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route, via Wilmington, N. C., during a portion of the year, the arrivals in schedule time were 431; out of schedule time, 136. The year 1857 shows a still greater number of irregularities on the same routes; yet the Post-master General, in his report, says the years 1859-'60 showed a marked improvement as compared with preceding years! We learn from the Department that post-masters throughout the Confederate States are required to make a report of all moneys in their hands on the 1st of June, 1861, belonging to the United States; the sum to be divided pro rate among the contractors who have continued the mail service. It will give some idea of the busines of the Department ot state that one clerk in the Contract Bureau alone, has recorded 3,700 letters since the 1st of June, without counting the circulars, which are sent off in vast numbers. We have no desire to apologize for any defects in the Post-Office Department, if defect, exist, and have merely stated some facts