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Benjamin Lincoln certifies the importation of one cask of wine at Gloucester, Mass., 1805.
No. 29341 District of Massachusetts. Port of Gloucestor I certify, that there was imported into this District on the fifth day of Feby 1805, by Thomas Parsons in the Channing Nancy Woodbury an American Vessel, from Bourdeaux one Cask of Claret numbered and marked as per margin, containing fifty five Gallons B Lincoln, Collector. C Nancy Woodbury No. 132 Claret To Stevens Gloucester Feby 5, 1805.
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Benjamin Lincoln, Gloucester, Massachusetts, wine, import, port, Thomas Parsons, Channing Nancy Woodbury, Bordeaux, claret, 1805
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Lincoln, Benjamin Jr. and District of Massachusetts, Port of Gloucester, "Receipt for one cask of Bordeaux wine, signed by Benjamin Lincoln at the port of Gloucester, Massachuetts, 1805." (1805). Broadus R. Littlejohn, Jr. Manuscript and Ephemera Collection. 111.
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