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Mill, to the Ridge- From Washington, to Upper Marlborough From Washington, by Queen Ann, to Annapolis- From Easton, by Cambridge, and New-Market, to Vienna From Easton, by Hills. borough, Denton, and Greensborough, to Whitelysburg- From Annapolis to Easton, by Young Haddaways F rom Annapolis to Centre-ville, by Kent-island- From the city of Washington to Piscataway- From Elkton, by Warwick and Bridge-town, to Greensborough, in Caroline county- From the city of Washington, by Brookville and W. Ilobbs's, in Frederick county, to Taneyton. From the city of Washington, to Wiley's tavern, in Fairfax county, Va._ From Reis. terstown, by M'Allisterstown, Abbotstown, and Berlin, to Carlisle, P.

-From Elkton, by the brick meeting-house, to the rising sun, black horse and sorrel horse taverns, to Lancaster, P.- From Westminster, Md. by Union Mills, Petersburgh and Gettysburgh to Chambersburg, P.---From Boonesboro', by Sharpsburg and Hagerstown, to Messerburg, P.

VIRGINIA. From Alexandria, by Salisbury, Matildaville, Leesburg, Charlestown, in the county of Berkley, Shepherds town, Martinsburg, Winchester, Stevensburg, Strasburg, Woodstock and Rockingham c. h. to Staunton- From Fredericksburg, by Port Royal, to Tappahannock; thence across the Rappanannock to Northumberland c. h. and Lancaster C. h. ; thence recrossing the Rappahannock to Urbanna ; and thence to Gloucester c. h.-- From Fredericksburg by Culpeper c. h. to Charlottesville- From Richmond,by Todd's bridge, to TappahannockFrom Richmond, by Williamsburg, York-town and Hampton, lo Norfolk----From Richmond by Columbia and Charlottesville, to Staunton; thence to Lexington, Fincastle, Montgomery c. l. Wythe c. h. and Abingdon ; thence by Sullivan c. h. Jonesborough, Greenville, Cheek's cross roads, and Jefferson c. h. to Knoxville- From Staunton, to Bath c. h. ; thence to the Sweet Springs ; and thence by Monroe c. h. and Greenbriar c. h. to Kanhaway c. h. From Richmond, by Pow. hattan c. h. Cumberland c. h. Prince Edward c. h. New London and Liberty, to Fincastle- From Prince Edward c. h. by Charlotte c. h. Halifax c. h. and Pittsylvania c. h. to Martinsburg; and thence to Bethania- From Osborne's to Bermuda Hundred From Petersburg, by Cabin-point, Smithfield and Suffolk, to Portsmouth and Norfolk----Fron Sinithfield, by Southampton c. h. to Greenville c. h. From Petersburg to Halifax N. C.- From Suffolk, by Edenton, Plymouth, Washington and Newbern, to Wilmington From Gloucester c. h. to York-town--From Powhatan c. h. to Cartersville From Charlottesville, by Warren, Warminster, New Market, Amherst c. h. Cabellsburgh and Madison, to Lynchburg- From Winchester, thro' Romney to Moorfields From Morgantown to Clarksburg, in Harrison county- From Leesburg, by Middleburg, in Loudoun county, to Culpeper c.h. From Richmond, by Hanover-town, to Aylett's ware-house -From Todd's bridge, to King and Queen c. k. From Culpeper c. h. by Madison c. h. to Orange c. h. From Fredericksbury, by Spotsylvania c. h. and Louisa c. h. to Columbia- From Fredericksburg by King George c. h. Mattoxbridge, Lecdstown, Westmoreland c. h. on Templeman's cross roads, Richmond c. h. and Farn

