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de his nt - . ii o he he or morning direct for Falmouth (F. ig.) died. Ycs'erd.iy morning, Dr. Edward Miller, re sidriU Phjsician of this city. His friends and those of the Revd. Dr. Miller are respectfully requested t attend his funeral frnnf No. 27 D;y - street, to - morrow afternoon, at 4 o clock. This morning'iH the 6ah year of her age, Mrs. Dorcas Uaklev - Uer ti - iLiuis and tiietnends ot tne family, are invited to attend the funeral to - morrow afternoon, at half pail 4 o'ebe';, from th: house of her son, Charles Oakley, No. 2 Lumber - street. This morning, about 4 o'clock, in the 2nh year of her age, of a lingering illness, which she bore with chriatian fortitude and rcsi - nation, Mrs F.liz aieth A. Mott, wife of liichnrd L. Jlott, of tins city, and daughter of Samuel Deall, of Rye, West Liiester cotintv. The relatives and friends of tho deceased, and of her and his father, are reiiuested to attend her fnnrul to .morrow afternoon, at 3 o'clock, from his lather Jacob Moti s residence, coiner of Montgomery Montgomery and Water - street, nearCorlurrs hook. Ei'KXLYd J'OST JlUlItLVE LIST. ARRIVED THIS FORENOON, uncertain. On ew bound then hopes If tinle, also ferson. M ens, davs. 2,, Mar bound sions The ving

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  1. The Evening Post,
  2. 18 Mar 1812, Wed,
  3. Page 3

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