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From: "Linda/Don" <>
Subject: [NY-Old-News] Genesee co., Feb 27-1827
Date: Sat, 1 Mar 2003 09:40:52 -0500

The People's Press
Batavia, Genesee County, New York State
February 27-1827

Cash For Ashes.
The Subscribers are paying Nine Cents in Cash, (or on debts due) per
bushel, ash measure, for Good House Ashes, delivered at their ashery.
Five Shillings n Cash
Paid for Wheat at our Mills.
In this village, on the 15th inst. by D.H. CHANDLER, Esq. Mr. Amos
EASTMAN, to Miss Cynthia M'NIGHT, both of Stafford.

In Rochester, on the 9th inst. by the Rev. F.H. CUMING, John R. CLUTE,
to Miss Catharine HOTCHKISS.
Fashionable Millinary.
Mrs. STEARNS, Practical Milliner & Dress-Maker,
Respectfully tenders her services to the Ladies of Batavia and its vicinity,
and informs them that she has received a new and elegant supply of
Fashionable Millinary,
comprising a beautiful variety of plain and figured Silks, Satins,
Velveteens, &c. Lesse, and Italian crapes, striped, thule, white, figured,
bobinett and blowse Laces, an elegant variety of Spring and Winter Ribbons,
gymps, cords, piping, silk braid, &c. together with a handsome assortment of
French Flowers, suitable for the season. She has also an assortment of
figured silks, for Ladies' Dresses, which, together with a variety of other
articles, having been purchased at auction, and consigned to her by a friend
in Boston, will be afforded as low, if not lower, than can be purchased in
the country.
She has just received the latest and most approved fashions from
New-York, for Bonnets, Caps and Dresses; and flatters herself, from her long
experience, and constant endeavor to please, that she will merit that
liberal encouragement which she respectfully solicits.
AT a regular communication of Transit Lodge at Stafford, Genesee co.
New-York, held on the 15th of February, A.L. 5827, it was unanimously voted
that Henry PECK, an entered apprentice mason, be expelled from the
privileges of the Institution, for the enormity of his unmasonic conduct.

submitted by
Linda Schmidt

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