Autograph Letter Signed - Jeremiah Bradbury

Bradbury, Jeremiah

Publication Date: 1817
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Title: Autograph Letter Signed - Jeremiah Bradbury

Publication Date: 1817

Binding: No Binding

Book Condition: Collectible-Very Good


1 page letter, 7 3/4 x 8 1/4 inches, dated September 7, 1817 from York, Maine. Jeremiah Bradbury (1780-1848) was a Maine lawyer. He also held a number of government positions. In this letter to Josiah Little of Newburyport, Massachusetts, Mr. Bradbury writes that he, along with Asa Freeman, are holders of the "Moulton right" to the "Pejepscot properties" in Maine. He states that the Moulton right represents 1/16 of the undivided lands of the Pejepscot properties and asks in Little is interested in purchasing it. Bookseller Inventory # 016186

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