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For some years before 1820 a courier travelled between these settlements and Fredericton along the course of the Nashwaak river.
The postage from Fredericton to London, England, was sixty-four cents for a single letter.
A letter consisting of a single sheet cost twelve cents to carry it from St. John to Fredericton if it weighed less than an ounce.
The second leading route was that between Halifax and Fredericton by way of Truro.
The real difficulties for the courier began when he left Fredericton on his journey to Quebec.