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The Pennsylvania Gazette, Pittsburgh, March 23, 1769

Whereas Elizabeth, my wife, by the advice of her relations and children, hath gone and left me, and continues to stay from me, though often invited to return; and as I have threatenings frequently hinted to me, that I will be sued for a separate maintenance to my wife, it puts me under the disagreeable necessity of thus publickly warning all persons not to trust or credit her on my account, as I will pay no debt of her contracting after this date; and if she returns to the duty of a wife, as she ought, I will always maintain her according to my ability.  

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