Thursday, March 09, 2006

Freeman's Journal March 9th- 11th, 1784

To be sold atNo. 90, Bride-street,
At ONE GUINEA per barrell,
Three hundred barrels of Brown Rennet Apples, each containing from 8 to 900.

Dipping's Court, Golden-Lane
The Rev. William Dwyer, resolved to have no aversion whatever to detach his attention from his Day-Scholars, has determined to receive no Borders in future. He instructs young Gentlemen in the Greek and Latin languages,and prepares them for the University, in such a manner, as to unite the strictest grammatical accuracy, with an elegance and graceful manner of construction. Approved Matters, in every other department ; regularly and constantly attend.
March 8, 1784


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