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Bank of the United States promissory note
Promissory note for 1,000 pounds sterling signed by Nicholas Biddle and Joseph Cowperthwait payable at the bank's agency in London.
Joseph Barbur promissory note
Dated Torringford (Conn.), Joseph Barbur promises to deliver 955 pounds of good sheep to Ebenezer Winchell by 10 Dec. next. Witnessed by Joseph Barbur and Daniel Winchell.
Hezekiah Barce promissory note
Abel Camp, Jr. promissory note
Abel Camp, Jr. promissory note to the Committee to pay taxes in Litchfield. Witnesses by Solomon Goodwin and Remembrance Gibbs.
State of Connecticut note to Hercules Wessells
Note issued by the State of Connecticut Treasury Office to Hercules Wessells in the amount of 10 pounds 4 shillings 2 pence for his service in the Continental Army.
Abner Hall Promissory note
Abner Hall of New Milford (Conn.) promises to pay 8 pounds to Jonah Starr of New Milford. Witnessed by Nathaniel Smith and Ben Starr Mygatt.
Asa Hopkins promissory note
Asa Hopkins of Litchfield promises to pay Mr. James Jauncey of New York City the sum of 332 pounds twelve shillings and three pence New York currency. Witnessed by J. Canfield and Lynde Lord in Litchfield.
Pompe Leopeon promissory note
Pompe Leopean promises to pay $2.00 to Samuel Buel, Litchfield Town Treasurer.
James F. Magee, Jr. collection
Two tariff receipts and a promissory note.
Lemuel Nichols promissory note
A promissory note to Lemuel Nichols of Waterbury from an unknown person [the signature has been torn out] who promises to pay Nichols 91 gallons of West India rum, to be delivered to Derby. Witnessed by Solomon Reynolds and Shadrach Osborn. On the back, dated Litchfield Dec 19, 1771, Lemuel Nichols appoints Thomas Phillips as his attorney to recover the contents of the note.