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15 41 months' wages at $7,
$ C. 1800 31 50
26 Sundries, Feb'y.281 ditto, April 29 ditto
11 50 362 3|56 9 99
Judge of County Court, Fy. 122/12/By my order in favor of Joseph Hastings, 83150 My draft in favor of Edward Jones,
3800 March 1 Cash paid me this day,
7500 1 empty cider barrel,
58 April 12 Amount of your order on Theodore Barreli, 68100 May 25 My order in favor of Anthony Billings, 54100
Cr. 1822. Jan'y. 18 By team hire at sundry times,
564 Feb'y:1187 4 months' hire of his son William at gió, 40100 Farmer,
$10 Morchl15]By sundries in full,
31To 16 cheese, weight 308 lbs. at 5 cents,
217 lbs. butter at 15 2-3 cents,
INDEX TO THE LEGER.
2 Hastings Joseph,
2 Stacy Samuel,
endorsed by Ephraim Dodge, April (29 Do. Isaac Thompson, at 6 months,
What is the state of the following Accounts. Joseph Hastings, |Due Joseph Hastings, Samuel Stacy,
Edward Jones, Anthony Billings,
-Notes Payable, : Thomas Grosvenor, Samuel Stacy owes, Edward Jones,
Anthony Billings owes, Notes Payable,
Thomas Grosvenor owes, Jonathan Curtis,
Jonathan Curtis owes, John Rogers,
John Rogers owes,
Auburn, Oct. 21, 1822. Thomas Yates, Esq.
To John Mornington, Dr. 1892. April 5. To 5 barrels Cider, at
$10,00 20 bushels Potatoes, at 0,25
5,00 55 lbs. Butter, at 0,17
9,35 June 6. 1 ton of Hay,
10,00 July 15. 40 lbs. Cheese, at
3,20 2 cords of Wood, at 4,00
Received the amount.
JOHN MORNINGTON. N. B..To prevent accidents, care should be taken not to re. meipt an account until it is paid.
A negotiable Note.
New Haven, March 21, 1822. Six months after date, I promise to pay to William Walter, or order, (at nay house,) One Hundred Dollars, value received in two yoke of oxen.
JAM HILLHOUSE. It is best to mention where the note shall be paid, and for what it is given. Without the words, “or order," a note is not negotiable.
A Receipt in full. Received, Hartford, May 22, 1822, of Theodore Barrell, Esg. Fifty-two Dollars in full of all demands. GEO. GOODWIN.
>If the payment be not in full, write “on account," N. B.-For other useful forms see the Arithmetic.
NOTE, The affectionate Instructer, who always feels a parental solicitude for the permanent welfare of his pupils, cannot in any way so much contribute to their success in life, with so little trouble, as to teach them to understand this abridged, complete and simple system of Book Keeping. It contains all the important principles of extended and expensive works on the science; all, in fact, that is necessary to be known by the Farmer, Mechanic, and Shopkeeper, relating to accounts; and yet with very • Jittle explanation and repeated copying and balancing the accounts, will be so fully understood and deeply impressed on the memory of scholars of common mind, as never to be forgotten; while their knowledge of common arithmetic and practical penmanship will thereby be greatly improved.