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Elihu Harrison papers, 1812-1848 | Litchfield Historical Society

By Lee S. Cook

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Title: Elihu Harrison papers, 1812-1848Add to your cart.

Extent: 7.0 Linear Feet

Arrangement: The papers are arranged into 3 series: Series 1: Business papers; Series 2: Personal and family papers; Series 3: Miscellaneous. . Within Series 1 are sub-series: 1) Wholesale merchants; 2) Bills & receipts; 3) Promissory notes; 4) Accounts; 5) Orders; 6) Business letters.

Date Acquired: 03/23/1953

Subjects: Cider industry - Connecticut - Litchfield, Distilling industries - Connecticut - Litchfield, Dry goods stores - Connecticut - Litchfield

Forms of Material: Account books, Accounts, Billheads, Cashbooks, Daybooks, Merchandise inventories

Languages: English

Scope and Contents of the Materials

The papers of Elihu Harrison (1797-1855) consist primarily of his business papers including bills, accounts, receipts, and orders. Elihu Harrison was a storekeeper and business man in Litchfield, first in the South Farms section (now the town of Morris) and later, about 1825, in the center of Litchfield. From the goods he purchased from wholesale merchants in New Haven and New York, it is evident that he ran a general store, selling a variety of dry goods, hardware, and groceries. The business continued in Litchfield until 1836.

  Elihu Harrison was born in the South Farms section of Litchfield in 1797 and died in Stamford in 1855. He was active in town government and organizations, including serving as Town Clerk from 1826-1836, State Representative in 1832 and 1835, a Justice of the Peace, and secretary fo the Litchfield Female Academy from 1835-1836, and served as a Director of the Phoenix Branch Bank and Litchfield Mutual Fire Insurance Co.

  The Harrisons were early settlers in South Farms. Elihu's grandfather, also Elihu who died in 1806, ran a tavern in what is now East Morris. Daniel (1770-1811), son of the first Elihu,  and Abigail (Goodwin) Harrison were Elihu's parents.

Subject/Index Terms

Cider industry - Connecticut - Litchfield
Distilling industries - Connecticut - Litchfield
Dry goods stores - Connecticut - Litchfield

Administrative Information

Repository: Litchfield Historical Society

Access Restrictions: This collection is open for research.

Acquisition Source: Mrs. James P. Woodruff

Processing Information: This collection is still being processed.  There are some item level descriptions in the card catalog for Letters and Miscellaneous.

Other Note: This collection was processed with support from the Council on Library and Information Resources (CLIR).


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Series 1: Business papers, 1812-1848Add to your cart.
Sub-Series 1: Wholesale merchants, 1819-1836Add to your cart.
This sub-series consists primarily of bills, receipts and correspondence between wholesale merchants in New Haven, New York, and Litchfield and Elihu Harrison in Litchfield. The latter purchased goods from the wholesale merchants to resell in his store. The folders are for individual merchants for whom there are multiple items. There are also a few folders for business related firms such as the Post Office and shipping companies. The folders are arranged alphabetically by the name of the merchant.
Folder 1: Beach and Parmelee, 1825-1826Add to your cart.
Business records including bills, receipts, and letters from Beach and Parmelee in Goshen/East Goshen, Connecticut to the firm of Harrison and Parmelee in Litchfield, Connecticut. Items purchased by the latter include cotton batting, candlewick & candles,& cheese tubs.
Folder 2: Beckley, Silas, 1829-1833Add to your cart.
Correspondence from Silas Beckley in Canaan, Connecticut to Elihu Harrison in Litchfield concerning availability and purchases of lumber.
Folder 3: Bishop, Stephen, 1832-1835Add to your cart.
Bills and receipts from Stephen Bishop of New Haven to Elihu Harrison of Litchfield. Items purchased by the latter include candles, oil, and nails.
Folder 4: Bishop, T & S, 1822-1823Add to your cart.
Bills, receipts and correspondence between T. & S. BIshop of New Haven, Connecticut and Elihu Harrison, merchant, in Litchfield. Harrison's purchases included rum and other liquors, molasses, snuff, writing paper, salt & nails. He paid with cash and butter.
Folder 5: Bishop, T & S, 1824Add to your cart.
Bills, receipts and correspondence between T. & S. Bishop in New Haven, Conn. and Elihu Harrison in Litchfield. Harrison's purchases included liquors, sugar, codfish, tobacco, indigo, etc. He paid the Bishops with cash, butter, cheese, flax seed, and oats.
Folder 6: Bishop, T & S, 1825-1826Add to your cart.
New Haven, Conn.
Folder 7: Bishop, T & S, 1827-1829Add to your cart.
New Haven, Conn.
Folder 8: Bishop, T & S, 1830-1832Add to your cart.
New Haven, Conn.
Folder 9: Booraem & Co., 1822-1830Add to your cart.
Folder 10: Bostwick & Peet, 1825-1827Add to your cart.
Bills, receipts and business correspondence between Bostwick & Peet in New York and Harrison and Parmelee, later Elihu Harrison. Goods purchased by the latter include gloves, combs, handkerchiefs, lace, fabrics and notions.
Sub-Folder 1: Bostwick & Peet, 1825-1826Add to your cart.
Sub-Folder 2: Bostwick & Peet, 1827Add to your cart.
Folder 11: Bostwick & Peet, 1828-1829Add to your cart.
Bills,  receipts & correspondence from Bostwick & Peet at 205 Pearl Street,  New York to Elihu Harrison in Litchfield. Goods purchased by the latter include fabrics and sewing notions.
Sub-Folder 1: Bostwick & Peet, 1828Add to your cart.
Sub-Folder 2: Bostwick & Peet, 1829Add to your cart.
Folder 12: Bostwick & Peet, 1830-1831Add to your cart.
Bills, receipts and correspondence from Bostwick & Peet at 205 Pearl Street, New York City to Elihu Harrison in Litchfield. Goods purchased by Harrison include fabrics, shawls, gloves, and notions.
Sub-Folder 1: Bostwick & Peet, 1830Add to your cart.
Sub-Folder 2: Bostwick & Peet, 1831Add to your cart.
Folder 13: Bostwick & Peet, 1832-1833Add to your cart.
Bills, receipts and correspondence from Bostwick & Peet in New York City to Elihu Harrison for fabrics, gloves, handkerchiefs, etc. Goods purchased in April 1832 totaled $466.73.
Folder 14: Boyd & Thayer, 1828-1831Add to your cart.
Three printed receipts dated in Litchfield from Boyd & Thayer to Elihu Harrison for grass scythes (stamped W. Thayer). Harrison promised to pay $11.00 per dozen for scythes sold and return those that are unsold. Boyd & Thayer was formed by James Boyd and Wheelock Thayer in Winsted, Connecticut and became the Thayer Scythe Co. in 1867.
Folder 15: Theodore F. Brett & Co., 1827-1832Add to your cart.
Bills from Theodore F. Brett (& Co.) at 211 Pearl Street, New York City, to Elihu Harrison. The billheads from 1827 advertise that Brett sold "Matteawan, Glenham and other celebrated American goods, yarn, wick and batts" and in 1829: "American cotton and woollen goods, from celebrated factories, yarn, candlewick, and batting." On the 1832 bill the firm's name changed to Theo. F. Brett & Doremus.
Sub-Folder 1: Theodore F. Brett & Co., 1827-1829Add to your cart.
Sub-Folder 2: Theodore F. Brett & Co., 1830-1832Add to your cart.
Folder 16: Candee, Dean & Cutler, 1826Add to your cart.
Three bills and a receipt from Candee, Dean & Cutler in New Haven, Connecticut to Harrison & Parnalee for goods including fabrics.
Folder 17: Chatfield & Bishop, 1819-1820Add to your cart.
Bills, receipts and correspondence from Chatfield & Bishop in New Have, Connecticut and Elihu Harrison, merchant, Litchfield. Much of the correspondence concerns Harrison's bartering butter and cheese in exchange for rum
Sub-Folder 1: Chatfield and Bishop, 1819Add to your cart.
Sub-Folder 2: Chatfield and Bishop, 1820Add to your cart.
Folder 18: Chatfield & Bishop, 1821-1827Add to your cart.
Bills, receipts and correspondence from Chatfield and Bishop in New Haven, Conn. to Elihu Harrison in Litchfield. Some of the correspondence is in regards to the shipment of butter by Harrison in exchange for groceries.
Sub-Folder 1: Chatfield and Bishop, 1821Add to your cart.
Sub-Folder 2: Chatfield and Bishop, 1827; undatedAdd to your cart.

Two bills for codfish & sugar purchased by Elihu Harrison. Also a letter from Chatfield & Bishop dated April 12, 1827 requesting Harrison to collect $20.00 due to them by Lemuel Palmer. The names in  the company  are Leman Chatfield & Elias B. Bishop.

Two undated letters from Chatfield & Bishop to Elihu Harrison regarding merchandise.

Folder 19: Chesebrough & Van Allen, 1820-1835Add to your cart.
Bills, receipts and correspondence from Chesebrough & Van Alen in New York City to Elihu Harrison in Litchfield for goods puchased, primarily fabrics.
Sub-Folder 1: Chesebrough & Van Alen, 1820-1822Add to your cart.
Sub-Folder 2: Chesebrough & Van Alen, 1823-1825Add to your cart.
Sub-Folder 3: Chesebrough & Van Alen, 1826-1835Add to your cart.
Folder 20: Chottin, Francis, 1828-1829Add to your cart.
Three bills on printed billheads from Francis Chottin of No. 201 Pearl Street, New York, to Elihu Harrison of Litchfield. Receipt of payment was indicated on all three bills. The goods purchased were baskets.
Folder 21: Clark & Doubleday, 1832Add to your cart.
Two bills from Clark & Doubleday in New York to Elihu Harrison.
Item 1: Clark & Doubleday, 1832 Apr 14Add to your cart.
A bill of $82.42 to Mr. E. Harrison on account of E.A. Lord for goods bought of Clark & Doubleday. Goods include hardware - knives, shovels, horse combs, fish hooks - and some household items such as candlesticks and tea kettles.
Item 2: Clark & Doubleday, 1832 Oct 15Add to your cart.
Bill of $33.48 to E. Harrison for goods purchased including brushes, snuffers, spades, bellows, soap and candlesticks. Payment was received.
Folder 22: E.P. Clark & Co., 1828-1830Add to your cart.
Bills and receipts from E.P. Clark & Co. of New York  to Elihu Harrison. Items purchased include fabrics and ribbon.
Sub-Folder 1: E.P. Clark & Co., 1828-1829Add to your cart.
Sub-Folder 2: E.P. Clark & Co., 1830Add to your cart.
Folder 23: Coley & Smith, 1825-1828Add to your cart.
Bills and receipts from Coley & Smith in New Haven, Conn. to Harrison & Parmelee (1825-1826) and Elihu Harrison (1827-1828). Most items would be categorized as hardware such as brushes, cast iron dogs, knives, files, kettles,and locks.
Sub-Folder 1: Coley & Smith, 1825-1826Add to your cart.
Sub-Folder 2: Coley & Smith, 1827Add to your cart.
Sub-Folder 3: Coley & Smith, 1828Add to your cart.
Folder 24: Coley & Smith, 1829-1832Add to your cart.
Bills, receipts and letters from Coley & Smith in New Haven, Conn. to Elihu Harrison.  Purchased items include files, knives, brushes, wire, shovels, iron, kettles, and locks.
Sub-Folder 1: Coley & Smith, 1829Add to your cart.
Sub-Folder 2: Coley & Smith, 1830Add to your cart.
Bills, receipts & a letter from Coley & Smith to Elihu Harrison. Bills dated Oct. & Dec. 1830 are on a printed billhead: Coley & Smith, 110 Chapel Street, New Haven and list the firm as importers of hardware, cutlery, sadlery, cabinet & carriage makers" trimmings, tools, also Iron and Steel. Jonathan H. Coley and William M. Smith.
Sub-Folder 3: Coley & Smith, 1831Add to your cart.
Sub-Folder 4: Coley & Smith, 1832-1833Add to your cart.
Folder 25: De Groot, Henry, 1825-1832Add to your cart.
Bills from Henry De Groot of New York to Harrison & Parmelee [1825-1826] and Elihu Harrison [1827-1832]. On his printed billheads De Groot lists that he is a wholesale dealer in French, English & India silk goods, hosiery, kid & beaver gloves, and a general assortment of fashionable ribbons, millenary, trimmings, etc. The largest bill was for $24.98.
Folder 26: Downer & Co., 1829-1831Add to your cart.
Bills and receipts from Downer & Co. of New York to Elihu Harrison. Items purchased include fabrics, buttons, ribbon, braid, and shawls.
Folder 27: Downer & Crumby, 1825-1828Add to your cart.
Bills and receipts from Downer & Crumby in New York to Harrison & Parmelee [1825-1826] and Elihu Harrison [1827-1828] for merchandise including ribbon, gloves,  lace, fabric, and buttons.
Sub-Folder 1: Downer & Crumby, 1825-1826Add to your cart.
Sub-Folder 2: Downer & Crumby, 1827-1828Add to your cart.
Folder 28: Durrie & Peck, 1823-1833Add to your cart.
Bills, receipts and letters from Durrie & Peck of New Haven, Conn. to Elihu Harrison in Litchfield, South Farms. Items supplied to Harrison included lottery tickets, books, quills, ink and other stationery items. Harrison paid in cash, flour, cheese, & butter.
Sub-Folder 1: Durrie & Peck, 1823-1824Add to your cart.
Sub-Folder 2: Durrie & Peck, 1825Add to your cart.
Sub-Folder 3: Durrie & Peck, 1826-1833Add to your cart.
Folder 29: Firth & Hall, 1826-1829Add to your cart.
Bills and receipts from Firth and Hall in New York to Elihu Harrison in Litchfield. Items purchased include musical instruments, especially violins, clarinets and flutes, and music books.
Sub-Folder 1: Firth & Hall, 1826-1827Add to your cart.
Sub-Folder 2: Firth & Hall, 1828-1829Add to your cart.
Folder 30: Firth & Hall, 1830-1835Add to your cart.
Bills, receipts, and letters from Firth and Hall, merchants in New York specializing in musical instruments to Elihu Harrison of Litchfield. In 1833, the firm name was Firth, Hall & Pond, and the following year again was Firth & Hall.
Sub-Folder 1: Firth & Hall, 1830-1831Add to your cart.
Sub-Folder 2: Firth & Hall, 1832Add to your cart.
Sub-Folder 3: Firth, Hall & Pond, 1833Add to your cart.
Sub-Folder 4: Firth & Hall, 1834-1835Add to your cart.
Folder 31: Goodwin, Oliver, 1828-1835Add to your cart.
Bills from Oliver Goodwin of Litchfield, Conn. to Elihu Harrison of Litchfield for paper, mostly writing and wrapping.
Sub-Folder 1: Goodwin, Oliver, 1828-1829Add to your cart.
Sub-Folder 2: Goodwin, Oliver, 1830-1831Add to your cart.
Sub-Folder 3: Goodwin, Oliver, 1832Add to your cart.
Sub-Folder 4: Goodwin, Oliver, 1833Add to your cart.
Sub-Folder 5: Goodwin, Oliver, 1834-1835Add to your cart.
Sub-Folder 1: Goodwin, Oliver, 1828-1830Add to your cart.
Sub-Folder 2: Goodwin, Oliver, 1831Add to your cart.
Sub-Folder 3: Goodwin, Oliver, 1832Add to your cart.
Sub-Folder 4: Goodwin, Oliver, 1833Add to your cart.
Sub-Folder 5: Goodwin, Oliver, 1834-1835Add to your cart.
Folder 32: Hawley & Tweedy, 1829-1830Add to your cart.
Bills and receipts from Hawley & Tweedy in New York to Elihu Harrison for merchandise purchased including fabrics, shawls, cravats, buttons,  and sewing notions.
Sub-Folder 1: Hawley & Tweedy, 1829Add to your cart.
Sub-Folder 2: Hawley & Tweedy, 1830Add to your cart.
Folder 33: Hawley & Tweedy, 1831-1834Add to your cart.

Bills and receipts from Hawley & Tweedy in New York to Elihu Harrison for merchandise including fabrics and sewing notions.

  A printed letter dated New York, February 4, 1834 announcing the dissolution of the co-partnership by mutual consent of the firm of Hawley & Tweedy. Business and books of the firm will be settled by Oliver B. Tweedy at No. 91 Pearl Street. Signed by Lewis Hawley and Oliver B. Tweedy. A partnership has been formed under the name Tweedy, Mozier & Co. Signed by Oliver B. Tweedy, Joseph Mozier, and Edmund Tweedy.

Sub-Folder 1: Hawley & Tweedy, 1831Add to your cart.
Sub-Folder 2: Hawley & Tweedy, 1832-1834Add to your cart.
Folder 34: Haydock, Henry W., 1826-1828Add to your cart.
Bills, receipts and letters from Henry W. Haydock in New York  to Elihu Harrison for merchandise purchased including china and glassware.
Folder 35: Haydock, Henry W, 1829-1830Add to your cart.

Bills and receipts from Henry W. Haydock in New York to Elihu Harrison for merchandise purchased including china and glassware.

Printed billhead for July 21, 1830 includes "importer and wholesale dealer in china, glass, and earthen ware".

Sub-Folder 1: Haydock, Henry W, 1829Add to your cart.
Sub-Folder 2: Haydock, Henry W, 1830Add to your cart.
Folder 36: Haydock, Henry W, 1831-1835Add to your cart.
Bills, receipts and a note from Henry W. Haydock in New York to Elihu Harrison for merchandise purchased including china, glassware and lamps. Some of the purchases were shipped  to New Haven by  Steam boat.
Sub-Folder 1: Haydock, Henry W, 1831-1832Add to your cart.
Sub-Folder 2: Haydock, Henry W, 1833Add to your cart.
Sub-Folder 3: Haycock, Henry W, 1834-1835Add to your cart.
Folder 37: Hotchkiss Fenn & Co., 1831-1832Add to your cart.
Bills from Hotchkiss Fenn & Co. in New Haven, Conn. to Mr. Carrington [1 bill], Mr. Elihu Harrison [4 bills], and Mr. Baldwin [1 bill] for Schuyllkill coal and Lackawanna coal.
Folder 38: Hotchkiss, Hall & Co., 1825Add to your cart.
Bills, receipts, and correspondence from Hotchkiss, Hall & Co. in New Haven, Conn. to Mesrs. Harrison & Parmelee in Litchfield, Conn. Merchandise purchased by the latter includes sugar, brandy, snuff, salt, spices, codfish & nails.
Sub-Folder 1: Hotchkiss, Hall & Co., 1825 Sep - OctAdd to your cart.
Sub-Folder 2: Hotchkiss, Hall & Co., 1825 NovAdd to your cart.
Sub-Folder 3: Hotchkiss, Hall & Co., 1825 Dec 1-12Add to your cart.
Sub-Folder 4: Hotchkiss, Hall & Co., 1825 Dec 13-31Add to your cart.
Bills, receipts and correspondence from Hotchkiss, Hall & Co. including correspondence regarding a shipment of Holland Gin and its replacement by an inferior gin.
Folder 39: Hotchkiss, Hall & Co./Hotchkiss & Hall, 1826Add to your cart.
Bills, receipts and correspondence from Hotchkiss, Hall & Co. in New Haven, Conn. to Messrs. Harrison and Parmelee in Litchfield. Merchandise purchased by the latter includes sugar, salt, molasses, segars, candles, codfish, herring, rum, raisins. Payment was made by cash and tubs of butter. In July 1826, the firm name changed to Hotchkiss & Hall.
Sub-Folder 1: Hotchkiss, Hall & Co., 1826 Jan-FebAdd to your cart.
Sub-Folder 2: Hotchkiss, Hall & Co., 1826 Mar-JunAdd to your cart.
Sub-Folder 3: Hotchkiss & Hall, 1826 Jul-AugAdd to your cart.
Sub-Folder 4: Hotchkiss & Hall, 1826 Sep-DecAdd to your cart.
Folder 40: Hotchkiss & Hall, 1827Add to your cart.
Bills, receipts, and correspondence from the firm of Hotchkiss and Hall in New Haven, Conn. to Elihu Harrison, merchant, in Litchfield. Merchadise purchased by the latter includes bars of soap, spices, brandy, gin, tea, raisins, indigo, and peanuts. Hotchkiss & Hall report on sales of tubs and firkins of butter  and casks and boxes of cheese received from Harrison.
Sub-Folder 1: Hotchkiss & Hall, 1827 Jan - AprAdd to your cart.
Sub-Folder 2: Hotchkiss & Hall, 1827 May - JunAdd to your cart.
Sub-Folder 3: Hotchkiss & Hall, 1827 Jul - AugAdd to your cart.
Sub-Folder 4: Hotchkiss & Hall, 1827 SepAdd to your cart.
Sub-Folder 5: Hotchkiss & Hall, 1827 Oct - DecAdd to your cart.
Folder 41: Hotchkiss & Hall, 1828Add to your cart.
Bills, receipts and correspondence from the firm of Hotchkiss & Hall in New Haven, Conn. to Elihu Harrison, merchant, in Litchfield. Harrison purchased items such as coffee, nails, indigo, wine, cigars, and lamp oil. Also included are accounts of cheese and pork sales by Hotchkiss & Hall that are credited to Harrison's account.
Sub-Folder 1: Hotchkiss & Hall, 1828 Jan - MarAdd to your cart.
Sub-Folder 2: Hotchkiss & Hall, 1828 Apr - MayAdd to your cart.
Sub-Folder 3: Hotchkiss & Hall, 1828 Jun - JulAdd to your cart.
Sub-Folder 4: Hotchkiss & Hall, 1828 Aug - SepAdd to your cart.
Sub-Folder 5: Hotchkiss & Hall, 1828 Oct - DecAdd to your cart.
Folder 42: Hotchkiss & Hall, 1829Add to your cart.
Bills, receipts and correspondence from Hotchkiss & Hall in New Haven, Conn. to Elihu Harrison in Litchfield. Merchandise purchased by the latter includes coffee, molasses, spices, soap, rum, and red Lisbon wine. Accounts of Harrison's payments include cash, drafts from Phoenix Bank, and  sales of butter and cheese.
Sub-Folder 1: Hotchkiss & Hall, 1829 Jan - MarAdd to your cart.
Sub-Folder 2: Hotchkiss & Hall, 1829 Apr - DecAdd to your cart.
Folder 43: Hotchkiss, Towner & Atwater, 1830Add to your cart.
Bills, receipts and correspondence from Hotchkiss, Towner & Atwater in New Haven, Conn. to Elihu Harrison in Litchfield. Some of the receipts are signed by Wooster Hotchkiss. Some of the merchandise purchased by Harrison include codfish, chests of tea, bags of white coffee, corks, tobacco, coal, and casks of nails. Accounts by Harrison of tubs & firkins of butter sent to Hotchkiss, Towner & Atwater.
Sub-Folder 1: Hotchkiss, Towner & Atwater, 1830 Jan - JunAdd to your cart.
Sub-Folder 2: Hotchkiss, Towner & Atwater, 1830 Jul - AugAdd to your cart.
Sub-Folder 3: Hotchkiss, Towner & Atwater, 1830 Sep - OctAdd to your cart.
Sub-Folder 4: Hotchkiss, Towner & Atwater, 1830 Nov - DecAdd to your cart.
Folder 44: Hotchkiss, Towner & Atwater, 1831Add to your cart.
From New Haven, Conn.,Hotchkiss, Towner & Atwater's bills, receipts & correspondence to Elihu Harrison in Litchfield. The latter purchased items such as boags of coffee, St. Croix and New Orleans sugar, spices, sperm candles, mackeral, pimento, and molasses. Correspondence from Hotchkiss, Towner & Atwater mention the scarcity of molasses and salt, and the beginning of a new City Bank in New Haven.
Sub-Folder 1: Hotchkiss, Towner & Atwater, 1831 Jan - AprAdd to your cart.
Sub-Folder 2: Hotchkiss, Towner & Atwater, 1831 Mar - SepAdd to your cart.
Sub-Folder 3: Hotchkiss, Towner & Atwater, 1831 Oct - DecAdd to your cart.
Folder 45: Hotchkiss, Towner & Atwater, 1832Add to your cart.
Bills, receipts and correspondence from the firm of Hotchkiss, Towner & Atwater in New Haven, Conn. to Elihu Harrison, merchant, in Litchfield. The latter purchased snuff,  Skin and Hyson Tea, nutmegs, casks of wine. A December 13, 1832 letter reports the dissolution of the firm of Hotchkiss, Towner & Atwater to be succeeded by Towner & Atwater in a store adjoining their old stand on the corner of State and Chapel Streets. Said firm will continue to keep an assortment of groceries.
Sub-Folder 1: Hotchkiss, Towner & Atwater, 1832 Jan - MayAdd to your cart.
Sub-Folder 2: Hotchkiss, Towner & Atwater, 1832 Jun - AugAdd to your cart.
Sub-Folder 3: Hotchkiss, Towner & Atwater, 1832 Sep - DecAdd to your cart.
Folder 46: Hotchkiss & Whittelsey, 1832 Dec - 1833Add to your cart.
Bills, receipts and correspondence from Hotchkiss & Whittelsey in New Haven, Conn. for items ordered and purchased by Elihu Harrison. The latter purchased items such as tea, indigo, figs, raisins, and sugar.
Sub-Folder 1: Hotchkiss & Whittelsey, 1832 DecAdd to your cart.
Sub-Folder 2: Hotchkiss & Whittelsey, 1833 Jan - AprAdd to your cart.
Sub-Folder 3: Hotchkiss & Whittelsey, 1833 May - AugAdd to your cart.
Sub-Folder 4: Hotchkiss & Whittelsey, 1833 Sep - DecAdd to your cart.
Folder 47: Hotchkiss & Whittelsey, 1834Add to your cart.
Bills, receipts, and correspondence from Hotchkiss & Whittelsey in New Haven, Conn. to Elihu Harrison in Litchfield concerning merchandise purchased by the latter, who pays by cash, checks on the Phoenix Bank, and proceeds from the sale of casks of cheese and firkins of butter.
Sub-Folder 1: Hotchkiss & Whittelsey, 1834 Jan - MarAdd to your cart.
Sub-Folder 2: Hotchkiss & Whittelsey, 1834 Apr - DecAdd to your cart.
Folder 48: Hotchkiss & Whittelsey, 1835-1836Add to your cart.
Bills, receipts and correspondence from the firm of Hotchkiss & Whittelsey in New Haven, Conn. to Elihu Harrison, merchant, in Litchfield. Among other items, Harrison purchased lump sugar, figs, bags of coffee, brooms, codfish, wine, salt, rice. He paid with cash and the sale of cheese and butter.
Sub-Folder 1: Hotchkiss & Whittelsey, 1835 Jan - AprAdd to your cart.
Sub-Folder 2: Hotchkiss & Whittelsey, 1835 May - AugAdd to your cart.
Sub-Folder 3: Hotchkiss & Whittelsey, 1835 Sep - DecAdd to your cart.
Sub-Folder 4: Hotchkiss & Whittelsey, 1836Add to your cart.
Folder 49: Hotchkiss, Wooster, 1829 Jan - JulAdd to your cart.
Bills, receipts, and correspondence from Wooster Hotchkiss in New Haven, Conn. to Elihu Harrison in Litchfield. Correspondence mentions the availability of some of the goods ordered by Harrison, who purchased candles, mackerel, raisins, Java coffee, and soap, among other items. On some documents, the firm of Hotchkiss & Hall is included. Receipts include those for cheese sent by Harrison to Hotchkiss.
Sub-Folder 1: Hotchkiss, Wooster, 1829 Jan - MayAdd to your cart.
Sub-Folder 2: Hotchkiss, Wooster, 1829 Jun - JulAdd to your cart.
Folder 50: Hotchkiss, Wooster, 1829 Aug - DecAdd to your cart.
Wooster Hotchkiss' bills, receipts and correspondence from New Haven, Conn. to Elihu Harrison in Litchfield for Lisbon wine, raisins, codfish, sugar, coal, salt petre, and other goods.
Sub-Folder 1: Hotchkiss, Wooster, 1829 AugAdd to your cart.
Sub-Folder 2: Hotchkiss, Wooster, 1829 SepAdd to your cart.
Sub-Folder 3: Hotchkiss, Wooster, 1829 Oct - DecAdd to your cart.
Folder 51: Hotchkiss, Wooster, 1830-1833Add to your cart.
Bills, receipts and correspondence from Wooster Hotchkiss in New Haven, Conn. to Elihu Harrison in Litchfield. The later purchased salt, coal, cassia, wine, and other merchandise. A letter dated December 20, 1832 from Wooster Hotchkiss introduces the new firm of Hotchkiss & Whittelsey. Mr. Whittelsey was in the house of Huggins & Whittelsey. The new firm is at the old stand of Hotchkiss, Towner & Atwater.
Sub-Folder 1: Hotchkiss, Wooster, 1830 Jan - FebAdd to your cart.
Sub-Folder 2: Hotchkiss, Wooster, 1830 Mar - 1833Add to your cart.
Folder 52: Samuel Hughes & Son, 1823-1824Add to your cart.
Bills, receipts and correspondence from Samuel Hughes & Son in New Haven, Conn. to Elihu Harrison in Litchfield South Farms. Merchandise sold to the latter included shawls, yarn, thumb latches, shirting, compass saws, screws, and locks. Two payments were received by James A. Sherman for the firm.
Sub-Folder 1: Samuel Hughes & Son, 1823Add to your cart.
Sub-Folder 2: Samuel Hughes & Son, 1824Add to your cart.
Folder 53: Samuel Hughes & Son, 1825Add to your cart.
Bills, receipts, and correspondence from the firm of Samuel Hughes & Son in New Haven, Conn. to Elihu Harrison and the firm of Harrison & Parmelee in Litchfield. Purchased merchandise included brass kettles, pencils, files, portable furnaces, and cotton batting. A leter dated Nov. 21, 1825 asks if  Mr. Harrison can supply them with butter and cheese of superior quality and 2-3 years old.
Sub-Folder 1: Samuel Hughes & Son, 1825 Jan - SepAdd to your cart.
Sub-Folder 2: Samuel Hughes & Son, 1825 Oct - DecAdd to your cart.
Folder 54: Samuel Hughes & Son, 1826-1829Add to your cart.
Bills, receipts, and correspondence from Samuel Hughes & Son in New Haven, Conn. to merchants Harrison & Parmelee in Litchfield. Merchandise purchased by the latter include kettles, buttons, quills, looking glasses, whips, shovels, and spiders. The firm of Harrison & Parmelee was dissolved in 1826 and continued by Elihu Harrison.
Sub-Folder 1: Samuel Hughes & Son, 1826Add to your cart.
Sub-Folder 2: Samuel Hughes & Son, 1827-1829Add to your cart.
Folder 55: Kellogg & Baldwin, 1824-1827Add to your cart.

Bills, receipts and correspondence from wholesale merchants Edward Kellogg and D.T. Baldwin, of the firm of Kellogg & Baldwin, in New York, to Elihu Harrison and the firm of Harrison and Parmelee (1825-1826). Items purchased from Kellogg & Baldwin include many types of cloth and fabric, suspenders, and gloves.

  Draft of a letter from Elihu Harrison to the firm requesting that they send some brown drilling via steamboat to New Haven, directed to Harrison & Parmelee in Litchfield.

Folder 56: Kellogg & Baldwin, 1828Add to your cart.

Bills, receipts and correspondence from wholesale merchants Kellogg and Baldwin in New York to Elihu Harrison in Litchfield. Purchases by the latter include fabrics, binging, ribbons, and lace. The total bill for goods for 15 April 1828 was $318.46.

  Also correspondernce regarding a law suit by Edward Kellogg & David T. Baldwin vs John Watkins, of the late firm of Watkins & BIrge of Newbury Court House, SC regarding a debt of $2030.07.

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Folder 57: Kellogg & Baldwin, 1828 May-1829 MarAdd to your cart.
Correspondence starting in May 1828 regarding a law suit by Edward Kellogg & David T. Baldwin vs John Watkins, of the late firm of Watkins & BIrge of Newbury Court House, SC regarding a debt of $2030.07. Kellogg & Baldwin request that Harrison put an attachment on the property of John Watkins. In a letter of 17 Dec 1828, Kellogg & Baldwin write to Harrison that they have sent the note to Silas Bronson requesting him to go to see "what can be done with Watkins". Kellogg & Baldwin's leter of 12 March 1829 request that Harrison and Esq. Sanford continue the suit and obtain judgement as early as possible.
Folder 58: Kellogg & Baldwin, 1829-1830Add to your cart.
Bills and receipts from Kellogg & Baldwin in New York to Elihu Harrison for merchandise purchased by the latter including fabrics, buttons, veils, and binding.
Folder 59: Kellogg & Baldwin, 1831-1834Add to your cart.
Bill, receipts and correspondence from wholesale merchants Kellogg & Baldwin in New York to Elihu Harrison. Harrison purchased items including fabrics and trimmings.
Item 1: Kellogg & Baldwin, 1833 Feb 19Add to your cart.
A letter to Elihu Harrison asking for his opinion about John Bissel of Litchfield who wishes to start a merchandising business, and whether Harrison thinks that he is competent to start a business and trade with Kellogg & Baldwin.
Item 2: Kellogg, Edward, 1834 Feb 21Add to your cart.
A letter from Edward Kellogg to Elihu Harrison informing him that the copartnership of Kellogg & Baldwin has been dissolved and that Harrison remit to him any amount due to the late firm.
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Sub-Folder 2: Kellogg & Baldwin, 1832-1833Add to your cart.
Folder 60: Kellogg, Edward, 1821-1835Add to your cart.
Bills and receipts from Edward Kellogg in New York  to Elihu Harrison for merchandise purchased including fabrics, suspenders, thread, garters, gloves, and ribbons. Starting in April 1834, the firm was named Edward Kellogg & Co.
Sub-Folder 1: Kellogg, Edward, 1821-1824Add to your cart.
Sub-Folder 2: Kellogg, Edward & Co., 1834Add to your cart.
Sub-Folder 3: Kellogg, Edward & Co., 1835Add to your cart.
Folder 61: Litchfield (Conn.) Post Master, 1825-1832Add to your cart.
Quarterly receipts for letter postage, newspapers & pamphlets, and a box from the Litchfield Postmaster to Elihu Harrison. Signed by  Postmasters, Charles Seymour 1825-April 1831; George C. Woodruff July 1831-July 1832; or their representatives A.S. Lewis, S. Galpin, Moses M Seymour, James C. Woodruff, and J. Kilborne.
Sub-Folder 1: Litchfield (Conn.) Post Master, 1825-1828Add to your cart.
Sub-Folder 2: Litchfield (Conn.) Post Master, 1829-1830Add to your cart.
Sub-Folder 3: Litchfield (Conn.) Post Master, 1831-1832Add to your cart.
Folder 62: Lloyd, John, 1828-1835Add to your cart.
Bills and receipts from wholesale merchant John Lloyd in New York to Elihu Harrison for merchandise purchased including fabric, pins, & thread. Billheads from 1828 to 1830 describe John Lloyd as a dealer in French and millinery goods, located at No. 432 Pearl Street. In 1831, the firm is named John Lloyd & Co., specializing in French, Italian & India silk goods, millinery articles, etc. and located at No. 130 Pearl Street; and in 1833, the firm is again named John Lloyd.
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Sub-Folder 2: Lloyd, John, 1832-1835Add to your cart.
Folder 63: Lockwood & Parker, 1831-1832Add to your cart.
Bills, receipts and correspondence from the firm of Lockwood & Parker of New Haven, Conn. to Elihu Harrison for merchandise including codfish, soap, nails, snuff, brooms, raisins, spices, coffee, starch, and sugar.  F.S. Parker signed some of the bills & receipts.
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Sub-Folder 2: Lockwood & Parker, 1832Add to your cart.
Folder 64: Lockwood & Parker, 1833Add to your cart.
Bills, receipts, and correspondence from wholesale merchants Lockwood & Parker in New Haven, Conn. to Elihu Harrison in Litchfield, who purchased tons of coal, tobacco, codfish, coffee, wine, soap, etc. He pays by cash, check, and cheese & butter. Some of the correspondence from Lockwood & Parker discusses the rising price of coffee and lump sugar in New York, and the duty on raisins.
Folder 65: Lockwood & Parker, 1834Add to your cart.
Bills, receipts and correspondence from Lockwood & Parker in New Haven, Conn. to Elihu Harrison in Litchfield, Items purchased by the latter include Imperial tea, rice, old white coffee, 2 kinds of raisins, figs, codfish, and casks of wine.
Sub-Folder 1: Lockwood & Parker, 1834 Jan - JunAdd to your cart.
Sub-Folder 2: Lockwood & Parker, 1834 Jul - DecAdd to your cart.
Folder 66: Lockwood & Parker, 1835-1836Add to your cart.
Bills, receipts, and correspondence from Lockwood & Parker in New Haven, Conn. to Elihu Harrison regarding merchandise purchased by Harrison including tobacco and snuff, casks of wine, Java coffee, chocolate, rice, indigo, gunpowder tea, and figs.
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Sub-Folder 2: Lockwood & Parker, 1835 Aug - 1836 FebAdd to your cart.
Folder 67: Otis Loomer & Co., 1825-1832Add to your cart.
Bills and receipts from Otis Loomer & Co. in New York to Harrison & Parmelee in 1825 and 1826, and Elihu Harrison from 1827-1832. Otis Loomer & Co. were wholesale dealers of dry goods located at 189 Pearl Street. From them, harrison purchased fabrics, thread, umbrellas & parasols, fancy soap, and buttons.
Folder 68: Lusk, Lathrop & Co., 1829-1831Add to your cart.
Lusk, Lathrop & Co. in New York bills and receipts to Elihu Harrison for fabrics, cravats, gloves, veils, and shawls. Their billhead advertises that they are wholesale dealers in India, Franch, and British dry goods, located at Nos. 9 Cedar street, near Pearl.
Folder 69: Lusk, Lathrop & Co., 1832-1835Add to your cart.
Bills and receipts from Lusk, Lathrop & Co., wholesale dealers in India, French, and British dry goods located in New York, to Elihu Harrison. Harrison purchased items such as gloves, cloth, fancy silk handkerchiefs, gingham, velvet, quilling, and combs.
Folder 70: Miller, Mrs. G.B., 1827-1832Add to your cart.
Bills and receipts from Mrs. G.B. Miller at her tobacco manufactory in New York to Elihu Harrison. Harrison purchased smoking and chewing tobacco, Cavendish tobacco, and snuff. This would be the firm of George Benjamin Miller who died about 1790 and was succeeded by his wife and son.
Folder 71: Nelson, Carleton & Co., 1832-1835Add to your cart.
Bills and receipts for goods purchased by Elihu Harrison from Nelson, Carleton & Co. in New York . Nelson, Carleton & Co. were dealers in French, Italian & India silk goods and located at No. 145 Pearl Street. From them, Harrison purchased buttons, braid, handkerchiefs, fabrics, etc.
Folder 72: New Haven Packet Co., 1825-1827Add to your cart.
Bills and receipts from the New Haven Packet Company in New Haven, Conn. to Elihu Harrison for shipping freight. The itemized lists of freight include boxes, casks of cheese, stoves, sacks of coffee, and kegs. Signing the receipts are Curtis & Forbes, agents and B.W. Bakewell.
Folder 73: New Haven Steam Boat Co., 1825-1830Add to your cart.
Bills and receipts from New Haven Steam Boat company in New Haven, Conn. to Elihu Harrison for shipping different sizes of boxes, crates, trunks, bales, a boxed piano, etc. Receipts signed Joel Root, agent and Charles W. Hinman.
Folder 74: Nicholson & Manvel, 1825-1828Add to your cart.
Sub-Folder 1: Nicholson & Manvel, 1825-1826 JunAdd to your cart.
Bills, receipts and correspondence from wholesale merchants Nicholson & Manvel in New Haven to Harrison & Parmelee for goods including gin, rum, and nails.
Sub-Folder 2: Nicholson & Manvel, 1826 Jul-DecAdd to your cart.
Bills, receipts and correspondence from Nicholson & Manvel in New Haven to Messrs. Harrison & Parmelee in Litchfield concerning goods purchased by the latter including codfish, coffee, boxes of candles,  Croix sugar, and rum. Credit was given to Harrison for bushels of walnuts.
Sub-Folder 3: Nicholson & Manvel, 1827Add to your cart.
Bills and receipts from merchants Nicholson & Manvel in New Haven to Elihu Harrison for goods purchased including snuff, gin, nutmeg, indigo, mackeral and tea. Harrison received credit for pork and walnuts.
Sub-Folder 4: Nicholson & Manvel, 1828Add to your cart.
Bills and receipts from Nicholson & Manvel in New Haven to Elihu Harrison, merchant in Litchfield, for  goods including nails, salt, codfish, tea, and candles. On the bill of April 25, 1828 the firm name has changed to Nicholson, Manvel & Thomson.
Folder 75: Nicholson, J, 1823-1824Add to your cart.
Bills, receipts and correspondence from J. Nicholson, a wholesale merchant in New Haven, Conn. to Elihu Harrison in Litchfield South Farms.
Sub-Folder 1: Nicholson, J, 1823Add to your cart.
J. Nicholson's bills, receipts and correspondence from New Haven to Elihu Harrison in Litchfield South Farms for items purchased by the latter including raisins, paper, cigars, starch, indigo, and glassware.
Sub-Folder 2: Nicholson, J, 1824 Jan-JulAdd to your cart.
Bills, receipts and correspondence from wholesale merchant J. Nicholson in New Haven to Elihu Harrison in Litchfield South Farms from merchandise including tea, brandy, and brooms. Harrison pays by cash and geese feathers. In a letter of July 12, 1824, Nicholson answers Harrison's letter in regard to sending pork to New Haven and that it must be inspected and branded in New Haven.
Sub-Folder 3: Nicholson, J, 1824 Aug-DecAdd to your cart.
Bills and receipts from J.Nicholson in New Haven to Elihu Harrison in Litchfield for goods including molasses, salt, and rum. Credit is given to Harrison for casks of cheese, butter, and walnuts.
Folder 76: Nicholson, J, 1825-1826Add to your cart.
Bills, receipts and correspondence from J. Nicholson in New Haven, Conn. to Elihu Harrison in Litchfield for goods.
Sub-Folder 1: Nicholson, J, 1825Add to your cart.
Bills, receipts and correspondence from J. Nicholson in New Haven to Elihu Harrison in Litchfield for goods including cider brandy, tea, codfish, rum, raisins, nutmegs, and nails. He pays by cash, butter, and flax.
Sub-Folder 2: Nicholson, J, 1826Add to your cart.
Bills, receipts and correspondence from J. Nicholson in New Haven to Messrs. Harrison & Parmelee in Litchfield for goods such as tea and molasses.
Folder 77: Parker, F. S., 1830Add to your cart.
Bills, receipts and correspondence from merchant F.S. Parker in New Haven, Conn. to Elihu Harrison in Litchfield.
Sub-Folder 1: Parker, F.S., 1830 Jan-JulAdd to your cart.
Bills, receipts and correspondence from F.S. Parker in New Haven to  Elihu Harrison for goods including casks of nails, snuff, wine, Poland starch, and ginger.
Sub-Folder 2: Parker, F.S., 1830 Aug-DecAdd to your cart.
Bills, receipts and an account summary from F.S. Parker in New Haven to Elihu Harrison in Litchfield. Items purchased by Harrison included salt, fish, brooms, Malaga wine, soap, nails,  and pepper.
Folder 78: Parker & Smith, 1829Add to your cart.
Bills, receipts and correspondence from wholesale merchants Parker & Smith in New Haven, Conn. to Elihu Harrison.
Sub-Folder 1: Parker & Smith, 1829 Jan - AugAdd to your cart.
Bills, receipts and correspondence from Parker & Smith in New Haven to Elihu Harrison for goods purchased by Harrison including chocolate, gin, rice, nails, and tobacco. Some of Harrison's orders were conveyed by Mr. Carrington. A note from Parker & Smith dated 25 May 1829 reports that the canal is in operation except for a bit of water for the boats.
Sub-Folder 2: Parker & Smith, 1829 Sep-DecAdd to your cart.
Bills, receipts and correspondence from Parker & Smith in New Haven to Elihu Harrison, merchant, in Litchfield for casks of nails purchased by the latter. Some of Harrison's payments were by checks on the Phoenix Branch Bank of Litchfield. Parker & Smith write concerning the size of nails and prices.
Folder 79: Parker & Smith, 1830Add to your cart.
Bills, receipts and correspondence from wholesale merchants Parker & Smith in New Haven, Conn. to Elihu Harrison in Litchfield. Goods purchased by the latter include nails, tobacco, mackerel, & brooms.
Folder 80: Peck, Staples & Co., 1829-1831Add to your cart.
Bills, receipts and correspondence from wholesale merchants Perk, Staples & Co. in New York to Elihu Harrison for merchandise purchased by the latter including fabrics such as gingham, cashmire, linen, cambric, Italian crape, shirting, and taffeta. He also purchased sewing notions such as buttons, needles, braid, and ribbon.
Folder 81: Peck, Wetmore & Clark, 1831-1832Add to your cart.
Bills and receipts from Peck, Wetmore & Clark, wholesale merchants in New York, to Elihu Harrison for merchandise he purchased including fabrics such as gingham, cambric, damask, and flannel. He also bought gloves, ladies hose, silk twist, cravats, and buttons.
Folder 82: Frederick T. Peet & Co., 1833-1835Add to your cart.
Bills and receipts from F.T. Peet & Co. /Frederick T. Peet & Co. in New York to Elihu Harrison for merchandise including many types of fabric and sewing notions, tippets, shawls, and gloves. Two billheads locate the company at No. 205 Pearl Street as wholesale dealers in fancy and staple dry goods.
Sub-Folder 1: Frederick T. Peet & Co., 1833Add to your cart.
Sub-Folder 2: Frederick T. Peet & Co., 1834-1835Add to your cart.
Folder 83: Phelps, Henry, 1828Add to your cart.
Bills and receipts from Henry Phelps in Litchfield, Conn. to Elihu Harrison for items bought including augers, tobacco, Dartford powder, sugar,cognac brandy, and rum.
Folder 84: Pratt, Howe & Co., 1831-1832Add to your cart.
Bills, receipts and correspondence from Pratt, Howe & Co., wholesale merchants of fabrics in Hartford, Conn. to Elihu Harrison.  The bulk of the correspondence discusses the availability and quality of various fabrics.
Sub-Folder 1: Pratt, Howe & Co., 1831Add to your cart.
Sub-Folder 2: Pratt, Howe & Co., 1832Add to your cart.
Folder 85: Pratt, Howe & Co., 1833-1836Add to your cart.
Bills, receipts and correspondence from Pratt, Howe & Co. in Hartford, Conn. to Elihu Harrison, merchant in Litchfield. Some of the items purchased by the latter include padding, sheeting, silk, and crape. Lengthy correspondence about the types of cloth and fabrics, quality and pricing.
Sub-Folder 1: Pratt, Howe & Co., 1833Add to your cart.
Sub-Folder 2: Pratt, Howe & Co., 1834-1836Add to your cart.

