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J ui l:<i I'/im(ic% Ovjard, oil <I.i uc, 18.(5. \n.id tin ivrt. kx iif :!• e how sweet to strnv, /•. . steals pale twilight o’er the blush of da\, Mid see, along lius, evening tinted walls, M l.cu: the tall shadow lengthen., as it falls, Mill spa rid tiv time,yon sloiied shaft appeal--. • <iay with the triumphs of a thin.mi ml years; Theie, in the conscious majesty of might, I lie I aiin i Monarch* stood in t loudless light, And 1 loin iiis duelling in iho deep blue sky loheld tiic vainjtiishid world beneath him lie. iik, round its sides, ns se i lls the sculptured strife, I ii h warrior image stinting into life; 1 e serried phalanx, and lint light armed hand, "i in u eagles glittei ing on a foreign strand; 1 loir whin-robed priests in long procession lead '1 be victims destined to their gods to bleed; Disdaining slavery, there, the Dacian fuel Seeks death arid iicedom in the logger’s blow 1 And tniv'ring in tlio midst, yon kingly form, W h, — niii-sti etched arm direct tire battle storm — I i.xc.i Mis linn step, and high unaltered mein, Siem a , war > god, yet nwltrlly serene! D hure'er he moves-, destruction m irks the way, -Vu walls, nor woods, nor waves,t his hosts can stay. Wild as some v. inteiy torrent's echoing mar Uolis the d.uk uaron Ister’s fated .lune; A'ilighted Davie dies, nor now avail Ih-r tempi -t-footed steeds, and linked mai!; Still press tin: victors ou- with sodden dread, I.o! Danube, starting from his sedge gird bed, ’’ 1 big, beholds the crowds that throng his flood. And stain his angiy streams with native blood. Such were thy sons, O Home!—thy matchless power, m the lull blaze ol thy meridian hour; Hut where an- now toy conquests mid thy pride, I by steel-clad hosts that swelled war’s sweeping tide? On ihose free rocks where gleamed tire patriot blade, 1 ho ill Hi an bauiiit plies his desperate trail*. ?.CI, ,nl1* st'’ting, still some parti!,; r.iy Tells of the brightness ol thy former lay. Immortal Homan! each iin;c-haMowed pi.tee 15'nls ; musing memory nil thy at ts retrace,_ Though now, iliy form by bigot rage o'er,brown, Y'.n pillar bears an image not its own;5 1 hy trophivs gatlieied from the well-tought field, '1'hat fill recording Victory’s pictured -hi. M.'j While virtue awes, while valor Iih- its praise, b'.ia'd still command each rising hero’s gaze * Hhi his young spirit catch the inspiriiig'llnme. And soar to deeds that rival Tranjan’s fame. *An appellation of which Trajan was deservedly proud. UecebaIn King ol the Dari. * The Homan soldiers, on the rdiefs, .ire representerl usiim Ihc battering ram, cutting down and clearing wood- that intercepted their march, and throwing wooden bridges a cross the rivers. ° , j be Pillar ol I rajanjs now ui mounted hv a statue of »-t. I t Ilm , f»i rcti i1. in I.iSi. 1)v I*c»pc Sixtus V • !1 Victory is personified on lim column, surrounded by tro ni.-eiihnig the exploits of Tr:i an on a s|,i. .d. run; I.\TT. ~--——'■ ' At rules, holdun in the eleil V- office of the superior court ( I chancery lor the Uichmoiui clistri*:!. the 7ili <\nv nr August, 18 Jo: AViUia n M. Anderson, Hie.ha. l X. Anderson, and Nancy K. Anderson, an infant by the said William .M. Ander son her guardian, 'Mildred A. and Patsy ,M. Anderson infants, by Uolicrt II. Anderson, thei, guard',.. nis, and .Susanna I.. Anderson, infants, bv Jolm Marthi their guardian, - - - . 1 again i John S. Fleiwiog, adndr r f John \ rvh i-di;. derm CercJia F Anderson, ami Alary C. And, .son. infant,, by ThoninV I annua it, tlie.ir guardian, W ui.N. Fleming, and \ .islion, ______ ° ... s The defendant William X. Fleming not ha ring cntererl tn= appenranee and given senility according to the act of asKCiiih.y ai d the rules of Hits court, and it appearin'' hv satisfactory evidence, that he is not an inhabitant of'diis country; it is ordered, that the said defendant do appear here on the first day o! the next term am! answer the bill of the plaintiffs; and that a copy of this older lie forthwith inserted nr so* .o. new-paper published in the city of Hirh mond, for two months successively, and posted a't the front door of till* rapilol, in the said city. _GJt A copy. Teste, IF,,',. Jr. U y.\l \Ti , r UiOLVUl: ' ' At mlrs, hoi,let, in the elork’s office of the superior court * ! chancery fur the llichinond district, the ,1th d iv of June, 182§: 3 fo«enh Trent ami Frances Helper, - - I’ll*. against Hi. li *d Sandefer, Peter Sandefer, li .nid Atkins, airt Fli zabetli his wife, and Sterling Woodward, - lift*. i he defendant llichard Sandefer, not hating eiiterr*! his appearance and given -eruiify according to "lie act oi assembly and the rules of this rotnt, and it appeaiinv lw satisfactory evidence, that lie i- not an inhabitant of" hi, country; it is ordered, that the said defendant do appear licic oil the fir,t day of the next term and answer tin: hi!! of the plaintiff-; and that a copy ol this order he forth with inserted in some lien-paper published in the citv of Hi*di ti,ond, for two mouths .