THESE are to desire all Persons who are indebted to me the Subscriber, by Bond, Note, or Book-Debt, that they will discharge the same by the first Day of June next, and those who have it not in their Power to discharge their respective Debts to me, I desire would come and settle their Accompts to my Satisfaction, by giving me such Security as I shall approve of; Those who neglect to do as above desired, will then be sued without further Notice. And as I intend to remove my Family to Charles-Town by the Time above mentioned, I have to lett, on very reasonable Terms, the House wherein I now live in Dorchester, together with its Store, Rice-Stores (sufficient to contain 1000 Barrels of Rice, well secured,) Wharff, Pasture, Garden, &c. Also the House next Door to it, wherein Doct. Dewick lately lived, very convenient for a private Family. And two deck'd Pettiauguas, with eight Negroes, six of which are capable of managing a Boat very well. Whoever hath a mind to hire or purchase any of the Premises, may treat with me at Dorchester.
RICHARD BAKER.

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