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F trmers ot Virginia & Maryland, j K',l men by the it prefent* t*at I fedediJi «". turner el Cssieoovis county j (Itteol N'cw Vawk, did <,n the U t of O&ofeertn the year tso.i, grant unto Davio Pomjok of thecit; of Wafhing , t./o. apow rtov*d -the right to uic my ' Pateat Midkine within the dates ot Vireinii sinl S_«rtlan_, which rid»t wm tstiatd to me by Patent from the Prs&dcnt of the United State*-and where*» faid Polotk wns bonnd to pay ftri<a attention to the bull nefs of fellwg f«* Patent d/hw ;but as I "md n-irh a hath ioaz, Mftl «2 a™ informed £aid "otock fcath removed frcm taid ftate ot Vi. rinia to the ftato of Georgia, and totally nWtca faid buuoefs. New taefefote,, looby thciie prefenti *forc»er dii^nnul?llthe j of ri'/htin hid agency et«r eonhdedto iai.J Poiock by me, and in his room and ttead have aopointed JAMBS LINSSV of tut Oate «f Nsw York, my true and Uwful attoracy .or fclHsg faid rightr, within the date of Ola Oivpn nndrr my baud and leal the »6th diyef v.pril 1807. _ _ V jhi)-iDI- H T. TURNER, .'n prcfence at Thomas Copoobi En-h Culii",?- M*y »3--|t iv>«ay 715—■-,,•■ _ _^_____________. ~~ Treasury Department, ) May Ist, 1807 S PROPOSALS rX be received at the Treasury till L©th of June next inclusive, for bttilfiMig a light house on an island si ne'mouth of the River Mis-j rippi,-according to the designs and eps&fed by B. H, Latrobe, The light hoe ■ circular tow er forcing a truncated cone 27 feet diameter at the top of the basement, e< t diameter at the top of the plat form, which forms, the floor of the anthem, and 81 feet 7 inches from natural surface of the ground to ,latf:irm. The foundation to ink 8 feet six inches oelow the surface ol the ground-* and 28 feet 6 inches In diameter, is to rest on idles «' ■,''■■ ■-:i 20 feet into the earth, and to corfslst bf, a reversed Cupola of brick ! external diameter, 7 feet 6 inchis in depth, and beaded in'a work of solid masonry, one foot thick _ above the piiing, and which must fill the whole space dug for the Foundation and not occupied by the said Cupola. A Circu 'm.'wall 3 feet 6 inches high, and 2 leet 3 inciies wide to be built of well bonded broad rough stones upon the rim of the reversed Cupola, and upon the solid, wall in which it is i dde The exterior wallot the tow er irom the con of the bi.setncnt is to ,vo feet thick, built of wrought free stones perfectly jointed and bedded, in pn part less than two feet thick on the dech stony gofrjg'«JUite through the exterior to b? Cblsselled Fair ; the interior rough pointed. Six eqotdrstant listener brick wails, two id a half thick, ea'chi must be onded with \\\e external wall and ex tend within the tower, their interior forming the well ot the stair case h i 12 feet wide at the surface of grbUrtd. T_<Jse buttress walls Hist be founded upon sprayed arches' turned on a brick wall, erected be rim of a smaller Irveraed Cupo la turned withirt the larger one) to he. j together at each revolution oi the stairs, by brick splayed arches, form, well of the staircase and extending to the external wall oi the tower ; and on the crown ot those ved arches, reversed arches must irned, the reversed feet of which support the buttresses above. Those rmlng a succession of recesses rising with '.he spiral line Ot steps will to *he eWatlon of fifty feet ; and thence upwards the interior ■ lining of bricks is to be built solidly and well bonded with the external wall t.ithe top of the tower, the