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Leave Fayetteville every Monday. Thursday at 6 a. m.; arrive at Salisbury days by 8 p. m.

Leave Salisbury every Wednesday Saturday at 6 a. m.; arrive at Faye next days by 8 p. m.

Service is to commence on the 1st July, 1800

No. 2064.-From Fayetteville, by Argyle, Arch. R. McDonald - 8400; suggests change of schedule. to Solemn Grove, New Gilead, Clark's Mills, James Calloway (2074) $700. and Butler's Mills, to Lawrenceville, 72 miles Joseph G. Moore

$350

- - - | 1838, Sept. 19. Accepted. and back, once a week. hu

D. M. Walker .

$650.
Leave Fayetteville every Friday at 6 a. m.; Samuel Shaw -

$500.
arrive at Lawrenceville next day by 5 p. m. Jas. H. Newland (2167) $676.

Leave Lawrenceville every Wednesday at
6 a. m.; arrive at Fayetteville next day by 5
p. m.
No. 2065.-From Fayetteville, by Prospect | David Taylor . - $3,000, stages; or $1,500, sulkeys .

1838, Sept. 19. Accepted
Hall, Elizabethtown, Westbrook, and Robin- J. F. Barnes - - $4,988; or $4,488, sulkeys and horse.

at $1,500 per annum, son's, to Wilmington, 86 miles and back, 3 C. P. Mallett

$5,000 for this and Nos. 2066 and 2067. (See note in sulkeys. Reduce to times a week, in stages.

on bid.)

twice a week, at $1,000. Proposals to carry on horse will be con David Taylor & Wm. $3,470; or $1,950, horse or sulkey.

1839, Feb. 16. Order of
sidered.
B. Hale.

reduction rescinded.
Leave Fayetteville every Tuesday, Thurs-
day, and Saturday, at 1 a. m.; arrive at Wil-
mington same days by 12 night.

Leave Wilmington every Monday, Wed-
nesday, and Friday, at la. m.; arrive at Fay-
etteville same days by 12 night.
No. 2066.-From Fayetteville, by Gravelly James Calloway (2074) - $725 ..

- Discontinuance ordered.
Hill, Pleasant District, and Long Creek, to | C. P. Mallett (2065) - | $5,000 for this and Nos. 2065 and 2067 (see note).
Wilmington, 73 miles and back, once a week.

Leave Fayetteville every Friday at 6 a m.; arrive at Wilmington next day by 5 p. m.

Leave Wilmington every Sunday at 6 a.m.; arrive at Fayetteville next day by 5 p. m. No. 2067.-From Fayetteville, by Clinton, David Taylor (2065) - $1,500

• No guarantee. to Duplin Old C.H., 43 miles and back, 3 times H. Wiswall

- $1,800; or $3,000 route extended to Newbern. a week, in stages.

C. P. Mallett (2065) - $5,000 for this and Nos. 2065 and 2066 (see note).

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No. 3—Abstract of bids under advertisement of June 4, 1838_Continued.

Route, distance, service, and schedule, as ad

vertised.

Bidders.

Amounts, according to the terms of advertisement,

except where otherwise stated.

Decision.

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NORTH CAROLINA-Continued.
Leave Fayetteville every Monday, Wednes- Samuel Shaw

. $1,500 - -
day, and Friday, at 5 a. m.; arrive at Duplin
oid C. H. same days by 7 p. m.

Leave Duplin Vid Č. H. every Tuesday,
Thursday, and Saturday, at 6 a. m.; arrive at
Fayetteville same days by 8 p. m.

McLean & Saltmarsh - | $2,500.
No. 2068.–From Lumberton, by Philadel- | John A. Rowland -$290; or $250 -
phia, Bolivar, Cowper Hill, Stewartsville,
Queensdale, and Alfordsville, to Lumberton,
equal to 37 miles and back, once a week.

Leave Lumberton every Friday at 6 a. m.:
arrive at Stewartsville next day by 9 a. m., and
return to Lumberton same day by 8 p. m.

No. 2069.-From Elizabethtown, by Big J. F. Barnes - $400 - -
Swamp, Porter's Swamp, Fair Bluff, Gum
Stump, White Marsh, Whiteville, and West-
ern Prong, to Elizabethtown, equal to 47 miles
and back, once a week.

