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Wednesday, March 6, 1833.+-

New Salem, IL.

[William F. Berry of Berry & Lincoln obtains license from Sangamon County Commissioners to keep tavern in New Salem for one year. Berry signs his own and Lincoln's name to $300 bond. Bowling Green also signs bond.Record; IHi—Original.

Berry & Lincoln pay $7 for license. This allows them to charge 37½¢ for breakfast and dinner or supper for stage passengers, 12½¢ for lodging, 25¢ for ½ pint of wine or French brandy, and 18¾¢ for ½ pint of rum, peach brandy, or Holland gin.ISLA—Bulletin, No. 27.]