The Virginia Gazette

Today in the 1770s: March 10

BOSTON, March 10, 1777.
ANY Gentlemen in the Commonwealth of Virginia who may want Business transacted in Boston, upon Commission, or otherwise, may depend on having it done upon as good Terms, and as great Despatch given, as any House in the Place, by applying to Mess. Baldwin and Prengle, upon Dock Square in Boston, where constant Attendance is given at their Store, and who will be much obliged to any Gentlemen for their Favours, etc.

Virginia Gazette (Dixon & Hunter) April 25, 1777
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This Boston firm offers to act as business agents for Virginians.

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