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METROPOLITAN WATER COMPANIES, WITH THEIR OFFICES. Chelsea-16, Great Queen-st., Westminster Lambeth-139, Blackfriar's-road East London-16, St. Helen's-place

New River-New River Head, near Sad. Grand Junction—7, Brooke-st., Grosvenor- ler's Wells square

Southwark and Vauxhall-Sumner-street, Hampstead-43, Frederick-place, Hamp- Southwark stead-road

West Middlesex_20, Nottingham-place,
Kent--Mill-lane, Deptford

New-road
METROPOLITAN GAS-LIGHT COMPANIES, WITH THEIR OFFICES.
Alliance_39, Finsbury-circus

European—39, Finsbury-circus
Bow-Old Ford

Imperial-33, John-street, Bedford-row British-11, George-yard, Lombard-street, Independent—Haggerston and 105, Broad-street, Ratcliff

London-26, Southampton-street, Strand Chartered—19, New Bridge-street, Black- Phenix-64, Bankside friars.

Poplar-King-street, Poplar
City of London-Dorset-street, Salisbury- Ratcliff–189, Wapping High-street
square

South Metropolitan-Canal Bridge, Old
Commercial_Ben Jonson's Fields, Stepney Kent-road
Deptford--Creek-street, Deptford

United General-6, Austin Friars
Equitable—21, John-street, Adelphi, and Western--33, Clement’s-lane, Lombard-
Thames-bank, Westminster

street

LONDON FIRE ENGINE ESTABLISHMENT, 68, WATLING-STREET.
The following are the stations at which Engines are to be found, both Day and Night.
Ratcliffe_Wellclose-square

Blackfriars_Farringdon-street
Cheapside-68, Watling-street

Covent Garden_Chandos-street Holborn-No. 254, High Holborn

St. Giles's-George-yard, Crown-street Oxford-street-Wells-street

Golden-square-King-street Portman-square-King-st., Baker-street Tooley-street, 147 Southwark Bridge-road

Waterloo Bridge-road Westminster_Horseferry-road

Shadwell-Broad-street Rotherhithe Lucas-street

The Floating Engines lie off King's Stairs, St. Mary Ase-Jeffries-square

Rotherhithe, and Southwark Bridge Finsbury-Whitecross-street

Superintendent—Mr. J. Braidwood, 68, Watling-street.

GENERAL POST OFFICE, LONDON.
EVENING MAILS.

lopes are to be purchased at every post-
* The Receiving Houses are open for office, as well as at most stationers, at the
general post letters till half-past five, or till rate of ls. 1d. per dozen of penny and 2s. 2d.
six P.M., if the letters be pre-paid by stamps, per dozen of twopenny envelopes, and this
and bear an additional id. stamp as a fee; rate is most rigidly ordered to be observed
and at St. Martin's-le-Grand and the Branch in all fractional parts of the dozen. Shilling
Offices, at Charing Cross, Old Cavendish- stamps and tenpenny stamps are also now
street, Stones' End, Southwark, and Lom- issued.
bard-street, till six without fee; at the first Newspapers, to go the same day, must be
three Branch Offices táll a quarter to seven; put into the General Post Office before six
at Lombard-street and the General Post o'clock; but those put in before half-past
Office, St. Martin's.le-Grand, till seven, with seven o'clock will go the same evening by
an additional ld. stamp; and at St. Martin's- paying a halfpenny with each. In the
le-Grand till half-past seven P.M., with a fee branch offices they must be put in before
of 6d. The extra penny on all inland letters half-past 5, and at the Receiving Houses be-
to be paid by a stamp, but upon foreign, fore 5. They must be sent in covers, open at
colonial, or ship letters the penny must be the sides, and, to go free, no words or com-
paid in money.

munication must be printed on such paper General post letters are charged by after the same shall have been published, nor weight, as follows:

any writing or marks upon such printed Letters not exceeding oz., one postage paper, or the cover thereof, other than the Do.

