POST OFFICE, Williamsburg, May 8, 1767.
THE publick is hereby desired to take notice that the Hampton rider will arrive in Williamsburg every Monday and Friday evening, coming through York town, and returning to Hampton on Tuesday and Saturday. That the Hanover rider will set off from Newcastle early every Monday and Friday, to meet the Hampton rider in Williamsburg every Tuesday and Saturday, and return to Newcastle on the Wednesday and Sunday nights. That the James river rider will set off from Newcastle, by the way of Richmond, to Petersburg, and return to Newcastle on Tuesday and Saturday nights. That the Fredericksburg rider will set out every Monday morning from Newcastle, by the way of Hanover town and Todd's bridge, and arrive at Fredericksburg on Tuesday night, where he exchanges mails with the Northern rider, and returns to Newcastle, by way of Todd's Bidge [sic] and Hanover town, every Thursday. That a rider will set off from Fredericksburg every Wednesday, to be at Hobb's Hole that night, where he exchanges mails with a rider from Urbanna, and returns to Fredericksburg on Thursday night. And on Friday morning a rider proceeds with the mail to the Northward.
John Dixon, D. P.