The circulation of the Dispatch.

Such is the wonderful amount of the circulation of the Dispatch, that it is utterly impossible for us to supply it to our city readers as early in the morning as heretofore. This has occasioned numerous complaints, and we very much regret our inability to obviate the difficulties out of which they have grown.

Some of our regular subscribers are under the impression that they are neglected to accommodate the transient demand. They are mistaken in this. There is no arrangement in the office intended to give any such preference over them. On the contrary, all of the regulations in the department which governs the distribution of the paper are intended for their advantage over all, after the male are sent off.

If we can accomplish our plans, we shall, in two or three months, have the power to meet the large demand upon us promptly and satisfactorily. If human energy can achieve this, it shall be done. In the meantime we ask the indulgence of our friends.

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