Business correspondence and accounts dated 1831 to 1883. Including:
*(47) invoices for goods sent from London By Thomas Cotton, including desks, work boxes, watch springs, Robert Braggs' account for and note about guns, shingle nails from William Peacock, W. Naylor's printing inks and varnishes for sale, proceeds of sale of Dr. Story's house to pay Lowe & Johnson, and also note about grass seeds, paint, wharfage etc, and letter from William Allen (1835) that dead cows might have been poisoned by a fungus in damp grass, suggests feeding on lucerne, clover, rye etc. (1831-1836, 11 papers);
*(48-65) bill for gun (1837); payment note: R.Wells (1842}, John Allen (1843); notes of produce sent, clothing; Francis Smith, Attorney General's Office 19 July 59: liability for road rates owed by former owner; payment note: boots David Hynes (1863); letter (signature missing): Haynes claim for debt v. G. Cotton (1871); E. Theobald, London: sent two telecopes and catalogue, Greenwich changed (1880); William Smith: apples, skins sold, wheat market low, wheel for repair (31.5.1882); A.C. Douglas, General Post Office: under paid letters or packets between U.K. and Tasmania (7.11.82, 15.11.82); A.W. Smith, Swansea: postage stamps (23.12.82); letters: bank: cheques received, shares, W. Crosby: freight, wool bales, bottle of medicine from Messrs Newell (1882-3).