Leave Elizabethtown every Friday at 6 a.m.;
arrive at Fair Bluff same day by 8 p. m.

Leave Fair Bluff every Saturday at 6 a. m.;
arrive at Elizabethtown next day by 2 p. m.

Service is to commence on the 1st July,

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1839.

No. 2070.-From Wilmington, by South
Washington, Duplin Old C. H., Waynesboro',
Stantonburg, Oak Grove, and Pitis's Cross
Roads, to Tarboro, 140 miles and back, 3 times
a week, in 4-horse post-coaches.

IrProposals to run daily, with the view of carrying the great southern and eastern mail,

A. Lazarus, for W. & R. | $25,000 for this and 2088, through in 30 hours, in 4-
R.R. Company.

horse post-coaches and railroad cars, 3 times a week;
mails to be delivered at and received from their de-
pots; if to connect with 2171, will require change
of schedule; if 2071 is not accepted to them, then

this bid is to be considered withdrawn. | P.S.-The company would be willing to carry the

Combined bid, and too

high. See 2071 for the railroad

route,

railroad transport

carry the en mails daily, in constructed for the pur

after time.)

mail daily, and 4 times a week to Charleston, for a 1 will be considered; also, for railroad trap ation.

suitable compensation.

George Howard (received] $460 per annum for once a week; service from 5th | 1839, July 16. Contract -Proposals are also invited to cal great eastern and southern mails d

July, 1839, from Tarboro' to Waynesboro', 46 miles. | ordered.
waterproof carriages, constructed for
pose, under the direction of the depar.
with only three passengers on the outside, or
in a separate apartment; also, to carry said
mail at a greater speed, defining the number
of miles which the bidder proposes to make in
each hour of running time.

Leave Wilmington every Monday, Wednes-
day, and Friday, at 1 a. m.; arrive at Tarboro'
next days by 1 p. m.

Leave Tarboro' every Monday, Wednesday,
and Friday, at 11 a.m.; arrive at Wilmington
next days by 12 night.

N. B.-On routes where the great eastern
and southern mail is to be carried upon rail-
roads, it is expected that it will be conveyed in
cars provided for the purpose, under the direc-
tion of the department, and that agents appoint-
ed and paid by the department to take charge
of them will be conveyed free of charge when-
ever required.

No. 2071.-From Wilmington to Charleston, A. Lazarus, for W.& R. $15,000, with change of schedule - - - | Too high, and not the ser-
S.C., 165 miles and back, 3 times a week, in R. R. Company.

vice desired.
steamboats.

Walter Gwynn, engineer $40,000, to run through from Welden to Charleston, 1838, Dec. 1. Accepted,
" Proposals to run daily, with the view of and agent of Wilming 175 miles farther.

being understood as carrying the great southern and eastern mail, ton and Raleigh Rail

daily service, in railwill be considered. road Company (re

road cars, coaches, and
Leave Wilmington every Sunday, Wednes ceived Nov. 30, 1838).

steamboats.
day, and Friday, at 1 a, m.; arrive at Charles-
ton same days by 6 p. m.

Leave Charleston every Tuesday, Thurs-
day, and Saturday, at 7 a. m.; arrive at Wil-
mington same days by 12 night.
No. 2072.-From Wilmington to Smithville, Duncan Clark - - $520 .

- | 1838, Sept. 19. Accepted. 29 miles and back, twice a week.

A. Lazarus, for W. & R. $1,250, in steamboats; or if their bid is accepted for 1838, Dec. 29. Discon-
Leave Wilmington every Sunday and Wed-! R. R. Company. I 2071, 3 times a week; days and hours to suit run- ! tinuance ordered.

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No. 3—Abstract of bids under advertisement of June 4, 1838–Continued.

Route, distance, service and schedule, as ad

vertised.

Bidders.

Amounts, according to the terms of advertisement,

except where otherwise stated.

Decision.

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NORTH CAROLINA-Continued.
nesday at 6 a. m.; arrive at Smithville same
days by 2 p. m.

Leave Smithville every Monday and Thurs-
day at 6 a. m.; arrive at Wilmington same
days by 2 p. m.

