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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, ex

cept where otherwise stated.

Decision,

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GEORGIA-Special routes-Continued.

Fort Valley to be supplied from Pine Level,
9 miles.
· Fredonia to be supplied from Darien, 14
miles, once a week.

Johnson's Store to be supplied from County | Dabney P. Jones
Line, 10 miles, twice a week.

Pine Flat to be supplied from Van Buren,
5 miles, once a week.

Poinsett to be supplied from Carnesville, –
miles, once a week.

Powder Springs to be supplied from Mari-
etta, 11 miles.

Raamah to be supplied from Milledgeville,
- miles.

Sheffield to be supplied from Covington, 10
miles, once a week.

Stone Mountain to be supplied from Choice's
Store.

Sumterville to be supplied from Pindertown, 18 miles, once a week.

Sunbury to be supplied from Riceboro', 11 miles, once a week,

James M. Harris

- | $125, not to exceed net proceeds of Sunbury .

. | 1838, Dec. 13. Offer at

$110, not to exceed net proceeds,

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Too high. Readvertised, with a change.

FLORIDA.
No. 2451.-From Jacksonville, by Frink's
and Nassau C. H., to St. Mary's, Ga., 60 miles
and back, twice a week.

Leave' Jacksonville every Sunday and
Thursday at 4 p. m.; arrive at St. Mary's
next days by 9 p. m.

Leave St. Mary's every Monday and Thursday at 11 a. m.; arrive at Jacksonville next days by 4 p. m.

Peter Felaney

- | $2,500. C. Taylor

- $2,000 for this, and 2452 and 2453, as now carried,

viz: from St. Mary's, by Fernandina and San Pa-
blo, to St. Augustine, once a week, in boats and
stages; and a cross-mail once a week, from San

Pablo to Jacksonville;
$2,000 additional for this, and 2452 and 2454, as now

carried, viz: from St. Mary's, by Nassau C. H.,
Haddocks, and Jacksonville, to St. Augustine, once

a week, in stages; and a cross-mail to Mandarin.
Jacob Gutterson (receiv- | $2,800.

ed September 13, 1838).

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C. Taylor

- (See 2451). Jacob Gutterson (receiv- | $2,000; or, $2,400, stages.

ed September 13).

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FLORIDA-Continued.
No. 2453.From Jacksonville to Pablo, 20 C. Taylor - (See 2451).
miles and back, once a week.

Jacob Gutterson (receiv- | $500, in a row-boat.
Leave Jacksonville every Wednesday at

5 ed September 13, 1838).
a. m.; arrive at Pablo same day by 11 a. m.

Leave Pablo every Wednesday at 1 p. m.;
arrive at Jacksonville same day by 7 p. m.
No. 2454.–From Jacksonville to Mandarin, | C. Taylor

- (See 2451).
15 miles and back, once a week.
Jacob Gutterson (receiv- |

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Leave Jacksonville every Wednesday at 6 ed September 13, 1838).
a. m.; arrive at Mandarin same day by 11 a. m.

Leave Mandarin every Wednesday at 1 p.
m.; arrive at Jacksonville same day by 6 p. m.

No. 2455.-From Jacksonville, by Alligator, Jacob Gutterson (receiv $8,000; or, $12,000, stages - - - -
San Pedro, West Hill, Weelaunee, and Lip ed September 13).
pona, to Tallahassee, 190 miles and back, Livingston & Langford $4,000; $8,000, stages ; $15,000, 4-horse post-coaches.
once a week.

(received September 20).
U Proposals to carry in stages, or in Lewis Mattair (received $5,840; or, $11,850, 4-horse post-coaches.
4-horse post-coaches, will be considered.

September 15).
Leave Jacksonville every Wednesday at 6 Lewis Mattair (by Hon. | 810 per mile, from Jacksonville to Tallahassee
a. m.; arrive at San Pedro every Sunday by C. Downing, Nov. 26).
5 p. m., and at Tallahassee next day by 5 p. m.

Leave Tallahassee every Thursday at 6 a.
m.; arrive at San Pedro same day by 6 p. m.,
and at Jacksonville every Tuesday by 5 p. m.

No. 2456.–From Jacksonville, by Whites. James B. Mason (2451) | $1,300.
ville, to Newnansville, 77 miles and back, Archibald McNeil] | $1,200 . - . . .

-
once a week,

Jacob Gutterson (receiv.

$1,800. Leave Jacksonville every Saturday at 6 a. ed September 13). m.; arrive at Newnansville next day by 6 p.m.

Leave Newnansville every Thursday at 101

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arrive at Jacksonville next day by 101
p. m .

