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20,745

W. H. Finnall.
Robert Harwell & Co. -
Mahan, Sharp, & Mur-

| Ales. Porter

dick. H. S. Marron (1)

21,000.
22,300.
22,500
22,320; if either of the five first numbers are accept-

ed, does not wish this considered.
18,495; or schedule changed, $4,000 more, one hour

less.

Jos. Hammitt & Co. (1)

Copy of abstract of bids under advertisement of June 8, 1838, inviting proposals for carrying the mails of the Uni.
ted States from the 1st of January, 1839, to the 30th of June, 1842, on the following routes in Tennessee, Alabama, and
Illinois ; to be received at the department until the 10th day of September, 1838, inclusive ; to be decided by the 24th day
of said month.

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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TENNESSEE
No. 3559.-From Campbell's Station, by Geo. Alexander-
Lenoir's, Blair's Ferry, Philadelphia, Sweet Henry Sester -
Water, and Facility, to Athens, 41 miles and w. s. Center .
back, twice a week, on horse.

Robert B. Hudson
V Proposals to carry in stages will be con N. S. W. Bell -
sidered.

A. M. Montgomery
Leave Campbell's Station every Monday Wm. Christian -
and Thursday at 5 a. m.; arrive at Athens James H. Newland
same days by 6 p. m,

John Prock
Leave Athens every Wednesday and Sat-
urday at 5 a. m.; arrive at Campbell's Station
same days by 6 p. m.

ALABAMA.
No. 3719.-From Van Buren, by Lynch. Jas. H. Newland (3559)
burg and Galesville, to Rome, Ga., 80 miles | J. N. Ladd
and back, once a week, on horse.

S. W. Woolard
Proposals to carry in stages will be con- | Henry Butridge
sidered.

Richard W. Newsom
Leave Van Buren every Sunday at 6 a. m.; George Reed -
arrive at Rome every Tuesday by 10 a. m. John S. Brooks -

Leave Rome every Tuesday al 2 p. m.; ar John T. Rather
five at Van Buren every Thursday by 5 p. m. Daniel Nunnelly

John 0. Feemster
Benj. F. Hudson
James N. Hayden
Daniel Fields .

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Chas, Kennedy -

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ne day by
Leave Somerville every Saturday at 5 a.m.
arrive at Van Buren same day by 6 p. m.

WOS N. H
Henry Butridge

Richard W. Newsom
No. 3721.From Wetumpka, by Tallassee James N. Hayden
and Oak Bowery, to West Point, Ga., 76 miles O. Saltmarsh & T.
and back, 3 times a week, in 4-horse post-

Banks,
coaches.

John C. Webb & Co.
Leave Wetumpka every Monday, Wednes Lewis M. Simpson
day, and Friday, at 10 a. m.; arrive at West Hiram N. Wilson (2305)
Point next days by 4 p. m.
Leave West Point every Tuesday, Thurs-

John L. Mustian (2321)
day, and Saturday, at 3 a. m.; arrive at We-

ola nert dars bv7 2. m.

9,050; or #10,000.
16,000
14,996, provided route 2321 goes into operation.
4,000 -

s C. H., being the pro rata

1.900, to run by Chambers C. I

of his bid on No. 2321.

Too high. 1839, Jan. 5. Accepted.

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- 1838, Sept. 14. Accepted.

170 No. 3720.-From Van Buren, bv Warren- | J. N. Ladd (3719) ton and Oleander, to Somerville, 35 miles and John T. Rather (3719) - 295. back, once a week, on horse.

A. A. McCartney

210; schedule changed. C Proposals to carry in stages will be con

S. W. Woolard

290 sidered.

Chas. Kennedy

325.
Leave Van Buren every Friday at 5 a. m.;

340.
arrive at Somerville same day by 6 p. m. James H. Newland - 350; or, $875, in stages.
Leave Somerville every Saturday at 5 a. m.; John S. Brooks -

350.
arrive at Van Buren same day by 6 p. m. James N. Hayden

350. Henry Butridge

390.

Richard W. Newsom · 398.
No. 3721.-From Wetumpka, by Tallassee James N. Hayden

7,000.
and Oak Bowery, to West Point, Ga., 76 miles 0. Saltmarsh & T. G. 9,050; or $10,000.
and back, 3 times a week, in 4-horse post Banks.
coaches.

John C. Webb & Co. . 14,996, provided route 2321 goes into operation.
Leave Wetumpka every Monday, Wednes Lewis M. Simpson - 16,000.
day, and Friday, at 10 a. m.; arrive at West Hiram N. Wilson (2305) 4.000 - -

. | Too high.
Point next days by 4 p. m.

John L. Mustian (2321) | 1,900, to run by Chambers C. H., being the pro rata 1839, Jan. 5. Accepted.
Leave West Point every Tuesday, Thurs-

of his bid on No. 2321.
day, and Saturday, at 3 a. m.; arrive at We-
tumpka next days by 7 a. m.

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1838, Sept. 14. Accepted.

