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Scope/Content: Manuscript in interleaved pages of printed book. Scope/Content: Manuscript accounts inscribed on the blank leaves of an interleaved copy of The ladies diary (London: J. Wilde, 1710). Apparently kept by Alex. Taylor, whose name appears in a similar and contemporary hand on the front inner board, most transactions are outgoing payments to a variety of people. Some purchases recorded in more detail are for barley, hay, and the purchase of a horse; some transactions also record town names, which include Brailsford, Shirley, Hulland, and Bradley (all in Derbyshire). Other notations mention trips taken to Derby and London. Condition: Bound in contemporary calf, with a wallet tuck; "1710" inscribed in ink on cover.
Account books--England--18th century.
, 11,  pages, bound; 16 cm
AY751 .L15 1710 *
Alex Taylor inscribed on front inner board; "1710" inscribed in ink on cover.
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