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District and Port of Passamaquoddy. These are to Certify all whom it doth concern, That Thos. Murphy Master or Commander of the Elizabeth burthen forty eight Tons, or thereabouts, mounted with no Guns, navigated with three Men, United States

By: Ephemera - Customs Declaration

Price: $100.00

Publisher: 1822,:

Seller ID: 85230


(Ephemera - Customs Declaration). District and Port of Passamaquoddy. Theseare to Certify all whom it doth concern, That Thos. Murphy Master or Comma nder of the Elizabeth burthen forty eight Tons, or thereabouts, mounted with no Guns, navigated with three Men, United States [scratched off and replaced with British] built, and bound for Horton N.S. Having on board four Barrels Flour hath here entered and cleared his said Vessel according to Law. Given under my Hand and Seal at the Custom House of Passamaquoddy, this twenty fourth day of September in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hund... View more info

Customs Declaration - New Brunswick - 1834. No. 60. Port of St John NBk. These are to certify all whom it doth concern, that Francis (illegible) master or commander of the William the Fourth burthen 121 tons, mounted with no guns, navigated with 2 men

By: Ephemera - Customs Declaration - New Brunswick - 1834 PARR, John

Price: $180.00

Publisher: 1834,:

Seller ID: 92045


(Ephemera - Customs Declaration – New Brunswick - 1834). No. 60. Port of StJohn NBk. These are to certify all whom it doth concern, that Francis (ill egible) master or commander of the William the Fourth burthen 121 tons, mounted with no guns, navigated with 2 men, built, and bound for Cornwallis having on board one thousand five hundred Bushels Salt & (illegible words) Four Barrels Wheat Flour (illegible words) Four Barrels RyeFlour (illegible words) hath here entered and cleared his said vessel according to law. Givenunder our hands at the Custom House, at the Port of St.John in the Provin... View more info