An Account Book of Benjamin Clark, Exeter, MA 1824-1130; Provisions Merchant - all types
Moderate wear; one leaf detached but present.. A 7 3/4" x 6" approximately 50 page ledger or day book with marbled paper cover. A day book or account book with additional informational entries on local events. Entries begin with the driving of various named cows, followed by Benjamin Clarks tax bills for 1824. Mr. Clark is merchant of all things... Ledger entries begin with a credit for 30 pounds of old iron left with me when I bound his wheels. Followed by information on cheese and potato sales and other food products including 'veel'. Includes ales of timber, pork and lamb, calf skin, buttons, ribbon, etc. Also includes periodic weather reports Oct 12, 1828 "this morning there is a whitefrost this is the first frost that I have ssen this fall". Additionally he would credit debtors for "a day's work". One page is an Account of What I have received this year 1830", listing the butter and cheese he received by date including dates and amounts and costs for the entire year; with a second page dedicated to corn and potatoes and livestock. Additional yearly accounts for 1828 and 1829. An upside down entry on the inside back cover reads "Monday, Dec. 28, 1829 uncommonly warm.
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