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Mrs. Jane Day, Boston Evening-Post, 14 May 1759 [in middle of column, between advertisements of Elizabeth Cambpell and Ralph Inman]


Mrs. Jane Day,
Opposite the Brazen Head in Cornhill, Boston,
HAS opened School, and teaches in the
neatest and newest Manner, Embroidering in Gold
and Silver, and all Sorts of shaded Work in Colours,
Dresden and plain Work, &c. where also Ladies may be
boarded or half boarded as may be most convenient for
Town or Country, and can supply her Scholars with
Materials for Work.
N. B.Makes in the newest Fashion all Sorts of
Millinary Work.

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