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1814 Advertiser

The Advertiser Friday Publication 14 Jan. 1814 24 Jan. 1814 28 Jan. 1814 4 Feb. 1814 11 Feb. 1814 Isaac FULLER married to Miss Nancy B. WORTHINGTON, at Bedford on Tuesday Evening last by Rev. HOYT. Harry MOGAN, of Wysox to Miss Harriot BISHOP, at Orwell (no date) Gen. Simon SPALDING, died as Sheshequin on…

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1813 The Advertiser

The Advertiser Friday Publication Contents: Aug. 6-13 (partial) Aug, 27 (partial Sept. 3- Dec, 1813 Considerable portions of the issues marked “partial” are missing. The other issues appear to be complete. 6 Aug. 1813 13 Aug. 1813 Hugh H. ANDERSON, respectfully informs the Public in general that he has removed his shop one door below…

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1820 Susquehanna Democratic

Susquehanna Democrat 1820   Published on Friday Evening, Wilkesbarre, PA By Samuel MAFFET, Main Street 7 January 1820 Wyoming Herald, Windham, Dec. 17, 1819 Mr. Butler, By publishing the following statement of facts you will confer a favor upon the relations and friends of Mr. ADAMS. Joseph BURGESS, Russell PARK; Syrel ADAMS, of Windham Township,…

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1815 Gleaner

The Gleaner 1815 Published on Friday, at Wilkes-Barre by Charles Miner 6 Jan. 1815 Life of Jesse Duncan ELLIOT, Esq. of the US Navy, born in Maryland on 14 July 1780. His father, Robert, was unfortunately slain by the Indians in 1794, near the Muskingum River, while transacting business for the US Army. [See article…

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1814 Gleaner

Gleaner 1814 Published Friday, Wilkes-Barre, PA By Charles Miner 7 Jan. 1814 Land For Sale by subscriber: 1) 288 Acres in Plymouth on West side of Susquehanna, eight miles below Wilkes-Barre on the main road to Huntington. 70 acres are of first quality. 65 acres are cleared. On Premises are a long house, a good…

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1813 Gleaner

Gleaner 1813 Published Friday Evening, Wilkes-Barre, PA By MINER & BUTLER 1 Jan. 1813 For Sale – Farm & Plantation on which Jonas INGHAM, Esq. now lives, and also that on which Amasa WELLES now lives, both lying on Wyalusing Creek and being part of the Manor of Dundee, together with the buildings and other…

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1812 Gleaner (Aug-Dec)

Gleaner 1812 (Aug-Dec) FRIDAY EVENING PUBLICATION PUBLISHED BY MINER & RUTLER 14 Aug. 1912 Caleb BROWN to Miss Sally BATES, married at Tunkhannock, on Sunday the 26th July by Rev. Newton SMITH Miles AVERY to Miss Betsy SMITH, at Tunkhannock by Cyrus AVERY, Esq. (no date) Notice — The Co-Partnership of the late firm of…

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1811 The Gleaner and Luzerne Advertiser

THE GLEANER AND LUZERNE ADVERTISER FRIDAY EVENING PUBLICATION PUBLISHED BY MINER & RUTLER 1 Feb. 1811 #1 – Issue Missing From Microfilm 8 Feb. 1811 Estate of William SLOCUM, late of Pittston, requests payments and claims. Sarah SLOCUM, Ebenezer SLOCUM, Joseph SLOCUM, Admin’rs. List of Letters remaining in the Tunkhannock Post Office, Jan. 1st: Hezekiah…

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1810 Luzerne County Federalist

Luzerne County Federalist Friday Evening Publication 5 Jan. 1810 Stray — A two year old sorrel mare colt, broke into the enclosure of the subscriber sometime in November last. The owner is desired to prove property, pay charges and take it away. Benj. CARPENTER, 2d, Kingston 12 Jan. 1810 James SCOVELL died at Exeter (no…

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1809 Luzerne County Federalist

Luzerne County Federalist 6 Jan. 1809 Henry ELLIOTT, died at Wyalusing, on Thursday the 22nd Dec. ult., after a short illness, in the 97th year of his age. He was a native of Stonington, Conn. And emigrated to this country, in the year 1776, and experienced at that advanced period of life, the dreadful calamities…

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