Itemized Schooner Account for the Brig Lady Hope to John Binney
AuthorCaptain Isaac Kelley
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SubjectPort Charges; Commission on freight; Freight to St. Petersburgh; Advertising in the Daily Advertiser; Roll Equipage Blanks; Lovan Pilotage; A. Kelly Portage; Sundry Portages; Collecting draft on Bullard & Barret; Lombard & Wittemor; Job Chase Jr.; Balance of the Lady Hope; Captain I. Kelly; S. Eldredge; Job Chase; Net sales; Remitted sterling; Baring Brothers & Co of London; Lady Hope sales; Bremen; House London; George G. Prentice
AbstractItemized schooner account for the Lady Hope, mastered by Captain Isaac Kelley, to John Binney
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