SABILLisville, pv. Frederick co. Md. 95 Nw
SABINA, pv. Clinton co. O. 62 sw of Cs.
SABINE, a co. in the E part of Texas, on the
Sabine r. Soil generally very productive,
especially in the part called the “Red
Lands.” [co. on Sabine r.
Sabine, or SABINE Town, a v. of the above
Sabine, lake, between La. and Texas. Length
above 30 m., greatest breadth near 20 m.
The Sabine river flows through it.
Sabine r. La. and Texas. See GAzerTEER.
SABINE CITY, v. of Jefferson co. Texas, at
the send of Sabine lake.
SACANDAGA r. N.Y. flows into the Hudson in
Saratoga co. Portland.
Saca narra, pv. Cumberland co. Me. 4 N of
Sachexi's HEAD, v. New Haven co. Conn. on
Long Island Sound.
sack Err’s HARRour, N.Y. See GAzETTEER.
S.Aco r. and t. Me. See GAzEttkkit.
SACRAMENTo r. called by the Spaniards, Rio
SAcRAMENto, ree'o sah'krä-men'to, a r.
which rises in the spart of Oregon, and flow.
ing southerly falls into San Francisco Bay.
Length above 400 m. About 50 m. from its
mouth it receives the Rio de los America-
nos, ree'o del loce ah-meroe-kah'noce, i. e.
the “river of the Americans,” a small streatn
on which the important American settle-
ment of New Helvetia has been made.
The valley of the Sacramento is among the
finest portions of California.
Sacs (pronounced and sometimes written
Sauks) and FoxEs, kindred and associated