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Treasury second bill of exchange payable at thirty days to Deputy Assistant Commissary General Woolrabe, signed by A. Moodie at Hobart Town, 23 December 1835 [manuscript]
Bib ID 1188857
Format ManuscriptManuscript, OnlineOnline
Author
Moodie, A
 
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Access Conditions Available for research. Not for loan. 
Description 1835 
1 leaf : 190 x 148 mm. 
Summary

Treasury second bill of exchange at one and a half percent premium British silver, payable at thirty days sight for £50 sterling to Deputy Assistant Commissary General John Woolrabe, drawn on the Lords of the Treasury, Whitehall, London and signed by A. Moodie, Hobart Town, Van Diemen’s Land, 23 December 1835. No. 6128. A. Moodie was Assistant Commissary General. Endorsed ‘Woolrabe D.A.C.G’ on reverse.

Notes

Manuscript reference no.: MS 1744.

Also available online http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-254581427

Subjects Moodie, A. -- Archives.  |  Woolrabe, John -- Archives.  |  Bills of exchange -- Tasmania -- Hobart.

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