The Paul Revere House  
Revere Foundry Advertisment (1801)

This advertisement for Revere's Foundry, measuring 2 5/16" x 3 3/8", appeared in a Worcester newspaper called the Massachusetts Spy on October 28, 1807. It contains a woodcut of a bell and cannon and reads as follows:

CHURCH BELLS.
PAUL REVERE & SON,

No. 13, Lynn Street, North End, BOSTON,

HAVE constantly for sale
CHURCH and ACADEMY BELLS, of
all sizes, which they will warrant equal to any
made in Europe, or this country. From personal
information obtained in Europe, and twenty years
experience, they are assured they can give satisfaction,
and will sell, on as good terms, as they
can be imported for, or obtained in this country.
Boston, May 7, 1807.


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