*•:.* re; -in ly, n.nl poster! at tin. front door (»* t*)c Ciipitol. in tin; <*nifl < ifv. _ GG A copy. Teste. I! . . fr. ZJE.VLXCf, r. r. ^ /ni#/, > /«•/: At rules, lioldcn in I lit- rink’s office r.f the superior court ol cl) inn iv lor I'm; Richmond distiict, she Till day of \tl giist, 1825; * ' ‘ J.inus II "i.iltoii, \\ illiam 1. II>tmilimi, nub James Donalil Min, loc.- '.lain - nr.d partners, trading under the firm of llamiitm:, Dupaldsoii A: ( • >. ]’[' again t John Dunlop, and the IVe nlcut, Directors and Company <T the hank of irginia, /).'/, The defendant John Dunlop net having entered his ap pearance and given senility acroiding fo the art of assem bly and the rules of this mint, and it nppcariii" hy satis factory evidenr e, that he is not an inhabitant of ibis coun try; ,« .> ordered, that the -a id defendant d.,.appea. hen: .... the fust day ol ihc next tmm and austvei the hill of the plaintiff-; and that a copy of this order 1m forthwith inserted in some newspaper published in the city of Richmond, for two months successively, and posted at the frontdoor or the Capitol, i;» tin* sniff ( ily. *>*>_A rupy. Teste, // II'. HEfNJfG r < ruu.iijri.-i~ --11-!— At rules, holder, i„ ,he , |,,k’s ,l(r,ce of the superior court of icaorc-'y f< . the !■ leintioiu) district, the Ttii (Tav of August, Elbert Woodward, ----- n against ” Richard I.pe . da-rdf <>r Nottoway County, to ultinn the r-t.ita ol Isaac Vi infrec has been committed for ndiniu i,Station, iyree liaeon, former sheriff of the same cVmity. ion horn the estate of IVyUm DnswelJ was . oin irntfed to,- admini nation, and J. J. Smith, ;//'/.». . ne t'fend.i ui .1. J. Smith, not ha ving entered his appear anro and given scc.inity according to the act of assembly twirl the rules of this court, an . it appearing by satisfactory evidence, that he Is not an inhabitant of thi- rounliy; it i; ordered, that the lid defend.ml do appeal here on tin; fn-• i <: ty of (lie next term and answer the hid of the plaintijY; an ! that a copy of this ordei be forthwith inserted in «.«,.«,■ tiev pa pi i j u'.dished in tin: city of ill liinonl. f,,i two months s"c es*-|. fly, and d at the front tit.or of the capito), in the said eitv. f‘” _A Test.., If:,,. IV. f/r.V/.W;. c. r. A. rules, hidden in the el».|kls nJVuc of the superior court • f char.ee, v for t,i- Ki> hm m I .1; tries, f|l«; 7lh day of tugusi. 1 II at wood Rulljugton, - j,,, | !’ ga lii-f fdi'.s I Vice. Uicllir.l M'l if Ve,v Kent com •> . ! 1‘- u ll eu the . late ,.f \t„ . r I vr.-e hath be,.,, contmiPi .| !• a ad,..ini ti.iticn, M.irfli.1 Tyn-. fal, I, Tviee, and Mi tan'• I IMee, - ..... /oy. i ' .1 ant f 'vru i T. not ),,mm. ,1 his ap fear*iore an 1 . en -eerily ordotg to the act of as-,no. Joy and t!,-. i1:!,• ol this cniiif, an I it appearm ■■ l»v factory , binthat he is not no inhahif anl ol itiis conn try, it i, oid ted, t!> >t ihe -rail d< feudal.I #b, app ar |,. On the firsi ,1 iy of ll;c m»\t trroi and answer (lie trill of the plain iff; and tn.»t a copy of this order he forthwith in- ■ r(. | 1' «*'•« paper puhl i hc| in the city of V, ii.lnnon-l, f .„ l -o mouths sociT=«i. >,'y, and prrsted at the from door of '«**• apifnj, i:t the - at 1 r >t I A 1 • V, n a i.v/\'v, I lRCil.VI.l At mil’s, lioldcn .in tin- clerks office of tii\: sr^icriifr court of chancelv for rite Richmond district, the .1,1 tlnv of July, 1 iic Mutual Assjt ranee Society a^ain-t iirV on buildings of the state of Virginia, - l'tts. against •t’li" I o vine F.otnnx mill John Ta vino, trustees lor Ralph | U or in uy, j r. dec’ll. John T. Woriutcy mid Gut ter Wnrin h y, iiitrtnt children nf Winner Wnrmlev, dec’ll, Thomas M. fnyines and Rebecca 'I', his wile, late Rebecca W oriulcy, Small ’1‘. Nicholson, late Sarah T. Wnrniley, Robert B, Beverley, Carter 1». Beverley, and Win. B. Beverley, Edward II. Baudul|ih, and Elizabeth B. his wile, late Elizabeth B. Beverley, Rebecca W. Beverley, j Ann I'. Efirrcr, late Beverley. Thomas Boswell and Martha Hoy, ------ fifts I’he defendants John Taylne, Ann T. Eaner, and Ed , ward B. Randolph ami Elizabeth H.liis wife, not huviugen i teted their appearance and given security according to the •act ot assembly and the rules of this court, anil it uppeur itrg by satisfactory evidence, that they me not inhabitants i of this eonnlry; it i- ordered, tint the said defend.mis do , appear here on the first day of the next term and answer the bill of the plaintiffs; ami that a copy of this older he | loithwith inserted in sonic new,paper pnblishr I in the city | of Richmond, lor two months successively, and posted at die fiont door of the eaphol, ill the said city. (id A_copy. Teste, Wm. W. ///.'