ham to Kinsale- From Fredericksburg, by Roger's mills, Chiles' store, Chesterfield, Oxford, and Crew's store, to Goochland colo From King and Queen c. h. to Shackleford's store---- From Cloucester c. h. to Matthews c. h.- From Moorfields, by Franklin, to Bath c. h.- "rom Richmond, by Coles', in Chesterfield county, Janetoebridge, Amelia c. h. and Ligontown, to Jamestown- From Petersburg by Amelia c. h. Nottaway c. h. Bibbs' ferry, on Staunton river, to Halifax c. h. From Alexandria, by Centerville, Middleburg, Paris, and Millwood, to Winchester- From Cartersville, by New Canton, Buckingham c. h. and Bent creek,to Lynchburg—-From Romney, by Springfield and Frankfort, to Cumberland, Md.- From Centerville, by the Red house, to Fauquier c. h.--From Lexington, direct to Cabellsburg---From Richmond, to Charles city c. h.--From Clarkesburg to Marietta->From Romney, to Morgantown or Clarkesburg- From Alexandria, by Thomas's ferry to Piscataway, Md.--From Halifax c. h. to Danville -From Bowling-green, by Broaddus's mill, S. Ilarrison's, and Dunkirk, to New Kent c. h.From Jerusalem to Hicks's ford, by the Cross-keys, and thence to Murfreesborough- From Petersburg, by Sussex c. h. to Southampton c. h.---From Jamestown to Farmville- From Leesburg to Centreville -From New-Dublin, by Tazewell c. h. Russel c. h. and Lee c. h. to Robinson's mills, at the foot of Cumberland mountainFrom Cumberland c. h. to Ca Ira---From Culpeper c. h. by Woodville, and Mundell's store, to New-Market, in Shenandoah county-From Fauquier c. h. by Aquia, to King George c. h.- From Winchester, by Front-Royal, to Culpeper c. h. From Brooke c. h. to Steubenville, in the North Western Territory From Brooke c. h. to West-Liberty--From Brookington, by Newman's and Randolph's taverns, and Dennis's store, to Henderson and Fitzgerald's storeFrom Amelia c. h. by Perkin's store, to Painesville--From Wylliesville, in Charlotte county, by Speed and Wilson's store, Sterling, Yancey's and Norman's store, to Person c. h. in N. C.--From Ilarrisville, by Field's mill, Quarlesville, M'Farland's store, Lunenburg c. h. Christiansville, Marshalsville, Mecklenburg c. h. and St. Tammany's ; and to return by Geesbridge, Edmund's store, Field's mill, to Harris. ville -From Richmond c. h. to Tappahanock.

NORTH-CAROLINA. From Edenton, by Hertford, Nixonton, Sawyer's ferry, in Camden county, to Indian town, in Currituck county----From Ilalifax to Princeton and Murfreesborough, on Meherrin river ; thence to Winton, on Chowan river 'rom Halifax, by Blountsville, Williamston and Dailey's, to Plymouth- From Halifax by Warrenton, Oxford, Hillsborough, Martinville, Salem and Lexington to Salisbury--From Salisbury, by Cabarras c. h. to Charlotte ; to return by Iredell c. h. to Salisbury----From Salisbury to Fayetteville; to go and return by the following route alternately : By Montgomery, Anson and Richmond C. houses, to Fayetteville ; thence by Moore c. h. and Randolph c. h. (new or old, as may be found most eligible) back to Salisbury.--From Halifax, by Tarborough and Greenville to Washington---From Newbern, by Kingston, Waynesborough and Smithfield, to Raleigh, thro' the counties of Davie and Green_ From Raleigh, by Chapel-hill, to

Hillsborough ; and from Chapel-hill to Chatham c. h. thro' Haywoodsborough- From · Hillsborough, by Person c. h. Caswell c. h. and Rockingham c.h. to Germantown--From Fayetteville to Wilmington; the mail to go alternately by Elizabeth-town, and return by South Washington, the cross roads near Duplin c. h. and Sampson c. h.

From Salem by Bethania, Huntsville, Rockford, and Wilkes, to Morgantown N. C. From Washington c. h. by Pendleton c. ho to Hatlons sord, on Tugeloo river ; thence by Franklin c. h. and Elber. ton, to Washington G. From Wilmington to Charleston, S. C. --From Jonesburg, by North West river bridge, Greatbridge and Kempsville, to Norfolk -From Morgantown to Spartan c. h. S. C. ---From Charlotte, by Lincolnton, to Iredell- From Bethania, by Grayson c. 1. to Wythe c. h. Va.--From Winton, thro' Pitch landing, Colerain and Windsor, to Edenton- From Washington to Bath, and thence by Woodstock to Hyde c. h.-->From Fayetteville,by Lumberton and Barefield's mill, to Will-town S. C.--From Lumberton, by Elizabeth-town, to the house of John Andrews, or 'Wm. H. Beatty, on South river-From Fayetteville to Wilmington--From CharJotte, by Lincolnton, and Morgantown to Buncomb c. h.- From Elizabeth-city to Indian town and Tull's creek, to North West river bridge- From Louisburg, by Nash c. h. to Tarborough-_From Charlotte c. h. to York c. h. S. C.- From Charlotte to Camden, S. C.

-From Plymouth to Robert Winn's, on Scuppernong river- From Jonesburg to Pasquotank river bridge--From Rutherfords. town, by John Gowen's store, to Greenville c. h. S. C.-_From Wilkes, to Ash c. h.--From Mount Airy, by Scull Camp to Grayson c. h. Va.

SOUTH-GAROLINA. From Camden, by Statesburg, to Charleston -From Charleston, by Coosawatchy to Sister's ferry, on Savannah river ; and thence to the post-road from Augusta to Savannah--From Coosawatchy to Beaufort- From Columbia, by Orangeburg, to Charleston- From Columbia, to Newbury c. h. Laurens c. h. and Greenville c. h. From Edgefield c. h. by Amos Richardson's, to Cambridge, and return by Northampton ; and from Cambridge, by Abbeville c. h. to Pendleton c. h. From Columbia, by Winnsborough, Pinckney c. b. Spartan coh. and Greenville c. h. to Washington c. h.- From George-town, by Will-town, Greenville and Chatham, to Richmond c. h. N. Č.- From Statesburg, by Salem c. h. and Kingstree to Will-town- From Columbia lo Clarendon c. h.- From Chester c. h. by York c. h. Pinkneyville and Union c. h. to Spartanburg- From Monk's corner, over Biggen bridge, by Pineville, Murray's ferry, Santee to Kingstree.

