780 TWENTY-EIGHTH CONGRESS. Sess. II. Ch. 74. 1845. as the Postmaster General may deem most expedient, via Guest’s station, glades and pound, in Russell county, toLetcher court-house, in the State of Kentucky. From Hillsville, in Carroll county, to Floyd court-house. From Chatham Hill, in Smyth county, to Sharon, in Wythe county. North Carolina. North Carolina.-—From Rutherfordton, via Poorsford, Edwin Thorns’, Buck creek, and R. H. Hicks’s, to Shelby court-house. From Catawba View to Deal’s Mill. From Rutherfordton, via White Oak, Green river, Edneyville, and Hendersonville, to Mill’s river. From Jamestown, via Deep river, Browntown, Midway, Hussey’s Store, and Philips’ Ferry, to Mocksville. From Ashboro’ to Laurenceville. From Merry Hill to Edenton. From Kinston, Lenoir county, via R. D. Nunn’s, Lewis Jones’, and Stephen M. Graddy’s, to Hallsville, Duplin county. From Hallsville, in Duplin county, to Richland, in Onslow county. From Hunts cross roads to Nashville, in North Carolina. From Chilhowea, Blount county, Tennessee, to Cheoce, Cherokee county, North Carolina. South Carolina. South Carolina.-From Newbury court-house, Shop Spring, John Williams, Wells’ Store, Island Ford, and Saluda Homestead, thence to Woodville, in Abbeville district. From Laurens court-house, via Anderson court-house, to Athens, Georgia. From Augusta, Georgia, to Greenville, South Carolina, so that it shall run from Abbeville court-house, by Due West Corner, and Craytonsville, to Anderson court-house. From Union court-house, by Meansville, Smiths Store, and Rogers bridge, on Tygers river, to Woodruils, in Spartanburg district. From Cannons Store, in Spartansburg district, by Furgers Mill, to Buck creek. From i Sumterville, in Sumter district, to Gadsden, in Richland district. Georgia. Georgia.-From Hawkinsville, by Milwood, Vienna, Cedar creek, and Holydaysville, to Albany, Georgia. From Monticello, by Indian Springs, to Jackson, Butts county. From Marthasville, De Kalb county, by Newnan, Corinth, and Lagrange, to West Point, Troun county. From Marthasville, De Kalb county, by way of Villarica, Carrollton, Carroll county, to Jacksonville, Benton county, Alabama. From Talhotton to Pineville. From Marietta, through Roswell to Cumming. From Villarica, Carroll county, through Van Wert, Paulding county, via Carpenter’s Store, to Cassville, Cass county. From Savannah to Charleston, by sea. From Greenville, in Meriwether county, to Newnan, in Coweta county. From Sumpterville, in Sumpter district, to Gadsden, in Richland district. Kentucky. Kentucky.-Fi-om Mills Point to Little Prairie, Missouri. From Somerset in Pulaski county, Kentucky, to London, in Laurel county, via John Babbitt’s. From Lancaster, via Crab Orchard and Elkinsville, to Somerset, in Pulaski county. From Somerset, in Pulaski county, via Harrison, to Jamestown, Russell county. From Somerset, Pulaski county, via Gilmer’s store and Mount Vernon, to Richmond. From the Poplar Plains, in Fleming county, via the dwelling-house of William Philips in the same county, and the dwelling—house of Joshua Knap, in Carter county, to Grayson, the seat of justice in Carter county. From Mount Sterling, in Montgomery county, via the store of Thomas T. Dobbins, and North Middleton, to Paris, the seat ofjustice of Bourbon county. From Morelield, in Nicholas county, via the dwelling-house of Thomas Hawkins on Licking river, in Bath county, and the dwellinghouse of Thomas A. Matthews, to Sharpsburg, in Bath county. From West Liberty, in Morgan county, via the dwelling-house of Daniel Horton, to the dwelling-house of William Brown on Paint Creek, intersecting the mail route from West Liberty, in Morgan county, to Louisa, in Lawrence county. From Princeton in Caldwell county, via the house of John W. Jenkins, to Providence, in Hopkins county. From Murray, via New Concord, to Pine Bluff, on the Tennessee river, in Calloway county. From Newport, by the way of the mouths of Four mile and Twelve mile creeks, to Carthage, in Campbell county. From Warsaw, in Gallatin county,
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