1 oz., two postages name and address of the person to whom it Do.

four postages

is sent; but, by affixing a stamp conspi-
Do.
3 oz., six postages; cuously on the cover,

the

paper and so on, adding two postages for every be written on, but this exemption does not ounce; but parliamentary papers are an apply to papers sent abroad. If addressed exception. The price of a postage is ld., to persons who have removed, they may be which must be pre-paid, either by money re-directed, and sent free of extra charge. or the use of a stamp, or it will be charged Failure in these conditions subjects the double, and if the weight of the letter paper to the same rate of postage as an unshould exceed the value of the stamps at. paid letter. Single books may also be sent tached, the excess will be charged double : by post, open at the ends, at the rate of 6d. thus, a letter weighing more than half an per pound, which must be pre-paid by ounce, but not exceeding an ounce, if bear- stamps, every fraction being reckoned as a ing id. stamp only, will be charged an ad- pound. ditional 2d. on delivery. Stamped enve- British newspapers sent to foreign coun.

2 OZ.,

itself may

tries (where they are permitted to go free granted by every post-town upon every through the foreign post) go free: but if other post-town in the United Kingdom, otherwise, they are charged a British post- on application at the various offices; and age of 2d. each ; or a rate equivalent to the also by and upon certain offices in the meforeign rate. French and Belgium news- tropolis, of which the postmasters are furpapers are subject to a postage in England nished with a list, for which a commission of one halfpenny. English papers pay in of 3d. for Two Pounds, and 6d. for any sum France a postage of 5 centimes.

above Two Pounds and not exceeding Five Newspapers to and from the Colonies are Pounds, is charged. They must be pretransmitted free (unless sent by private sented for payment within the second calenships), and must be posted within a week dar month after their issue or a fresh order of their publication.

will be charged for, and within the twelfth MORNING MAILS.

calendar month, or they will not be paid at The Letter Boxes at the Receiv

all. Post Office Orders are recommended Houses will be open till seven A.m. for news- for small sums; and, if neither that nor repapers, and 7.45 A.M. for letters; and those gistration be adopted, that all bills, notes, at the branch offices, Charing Cross, Old &c., be cut in halves, and sent by different Cavendish-street, and the Borough, for the

posts; the numbers, dates, &c., should also reception of newspapers until half-past be carefully taken. No money orders are seven A.m., and for letters until eight A.M.

issued or paid on a Sunday. At the General Post Office and the Branch The following is a List of Receiving Office in Lombard-street, the boxes will

Houses within the limits of the London close for newspapers at a quarter before District Post appointed for the issue and eight A.m., and for letters at half past eight payment of money orders :A.M. Mail despatched at half-past nine A.M.

Within the Three Mile Circle.

General Post Office, St. Martin's-le-Grand, No person will be permitted hereafter Branch Offices — Borough, Charing Cross, to send or receive letters free of postage. Old Cavendish Street, Lombard Street Members however of either House of Par- (for issuing orders only) liament will be entitled to receive, free of Battle Bridge, No. 1, Pleasant Row charge, petitions addressed to either House Bloomsbury, No. 1, Broad Street of Parliament, provided they are sent Camberwell Green without covers, or in covers open at the Camden Town, No. 98, High Street sides, and do not exceed the weight of City Road, No. 36, near Old Street thirty-two ounces. Addresses to Her Ma. Clerkenwell Green, No. 41 jesty will likewise go free of postage. Coventry Street, Soho, No. 1

The rates on newspapers and letters of Dockhead, No. 11 soldiers and sailors will remain unaltered, Gray's Inn Lane, No. 43, Up. North Place with the exception, however, that the pri- Great Surrey Street, No. 231 vilege now given to soldiers' and sailors' Great Tower Street, No. 36 letters will be restricted to the cases in Hackney, No. 8, Church Street which they shall not exceed half an ounce High Holborn, No. 62 in weight.

