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POWERFUL Grey (White) 18.1, 13 year old Percheron Gelding. Solid and 110%..
About New Britain, PA Eugene James built an estate about 1731 and included the Mathews homestead, a fine Colonial house built in 1744 upon the site of an earlier house destroyed by fire. The village of James Manor was begun on the estate by Wynne James. Nearby villages were Jamestown, New Britain and Vauxtown. The National Farm School, now the Delaware Valley University was built near James Manor. The Sign of the Horses and Wagon was a tavern in the west end of the village, where Lafayette headquartered at the time the Continental Army marched from Valley Forge to Monmouth, New Jersey.
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