Trustees Land Book B, 4 August 1842–8 December 1845

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1842
May 6th. Paid the following notes viz
Memorandum $3.00 Bank N.Y No 2156
$3.00 Bank of Auburn No 28.808
$2.00 Bank of Upper Canada 1193
$25.00 in Gold & $2.00 in Silver—
$30.00 of the above was endorsed on his note &
$5.00 being due him for exchange of money
May 9 offers a Lot in the city of and will bring the Deed in a few days wants for it $200.00 cash $450.00
Also he offers land in viz
N.E <​S.E​> 1/4 of NE 1/4 of S[ection] 28— T[ownship] 56 R[ange] 29— 40 acres @ $5.00 pr acre
Also NE 1/4 of NW 1/4 of 28— 56— 29— 40 [acres] $5.00 pr. ac
[Also] part of— NW <​SE​>. 1/4 <​of​> 33— 56— 29— 10 [acres] Timber $5.00 pr ac
He also wants a settlement with the Trustee for Lot 4 B[lock] 103 he having paid $50.00 to for said Lot. but these is interest due for 3 years
 
May 10th. Recorded June 18 45 Received of Benjamin R. Hulse Cash in Silver $14.00, which amount he has the privilege of receiving back in such property as he needs when he has worked up the same for the benefit of the Temple—on his tithing
 
May 10 Wm. Hickenlooper has lent $38.00 which is to be returned within one week— <​Returned​>
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1842
May 6th. Paid the following notes viz
Memorandum $3.00 Bank N.Y No 2156
$3.00 Bank of Auburn No 28.808
$2.00 Bank of Upper Canada 1193
$25.00 in Gold & $2.00 in Silver—
$30.00 of the above was endorsed on his note &
$5.00 being due him for exchange of money
May 9 offers a Lot in the city of and will bring the Deed in a few days wants for it $200.00 cash $450.00
Also he offers land in viz
S.E 1/4 of NE 1/4 of Section 28— Township 56 Range 29— 40 acres @ $5.00 pr acre
Also NE 1/4 of NW 1/4 of 28— 56— 29— 40 acres $5.00 pr. ac
[Also] part of— SE. 1/4 of 33— 56— 29— 10 acres Timber $5.00 pr ac
He also wants a settlement with the Trustee for Lot 4 Block 103 he having paid $50.00 to for said Lot. but these is interest due for 3 years
 
May 10th. Recorded June 18 45 Received of Benjamin R. Hulse Cash in Silver $14.00, which amount he has the privilege of receiving back in such property as he needs when he has worked up the same for the benefit of the Temple—on his tithing
 
May 10 Wm. Hickenlooper has lent $38.00 which is to be returned within one week— Returned
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