Islington, No. 86, Upper Street Letters exceeding 4 oz. in weight, must Kennington Cross, No. 2 be pre-paid in money or in stamps. With Kingsland Road, No. 4, Orchard Place this restriction, any weight may be sent by Lambeth, No. 33, Mount Street post; but the packet must not exceed two Limehouse, No. 54, Three Colt Street feet in length, and nothing should be posted Mile End, No. 6, Ireland Row which will not bear the crush in the letter

Old Kent Road, No. 9, Northampton Place bags.

Oxford Street, No. 210 The rate of postage for Parliamentary Piccadilly, No. 65 Papers is ld. for every 4 oz. They may be Pimlico, No. 28, Queen's Row also sent to Hamburgh, Bremen, or Lubeck, Ratcliffe, No. 77, Broad Street viâ Hamburgh, open at the ends and pre- Shoreditch, No. 211 paid, if not exceeding 2 oz. for ld.; above Strand, No. 180, corner of Norfolk Street 2 oz. and not exceeding 3 oz. for 6d.; above Tottenham Court Road, No. 103 3 oz. and not exceeding 4 oz. for 8d.; and Upper Baker Street, No. 54 2d. per oz. extra up to 16 oz.

Walworth, No. 15, Crosby Row Letters containing coin or articles of Westminster, No. 8, Broadway value are recommended to be registered. Whitechapel Road, No. 1 Such letters and any others may be regis- Beyond the Three Mile Circle. tered at any of the receiving-houses in Barking Deptford Hendon London till five o'clock for the evening Barnet

Dulwich Highgate mail, and at any post-office in the country Bexley Edgware Hounslow until within half an hour of the closing Brentford Edmonton Kensington of the bag to the place for which they are Bromley, Eltham Kingston directed. The fee in any case in Great Bri- Kent Enfield Lewisham tain is 6d. and the postage, and to France Brompton, Greenwich Norwood 6d. and double the French postage. Such Carshalton Hammer- Paddington letters bearing a sufficient number of stamps Chelsea

smith Putney will pass as paid letters, but the registration Chiselhurst Hampstead Richmond fee must in every case be paid in money. Clapham Hampton Romford

Money orders for sums under 5l. are Croydon Harrow Southall

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Bavaria, via France

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Austrian Dominions and) Unif. Brit. &

Cities of Cracow and Foreign rate, Stanmore Tooting Woodford

Belgrade, via France (under oz.) 15 StokeNewing. Turnham Wcolwich

Baden
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Wurtemberg do.

do. 0 10 Switzerland do.

do. 011 A money order granted upon London,

Belgiuni.
do.

0 10 without specifying any particular office in

Certain Northern States of Europe, forLondon, can only be paid at the General

warded through the Office of Tour and I 8 Post Office in St. Martin's-le-Grand. Where Taxis, via France

do. personal attendance is inconvenient, pay

Certain States of Germany, served by the

13

Office of Tour and Taxis, sia France do. ment may be obtained by receipting the

Wallachia and Moldavia, via France do. 9 order and giving the bearer information as

Turkey in Europe (Belgrade excepted), un to the Christian name, surname, and oc- and Scutari in Asia, via France do. S cupation of the person who obtained the Constantinople, Seutari, Seres, and Salo

2 3 order.

nica, via Belgium, Prussia, or Hamburgh)
Galatz and Ibraila

do,

2 2 FOREIGN LETTERS.

Jassy and Bucharest

do.

2 Foreign letters, when transmitted by Botuschany

do.

1 11 packet, will be liable to the single rates of *Turkey in Europe, Wallachia, Moldavia, packet postage given in the Table below. and Servia (except the places above

mentioned)

do.

15 By Packets from Southampton.

Southern Poland (viz. the Governments of Between the United

Single

Cracow, Lublin, and Sandomier), and
Kingdom and

Rate.
Southern Russia, via France do.

