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Title:[Promissory note] 1823 Aug. [to] The bank of Tennessee / [signed by] James K. Polk et. al.: a machine readable transcription of an image
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Date: August 1823
Extent: 1p
Summary:This document is a promissory note signed by James K. Polk, William Parr, and George Johnston in August 1823. The document shows that these men have promised to repay $100 to the bank of Tennessee eighty eight days after this note was signed.
Collection:Goodman Collection
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Document:mp007
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Eighty eight days after date we promise to pay to the bank of the state of Tennessee or order the sum of One Hundred dollars at the agency of Maury County for Value Received. Witness our hands and seals this [gap] day of August 1823

William Parr

seal
George Johnston
seal
James K. Polk
seal



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