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Volume 2: Newspapers, 4 January 1768 to 25 December 1769: Page 661[about this page]

Previous Newspaper Next Newspaper The Boston Evening-Post, 11 September 1769 [about this newspaper]  
The Boston Evening-Post, 11 September 1769

This newspaper includes reports of several spinning matches, where groups of young ladies produced skeins of cotton and linen; Report of Gen. Paoli fleeing and arriving in Leghorn; 2 letters from Gov. Bernard in Boston to the Earl of Hillsborough regarding an Assembly of Representatives called a Committee of Convention; Thomas Hutchinson Jr., stating that he never acquired the playing cards as reported in a previous issue; Advertisement for "Wigg-Maker and Hair-dresser" who can change hair from a "Red, White, Grey or any other disagreeable color to a dark Brown or Black."

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  • Young, Thomas
  • Leslie, George
  • Spinning

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Sequence Number 703 of 1076; Volume 2 of 4.

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