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Record 14 of 43
System Number: 08946
Date: November 1878
Author: A. Lasenby Liberty and Co.
Repository: Library of Congress
Call Number: Manuscript Division, Pennell-Whistler Collection, PWC
Document Type: MsD
7, ARGYLL STREET, W.
[engraving of a flying stork]
JAPANESE, CHINESE & INDIAN WAREHOUSE,
218, REGENT STREET AND
42 & 43, KING STREET,
[printed in scroll on right:] DIRECT CORRESPONDENTS IN PERSIA, INDIA, CHINA AND JAPAN.
A. LASENBY LIBERTY & CO.
|James A Whistler Esqr||November 1878|
|1878 May 7||To acceptance due|
|May 4th returned||26||4||10|
|June 5||To acceptance due|
|June 4th returned||26||7|
|Aug 7||To acceptance due|
|August 4th returned||29||7||9|
|19||6 yds Yellow Stripe Matting 1/9||10||6|
|6 yds White Matting 1/9||10||6|
|Making up above and|
|fitting old Matting to|
|June 4||By Note||88||1|
|NETT CASH - ON OR BEFORE DELIVERY||£[illegible]|
This bill came with his bankruptcy papers to James Anderson Rose (1819-1890), solicitor [more]. It was not paid, and was presented again at Christmas 1878 (#08962). JW was declared bankrupt on 6 May 1879.
JW had just moved into the White House in Tite Street, although the interior was still unfinished.