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Jane Eustis, Boston Gazette, 6 November 1769, "Advertisement." Courtesy, American Antiquarian Society


Jane Eustis
Will embark for England in the Spring,
Therefore [obscured by crease, likely "all Persons"]
that are indebted to her by promissary Notes, or that
have any Accounts open with her, to call and settle the same,
and pay their respective Balances, otherwise they may
depend upon being sued to January Court, without Dis-
tinction; Those Persons who have any Demands upon
her, are also desir'd to call and receive their just Dues.
Has to sell at her Shop the North Side of the Town-House,
A Great Variety of Silks, both plain,
figur'd and strip'd, a large Assortment of Caps, Laces,
very neat patent-wove Stays that will wash, Cambricks,
Lawns, a few Muffs, superfine scarlet and white Broad
Cloth, and a Variety of other Goods as usual, all which
she will sell very cheap for Cash only.
N. B. Three Cases of China, consisting of blue and
white long Dishes, Bowls, and Coffee Cups and Saucers,
which will be sold at a very low Advance for Cash.

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