Bills, receipts and correspondence from Pratt, Howe & Co. in Hartford to Elihu Harrison. Also a confidential letter dated 20 Jan 1835 requesting information about Charles S. Church and H.C. Bradley of Wolcottville;  Stiles D. Wheeler, who formerly peddled tin ware; and Dan Catlin. The named individuals want to purchase goods from Pratt, Howe & Co. on credit. In reply is a partial draft of a letter by Elihu Harrison written the following day with his opinion of the various men, some of whom he is not acquainted.

The final letter is dated March 15, 1836 from Howe, Mather & Co., in receipt of Harrison's payment to the late Pratt, Howe & Co.

Folder 86: Reed & Lee, 1825Add to your cart.
Bills, receipts and correspondence from wholesale merchants Reed & Lee in New York to Harrison & Parmelee, merchants in Litchfield. Goods purchased by the latter include snuff, soap, raisins, tea, rice, coffee, and brandy. Bags of coffee are sent via the New Haven packet. Harrison & Parmelee shipped casks of cheese for Reed & Lee to sell, for which there is are accounts that include purchasers, cooperage, shipping & storage costs.
Folder 87: Reed & Lee, 1826-1827Add to your cart.

Bills, receipts and correspondence between wholesale merchants Reed & Lee in New York andMessrs. Harrison & Parmelee in Litchfield.  The latter purchased such items as gin, coffee, cigars, raisins, sugar, tea, and snuff.  Some purchases were sent via the New Haven Packet on the Sloop Paragon, Sloop Eliza, and Sloop Huntress.

There is also detailed accounting of casks and boxes of cheese. Some of the cheese is marked Beecher, and some E. Marsh. Costs involved in selling the cheese include cartage, cooperage, labor, advertising, storage, and commission.

