Collecting taxes in New Hampshire as the Federal Constitution was being debated, as recorded in a ledger, filled with notations of taxes to be collected in Dublin, New Hampshire, in 1787

Dublin, NH: 1787. 12mo. (12) pp. Manuscript ledger of taxes to be collected, noted on the final page "To Joseph Greenwood Collector the within list is a tax for you to Collect and pay to the State Treasurer agreeable to the execution of your warrant, the first column amounting to fifty one pounds three shillings, the second column amounting to thirty seven pounds, seventeen, and two pence, the third column amounting to sixteen pounds, four shillings, and five pence, the left column amounting to eleven pounds, eight shillings, one pence. Dublin, [New Hampshire], June 8, 1787, Reuben Morse, John Morse, Benj. Learned, Select Men." Very good. Contemporary leather ledger. (#4299). Item #57277

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