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Papers, 1806-1862.

Author: Ashhurst family.
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Consists of bills, receipts, and letters relating to personal and business purchases made by members of the Ashhurst family, including Richard Ashhurst (1784-1861), John Ashhurst (1809-1892), William Ashhurst, and representatives of Richard Ashhurst & Sons. Featured are carpets bought from William Lapsley; a diamond chain and silver pin from Anthony Rasch; printed muslims, cambric, and handkerchiefs from John  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Receipts
Bills of sale
Named Person: Richard Ashhurst; John Ashhurst; William Ashhurst; John Hewson; Anthony Rasch; Thomas Fletcher; Henry Stevens; George W Dun
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Archival Material, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Ashhurst family.
OCLC Number: 84666227
Description: ca.150 items.

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Consists of bills, receipts, and letters relating to personal and business purchases made by members of the Ashhurst family, including Richard Ashhurst (1784-1861), John Ashhurst (1809-1892), William Ashhurst, and representatives of Richard Ashhurst & Sons. Featured are carpets bought from William Lapsley; a diamond chain and silver pin from Anthony Rasch; printed muslims, cambric, and handkerchiefs from John Hewson, silver from Fletcher & Gardiner, a lamp from Thomas Fletcher, and hanging lamps from John Leadbeater & Sons. In addition, such items as corsets, painted fans, shoes, boots, hats, tea trays, and candles are mentioned. Accounts with dressmakers and tailors are also included. The letters to Richard Ashhurst & Sons mostly concern the market for textile fabrics.

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