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1816: Lost Note from James Phillips to Wm. M'Connell, of GA.

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24 Jul 2013 12:23 #1294 by Mamie
LOST, on the 20th day of July last, at the house of Stephen Williams, a small RED MOROCCO POCKETBOOK, containing one note on James Phillips for thirty dollars, payable the 25th day of December next; one note on Harvey Kindrick, payable to Joseph Nichols for fourteen dollars, due the 1st day of August, 1815; one note on John H. Broadnax for seven dollars and twenty-five cents, payable to the subscriber on demand; a note on David D. Nichols, payable to Hannah Downer for a small sum not recollected; one note on James H. Greer for 1000 pounds of seed cotton, to be delivered at Capt. Brown’s machine, and payable to Hugh Hall; one note on Nehemiah Harvey, payable to Solomon Thornton, amount not recollected; and some other papers not recollected, together with a small sum of money in small bills. The subscriber forewarns and person or persons from trading with any of the above mentioned notes, and any person who has, or may have found said Pocket-book and will deliver it to the subscriber, shall be handsomely rewarded.
WILLIAM M’CONNELL.
Sept’r. 5, 1816.

Source: Georgia Journal, Milledgeville, Georgia, Wednesday, September 11, 1816; Pg. 3, Column 6

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