Letters left at the post office in Petersburg, PA in 1829.
^HE Enroned Militia of the 2nd ■ — Brigade. 5th. Division, Pcnnsvl- Pcnnsvl- vania Militia, are regtiired to be para- para- ded and trained, as folio ws> viz. ;— IN COMPANIES, on Monday the 4th of May next, at such places as their Commanding umcers may aireot. iN BATTAI.iONS,^ft11ows,Tiz. The 1st Battalioirof the~90th Regt. on do. on Juesaay cne iuin,- iuin,- i ne isi nai-talion nai-talion nai-talion of the 89th Regt. on Wednesday The . at Battalio ' and the 2d Battalion of do. on Saturday me 1 bin oj iviay nexi — tume^ manding Omcers should direct Kegi- Kegi- Voluflteeg^tnpanies niay attach themselves to which of the above Bat- Bat- they tuay find most convenient and parade with suciyfor inspection Appeals, tor the Militia, on Monaay i Rth nt June nert—inr V niUrttft Mondau the id of November next. . JACOB ZANDERS, " ^rig. Itup. 2dBrif. 5th Div. Pa. Ma. April 7. . tp j-Peter j-Peter List tit Lftitwa, t Remaining in the Post-Office Post-Office Post-Office at Petersburg, <Little9-Town), <Little9-Town), <Little9-Town), Pa. April 1, 1829. Trtdf rick grkkhtrt ^AfiJiLM^i Henry Fisel- Fisel- John FitMBOM Conrad Haverstock Elizabeth Hughes Pbilip Long [April 7.1 Alfred Newlon jjohnWyant < Andrew Winrott [ David Warner J David Ztjck. | c. s. Di FOR APRIL TERM, 1829. George Oyster. Jesse Seabrooks. Nicholas Kemey. John Shriver. ■ im m Peter Stem w. John Kinert va. John Paxton vs. J. C. Cockey'i ex'n va. - C.S.Ditterline'i? Adm'r. ^ Mary White's Ex'r. va. yPD.n Mumma Mary Reed's Adm'r. Samuel White etal. Hugh Denwiddie wm. W. Taylor va. TBaddeui Steven* vs. -Atnry -Atnry Bishop vs. W. ffTBtlb. U> R> Honter vi, %. Herbert. Wm. S. Moore. Martin Get*. Conrad 8nyder. J It J King.