W3889 TO REV. THOMAS BAKER FROM JOHN ORANGE BAKER
Apr 17 1875
To: Rev. Thomas Baker.
Briar Hill, April 14/75
James Alfred Baker Esq. to Dr. John Orange Baker
Dec. 5: To blance unpaid note = .53
Dec. 5: To 41/2 lbs pork at 7 cts = .30
Dec. 5: To cash paid for repairing watch = 3.00
March 6: To Cash 0.25 paid for flour 2.70 = 2.90
March 25: To 4 cords wood @ $3 per cord = 12.00
March 14: To Cash = 5.00
Thos. [?] Baker, & son Ja's [James]. A. Baker
June 27 & July 3 1878 & 18th
Edward Tuck within
Also S.E. Baker July 25 &
W.C. Hicks July 26
Rev. Thos. Baker
St-George-Brant CW Ju 27 78 [stamp on envelope]
Apl 17 to May 4: Aaron Nash Boots & Shoes = 15.00
Jany [sic] 22 May 2: Books, pens, pencils,
John S. Brown = $5.25
Apl 18 to June 4: To Cameron Mint, gomery & country goods = $37.37
Unpaid = $58.62
Jany [sic] 8th to May 7: John Skerritt Boots
shoes & repairs = $10.23
May 14th: For John Baker 1 pr. Boots = $2.50
Child's Boots = $1.13
repairing = .30
[Total] $3.93 - paid
The above are the sums of several Bills forwarded to me from Paris and received July 18th 1878 and returned to Paris the 20th.
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