Mr. Moland 1754

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Mr. Moland 1754 - T O be fold by the fuhferiber, ccMmooieuj 1st...
T O be fold by the fuhferiber, ccMmooieuj 1st cf ground, fituated on the wft - Gde of Second ftreet, adjoining to the houfe wherein Mr. Moland lives, ir.d running thro the fquare into Third - ftreev containing in breadth on Second - ftreet, wrecr, nve nun feet and nine inches ; part of the premifes, fronting Second - ftreet " fram'd houfe, and three brick ones back of it : ftory high, with convenient cellars noder them ; ArmA f.. ana frnntc c, Third - llreer. tnuty - tnret - - - - 7 - the whole is dear ef ground rent : Un taat Second - ftreet is erected a imail The Iarg?ft twa large ftakie; md good niy - iorts over tnem, ano ?i ti i,, that part of the lot 1 fronting Third - ftreet, n ons inrnd tens - sneot. Whoever inclines to purchafe the above mention d premiles, may, by applying to Mr. John Banton hying in the lower end ot Vront - ftreet, or Mr. Wiiliara Wifher, living near the preauei, twenty - five feet tnd a half, and in depth co'iticsi to Third - h fnllv inform - d of the title and terms ct Uli Thomas Bahon.;

Clipped from The Pennsylvania Gazette27 Jun 1754, ThuPage 4

The Pennsylvania Gazette (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)27 Jun 1754, ThuPage 4
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