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Three Early Documents, Hancock, John, Signed Document, 1 June 1758, typographical document fulfilled by hand, memorializing an agreement whereby Samuel Phillips of Boston promises to pay Christopher Thilby and Jonathan Barnard (both merchants of London) 1,793 pounds sterling, four and six pence by 10 June 1758, countersigned by Abijah Browne, sealed; paper loss to text along right edge, signatures intact, mounted, matted, and framed, 11 1/2 x 7 1/4, sold with a an agreement for Bazaleel Alden and John Southworth, Duxborough, Massachusetts, and a dowery agreement of Jonathan Livermore, Mary Wayman.
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