NP, AG 1/1D/1861

From the Alexandria (Va.) Gazette
January 1, 1861
Mail Line
New Arrangement, May 21st, 1860
Alexandria, Loudoun & Hampshire Railroad
Daily Line Between Alexandria and Winchester (Sundays excepted)
via Fall's Church, Vienna, Fairfax C. H., Hunter's Mill, Thornton, Herndon, Guilford, Farmwell, Leesburg, Hamilton, Purcellsville, Snickersville, Castleman's Ferry, and Berryville, by the Alexandria, Loudoun & Hampshire Railroad and Means & Fawcett's first class Mail Coaches.
   On and after Monday, 21st inst., will leave the Depot at Alexandria, at 8 A. M., and arrive at Winchester at 5 P. M.
   Leave Winchester at 5 A. M., and Leesburg 11 1/2 A. M., arriving at Alexandria 2 P. M., in time for immediate connexion with Washington and Baltimore.
   To and from Winchester, $3.25; Berryville, $3; Leesburg, $1.50. Intermediate points in proportion.
W. Blythe
General Superintendent