I LLINOIS. +
No. 2814.-From Mount Vernon, by Wal- | Robert Morrison
nut Hill and Crooked Creek, to Carlyle, 35 John Young
miles and back, 3 times a week, in stages. Leonard Ashton

Leave Mount Vernon every Tuesday, John L. Waggener
Thursday, and Saturday, at 6 a, m.; arrive at John Young
Carlyle same days by 4 p. m.

Moses Bough
- Leave Carlyle every Monday, Wednesday, John T. Knox
and Friday, at 6 a. m.; arrive at Mount Ver- | Robert Morrison
non same days by 4 p. m.

Green P. Casey

957; refers to other bid for guarantee.
1,250, on horse, from 1st January to 1st April.
850 -

-
1,300, in carts or jumpere 1 montho in each year.
1,124 99, on horse, from 1st Jan. to 1st April.
984.
994, three months and a half on horse.
950; or, $650 on horse.
1,195; or, $1,098, on horse, from 25th Dec. to 25th

March.

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Copy of abstract of bids, under the advertisement of June 11, 1838, inviting proposals for carrying the mail of the

United States, from the 1st day of September, 1838, to the 30th June, 1871, on the following post-route in New Hampshire, to be received until the 1st day of August, 1838, inclusive, and to be decided on the following day.

.. Route, distance, service, and schedule, as ad

vertised.

Bidders.

Amounts, according to the terms of advertisement, ex

cept where otherwise stated.

Decision.

NEW HAMPSHIRE.
No. 128.-From Exeter, by Kingston, Hamp Gilman Palmer
stead, Derry, Londonderry, and Hudson, to | Hiram Plummer
Nashua, 37 miles and back, 3 times a week, in Nelson Tuttle -
stages.

S. Weston -
"V Proposals to carry the mail on this route | Wm. Walker, jr
in 4-horse post-coaches will also be consider- George W. Senter
ed.

Leave Exeter every Tuesday, Thursday,
and Saturday, at 10 a. m.; arrive at Nashua Peter Smart
same days by 6 p. m.

Hale & Coleman
Leave Nashua every Monday, Wednesday,
and Friday, at 5 a. m.; arrive at Exeter same
days by 3 p. m.

$940; or, $1,470, 4-horse post-coaches.
$950; or, $1,250, 4-horse post-coaches.
$1,000; or, $1,400, 4-horse post-coaches.
$1,350.

$875; or, $1,275, 4-horse post-coaches.
- | $800; or, $1,200, 4-horse post-coaches

- 1838, Aug. 2. Accepted,

in stages, at $800. Re

scinded.' See below.
$922; or, $1,200, 4-horse post-coaches.
- | $600; or, $900, 4-horse post-coaches, and will extend | 1838, Sept. 14. Accepted

to Portsmouth on opposite days, from 129 for $300 at $600, with extension
additional, or in 4-horse post-coaches for $400 ad to Portsmouth at $300
ditional.

additional.

Note.-The bid of Hale & Coleman for route No. 128 was put, through mistake, in the box containing the bids for the southern routes, which was not opened until the 11th of September, 1838,

Copy of abstract of bids under advertisement of bulle

he 31s Of September, 1838, inclus

wber, 1839, on the following post.

witing proposals for carrying the mail of the United za in the follording, post-routes in New Jersey

ü to be decided on the day following.

States from

lary

1839, to the 3

and Ohio, to be received until the 10th day of Sep

Amounts, according to the terms of ad

Decision.

cording to the terms of advertisement, exAmounts, accepe where out

cept where otherwise stated.

Route, distance, service, and schedule, as ad

vertised.

Bidders.

• $100; in stage-coach, twice daily (except Sunday),

schedule changed."

NEW JERSEY.
No. 970.–From Burlington to Mount Hol- Benjamin Gauntt
ly, 6 miles and back, daily, except Sunday.

Leave Burlington daily (except Sunday) at
12 m.; arrive at Mount Holly same day by 11

Leave Mount Holly daily (except Sunday)
at 91 a. m.; arrive at Burlington same day by
11 a. m.

1838, Sept. 11. Accepted,
at twice a day (except
Sunday), in stage-
coach.

p. m.

James Douglass & Aaron 1,800.

Lantz.
Alexander Ewing & D. | 1,780 - - - -

T. Day.
Richard S. Van Wey 1,400 ; horse, twice a week -

(received after time).

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OHIO.
No, 1525.-From Chillicothe, by Gillispie-
ville, Rileyville, McArthurstown, Lee, He-
bardsville, Athens, Amesville, Bartlett, Wes-
ley, Barlow, and Point Harman, to Marietta,
98 miles and back, twice a week; one of the
trips to pass from Athens, by Canaanville,
Guysville, Federalton, Hocking City, Little
Hockhocking, Centre Belpree, Belpree, and
Point Harman, to Marietta, 5 miles increase.

Proposals for carrying this mail in
stages 8 months of the year will also be con-
sidered.

Leave Chillicothe every Monday and Fri-
day at 6 a. m.; arrive at Marietta next days
by 8 p. m.

Leave Marietta every Wednesday and Sat-
urday at 6 a. m.; arrive at Chillicothe next
days by 8 p. m.

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