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Abstract of bids under advertisement of April 1, 1839—Continued.

Route, distance, service, and schedule, as ad

Bidders.

Amounts, according to the terms of advertisement, ex

cept where otherwise stated.

Decision.

$160 84 per annum, from 20th October, 1839

Too high.
1839, Oct. 9.

ordered.

Contract

vertised.

.

40; or, $55, 3 times a week

1839, May 30. Accepted

at $40.

NEW YORK-Continued.
No. 887.-From Darien Centre, by Pem- | J. A. McElwain (882)
broke, to Alabama, 12 miles and back, once a P. A. Miller (received
week.

after time).
Leave Darien Centre every Wednesday at
8 a. m.; arrive at Alabama same day by 12 m.

Leave Alabama every Wednesday at 1 p.
m.; arrive at Darien Centre same day by 5 p.
m.
1 No. 888.-From East Hampton to Amagan-Samuel T. King
sett, 3 miles and back, twice a week.

Proposals will also be received for 3
times a week service on this route.

Leave East Hampton every Wednesday and
Friday at 9 a. m.; arrive at Amagansett same
days by 10 a. m.

Leave Amagansett every Wednesday and
Friday at 11 a. m.; arrive at East Hampton
same days by 12 m.

No. 889.-From East Solon, by Truxton, Dennison Vanvliet
Fabius, Pompey, and Jamesville, to Syracuse, Alonzo Strail
38 miles and back, once a week.

N. Randall
Leave East Solon every Thursday at 6 a. Alexis Rexford -
m.; arrive at Syracuse same day by 7 p. m.

Leave Syracuse every Friday at 6 a. m.;
arrive at East Solon same day by 7p. m.

No. 890.-From Enfield to Newfield, 8 miles N. Randall (889)
and back, once a week.

Leave Enfield every Wednesday at 9 a. m.;
arrive at New field same day by 12 m.

Leave Newfield every Wednesday at 1 P. m; arrive at Enfield same day by 1 Pm.

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200, newspaper privilege; $150, newspaper privi- | 1839, May 30. Accepted lege, schedule changed.

at $150. 200, newspaper privilege; $175, schedule changed. 175.

50

1839, July 19. Accepted.

No. 891.-From Ellinsville, by Southwick's Henry Atwell
Settlement, Wakeman's Settlement, and Mil-
ler's Settlement, to Monticello, 25 miles and Ethel Lounsbury (rec'd
back, once a week.

26th May, 1839).
Leave Ellinsville every Thursday at 7 a. Halstead Sweet (receiv-
m.; arrive at Monticello same day by 5 p. m. ed 25th May, 1839).

Leave Monticello every Friday at 7 a. m.;
arrive at Ellinsville same day by 5 p. m.
No. 892.-From Ephratah to Newkirk's Joseph Caldwell (rec'd
Mills, in Fulton county, 15 miles and back, 15th June, 1839).
once a week.

Leave Ephratah every Wednesday at 1 p.
m.; arrive at Newkirk's Mills same day by 6
p. m.
1 Leave Newkirk's Mills every Wednesday
at 7 a. m.; arrive at Ephratah same day by 12
m,

No. 893.-From Flushing to Manhassit, 12 Benj. C. Byrd -
miles and back, 3 times a week, in stages.

Leave Flushing every Monday, Wednes- Benj. C. Byrd -
day, and Friday, at 61 p. m.; arrive at Man-
hassit same days by 91 p. m.

Leave Manhassit every Tuesday, Thurs-
day, and Saturday,

No. 894 _From Granville, by Middle Gran- Thomas L. Wakefield
ville, to West Granville, 7 miles and back, (rec'd ad July, 1839).
once a week.

Leave Granville every Wednesday at 9 a.
m.; arrive at West Granville same day by 11
a. m.

Leave West Granville every Wednesday at
12 m.; arrive at Granville same day by 2 p. m.

No. 895.–From Griffin's Mills, by Colden Joseph Woodruff
and Waterville Corners, to Springville, 16 Thomas Buffum
miles and back, once a week.

Barney Bates Leave Griffin's Mills every Wednesday at 7a.m.; arrive at Springville same day by 12 m.

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Abstract of bids under, advertisement of April 1, 1839—Continued.

CONTGS MOET
Route, distance, service, and schedule, as

g or advertised.

Bidders.

Amounts, according to the terms of advertisement,

except where otherwise stated.

Decision.

NEW YORK-Continued.
Leave Springville every Wednesday at 1 p.
m.; arrive at Griffin's Mills same day by 6 p.
m.

No. 896.-From the Store of Charles F. &
J. C. Hammond & Co., by Samuel Murdoch's,
at Long Point, Old Fort, at Crown Point,
thence across Lake Champlain, and Panton,
Vt., to Addison, 20 miles and back, once a
week,

Leave Hammond's Store every Wednesday
at 8 a. m.; arrive at Addison same day by 5 p.

Leave Addison every Thursday at 6 a.m.;
arrive at Hammond's Store same day by 3 p.
m.

No. 897.-From Harpersfield Centre, by
North Harpersfield, to South Worcester, 9
miles and back, once a week.

