I have an old newspaper that has a notice.
Notice is hereby given,
That the subscribers have been duly appointed Executors, of the last Will and Testment of William Tay, late of Woburn, in the county of Middlesex, yoeman, deceased, and have taken upon them that thrust, by giving bonds as the Law directed, & all Persons having any Demands upon the Estate of said deceased are requested to bring in the same; and those who are indebted thereto, to make payment to: Jonathan Tay, without delay, William Tay, Jonathan Tay (Executors)- all three
(Sherburn- ?faded), April 7, 1795
This paper was published in Boston by Adams and Larkin , printers to the commonwealth of Massachusetts at the printing- office , opposite the Court-House , Court Street
The paper cost 2 dollars and 50 cents per ann. (back then)
Vol. XXVII no. 1482
no page numbers.
It was written with f's instead of s's so I have changed this to make it easier to read. Belinda