Preston and Others v. George W. Coons, Administrator of the Estate of Milton Duty, et al.
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Mar 3 To 2 # 2.50 June 11By cash $ 23,08
Mar 7 To 1 Womans shoes 1.25
Mar 12 To 1 1.25
Mar 16 To 1 1.25
Mar 17 To 1 Coarse Boots 3.00
Apr 28 To 1 Calico 595
Apr 28 To 1 shoes per 137
Apr 30 To 2 250
# 23,08
May 3 1 Pair 1.37
May 3 1 1.37
May 9 1 125
# 23,08
June 11 To 24 lbs feathers, 56, 13,50
June 13 To 8 yrds linen 25, 2.00
June 23 To 2 pair shoes 1.25 250
June 25 To 1 Pan Do boy 87
July 4 To 1 pair shoes 1.25
July 6 17 To 1 Coffee Boiler 37
$20,50

Deponent states that the above transcripts from the
books of David CoonsDavid Coons are correct, and that the foregoing
are all the entires in said books in account between
the parties aforesaid during the period of time comprised
from Februrary 14th to July 17th 1838, and
that the first entry is a balance, brought forward from
an account commencing Oct 1. 1837 and this entry,
and the next item, is in the hand writing of this
deponent, and the remainder of the account copied
above, to Febuary 22nd is in the hand writing
of David CoonsDavid Coons . Deponent says that the sum of
eleven hundred and eight dollars and seventy nine
cents in said account being charged as having
been paid to Risley, he did not see paid, but believes
it was paid to him. This Deponent did not see