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104 TWENTY-FOURTH CONGRESS. Sess.}. Ch.271. 1836, county. From Livingston, in Sumpter county, via lIorner’s old store Mount Sterling, McCarty’s, and Carrollton, to Washington court-house, Washington county. From Mesopotamia, m Greene county, via Daniel’s prairie and Jones’ Blutl] to Livingston, in Sumpter county. From Burnt Corn, Monroe county, via Godbold’s old store, to Allentown, in Wilcox county. From Linden, m Marengo county, via Flat settlement, Moscow, and Perrymau’s store, to Livingston, in Sumpter county. From Livingston, in Sumpter county, Alabama, to Marion, in Lauderdale county, Mississippi. From Manningham,1n Butler county, to Mount Willing and Haynesville, in Lowndes cotmty, thence to Washington, Autauga county. From Dallas, in'Ham1lton county, Tennessee, through the Lookout. and Wills valleys, via Reason, Rollins, the seat of justice for De Kalb county, to Bennettsville, Saint Clair county, Alabama. From Monticello, in Pike county, to Tuskegee, in Macon county. From Calhoun, McMinn county, Tennessee, via Walker’s place, McDaniel’s, Richard Tayl0r’s, Walker court-house, Georgia, VVilliam Henry’s, Charles Price’s, Dougherty’s mills, Chatooga, or Gaylesville, Smith’s ferry, on Coosa river, Francis Adams, and Rawden’s store, to Jacksonville, Benton county. From Knoxville, Green county, via Gainesville, in Sumpter county, to N arketa, Kemper county, Mississippi. From Fort Mitchell, via Roanoke post office, Stewart county, Georgia, Irwinton, in Barbour county, Alabama, to Fort Gaines, in Early county, Georgia (the mail to be carried on the west side of the Chattahoochee river). From Uniontown, Perry county, via Athens, Bogue Chitto, to Portland, on Alabama river. From Monticello, in Pike county, to- Daleville, in Dale county. From Rockford, in Coosa county, via Montreal, in Tallapoosa county, to Lafayette, in Chambers county. From Irwinton, on the Chattahoochee river, via Clayton, in Barbour county, Midway, and through the southwest part of Macon county, to Mount Meigs, in Montgomery county. From Mount Willing, via Maule’s store, to Benton, in Lowndes county. From Montgomery, along the Patsalaggo road, to the nearest point on the route running from Greenville, to Gaines’s store, Pike county. From Mount Meigs, in Montgomery county, via Carter’s store, to Haynesville, in Lowndes county. From La Grange, in Troup county, Georgia, via Dickson's mills, Randolph court-house, to Talladega, in Talladega county, Alabama. From Haynesville, via Hickory grove, to the nearest point on the road from Montgomery to Palsalaggo, and from thence to the nearest point on the route from Monticello, in Pike county, to Gaines’s store. From Vernon, in Troup county, Georgia, via Hurst’s store, to Lafayette, in Chambers county, Alabama. From Jacksonville, Benton county, via White plains and Boiling springs, Randolph court-house, Lafayette and Cassitah, to Gerard, thence to Columbus, Georgia. From Talladega court—house to Lafayette, in Chambers county. From West Point, in Troup county, Georgia, via Cassitah and Tallassee, to Wetumpka, in Montgomery county, Alabama. From Tuskeega, in Macon county, via Tuckabatchee, to Tallassee, in Tallapoosa county. From Greensboro' to Candy’s landing, on the Black Warrior river. From Washington, Autauga county, via Kingston, Independence, Hamilton, Oakridge, and Valley creek, to Marion, in Perry county. From Rockford, in Coosa county, via Chesnut creek, to Maplesville, in Bibb county. From Greenville, in Butler county, via Robb’s store, to Sparta, thence to Pensacola, Florida. From Dale court—house to Valambrosa, in Florida. From Tallahassee, via Tuckabatchee, to Line creek post office. From Bellefonte, in Jackson county, via De Kalb court-house, and Cherokee court-house, to Jacksonville, Benton county. From Lafayette, in Chambers county, via Randolph court-house, crossing Talapoosa river at Sawyers’ ferry, via White plains, Jacksonville, in Benton county, thence crossing Coosa river at Walker’s ferry, by Double spring, by