.V/.YG, c. r. niiCRYM: At rules, lioldcn in tiic clink's nliicc of the superior couitoi cl»*uccry for'tire Richmond district the 7th day of Au gust, IKJG: William Varnicr, (of Petersburg.) P't(. against i George Crawford, William Conway, Slith Matthews & j Co. Moses B. Pillshorough, Walter Bunn, ex’or of John Graham, dec d, Joseph Rowlett, \\ illiam Edwards, anti | William Stewai t, Thomas Stewart, ami James Stewart j infant heirs of Thomas Stew art, dec'll, lifts. I Fhe defendant alter Tjunn, ex’or at John Grabuiip dec’d, not having entered his appearance and given security' according to the act of assembly and the rules of this court, and it appearing by satisfactory evidence that he is not an inhabitant of this country'; it is ordered, that the said defendant d i appear here on the fust day of the nexi term mid answer the bill of the piaiulilT; and’ that a copy of this order be forthwith inserted in some newspaper pub lished in the city of Richmond, for tw o months succc«sivc Iv, and posted at the front door of the. capitol, m the said • city. j toi A ropy. Teste, Wm. W. ///.YV/.YG’, r. r. ri/iGLVr.l: AI rules. Iinjru iu tile clerk's office of the superior court of chancery for the Richmond district, the 4th day of sjen i temher, 1826: • V5 i Ilia hi It. I luhha rd and James II. < i.i rdimr, partners, tra ‘ ding under the firm of Mubhaid & Gardner, against Joiui it. Bradford, Richard M. Crane, nml Samuel Putney, ; Dfla.' 1 hi* defendants John It. Bradford and Richard M.Crane lint having entered their appearance and given security ac cording to the act of assembly and the rules of this court, and it appearing by satisfactory evidence, that they are not inhabitants of this cnuutiy; it is nidered, that the said de leu mats do appeal here on the firs; day of tire next term and answ er the bill of the plaintiffs; and that a copy of this j order be forthw ith inserted in souie newspaper published in tue city ot Richmond, fin- two months successively, and posted at the f.outdoor of the capital, in the said city. *if> A copy. Teste, IV,n. 11 /•.W/.Vfr, a .r. / 1RGLMA: --" At rules, holdctt in tin* clerk's office of the. superior court ot chancery I >r the Richmond dictriet, the 7th day ot August, 1820; J ' Robert Saunders, - p/j against • •l'n,l,ucl faylor, M indhatn Robertson, ami Henry Skipwitb, r, , . , ' D/t*. J. he detent.unt Henry Skipwilh, not having entered his n/i;rt*irraiice and given security according to the net of n« -(•Iirbly and the rules of this comt, and it appearing by sa tistactory evidence, that lie is not an inhabitant of this country; it is ordered, tlrnt the said defendant do appear aeif* on the fust day of the next term and answer the bill !’* "u‘ plaintiff; and that a copy of this order be forthwith inserted in some newspaper published in the city of Rich mond, for two months successively, and posted at the front doer tyf the capital, in the said city. 87 A copy, Teste, Hm. IV. JI FJXl.VCi, r. r. nnGi.\ TT: At rules,iioldeu in the clerk’s office of the snpeiior court of chancery for the Richmond district, the Ttli day of August 1 Bv26: ° M illium Robertson,sen. j,i/t against Om Paine, adn.’r of Samuel Paine, dcr.'d, the said Oris I aiuc, and John Paine, Iltpiunii Paine, Jane Paine, Snow 1 aine, Photons Morton Paine, and Margaret Paine, next heirs of said Samuel Paine, dec’.!, and Robert Turnbull, ex or of David Robertson, who was ex'or of William \V. . this. nicilfft*nclanls Joiui Paine, llnnnnli Paine, Jane Paine, i 1 honias Morton Paine, and Maignrct Paine, not baviugen ftried the ir appearance and given security according to the act of assembly and the rules of this court, and it appearing by satisfactory evidence, that they are not inhabitants of this country; it is ordered, tint t the said defendants do appear here on the first day of tiie next term and answer the bill of tfie plaintiff; and that n copy of this order be forthwith inserted in some newspaper published in the city of Rich mond, tor two inopdis successivelv» and posted at the Trout door of the cnpitol, in tiie said city. _^7_A royy. Teste. IV,n. !V. , c.r. PROPOSALS For rnrnfiner Mai'* of the United Slain on l hefallowing Post /toad* will be received at the General Post (>/'■ di e, in'he Pilyof JFushinglon, until, the Mtkdaydf October next, inclusive. Id l lUfll.\ 1.1—Continued. r,~- From Rowling Green, by f la ley’s store and Go landsvdle. to (Oxford, once a week. 10 miles. I.eave < ).