Notice to Southern coach travelers (1829)

Original publication: Washington Globe (Washington DC) Date: July 10, 1829
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Notice to Southern coach travelers

Passengers for the South are respectfully informed that a line of Stages will go into operation on Friday, the 9th instant. Leaving Clagget’s Hotel, Alexandria, evry other day at 5 o’clock AM and airiving at Fredericksburg early the same afternoon — and vice versa.

Comfortable Troy-built Coaches, first rate teams, and skilled drivers are placed on this route, and every atenttion will be paid to the comfort and convenience of passengers.

A Coach will leave Alexandria daily at 8 0’clock AM for Washington, in time for the Baltimore stage at 10 o’clock; returning, will leave Washington at 3-1/2 o’clock PM.

For seats, enquire at the Phenix Stage Office (Gadsby’s) and at Strother’s Hotel.

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Source publication: Washington Globe (Washington DC)

Publication date: July 10, 1829

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