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H. Hogan. George M-Kinney. H. E. Davies. James Harrison. S. Massie. B. Harrison. Thomas F. Clayton. S. B. Brickey. Samuel Rule. James North. James B. Braley. Ambrose Ransom. P. B. Walls. William Rundlett. J. B. Harrison. J. Halloway. Isaiah King. W. Smith. S. Burchard. J. P. Campbell Josiah F. Danforth. L. J. Daly: J. W. Redman. Harrison Gwinn.

Round Hill,

Carrol,
Pleasant Park,
Davies (Steelville) C. H., Crawford,
Little Piny,
Massie's Iron-works,
Harrison's Mills,
Little Prairie,
Osage,
Newport,

Franklin,
Point Labadie,
Argo,
Union C. H.,
St. Johns,
Rundlettville,
Mount Sterling C. H.,

Gasconade,
Halloway,
Jake's Prairie,
Smith's Creek,
Delphi,
Springfield C. H., Green,
Walnut Forest,
Fayette C. H., Howard,
Franklin,
Bluffport,
Glasgow,
Independence C. H. Jackson,
Westport,
Blue Mills,
Big Blue,
Herculaneum C. H., Jefferson,
House's Spring,
Selma,
Valle's Mines,
Blackwater C. H., Johnson,
Lexington C. H., Lafayette,
Dover,
Pleasant Grove,
Auburn,

Lincoln,
Louisville,
Lost Creek,
M‘Lean's Creek,
Troy C. H.,
Barns' View,

Lewis,
Lagrange,
Monticello C. H.,
Sweet Home,
St. Francisville,
Tully,
Fredericktown C. H., Madison,
Hannibal,

Marion,
Marion College,
Palmyra C. H.
Taylor's Mills,
Florida,

Monroe,

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R. Fristoe. Isaac M'Coy. Robert Aull. Peter Booth. C. B. Fletcher. J. F. Hale. L. M. Kennett. Thomas Tarpley. Wm. M. Kinkaid. James Aull. Benjamin F. Yates. W. H. Ewing. Daniel Draper. E. Emerson. N. Woolfolk. Robert Stewart. J. Ruland. G. A. Barns. C. S. Skinner. J. H. M.Bride. M. Conchman. George Haywood. Thomas Gray. Zenas Smith. Z. G. Draper. W. S. Potts. R. H. Lane. Daniel H. Goodwin. IW. N. Penn.

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Morgan,

E. W. M.Bride.
Caleb Wood.
Jacob Groom.
C. J. Drury.
John A. Hunter.
Amos Kibby.
J. H. Neile.
Frederick Griswold.
James Ramsey
Hugh Galbraith.
J. B. Martin.
Enoch Liggett.
F. C. Hase.
Charles Gregoire.
M. Reynolds.

Joseph Paxton.
James M.Cord.
Adam Mase.
John Brown.
Edwin Draper.
W. Kerr.
W. L. Vaughn.

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Paris C. H.,

Monroe,
North Fork,
Big Spring,

Montgomery,
Danville, C. H.,
Bridgeport,
Lewiston,
Loutre Island,
Pinckney,
West Fork,
Versailles C. H.,
New Madrid C. H., New Madrid,
Ogden,
Perrysville C. H., Perry,
Pratte's,
Bowling-green C. H.,

Pike,
Buffalo Knob,
Clarksville,
Frankford,
Green Hill,
Louisiana,
Mount Pleasant (Ashley),
Paynesville,
Walkersville,
Equality,

Polk,
Arrator,

Pettis,
Georgetown C. H.
Cave Spring,

Pulaski,
Waynesville C. H.,
Onyx,
Cincinnati,

Ralls,
Dry Fork,
Hydesburg,
Middle Grore,
Mount Prairie,
New London C. H.,
Saverton,
Edwardsville,

Randolph,
Oak Point,
Four Mile Prairie,
Huntsville C. H.
Mount Airy,
Mount Hope,
Elk Horn,

Ray,
Richmond C. H.,
Van Buren C. H., Ripley,

C. H., Rives,
Dardenne,

St. Charles, Gallatin, Missouriton, Naylor's Store, Portage des Sioux, St. Charles C. H., Wellsburgh, Big River Mills, St. François,

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Temple.
William Hogan.
A. Fristoe.
A. C. Parks.
Robert Harrison.
Moses Bean.
J. Blue.
J. H. Leake.
George C. Light.
J. M. Glenn.
Andrew Rogers,
James Carson.
E. N. Hascall.
S. S. Swetman.
W. B. M.Lain.
James Head.
D. S. Garth.
W. Dameron.

Robert Craig.
J. Stollings.
George Woodward.
A. L. George.
William Goff.
John Smith,
C. P. May;
G. H. Wallace.
John Naylor.
A. M.Loskey.
Joseph Fawcett.
John Wells.
William Evans.

