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Subject: [GAMEL-L] October 12, 1758 The Pennsylvania Gazette (Gamble)
Date: Wed, 11 Nov 1998 15:48:49 EST


October 12, 1758 The Pennsylvania Gazette
ITEM #22368
October 12, 1758
The Pennsylvania Gazette

Lost on the Ninth Instant, a Leather Pocket book, containing
about Eleven Pounds in Paper Money, Pennsylvania Currency,
Nineteen Shillings and Ninepence, Virginia Currency, and Seven
Shillings and Fourpence, North Carolina Currency; as also
several Promissory Notes, particularly one for Seven Pounds
Fifteen Shillings, Carolina Money. and one for Two Pounds One
Shilling and Sixpence, Pennsylvania Money; likewise a Journal
of the Road from Lancaster to North Carolina. Whoever has
found said Pocketbook, and brings it to the Harp and Crown, in
Third street, Philadelphia, shall have Fifteen Shillings
Reward, if the Money is brought with it, but if the paper
alone, Five Shillings, paid by JAMES << GAMBLE>> .

April 15, 1756 The Pennsylvania Gazette
ITEM #19414
April 15, 1756
The Pennsylvania Gazette

A List of LETTERS that remain in the Post Office, at Lancaster.

G
James Gibson, Lebanon Townsh. Georg << Gamble>> , Pequea.

July 20, 1796 The Pennsylvania Gazette
ITEM #81265
July 20, 1796
The Pennsylvania Gazette

ALL persons having any legal demands against the estate of JAMES << GAMBLE>> ,
late of Drumore township, Lancaster county, and state of Pennsylvania,
deceased, are requested to produce them for payment; and any persons indebted
to said estate are requested to make payment of their respective debts.

JAMES MORRISON, Administrat.
ROBERT MAXWELL,
Jan. 26, 1796.

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