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American Revolution History by ColonialAmerica.com
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Book Examines Crucial Partnerships of James Madison, the "Lost" Founding Father


As the jacket flap for this book notes, its subject was "Short, plain, balding, neither soldier nor orator, low on charisma and high on intelligence. [He] cared more about achieving results than taking the credit." And even though James Madison served as ...

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American Revolution History by ColonialAmerica.com
For Baltimore,
The Brig MARTHA,

will sail in all next week.
For freight or passage, apply at Store No. 21 on the Long-Wharf.
Where are for Sale, Fine and Superfine Flour, Middlings, Beef, Pork, Hogs Lard; West-India Rum, Sugars in boxes or hhds.

Likewise, for Sale or Charter,

The Brig SALLY, 180 tons burthen, 10 months old. Apply as above.

Boston., April 11, 1798


FRESH FLOUR
Now landing from the Schooner BETSEY and for sale by JOSEPH BAXTER, a number of barrels fine and superfine FLOUR. The above schooner is now unloading at the head of Long-Wharf and will sail for Alexandria in 10 or 12 days. For freight or passage, apply to the master on board.

Boston, November 25, 1797


American Revolution History by ColonialAmerica.com For Baltimore,
The Fast Sailing Schooner Swallow,
Jethro North, Master will sail with all possible dispatch. For freight or passage, apply to the master on board, lying north-side, Long Wharf, or to Simeon Mason, No. 36, said Wharf, Where is for sale Fresh Baltimore Superfine and Fine Flour.

Boston, August 17, 1799