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Troy, to St. Augustine. From Manchester in Morgan county, by Linnville, Bethel, and Arenz's Mills, to Beardstown in Cass county. From Quincy, in Adams county, to Macomb, in McDonough county. From Lewistown, in Fulton county, by the Table Grove, Rall's Mills, Huntsville, Indian Point Camp and Gilmer's farm, to Quincy. From Chicago, by Geneva, the seat of justice of De Kalb county, and Oregon city, to
Flitt's farm, on the road from Dixon's Ferry to Galena. In Louisiana
Louisiana.–From Vicksburg, Mississippi, by Walnut and Roundaestablished. way bayous, across Tuecas and bayou Macon, to Monroe. From Har
risonburg, by Funne Louis and Dugdemonia, to Natchitoches. From Vicksburg, Mississippi, by New Carthage, Hardy hills, Bæuf prairie, and Columbia, to Dugdemonia. From Shreveport, by Epps's settlement and Caddo prairie, to Long prairie, Arkansas. From Alexandria, by Hineston, to Jenkin's and Droddy's ferry, on the Sabine. From Thibadeauxville to Knoblock’s in the parish of La Fourche interior. From Madisonville, in the parish of St. Tammany, to Warners, in the parish of Washington. From Natchitoches to Grand Cane.
Alabama.–From Columbus, Georgia, via Mount Ararat, Salem and In Alabama- Coleman's, to Tallapoosa court-house. From Spring Hill, in Marengo esiablished.
county, via Boston, Dayton and Whitehall, to Mckinley. From Cussetta,
From Springfield by Benevola, Bonners' Mills, Carrollton and
Yorkville to Columbus in Mississippi. From Bellefonte by Langston Discontinued.
and De Kalb court-house to Paris in De Kalb county. Discontinue as follows: From Bellefonte, by Larkinsville, Trenton, Loweville, Hazle green and Madison cross
Ss-roads, to Athens. From Winchester, Tennessee, to Bellefonte. From Bellefonte to Rawlingsville.
Mississippi.-From Holly springs, Marshall county, via Ripley,
Tip- In Mississippi pah county, Jacinto, Tishamingo county, to Tuscumbia, Alabama. From established. Holly springs to Hernando, De Soto county. From Pontitoc, via Oxford, to Panola. From Coffeeville, via Oakland, to Charleston, Tallahatchie county. From Brandon, via Raleigh and Garlandsville, to Quitman. From Carrollton to Douglass, on the Yazoo river. From Granada, by Preston, Oakland and Ragbourn's to Panola. From Wyatte, in the county of Lafayette, by Chulahoma, Hancock's, Labeau's, and Hernando, to Memphis, Tennessee. From Ripley, in Tippah county, via Cornersville, to Oxford, Lafayette county. From Jackson, Mississippi, to Memphis, Tennessee, via Canton, Bole's ferry, on the Big Black river, Franklin, Lexington, Carrollton, Grenada, Belmont and Jefferson. From Carrollton, via Grenada to Coffeeville, Oxford, Wyatt, Chulahoma and Holly springs, to Lagrange, in Tennessee. From Jackson, via Madisonville, Doak's old stand, Kusciusko, Greensboro, Houston, Pontotoc, and Ripley to Bolivar in Tennessee. From Fulton, in Itawamba county, via Pontotoc, Ponola, or Belmont, to Tunica court-house. From Ellisville, via Paulding, to Quitman. From Quitman to Washington courthouse, Alabama. From Columbus, by Winstonville, Somerville, Philadelphia, and Dixon, to Hillsboro. From Madisonville, by Densonville, Ludlow and Hillsboro, to Carthage. From Houston, by Grenada and Middleton to Louisville. From Pontotoc, by Red Land (Williams,) to Houston. From Chulahoma, by Oak Hill, and Castlehill, to Memphis, Tennessee. From Ponola court-house, by Peyton, to Helena, Arkansas. From Helena, Arkansas, by Powhattan, Coohoma county, to White river, Arkansas. From Stackville, by Lafayette and Bell Fontaine, to Greensboro. From Hardin court-house, Tennessee, by Nashobee, Jacinto and Carrollsville, to Pontotoc. From Aberdeen, by Fulton, to Jacinto. From Fulton to Russellville, Alabama. From Tuscaloosa, Alabama, by Jamestown, Brooklyn, Mount Pleasant, Mo-za-bu-sha to Hillsborough. From Greensboro, by Graysport to Grenada. From Panola court-house by Sardinia, Oakland, Preston and Troy to Grenada. From Kennedy's store, in Clopiah county, Mississippi, by Haley's ferry, Concord, Steen's creek, Brandon and Densonville to, Carthage, in Leoki county. From Mobile the nearest and most direct route to Winchester in Mississippi. From Columbus by Waverley or Mullin's bluff in Lowndes county, to Colbert. From Hernando, by way of Castleville, Oak Hill and Chulahoma, to the town of Wyatt. From Manchester by Benton, Montgomery, Franklin, Lockhart's store, Wheeling and Shongola, to Greensboro in Mississippi. From Pontotoc, via He iston to Greensboro in the State of Mississippi. From Montgomery, via Selma, Marion, Greensboro, Erie, Jones's Bluff, and Livingston, Alabama, Marion, Decatur, Hillsboro, and Brandon, to Jackson, in Mississippi. From Panola court-house to Grenada, via Gen. John Raybourn's, Caledonia, Yokanapatalpho, Oakland and Preston.
