Three Rivers
Hudson~Mohawk~Schoharie
History From America's Most Famous Valleys


Western Stage.
Stage Coach on Cherry Valley Turnpike
BY CHERRY VALLEY, CAZENOVIA, MANLIUS, COOPERSTOWN & OXFORD.
Cazenovia Pilot, Wed., Oct. 12, 1814

Contributed by Richard Palmer

Leave Albany for Cherry Valley, every day (Sunday excepted) at 5 A.M. Leaves Cherry Valley Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at 4 P.M., Lodges at Richfield; leaves Richfield Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 5 A.M. Dines at Manlius, Lodges at Onondaga. The Stage leaves Onondaga for the west every day.

Leaves Cherry Valley Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, at 4 P.M. for Cooperstown; Leaves Cooperstown on Friday for Oxford.

RETURNING.

Leaves Manlius Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at the arrival of the stage from the west, lodges at Richfield, arrives at Albany the next day.

Leaves Cooperstown Monday, Wednesday and Friday, arrives at Albany the same day. Leave Oxford every Saturday, at 2 P.M. arrive at Cooperstown on Sunday.

The Proprietors of the Cherry-Valley line have formed a connection with the Utica and Canandaigua Company, at Manlius, and should that line be full , there is an Extra at Manlius for the express purpose of conveyance to any part of the line.

Usual allowance of Baggage, 125 lbs. equal to a passenger; all surplus baggage to be paid for, and at the risk of the owner.

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