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Description: Advertisements, Page 1, Col 1

Date: December 9 1831

Newspaper published in: Frederick, Md.

Page/Column: 1/1

Advertisements, Page 1, Col 1

William C. Smallwood, Tailor: Having received the latest fashions from the city of Philadelphia, is prepared to cut and make gentlemen's garments in the most fashionable and tasteful manner. Thankful for past favors he hopes by strict attention to business to merit a continuance of their custom.

N. B. Wood and country produce will be taken in payment for work.

Being an agent for Allen WARD, any person wishing to obtain his "Rule for Cutting," can be taught by calling on the subscriber.
W. C. SMALLWOOD
Market Street
Frederick, Nov. 18.

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American Convention: The 22nd Biennial Stated Meeting of the American Convention for promoting the Abolition of Slavery, &c. will be held at Washington, D.C. on the second Monday (9th) of January next, at 10 o'clock, A. M. All the Abolition, Manumission, Anti-Slavery and Free Produce Societies in the United States, are entitled to a representation, not exceeding 10, and are invited to participate.

R. P. ANDERSON, Washington
CHARLES S. COPE, Philadelphia
Secretaries
Nov. 25

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Window Glass, Putty, &c: Window glass of various sized from 789 upwards, putty, paint brushes, &c. &c. for sale at the Drug and Medicine Store of John S. MILLER, opposite the Market House, Frederick. Also Cough Drops, an excellent remedy for colds and coughs.
Nov. 25.

Submitted: 11/13/07

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