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Date: December 5 1780
GEORGE COOKE and JOHN WEBB, having entered into copartnership, in the commission Refiners , do acquaint the Public in general that they have opened a Store at no. 38, Broad st., lately occupied by MR. JAMES WAKEFIELD, where they have for sale the following articles...
Colored and white negro cloth,
womens cotton and thread, a large assortments of taylors trimmings, buckram, dyed linen, buttons, knee garters, stay tape, nails, axes, London porter, by the hoghead,
brandy and gin by the gallon, mould candles.
soap at 9 d. the pound or by the box.
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