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MERCANTILE PRECEDENTS,

BILL OF EXCII ANGE.

Newburyport, Feb. 12, 1890. EXCHANGE for £.1000 sterling.

At twenty days light of this my first of exchange (second and third of the same tenor and date not paid) pay to John Parker, or order, One Thousand Pounds Sterling, with or without further advice from

Your humble servant,

WILLIAM PRINCE, Melf. DUTTON & GREEN,

Merchants,

LONDON

BILL OF GOODS, at an advance on the sterling cost,

Bofion, May 5, 1800. My. William Poole

Bo't of Simon Simmonds. 32 ells mode

I s. 8d. ster1.

£.? 13 64 yds. striped Nankins

15. 6d.

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16 28 striped calico

15. gd.

2 4 pieces ruffel

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Dollars 78,48
Received his note at 2 months,

Simon Simmonds,

PROMISSORY NOTE,

Boston, May 5, 1800. For value received, I promise to pay to Simon Simmonds, or order, Seventy-eight dollars forty-eight cents, on demand, with interest after two months. Attest,

William Poole. Saul James.

A RECEIPT FOR AN ENDORSEMENT ON A NOTE, Boston, July 12, 1800. Received from Mr. William Poole, (by the hands of Mr. Benjamin Flint,) Thirty eight dollars feventy cents, which is endorsed on his note of May 5, 1800.

Simon Simmonds. 38 dols. 70 cts.

RECEIPT FOR MONEY RECEIVED ON ACCOUNT.

Boston, January 10, 1800. Received from Mr. D. Evans, by the hands of Mr. Thomas Dunnore, Four hundred and thirty dollars on account.

George Pace

430 dols.

PROMISSORY NOTE BY TWO PERSONS.

Newburyport, 12th July, 18cp. For value received we jointly and severally promise to pay to Mr. Samuel Rich, or order, five hup. dred dollars fifty four cents on demand, with interest. Atteft,

Nathan Saybora. Willian Bolton.

Stephen Needy,

GENERAL RECEIPT.

New-Bedford, March 27, 180p. Received from Mr. N. B. the sum of ten dollars twenty-nine cents in full of all demands, 10 dols, 29 cts.

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