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Extract from the North-Carolina Gazette concerning maritime news
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January 09, 1778
Volume 13, Pages 362-363

North Carolina Gazette January 9, 1778.

Newbern January 9, 1778.

A French vessel lately arrived from Bordeaux with a great quantity of dry goods as hereunder. The Captain informs the public that he shall begin his sale the 22d of January at Mrs. Batchelor's store.

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Corderoy, needles, cambric, buttons of different qualities, barracan, woolen caps, men's hose, cork serge, blankets, cotton of different colours, cloth, brandy, cloth of Amiens, Dutch ware, thread, twine, flannel, goblets, oil, printed calico, hankerchiefs, silk ditto, pipes, goat's hair, lead, linnen, striped ditto, canvas, glass, green tea and tibou, red wine in hogsheads, wine in bottles, cordials, taffia, molasses, salt, ball and bullets, flints, cannon, swivel, musquets, &c., &c.