Sub-Folder 1: Reed & Lee, 1826 Jan - AugAdd to your cart.
Sub-Folder 2: Reed & Lee, 1826 Sep-DecAdd to your cart.
Detailed accounting and correspondence between Reed & Lee in New York and Harrison & Parmelee concerning cheese sent by the latter for sale by Reed & Lee. Includes names of people to whom the cheese was sold, expenses, numbers of casks and boxes, and prices. In the fall of 1826, Harrison shipped 5533 pounds of cheese . Reed & Lee sold $441.20 worth of cheese in Nov. & Dec. 1826. Some of the names recorded by Harrison, apparently those from whom he received the cheese are: Beecher, Alf Peck, Stone, E. Marsh, J. Steel, C. Catlin, J. Stevens, J. A. Merriman, and B. Webster, Jr.
Folder 88: Rice & Curtiss, 1819Add to your cart.
Bills & receipts from Rice & Curtiss in New Haven to Elihu Harrison for merchandise purchased by the latter including rum, tea, coffee, sugar, brooms, and rum. Rice & CUrtiss respond to Harrison that they are not buying butter in firkins.
Folder 89: Rice, Reuben, 1820-1822Add to your cart.
Bills and receipts from Reuben Rice in New Haven, Conn. to Elihu Harrison in Litchfield. Items purchased by Harrison include flour, rum, tea, plaster & ginger. He is credited with firkins & tubs of butter; casks of cheese; bushels of walnuts, chestnuts and hazelnuts; oats, beans, and flax.
Sub-Folder 1: Rice, Reuben, 1820Add to your cart.
Sub-Folder 2: Rice, Reuben, 1821Add to your cart.
Folder 90: Root, Atwater & Co., 1821-1827Add to your cart.
Bills and receipts from Root, Atwater & Co. in New Haven, Conn. to Elihu Harrison/ Harrison & Parmelee for merchandise purchased including buttons, silk, shirting, and gloves.
Folder 91: Russell, Emanuel, 1823-1826Add to your cart.
A bill for goods from Emanuel Russell in New York to Elihu Harrison. Items purchased by Harrison include soap, raisins, a stove, and nails. Some of his payment in with butter. Correspondence from Emanuel Russell when he was in Norfolk, Virginia regarding an order for cheese and how to pack it. Elihu Harrison writes about anorder of nails (3 June 1826) and cotton sheeting (18 Sep 1826).
Folder 92: Russell, Emanuel, 1827-1830Add to your cart.
Bills, receipts and correspondence from Emanuel Russell in New York to Elihu Harrison in Litchfield who purchased items such as buttons, hooks & eyes, ivory combs, pocket books, wallets, & cloak clasps. In his letter of 13 Jan 1827 Russell comments on a rise in some prices due to a rumor a a war between England & Spain.
Sub-Folder 1: Russell, Emanuel, 1827Add to your cart.
Sub-Folder 2: Russell, Emanuel, 1828-1830Add to your cart.
Folder 93: Sanford & Galpin, 1826Add to your cart.
Bills, receipts and correspondence from merchants Sanford & Galpin in New Haven, Conn. to merchants Harrison & Parmelee in Litchfield. Goods purchased by the latter include calico, millinet, robes,  linen, kid gloves and cotton.
Folder 94: E. & I. Smith, 1827-1835Add to your cart.
Bills and receipted bills from Edward Smith, 1827-1832; continued by E. & I. Smith, 1833-1835, in New York to Elihu Harrison for parasols and umbrellas. Edward Smith advertised on his billhead, that he was located at No. 294 Peal Street, where the best gingham and silk umbrellas in America are manufactured. The illustrated billheads for E. & I. Smith, refer to their company as United States Umbrella and Parasol Manufactory at No. 294 Pearl Street, near Beekman St. The illustration is a woman with a parasol being greeted by a man tipping his hat to her.
Folder 95: Staples & Clark, 1833-1835Add to your cart.
Bills from wholesale merchants Staples & Clarke, 12 Hanover Street, New York , to Elihu Harrison for items Harrison purchased, mostly fabrics and cloth.
Folder 96: Arthur Tappan & Co., 1825-1832Add to your cart.
Bills from Arthur Tappan in New York including A. Tappan in 1825; continued by Arthur Tappan & Co. 1829-1832, to Harrison & Parmelee in 1825 and Elihu Harrison from 1829-1832. Items purchased include gloves, handkerchiefs, cord, ribbons, gimp, diapers,and ribbon.
Folder 97: Whiting, Childs & Co., 1827-1831Add to your cart.
Bills and receipts from Whiting, Childs & Co. in Litchfield [the Bradleyville section] to Elihu Harrison for paper including wrapping and letter paper.
Folder 98: Whiting, Jason, 1830-1831Add to your cart.
Elihu Harrison's account for paper purchases from Jason Whiting from Sep 1830 to January 1831. Harrison paid 37 cents of the amount due with 2 1/4 pounds of honey.
Sub-Series 2: Bills and receipts, 1818-1836Add to your cart.
Bills and receipts primarily related to Elihu Harrison's mercantile business. Many are from wholesale merchants from whom he purchased goods for resale in his store. These are related to Sub-series 1 but with only a single item or two per wholesale merchant.  Arranged chronologically.
Folder 1: Bills and receipts, 1818 Nov - 1819 MayAdd to your cart.
Item 1: C. & J.D. Wolf invoice, 1818 Nov 18Add to your cart.
C. & J.D. Wolf of New York invoice to E. Harrison for goods with note of payment received.
Item 2: Smith & Merwin invoice, 1819 Apr 29Add to your cart.
Smith & Merwin of New Haven bill to Mr. Harrison for sugar and tamerands, with note of payment received.
Item 3: Alex Harrison invoice, 1819 Apr 29Add to your cart.
Alex Harrison of New Haven invoice to Elihu Harrison for snuff, with note of payment received.
Folder 2: Bills and receipts, 1819 JunAdd to your cart.
Item 1: T. & J. Dwight invoice, 1819 Jun 16Add to your cart.
T. & J. Dwight of New Haven invoice to Elihu Harrison for goods including knives, files, nails, shoe jacks, fish hooks, tea kettles, and locks.
Item 2: Dilworth & Voorhees invoice, 1819 Jun 18Add to your cart.
Dilworth & Voorhees of New York invoice to Elihu Harrison for a chest of Hyson Shin Tea, with note of payment received.
Item 3: Hardenbrook & Parsons invoice, 1819 Jun 19Add to your cart.
Hardenbrook & Parsons of New York invoice to Elihu Harrison for raisins, with note of payment received.
Item 4: Lord & Olmsted invoice, 1819 Jun 19Add to your cart.
Lord & Olmsted of New York invoice to Elihu Harrison for goods including vesting, black satin and Italian sewing, with note of payment received.
Item 5: W. Underhill invoice, 1819 Jun 19Add to your cart.
W. Underhill of New York invoice to E. Harrison for goods including calico, with note of payment received.
Item 6: Wetmore & Hartman invoice, 1819 Jun 19Add to your cart.
Wetmore & Hartman of New York invoice to Elihu Harrison for goods including gingham, with note of payment received.
Item 7: J. & C. Nichols invoice, 1819 Jun 19Add to your cart.
J. & C. Nichols of New York invoice to Elihu Harrison for goods including gloves, calico, & binding with note of payment received.
Item 8: F. Childs, Jr. invoice, 1819 Jun 21Add to your cart.
F.Childs, Jr. invoice to Elihu Harrison for buttons & gloves, with note of payment received.
Item 9: Royal Petey invoice, 1819 Jun 21Add to your cart.
Royal Petey invoice to E. Harrison for plaid ribbon, with note of payment received by J. Tannahill.
Item 10: Smith & Fountain invoice, 1819 Jun 21Add to your cart.
Smith & Fountain of New York invoice to E. Harrison for goods including lashing ribbon, with note of payment received.
Item 11: F. & C. Deming & Co. invoice, 1819 Jun 22Add to your cart.
F. & C. Deming & Co. of New York  invoice to E. Harrison for goods including muslin, snuff boxes, pins, and fabrics.
Item 12: Stebbins & Couch invoice, 1819 Jun 22Add to your cart.
Stebbins & Couch of New York bill to Elihu Harrison for brown sugar, with note of payment received in full by John Stebbins.
Item 13: Hugh Laing invoices, 1819 Jun 22Add to your cart.
Two invoices from Hugh Laing of New York to Elihu Harrison for silk and shawls, with note of payments received.
Item 14: Lord & Olmsted invoice, 1819 Jun 22Add to your cart.
Lord & Olmsted o New York invoice to E. Harrison for goods, with note of payment received by P.H. Huntington.
Item 15: A.C. Zabriskie, 1819 Jun 22Add to your cart.
A.C. Zabriskie of  invoice to E. Harrison for black crape purchased, with note of payment received.
Item 16: Tudor & Hillyer, 1819 Jun 23Add to your cart.
Tudor & Hillyer of New York invoice to Mr. Harrison for cloth, with note of payment received by Henry Holmes.
Item 17: H. Belden invoice, 1819 Jun 25Add to your cart.
H. Belden of New Haven invoice to Elihu Harrison for goods purchased including tumblers, plate, bowls, and tumblers, with note of payment received.
Item 18: T. & J. Dwight receipt, 1819 Jun 24Add to your cart.
T. & J. Dwight of New Haven receipt to Elihu Harrison for 12 firkins of butter for a total of $76.50 to be credited to his account.
Folder 3: Bills and receipts, 1819 Jul - DecAdd to your cart.
Item 1: S. Tallmadge invoice, 1819 Jul 6Add to your cart.
S. Talmadge invoice for hats & other goods.
Item 2: T. & J. Dwight invoice, 1819 Jul 7Add to your cart.
T. & J. Dwight of New Haven invoice to Elihu Harrison for goods.
Item 3: O. & L. Goodwin invoice, 1819 Jul 9Add to your cart.
O. & L. Goodwin invoice to Elihu Harrison for 1 ream of writing paper.
Item 4: Dunning Raymond & Co. invoice, 1819 Sep 3Add to your cart.
Dunning Raymond & Co. of New Haven invoice to Simon Harrison for 1/2 ton of plaister.
Item 5: Wiliam Pierpont 2d invoice, 1819 Sep 1819Add to your cart.
William Pierpont 2d invoice to Widow A. Harrison  for pounds of wool oiled from 30 Aug 1818 to 3 Sep 1819 with note of payment made by E. Harrison.
Item 6: Dunning Raymond & Co. invoice, 1819 Oct 14Add to your cart.
Dunning Raymond & Co. of New Haven invoice to Elihu Harrison for 1 ton of plaster, with note of payment received received by A. Lucas.
Item 7: Ezra Camp invoice, 1819 Nov 1Add to your cart.
Elihu Harrison invoice to Ezra Camp for items purchased including molasses, tea, and ginger. Credit by flax seed and cheese.
Item 8: Alanson Warner invoice, 1819 Nov 21Add to your cart.
Alanson Warner bill of hats and other goods. Note from [Elihu Harrison]  due to Alanson Warner payable  in $2.24 payable in goods.
Item 9: H. Belden invoice, 1819 Nov 26Add to your cart.
H. Belden invoice to Elihu Harrison for goods including flasks, tea pots, plates and tumblers, with note of payment received.
Item 10: F. & C. Deming receipt, 1819 Dec 15Add to your cart.
F. & C. Deming of New York receipt from Elihu Harrison by General Morris Woodruff for $68.17.
Item 11: Peck, Marquis, 1823 Oct 8Add to your cart.
Receipt from Marquis Peck of Litchfield to Elihu Harrison for payment of claims against Simeon Harrison.
Folder 4: Bills and receipts, 1820 Jan - AprAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Root & Atwater invoice, 1820 Jan 19Add to your cart.
Root & Atwater of New Haven invoice to Elihu Harrison for goods including button, suspenders, and cloth, with note of payment received by H. Burritt.
Item 2: Statira Sanford invoice, 1820 Jan 22Add to your cart.
Mrs Statira Sanford invoice to Sarah & Amanda Parker for sewing and boarding Samuel Sanford for 14 weeks.
Item 3: Oaks & Atwater invoice, 1820 Jan 26Add to your cart.
Oaks & Atwater of New Haven invoice to Elihu Harrison for Philadelphia gin and French brandy.
Item 4: J.H. Jacocks & Co. invoice, 1820 Mar 1Add to your cart.
J.H. Jacocks & Co. of New Haven invoice to Mr. Harrison for cloth, with note of payment received by D.M.Cook.
Item 5: David BIrd, 1820 Mar 17Add to your cart.
David Bird receipt to Caleb Perry for $1.00 for payment of Bird's fee on a writ & the service thereof. Dated from Bethlem.
Item 6: J.H. Jacock & Co. invoice, 1820 Mar 29Add to your cart.
J.H. Jacocks & Co. invoice of New Haven invoice for goods including cotton flax, gloves and cord with note of payment received.
Item 7: S. & W. Cone, 1820 Apr 27Add to your cart.
S. & W. Cone of Litchfield invoice to Elihu Harrison for 2 dozen scythes, paid by flax and cash, with note of payment received in full.
Item 8: Amos Pettingill receipt, 1820 Apr 9Add to your cart.
Amos Pettingill receipt to Elihu Harrison for $2.40 toward a pew.
Folder 5: Bills and receipts, 1820 MayAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Phinehas Crane receipt, 1820 May 8Add to your cart.
Phinehas Crane receipt dated from Litchfield for Ebenezer Benton by the hand of Elihu Harrison for Benton's Society tax in Behlehem on the 1818 list.
Item 2: Dwight & Williams invoice, 1820 May 10Add to your cart.
Dwight & Williams of New Haven invoice to Levi De Wolf in Litchfield South Farms for steel & iron, with note of payment received.
Item 3: H. Belden invoice, 1820 May 19Add to your cart.
H. Belden of New Haven invoice to Elihu Harrison for goods including china and glassware, with note of payment received.
Item 4: Titus, Avery & Weeks, 1820 May 20Add to your cart.
Titus, Avery, & Weeks of New York invoice to E. Harrison for goods purchased, with note of payment received.
Item 5: R. Duncan invoice, 1820 May 20Add to your cart.
R. Duncan of New York invoice to Mr. Harrison for combs with note of payment received.
Item 6: Dexter & Chapin invoice, 1820 May 20Add to your cart.
Dexter & Chapin of New York invoice to Elihu Harrison for goods purchased including ribbon, with note of payment received.
Item 7: Burling & Lawrence invoice, 1820 May 22Add to your cart.
Burline & Lawrence of New York invoice to Elihu Harrison for goods, with note of payment received.
Item 8: F.C. Morton invoice, 1820 May 22Add to your cart.
F.C. Morton invoice to E. Harrison for goods purchased with note of payment received.
Item 9: Stebbins & Couch invoice, 1820 May 22Add to your cart.
Stebbins & Couch of New York invoice to Elihu Harrison for goods including molasses, tobacco, coffee and indigo, with note of cash payment received.
Item 10: M. Wilbur invoice, 1820 May 23Add to your cart.
M. Wilbur of New York invoice to E. Harrison for goods including gloves, a parasol, and binding, with note of payment received.
Item 11: William Hall invoice, 1820 May 23Add to your cart.
William Hall of New York invoice to Elihu Harrison for muslin, gingham, shirting and muslin, with note of payment received.
Item 12: Lovell & Lynch invoice, 1820 May 23Add to your cart.
Lovell & Lynch of New York invoice to E. Harrison for goods, with note of payment received byIra Thurman.
Item 13: Rudolph & Savage, 1820 May 23Add to your cart.
Rudolph & Savage of New York invoice to E. Harrison for 1 keg of rum, with note of payment received.
Item 14: T.B. Wakeman invoice, 1820 May 23Add to your cart.
T.B. Wakeman of New York invoice to E. harrison for shirting, with note of payment received by L.P. Hawley.
Item 15: C. & J. Brush invoice, 1820 May 23Add to your cart.
C. & J. Brush of New York invoice to E. harrison for a set of china and box, with note of payment received.
Item 16: J. Mott invoice, 1820 May 23Add to your cart.
J. Mott of New York invoice to E. Harrison for goods including ladies hose and flannel, with note of payment received.
Item 17: Dwight & Wilhams invoice, 1820 May 25Add to your cart.
Dwight & Wilhams of New Haven invoice to Elihu Harrison for goods purchased including knives, andirons, shovels, and candlesticks.
Item 18: Thomas P. Healy invoice, 1820 May 22Add to your cart.
Thomas P. Healy invoice for tobacco and papers. Dated from New York. Note of payment received, signed by G. Whipple.
Folder 6: Bills and receipts, 1820 Jun - SepAdd to your cart.
Item 1: L. Warner invoice, 1820 Jun 1Add to your cart.
Elihu Harrison of Litchfield invoice to L. Warner for goods purchased including plates, pickles, calico, candles, etc.
Item 2: Nathaniel Mersell receipt, 1820 Jun 10Add to your cart.
Nathaniel Mersell of Litchfield receipt to Elihu Harrison on account of eggs bought of S. Harrison for Phineas Miner.
Item 3: [Alier]? Smith invoice, 1820 Jun 10Add to your cart.
Elihu Harrison of Litchfield invoice to [Alier]? Smith for goods purchased including sugar, calico, brass nails and trunk handles, with a note credit for 1 saddle.
Item 4: Abiall Roberts invoice, 1820 Jun 20Add to your cart.
Abiaal Roberts of Litchfield invoice to Frederick Steel for goods purchased from Oct. 1814 to Jan. 1815. Goods included thread. Note of credit by a days work drawin gwood and by Henry Skilton.
Item 5: David Bellamy invoice, 1820 Jul 12Add to your cart.
Elihu Harrison invoice to David Bellamy for rum, crackers, and raisins with credit of $12 for 1 saddle.
Item 6: Bradley & Whiting invoice, 1820 Aug 19Add to your cart.
Bradley & Whiting of New Haven to William Pierpont 2nd for lump sugar with note of payment received.
Item 7: Charles Buell receipt, 1820 Sep 2Add to your cart.
Charles Buell, Litchfield tax collector, receipt to Elihu Harrison for payment of town & state taxes of the list for 1819 for the heirs of Dan Harrison.
Item 8: Lucy Parker account, 1820 Sep 5Add to your cart.
Lucy Parker account for tailoring, braid, crape, and trimming.
Item 9: Salmon Woodruff account, 1820 Sep 6Add to your cart.
Salmon Woodruff account of labor including cutting poles and roofing.
Item 10: Burlington & Polley invoice, 1820 Sep 14Add to your cart.
Burlington & Polley of New Haven invoice to Mr. Harrison for barrels of flour, with note of payment received by William A. Reynolds.
Item 11: William Pierpont invoice, 1820 Sep 16Add to your cart.
Elihu Harrison of Litchfield invoice to William Pierpont for goods including kettles, pails, and pots, with note credited by 1 stove & apparatus.
Folder 7: Bills and receipts, 1820 Oct - DecAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Daniel Robert invoice, 1820 Nov 15Add to your cart.
Daniel Robbert invoice to Job Smith. Dated from Litchfield.
Item 2: J.H. Jacocks & Co. of New Haven invoice to Elihu Harrison for shirting.Add to your cart.
Item 3: Oaks & Atwater invoice, 1820 Nov 22Add to your cart.
Oaks & Atwater of New Haven invoice to Elihu Harrison for assorted items such as bowls, pitches, plaster, tobacco and flour. Credit given for cheese, corn, and cash.
Item 4: Marcus Merriman invoice, 1820 Nov 23Add to your cart.
Marcus Merriman of New Haven invoice to Messrs. Oaks & Atwater for items purchased including china and glassware.
Item 5: Morris Woodruff invoice, 1820 Dec 1Add to your cart.
Morris Woodruff of Litchfield invoice to Elihu Harrison for bombazette.
Folder 8: Bills and receipts, 1821 Jan - MayAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Morris Woodruff, 1821 Mar 31Add to your cart.
Morris Woodruff invoice for butter with note that he havs 5 or 6 good cheeses. Dated from Litchfield.
Item 2: Allison Turner invoice, 1821 May 3Add to your cart.
Allison Turner invoice to E. harrison for goods purchased including looking glass and hats. Dated from Northfield. Note of payment received
Item 3: M. Merriman, Jr. invoice, 1829 May 29Add to your cart.
M. Merriman, Jr. invoice to Mr. Levi Harrison for goods purchased, mostly china and glassware. Dated from New Haven.
Item 4: Butter receipt, 1821 May 30Add to your cart.
Receipt from unknown person to Elihu Harrison for 5 firkins of butter. Dated from New Haven 30 May 1821.
Folder 9: Bills and receipts, 1821 JunAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Sharp & Tuttle invoice, 1821 Jun 1Add to your cart.
Sharp & Tuttle of New York invoice to Elihu Harrison for ribbon and stockings. Payment received.
Item 2: W. Underhill invoice, 1821 Jun 1Add to your cart.
W. Underhill invoice for ribbon and crepe with note of payment received.
Item 3: P.W. Engs & Co invoice, 1821 Jun 1Add to your cart.
P.W. Engs & Co. of New York invoice to E. harrison for H.S. tea with note of payment received.
Item 4: Cushman & Falcone invoice, 1821 Jun 1Add to your cart.
Cushman & Falcone of New York invoice to Elihu Harrison for goods purchased including braid, shawls, and handkerchiefs. Note of payment received.
Item 5: Burling & Laurence invoice, 1821 Jun 2Add to your cart.
Burling & Laurence of New York invoice to E. Harrison for buttons, twist, gloves and sewing silk.
Item 6: Ralph Hall invoice, 1821 Jun 2Add to your cart.
Ralph Hall of New York invoice to E. Harrison for wine. Note payment received in full.
Item 7: William Agnew invoice, 1821 Jun 2Add to your cart.
William Agnew of New York invoice to Elihu Harrison for tobaccos and chewing paper. Payment received by John Adams.
Item 8: J. Forbes & Son invoice, 1821 Jun 5Add to your cart.
J. Forbes & Son of New Haven freight bill for shipment of goods. Payment received.
Item 9: Oaks & Atwater invoice, 1821 Jun 5Add to your cart.
Oaks & Atwater of New Haven invoice to Elihu Harrison for a boxes of tea and sugar. Payment received by R.F. Howell.
Item 10: James Tuttle receipt, 1821 Jun 13Add to your cart.
James Tuttle receipt to Colonel Nathaniel Goodwin for $2.00 on account of the Conn. Journal. Dated Litchfield.
Item 11: M. Merriman receipt, 1821 Jun 25Add to your cart.
M. Merriman of New Haven receipt to Elihu Harrison for $21.00 in cash and 1 sack of feathers.
Item 12: Catharine Miner invoice, 1821 Jun 28Add to your cart.
Elihu Harrison invoice to Mrs. Catharine Miner for goods purchased including pitchers, bowls, plates, pins and a looking glass.
Folder 10: Bills and receipts, 1821 Jul-DecAdd to your cart.
Item 1: S.C. Leavitt invoice, 1821 Aug 7Add to your cart.
S.C. Leavitt invoice to Elihu Harrison for rent of store and lot for one year. Note of paymnet received. Datef rrom Litchfield.
Item 2: Edward Kellogg receipt, 1821 Aug 27Add to your cart.
Edward Kellogg of New York receipt to Elihu Harrison, by the hand of Isaac Osborn, for $99.81.
Item 3: Daniel Robberts receipt, 1821 Sep 19Add to your cart.
Daniel Robberts receipt to Eli Smith for payment of all accounts. Dated from Litchfield.
Item 4: Elliot & Salter invoice, 1821 Nov 7Add to your cart.
Elliot & Salter of Nw Haven invoice to Elihu Harrison for 15 yards of tartan plaid with note of payment received by George M. Greene.
Item 5: John Orton invoice, 1821 Nov 3Add to your cart.
Elihu Harrison invoice to John Orton for goods purchased including cloth, buttons and twist. Dated from Litchfield.
Item 6: R.M. Stevens receipt, 1821 Nov 9Add to your cart.
Elihu Harrison receipt to R.M. Stevens fro forks left at Harrison's store for sale.
Item 7: Amos Benton receipt, 1821 Dec 1Add to your cart.
Amos Benton receipt, by the hand of Ebenezer Benton, to Elihu Harrison for $10.85 to apply of Mr. Aron Benedict turnpike bill. Dated from Litchfield.
Item 8: W. Sperry receipt, 1821 Dec 28Add to your cart.
E. Sperry receipt to Elihu Harrison for $72.00 for rent of house & lot. Dated Litchfield.
Folder 11: Bills and receipts, 1822 Jan-MayAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Jonas N. Smith invoice, 1822 Jan 25Add to your cart.
Jonas N Smith invoice to Nathan Hine for labor. Dated from Litchfield.
Item 2: Samuel Langdon invoice, 1822 Mar 19Add to your cart.
Samuel Langdon of New Haven invoice to Elihu Harrison for merchandise including nails, rum, molass, and snuff. Credit by flax and payment received in full.
Item 3: Leman Dunning invoice, 1822 Mar 19Add to your cart.
Leman Dunning of New Haven invoice to Elihu Harrison for merchandise including china and glassware. Payment received by John C. Whittelsey.
Item 4: Smith & Maintain invoice, 1822 May 7Add to your cart.
Smith & Maintain of New York invoice to E. Harrison for raisins and tea. Note of payment received.
Item 5: J.B. Clark invoice, 1822 May 8Add to your cart.
J.B. Clark of New York invoice to Elihu Harrison for tobacco with note of payment received.
Item 6: Horton & Woodhull invoice, 1822 May 8Add to your cart.
Horton & Woodhull of New York invoice to Elihu Harrison for a cask of molasses. Note of payment received by H. Thurston.
Item 7: Mrs. Prentice invoice, 1822 May 9Add to your cart.
Elihu Harrison invoice to Miss Prentice for goods including tobacco and tea.
Item 8: L. Dunning invoice, 1822 May 14Add to your cart.
L. Dunning of New Haven invoice to Elihu Harrison for goods purchased mosely china and glassware.
Item 9: Freight bill, 1823 May 23Add to your cart.
Invoice to E. Harrison from Packet Co. for freight charges of a box, cask, barrel, etc. Payment receibed by S. Higgins.
Item 10: Straights Turnpike Co. invoice, 1822 May 23Add to your cart.
Elihu Harrison of Litchfield invoice to Straights Turnpike co. for ___ and hay.
Item 11: Abraham Mackinary invoice, 1822 May 29Add to your cart.
Elihu Harrison invoice to Abraham Mackinary [?] for goods including rum, powder, silk and other fabrics.
Item 12: Aaron Sperry receipt, 1822 Mar 13Add to your cart.
Receipt from Aaron Sperry to Enoch J. Woodruff for payment in full of demands against Woodruff or the late firm of Turner, Woodruff & Co.
Item 13: Andrew L. Halsted invoice, 1828 Apr 12Add to your cart.
Invoice to E. Harrison for merchandise including knives, glasses, butts, and screws.
Folder 12: Bills and receipts, 1822 Jun-AugAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Isaac Turner invoice, 1822 Jun 1Add to your cart.
Invoice from Elihu Harrison to Isaac Turner for goods purchased including calico, flax, brown sugar and tea. Dated from Litchfield.
Item 2: Levi De Woolf invoice, 1822 Jun 2Add to your cart.
Elihu Harrison invoice to Levi De Woolf for goods purchased including cloth and silk.
Item 3: James Tuttle receipt, 1822 Jun 19Add to your cart.
Receipt from James Tuttle to Joseph Farnam for 50 cents received. Dated from Litchfield.
Item 4: Edward Johnson invoice, 1822 Jun 24Add to your cart.
Edward Johnson invoice to Elihu Harrison for goods purchased including knives and forks, blades, and files. Note of credit by supply of butter.
Item 5: Bradley & Bishop invoice, 1822 Aug 5Add to your cart.
Bradley & Bishop invoice to Mr. Palmer for wood purchased. Dated from New Haven. Note of payment received by C. Manvel.
Folder 13: Bills and receipts, 1822 Sep-DecAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Charles Bostwick & Co. invoice, 1822 Sep 13Add to your cart.
Charles Bostwick & Co. of New Haven invoice to Elihu Harrison for a dozen [skins?], with note of payment received in full.
Item 2: Elnathan Galpin receipt, 1822 Nov 1Add to your cart.
Elnathan Galpin receipt to Elihu Harrison for payment of balance due to the estate of Moses Galpin, late of Bethlem, on the account of a wagon left in Harrison's care and disposed of by him. Dated from Litchfield.
Item 3: Mrs. Burr Goodwin invoice, 1822 Nov 12Add to your cart.
Invoice from Elihu Harrison to Mrs. BUrr Goodwin for tea pot, butter, and fabric.
Item 4: John Farnam invoice, 1822 Nov 16Add to your cart.
William H. Harrison invoice to John Farnam for balance due on tickets. Dated from Litchfield.
Item 5: Edward Kellogg receipt, 1822 Dec 12Add to your cart.
Edward Kellogg receipt, signed by James B. Clark,  to Elihu Harrison for payment received from Harrison for $81.89. Dated from New York.
Item 6: Jonas M. Smith receipt, 1822 Dec 21Add to your cart.
Jonas M. Smith receipt to Elihu Harrison for receipt of his payment to apply on account of Mr. Pendleton of Norfolk.  Dated from Litchfield.
Item 7: Hotchkiss & Couch invoice, 1822 Dec 14Add to your cart.
Hotchkiss & Couch invoice to Elihu Harrison for books (Youths Arithmatic) to be sold or returned.
Folder 14: Bills and receipts, 1823 Jan-AprAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Mrs. Prentiss invoice, 1823 Jan 13Add to your cart.
Elihu Harrison invoice to Mrs. Prentiss for goods purchased including tea, brown sugar, tobacco, cloth, and brandy.
Item 2: Mathew More invoice, 1822 Jan 14Add to your cart.
Matthew More invoice to Elihu Harrison for earthenware with payment by goods from Harrison's store. Dated from Litchfield.
Item 3: Smith & Merwin invoice, 1823 Feb 7Add to your cart.
Smith & Merwin invoice to Henry Gibbs for sugar. Dated from New Haven.
Item 4: Marcus Botsford invoice, 1823 Apr 4Add to your cart.
Elihu Harrison invoice to Marcus Botsford for serving attachment  to Northrop & Smedley.
Item 5: James Tuttle receipt, 1823 Apr 16Add to your cart.
James Tuttle receipt to Col. Nathaniel Goodwin  for $4.00 received. Dated Litchfield.
Item 6: Ballard & Sanford invoice, 1823 Apr 23Add to your cart.
Ballard & Sanford of New Haven invoice for goods purchased with note of payment received.
Item 7: Jannah B. Phelps invoice, 1823 AprAdd to your cart.
Receipt to Jannah B. Phelps from [unsigned] for books received to be sold or returned. Dated from Torringford.
Item 8: Henry Eld invoice, 1823 Apr 24Add to your cart.
Henry Eld of New Haven invoice to Elihu Harrison for window blinds and curtain pins, with note of payment received.
Folder 15: Bills and receipts, 1823 May-JulAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Burr Wakeman invoice, 1823 May 20Add to your cart.
Burr Wakeman of New York invoice to Elihu Harrison for velvet and buttons, with note of payment received by J.S. Andrews.
Item 2: Nathaniel Paulding invoice, 1823 May 20Add to your cart.
Nathaniel Paulding of New York invoice to Elihu Harrison for a cask of wine, with note of payment received.
Item 3: E. Abrams invoice, 1823 May 21Add to your cart.
E. Abrams invoice to E. Harrison for goods purchased with note of payment received.
Item 4: James Tuttle receipts, 1823 Apr-JunAdd to your cart.
Receipts from James Tuttle to Col. N. Goodwin; Jabez Whittelsey; and Amos Johnson for payment on balances due for newspapers including Connecticut Journal; and Connecticut Herald.
Item 5: Moses Seymour, Jr. receipt, 1823 SepAdd to your cart.
Invoice from Moses Seymour, Jr. to Elihu Harrison for oil purchased with note of payment on Jan. 1, 1824.
Folder 16: Bills and receipts, 1823 Aug-DecAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Asa Bradley invoice, 1823 Sep 13Add to your cart.
Asa Bradley of New Haven invoice to Elihu Harrison for tobacco with note of payment received by Asa Bradley 2nd.
Item 2: Leman Dunning invoice, 1823 Sep 13Add to your cart.
Leman Dunning of New Haven invoice to Elihu Harrison for goods purchased including plates, dishes, and tumblers.
Item 3: Dunning, Raymond & Co. invoice, 1823 Sep 16Add to your cart.
Dunning Raymond & Co. of New Haven to Elihu Harrison for goods purchased with a note of payment received by A. Lucas.
Item 4: Truman Buel invoice, 1823 Dec 3Add to your cart.
Elihu Harrison invoice to Truman Beul for brandy.
Item 5: Lyman Hotchkiss invoice, 1823 Sep 17Add to your cart.
Lyman Hotchkiss invoice to Elihu Harrison and William Harrison for lumber and sawing clabboard, studs, and joists
Item 6: A. Bennett & Son invoice, 1823 Oct 31Add to your cart.
A. Bennett & Son of New Haven invoice to Elihu Harrison for calico and linen with a note of payment received.
Item 7: Charles Nicole invoice, 1823 Dec 3Add to your cart.
Charles Nicole of New Haven invoice to E. Harrison for china and glassware, with a note of payment received.
Folder 17: Bills and receipts, 1824 Jan-JunAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Seth Farnam receipt, 1824 Jan 6Add to your cart.
Seth Farnam's receipt to Elihu Harrison for payment by the Town of Litchfield for Harrison's taking care of Agard boy and fixing bridge. Dated from Litchfield.
Item 2: V. G. Hall invoice, 1824 May 28Add to your cart.
V.G. Hall of New York invoice to Elihu Harrison for calico and taffeta, with a note of payment received.
Item 3: Jacob S. Baker invoice, 1824 May 27Add to your cart.
Jacob S. Baker invoice to E. harrison for cotton casmer, with a note of payment received by Abraham Dumore.
Item 4: Charles Nicoll invoice, 1824 May 31Add to your cart.
Charles Nicoll of New Haven invoice to Elihu Harrison for goods including bowls, chambers, jugs and nappies. On the back is a note of payment received in full by Leonard Smith.
Folder 18: Bills and receipts, 1824 Jul-DecAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Henry Oaks invoice, 1824 Jul 9Add to your cart.
Henry Oaks of New Haven invoice to Elihu Harrison for goods including rum, tea, wrapping paper, nails & brooms. Payment by firkins of butter and cash.
Item 2: Dwight & Williams invoice, 1824 Nov 23Add to your cart.
Dwight & Williams of New Haven invoice to Elihu Harrison for goods including knives, locks, files, and blades.
Item 3: Garry Tompkins receipt, 1824 Nov 24Add to your cart.
Garry Tompkins of Plymouth receipt for Elihu Harrison by Chancy Warner.
Folder 19: Bills and receipts, 1825 Jan-JunAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Charles Buell receipt, 1825 Jan 15Add to your cart.
Charles Buell, collector, in Litchfield receipt to Clark Loveland by the hand of James W. harrison for his state and town tax on the 1823 list.
Item 2: Moses Bancroft invoice, 1825 Jan 5Add to your cart.
Moses Bancroft in Litchfield invoice to Harrison & Parmelee for 2 reams of paper. With note of payment received.
Item 3: Nathan Oaks invoice, 1825 Apr 18Add to your cart.
Nathan Oaks of New Haven invoice to Mr. Murry for mackerel with credit by flax. Note of payment received by Charles Lewis.
Item 4: Frederick Steel receipt, 1825 Aug 29Add to your cart.
Frederick Steel of Litchfield receipt to Elihu Harrison for $6.46 on account of William Harrison.
Item 5: Levi Van Hoesen invoiceAdd to your cart.
Item 6: Zadoc Dayton invoice, 1825 Aug 29Add to your cart.
Harrison & Parmelee invoice to Zadoc Dayton.
Folder 20: Bills and receipts, 1825 Sep 1-12Add to your cart.
Item 1: David Adee bill, 1825 Sep 12Add to your cart.
David Adee bill to Messrs. Harrison & Parmelee for yards of tartan. Note of payment received by C.D. Cobb.
Item 2: Arnold & Rose bill, 1825 Sep 12Add to your cart.
Arnold & Rose of New York invoice to Messrs. Harrison & Parmelee for goods. Note of payment received.
Item 3: Cooke & Scofield bill, 1825 Sep 12Add to your cart.
Cooke & Scofield of New York bill to Messrs. Harrison & Parmelee for yards of calico. Note of payment received by E. Bogart.
Item 4: Dore, Beecher & Co. bill, 1825 Sep 12Add to your cart.
Dore, Beecher & Co. of New York bill to Messrs. Harrison & Parmelee for goods purchased including silk braid, muslin, cravats, gloves, buttons, and cord. Note of payment, $84.49, received.
Item 5: E. Ellsworth & Co. bill, 1825 Sep 12Add to your cart.
E. Ellsworth & Co. of New York bill to Messrs. harrison & Parmelee for cloth with note of payment, $54.85,  received.
Item 6: Laverty & Ganthy bill, 1825 Sep 12Add to your cart.
Laverty & Ganthy of New York bill to Messrs. Harrison Parmelee for goods including Sea Isle sheeting and binding. Note of payment received by Smith Cutter.
Item 7: Mott & Gorham bills, 1825 Sep 12Add to your cart.
Two bills from Mott & Gorham of New York to Messrs. Harrison and Parmelee for goods including linens, table covers, and fabrics. Note of payment received by D.O. Tiffany
Item 8: J. & C. Nichols & Co. bill, 1825 Sep 12Add to your cart.
J. & C. Nichols of New York bill to Messrs. Harrison & Parmelee for yards of Caroline plaid. Note of payment received.
Item 9: Nostrand & White bill, 1825 Sep 12Add to your cart.
Nostrand & White, successors to Cornell & Nostrand, of New York, bill to Messrs. Harrison & Parmelee for goods purchased including scissors, blades, candlesticks, shovels, snuff boxes, hammers, combs, and knives. Note of payment received by Samuel M. Cornell. Billhead lists the firm as importer and wholesale dealers at 269 Pearl St., corner of Fulton, and selling hardware, cutlery, japan'd & fancy goods
Item 10: Daniel Oakley bill, 1825 Sep 12Add to your cart.
Daniel Oakley of New York bill to Messrs. Harrison & Parmelee for yards of plaid and fancy silk handkerchiefs. Note of payment received by John J. Stephens.
Item 11: Amos Palmer bill, 1825 Sep 12Add to your cart.
Amos Palmer of New York bill to Messrs. Harrison & Parmelee for bombazette, Caroline plaid, and gloves, with note of payment received.
Item 12: Peet & Moore bill, 1825 Sep 12Add to your cart.
Peet & Moore of New York bill to Messrs. Harrison & Parmelee for fabric, with note of payment received by _.A. Kilburn.
Item 13: Scribner & Hitchcock bill, 1825 Sep 12Add to your cart.
Scribner & Hitchcock of New York bill to Messrs. Harrison & Palmer for goods purchased with note of payment received.
Item 14: Shelters & King bill, 1825 Sep 12Add to your cart.
Shelters & King of New York bill to Harrison & Parmelee for yars of Caroline plaid and scarlet bombasett, with note of payment received.
Item 15: John P. Stagg bill, 1825 Sep 12Add to your cart.
John P. Stagg of New York bill to Messrs. Harrison & Parmly for goods purchased including fabrics and floss, with a note of payment received.
Item 16: R. N. Stone bill, 1825 Sep 12Add to your cart.
R.N. Stone of New York bill to Messrs. Harrison & Parmelee for goods purchased including fabrics, pins, and gloves with note of payment ($51.77) received by R. Chapman.
Item 17: William Underhill bill, 1825 Sep 12Add to your cart.
William Underhill of New York bill to Harrison & Parmelee for cravats and yards of sheeting and fabrics. Note of payment received.
Item 18: W. & J. VanBuskirk bill, 1825 Sep 12Add to your cart.
W. & J. VanBuskirk of New York bill to Messrs. Harrison & Parmelee for handkerchiefs, gloves and buttons with note of payment received.
Item 19: Weekes & Cheesman bill, 1825 Sep 12Add to your cart.
Weekes & Cheesman of New York bill to Messrs. Harrison & Parmelee for f large number of goods including bowls, teapots, plates, tumblers and mugs with note of payment ($104.83) received.
Folder 21: Bills and receipts, 1825 Sep 13Add to your cart.
Item 1: Stephen Baker bill, 1825 Sep13Add to your cart.
Stephen Baker of New York bill to Messrs. Hrrison & Parmelee for goods purchased including fabrics and combs with a note of payment received by James Welling.
Item 2: Burrall & Hoffman bill, 1825 Sep 13Add to your cart.
Burrall & Hoffman of New York bill to Messrs. Harrison & Parmelee for ?goods purchased with a note of payment received in full.
Item 3: Dose Beecher & Co. bill, 1825 Sep 13Add to your cart.
Dose Beecher & Co. of New York bill to Messrs. Harrison & Parmelee for plumes and silk hose with note of payment received.
Item 4: A.S. & F. Griswold bill, 1825 Sep 13Add to your cart.
A.S. & F. Griswold of New York bill to Messrs. A.S. & F. Griswold for goods including calico, cotton hose, vesting with a note of payment received by A. Fairchilds.
Item 5: Lord & Lees bill, 1825 Sep 13Add to your cart.
Lord & Lees of New York bill to Messrs. Harrison & Parmelee for fabrics with a note of payment received.
Item 6: T. & L. Van Antwerp bill, 1825 Sep 13Add to your cart.
T. & L. Van Antwerp of New York bill to Harrison & Parmelee for shawls, scarfs and umbrellas, with a note of payment received by James Van Anthwerp.
Item 7: Robert Wardell bill, 1825 Sep 13Add to your cart.
Robert Wardell of 254 Pearl Street, New York,  bill for 1 gross of reeds, with a note of payment received.
Item 8: J. & L. Watson bill, 1825 Sep 13Add to your cart.
J. & L. Watson of New York bill for 2 shawls with a note of payment received.
Item 9: N. & H. Weed bill, 1825 Sep 13Add to your cart.
J. & H. Weed of New York bill for yards of calico with a note of payment received by W.A. Livingston.
Folder 22: Bills and receipts, 1825 Sep 14-30Add to your cart.
Item 1: Silas Brown bill, 1825 Sep 14Add to your cart.
Silas Brown of New York bill for cravats with note of payment receided by C. Davenport.
Item 2: R.H. McCurdy & Co. bills, 1825 Sep 14Add to your cart.
Two bills from R.H. McCurdy & Co. of New York to Messrs. Harrison & Parmelee for fabrics purchased including bombazine, chintzprints, cambric, flannel, and cotton balls with note of payment received.
Item 3: J.J. Roosevelt & Son bill, 1825 Sep 14Add to your cart.
J.J. Roosevelt & Son of New York bill to Harrison & Parmelee for tea trays & tea waiters, with note of payment received.
Item 4: Stephens & Corlies bill, 1825 Sep 14Add to your cart.
Stephens & Corlies of New York bill to Messrs. Harris & Palmer for fabric purchased, with a note of payment received by E.W. Kingsland.
Item 5: Swan & Taylor bill, 1825 Sep 14Add to your cart.
Swan & Taylor of New York bill to Messrs.Harrison & Parmelee for 1 dozen blue bandanas with a note of payment received.
Item 6: T. & L. Van Antwerp bill, 1825 Sep 14Add to your cart.
T. & L. Van Antwerp of New York bill to Harrison & Parmelee for yards of fabric, with a note of payment received.
Item 7: J. Wilkinson bill, 1825 Sep 14Add to your cart.
J. Wilkinson of 53 Fulton Street, New York, bill for table mats with a note of payment received by James Wilkinson.
Item 8: Collins & Hanney bill, 1825 Sep 15Add to your cart.
Collins & Hanney of New York bill to Harrison & Palmer for a day book, with a note of payment received by F. Harper.
Item 9: James G. Haviland bill, 1825 Sep 15Add to your cart.
James G. Haviland of 213 Peal Street, New York, bill to Messrs. Harrison & Parmley for Silver eye'd needles and darning needles with a note of payment received.
Item 10: New Line Packets bill, 1825 Sep 15Add to your cart.
New Line Packets bill to Messrs. Harrison & Parmelee for shipping barrels, a sack of coffee, keg of raisins, chests of tea, and boxes.
Item 11: Jonathan Carrington bill, 1825 Sep 19Add to your cart.
Jonathan Carrington bill to Harrison & Parmlee for repairs and work done, with a note of payment received.
Folder 23: Bills and receipts, 1825 Oct 1-22Add to your cart.
Bills and receipts to merchants Elihu Harrison and Albert Parmelee, with the exception of one bill,  all are from wholesale merchants in New York. The October 22, 1825 items include merchants  with surnames A-D.
Item 1: Bradley & Wadsworth bill, 1825 Oct 1Add to your cart.
Bradley & Wadsworth of Litchfield bill to Harrison & Parmelee for a ream of wrapping paper and a ream of writing paper, with a note of payment received by _ Canfield.
Item 2: Andrew Blake bill, 1825 Oct 20Add to your cart.
Andrew Blake of New York bill for yards of shirtings with a note of payment received by William H. Riley.
Item 3: David Adee bill, 1825 Oct 21Add to your cart.
David Adee of new York bill for a cashmere shawl with a note of payment received.
Item 4: M.D. Benjamin bill, 1825 Oct 21Add to your cart.
M.D. Benjamin of New York bill to Messrs. Harrison & Parmelee for goods purchased with a note of payment received.
Item 5: David Brooks, Jr. bill, 1825 Oct 21Add to your cart.
David Brooks, Jr. of New York bill to Messrs. Harrison & Parmelee for goods purchased including brown sheeting and bleached sheeting and Canton crape, with a note of payment received by Peter S. Hammer.
Item 6: Cushman & Falconer bill, 1825 Oct 21Add to your cart.
Cushman & Falconer of New York bill to Messrs. Harrison & Parmelee for scarlet cashmere shawls, with a note of payment received.
Item 7: Lord & Lee bill, 1825 Oct 21Add to your cart.
Lord & Lee of New York bill to Harrison & Parmelee  for merchandise purchased, with a note of payment received by John Addoms.
Item 8: New York American receipt, 1825 Oct 21Add to your cart.
New York American receipt to Harrison & Parmelee for  a 6 month subscription.
Item 9: Silas Brown bill, 1825 Oct 21Add to your cart.
Silas Brown of New York bill for buttons and fabric, with a note of payment received by J.Brown, Jr.
Item 10: Wilbur & Marvin bill, 1825 Oct 21Add to your cart.
Wilbur & Marvin of New York bill to Harrison & Parmelee for lead pencils and linen tape, with a note of payment received by J. Wilbur.
Item 11: Arnold & Rose, 1825 Oct 22Add to your cart.
Arnold & Rose bill to Messrs. Harrison & Parmelee for thread, with a note of payment received.
Item 12: Jacob S. Baker bill, 1825 Oct 22Add to your cart.
Jacob S. Baker of New York bill to Harrison & Palmer for bombazette, with a note of payment received by A.J. Dumont.
Item 13: Dose Beecher & Co. bill, 1825 Oct 22Add to your cart.
Dose Beecher & Co. of New York bill to Mr. Parmelee for ribbon, with a note of payment received by Comstock.
Item 14: Brooks & Judson bills, 1825 Oct 22Add to your cart.