\ford every I ucstlav at I p tn and arrive at Howling Green by 6 p m. I.eave Howling Green every Tuesday at C a m and arrive at Oxford by Mam. 0 5. from Dunkirk to Walkcrton, once a week, 0 miles. Leave Dunkirk every Thursday at 0 a in and arrive at Walkcrton by 10 ri in. Leave Walkerton every Thursday at 0 a m and ar rive at Dunkirk by II a in. r> F From Hanover c. b. by Nanovertown, Newcastle and Loyd’s Store to New Kent e. ii. JJ milts, once in t wo weeks. I.eave Hanover r. b. every other Thursday at 8 a m ami arrive at New Kent c. h. by 7 p tn, Leave Nev. Kent c. b. every other Friday at 0 a rn arid arrive at Hanover r. b. by .5 p m. n.». From I fanover o. Ii. to Tay lorsville, once a week 10 mites. I.eave Hanover c. h. bv every Friday at 8 a >n and arrive at Tay lorsville by noon. Leave Tay lor-viilc at /» m and arrive at Hanover C. h. by p in. 0 b From Richmond, by Montpelier, Woodville, Goodwins, dackson, Cuckoovillc. Louisa c. b. N'ew ai I;, (jordon«vi!lcr Harbourville, Cavcsville, Mechanic, .-Manat dsvilfe, nod M’GalrtsysviIle, to I farrisonburg, IJl miles, core a week. Leave Richmond every Friday at at 2/> it> and arrive at Harrisonburg the next IMondav by7 r, pm. I.eave liarrr-onburg every Tuesday at (* a m and nr rive at Richmond on Friday by' 10 et in. t>7. From Harrisonburg, by Lir eville Creek, and I I a v o! More, to IiafiMin, out e a week. It] miles. Ixave Harrisonburg every Tuesday at net >i> and ar rive at Franklin by fi pm. L'"''e ! rank tin every Monday a( 0 a <n and arrive at I f an isotihiMg h\ f, pm. Cd. From Richmond, by f’mvell’s. Dover Mills, Hea ter Dam. Goochland r. !., Poor’s tavern, Columbia, Wilmington, Fnion Mill -, anil Milton, to Charlottes t ill ', tlnir'e a m i k, f:| mill . Leave Ricbmorul every Monday, Wednesday, ami Friday at ’ n in and arrive at Charlottesville bv ft p in. Leave ( liar l< tfrsville every Tuesday, Tltuisdav and a hr r day at 2 » tn and arrive at Hiclnnond by 10 p m. *•7. From Richmond by Short Pump, Johnson’& spri-igs, Watl;in‘vdle. Sliannon Hill, Price’s Tavern. Roindextei’s store, and .Milton, to Charlottesville, once a week, 5 miles. 1 .ei’.vo Hi' iirnond < very I relay at ft ft >■> and arrive at * :Vri!’e on . - !,, g „ „ Le.u u Lhtu lutlcsv'illc even £>uuli**v al-r a in and ar-1 live at Kiclunotul on Monday by 8 j> in. 70. From Staunton, by Jenni tig’s Gap, Deerfield, CloverJalc, Clreuo Valley, Fawcett’s Hath c. b. llot; Springs, Morris’s,Callaghan's, White Sulphur Springs, * Lewis’uurg, to .Meadow 1 >jle Heturn by Panther Gap,! iustead of Jointing’* Gap, otherwise by the same ltoad ] to Staunton, once a week, miles, in a two burse . stage to Meadow Dale. Leave Staunton every Saturday at ~ p in and arrive 1 at Lew ishtirg on Monday by ~ p m and at Meadow Dale the next Tuesday by o' pin. Leave .Meadow Dale evert Wednesday* at C a in and arrive at Staunton the next Saturday by U a in. 71. From Staunton, by Devcricks !*»*•> Heton c h, Hull’s . store, Traveller's He pose, 11 uttonsville, IJevei ly, u ml Buck i ballon to Clarksburg, once a week, ID miles. Leave Staunton every Thui-alay at J p ni and arrive nt Cla rksburg tlie next Sunday by 6 p in. Leave Claikshurg every .Monday at 6 it in and arrive at i Staunton the next Thursday by 10 « »t. 7 2. From Meadow Dale, hv Mouth of Gauley, Shrews bury, IV ew K. Ferry, Kenliawa Falls, .Morris's, Kenlia- i wa Saline, Kenliawa c li, Coles Mouth, Jordan's, Toase’s \ alley, Ward’s, Cabell c h and Goyandoite, to Cut-1 lettsburg, once a week. Lit miles. In a two noise stage ! from Meadow Dale to Charleston. Leave Meadow Dale every Wednesday at 6 n m anil arrive at Kenliawa c h on Thursday by .5 p nj, at Coles Miiutii on 1- lid.tv by 6 ft in and at Catlettxburg on Satur 1 day by 6 p in. Lear e Catlettsburg every Sunday at G <> in anti arrive at i Coles Month on Monday by 7a /><,ntitl arrive at Kenliawa | c li by 10 a in. Leave Kenliawa at IG Lt in and arrive at Meadow Dale Ion Tuesday by !‘> /> in. 73. From Nicholas r h to the mouth of Gauley 1>. once in two weeks, -10 miles. Leave Gauley Uiver every other Thursday at 1 in mill l arrive nt Nirlioia*. c li on Fridav by II a in. Leave .Nicholas c li every other Friday at 1 p wand ar i ■ ivc at Gauley on Saturday liy 3 1 a m. 74. From Coles inourh, by Waln.n Grove, BuJT.iloc, and Point Pleataiit, to Gallipoiis, once a week, of) miles, t Leave Coles Mouth every Finlay at tiA n in nnd arrive I at Gallipoiis on Saturday by dp m. i Leave Gallipoiis every Sunday at G n m and arrive at i Coles Mouth on Monday by 7 am. | 7j. From I.ewisburg, by Browns, and Jordans,to ITun. j tersville or Torahontas c. li. utice a week, 38 miles. I.eave Lewlsbur- evciy Monday nt 3 p in and arrive at I Huntersville on Tuesday by It) a m, | Leave Huntersville every Tuesday at ‘2p in and arrive i at Lc.vi-.bur" on Wednesday by noon. 76 From Bath r. It. bv the Hot Spring's to Allegauv c. h. onre a week, 26 miles. i Leave Bath c. It. every Monday at 6 tr in and arrive at c. it. same clay by 1 p tn. l.t-avc- Allegany c. li. every Monday at 8 a m and arrive at Bath r. h. by t> p tn. 77 l'n.m Until c. It. along tho Valley of Jacksou’s Hi | vet, by Hull's store, and Moores, to Pocahontas r. h. 57 j