Sunday, April 7, 2013

Spring fashions arrive In Georgetown (an hour from Bladensburg), April 7th, 1814


               Has the pleasure of informing the Ladies of Georgetown and Wshignton City, and Alexandria, that she has just received her Spring supply of


Which will be open on Thursday the 31st, consisting of an elegant assortment of Levanteen [sic]and plaid silks, fancy shawls, black lace mantles, black and white lave veils, an assortment of ribbons and artificial flowers, imperial chips, &c. together with a fashionable assortment of chip, silk, and straw bonnets, with a variety of other fancy articles too numerous to mention.

               J. Doyne being about to decline business, assures the ladies that are inclined to purchase, that she will accommodate on the most reasonable terms for Cash.  Any person desirous of purchasing her present stock will find it their interest to make early application, as with a small addition it will be found complete.

               Georgetown, March 31 ------ 3t[]w[]w.[1]

[1] Daily National Intelligencer; Date: 04-07-1814; Volume: II; Issue: 394; Page: [1]; Location: Washington (DC), District of Columbia.

Transcribed by John Peter Thompson, April 7, 2013. 

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