No. 2073.–From South Washington, by John A. Sanders -
Stump Sound, Foy's Store, Richland's Com-
fort, and Trenton, to Newbern, 77 miles and
back, twice a week, in stages; Trent Bridge
to be supplied twice a week on horse from
Trenton, 15 miles and back.

Leave South Washington every Wednes-
day and Friday at 2 p. m.; arrive at Newbern
next days by 7 p. m.

Leave Newbern every Monday and Friday
at 6 a. m.; arrive at South Washington next
days by 11 a. m.

No. 2074.–From Clinton, by Taylor's Bridge James Calloway -
and Lisborne, to Gravelly Hill, 27 miles and
back, once a week.

Leave Clinton every Thursday at 11 a. m.;
arrive at Gravelly Hill same day by 8 p. m.

Leave Gravelly Hill every Wednesday at 5
a m.; arrive at Clinton same day by 2 p. m.
• No. 2075.-From Clinton, by Harrell's Store James Calloway (2074)

and Moore's Creek, to Long Creek, 30 miles | John Robinson, sr. -
and back, once a week.

Leave Clinton every Tuesday at 11 a. m.; arrive at Long Creek same day by 8 p. m.

Leave Long Creek every Monday at 7 m.; arrive at Clinton same day by 5 p. m.

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$300 :

- No guarantee.
$260; change route so as to commence at Taylor's Not as advertised.
Bridge, instead of Clinton.

1838, September 24. Con

tract with Calloway to
commence at Taylor's
Bridge, at pro rata re-
duction. Fix compen-

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July, 183,

Service is to commence on the 1st July,

foIT

sation at $270, placing Pleasant District on the

route. No. 2076.-From Duplin Old C. H., by cart | Wiley Merrille. Dansville, Hallsville, Tuckahoe, and Comic

Miley Merrills - - $500; or $400, schedule changed so as to start from 1838, Dec. 5. Accepted

Trenton. Will include Wrightsville in either at $400. to Trenton, 51 miles and back, once a week. Leave Duplin Old C. H. every Thursday at James Calloway (2074)

case for $50 additional per annum.

$500. 6 a. m.; arrive at Trenton next day by 11 a. m.

Leave Trenton every Friday at 1 p. m.; arrive at Duplin Old C. H. next day by 5 p. m.

No. 2077.-From Duplin Old C. H., by Ke James Calloway (2074) $290 · · · · · · - No guarantee. nansville and Rock Fish, to South Washing

1838, Sept. 24. Contract ton, 29 miles and back, once a week.

with Calloway to comLeave Duplin Old C. H. every Tuesday at

mence at Kenansville at 12 m.; arrive at South Washington same day

pro rata reduction. Fix
by 9 p. m.

compensation at $190.
Leave South Washington every Wednesday
at 6 a. m.; arrive at Duplin Old C. H. same
day by 3 p. m.

No. 2078.-From Foy's Store, by Onslow Jas. Calloway (2074) - $320.
C. H. and French Miľs, to Swansboro', 32 A. Mitchell

- 9250 -

- -
miles and back, once a week.

to commence at Com-
Leave Foy's Store every Saturday at 7 a.

fort at pro rata.
m.; arrive at Swansboro' same day by 6 p. m.

Fix compensation at $609
Leave Swansboro' every Friday at 6 a. m.;

per annum.
arrive at Foy's Store same day by 5 p. m.
No. 2079.–From Beaufort to Pilot Town, Benj. Mace

$900.

Suspended. 85 miles and back, once a week, by water. Benj. Mace (2081) - $800; or 2079 and 2081 for $1,000 each.

Leave Beaufort every Monday at 6 a. m.; Marcus C. Thomas - $944. arrive at Pilot Town every Wednesday by 6 | A. Canaday

$2,500; or $1,350, from Beaufort to Portsmouth and
p. m.

Ocracock, 55 miles; or $1,200 from Beaufort to
Leave Pilot Town every Thursday at 6 a.

Portsmouth. Service in a deck boat. Withdraw
m.; arrive at Beaufort every Saturday by 6

his other proposals. p, m.

E. W. Pigott

- $989, open boat; $1,200, decked boat. Service is to commence on the 1st of July, Perry & Chadwick - $743, in a decked boat. 1839.

A. Canaday . - | 81,375; part of the year in an open boat and part in

a decked boat. · John D. Mayo . $593.

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