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Lydia Lewis

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1773-11-02
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Newspaper advertisement for sale: The Boston-Gazette, and Country Journal, 1 November 1773, p. 3; 8 November 1773, p. 4
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Advertisement text: "All Persons that are indebted to the Estate of Mr. LYDIA LEWIS, late of Boston, Widow, deceas'd, are requested to make speedy payment, and those to whom said Estate is indebted, are desired to bring in their Accounts, in Order for Settlement, and ARCHIBALD CUNNINGHAM, Administrator.
To be Sold at private Sale, The Mansion House of the Deceased, in Middle-Street, consisting of three Rooms on the Floor, and three Story high, with a good Pump, Out-House, Shop and paved Yard. For Particulars, inquire of Archibald Cunningham, Administrator to said Estate.
To be Sold by PUBLICK VENDUE, on TUESDAY the 2d of November, at the House of the late Widow Lewis, deceased, in Middle-Street. SUNDRY Houshold Furniture, consisting of Chest of Drawers, Tables, Looking-Glasses, Chairs, Beds and Bedsteads, green Harrateen Curtains, Books and sundry Pieces of Plate, &c. &c.
The Sale to begin at Ten o'Clock Forenoon."
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~1773
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