One page, 7 ¾” x 11 ¾” January 18, 1860, Randolph County, Alabama, land document involving F.A. McMurray and Harrington Phillips, large land owners. Phillips was a planter and McMurray was a state legislator. Document is witnessed by John W. Cummings and A.G. Osborne.
Toning throughout. Ink erosion in two small areas.
January 18, 1859, invoice for Gen. Cruckshanks from A. Tannlunson, importer and dealer in window shades, paper hangings.
Edge wear. One fold tear reinforced with archival tape.
June 13th (n.y.) Charleston, SC, Master’s Office notice of a hearing in Master in Equity James W. Gray’s office.
May 2nd, 1851, Charleston, SC, magistrate document for George W. Tuttle, who sued a firm for three dollars and was paid.
March 19th, 1858, Master (in Equity) Office, ALS, in part, “…Col. Phillips informs me that he never received a copy of the taxation of the 19 March last in Barr vs. Hamilton. This being so, I am to blame and trust that the delay will be charged to the many delinquencies of your friend…” Writer’s name is difficult to read.
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