Two bills from Brooks & Judson of New York  to Messrs. Harrison & Parmelee for paper hangings and coat buttons, with  notes of payment received by _ Judson.
Item 15: Collins & Harvey bill, 1825 Oct 22Add to your cart.
Collins & Harvey bill to Harrison & Parmelee for merchandise with a note of payment received.
Folder 24: Bills and receipts, 1825 Oct 22Add to your cart.
Bills and receipts to merchants Elihu Harrison and Albert  Parmelee from wholesale merchants in New York. This folder continues Folder 23 and contains items for merchants  with surnames E-Z.
Item 1: E. Ellsworth & Co. bill, 1825 Oct 22Add to your cart.
E. Ellsworth & Co. of New York bill to Mesrs. Harrison & Parmelee for tartan plaid, with a note of payment received by R.D. McEwen
Item 2: Z. Griswold bill, 1825 Oct 22Add to your cart.
Z. Griswold of New York bill to Messrs. Harrison & Parmelee for fabric and cotton balls, with a note of payment received.
Item 3: F.L. Hallsey bill, 1825 Oct 22Add to your cart.
F.L. Hallsey of New York bill to Harrison & Parmelee for combs and other merchandise with a note of payment received.
Item 4: Hallock & Sheldon bill, 1825 Oct 22Add to your cart.
Hallock & Sheldon of New York bill to Harrison & Parmelee for yards of shirting with a note of payment received.
Item 5: Hawley & Moore bill, 1825 Oct 22Add to your cart.
Hawley & Moore of New York bill to Harrison & Parmely for fabrics, with a note of payment received.
Item 6: Jewett & Halsey bill, 1825 Oct 22Add to your cart.
Jewett & Halsey of New York bill to Harrison & Parmelee for ribbon and handkerchiefs with a note of payment received by George Palmer.
Item 7: J.W. & R. Leavitt bill, 1825 Oct 22Add to your cart.
J.W. & R. Leavitt of New York bill to Harrison & Parmalee for fabrics, suspenders, buttons, ribbon and shawls.
Item 8: J. & C. Nichols & Co., 1825 Oct 22Add to your cart.
J. & C. Nichols of New York bill to Harrison & Parmelee for blue cloth, with a note of payment received by Ch. Dellinger.
Item 9: Nostrand & White bill, 1825 Oct 22Add to your cart.
Nostrand & White of New York bill to Messrs. Harrison & parmelee for merchandise purchased including locks, knives, saws, brushes, and rasps. Nostrand & White, successors to Cornell & Nostrand, were wholesale dealers in hardward, cutlery, japan'd & fancy goods.
Item 10: John & William Penfold bill, 1825 Oct 22Add to your cart.
John & William Penfold of New York bill to Harrison & parmelee for sulphor, with a note of payment received by R.H. Haydock.
Item 11: Sharp & Tuttle bill, 1825 Oct 22Add to your cart.
Sharp & Tuttle of New York bill for a quality binding, with a note of payment received by William E. Everson.
Item 12: R.V. Stone bill, 1825 Oct 22Add to your cart.
R.V. Stone of New York bill for ribbons and tick with a note of payment received by R. Chapman.
Item 13: Weeks & Chapman bill, 1825 Oct 22Add to your cart.
Weeks & Chapman of New York bill for china & glassware, with a note of payment received.
Folder 25: Bills and receipts, 1825 Oct 25-Dec 6Add to your cart.
Item 1: Stephen Baker bill, 1825 Oct 24Add to your cart.
Stephen Baker of New York bill  for combs with a note of payment received by James Welling.
Item 2: Dose Beecher & Co. bill, 1825 Oct 24Add to your cart.
Dose Beecher & Co. of New York bill to Harrison & Parmelee for merchandise with a note of payment received.
Item 3: Burrall & Hoffman bill, 1825 Oct 24Add to your cart.
Burrall & Hoffman of New York bill for beaver gloves, with a note of payment received by Henry Hunt.
Item 4: M.D. Benjamin bill, 1825 Nov 1Add to your cart.
M.D. Benjamin of New York bill for fabric.
Item 5: Meigs D. Benjamin receipt, 3 Dec 1825Add to your cart.
Meigs D. Benjamin of New York receipt to Messrs. Harrison and Parmelee for payment of $9.25 received.
Item 6: A. & A. Mattby & Co. bill, 1825 Dec 5Add to your cart.
A. & A. Mattby & Co. of New Haven bill for books: American Precepetors and Testaments, with a note of payment received by D. Hunt.
Item 7: Leonard Bradley bill, 1825 Dec 6Add to your cart.
Leonard Bradley of New Haven bill for buttons, braid and satin.
Item 8: William H. Elliot bill, 1825 Dec 6Add to your cart.
William H. Elliot of New Haven bill for merchandise with not of payment received by H.W. Brintnall.
Item 9: Grindley Harrison bill, 1825 Dec 6Add to your cart.
Grindley Harrison of New Haven bill to Harrison & Parmelee for furnaces with a note of payment received by A. H. Foote.
Item 10: Hughes & Redfield bill, 1825 Dec 6Add to your cart.
Hughes & Redfield of No. 129 Chapel St., New Haven, bill to Harrison & Parmelee for shawls, crape, and book cord, with a note of payment received by James Sherman.
Item 11: William McCrackan & Co. bill, 1825 Dec 6Add to your cart.
William McCracken & Co. of New Haven bill  for merchandise including leather mittens, velvet purses and boot cord, with a note of payment received.
Item 12: William A. Thompson bill, 1825 Dec 6Add to your cart.
William A. Thompson of New Haven bill for cambric and flax [?] with note of payment received by J.F. Noyes.
Folder 26: Bills and receipts, 1825 Dec 7-31Add to your cart.
Item 1: Austin & Robinson, 1825 Dec 7Add to your cart.
Austin & Robinson of New Haven bill for pins and satin with a note of payment received.
Item 2: David Willson bill, 1825 Dec 8Add to your cart.
David Willson of Litchfield bill to Messrs. Harrison & Parmelee for brandy, with a note of payment received.
Item 3: Lewis Bushnell bill, 1825 Dec 16Add to your cart.
Lewis Bushnell of Litchfield bill for herds grass seed, with a note of payment received.
Item 4: Charles Buell receipt, 1825 Dec 22Add to your cart.
Charles Buell, Litchfield tax collector, receipt  for William H. Harrison by the hand of Harrison Parmelee for payment of $4.63 for state and town taxes.
Folder 27: Bills and receipts, 1826 Jan-MarAdd to your cart.
Item 1: J. Whiting bill, 1826 Jan 5Add to your cart.
J. Whiting of Litchfield bill to E. Harrison for rent of farm and pasturing cow, with a note of payment received.
Item 2: James WIlson bill, 1826 Jan 23Add to your cart.
James Wilson of Litchfield bill for tumblers and decanters, with a note of payment received.
Item 3: Eli W. Beech & Co. receipt, 1826 Feb 3Add to your cart.
Eli W. Beech & Co. of New Haven receipt to Harrison & Parmelee for payment of $1.52 for freight per New Line Packet, with note of payment received by Daniel F. Foot.
Item 4: Harrison & Parmelee bill to Samuel Langdon of New Haven for butter, with note of payment by dinner, horse keeping, and cash.Add to your cart.
Item 5: David Wilson of Litchfield bill for brandy with note of payment $24.45 received.Add to your cart.
Item 6: O. & W. Sherman, 1826 Feb 21Add to your cart.
O. & W. Sherman of Bridgeport bill to Messrs. Harrison & Parmelee for furnaces, with note of payment received.
Folder 28: Bills and receipts, 1826 Apr 1-17Add to your cart.
Item 1: William Newbury bill, 1826 Apr 1Add to your cart.
William Newbury of Litchfield bill to Harrison & Parmelee for confectionary, with a note of payment received.
Item 2: David Wilson bill, 1826 Apr 1Add to your cart.
David Wilson of Litchfield bill for barrels of brandy, with a note of payment received.
Item 3: Elisha Hempsted bill, 1826 Apr 8Add to your cart.
Elisha Hempsted bill to David C. Whittlesey for watch repair. On the back is a note from E. Hempsted to pay the account to Harrison & Parmelee.
Item 4: Wiggins & Pearson bill, 1826 Apr 13Add to your cart.
Wiggins & Pearson , auctioneers, of 68 William St., New York, bill to Harrison for music books and merchandise with note of payment received.
Item 5: A. L. Halsted bill, 1826 Apr 14`Add to your cart.
A.L. Halsted of New York bill to E. Harrison for scissors, tea trays, powder flasks, pen knives and tobacco boxes, with a note of payment received by E. Cornell.
Item 6: Andrew L. Halsted bill, 1826 Apr 15Add to your cart.
Andrew L. Halsted of New York bill to E. Harrison for shoe knives, snuff boxes, combs, and tacks, with a note of payment received.
Item 7: John P. Stagg bill, 1826 Apr 17Add to your cart.
John P. Stagg of New York bill for handkerchiefs and lace, with a note of payment received by Abner Gilbert.
Folder 29: Bills and receipts, 1826 Apr 18-20Add to your cart.
Item 1: David Adee bill, 1826 Apr 18Add to your cart.
David Adee of New York bill for cambric, pins, and lace, with a note of payment received by H. Miles.
Item 2: Brooks & Judson bill, 1826 Apr 18Add to your cart.
Brooks & Judson of New York bill for muslin, suspenders, hose, gloves, cotton cords and shirt buttons, with a note of payment received.
Item 3: J.W. Calee bill, 1826 Apr 18Add to your cart.
J.W. Calee bill for shell combs, with a note of payment received.
Item 4: David Felt bill, 1826 Apr 18Add to your cart.
David Felt of New York bill for quills, wafers, and playing cards with a note of payment received by James S. Roberg.
Item 5: Hawley & Moore bill, 1828 Apr 18Add to your cart.
Hawley & Morre of New York bill to Messrs. harrison & Parmelee for fabrics including linen, muslin, and sheetings. with note of payment received.
Item 6: Hawley & Talbot bill, 1826 Apr 18Add to your cart.
Hawley & Talbot of New York bill for ribbons and handkerchiefs, with a note of payment received.
Item 7: J.W.H. Lawrence bill, 1826 Apr 18Add to your cart.
James V.H. Lawrence of 208 Pearl St., New York, bill for stripes, gingham and calico, with a note of payment received by Elias H. Hubbard.
Item 8: Lord & Lees bill, 1826 Apr 18Add to your cart.
Lord & Lees of New York bill for handkerchiefs and fabric, with note of payment received by D.H. Granger.
Item 9: New York American receipt, 1826 Apr 18Add to your cart.
Receipt from the office of the New York American for a 6 months subsctiption to Messrs. Harrison & Parmelee, signed by D.K. Minor.
Item 10: B.F. Phelps bill, 1826 Apr 18Add to your cart.
B.F. Phelps of New York bill to Harrison & Parmelee for purchases including rice fans and paper fans.
Item 11: Laverty & Gantley, 1826 Apr 18Add to your cart.
Laverty & Gantley of New York bill to Harrison & Parmelee for merchandise including fabrics and ribbon, with a note of payment received by Smith Cuttin.
Item 12: Weyman & Clark bill, 1826 Apr 18Add to your cart.
Weyman & Clark of New York bill for striped valencia, with a note of payment received by Samuel B. Strang.
Item 13: Dose Beecher & Co., 1826 Apr 19Add to your cart.
Dose Beecher & Co. of New York bill for merchandise, with a note of payment received.
Item 14: Laverty & Gantley bill, 1826 Apr 19Add to your cart.
Laverty & Gantley of New York bill for cloth, with note of payment received by Smith Cuttis, Jr.
Item 15: J.R. Willis & Son bill, 1826 Apr 19Add to your cart.
J.R. Willis & Son of New York bill to Harrison & Parmelee for a large variety of goods including shovels, buttons, marbles, locks, brushes, candlesticks, kettles, curtain rings, lamps, sand paper, fish hooks, and halter chains, with a note of payment $70.54, received.
Item 16: R. Steele bill, 1826 Apr 20Add to your cart.
R. Steele of New York bill for fancy handkerchiefs with a note of payment received.
Folder 30: Bills and receipts, 1826 Apr 20-May 31Add to your cart.
Item 1: John Smith bill, 1826 Apr 22Add to your cart.
John Smith of Litchfield bill to Harrison & Parmelee for wheel heads, with a note of payment received.
Item 2: Mr. Hollis bill, 1826 Apr 26Add to your cart.
Mr. Hollis of Litchfield bill for scythes, with a note of paymetn received.
Item 3: Hector Jones bill, 1826 Apr 27Add to your cart.
Hector Jones of Litchfield bill for clover seed, with a note of payment received.
Item 4: David Wilson bill, 1826 MayAdd to your cart.
David Wilson bill to Harrison & Parmelee for 70 gallons of cider brandy, with note of payment received.
Item 5: Morris Johnson bill, 1826 May 16Add to your cart.
Morris Johnson bill to Elihu Harrison for work and cating ashes.
Item 6: Joel Hull bill, 1826 May25Add to your cart.
Joel Hull of Litchfield bill for 3 dozen teaspoons, with a note of payment received.
Item 7: William McCrackan & Co., 1826 May 29Add to your cart.
William McCrackan of New Haven bill for belt ribbon, with note of payment received.
Item 8: A. Burritt & Son bill, 1826 May 30Add to your cart.
A. Burritt & Son of New Haven bill for handkerchiefs, with a note of payment received.
Item 9: Leonard Bradley bill, 1826 May 30Add to your cart.
Leonard Bradley of New Haven bill for gloves, silk, pencils, calico and other goods,
Item 10: S.R. Crane, 1826 May 30Add to your cart.
Samuel R. Crane of New Haven bill for velveteen, cloth and other items, with a note of payment received.
Folder 31: Bills and receipts, 1826 Jun -DecAdd to your cart.
Item 1: James McFeily bill, 1826 Jun 8Add to your cart.
James McFeily of Litchfield bill to Harrison & parmelee for tumblers, with a note of payment received.
Item 2: Lawson C. Ives bill, 1826 Jun 13Add to your cart.
Lawson C. Ives of Litchfield bill to Harrison & Parmelee for spools of thread, with a note of payment received.
Item 3: F.S. Parker bill, 1826 Jun 26Add to your cart.
Frederick S. Parker of Bethlehem bill for glass lamps, with a note of payment received.
Item 4: George Bennett bills, 1826 Jun 29Add to your cart.
Two bills from Geroge Bennett of Litchfield for scythes, with notes of payments received.
Item 5: William Newbery bill, 1826 Jul 1Add to your cart.
William Newbery of Litchfield bill to Harrison & Parmelee for confectionary, with a note of payment received.
Item 6: Asahel A. Hotchkiss bill, 1826 Jul 5Add to your cart.
Asahel A. Hotchkiss of Litchfield bill for 6 horse hide wallets with a note of payment received.
Item 7: Leonard Bradley receipt, 1826 Aug 9Add to your cart.
Leonard Bradley of New Haven receipt to Messrs. Harrison & Parmelee for payment of $29.85.
Item 8: Spalding & Beach bill, 1826 Aug 10Add to your cart.
Spalding & Beach of New Haven bill for belt ribbon, with a note of payment received by S.B. Griffiney.
Item 9: A. Burritt & Son, 1826 Aug 10Add to your cart.
A. Burritt & Son of New Haven bill for dark prints, with a note of payment received.
Item 10: D.D. Newberry bill, 1826 Aug 15Add to your cart.
Daniel D. Newbery of Litchfield bill for confectionary with a note of payment received.
Item 11: S. Trowbridge bill, 1826 Sep 25Add to your cart.
S. Trowbridge of Litchfield bill to Albert O. Parmelee for making pants and vests
Item 12: James McGinley bill, 1826 Sep 26Add to your cart.
James McGinley of Litchfield bill to Elihu Harrison for 6 decanters, with a note of payment received.
Item 13: Charles Seymour bill, 1826 Oct 1Add to your cart.
Charles Seymour of Litchfeild bill to Elihu Harrison for postage, with a note of payment received by A.S. Lewis.
Item 14: New York American receipt, 1826 Oct 2Add to your cart.
Receipt from the office of the New York American to E. Harrison for 6 months subscription.
Folder 32: Bills and receipts, 1827 Jan-MarAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Charles Seymour receipt, 1827 Jan 1Add to your cart.
Charles Seymour receipt for letter postage from Oct. 1, 1826 and newspaper dated from Litchfield to Elihu Harrison.
Item 2: Truman Stone bill, 1827 Jan 1Add to your cart.
Truman Stone bill to Harrison & Parmelee for cheese with note of payment received.
Item 3: Charles Buell receipt, 1827 Feb 5Add to your cart.
Charles Buell, tax collector in Litchfield, receipt for Lemuel Smith state & town taxes for 1825 paid by the hand of Elihu Harrison.
Item 4: Mr. Walker bill, 1827 Feb 8Add to your cart.
Elihu Harrison bill to Mr. Walker for 1 quart of lamp oil.
Item 5: P. & B. Mullens bill, 1827 Mar 16Add to your cart.
P. & B. Mullens of Litchfield bill to E. Harrison for tobacco, with note of payment received.
Item 6: Sherman Pierpont receipt, 1827 Mar 20Add to your cart.
Sherman Pierpont of Litchfield receipt to Elihu Harrison for $123.30 in full for an execution in his favor against Abraham & Jacob Moss.
Folder 33: Bills and receipts, 1827 Apr-MayAdd to your cart.
Item 1: A. Morfs bill, 1827 Apr 20Add to your cart.
A. Morfs of New York bill to Elihu Harrison for cloth with a note of payment received.
Item 2: J. Wilkingon bill, 1827 Apr 20Add to your cart.
James Wilkinson of 53 Fulton St., New York bill to E. Harrison for baskets, with a note of payment received. Billhead lists J. Wilkinson as having a general assortment of  willow ware, cedar ware, table and floor mats, etc. for sale.
Item 3: Ferdinand L. Wilsey bill, 1827 Apr 21Add to your cart.
Ferdinand L. Wilsey of No. 33 Fulton Street, New York, bill to Elihu Harrison for Brazilian and other combs, with note of payment received. Billhead is for Comb Store.
Item 4: A.S. Marvin bill, 1827 Apr 21Add to your cart.
A.S. Marvin of New York bill to Elihu Harrison for 10 yards of Lasting, with a note of payment received.
Item 5: Cooke & [Munal?] bill, 1827 Apr 21Add to your cart.
Cooke & [Munal?] of New York bill to Elihu Harrison for fabrics including muslin, cambrie, shirting; silk gloves, buttons, suspenders, with a note of payment received by [Bylon] Wilkinson.
Item 6: Laverty and Gantley bill, 1827 Apr 23Add to your cart.
Laverty & Gantley of New York bill to Elihu Harrison for fabrics and other merchandise totalling $278.16. Note of a cash payment of $100.
Item 7: Lord & Lees bill, 1827 Apr 23Add to your cart.
Lord & Lees of New York bill to E. Harrison for cravats, bobbinet, lace, and handkerchiefs with a note of payment received.
Item 8: W.M. & D.P. Phillips bill, 1827 Apr 23Add to your cart.
W.D. & D.P. Phillips of New York bill for various types of shoes, with a note of payment received.
Item 9: William Farnam bill, 1827 May 4Add to your cart.
William Farnam of Litchfield bill to Mr. harrison for 1/2 dozen whips for $18.00 with a note of payment received in goods.
Item 10: Frederick Deming bill, 1827 May 9Add to your cart.
Frederick Deming of Litchfeild bill to Elihu Harrison for 3, 2, and 1 gallon potts, with a note of payment received. Also a note that if any are imperfect, they may be returned.
Item 11: David Willson bill, 1827 May 12Add to your cart.
David Willson bill to E. Harrison for barrels of brandy.
Item 12: Samuel Merchant bill, 1827 May 16Add to your cart.
Samuel Merchant of New Haven bill.
Folder 34: Bills and receipts, 1827 Jun-Oct 13Add to your cart.
Item 1: Lyman Hine receipt, 1827 Jun 12Add to your cart.
Printed receipt and bill for portable furnaces received from William Odell for Lyman Hine, signed by Elihu Harrison of Litchfield who received the furnaces and will sell them with a 20 percent commission or return them. Note of payment received by Lyman Hine.
Item 2: S.P. Beers bill, 1827 Jun 13Add to your cart.
S.P. Beers bill of $14.50 to Barzillai Antz [Arntz] for an old cow to be paid to Elihu Harrison.
Item 3: Leonard Bradley, 1827 Jun 26Add to your cart.
Leonard Bradley of New Haven bill to Elihu Harrison for ribbons and domestic shirting, with a note of payment received.
Item 4: Heman Osborn receipt, 1827 Jun 26Add to your cart.
Receipt to Heman Osborn by W. Porter for Elihu Harrison in Litchfield for 3 bushels of corn received by Harrison to be applied to Tomlinson Wells account.
Item 5: James Martin bill, 1827 Jul 16Add to your cart.
James Martin of Litchield bill to Elihu Harrison for 10 dozen buck skin lashes, eith a note of payment received.
Item 6: Richard Bristol receipt, 1827 Sep 22Add to your cart.
Receipt to Richard Bristol in Litchfield for 1 barrel of brandy containing 34 gallons to be applied to Tomlinson Wells account at 34 cents per gallon.
Item 7: William Buel receipt, 1827 Sep 10Add to your cart.
William Buel, Litchfield Female Academy treasurer, of Litchfield, receipt to Elihu Harrison for $15.00 for his subscription to one share in the Litchfield Female Academy.
Item 8: Sanford & Elliott vill, 1827 Sep 25Add to your cart.
Sanford & Elliot of New Haven bill to Messrs. Sanford, Skilton & Harrison for 1 ton of plaster.
Item 9: Abraham Mabee bill, 1827 OctAdd to your cart.
Abraham Mabee bill to Elihu Harrison for wash tubs.
Item 10: E. Armitage bill, 1827 Oct 13Add to your cart.
E. Armitage of New York bill for hose and gloves, with a note of payment received. Billhead for wholesale & retail hosiery and glove store, no. 53 Maiden Lane.
Item 11: Cooke & Maura bill, 1827 Oct 13Add to your cart.
Cooke & Maura of New York bill to E. Harrison for scarlet Valentia shawls, with a note of payment received.
Item 12: Hait & Phelps bill, 1827 Oct 13Add to your cart.
Hait & Phelps of New York bill to Elihu Harrison for almonds and barrels of [?] with a note of payment received.
Item 13: Laverty & Gantley receipt, 1827 Oct 13Add to your cart.
Laverty & Gantley of New York receipt to Elihu Harrison for $28.16 payment in full.
Item 14: Edward Smith bill, 1827 Oct 13Add to your cart.
Edward Smith of New York bill to Mr. Harrison for silk umbrellas, with a note of payment received.
Item 15: Wilson & Clussman bill, 1827 Oct 13Add to your cart.
Wilson & Clussman bill to Elihu Harrison for franklin stoves and cartage, with a note of payment received.
Folder 35: Bills and receipts, 1827 Oct 14-DecAdd to your cart.
Item 1: David Willson bill, 1827 Oct 24Add to your cart.
David Willson of Harwinton bill to Meret Washburn for 303 gallons of cider brandy.
Item 2: Mineas Sumay bill, 1827 OctAdd to your cart.
M. Sumay bill to Elihu Harrison for sawing and cutting wood.
Item 3: Orange M. Stevens bill, 1827 Dec 5Add to your cart.
Orange M. Stevens of Salem Bridge bill to Elihu Harrison in Litchfield for forks and vest buttons.
Item 4: E. Shepard & Son bill, 1827 Dec 7Add to your cart.
E. Shepard & Son bill to Mr. Carrington for salt, with a note of payment received.
Item 5: Lyman Hine bill, 1827 Dec 7Add to your cart.
Lyman Hine of New Milford bill to Elihu Harrison for a dozen furnaces.
Item 6: Lyman Hine receipt, 1827 Dec 8Add to your cart.
Lyman Hine of New Milford receipt to Elihu Harrison for payment in full for a dozen furnaces sold to Harrison.
Folder 36: Bills and receipts, 1828 Jan-AprAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Tomlinson Wells bill, 1828 Jan 18Add to your cart.
Elihu Harrison bill to Tomlinson Wells for a note against J. Clark, brandy, blanket, oil, and corn, with a note of settlement.
Item 2: John S. Stone bill, 1828 Jan 21Add to your cart.
John S. Stone bill to Elihu Harrison for hymnals with a note of payment received.
Item 3: Joel Hull bill, 1828 Mar 7Add to your cart.
Joel Hull of Litchfield bill to Elihu Harrison for combs and knitting cotton.
Item 4: A.B. Rumsey bill, 1828 Apr 10Add to your cart.
A.B. Rumsey of New Yorkbill to E. Harrison for almonds, peanuts, pecans and other items, with a note of payment received.
Item 5: Levi Cook & Co., 1828 Apr 12Add to your cart.
Levi Cook & Co. of New York bill to E. Harrison for combs with a note of payment received.
Item 6: C. Smith & Co. bill, 1828 Apr 12Add to your cart.
C. Smith & Co. of New York bill for gloves with a note of payment received by D.H. Clark.
Item 7: H.B. Skidmore bill, 1828 Apr 14Add to your cart.
H.B. Skidmore of New York bill for goods purchased, with note of payment received.
Item 8: [Bechman?] & Johnson bill, 1827 Apr 14Add to your cart.
[Bechman?] and Johnson of New York bill to Elihu Harrison for fabrics with a note of payment received.
Item 9: Silas White bill, 1828 Apr 14Add to your cart.
Silas White of New York bill for black lace shawls with a note of payment received.
Item 10: John S. Seymour bill, 1828 Apr 14Add to your cart.
John S. Seymour of New York bill for gingham, silk, muslin, and other fabrics with a notes of payment received.
Item 11: Hawley & Talbot bill, 1828 Apr 15Add to your cart.
Hawley & Talbot of New York bill for ribbons and gloves, with a note of payment received.
Item 12: Latten & Cheshire bill, 1828 Apr 15Add to your cart.
Latten & Cheshire of 325 Pearl St.,New York, bill to E. Harrison for goods, with a note of payment received.
Item 13: E.L. Embree bill, 1828 Apr 15Add to your cart.
E.L. Embree of 414 Pearl St., New York, bill for muslin & fabric, with a note of payment received.
Item 14: New York American receipt, 1828 Apr 21Add to your cart.
Receipt from the office of the New York American to E. Harrison for a 6 month subscription. Receipt signed by F.J. McConnell.
Folder 37: Bills and receipts, 1828 May - SepAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Eliada Peck bill, 1828 May 1Add to your cart.
Eliada Peck bill to Elihu Harrison for 110 pounds of beef fat, a load of walnut wood, and service of a write Root Atwater vs. Samuel Canfield, with a note of payment received.
Item 2: Josiah Parks bill, 1828 Jul 7Add to your cart.
Josiah Parks bill to Elihu Harrison for stage rides in 1827 & 1828 to New Haven, with a note of payment received.
Item 3: Beckman & Johnson bill, 1828 Jul 9Add to your cart.
Beckman & Johnson of New York bill to Elihu Harrison for cologne water, buttons, handkerchiefs, silk umbrellas, etc. with a note of payment received by William M. Clarke.
Item 4: A.B. Rumsey bill, 1828 Jul 9Add to your cart.
A.B. Rumsey of New York bill to E. Harrison with a note of payment received by J.Redmond.
Item 5: J.S. Seymour bill, 1828 Jul 9Add to your cart.
J.S. Seymour of No. 41 Maiden Lane, New York, bill to E. Harrison for fabrics with a note of payment received by William M. Foster.
Item 6: L. Cook & Co. bill, 1828 Jul 10Add to your cart.
L. Cook & Co. of New York bill for combs, with a note of payment received by C. Graves.
Item 7: Joel Hull bill, 1828 Jul 10Add to your cart.
Joel Hull of Litchfield bill for knitting cotton yarn and ivory pocket combs, with a note of payment received.
Item 8: Latten & Cheshire bill, 1828 Jul 11Add to your cart.
Latten & Cheshire of New York bill with a note of payment received.
Item 9: Jeremiah Brown bill, 1828 Jul 30Add to your cart.
Jeremiah Brown bill to Mr. Carrington for codfish, with a note of payment received.
Item 10: Joshua Garritt bill, 1828 Aug 11Add to your cart.
Joshua Garritt bill to Elihu Harrison for 1827 & 1828 purchases including books, blanks & a brass lamp.
Folder 38: Bills & receipts, 1828 Oct-DecAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Lyman Hine bill, 1828 Oct 10Add to your cart.
Lyman Hine bill to Elihu Harrison for partable furnaces, with note of payment received May 15, 1829.
Item 2: W.S. & P.T. Hotchkiss bill, 1828 Oct 9Add to your cart.
W.S. & P.T. Hotchkiss of New Haven bill to E. Harrison for coal, with a note of payment received.
Item 3: L. Holbrook & Co. bill, 1828 Oct 11Add to your cart.
L. Holbrook & Co. of New York bill to Elihu Harrison for sheeting and shirting, with a note of payment received.
Item 4: Andrew L. Halsted bill, 1828 Oct 12Add to your cart.
Andrew L. Halsted of no. 152 Pearl, New York, to Elihu Harrison for locks, knives, saws, and other hardware with a note of payment received.
Item 5: A.B. Rumsey bill, 1828 Oct 14Add to your cart.
A.B. Rumsey of New York bill to E. Harrison for raisins, almonds and peanuts with a note of payment received.
Item 6: Beckman & Johnson bill, 1828 Oct 15Add to your cart.
Beckman & Johnson of new York bill to Elihu Harrison for many types of fabrics, silk unbrellas, horse blankets, gloves, & buttons for a total of $136.73.
Item 7: Hallett & Shotwell bill, 1828 Oct 15Add to your cart.
Hallett & Shotwell of New York vill to E. harrison for shawls and flannel, with a note of payment received.
Item 8: Charles P. Howells bill, 1828 Oct 15Add to your cart.
Charles P. Howells of New York bill to E. Harrison for goods, with a note of payment received.
Item 9: J.S. Seymour bill, 1828 Oct 15Add to your cart.
J.S. Seymour of 41 Maiden lane, New York, bill to E. Harrison for fabrics, shawls and cravats, with partial credit by payment in cash.
Item 10: Charles L. Webb bill, 1828 Oct 17Add to your cart.
Charles L. Webb of Litchfield bill to Elihu Harrison for 41 yards of blue camblet, with a note of payment received.
Item 11: Charles & John D. Wolfe bill, 1828 Oct 24Add to your cart.
Charles & John D. Wolfe of New York bill to E.A. Lord, by Mr. Harrison for many items of merchandise including snuff boxes, brushes, pencils, spoons, dog collars, razors, butons, cloak clasps, etc.
Item 12: Cushman & Falconer bill, 1828 Oct 30Add to your cart.
Cushman & Falconer of New York bill to Mr. Harrison with a note of payment received.
Item 13: Clark & Williams bill, 1828 Oct 31Add to your cart.
Clark & Williams of New York bill for black silk braid, with a note of payment received.
Item 14: Abner R. Lord & Co. bill, 1828 Nov 1Add to your cart.
Abner R. Lord & Co. of 412 Pearl St., New York, bill to E. Harrison for black ribbon, with a note of payment received.
Item 15: J.S. Seymour bill, 1828 Nov 3Add to your cart.
J.S. Seymour of New York bill to E. Harrison for 16 yards of black cord with a note of payment received.
Item 16: Orange M. Stevens bill, 1828 Nov 6Add to your cart.
Orange M. Stevens bill to Elihu Harrison for gilt buttons.
Item 17: Orange M. Stevens bill, 1828 Dec 11Add to your cart.
Orange M. Stevens of Salem Bridge to Elihu Harrison for 2 gross of gilt buttons.
Folder 39: Bills and receipts, 1829 Jan-MarAdd to your cart.
Item 1: James McFeely bill, 1829 Jan 6Add to your cart.
James McFeely of Litchfield bill to Elihu Harrison for lamps, salts and tumblers, with a note of payment received.
Item 2: John Scovill, Jr. bill, 1829 Jan 10Add to your cart.
John Scovill, Jr. of Litchfield bill to Elihu Harrison for 1 barrel (34 gallons) of old whiskey and transportation, with a note of payment received.
Item 3: Tomlinson Wells bill, 1829 Jan 12Add to your cart.
Tomlinson Wells bill for the account of Elihu Harrison for dying fabric and other items, with a note of payment received.
Item 4: Laverty & Ganthey receipt, 1829 Jan 16Add to your cart.
Laverty & Ganthey of New York receipt to E. Harrison for a draft of Reed & Lee for $65.14 which is credited to his account.
Item 5: John Durkee bill, 1829 Jan 26Add to your cart.
John Durkee of Litchfield bill to Elihu Harrison for thread & sewing silk, with a note of payment received.
Item 6: C.S. Paddock bill, 1829 Jan 28Add to your cart.
C.S. Paddock of Litchfield bill to Elihu Harrison for knitting cotton, combs, pencils, bodkins, and buttons, with a note of payment received.
Item 7: John and James Stone bill, 1829 Jan 30Add to your cart.
Elihu Harrison bill to John & James Stone for cheese boxes and packing barrels.
Item 8: Jospeh W. Mason bill, 1829 FebAdd to your cart.
Joseph W. Mason of Litchfield bill to Elihu Harrison for discount with Harrison's brother James.
Item 9: Gordon Burnham bill, 1829 Feb 21Add to your cart.
Gordon Burnham of Litchfield bill to Elihu Harrison for buttons, lamps, combs and pins, with a note of payment received.
Item 10: Daniel Fay bill, 1829 Mar 4Add to your cart.
Daniel Fay of Litchfield bill to Elihu Harrison for pails and sets of wooden measures, with a note of payment received.
Folder 40: Bills & receipts, 1829 AprAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Rufus Clark receipt, 1829 Apr 13Add to your cart.
Elihu Harrison receipt that he received 2 dozen mens grass hats and 1/2 dozen boys hats from Rufus Clark to sell or return to Clark. Dated from Litchfield.
Item 2: Beckman & Johnson receipt, 1829 Apr 15Add to your cart.
Beckman & Johnson of New York receipt for $135.73 received from Elihu Harrison.
Item 3: J.S. Seymour bill, 1829 Apr 16Add to your cart.
J.S. Seymour of New York bill to El. Harrison for merchandise, with a note of payment received.
Item 4: John Strauss & Co. bill, 1829 Apr 17Add to your cart.
John Strauss & Co. of New York bill for 11 pairs of super white gloves, with a note of payment received by Joel D. Stebbins.
Item 5: R. Kingsland & Co. bill, 1829 Apr 18Add to your cart.
R. Kingsland & Co. of New York bill to E. Harrison for tobacco boxes, knives, pen knives, forks, etc., with a note of payment received by Simeon Hyde, Jr.
Item 6: Purdy & Rapelye bill, 1829 Apr 18Add to your cart.
Purdy & Rapelye of no. 61 Maiden Land, New York, bill to E. Harrison for Flemish linen, with a note of payment received. Billhead for Purdy & Rapelye, wholesale and retail dealers in dry goods, and house-keeping articles.
Item 7: Arnold & Rose, 1829 Apr 20Add to your cart.
Arnold & Rose of New York bill to E. Harrison for gingham robes, rose soap, London vesting, twilled cotton ferritts, etc. with a note of payment received.
Item 8: Cooke & Pratt bill, 1829 Apr 20Add to your cart.
Cooke & Pratt of New York bill to Elihu Harrison for gingham, handkerchiefs, bonninet, etc. with a note of payment received by W.H. Thompson.
Item 9: New York Mirror receipt, 1829 Apr 20Add to your cart.
Receipt for payment to the New York Mirror, and Ladies' Literary Gazette for a 6 month subscription for Elihu Harrison.
Item 10: Latten & Cheshire bill, 1829 Apr 20Add to your cart.
Latten & Cheshire of New York bill to E. Harrison for locks and other items,with a note of payment received.
Item 11: A.B. Rumsey bill, 1829 Apr 20Add to your cart.
A.B. Rumsey of New York bill to E. Harrison for raisins, honey, peanuts, filberts, almonds, etc. with a note of payment received.
Item 12: Birge & Braman vill, 1829 Apr 24Add to your cart.
Bill to Birge & Braman for a barrel of rum bought from Hiram [Ca  ?] of Hartford with a notation that Elihu Harrison bought the bill of Birge & Braman. On the back is a note B. Kilborn & Co. bill.
Folder 41: Bills and receipts, 1829 May-OctAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Orange M. Stevens bill, 1829 May 8Add to your cart.
Orange M. Stevens of Salem Bridge bill to Elihu Harrison for 2 gross of gilt buttons.
Item 2: R.C. Steele bill, 1829 May 22Add to your cart.
R.C. Steele of Woodbury bill to Elihu Harrison for hats.
Item 3: Smith & Bills bill, 1829 May 27Add to your cart.
Smith & Bills of Litchfield bill to Elihu Harrison for hats of various sizes with a note of payment received.
Item 4: E.G. Main bill, 1829 Sep 23Add to your cart.
E.G. Main of Litchfield bill to Elihu Harrison for a dozen sieves, with a note of payment received.
Item 5: A.B. Rumsey bill, 1829 Oct 9Add to your cart.
A.B. Rumsey of New York bill to E. Harrison for almonds, filberts and peanuts, with a note of payment received by S.Bowman.
Item 6: L. & C. Suydam bill, 1829 Oct 10Add to your cart.
L. & C. Suydam of New York bill to E. Harrison for scarlet hose and boots, with a note of payment received.
Item 7: F.W. Lusak bill, 1829 Oct 10Add to your cart.
F.W. Lusak of New York bill for seal collars, with a note of payment received.
Item 8: Cooke & Pratt bill, 1829 Oct 10Add to your cart.
Cooke & Pratt of New York bill to Elihu Harrison for handkerchiefs, gloves, silk brai, taffata ribbon, etc. with a note of payment received.
Item 9: A.L. Marvin bill, 1829 Oct 12Add to your cart.
A.L. Marvin & Co. of New York bill to E. Harrison for Russia Diaper and padding, with a note of payment received.
Item 10: R.L. Todd bill, 1829 Oct 12Add to your cart.
R.L. Todd of 28 Maiden lane, New York, bill to E. Harrison for  scarfs, with a note of payment received by Henry Seymout.
Item 11: J. White bill, 1829 Oct 12Add to your cart.
J. White of New York bill to Mr. Harrison for [combs?] with a note of payment received.
Item 12: National Hotel bill, 1829 Oct 13Add to your cart.
National Hotel of New York bill to E. Harrison for 6 days board and private table, with a note of payment received by Ripley.
Item 13: Orange M. Stevens bill, 1822 Oct 22Add to your cart.
Orange M. Stevens bill to Elihu Harrison for gilt coat and vest buttons.
Folder 42: Bills & receipts, 1829 Nov-DecAdd to your cart.
Item 1: R. C. Steele bill, 1829 Nov 4Add to your cart.
R.C. Steele of Woodbury bill to Elihu Harrison for summer hats, with a note of payment received.
Item 2: Garwood Sanford bill, 1829 Nov 4Add to your cart.
Garwood Sanford of Litchfield bill to Elihu Harrison for 9 Hitchcock chairs, with a note of payment received.
Item 3: Lyman Hine receipt, 1829 Nov 21Add to your cart.
Elihu Harrison of Litchfield receipt to Lyman Hine for 6 portable furnaces of various sizes to be sold or returned.
Item 4: Pease Porter & Co. bill, 1829 Nov 23Add to your cart.
Elihu Harrison payment receipt to Pease Porter & Co. for cash paid for freight & cartage on a box of goods from New York.
Item 5: Lyman Hine receipt, 1829 Nov 21Add to your cart.
Elihu Harrison of Litchfield receipt of June 10, 1829 to Austin Bronson for Lyman Hine for 7 portable furnaces of various sizes to be sold or returned by Harrison, with a note of payment received by Lyman Hine on Nov 21, 1829.
Item 6: T. Woodward bill, 1829 Dec 2Add to your cart.
T. Woodward of New Haven bill to Elihu Harrison for boards and planks, with a note of payment received by George Woodward. Also a note concerning the availability of clapboads and shingles.
Folder 43: Bills and receipts, 1830 Jan-MarAdd to your cart.
Item 1: George Treadway bill, 1830 Jan 13Add to your cart.
George Treadway of Litchfield bill to E. Harrison for a pair of horse reins.
Item 2: Catlin & Co. bill, 1830 Jan 21Add to your cart.
Catlin & Co. of Hartford bill to E. Harrison for sheeting, gloves, etc. with a note of payment received by Marvin Clark.
Item 3: Stedman Gordon & Co. bill, 1830 Jan 21Add to your cart.
Stedman Gordon & Co. of Hartford bill to E. Harrison for clapboards and shingles, with a note of a cash payment of $50.00 received.
Item 4: Stedman Gordon & Co. receipt, 1830 Feb 3Add to your cart.
Stedman Gordon & Co. of Hartford receipt of a check for the balance of Harrison's account.
Item 5: Levi Coe bill, 1830 Feb 8Add to your cart.
Levi Coe of Litchfield bill to Elihu Harrison for beef with a note of payment received.
Item 6: Elisha Hawley bill, 1830 Feb 18Add to your cart.
Elisha Hawley of Litchfield bill to E. Harrison for combs, with a note of payment received.
Item 7: E.W.  Little bill, 1830 Feb 23Add to your cart.
Elihu Harrison bill to E.W. Little for his account including a violin & bow.
Folder 44: Bills & receipts, 1830 AprAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Churchill bill, 1830 Apr 2Add to your cart.
Churchill bill to E. Harrison for linseed oil and other items.
Item 2: Goodwin & Webster bill, 1830 Apr 12Add to your cart.
Goodwin & Webster bill to Elihu Harrison for pots, churns, and chambers with a note of payment received by Lucius Beach.
Item 3: Fearing, Hoyt & Co. bill, 1830 Apr 16Add to your cart.
Fearing, Hoyt & Co. of 189 Pearl St., New York, to E. Harrison for Cambric gingham, horse skin gloves, soap, cologne, linen tapes, gingham & silk umbrellas, with a note of payment received by Eugene Bogart.
Item 4: R.L. Smith bill, 1830 Apr 16Add to your cart.
R.L. Smith bill to E. Harrison for shawls, with a note of payment received.
Item 5: Van Antwerp & Dessoway bill, 1830 Apr 16Add to your cart.
Van Antwerp & Dessoway of New York bill to E. Harrison for ribbon, cotton balls, thread, etc.
Item 6: Wolfe, Spies & Clark bill, 1830 Apr 17Add to your cart.
Wolfe, Spies & Clark of New York bill to E.A. Lord per E. Harrison for goods totalling $108.73 and including latches, locks, bolts, Jews harps, snuff boxes, awl blades, brushes, screws, fish lines, knobs, razors, combs, shovels, soap, sandpaper and a box for cartage.
Item 7: W. Cromwell bill, 1830 Apr 19Add to your cart.
W. Cromwell of New York bill for yarsd of prints, with a note of payment received by C.H. Tuthill.
Item 8: Latten & Cheshire bill, 1830 Apr 19Add to your cart.
Latten & Cheshire of New York bill to E. Harrison for goods purchased, with a note of payment received.
Folder 45: Bills and receipts, 1830 May-JunAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Joshua Munson receipt, 1830 May 20Add to your cart.
Joshua Munson of Litchfield receipt to Elihu Harrison for cash on the account of boards delivered.
Item 2: E.N. Hawley bill, 1830 May 22Add to your cart.
E.N. Hawley of Middlebury bill to E. Harrison for 7 dozen hair combs, with a note of payment received in cash and butter.
Item 3: Hugh Kearney bill, 1830 May 24Add to your cart.
Hugh Kearney of Litchfield bill to Elihu Harrison for rakes and pitch forks, with a note of payment received.
Item 4: S. & H. Peet receipt, 1830 May 26Add to your cart.
Elihu Harrison of Litchfield receipt to Messrs. S. & H. Peet for 710 feet of pine boards.
Item 5: Henry Allen bills, 1830 Jun 1Add to your cart.
Henry Allen of Litchfield bill to E. Harrison for tea pots, coffee pots,  teaspoons, and tablespoons, with a note of payment received. A second bill for gilt coat buttons, pearlshirt buttons, and a handkerchief.
Item 6: G.P. Welch bill, 1830 Jun 1Add to your cart.
G.P. Welch bill to E. Harrison for bar iron.
Item 7: T. Woodward bill, 1830 Jun 17Add to your cart.
T. Woodward of New Haven bill to Elihu Harrison for 790 feet of boards, with a note of payment received byGeorge Woodward.
Item 8: Birece & Harrison, 1830 Jun 19Add to your cart.
Bierce & Harrison bill to Elihu Harrison for 33 gallons of linseed oil, with a note of payment received by R.D. Hollister.
Item 9: John Gillet bill, 1830 Jun 21Add to your cart.
John Gillet of Litchfield bill to Josiah Parks for 5 weeks and one days board starting on August 3, 1829, with a note of payment received.
Item 10: Stedman Gordon & Co. bill, 1830 Jun 25Add to your cart.
Stedman Gordon & Co. bill to J. Carrington for 1069 feet of clapboards with a note of payment received by A. Stedman.
Folder 46: Bills & receipts, 1830 Jul-SepAdd to your cart.
Item 1: T. Woodward bill, 1830 Jul-SepAdd to your cart.
T. Woodward of New Haven bill to Elihu Harrison for boards with note of payment received by George Woodward.
Item 2: Elisha Hawley bill, 1830 Jul 13Add to your cart.
Elisha Hawley bill to E. Harrison for combs with  a note of payment received.
Item 3: Stedman Gordon & Co. bill, 1830 Jul 15Add to your cart.
Stedman Gordon & Co. of Hartford bill to Jonathan Carrington for planks, with a note of payment received.
Item 4: Jacob T. Covert bill, 1830 Jul 23Add to your cart.
Jacob T. Covert of New York bill to E. Harrison for fabrics and handkerchiefs, with a note of payment received.
Item 5: F.A. Huntington bills, 1830 Jul 22Add to your cart.
F.A. Huntington of 270 Pearl St., New York, bill to E. Harrison for blue prints and black braids, with a note of payment received by S. M. Buckingham. Also a second bill for thread, suspenders and hose.
Item 6: Nelson Addoms & Carleton bill, 1830 Jul 22Add to your cart.
Nelson Addoms & Carleton of 145 Pearl St., New York, bill to E. Harrison for merchandise including lace, gloves, and ribbons, with a note of payment received by John M. Rose.
Item 7: S.M. Blatchford bill, 1830 Jul 23Add to your cart.
S.M. Blatchford of New York, dealer in cloths and cassimeres, gilt, and covered buttons, etc., bill to E. Harrison for Marseilles fabrics, with a note of payment received.
Item 8: Burrall & Hoffman bill, 1830 Jul 23Add to your cart.
Burrall & Hoffman of 21 Cedar St., New York, bill to E. Harrison for shirting, vesting, and handkerchiefs, with a note of payment received by Henry Hunt.
Item 9: Jacob F. Covert bill, 1830 Jul 23Add to your cart.
Jacob F. Covert of Nw York bill to E. Harrison for shirting, edging, handkerchiefs, etc. with a note of payment received.
Item 10: Fearing Hoyt & Co. bill, 1830 Jul 23Add to your cart.
Fearing Hoyt & Co. of Pearl St., New York, bill to Mr. harrison for merchandise including Irish linen, suspenders, elastic garters, etc., with a note of payment received.
Item 11: Hand & Ferris bill, 1830 Jul 23Add to your cart.
Hand & Ferris bill to E. Harrison for 10 yeards of padding, with a note of payment received.
Item 12: F. A. Huntington bill, 1830 Jul 23Add to your cart.
F.A. Huntington of New York bill to E. Harrison for worsted handkerchiefs, with a note of payment received.