Missouri.–From Bailey's landing, on the Mississippi, in Lincoln In Missouri county, by Troy, Thomas Glover's, Dutton's, and Anderson's, to Dan- established. ville. From Columbia to Mexico. From Carrollton to Far West. From St. Francisville to Farmington, Iowa Territory. From Richmond to Camden, thence to Liberty, Clay county, via Smith's mills, Camden point, and Blacksnake hills, to the mouth of Nodaway river. From Martin's, Clay county, at the falls of the Platte, to the Blacksnake hills. From Plattsburg to the Blacksnake hills. From Lexington, by Greenton, Cool spring, and Lone Jack, to Harrisonville. From Georgetown, by Rives court-house, Oceola, Henry Clement's and Sarcoxie, Barry county, to Mount Pleasant, Barry court-house. From Warrenburg, Johnson county, by Rives court-house, to Bolivar. From Meramee iron works to Jefferson city. From Columbia, by Mount Vernon, Pisgah, Palestine, Mount Carmel, and Arraton, to Georgetown. From Jonesborough, by Salt
pond grove, and Johnson's grove, to Lexington. From Jonesborough to Georgetown. From Mount Pleasant, by Cowskin, Beatty's prairie, and Vineyard, Arkansas, to Fort Smith. From Rocheport, by Connor's mills, Cooper county, and Pisgah, to Round-hill post office. From Bloomfield, Stoddard county, by the lower end of West prairie, to the house of Martin Wood. From Van Buren, by Charles Huddleston's, to Izard court-house, Arkansas. From Jefferson city, by California, to the Round-hill post-office. From Carrollton, by Utica and Naves's store, to Thompson's settlement, in the territory attached to Livingston county. From Richmond to Utica. From Glasgow, Howard county, to Four-mile prairie. From Woodville, Macon county, to Newark, Lewis county. From Huntsville, by Johnson Wright's, to Macon courthouse. From Sand Hill, Lewis county, to St. Francisville. From Mexico, Audrain county, by Bowling Green, to Clarksville. From Keytersville to Macon court-house. From Keytersville to Linn courthouse. From Jefferson city, by Miller court-house, to Versailles. From Jonesborough to Johnson court-house. From Arrow Rock, to old Jefferson, Saline county. From the city of St. Louis, to Portage Desseaux, by the way of the mouth of the Missouri river and Bellefontaine. From Clarksville, in Missouri, to Phillip's ferry, on the Illinois river, in the State of Illinois. From Palmyra to Shelbyville. From Springfield, Missouri, to Fayetteville, Arkansas. From St. Louis, by Springfield, to Cane-hill, in Arkansas. From Palmyra to Shelbyville.
