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Black Bear

On Saturday the 29th day of September next, on the premises, that noted tavern stand, known by the name of the BLACK BEAR, eighteen miles from Philadelphia, on the Philadelphia and Lancaster turnpike road. The buildings are a two story stone house, 40 feet by 20, with a good cellar under the whole, a stone kitchen adjoining thereto - two pumps of good water with stone stable and sheds - a log barn about 50 feet long - a stone milk house over a good spring, an excellent good meadow, an apple orchard and a number of other fruit trees, in all about 33 acres of land, 12 of which is covered with wood. On said premises are two tenement houses, with water very convenient. It will be sold altogether or separate as it may best suit purchasers, as it will suit well to divide. Part of the purchase money will be expected at the time of the sale - an indisputable title will be given for the same by the subscribers - sale at 1 o’clock .

Eliza Parker, & Hannah Foote

Aug. 27, 1821

American Republican 8/29/1821

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