1823 ALS ON THE EARLY USA TRADE WITH CUBA FROM RHODE ISLAND FOR SUPERIOR GUNPOWDER00MV481
On offer is a super, long, detailed ALS relating to trade in GUNPOWDER FOR CUBA by Robert Rogers Jun. - folded stampless cover [letter], Bristol, R.I., Dec. 5, 1823, 3pp + address leaf, 8 x 9.5 in. Concerning shipping 290 kegs of Powder for sale in Cuba. Describes the superior quality of this shipment of gun powder, and says "This powder is much too good for the African Market. No postal marks. VG.
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