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1828 Dr Elder Isaac McCoy

 

Sept. 1 To Amt Paid John [Hackes] $16.05

6 To Carriage on 2 Boxes 2.10

10 To Amt John Hackus Note 51.47

Oct 30 “ 2 Pen knives fr J. Lykins 50

Nov 25 “ 58 “ Sheet Iron 14. – 8.18

“ “ “ 50” Coffee 18 – 9.00

“ “ “ 1 Box glass 5.00

“ “ “ 10 “ Nails 1.00

“ “ “ Amt J. Hanna bill of Leather 36.25

“ “ “ Hawling the above to F. Wayne 4.06 Total 63.09

1829

May 27 “ 71 “ ys Tow Linnen 16 – 11.36

“ “ “ 34 “ Plain Cotton 16. – 5.44

“ “ “ 6 pr Shoes 1.12 ½ - 6.75

“ “ “ ¼ “ Sewing Silk 800 – 2>00

“ “” ¼ “ Cotton Balls .37 ½

“ “ “ ¼ “ nut megs . 62 ½

“ “ “ 2 Silk Hadkfs 75 – 1.50

“ “ “ Hawling the above to F. Wayne 1.00 Total 30.37

Sept 7 “ 10” Coffee 2.00

“ “ “ 2 “ Y. H. Tea 125 – 2.50

“ “ “ 1 Doz fine combs 1.00

“ “ “ Cash to buy a rail - .75

“ “ “ 3 pr Shoes 1.75, 1.75, & 2.00 – 5.50 Total 11.75

Nov. 9 “ 6 ½ Bushel Dried Apples 50. – 3.25

“ “ “ 2 ¾ Bushel Dried Peaches 2.06 ¼

“ “ “ Hawling “ “ Fort Wayne 3.81 ¼ Total 9.12

Oct 22 “ 13 “ cotton yarn – 3.90

“ “ “ 1 Ball Candle wick (bought) .44

“ “ “ 5 oz Indigo 1.00 Total 5.34

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Febry 20 “ Cash Paid D. French 37.39

Aug. 9 “ Cash Paid James Ferson 85.00

Total $313.07

 

Aug. 9 to Ballorn due Phillips & Perrine $16.80

 

[The Shown Dollars] is due to Phillip Perrine when Paid will be infull of all acconts at [hay] Store up to 8th April 1831 --.

 

For Phillip & Perrine

Joseph R. John

[hay] April 8th 1831

 

1828 Elder Isaac McCoy Cr.

Aug. 28 By Dollars due you as p[XXXXX] tendered $46.27

 

1829

Sept. 17 By Draft on H. [Lincoln] dated 31st. Aug. 1829 – 250.00

 

1830

Aug 9 by Dollars due Phillips & Perrine – 16.80 Total $313.07

 

Dear Sir

 

There must be a mistake on your books the enclosed ballance Still Stands on our books.  when Mr Meeker was here I was sick and was not able to make out your account or I would have done it.  you say something about garden seeds sent some time ago.  what I sent I Paid for them myself I hope your family are all well please me to your wife and to Mr and Mrs Meeker.  my family enjoys good health Mr. Martin is going to move to Lebanon and going in partnership with his Brother in [Lane], in the Mercantile business.  Mr Fairfield has been in the employ of the AM. Bible Society for the Last six months. and will remain so for 3 or 6 months more in the State of Indiana is distributing Bible and forming new society, his family are living with me – they are all well

 

Yours truly, Joseph A. John

 

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Troy O

April 12th 1831

 

Mr. Robert Simmerwell

Niles M. T.

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