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    William Clark Autograph Document Signed "Wm Clark ", one page, 7.75" x 6.75", front and verso, 26 April 1814, [St. Louis], in ink. In full, "Provision Return for eighty-three men of Capt Yeiser's company now in service of the United States for one day commencing the 26th April & ending same day. No men 83 No days 1 rations p. day 1/2 No rations 124 ½ The Contractor will issue one hundred & twenty-four & a half complete rations agreeable to the above return 26th April 1814 ", twice cosigned by " F. Yeiser". On verso is penned, "No 17th" and"26th Apl". The document is a receipt for Captain Yeiser to provide men and supplies for one day to William Clark. Evenly toned with a few stray stains on verso, very heavily inked resulting in a few smears, else fine condition.

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