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Mary Storer

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Newspaper advertisement for sale: Boston News-Letter, as Supplement to the Massachusetts Gazette, 23 January 1772, p. 2
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Advertisement text: "TO-MORROW, At Ten in the Morning, Will be sold by PUBLIC VENDUE at the House of the late Mary Storer, in Union-Street, A Variety of House Furniture, Among which are Chests of Draws, Tables, Chairs, Looking Glasses, Pictures, Bedsteds and Bedding, an Eight Day Clock, Carpets, China Glass and Stone Ware. A large Two Barrel Copper, Kitchen Furniture, & some Plate. — ALSO, sundry valuable Books, among which are Henry's Exposition on the Bible, &c. &c. all which may be viewed the Day before the Sale.
J. Russell, Auctioneer.
The above Sale was to have been on Wednesday, but is put off to FRIDAY Morning TEN o'Clock."
Mary Storer was the widow of Ebenezer Storer; unclear which of the pair the books sold belonged to.
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