three up per courses of free stones excepted, Which are to go through the whole j Wall in single blocks. The spiral si case 12 feet diameter at thu surface of 1 the ground, and 8 Feel diameter at the ! top of tiie tower is to Consist of 133 | steps of Pennsylvania marble with a 9 . inches newell supported on a capped , lree stone pillar, resting on the centre if the foundation Cupola; the other ends of the steps to be supported by, * . go six inches into the brick but es aid arches above described. A ie platform to cover that part of the Cupola which is not occupied by *he first st lit s; and the platform v. Inch :- the floor of the lantern to consist of ten slabs of murble well jointed to gether and projecting three inches be yond the upper course of free stone. The entrance into the lantern to be through a sheet iron door sliding on , rollers. The lantern 3 feet 6 inches 1 diameter) and 9 teet 6 inches high, is « be fixed in its place by 12 strong iron fe-irs, worked solidly six feet six inch to the wall and secured at the lov.cr end by strung cross bolts one foot i': length, with a..crew six inches long! ttbove the stone work. The twelve * corner po«ts of the lantern to be also iron bars, turned with a flat foot tbr< nidi which the screws of the an chor bar? must pass and be^strongly fastened to the nuts ; --their upper ends being riortieed into a strong circular iro.i ring, up n which the it oft rafters ere 1 v tied' The rafters to be also framed into an iron hoop with a copper funnel and a large copper ventil.ior above turned by a vane. The space between the corner posts to be occupied by strong iron sashes glazed with 10 by Iss of the hr quality, and one of ' the sushesto be hung on hinges for a _oor to &o out on the platform which is to be 1 Mirronnded by ircn ballU.s trades 3 feet hi jh with a r.u'l *n<\ a strong v»i:e getting carried from tin the eaves of rhe lahtefn. The necessary lamp <;r lamp*,' by iron chains or supported on ii< n f?ct ; and a close stove be placed in the lau teru. I The building to be painted jbe provided with two complete elcctri j cal rods with gilt points ; and to have 'one dodt, and at each revolution ot ; stairs two Opposite windows 2 teet by 9 hlchi s, j The keeper's dwelling house to he | erected round the basis of the tower forming a concentric circular buihiing entirely ot brick, and of GO feet exter nal diameter, including that of the tower. The foundation sunk 4 feet, to rest on piles driven 20 feetintothe sarth, and to he 2 and a half bricks thick, con tinuing of that thickness 3 teet 6 inches above the ground. The wall to rise 10 fart higher 2 bricks thick, to be con nected with the external wall of the light house by nine partition brick walls arid to have ' internal brick piers from which at the elevation of six feet above, the base wall spring arches against the body of the light house : and on the top of these carriage arches segment arches must be turned All round the building. The house to oe furnished with two stacks of ckir.i nles, and Xo have twelve external doors or windows, and also internal doors coininnrdc.ting from one room to ano« ther ; rikJ tlv intern*! w»Ui ahd cell* Ittgs to be pi listered. A circular pWza ten feet wide, tobe erected round the dwelling house, rest ing n» a foundation brick wall of one and a half brick thick, sunk five feet below the groancl rising three feet above the same and coped with free stbhe ; into which 24 east iron pillars 8 feet 8 inches h.