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John Ferguson Diary, 1871

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CASH ACCOUNT, DECEMBER

   

Received

 

Paid

 

1st

For suit of tweed

{illegible}

{illegible}

{illegible}

{illegible}

4th

“ R. Crawfords acc/ on wages

   

37

00

5th

“ barrel of Goderich

“ Salt

   

1

70

8th

“ Pocket Diary and Pure {illegible} - -

     

80

9th

For “Lady Harrington” and calf

150

00

   

11th

Deposited in Bank

Do

Do

   

{15th ?}

Received for 12 ½ lbs butter @ 18 cts

{smudge}

25

   

“ Sundries

   

5

00

22

“ For Clifton

79

80

   

“ Cash from farmer Campbell

7

00

   

“ Overcoat and Fur cape

   

15

50

30

“ Hide

5

00

   

“ Book

   

1

12

   

241

25

61

12

   

61

12

   
   

$180

13

Cr

 

Recapitulation

        Recieved  Paid

Jan -- $14.85 $34.75 Feb -- 41.00 38.10 Mar -- 12.20 Apr -- 108.15 78.25 May -- 5.02 8.00 June -- 261.16 86.38 July -- 47.43 34.00 Aug -- 12.00 21.90 Sept -- 212.70 53.95 Oct -- 183.39 83.28 Nov -- 46.78. 93.19 Dec -- 241.25 61.12

     $1173.751 605.12
                       150.00
                      $755.12

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