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[[preprinted]]176[[/preprinted]] [[red checkmark]] August. 5th 1890 [[margin]]#249[[/margin]] New York Office ship to C. Feigenspan Freeman St. Brewery Newark N.J. steamer. [[right margin]]56[[/right margin]] 1 - No 2 Time Part Tower Clock with 4 sectional dials, each 8ft. dia. set up, we do no carpenters work. for $850.00 (same price as quoted by Thomas on their #7 with sectional dials) 'Brewery' [[margin]] Sept. 17 [[/margin]] [[diagonal line through this entry, crossing from upper left to lower right]] [[line across page]] August 1/6 '1890 William Senter & Co 51 Exchange St. Portland. Me. 1 No 20. Movement, fitted to hands sent. complete ready for case. dial is 3/4" thick. charge .25 ex. paid. [[margin]] Aug 7 [[/margin]] [[diagonal line through this entry, crossing from upper left to lower right]] [[line across page]] Aug. 6/7. 1890 [[margin]]#257[[/margin]] New York Office Ship to G. W. Russell Philadelphia Penna. R.R or Stmr. 1 No 20 Clock 24in. wanted in a rush Em. [[diagonal line through this entry, crossing from lower left to upper right]] [[written on diagonal]] countermanded Aug. 12. 1890. [[/written on diagonal]]
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