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DAY BOOK.

Each of the following compartments is to be considered as a separate

leaf, as numbered, ruled on both sides.

Page 1.

Jacob Ingoldsby, Esq.

As to your Purchase of an Estate at .............

Here would be entered the proper charges, as they occurred, according to date, relative to the purchase, and if one sheet should be insufficient to hold them, they should be continued on the next vacant sheet, say page 3 (below).

Page 2

John Doe, Esq.

Yourself against Richard Roe, Esq.

Here, in like manner as above stated, would follow the different items of charges in the costs of the action, and, if necessary, to be continued on the next vacant sheet (see p. 4).

Jacob Ingoldsby, Esq.

Page 3. As to your Purchase of Estate at .........

(Continued from page 1.)

Here the charges relative to the purchase would be continued, and, if necessary, recourse should be had to other vacant sheets until the business should be concluded.

Page 4. John Doe, Esq. Yourself v. Richard Roe, Esq.

(Continued from page 2.)

Here would follow the further charges in the action, and, if necessary, on other sheets.

Page 5.

Messrs. Baber, Brothers, and Co.

As to the ship “ Calcutta.”

Here would be entered the charges relative to matters connected with the ship, and, if necessary, continued on another page.

Page 6. Messrs. Baber, Brothers, and Co. As to Questions arising between you and Messrs. Gordon & Co.

Here, in like manner, would the charges relative to this business be entered, and continued elsewhere if necessary.

Page 7. Messrs. Baber, Brothers, and Co.

As to Debt due to you from Messrs. W. & A. Sinclair.

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Page 8. Messrs. Baber, Brothers, and Co.

As to your Claim against the Estate of General Hoggins.

The necessary charges in this matter would be made here, and on other sheets if requisite.

Page 9.

The Estate of Sir John Corbet, Bart.

As to General Matters.

The charges relative to the general business connected with the estate would be entered on this and as many other sheets as might be necessary for the purpose.

Page 10.

The Estate of Sir John Corbet, Bart.

As to Debt due from Col. Gascoine.

The charges as to obtaining payment of this debt would be entered here, &c.

Page 11.

The Estate of Sir John Corbet, Bart.

As to Sale of Estate at...........

On this and as many other sheets as might be requisite the charges as to this business would be entered.

Page 12

The Estate of Sir John Corbet, Bart.

As to Mortgage due from Capt. Henderson.

The proper charges as to getting in this mortgage would be entered on this and as many other sheets as would be required.

DAY BOOK.

A more full specimen of the mode of making the first entries of

charges for business done.

The Estate of Sir John Corbet, Bart.

General Matters.

Page 9.

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