An example is given in this cut, which is a plan on a very small scale, of works which formerly existed in Circleville.
We left Columbus on the 9th of May, at eight oclock in the morning, and rode to Circleville, a distance of twenty-six miles.
Circleville, Chillicothe and Portsmouth, being the principal towns on the river course, suffered most.
At Circleville the shape of their fortifications gave its name to the town, which has long since hid them from sight.
Here, in the neighborhood of Circleville and Stewartsville, the army encamped again.
The city was cut off from railroad communication, and all trains on roads entering Circleville were annulled.
The next morning we continue on down the river to Circleville.
Charleston, Savannah, Pittsburgh and Circleville especially suffered from it.
I recollect visiting Circleville, Ohio, when it was really a Circle-ville.
Circleville was so named from an ancient earthwork found upon the site.