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Context of Port of Philadelphia, in the Province of Pennsylvania. These are to certify all whom it doth concern, : that [blank] master or commander of the ship or vessel, called the [blank] burthen [blank] tons, navigated with [blank] men, [blank] built, and bound for [blank] hath here loaden and taken on board [blank] And hath also here given bond, with one sufficient surety, in the sum of [blank] pounds, with condition, that if the said goods shall not be landed in any part of Europe, to the northward of Cape-Finisterre, except in Great-Britain or Ireland; and that the said master, or his surety, shall, within [blank] months from the date hereof, produce and deliver, or cause to be produced and delivered, unto the collector of His Majesty's Customs where such goods shall have been laden, a certificate, under the [blank] testifying the landing thereof. Given under our hands, and seals of office, at Philadelphia, the [blank] day of [blank] 176[blank] Certificate for a ship that gives bond in the plantations, to carry iron and lumber, agreeable to the Acts of the 4th of Geo. III. Cap. 15, and 5th Geo. III. Cap. 45.
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