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Abstract of bids under advertisement of April 2, 1839—Continued.

Route, distance, service, and schedule, as ad

vertised.

Bidders.

Amounts, according to the terms of advertisement, ex- |

cept where otherwise stated.

Decision.

NEW HAMPSHIRE-Continued.
No. 199.-From Kingston, via Brentwood, John S. Shannon
Epping, Nottingham, Northwood, Pittsfield, | Zenas Whittier (196)
Barnstead, and Gilmanton Iron Works, to Gil Horace Langley
ford, 55 miles and back, once a week.

Plummer, Brown, and
Leave Kingston every Tuesday at 5 a. m.;
arrive at Gilford next day by 12 m.

Leave Gilford every Wednesday at 1 p. m.;
arrive at Kingston next day by 7 p. m.

$190, in 1 or 2-horse carriages.
372, in gig, wagon, or sleigh.
495, in gig or wagon.
340; or, $825, from Kingston, via Epping, Notting- | 1839, May 30. Accepted

ham, and Northwood, to Pittsfield, 3 times a week, in at $340.
4-horse post-coaches and from Pittsfield, by Barn-
stead and Gilmanton Iron Works, to Gilford, once
a week, in a gig or wagon; and will extend the
route from Kingston to Haverhill, so as to make
a direct route from Gilford to Boston, through in
a day; or, when the railroad is opened to East
Kingston, they will connect at that place instead
of Haverhill."

• Exceeds $7 a mile.

No. 200.-From Lancaster, via Whitefield | Zenas Whittier (196) -
and Carroll, to White Mountain, 28 miles and Horace Langley -
back, once a week.

Joses M. Thurstin (195)
Leave Lancaster every Thursday at 6 a. m.; | L. A. Russell (received
arrive at White Mountain same day by 6 p. | 25th May, 1839, at 6 p.
m.

m.).
Leave White Mountain every Friday at 6 George Poindexter (re-
a. m.; arrive at Lancaster same day by 6 p. ceived 6th Aug., 1839).

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No. 1510.-From Landaff, by Sugar Hill, I Ithiel Young to Franconia, 9 miles and back, once a week. | Zenas Whittier (196)

Leave Landaff every Wednesday at 2 pm.. arrive at Franconia same day by 5 p. m. L. A. Russell (received

Lea ve Franconia every Wednesday at 10 25th May, 1839, at 6 p.
a. m.; arrive at Landaft same day by 1 p. m. m.).

No. 1520.-From North Haverhill, by Zenas Whittier (196) -
Woodville and West Bath, to Lyman, 14 Horace Langley

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miles and back, once a week,

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100, in sulkey or gig.

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200.

200, 1-horse wagon.

Leave North Haverhill every Monday at 9 | William Leonard' • a. m.; arrive at Lyipan same day by 2 p. m. L. A. Russell (received

Leave Lyman every Monday at 3 p. m.; l 25th May, 1839, at 6 arrive at North Haverhill same day by 8 p. m. p. m.).

Parly Mason (received

251h May, 1839).
No. 1530.-From North Lyman, by West Zenas Whittier (196) -
Littleton and Lower Waterford, to Pingre- | Horace Langley
ville, 12 miles and back, once a week. A John Hawes -

Leave North Lyman every Monday at 3 p. John Palmer -
m.; arrive at Pingreville same day by 7 p.m. L. A. Russell (received

Leave Pingreville every Monday at 10 a. 25th May, 1839, at 6
m.; arrive at North Lyman same day by 2 p. p. m.).

Parly Mason (received

25th May, 1839).

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No. 1542.-From Peterboro', via Jaffrey, Horace Langley
Factory Village, and Rindge, to Winchendon, Geo. W. Senter (receiv-
Mass., 30 miles and back, once a week.

ed 10th July, 1839).
Leave Peterboro' every Wednesday at 6 a. Geo. W. Senter (through
m.; arrive at Winchendon same day by 6 p. Hon. Mr. Aiherton),
m.

(received 24th Febru-
Leave Winchendon every Thursday at 6 a. ary, 1840).
m.; arrive at Peterboro' same day by 6 p. m.

No. 155a.-From Pittsfield, by the store of Samuel G. Berry
George Nutter, in Barnstead, over New Dur- Geo. R. Kimball
ham bridge, by Middletown, Wakefield, Un- Jacob P. Boodey
ion, Milton Mills, and Acton Corners, to Al- Isaac Jacobs
fred, Me., 40 miles and back, once a week. G. L. Whitehouse

Leave Pittsfield every Tuesday at 5 a. m.; Zenas Whittier (196) -
arrive at Alfred same day by 7 p. m.

Horace Langley -
Leave Alfred every Wednesday at 5 a.m.; Joses M. Thurstin
arrive at Pittsfield same day by 7 p. m. Isaac L. Horn (received

after time).
No. 156a.-From Union, by Brookfield and John Peavey - -
North Wolfsborough, to Water Village, 15
miles and back, once a week.

