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Creator:
Hore's Wharf (London, England), creator.
Title(s):

[Receipt for three boxes of tea to be shipped on board the Union]

Published/Created:
London : Hore's Wharf, 1835.
[London] : W. Morrison, printer and stationer, 23, Fenchurch Street, [not after 1835]
Physical Description:
1 sheet ; 13 x 22 cm
Holdings:
Rare Books and Manuscripts
Eph Fo 31
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Copyright Status:
Copyright Information
Classification:
Archives & Manuscripts
Notes:
On verso: "Receipt of Mas. Hore, London, 5 Septr. 1835."
Completed in pen and black ink.
Transcription, with manuscript text noted in square brackets: "Hore's Wharf. Below the Hermitage Bridge, London. [5 Septr. 1835] Received, to be shipped on board the Union or any other of the company's smacks, [Joiner (?), Master] for [Bank] as under, which shall be delivered safe at []; breakage of glass, looking glasses, China, &c. fire, and all and every the dangers and accidents of the seas and navigation, of whatever nature or kind excepted. [GA Bank, three boxes of tea]. Received wharfage and sufferance, & [1] s. [3] d. For the master, Colin W. Callum. This receipt to be in force three months, and no longer."
Subject Terms:
Beverages -- Great Britain.
Callum, Colin W.
Food -- Great Britain.
Hore's Wharf (London, England)
Shipping -- Great Britain.
Stowage -- Great Britain.
Tea -- Great Britain.
Tea trade -- Great Britain.
Wharves -- England -- London.
Form/Genre:
Blank forms.
Ephemera.
Contributors:
Morrison, William, (Printer), printer.
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