(October 1, 1794 to December 8, 1870)
Narraguagus, District of Maine, November 7, 1795, postmaster free frank by Thomas Archibald, postmaster of Narraguagus, to Gorham, District of Maine. Possibly the earliest letter from Washington County.
Narraguagus, District of Maine, October 29, 1800, letter rated 8¢ for distance not more than 40 miles to Machias. Letter from David Cobb in Gouldsboro. Col. Cobb was an aide-de-camp to General Washington at Yorktown (5th to the right of Gen. Washington in Trumbull's painting) and was later appointed Major General of militia and served during Shay’s rebellion. General Cobb later served as Speaker of the Massachusetts House of Representatives, President of the Massachusetts Senate, Lieutenant Governor, and Representative in the United States third Congress, before retiring to Gouldsboro.
Narraguagus, Maine, November 13, 1837, manuscript townmark, rated 6¢ due for distance 30 miles or less to Stebuen, Maine.
Narraguagus, Maine, January 4, 1842, paid 6¢ for distance of 30 miles or less to Machias, Maine.
Narraguagus, Maine, March 8, 1853, 3¢ dull red 1851 pays the 3¢ rate for distance under 3,000 miles to Thomaston, Maine.