|Object Name||Note, Promissory|
|Title||Draft of a Promissory Note, Issued by John Horsman, Hardware Merchant|
|Year Range from||1864|
|Year Range to||1864|
Draft of a Promissory Note, printed on off-white paper in grey/black ink.
Issued to John Horsman, Hardware Merchant, at the Ontario Bank for the amount of $34.84. Due date is written in as "January 20th, 1864" and should be January 20th, 1865."
It is dated : "Guelph, September 17th, 1864," and reads: "Four months after date I promise to pay to the Order of John Horsman at the Ontario Bank - here- Thirty four dollars and 84 cents for Value received." The signature of Edward Thomas has been cut off and written in pencil to the right of that space.
The printer's name is printed in grey ink under Edward Thomas' signature: "W.C. Chewitt & Co. Lith. Toronto."
On the back of the promissory note is John Horsman's signature in pencil which has been crossed out in pencil.
There is a red two cent Canada postage stamp placed under the word "Draft". "Sept. 17th, 1864." is written in pencil on top of the stamp.
COMMERCIAL - HARDWARE
COMMERCIAL - BANKS
|Dimensions||23 cm x 9.25 cm; L X W|