BILL Of ENTRY BROADSIDE. "LONDON IMPORTED, March 22 - 26, 1802. No. 60. - No. 63" Great Britain - Historical Documents - Customs Establishment, R. Seymour, P. Wicks.
BILL Of ENTRY BROADSIDE. "LONDON IMPORTED, March 22 - 26, 1802. No. 60. - No. 63"
BILL Of ENTRY BROADSIDE. "LONDON IMPORTED, March 22 - 26, 1802. No. 60. - No. 63"
BILL Of ENTRY BROADSIDE. "LONDON IMPORTED, March 22 - 26, 1802. No. 60. - No. 63"

BILL Of ENTRY BROADSIDE. "LONDON IMPORTED, March 22 - 26, 1802. No. 60. - No. 63"

[London]: Diggers, Printer, St. Ann's - Lane. 1802. 4 single sheet broadsides, printed recto only. ~ 36.5 cm x 26 cm. Light extremity wear. Faint horizontal fold line. Short ink annotation on verso, dated 1809. Overall, a VG+ lot of very scarce early 19th C. customs documents. Item #26879

The broadside reports the maritime commerce of the day in 5 primary categories: "London Imported, March 22, 1802" with locations, company & good received (e.g., "New York Wm Rowlett and Co. 7000lb tobacco ... 10000lb cotton"); "Ships Entered Inwards" naming the ship, captain & port (e.g., Sophia, J. Smith ... Rouen); "Goods Exported, March 22" listing destination, company & goods (e.g., "Virginia Smith and Son certain cotton & silk hose at l300"); "Goods Exported by Certificate." listing destination, company & goods (e.g., "Quebec Fellows and Co 71c linen, 400l thread, 3160l pepper, 1529 tomals[?]"); and "Ships Cleared Outwards" showing ship, captain & destination (e.g., Juliana, R. Branch .... New York").

A concluding note advises "Such GENTLEMEN as are desirous of taking the BILL OF ENTRY, are desired to apply to Mr. R. Seymour or Mr. P. Wick, in the Long Room at the Custom House."

Price: $895.00