Arkansas.-From Dwight, Pope county, to Crooked creek, Carroll county. From Dardanelles, Pope county, to Fort Smith, on the south side of Arkansas river. From Little Rock, by Clinton and Marion court-house, to Springfield, Missouri. From the mouth of Cache, by Pine Bluffs, to Ecore a Fabre. From Little Rock, by Erwin's settlement, White county court-house, Litchfield, and Powhattan, to Jack
From Ozark, Franklin county, by Huntsville, Madison county, to Osage, Benton county. From the Mouth of Cacie, by Searcy, White county, to Clinton. From Helena, by Tunica court-louse, Mississippi, Panola court-house, and Oxford, Lafayette county, to Pontitoc. From Athens, Izard county, to Springfield, Missouri. From Pocahontas, through the northern part of Green county, to Stoddart courthouse, Missouri. From Jackson, by Long's on Strawberry river, to
thens, Izard county. From Fayetteville, by Ozork, to Scott courthouse. From Fort Smith to Scott court-house. From Clarksville to Carrollton, in Carroll county. From Lake Por: G. Bayou Moses Hill, to Bayou Bartholomew. From Ecore a Fabre to the Union courthouse. From Scott court-house, Hot Springs and Coddo Cave, to Paraclifta. From Conway, Long Prairie, to Natchitoches, in Louisiana.
Michigan.—From Battle creek to Hastings. From Whitmansville, by Charleston, to Lafayette. From Belvidere to Mount Clemens. From Detroit, through Greenfield, to Southfield. From Marshall, by Verona, to Hastings. From Paxton, by Howell, to Owasco. From Granville to Port Sheldon, in Ottowa county. From Jacksou, by Ingham and Howell, to Flint. From Pontitoc, by Howell, to Jackson. From Flint, Genesee county, by Bearsleyville, to Lapier. From Cassopolis, by Whitmansville, to Keelersville. From Monroe, by Stony Creek, Exeter, Huron, and Rosou’s mill, to Ypsilanti. From Flat-rock, in Brownstown township, to Gibraltar. From Lapier, by Langdon and Mount Pleasant, to Grand Blanc. From Ingham to Jefferson. From Saranac to Ionia. From Springville, by Brooklyn, Jefferson, Spring Arbor, Concord, Albion, and Berne, to Marshall. From Concord, Jackson county, to John Wilbur's, in the town of Pulaski. From Battle creek, Calhoun county, to Cold water, via Goodwinsville. From Battle creek to Galesburg, via Augusta. From Bellevue, by Vermonticello, to Ionia. From Jackson to Gamblesville. From Galaston, by Otsego, to Allagan. From
In Michigan established.
Jonesville, in Michigan, to Evansport, in Ohio. From Ingham to the
-established. and Rockford, to Dixon's ferry, Illinois. From Rockford, by Brewster's ferry, to Wiota. From Chicago, by McHenry, Fontana, (at the head of Lake Genera, Turtle creek, Janesville, Home, and Madison, to Wisconsin city, on the Wisconsin river. From Southport, by Pleasant prairie and Geneva, to the county seat of Walworth county. From Milwaukee, by New Berlin, Springfield, and Troy, to Janesville. From Green Bay, by Depere, La Fontaine, Calumet village, Fond du Lac, and Fox lake, to Madison, and from Fox lake to Fort Winnebago. From Fond du Lac, by the mouth of Fox river, to Little Butte des Morts. From Fond du Lac to Sheboyegan. From Green Bay, by Neeshoto, 10 Twin river. From Milwaukee, by Lisbon, Belletere, and Watertown, to Kentucky city. From Janesville, by Jefferson, to Watertown. Froni White-oak springs, by New Diggings and Milseat bend, to (Elk Grove.] From Duck creek to Green Bay. From Helena, via English prairie, to Prairie du Chien. From Galena, Illinois, by Sinsinawa mound, to Du Buque. Discontinue as follows :—From Milwaukee to the outlet
Discontinued. of Lake Koshkenong. From the outlet of Lake Koshkenong to the city of the Four Lakes. From Little Butte des Morts to Fort Winnebago. From Fond du Lac to the city of the Four Lakes. Froni Fond du Lac to Fort Winnebago. Iowa.–From Dubuque to the county seat of Delaware county. From
In lowa-es Dubuque, by the county seat of Jones county, and Rochester, on the Red Cedar, to West Liberty. From Dubuque, by Richfield, Point Pleasant, and Davenport, to Stephenson, Illinois. From Davenport, by Centreville and Moscow, to Rochester on the Red Cedar river. From Fort Madison, by West Point and Tuscarora, to Bentonport. From New Boston, Illinois, by Blackhawk and Wappello, to Mount Pleasant. From Fort Madison, Iowa, to Carthage. Illinois. From Bloomington, by Cedarville, and West Liberty, to Napoleon. From Wappello, by Catesse and Sissinamo, to Napoleon. From Wapsepinicon to Bellevue; the present route to be changed so as to run by Camanche, New York, Lyons, and Charleston. From Burlington, via Ellison's creek, Illinois, St. Augustine and Middle grove, to Peoria.