mile?, once in two weeks. Leave Bath c. ii. every other MonHny at fi n ni and ar j rive at Pocahontas c. li. on Tnesday by 10 a ni. Leave Pocahontas c. h. every other Tuesday at noon and arrive at Hath e. li. tut Wednesday by (ip tn. | 8. From Lcwlsburg, to Uuiontown, Monroe county, 17 ; mih's, once a week, i . Leave l.ewisburg evciy Monday at 2/i tn arrri nrriveat , Umontoww by 6 p tn. j Leave L'niontou n every Monday at G a ru and ntrt'\ca l.ewisburg by 10 a tn. 7'J. From Gilesc. h. to Newbern, once a week, 22 miW. Leave Newbern every Friday at 5 a m and arr'tvc at Giles c. li. by 11 rr tn. Leave Giles c. li. every Fiiday at 1 p ni and arrive nt : Newbern by (ip ni. | ‘Sl}- From Staunton, by Cellville and Millborn, to Btilli i c. h. once a week, 51J uiilev. I „ Lienve every Monday at 2 p m anil arrive at ■ Hath c. li. on Tuesday by 10 a tn. i Leave Hath c. h. every 1 nesday by norm and arrive nt •Staunton on Wtulncsday by 10,r tn. I 82 From Giles r. h. by Lawsons in Logan. l.n^ii c. h. |,,f Lland of Guyandotte, Rig Creek, and Guynin’mUe Falls to Cabell c. h. once in two weeks, 107 miles’, j Leave Giles c. ii. every other Friday at 1 p tn and ar j live at Cabell c. h, the next Wednesday bv Gp tn. Leave Cabell r. h. every other Smiday at 10 a m and | arrive at Gilesc. h. the next Friday by 10 n tn. 82. From Fiueastle, by Newcastle, Covington, Sweet Springs , Lninntown, and Peterstowu, to Giles r. 1,. once a week, 105 miles Leave Fincnstlc every Wednesday at 8 a in and arrive at l niontowii oti Thursday by noon, leave it at low and arrive at Giles c. h. on Friday by 11 a in. Leave Giles c. h. every Friday at ‘2 p & and arrive at Fincnstlc ouSunday by 6 p m. 8.1 From Kin^port, T. by FNtilvillc, Jnrasville, or Lee c. Ii, JUid Rosviiill, to CuniberKinil Gap, once a week 70 i miles. I Leave Kingsport every Wednesday at On „i awl arrive ; at Ctnnherlaud Clap on Thursday by noon. Leave Cumberland Cap every Thursday by 2 » m and j arrive at Kingsport on Friday by 6 pin. ! 81. From Abingdon to DickensOnville, or RttsSel) c. h. 21 miles, once a week. Leave Abingdon every Thursday at 6 a m and airive at Russel c h by 1 1 diu. I-eave Russel c 1. same day at 1 T and arrive at Ah KlDilon by 8p m. I 35, F foul \N \ tbe c h to Jei:.*vsoitvilfe, once a week, *12 I miles. • Leave Wythe c h every Monday at 8 a in and ar.ive at Jeffersonville by 8 p m j Leave Jeffersonville every Tuesday a-t 8 a in and arrive . at Wythe cl) by Up rn. ! 86. From Wythe t. h by Austinville, Circcnvillc, Scull Camp, N. C. Mount Airy, Kincannonvilir, and ftethauia, to Salem, N. C. once a week, 11.3 miles. Leave Wythe c h every Friday at noon and arrive at Creenville on Saturday by 3;«and at Salem the next Monday by 10 « m. Leave Salem every Tuesday at 1 p m and arrive at Wythe c h the next Thursdny by 6/» vt. 87. From Liberty, by Chamldis’s store to Taylor’s store, 20 miles. Leave Taylor’s store every \Y cdr.cstlay at 5 <r vi and ar rive at Liberty by 10 a in. Leave Liberty cTory Wednesday at 2 p >n and arrive at Taylor’s store by 7 p nt. 88. Front Liberty, by Hendrick’s store, Rrowu’s store, Ccnnantown, Rnckymoimt. BickensoiTs store, Smnv Cr.’ and Shady drove, to Henry r h once a week, 80 miles. Leave Liberty every Wednesday at 1 1 n in and arrive at i Henry c It on Thursday by 8p in. J Lcnve Henry c It every Monday at 6 n m and arrive at j Liberty on Tuesday hy Gp in. j 89 From Richmond, by 1*. S. Arsenal, Manakintown, Suhlctts, and Jefferson,to Cartcrsville,once a week. Leave Richmond every Wednesday at 3p viand arr.tc at Cartcrsville on Thursday hy 10rr in. Leave Cmtcrsville c-.cry Tuesday at f> n m and arrive : at Richmond on Wednesday bv 10 n nt. 90. I rom Richmond, hy Lc Profits, Cemito Urirlge, Tow- ! Iiatnn c h, Bnliesville, Cumberland c I). Raines, New Store,' 1 loorls, and Concord, to Lynchburg, twice a week in staee*! i 120 niilef. h “ | Leave Richmond every Monday and Wednesday nt6«' m and arrive nt Lynchburg on Tuesday and 'lliurgdav bv •1 p in. 3 \ Leave Lynchburg every Wednesday and Friday at 1 n \ nt and arrive a* Richmond on Thursday and Saturdav by 2 p in. 7 3 ! 91 From Lynchburg, by Liberty, Whccly’s Old Store1 and Rig lack, to Salem, twice a week, 59 miics. Leave Salem cvciy Tuesday and Thursday at 3 a /« and arrive at Lynchburg hy 8 p nt. Leave Lynchburg every Wednesday and Friday at 3 a m '''V1 ?.r,,vc Liheiiy hy 10 a m and at Salem by Up iU , V '""1 Lyncl.burg IO R. Davis’s store, to return by the Now brick Church,once a week, 22 miles I Txavc Lynchburg every Friday at | p m ftn(1 atrivc I at Pivis s store \*y 7 p in. Leave Davis’s store every Friday at .3 a m and arrive nt kyni til'trrg by 1 1 n rn. 03 From New London, by Clayton’s store. Anf,IO I ord, Monroeton. A cwbills, a ml J. Smith’s to Pitt-lvanh c I-once a week, to re,„m by Callnud’s store, and Ja-cvillc fo i\ew