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12 miles 20 miles Alleghany arrive back between 9 Benjamin Berkshire Bridge Brookville Brownsville Caledonia Carroll Centre Centreville cents cept Sunday Charles Chester Clarksville Clinton Columbia Corners Creek Cumberland daily Daniel David day by 12 Delaware East Fairfield Fayette Ferry Fork Franklin George Green Greenville Grove Hancock Henry Hill Hillsboro Isaac Jackson Jacob James Jefferson John Joseph Lake Lancaster Lebanon letters Lewis Lexington Madison Marion Middlesex miles and back Mills Monday and Friday Monday and Thursday Monroe Montgomery Monticello Mount Mount Pleasant Mount Sterling nesday North once a week p. m. Leave Perry Pleasant Port post-office postage postmaster postmaster-general Prairie Randolph Richmond rive River Robert Rock Russellville Salem Samuel Shelbyville Smith Somerset South Spring Store Thomas Thurs Tuesday and Friday Tuesday and Saturday tween twice a week Union Valley Warren Washington Wayne Wednes Wednesday and Saturday West William Windham
Page 20 - ... trial, in possession of vouchers not before in his power to procure, and that he was prevented from exhibiting a claim for such credit at the Treasury by absence from the United States or by some unavoidable accident.
Page 20 - Copies of the quarterly returns of postmasters and of any papers pertaining to the accounts in the office of the...
Page 59 - ... punishable by a fine not exceeding $5,000 or by imprisonment not exceeding five years, or by both such fine and imprisonment.
Page 59 - June, eighteen hundred and fifty-one, and whose labors may be increased, the postmaster-general shall be authorized, in his discretion, to allow such additional commissions as he may deem just and proper : Provided, That...
Page 22 - ... higher amount, according to the nature or frequency of the failure, and the importance of the mail...
Page 48 - The law, fixing the penalty tor violation at fifty dollars, provides " that no postmaster or assistant postmaster shall act as agent for lottery offices, or, under any color of purchase, or otherwise, vend lottery tickets," and that "no postmaster shall receive free of postage, or frank lottery schemes, circulars or tickets.