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 417.76 1/4

2 doz: Pint Cups

 

@ 71.

1.75

1/2 " 1/2 "

 

" 4/.

25

1 Sack coffee

 

163 lb at 10c

16.30

1 Box Sugar

319"

" 7 1/2

29.23

4 Kegs Powder

 

" 6.16

24.64

2 " Lead

420"

" 6 1/4

26.25

1 Box Tobacco

160"

" 15

24.00

1 " "

125"

" 22

27.50

1/2 M Gun flints

 

" 2.85 pm.

1.42

3 Sacks Salt

 

2.50

7.50

2 Kegs Nails

 

" 8.00

16.00

1 " Pepper

25 lbs.

" 17

3.25

26 lbs. Brass Wire

 

" 53

13.78

2 doz Tin Plates

 

"200

4.00

1 Brl. Flour

 

 

7.75

48 lbs Soap

Box 4/

" 7c.

3.86

6 Balls Twine

 

" 1/.

.75

 

 

 

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$625.99 1/4

 

 

 

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Republic of Texas
County of Robertson

Personally Appeared before me. E.L.R. Wheelock
Indian Agent duly commissioned and sworn
Isaac C Spence Esqr the legitimate partner and
agent of Mathias Travis the Commissioned
Indian Trader of Post No. 1 on the Trinity who
being duly sworn by me as aforesaid declares

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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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