l/on'lon, ,/j niiles. Leave New f.ondon every Wednesday ;,t If „ arrive at Pittsylvania r |, on Thursday by 2 1 Leave Pittsylvania c h every Tuesday at f, „ „IK| : | uve at New London on Wednesday hy 8 a m 91 From Powhatan, by Cartcrsville, New' PJhN, J drirlgo s, Rockingham c. h and Rent Creek, ,o Floods, o„re ’ a week, GO miles i Leave Powhatan every Monday at 11 ft a„d arrive at Hoods on Tuesday hy 6pm f rTbes.fa,:W,STVtry.'Vr,,nrS-!,y *' 7 " « ^<1 arris* ■ lOl-n* in on 1 yjrs rjr bv Toy i'j. Ft dm LiuVilax c h by Mcadsi-dtV, Liberty Halt* Spt’ufg Garden* Pittsylvania c Ii, Ctilland's store, Di.wille, llcnrv c Ii, Penn's stoic, lluglicsville, Patrick c Ii. Webb's, Ladd:s anil Chcsnut Bridge, and Geiinatuuwn in Salem N. om e a tveek, Id l miles. Leave Salem every Tuesday at 3 p in and anive at j Halifax c Ii on Saturday by I 1 a m. Leave llalil.ix c b eveiy Saturday at 1 p nt anil ar rive at Salem on Tuesday by 1 p in. P6. Limn Callands stme to Lewd!?, once a week, JO miles. Leave Oalland's store every Saturday at 6 n in and ar rive aj Leeville by 1 1 a in. Leave Lee villa every Sutuiday at 1 ji> m and arrive at « Calland’s store by 7 p lit. 07. From I’rluce Kdwnrd rli by Prospect, Hermitage, j W beelor’s Springs, Kaleigh, Chilton's and Kelso's store, to Concord, once a week, 48 miles. Leave Prince Kdwnrd c h every Friday at 10 a in and ariive at Concord on Saturday, by noon. Leave Concord every Wednesday at | pm and arrive at-Prince Kdvvard c It on Thursday by 6 pm. US. From Lynchburg, by Bctlicl, Pcdlm Mills, Wincnn ton, Lexington, and Millshoto's, to Green Valley, once a vvepk, 7 i miles. Leave Lynchburg c.very Fiidny nt 7 a ill and arrive at Green Valley ou Saturday by noon. Leave Gieen Valley every Wednesday noon and ar rive at Lynchburg on Thursday by 6 p ui. 99. From Lynchburg, by Campbell c h. Ward's, Mary ville, Giecnhill, Grnsty’s store. Chalk Level, and Hour’s stove, to Pittsylvania c h, Watkiu'xstore, Island Ford, amt Leaksville, to Rockingham c h, IS'. C. once a week, 102 miles. Leave Lynchburg every Friday nt G a in and ariive at Pittsylvania c h on Saturday by 11 « »/i, and at Rock ingham on Sunday’ by 1 l a in. Leave Rockingham every Tuesday at norm and arrive at | Pittsylvania c Ii on \\ ednesday at norm, and at Lynchburg | no Thursday hv6u in. ltlO. From Pitt.-ylvaui a c b to Danville, oiiet* a week 2f) miles. . Leave Danville every Saturday at 6 a >n and arrive at Pittsylvania by II u in. Leave Pittsylvania every Satin.lay nt 1 t> m and arrive at Danville by 7 p in. KM. From Halifax c h by Marseille-, Mount Pleasant Wilkinson’-. Danville, and West Castle, to Cuswell c I., N. C. <*nce a week, oil miles. I.ca\c. Caswellh every Friday at C, a m and ariive at Halifax e. h on Saturday bv I 1 n in. Leave Halifax r. h . v< ry Saturday at 1 p „i and arrive at C a swell c: h uu r*nit(fay by (j m. 10'J. From Danville, by Batchelor's Hall, Idan.l Ford f.pakcsville, K. C. Jackson, Spring Garden, Scale’s on Mayo, iiiisviilc. Gaiter's, Mimic's, ami Mb... Anst 111 ville, 1 JO milt:*, onro in two week. Leave Danville cveiy other Wednesday at 6 a m and arrive nt AiiMiuvillc on Saturday hv G p m. 1/O.ave Austin ville every other Sunday at Gam ami ar rive at Danville on Tuesday hv G p tn. 103. From Richmond, hy Chesterfield r h, Mechanic'* Inn, Providence Too, Springfield, Colesvillc, Wilkin-onviile, t.enito Hiidge, TunMinston, Cashel's store, Amelia r. I. 1 ten ms, Perkiiisonviile, Painesville, Deatousvillc, James town, Farm ville, and Prince Kriwurd, to Charlotte c li,inure a week, 127 miles. L-ave Charlotte c h every Monday at 3 p m anQ arrive nt Richmond on 1 lulrsday hv ti p hi. Leave Richmond every F.i.lay at 8 n ,u and arrive at I i rkijisonville on Saturday by 1 1 ,j >», and at Charlotte c h on Monday hv !1 am. 101. From PcikinsonviRe, hy Rison's, Miller's, Aloorc’s, ami Kills s, to Charlotte r. h ot.re a week,-15 miles Leave Pc.kinso.ivillo every Saturday at noon and arrive at ( havlnttc c it on Sunday noon. Leave Charlotte c l. every Sunday at 1 p m and arrive at I crkinsnnvillr on .Monday l>y 2 p m. 105. From Charlotte c li by Rough Creek Church, Read's | anr| M’Reynnltl's store to Campbell c li, once a v.et’k. ■10 milra. Leave Charlotte r li every Monday at 6 a m and arrive at ( nmphell c It by 6 p tu. Leave Campbell e h every Stmday at 8 a m and arrive ill C.ltarlolte c It by 8 j> in. R'fi. 1 imn Richmond, hy Ilauovertown, AylettV, Claik v" e, and Miller s, to Tappahannoe, onre a week, 57 miles. Leave Richmond every Wednesday at 2 p „> and arrive at d appahnnnnc ou 'J hursday by 6 p m Leave Tapp;,1,amine every Tuesday ni 0 u m and arrive at Richmond on \\ ednesday by 10 a in. 1«. From Richmond, Piping Tu'c, fving William c h, \\ alkcrton, Stcvensville, King and Queen c h, Little r y",’n" ’’a ,a,>S’ Glouces;crJ and North End to Matthews c 11, 102 