dispatch from

dispatch someone from (some place)

to send someone from some place. I dispatched a messenger from here over an hour ago. A telegram will be dispatched from my office first thing in the morning.
See also: dispatch
References in classic literature ?
Almost at the same moment in which the Secretary of Marine, the vice-president of the Gun Club, and the sub-director of the Observatory received the dispatch from San Francisco, the Honorable J.
At that exact moment your friend, mother, or son sends a Dispatch from the front line of their adventures, you can now keep up to date on the iPhone.