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    Revolutionary War - Lot of Approximately 100 Connecticut Pay Receipts. An amazing and historical archive of 1780-1783 era partly-printed and manuscript Documents Signed, many of which are receipts and orders for payment from the Pay-Table Committee in Hartford. The Pay Table, a rotating committee of four active during the Revolutionary War period, handled the military finances for the colony of Connecticut. This group of documents will include signatures of various notables such as Fenn Wadsworth, William Moseley, John Lawrence, Eleazar Wales, Oliver Wolcott Jr., Ralph Pomeroy, and Sam Wyllys as well as many war heroes from the period. A treasure trove for the collector or dealer. Most documents are 8vo or smaller and are generally in very good condition.

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    Auction Dates
    October, 2007
    25th-26th Thursday-Friday
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