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BISH, Thomas (b. 1779)
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Next Monday the second lottery for 1803 begins drawing. ... Prizes. ... Tickets and shares are selling in great variety, at Bish's old established offices, No. 4, Cornhill, and No. 9, Charing Cross, ...
[London]: Evans and Ruffy, printers, Leadenhall Street, [1803].
[1] leaf ; 22.2 cm. (8°)

Single-leaf advertisement. Twenty-six thousand tickets were for sale with 6530 prizes for a total value of £227,500.

Copy Notes Bound as issued at the end of a copy of The European Magazine for December 1803 (q.v. copy 4), with two other advertisements.

Reference Number 6654


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