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Work Begins To Excavate 3,000 Plague Skeletons

Archaeologists have begun excavating some 3,000 skeletons from a 17th century burial ground used during the Great Plague. The grave at the site of the new Liverpool Street station, which will serve the London Crossrail line, was used as a burial ground from 1569 until 1738 and it is hoped tests on excavated victims will enable a better understanding of the disease. "The Bedlam burial ground ...

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A Steward for the Household of the PRESIDENT of the UNITED STATES. Any person well qualified for, and willing to act in this capacity, may learn particulars by enquiring of the President's house.

Philadelphia, March 17, 1791

Wanted, A Vessel of 110 tons, Inquire at No. 25, Long Wharf

Annapolis, December 17, 1761

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The Schooner
burthen 100 tons.
Apply at Store No. 12, Long Wharf where Russian Duck of an excellent quality, Hemp, Cables, Bolt-rope and Cordage are to be sold, cheap for cash.

Boston, December 30, 1789