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57. Interest, Discount Insurance, Annuities, Coins, Currencies, &c., are treated in nearly all our School Arithmetics, and to them we would refer the Student; some forms, however, we have thought necessary to insert as exercises for practice.

SET OF EXCHANGE.

New York, Sept. 10, 1851. Exchange for £10,000.

Ten Days after sight of this Frist of Exchange, ( our Second and Third unpaid) pay to the order of Peyton & Co., Ten thcusand pounds sterling, value teceived, and charge the same without further advice, to

Bronson Milman & Co. To Johnson f Co. Liverpool

New York, Sept. 10,1851. Exchange for £10,000.

Ten Days after sight of this Second of Exchange, ( First and Third unpaid) pay to the order of Peyton & Co., Ten thousand pounds sterling, value received, and charge the same without further advice, to

Bronson Milman & Co. To Johnson & Co.

Leverpool.

New York, Sept. 10, 1851.

. Exchange for £ 10,000.

Ten Days after sight of this Third of Exchange, (First and Second unpaid) par to the order of Peyton of Co., Ten thousand pounds sterling, value received, and charge the same without further advice, lo

Bronson Milman & Co. To Johnson fi Co.

Liverpool.

ORDINARY DRAFTS.

$3,000. New York, Oct. 20, 1851.

Thirty days after sight pay to the order of Brown fi Co, Three thousand dollars, value received, and charge the same to the account of To Henry Brown, Bronson Milman & Co.

Cincinnali.

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$375. New York, Oct. 10, 1851.

At sight pay to the order of Wm. Page Three hundred and seventy five dollars, value received, and charge the same to the account To Williams g Co. Bronson Milman ğ Co.

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$500 New York, June 10, 1851.

. Sixty days after date, pray to the order of J. L. Jackson, Five hundred dollars, value received, and charge the same to the account ,

of To Wm Richards, Bronson, Milman & Co.

Drooklyn

New York.

CHECK.

$350. New York, Oct. 5, 1851.

The Cashier of the North River Bank, pay to Henry Wilson or order, Three hundred and fifty dollars.

Bronson, Milman & Co.

NEGOTIABLE NOTES.

8360. New York, June 6, 1851.

On demand, We promise to pay to the order of Henry Davis, Three hundred and sixty dollars, value received.

Bronson, Milman & Co. $1000. New York, Jan. 5, 1851.

Sixty days after date, We promise to pay to Sra James or bearer, One thousand dollars, value received. Bronson, Milman & Co.

$764.50 New York, Feb. 10,1851.

Three months after date, I promise to pay Wm. Haynes of order

, Seven hundred and sixty four in dollars, value received.

Richard Bower.

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$800.

Oswego, Sept. 6,1851. Four months after date, for value received, I promise to pay to Erastus Dexter cx order, Eight hundred dollars in Hemloch Lumber, sawed and delivered, at the current price.

Howard Bronson.

$900. New York, Oct. 10, 1851.

Three months after date, for value received, I promise ts pay Thomas Brown or order, Seven hundred dollars at the Mechanics Bank.

Howard Bronson.

300. New York, April 4, 1851. Three months after date

, I posmise to pay to Henry Giles o order, Three hundred dollars with interest, value received.

Howard Bronson.

$600. New York, July 3,1851.

. Thirty days after date, I promise to pay to James Henry, Trix hundred dollars, value

ecceived.

Howard Bronson.

FORM CF A PROTEST.

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$3000. New York, Nov. 8, 1851.

Phase to take notice, that a promissory Note for Three thousand dollars, made by Edward Brown, Oct. 4, 1851, and endorsed by you. having been duly presented and payment thereof demanded, which was refused, is therefore protested for non-payment, and that the holders lock to

you for payment, interest, costs, and damages.

Jonathan Price,

Notary Pullic. To Franklin Hayes

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ORDERS.

New York, Sep. 3, 1851. James Henry, Esq.

Please pay to William Smith or coder, , Three hundred dollars, and charge the same ti

Bronson, Milman & Co.

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