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the Commonwealth139,305 18 to the credit of the Literary Fund59,459 98 to the credit of the Board of Public Works4,632 18 to the credit of the Sinking Fund50,911 42 254,302 66 received from the 1st day of October, 1860, to the 30th day of September, 1861: on account of the Commonwealth8,364,534 69 on account of the Literary Fund82,629 50 on account of the Board of Public Works1,770,459 59 10,197,659 84 10,441,962 50 Disbursed from the 1st day of October, 1860, to the 30th day of September, 1861: on account of the Commonwealth8,835,655 62 on account of the Literary Fund124,295 62 on acc't of the Board of Public Works1,766,871 20 10,226,821 94 Deduct amount of increase of balance on hand to credit of the Sinking Fund, (as shown by comparison of balance on hand 1st October, 1860, and 1st October, 1861,) this amount having been disbursed by the Commonwealth's Fund to Sink'g Fund, and now unexpended17,427 83 10,209,824 11 Balance on han
With high respect, &c., Th. D. Warren. The Department, having thoroughly investigated the subject, and the facts set forth having been substantiated by a letter from the Postmaster at Plymouth, the preposed change was sanetioned. The circumstances of this case illustrate the difficulty of perfecting a new postal service in time of war, though it is but one of a thousand which the Department has to encounter. The following is the letter alluded to: Post-Office, Plymouth, N. C., Sept, 30, 1861. Chief of Contract Bureau-- Sir: --In reply to yours of the 21st inst., in regard to my opinion relative to the new schedult assumed by the contractors on route No. 5,058, from Plymouth to Franklin Depot, I have to say that although our people would prefer the former arrangement, they are so fully convinced of the necessity of forcing the two mail boats into the service, that all will cheerfully acquiesce. The connection, although later it the day at Norfolk, will be perfect. Re