Item 13: Russell Mattison & Co. bill, 1830 Jul 23Add to your cart.
Russell Mattison & Co. of New York bill to E. Harrison for coat buttons, with a note of payment received.
Item 14: Nelson & Addoms & Carleton bill, 1830 Jul 23Add to your cart.
Nelson & Addoms & Carleton of 145 Pearl St., New York, dealers in French, India and Swiss goods, etc., bill to E. Harrison for fabrics, with a note of payment received.
Item 15: Smith, Kain & Bush bill, 1830 Jul 23Add to your cart.
Smith, Kain & Bush of 144 Pearl St., New York, wholesale dealers in French, India, Italian and Swiss goods, bill to E. Harrison for merchandise, with a note of payment received.
Item 16: Edward Smith bill, 1830 Jul 23Add to your cart.
Edward Smith of New York bill to E. Harrison for umbrellas, with a note of payment received.
Item 17: T. Woodward bill, 1830 Aug 12Add to your cart.
T. Woodward of New Haven bill to Elihu Harrison for 1222 feet of boards, with a note of payment received.
Item 18: T. Woodward bill, 1830 Sep 2Add to your cart.
T. Woodward of New Haven bill to Elihu Harrison for 1319 feet of boards, with a note of payment received in full.
Folder 47: Bills and receipts, 1830 OctAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Van Antwerp & Dissoway receipt, 1830 Oct 7Add to your cart.
Van Antwerp & Dissoway of New York receipt to E. Harrison for a payment of $18.52.
Item 2: R.L. Smith bill, 1830 Oct 8Add to your cart.
R.L. Smith of New York bill for shawls and handkerchiefs with a note of payment reeived.
Item 3: J.D. Wolfe, Bishop & Co. bill, 1830 Oct 10Add to your cart.
J.D. Wolfe, Bishop & Co. of New York bill to E. Harrison for merchandise including knives, fish lines, various brushes, locks, files, and pencils.
Item 4: P.H. & L. Frost bill, 1830 Oct 11Add to your cart.
P.H. & L. Frost of New York bill for merchandise with a note of payment received.
Item 5: Edward Hardy bill, 1830 Oct 11Add to your cart.
Edward Hardy of New York bill to E. Harrison for shirts and drawers, with a note of payment received.
Item 6: Nelson Addoms, Carleton bill, 1830 Oct 11Add to your cart.
Nelson Addoms, Carleton of New York, bill to E. Harrison with note of payment received.
Item 7: R.L. Todd bill, 1830 Oct 11Add to your cart.
R.L. Todd of New York bill to Mr. Harrison for 1/2 dozen handkerchiefs with a note of payment received.
Item 8: James Wilson & Co. bill, 1830 Oct 11Add to your cart.
James Wilson & Co. of New York bill to E. Harrison for a franklin stove and Lehigh coal grate, with a note of payment received.
Item 9: Fearing Hoyt & Co., 1830 Oct 12Add to your cart.
Fearing Hoyt & Co. of New York bill to Elihu Harrison for handkerchiefs with a note of payment received by D.H. Hoyt
Item 10: New York American receipt, 1830 Oct 12Add to your cart.
Receipt from the office of the New York American, signed by Benjamin F. Stagg, to E. Harrison for a payment of $2.00 for a 6 months subscription.
Item 11: Edward Smith bill, 1830 Oct 12Add to your cart.
Edward Smith of Nos. 260 and 294 Pearl St., New York, to E. Harrison for silk and gingham umbrellas, with note of payment received.
Item 12: H. & W.N. Green bill, 1830 Oct 13Add to your cart.
H. & W.M. Green of New York bill for 3 boxes of raisins, with a note of payment received.
Item 13: Frederick Deming bill, 1830 Oct 21Add to your cart.
Frederic Deming of Litchfield bill to Elihu Harrison for 2 [?] of Dorchester ticks, with a note of payment received.
Folder 48: Bills and receipts, 1830 Nov-DecAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Stedman & Gordon bill, 1830 Nov 23Add to your cart.
Stedman & Gordon bill to Jonathan Carrington for boards and clapboard, with note of payment received.
Item 2: William Bateman bill, 1830 Nov 28Add to your cart.
William Bateman of Salem Bridge bill to Mr. Harrison for buttons.
Item 3: Olvin Cowles bill, 1830 Dec 23Add to your cart.
Olvin Cowles of Litchfield bill to Elihu Harrison for looking glasses
Folder 49: Bills and receipts, 1831 Jan-AprAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Olvin Cowles bill, 1831 Jan 3Add to your cart.
Olvin Cowles of Litchfield bill to E. Harrison for looking glasses, with note of payment received.
Item 2: Charles Brainard bill, 1831 Jan 12Add to your cart.
Charles Brainard of Hartford bill to George Merchant for a franklin stove, with a note of payment received.
Item 3: Moses Moss bill, 1831 Jan 25Add to your cart.
Moses Moss of Litchfield bill to Elihu Harrison.
Item 4: Simeon Sanford bill, 1831 Feb 3Add to your cart.
Simeon Sanford of Litchfield bill to Elihu Harrison for 1/2 keg tobacco, with a note of payment received.
Item 5: J.D. Wolfe, Bishop & Co.bill, 1831 Apr 12Add to your cart.
J.E. Wolfe, Bishop & Co. of 87 Maiden Lane, New York, importers of hardware, cutlery, fancy and military goods, bill to E. Harrison for items including forks, screws, candlesticks, locks, shaving brushes, spades, razors, etc.
Item 6: Waring & Underhill bill, 1831 Apr 13Add to your cart.
Waring & Underhill of New York bill to Elihu Harrison for shawls, gloves, cravats, etc. with a note of payment received.
Item 7: Russell, Mattison & Co. bill, 1831 Apr 13Add to your cart.
Russell, Mattison & Co. bill to E. Harrison for various types of buttons, hooks & eyes, spools of cotton, etc. with a note of payment received.
Item 8: Edward Smith bill, 1831 Apr 13Add to your cart.
Edward Smith of Pearl St., New York, bill to E. harrison for cotton and silk umbrellas, with a note of payment received.
Item 9: Morning Courier receipt, 1831 Oct 13Add to your cart.
Receipt from the office of the Morning Courier & New York Enquirer signed by W. Mumford to Messrs. Porter & Co. for payment of $2.00 for a 6 month subscription.
Item 10: New York American, 1831 Apr 13Add to your cart.
Receipt from the office of the New York American to E. Harrison for the payment of $2.00 for a 6 month subscription.
Item 11: New York Observer receipt, 1831 Apr 13Add to your cart.
Receipt from the office of the New York Observer, for Sidney E. Morse & Co., signed by Richard Morse, to Frederick Gibbs for a $1.25 payment for a 6 months subscription.
Item 12: Porter & Co. bill, 1831 Apr 19Add to your cart.
Porter & Co. of Litchfield bill to E. harrison for 20 yards of canvas.
Folder 50: Bills and receipts, 1831 May-AugAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Barnabas Sprague bill, 1831 May 24Add to your cart.
Barnabas Sprague of Litchfield bill to Elihu Harrison with a note of payment received in full.
Item 2: Ozias Lewis receipt, 1831 May 26Add to your cart.
Ozias Lewis receipt to Elihu Harrison for payment of a bill, dated March 30, 1831 to James Green for serving a writ vs Sylvester Goodman & others.
Item 3: L. Huntington Young receipt, 1831 Jun 6Add to your cart.
L. Huntington Young of New Haven receipt to Henry Atwater for $2.00 to balance the account of Elihu Harrison of Litchfield.
Item 4: Porter & Co. bill, 1831 Jun 11Add to your cart.
Porter & Co. of Litchfield bill to E. harrison for 15 yards of blue stripe.
Item 5: John Bowen & Co. bill, 1831 Jun 16Add to your cart.
John Bowen & Co. of New York bill to E. Harrison for twilled linings and twist, with a note of payment received by H.R. Hulbert.
Item 6: Charles Burrall Jr. & Co., 1831 Jun 16Add to your cart.
Charles Burrall Jr. & Co. of Exchange St., New York, bill to E. harrison for handkerchiefs, spool thread, and comb, with a note of payment received.
Item 7: Eames & Stafford bill, 1831 Jun 16Add to your cart.
Eames & Stafford of New York bill to E. Harrison for cotton hose and bombazine, with a note of payment received by L. Hubbard.
Item 8: Green & Bancroft bill, 1831 Jun 21Add to your cart.
Green & Bancroft bill to Elihu Harrison for candle wick, with a note of payment received in goods. A note on the back "James Green"
Item 9: John Dewey bill, 1831 Aug 18Add to your cart.
Elihu Harrison of Litchfield receipt to John Dewey for one pair of scroll foot benches and [?], with a note on the back that it was settled Sept. 12, 1831
Item 10: Julia Little receipt, 1831 Aug 17Add to your cart.
Elihu Harrison receipt to Julia Little for payment of $7.50 to apply on a claim that she had agreed to pay him for a bond to convey certain property in Northfield.
Folder 51: Bills and receipts, 1831 Sep-OctAdd to your cart.
Item 1: J. Auger bill, 1831 Sep 2Add to your cart.
J. Auger of Litchfield bill to E. Harrison for pencils, lanterns, suspenders, etc.
Item 2: J.D. Wolfe, Bishop & Co. bill, 1831 Oct 11Add to your cart.
J.D. Wolfe, Bishop & Co. of 87 Maiden lane, New York to E. Harrison for hardware and cutlery including locks, trays, chest handles, brushes, awls, thimbles, curtain rings, bellows, etc. with a note of the back to be charged to the account of E.A. Lord.
Item 3: Jonathan Leavitt bill, 1831 Oct 12Add to your cart.
Jonathan Leavitt bill to Mr. Harrison for sundry books, with a note of payment received by ___P. Putnam.
Item 4: Eames & Stafford bill, 1831 Oct 13Add to your cart.
Eames & Stafford of Pearl St., New York, bill to E. Harrison for brown cloth, lace, French crape, etc. with a note of payment received.
Item 5: C.G. Gunther bill, 1831 Oct 14Add to your cart.
C.G. Gunther of New York bill to Mr. Harrison for gloves and other items, with a note of payment received.
Item 6: C.W. Howe & Co. bill, 1831 Oct 13Add to your cart.
C.W. Howe & Co. of New York bill to E. harrison for fur and cloth caps, with a note of payment received.
Item 7: Hosiety & Glove store bill, 1831 Oct 13Add to your cart.
Hosiery & Glove store of 14 Maiden lane, New York, bill to E. Harrison, for merchandise, with a note of payment received by A.W. Cooke.
Item 8: R. & W. Mead bill, 1831 Oct 13Add to your cart.
R. & W. Mead of New York bill to E. Harrison with a note of payment received.
Item 9: Edward Smith bill, 1831 Oct 14Add to your cart.
Edward Smith of 294 Pearl St., New York, bill to E. Harrison for umbrellas, with a note of payment received by isaac Smith.
Item 10: R.L. Todd bill, 1831 Oct 14Add to your cart.
R.L. Todd of New York bill to E. Harrison for shawls, with a note of payment received.
Item 11: Joseph Trulock bill, 1831 Oct 13Add to your cart.
Joseph Trulock of Maiden Lane, New York, bill for paper, with a note of payment received. Billhead advertises Joseph Trulock as an importer of French paper hangings, silk fringes, ornaments, bed ticks, etc.
Item 12: Simon Backus bill, 1831 Oct 14Add to your cart.
Simon Backus of the Walton House, No. 328 Pearl St., New York, bill to Mr. Harrison for board and lodging, with a note of payment received.
Item 13: Denison Williams & Co. bill, 1831 Oct 14Add to your cart.
Denison Williams & Co. of 138 Water St., New York, fur dealers and manufacturers of fur, hair and leather caps, bill to E. Harrison for collars, with  note of payment received by Horace H. Day.
Item 14: E.A. Hawley bill, 1831 Oct 25Add to your cart.
E.N. Hawley of Litchfield bill to E. Harrison for combs with a note of payment received in cheese and cash.
Folder 52: Bills and receipts, 1831 Nov-DecAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Green & Bancroft bill, 1831 Nov 4Add to your cart.
Green & Bancroft bill to Elihu Harrison for candle wicking.
Item 2: H. & F.J. Huntington receipt, 1831 Nov 29Add to your cart.
H. & F.J. Huntington of Hartford receipt to E. Harrison for $15.00 for subscriptions to E. Watchman.
Item 3: Wildman & Hamilton bill, 1831 Nov 29Add to your cart.
Wildman & Hamilton of Hartford bill to Mr. harrison for hair caps and seal collars, with a note of payment received by L.G. Boughton.
Item 4: J.B. Gilbert & Son bill, 1831 Nov 29Add to your cart.
J.B. Gilbert & Son bill for pipe and iron, with a note of payment received.
Item 5: H.W. Goodwin & Co., 1831 Nov 29Add to your cart.
H.W. Goodwin & Co. of Hartford bill to E. Harrison for sheeting and other items, with a note of payment received by Edward Carrington.
Item 6: James Gould bill, 1831 Dec 13Add to your cart.
Elihu Harrison bill to James Gould for items purchased such as fish, crackers, brooms, molassed, and ginger, with a note that the account was settled.
Item 7: Eli Terry bill, 1831 Dec 24Add to your cart.
George Mills payment to Eli Terry & Silas B. Terry  for 24 eight day clocks and interest.
Item 8: Hiram B. Woodcock bill, 1831 Dec 28Add to your cart.
Hiram B. Woodcock bill to E. Harrison for work done with a note of payment received Jan. 2, 1832.
Folder 53: Bills and receipts, 1832 Jan-AprAdd to your cart.
Item 1: John  Moody bill, 1832 Apr 2Add to your cart.
John Moody of Litchfield bill to Elihu Harrison for tobacco and snuff, with a note of payment received.
Item 2: Elmer Booth bill, 1832 Apr 10Add to your cart.
Elmer Booth of Litchfield bill to Rollin Sanford for making a coat and pantaloons, with a note of cash received of E. Harrison.
Item 3: Joshua Hyatt bill, 1832 Apr 13Add to your cart.
Joshua Hyatt of New York bill to Mr. Harrison for 40 yeards of black Lutesting and 3 brown table cloths, with a note of payment received.
Item 4: William H. Halsted bill, 1832 Apr 13Add to your cart.
William H. Halsted of New York bill to E. Harrison for 2 pieces of chambres, with a note of payment received by William Richards.
Item 5: John Bowen & Co. bill, 1832 Apr 14Add to your cart.
John Bowen & Co. of 197 Pearl St., New York, bill to E. Harrison for yards of velvet, with a note of payment received.
Item 6: Plumb Crandall & Co. bill, 1832 Apr 15Add to your cart.
Plumb Crandall & Co. bill to E. Harrison for thread lace, vesting, muslin and calico, with a note of payment received.
Item 7: John Bowen & Co. bill, 1832 Apr 16Add to your cart.
John Bowen & Co. of New York bill to Mr. Harrison for yards of cloth, with a note of payment received.
Item 8: Cochran Addoms & Co., 1832 Apr 17Add to your cart.
Cochran Addoms & Co. of 127 Pearl St., New York, dealers in French, India and Italian silk goods,  bill to E. Harrison for handkerchiefs and veils, with a note of payment received.
Item 9: A. Cosby & Co. bill, 1832 Apr 17Add to your cart.
A. Crosby & Co. of New York bill to E. Harrison for a dozen miss random cotton hose, with a note of payment received.
Item 10: Miss Thompsons bill, 1832 Apr 17Add to your cart.
Miss Thompsons, no. 44 John Street, New York, bill to Mr. Harrison for silk bonnets, straw cord & trim, and a wooden box, with a note of payment received.
Item 11: Simon Backus bill, 1832 Apr 18Add to your cart.
Simon Backus of New York bill for merchandise with a note of payment received.
Folder 54: Bills and receipts, 1832 May-OctAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Hugh Kearney bill, 1832 May 18Add to your cart.
Hugh Kearney of Litchfield bill to Elihu Harrison for 2 dozen rakes, with a note of payment received.
Item 2: Luther Warner bill, 1832 Sep 12Add to your cart.
Luther Warner of Hartford bill to Jonathan Carrington for 520 feet of clean_____., with a note of payment received.
Item 3: Henry Anderson bill, 1832 Oct 13Add to your cart.
Henry Anderson of New York bill with a note of payment received.
Item 4: J.B. Hart bill, 1832 Oct 15Add to your cart.
J.B. Hart bill for handkerchiefs, shawls, etc. with a note of payment received by Charles Horton.
Item 5: R.R. Summis & Co. bill, 1832 Oct 13Add to your cart.
R.R. Summis & Co. of New York, bill to E. Harrison for painted mirrors, with a note of payment received.
Item 6: George A. Butt & Co. bill, 1832 Oct 15Add to your cart.
George A. Butt & Co., No. 171 Pearl St., New York, wholesale dealers in Paris silks, ribbons & fancy goods, bill to E. Harrison, with a note of payment received.
Item 7: Hand & Ferris bill, 1832 Oct 15Add to your cart.
Hand & Ferris of New York bill to Mr. Harrison for 33 yards of carpet, with a note of payment received.
Item 8: Russell, Mattison & Co. bill, 1832 Oct 15Add to your cart.
Russell, Mattison & Co. of New York bill to E. Harrison for suspenders, buttons, and cloak clasps.
Item 9: C.S. Gunther bill, 1832 Oct 15Add to your cart.
C.S. Gunther of New York for merchandise, with a note of payment received.
Item 10: Waring & Underhill bill, 1832 Oct 15Add to your cart.
Waring & Underhill of New York bill for gloves, etc. with a note of payment received.
Item 11: Amos Clark receipt, 24 Oct 1832Add to your cart.
Receipt from Elihu Harrison in Litchfield to Amos Clark of Watertown for 2 wood churns to be sold or returned if not sold.
Folder 55: Bills and receipts, 1832 Nov-DecAdd to your cart.
Item 1: R.B. Steele bill, 1832 Biv 9Add to your cart.
R.B. Steele of New Haven bill to J.C. Wadsworth for a box stove, with a note of payment received.
Item 2: W. Porter bill, 1832 Nov 15Add to your cart.
William Porter of Litchfield bill to E. Harrison for 5 dozen wadding.
Item 3: S.P. Bolles bill, 1832 Nov 26Add to your cart.
S.P. Bolles bill to Elihu Harrison for a box of 6 by 8 glass, with a note of payment received.
Item 4: Heth F. Camp receipt, 1832 Dec 14Add to your cart.
Elihu Harrison of Litchfield receipt to Heth F. Camp by Thomas S. Camp for one box  said to contain 200 papers of garden seeds to sell or return on demand. A note on the back that account was settler July 3, 1833.
Item 5: Thomas Carpenter bill, 1832 Dec 24Add to your cart.
Thomas Carpenter bill for merchandise with a note of payment received.
Folder 56: Bills and receipts, 1833 Jan-JulAdd to your cart.
Item 1: William Porter bill, 1833 Jan 16Add to your cart.
William Porter of Litchfield bill to Elihu Harrison for cotton merchandise.
Item 2: Henry Ives & Co. bill, 1833 Feb 28Add to your cart.
Henry Ives & Co. of New Haven bill to H. Carrington for mosasses, with a note of payment received.
Item 3: J. Leavitt bill, 1833 Apr 1833Add to your cart.
J. Leavitt bill for a ream of paper, and gazeteer, with a note of payment received by George P. Putnam.
Item 4: S. H. Anderson bill, 1833 Apr 15Add to your cart.
S. H. Anderson of New York bill to E. Harrison for shoes and slippers with a note of payment received by H. Richards.
Item 5: Wolfe & Clark bill, 1833 Apr 16Add to your cart.
Wolfe & Clark of New York bill to Erastus A. Lord for many items including sickles, shoe brushes, hemp rope, kettles, tacks, files, snuff boxes, soap, brass andirons,etc.
Item 6: Bostwick & Booth bill, 1833 Apr 16Add to your cart.
Bostwick & Booth of New York bill to Elihu Harrison for fancy prints, cotton lace, gloves, assorted cottons, etc., with a note of payment received.
Item 7: Cushman & Falconer bill, 1833 Apr 16Add to your cart.
Cushman & Falconer of New York bill to E. Harrison for prints, muslin, cambric, gloves, twist, buttons,etc., with a note of payment received.
Item 8: G.P. & J. Gratacap bill, 1833 Apr 16Add to your cart.
G.P. & J. Gratacap of No. 82 Maiden Lane, New York, upholstery and bedding mart, bill  with a note of payment received.
Item 9: Thomas C. Winthrop bill, 1833 Apr 16Add to your cart.
Thomas C. Winthrop of New York bill for quilt wicking, wick, etc., with a note of payment received.
Item 10: A.F. Alpress bill, 1833 Jun 11Add to your cart.
A.F. Alpress  bill to E. Harrison for 12 curled maple chairs, with a note of payment received.
Item 11: T.M. & S. Allyn, 1833 Jun 11Add to your cart.
T.M. & S. Allyn of Hartford bill to E. Harrison for Dover prints, Cold prints, and green burage, with a note of payment received.
Item 12: James Boyd & Son receipt, 1833 Jun 13Add to your cart.
Elihu Harrison of Litchfield receipt to James Boyd & Son for 1 dozen scythes to be sold or returned.
Item 13: Thomas Bush & Co. bill, 1833 Jul 2Add to your cart.
Thomas Bush & Co. of Litchfield bill to Mr. harrison for thread edgings, quilling and hose, with a note of payment received by Rob Hughes
Folder 57: Bills and receipts, 1833 Aug-DecAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Rich'ds Kingsland & Co. bill, 1833 Oct 16Add to your cart.
Rich'ds Kingsland & Co., No. 89 Maiden Lane, New York, importers of hardware, cutlery & looking glass plates, bill to E. Harrison for fish hooks, snuffers, scissors, brass candlesticks, mouse traps, needles, etc., totalling $104.09.
Item 2: J.W. & R. Leavitt bill, 1833 Oct 16Add to your cart.
J.W. & R. Leavitt of New York bill to E. Harrison for yards of fancy prints and gingham, with a note of payment received.
Item 3: George A. Butt & Co. bill, 1833 Oct 17Add to your cart.
George A. Butt of No. 58 Maiden Lane, New York, wholesale dealers in English, French and Italian goods, bill to E. Harrison for French calico and shawls, with a note of payment received.
Item 4: Comstock & Irving bill, 1833 Oct 17Add to your cart.
Comstock & Irving, No. 137 Peal Street, New York, dealers in French, Italian, India and Swiss goods, bill to Mr. Harrison for braid, gloves and cord, with a note of payment received.
Item 5: D.A. Cushman & Co. bill, 1833 Oct 18Add to your cart.
D.A. Cushman & Co. of New York bill to E. Harrison for fur collars, buck gloves, and turkey red prints, with a note of payment received by George Boyd.
Item 6: Van Antwerp & Disosway bill, 1833 Oct 18Add to your cart.
Van Antwerp & Disosway of New York bill to E. Harrison for corded skirts, black silk hose, and gloves, with a note of payment received.
Item 7: N. Coskey & Co., 1833 Oct 19Add to your cart.
N. Coskey & So. bill to E. Harrison for merchandise with a note of payment received.
Item 8: Smith & Carrington bill, 1833 Oct 19Add to your cart.
Smith & Carrington of New York bill to Mr. Harrison for printed shawls, with a note of payment received.
Item 9: David Ritter bill, 1833 Oct 22Add to your cart.
Dvid Ritter of New Haven bill to Elihu Harrison for 2 dozen Water Proof ___.
Item 10: George S. Earle bill, 1833 Nov 18Add to your cart.
George S. Earle of Litchfield bill for goats hair camblet, padding, sheets of wadding, thread, fur collars and silk handkerchief.
Item 11: E. Hodges bill, 1833 Dec 5Add to your cart.
E. Hodges bill to E. Harrison for [batting?], with a note of payment received.
Item 12: E. Hodges bill, 1833 Dec 18Add to your cart.
E. Hodges bill to E. Harrison for cotton batts, with a note of payment received by Edwin Hodges.
Folder 58: Bills and receipts, 1834 Jan-JunAdd to your cart.
Item 1: J.D. Wolfe, Bishop & Co., 1834 Apr 14Add to your cart.
J.D. Wolfe, Bishop & Co. of No.87 Maiden Lane, New York, importer of hardware, cutlery, fancy and military gods,bill to E. Harrison for $127.64 worth of goods including tea trays, spades, hide whips,, snuff boxes, rat traps, trunk lock, razors, etc.
Item 2: W.E. Stoutenburgh bill, 1834 Apr 14Add to your cart.
William E. Stoutenburgh of New York bill to Mr. Harrison for lamp and vases, with a note of payment received.
Item 3: J.L. & N.L. Griswold bill, 1834 Apr 15Add to your cart.
J.L. & N.L. Griswold assignes of New York bill to E. Harrison for yards of matting, with a note of payment received.
Item 4: George A. Butt & Co. bill, 1834 Apr 16Add to your cart.
George A. Butt & Co. of No. 58 Maiden Lane, New York, wholesale dealers in English, French and Italian goods, bill to E. Harrison for yards of ______, with a note of payment received.
Item 5: Chesterman & Cany bill, 1834 Apr 16Add to your cart.
Chesterman & Cany, No. 131 Pearl St., New York, importers of French silks, gloves, ribbons etc., bill to E. Harrison for scarlet prings and painted silk muslin handkerchiefs, with a note of payment received for the assignees by Geroge Chesterman.
Item 6: A. & R. Layster, 1834 Apr 16Add to your cart.
A.& R. Layster of New York bill to E. Harrison for candlewick and another item, with a note of payment received by Thomas Strahan.
Item 7: D.T. Baldwin bill, 1834 Apr 17Add to your cart.
D.T. Baldwin of New York bill to Elihu Harrison for muslin, sheeting, prints and handkerchiefs.
Item 8: D.S. Cushman & Co. bill, 1834 Apr 17Add to your cart.
D.S. Cushman & Co. of New York bill to E. Harrison for sheeting, gloves, mens hose, and linen handkerchiefs, with a note of payment received by John M. Miller.
Item 9: Steam Boat New England bill, 1834 Apr 17Add to your cart.
Steam boat New England bill to E. Harrison for freight. The boat sailed between Hartford and New York.
Item 10: Merriman & Warren bill, 1834 May 13Add to your cart.
Merriman & Warren of Watertown bill to Elihu Harrison for 12 silk hats, to be returned if not sold.
Item 11: Harry Ives bill, 1834 Jun 26Add to your cart.
Harry Ives of New Haven bill to Mr. Harrison for merchandise
Folder 59: Bills and receipts, 1834 Jul-OctAdd to your cart.
Item 1: New York Mirror receipt, 1834 Jul 5Add to your cart.
Receipt from the office of the New York Mirror, signed by M. Gardner,  to E. Harrison for a one year;s subscription.
Item 2: A.W. Williams bill, 1834 Aug 26Add to your cart.
A.W. Williams of Litchfield bill to Elihu Harrison for quaker tubs and brooms, with a note of payment received in cash and brown sugar.
Item 3: E.Hodges bill, 1834 Aug 29Add to your cart.
Edwin Hodges of Torrington bill to E. Harrison for cotton batting, with a note of payment received.
Item 4: M. Gardner receipt, 1834 Sep 15Add to your cart.
Receipt from M. Gardner of Litchfeild, to James W. Harrison for a 46 issues of "The Democrat".
Item 5: E.B. Wilmot vill, 1834 Oct 2Add to your cart.
Ephraim B. Wilmot bill to E. Harrison for confectionary, filbuts, lemons and nuts, with a note of payment received.
Item 6: Joseph Mainon bill, 1834 Oct 21Add to your cart.
Joseph Mainon, No. 39 Cedar St., New York, bill to E. Harrison for baskets, with a note of payment received.
Item 7: Baldwin, Phelps & Co bill, 1834 Oct 22Add to your cart.
Baldwin, Phelps & Co., No. 167 Pearl St., New York, bill to Elihu Harrison for clothk, sheetings, belts, and gloves.
Item 8: John H. Williams bill, 1834 Oct 22Add to your cart.
John H. Williams, 35 Pearl St., New York, bill to Elihu Harrison for gilt framed glass and boxing, with a note of payment received by M.H. Williams.
Item 9: D.A. Cushman Co, bill, 1834 Oct 22Add to your cart.
D.A. Cushman & Co. bill to E. Harrison for Adelaide cloth, silk velvet, Russia sheeting, English buck gloves and handkerchiefs, with a note of payment received.
Item 10: Woolfe & Clark, 1834 Oct 22Add to your cart.
Woolfe & Clark of New York bill to E.A. Lord for $102.10 in goods including shaving soap, brushed, spades, fancy belows, latches, etc., with a note of payment received by money order and cash.
Item 11: L. West bill, 1834 Oct 22Add to your cart.
A. West of New York bill to E. Harrison for shawls, with a note of payment received by J.T. Jewitt.
Item 12: Elias Fountain bill, 1834 OctAdd to your cart.
Elia Fountain, 64 Maiden Lan, New York, dealer in Frech fancy goods, silks, Paris embroideries, merino cloth, shawls, etc., bill, with a note of payment received by James E. Fountain.
Item 13: Thomas Frazier bill, 1834 Oct 23Add to your cart.
Thomas Frazier , No. 206 Water Street, New York, dealer of stoves, stove fixtures, iron, etc., bill to Mr. harrison for one stove, with a note of payment received.
Item 14: Alex T. Steward & Co. bill, 1834 Oct 23Add to your cart.
Alex. T. Stewart, No. 257 Broadway, New York, bill for fabric., with a note of payment received.
Folder 60: Bills and receipts, 1834 Nov-DecAdd to your cart.
Item 1: M. Norton bill, 1834 NovAdd to your cart.
M. Norton bill to E. Harrison for coal, with a note of payment received.
Item 2: E.B. Wilmot bill, 1834 Nov 13Add to your cart.
Ephraim B. Wilmot bill to E. Harrison for oranges, lemons, and confectionary, with a note of payment received.
Item 3: Elisha D. Mansfield bill, 1834 Dec 16Add to your cart.
Elisha D. Mansfield bill to ELihu Harrison for 738 feet of board, with a credit for hay
Folder 61: Bills and receipts, 1835 Jan-MayAdd to your cart.
Item 1: T.W. Walker bill, 1835 Feb 11Add to your cart.
T.W. Walker of Litchfield bill to E. Harrison for 1 doz. childrens showes, with a note of payment received.
Item 2: Baldwin, Phelps & Co. bill, 1835 Apr 14Add to your cart.
Baldwin, Phelps & Co., No. 167 Pearl Street, New York, dealers in fancy and staple dry goods, bill to Elihu Harrison for muslins, prints, ginghams, and hose.
Item 3: D.A. Cushman & Co. bill, 1835 Apr 14Add to your cart.
D.A. Cushman & Co. of New York bill to E. Harrison for gloves and handkerchiefs, with a note of payment received.
Item 4: James Denniston bill, `835 Apr 14Add to your cart.
James Denniston of New York bill to E. Harrison for 39 yards of matting, with a note of payment received by W.H. Wright.
Item 5: W.B. Windle bill, 1835 Apr 14Add to your cart.
W.B. Windle, 56 Maiden Lane, New York, with an extensive assortment of house-keeping articles, bill for table mats and tea cut mats, with a note of payment received by John S. Clauson.
Item 6: Wolfe & Clark bill, 1835 Apr 14Add to your cart.
Wolfe & Clark of New York bill to E.A. Lord for a large assortment of merchandise including bolts, candlesticks, glass lanterns, garden trowels, hemp cord, knives,  and shovels.
Item 7: Porter, Lord Co., 1835 May 8Add to your cart.
Porter, Lord Co. of Hartford bill to Elihu Harrison for sheeting, with a note of payment received.
Item 8: E.A. Lord bill, 1835 May 12Add to your cart.
E.A. Lord of Litchfield bill to E. Harrison for wallets.
Item 9: A.M. Collins & Son bill, 1835 May 23Add to your cart.
A.M. Collins & Son, Asylum Street,Hartford, wholesale dealers in foreign and domestic dry goods,  bill to E. Harrison for cotton, corded skirts, and lining, with a note of payment received.
Item 10: Gaul Jenkins & Co. bill, 1835 May 28Add to your cart.
Gaul Perkins & Co. of Hartford bill to E. Harrison for fabric bought at the New York Store, with a note of payment received.
Item 11: B. Hudson & Co. bill, 1835 May 29Add to your cart.
B. Hudson & Co. bill to E. Harrison for sheeting & cotton, with a note of payment received.
Folder 62: Bills and receipts, 1835 Jun-OctAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Sage Birge & Co. bill, 1835 Jun 16Add to your cart.
Sage BIrge & Co. of Hartford bill to Mr. Carrington for sugar, and codfish, with a note of payment received.
Item 2: C.S & W.M. Buell bill, 1835 July14Add to your cart.
C.S. & W.N. Buell bill to Elihu Harrison for beef, veal, pork, shad, clams, and lamb.
Item 3: Lyman Gill receipt, 1835 Aug 26Add to your cart.
Lyman Gill of Litchfeild receipt to Elihu Harrison for payment for making coats, pants and suits.
Item 4: Ransom Potter bill, 1835 Sep 21Add to your cart.
Ransom Potter bill to George H. Palmer for stone and labor, with a note of payment received of Elihu Harrison by Geroge H. Palmer.
Item 5: David Watkinson & Co., 1835 Sep 21Add to your cart.
David Watkinson & Co. bill to Mr. Carrington for cut nails, with a note of payment received.
Item 6: Harry Kilborn receipt, 1835 Oct 6Add to your cart.
Harry Kilborn of Litchfield receipt to Ransom S. Potter for $2.09 for work done at his home by Herman Stone and himself.
Item 7: Truman Buell receipt, 1835 Oct 10Add to your cart.
Truman Buell of Litchfield receipt to Ransom S. Potter for $6.90.
Item 8: Wolfe & Clark bill, 1835 Oct 15Add to your cart.
Wolfe & Clark of New York bill by Mr. Harrison to E.A. Lord for merchandise including hair brushes, knives and forks,blacking, suspender buttons, pencil leads, butts, and bronze trays.
Item 9: Mansion House receipt, 1835 Oct 13Add to your cart.
Mansion House, Middletown, Conn. receipt to Mr. Bacon for board & housekeeping, signed by E.W. Newton.
Item 10: E. Armitage bill, 1835 Oct 14Add to your cart.
E. Armitage of 53 Maiden Lane,New York, bill. with a note of payment received by B. Armitage.
Item 11: S. & E. Peck bill, 1835 Oct 15Add to your cart.
S. & E. Peck, 27 Maiden Lane, New York, bill to E. Harrison for shawls, with a note of payment received by A.F. Robbins.
Item 12: Baldwin, Phelps & Co. bill, 1835 Oct 15Add to your cart.
Baldwi, Phelps & Co., No. 167 Pearl St., New York, dealers in fancy and staple dry goods, bill to Elihu Harrison for prints, merino, and silk flag handkerchiefs.
Item 13: Levi Cook & Co., 1835 Oct 15Add to your cart.
Levi Cook & Co., No. 141 Pearl St., New York, manufacturers of every description of combs, and importers of English, French, and German fancy goods, bill to Mr. Harrison for combs, twist, bottles, necklaces, soap, etc., with a note of payment received.
Item 14: D.A. Cushman & Co. bill, 1835 Oct 15Add to your cart.
D.A. Cushman & Co. of New York bill for scarlet merino shawls, buck gloves, fur collars, etc.
Item 15: Sherry & St. John bill, 1835 Oct 15Add to your cart.
Sherry & St. John of New York bill to E. Harrison for 2 yards of plush, etc., with a note of payment received.
Item 16: Lane & Van Dandt bill, 1835 Oct 15Add to your cart.
Lane & Van Dandt of New York bill for shawls, cashmer gloves, and silk stifners, with a note of payment received.
Folder 63: Bills and receipts, 1835 Nov-Dec; 1836Add to your cart.
Item 1: David Watlinson & Co. bill, 1835 Nov 4Add to your cart.
David Watkinson & Co. of Hartford bill to Mr. Carrington for nails.
Item 2: Apollos Warner bill, 1835 Nov 10Add to your cart.
Apollos Warner of Plymouth bill to E. Harrison for looking glass, with a note of payment received.
Item 3: Christopher Wheeler receipt, 1835 Nov 16Add to your cart.
Christopher Wheeler of Litchfield receipt to Ransom S. Potter for $14.68 received for lumber delivered to him last summer.
Item 4: E.B. Wilmot bill, 1835 Nov 18Add to your cart.
E.B. Wilmot bill for raisins, oranges and lemons, with a note of payment in cash.
Item 5: D.A. Cushman & Co. bill, 1835 New YorkAdd to your cart.
D.A. Cushman & Co. of New York bill to E. Harrison by pink and crimson cambric, with a note of payment received.
Item 6: S.M. Stewart bill, 1836 Jan 9Add to your cart.
S.M. Stewart of Litchfield bill to E. Harrison for combs, with a note of payment received.
Item 7: Sylvester Galpin receipt, 1836, Jan 11Add to your cart.
Sylvester Galpin of Litchfield receipt to Ransom S. Potter for $3.34 in full.
Item 8: Amos Wadsworth receipt, 1836 Jan 11Add to your cart.
Amos Wadsworth of Litchfield receipt to Ransom S. Potter for $1.87 in full for lime.
Folder 64: Bills and receipts, undatedAdd to your cart.
Undated bills and receipts filed alphabetically by surname.
Item 1: Ballard & Sanford bill, undatedAdd to your cart.
Ballard & Sanford bill for silk hose, cambric, and Canton ccrape, with a note of payment received by E. Lewis.
Item 2: Jacob Barns bill, undatedAdd to your cart.
Elihu Harrison bill to Jacob Barns for broom, tobacco, a pail of molasses, and quart of brancy.
Item 3: Beers & Heron, undatedAdd to your cart.
Beers & Heron bill for quills, with a note of payment received.
Item 4: Jesse Buel bill, undatedAdd to your cart.
Jesse Buel bill to [?] Harrison for keeping 4 horses.
Item 5: Harrison & Parmelee bill, undatedAdd to your cart.
Bill for vesting, dressing combs, and shaving soap, with a note of payment by cash.
Item 6: Dwight & Williams bill, undatedAdd to your cart.
Dwight & Williams bill to Elihu Harrison for 1/2 doz. bellows and 3 bars of iron.
Item 7: Colonel N. Goodwin receipt, undatedAdd to your cart.
Elihu Harrison receipt to Col. N. Goodwin  for $11.17.
Item 8: H. Gregory bill, undatedAdd to your cart.
H. Gregory bill to E. Harrison for making a coat with additional charges for padding, linen, and silk, with a note that the bill was settled.
Item 9: James W. Harrison bill, undatedAdd to your cart.
Bill to James W. Harrison for brandy, calico and indigo.
Item 10: Edward Johnson bill, undatedAdd to your cart.
Edward Johnson bill to Elihu Harrison for tablespoons, knives & forks, with credit by cloth and handkerchiefs.
Item 11: Edward Prentice receipt, undatedAdd to your cart.
Edward Prentice receipt to Elihu Harrison for $2.00 for a one year subscription to the N.E. Weekly Review.
Item 12: John P. Stagg bill, undatedAdd to your cart.
John P. Stagg bill to Harrison & Parmelee.
Item 13: Edwin Smith bill, undatedAdd to your cart.
Elihu Harrison bill to Edwin Smith for cotton, silk, and handkerchiefs paid by credit for looking glasses.
Item 14: Tredwell Kissam & Co. bill, undatedAdd to your cart.
Tredwell Kissam & Co., 245 Pearl St.,  bill for steel knitting pins and thimbles, with a note of payment received.
Item 15: Jon  Waahams bill, undatedAdd to your cart.
Jon Waahams bill to E. Harrison for maple sugar and eggs.
Item 16: S. Wadsworth bill, undatedAdd to your cart.
S. Wadsworth bill to Messrs. Parmele & Harrison for 1 dozen spelling books.
Folder 65: Flour receipts, 1826-1828Add to your cart.
Receipts issued to various people by Elihu Harrison for  delivery of  pounds of wheat and rye flour to be sold or returned. Receipts were issued to Abel Benedict & Co. (2); Elijah Crosby (3); Peter Gailord; John Guarnsey; James Judson; Lee P. Loveridge; Arville Morris; John Osborn (3); Seth Record(2). Arranged by surname.
Folder 66: Flour receipts, 1829-1831Add to your cart.
Receipts issued to various people by Elihu Harrison for  delivery of  pounds of wheat and rye flour to be sold or returned. Receipts were issued to Joseph Bennett; Hezekiah Murray (2); L.L. Platt; Baldwin Reed (3); Isaac Reed. Arranged by surname.
Folder 67: Flour receipts - Chapman, Lauren, 1831Add to your cart.
Receipts issued to Lauren Chapman by Elihu Harrison for Chapman's delivery of  pounds of wheat and rye flour.
Folder 68: Flour receipts - Murray, George, 1829-1831Add to your cart.
Receipts issued to George by Elihu Harrison for Chapman's delivery of  pounds of wheat and rye flour to sell or return.
Folder 69: Flour receipts - Tabor, Thomas, 1830-1831Add to your cart.
Receipts issued to Thomas Tabor/Taber by Elihu Harrison for Taber's delivery of  pounds of wheat and rye flour, to sell or return. Receipts signed by Elihu harrison or William Porter for E. Harrison
Folder 70: Flour receipts - Washburn, Merrit, 1827Add to your cart.
Receipts issued to Merrit Washburn by Elihu Harrison for Washburn's delivery of  pounds of wheat and rye flour to sell or return.
Folder 71: Flour receipts - Washburn, Merrit, 1828-1829Add to your cart.
Receipts issued to Merrit Washburn by Elihu Harrison for Washburn's delivery of  pounds of wheat and rye flour to be sold or returned.
Folder 72: Flour receipts - Washburn, MerritAdd to your cart.
Receipts issued to Merrit Washburn by Elihu Harrison for Washburn's delivery of  pounds of wheat and rye flour to be sold or returned.
Sub-Series 3: Promissory notes, 1819-1830Add to your cart.
Elihu Harrison promissory notes, i.e. promises to pay  a specified amount to a specific person on a certain date or by demand; or a specific amount of credit  that may be used in his store or charged to him. Also receipts for goods received by Harrison with promises to pay or return to the seller. Arranged chronologically.
Folder 1: Promissory notes, 1819 Jan - JunAdd to your cart.
Promissory notes from Elihu Harrison to the following individuals: Joseph Linsley; James Pierpont & Morris Woodruff assignees of Simeon Harrison 1)$400 & 2)$300, witnessed by Simeon B. Parker and Jabez Whittelsey; Mrs. Betsy Hubbard; Ann Mansfield; George Mason; James Pierpont; William H. Harrison; Clark Loveland; Samuel Fenn.
Folder 2: Promissory notes, 1819 Jul - SepAdd to your cart.
Promissory notes from Elihu Harrison to the following individuals:Jacob Moss; George Mason; John T. Mansfield; Levi Peck (2); Erastus Goodwin; Jonathan Steel; John Baldwin; Truman Buel (2). Promissory note  from Ebenezer Benton 2d to Elihu Harrison; from Frederick Steel to Wilmot Sperry $3.25 with interest;from Nathan Smedley to Wilmot Sperry for $8.16 with interest.
Folder 3: Promissory notes, 1819 Oct - DecAdd to your cart.
Promissory notes from Elihu Harrison to the following individuals:Simeon Harrison; Joseph Mason; Jese Hubbard; Chauncey Warner; Mr. Baldwin; Charles Thompson; John Farnam; Isaac Osborn. Also John Farnum promissory ote to Wilmot Sperry.
Folder 4: Promissory notes, 1820 Jan - AprAdd to your cart.
Promissory notes from Elihu Harrison to the following individuals:Henry Skilton; Frederick Whittelsey; William Harrison; Elijah Atwood; Caroline Brown; Amos Pettengill; Morris Woodruff and James Pierpont; Thomas Way.
Folder 5: Promissory notes, 1820 May - AugAdd to your cart.
Promissory notes from Elihu Harrison to the following individuals:David Hill; Anne Orton; Charles Whittelsey; Lucy Parker; Simeon Harrison; Morris Woodruff; Miss Mary Goodwin; Martin Stephens; George Bennet; David Bellamy.  Also notes from John T. Mansfield to Wilmot Sperry; John Farnam to Elihu Harrison.
Folder 6: Promissory notes, 1820 Sep - DecAdd to your cart.
Promissory notes from Elihu Harrison to the following individuals:Rev. Joseph E. Camp; Miss Sally Mansfield; Harold Brown (2); Simeon Smith; Jesse Hubbard; David Bellamy; David Kimberley; Ebenezer L. Thompson (2).
Folder 7: Promissory notes, 1821 Jan - JunAdd to your cart.
Promissory notes from Elihu Harrison to the following individuals:Henry W. Gibbs; Elam Beardslee (2); Richard Brown; Chauncey Derwin; Simeon Sanford. Also John Farnam promissory note to William H. Harrison.
Folder 8: Promissory notes, 1821 Jul - DecAdd to your cart.
Promissory notes from Elihu Harrison to the following individuals:John T. Mansfield (2) Isaac Osborn; Moses Galpin; Mr. Lee; Benton Barnard; Timothy Foot; John Orton.
Folder 9: Promissory notes, 1822 Jan-MarAdd to your cart.
Promissory notes from Elihu Harrison to the following individuals: Jonathan Steel; John Peck (2); William Harrison to Colonel Nathaniel Goodwin; Roswell Harrison; Simeon Sanford; John Orton.
Folder 10: Promissory notes, 1822 Apr - JunAdd to your cart.
Promissory notes from Elihu Harrison to the following individuals:Herman Orton; Morris Woodruff; Samuel & Warren Cone; Philo Moss; Burr Goodwin; Mrs. Loveland for butter;
Folder 11: Promissory notes, 1822 Jul-DecAdd to your cart.
Promissory notes from Elihu Harrison to the following individuals:William Garnsey; Isaac Ensign; James Waugh (2); Simeon Sanford.
Folder 12: Promissory notes, 1823 Jan-JunAdd to your cart.
Promissory notes from Elihu Harrison to the following individuals: Morris Woodruff; James Pierpont; Simeon Smith; (2); Miss Susan Brown; Simeon Sanford; Ezra Camp; John D. Weed; Allison Turner; John Farnam; John Palmer for hoes (2)
Folder 13: Promissory notes, 1823 Jul-DecAdd to your cart.
Promissory notes from Elihu Harrison to the following individuals: Simeon Smith; Solomon Harrison; Capt. Ebenezer Evetts; Simeon Sanford (2); Seth Farnam; Mr. H. Skilton;
Folder 14: Promissory notes, 1824 Jan-AprAdd to your cart.
Promissory notes from Elihu Harrison to the following individuals: Hagg & Warden; Orran Curtis for barrels of gin, dated from South Farms; Medad Gibbs; Erastus Goodwin; Warren Cone; James Pierpont; Simeon Sanford. Also John T Horsfield promissory note to Elihu Harrison.
Folder 15: Promissory notes, 1824 May-DecAdd to your cart.
Promissory notes from Elihu Harrison to the following individuals:.Kasson Goodwin; Tomlinson Wells; Simeon Smith; Warren Selleck; James Pierpont; Levi G. Porter.
Folder 16: Promissory notes, 1825Add to your cart.
Promissory notes from Elihu Harrison to the following individuals: Joseph Farman; Putnam Kilborn for note of Andrew A. French; William Monson; Jorl Hall of Meriden for blacking; Elisha Mason. Also Ebenezer Benton to Elihu Harrison & Seth Farnam.
Folder 17: Promissory notes, 1826 - 1828Add to your cart.
Promissory notes from  Harrison & Parmelee (1826) and Elihu Harrison (1827-1828) to the following individuals:Harvey Sanford for scythes; David Willson; Solomon Rockwell for cast steel scythes; Origen S. Seymour.
Folder 18: Promissory notes, 1829-1833Add to your cart.
Promissory notes from Elihu Harrison to the following individuals: Abel Bigelow for garden seeds (2); Chauncey Warner; Burr Bradley. Also promissory note from Benajah Deming to Tomlinson Wells.
Sub-Series 4: Orders, 1819-1836Add to your cart.

