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To the [illegible] of the [guard] of [illegible] for the City of Portsmouth
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To the Honbl [honorable] C.W. Hill Judge of the  
Your petition Peter Smith a native of Holland respectfully represents that I entered the naval service of the United States in November 10th 1861 [illegible] 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
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Court of Hustings for the City of Portsmouth
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Your petitioner Peter Smith a native  
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of Holland respectfully represents that I  
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entered the naval service of the United States  
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in November 10th 1861 & was honorably discharged  
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therefrom the 11 Nov 1864 that is was at  
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the time he enlisted and now is bona
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fide his intention to become a citizen  
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of the United States and now presents
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this his petition to the Court and  
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prays to be permitted to become a citizen
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of the United States in pursuance of  
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the Act of Congress entitled "an act  
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to define the pay and annulment of  
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Certain Officers and for other purposes,"  
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paper 17 July 1862. And your petitioner
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will ever pray &c.
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Peter Smith

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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 he enlisted and now is bona fide his intention to become a citizen of the United States and now presents this his petition to the Court and prays to be permitted to become a citizen of the United States in pursuance of the Act of Congress entitled "an act to define the pay and annulment of Certain Officers and for other purposes," paper 17 July 1862. And your petitioner will ever pray &c. Peter Smith