GEORGIA. From Augusta to Washington,thence to Greensborough; and thence by the great falls of Ogechee and Georgetown, to Augusta - From Waynesborough, to Louisville, by George-town, to Rock-landing, G.

- From Augusta, to Petersburg, by Lincoln c. h. From George town to Warrenton- From Louisville to Saundersville- From Washington to Oglethorpe coh. From Augusta, by the Three Runs, to Coosawhatchie- From Ogiethorpe c. h. by Athens, thro' Clarksburg, to Jackson c. h. From Riceburg, by Fort James, to Tatnall c.h.

TENNESSEE. From Knoxville, by South West Point and Fort Blount, to Nashville - From Knoxville to Marysville- From Sullivan c. h. by Hawkins' c. h. and Orr's tavern, to Knoxville- From Nashville, by Robertson c. h. and Montgomery c. h. to Palmyra- From Nashville to Natchez M. T._ From Knoxville, by Sevierville, Newport, and the Warm Springs, to Buncomb c. h.- From Newport, by Cheek's cross roads, to Oresville- From Jonesborough to Carter C. h.- From Nashville to Franklin From Knoxville to Burville.

KENTUCKY. From Limestone, by Bourbon-town, Lexington, Frankfort and Harrodsburg, to Danville, K.- From Danville, by Bardstown and Shepherdsville, to Louisville- From Frankfort, by Versailles and Richmond, to Orr's tavern, T.- From Danville, by Stanford to Lancaster

From Frankfort, by Clarke c. h. Montgomery c. h. and Fleming c. ho to Washington- From Frankfort, by Scott c. h. Harrison c. h. Pendleton c. h. and Campbell c. h. to Cincinnati, N. W.T._ From Frankfort, by Shelbysville, Bardstown, Hardin c. h. and Logan c. h. to Robinson c. h. 1.- From Loganc. h. by Christian c. h. and Livingston c. h. to Hendersonc. h. From Loganc. h. by Warren c. h. and Barren c. h. to Green c. h.- From Harding c. h. to Breckenridge c. h. to Henderson c. h. Eddy-Grove and Eduy-ville, to Fort Massac- From Preckenridge c. h. by Hartford and Vienna, to Muhlenberg c. h.I'rom Shelbyville to Louisville- From Danville, by Pulaski c. h. to Wayne c. h.

NORTH WESTERN TERRITORY. From · Washington, K. by Manchester, in N. W. T. to Chilicothe -From Louisville, K. to Vincennes- From Zanes, on the Muskingum, to Marietta- From Cincinnati to Detroit- From Marietta, by Chilicothe and Williamsburg, to Cincinnati.

INDIANA TERRITORY. From Vincennes, by Kaskaskias, to Kalokia.

MISSISIPPI TERRITORY. From Natchez to the southern boundary line of the united states.

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ACT of March 1, 1792. (Vol. II. p. 22.) 1. Sect. I. Except in case of an election of a president and vice sident of the united states, prior to the ordinary period as herein specified, electors shall be appointed in each state for the election president and vice-president of the united states, within thirty days preceding the first Wednesday in December, one thousan ven hundred and ninety-two, and within thirty-four days precedy first Wednesday in December in every fourth year succeeding last election, which electors shall be equal to the number of sen and representatives, to which the several states may by law be tled at the time, when the president and vice-president, thus chosen, should come into office : Provided always, That where portionment of representatives shall have been made after any ration, at the time of choosing electors, then the number of shall be according to the existing apportionment of senators presentatives.

2. Sect. II. The electors shall meet and give their votes said first Wednesday in December, at such place in each state be directed, by the legislature thereof ; and the electors in eac shall make and sign three certificates of all the votes by them and shall seal up the same, certifying on each that a list of the such state for president and vice-president is contained there shall by writing under their hands, or under the hands of a mai! them, appoint a person to take charge of and deliver to the DN of the senate, at the seat of government before the first Wedne! January then next ensuing, one of the said certificates, and electors shall forth with forward by the post-office to the pres the senate, at the seat of government, one other of the said cert and shall forthwith cause the other of the said certificates, to vered to the judge of that district in which the said electors SH semble.

3. Sect. III. The executive authority of each state shal three lists of the names of the electors of such state to be m certified, and to be delivered to the electors on or before the s Wednesday in December, and the said electors shall annex on said lists to each of the lists of their votes.

4. Sect. IV. If a list of votes from any state shall not have received at the seat of government on the said first Wednesday nuary, then the secretary of state shall send a special messe

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