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Horn Town Va. Apl. 29th 1841
 
Horn Town Va. Apl. 29th 1841
Charles Mason - Decd
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Charles Mason - Decd.
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To Peter Blades D[ebto]r.
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1829.
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January To Filling up mountains @ $14.00
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Dec 4th. "  padding Cart saddle [Gt. & strap?] 1.25
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"              "  leathering briddle @ 1.12 1/2
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1830 Jany. 23rd. 1 linning collar @ 0.87 1/2
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Apl. 9th  1 Ditto Do. @ 0.87 1/2
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$18.12 1/2
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Contra Cr[edit].
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1829- March 16th. By 1 bbl Corn $2.00
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Apl. 4th " Cash @ 10.00
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"    6th  " Ditto @ 2.00    $14.00
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Bal. due on [ac/st?] $4.12 1/2
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Interest on same for 11 [years?] @ 2.72 1/4
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$6.84 3/4
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Mr. James J Ailworth
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Dear Sir
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You will please observe the above
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[ac/st?] and Collect the same for me
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if allowed by the Commissioner.  You
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will please call on Henry Rolley
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and he will make oath that Mr.
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William P. Custis assumed to pay the above
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[ac/st?] before his death.
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Do the best you can for
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a friend and oblige the
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same-
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Respectfully yours
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Peter [Bades?]

Latest revision as of 14:20, 5 May 2022

Horn Town Va. Apl. 29th 1841 Charles Mason - Decd. To Peter Blades D[ebto]r. 1829. January To Filling up mountains @ $14.00 Dec 4th. " padding Cart saddle [Gt. & strap?] 1.25 " " leathering briddle @ 1.12 1/2 1830 Jany. 23rd. 1 linning collar @ 0.87 1/2 Apl. 9th 1 Ditto Do. @ 0.87 1/2 $18.12 1/2 Contra Cr[edit]. 1829- March 16th. By 1 bbl Corn $2.00 Apl. 4th " Cash @ 10.00 " 6th " Ditto @ 2.00 $14.00 Bal. due on [ac/st?] $4.12 1/2 Interest on same for 11 [years?] @ 2.72 1/4 $6.84 3/4 Mr. James J Ailworth Dear Sir You will please observe the above [ac/st?] and Collect the same for me if allowed by the Commissioner. You will please call on Henry Rolley and he will make oath that Mr. William P. Custis assumed to pay the above [ac/st?] before his death. Do the best you can for a friend and oblige the same- Respectfully yours Peter [Bades?]