POST OFFICE, Williamsburg, June 1, 1769.
NOTICE is hereby given that the rider between this place and Fredericksburg will, for the future leave town every Sunday morning; and deliver the mail at Fredericksburg on Tuesday afternoon. He will leave that place on Wednesday morning, and arrive at the office on Friday afternoon, calling in his route at the offices of Newcastle and Todd's Bridge.
The Hampton rider will arrive on Friday afternoon, and leave town every Saturday morning, calling by the way at the York office.
The Suffolk rider arrives on Saturday morning, and leave town that afternoon, calling at the Smithfield office.
The rider between Newcastle and Petersburg leaves that place on Tuesday morning, calling in his route at the offices of Hanover town and Richmond, and reaches Petersburg the same evening; from whence he will set out on Wednesday morning, and return by the same way, to Newcastle.
The Urbanna rider arrives at this office on Saturday morning, leaves town the same afternoon, and arrives at Urbanna on Sunday evening; from whence he sets out on Monday morning, calling in his route at the offices of Hobb's Hole, Leeds town, and Port Royal, and delivers his mail at Fredericksburg on Tuesday afternoon.
JOHN DIXON, Deputy Postmaster.