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 - To be S O L D, TWELVE hundred acres of valuable...
To be S O L D, TWELVE hundred acres of valuable cedar fwamp, being being part of 432O acres, which were formerly furveyed to John Dagworthy, Edward Hart, Thomas Marks, and Ebencer Scmore, of which traft Dagworthy and Marks conveyed one undivided third part to Edward Hart, and the f aid Hart conveyed conveyed 1200 acres, part thereof, to John White and Abraham Taylor, and the faid John White afterwards rdeafed all his right to the fame, to the laid Abraham Taylor, who has fince conveyed the faid iaoo acres to his fon John Taylor, who has authorized and impowe'red the fubfcriber to fell the fame. - This fvampis fituate on the fouth fide of Indian River, and known by the name of the Green Cyprus Swamp or Lebanon, rimnniV in Wnrrfftpr conntv. Maryland, but nnw tnnwn m he within' the cnnt of . SuiTex on Delaware. wW,in th aranttnthe PrftnrietriM of Pennfvlvania: Wfi well timbered with cedars, fit for the mingles, and trees of various kinds. : ; - William West. 7

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  1. The Pennsylvania Gazette,
  2. 28 Mar 1771, Thu,
  3. Page 4

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