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Farmington C. H., Bolivia, Ste. Genevieve C. H., St. Mary's Landing, Carondelet, Florisant, Fenton, Fox Creek, Jefferson Barracks, Manchester, Nadowesia, Owens's Station, St. Louis City, Waltonham, Arrow Rock, Cow Creek, Grand Pass, Jonesborough C. H., Walnut Farm, Baldwinsville, Benton C. H., Commerce, Matthew's Prairie, Pleasant Plains, Castor C. H., Oak Dale C. H., Hudspeth, Caledonia, Fourche à Renault, Harmony, Old Mines, Potosi C. H., Rich Wood, Pendleton's, Hickory Grove, Logan C. H. Marthasville, Greenville C. H.,

John D. Peers. J. S. Barrett. Joseph M. Amoureux. T. Davis. N. Paupe. James C. Music. Caleb Bowles. Samuel Harris George H. Kennerly. William Henderson. H. Weber. Adam Martin. Wilson P. Hunt. Henry Walton. C. F. Jackson. Green M.Cafferty. John Demoss. William N. Oliver. William Smith. W. Clark. M. M'Laughlin. J. W. Echols. R. Beckwith. William Johnson. A. B. Bailey. W. B. Broughton. G. W. Hudspeth. James H. Relfe. Charles Springer. A. W. Hudspeth. N. P. Hibbard. Peter Smyth. C. B. Inge. J. W. Pendleton.

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Caleb Williams. H. Griswold. Adam Cook

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A. Brickley. Diedrick Huner. George Myer.

St. Charles,

NEW POST-ROUTES ESTABLISHED BY ACT OF

CONGRESS.-1836.

IN Missouri.-From Columbia, by Rocheport, Booneville, and Jonesborough, to Lexington. From Columbia, by Younger's mills, Paris, Richard Sharp's, to Palmyra. From Jefferson city to Versailles, Benton courthouse, Equality, Springfield, to Carrol courthouse, in Arkansas. From Benton courthouse, by the county-seat of Rives and Allensville, to the county-seat of Van Buren, and from thence by the county-seat of Johnson to St. Helena. From Jefferson city to Waynesville. From the countyseat of Crawford, by Massie's iron-works, to Union, in Franklin county. From Greenville to Castor, and thence by Johnson's, in the west prairie, to the Grand prairie, in Stoddard county. From Caledonia in Washington county, by Van Buren, in Ripley county, to Jackson, in Arkansas territory. From Jonesborough, by Arrow Rock, to Fayette. From Ste. Genevieve to Farmington. From the county-seat of Morgan to the county-seat of Pulaski. From Springfield to the county-seat of Barry. From Keytesville to Compton's store, on Grand river. From Fulton, by James Harrison's, in the Grand prairie, to Paris. From Jefferson city to Columbia. From Columbia, by Rock mills, to Nashville, in Boone county. From Jefferson city, by Portland, to Loutre Island. From Huntsville, by the county-seat of Shelby and Cooper's settlement, to Monticello. From Fulton, by Portland, to Mount Sterling. From M-Murtry's, in Callaway county, by Thomas Harrison's in the Grand prairie, to Huntsville. From Johnson courthouse, by Blackwater settlement, to Lexington. From Hannibal, by Florida, Paris, and Huntsville, to Fayette. From Louisiana to Atlas, Illinois. From Old Mines in Washington county, by the Rich Woods and Virginia, to Union. From Benton to Commerce. From Bowling-green, by Bandurant's and Cove Spring, to Florida. From Bolivia, by the cross-roads, to Fredericktown. From Monticello, in Lewis county, westwardly, to Sandy Hill. From Richmond to Compton's store, on Grand river. From Liberty to Plattsburg. From Helena to Benton courthouse. From Columbus, Kentucky, by Benton, Jackson, Fredericktown, Farmington, Caledonia, seats of justice of Crawford, Pulaski, and Pettis counties, to Blackwater, and thence to Independence. From Booneville, by seat of justice of Pettis county, to the seat of justice in Johnson county. From Springfield to Pulaski courthouse, Crawford courthouse, Massie's iron-works, to Union. From Jefferson city, by Mt. Sterling, to Crawford courthouse. From Castor to Greenville. From Cas. tor, by Grand Prairie, in Stoddard county.

MAIL FACILITIES EXTENDED.

St. Charles, to Palmyra; tri-weekly mail in four-horse coaches instead of semi-weekly in stages.

Chariton to Independence, twice a week instead of once.
Fayette to Independence, a second weekly trip.

St. Louis to St. Charles, three additional weekly trips, making six times.

St. Charles to Fulton, an additional trip, making tri-weekly mail, instead of twice a week.

Fulton to Fayette, tri-weekly service, instead of semi-weekly. Fulton to Jefferson city, three trips a week instead of two.

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