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Matchett's Baltimore Director for 1842
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Mails lor the minor offices in Cecil, Kent, Talbot, Caroline, Dorchester and Queen
Anne's Counties and Quanlico and B. C. Springs, are closed Sunday, Tuesday and
Friday, at 9 P. M. and for the County Towns, Mon. Wed. and Sat. at 8 A. M. and
are due on Sunday, Tu. and Th. at 3 1/4 P. M.
Mails are closed for the miner offices on the E. S. of Virginia and most parts of De-
laware, Monday, Wed. and Sat. 9 P. M. and for the County Towns, Sunday Tu. and
Th. 8 A. M.
For any distance (from one office to another) not over 30 miles, 6 1/4 Cents.
For any distance over 30 miles and not exceeding 80 miles, 10
" 80 " " " 150 " 12 1/2
" 150 " " " 400 " 18 3/4
" 400 miles, 25
Double letters or those containing more than one piece of paper, are charged with
double these rates. Triple letters, triple rates, &c.
Newspapers to any distance in the State in which they are printed or out of the
State not over 100 miles, are charged with 1 cent postage. Over 100 miles and out of
the State 1 1/4 cents each.
Letters for Foreign Ports, must have the American inland Postage paid where they
are mailed.
Office hours from 7 A. M. to 7 P. M. in the summer season, and from 7 A. M. to
6 P. M. in winter, and from 9 to 10 A. M. on Sunday.
C. T. MADDOX, Assistant.
Baltimore Post Office, June 1, 1842.
By the regulation! prescribed by the Post Master General, for a system of "Letter-
Carrien in the cities of the United Statas," the Carriers are permitted to receive let-
ters for deposite in the Post Office, at all places within their respective Districts, as
alto to establish, with the approbation of the Department, particular places of depo-
site within their respective Districts, for such letters as are intended to be sent to the
Post Office.
In pursuance of these regulations, and with a view of extending the accommodations
of the Post Office, by facilitating the transmission of letters to the Office, as well as
from it, the following depots for the receipt of letters, to be placed in the Post Office,
have been established in the several Districts of the Carriers, as named:
In J. Musselman's District—The Three Tun Tavern, corner of Pratt and Paca sts.
In D. Rayhice's District—The residence of the Carrier, Saratoga street, 9 doors
west of Chatsworth.
In J. Gallaher's District—Golden Horse Tavern, corner Howard and Franklin sts.
In W. White's District—At Wm. Moore's, corner Pratt street and Smith's wharf.
In E. A. Wells's District—At Messrs. Ahern & Boyd's, corner oi Baltimore and
Liberty streets.
In Z. C. Johnson's District—Corner of Thames and Market streets, F. P.
In H. Lusby's District—Number 14 Exeter street, north of Pitt.





Balt. Fire Insurance Co.

No. 20, South street,

Wm. A. Tucker,

F. Woodworth.

Merchants' do.

No. 18, South street,

Isaac Tyson,

Geo. B. Coale.

Firemen's do.

Cor. South & Second,

John Reese,

T. G. Rutter.

Balt. Equitable Society,
Am. Lite In. & Trust Co.

No. 19, South street,
No. 19, South street,

P. Macauley,

Joseph King, Jr.
Richd. Wilson.

Am. Insur. Co. of Balt.

In the Exchange,

A. J. Schwartze,

Baltimore Insurance Co.
Baltimore Life Insur. Co.

In the Exchange,
No. 15, South street,

S. T. Thompson,
J. I. Donaldson,


Anthony Miltenberger, West of Calvert, in Mercer street.
William Eichelberger, Corner St. Paul's and Fayette streets.
Robert M. Welch, No. 46 Lombard itreet, near Gay.
Henry S. Sanderson, S. W. Corner Gay and Lombard streets.


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