1 3 * Lisbon

Is. 9d. *Spain (by Southampton packet)

Alexandria, Beyrout, and Smyrna, by

3 2 2

French Packet, via Marseilles : do. 1 6

do. Puscany and Naples

do. 1 0 cepted).

*Sardinia and Sicily

do.

do. 3 Alexandria

1 6
Roman States

do.

do. 17 *Chili, Peru, and Western Coast of

2 0
of} Greece

do.

do. 1 5 America

do. Malta

do. 1 1 *Hayti and Foreign West India Islands (Cuba excepted) 1 5 Malta by the monthly closed Mail, via

1 1 Marseilles

do. *New Granada and Venezuela

do.
1 0
Alexandria

do.

1 8 *Mexico and Cuba.

2 3
*India

do. do. Gibraltar

1 10 *Hong Kong

do. do. 1 10 Malta

*Ionian Islands

do.

1 6 Ionian Islands

By Packets from London.
Honduras
British West Indies (Jamaica and Ber- 1 0

Prussia, via Hamburgh, Unif. Brit. and bice excepted)

and Holland

For. rate, not .) esceed. oz.

1 0 Kingston, Jamaica

do. under 1 oz. Ditto, via Belgium

1 0 Aden, Ceylon, India, and Hong Kong, via Southampton

Mecklenburgh Schwerin, Meck-)

lenburgh Strelitz, Oldenburg, and 13 *Madeira, via Lisbon

19
Saxony

do.

do. *Ditto, by West Indian Packet

1 TO

German States (except Wurtem-
Jamaica, the Packet (This includes the
Port of Kingston ex- Internal Colonial

burg) served by the Post Office
of Tour and Taxis

do.) cepted rate of 20. per Poland

do. 2 1 Berbice half ounce) .12 Russia

do, 1 7 By Pachels from Fulmouth.

Sweden

do. 1 10
Packet Inland Single
Rate. Postage.t Rate.
Austrian States (by route of Bel-

18

dos s. d. d.

gium and Holland s. d.

Austrian Silesia and Gallicia, (do: * Madeira

18

2 ..
1 10

13

do. * Brazil

of Hamborgh)
27
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2 9

All other parts of the Austrian * Buenos Ayres

2 5

2
2 7

17 States

do. By Packets from Liverpool.

Holland do. not exceeding oz. 10 United States • Rate, not exceed. Foz. f1 0 Uniform Brit. and For. Hanover and Brunswick do.

09 Denmark

do.

0 10 Bermuda

1 0 Newfoundland

Libeck

do,

'09

do. Hamburgh

0 Nova Scotia, New

Bremen

do. Brunswick, & Prince Uniform Rate : 1 0 nice

Oldenburgh

do,

9 Edward Island

do. Mecklenburgh Schwerin

010 Canada Uniform Brit. and For.

*Heligoland
Uniform rate of

6 Rate

1 2
*Cuxhaven

do.

06 By Pachets from Dover. Belgium Brit. and For. (under oz.)

*Countries on the Continent of Europe,
1 0
via Holland

do.

0 *Countries on the Conti. Uniiorm British

#Java, do.

do.

1 0 nent of Europe, via rate (not CXBelgium ceeding oz.).

*Sweden, Norway, and

08 France and Algeria Brit. and For.

Mecklenburgh Stre

litz if addressed via (under oz.) 0 10 *Spain, Portugal, Sardinia, Tuscany, and

Hamburgh and not in- Packet Inland Single

tended to be forwarded Lucca, via France do.

0 10 do. S

Rate. Postage. Rite. * Prussia, Northern Rus

through Prussia

1 8 0 2 1 10 sia, Holland, Two

The single uniform rate on letters beSicilies, Papal States, Unif Brit. Modena, Parma, Placen

tween the United Kingdom and places be

rate, uot extia, Greece, Archipelago

ceeding oz. 05

yond sea and Ionian Islands, via

(Hamburg and Lubeck ex

cepted, to which the postage is 6d. only), France

when conveyed by private ship will be sus The Postage to all the places marked * must be paid in advance. + If not posted or delivered at the Pori.

