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W8275 TO CALVIN MCQUESTEN FROM Albert Arms for services.
May 1 1841
To: Dr. Calvin McQuesten 41Jackson Street West Hamilton Ontario
From: Albert Arms Hamilton Ontario


Calvin McQuesten
To Albert Arms Sr.
1841
May
To making centre table:$16.00
To work varnishing & polishing on: $7.00
To Making Dining Table: $4.50
To varnishing and polish on: $3.00
To Making Bedstead: $5.50
To pd. Hills for turning Bed Posts: $2.00
To 2 qts of varnish: $1.50
To other materials furnished for the work above: $2.50
To 2 lb white lead, grinding &c.: $0.50
July 14 1843
To work on coffin 2.00= varnishing & Plates .44: $2.44
To repr. & var. [sic] Sickerman's Table: $1.00
Oct 2 1844
To repr. 3 chs. [sic] & var. 2 rocking do: $1.00
March 1
To repr. tea table .75- varnishing .50 do: $1.25
To repr. & var. chs.:$0.50
April 19 1845
To One Boston Rocking Chair: $8.00
Dec 9 1846
To repr. & var. 7 chairs: $1.75
April 20
To painting 6 old do: $1.50
May 2
To paint & var. Table & Box: $1.25
[Total]$ 61.19

1841 Cr.
April By Cash: $5.00 By board from Dec. 26th 1840 to June 1st 41- 22 w. 3 Sts. & from July 4th to 22- 2 w. 5 a. in all 25 weeks & 1 day.




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The development of this website was directed by Mary Anderson, Ph.D. and Janelle Baldwin, M.A.
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