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W4012 TO REV. THOMAS BAKER FROM D. MOORE AND COMPANY.
Mar 15 1878
To: Rev. Thomas Baker 3 Bold Street Hamilton Ontario
From: 98 & 100 King Street East Hamilton Ontario


Dennis Moore.
Wm. Aspley Robinson.
All claims for errors must be made on receipt of Goods.
All Goods Shipped at Risk of Purchaser.

Hamilton, Ont. March 15th 1878
Mr. Baker, Hamilton
Bought of D. Moore & Co. Iron Founders, Manufacturers & Importers
Office & Warehouse 98 & 100 King St East. Foundry Cor Catharine & Robert St.
Terms; Shipped by; Weight

July 28 To Repairing Stove = $1.00
Recd Payment
D. Moore & Co. [??]


Dennis Moore.
Wm. Aspley Robinson.
All claims for errors must be made on receipt of Goods.
All Goods Shipped at Risk of Purchaser.

Hamilton, Ont. Sept. 29 1879
Mr. Baker, No. 3 Bold
Bought of D. Moore & Co. Iron Founders, Manufacturers & Importers
Office & Warehouse 98 & 100 King St East. Foundry Cor Catharine & Robert St.
Terms; Shipped by; Weight

Sept. 15 [??] 9in Pipe = 2 25
Sept. 15 1 Round 7 Elbow @ 50 = 50
Sept. 15 2 Hrs Time man & Boy fitting up stoves @ 50 = 1 00
[Total =] $3 75

Received Payment
D. Moore & Co.
August

Sept 30th 1879: purchased of Mr. Marsden a Engraving, framed, [?] christ receiving little children, price $12.00. Paid cash $ discount waved down to $11.00.

Mr. Marsden seemed well pleased said I had made the first purchase in his new shop- and a cash customer- [?] left [?] wanted


Dennis Moore.
Wm. Aspley Robinson.
All claims for errors must be made on receipt of Goods.
All Goods Shipped at Risk of Purchaser.

Hamilton, Ont. Oct. 28 1879
Mr. Baker, No. 3 Bold Bought of D. Moore & Co. Iron Founders, Manufacturers & Importers
Office & Warehouse 98 & 100 King St East. Foundry Cor Catharine & Robert St.
Terms; Shipped by; Weight

Oct. 28: 1 Galvanized [??] = 1.00
Oct. 28: 1 Repairing teakettle = 25
[Total =] $1 25
Recd Payment
D Moore & Co. [Signature]


Dennis Moore.
Wm. Aspley Robinson.
All claims for errors must be made on receipt of Goods.
All Goods Shipped at Risk of Purchaser.

Hamilton, Ont. June 14th 1880
Mr. Baker, City
Bought of D. Moore & Co. Iron Founders, Manufacturers & Importers
Office & Warehouse 98 & 100 King St East.
Foundry Cor Catharine & Robert St.
Terms; Shipped by; Weight

To Rep Refrigerator = $1 00
Paid
D. Moore & Co [Signature]




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