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Scheme of the first class of a lottery, granted by the General Assembly of the Colony of Rhode-Island, at their session in Newport, on the second Monday in October, 1761, for raising £.6,000, to be applied to building a meeting-house in the Town of Johnston, consisting of 3334 tickets, at nine pounds per ticket,…

Item Date

1761

Publisher

the Rhode Island Historical Society

Call Number

G1157 Broadsides 1761 No.1

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