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Image from page 19 of "Longworth's American almanack, New-York register, and city directory: for the ... year of American independence" (1797)

Identifier: longworthsameric18256long

Title: Longworth's American almanack, New-York register, and city directory: for the ... year of American independence

Year: 1797 (1790s)

Authors: Longworth, David, 1765?-1821 Longworth, Thomas Shoemaker, Abraham. Astronomical calculations for the ... year of American independence Beers, Andrew, 1749-1824

Subjects: Almanacs, American

Publisher: New-York: : Printed and published ... by David Longworth.

Contributing Library: University of Pittsburgh Library System

Digitizing Sponsor: University of Pittsburgh Library System

  

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s Plain do. Brass & Copper Small Horns Pocket Hunt Horns Post Horns Violins from 2 dollars to 100 dollars.TenorsVioloncellosBassoonsSerpentsClarionsClarionetsFlageoletsFlutes with one, four, six, and eight KevsFifes, Bs Cs and DsBass DrumsSide DrumsBelts, Sticks, SnaresHeads, Drums RepairedChildrens Dxums. BENJAMIN RACEY, IB IB-IB wain* BROOME-STREET, CORNER OF COLUMBIA-ST.NEW-YORK. WHOLESALEWINE & LIQUOR STORE. —»♦♦ No. 126 CHATHAM-STREET, Opposite#to Roosevelt-street, Begs leave to inform his friends and the public, thatlie has fitted up those extensive premises, and will-carry*on the LIQUOR BUSINESS in all its branches,wholesale and retail. He likewise returns his thanks to his Customers ingeneral, and wishes a continuance of their patronage. He also takes this opportunity of stating, that he hasre-opened the CELEBRATED WELL, known asthe Old Tea-Water Pump, where he gives i. generalinvitation to all his fellow-citizens who wish, to comrand make use of it. B F. MCABE,

 

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% Respectfully informs bis friends and the public, that he has con-stantly on hand, at his Store and Cordial Distillery, a general as-sortment of CORDIALS of all kinds, double and single distilled.COLOURING FOR LIQUORS, and STOUGHTONs BIT-TERS. Also, an extensive Stock of WINES ; Foreign and Do-mestic Liquors of the very first quality, which he is determined to*£pose of on the most liberal terms. N. B. Orders from the City and Country attended to witk theutmost punctuality and dispatch. fET All persons purchasing at this Store will have their Goodsdelivered, if in the City, at their places of residence ; and, if in theCountry, on board such vessel as ma} be directed, free of expense.

  

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