Account book of an unidentified merchant living in an unknown location; includes entries for dry goods and other items purchased and sold.
Account book dcouments Jacob Kendall of Dunstable, Mass. and his vocation as a rakemaker, ox bowmaker, cider maker, and wagoner.
Manuscript account book documenting payments to other individuals. 21 pp.; remainder blank. Money recorded in English currency.
Includes account of Daniel M. Leland, Shippensburg, Pa., a general merchant dealing in food and dry goods. Also includes account, 1837, of a merchant from Lexington, ?.
Account book of Joshua Gist, Westminster, Maryland, and others,including general account for the purchase and transportation of agricultural products, lists of muster rolls for the Militia of Maryland, 1794-1798. Also, miscellaneous notes of financial obligations, 1769-1800; and a letter, 1798, concerning payment for construction of fortifications ...
This one-page property account of Captain Henry Piercy, Alexandria, Va., describes rents received, taxes paid on properties.
Original and photocopied correspondence, financial papers, newspaper clippings, legal documents, insurance policies, account book, genealogical notes, wills, lottery tickets, and currency, documenting the activities of the Ramsay family of Alexandria, Virginia and related families.
In 1792-1797, Alexander Smith, a merchant living in Alexandria, Va., kept a record of dry goods purchased and sold. Most of the 1797 correspondence is copies of his letters to other merchants. Of particular interest is a letter dated 9 November 1796, from Smith to George Washington concerning Smith's loan repayment. Washington's response of 14 Nove...
A book of receipts for payments made by Thomas Evance to various individuals for purchases and payment of debts. Items listed include: A Mahogany Bedstead A dark Bay Horse 64 1/2 l (?) Loaf Sugar House Rent Rum Mahogany Table and Silver punch ladle Hams and Sugar Citron and lot of Books 33 Barrels Rice Breeches pattern and 6 pair cotton...
Two cyphering books belonging to and/or compiled by Joel Ryder (or Rider) of either New York or New Jersey, containing mathematical tables, square roots, computations, etc. One book bears the date 1792, the other 1793. Both soft-bound in cloth. One contains a number of locks of hair.