Samuel B. Smith vs. John Connelly and James Feron
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2 1/2 doz knives 300 7 50
andcarriage on knives 2 03
31 knives 370 11 627
25 lbs powder 60 15 00
36 1/2 galls Gin 125 45 62
67 1/2 whiskey 67 50
of 11 25
39 00
Bill for knives 59 08
Boat per receipt 170 00
3 beaver traps 19 50
repairing guns 2 75
1 doz scrapers 6 00
13 to 17 35
24 50
2 guns from 20 00
12guns and bill 950 114 00
19 lbs tobacco 30 5 70
128 lbs Coffee 50 64 00
5 104 00
2 rifles 33 00
13 1/2 lbs of cordage 25 1 75
1 handsaw 450 1 square 75 5. 25
1 file 37c 1 pr compasses 37 .75
2 50 37 87
1 00
cash advancedLaBatte (interpretr) 20 00
cash advancedfor sundry uses 2 00
1 pr trousers 4 00
B. O'Fallon for 8 1/2 5 31
6 25
50 lbs powder of Bill 25 00
1 5 00
Blacksmith's Bill 11 62
3 barrels pork 25 75 00
Dryed BeefBennet 6 50
amt forward 4331 14

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Brought forward - 4331 14
cost to JosephJoseph Peppin 25 00
looking glasses - 3. 75
10. 00
20 25 5. 00
cash pd Michl Fink 10. 00
sugar 58. 50
pd the Baker - 12. 00
BradyBrady and McKnights for salt 16. 00
pdfor caulking 15. 75
41 Barrel salt 8. 00
pd John Arrey for rigging 5. 00
cash pd sundry charges 29 Aug. 7 Bill 17. 37
Blacksmith's Bill 12. 00
toJamesJames Leary 5. 00
pd for castings 46. 46
41. 40
amt of - 418. 05
pd Fink 6. 05
7. 84
5. 75
29. 00
4. 37
pd Leary 1. 00
1. 75
deduct error 2.25 5091 80
goods pd Saml B SmithSamuel B Smith 5089 55
44 1/4 2.25 99. 56
- 3. 00
Butcher knives and 6. 00
pd cash for boat expenses 11. 00
hats 72. 00
candleandfishing hooks - 2. 43
14 Galls of whiskey - 14. 00
33socks and mittens - 20. 620
2 blank books 1. 50