Invoice, Mackie, Oakley & Jennison to H. Smith & Co., 11 October 1836

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October 11— 1836
MESS.
Bought of MACKIE, OAKLEY, & JENNISON, corner of Front-St. and Burling-Slip,
AGENTS FOR THE NEW-JERSEY IRON COMPANY.
Have constantly on hand, for sale to the Trade, at the Manufacturers Prices, Round, Half Round, Square, Flat, Flang, Boiler, Sheet, Hoop and Band Iron; Refined Junietta Axe, do.; Nail, Spike, and Brazier’s Rods; Axle Ends; Crow Bars; Plough Molds; Mill Cranks; Gudgeons; Steel; Nails; Castings; Axes; Shovels and Spades; Forks; Hoes; Patent Balances; Cart and Waggon Boxes; Brads; Tacks and Sparrow Bills; Iron Mortars; Tinner’s Machines and Tools; Rifle Guns; Coffee Mills; Britannia Ware, &c.
10 Casks Ea[ch] 4. 6. 8. & 10 Nails 4000
5 [Casks Ea] 3 & 20 [Nails] 1000
5000 @ 6½ 325.00
Cartage 1.25
326.25
Paid
Mackie, Oakley & Jennison
P. Jas McClennan
Cash
[p. [1]]
Mackie, Oakley & Jennison
Nails $362 $326.25 [p. [2]]

Footnotes

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    A type of pewter metal, used for servingware. (Holland, Manufactures in Metal, 3:102–111.)  

    Holland, John. A Treatise on the Progressive Improvement and Present State of the Manufactures in Metal. Vol. 3. In The Cabinet Cyclopaedia. Vol. 52. Edited by Dionysius Lardner. London: Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, Green, and Longman, 1834.

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    Printed text ends; unidentified handwriting resumes.  

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    “A close vessel for containing liquors, formed by staves, heading and hoops. This is a general term comprehending the pipe, hogshead, butt, barrel, etc.” (“Cask,” in American Dictionary [1828].)  

    An American Dictionary of the English Language: Intended to Exhibit, I. the Origin, Affinities and Primary Signification of English Words, as far as They Have Been Ascertained. . . . Edited by Noah Webster. New York: S. Converse, 1828.

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    The cost associated with transporting goods, which were originally transported by cart. (“Cartage,” in American Dictionary [1828].)  

    An American Dictionary of the English Language: Intended to Exhibit, I. the Origin, Affinities and Primary Signification of English Words, as far as They Have Been Ascertained. . . . Edited by Noah Webster. New York: S. Converse, 1828.

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    Docket in handwriting of Marcellus Cowdery.