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    [Robert Morris]. A Receipt for Pork & Beef for the Continental Army. One page, 8.25" x 6.5", docketed on the verso, June 3, 1782. A receipt for 120 barrels of pork, and seventy barrels of beef, for the price of three and four pounds per barrel, respectively, to be paid for by financier and Founding father of the US, Robert Morris.
    Condition: Smoothed folds, chipped edges, with two small pencil notations on the recto, scattered foxing, and areas of heavy toning at the folds and one edge.


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    April, 2016
    5th Tuesday
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