Orders written and signed by individuals and delivered to Elihu Harrison,  requesting that he allow the bearer to spend a specific monetary amount on goods in his store or purchase specific items and charge to the signer's account.  Between Nov. 1825 and Sept. 1826 the partnership of  Harrison & Parmelee received the orders.

Arranged chronologically.

Folder 1: Orders, 1819 Jan - JunAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Samuel Barnard order, 1819 Mar 8Add to your cart.

Samuel Barnard order to Messrs. James Pierpont & Morris Woodruff to pay Nathan Farnam nine shillings in goods and charge to Barnard. Dated Litchfield.

on the back - received Litchfield, May 27, 1819. On the order 3 quarts rum by the hand of Levi Van Hoeser, Jr.

Item 2: Amos Hine order, 1819 May 1Add to your cart.
Amos Hine order to Mr. Elihu Harrison to let Mr. Hubbard, the bearer trade $2.34 and apply to Hine's account.  Dated Litchfield, May 1, 1819.
Item 3: Morris Woodruff order, 1819 May 15Add to your cart.

Morris Woodruff order to Elihu Harrison to let thebearer E. Hull trade to the amount of $3.64 at  his store & charge to the assignees of Simeon Harrison, the amount being a balance due Mr. Hull from the assignees for transporting pork to New Haven.  Dated Litchfield, 15 May 1819.

on the back: an accounting from May 15, 1819 to Oct. 17, 1819.

Item 4: Morris Woodruff order, 1819 May 17Add to your cart.
Morris Woodruff order to Elihu Harrison to let Samuel Barnard or bearer trade to the amount of eight shillings at his store & charge to account of the assignees of Simeon Harrison. Dated Litchfield, 17 May 1819.
Item 5: E.J. Woodruff order, 1819 May 17Add to your cart.
E.J. Woodruff order, signed by Samuel Woodruff, to Elihu Harrison, South Farms, to deliver the bearer, Samuel Boardman, one bushel salt, one looking glass, &  [    ]
Item 6: Henry Skilton order, 1819 May 22Add to your cart.
Henry Skilton order to Elihu Harrison to let Miss Nancy Hotchkiss trade at his store what she wishes and charge to Skilton.  Dated Watertown, May 22, 1819.
Item 7: Ozias Seymour order, 1819 May 28Add to your cart.
Ozias Seymour order to Elihu Harrison to let the bearer Col. Goodwin, trade to the amount of $5.60 and charge to Seymour.
Item 8: James M. Smith order, 1819 May 29Add to your cart.

Manes M. Smith order to John Farnam to pay Elihu Harrison $1.25 and charge to Smith. Dated Litchfield, May 29, 1819.

on teh back - accepted for five shillings, June 10, 1819.

Item 9: Thomas way order, 1819 Jun 7Add to your cart.
Thomas Way order to Elihu Harrison to deliver to the bearer $2.00 in goods from his store and charge to Way.  Dated Northfield, June 7, 1819.
Item 10: Morris Woodruff order, 1819 Jun 9Add to your cart.
Morris Woodruff order to Elihu Harrison to allow the bearer Mrs. Samuel Weeks to trade at his store, send Woodruff a list of the items and prices, and charge to the assignees of Simeon Harrison. Dated Litchfield, 9 June 1819.
Item 11: Daniel Bishop order, 1819 Jun 24Add to your cart.
Daniel Bishop order to Elihu Harrison to pay Abner Parker 5 shillings & six pence and Bishop will  account with Harrison for the same amount. Dated Litchfield, June 24, 1819.
Item 12: Abel Camp, Jr. order, 1819 Jun 30Add to your cart.
Abel Camp, Jr. order to elihu to pay Miss Anna Namsfield $1.17 in goods and charge to Camp. Dated Litchfield, June 30, 1819.
Folder 2: Orders, 1819 Aug - DecAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Abel Camp order, 1819 Aug 2Add to your cart.
Abel Camp's order to Elihu Harrison to let the bearer have ten shillings and seven pence worth of goods and charge to his account..
Item 2: Jonathan Steele order, 1819 Aug 7Add to your cart.
Jonathan Steele's order to Elishu Harrison to let the bearer have $1.50 and charge the same to said Steele. Dated Bethlehem, August 7, 1819
Item 3: Ozias Seymour order, 1819 Aug 11Add to your cart.
Ozias Seymour's order to Elihu Harrison to let the bearer, Col. N. Goodwin, have goods to the amount of $6.50 on the account of said Seymour.  Dated Litchfield, August 11, 1819.
Item 4: William Pierpont order, 1819 Aug 23Add to your cart.
William Pierpont 2nd's order to Elihu Harrison to let Amelia Hubbard have goods to the amount of 48 cents on said Pierpont's account.  Dated South Farms, August 23, 1819.
Item 5: Simeon Harrison order, 1819 Sep 24Add to your cart.
Simeon Harrison's order to Elihu Harrison to let Mrs. H. Cable have 4 shillings and 6 pence in goods out of his store and charge to said Harrison's account.  Dated Litchfield, Sept. 24, 1819.
Item 6: Samuel Barnard order, 1819 Sep 30Add to your cart.
Samuel Barnard's order to Elihu Harrison to let the bearer [Gorg?] Monson trade four & 6 pence and charge the same to said Barnard.  Dated Sept. 30, 1819
Item 7: Abel Camp order, 1819 Oct 8Add to your cart.
Abel Camp order to Uahew  [Elihu ]Harrison to let the bearer have 11 shillings work of goods and charge to the said Camp.
Item 8: Morris Woodruff order, 1819 Oct 18Add to your cart.
Morris Woodruff's order to Elihu Harrison to let Jabez Sherman have black Bombazette sufficient for a gown & charge to same to said Woodruff.    Dated Litchfield, 18 October 1819.
Item 9: Samuel Barnard, Jr. order, 1819 Nov 6Add to your cart.
Samuel Barnard, Jr.'s order to Elihu Harrison the let the bearer, Nathan Farnam, trade nine shillings at his store and charge the same to said Barnard.  Dated Litchfield South Farms, Nov. 6, 1819.
Item 10: Samuel Ensign, Jr. order, 1819 Nov 25Add to your cart.
Samuel Ensign, Jr.'s order to Elihu Harrison to let Mrs. Sophoir Hubbard have goods at this store to the amount of 3 shillings and  9 pence and charge to said Ensign.  Dated Litchfield, Nov. 25th, 1819.
Item 11: Truman Buel order, 1819 Dec 25Add to your cart.
Truman Buel's order to E. Harrison to pay Abel Clark 5 shillings in goods and charge to said Buel's account.  Dated South Farms, Nov. 25, 1819.
Item 12: Samuel Barnard, Jr. order, 1819 Dec 25Add to your cart.
Samuel Barnard, Jr.'s order to Elihu Harrison to let the bearer trade 75 cents at his store and charge the same to said Barnard.  Dated Litchfield South Farms, Dec. 25th, 1819.
Folder 3: Orders, 1820 Jan - MarAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Isaac Turner order, 1820 Jan 10Add to your cart.
Isaac Turner's order to Elihu Harrison to send 2 bushels of rye by the bearer and the said Turner will see that he is paid for it.   Dated Litchfield, Jan. 10, 1820.
Item 2: Jonas M. Smith order, 1820 Jan 11Add to your cart.
Jonas M. Smith's order to Elihu Harrison to let the bearer have one pint of rum and charge to the said Smith.  Dated Litchfield, Jan 11, 1820.
Item 3: John T. Mansfield order, 1820 Jan 12Add to your cart.
John T. Mansfield's order to Elihu Harrison to pay the bearer, Mrs. Curtiss, 4 shillings in goods and charge to said Mansfield will account to him for the same.  Dated Litchfield, 12 January 1820.
Item 4: Richard Brown order, 1820 Jan 31Add to your cart.
Richard Brown's order to Elihu Harrison to pay e. Peck 2 shillings in goods at cash price.  Dated Litchfield, Jan. 31, 1820.
Item 5: Morris Woodruff order, 1820 Feb 23Add to your cart.
Morris Woodruff order to Elihu Harrison, merchant, South Farms, to send him by the bearer George C. Woodruff, one quart of good old spirit and he will settle with Harrison for the same.
Item 6: Pattron M. Blackman order, 1820 Mar 7Add to your cart.
Pattron M. Blackman order to let Mrs. [Nise Peeck/ Peck] trade 4 shillings and 6 pence at Harrison's store and charge the same to him.
Item 7: Samuel Barnard, Jr. order, 1820 Mar 9Add to your cart.
Samuel Barnard, Jr.'s order to Elihu Harrison to let Nathan Farnam trade 6 shillings & 9 pence at his store and charge it to said Barnard.  Dated Litchfield, March 9, 1820.
Item 8: Samuel Boardman order, 1820 Mar 11Add to your cart.

Samuel Boardman's order to Elihu Harrison to let Mr. Hopkins have $4.00 in goods.  Dated Northfield, March 11, 1820.

on the back - received Litchfield Mar. 11, 1820 on the written order 11 shillings & 8 pence. Received date above one whip Lash - 1 shilling, 2 pence.

Item 9: Samuel Barnard, Jr. order, 1820 Mar 15Add to your cart.
Samuel Barnard, Jr.'s order to Elihu Harrison to pay Nathan Farnam 9 shillings & charge the same to said Barnard.
Item 10: Nathan Farnam order, 1820 Mar 15Add to your cart.
Nathan Farnam's order to pay Abel Camp 9 shillings & charge to same to said Farnam.
Item 11: Nathan Farnam order, 1820 Mar 15Add to your cart.
Nathan Farnam's order to Elihu Harrison to pay Daniel Roberts 14 shillings and 4 pence and charge the same to said Farnam's account.
Item 12: Simeon Harrison order, 1820 Mar 17Add to your cart.
Simeon Harrison order to Elihu Harrison to let the bearer P.M. Ma [  ] have 7 shillings & 6 pence in goods and charge to account of said Simeon Harrison.  Dated Litchfield, March 17, 1820.
Item 13: L. Boordman order, 1820 Mar 20Add to your cart.
L [  ] Boordman's order to Elihu Harrison to let Joseph Curtis have $2.50 in goods and charge to account of said Boordman.  Dated Northfield, March 20, 1820.
Item 14: Sherman Pierpont order, 1820 Mar 30Add to your cart.
Sherman Pierpont's order to H.B. Malery to deliver to the bearer Morocko skins that said Pierpont left in his possession.  Dated Litchfield, March 30, 1820.
Folder 4: Orders, 1820 Apr - MayAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Merit Clark order, 1820 Apr 3Add to your cart.

Merit Clark order to Elihu Harrison to let the bearer trade $9.00 at his store and charge to the account of Samuel Boardman.

On the reverse side, Samuel Boardman's order to E. Harrison to let E. Pierpont have dry goods & groceries to the amount of $9.00.

