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Perth-Amboy, January 21st 1739-40. Whereas in a cause depending in the Court of Chancery of New-Jersey at the suit of the creditors and legatees of Charles Dunstar deceased, against Michael Kearney, and James Alexander ..

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Published by Printed by John Peter Zenger, where advertisements are taken in in New-York .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Dunstar, Charles -- Estate,
  • Real property -- New Jersey,
  • Auctions -- New Jersey -- Perth Amboy

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Edition Notes

SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 40208
ContributionsAlexander, James, 1691-1756
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination1 sheet ([1] p.)
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18179556M

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Perth-Amboy, January 21st Whereas in a cause depending in the Court of Chancery of New-Jersey at the suit of the creditors and legatees of Charles Dunstar deceased, against Michael Kearney, and James Alexander. {{Citation | title=Perth-Amboy, January 21st [electronic resource]: Whereas in a cause depending in the Court of Chancery of New-Jersey at the suit of the creditors and legatees of Charles Dunstar deceased, against Michael Kearney, and James Alexander | author1=Kearny, Michael, | author2=Alexander, James, | year= | publisher=Printed by John Peter Zenger, . Perth-Amboy, January 21st Whereas in a cause depending in the Court of Chancery of New-Jersey at the suit of the creditors and legatees of Charles Dunstar deceased, against Michael Kearney, and James Alexander by: Kearny, Michael, Published: (). Michael Kearny has written: 'Perth-Amboy, January 21st ' -- subject(s): Real property, Estate, Auctions.

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