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Benjamin Lincoln certifies the importation of one cask of claret wine from Bordeaux, France at Marblehead, Mass. via the Ann, Francis, 1806.
No. 9473 District of Massachusetts. Port of Marblehead I certify, that there was imported into this district on the 30 day of April 1806, by Richard Prince in the Ann, Francis, an American Vessel, from Bourdeaux one Cask of Claret numbered and marked as per margin, containing Fifty seven Galons B. Lincoln Collector. Countersigned by J. Prentiss Inspector. No. 112. M Head Ann, Francis Claret, 57 Gs. J. Prentiss April 30, 1806
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Benjamin Lincoln, receipt for shipment, Massachuesetts, Port of Marblehead, 30 April 1806, 1806, J. Prentiss, Ann Francis, Richard Prince, wine, claret, cask
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