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The Miscellaneous Papers - 1752-1910
A pair of 1752 lottery tickets signed by James Porter of Danvers. It is likely that this is the same James Porter who was the Town Clerk of Danvers and also Selectmen from 1788-1790.
An 1804 letter from Molly Dale (or Dole) from London to her children in the United States; an 1820 note; an 1876 to 1878 account ledger between Warren Putnam and H. A. Wilkins & Sons; an 1881 note and letter from William H. Lee regarding John Patterson’s history; and miscellaneous papers of events held in Peabody by the Essex County Teacher’s Association, 1907 to 1910. They also include a diary by William Blaney Hammond, 1834-1895, written in 1857. It also includes his accounts until 1859.
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|Title||The Miscellaneous Papers - 1752-1910|
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Hammond, William Blaney
Lee, William H.
Moulton, Bartholomew (1756-1801)