miles, once a week. Leave Richmond every Wednesday at G a m and arrive at Matthews c li on Friday hy 10 a to. Leave Afctthews c I. every Friday at'ip and arrive at Richmond ou .Sunday hy 6p m. G ,S; Fr0,n TaPl,ahan»fc to 'Richmond e h once a week, -.1 0,u ~ PV,’ry l ,iJ;'-v at <» a in and arrive at rappahannoe bv o a m. r J*Wnha"anv at 10 a ... a ml arrive at Richmond . m p. I*ic,,m°n«l» l»y Frazer’s, New Kent c. 1». AUns, W, iHinrmbui-ff. Yorklmrn, Half Wat House, and Hampton, to Norfolk, three times a week I 11 miles. .unCVnt -U 00 fVery Tucsd:,y’ and Ha i ™.a.T' at:,J P"‘ ar>,d »rr"v a« Norfolk on Wednesday, l riday and Sunday by p ,n y’ ! , I'e»ve Norfolk every Monday, Wednesday, and Fri 7^-. m ~ P m nml !urive at Jli«*»»nond the next day by I |njIVs°- 1Vom <« Warwick, once a week, 12 LcavoVoik.own every Wednesday at 6 a m and ar rive at \\ arwick bv 0 a m. h l^;;vn* '7arwick at 10 a "» a"d arrive at York town uJ1'; //nn? I:;cknoHd, by Newmarket, and Montpe Ii.t, lo t bnrles C My c. b. once a week, 30 miles. Leave 1 barks City c. h. every Monday al G a m and arrive at J.iclimond bv 2 p m ,1SrtL!*;.’!'-°n1 3c,r T“«*»r ill 0 a m and arrive at t harlo-, CM3 f" k. by (1 p m. !'ro'n lyy Lombardy, and BevilV Brid c,to Ainc.ia c. Ii. onoe a rvctk, 10 miles. Leave I etersbnrg every Wednesday at G a in and i arrive al Amelia by 5 p m. rno'T.'p AnU;!ia C’.h' Crcr-V T»«^y »t o a m and ar rne at I ctersburg by I p ,n. Vl!,‘VriT IIc.lcrsbiirST. by Dinwiddic r. b. DarweWs, , illnge Hill Morgansville, Blacks and Whites, Hen dersonville, Nottoway c. b. Jeffery’s Store, Hungary-j Sic 7 n f-’lnrt** Pleasant Grove, Ilavlicsbur^J U 3 ..csburg, Buntysville and Hcottsburg, Halifax c. | bv Vrnnr!\ pn"', ro,"c to Morga.i,ville, thence, a'rrejfc" ls7 mil", 0| 10 '’«•«*•*. <■”« | Leave Petersburg every Wednesday at G a m and i arrive at Pleasant Grove on Friday by' 7 a m, at Wil- i lurdavf r; t r,da} h’V ■’ r ,n and iiali^ c. h. on Ha- i uirday by 11 n rri. Leave Halifax e. !,. every Saturday at 2 n m and ar- 1 rive at Petersburg on Tuesday bv 6 p in j »' **■«* »r viifj^/’om ,’c,<’rsbr,rg, by Prince George. Garvs field’FverMi’TS ‘Ttf; ’’ Urnn t’nMie, Pint I, folk ’ 1 * •nifli'lk, and Poilsmouth, to Nor lolk, three times a week, !0G miles .urdav?»oClCr,bl,r^ CVCry Thursday and Ha I'ridaj and Tuesday, Tbursrlav and Ratur rVZ iS/SSL^ Xc'cnba,s -' MG. F,om Smitbfield, bv Tsk of Wight C. h. and f nrrigwangh, to South (May. 3 1 miles. 3 s„„irQ,^;nbrrr;:',r'r) r,w"j *•*»-"*« »•; rtiTAX’;': s***’ *,0am an" - » 17. 1 rom Petersburg!, to Cifv Point, twice a work, *». inucs. I.rave Petersburg every Monday and Thursday at noon and arrive at City Point by :ipm. Leave City Point every Monday and Thursday at 5 a rn and arrive at Petersburg by 0 am. 1BI. From Cabin Point, by .7. Kdmund’s, Baileys burg, L rqubart s Store and C*. Boyer’s, to South Quay • ,^n'!PM^n«C«hy J‘ 1 .awrent e’s and fir,.,hart’s’ orvy to Cabin Poiof, on^c ^ wrrk. Leave Cabin Puiut cvcjy Saturday at i pm ;uu- „r. rive at South Quay ou Sunday by G p in. Leave South Quay every Friday at G a in and ami, at Cabin Point on Saturday by 11 a in. 110. From Pctcrsbuig, by Sussex c li, Littleton n. Mavis’s, Goman’s Well, Jerusalem, and South Quay, \-, Murfieesboio’, , nee a week, 66 miles. Leave Petcisburg every Friday at G a in and arriw at iMui frceshoio’ on Satuidav by -1 p m. Leave Murfreesboro’ every Wednesday at 6 a in and arrive at Peteisburgon Thursday by 4 p vt. I 20. From Petersburg, bv Southerland’s, Loinbatdy, Amelia c li, Pcrkiusonville, and Jlisonville, to Jennii.g’s Old Ordinary, once in two weeks, r#7 miles. Leave denning’s every other Monday at G a in and ariiveat Petersburg on Tuesday by 10 a in. Leave Petersburg at 2 p in, aDd arrive at Jenning’* on v\ ednesday by G p m. 121. From Mick’s Ford, and ITalcv’s Bridge, to Mur iiecsburo’, once in two weeks, 33 miles. Leai e 1 licks’ 1- ord every other Satuiday* at G a in, and arrive at Murfreesboro’ by 6 p m. Leave Murfreesboro’every other Friday at G a in and arrive at llick’s Ford by G p in. 122. From ITnrrisvillc, by Field’s .Mill, Quarlcsvillc, Kennedy’s, M’Farland’s, Lunenbuig c li, Watsboro’, Ketonsvillc, Shacklefords, Greensboro’, Ihdvstovvn] Ferry lull, Clarkesvillc, Abbey ville, Spanish Grove, Christians illc, Yatcs’storo, Ilusbeyinill, and Mill Grove] to Lunenburg c li, and thence io llariisville, once a week, 106 miles. Leave Marriavillc every Wednesday at 11 a in, ami arrive at ClarksviIIc*on Friday hv G p m. Leave C'laiksville every Saturday at G a in, and ar rive at Murrisvilleon Monday by 2 p m. 123. From Petersburg, by Fnrnliaiti’s store, Miclw’ .Fori!, Lock Landing, Halifax. F.nfield. and MbNcaiY ' store, to Tai boro’, once a week, 03 miles. The proposer will stale his price for cam ing the mail twice as well asnnco a week. Leave Petersburg cverr Mondav and Friday at 4 a in, and auivc at Taiboro’ on Tuesday and Satuidav by 0 a in. - Leave Tarboro’ every Wednesday and Saturday at t p m, awl arrive at Petersburg on Thursday and Satur day by 7 pm. II i* .1 Mail is to he curried In l>ntncy\ mnl Dusu tn's store, every If "ednesday. 