Promissory Note, 5 April 1842 [Niswanger v. Wight and Jett]

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We hereby undertake to pay William Niswonker [Niswanger] the Sum of Three Hundred and fifteen Dollars and twenty Cents in One good Horse, one two Horse Waggon, and the remainder in Groceries at the following Prices, Sugar at Seven & a half Cts. per Pound, and Coffee at fourteen Cents per Pound, Molasses at thirty seven ½ Cents per Gallon, the Groceries to be paid within Six weeks from this Date,— April fifth 1842.—
Hamilton Jett [p. [1]]
We hereby undertake to pay William Niswonker [Niswanger] the Sum of Three Hundred and fifteen Dollars and twenty Cents in One good Horse, one two Horse Waggon, and the remainder in Groceries at the following Prices, Sugar at Seven & a half Cts. per Pound, and Coffee at fourteen Cents per Pound, Molasses at thirty seven ½ Cents per Gallon, the Groceries to be paid within Six weeks from this Date,— April fifth 1842.—
Hamilton Jett [p. [1]]
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