|gh are to be fixed. The piazza to have two porches formed by arched brick wills connecting it With the. dwelling bouse. On the top o the pillars, plates arc to belaid trained together and support ing a ceiling floor. A framed root co vered with cypress shingles, to Cover both the dwelling house and piazza. The interval between the walls of the piazza of the dwelling house and of the light hOUte, to be filled with the rub bisrh, sand or earth, as high as the top of the bas« wall ; and ooth the piazza and dwellinrr house to be paved with brick. All the bricks to be sound Philadel phia bricks, A more particular written descripti on and drawings of the building m seen by applying at the Treasury in Washington, or to Mr. Latrobe at Phi ladelphia. Separate proposals will also be re ceived for the freight of not more than 800 tons of stone, either from the Dela ware and Potomac, and of not more than 250,000 bricks from Philadelphia to the mouth or the Mississippi The stones and bricks to be delivi red within the bar will be received on board of lighters. May 11—eplm ; v A Farm tor Sale. !~HR Suf fcriber being defiroui of remov ing from this ftate tbeeohting fall, «>fTers for faie the well improved trait <«f L.A N* > h» now occupies in Montgomery count?, 19 miles from Georgetown, 30 from FrederiCktown, 14 from Leefb'irg, and -a rom Mcffre. How ie's aad Hnrfey's mills, containing 246 Acres, one half of thi* tr*c"t abounds with wood, the greneft r>roportoi> of the Other Half ha* been lately r eared end ia under good fe icirta> ; the quality of the land is inferior to once ill tne neighborhood, and on nlmuft every part of r, a c never lading fprings of exci-'.'ent w;tcr. The improvcminte are on a healthy a.ii handfome fitpatloo, cempofed of a neat aid well finifhed Dwel'ing Houfe, 36 feat by I*, two good rooms with a fire-place in each on the lower fl -or, and two well finifliej moms on thefenond, with a gow.l kitchen, 19 * 1 by 15, with other iiectflary biii'citniics; the whole late y hui't of the heft material*, a large yird, well f et in fnvlifh. grafs, and ga'-i'en wili pailed in in ; convenient to the buildings are two young OncuAans, juft I becorring ufeful compofed of 600 Fruit tret:* of the heft fcletfted fruit—in flinrt, no pains ha*, been fpared to render this pace pleafant ! and comfortable—-thefe advantages fli mid ! early sttrett the attention of the man of in- I duflry, cr the man of e*fc and independence, being kut a few hours ride from the city of > Wafni gton :nd Georgetown, and efpecially when a barga.n may be had, on the payment of one half the purchafe money if an early app'ication He made to the lubfrriber who wil fli?w the premises, or to Mr. John Koye, in Co getowfl Alfo for Sale 2000 acres of excellent L * ND, in Allcg-.uy county, com pofed of well <ele&ed traces—choic lands will be ficwn to any perfon difpo'ed t» purchafe, in the months of July and Atigilft next, when j the. fubferiber propo'es fpending a tew weeks ] in th-it county, and when go*d bargains may be had. JOHM ORM_. Montgomery county, Md. ? May *5 .Ht 5 The thorough Bred Horie MONiICELLO, NOW IN HIGH ORDER. Vr ILL be Let to Mare« the enduing feafon, to comsrience the firft of April, at my feat, near Georgetown at FIPTAEW POLLERS, per Mare, for which a note muft be fent pay able the firft of September, and one dollar to the groom; or in lieu thereof, Eievxn Dox- LAit in money. Good and extenfi»e pafturaec, well enclof ed, at 50 cents per week, and the mare fed, if required, at the market price, for