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entered the naval service of the United States  
 
entered the naval service of the United States  
 
in November 10th 1861 & was honorably discharged  
 
in November 10th 1861 & was honorably discharged  
therefrom the 11 Nov 1864 that is was at the time [illegible] enlisted and now is for a [illegible] his intention to become a citizen of the United States and now (pursue) this (her) petition to the Court and pray to be permitted to become of the United States in pursuance of the [illegible] of Congress entitled "an act to define the hay and annulment of  Certain Officers and for other purpose," paper 17 July [1863]. And your petition will ever pray [illegible].
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therefrom the 11 Nov 1864 that is was at  
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the time [illegible] enlisted and now is for a [illegible] his intention to become a citizen of the United States and now (pursue) this (her) petition to the Court and pray to be permitted to become of the United States in pursuance of the [illegible] of Congress entitled "an act to define the hay and annulment of  Certain Officers and for other purpose," paper 17 July [1863]. And your petition will ever pray [illegible].
 
Peter Smith
 
Peter Smith

Revision as of 09:12, 30 December 2018

To the Honbl [honorable] C.W. Hill Judge of the Court of Hustings for the City of Portsmouth Your petitioner Peter Smith a native of Holland respectfully represents that I entered the naval service of the United States in November 10th 1861 & was honorably discharged therefrom the 11 Nov 1864 that is was at the time [illegible] enlisted and now is for a [illegible] his intention to become a citizen of the United States and now (pursue) this (her) petition to the Court and pray to be permitted to become of the United States in pursuance of the [illegible] of Congress entitled "an act to define the hay and annulment of Certain Officers and for other purpose," paper 17 July [1863]. And your petition will ever pray [illegible]. Peter Smith