3 edition of State of the accounts of Samuel Cunningham, Esq. late collector of excise for Chester County. found in the catalog.
State of the accounts of Samuel Cunningham, Esq. late collector of excise for Chester County.
by Printed by F. Bailey, at Yorick"s Head, in Market Street. in Philadelphia
Written in English
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 18699.|
|Contributions||Cunningham, Samuel, 1731 or 2?-1806., Pennsylvania. Comptroller-General"s Office.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||6,  p.|
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late collector of excise for Chester County.: From Augto Nov. 7,and until he ceased to act as collector.: In which is exhibited, the amount of the monies received and accounted for: also, lists shewing the names of the persons from whom excise became due, and was received: likewise, the payments State of the accounts of James Pettigrew, Esq.
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