which the money muft be Sent 'I be greateJl care taken tq prevent ?cci.:onfs or efc pc», nut wi.'i not be rcfponfihlr for cither JOHN TvIKfLKELD. J IvfarVh eg —tf _f I WAN Ililj TO lI'RL, BY the year in almall a OMAN ' fc'Vi.i t who uiiUcil a I • ~ in l w an;t ironing—to fuch a perf n who can ;:: r ges will be given. In-juire of Jcftna Dawfo. , v>ppo lite the »v..f>. oty M~k6t. Mi; »'-* TRIAL or Co. AA RO-VB UR R. ( W V.SCOTT Et CO. I Eleventh street near Pennsylvania avenue, Wuihington ci'tf, AN?ORM the public, that they have en gaged Mr. THOMAS CA*tPBNT_R, one of the moft able and correct Stenographer* in 'the United, rfutes, to attend the Circuit C*mrl to commence it* feflion m Richmond, on the amd of thi* month; and if the trial comes on, to publifh as fpecdily as pefiibte, a full and complete account of it, accompanied jby all the document* relative to thie iu_-o | rahle and important deciiiaii. Mty iB4-rf ■ I Hkighty Dollars Reward. Ranaway on the 12th July ißoj, from on board the iloop George (Alex andria aud Norfolk packet), * ncfjrro fcl'ow named JAMBS, (nicknamed Re.i eyed Jim, ©win? to that pan of his eye* being red « hich in other people's eye* :♦ white) ba* a Urge nofe, heavy lo k> i* fleut and well made, about 34 yttrs of age ; he is en artful fellow ard s piece of a fador t will give 30 dollar* 11 fecuret! in any jail fo that I get him again wth all rcafonable- charges, or the fame it 'jilivercdto mc in Norfolk—and the further fu«l of 50 dollar* for fuch information at will ccovidt in a ccurt of juftice, any perfon or peribne of harboring laid flave James. July 18th ißoj. N B Lhave good information that laid negro James wa« feen at Blenheim near Mr. Laidler's ferry, Char es cosnty Maryland, on the 15th May 1807, and was in the employ or fervice of a Mr. Nott TRIiTRIM BUTLER. May »a— Public _ale. (_)n the 6th day of jeee next, will be foU for cafh. all the right and intereft of John Cole* in that valuable property, known on the plai of the city of Wafhington called Lot* No. 3 and 4 in fqutrc No 9, with 4 large ftooe Warehoule, and Wharf and a larg* brick Dwelling Houfe, or fo much thereof a, may b« neceffarj to fatltify a writ of Fir* iffued out of the circuit court at the fuitof JoLnl-iay againft John Cole,—talc at the Union tavern in Georgetown at 4 P. *VL DANt. BtfSSARI), i-* D. C BRENT, marfhah May 14—tdf This is to give notice, that the fubferiber ol the city ot Wafhington in the diftriilo. Columbia, hath obtained from the Orphan* Coer< of Prince Oeo'ge's craaty in the ftate of Maryland, letter* of adminitkr* rum on the perlonal eflate of fhoenae Ducket late of laid county deceafed, All pcrfonr having claim* :he faid deceafed are hereby warned to ezkibit the lame with the voucher* thereof, to the fubferiber on or be fore the firlf day »1 iclofer next, they may orherwile by law be e~. luded from all benefit <ni the faid eftite Thole indebted to the Jeceafed axe defired to make immediate pay ment AIXEN B. DUCK»? TT, Adm. City of Waftingtou, Mafch it —tf igsr All claim* forwarded by snail muft be poll paid. ' yw_ r -.