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Martha Watts [page 2] In account with William Watts, (one of) Her Committee Cr[edit] [Column 1] 1848 Dcm. To my expenses to Richmond for procuring the Act. for Sale of Slaves (4 weeks) 60.88 Comm. on $580 @ 5 per cent. Balance due M. W. 490.12 1849 Apr 30 Paid Crier at Sale at Big Lick 1 15.00 May 8 " Wm. G. [Peeker?] bill for clothes for slaves 2 48.13 11 "Geo. C. Langhorne " " 3 51.19 " Edmund P. White " " 4 10.76 21 " for advertising sale of 30 Apr. as follows 5 Fincastle Democrat 0.75 Valley Whig 7.00 13.75 Wytheville Republican 7.00 Abingdon Virg: 7.00 6 14 " Lynchburg Republican 12.00 Richmond Enquirer 11.62 23.62 Richmond Whig 11.62 + Virginia Patriot 18.00 12 29.62 " Bedford Clerks Ticket suit vs Creasy 13 2.35 " " Sheriffs " same suit 14 7.54 Campbell Clerks Tickets 15 9.18 Nov. " for advertising sale of 20 Nov. viz: in 16 Lynchburg Republican 5.00 Virginian 13.00. 18.00 Patriot 10.00 Valley Whig 7.00 Richmond to 17.00 Whig 9.25 Enquirer 9.37 Wytheville Repub. 12.00.22. 30.62 Dec. " Thomas Walker for making clothing for slaves for sale Apr. 30. 1849 23 2.81 " Elizabeth Stoutemeyer for same 24 2.50 " Bedford Clerks Ticket 25 1.00 " Roanoke Clerks Ticket 26. 4.94 To Comm. on $ 975.48 @ 5 per cent 48.77 " 31 " Balance due Martha Watts to Co. 1114.16 1465.60

[Column 2] 1848 Dcm. 20 By amo. recd. of Edward Watts from sale of negro Boy Peyton to John H. Smith 580.00 1849 Jan. 1 By Balance per contra due M. W. 490. 12 " Interest thereon one year 29.41 Feb. 6 " cash of Edward Watts on acco. of Martha Watts distributive portion in the Est of her father 975.48 1465.60 29.41