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Letter to Newel K. Whitney, 15 June 1840

17 June
nutmeg10
shawl1.50per
1 p Shoes1.50for man
$3.10
J. Smith Order $3.10 15 June 40
<17 June>
<nutmeg><10>
<shawl><1.50><per [illegible]>
<1 p Shoes><1.50><for man>
<$3.10>
<J. Smith  Order $3.10   15 June  40>

Insertion in handwriting of Newel K. Whitney.  


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