New Albany was built below the Falls on the rich alluvial bottom-land, and, alas!
In Ripley, met an advance of the enemy and drove them on New Albany road.
Passed through New Albany, Ind., a little village inhabited by tavernkeepers and mechanics.
Drove in the videttes of the enemy at New Albany, and moved forward on the Pontotoc road.
Infantry moved to Ripley and cavalry encamped on New Albany road two miles south.
After the death of his father, the family removed to New Albany and later to Madison.
Twenty miles above this, the little town of New Albany lies on the right bank, which promises to be a flourishing place.
But by that time the falls were passed and the flatboat was floating through calm waters between Portland and New Albany.
The thermometer was twenty-six degrees below zero between New Albany and the mouth of Salt river.
A charter was obtained in 1833 for a college at New Albany, Indiana, but nothing came of it.