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berville, Mattison's Corner, Martinsville, New Provi. dence, Point Pleasant, Perryville, Pea Pack, Readingtown Point, Westville, Sargentsville, Warrenville, N. J., and New Hope, Buckingham, and Jenkintown, Pa., will be closed every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, at 2 o'clock, P. M. with the Southern mail, and will ar. rive every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday morning, at 7 o'clock.
Staten Island Mail. Mails for Castleton, N. Y., will be closed daily at 2 o'clock, A. M., and arrive daily, during the summer.
Long Island Mails. Brooklyn, every day, except Sunday, at 10 A. M. Jamaica, Flushing, and Flatbush, ditto, at 2 P. M.
North Side. Auquebogue, Buckram, Crab Meadow, Cold Spring Harbour, Čutchogue, Dix Hills, Drowned Meadows Farms, Head Cow Neck, Huntington; Little Neck, Mil. ler's Place, Mattituck, Musquito Cove, Oyster Bay, Oyster Ponds, Wading River, Southold, Setauket, and Stoney Brook, will be closed every Sunday at 1 A. M. and Wednesday at 4 P. M.
Middle Mail. Coram, Jericho, Middle Island, North Hempstead, West Hills, Smithtoin, and Suffolk C. H., will be closed every Monday and Friday, at 4 P. M.
South Side. Bridgehampton, East Hampton, Fireplace, Hunting ton South, Hempstead, Islip, Moriches, Quogue, Speonk, Oyster Bay South, Patchogue, Sag Harbour, and Southampton, will be closed every Tuesday and Thursday, at 8 A. M.
Dover Mail. Mails for Bronx, White Plains, Northcastle, Cross River, Poundridge, Bedford, South Salem, North Salem, Patterson, Pawlings, and Dover, N. Y., and Ridgefield and Danbury, Ct. will be closed every day, except Saturday, at 4 P. M., and arrive the same eveniogs.
THE NORTHERN MAIL
Is closed every day, except Sunday, at half past 3 o'clock, P. M., and arrives early in the morning.
On the East Side of the Hudson River. Mails for Yonkers, Greensburgh, Mount Pleasant, Cortlandtown, Peekskill, Wappinger's Creek, Staatsburgh, Red Hook, Upper Red Hook, Clermont, Livingston, Kinderhook, Kinderhook Landing, Greenbush, An. 'cram, Adriance, Chestnut River, Cherry Stone, City P. 0.,.Clinton, Copake, Dutchess P. O., Dobb's Ferry, Fishkill Plains, Federal Store, Germantown, Leedsville, Lithgow, and Mechanic, will be closed every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, at 7 o'clock, A. M., and will arrive every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, in the evening.
Mails for New Paltz Landing, Washington Hollow, Washington, Attlebury, Amenia, North Amenia, Northeast, Milan, Spencer's Corner, Beekman, and Quaker Hill, N. Y., will be made up every Wednesday with the Northern mail.
Mails for Carmel, Yorktown, Kent, and Southeast, N. Y., will be made up every Friday with the Northern mail, at 8 A. M. Extra Northern Mail on the East Side of the Hudson,
during the suspension of steam-boat navigation. Mails for Poughkeepsie, Hudson, Albany, and Northérn Troy, Lansinburgh, Waterford, N. Y., Montreal, and Lower Canada, will be closed daily at 7 o'clock, A. M., and arrive daily at 2 P. M.
The extra Northern mail, during the season of navi. gation, will be transported by the steam-boats, and will be despatched as often as they run ; during which period mails will be closed at this office one hour and a half previous to the time appointed for the departure of each boat, for the following offices, viz.:
West Point, Newburgh, Fishkill Landing, Poughkeepsie, Kingston, Catskill, Red. hook Landing, Hudson, Albany, Troy, Lansinburgh, Waterford, Coxsackie, Cold Spring, Greenville, Athens, Fishkill, Fishkill Landing, Wappinger's Creek, Goshen, N. Y., Sharon and Salisbury, Conn., Fish Lake, Rhinebeck, Lewiston, Oxford, Phillipsburgh, Hyde Park,
Pleasant Valley, and Watervliet, N. Y., Prescott, Ni. agara, Kingston, and Montreal, Upper Canada, and Lower Canada.
Northern Mail on the West Side of the Hudson. Mails for Hoboken, Hackensack and New Prospect N. J., and Ramapo Works, Monroe Works, Monroe Blooming Grove, Salisbury Mills, Chester, Warwick Florida, Goshen, Wallkill, Ward's Bridge, Newburgh Fishkill Landing, Shawangunk, New Paltz, Pattekill Centreville, Kingston, Saugerties, Woodstock, Wawar sing, Rochester, Marbletown, Catskill, Cairo, Athens Coxsackie, New-Baltimore, Rensselaerville, Greenville and Coyemans, N. Y., will be closed every Monday Wednesday, and Friday, in the evening.