12 1. From Porcival’s, by Ilrunswick c h, Gan’s imll, Lewisville, Oak Grove, Columbia Grove Vine yard, South 11 ill, Lombardy Grove, llackington and Langley’s Old Store, St. Tammany’s, Crigl.ton’s, Gcc bridge and Lewisville, to Percival’s, 03 miles_10 miles. Leave I’ercival’s everv Wednesday at 3 m ar.j rc. Him to Pcrcival’s the next Friday bv G ,, 125 From Hick’s Ford, by Cross' Keys, Bethlehem, Jerusalem and Urqubarl’s Stoic, to Suffolk, once in in ,r weeks, 75 miles. Leave I Nek’s Foik every other Tuesday at 3 », and arrive at Suffolk on Thursday by 6 p m\ ’ Leave Suffolk every other Friday at 5 a m, and Ar rive at Hick’s Ford on Sunday by 9 a in. 12*5. From Norfolk, by Kempsvillc, and Princess Ann c h, to London Bridge, once a week miles Leave Norfolk every Wednesday at 9 a m, and arrive at London bridge by 5 p in. Loave London Bridge cv * ry Tuesday at 10 a in ami arrive at Norfolk on Wednesday by G a in. 127. From Halifax c b, to Danville, once a week Leave Danville every Saturday at 3 a in, and airiyc at Halifax c h by 11 a rn. 1 Leave same by 2 p in, and arrive at Danville on the same day by 9 a in. NOTES. 1. The I’ost-Mastor General may expedite the m»ifa and alter the times for arrival and departure, at any (i,„e during the continuance of the contract, he pa vine- m adequate compensation for any extra expense that may be occasioned thereby. 1 - 2. Seven minutes shall be allowed for openin- and S°pSc5’ “ "‘iCCa ",U!re P»nfc«l»Mime 3. For every fifteen ininules delay, in arriving after the time picscribed many contract, the contractor shall forfeit ten dollars; and, if the delay continue until H e departure of any pending mail, whereby a trip is lost -i forfeiture of double the amount allowed for car ,lC,mai onc t.r,P &1haJ1 bc incurred, unless it shall be made to appear that the delay was occasioned by un avoidable accident; ,n which case the amount of pay for a trip, will he forfeited. These foi fehurcs it wilf be observed are unconditional, except for the failure of i trip, by unavoidable accident, the penalty may be re duced to the pay for one trip. That on no conditio,, is Hus sum or t.,c other penalties stated, to be remit I. Persons making proposals are required to state ll.e.r prices by the roar. Those who contract will re ceivcthe.rpaj quarterly-in the months of May. Ju „n,t. N m ember, and 1 ebruary,one month after the < v piralion of each quarter. l,,ccx* ed lo^rry'‘"“'“'‘“'I bca.'.pinj. (7 Where the proposer intends to convey the mail in he body of a stage carriage, he is desired o state/t h»s proposals; and the stage must be of sufficient i ze lenger8 V,SCCXprCSSed’ to commodate seven pas! 7. Every proposer may offer in his bid, to make -nv improvement m the transportation of the rnni ten?, tne terms invited, either as to the mode ofTransim, mg.t, the speed required, or the frequency of the uiil per wcek-whteh shall receive due consideration. 1 II, 0 n|u/|nbcr °r post route shall be stated in evorv old, and the proposal must be sealed and directed the General Post Office, and endorsed St net attention must l>e given to the endorsement’ as until Ei,nlCnfdCd t° break the seal of any propo’sil I '-^/-recetvrng bids shall have expired ‘ ’ r:_i;. J*,e 1 wl-Master General reserves to himself the ni‘V declaring any contract at an end. whenever trip.fa",rC ‘nppt'ns’ 'v,"cb amounts to the loss of a lb The distances stated are suH, t i rnunieatcd to this office, and some of (hern may*! C°!n' may he necessary for the performance of the UeV m drall be required to purchase from the present con I tractor, at a reasonable valuation, (he whole or n 1 of the stage properly, including horses that may he sed p“«e" 4“™ ’ ** r“J' bcco,,,cs J“«. «’r ** Mi These terms will he made a condition in the arern tancc of any hid under (he bid of the nrrseot t-,. i tor; and should the uudcrbrddcr fail to cLply li b him his bad will he offered to the present contractor bn should he decline making the cm,tract at bat rale the SnX underbidder ,rill be accepted „„oond'! ° 11. No bid shall be withdrawn after the time for r^ teiS; KKir “tzstrzttx iz: ;,™ro "Tuirii.wn.cn.nii, i;:: 1 -• If a route should be discontinued bv fmere.. become useless, in whole, or in part in the R ^ the Post-Master General, he mav liVni ir l °p,n,0n n( the service of the rontraefor, ori rnakino- ' .,spcnso with. ancc of one month’s extra pay. ^ "m 3,1 a^mr~ 13. The contracts are Kn'm . day of January next, and to coni,mm four y°e" r * ^ JOHN JVl’HEAN, T>,,-.r i» T*osl-Master (Jenrrat. n,r orrrefe OrrATiT.wrN-T. July J 2(h, 7 T. JO,