Thomas Jones v. Joseph Lewis, Sheriff of New Madrid
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A copy of an invoice of goods, now in the hands of the New
MadridMadrid Sheriff, which were seized by McFarlane Esquire Sub Agent
of Indian Affairs, some time in the Year 1809, Taken from the original, by
WilliamWilliam O Allen Attorney at law

28 small
12 large ditto
20 small
4 thirty four
12 spars
6
of
9
1 of
1 Law
6
for
9
1 of
1 of Fujal
16 lead
22
7

2) 9 Middle
1 Indole
6 wool hats
1 brown Cloth

dittos of blue
1 cloth
1 piece
2 (the article he read)
7 Cloth
11 red cloth
2 green
2

2) 16
5 small
6
26 small ditto
4 small plates
6 coffee pots
15 goods
1 paper books
18 car
5 large
2 paper coated
1 paper
4 papers of small
2 papers of


6 papers of
35 Broady
1 paper
7
2
1 paper green
8 tea spoons
9 plain
4 spectacles
2 papers
2 of Tape
10
1 paper of
94 small looking Glasses
14 small
17 cotton

2) 12 CottonCotton Shawls
2
1
2 of

2) 21 CottonCotton Shawls
25 of

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continued

2) goods of
12
4 cloths
2 small
2 bed spreads
19
5 of
2
9 cases

8
9
9 do
4

2) 33

Thewords that are underlineddenote that the quantity of the article
is not, but should have been a prefixed in those intent; The Mark they
2) is placed against said articles which are of the same , and yet are
twice mentioned, in fact the whole invoice, to say the least thoughly
a .

WmWilliam O Allen O AllenWilliam O Allen
for

A copy of J.B.