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The Daily Dispatch: June 2, 1864., [Electronic resource], The mails over the Greensboro' Railroad. (search)
, S. C, for daily mail trains, with further understanding that they would run double daily mail trains if not prevented by the accessibly for military transportation. By this schedule the mails are to go from Richmond the Charlotte, N. C, in twenty-four hours, and the only reason why it was not put in operation at once was the fact that the Presidents of these roads found it impracticable to make the necessary arrangements and changes to put this schedule into effect before Saturday, the 4th of June, at which time it is hoped that they will be ready; so than not a day was lost by the Postmaster General in endeavoring to put the highest grade of mail service on this route, with close connections, and the highest attainable rate of speed Perhaps the Danville Appeal will be as ready to exercise its risibles, "if it were not too serious a matter for laughter," at its own ignorance in as suming to write about a matter of which it knew nothing, and about which it made no reasonable inq