Mails for Clarkestown, Tappan, Haverstraw, Canter bury, Hunter, Durham, Oakhill, Lexington, Lexington Heights, Windham, Livingstonville, Lawyersville, and Hardenburgh Mills, will be made up every Tuesday, with the mail last mentioned, at 11 o'clock, A. M.
Mails for Amity, Westown, Deerpark, Middletown, (Orange county,) Mount Hope, Carpenter's Point, Ridgebury, Otisville, and Minisink, N. Y., and Vernon, N. J., will be made up every Saturday, with the mail last men. tioned, at 11 o'clock, A. M.
Mails for Philipsburgh, Middletown, (Delaware county,) Andes, Delhi, Morestown, Deposit, Walton, Col. chester, Hancock, Masonville, Roxbury, South Bainbridge, Sidney, Sidney Plains, Colesville, Windsor, and Bettsburgh, N. Y., will be made up every Thursday and Saturday, with the mail last mentioned, at 11 A. M.
Mails for Blenheim, Broome, Harpersfield, South Harpersfield, Roseville, Bovina, Waterville, Unadilla, Hamburgh, (Otsego county,) Stamford, Kortright, Bloomville, Franklin, and Meredith, N. Y., will be made up every Saturday, with the mail above mentioned, at ii o'clock, A. M.
Western Mail, via Newburgh. During the steam-boat navigation the Mail will be despatched by the steam-boat.
Mails for "Coldenham, Bloomingburgh, Monticello, Whitelake, Bethel, and Cochecton, N. Y., Mount Plea.
sant, Gibson, Clifford, New Milford, and Great Bend, Pa., Chenango Point, Union, Nanticoke, Owego, Candor, Danby, Ithaca, Trumansburgh, North Scipio, Farmer, Union Springs, Ovid, Ovid Village, Dermott's Store, Jacksonville, Romulus, Geneva, Ludlowville, King's Ferry, Aurora, Indian Fields, Cortlandville, Lyle, Berkshire, Bainbridge, Spencer, Caroline, Speedsville, Chemung, and Greene, N. Y., will be closed every
Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, at 11 o'clock, A. M., and daily during the summer.
Mails for Elmira, Painted Post, Bath, Angelica, Johnston's Settlement, Catharine's Town, Smithsboro', Wayne, Howard, Pulteney, Lindsley Town, Big Hat, Campbell Town, and Cohocton, N. Y., will be closed every Saturday, with the mail last mentioned.
RATES OF POSTAGE
Established by Act of Congress, March 3d, 1825, and the amendatory act of March 2d, 1827. On a single letter composed of one piece of paper,
25 A letter composed of two pieces of paper is charged with double those rates; of THREE pieces with triple; and of four pieces with quadruple ; and on packets composed of one or more pieces of paper, or one or more other articles, and weighing one ounce avoirdupois, quadruple postage is also charged; and in that proportion for all of greater weight.
li But if carried to any office in the State in which it is printed, whatever the distance may be, the rate is 1 centa
MAGAZINES or pamphlets, published periodically, not exceeding 100 miles
1} cts. per sheet. Over 100 miles
21 PAMPHLETS not published periodi.
cally, not exceeding 100 miles 4 Over 100 miles
6 O Letters to Canada can be forwarded through the agents of the United States at KINGSTON, Upper Canada, and MONTREAL, Lower Canada, whether the postage be paid or unpaid.
The following extract from the Postmaster General's report, which was communicated by him to Congress at its last session, under date of November 17, 1828, shows the rapid increase and present condition of the Post Office establishment. Years.
Post Offices. Revenue. Miles of Post Roads. 1792
$67,444 5642 1797
554 213,998 16,180 1802
1114 327,045 25,315 1807
1848 478,763 33,755 1812
2610 649,208 39,378 1817
3459 1,002,973 52,009 1823 e.g. July 1, 4498 1,114,344 82,763 1828
7651 1,598,134 114,536
ELECTORS' MEETINGS. All elections for Governor, Lieutenant Governor, Senators, Representatives in the Congress of the United States, Members of Assembly, Sheriffs, Coroners, and Clerks of the several counties, including the Register and Clerk of the city and county of New York, shall be by ballot on the first Monday of November, in every year, and shall be continued for three successive days, including the first. The elections in the cities of NewYork, Albany, and Schenectady, shall be by wards, and in all other parts of the state by towns.
By the constitution, SHERIFFS and CLERKS of counties, including the Register and Clerk of the city and county of New York, are to be chosen by the electors of the respective counties once in every
three as often as vacancies shall occur.