These Rates include the Internal Colonial Rate of 20. per half-ounce.

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Countries on the Continent

of Europe, via Prussia

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Holland 1s., in whatever part of the United (St. Juan de Nicaragua). New Granada, Kingdom they may be posted or delivered. Chili, and Peru, on the 17th of every month The rate of 8d. must be taken on letters only. Via Falmouth Madeira, Brazil, between the United Kingdom and the East and Buenos Ayres, 4th of every month. Indies, &c., when conveyed by private ship. Via Liverpool - British N. America, and

It is clearly to be understood that the United States, every alternate Friday dursingle rates of postage given in the above ing Dec., Jan., Feb., and March, and every instructions are applicable only to letters Friday during the other eight months. not exceeding half an ounce in weight.

LONDON DISTRICT POST. Letters exceeding half an ounce advance in

The principal office is at the General proportion to their weight.

Post-Office. It must, however, be borne in mind that

Letters going from one Part of the Town this Scale does not apply to French and

to another, if put into the Belgium rates on letters to and from France, Belgium, and through France,

Receiving at bef. 8, 10, 12 a.m., 1, 2, 3, 4, 5,

6,8 p.m., or as the present system of charging French

Chief at 9 11 a.m., 4 bef. 1 2 3 4 5 6, and rates on such letters must continue in force, Offices

at 7 and 9 p.m. viz., a single French rate for each quarter Will be at 10 12 a.m., 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6,8 p.m., of an ounce exclusive. Letters to and from sent outs and at 8 a.m. following morn. warm climates are recommended to be sealed with wafers instead of wax.

The above deliveries are confined to Mails made up in London as follows:- London; and in the environs, within a Via London, France, twice daily : till 7 circle of three miles, including Camber. P.M. Belgium, daily. Holland every Wed- well, Camden Town, Dalston, Hackney, nesday and Saturday: Letters received till Holloway, Islington, Kent Road (Old), 8 A.M. Germany and the North of Eu- Kennington, Kentish Town, Kingsland, rope on the evenings of Tuesday and Newington Butts, Pentonville, ShackleFriday: ; Via Southampton — Channel Is- well, South Lambeth, Somers Town, lands, Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday: Vauxhall, and Walworth, there are six Portugal, Madeira (via Lisbon), Spain, and deliveries a day, and letters posted in Gibraltar, on the 7th, 17th, and 27th of London before six are delivered the every month.

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Gibraltar, Malta, Greece, evening. All places within six miles of Ionian Islands, Egypt, Ceylon, and India, the the General Post Office have letters deli20th of every month. British West Indies vered the same evening if posted before (except Honduras and Bermuda), Foreign five o'clock at a receiving-house, or before West Indies (except Havana), Venezuela, a quarter to six at the chief office. The disand Jacmel (Hayti), 2nd and 17th of trict extends twelve miles round London, every month. Bermuda, Nassau, Havana, but includes Hampton Court, Hampton, Honduras, New Orleans, Vera Cruz, Tam- and Sunbury, though beyond the limits; and pico, and St. Juan (Porto Rico), 2nd of the number of deliveries vary from five to every month only. Madeira, Grey Town two.

MAIL ROUTES DIRECT FROM LONDON. The following List, by the kindness of the Gentlemen connected with the Mail-Coach Superintendent's Department at the Post-Office, has been corrected according to the latest arrangements, and is of importance, as enabling persons to ascertain the time of receiving and delivering letters, as well as of forwarding parcels, and otherwise availing themselves of these conveyances. A very trifling computation will enable them also to ascertain the time of the mail passing any of the intermediate places. The first column gives the distance in miles from London, measured from the Post-Office; the third is the time of the mail's passing from, and the last its time passing to, London. The mails leave the Post-Office, London, every evening at 8, except on Sundays, when they are an hour earlier. The time mentioned is London time throughout, for the difference between which and the time at the different places, see the Companion for 1831. BATH, BRISTOL, Exeter, and DevON PORT. 195 Yeovil

7 38m 4 50a Miles. Night Mail. leaves arrives 200 Sherborne..