No. 2157,-From Fernandina to St. Mary's, | Jacob Gutterson (receiv- | $250, in a row-boat
Ga., 9 miles and back, once in two weeks." ed September 13).

Leave Fernandina every other Thursday
at 6 a. m.; arrive at St. Mary's same day by
9 a, m.

Leave St. Mary's every other Thursday at 11 a. m.; arrive at Fernandina same day by 2 p. m.

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No. 2458.–From St. Augustine to New | Jacob Gutterson (receiv- | $1,250 . . .
Smyrna, 75 miles and back, once in two weeks. ed September 13, 1838).

Leave St. Augustine every other Sunday at
6 a. m.; arrive at New Smyrna next day by
6 p. m.

Leave New Smyrna every other Tuesday
at 6 a. m.; arrive at St. Augustine next day
by 6 p. m.

No. 2459.–From Alligator, by Newnans Archibald McNeill - $1,000 - - -
ville, Spring Grove, and Micanopy, to Semi | Jacob Gutterson (receiy- | $2,500.
nole Agency, 90 miles and back, once in two ed September 13, 1838).
weeks.

Leave Alligator every other Monday at 4
a. 'm.; arrive at Seminole Agency next day
by 10 p. m.

Leave Seminole Agency every other Wed-
nesday at 4 a. m.; arrive at Alligator next
day by 10 p. m.

No. 2160.-From Alligator, by Swift Creek, Wm. M. Reed - $1,200, schedule changed
Mineral Springs, and Ropeier's Ferry, to John B. Stewart (2470) $2,000.
Cherry Lake, 70 miles and back, once in two Jacob Gutterson (receiv. $2,000.
weeks.

ed 13th Sept., 1838.)
Leave Alligator every other Wednesday at Livingston & Lankford $1,200.
6 a. m.; arrive at Cherry Lake next day by 5 (2455) (received 20ih
p. m.

September.) Leave Cherry Lake every other Monday at · 6 a. m.; arrive at Alligator next day by 5 p. m.

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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, ex

cept where otherwise stated.

Decision.

FLOLIDA-Continued.
No. 2461.-From Tallahassee, by Salubria, Ira Sanborn - - | $1,900; $2,800, 4-horse post-coaches; $1,300, horse.
Quincy, and Pleasant Grove, to Bainbridge, James M. Harris | $2,000, 4-horse post-coaches, omitting Pleasant Grove.
Ga., 50 miles and back, 3 times a week, in Reuben Scott - | $1,750; $1,450, omitting Pleasant Grove; or $3,200,
stages.

4-horse post-coaches; or $2,950, 4-horse post-coaches,
ÜProposals to carry on horseback will be

omitting Pleasant Grove; will, if his bid be accepted,
considered.

supply Pleasant Grove 3 times a week, from some
Leave Tallahassee every Monday, Wednes-

convenient point, to be designated by the department, day, and Friday, at 5 a. m.; arrive at Bain

for $300; will run by Pleasant Grove at his lowest bridge same days by 10 p.m.

bid, when a good road is made. Leave Bainbridge every Monday, Wednes- | Wm. H. Cassells - | $899; or $1,798, 4-horse post-coaches

- 1838, Sept. 19. Accepted day, and Friday, at 3 a. m.; arrive at Talla

at $899, subject to be hassee same days by 8 p. m.

curtailed by stopping at
Quincy, at pro rata de-

duction.
Route readvertised, bid-

der declining accept

ance.
John B. Stewart - $1,820, horse.
W. T. Stockton & Co. -$4,000; or $2,000, if they get 2306, 2385, 2469, 2474, and

2475; agreeing, at the same time, to run every other
day instead of 3 times a week, and in 4-horse post-

coaches instead of 2-horse stages.
No. 2462.–From Tallahassee, by Magnolia, | R. K. Call

- $1,200, daily, in railroad cars, to omit Magnolia.
to St. Mark's, 24 miles and back, 3 times a | R. K. Call

- $1,200, daily, in railroad cars, omitting Magnolia - Too high.
week, in railroad cars.

William Childress (re- $900, tri-weekly, in a covered wagon, via Magnolia | 1839, Mar. 15. Accepted.
V Proposals to carry on horse will be con ceived after time).
sidered.

Leave Tallahassee every Tuesday, Thurs-
day, and Saturday, at 7 a. m.; arrive at St.
Mark's same days by 10 a. m.

Leave St. Mark's every Tuesday, Thursday,
and Saturday, at 4 p. m.; arrive at Tallahas-
see same days by 7 p. m.

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