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Thomas Walker

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1761-08-13
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Newspaper advertisement for sale: Boston Evening-Post, 3 August 1761, p. 3
Newspaper advertisement for sale: Boston Post-Boy, 3 August 1761, p. 2
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Advertisement text (Evening-Post): "TO BE SOLD by PUBLIC VENDUE, At the Dwelling-House of Thomas Walker, in Beacon-street, on THURSDAY the 13th Instant, at Three o'Clock in the Afternoon. MANY Articles of Houshold Furniture, viz. Mahogany Tables, Chairs, Looking Glasses, China & Glass Ware, Beds & bedding, an 8 Day Clock in a Mahogany Case, Pewter, Brass and Copper, and many other Articles. ——
ALSO to be Sold at private Sale, an elegant gilt Leather Screen, imported last Spring from London,—a Saddle and a Chaise Horse, a Chaise & Chair, and a likely Negro Fellow, about 20 Years old, that has had the Small Pox, — Likewise a few BOOKS to be Sold at the Sterling Cost. J.G.—"
Advertisement text (Post-Boy): "To be SOLD by PUBLIC VENDUE, at the Dwelling-House of THOMAS WALKER, in Beacon-Street, on THURSDAY the 13th Instant, at III o'Clock in the Afternoon, many Articles of Houshold Furniture, viz. Mahogony Tables, Chairs, Looking-Glasses, China and Glass Wares, Beds and Bedding; an eight Day Clock in a Mohogony Case; Pewter, Brass, Copper, and many other Articles.
Also, To be SOLD at private SALE, an elegant Gilt Leather Screen, imported last Spring from LONDON.—A Saddle and a Chaise Horse; a Chaise and Chair; and a likely Negro Fellow, about Twenty one Years old, that has had the Small Pox. — Likewise a few Books to be Sold at the Sterling Cost. J.G.—"
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