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To the publick. The ship Lady Gage being arrived from London, with a considerable cargo of goods, many of which, it is proable were ordered (after the whole continent had declared for a non-importation) with a view of taking advantage of the pub

To the publick. The ship Lady Gage being arrived from London, with a considerable cargo of goods, many of which, it is proable were ordered (after the whole continent had declared for a non-importation) with a view of taking advantage of the pub

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2565 C 11 20 My 44.; Rec. R. B. June 1944.; Not in Evans.; On verso: 2565C11 20 My 44.
Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML.
Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 107, Folder 16a.

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