The Virginia Gazette

July 23, 1767. Number [63]. Page 3, Column 2

Fredericksburg, July 15, 1767.

Just imported in the last Ships from London, a new and well chose Assortment of Goods, among which are,

RIBBANDS, Laces, Gauzes, Fly Caps and Lappets, Egrets, Silk and Leather Gloves and Mitts, a large Quantity of Ladies Hats, Bonnets and Cloaks, French Wax and Jet Bead Necklaces, red Morocco Leather Pocket-books, Silver mounted, with Instruments for Ladies and Gentlemen, fine printed Lawn Pocket Handkerchiefs, Variety of Silk Ditto, striped Satin for Gentlemens Waistcoats, both black and white fine Beaver Hats for Ditto, a Parcel of exceeding good Irish Linens, great Variety of Silver Shoe and Knee Buckles, Garnet and Bristol Stone Sleeve Buttons, with many other Articles in the Millinery and Jewellery Way too tedious to mention. The above Goods were bought from the best Hands, and are to be sold at a reasonable Advance, but for ready Money only, by