Agreement with Zebedee Coltrin, 26 June 1837

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This agreement made this 26 day of June A. D. 1837 By and betwen Joseph Smith Jr of the Town of County of Geauga & state of Ohio of the first part and of place aforesaid of the seccond part Wi[t]nesseth that the said Smith agrees to pay to the said party of the seccond part the sum of one thousand & nine hundred dollars The conditions of this agreement are as follows the said is to finnish off the <​house​> commonly Known as the Barton house owned by Miss Polly Vose agreeably to a memorandum of an agreement made betwen & Dated the 28th day of Dec. A. D. 1836 also the said smith agrees to pay the said such sums of money or other property as he can raise immediately or from time to time according to his circumstances to help the said in accomplishing the said Job the hands that work on the said house which are boarded by the said Smith are not to be set by the said to any other work while they they are boarded by said Smith excepting on the said house only the said Smith is to reserve a sufficiency of the above stipulated sum of to pay the hands that work on the said Job the said agrees <​to see​> that the <​workmen​> are fithfull [faithful] and that they do good & faithfull days works while <​they are​> boarded by said Smith (Said agrees to pay said smith two dollars and twenty five [c]ents per week for boarding said hands) the said agrees to finnish two lower rooms immediately for the accommodations of Mrs Fanny Brewer which she can occupy as soon as finished [p. [1]]
This agreement made this 26 day of June A. D. 1837 By and betwen Joseph Smith Jr of the Town of County of Geauga & state of Ohio of the first part and of place aforesaid of the seccond part Witnesseth that the said Smith agrees to pay to the said party of the seccond part the sum of one thousand & nine hundred dollars The conditions of this agreement are as follows the said is to finnish off the house commonly Known as the Barton house owned by Miss Polly Vose agreeably to a memorandum of an agreement made betwen & Dated the 28th day of Dec. A. D. 1836 also the said smith agrees to pay the said such sums of money or other property as he can raise immediately or from time to time according to his circumstances to help the said in accomplishing the said Job the hands that work on the said house which are boarded by the said Smith are not to be set by the said to any other work while they are boarded by said Smith excepting on the said house only the said Smith is to reserve a sufficiency of the above stipulated sum to pay the hands that work on the said Job the said agrees to see that the workmen are fithfull [faithful] and that they do good & faithfull days works while they are boarded by said Smith (Said agrees to pay said smith two dollars and twenty five [c]ents per week for boarding said hands) the said agrees to finnish two lower rooms immediately for the accommodations of Mrs Fanny Brewer which she can occupy as soon as finished [p. [1]]
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