8 18m 4 10a From Gen. Post Office 8 да 5 Om 173 Wellington

3 15m 9 48a 4 Paddington

8 55a 4 15m 182 Tiverton Station.. 3 35m 9 26a 17 West Drayton... 9 20a 3 47m 206 Southmolton..

7 5m 5 55a 22 Slough

9 30a 3 35m 217 Barnstaple ..... 8 24m 4 35a 26 Maidenhead 942a 3 25m 226 Bideford

10 10m 2 49a 39 Reading 10 10a 2 55m 227 llfracombe

10 14m 2 45a | 51 Wallingford... 10 35a 2 31m 184 Collompton

3 40m 9 22a 56 Didcot 10 48a 2 14m 197 Exeter

4 5m 9 Oa 67 Faringdon 11 12a 1 50m 205 Crediton

5 40m 7 25a 81 Swindon

11 40a
1 25m 206 Starcross

4 25m 8 27a 95 Tetbury 12 15m 12 40m 209 Dawlish

4 34m 8 17a 107 Gloucester 1 2m 11 40a 212 Teignmouth

4 43m 8 7a 97 Chippenham. 12 20m 12 40m 217 Newton

4 57m 7 55a 110 Bath 12 50m 12 10m 226 Totnes

5 20m

7 30a 122 Bristol 1 15m 11 50a 238 Ivy bridge

5 50m 7 3a 154 Bridgewater 2 35m 10 30a 248 Plymouth

6 25m 6 25a 166 Taunton 3 Om 10 5a 250 Devonport

6 45m 6 5a

BRIGHTON RAILWAY.
6 times from London.
5 times from Brighton.
BRISTOL and EXETER.

Day Mail.
From Gen. Post

Office 9 30m 1 50a 4 Paddington

10 15m 1 10a 22 Slough

10 53m 12 30a 26 Maidenhead

11 3m 12 20a 39 Reading

11 35m 11 53m 56 Didcot

12 12a 11 10m 66 Oxford..

12 38a 10 45m 81 Swindon

15а 10 13m 107 Gloucester

2 30a 8 27m 116 Cheltenham..

2 5a 8 20m 97 Chippenham

1 45a

9 35m 110 Bath

2 10a 9 Om 122 Bristol

2 40a 8 35m 154 Bridgewater

4 17a 166 Taunton

4 37a 173 Wellington

4 5la 197 Exeter .......

5 50a CAMBRIDGE Day Mail by Railway--See

Yarmouth.
CHESTER AND HOLYHEAD,

Express.
From Gen. Post Office 4 30a 1 28a
Euston Square

5 да 10а 179 Chester..

10 15a 6 30m 263 Holyhead..

| 30m 35m Chester, LIVERPOOL, MANCHESTER, CAR

LISLE, and GLASGOW.

Night Mail. From Gen. Post Office 8 Oa 5 18m 2 Euston Square

8 45a 4 50m 34 Tring

9 45a

3 45m 54 Wolverton

10 24a

3 7m 71 Weedon

11 4a

2 22m 84 Rugby

11 31a 1 54m 96 Coventry

12 24m 12 55m 114 Birmingham

1 12m 12 15m 128 Wolverhampton 12 38m 12 46m 111 Tamworth

12 25m 12 57m 117 Lichfield

12 40m 12 41m 134 Stafford

1 12m 12 8а 148 Whitmore

1 42m 11 38a 158 Crewe

2 Зm 11 да 179 Chester..

3 6m 10 13a 260 Holyhead

6 14m 6 58a 189 Manchester

3 39m 9 35a 181 Warrington..

2 57m 10 9a 200 Liverpool

3 54m 9 18a 185 Newton ....