Leave Harpersfield Centre every Wednes-
day at 9 a. m.; arrive at South Worcester
same day by 12 m.
PLeave South Worcester every Wednesday
at 1p.m.; arrive at Harpersfield Centre same
day by 4 p. m.

No. 898.-From Lexington to Westkill, 4
miles and back, once a week.

Leave Lexington every Wednesday at 9 a.
m; arrive at Westkill same day by 10 a. m.
- Leave Westkill every Wednesday at 11 a.
m.; arrive at Lexington same day by 12 m.

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25; or twice a week for net proceeds of Westkill - 1839, May 30. Offer con

tract at his bid.

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450 650.

Too high.

322

Lowville every Monday at 6 a. m.;

1839, Dec. 19. Postmas

ter General orders con-
tract,

m.

-From Lowville, by Dayanville

, | Philo H. Colvin Indian River, Diana, and

Harrisville, S. Buckley (rec'd 25th Edwards, in St. Lawrence county, May, 1839)

Samuel Buckley (rec'd

12th Dec. 1839).
drive al South Edwards same day by 12 m.

Leave South Edwards every Tuesday at 1
p. m.; arrive at Lowville next day by 6 p. m.

No. 900.-From Malden, by Wynkoops-
ville, to Irvingsville, 12 miles and back, once
a week.

Leave Malden every Wednesday at 8 a.
m.; arrive at Irvingsville same day by 12

Leave Irvingsville every Wednesday at 1
p. m.; arrive at Malden same day by 5 p. m.

No. 901.-From New Haven, by Port On- N. Randall (884)
tario and Lindseyville, to Ellisburg, 23 miles Jeremiah Parker
and back, once a week.

Ira B. Rose
Leave New Haven every Wednesday at 8 S. Buckley (899)
a. m.; arrive at Ellisburg same day by 5 p.m. Jesse Cross

Leave Ellisburg every Thursday at 6 a. m.; Jeremiah Parker (receiv-
arrive at New Haven same day by 3 p. m. ed after time.)

No. 902.–From North Blenheim, by Gil- Joseph Burnett •
boa, Prattsville, and Sportsville, to Cloves-
ville, 25 miles and back, once a week.

Ira B. Rose
Leave North Blenheim every Tuesday at John Laraway (received
8 a. m.; arrive at Clovesville same day by 6 after time.)

Leave Clovesville every Wednesday at 6
a. m.; arrive at North Blenheim same day by
4 p. m.

No. 903.-From Norwich, by Smyrna, Earl- N. Randall (889).
ville, Poolsville, East Hamilton, North Brook- Edwin M. Eidy
field, and Sangerfield Centre, to Waterville, H. G. Williams
in Oneida county, 35 miles and back, once a Philo H. Colvin
week.

Calvin Bentley :

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161 per annum

300; or $500, stages; or $400, stages to Prattsville, Too high.

residue horse.
400.
200 per annum, from 1st January, 1840

1839, Dec. 10. Contract

ordered.

p. m.

225.
225
300.
300.
650

1839, May 30. Accepted. (He lives on the route.)

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NEW YORK-Continued.
Leave Norwich every Wednesday at 6 a. Daniel King, jr.

$300.
m.; arrive at Waterville same day by 6 p.

Leave Waterville every Thursday at 6 a.
m.; arrive at Norwich same day by 6 p. m.

No. 904.-From Pine Plains, by Gallatin, Hosford & Sutherland - 300, stages, schedule changed. Ancram, and Copake, to Hillsdalé, 20 miles Henry R. Hammond 180, 1-horse wagon; or $375, twice a week, 2-horse and back, once a week.

carriage. Leave Pine Plains every Monday at 9 a. O. E. Chamberlain 150; or $250, 2-horse stage m.; arrive at Copake same day by 5 p. m. Smith & Miller

225, 1-horse wagon ; $275, 2-horse wagon ; $500, Leave Copake every Tuesday at 6 a. m.;

2-horse wagon, twice a week, arrive at Pine Plains same day by 2 p. m. Isaac Butler

Proposals for twice a week stage service are Peter P. Rossman 225, schedule changed, and in a 1-horse chaise; or invited: times of departure and arrival to be

$260, 2-horse wagon, to start from Gallatinville. stated.

Job G. Elmore

195, 1-horse wagon; or $450, twice a week, in 2-
Isaac Butler

800, twice a week, stages, gives schedule.
No. 905.–From Poughkeepsie, by Crum 0. E. Chamberlain (904)
Elbow, Pleasant Plains, Clinton Hollow, Smith & Miller - 350, in sulkey or wagon.
Shultz's Store, Milan, and Rock City, to Red Hosford & Sutherland 300, 2-horse stage.
Hook, 30 miles and back, once a week. George Wickham

190, in a 1-horse carriage
Leave Poughkeepsie every Wednesday at Job G. Elmore

300, in a 1-horse wagon. 7 a. m.; arrive at Red Hook same day by 6 Isaac C. Doty

250, in a 2-horse carriage.
p.m.

Isaac Butler
Leave Red Hook every Thursday at 7 a.

1839,

May 30. Accepted,
at $150.
Guarantor not certified and

not known.

1839, May 30. Accepted.

No. 906. From Jefferson, at the head of Cooley, Maxwell, & 145; or $1,000, 3 times a week, stages, during steam- 1839, May 30, Accepted,

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