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Three printed receipts from the firm A. O. Harris of Memphis, Tennessee, accomplished, 3 sheets with address on versos
Memphis, Tenn: July 15, September 4 and September 27, 1850. Two with engraved pictures of a covered wagon by Appeal Job Office Print, Memphis, the other of a horse drawn covered wagon by Young, Printer, Philadelphia. 1 vols. 4to. Carting Bills. Bolivar is in Southwestern Tennessee in Hardeman County. The printed waggoneers' receipt on the lower portion has the agreed charges and shows the three loads of goods were carried by Mrs. Gwinns', F. A. Lallier's and W. H. Wood's wagons At the base of the receipt for Mr. Wood's load is the notation "Mr. Wood wrote for a load through Messrs R. A. Parker & Co- and I send all I can except the Bog & Rake & Iron, which I retain in consequence of your instructions by letter-A. O. Harris by W. Harris." Among the items carted were mackerel, Black syrup, axes and a trunk. Three cartage bills for shipping goods to J. H. Bills of Bolivar, Tennessee by wagon. Folds, some short tears along edges and folds and light spotting, holes from the seals but generally in very good condition.
Verkäufer: James Cummins Bookseller [USA]

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