Bill of Lading. 'Liverpool to Boston, 1799'.

May, Samuel

Published by Liverpool, England, 1799
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Title: Bill of Lading. 'Liverpool to Boston, 1799'.

Publisher: Liverpool, England

Publication Date: 1799

Binding: No Binding

Book Condition: Collectible-Fine

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Executed printed form. Signed on the back (5 1/2 x 9 inches). The executed printed form shows that Charles Greetham of Liverpool is shipping 'one lash and eight bundles steel' to Samuel May in boston on Board the ship "John & Phoebe", commanded by Elisha Dyer. Shipping costs are listed and are to be paid by the recipient of the goods. Signed on the back by Samuel May, stating "Rec'd contents in full". Fine clean copy. Bookseller Inventory # 11748

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