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Account of John Ramsey of deerskins sold for North Carolina
Ramsey, John
June 08, 1787
Volume 20, Pages 720-721

(Copy.)

Sales of One Hogshead of Deerskins received by the Sloop Polly, Captain Scammerhorn from Savannah, on account of the State of North Carolina, by order of the Honorable William Blount, Esq.

To Messrs. Atkinson, 1 Hogshead, Viz.:
240 Skins
826
lb.
Tare
158
668
lb. at 18d
£50
2
0
12 Skins much Damaged,
20
lb., at 6d
10
0
£50
12
0
Charges, Viz.:
Cash paid by Captain Scammerhorn on their Acc’t in Georgia
£1
16
0
Paid said Captain freight
1
8
0
Paid for a permit
2
0
Cartage & Cooperage
3
6
Public Weigh Master
2
0
Commission
2
10
6
£6
2
0
Amt. of Sales
£50
12
00
Charges, &c
6
2
00
Nett Sales
£44
10
00

New York, June 8th, 1787,

Errors Excepted.

JOHN RAMSEY.

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(Copy.)


New York, June 8th, 1787.

Mr. John Ramsey,
Bot of J. & F. Atkinsons.

4
Pieces Linen,
26
97, at 2 10
£13
14
10
4
Ditto,
27
98 at 3s
14
14
00
4
Ditto,
28
99, at 3 2
15
13
6
£44
2
4