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A statement of eight pounds, eight shillings, and ten pence owed to Mr. Amherst Bartlett by the Connecticut Treasury office. Signed by Connecticut state treasurer, Peter Colt.
Numb. 12743 State of Connecticut Treasury-Office, June 1, A.D. 1782. The State of Connecticut doth owe unto Mr Amherst Bartlett sum of Eight pounds Eight shillings and ten pence Being one fourth Part of the Balance found due to him, which Sum shall be paid to him or his Order at this Office, in Gold or Silver, on or before the first Day of June, A.D. One Thousand Seven Hundred and Eighty Eight with Lawful Interest thereof; which Interest shall be paid unto him or his Order annually, at the same Place, on the first Day of June, if demanded, pursuant to an Act of the General Assembly held at Hartford, the second Thursday of May last. Peter Colt, Treasurer
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Connecticut, Treasury, Peter Colt, Amherst Barlett, 1 June 1782, 1782, Act of General Assembly, Hartford
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