All railroads Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That each and every railroad
shall be postwithin the limits of the United States which now is, or hereafter may routes, and the be made and completed, shall be a post route, and the Postmaster Ge- Postmaster Ge
neral cause the neral shall cause the mail to be transported thereon, provided he can have it done upon reasonable terms, and not paying therefor in any ported thereon. instance more than twenty-five per centum over and above what similar transportation would cost in post coaches.
Sec. 3. And be it further enacted, That the above post routes shall go into operation on the first of July, eighteen hundred and thirty-nine, routes shall go or sooner, should the funds of the Department justify the same; Pro- into operation vided, That as soon as a responsible contractor shall offer to transport 1839, or sooner, the mails over any portion of the above routes for the revenue derived &c.
Proviso. from the new offices to be established thereon, until the first of July, eighteen hundred and thirty-nine, the Postmaster General shall forthwith put them into operation.
APPROVED, July 7, 1838.
mail to be trans
C'nited States for the year one thousand eight hundred and thirty-eight. (Obsolete.)
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the following sums be, and the same are hereby appropriated, to be paid out of any
unappropriated money in the Treasury, for certain fortifications, viz: Fort Warren. For Fort Warren, Boston harbor, one hundred thousand dollars; Castle Island
For the preservation of Castle island, and repairs of Fort Independand Fort Inde. pendence.
ence, Boston harbor, fifty thousand dollars; Fort Adams. For Fort Adams, Rhode Island, one hundred thousand dollars;
New London For fortifications at New London harbor, Connecticut, twenty-five harbor.
thousand dollars; Fort Schuyler. For Fort Schuyler, East river, New York, one hundred thousand
dollars; Ft. Delaware.
For Fort Delaware, Delaware river, forty thousand dollars; Fort Mcllanry, Redoubt T'or Fort Mcllenry, Redoubt Wood, and Covington Battery, near Wood, and Co. Baltimore, thirty-two thousand four hundred and fifteen dollars ; vington battery.
For Fort Monroe, Virginia, one hundred thousand dollars; Fort Monroe. Fort Calhoun. For Fort Calhoun, Virginia, thirty thousand dollars; Charleston For fortifications in Charleston harbor, and for the preservation of the harbor.
site of Fort Moultrie, one hundred and seventy-five thousand dollars : Fort Moultrie. Fort Pulaski. For Fort Pulaski, Cockspur Island, Georgia, one hundred thousand
dollars; Fort at Fos.
For the fort at Foster's bank, Florida, thirty-three thousand dollars; ter's bank.
Fort Marion, For repairs of Fort Marion and of the sea-wall at St. Augustine,
For the purchase of the charter right to the bridge across Mill creek,
eight thousand five hundred dollars ; Old fort at the For repairs of the Old Fort at the Barancas, Pensacola, seventy-five Barancas.
thousand dollars ; Fort Niagara.
l'or repairing Fort Niagara in the State of New York, three thou
sand dollars; Contingencies. For contingencies of fortifications, ten thousand dollars. How to be ex Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That of the sums appropriated by pended. this bill a portion not to exceed fifty per centum upon all the items above
fifteen thousand dollars, shall be drawn from the Treasury during the present year, and the balance of the said appropriations shall be expended for the objects designated, during the year one thousand eight hundred and thirty-nine.
APPROVED, July 7, 1838. STATUTE II. July 7, 1838. CHAP. CLXXIV.-An Act to remit the duties upon certain gonds destroyed by fire (Obsolete.)
al the late conflagration in the city of New York.
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United The Collector, States of America in Congress assembled, That the collector of the Naval Officer,
customs for the port of New York, the naval officer of the said port, and District Ai. torney of New and the district attorney for the southern district of the State of New York to consti- York, be, and they are hereby, constituted a commission to ascertain tute a commis
the amount of duties paid, or secured to be paid, upon all goods, wares, sion to ascertain the amount of and merchandise destroyed, in unbroken and original packages as imgoods destroyed ported, by the great conflagration which took place in the city of New by the great
York on the sixteenth and seventeenth days of December in the year conflagration in New York, &c. one thousand eight hundred and thirty-five, and the name or names and
places of residence of the several persons entitled, as owners of the said goods, or otherwise, to receive or have remitted to them the amount