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William Beattie Diary, 1866-1867

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DATE.

CASH ACCOUNT—AUGUST.

RECEIVED.

PAID.

1st

Sold 66 lb Butter at 18 cents per lb $11.18

$ 11.18

 
 

Bought 2 ½ lb Tea 10 lb Sugar 1 Gallon Whisky

 

4.13

 

Do 17 ½ yds cotton 2 yds Towelling 4 milk dishes

 

3.85

 

3 pairs gloves for bending

 

1.80

 

Paid Building Society

 

6.46

8

Paid William Mitchell for housing turnips

 

5

9

One ronnet 50 cents

 

.50

25

1 lb Tea one Jar mustard Stove Black 1 spool thread

 

1.75

28

Paid Jessie McBain $11

 

11

31

Three shoes set & one ball of candle week

 

.42 ½

       

10 Agust

Paid Alexander Corner Eight dollers

 

8.00

       
       

DATE.

CASH ACCOUNT—SEPTEMBER.

RECEIVED.

PAID.

6

One pound Tea at $1 glass for lamp 10 cents

 

1.10

20

Sold 74 lb Butter at 15 cents per lb

11.10

 
 

Bought 2 ½ lb Tea $2.44 15 lb Sugar 1.50

5 lb Barley 50 cents 4 lb currans ½ bushel salt 25 cents thread & needles

 

5.50

 

Old account $2.20

 

2.20

       

Septem

Paid John Ogg day of shelling match $2

 

2

 

Alexer Cordner do do $2

 

2

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