This indenture of lease ... made and executed on the [first] day of [December] in the year 184 by and between the City of Providence ... and [Winthrop Pidge] ... that in consideration for the sum of [Eighty] dollars ... the said City leases ... until the first Monday of December, One Thousand Eight Hundred and Forty-[Six] Stall No. [twelve] in the Market-House [upper] floor, with all its privileges and appurtenances...
Providence: 1845. Pro-forma "Indenture of Lease" for "Stall No. 12" in the "Market House, upper floor," between the city of Providence and Winthrop Pidge, approx. 6¼" x 7½", previous fold; very good. With the witness signature of Edward Harwood, and signed at end: "Winthrop Pidge and Stephen Tripp, City Treasurer"; docketed on the verso. Accompanied by two leaves extracted from a periodical that includes a full-page view of the Providence Market and surrounding buildings, ca. 1844. Item #55242
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