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"Here's your fine Rockaway Clams! Here they G-O!"

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In the summer months, when it is not lawful to sell Oysters in New-York, we have clams in abundance, brought to our doors, by people, in carts. THe price is from 25 to 62 1/2 cents per hundred. They catch them principally on the shores of Long-Island, and Shrewbury River.

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The New-York Cries, in Rhyme Published in 1828 Available from books.google.com
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