Indian Relations in Texas

Trading House No. 1 Invoice of Goods, July 10, 1845

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Trading House No. 1 Invoice of Goods, July 1845

Amount Brot. over 272.14 1/4

1/2 Doz. Bridle Bitts

 

@ 42c.

2.52

6 " 5 in Butcher Knives

 

" 160

9.60

2 " 6 " " "

 

" 3.85

7.70

1 " 7 " " "

 

 

4.55

3/12" 6 " " "

 

" 3.85

2.88

1 " Pit Saw files

 

 

1.68

1 " Hand saw "

 

" 118c.

2.36

3 M Brass Tacks

 

" 84

2.52

9 Papers 6 oz. "

 

" 6 1/2

58

2 " 14 "

 

9c

18

3 " 10 "

 

7"

21

3 " 12 "

 

8 1/2"

25

3 " 8 "

 

7 1/2"

23

4 " 4"

 

5 3/4

23

2 doz Fire Steels

 

170

3.40

10 lbs. Vermilion

 

208

20.80

1 Millsaw file

 

 

37

10 Cotton Hdfs

 

14c

1.40

1 Piece Blue Cloth 20 1/2 yards

 

" 144

29.52

2 doz. Pair shoes

 

" 14.50

29.00

4 frying Pans

 

35

1.40

1/2 doz. Worsted Sircingles

 

 

4.50

1 " Cotton "

 

 

6.00

6 Sets Bridle fillings

 

1.19

7.14

9 Tin Boilers

 

4/.

4.50

14 " 2b. Cups

 

15c

2.10

 

 

 

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$417.76 1/4

 

 

 

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Trading House No. 1 Invoice of Goods, July 10, 1845. Texas Indian Papers, Volume 2, #243, Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.

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