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Copy of abstract of bids under advertisement of November 26, 1838, inviting proposals for cart

ihe United States from the 1st of March, 1839. to the 30th of June, 1842, on the following post-roule received until the 1st of February, 1839, inclusive, and to be decided on the day following

Route, distance, service, and schedule, as ad

vertised.

Bidders.

Amounts, according to the terms of advertisement

cept where otherwise stated.

Decision.

No. 2603.-- From Lafayette, by Battle | Peter Dunkle -
Ground, Americus, Delphi, Pitisburg, Car- / William Brewster
rollton, Tiptonsport, Lockport, and Amster-
dam, to Logansport, 46 miles and back, twice Stephen Taylor -
a week, in stages; one of the trips to run by
Delphi, Carrollton, and Tiptonsport, and the William Brewster
other by Pittsburg.

Leave Lafayetie every Monday and Thurs R. S. Bailey - -
day at 5 a. m.; arrive at Logansport same days
by 8 p. m.

Benjamin Reynolds and
Leave Logansport every Tuesday and Fri David Runnien.
day at 5 a. m.; arrive at Lafayette same days David Hunter.
by 8 p. m.

' Proposals for horse service on this route | Samuel D. Grisham |
will be considered.

Wm. M. Wellbridge-1
Wm. R. Rodgers
Baxter B. Hutton
Timothy Squire

1839, Feb. 2. Accepted

in stages, at $965.

$996; or $796, horse.
1,800, 3 times a week, coach, when roads will per.

mit; otherwise, horse.
975; or, $1,300, 4-horse post-coaches; or, $600,

horse. Leave at 6 a. m.
1,800, 3 times a week, as directed when the contract

was taken in July, 1837.
1,125, as advertised, except to leave at 6 a. m.; or,

965, schedule changed."
1,800, 4-horse stages. Leave at 6 a. m.
1,200, 3 times a week; $1,800, 4-horse post-coaches,

3 times a week.
2,500; $1,400, horse.
1,000, 2-horse covered carriages, when practicable,

and horse when roads are bad; or, $550, horse.
1,380, 2-horse coaches; $1,900, 4-horse post-coaches,

3 times a week; $850, horse, 3 times a week.
3,000; $1,800, horse.
1,400, 2-horse carriage, and a third weekly trip at

pro rata ; $700, horse, and a third trip at $200; $2,300, 4-horse post-coaches. Leave at 6 a. m.

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

ihe United States from the 1st day of March, 1839, to the 30th of June, 1841, on the following post-route in Vermont, to be received until the 1st day of February, 1839, inclusive, and to be decided on the day following.

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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No. 237a.-Middlebury to Weybridge Lower Israel Marsh -
Falls, 5 miles and back, twice a week. David Buttolph -

Leave Middlebury Wednesdays and Satur- | Wm. Morton .
days at 12 m.; arrive at Weybridge Lower Norman G. Needham

Norman G. Needham
Falls same days by 2 p. m.

Leave Weybridge Lower Falls same days
at 9 a. m.; arrive at Middlebury same days
by 11 a. m.

$54 150 100. 50 50

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Copy of abstract of bids under advertisement of December 20, 1838, inviting proposals for carrying the mail of the

United States from the 1st of March, 1839, to the 30th of June, 1842, on the following routes in Indiana, to be received until ihe 10th day of February, 1839, inclusive, and to be decided on the day following.

Route, distance, service, and schedule, as ad

vertised.

Bidders.

Amounts, according to the terms of advertisement, ex

cept where otherwise stated.

Decision.

300; or,

400.

No. 2607.-From Frankfort, by Roseville, | Jacob Beck

- | $350, schedule reversed. Xenia, Delphi, and Pittsburg, to Monticello, | David Chamberlin

345, schedule changed, so as to rest at Monticello. 36 miles and back, once a week.

Thompson Crose

500. Leave Frankfort every Tuesday at 6 a. m.; Jeremiah G. Krape

345

- Too high. arrive at Monticello same day by 6 p. m. Wm. M. Wallbridge

orse wagons

- No guarantee.
Leave Monticello every Wednesday at 6 a. Nathaniel Niles & James
m.; arrive at Frankfort same day by 6 p. m. R. Pile.

Wm. Thatcher (by post 300 - - - - - - - 1839, Mar. 29. Accepted.
master of Frankfort,

received Mar.29, 1839).
No. 2643.-From Fort Wayne, by Pough- John D. Stewart & Jo- 1,100 - -

- 1839, Feb. 1. Accepted.
keepsie, Decatur, Jay C. H., and Deerfield, to siah Morgan.
Winchester, 68 miles and back, twice a week, John Connor -

1,200, until 20th June, 1842.
on horse.
W. M. Wallbridge

No guarantee. .
Leave Fort Wayne every Tuesday and John Connor

1,250.
Friday at 6 a.m.; arrive at Winchester next Jos. H. & Jos. G. Mc-| 1,690.
days by 6 p. m.

Makin. Leave Winchester every Sunday and Thursday at 6 a. m.; arrive at Fort Wayne next days by 6 p. m.

750

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Copy of abstract of bids under advertisement of December 29, 1838, inviting proposals for carrying the mail of the

United States from the 1st of April, 1839, to the 30th June, 1841, on the following post-route in Connecticut ; to be received until the 1st day of March, 1839, inclusive, and to be decided on the day jollowing.

Route, distance, service, and schedule, as ad

vertised.

Bidder.

Amount, according to the terms of advertisement, ex

cept where otherwise stated.

Decision.

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No. 428a.-From Bethel to Newtown, 7miles Clark Fairchild and back, 6 times a week.

Leave Bethel daily, except Sunday, at 7 p.
m.; arrive at Newtown same days by 9 p. m.

Leave Newtown daily, except Sunday, at 4
p, m.; arrive at Bethel same days by 6 p. m.

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Copy of abstract of bids under advertisement of January 3, 1839, inviting proposals for carrying the mail of the Uni

ted States from the 1st day of April, 1839, to the 30th June, 1941, on the following post-route in Vermont ; to be received until the 1st day of March, 1839, inclusive, and to be decided on the day following.

Route, distance, service, and schedule, as ad

vertised.

Bidders.

Amounts, according to the terms of advertisement,

except where otherwise stated.

Decision.

1839, March 2. Accepted.

No. 232.-From Verdennes. In

Vergennes, by Addison.
W

Austin Johnson
rom
Bridport, Shoreham, Orwell, Benson, and A. W. Hyde .
West Haven, to White Hall, N. Y., 45 miles | Peter Comstock

1.175.


and back, 3 times a week, in 4-horse post Erasmus A. Gulley
coaches during suspension of steamboat navi-

975, in stage or pleasure wagon.
gation on Lake Champlain, and in stages the

Warren F. Hitchcock - | 1,500; or, $1,450, schedule reversed; or, $1,250,

stages; or, $1,200, schedule reversed. residue of the year.

Isaac Haven ..

1,295:
U Proposals to carry in stages the year Pardon T. Kimball .
round will be considered.

2,950; or, $3,500, 4-horse post-coaches; or, $2,490;

stages.
Leave Vergennes Monday, Wednesday, and
Friday, at 8 a. m.; arrive at White Hall same
days by 7p. m.

Leave White Hall every Tuesday, Thurs-
day and Saturday, at 7 a. m., arrive at Ver-
gennes same days by 7 p. m. 10.03.165

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