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American Revolution History by ColonialAmerica.com
American Revolution History by ColonialAmerica.com
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Take a trip back in time to life in the 17th century at historic Poole museum


A SPECIAL event being held in Poole's historic Scaplen's Court will transport visitors back to the 17th century. The 15th century building close to the quay, then the George Inn, was occupied by Parliamentarian troops during the English Civil War and ...

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American Revolution History by ColonialAmerica.com
IMPERIAL, HYSON, SOUCHONG, AND BOHEA
T E A S,
REFINED SUGARS, COFFEE, AND SPICES etc.
Of the first quality -- by retail,
No. 17,
Third Street, between Chestnut and Market Streets

A few New-York LOTTERY TICKETS come to hand, for sale.

Philadelphia, April 25, 1791


FIVE POUNDS REWARD

Made his escape from the Sheriff of Monmouth Country, New Jersey -- a certain Nicholas Williams, a Dutchman born; about 5 feet and a half high, well set, or a swarthy complexion, wears his own straight brown hair, says his mother lives near Germantown, and is supposed to be thereabouts or else at Charles Read, Esqrs or some of the country iron works. Whoever takes up and secures the above person in any of his Majesty's gaols, shall have the above reward, by giving notice to THOMAS LEONARD, Sheriff.

Philadelphia, January 27, 1768


WANTED TO CHARTER
FOR A VOYAGE TO
EUROPE,
A good double-decked vessel, from 100 to 150 tons burthen. Inquire at Store No. 40 State Street.

Boston, April 22, 1795