Item 2: Samuel W. Baldwin order, 1820 Apr 6Add to your cart.
Samuel W, Baldwin order to E. Harrison to let Abner Parker hae 50 pounds of flour & buckles as he needs and charge to Baldwin. Dated Litchfield.
Item 3: Jabez Whittelsey order, 1820 Apr 24Add to your cart.
Jabez Whittelsey order to Elihu Harrison to let Luman Mansfield trade 42 cents at his store and charge to Whittelsey's account. Dated Litchfield.
Item 4: A. Pettingill order, 1820 Apr 24Add to your cart.
A. Pettingill order to E. Harrison to pay the bearer 37 cents for Widow Farnum & charge to Pettingill.
Item 5: Nathan Farnam order, 1820 May 6Add to your cart.
Nathan Farman order to Elihu Harrison to pay Daniel [Robleand]? twenty shillings and charge to Farnam. Dated South Farms.
Item 6: Judson Smith order, 1820 May 6Add to your cart.
Judson Smith order to Elihu Harrison to let the bearer have $3.13 our of his store and charge to Smith. Dated Bethlehem. On reverse, order by David Hill.
Item 7: Samuel Porter order, 1820 May 10Add to your cart.
Samuel Porter to Elihu Harrison that Captain Burr Goodwin agreed to give him an order on Harrison's store for 15 shillings. Porter owes Lucy Jackson $1.43 and requests that Harrison let the bearer take that amount and charge to Porter.  Dated Litchfield.
Item 8: Erasmua Sperry order, 1820 May 18Add to your cart.
Erasmus Sperry order to Elihu Harrison to send by the bearer, Gad Sperry, 2 dozen [      ] for wagons. dated South Farms.
Item 9: James Farnam order, 1820 May 18Add to your cart.
John Farnam order to James Harrison to pay Ebenezer Hine 16 shillings and 6 pence in goods at his store and charge to Farnam. Dated Litchfield.
Item 10: Morris Woodruff order, 1820 May 19Add to your cart.
Morris Woodruff order to E. Harrison to let the bearer have 2 quarts of rum and one pound of brown sugar and charge his account.
Item 11: Nathan Farnam order, 1820 May 22Add to your cart.
Nathan Farnam order to Mr. Harrison to let Abel Camp have 9 shillings worth of goods and charge his account.
Item 12: Samuel Barnard, Jr. order, 1820 May 27Add to your cart.
Samuel Barnard, Jr. order to Mr. harrison to let the bearer Nathan Farnum trade $1.50 & charge to his account.
Folder 5: Orders, 1820 Jun - JulAdd to your cart.
Written requests to Elihu Harrison for goods or services. Arranged chronologically.
Item 1: Samuel Boardman order, 1820 Jun 6Add to your cart.
Samuel Boardman order to E. Harrison to let Mrs. Turner have $2.00 in dry goods & charge to his account.  Dated Northfield.
Item 2: Thomas Way order, 1820 Jun 6Add to your cart.
Thomas Way order to Elihu Harrison to deliver to the bearer $5.08 in goods out of his store.  Dated Northfield.
Item 3: William Pierpont 2nd order, 1820 Jun 14Add to your cart.
William Pierpont 2nd order to Elihu Harrison to let Miss Hubbard have $1.37 cents in goods and charge to his account.  Dated South Farms.
Item 4: Joseph J. Prudden order, 1820 Jun 20Add to your cart.
Joseph J. Prudden order to let the bearer have $1.34 in goods and he will repay the same amount. Dated Litchfield. On the reverse, order by Joseph Northrop.
Item 5: Daniel Roblierts order, 1820 Jun 21Add to your cart.
Daniel [Roblierts] order to Elihu Harrison to let Mr. Tharp trade $1.76 at his store and he will repay him on the same day.  Dated Litchfield.
Item 6: Samuel Barnard, Jr. order, 1820 Jun 24Add to your cart.
Samuel Barnard, Jr. order to Elihu Harrison to pay the bearer 2 shillings & 6 pence in goods at his store. Dated South Farms.
Item 7: S. Harrison order, 1820 Jul 1Add to your cart.
S. Harrison order to E. Harrison to let the bearer have one pair of Moroco shoes & charge to his account. Dated Litchfield.
Item 8: James Pierpont order, 1820 Jul 14Add to your cart.
James Pierpont order to Elihu Harrison to let the bearer have $7.00 & he will see Harrison is paid to his satisfaction.  Dated Litchfield.
Item 9: Medad Gibbs order, 1820 Jul 19Add to your cart.
Medad Gibbs order to Elihu Harrison to let the bearer have 2 shillings and six pence in goods and charge the same to him.  Dated Litchfield.
Folder 6: Orders, 1820 Aug - DecAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Dennis Smith order, 1820 Aug 14Add to your cart.
Dennis Smith order to Elihu Harrison to pay the bearer $3.00 in goods at his store and charge him the same. Deated Plymouth.
Item 2: Simeon Harrison order, 1820 Aug 17Add to your cart.
Simeon Harrison order to Elihu Harrison to let the bearer have 75 cents in goods at his store and charge to his account. Dated Litchfield.
Item 3: Pattron M. Blackman order, 1820 Aug 21Add to your cart.
Pattron Blackman order to Elihu Harrison to charge 4 shillings and 7 pence to him so that David Smith can trade at Harrison's store.
Item 4: Nathan Farnam order, 1820 Sep 4Add to your cart.
Nathan Farnam order to Elihu Harrison to pay [    ] Smith $3.00 and charge the same to him.  Dated Litchfield.
Item 5: James Pierpont order, 1820 Sep 24Add to your cart.
James Pierpont order to Elihu Harrison to let the bearer trade 13 shillings out of Harrison's store & charge the same to him. Dated Litchfield.
Item 6: John T. Mansfield order, 1820 Oct 3Add to your cart.
John T. Mansfield order to pay Abel Camp $6.00 in goods and charge to his account. Dated Litchfield.
Item 7: Henry Hilton, 1820 Oct 18Add to your cart.
Henry Hilton order to Elihu Harrison to let J.M. Smith have one gallon of Cider brandy and charge to his account. Dated Watertown.
Item 8: Abel Camp order, 1820 Oct 25Add to your cart.
Abel Camp order to Elihu Harrison to pay Miss Sally Mansfield $2.10 in goods from his store and charge to his account. Dated Litchfield.
Item 9: Abel Camp, Jr. order, 1820 Nov 13Add to your cart.
Abel Camp, Jr. order to Elihu Harrison to pay Abel Camp for 359 pounds of the cheese which he has sold to Harrison.  Dated Litchfield.
Item 10: Abel Camp order, 1820 Nov 16Add to your cart.
Abel Camp order to Elihu Harrison to let the bearer trade $3.34 at his store and charge to his account.  Dated Litchfield.
Item 11: Anson Hubbard order, 1820 Nov 18Add to your cart.
Anson Hubbard order to Elihu Harrison to let Salmon Woodruff trade 50 cents at his store and charge the same to him. Dated Litchfield.
Item 12: Oliver Cowles order, 1820 Nov 19Add to your cart.
Oliver Cowles order to Mr. Harrison to let the bearer trade to the amount of 50 cents and charge the same to him. Dated Bethlem.
Item 13: Jonah L. Dickerson order, 1820 Dec 1Add to your cart.
Jonah L. Dickerson [Dickinson] order to Elihu Harrison to let the bearer trade 17 shillings and 3 pence and charge the same to him.  Dated Watertown.
Folder 7: Orders, 1821 Jan - JunAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Samuel Barnard, Jr. order, 1821 Jan 2Add to your cart.
Samuel Barnard, Jr. order to Mr. Harrison to let Mr. Farnam trade 5 shillings at Harrison's store and charge to his account. Dated Litchfield South Farms.
Item 2: Jesse Hubbard order, 1821 Jan 12Add to your cart.
Jesse Hubbard order to Elihu Harrison to pay widow Zerviah Hubbard 8 shillings at his store in goods. Dated Litchfield.
Item 3: Timothy Foot order, 1821 Feb 7Add to your cart.
Timothy Foot order to E. Harrison to deliver to the bearer 16 gallons & 1 quart of cider brandy and charge to his account. Dated Litchfield.
Item 4: Samuel Barnard, Jr. order, 1821 Mar 2Add to your cart.
Samuel Barnard, Jr. order to Mr. Harrison to let Nathan Farnam trade 9 shillings at Harrison's store and charge to his account.  Dated Litchfield South Farms.
Item 5: Abel Camp, Jr. order, 1821 Mar 2Add to your cart.
Abel Camp, Jr. order to Elihu Harrison to pay Austin Clark $4.30 in goods from his store and charge the same to Camp. Dated Litchfield.
Item 6: Abel Clarke, Jr. order, 1821 Mar 17Add to your cart.
Abel Clarke, Jr. order to Mr. Harrison to let the bearer Miss Johson have 58 cents in goods and charge the same to him.  Dated Litchfield.
Item 7: Jabez Whittelsey order, 1821 Mar 21Add to your cart.
Jabez Whittelsey order to Elihu Harrison to let the bearer C. Brown trade $5.00 and he will act to Harrison as they had talked.
Item 8: Burr Goodwin order, 1821 May 28Add to your cart.
Burr Goodwin order to E. Harrison to let the bearer Mr. Curtis have 50 cents in goods out of Harrison's store and charge his account.  Dated Litchfield.
Item 9: John Farnam order, 1821 Jun 23Add to your cart.
John Farnam order to let the bearer have $2.00  in goods out of the store and charge the same amount to him. On the reverse side, M. Curtiss, bearer.
Folder 8: Orders, 1821 Jul - DecAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Roger N. Whittelsey order, 1821 Jul 13Add to your cart.
Roger N. Whittelsey order to Elihu Harrison to let Aruna Orton have $1.00 worth of goods from the store and charge the same to his account. Dated South Farms.
Item 2: Anson Hubbard order, 1821 Jul 17Add to your cart.
Anson Hubbard order to Elihu Harrison to pay Jonas M. Smith $5.50 in goods and the the same to him. Dated Litchfield.
Item 3: Abel Camp, Jr. order, 1821 Jul 17Add to your cart.
Abel Camp, Jr. order to Elihu Harrison to pay John Mansfield or bearer $1.08 in goods. Dated Litchfield South Farms.
Item 4: Moses Galpin, 1821 Sep 28Add to your cart.
Moses Galpin order to Philo Thomas in Watertown to deliver to the bearer, Elihu Harrison, his 2 horse wagon which is in Thomas' possession.Dated Litchfield.
Item 5: A. Smith order, 1821 Oct 2Add to your cart.
Alva Smith order to trade $1.00 at E. Harrison's and when he comes up ge will settle. Dated Southbury.
Item 6: Moses Galpin order, 1821 Oct 3Add to your cart.
Moses Galpin order to pay the bearer $8.00 on his account at Harrison's store. Dated Watertown.
Item 7: S. Harrison order, 1821 Nov 10Add to your cart.
S. Harrison order to E. Harrison to pay 5 shillings to Salmon Woodruff and charge to his account.
Item 8: Simeon Sanford order, 1821 Dec 1821Add to your cart.
Simeon Sanford order to pay John Orton $20. 58 out of Harrison's store and he will account for the same. Dated South Farms.
Folder 9: Orders, 1822 Jan - JunAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Samuel Ensign order, 1822 Jan 10Add to your cart.
Samuel Ensign order to Elihu Harrison to let Betsey Smith have 8 shillings in goods from the store and charge the same to him. Dated Litchfield.
Item 2: James Pierpont order, 1822 Jan 26Add to your cart.
James Pierpont order to Elihu Harrison to pay Amos Pennengill or bearer $4.50 on his account.
Item 3: John Orton order, 1822 Feb 1Add to your cart.
John Orton order to Elihu Harrison to pay the bearer Mr. Burton 5 shillings & sixpence in goods at his store. Dated Litchfield.
Item 4: Merit Clark order, 1822 Mar 11Add to your cart.
Merit Clark order to pay the bearer $9.76 in groceries at Harrison's  store and charge to his account. Dated Litchfield.
Item 5: Merit Clark order, 1822 Apr 2Add to your cart.
Merit Clark order to pay the bearer in trade at the store $2.00 on his account. Dated Litchfield.
Item 6: Merit Clark order, 1822 Apr 3Add to your cart.
Merit Clark order to Elihu Harrison to pay the bearer $6.50 in trade in the store on his account.  Dated Litchfield.
Item 7: Samuel Boardman order, 1822 Apr 6Add to your cart.
Samuel Boardman order to Elihu Harrison to let the bearer have $3.40 and charge the same to him. Dated New Milford.
Item 8: Merit Clark order, 1822 Apr 17Add to your cart.
Merit Clark order to Elihu Harrison to pay the bearer $4.00 in trade at his store and charge to his account. Dated Litchfield.
Item 9: Elihu Harrison order, 1822 May 20Add to your cart.
Elihu Harrison order to Lyman Hotchkiss to deliver the bearer 1000 feet of oak board and chaarge the same to him. Dated Litchfield.
Item 10: Frederick Steel order, 1822 Jun 19Add to your cart.
Frederick Steel order to Elihu Harrison to let the bearer trade 68 cents and charge to his account.  Dated Litchfield.
Item 11: Joseph Westover order, 1822 Jun 28Add to your cart.
Joseph Westover order to Elihu Harrison to pay the bearer Enos Stoddard, $4.12 in goods and he will account for the same. Dated Litchfield.
Folder 10: Orders, 1822 Jul - DecAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Timothy Foot order, 1822 Jul 1Add to your cart.
Timothy Foot order to Elihu Harrison to let Ezra Hoyt trade in $1.00 and charge the same to him. Dated Litchfield.
Item 2: Jonas M. Smith, 1822 Sep 6Add to your cart.
Jonas M. Smith order to pay Elihu Harrison 7 shillings. Dated Litchfield.  On reverse side order J. Whittelsey.
Item 3: Abel Camp order, 1822 Sep 20Add to your cart.
Abel Camp order to Elihu Harrison to let the bearer have 5 shillings of goods and charge the same to him. Dated Litchfield.
Item 4: Roger N. Whittelsey order, 1822 Oct 1Add to your cart.
Roger N. Whittelsey order to Elihu Harrison to lete Caroline Brown to have four or five dollars worth of goods out of Harrison's store and give her a bill and place the same to his account.
Item 5: Heth P. Jones order, 1822 Nov 9Add to your cart.
Heth P. Jones order to E. Harrison to pay H. Gregory $2.67 and charge to his account.
Item 6: Dennis Smith order, 1822 Nov 16Add to your cart.
Dennis Smith order to pay the bearer Mel Clark $5.00 in goods and charge to him.
Item 7: William H. Harrison, 1822 Nov 23Add to your cart.
William H. Harrison order to let thebbearer trade $1.00 at Harrison's store. Dated South Farms.
Item 8: Roger N. Whittelsey order, 1822 Nov 27Add to your cart.
Roger N. Whittelsey order to Elihu Harrison to let the bearer have 1 ounce of cinamon or [      ], 1/4 [  ] of alspice, 1 gallon of molasses and charge to his account.
Item 9: James Kelly order, 1822 Dec 7Add to your cart.
James Kelly order to Elihu Harrison to deliver 50 cents in goods. Dated Litchfield.
Item 10: Richard Freeman, Jr. order, 1822 Dec 28Add to your cart.
Richard Freeman, Jr. order to let the bearer Samuel Porter, trade 58 cents at Harrison's store and charge to him.
Folder 11: Orders, 1823 Jan - AprAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Heth P. Janes order, 1823 Jan 4Add to your cart.
Heth P. Janes order to E. Harrison to let Mr. Curtice trade 50 cents at Harrison's store and charge the ame to him. Dated Litchfield.
Item 2: Nathan D. SMith order, 1823 Feb 11Add to your cart.
Nathan D. Smith order to E. Harrison to let the bearer have 17 cents in goods.  Dated Litchfield.
Item 3: Nathan D. Smith order, 1823 Mar 20Add to your cart.
Nathan D. Smith order to Esq. harrison to let the bearer have 2 shillings trade. On the reverse side - by Salmon Woodruff.
Item 4: Morris Woodruff order, 1823 Apr 2Add to your cart.
Morris Woodruff order to Elihu Harrison to pay Simeon B. Parker $10.00 and Woodruff will account with him for the same. Dated Litchfield.
Item 5: Morris Woodruff order, 1823 Apr 5Add to your cart.
Morris Woodruff order to Elihu Harrison, South Farms, to send by the bearer Anson Beecher, 9 gallons of molases, 28 pounds of sugar and 2 pounds of Hyson skin [ T    ] and charge to his account.  Dated Litchfield.
Item 6: Jabez Whittelsey order, 1823 Apr 8Add to your cart.
Jabez Whittelsey order to Elihu Harrison to let the bearer, Lucy Barnard, trade $1.75 at Harrison's store and charge to him.  Dated Litchfield.
Item 7: Joseph Hadger order, 1823 Apr 12Add to your cart.
Joseph Hadger order to E. Harrison to let the bearer, Solloman Harrison, trade 17 cents at Harrison's store and charge the same to him. Dated Litchfield, South Farms.
Item 8: Roger N. Whittelsey order, 1823 Apr 12Add to your cart.
Roger N. Whittelsey to E. Harrison to pay Julia Hine 50 cents out of Harrison's store and place the same on his account.  Dated Litchfield.
Item 9: Roger N. Whittelsey order, 1823 Apr 16Add to your cart.
Roger N. Whittelsey order to Elihu Harrison to pay Susan Brown $4.81 out of Harrison's store and charge the same to him.
Item 10: Heth P. Jones order, 1823 Apr 24Add to your cart.
Heth P. Jones orde to E. Harrison to let Sollomon Harrison trade 83 cents and charge to him.
Folder 12: Orders, 1823 May - AugAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Cowles & Benton order, 1823 May 1Add to your cart.
Cowles & Benton order to Elihu Harrison to deliver to the bearer 1 pair trunk handles and he will settle for the same.
Item 2: Lemon Thomas order, 1823 May 2Add to your cart.
Lemon Thomas order to Herman Orton to pay Elihu Harrison $10.00 in return for paying Orton's father's house rent.
Item 3: Thomas Way order, 1823 May 27Add to your cart.
Thomas Way order to Elihu Harrison to pay Elijah Wordern $3.83 out of Harrison's store. Dated Northfield.
Item 4: Simeon Sanford order, 1823 May 28Add to your cart.
Simeon Sanford order to E. Harrison to let Miss Ana Barnard trade 4 shillings out of Harrison's stores and change the same to him.
Item 5: John D. Weed order, 1823 May 28Add to your cart.
John D. Weed order to Esq. Harrison to let John T. Mansfield trade $6.05 at Harrison's store and charge the same to him.
Item 6: John D. Weed order, 1823 Jun 19Add to your cart.
John D. Weed order to E. Harrison to let the bearer Jesse Hubbard trade 67 cents and charge the same to him. Dated Litchfield South Farms.
Item 7: John D. Weed order, 1823 Jun 27Add to your cart.
Order for John D. Weed by Joseph Hadger to E. Harrison to let the bearer trade 38 cents.  Dated Litchfield South Farms.
Item 8: Lemon Munn, 1823 Jul 14Add to your cart.
Lemon Munn order to Elihu Harrison to let the bearer traade 3 shillings and 6 pence in Hrrison's store and charge the same to him.
Item 9: Simeon Smith order, 1823 Aug 8Add to your cart.
Simeon Smith order to E. Harrison to let Solomen Harrison have 25 cents in goods at Harrison's store and charge the same to him.  Dated Litchfield.
Item 10: John D. Weed order, 1823 Aug 12Add to your cart.
John D. Weed order to Esq. Harrison to let Miss Tolls trade $1.68 at Harrison's store and charge the same to him.
Item 11: Nathaniel Goodwin order, 1823 Aug 19Add to your cart.
Nathaniel Goodwin order to Elihu Harrison to let the bearer, Julia Hine, trade at Harrison's store to the amount of 5 shillings and charge the same to his account.  Dated South Farms.
Item 12: Morris Woodruff order, 1823 Aug 26Add to your cart.
Morris Woodruff order to Elihu Harrison to let Mrs Hannah Cables trade to the amount of 5 shillings & 2 pence at Harrison's store and charge his account.  Dated Litchfield.
Folder 13: Orders, 1823 Sep - DecAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Benton Barnard order, 1823 Sep 8Add to your cart.
Benton Barnard order to Elihu Harrison to let the bearer, BUrr oodwin, trade $1.87 at Harrison's store and charge to his account. Dated Litchfield South Farms.
Item 2: Jabez Whittelsey order, 1823 Sep 26Add to your cart.
Jabez Whittelsey order to Elihu Harrison to let Salmon Woodruff trade 50 cents at Harrison's store and charge the same to him.  Dated Litchfield.
Item 3: William Elliott order, 1823 Sep 20Add to your cart.
William Elliott order to Elihu Harrison to let the bearer, Mr. Curtis, trade 75 cents & charge the same to his account. Dated Litchfield, South Farms.
Item 4: Nathaniel Goodwin order, 1823 Sep 25Add to your cart.
Nathaniel Goodwin order to let the bearer, Ezra Hoyt, have 12 shillings worth at Harrison's store and charge the same to his account.  Dated South Farms.
Item 5: William H. Harrison order, 1823 Sep 28Add to your cart.
William H. Harrison order to E. Harrison to pay [  ]Woodruff 50 cents and charge to him. Dated South Farms.
Item 6: Henry W. Gibbs order, 1823 Oct 14Add to your cart.
Henry W. Gibbs order to Elihu Harrison to let the bearer have goods from Harrison's store to the amount of $1.00 and charge the same to his account.  Dated Litchfield.
Item 7: Seth Farnum order, 1823 Oct 22Add to your cart.
Seth C. Farnum order to Elihu Harrison to let the bearer have $2.54 and charge his account. Dated Litchfield.
Item 8: Richard Brown order, 1823 Oct 26Add to your cart.
Richard Brown order to Elihu Harrison to pay Daniel P____ony for $1.00 in goods. Dated Bethlem.
Item 9: Morris Woodruff order, 1823 Oct 31Add to your cart.
Morris Woodruff order to let the bearer Heman Orton, trade to the amount of $5.00 in goods at Harrison's store and charge to his account.  Dated Litchfield.
Item 10: Henry Skilton order, 1823 Nov 10Add to your cart.
Henry Skilton order to E. Harrison to let the bearer purchase one gallon cider brandy on his brandy account. Dated Watertown.
Item 11: John D. Weed order, 1823 Nov 24Add to your cart.
John D. Weed order to Esq. Harrison to let Capt. John T. Mansfield trade $2.00 at Harrison's store and charge to him.
Item 12: Phineas Emons order, 1823 Dec 24Add to your cart.
Phineas Emons order to Elihu Harrison to send him half a pound of Hison Skin Tea and he will be at the store some time during the week to try to pay for it.  Dated South Farms.
Item 13: Abel Camp, Jr. order, 1823 Dec 24Add to your cart.
Abel Camp, Jr. order to Elihu Harrison to let the bearer Epaphroditus Kent trade #1.00 at Harrison's store and charge to his account. Dated Litchfield.
Folder 14: Orders, 1824 Jan - AugAdd to your cart.
Item 1: John D. Weed order, 1824 Jan 2Add to your cart.
John D. Weed order to Elihu Harrison to pay Abel Camp 40 shillings in goods & charge to his account. Dated Litchfield.
Item 2: Jesse Hubbard order, 1824 Jan 12Add to your cart.
Jesse Hubbard order to Elihu Harrison to pay the bearer four and three pence in goods out of Harrison's store and charge the same to him.
Item 3: Cynthia Tolles order, 1824 Feb 3Add to your cart.
Cynthia Tolles order to Esq. Harrison to let Simeon Harrison trade at Harrison's store and charge to her account.  Dated Litchfield.
Item 4: George Merriman order, 1824 Feb 16Add to your cart.
Geroge Merriman order to E. harrison to let the bearer have 2 shilling at Harrison's store and charge to him. Dated Litchfield.
Item 5: Crossman & Pierpont, 1824 Feb 18Add to your cart.
Crossman & Pierpont order to E. Harrison to let the bearer T. Crosby trade $1.00 on their account at his store.
Item 6: Jesse Ensign order, 1824 Feb 28Add to your cart.
Jesse Ensign order to E. Harrison to let Solomon Harrison trade 50 cents at Harrison's store and charge the same to him.
Item 7: Abel Camp, Jr. order, 1824 Apr 23Add to your cart.
Abel Camp, Jr. order to Elihu Harrison to let Miss Sally Mansfield have 50 cents in goods om his account.  Dated Litchfield. On the reverse side are 5 dates with amounts spent totalling 50 cents on June 7, 1824.
Item 8: Reuben Gibbs order, 1824 May 1Add to your cart.
Note from Reuben Gibbs to E. Harrison stating that he was told by [Cheber]  Barnard that he is owed 56 cents for 14 pounds of veal and request one [  ] of brandy and some sugar.  Dated Litchfield.
Item 9: William Harrison order, 1824 Jun 12Add to your cart.
William Harrison order to Esq. Harrison to pay the bearer 1 and 4 pence in goods and charge the same to him.
Item 10: Morris Woodruff order, 1824 Jul 13Add to your cart.
Morris Woodruff order to Elihu Harrison to let the bearer Tomlinson Wells, trade to the amount of  $10.00 in goods & charge to him.  Dated Litchfield.
Item 11: Crossman & Pierpont order, 1824 Jul 15Add to your cart.
Crossman & Pierpont order to El. Harrison to let the bearer have what articles he calls for out of Harrison's store and charge the same to their account.  On the reverse, order by Horace Twitchell.
Item 12: Jesse Ensign order, 1824 Jul 27Add to your cart.
Jesse Ensign order to El. Harrison to let the bearer have $1.50 in goods out of Harrison's store and charge the same to him. Dated Litchfeild South Farms.
Item 13: Jacob Blackman order, 1824 Jul 31Add to your cart.
Jacob Blackman order to Elihu Harrison to let Miss Hannah Pope trade $4.67 from Harrison's store and charge the same to him.  Dated Litchfield South Farms.
Item 14: Abel Camp, Jr. order, 1824 Aug 28Add to your cart.
Abel Camp, Jr. order to Elihu Harrison to pay Epaphroditus Harrison $1.56 in goods and charge to his account.  Dated Litchfield.
Folder 14: Purchase orders, 1824 Jan 2 - Aug 28Add to your cart.
Folder 15: Orders, 1824 Sep - DecAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Richard Freeman order, 1824 Sep 2Add to your cart.
Richard Freeman order to Elihu Harrison to pay Jared Knapp seven shillings out of Harrison's store and charge to him.
Item 2: Isaac Hotchkiss order, 1824 Sep 11Add to your cart.
Isaac Hotchkiss order concerning ivory combs left with Harrison requesting that he pay William Shepard [part of document is missing]. Dated Smyrna.
Item 3: H. Skilton order, 1824 Sep 11Add to your cart.
H. Skilton order to Esq. E. Harrison to give Orange Monger his note and charge him with $7.00. Dated Litchfield.
Item 4: Joseph Hadger order, 1824 Sep 24Add to your cart.
Joseph Hadger order to Elihu Harrison to let the bearer trade $1.00 and charge the same to him. Dated from Litchfield South Farms.
Item 5: Sherman Pierpont order, 1824 Sep 28Add to your cart.
Sherman Pierpont order to E. Harrison to pay Mireom Stone $3.09 and charge the same to him. Dated from Litchfield.
Item 6: Abel Camp, Jr. order, 1824 Oct 14Add to your cart.
Abel Camp Jr. order to Esq. Harrison to Hollingsworth Hine have $1.17 in good on his account..
Item 7: Simeon Sanford order, 1824 Oct 14Add to your cart.
Simeon Sanford order to Elihu Harrison to pay Wollise Parmelee $2.00 out of Harrison's store and charge the same to him.  Dated from South Farms.
Item 8: S.B. Parker order, 1824 Oct 30Add to your cart.
S. B. Parker order to Elihu Harrison to let the bearer trade to the amount of $1.00 and charge the same to him. Dated from South Farms.
Item 9: Morris Woodruff order, 1824 Nov 1Add to your cart.
Morris Woodruff order to let George Enoc have $3.58 in goods at Harrison's store and charge to his account.  Dated from Litchfield.
Item 10: H. Skilton order, 1824 Nov 8Add to your cart.
H. Skilton order to Esq. E. Harrison to let the bearer trade $1.00 and charge it to him. Dated from Watertown.
Item 11: Simeon Sanford order, 1824 Nov 10Add to your cart.
Simeon Sanford order to Elihu Harrison to pay Susan Mansfield $3.00 in goods and charge the same to him.  Dated from South Farms.
Item 12: Miner Gaylord order, 1824 Nov 14Add to your cart.
Miner Gaylord order to Mr. Harrison to let the bearer trade 12 1/2 cents on his account. Note by Harrison: Mrs. Prentice.
Item 13: H. Skilton order, 1824 Nov 18Add to your cart.
H. Skilton order to Esq. E. Harrison to let the bearer [G. Roberg] trade $1.00 at Harrison's store and charge to him.
Item 14: H. Skilton order, 1824 Nov 19Add to your cart.
H. Skilton order to Esq. E. Harrison to let the bearer [John Cole] trade $1.00 at Harrison's store and charge the same to him. Dated from Watertown
Item 15: H. Skilton order, 1824 Nov 16Add to your cart.
H. Skilton order to E. Harrison to let J. Cole trade 2 shillings and charge the same to him. Dated rrom Watertown.
Item 16: H. Skilton order, 1824 Nov 30Add to your cart.
H. Skilton order to let the bearer trade $1.00 on his account.
Item 17: Dan Throop order, 1824 Dec 8Add to your cart.
Dan Throop order to Elihu Harrison to let the bearer trade $1.17 and charge the same to him. Dated Litchfield farms. Note on the back: order by R. Brown.
Item 18: Sherman Pierpont order, 1824 Dec 8Add to your cart.
Sherman Pierpont order to E. Harrison to deliver Mr. S.M. Smith $1.00 worth of goods from Harrison's store and charge the same to him.  Dated from Litchfield.
Folder 15: Purchase orders, 1824 Sep 2 - Dec 8Add to your cart.
Folder 16: Orders, 1825 Jan - OctAdd to your cart.
Item 1: John D. Weed order, 1825 Jan 1Add to your cart.
John D. Weed order to E. Harrison to  pay widow Hannah Cables $1.00 and charge to his account.  Dated from Litchfield.
Item 2: Samuel Barnard, Jr. order, 1825 Feb. 14Add to your cart.
Samuel Barnard, Jr. order to pay the bearer $2.92 in goods at Harrison's store and charge to his account. Dated from South Farms.
Item 3: Sherman Pierpont order, 1825 Mar 5Add to your cart.
Sherman Pierpont order to pay Dennis Smith $5.96 out of Harrison's store and charge the same to him.  Dated from Ltichfield.
Item 4: O. & C. Seymour, 1825 Mar 7Add to your cart.
O. & C. Seymour order to Elihu Harrison to let the bearer L. Curtis have such goods as he wants and charge to them.
Item 5: S. Pierpont order, 1825 Mar 11Add to your cart.
S. Pierpont order to E. Harrison to deliver Mr. J.M. Smith goods from his store to the amount of $1.00. Dated from Litchfield.
Item 6: Jesse Hubbard order, 1825 Mar 16Add to your cart.
Jesse Hubbard order to Elihu Harrison to pay the bearer 5 shillings in goods and charge the same to him.
Item 7: J.M. Pierpont order, 1825 Apr 26Add to your cart.
J.M. Pierpont order to E. harrison to send by the bearer the 2 gallons of rum of which they had spoken.  Received Litchfield, April 26, 1825, Crosby boy, bearer.
Item 8: Job Smith order, 1825 Oct 11Add to your cart.
Job Smith order to Mr. Harrison to let Eliza Vanhoeson $1.50 and charge the same to him.
Item 9: Dennis Smith order, 1825 Oct 31Add to your cart.
Dennis Smith order to Elihu Harrison to pay the bearer $1.00 in goods at Harrison's store and charge the same to him. Dated from Watertown.
Folder 17: Orders, 1825 Nov - DecAdd to your cart.
Orders to merchants Harrison & Parmelee for trade at their store. The partnership between Elihu Harrison and Albert O. Parmelee was established in September 1825.
Item 1: Simeon Sanford order, 1825 Nov 2Add to your cart.
Simeon Sanford order to Harrison & Parmelee to pay Henry Blynn $3.33 in goods and charge to his account. Dated from Litchfield.
Item 2: Jesse Breed order, 1825 Nov 7Add to your cart.
Jesse Breed to Messr. Harrison & Co. to let the bearer have $2.00 in goods & charge to same to his account. Dated from Litchfield.
Item 3: Simeon Sanford order, 1825 Nov 25Add to your cart.
Simeon Sanford order to Messrs. Harrison & Parmelee to pay Daniel Roberts or bearer $1.25 in goods and charge to his account.  Dated from Litchfield.
Item 4: S.P. Beers order, 1825 Nov 26Add to your cart.
S. [Seth] P. Beers order to Harrison & Parmelee to pay Therom Squires $5.50 from their store.
Item 5: John T. Mansfield order, 1825 Dec 2Add to your cart.
John T. Mansfield order to Harrison & Parmelee to pay Tomlinson Wells $6.00 in goods and charge to his account.  Dated from Litchfield.
Item 6: John T. Mansfield order, 1825 Dec 8Add to your cart.
John T. Mansfield order to Harrison & Parmelee to discount to the bearer Abel Camp, $1.67 and charge the same to him. Dated from Litchfield.
Item 7: Simeon Sanford order, 1825 Dec 3Add to your cart.
Simeon Sanford order to Harrison & Parmelee to pay Luanna Orvis $6.42 in goods and charge to him.
Item 8: Roswell Harrison, 1825 Dec 6Add to your cart.
Roswell Harrison order to Harrison & Parmelee to pay David King $8.00 and charge the same [        ] cash for cheese.
Item 9: Simeon Sanford order, 1825 Dec 15Add to your cart.
Simeon Sanford order to Harrison & Parmelee to pay Daniel Roberts 21 cents in goods and charge to him.  Dated from Litchfield.
Item 10: Levi Van Hoesen, Jr order, 1825 Dec 26Add to your cart.
Levi Van Hoesen, Jr. order to Elihu Harrison to let the bearer trade $2.50 and charge the same to him.
Folder 18: Orders, 1826 Jan - MayAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Harley Moss order, 1826 Jan 4Add to your cart.
Harley Moss order to Mr. harrison to let the bearer, Celina Hall, trade at Harrison's store and charge the same to him.  Dated from Litchfield. On the back is a list of items purchased including velvet, buckram, lace and gloves for a total of $1.86.
Item 2: Simeon Sanford order, 1826 Jan 6Add to your cart.
Simeon Sanford order to Harrison & Parmelee to pay Joseph W. Mason $10.47 in goods at their store.  Dated from Litchfield.
Item 3: G. Sanford order, 1826 Jan 10Add to your cart.
Garwood Sanford order to let the bearer have $1.50 in goods and he will account for the same. Dated from Litchfield.
Item 4: Julius Todd order, 1826 Jan 13Add to your cart.
Julius Todd order to Messrs. Harrison & Parmelee to let the bearer trade $4.18 at their store and charge $2.25 to Edward Blakeslee and the remainder to him. Datef from Litchfield.
Item 5: J.M. Pierpont order, 1826 Feb 17Add to your cart.
J.M. Pierpont order to Harrison & Parmelee to pay Mrs. Sally Pierpont or bearer $1.00 in trade at their store and charge the same to him. Dated from Litchfield.
Item 6: John A. Woodruff order, 1826 Feb 22Add to your cart.
John A. Woodruff order to Harrison & Parmelee to pay the bearer 86 cents in goods and charge the same to him. Dated Litchfield.
Item 7: Joseph Brown, 1826 Mar 2Add to your cart.
Joseph Brown order to Elihu Harrison to pay S.S. & Harrison $1.88 out of his pension money.
Item 8: Philo Morse, Jr. order, 1826 Mar 18Add to your cart.
Philo Morse, Jr. order to Mr. Harrison to let [   ] Higby trade 85 cents and charge to him. Dated from Litchfield.
Item 9: E.W. Russell order, 1826 May 8Add to your cart.
E.W. Russell order to Harrison & Parmelee to let Mr. B[?] or bearer have $10 in goods and charge to him.  Dated from Litchfield.
Item 10: Amos Sanford, 1826 May 8Add to your cart.
Amos Sanford to Harrison & Parmelee to pay Hervey Brooks or bearer $3.00 in goods from their store and charge it to him.  Dated from Goshen.
Item 11: Zophar B. Hayes order, 1826 May 11Add to your cart.
Zophar B. Hayes order to Harrison & Palmer to let the bearer trade $1.25 out of their store and charge the same to him..
Item 12: E. Hempsted order, 1826 May 15Add to your cart.
E. Hempsted order to Harrison & Parmelee to let the bearer Mr. Jonathan Carrington or bearer, have goods to the amount of $5.50 out of their store and charge the same to his account. Dated from Litchfield.
Item 13: Nathan Thrall order, 1826 May 20Add to your cart.
Nathan Thrall order to Harrison & Parmelee to pay the bearer 7 shillings at their store & charge to him. Dated from Goshen.
Item 14: Calvin Gilbert order, 1826 May 23Add to your cart.
Calvin GIlbert order to Harrison & Parmalee to pay the bearer, Benjamin Kilcorn & Co., $1.50 in goods and charge to him. Dated from Litchfield.  On the back: order charged Z.. B. Hays June 6, 1826.
Item 15: O. & C. Seymour order, 1826 May 25Add to your cart.
O. & C. Seymour order to Harrison & Parmelee to let the bearer Mrs. Hills, have $5.00 in goods and charge to their account.
Item 16: Henry A. Murray order, 1826 May 25Add to your cart.
Henry A. Murray order to Harrison & Parmelee to let the bearer trade to the amount of 3 or 4 dollars at their store and charge to same to him.  Dated from Litchfield.
Folder 19: Orders, 1826 Jun - AugAdd to your cart.
Item 1: John A. Meriman order, 1826 Jun 9Add to your cart.
John A. Meriman order to Harrison & Parmelee to let the bearer have some brown cloth & charge to him.  Added note by H & P, deliverd Eld Jennigs on the above order $1.38. Dated from Litchfield.
Item 2: Nathan Thrall order, 1826 Jun 21Add to your cart.
Nathan Thrall order to Harrison & Parmelee to let the bearer Dudley Henderson, have 7 shillings worth of goods on his account.  Dated from Goshen.
Item 3: Zophar B. Hayes order, 1826 Jul 8Add to your cart.
Zophar B. Hayes order to Harrison & Parmely to let the bearer have $5.00 in goods and charge the same to him.
Item 4: Lyman Wooster order, 1826 Jul 18Add to your cart.
Lyman Wooster order to Harrison & Parmelee to pay H. Gregory or bearer $4.93 and charge the same to his account. Dated from Litchfield.
Item 5: Frederic McNeil order, 1826 Jul 21Add to your cart.
Frederic McNeil order to Mr. Parmelee to let the bearer have 2 yards of cotton cloth and charge the same to him. Dated from Litchfield.
Item 6: Zophar B. Hayes order, 1826 Jul 23Add to your cart.
Zophar B. Hayes order to Harrison & Parmelee to let the bearer have $6.50 in goods and charge the same to him.
Item 7: J. Bissell order, 1826 Jul 31Add to your cart.
John Bissell order to Harrison & Parmelee to pay W. Griswold $1.33 in goods on his account.
Item 8: J. Bissell order, 1826 Aug 15Add to your cart.
John Bissell order to Harrison & Parmelee to pay Mrs. Chetewin $3.25 in goods and he will pay them in the fall.
Item 9: Samuel R. Childs order, 1826 Aug 15Add to your cart.
Samuel R. Childs order to Harrison & Parmelee to let the bearer have 50 cents worth of flour and charge to his account. Dated from Litchfield.
Item 10: Zophar B. Hayes order, 1826 Aug 17Add to your cart.
Zophar B. Hayes order to Harrison & Parmelee to  let the bearer have $3.25 in goods and charge th same to him. Dated from Litchfield.
Item 11: Amso Johnson order, 1826 Aug 22Add to your cart.
Amos Johnson order to Mr. Harrison to let Mrs. Peck have $2.00 in goods our of Harrison's store and charge to his account.  Dated from Litchfield.
Item 12: S.S. Smith order, 1826 Aug 26Add to your cart.
S.S. Smith to Harrison Parmelee to send by the boy a quarter of a hundred of sugar and charge to him.
Item 13: George Dewey order, 1826 Aug 30Add to your cart.
Geroge Dewey order to Parmelee & Harrison to pay the bearer 60 cents in goods and charge. Dated from Litchfield.
Folder 20: Orders, 1826 Sep - OctAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Argus Beecher order, 1826 Sep 14Add to your cart.
Argus Beecher order to Messrs. Harrison & Parmelee  to pay the bearer Brazillai Arnts $10.00 in goods. Dated from Litchfield.
Item 2: James Trowbridge order, 1826 Sep 26Add to your cart.
James Trowbridge order to Harry Bulkley to deliver at E. Harrison's store, 2 pairs of good Morocco shoes worth $1.25 per pair by the 12th of October.  Dated from Litchfield.  On the back: not accepted Henry Bulkley.
Item 3: Zophar B. Hayes order, 1826 Sep 26Add to your cart.
Zophar B. Hayes order to Elihu Harrison to pay William H. Adams $1.50 in goods. Dated from Litchfield.
Item 4: Zophar B Hayes, 1826 Sep 29Add to your cart.
Zophar B. Hayes order to Elihu Harrison to let the bearer have $1.87 in goods and charge to him.
Item 5: Alfred Peck order, 1826 Sep 7Add to your cart.
Alfred Peck order to Harrison & Parmelee to let the bearer trade $1.50 at their store & charge to his account. Dated from Litchfield.
Item 6: Zophar B. Hayes order, 1826 Oct 11Add to your cart.
Zophar B. Hayes order to E. Harrison to let the bearer have $2.67 out of Harrison's store and charge to same to him. Dated from Litchfield.
Item 7: George Dewey order, 1826 Oct 13Add to your cart.
George Dewey order to E. Harrison to pay the bearer 25 cents in goods and charge to him.  Dated from Litchfield.
Item 8: Garwood Sanford order, 1826 Oct 13Add to your cart.
Garwood Sanford order to Elihu Harrison to pay the bearer $1.50 in goods and charge to him.
Item 9: G. Sanford order, 1826 Oct 16Add to your cart.
Garwood Sanford order to let the bearer have one bushell [  ] salt on his account.  Dated from Litchfield.
Item 10: Eliada Peck, 1826 Oct 26Add to your cart.
Eliada Peck order to Elihu Harrison to let Mrs. Hall have $1.00  worth of goods at Harrison's store and charge to him. Dated from Litchfield.
Item 11: Eben N. Thomson, 1826 Oct 26Add to your cart.
Eben N. Thomson order to Mr. Harrison to deliver Mr. Stoddard what corn he may wish and charge to his account. Dated from Goshen.
Item 12: John A. Woodruff order, 1826 Oct 27Add to your cart.
John A. Woodruff order to E. Harrison to let the bearer trade $1.00 our of Harrison's store and charge the same to him.
Folder 21: Orders, 1826 Nov - DecAdd to your cart.
Item 1: George Dewey order, 1826 Nov 8Add to your cart.
George Dewey order to E. Harrison to pay the bearer $2.45 in goods and charge.
Item 2: Frederick A. Marsh order, 1826 Nov 8Add to your cart.
Frederick A. Marsh order to Elihu Harrison to pay O. Ayees or the bearer $2.00 and charge the same to him.  Dated from Litchfield.
Item 3: John A. Woodruff order, 1826 Nov 13Add to your cart.
John A. Woodruff order to E. Harrison to pay the bearer $3.50 in goods and charge the same to him.
Item 4: Zophar B. Hayes order, 1826 Nov 17Add to your cart.
Zophar B. Hayes order to Elihu Harrison to pay Stephen Trowbridge 2 shillings & 6 pence and charge.  Dated from Litchfield.
Item 5: Eliada Peck order, 1826 Nov 18Add to your cart.
Eliada Peck order to Elihu Harrison to let the bearer have $1.50 worth of goods from Harrison's store and change it to him. Dated Litchfield.
Item 6: Solomon Gibbs order, 1826 Nov 27Add to your cart.
Solomon Gibbs order to Mr. Harrison to let the bearer trade 50 cents at Harrison's store and charge the same to him.
Item 7: Ebenezer Benton order, 1826 Dec 2Add to your cart.
Ebenezer Benton order to Elihu Harrison to pay George Dewey $12.75 in goods and charge the same.
Item 8: Frederick A. Marsh order, 1826 Dec 4Add to your cart.
Frederick A. Marsh order to Elihu Harrison to pay Miss Hannah Kilborn $4.84 in goods and charge the same to him. Dated from Litchfield.
Item 9: G. Sanford order, 1826 Dec. 8Add to your cart.
Garwood Sanford order to E. Harrison to let the bearer have half pound Hyson Shin Tea & charge. Dated from Litchfield.
Item 10: Eliada Peck order, 1826 Dec 11Add to your cart.
Eliada Peck order to Elihu Harrison to let the bearer have $1.17 worth of goods and charge the same to him. Dated from Litchfield.
Item 11: Chauncey Peck order, 1826 Dec 13Add to your cart.
Chauncey Peck order to Mr. harrison to let the bearer have $1.25 worth of [steel]? and charge the same to Albert O. Parmalle fro the use of his gun. Dated from Litchfield.
Item 12: Jack Peck, 1826 Dec 14Add to your cart.
Jack Peck order to Elihu Harrison to pay Chauncey Peck 4 shillings in goods and charge. Dated from Litchfield.
Item 13: James Stone order, 1826 Dec 18Add to your cart.
James Stone order to E. Harrison to send by the bearer, 2 quarts brandy, 4 days old at least and charge. Dated from Litchfield.
Folder 22: Orders, 1827 Jan - MarAdd to your cart.
Item 1: E.W. Rusell order, 1827 Jan 9Add to your cart.
E.W. Russell order to E. Harrison to pay Doctor Daniel Sheldon $3.32 in goods and charge it to him. Dated from Litchfield.
Item 2: Asa Gillet order, 1827 Jan 16Add to your cart.
Asa Gillet order to Elihu Harrison to pay the bearer $1.00 in goods and charge to his account. Dated Litchfield.
Item 3: Asa Gillet order, 1827 Jan 22Add to your cart.
Asa Gillet order to Mr. harrison to send by the bearer one pint of rum and charge to his account. Dated Litchfield.
Item 4: J. Bissell order, 1827 Jan 24Add to your cart.
John Bissell order to E. Harrison to charge $2.00 in goods to him and deliver it to Mr. S. Trowbridge. Dated from Litchfield.
Item 5: Eliada Peck order, 1827 Feb 24Add to your cart.
Eliada Peck order to Elihu Harrison to let the bearer have $1.08 worth of goods & charge it to him. Dated from Litchfield.
Item 6: A. Abbe order, 1827 Mar 2Add to your cart.
Dr. A. Abbe order to Mr. Harrison to let the bearer Mr. Webster have 50 pounds of rye flour and charge to his account. Dated from Litchfield. On the back: order by Lowdon Webster.
Item 7: P.C. & W.H. Fenn order, 1826 Mar 8Add to your cart.
P.C. & W.H. Fenn order to Elihu Harrison to pay G. Dewey $4.88 and charge the same to them.  Dated Litchfield.
Item 8: B. Kilborn & Co. order, 1827 Mar 13Add to your cart.
B. Kilborn & Co. order to E. Harrison to let William Adams have $12.00 in goods at Harrison's store and charge the same to them.  Dated from Litchfield.
Item 9: S.S. Smith order, 1827 Mar 16Add to your cart.
S.S. Smith order to E. Harrison to deliver D. C. McClary cotton, etc. sufficient for 4 shirts and charge.
Item 10: A. Abbe order, 1827 Mar 22Add to your cart.
A. Abbe order to E. Harrison to pay Mr. Lowdon Webster $[  ] in rye flour & charge to his account.  Dated from Litchfield.
Item 11: William Buell 2nd order, 1827 Mar 23Add to your cart.
William Buell 2nd order to Elihu Harrison to let the bearer Miss Libby Culver trade 50 cents at Harrison's store and charge to his account.  Dated from Litchfield.
Item 12: Lucy Parnelee order, 1827 Mar 26Add to your cart.
Lucy Parmelee order to Mr. Harrison to let the bearer, Miss M. Parmer, have $1.00 and 1 shilling worth of goods from Harrison's store and charge the same to her.
Item 13: Samuel Waldrum order, 1827 Mar 26Add to your cart.
Samuel Waldrum order to Elihu Harrison to let [  ] have 14 shillings and charge the same to him.
Item 14 : Asa Gillet order, 1827 Mar 30Add to your cart.
Asa Gillet order to Mr. Harrison to let the bearer have $1.55 on his account.
Folder 23: Orders, 1827 Apr - MayAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Samuel R. Childs order, 1827 Apr 11Add to your cart.
Samuel R. Childs order to Elihu Harrison to pay the bearer Mr. Stpehen Deming $85 and charge the same to his account.  Dated from Litchfield.
Item 2: John Welch order, 1827 Apr 14Add to your cart.
John Welch order to Messr. Harrison or Wadsworth to sent him one [  ] brandy & a bill, and he will send the pay at the first opportunity.  Dated Milton.
Item 3: Asa Gillet order, 1827 Apr 18Add to your cart.
Asa Gillet order to Mr. Harrison to let the bearer have $1.00 out of the store and charge to him.
Item 4: Stone & Bolles order, 1827 Apr 25Add to your cart.
Stone & Bolles order to E. Harrison to pay Eliada Peck $3.00 in goods and charge to their account. Dated from Litchfield.
Item 5: A. Abbe order, 1827 Apr 23Add to your cart.
Alanson Abbe order to pay the bearer $2.50 in flour and charge to his account.  Dated from Litchfield.
Item 6: George Dewey order, 1827 May 4Add to your cart.
George Dewey order to E. Harrison to pay Frederick Bradley $1.50 in goods and charge.
Item 7: Asa Gillet order, 1827 May 9Add to your cart.
Asa Gillet order to Mr. Harrison to let the bearer have 37 cents and charge the same to him.
Item 8: Asa Gillet order, 1827 May 14Add to your cart.
Asa Gillet order to let Elisha Taylor or bearer have $1.00 in goods and charge the same to him.  Dated from Litchfield.
Item 9: Timothy Foot order, 1827 May 10Add to your cart.
Timothy Foot order to Elihu Harrison to let the bearer trade $2.20 at Harrison's store and charge to his account.
Item 10: E.W. Russell order, 1827 May 15Add to your cart.
E.W. Russell order to E. Harrison to pay John P. Brace $8.00 in goods and charge to him. Dated from Litchfield.
Item 11: E.W. Russell order, 1827 May 14Add to your cart.
Emanuel W. Russell order to E. Harrison to pay Eliada Peck $8.00 in goods and charge it to him.  Dated from Litchfield.
Item 12: John A. Woodruff order, 1827 May 16Add to your cart.
John A. Woodruff order to Mr. Harrison to let the bearer trade $1.00 in goods at Harrison's store & charge the same to him.
Item 13: O. & C. Seymour order, 1827 May 22Add to your cart.
O. & C. Seymour order to let the bearer Truman Spencer have such goods as he wants and charge to their account & send a bill.
Item 14: Eliada Peck order, 1827 May 23Add to your cart.
Eliada Peck order to Elihu harrison to pay the bearer $1.00 in goods & charge to him. Dated from Litchfield.
Folder 24: Orders, 1827 Jun - SepAdd to your cart.
Item 1: John Morse order, 1827 Jun 2Add to your cart.
John Morse order to E. Harrison to let the bearer Miss Culver have goods out of Harrison's store to the amount of $1.79 and charge the same to him. Dated from Litchfield.
Item 2: Eliada Peck order, 1827 Jun 6Add to your cart.
Eliada Peck order to Elihu Harrison to let the bearer have 58 cents worth of goods and charge the same to him.
Item 3: Asa Gillet order, 1827 Jun 12Add to your cart.
Asa Gillet order to Mr. Squire Harrison to let the bearer have $3.75 out of Harrison's store and charge the same to him. Dated from Litchfield.
Item 4: Nathan D. Smith order, 1827 Jun 14Add to your cart.
Nathan D. Smith order to E. Harrison to let the bearer have $1.00 in goods. Dated from Litchfield.
Item 5: O.W. Curtiss order, 1827 Jun 29Add to your cart.
O.W. Curtiss order to Elihu Harrison to pay Henry Skilton or order $6.25, which was in full for bill of sale. Signed O.W. CUrtiss for firm of Curtiss & Forbes. Dated from New Haven.
Item 6: John A. Woodruff order, 1827 Jul 26Add to your cart.
John A. Woodruff order to E. Harrison to pay Tomllson Wells $4.17 in goods out of Harrison's store and charge the same to him.  Dated from Litchfield.
Item 7: John A. Woodruff order, 1827 Aug 4Add to your cart.
John A. Woodruff order to E. Harrison to let the bearer purchase $1.50 in goods out of the store & charge the same to him. Dated from Litchfield.
Item 8: Samuel Waldrum order, 1827 Aug 11Add to your cart.
Samuel Waldrum order to Mr. Harrison to let Abrum Lane have $3.50 in goods on his account.
Item 9: Mr. Elmendorf order, 1827 Jun 26Add to your cart.
Mr. Elmendorf order to Elihu Harrison, Town Clerk,  to send him a cannister of powder if it is very good. If not, he is to sent only a quarter of a pound of the best powder that he has.
Item 10: Asa Gillet order, 1827 Aug 18Add to your cart.
Asa Gillet order to Mr. Harrison to let the bearer have 50 cents in goods and charge the same to him. Dated from Litchfield.
Item 11: Dudley Henderson order, 1827 Aug 15Add to your cart.
Dudley Henderson order to Elihu Harrison to let the bearer Mr. Lord have $6.36 in goods and charge to him. Dated from Goshen.
Item 12: Sylvester Spencer order, 1827 Sep 3Add to your cart.
Sylvester Spencer order to Elihu Harrison to pay the bearer $6.25 in goods at Harrison'sstore and charge the same to him.
Item 13: Heman W. Childs order, 1827 Sep 11Add to your cart.
Heman W. Childs order to Elihu Harrison to let the bearer, Mrs. Ann Stoddard, have $10.00 in goods from Harrison's store. Dated from Litchfield.
Item 14: E. Wells order, 1827 Sep 18Add to your cart.
E. Wells order to Mr. Harrison to send by the bearer one quart of cheap wine, half pound of [peralark]? and a lump of chalk and charge to Mr. Wells.
Item 15: Garwood Sanford order, 1827 Sep 14Add to your cart.
Garwood Sanford order to E. Harrison to let the bearer have $3.25 in goods and charge to his account. Dated from Litchfield.
Item 16: Charles Buell order, 1827 Sep 24Add to your cart.
Charles Buell order to Elihu Harrison to let the bearer Bille Turner have $1.00 worth of goods and charge to him. Dated from Litchfield.
Item 17: Edward Scott order, 1827 Sep 24Add to your cart.
Edward Scott order to Mr. Harrison to let H. [Trish]? have a pair of stockings and charge the same to his account. Dated from Litchfield.
Folder 25: Orders, 1827 OctAdd to your cart.
Item 1: B. Kilborn & Co., 1827 Oct 1Add to your cart.
Benjamin Kilborn & Co. order to Elihu Harrison to let the bearer have such articles as he shall select and charge the same to them. Dated from Litchfield.
Item 2: Charles W. Shaumburg order, 1827 Oct 1Add to your cart.
Charles W. Shaumburg order to Elihu Harrison to give the bearer one pound of Cavendish tobacco.
Item 3: Samuel Barnard Jr. order, 1827 Oct 8Add to your cart.
Samuel Barnard Jr. order to E. Harrison to pay the bearer $1.75 in goods. Dated from Litchfield.
Item 4: Stephen Deming order, 1827 Oct 8Add to your cart.
Stephen Deming, selectman, order to Elihu Harrison to let [ itten] Freeman have 20 pounds of rey flour and charge to the town of Litchfield.
Item 5: Timothy Churchill order, 1827 Oct 11Add to your cart.
Timothy Churchill order to Elihu Harrison to let the old Captin trade 50 cents and charge to his account. Dated from Litchfield.
Item 6: S. Deming order, 1827 Oct 15Add to your cart.
Stephen Deming, selectman, order to Elihu harrison to let Sally hall trade 50 cents on the town account.
Item 7: Edward Scott order, 1827 Oct 15Add to your cart.
Edward Scott order to Mr. Harrison to let the bearer [Mrs.]? Agard trade $3.75 and charge to his account. dated from Litchfield.
Item 8: E. Reeve order, 1827 Oct 30Add to your cart.
Mrs. E. Reeve order to Mr. Harrison to send her a quarter of hundred of his best brown sugar.
Folder 26: Orders, 1827 Nov - DecAdd to your cart.
Item 1: William Buell 2nd order, 1827 Nov 1Add to your cart.
William Buell 2nd order to E. Harrison to pay the bearer Miss Mary Ann Webster, 83 cents and charge to his account. Dated from Litchfield.
Item 2: S. Deming order, 1827 Nov 2Add to your cart.
Stephen Deming, selectman, order to Mr. harrison to let Lucy/Suzy? Pitter Freeman have 20 pounds of rye flour on the town account.
Item 3: Eliada Peck order, 1827 Nov 5Add to your cart.
Eliada Peck order to Elihu Harrison to let the Miss McNeile have $2.18 worth of goods and charge to him.
Item 4: E. Scott order, 1827 Nov 11Add to your cart.
Edward Scott order to Mr. Harrison to let Mr. Fish have cloth for two shirts and a pair of stockings and charge the same to his account. Dated from Litchfield.
Item 5: John BIssell order, 1827 Nov 13Add to your cart.
John Bissell note to Elihu Harrison that he has agreed to pay Mr. Tussle for bringing a stove to Harrison who is to pay him.
Item 6: E. & O. Wadhams order, 1827 Nov 17Add to your cart.
E. & O. Wadhams order to E. Harrison to let the bearer have $9.00 worth of goods and charge to their account.  Dated from Goshen.
Item 7: Eliada Peck order, 1827 Nov 19Add to your cart.
Eliada Peck order to Elihu Harrison to let Mrs. Mason have $1.54 worth of goods and charge the same to him.  Dated Litchfield.
Item 8: Julius Beach order, 1827 Nov 26Add to your cart.
Julius Beach order to E. Harrison to pay Solon Bishop 55 cents.  Dated from Litchfield.
Item 9: Phineas Lord order, 1827 Dec 4Add to your cart.
Phineas Lord order to Elihu Harrison to pay the bearer $6.00 in goods and charge the same to him.
Item 10: Jonathan Carrington order, 1827 Dec 4Add to your cart.
Jonathan Carrington order to Elihu Harrison to pay Timothy Churchill $1.00 and charge.
Item 11: Denman Woodruff order, 1827 Dec 8Add to your cart.
Denman Woodruff order to Elihu Harrison to pay the bearer $1.00 from Harrison's store and charge to him.  Dated from Litchfield.
Item 12: S. Deming order, 1827 Dec 12Add to your cart.
S. Deming order to Mr. Harrison to let Elisha Lonebridge have 55 cents worth of [trimings] and charge to him.
Item 13: Eliada Peck order, 1827 Dec 12Add to your cart.
Eliada Peck order to E. harrison to pary Frank [Rost] $1.00 in goods and charge to him. Dated from Litchfield.
Item 14: Edward Scott order, 1827 Dec 12Add to your cart.
Edward Scott order to Mr. Harrison to let Mrs. Hull trade $2.00 in goods and charge the same to his account. Dated from Litchfield.
Item 15: S.R. Childs order, 1827 Dec 18Add to your cart.
S.R. Childs order to Mr. Harrison to let the bearer have $1.00 in goods and charge to his account.
Item 16: John Stone order, 1827 Dec 22Add to your cart.
John Stone order to Elihu Harrison to let the bearer have 6 shillings and charge to him.
Folder 27: Orders, 1828 JanAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Denman Woodruff order, 1828 Jan 5Add to your cart.
Denman Woodruff order to Elihu Harrison to let Mr. Palmer have 50 cents & charge to him.
Item 2: John T. Mansfield order, 1828 Jan 5Add to your cart.
John T. Mansfield order to Elihu Harrison to [ind___] on Mr. Charles Goodwin's note $4.12 and he will acount the same. Dated Litchfield.
Item 3: C.G. Bennett order, 1828 Jan 8Add to your cart.
C.G. Bennett order to Mr. Harrison to let Ely Hickok have 100 punds of rye floure and 2 pounds of butter and send him a bill.  Dated from Litchfield.
Item 4: Asa Gillet order, 1828 Jan 15Add to your cart.
Asa Gillet order to Mr. Harrison to pay the bearer 25 cents and charge to him.
Item 5: John T. Mansfield order, 1828 Jan 17Add to your cart.
John T. Mansfield order to Elihu Harrison to pay the bearer Eben BUrgess $9.00 in goods and he will account as he did for Goodwin's order.  Dated Litchfield.
Item 6: George Dewey order, 1828 Jan 19Add to your cart.
George Dewey order to Elihu Harrison to pay Amos Morse 10 shillings in goods and charge.
Item 7: George Dewey order, 1828 Jan 19Add to your cart.
George Dewey order to pay Mr. [Tunel]? 75 cents in goods and charge.
Folder 28: Orders, 1828 FebAdd to your cart.
Item 1: O.M. Stevens order, 1828 Feb 8Add to your cart.
[Osuny]? M. Stevens order to Elihu Harrison to pay George Dewey $35.00 in goods and charge to his account.  Dated Litchfield.
Item 2: Asa Gillet order, 1828 Feb 14Add to your cart.
Asa Gillet order to E. Harrison to let the bearer have 2 shillings and 6 pence out of Harrison's store and charge to him.
Item 3: Asa Gillet order, 1828 Feb 16Add to your cart.
Asa Gillet order to M. Harrison to let the bearer have 2 shillings and charge the same to him.
Item 4: Oliver S. Wolcott order, 1828 Feb 18Add to your cart.
Oliver S. Wolcott order to E. Harrison to let Mr. Squires have goods to $6.50 and charge the same to him. Dated from Litchfield.
Item 5: Allison Turner order, 1828 Feb 21Add to your cart.
Allison Turner order to Mr. Harrison to let the bearer have one gallon of molasses & half pound of salt petre and 6 or 8 bushels of salt and charge the same to him. Dated from Litchfield.
Item 6: Eliada Peck order, 1828 Feb 23Add to your cart.
Eliada Peck order to Elihu Harrison to let the bearer have $1.37 worth of goods and charge to him. Dated Litchfield.
Item 7: C.G. Bennett order, 1828 Feb 23Add to your cart.
C.G. Bennett order to Mr. Harrison to let Ely Hickok have 75 cents from the store.
Item 8: Asahel H. Morse order, 1828 Feb 25Add to your cart.
Asahel H. Morse order to Mr. Harrison to send by the bearer 18 large black silk buttons, or worsted or those worn by gentlemen. Also 4 pieces of black braided cord and 6 pairs of hooks & eyes and charge the same to him.
Item 9: Asa Gillet order, 1828 Feb 26Add to your cart.
Asa Gillet order to E. Harrison to let the bearer have 2 shillings out of the store and charge.
Item 10: Asa Gillet order, 1828 Feb 26Add to your cart.
Asa Gillet order to Mr. harrison to pay the bearer 25 cents and charge the same to him.
Folder 29: Orders, 1828 MarAdd to your cart.
Item 1: C.G. Bennett order, 1828 Mar 8Add to your cart.
C.G. Bennett order to Mr. Harrison to let Mr. Hickok have 72 cents out of Harrison's store.
Item 2: Catherine Bissell order, 1828 Mar 8Add to your cart.
Catherine Bissell order to let the bearer have 4 shillings in goods and charge it to John Bissell.
Item 3: Catherine Bissell order, 1828 Mar 12Add to your cart.
Catherine Bissell order to Mr. Harrison to let the bearer have 40 cents in goods and charge them to John Bissell.
Item 4: C.G. Bennett order, 1828 Mar 13Add to your cart.
C.G. Bennett order to Mr. harrison to let Ely Hickok have 50 cents  out of Harrison's store and send him the bill.
Item 5: Eli Norton order, 1828 Mar 19Add to your cart.
Eli Norton order to E. Harrison to pay the bearer Andrew Buell $8.00 in goods.
Item 6: Janes Green order, 1828 Mar 20Add to your cart.
James Green order to E. Harrison to send  him one gallon of gin by the bearer and place on his account. Dated from Torrington.
Item 7: L. Parmelee order, 1828 Mar 21Add to your cart.
Lucy Parmelee order to pay the bearer 50 cents and charge the same to her.
Item 8: R.H. Spees order, 1828 Mar 21Add to your cart.
R.H. Spees order for brandy, wine, sugar, cigars & crackers to be charged to the Backwoodsmen.
Item 9: Denman Woodruff order, 1828 Mar 22Add to your cart.
Denman Woodruff order to Mr. harrison to let the bearer have $1.00 in goods.
Item 10: C.G. Bennett order, 1828 Mar 22Add to your cart.
C.G. Bennett order to Elihu Harrison to let Ely Hickok have 50 cents from the store.
Item 11: Eliada Peck order, 1828 Mar 28Add to your cart.
Eliada Peck order to Elihu Harrison to let the bearer have $2.95 worth of goods and charge the same to him. Dated Litchfield.
Item 12: Nelson Oviatt order, 1828 Mar 29Add to your cart.
Nelson Oviatt order to E. Harrison to pay Mr. Seymour or bearer $3.00 in goods from the store and charge to him account. Dated Litchfield.
Item 13: Eliad Peck order, 1828 Mar 27Add to your cart.
Eliad Peck order to Mr. Harrison to let the bearer trade [   ] at Harrison's store and charge the same to him.   Dated from Litchfield.
Folder 30: Orders, 1828 AprAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Henry Phelps order, 1828 Apr 3Add to your cart.
Henry Phelps order to Elihu Harrison to pay Erastus A. Lord $26.99 in goods and charge. Dated Litchfield.
Item 2: Edward Pierpont order, 1828 Apr 5Add to your cart.
Edward Pierpont order to pay the bearer $1.12 in goods from the store. Dated Litchfield.
Item 3: Asa Gillet order, 1828 Apr 14Add to your cart.
Asa Gillet order to Mr. harrison to pay the bearer 34 cents and charge the same to him.
Item 4: Joseph W. Mason order, 1828 Apr 15Add to your cart.
Joseph W. Mason order to send him by stage, 5 or 6 yards of gilleting and he will settle soon. Dated South Farms.
Item 5: Catherine Bissell order, 1828 Apr 15Add to your cart.
Catherine Bissell order to Mr. Harrison to let the bearer have 55 cents in goods and charge them to John Bissell.
Item 6: John Morse order, 1828 Apr 16Add to your cart.
John Morse order to Elihu Harrison to let the bearer Miss Culver have goods to the amount of $2.25 and charge the same to him. Dated Litchfield.
Item 7: Eli Norton order, 1828 Apr 18Add to your cart.
Eli Norton order to Mr. Harrison to pay the bearer $2.73 and charge to his account.
Item 8: Mary Wallace order, 1828 Apr 26Add to your cart.
Mary Wallace order, signed by H. Wallace, to Elihu Harrison to let the bearer have $1.00 in goods and she will see that he gets paid.  Dated Litchfield.
Item 9: E.A. Lord order, 1828 Apr 26Add to your cart.
E.A. Lord order to E. Harrison to deliver the bearer Miss Amanda Brown goods to the amount of $10.00 and charge to same to him. Dated Litchfield.
Item 10: Electa Wells order, 1828 Apr 28Add to your cart.
Electa Wells order to Mr. Harrison to let the bearer trade $4.00 and charge to Mr. Wells account. Note on the back: Tomlinson Wells order.
Folder 31: Orders, 1828 MayAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Denman Woodruff order, 1828 May 3Add to your cart.
Denman Woodruff order to E. Harrison to let the bearer have 25 cents and charge to his account.  Dated Litchfield.
Item 2: James Baldwin order, 1828 May 6Add to your cart.
James Baldwin order to Elihu Harrison to let Thomas Jackson trade $2.70 on his account. Dated Litchfield.
Item 3: E.A. Lord order, 1828 May 7Add to your cart.
E. A. Lord order to E. Harrison to deliver the bearer goods to the amount of $1.57 and charge the same.  Dated Litchfield.
Item 4: Denman Woodruff order, 1828 May 10Add to your cart.
Denman Woodruff order to E. Harrison to pay the bearer 25 cents from the store and charge it to him. Dated Litchfield.
Item 5: A. Brown order, 1828 May 10Add to your cart.
A. Brown order to E. Harrison to deliver the bearer Mrs. Redding goods to the amount of $1.17 and charge the same.
Item 6: William Buell 2nd order, 1828 May 10Add to your cart.
William Buell 2nd order to Mr. Harrison to let the bearer Mrs. Diantha Mason have $1.50 in goods and charge to his account.  Dated Litchfield.
Item 7: Denman Woodruff order, 1828 May 10Add to your cart.
Denman Woodruff order to E. Harrison to let the bearer have $1.50 cents out of Harrison's store and charge to him.  Dated Litchfield.
Item 8: Allison Turner order, 1828 May 13Add to your cart.
Allison Turner order to E. Harrison to let the bearers trade what they wish at Harrison's store and charge the same to his account and send a bill.  Dated Litchfield.
Item 9: A. Abbe order, 1828 May 23Add to your cart.
A. Abbe order to Mr. Harrison to pay the bearer 50 cents in goods and charge to his account.  Dated Litchfield.
Item 10: Chauncey Evans order, 1828 May 28Add to your cart.
Chauncey Evans order to E. Harrison to let the bearer Mr. Harley Hazen have $3.50 at Harrison's store.  Dated Litchfeild.
Item 11: E.A. Lord order, 1828 May 30Add to your cart.
E.A. Lord order to John Stoddard to deliver the bearer 25 pounds white lead and he will see that Stoddard is paid.
Folder 32: Orders, 1828 JunAdd to your cart.
Item 1: A. Abbe order, 1828 Jun 2Add to your cart.
A. Abbe order to E. Harrison to let the bearer have 75 cents in flour and charge to his account. Dated Litchfield.
Item 2: Mary Wallace order, 1828 Jun 2Add to your cart.
Mary Wallace order, signed by H. Wallace, to Mr. Harrison to send by the bearer one gallon of molasses, tobacco & 1 dozen small papers. Dated Litchfield.
Item 3: Phineas Lord order, 1828 Jun 2Add to your cart.
Phineas Lord order to Elihu Harrison to let the bearer have $2.00 in goods and charge the same.
Item 4: B. Kilborn & Co. order, 1828 Jun 4Add to your cart.
B. Kilborn & Co. order to E. Harrison to let Mr. Buell have 50 cents in goods and charge the same the their account.  Dated Litchfield.
Item 5: Crossman & Pierpont order, 1828 Jun 14Add to your cart.
Crossman & Pierpont order  to let the bearer have 40 cents in trade on their account.
Item 6: William Buell 2nd order, 1828 Jun 16Add to your cart.
William Buell 2nd order to Elihu Harrison to let the bearer Mrs. Diantha Mason trade $3.61 at Harrison's store and charge to his account. Dated Litchfield.
Item 7: E.A. Lord order, 1828 Jun 18Add to your cart.
E.A. Lord order to E. Harrison to deliver Mr. Buell goods to the amount of $1.35 and charge the same to him. Dated Litchfield.
