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Title: [Copies of advertisements for lumber]
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 Material Information
Title: Copies of advertisements for lumber
Series Title: Historic St. Augustine: Block 10 – Lot 1
Physical Description: Research notes
Language: English
Publication Date: 1968
Copyright Date: Public Domain
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Divider: B10 L1 - Dr. Peck History
Folder: Local Projects - Spanish Treasury
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Subject: Saint Augustine (Fla.)
143 Saint George Street (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Dr. Peck House (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Peña-Peck House (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Spatial Coverage: North America -- United States of America -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine -- 143 Saint George Street
Coordinates: 29.893507 x -81.312774
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Bibliographic ID: UF00094115
Volume ID: VID00111
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: B10-L1

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October 16, 1968

The following are copies of advertisements for
lumber, building supplies, and construction tools
taken from

East Florida Herald
July December 1821
January 1823 December 1826
March 1829 December 1833
January 1834 December 1837
January 1838 December 1838
January 1845 December 1848

St. Augustine News
November 1838 December 1841

Florida Herald and Southern Democrat
January 1839 December 1840
Decomberl840 March 1849








October 15, 1968

First Quality Lathber
30,000 feet of boards, and scantling, landing from
schooner AMBUSCADE, Capt. Smith. For sale low, by the
subscriber, Joseph Hernandez
Aug 10, 1839
The purpose of the suboribers to erect a eamaw
mill in this city. Alfred S. ivingston
William B. Maclean
August 10, 1839
Lumber Yard at North City
The public are respectfully informed that a supply
of lumber suitable for building, etc., is now on hand,
and will continue to be kept of various qualities and
prices. Apply to John Helm, North City
January 26, 1838
Paints, oils, etc.
10 kegs no. 1 white lead
200 lbs. verdigris in small cans
2b bls linseed oil
1 bbl. lamp black
200 lbs. putty
1 bbl. whiting
1 bbl. chalk
For sale by W. F. P. Ward

North City Lumber Yard
The public are informed that a constant supply of
white and yellow pine lumber, suitable for building, etc.,
will be kept for sale at the above lumber yard. Also
shingles, pickets, window sashes, doors, etc.
Peter Sken Smith
by J. C, Abel, Agnet
October 4, 1839
Shingles
30,000 North Carolina Shingles for sale by
B. L. Carr Co.
December 4, 1840
Lumber at North City
A large quantity of very superior seasoned flooring
boards, cargo of the schooner ELIZABETH, for sale at the
North City Lumber Yard. For particulars, inquire of
J. C. Abel at the lumber yard or to W.F.P.Ward
October 4,1968









Lumber for Sale
10 M feet merchantable flooring boards
10 M feet refuge do do
10 M feet merchantable 1-4 and 1-2 do
10 M feet refuge do do
For sale by William B. Maclean
January 5, 1840

Cypress Shingles
20,000 Prime Cypress Shingles, just received per
schooner MARIETTA RYAN, from Burnt Fort MillsP Georgia.
They are the best article ever brought to this market,
and will be sold low, by William B. Maclean
Mayj 21, 1841

Carpenter's Tools
Warrented of the best and most improved manufacture.
Double and single smoothing planes
do do Jack do
do do Fore do
do do Joinher do
Augers, 2 inch, 4 inch, 3 inch, and 3*4 inch! Panel and
iron back saws! polished nail hammers axe, shingle, claw,
and carpenters hatchets; compasses; gimblets ,GS, socket
chisels; iron squarest sash tools, etc. Also, rim, pad
& closet locks brass & iron butts, table & cart do
screws, by the gross oil stones & almost every article
that is wanted in the above line.
For sale by William B. Maclean
June 11, 1841

Florida Yellow Pine and Cypress Shingles
The undersigned has a steam saw mill in full opera.
tion, situated on the St. Johns River, contiguous to large
tracts of valuable timber land whence he can cut to
order, and deliver at St. Augustine, in-thirty days, any
description of yellow pine lumber, timber, and cypress
shingles equal, if not surpassing in quality to any
lumber in the Southern country. A.W, Walker
January 29,1841

North City Lumber Yard
To customers As this market is now overstocked
with Georgia lumber, which is inferior to the St. Johns
(Florida) Lumber, the subscriber wishing to dispose of
some 400,000 feet on hand at the North City Lumber Yard,
which was sawed at Burnt Fort Mills, Georgia; will sell
it for cash, to those wishing to purchase, at five per
cent less than it can be obtained elsewhere*
J.C. Abell, Agent
March 19, 1841








Steam Sawed Lumber
The Satilla Steam Saw Mill Co. having erected a
large steam mill, with gang and saws, and are ready to
furnish lumber of superior qUalities in any quantity.
Their mill stands in the county of Camden, Georgia on
the Satilla River, to where vessels drawing 15 feet of
water can approach without difficulty or danger.
J. Norcross, Agent
February 1, 1840
Satilla, Camden Co., Georgia

Paints, oils, etc.
Kegs purp. white lead
do No. 1 do do
do black paint
lbs, Verdigris, pure, in cannisters
lbs, do common do
lbs. Chrome Green. do
Ibs. Chrome Y'ellow do
lbs. Imperial Green do
Boses dry chrome, green and yellow, yellow ochre,
red lead, vermillion, ven red, red ochre, lamp black,
putty, etc, B.E, Carr & Co.
January 21, 1845

White Pine Lumber
Assorted, merchantable and clear, very superior,
Also, nails, lime, hair, plaster, bricks, lathes, and
building materials generally at retail.
B.E, Carr e. Co.
June 3, 1845


Yellow Pine
12,695
11,085
15,140
5,472
8,937
9,10 n


Lumber
feet refuse 1 inch boards
do merchantable 1 inch boards
do weather boarding
do floor boarding
do 3 X 8 scantling
do 3 X 4 do
William
May 21,


Bricks, Luruber and Shingles
20,000 Charleston made bricks
35,000 feet 3-4 inch boards
33,000 shingles
Received per Stephen and Francis, and for sale by
Center, Roddy & Co.
April 2, 1841


B, ..:-lean
1842




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