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Henry Dering

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1751-03-13
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Newspaper advertisement for sale: The Boston Post-Boy, 11 March 1751, p. 2
Newspaper advertisement for sale: The Boston Gazette, or Weekly Journal, 12 March 1751, p. 2
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Advertisement text (Post-Boy): "To be sold by PUBLICK VENDUE, at the Dwelling House of the late Henry Dering Esq; of Boston, deceas'd, on Wednesday the 13th Instant. THE Houshold Furniture of the said deceas'd, consisting of Beds, Bedding, Curtains, Chairs, Tables, Cases of Draws, a very handsome Desk and Book Case with Looking-Glass Doors, Plate, China and Glass wares, Looking-Glasses, a very good 8 Day Clock, the best of Pewter, Brass and Copper, a Number of valuable Books, and many other Things too many to innumerate; the Sale to begin at 3 o'Clock in the Afternoon, and to hold on till all is Sold, the things to be seen the Day before the Sale. N.B. Such Persons as have the following Books belonging to the Estate are desired to return them before the Day of Sale, viz. The Gentleman instructed; The useful Ministry a valid One; Church Platform; Hudibras, and the second Part of Cato, Gildas Salvianas."
Advertisement text (Gazette): "To be Sold by publick Vendue, at the Dwelling-House of the late Henry Dering Esq; of Boston, deceased, on Wednesday the 13th Instant, the Houshold Furniture of the said Deceased, consisting of Beds, Bedding, Curtains, Chairs, Tables, Cases of Draws, a very handsome Desk & Book-Case, with Looking Glass Doors, Plate, China, and Glass Wares, Looking Glasses, the best of Pewter, Brass and Copper, a Number of valuable Books, a very good eight Day Clock, and many other Things too many to enumerate. The Sale to begin at 3 o'Clock in the Afternoon, and to hold on till all is sold. The Things to be seen the Day before the Sale. Lent the following Books, viz. The Gentleman instructed, The useful Ministry a valid One, Church Platform, Cato, second Part, Gildas, Salvianas. The Possessors of 'em are desired to return 'em to the House of the Deceased, some Time before the Sale begins."
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1684-01-06
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1750
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