~. _______ District of C' Innbia, County of Washington, to wit: IN the cafe at VILLI A M DYKR an infol vent debtor, confined in tne prifon of Wafii ington county f..r debt—Notice is therefore hereby given to the creditor* of the faid Wm. Dye;, that .on Monday the ift day of June mat at the hour of io o'clock, A. M. the prefcribed by tbe aft of enti tled," An act for the relief o'infolveut debtors within ihe di 'ri.fl of Columbia," wi 1 be ad miniftcred to the f-'d Oyer, and a truftee appointed unlcfs fumcl'nt caufe be then and fl-erc fhewn to the contrary It i* ordered that rhi, notice be publifhed in the National InfeliiJjcncer three times before that day By order of the hoi in. lanch, efq. chief jwhre of the circuit conrt ot the diftrict ot Columbia, By Order WM. BRENT, ck. May ao—3t This is to give Notice, H 'vT the Bubfcriber hath obtained from the Orphan* cwurc of Wafhington county, in the ilillrici of Columbia, Letter* of Admi- D'ft.-ation on the perfonal eflate of Jofeph Calvert late of faid county, deceafed—-11 perfons havi ig claimn agaiuftthe faiddeceaf ed arc hereby warned to exhibit the fame with the wcucher* thereof, to the fu>fcriber in faid county on or before the 13th day o. Novamber next, they msy othcrwiie by law be .xc.uded from all benefit of faid eftute. Given und«r my hand thi* nth day of Mjy. 1-C7. . CALVERT, adtt'r. May 13 —W3t I Purfuant to the above order, I wi! be offered for fale, on Friday the »6 I day o' June next to the hightft bidder, a.i th'-. perfocal property of Jofeph Ca'vert de tcafed, at his late d»-eliing on F ftreet, confift ing of the intereft ia laid houfe, fome Houfehold Furniture, Carpenter* tool* &c. Three month* credit on all fum* above 30 dollar with approvid note* or bonds, bearing ii'terift from th« day ot fale, all turns under calk. ANN CALVERT, Adm'r. May 13— *»3t Notice is hereby given, '*■ H.*T that tbe fubferiber hath obtained f'O.-n the Orphan* Court of Wafhington j c . i.ty, in the diftrict of Columbia, letters of adtninifiracion on the pcfonai eftatc of WlL •.< BWINTON, fate ol the ciry of Wih- dtce»f«d, All p«rf"e_a haying < againn. iaii'eftitf, are htrc l >y warnesl to exhi bit tie fame with tha voucher* thereof, to ; the (üb'.cril.er. on or before the 15th d.iy of October next, they may otherwile by law be I excuiiied frotta all btDcfit of faid eflate. Given under my hand tbia 15th day o . 1807 (iiORCB BLAG DEN. y.t liLiAS ' ~L, 11 HM removed hi* Office to the houfe lately by Mr, Law, ia Capital Hill. ] July 2b—ti PROPOSALS for carrying the MAILS of the United States, on the following Post Roads, will be received ct the General Post Q™ce in Washingtor., until ihe \stdiy of July next, inclusive. IN MAINE. 1. Fraro Scodic fails by Scodic, Den nryiviUe, Machine, Jones, Addifon, Harrington, Steatyen and Goulcfboro', to Sullivan, once a W?e"k» My 1 to November 1. Leave Scodic falls every WedneMay at 2pm and arrive at Dsnneylville by 6p m. Leave OenneylytHe nt 7 p m, and arrive nt Sullivan tiie next ."i.itur day by 6 pm. Returning. Leave Sulbvao every Sunday at 6 a m, ar rive at D.;r.ueyfvi!le on Wedin I'd y by 6ii in. Leaf? Denneylville st 7 a m and arrive at Scoiiic fall* by 10 a >n. November 1 to May 1. Leave Scodic falls every Friday at 6 am, and arrive At Sullivan on Mon day by 10 o m. Leave Sullivan on Monday at 2p m, Sc arrive at S'jodir falls on T huri'iay by 6 p m* 2. From Denneyiville to Eaftport once a week. Denncylvdle e very Wednefday at 7 am, and airive ai Eartport at 9a m. Leave Eattport at noon, St arrive at Dan ney l"v die by 2 p m. 3. From Sullivan, by Trenton, Blue hill, Caftine, Buckfton, Proip'Ct, B*l hft and Ducktrap, to Camden, once a week. ncaai November 1 to May V. Leave Sullivan every Monday at 1 p m, 8c arrive at Omden on Wednelday by 6 p m. Leave Camden every Satur day at 6 a m and arrive at Sullivan on Monday by 10 a m. 4. From Buckltcn, by Frankfort, Ham;*d«n, Bangor, Eddington