Receipts (financial records)
Found in 16 Collections and/or Records:
This collection contains two tax receipts issued to Charles D. Atkins for taxes paid on one enslaved person and land property. Payment is received by James L. Robinson, Sheriff of Orange County, Virginia, and James R. Bell, Constable. There is no name listed on either receipt for the enslaved person.
The collection contains papers related to the cargo ship Bark Lorena from Stockton, Maine, which carried goods to and from Europe and Cuba.
This collection contains the memorandum of an agreement between General John B. Floyd and Thomas J. Leaford of Fayette County, Virginia (now part of West Virginia), for $598.03 for damages to Alfred Beckley's mill. Leaford is also instructed to obtain a deed of trust from Beckley to the Confederate States of America.
Freight receipt to Col. Preston for goods sent to Salem, from the Virginia and Tennessee Railroad Co., Christiansburg Depot, November 8, 1863 (Ms1992-003)
Freight Receipt, Virginia and Tennessee Railroad Co, Christiansburg Depot, November 1, 1862 (Ms1992-003)
This collection contains a soldier's benefit receipt paid to Mrs. Margaret Leslie of Wythe County, Virginia, on May 11, 1863, for supplies furnished to James Leslie, a soldier in the 45th Virginia Regiment of the Confederate Army during the American Civil War.
The collection consists of coastal trade bills and freight receipts, most engraved with vignettes of sailing ships. Items includes names port from which ship sailed, the name of the ship, the consignor, goods consigned, and the port to which goods were bound.