3 13m 9 53a 207 Preston

4 5m 8 53a 226 Lancaster

4 50m 8 4a 245 Kendal

5 45m 7 5a 277 Penrith

7 7m 5 43a 294 Carlisle

8 1m 5 За 303 Gretna..

8 37m 4 28a 326 Dumfries..

11 Om 3 30a 334 Beatock Bridge 9 54m 3 14a 390 Glasgow

1 23a 7 57m 414 Stirling

1 23a 11 35m 450 Perth

2 58a 9 55m CHESTER, LIVERPOOL, MANCHESTER, CAR

LISLE, and GLASGOW.

Day Mail, From Gen. Post Office 9 30m 1 28a 2 Euston Square

10 Om 1 да 34 Tring

10 55m

11 55m 54 Wolverton ........

11 7m 68 Northampton ...... 1 За 9 45m 111 Peterborough

2 35a 6 25m

71 Weedon

12 9a 10 32m 84 Rugby

12 34a 10 5m 96 Coventry

12 58a 9 43m 114 Birmingham

1 40a 9 15m 128 Wolverhampton 1 22a 8 55m 111 Tamworth

1 28a 9 3m 117 Lichfield

1 43a 8 53m 134 Stafford ..

2 12a 8 20m 148 Whitmore

2 45a 7 58m 158 Crewe

3 8a 7 28m 179 Chester..

4 15a 6 30m 189 Manchester

4 45a 6 15m 181 Warrington..

3 58a 6 43m 200 Liverpool

4 45a 6 Om 185 Newton

4 18a 6 9m 207 Preston

5 6a 4 59m 226 Lancaster

6 0а 4 7m 245 Kendal..

6 50a 3 18m 277 Penrith

8 12a 25m 294 Carlisle

9 la 1 27m 303 Gretna ..

9 36а 12 57m 334 Beatock Bridge 10 49a 11 50a 390 Glasgow

1 30m 9

5a 414 Stirling

2 8m 8 33a 450 Perth

3 43m 6 53a DERBY, LINCOLN, LEEDS, HULL, YORK,

SCARBOROUGH, NEWCASTLE, and EDIN. BURGH.

Night Mail. From Gen. Post Office 8 Oa 4 53m 2 Euston Square.

Oa 4 30m 54 Wolverton

10 45a 2 20m 84 Rugby

12 5m 1 Om 104 Leicester

12 45m 12 12m 133 Derby

2 15m 11 148 Nottingham

2 55m 9 50a 170 Lincoln

4 55m 8 30a 156 Chesterfield

37m 9 47a 172 Masbrough

3 44m 9 14a 185 Barnsley ..

4 llm 8 43a 192 Wakefield

4 27m 8 28a 195 Normanton

4 40m 8 20a 204 Leeds

5 20m 7 35a 240 Hull..

6 50m 6 5a 218 York..

5 55m 7 20a 260 Scarborough

9 Om

4 5a 240 Thirsk

6 45m 6 10a 247 Northallerton

7 Om 5 552 261 Darlington

7 33m 5 25a 273 Stockton

8 30m 4 40a 281 Belmont

8 20m 4 39a 298 Gateshead

9 Om 4 Oa 314 Morpeth

10 5m 2 55a 332 Alnwick ..

10 45m 2 15a 349 Belford..

11 15a 1 43a 363 Berwick

12 5a 1 15a 391 Dunbar

1 За 11 55m 426 Edinburgh

2 5a 11 Om Dover.

Night Mail.
From Gen. Post Office 8 Oa 5 Om
Station..

8 30a 4 30m 21 Reigate

94a 3 50m 41 Tunbridge

9 36a 3 20m 53 Staplehurst.

10 la 2 57m 67 Ashford

10 23a 2 35m 81 Folkstone

10 55a 2 10m 88 Dover Station 11 да 2 Om Post Office

11 15a 1 45m
Dover.
Day Mail.

To Dover From Dover
From Gen. Post

Office ... 100 m lll Om 2 0 a

11 34m

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