N. K. Whitney & Co. Account Book, September 1834

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accout. Book Sept 1834
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Halstead Haines & Co. Cr[edi]t.
By their Invoice of Goods of Oct 17, 1833. $1,258.52 $1,258.48
By six mon[th]’s Interest up to the 17, Oct 1834.— 44.35 44.27
$1,302.87 $1,302.75
4 Octs Sent by Hills 600$ 600.00
702.75
Int[erest] to 17 Decr included on note Sent the 28 Nov. 8.00
$710.75
Note Sent 28 Nov pyt [payment] 20 days at Bank to balnc [balance] a/c [account]— 710.75
(See H & H & Co letter acknowledging rec[eip]t. of note) [p. [1]]
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M. Wilbur & Buckley Cr[edi]t.
By their Invoice of Goods of Octor. 16, 1833.— 1,157.15
By Six months Interest up to the 16 Octo. 1834 40.50
$1,197.65
4 Octo rec[eip]t says 18 Octo sent by Hills $700.00
24 Jun 1835 sent by mail $200.00
July 25, 1835 maild 250$ in Letter rec[eive]d. 3d augt. says letter [$250.00]
50$ sent in dff Letter 16 Sept 1835 [$50.00]
Letter acknowledging same 23 Sept
NB ac[coun]t Settld in May 1836 when was down See note [p. [3]]
Elisha Crane (of ) Cr[edi]t
By his bill Groceries Nov 5, 1834 $289.99
In[teres]t. after 4 Mo[nths] to 31 May 1835 —4.72
294.71
<​1835​> 12 May To cash p[e]r letter 100.00
Int. 22 18 days to 31 may 0.33
100.33
Balance him due $194.38
<​1835​> June 8 To cash sent in letter by mail this day $150.00
July 1st. To cash sent by & this day 45.00
$195.00
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Palmer, Elliot, Huntington & Co.
By their Invoice of Goods of Octo. 18, 1833.— 630.62
By Interest after 6 mon[th]’s. or to the 18 Octor. 1834.— 22.07
$652.69
To cash remitted them as p[e]r their Letter 11 June 1834. 200.00
To Interest on the same to Octo. 18, 1834. 4.75
Subtract from $652.69 this am[oun]’t. 204.75
Balance thus due $447.94
2 Set Timmer Gauges not put up 14/= 3.50
$444.44
4 Octo (receipt says 18 Octo) 100$ sent by Hills [$100.00]
200.00$ Sent by mail 28 Nov 1834 & Letter says 12 Decr. Cash rec[eive]d. [$200.00]
NB See the letter & Statement of a/c [account] 12 Decr.
100$ Sent in letter 20 Jany 1835 [$100.00]
See the letter acknowledging rct [receipt] of 50$ dated 17 June 1835 [$50.00]
8 June 1835 mailed a 50$ bill to balance a/c in to 20 cts See their letter & my [illegible] [$50.00]
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Gardner & Patterson of Cr[edi]t
By their bill Crockery 15 Octo 1834— 143.21
deduct crockery not put up (see bill)— 10.90
$132.31
In[teres]t. after 6 Mo[nths] to 31 May 1835 1⅔ mo 1.27
$133.58
<​1835​> May 27 To cash by mail $130.00 130.00
See their letter of acknowled[gmen]t. dated 30 May $3.58
Intrt. [Interest] & transportation &c a/c [account] by letter to 15 July 1835 3.43
See his statem[en]t. on file $7.01
Augt. 4. 1835 sent by See both on file to baln [balance] =7.04
See rec[eip]t in Invoice
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Timothy T. Kissam Cr[edi]t.
By his Bill crockery of the 11 Octo. 1833 72.69
By Interest after 6 mon[th]’s. or to the 11, Octo. 1834 2.54
$75.23
18 Intrt [Interest] to 1 March 1835 2.11
$77.34
Settled by C[ollins] & Hanney 6 March 1835 See note on file 77.34
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Collins & Hanney Cr[edi]t.
By their Bill Books of Octo. 16, 1833— 296.38
By Interest after 6 mon[th]s. or to 16 Oct 1834— 10.37
$306.75
To cash 11. June 1834 as per their Rec[eip]t. on file $200.00
To Interest to 16 Oct 1834 4.85
204.85
Balance their due $101.90
To cash for[warde]d. in letter this 18 Der. 1834 See copy $50.00
See statement in the Lettr Cash Decr.1834
1 March 1835 due C[ollins] & Hanney $52.67
To cash sent them to balance a/c [account] 52.67
See their letter— 6 months in sam[e] wrote my own 20 Feby. 1835
they also acknowledged a balance [illegible] due Subject to such which is $3.79 6 March 1835 [p. [9]]
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J & J. F. Trippe— Cr[edi]t.
By Their Bill Paints & medicines of 11 Oct. 1833.— 182.78
By Interests after 6 mon[th]’s. or to the 11 Octo. 1834 6.40
$189.18
To cash July 28, 1834 See their letter on file 105.57
To Interest up to the 11 Octor. 1834 1.54=
107.11
Balance their due $82.07
To difference between 10 lbs. Borax & 10 lbs. Allum @ 21 cts 2.10
Balance $79.97
50$ Sent in letter 20 Jany. 1835 [$50.00]
See copy & Sum acknowlegd by them (See Letter)
1 March 1835 due Trippe $31.82
balance paid by C & Hy [Collins & Hanney] see note on file <​6 march 1835​> also their letter of Statement of a/c [account] on file
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C. B. Grannis & Co. Cr[edi]t.
By their Bill Shoes of 15 Oct 1833.— $185.18
By Interest after 6 Mo[nth]s’. or up to 15 Oct 1834— 6.48
$191.66
To cash 28 July 1834 $180.00
[To] Interest to 15 Oct 1834. 2.71
[To] 6 p[ai]r Pumps (Morocco) not put up @ 6/1 4.50
To Interest— 0.16
187.37.
Balance their due— $4.29
settled by C & Hany [Collins & Hanney] & note taken up 6 march <​1835​> (See on file of note) [1/4 page blank] [p. [13]]
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Rathbone & Chapin Cr[edi]t.
By this Bill Groceries of the 9th. Oct 1833— 624.43
By Interest after 4 mo[nth]s. or up to 9 Oct 1834— 29.14
$595.29 $653.57
To 1 Keg powder wet & good for nothing— 6.00
To 8 mons Interest— 0.28
6.28
Balance their due $647.29
<​1834​> 1 Nov says receipt sent by Hills $300.00
<​1834​> 30 Der sent in letter by mail $200.00
Letter acknowledging dated. 7 Jan 1835
Total [illegible] $◊◊5 P[ai]d Oct 1834
about 154$ due R[athbone] & Chapin 9 Jany1835 [$154.00]
NB pd. 5 Feby 1835 See note [p. [15]]
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