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[[4 columned table]] | --- | --- | --- | --- | | Feb. 4.1842. | [[Roeehi?]] | paid him francesconi for a small statue of a cupid after Morwah Ave. Sold to Mr. Homer. | 108.2. | | 5. | Granger. | wrote to him about his bust. | | | 5. | Formatory. | paid him 4 -5 Pablos for week and plaiter. | | | 7. | Reilly | - wrote to him about Benard coming here &c. | | | 8" | Formatori | advance him 7 francesconi | | | 9. | Renugio. | give Renngio 24 francesconi for the hands of Pauls little son daughter, not indebted to him for any thing else, now at work on the bust of Parish on which nothing has yet been paid. | | | 13 | [[Tengwerther?]] | Wrote to him about Kellogg and about the Ideal Bust. Vito viti &c. | | | 13 | Fenzi | Forward one hundred francesconi | $100 | | 13 | [[Grantflo.?]] | Enclosed a letter from Kellogg to his Father to their care. | | | 13 | [[Tantaranthe.?]] | paid him up to this date (Saturday) | $.30 | | 15 | Geo W. Wales. | wrote to him about a cast of Eve for the Boston atheneum requested by T.P. Davis - said cost would not exceed actual expenses, would write to Mr. Davis after making casts of it &c &c | | | 15 | Remigio | finished his work on the bust of Mr. Parish and bust of Parish commenced on that of Mr. Everett. | | | 21st | Parker | wrote to him in Naples for money. Told him his bust was block'd out - spotless would be done, soon as possible.
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The Paolo or Paulo was a pontifical coin; this name was given to the giulio by 2 grossi &c is the precursor to our "etc."
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