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Porter and Rodgers were American naval officers noted for, among other things, their service in the War of 1812. In this note, David Porter promises to pay John Rodgers $700, sixty days after March 6, 1821.
Washington March 6th 1821 $700 -- Sixty days after date I promise to pay to Jno Rodgers an order for your review, at the office of Division & Dispatch Seven Hundred Dollars D. Porter
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Office of Division and Dispatch, David Porter, John Rodgers, Washington, March 6 1821, 1821, $700, promissory note, promise, payment
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Porter, David, "David Porter promise to pay John Rodgers $700 sixty days after March 6, 1821." (1821). Broadus R. Littlejohn, Jr. Manuscript and Ephemera Collection. 183.
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