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LEGER, No. 2.

1827.

Contra

Cr.

Folll $ Cts. April 14 By cash,

2 41 00 25 By check on Gardiner Bank, 2 150 00 June 1sBy balance transferred to folio 2,

91 00

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1827. Dr. George Simpson, June 11To balance from folio I,

91 00 6 To wine,

2l| 12 00

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1827.

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A TABLE for reducing Shillings and Pence into Cents.

and Mills.
Shil. Shil. Shil. · Shil. Shil.

1 2 3 4 5

Pn.cts.mod lets. m. cts. ? m. etis. m. cts. m. ctes. m.

0

16 733 3150 0164 7183 3 1 1 4 18 1134 7151 463 1184 7

4168

7 2 2 8/19

5/36

152 8169 5186 1 3 4 2 20 9 37 554 2170 987 5 4 5 622 338 9155 6172 388 9 5 7 0123 7140 3157 073 790 3 6 8 3125 041 658 3175 091 6 7 9 7126 443 059 7176 493 0 8 11 1127 844 461 177 894 4

8 9 12 5 29 2 45 8j62 5179 295 8 10 13 9 30 647 2/63 980 697 2 11 15 3'32 0148 665 382 098 6 EXAMPLE -Reduce 3s. 6d.'to cents and mills. Look for 3s. at the head of the column, and 6 under pence at the left hand side: then casting your eye along in that line until you come to the 3st column, you have 58 cents 3 mills, the answer.

Tables of the value of the Gold Coins of Great Britain, France and

Spain according to the act of Congress of April 29, 1816.

(Gold Coins of FRANCE.] [Gold Coins of SPAIN.) gr.kl. grs.ct. prot. $ ct. pwt. $ ct. gr. ct gr. ct. pl. $.ct. pt. $ ct. 11 3|13|471

110,87 111 9,60 1 3113|45|| 10:84|11 9,24 21 7/14/51

2 1,75 12 10,47 27 14 49 211,68|12/10,08 311 15 55 3 2 621 13 11,34 3|1115152|| 32,52|13|10,92 4|14|16|58 413,491 14 12,21 { 414|1656|| 43,36 1411,76 5|18/17/62

5/4,36 15 13,09 5 17 17|59|| 5 4,20 15 12,60 6/22/18/65

65,23 16 13,96 6|21|18|63|| 65,04/16/13,44 7|25|19|68|| 716,11| 17| 14,83 7|24|19|66| 715,88017114,28 8 29207286,98 181 15,71 8 2820 70 816,72 18 15,12 933|21|76|| 97,851 19 16,58 932/21/73 97,56 19 15,96 1036122,80|| 108,731 20 17,45 10362277||108,40 20 16,80 11 4023 84

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Gold Coins of GREAT BRITAIN and PORTUGAL.
grict. Igr|ct Igret. Igor !ct. \pwtdl.ct |put jdl. cts pt dl. cts pot dl.cts.
1 3 725 13 48 19170 : 0,89 76,22|13|11,55 17 15,11

21 7 8 29 1451 20 74,2 11,78 8 7,11/14 12,44 18/16,00
311 9j3311515521378:3 12,67| 9j 8,00 15j13,33 19 16,89
4141037 1659 2281 4 3,55 10 8,89 16114,22 2017,78
5/18|11|40|17|63 2385 5 4,44 11 9,78
6122124418167 65,33 12,10,67

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FORMS OF NOTES, BILLS, RECEIPTS, c.

PROMISSORY NOTE.

Hallowell, June 6, 1827. FOR valve received, I promise to pay one hundred and twenty-one dollars and fifty cents to George Rich, or order, in sixty days, with interest.

HENRY WEST. $121,50

Witness, Geo. Spelman.

PROMISSORY NOTE BY TWO PERSONS.

Hallowell, June 6, 1827. For value received, we jointly and severally promise to pay fifty-six dollars to A. B. or order, on demand, with interest.

C. Davis. $56,00

E. Fox.
Attest, G, Hill,

NOTE FOR BORROWED MONEY. Borrowed and received of C. D. forty-nine dollars, which I promise to pay on demand.

E. Fox. $49,00

B A promissory note having order inserted, may be endorsed from one person to another; and if value received is not mentioned, it is of no force.

INLAND BILL OF EXCHANGE. $1000,00

Portland, June 6, 1827. Ten days after sight, pay to George Brown or order, one thousand dollars, for value received, and place it to my account without further advice, (or as advised,) from Your bumble servant,

HENRI WEST. To Mr. George Rich, Boston.

FOREIGN BILL OF EXCHANGE. EXCHANGE for £400 sterling.

Hallowell, June 7, 1827. Sixty days after sight, (or at usance, *) pay this my first bill of exchange, second and third of the same tenor and date not paid, to Mr. George Brown or his order, four hundred pounds sterling

* Usance is a customary time for the payment of foreign bills of exchange,circulating from one nation to another; and varies from 80 to 90 days, according to the custom of different countries.

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