Letter from Ebenezer Hazard, September 12


A Letter from Mr˙ Ebenezer Hazard, dated yesterday, was read and filed. He says he cannot see any reason why the Albany Post should not continue to ride on the east side of Hudson' s River as far as Fishkill, though "the Comptroller desires his route may not be altered until there is an absolute necessity or order from the Postmaster General." In a postscript to his Letter, he mentions that some postage is due to him, and requests an order for payment.

Ordered, That Mr˙ McKesson, one of the Secretaries of the Convention of this State, pay the postage due to Mr˙ Hazard, and charge the same to this State.