and Pr ion, to Backlton, once a week. Ler.ve Buckfton every Friday at 8 a m, and arrive at Eddington by 4 p ». Leave Eddington every Saturday at 4 a m arid arrive at Buckftoa on Monday by 2 pm. 5. If rom Omden, by Thomallon, Warren, Wsld'boro', Nobltboro' ana Newcallle, to WifcfilTeC, twice a week. May 1 to November 1. Le-ve WifcafTet eveiy Wednefdr.y amd Friday at 2 pm, and arrive at Gamden on Thuilday and Saturday by 11 a m, Leave Gamden every Tuei day and Thurfday at 1 p m, 8c arrive Bt Wifcaffet on Wednefdiy and Friday by 11 am. November 1 fo May 1. Leave CaiiUen every Monday ann Thurfday at 6 a m, and arrive at Wii c.flet by 6p m. Lesvt eve ry Thurfday and Friday at 6 a m and arrive at Camden oy 6p m. 6. From Wilofist by N'w Miltord, Gardner and Halloweil, io Augulta, once a week. May 1 to November 1. Leave W'fcafTet every Saturday at 4 a m, e\ arrive at Auguita by 7 p m. Leave Augufla every Tburidiy at 4 a m, and arrive at Wifcaffet by 7 p m. 7. From Portland, by Falmouth, Gr«y, New GloucefVtr, Lewiilcwo, Green, Monmouth and Wiuthrcp, to Au;>ufta, once a week. Lii *ye Portland every Monday at 8 a m, Sc arrive at Augufta on Tuefday by 6 p m. Leave Augu'h evety Sa tuidayat6o m, and arrive at Port/and on Suuuay by 6 p m. November \ to May I. 8. Fro-*. Halloweil by Auguirti, Vaf falbOro', Winflow, Watcrville, Fairfield am! Canaan* to Norridgawcck, once a week. Leave Halloweil every Monday at 6 am Sc airive at Norridgewotk on Tuefday noon. Leave Norridgewock every Saturday at 6 a m & airiva at Hsth w.;il on Sunday by 6 p m. 9. From V;iiTdh*ro' by Fairfax, U nity and Galledget >wi. to Hamden,once | a week. Leave ValTalboro' every Mon day noon, 8c arrive at Hamden no Tuefday by G p m. Lfave Hxmden every Wednelday at 5 a m, 8c arrive nt VaiFalboro* on T ! urfciay noon. 10. From Halloweil by Augstta, Mount Vernon, Unity, Sharon, Fur min.*t«n, Ghefler, Readficld and Augul" ra t>> Halloweil once a week. Leave Halloweil every Monday at 6 a m, & arrive ar Farrairgton on Friday by noon. L aye Farrniinrton every Saturday noon, St arrive at Hallowtll on Sunday by 6 pm. 11. From WifcafTet by Bath, Brunf. wick, North Yarmouth and Falmouth, to Portland, -.hiee times a week. May Ito November 1. Leave Wifc.-'lTrt every Monday, Wednefday and Friday, at 1 p m, and arrive ?t Portland the. next days by 1 1 am. Lr ye Poithnd every Tueßiy, Thurfday and Saturday, at 1 p m, and arrive at WifcaiLt the next days by 11 a m. November 1 to May 1. Leave wUcufot evey Monday, VV-'dneltUy ard Friday, nt 4 arrive at Piirtlan i' y 6 p m. I Portland rvrry Tee" I ' -.y, i bui at 4 J m, i'Jf arrive at t ly 6 p ■•■ 12. l : r nn New Milord Ly B '- I town, Palermo and D..vil:>wn, vc B l fa'ft, once a week. Lrave New Mil foid averi i •• At nooi . at lkiialt on Sunday by ;;;. l.a\e BeTftrß cv;i T Wen-'** at * a arrive at Hev«rMiHo:- on Tuciuay i-.y 6 p m/ J3. From Bfnnfwick, by Bouiie'rn, held and huilowcll, to Aye; ones i week. ,"/jv 1 fu November 1. Leave I>. ui'i wick every Monday at 2 a m, £c arrive at Augusta by 1 1 a rr,. Leave Auirufta at I p m, Sc aiiive as jßfunfwitk s-v 9 p m. Aovimber \ to May 1. Leave Brantwiek every Monday at 6 am, and arrive at Halloweil by 6 pm. Leave Halloweil every TueMay at 6 am and arrive at Brunfwick by G p m. 14. From Portland by Windham, Bridgetown, Waterford, Pari*, Buck fitlii, Livei:.. ire, Tn-r.er, Norway, and Poland; to Portland, once a week. Leave Portland eveiy Tuefday at 8 a m, 8c -arrive at Turner on Thurfday by Xl a kk L*av« Turner every