Leave Union every Tuesday at 8 a. m.; ar-
rive at Water Village same day by I p. m.

395, 1-horse covered wagon; or, $550, stage. 370, gig, wagon, or sleigh. 320, gig, wagon, or sleigh - - 499, gig or wagon. 470, 1-horse carriage. 7 per mile, schedule changed -

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Abstract of bids under advertisement of Apru 2, 1839—Conunued.

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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VERMONT
No. 245.-From Rutland, by Clarendon,
Wallingford, South Wallingford, Danby, East
Dorset, Factory Point, Manchester, Sunder-
land, Arlington, Shaftsbury, and South Shafts-
bury, to Bennington, 54 miles and back, 3
times a week in stages.

Leave Rutland every Monday, Wednesday,
and Friday, at 12 m.; arrive at Bennington
same day by 12 night.

Leave Bennington every Tuesday, Thurs-
day, and Saturday, at 3 a. m.; arrive at Rut-
land same day by 2 p. m.

No. 253.-From Albany, N. Y., by Troy,
Lansingburg, Pittstown, Hoosick, Benning-
ton, V., Woodford, Scarborough, Wilming-
ton, Marlborough, and West Brattleborough,
to Brautleborough, 76 miles and back, 6 limes
a week, in 4 horse post-coaches,

Leave Albany every day, except Sunday, al

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3 a. m., but to wait in the winter for the west-
ern mail; arrive at Bennington by 9 a. m.,
and at Brattleborough by 8 p. m.; later in win-
ter, if detained for western mail.

Leave Brattleborough every day, except
Sunday, at 3 a. m.; arrive at Bennington at
12 m., and at Albany same day by 8 p. m.

From 1st December to 1st May to return as
follows, to wit:

Leave Albany daily, except Sunday, at 4 a.
m., but to wait in winter for the western mail;
arrive at Bennington by 10 a. m., and at Brat-
tleborough by 9 p. m.; later in winter, if de-
tained for western mail.

Leave Brattleborough every day, except
Sunday, at 44 a. m.; arrive at Bennington by
1. p. m., and at Albany same day by 9} p. m.

No. 253a.-From Albany, N. Y., by Troy, John C. Haswell (253) - 1 575 · · · ·
Lansingburg, Pittstown, and Hoosick, to Ben Ellis Baker-

700.
nington, Vt., 36 miles and back, daily, in 4. | Frederick A. Billing - 1,400.
horse post-coaches, during the running of
steamboats on the Hudson.

Leave Albany daily at 10 a. m.; arrive at
Bennington same day by 6 p. m.

Leave Bennington daily at 9 a. m.; arrive
at Albany same day by 4 p. m.

No. 253pt.-From Hoosick, by Pownal and Ellis Baker .
Williamstown, to North Adams, 19 miles and Sabez bake rice: : 550. . . .
back, 3 times a week.

Leave Hoosick every Tuesday, Thursday,
and Saturday, at 4 p. m.; arrive at North
Adams same days by 84 p. m.

Leave North Adams every Monday, Wed-
nesday, and Friday, at 6 a. m.; arrive at Hoo-
sick same days by 10 a. m.
No. 263.–From Barton, by Irasburg and Eli Stearne

1,100, 3 months in a wagon,
Coventry, to Troy, 20 miles and back, 3 times Eleazar Smith -
a week, in 4-borse post-coaches.

Joseph Wiggins

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Abstract of bids under advertisement of April 2, 1839_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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VERMONT-Continued.
Leave Barton every Sunday, Wednesday, John Kelsy & John
and Friday, after arrival of Haverhill mail, Hawes.
say at 8 p. m.; arrive at Troy next days by i
p. m.

Leave Troy every Tuesday, Thursday, and
Saturday, at 4 a. m.; arrive at Barton same
days by 9 a. m.

No. 264.–From Troy to Richford, 18 miles David Walker -
and back, once a week.

Leave Troy every Thursday at 6 a. m.; ar-
rive at Richford same day by 12 m.

Leave Richford every Thursday at 1 p. m.;
arrive at Troy same day by 7 p. m.

No. 265.-From Cuttingsville, by Clarendon
and Clarendon Springs, to West Rutland, 12
miles and back, once a week.

Leave Cuttingsville every Wednesday at 7
a. m.; arrive at West Rutland same day by
11 a. m.

Leave West Rutland every Wednesday at
1 p. m.; arrive at Cuttingsville same day by
5 p. m.

No. 266.–From Jeffersonville, by Water Eben Robie
ville and Belvidere, to Montgomery, 23 miles Eli Stearne
and back, once a week.

Lebbeus Hodgman
Leave Jefferson ville every Tuesday at 8 a.
in.; arrive at Montgomery same day by 6 p. Jacob S. Cady.
m .

Levi Joslen -
Leave Montgomery every Wednesday at 6 | Nathan McFarland -
a. m.; arrive at Jeftersonville same day by 4 | Jesse Sears - -
P. m .

I Wm. Lathrop

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