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American Revolution History by ColonialAmerica.com
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Nov. 22 Harvest Day at Schiele re-creates rustic 1700s life


In the 1700s, settlers in Gastonia preparing for a harvest feast had to ride up to four days on horseback to buy basic spices, sugar and salt from Salisbury, according to Suzanne Simmons, Backcountry Lifeways coordinator at the Schiele Museum of Natural ...

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American Revolution History by ColonialAmerica.com
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


STOCK BROKERS OFFICE,

No. 45, Great Dock Street, New York The subscriber, intending to confine himself to the PURCHASE and SALE of STOCKS on COMMISSION, begs leave to offer his services to his friends and others, in the line of a stockbroker. Those who may please to favor him with their business, may depend upon it having transacted with the utmost fidelity and dispatch.

Orders from Philadelphia, Boston or any other part of the United States will be strictly attended to.

Leonard Bleecker
Philadelphia, November 14, 1792