Satur day at 6 pm, and anive at Portland tiie n*xt Moniiay by 4 p m, 15. From Portland by Sacflrrape, Gorham, Standilh, Rintftown, Hiram and Biowi.ficld, to Frinurg, one* a week. Leave Portland every Monday at 6 . a m, and arrive at Friburg by 10 a m. Returning. —Leave Friborg every Tu«f day at 2 p m, and arrive at Portland on Wednefday by 6 p m. 16. From Portland by Gorhanij Buckfton, Limerick, Limington, Par fonfield, Newfield, Shapleigh, Lebanon, I) uty's falls, Santord, Alfred and Watrrbnro', to Portland, once a week. Leave Portland every Monday at 11 a m 8c arrive at Douty's Lili en Wed nefday by 6 p in. Leave Douty*e falls on Thinfday at 6 s in, and arrive at Portland the next Monday by 3 a mm 17. From Poniard by Scaiboro', Biddeford, Kennebunk, Douty's fails, Br r wick and Dover, N. v. to Portf mouth, three times a week. May 1 to November 1. Lnave Fonlai.d eveiy Monday, Wednefday 8c Friday, at half paft 1 p m. Ec arrive at Portfmouth the next Turf day 8c Saturday by noon. Returning. L*;ave Poitl'mouth evtry Tuefday, Thurfday and Saturday at half paft 12 p m, and arrive at Portland on Wednes day, Thurlday ahd Saturday by half palt 11 J in. November 1 to May 1. Leave Portland evtry Monday, We:?.. nefday and Friday,at 6a m. and arrive at Portsmouth by 6p m. Leave Portf mouth every Tueiday, Thurfday and Saturday at 4 a m. and arrive at Port hi d ty 6 p m. 18. From Porthnd by Scarboro', Bidd.'f.rd, Kennebunk, Wells and York to Portfmouth, three timet a week. M y 1 tv Nqpember 1. P< itlriid eveiy Fueluay, Thurf day and Sntu-day at half paft 16 m. Sc arriv* at Portfmouth the next days by 11 am. lieturning. Leave Portfmouth every Monday, Wednesday and Fri day at 8p m, and arrive at Portland the next clays by Jl a ma November 1 to May 1. Leave Portland every Toefday, Thurfday and Saturday at 6 am. and arrive at Portfmouth by 6p m. Leave Portlmouth every Mor.day, Wednes day and Friday by H c m. 2c arrive at Portland by 6 p »«. 19. From WifcaiT-t to Booth-Bay once a week, Leave Booih-Bay every Wednefdwy at 7 a m, and arrive at WifcaflVtby 11 c m. Leave Wifcaf . 1 p m, and arrive at Booth-Say by 5 Am. IN NEW-HAMPSHIRE. 20. From Portfmouth by Dover, Ro chclter, Middfetowi.', Gfiiipee, Mml tonboro', Centerharbor and Plymouth o Haverhill and y, Vt. and Irom Newbiiry by Haverhill, Plymouth, New-Hampton, Meredith, Gifrnantown, Nottingham and Durham to Potrf mout nonce a week. Leave Portfmouth every Tuefday «t 2 pm, find arrive att Plymouth on Tbu'lthy by 7 p m.—- Leave Plymouth on* Friday at 6 a m, »od arrive at Haverhill on Friday by 5 pm, and at Newbury by 7 pm. Re turning, Leave New buy every Satur day at 6 am, and arrive at Plymouth by 6p m. Leavt Plymou h at 7p m, arid arrive ac Portfmouth on Tuefday by 10 am. 21. From Fryberg in Maine* by Conway, B>rtl*ts, UoffbrooUs and J«f« frrfon to Lancafter once in two weeks. Leave Fryberg evety otrttr Tuefday at 1 p m, and arive at Lan cafter on Wedv.-.idy by 6p m. Le we "ifter every other Monday at 6 am, ad arrive at Fryberg on Tuefday by 10 a m. 22. From Exeter by Epp'.ig, Not 'in ''an, Epfom, Pembroke, Concord, Salifbrny, Grafton, Lebanon and Pel j ham to Hanov •• oace a we.k Leave Ex. ter every Tu?fday Hit 9 am, and ■ a rive at Concord by 10 a m on Weo nafdat. Leave Goucotd at 11 am, -nd -1 rive at Sdifonry by 3 p m.— ifbuiy at 4 pn, and arrive ron F i ■'-•-}' by & am. Rt -r. Leave Hanover every Friday m ( p n ,, ■: Concord on I y 2ft m. *>«▼« Concord at i arrive at Exeter on Mon ..> m. (Tv m.; Ct/sTinvEJO.) i