Item 8: William Beebe order, 1828 Jun 18Add to your cart.
William Beebe order to E. Harrison to let Augustus Buel have $1.00 worth of nails & charge the same to Town of Litchfield.
Item 9: Mary Wallace order, 1828 Jun 20Add to your cart.
Mary Wallace order, signed by H. Wallace, to Mr. Harrison to send one gallon of new rum. Dated Litchfield.
Item 10: S.B. Parker order, 1828 Jun 24Add to your cart.
S.B. Parker order to E. Harrison to send by the bearer Mr. Baker, 14 coat buttons with comments on the quality & price. Dated South Farms.
Item 11: Asa Gillet order, 1828 Jun 24Add to your cart.
Asa Gillet order to E. Harrison to pay the bearer 21 cents  from the store and charge to his account. Dated Litchfield.
Item 12: J. Bissell order, 1828 Jun 25Add to your cart.
J. Bissell order to E. Harrison to pay Mr. S. Webster $3.25 in goods and charge to his account. Dated Litchfield.
Item 13: Samuel Ensign order, 1828 Jun 28Add to your cart.
Samuel Ensign order to Elihu Harrison to let the bearer Benjamin Moore have $3.00 in goods & charge the same to him.  Dated Litchfield.
Item 14: Denman Woodruff order, 1828 Jun 28Add to your cart.
Denman Woodruff note to E. Harrison that he is sending a pair of shoes by Colonel Palmer & wants credit for them. He asks that Harrison give the Colonel 75 cents worth of goods.  Dated Litchfield.
Item 15: George Cook order, 1828 Jun 28Add to your cart.
George Cook order to Elihu Harrison to let the bearer trade from Harrison's store & charge the same to him.  Dated Litchfield.
Item 16: Denman Woodruff order, 1828 Jun 30Add to your cart.
Denman Woodruff order to E. Harrison to pay the same Colonel [Palmer] 12 & a half cents and charge to him. Dated Litchfield.
Folder 33: Orders, 1828 JulAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Asa Gillet order, 1828 Jul 5Add to your cart.
Asa Gillet order to E. Harrison to let the bearer have 9 pence out of Harrison's store and charge the same to him.
Item 2: Denman Woodruff order, 1828 Jul 7Add to your cart.
Denman Woodruff order to E. Harrison to pay the bearer $2.50 & charge to his account. Dated Litchfield.
Item 3: Asa Gillet order, 1828 Jul 7Add to your cart.
Asa Gillet order to E. Harrison to let the bearer have two quarts of rum and half a pound of tobacco and charge to him. Date from Litchfield.
Item 4: Edwin Wadhams order, 1828 Jul 7Add to your cart.
Edwin Wadhams order to Elihu Harrison to send him by the bearer, 4 gallons of rum and charge the same to him. Dated from Goshen.
Item 5: Eliada Peck order, 1828 Jul 10Add to your cart.
Eliada Peck order to Elihu Harrison to let the bearer have $3.00 worth of goods from Harrison's store and charge the same to him.  Dated from Litchfield.
Item 6: Denman Woodruff order, 1828 Jul 11Add to your cart.
Denman Woodruff order to E. Harrison to pay the bearer $1.00 and charge the same to him.  Dated Litchfield.
Item 7: C.G. Bennett order, 1828 Jul 12Add to your cart.
C.G. Bennett order to Mr. Harrison to let Mrs. Moss have 75 cents in goods.
Item 8: E.A. Lord order, 1828 Jul 16Add to your cart.
E.A. Lord order to Elihu Harrison to deliver to Mr. Charles Stone goods to the amount of $4.25 and charge them. Dated from Litchfield.
Item 9: Mary Wallace order, 1828 Jul 14Add to your cart.
Mary Wallace order, signed by H. Wallace, to Mr. Harrison to send one fallon of new rum.  Dated from Litchfield.
Item 10: Asa Gillet order, 1828 Jul 19Add to your cart.
Asa Gillet order to Mr. Harrison to pay the bearer 3 shillings and 9 pence and charge the same. Dated Litchfield.
Item 11: Frederick [McNeil]? order, 1828 Jul 26Add to your cart.
Frederick [McNeil] ? order to Mr. Harrison to let the bearer have $1.00 in goods and charge the same to him.
Item 12: Edwin Wadhams order, 1828 Jul 28Add to your cart.
Edwin Wadhams order to E. Harrison to let the bearer have $4.70 worth of goods and charge the same to him.  Dated from Goshen.
Folder 34: Orders, 1828 Aug 1-20Add to your cart.
Item 1: E.A. Lord order, 1828 Aug 2Add to your cart.
E.A. Lord order to Elihu Harrison to deliver Mr. Hickok goods to the amount of $1.37 and charge his account.  Dated from Litchfield.
Item 2: John Dewey order, 1828 Aug 4Add to your cart.
John Dewey order to E. Harrison to pay the bearer 75 cents in goods and charge the same to him.  Dated from Litchfield.
Item 3: Morris Woodruff order, 1828 Aug 4Add to your cart.
Morris Woodruff order to Elihu Harrison to send by the bearer Henry Spencer, 4 or 5 thousand shingles as he may choose to bring and charge to his account.  Dated from Litchfield.
Item 4: Mary Wallace order, 1828 Aug 6Add to your cart.
Mary Wallace order, signed by H. Wallace, to E. Harrison to pay the bearer 62 cents in goods and charge.
Item 5: Joseph Brown order, 1828 Aug 13Add to your cart.
Joseph Brown order to Elihu Harrison to pay to Sanford and Harrison $1.73 out of his pension money in Sept. next.  Dated from Litchfield.
Item 6: Allison Turner order, 1828 Aug 15Add to your cart.
Allison Turner order to Elihu Harrison to pay Ozias Seymour $3.82 in goods at book price. Dated from Litchfield.
Item 7: Denman Woodruff order, 1828 Aug 19Add to your cart.
Denman Wodruff order to E. Harrison to let Mr. Palmer have 25 cents worth from Harrison's store and charge to him.
Folder 35: Orders, 1828 Aug 21-30Add to your cart.
Item 1: Mary Lord order, 1828 Aug 21Add to your cart.
M. Lord order to Mr. Harrison to send her 1 pound of his best tea and one yard of figured silk and she will call to pay for them.
Item 2: E.A. Lord order, 1828 Aug 21Add to your cart.
Erastus A. Lord order to Elihu Harrison to deliver the bearer Obed Buell $1.33 in goods and put on his account. Dated from Litchfield.
Item 3: E.A. Lord order, 1828 Aug 22Add to your cart.
Erastus A. Lord order to Elihu Harrison to deliver Mr. Beardsley $5.00 in goods and charge to his account. Dated from Litchfield.
Item 4: E.A. Lord order, 1828 Aug 22Add to your cart.
Erastus A. Lord order to E. Harrison to deliver Mr. Hicock $4.17 in goods and charge to his account. Dated from Litchfield.
Item 5: Allison Turner order, 1828 Aug 23Add to your cart.
Allison Turner to E. Harrison to pay S. Lane or bearer $3.75 in goods and charge to his account. Dated Litchfield.
Item 6: Mary Wallace order, 1828 Aug 25Add to your cart.
Mary Wallace order, signed by H. Wallace, to Mr. Harrison to send one fallon of new rum.
Item 7: D. Woodruff order, 1828 Aug 27Add to your cart.
W. Woodruff order to E. Harrison to let the bearer have 25 cents in goods and charge the same to him.
Item 8: James W. Harrison order, 1828 Aug 27Add to your cart.
James W. Harrison order to Elihu Harrison to pay Henry P. Ensign $4.45 in goods.  Dated Litchfield.
Item 9: D. Woodruff order, 1828 Aug 28Add to your cart.
D. Woodruff order to E. Harrison to let Mr. Palmer have 1 gallon of cheap rum for him.
Item 10: Den Woodruff order, 1828 Aug 30Add to your cart.
Denman Woodruff order to E. Harrison to pay Mr. Palmer $1.00 and charge to him.
Item 11: Den Woodruff order, 1828 Aug 30Add to your cart.
Denman Woodruff order to E. Harrison to pay the bearer $1.00 and charge to him.
Folder 36: Orders, 1828 Sep 4-16Add to your cart.
Item 1: C. Woodruff order, 1828 Sep 4Add to your cart.
C. Woodruff order to Mr. Harrison to let the bearer trade 50 cents and charge to him. Dated Litchfield.
Item 2: Mary Wallace order, 1828 Sep 11Add to your cart.
Mary Wallace order to Mr. Harrison for ginger, epsom salts, snuff and rum.
Item 3: Curtiss Woodruff oder, 1828 Sep 12Add to your cart.
Curtiss Woodruff order to E. Harrison to let the bearer trade $5.68 and charge the same to him. Dated Litchfeild.
Item 4: Phebe Goodwin order, 1828 Sep 16Add to your cart.
Phebe Goodwin order to Mr. Harrison to let the bearer have another yard of scotch plaid and some green ribbon.
Item 5: Samuel Waldbrum order, 1828 Sep 16Add to your cart.
Samuel Waldbrum order to Elihu Harrison to pay $36.09 and apply on his services. Dated Litchfield.
Sub-Folder 1: Denman Woodruff orders, 1828 SepAdd to your cart.
Nine orders from Denman Woodruff  to E. Harrison to let the bearers have goods from Harrison's store and charge to him.  Only one bearer is named, i.e. Mr. Palmer.
Folder 37: Orders, 1828 Sep 17-30Add to your cart.
Item 1: Dudley Henderson order, 1828 Sep 19Add to your cart.
Dudley Henderson order to Elihu Harrison to pay Elizur B. Smith $7.09 in goods and charge. Dated from Goshen.
Item 2: Charles C. Cushman order, 1828 Sep 20Add to your cart.
Charles C. Cushman order to Mr. Harrison to pay the bearer $6.00 out of Harrison's store and charge the same to him.
Item 3: Erastus A. Lord order, 1828 Sep 23Add to your cart.
Erastus A. Lord order to Elihu Harrison to deliver Mr. Willard Wadsworth goods to the amount of $4.00 and charge them to him. Dated from Litchfield.
Item 4: Lemon Emons order, 1828 Sep 25Add to your cart.
Lemon Emons order to Elihu Harrison to let the bearer have $10.00 out of his store.  Dated from Litchfield.
Folder 38: Orders, 1828 OctAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Lemon Emons order, 1828 Oct 1Add to your cart.
Lemon Emons order to Elihu Harrison to pay the bearer 50 cents in goods & charge the same to him. Dated Litchfield.
Item 2: Eliada Peck order, 1828 Oct 3Add to your cart.
Eliada Peck order to E. Harrison to let Frank Post have 39 cents in goods.
Item 3: Ezra Weeks order, 1828 Oct 6Add to your cart.
Ezra Weeks order to Elihu Harrison to aply 75 cent son Lorra Emons account and charge the same to him.  Dated Litchfield.
Item 4: Asa Gillet order, 1828 Oct 8Add to your cart.
Asa Gillet order to Elihu Harrison to pay the bearer Alanson Abbe $13.49 and charge to his account.
Item 5: C. Munson order, 1828 Oct 8Add to your cart.
C. Munson order to E. Harrison to pay Mr. Kilbourn $8.00 and he will pay as they had arranged.
Item 6: Allison Turner order, 1828 Oct 16Add to your cart.
Allison Turner order to allow Mr. E. Talmadge to get what goods he chooses and charge to his account. Dated Litchfield.
Item 7: E.A. Lord order, 1828 Oct 17Add to your cart.
Erastus A. Lord order to Elihu Harrison to deliver Mr. Obed Buell goods to the amount of 16 shillings and charge the same.  Dated Litchfield.
Item 8: Sanford & Harrison order, 1828 Oct 22Add to your cart.
Sanford & Harrison order to Elihu Harrison to give Mr. F. Manson silk for one dress and charge to their account. Dated South Farms.
Item 9: Abel Clemons order, 1828 Oct 20Add to your cart.
Abel Clemons order to E. Harrison to pay H. Johnson $2.25 in cash and $2.25 in trade at the store. Dated Litchfield.
Item 10: Benjamin N. Bardslee order, 1828 Oct 17Add to your cart.
Benjamin N. Bardslee order to Elihu Harrison to pay Elmore Wilcox or bearer $4.00 in goods and charge to him. Dated Litchfield.
Item 11: Andrew B. Holmes order, 1828 Oct 26Add to your cart.
Andrew B. Holmes order to Mr. Harrison to pay the bearer $6.00 in goods which is the balance due him. Dated from Goshen.
Item 12: Alfred Peck order, 1828 Oct 30Add to your cart.
Alfred Peck order to Mr. Harrison to let Clarissa Bissell trade $3.00 from the store and charge to his account. Dated Ltichfield.
Sub-Folder 1: Denman Woodruff orders, 1828 OctAdd to your cart.
Six orders from Denman Woodruff to Elihu Harrison to let the bearer have goods from the store and charge to him
Folder 39: Orders, 1828 NovAdd to your cart.
Item 1: E.A. Lord order, 1828 Nov 3Add to your cart.
Erastus A. Lord order to Elihu Harrison to deliver the bearer $16.00 in goods and charge to his account. Dated Litchfield.
Item 2: E.A. Lord order, 1828 Nov 4Add to your cart.
Erastus A. Lord to Elihu Harrison to deliver Mr. Beardsley goods to the amount of $6.66 and charge to him. Dated Litchfield.
Item 3: Chauncey Warner order, 1828 Nov 4Add to your cart.
Chauncey Warner order to Elihu Harrison to let Mr. John Dewey have $6.00 in goods and charge the same to him. Dated from Plymouth.
Item 4: Benjamin Kilborn & Co., 1828 Nov 5Add to your cart.
Benjamin Kilborn & Co. order to Elihu Harrison to pay the bearer 17 cents. Dated from Litchfield.
Item 5: Allison Turner order, 1828 Nov 6Add to your cart.
Allison Turner order to E. Harrison to let Mr. Abijah Stevens trade what he wishes in Harrison's store and charge to his account.  Dated Litchfield.
Item 6: C. Woodruff order, 1828 Nov 7Add to your cart.
C. Woodruff order to Harrison to let the bearer trade $5.00 and charge the same to him. Dated Litchfield.
Item 7: E.A. Lord order, 1828 Nov 8Add to your cart.
Erastus A. Lord order to Elihu Harrison to deliver W. Meryman goods to the amount of $9.54 and charge to his account.  Dated from Litchfield.
Item 8: Hiram B. Woodcock order, 1828 Nov 8Add to your cart.
Hiram B. Woodcock order to E. Harrison to let the bearer trade $3.00 at his store and charge to his account.
Item 9: A. Turner order, 1828 Nov 17Add to your cart.
A. Turner order to E. Harrison to let the bearer Mr. Blakslee trade what he wishes at the store and charge the same to his account.  Dated from Litchfield.
Item 10: F. Lamphene order, 1828 Nov 19Add to your cart.
F. Lamphene order to Harrison to send 2 gallons of oil. He is sending yarn. Dated from Torrington.
Item 11: Mrs. Parmelee order, 1828 Nov 21Add to your cart.
Mrs. Parmelee order to deliver Mr. Fisher the value of $1.00 on her account.
Item 12: B. Kilborn & Co. order, 1828 Nov 21Add to your cart.
B. Kilborn & Co. order to E. Harrison to let Mr. Jackson have some candles and charge to their account.  Dated Litchfield.
Item 13: C.W. Shaumberg order, 1828 Nov.21Add to your cart.
C.W. Shaumberg order to "this damn shoe makers demand" for hehas not the change and will not trouble himself about it.
Item 14: Catherine Bissell order, 1828 Nov 26Add to your cart.
Catherine Bissell order to Mr. Harrison to pay the bearer $10.50 in goods and charge to John Bissell.
Item 15: Electa Wells order, 1828 Nov 29Add to your cart.
Electa Wells order to Mr. Harrison to send her 3 and a half yards of green ribbon, an inch or more wide.
Folder 40: Orders, 1828 DecAdd to your cart.
Item 1: S. Deming order, 1828 Dec 1Add to your cart.
S. Deming order to Mr. Harrison for 3 gallons of superior brandy and charge to him.
Item 2: Aaron Gibbs order, 1828 Dec 1Add to your cart.
Aaron Gibbs order to Elihu Harrison to pay Reuben Merriman $1.50 in goods and charge. Dated from Litchfield.
Item 3: S. Trowbridge order, 1828 Dec 2Add to your cart.
S. Trowbridge order to send by bearer 5/16 yard black cotton velver and charge the same to Ozias Seymour.
Item 4: C.G. Bennett order, 1828 Dec 8Add to your cart.
C.G> Bennett order to E. Harrison to let Ely Hickok have $1.50 in goods.
Item 5: Alfred Peck order, 1828 Dec 9Add to your cart.
Alfred Peck order to Mr. Harrison to let the bearer trade $1.34 and charge to his account. Dated from Litchfield.
Item 6: James H. Harrison order, 1828 Dec 9Add to your cart.
James H. Harrison order to E. Harrison to let the bearer have $6.00 in goods at Harrison's store.  Dated from South Farms.
Item 7: ylvester Spencer order, 1828 Dec 12Add to your cart.
Sylvester Spencer order to Elihu Harrison to pay James Beach $1.66 in goods and charge to his account.
Item 8: L.. Hatch order, 1828 Dec 12Add to your cart.
Lucy Hatch order to William Porter, merchant, to let the bearer have 1/2 pound of Hyson tea and 2 pounds of brown sugar and charge to her account. Dated from Litchfield.
Item 9: Abel H. Clemons order to pay Mr. Phillips $7.50 in goods.Add to your cart.
Item 10: C.G. Bennett order, 1828 Dec 15Add to your cart.
C.G. Bennett order to Mr. harrison to let Ely Hickox have $1.00 in goods.
Item 11: Edwin Wadhams order, 1828 Dec 16Add to your cart.
Edwin Wadhams order to Elihu Harrison to pay the bearer $3.50 and charge the same to him. Dated Litchfield.
Item 12: E.A. Lord order, 1828 Dec 22Add to your cart.
Erastus A. Lord order to Elihu Harrison to pay William Tuttle $4.00 in goods and charge to him. Dated Litchfield.
Item 13: Catherine Bissell order, 1828 Dec 22Add to your cart.
Catherine Bissell order to Mr. Harrison to pay the bearer 6 shillings and six pence in dry goods and charge them to John Bissell.
Item 14: Catherine Bissell order, 1828 Dec 25Add to your cart.
Catherine Bissell order to Mr. Harrison to pay the bearer 50 cents in dry goods and charge them to John BIssell.
Item 15: Edward Scott order, 1828 Dec 26Add to your cart.
Edward Scott order to Mr. Harrison to pay [      ] Carrington $2.00 in goods and charge to his account. Dated Litchfield.
Item 16: M.R. Deming order, 1828 Dec 27Add to your cart.
M.R. Deming order, signed by L. Deming, to put up as many gallons of the best rum as the cash will cover, and 2 pounds of cut nails and  charge to M.R. Deming.
Item 17: James Baldwin order, 1828 Dec 29Add to your cart.
James Baldwin order to Elihu Harrison to let the bearer or John Phelps have $1.50 from Harrison's store and charge to his account.
Folder 41: Orders, 1829 Jan - FebAdd to your cart.
Orders written and signed by individuals and delivered to Elihu Harrison,  requesting that he allow the bearer to spend a specific monetary amount on goods in his store or purchase specific items and charge to the signer's account.  Arranged in chronological order with the name of the bearer, if any in [  ], the names of individuals issuing the orders are: E.A. Lord [Willis Stone]; Alanson Abbe; Ebenezer Clark; Chauncey Warner [$200 to Ozias Seymour]C.G. Bennett (3) [Ely Hickok];  Erastus A. Lord; Hiram B. Woodcock; Edwin Wadhams; Daniel C. Lord [Miss Elisa Stevens]; Lucy Parmelee; S. P. Bolles; & John L. Church [A. Norton]..
Folder 42: Orders, 1829 MarAdd to your cart.
Orders written and signed by individuals and delivered to Elihu Harrison,  requesting that he allow the bearer to spend a specific monetary amount on goods in his store or purchase specific items and charge to the signer's account.  Arranged in chronological order with the name of the bearer, if any in [  ], the names of individuals issuing the orders are: E. McNeil [Mr. jackson]; Allison Turner (2); Hiram B. Woodcock (2); Joseph Brown [pension money to Abner Northrop]; Garry H. Minor;John Bissell [E. Hull]; Lucy Hatch; John Dewey [Pomp].
Folder 43: Orders, 1829 Apr-MayAdd to your cart.
Orders written and signed by individuals and delivered to Elihu Harrison,  requesting that he allow the bearer to spend a specific monetary amount on goods in his store or purchase specific items and charge to the signer's account.  Arranged in chronological order with the name of the bearer, if any in [  ], the names of individuals issuing the orders are: Sylvester Spencer (2); E.A. Lord (2); Roger Cook; Abner Mead; O. Goodwin [Miss Turner]; Nelson Oviatt; John L. Church; H. Skilton; H. Adams; Allison Turner [Luther Bissel]; Norman Bull; F.H. Frisbie; Edwin, Wadhams; Oliver Goodwin.
Folder 44: Orders, 1829 JunAdd to your cart.
Orders written and signed by individuals and delivered to Elihu Harrison,  requesting that he allow the bearer to spend a specific monetary amount on goods in his store or purchase specific items and charge to the signer's account.  Arranged in chronological order with the name of the bearer, if any in [  ], the names of individuals issuing the orders are: Mary Wallace;C. Catlin [B. More, Jr.]; Jonathan Carrington [Curtis Woodruff]; William Buell 2d [Miss Esther Stevens]; John Adams; J. Bissell; John L. Church; Allison Turner; George Dewey [Mr. D. Rogers]; Benjamin Kilborn & Co.; Hiram B. Woodcock; Anvil Morris.
Folder 45: Orders, 1829 JulAdd to your cart.
Orders written and signed by individuals and delivered to Elihu Harrison,  requesting that he allow the bearer to spend a specific monetary amount on goods in his store or purchase specific items and charge to the signer's account.  Arranged in chronological order with the name of the bearer, if any in [  ], the names of individuals issuing the orders are:Lewis Catlin, Jr. of Harwinton [Sheldon Catlin]; John Adams [Mr. Squires]; John Stone [Nat Brown]; Tomlinson Wells; Edward Scott [Mr. Stevens]; Orange M. Stevens [Mr. Garrett]; Orange M. Stevens [E.W. Bolles]; Anvil Morris; Joshua Garritt; Charles Seymour; George Treadway; Edward Scott.
Folder 46: Orders, 1829 AugAdd to your cart.
Orders written and signed by individuals and delivered to Elihu Harrison,  requesting that he allow the bearer to spend a specific monetary amount on goods in his store or purchase specific items and charge to the signer's account.  Arranged in chronological order with the name of the bearer, if any in [  ], the names of individuals issuing the orders are:Tomlinson Wells [Mr. Hubbard]; John Phelps Jr.(2) ; Tomlinson Wells [William Scovill]; E.A. Lord [Sylvester Spencer]; John R. Bradley; Tomlinson Wells [Benjamin Hubbard]; Benjamin Kilborn & Co.; Sylvester Spencer [John Phelps]; Abner Baldwin; Benjamin Vaill [Oliver Burnham]; Truman Marsh [Mr. Merriman]; John Adams [Mrs. Squires]; Anvil Morris; Hiram B. Woodcock.
Folder 47: Orders, 1829 Sep-Oct 15Add to your cart.
Orders written and signed by individuals and delivered to Elihu Harrison,  requesting that he allow the bearer to spend a specific monetary amount on goods in his store or purchase specific items and charge to the signer's account.  Arranged in chronological order with the name of the bearer, if any in [  ], the names of individuals issuing the orders are: C.G. Bennett [Ely Hickox]; John Dewey [Walter Burns]; Tomlinson Wells [Jesse Hubbard]; G. Dewey (2); Pharis Palmer [bearer John McNeil]; John Bissell [Phineas Miner]; Ephraim Spencer [Emily Merwin]; Lucy Bloodgood (2); Sylvester Spencer.
Folder 48: Orders, 1829 Oct 16-31Add to your cart.
Orders written and signed by individuals and delivered to Elihu Harrison,  requesting that he allow the bearer to spend a specific monetary amount on goods in his store or purchase specific items and charge to the signer's account.  Arranged in chronological order with the name of the bearer, if any in [  ], the names of individuals issuing the orders are:Tomlinson Wells [J. Hubbard]; Sylvester Spencer [Sam Buel]; Sylvester Spencer [James Hubbard]; Lewis Catlin, Jr.; Abner Baldwin; Sylvester Spencer [ Jonathan Buel]; Russell Wilcox [Chauncy Morse]; Birdsey Nevins [Augustus Cook]; George  H. Palmer [E.W. Bolles]; Jonathan Buel [Tobias & Amos Lansing]; Charles  Parker;  Sylvester Spencer [William Addis]; Sylvester Spencer [Seymour Gregory].
Folder 49: Orders, 1829 Nov 1-11Add to your cart.
Orders written and signed by individuals and delivered to Elihu Harrison,  requesting that he allow the bearer to spend a specific monetary amount on goods in his store or purchase specific items and charge to the signer's account.  Arranged in chronological order with the name of the bearer, if any in [  ], the names of individuals issuing the orders are:John Phelps, Jr. [Miss Bennet]; Sylvester Spencer [ David Buel]; Hiram B. Woodcock; William Fisher [M. Morse]; Sylvester Spencer (5) [bearers James Beach, William Addis, Benjamin Griswold, George Bidwell, Harry Bulkley]; Heman W. Childs; Ozias Seymour [Mrs. Goodwin]; James Beach [Miles Buel]; T. Wells; John Dewey [Mr. Clark].
Folder 50: Orders, 1829 Nov 12-30Add to your cart.
Orders written and signed by individuals and delivered to Elihu Harrison,  requesting that he allow the bearer to spend a specific monetary amount on goods in his store or purchase specific items and charge to the signer's account.  Arranged in chronological order with the name of the bearer, if any in [  ], the names of individuals issuing the orders are: Hiram B. Woodcock; Sylvester Spencer (2) [Reuben M. Gibbs, Seymour Gregory]; James Beach [H. Dickinson]; Ephraim H. Morse; Amos Lanson; Josiah Barnes [Mrs. Negus]; George H. Palmer (2) [Augustus Buel]; Christopher Wheeler; Allison Turner [Thomas Way]; Samuel Ensign [Miss Woodworth]; John Adams [Theron Squires]; John Bissell (2)[James Winship, Charles Peteson]; Allison Turner [Joshua Stanton].
Folder 51: Orders, 1829 Dec 1-18Add to your cart.
Orders written and signed by individuals and delivered to Elihu Harrison,  requesting that he allow the bearer to spend a specific monetary amount on goods in his store or purchase specific items and charge to the signer's account.  Arranged in chronological order with the name of the bearer, if any in [   ], the names of individuals issuing the orders are: Heman W. Childs [Malinda Beach]; James Beach; Tomlinson Wells [B. Hubbard]; Ebenezer W. Bolles (2) [Lyman Carter, David hand]; Lee & Beckwith; George H. Palmer [Augustus Buel]; Sylvester Spencer [Andrew Benedict]; Stephen Trowbridge [Mr. Fish]; S.N. Childs [Ambrose Norton]; Abiel Barber [Sally Wheeler].
Folder 52: Orders, 1829 Dec 19-31Add to your cart.
Orders written and signed by individuals and delivered to Elihu Harrison,  requesting that he allow the bearer to spend a specific monetary amount on goods in his store or purchase specific items and charge to the signer's account.  Arranged in chronological order with the name of the bearer, if any in [   ], the names of individuals issuing the orders are: Sylvester Spencer (3) [Sarah Spencer, Thomas Addis, Sam Buel]; Ebenezer W. Bolles (2) [David Hand, Mr. Hart]; George Merchant ; Heman W. Childs [Joseph Beardsley]; Hiram B. Woodcock; Abiel Barber; Frederic McNeil.
Folder 53: Orders, 1830 Jan 1-15Add to your cart.
Orders written and signed by individuals and delivered to Elihu Harrison,  requesting that he allow the bearer to spend a specific monetary amount on goods in his store or purchase specific items and charge to the signer's account.  Arranged in chronological order with the name of the bearer, if any in [  ], the names of individuals issuing the orders are: G. Dewey [C. Wheeler]; John Clark; Timothy Wadhams; John Steel [George Dewey]; Garwood Sanford; Sylvester Spencer (2) [Capt. Sam Buel, Phineas Beebe]; George M. Murrary; George H. Palmer (2) [Augustus Buel]; Josiah Barnes; George Merchant; James Newcomb [Mr. Parmele]; Abial Barber; Samuel Buel [Mr. Hull]; Benton Barnard [Sherman P. Woodward].
Folder 54: Orders, 1830 Jan 16-31Add to your cart.
Orders written and signed by individuals and delivered to Elihu Harrison,  requesting that he allow the bearer to spend a specific monetary amount on goods in his store or purchase specific items and charge to the signer's account.  Arranged in chronological order with the name of the bearer, if any in [   ], the names of individuals issuing the orders are: Truman Marsh [Curtiss Wodruff]; Augustus Buell [Hiram Weed]; George H. Palmer (3) [Augustin Buel, __ Deen]; Sylvester Spencer; A. Abbe; Samuel Buell [Truman Parmely]; Frederick H. Palmer; M.A. Lee; E.A. Lord [W.D. Baldwin].
Folder 55: Orders, 1830 FebAdd to your cart.
Orders written and signed by individuals and delivered to Elihu Harrison,  requesting that he allow the bearer to spend a specific monetary amount on goods in his store or purchase specific items and charge to the signer's account.  Arranged in chronological order with the name of the bearer, if any in [  ], the names of individuals issuing the orders are: George H. Palmer [Augustus Buel]; Bulkley & Woodruff; A. Abbe; Lucy Bloodgood; Alexander Mead [A. Morse]; John Phelps, Jr. [Mrs. Hart]; Samuel Buel; C.G. Bennett; Sylvester Spencer [Benjamin Smith]; Lewis Catlin, Jr. of Harwinton [Amos Johnson]; Charles Seymour [A. Buell]; John Dewey {R. Brown]; George Dewey; George H. Palmer; John Clark; Denman Woodruff.
Folder 56: Orders, 1830 MarAdd to your cart.
Orders written and signed by individuals and delivered to Elihu Harrison,  requesting that he allow the bearer to spend a specific monetary amount on goods in his store or purchase specific items and charge to the signer's account.  Arranged in chronological order with the name of the bearer, if any in [   ], the names of individuals issuing the orders are: Sylvester Spencer (3) [Ebenezer Spencer, Truman Catlin, H.W. Childs]; George H. Palmer [Augustin Buel]; E.A. Lord [Lyman Worcester]; Lee & Beckwith [Col. Fitch]; Charles Seymour [Mr. Hinman]; Ebenezer Clark (2) [Lewis Clark]; Heman W. Childs (2) [Charles Thompson, Mrs. Samuel Nivens]; William L. Fisher; Cyrus Hubbard [Harry Bulkley]; Ephraim H. Morse (2) [Caleb Morse].
Folder 57: Orders, 1830 Apr 1-12Add to your cart.
Orders written and signed by individuals and delivered to Elihu Harrison,  requesting that he allow the bearer to spend a specific monetary amount on goods in his store or purchase specific items and charge to the signer's account.  Arranged in chronological order with the name of the bearer, if any in [  ], the names of individuals issuing the orders are: Sylvester Spencer (3) [Samuel J. Wolcott; Oliver Goodwin; John A. Merriman; Bulkley & Woodruff; Wilis Stone; A. Benedict; Ozias Lewis [Augustus Buel]; Ebenezer W. Bolles [David Hand]. Also an order from Horace Catlin to Philo Moss, Jr. to pay Elihu Harrison $2.12 as a repayment to Catlin.
Folder 58: Orders, 1830 Apr 13-30Add to your cart.
Orders written and signed by individuals and delivered to Elihu Harrison,  requesting that he allow the bearer to spend a specific monetary amount on goods in his store or purchase specific items and charge to the signer's account.  Arranged in chronological order with the name of the bearer, if any in [  ], the names of individuals issuing the orders are: Henry Peck of Milton; Charles Seymour; James Green [Mr. Morse]; E.A. Lord [Miss Brown]; Mary Wallace.
Folder 59: Orders, 1830 MayAdd to your cart.
Orders written and signed by individuals and delivered to Elihu Harrison,  requesting that he allow the bearer to spend a specific monetary amount on goods in his store or purchase specific items and charge to the signer's account.  Arranged in chronological order with the name of the bearer, if any in [   ], the names of individuals issuing the orders are: Cyprian Collins; Sylvester Spencer (2) [Abel Leech?, Samuel Wolcott]; John Beach of Goshen; L. Bacon; Hiram B. Woodcock; Abiel Barner; John Dewey; Phineas Lord (2) [ Elias Churchill]; Seth Catlin; Eli Norton; F.W. Plumb; Charles Farnham for scythes [John Dewey]; Ebenezer W. Bolles; Tomlinson Wells; Arvil Morris [Stephen Trowbridge]; Chauncey Peck; George B. Benton.
Folder 60: Orders, 1830 Jun 1-15Add to your cart.
Orders written and signed by individuals and delivered to Elihu Harrison,  requesting that he allow the bearer to spend a specific monetary amount on goods in his store or purchase specific items and charge to the signer's account.  Arranged in chronological order with the name of the bearer, if any in [  ], the names of individuals issuing the orders are: Stephen Trowbridge [R. Bradley]; John Beach of Goshen [Miles Thomson]; John A. Woodruffe; Myron Osborn [Augustus Bradley]; Beach Bassell; Sylvester Spencer [Samuel J. Wolcott]; Lewis Catlin, Jr.; Ebenezer W. Bolles [David Hand].
Folder 61: Orders, 1830 Jun 16-30Add to your cart.
Orders written and signed by individuals and delivered to Elihu Harrison,  requesting that he allow the bearer to spend a specific monetary amount on goods in his store or purchase specific items and charge to the signer's account.  Arranged in chronological order with the name of the bearer, if any in [  ], the names of individuals issuing the orders are: S.R. Childs [Ambrose Norton]; Ebenezer W. Bolles [David Hand]; E.A. Lord; Bulkley & Woodruff (2) [J. Churchill]; C.G. Bennett [Ira Buell]; Cyprian Collins; Hiram B. Woodcock (2); H. Wallace to Mr. Harrison, Doct. Buell, Mr. Wadsworth, & Mr. Smith to let his wife charge a small amount of goods; Heman Oviatt of Goshen.
Folder 62: Orders, 1830 Jul 1-14Add to your cart.
Orders written and signed by individuals and delivered to Elihu Harrison,  requesting that he allow the bearer to spend a specific monetary amount on goods in his store or purchase specific items and charge to the signer's account.  Arranged in chronological order with the name of the bearer, if any in [   ], the names of individuals issuing the orders are: Tomlinson Wells [Benjamin Hubbard]; Bulkley & Woodruff (2) [J. Churchill]; Elisha Mansfield [his daughter Rebecca]; Joshua Munson by T.Munson of Canaan [Mrs. Mansfield]; Charles C. Buel; C.G. Bennett (2) [Ira Buell; E.H. Morse [L. Morse]; Cyrus Catlin (2) [Mrs. Peck, Miss Wetmore]; Almon P. Roberts; Heman W. Childs from Goshen [William Matthews].
Folder 63: Orders, 1830 Jul 15-31Add to your cart.
Orders written and signed by individuals and delivered to Elihu Harrison,  requesting that he allow the bearer to spend a specific monetary amount on goods in his store or purchase specific items and charge to the signer's account.  Arranged in chronological order with the name of the bearer, if any in [  ], the names of individuals issuing the orders are: Bille Turner (2)[E. Crampton, Henry Brown]; Lyman Gill; Andrew Buell; George Dewey [l. Morse]; Heman W. Childs [William Brown]; A. Norton; Tomlinson Wells [Benjamin Hubbard]; Almon P. Roberts [Charles Seymour]; Ebenezer W. Bolles [Joshua Garrett]
Folder 64: Orders, 1830 AugAdd to your cart.
Orders written and signed by individuals and delivered to Elihu Harrison,  requesting that he allow the bearer to spend a specific monetary amount on goods in his store or purchase specific items and charge to the signer's account.  Arranged in chronological order with the name of the bearer, if any in [   ], the names of individuals issuing the orders are: Bille Turner (2)  [Henry Brown]; E.H. Morse; E. Wells; Elijah Hewitt [Harry Bulkley]; Samuel H. Dudley [Aaron Gibbs]; Frederick Gibbs [Aaron Gibbs]; Charles G. Bennett; John Beach of Goshen [Mr. Thomson]; Bulkley & Woodruff.
Folder 65: Orders, 1830 SepAdd to your cart.
Orders written and signed by individuals and delivered to Elihu Harrison,  requesting that he allow the bearer to spend a specific monetary amount on goods in his store or purchase specific items and charge to the signer's account.  Arranged in chronological order with the name of the bearer, if any in [   ], the names of individuals issuing the orders are: Moses Wheeler; Almon P. Roberts (3); Tomlinson Wells (2) [Capt. Stone]; Hannah Grant; Jonathan Carrington [Minerva Cable]; Lewis Catlin, Jr. of Harwinton [Martin Hopkins]; James Winship [Charles Mason].
Folder 66: Orders, 1830 Oct 1-19Add to your cart.
Orders written and signed by individuals and delivered to Elihu Harrison,  requesting that he allow the bearer to spend a specific monetary amount on goods in his store or purchase specific items and charge to the signer's account.  Arranged in chronological order with the name of the bearer, if any in [   ], the names of individuals issuing the orders are: John Phelps, Jr.(2) [Mr. Smith, Miss Sanders]; George Bolles; Lewis Catlin, Jr. - has sent 2,000 bricks, asks to get them piled in a safe place; H.W. Childs  [Amos Lanson]; Hannah Grant [Mrs. Negus]; Anson Beecher [Miss Nancy Barnard]; E.A. Lord.
Folder 67: Orders, 1830 Oct 17-31Add to your cart.
Orders written and signed by individuals and delivered to Elihu Harrison,  requesting that he allow the bearer to spend a specific monetary amount on goods in his store or purchase specific items and charge to the signer's account.  Arranged in chronological order with the name of the bearer, if any in [   ], the names of individuals issuing the orders are: Bulkley & Meafoy [Mr. Mason]; A.P. Cable; Tomlinson Wells; Dan Baldwin [Mr. Elliott]; Nabby Carrington [Mrs. Tyrrell]; Seth Catlin; Benjamin Roberts [A. Sedgwick]; Samuel Barnard [Mr. French]; Hezekiah Murray [John Dewey].
Folder 68: Orders, 1830 NovAdd to your cart.
Orders written and signed by individuals and delivered to Elihu Harrison,  requesting that he allow the bearer to spend a specific monetary amount on goods in his store or purchase specific items and charge to the signer's account.  Arranged in chronological order with the name of the bearer, if any in [   ], the names of individuals issuing the orders are: Ebenezer W. Bolles [Mr. yeoman]; Hiram B. Woodcock (2); Charles Seymour [Mr. Buell]; Gay R. Sanford; Hannah Grant; A. Abbe; Sally W. Wolcott [Daniel Baldwin]; G.R. Sanford from Harwinton; H.W. Childs [Alfred Sarvin?]; L.G.. Candee from Harwinton; E.A. Lord [George Treadway]; George Treadway (2) [Charles G. Bennett].
Folder 69: Orders, 1830 DecAdd to your cart.
Orders written and signed by individuals and delivered to Elihu Harrison,  requesting that he allow the bearer to spend a specific monetary amount on goods in his store or purchase specific items and charge to the signer's account.  Arranged in chronological order with the name of the bearer, if any in [   ], the names of individuals issuing the orders are: Joshua Monson [C Monson]; C. Monson; Enos E. Fithian [Lyman Gill]; Thomas Way [Miss Lucinda A. Upson]; Abner Baldwin; John A. Woodruff; James Winship [Charles Mason]; Ebenezer W. Bolles [Miss Harriet De Forrest]; John Beach [Miss A.P. Cable]; George Treadway [Friend H. Frisbie]; E.A. Lord; Samuel Barnard [James Waugh]; Lewis Catlin, Jr.; Jonathan Carrington [Mrs. Turill]; Benton Barnard [Tomlinson Wells].
Folder 70: Orders, 1831 JanAdd to your cart.
Orders written and signed by individuals and delivered to Elihu Harrison,  requesting that he allow the bearer to spend a specific monetary amount on goods in his store or purchase specific items and charge to the signer's account.  Arranged in chronological order with the name of the bearer, if any in [  ], the names of individuals issuing the orders are: John A. Gillett; Samuel Weed [Mary Adams]; C.L. Webb; D.C. Sanford (2) [John Dewey, D. Baldwin]; David Winship; Jonathan Carrington (5) [Bulkley & Woodruff, Charles G. Bennett, Stephen Trowbridge (2) [Mr. Tyrrell, Mr. Plant]; E. Bloodgood (2) [Mr. Reed]; Lewis Catlin, Jr.;George Bolles; H.W. Childs [Charles G. Bennett];
Folder 71: Orders, 1831 FebAdd to your cart.
Orders written and signed by individuals and delivered to Elihu Harrison,  requesting that he allow the bearer to spend a specific monetary amount on goods in his store or purchase specific items and charge to the signer's account.  Arranged in chronological order with the name of the bearer, if any in [  ], the names of individuals issuing the orders are: G. Sanford; Lucy Bloodgood [Mr. Carrington]; C.G. Bennett [Ira Buell]; Hiram B. Woodcock; Betsey Reading; O.S. Seymour; Hannah Grant [Mr. Gill].
Folder 72: Orders, 1831 MarAdd to your cart.
Orders written and signed by individuals and delivered to Elihu Harrison,  requesting that he allow the bearer to spend a specific monetary amount on goods in his store or purchase specific items and charge to the signer's account.  Arranged in chronological order with the name of the bearer, if any in [   ], the names of individuals issuing the orders are: Charles G. Bennett (5) [Ira Buell]; Arvil Morris (2) [William Bissel, Lucian Griswold]; Hiram B. Woodcock; Erastus A. Lord (2) [George Mathews, Miss McNeal]; Albro Humphreville; Joel M. Hartson [William Bunnell]; Medad D. Bishop; Heman W. Childs (3) [Heman Wadhams, Nelson Sarvier, Eliza Nevin]; Thomas Stevens; John Phelps, Jr. [Mr. Bird]; Dudley Henderson [William Sharp];
Folder 73: Orders, 1831 AprAdd to your cart.
Orders written and signed by individuals and delivered to Elihu Harrison,  requesting that he allow the bearer to spend a specific monetary amount on goods in his store or purchase specific items and charge to the signer's account.  Arranged in chronological order with the name of the bearer, if any in [   ], the names of individuals issuing the orders are: Johnathan Wadams [Daniel Sheeler?]; George Merchant (3) [Abby Johnson]; Sylvester Spencer (2) [Thomas ___, William Addis]; Cyrus Catlin [Mrs. Wetmore]; Asa Wheeler; Harvey Perkins; Erastus A. Lord [Miss McNeal]; Green & Bancroft  from Torrington [H.D. Denison]; Nathan Sanford [C.Seymour]; Nathan Sanford (2); Beach Bassett; Hiram B. Woodcock [Mr. Baldwin].
Folder 74: Orders, 1831 May 1-17Add to your cart.
Orders written and signed by individuals and delivered to Elihu Harrison,  requesting that he allow the bearer to spend a specific monetary amount on goods in his store or purchase specific items and charge to the signer's account.  Arranged in chronological order with the name of the bearer, if any in [   ], the names of individuals issuing the orders are: J.C. & A. Wadsworth; Albert G. Robinson from Sheffied, Mass.; Charels G. Bennett [Ira Buel]; Jonathan Carrington [Mr. Baley]; Heman W. Childs [Samuel Nivens]; Almon P. Roberts [Ebenezer W. Bolles]; Erastus A. Lord; Flora Catlin [G. Dewey]; Cyrus Catlin; John McNeil; Ezra Weeks; Willis Stone [Mrs. Balden].
Folder 75: Orders, 1831 May 18-31Add to your cart.
Orders written and signed by individuals and delivered to Elihu Harrison,  requesting that he allow the bearer to spend a specific monetary amount on goods in his store or purchase specific items and charge to the signer's account.  Arranged in chronological order with the name of the bearer, if any in [  ], the names of individuals issuing the orders are: Heman W. Childs (2) [Carles Havens, Pharis Palmer]; Lyman Wooster [Elisha Buel]; Ebenezer W. Bolles;David Morris from Milton; Jonathan Carrington  by Chester Carrington [Mr. Bailey]; Jonathan Carrington [John P. Brace].
Folder 76: Orders, 1831 Jun-JulAdd to your cart.
Orders written and signed by individuals and delivered to Elihu Harrison,  requesting that he allow the bearer to spend a specific monetary amount on goods in his store or purchase specific items and charge to the signer's account.  Arranged in chronological order with the name of the bearer, if any in [  ], the names of individuals issuing the orders are: Abial Barber; Jonathan Carrington (2) [Luke Trall]; Hiram B. Woodcock; Charles G. Bennett; Erastus Baldwin [Catlin]; Green (James) & Bancroft; Isaac Baldwin; John Moss [Amos Lamson]; Erastus A. Lord (3) [Russell R. Stephens, Miss McNeal]; Hiram B. Woodcock; James Green from Torirngton [Mrs. Egleston]; George Merchant [Abby Johnson]; Harvey Perkins; Dudley Henderson [William Sharp].
Folder 77: Orders, 1831 Aug-OctAdd to your cart.
Orders written and signed by individuals and delivered to Elihu Harrison,  requesting that he allow the bearer to spend a specific monetary amount on goods in his store or purchase specific items and charge to the signer's account.  Arranged in chronological order with the name of the bearer, if any in [   ], the names of individuals issuing the orders are: Lyman Wooster [Elisha Buell]; James Green from Torrington [Mary Allyn]; Alanson Abbe; Hiram B. Woodcock [Mr. Johnson]; Norman Barber [Luman Bishop]; Erastus A. Lord (2); Abraham H___ [Garwood Sanford]; Hopkins & Alfred of Harwinton  (2) [Julia Churchill]; Jonathan Carrington by Chester Carrington [Mrs. Hull]; Aaron Gibbs [Mary Bulkley]; John Scovil, Jr. from Harwinton; Garwood Sanford (2) [George Bidwell];
Folder 78: Orders, 1831 NovAdd to your cart.
Orders written and signed by individuals and delivered to Elihu Harrison,  requesting that he allow the bearer to spend a specific monetary amount on goods in his store or purchase specific items and charge to the signer's account.  Arranged in chronological order with the name of the bearer, if any in [   ], the names of individuals issuing the orders are: Green & Bancroft (2) from Torrington [L.A. Potter, Sally Riley]; Jonathan Carrington (3) [Jacob Hubbard, Mr. Bailey, Buckley & Meafoy]; Charles Seymour [Mr. Burnham]; Hiram B. Woodcock; Erastus A. Lord; Reuben Merriman [Mr. Booth].
Folder 79: Orders, 1831 DecAdd to your cart.
Orders written and signed by individuals and delivered to Elihu Harrison,  requesting that he allow the bearer to spend a specific monetary amount on goods in his store or purchase specific items and charge to the signer's account.  Arranged in chronological order with the name of the bearer, if any in [  ], the names of individuals issuing the orders are: Samuel Barnard (2) from South Farms[Ezra Camp, Jacob Hubbard]; Lyman Porter from Milton; Erastus A. Lord (2); David Winship (3).
Folder 80: Orders, 1832 Jan 1-11Add to your cart.
Orders written and signed by individuals and delivered to Elihu Harrison,  requesting that he allow the bearer to spend a specific monetary amount on goods in his store or purchase specific items and charge to the signer's account.  Arranged in chronological order with the name of the bearer, if any in [  ], the names of individuals issuing the orders are: David Winship (6); A. Sedgwick; J. Phelps, Jr. [Eli Smith].
Folder 81: Orders, 1832 Jan 12-31Add to your cart.
Orders written and signed by individuals and delivered to Elihu Harrison,  requesting that he allow the bearer to spend a specific monetary amount on goods in his store or purchase specific items and charge to the signer's account.  Arranged in chronological order with the name of the bearer, if any in [   ], the names of individuals issuing the orders are:David Winship (4); Truman Munger (2) [Tomas Jackson]; Charles G. Bennett [Porter & Co.]; Erastus A. Lord [Miss Stone, Henry Adams]; Jonathan Carrington [Bulkly & Meafoy]; Bulkley & Meafoy.
Folder 82: Orders, 1832 Feb-MarAdd to your cart.
Orders written and signed by individuals and delivered to Elihu Harrison,  requesting that he allow the bearer to spend a specific monetary amount on goods in his store or purchase specific items and charge to the signer's account.  Arranged in chronological order with the name of the bearer, if any in [  ], the names of individuals issuing the orders are:David Winship (2); Oliver Goodwin (2) [Mr. Palmer, Mr.J. McNeal]; Bulkley & Meafoy;[Mrs. Wetmore]; Lyman Wooster (2) [Walter Coe, Miss Abby Ann Matthews]; Charles G. Bennett (3) [Ira Buell] ;E.A. Lord (4) [Mrs. Hills, Bulkley & Meafoy]; Jonathan Carrington [Henry Bailey].
Folder 83: Orders, 1832 AprAdd to your cart.
Orders written and signed by individuals and delivered to Elihu Harrison,  requesting that he allow the bearer to spend a specific monetary amount on goods in his store or purchase specific items and charge to the signer's account.  Arranged in chronological order with the name of the bearer, if any in [  ], the names of individuals issuing the orders are:Henry Adams [Mr. Stevens]; Sylvester Spencer [Steven Trowbridge]; Frederick A. marsh [Mrs. Lucy Bloodgood]; Abiel Barber [William Clarke]; Lyman Wooster [Miss Abby Ann Matthews]; Roswell Scovil; Green & Bancroft from Torrington [H.D. Denison]; John Adams [Elias Hull]; E.A. Lord (2) [Mr. Mathews]; C.G. Bennett [Ira Buel]; Nathan Sanford [Tomlinson Wells]; John Bissell [Bulkley & Meafoy];
Folder 84: Orders, 1832 MayAdd to your cart.
Orders written and signed by individuals and delivered to Elihu Harrison,  requesting that he allow the bearer to spend a specific monetary amount on goods in his store or purchase specific items and charge to the signer's account.  Arranged in chronological order with the name of the bearer, if any in [  ], the names of individuals issuing the orders are:John Phelps, Jr. [James Lewis]; Stephen Trowbridge (2) [Lemuel Palmer];  Erastus A. Lord (3) [Geroge Mathews]; Samuel Barnard from South Farms; Eliada Peck [David Butler]; Jonathan Carrington [Henry Baily]; Alfred Peck [David Dixon?]; Abiel Barber.
Folder 85: Orders, 1832 JunAdd to your cart.
Orders written and signed by individuals and delivered to Elihu Harrison,  requesting that he allow the bearer to spend a specific monetary amount on goods in his store or purchase specific items and charge to the signer's account.  Arranged in chronological order with the name of the bearer, if any in [   ], the names of individuals issuing the orders are:E.A. Lord (5) [George Mathews]; Jonathan Wadhams from Goshen; Harry Catlin; John Phelps, Jr. [Mrs. Lewis]; H.W. Childs dated from Torrington [Thomas L. Saltenstall]; Alfred Peck (2) [Henry Brown, Mrs. Churchill]; Frederick A. Marsh [Orman Stone]; Orman Stone [Hiram Weed]; Sylvester Spencer ; Jonathan Carrington.
Folder 86: Orders, 1832 JulAdd to your cart.
Orders written and signed by individuals and delivered to Elihu Harrison,  requesting that he allow the bearer to spend a specific monetary amount on goods in his store or purchase specific items and charge to the signer's account.  Arranged in chronological order with the name of the bearer, if any in [  ], the names of individuals issuing the orders are:Hiram Jackson; Hezekiah Murray, E.A. Lord (2) [Miss Baldwin]; Philo Moss [Elias Churchill]; H.W. Childs dated from Torrington [Silas Beardslee]; Canfield Hayden; Timothy Roberts [Solon Bishop]; Daniel Roberts [George Dewey].
Folder 87: Orders, 1832 Aug 1Add to your cart.
Orders written and signed by individuals and delivered to Elihu Harrison,  requesting that he allow the bearer to spend a specific monetary amount on goods in his store or purchase specific items and charge to the signer's account.  Arranged in chronological order with the name of the bearer, if any in [   ], the names of individuals issuing the orders are:E.A. Lord (4); Jonathan Carrington [Henry Bailey]; H.W. Childs (4) [Amos Lanson, Charles Havens]; Heman W. Childs [Silas Beardslee]; Charles W. Grant; Thomas Trowbridge (2)[P. Palmer]; Daniel Roberts.
Folder 88: Orders, 1832 SepAdd to your cart.
Orders written and signed by individuals and delivered to Elihu Harrison,  requesting that he allow the bearer to spend a specific monetary amount on goods in his store or purchase specific items and charge to the signer's account.  Arranged in chronological order with the name of the bearer, if any in [  ], the names of individuals issuing the orders are:Elmer Booth [Miss Fish]; Thomas Trowbridge (2) [P. Palmer];  Ebenezer Clark; [Mary McNiel]; Hannah Grant; H.W. CHilds (2) [Amos Lanson, Harvey Peck]; E. Fish [Mr. Baldwin]; Elmer Booth [Mrs. Negus]; Herman Potter [J.G. Beckwith]; E.A. Lord {Mrs. McNeal].
Folder 89: Orders, 1832 OctAdd to your cart.
Orders written and signed by individuals and delivered to Elihu Harrison,  requesting that he allow the bearer to spend a specific monetary amount on goods in his store or purchase specific items and charge to the signer's account.  Arranged in chronological order with the name of the bearer, if any in [  ], the names of individuals issuing the orders are:H.W. Childs [Harvey Peck]; Amos R___ [Julia Webster; Oliver Goodwin [James Winship]; William R. Buel [Mrs. Mabel McNiel]; James Green from Torrington [Warren Bancroft]; Amos Baldwin; John Phelps, Jr.; Dewey & Bulkley.
Folder 90: Orders, 1832 NovAdd to your cart.
Orders written and signed by individuals and delivered to Elihu Harrison,  requesting that he allow the bearer to spend a specific monetary amount on goods in his store or purchase specific items and charge to the signer's account.  Arranged in chronological order with the name of the bearer, if any in [  ], the names of individuals issuing the orders are:E.A. Lord (2);  Alfred Peck [Mr. Matthews]; Morris Johnson [Mrs. Whitmore]; James Gould; H.B. Woodcock; Harry Kilbourn [Mary Bissell]; Erastus Baldwin; Samuel Barnard [Ezra Camp];  Litchfield Lyceum per M.R. Deming.
Folder 91: Orders, 1832 DecAdd to your cart.
Orders written and signed by individuals and delivered to Elihu Harrison,  requesting that he allow the bearer to spend a specific monetary amount on goods in his store or purchase specific items and charge to the signer's account.  Arranged in chronological order with the name of the bearer, if any in [  ], the names of individuals issuing the orders are:H.W. Childs; Oliver Goodwin [Mrs. E. Cramten]; Ebenezer Clark; C.G, Bennett (3) [Ira Buell]; Jonathan Carrington [Hiram B. Woodcock]; E.A. Lord (2)[Miss Hills]; George Dewey [Mrs. McNeil]; John Phelps, Jr. [Samuel Marsh]; Samuel Fullerton [Philip Hubbard].
Folder 92: Orders, 1833 JanAdd to your cart.
Orders written and signed by individuals and delivered to Elihu Harrison,  requesting that he allow the bearer to spend a specific monetary amount on goods in his store or purchase specific items and charge to the signer's account.  Arranged in chronological order with the name of the bearer, if any in [   ], the names of individuals issuing the orders are:E.A. Lord [Mr. S. Spencer] Eratus A. Lord; Dewey & Bulkley (3) [JamesTrowbridge, G. Brewster]; Alfred Peck (2) [Mr. Dean, Harvey Jack]; Elenezar Clark [David Little]; Oliver Goodwin [Sylvester Spencer]; Abiel Barber; Asa Bacon (2); Norman Buel;
Folder 93: Orders, 1833 Feb 1-14Add to your cart.
Orders written and signed by individuals and delivered to Elihu Harrison,  requesting that he allow the bearer to spend a specific monetary amount on goods in his store or purchase specific items and charge to the signer's account.  Arranged in chronological order with the name of the bearer, if any in [   ], the names of individuals issuing the orders are:C.W. Grant; E.A. Lord (2) [Mr. McNeal]; Dewey & Bulkley (3) [James Trowbridge]; Roger Cooke [Aaron C. Gilbert]; Harry Barnard per Benton Barnard; J. G. Candee.
Folder 94: Orders, 1833 Feb 15-29Add to your cart.
Orders written and signed by individuals and delivered to Elihu Harrison,  requesting that he allow the bearer to spend a specific monetary amount on goods in his store or purchase specific items and charge to the signer's account.  Arranged in chronological order with the name of the bearer, if any in [  ], the names of individuals issuing the orders are: Dewey & Bulkley  (3) [James Trowbridge]; George Merchant [Mr. Logan]; Benoni Olcott [Tomlinson Wells]; Kilborn & Braman (3) [Mr. Curtis]; E.A. Lord; Asa Bacon.
Folder 95: Orders, 1833 MarAdd to your cart.
Orders written and signed by individuals and delivered to Elihu Harrison,  requesting that he allow the bearer to spend a specific monetary amount on goods in his store or purchase specific items and charge to the signer's account.  Arranged in chronological order with the name of the bearer, if any in [  ], the names of individuals issuing the orders are:Abiel Barber; Dewey & Bulkley (7) [James Trowbridge]; Bulkley & Meafoy; E.A. Lord; Myron Osborn;  Barzilla Arnts.
Folder 96: Orders, 1833 Mar 13-31Add to your cart.
Orders written and signed by individuals and delivered to Elihu Harrison,  requesting that he allow the bearer to spend a specific monetary amount on goods in his store or purchase specific items and charge to the signer's account.  Arranged in chronological order with the name of the bearer, if any in [  ], the names of individuals issuing the orders are:Mrs. Parmelee; Dewey & Bulkley (6) [James Trowbridge]; Abiel Barber; H.W. Childs [Harvey Peck]; Tomlinson Wells [Geroge Cook]; Guy Wadhams; E.A. Lord; John Phelps, Jr. [Mrs. Smith]; Hiram B. Woodcock.
Folder 97: Orders, 1833 Apr 1-12Add to your cart.
Orders written and signed by individuals and delivered to Elihu Harrison,  requesting that he allow the bearer to spend a specific monetary amount on goods in his store or purchase specific items and charge to the signer's account.  Arranged in chronological order with the name of the bearer, if any in [  ], the names of individuals issuing the orders are:Henry Bissell [Stephen Trowbridge]; Ethan Kilborn [Stephen Trowbridge]; E.A. Lord (2); Dewey & Bulkley (2) [J. Trowbridge]; B. Arnts; Samuel Barnard; Kilborn & Braman (2) [Mr. E. Kilborn,Buell]; Lyman GIll.
Folder 98: Orders, 1833 Apr 13-30Add to your cart.
Orders written and signed by individuals and delivered to Elihu Harrison,  requesting that he allow the bearer to spend a specific monetary amount on goods in his store or purchase specific items and charge to the signer's account.  Arranged in chronological order with the name of the bearer, if any in [  ], the names of individuals issuing the orders are:Ethan Kilborn [Miss Mary Goodwin]; Manly Peters; E.A. Lord (2); Jason Whiting [Mr. Culver]; Samuel Buel [Mr. Norton]; Zeni Tharp (2); Kilborn & Braman (2)[Mr. S. Churchill]; Ethan Kilborn [George Merriman]; Horatio Benton; Hiram B. Woodcock (2) [Mr. Meriman]; Lyman Wooster [Thomas Saltonstall]; William R. Buell; John Phelps Jr. [Mrs. Marsh].
Folder 99: Orders, 1833 MayAdd to your cart.
Orders written and signed by individuals and delivered to Elihu Harrison,  requesting that he allow the bearer to spend a specific monetary amount on goods in his store or purchase specific items and charge to the signer's account.  Arranged in chronological order with the name of the bearer, if any in [  ], the names of individuals issuing the orders are:E.A. Lord (4);  Dewey & Bulkley [James Trowbridge]; H. Grant [Miss Taylor]; George Bolles (2) [Albert Homer]; E.A. Lord per Charles Adams; J.G. Beckwith; H.W. Childs [Augustus Cooke]; Heman W. Childs.
Folder 100: Orders, 1833 JunAdd to your cart.
Orders written and signed by individuals and delivered to Elihu Harrison,  requesting that he allow the bearer to spend a specific monetary amount on goods in his store or purchase specific items and charge to the signer's account.  Arranged in chronological order with the name of the bearer, if any in [  ], the names of individuals issuing the orders are:E.A. Lord (4) [Miss Hills, Mr. Cook, Miss McNeal]; Abiel Barber; J.G. Beckwith; Asa Beckwith [Reuben Merriman]; E.A. Lord per Charles Adams [Miss Prescott]; Erastus Baldwin [Seth P. Beers]; Ebenezer Clark; ___Cook [Mr. Weed]; Tomlinson Wells [Mr. Dayton]; Eli Norton; Hiram Jackson; Abiel Barber.
Folder 101: Orders, 1833 JulAdd to your cart.
Orders written and signed by individuals and delivered to Elihu Harrison,  requesting that he allow the bearer to spend a specific monetary amount on goods in his store or purchase specific items and charge to the signer's account.  Arranged in chronological order with the name of the bearer, if any in [  ], the names of individuals issuing the orders are:H. Wallace; Andrew Buell; Eli Norton; Abiel Barber; Samuel Barnard from South Farms; J. Bissell; John McNeil; Lewis Clark (2); Col. H.W. Childs; Erastus A. Lord [Charles Adams].
Folder 102: Orders, 1833 AugAdd to your cart.
Orders written and signed by individuals and delivered to Elihu Harrison,  requesting that he allow the bearer to spend a specific monetary amount on goods in his store or purchase specific items and charge to the signer's account.  Arranged in chronological order with the name of the bearer, if any in [  ], the names of individuals issuing the orders are:Samuel Buell (2) [Nen Norton]; E.A. Lord (3) [Miss Hull, Mr. Mason]; W.W. Childs [Silas Beardslee, Harvey Peck]; Harvey Perkins [Mrs. Smith];
Folder 103: Orders, 1833 SepAdd to your cart.
Orders written and signed by individuals and delivered to Elihu Harrison,  requesting that he allow the bearer to spend a specific monetary amount on goods in his store or purchase specific items and charge to the signer's account.  Arranged in chronological order with the name of the bearer, if any in [  ], the names of individuals issuing the orders are:E.A. Lord (4) [Mrs. Hills]; G. Sandord (3); Garwood Sanford; H.W. Childs[__ Havens]; Hiram Jackson [M R Deming].
Folder 104: Orders, 1833 OctAdd to your cart.
Orders written and signed by individuals and delivered to Elihu Harrison,  requesting that he allow the bearer to spend a specific monetary amount on goods in his store or purchase specific items and charge to the signer's account.  Arranged in chronological order with the name of the bearer, if any in [  ], the names of individuals issuing the orders are:Stephen Trowbridge; Dewey & Bulkley (6) [James Trowbridge]; John Bissell [Misses Jones & Landon]; Oliver Goodwin [Mr. R. Matthews]; Sally L. Palmer on George H. Palmer account [L.L. Palmer]; H.B. Woodcock [Mr. Peck]; L.A. Lord per Charles Adams (2) [R.S. Potter]; Hiram Wallace; Martin Hartshorn.
Folder 105: Orders, 1833 NovAdd to your cart.
Orders written and signed by individuals and delivered to Elihu Harrison,  requesting that he allow the bearer to spend a specific monetary amount on goods in his store or purchase specific items and charge to the signer's account.  Arranged in chronological order with the name of the bearer, if any in [  ], the names of individuals issuing the orders are:John Phelps, Jr. [Mrs. Lewis]; E.A. Lord (5) [Truman Monger, Miss Miller, Miss Monger]; Erastus A. Lord [Miss Dean]; Tomlinson Wells [George Cook]; Edward Phelps [Messrs. Bulkley and Meafoy]; Bulkley and Meafoy; Hiram B. Woodcock [Almira Munger]; C.L. Webb;
Folder 106: Orders, 1833 DecAdd to your cart.
Orders written and signed by individuals and delivered to Elihu Harrison,  requesting that he allow the bearer to spend a specific monetary amount on goods in his store or purchase specific items and charge to the signer's account.  Arranged in chronological order with the name of the bearer, if any in [  ], the names of individuals issuing the orders are:G. Sanford (2); Dewey & Bulkley [J. Trowbridge]; Heman W. Childs; E.A. Lord (2) [Mrs. Hills, Isac Stow];  J. Bissell [Misses B & Meafoy; Joseph Adams [Alfred Sawyer]; C.L. Webb; Mrs. Abbe; Ozias Seymour [O.S. Seymour].
Folder 107: Orders, 1834 Jan-FebAdd to your cart.
Orders written and signed by individuals and delivered to Elihu Harrison,  requesting that he allow the bearer to spend a specific monetary amount on goods in his store or purchase specific items and charge to the signer's account.  Arranged in chronological order with the name of the bearer, if any in [  ], the names of individuals issuing the orders are:E.A. Lord (5) [Mr. Baldwin, Miss C. Dean, Mrs. Hills, William Buell]; Bulkley & Meafoy (2) by L. O. Meafoy [Mr. Stone]; James M. Pierpont [Dewey & Bulkley]; Ebenezer Clark; Alfred Peck [Nelson Sawyer]; Senator Blakeslee [Julia Webster]; G. Sanford.
Folder 108: Orders, 1834 MarAdd to your cart.
Orders written and signed by individuals and delivered to Elihu Harrison,  requesting that he allow the bearer to spend a specific monetary amount on goods in his store or purchase specific items and charge to the signer's account.  Arranged in chronological order with the name of the bearer, if any in [  ], the names of individuals issuing the orders are:H. Wallace; Tomlinson Wells [H. Bulkley]; John M. Grant for Hannah Grant; Alfred Peck [Miss Eliza Hull]; G. Sanford; Hezekiah Murray; E.A. Lord [Miss Monger, Nelson Sawyer]; Heman W. Childs; Eliada Peck; Julius Munger [George C. Woodruff]; Cyrus Catlin [Miss Eliza Cook].
Folder 109: Orders, 1834 AprAdd to your cart.
Orders written and signed by individuals and delivered to Elihu Harrison,  requesting that he allow the bearer to spend a specific monetary amount on goods in his store or purchase specific items and charge to the signer's account.  Arranged in chronological order with the name of the bearer, if any in [  ], the names of individuals issuing the orders are:Chester Brooker; Alfred Peck (2) [Samuel Dudley, Mr. Boothe]; Hannah Grant [Jacob Reminton]; E.A. Lord (3)[Mrs. Brown, Miss Sandford, Mr. Fisher]; H.W. Childs; Benjamin Moore; E. A. Lord per Charles Adams [Miss Brown].
Folder 110: Orders, 1834 MayAdd to your cart.
Orders written and signed by individuals and delivered to Elihu Harrison,  requesting that he allow the bearer to spend a specific monetary amount on goods in his store or purchase specific items and charge to the signer's account.  Arranged in chronological order with the name of the bearer, if any in [  ], the names of individuals issuing the orders are:H.W. Childs (3) [George Bolles [Charles G. Bennett]]; Abiel Barber; Benton Barnard from South Farms [Frederic Steel]; E.A. Lord (4) [Miss Keeler, Edward King, Mr. E. W. Bolles]; Hannah Grant;  Harry Fitch [John Ward]; Ebenezer Clark [Thadeus Baldwin, Luman Carrington].
Folder 111: Orders, 1834 Jun-AugAdd to your cart.
Orders written and signed by individuals and delivered to Elihu Harrison,  requesting that he allow the bearer to spend a specific monetary amount on goods in his store or purchase specific items and charge to the signer's account.  Arranged in chronological order with the name of the bearer, if any in [  ], the names of individuals issuing the orders are:Ebenezer Clark [William Baldwin]; Eliada Peck; Hannah Grant [Harriet Negus]; E.A. Lord [Miss Twichell, Mrs. Hills]; Tomlinson Wells [Mr. Cook]; William R. Buell.
Folder 112: Orders, 1834 Sep-OctAdd to your cart.
Orders written and signed by individuals and delivered to Elihu Harrison,  requesting that he allow the bearer to spend a specific monetary amount on goods in his store or purchase specific items and charge to the signer's account.  Arranged in chronological order with the name of the bearer, if any in [  ], the names of individuals issuing the orders are:George B. Benton [Rev. Truman Marsh]; James W. Harrison from South Farms [C.L. Wetmore]; Hiram Weed; Syrus Catlin [John Wetmore, Jr.]; William H. Thompson [Mr. Meafoy]; Abiel Barber; C.H. Saunders [Mr. Woodruff]; Alfred Peck [Mrs. Throop]; Tomlinson Wells; John S. Wolcott [Orlando Wadhams]; L.O. Meafoy [ Mr. Munger]; T. Wells [Henry Hull]; O.S. Seymour.
Folder 113: Orders, 1834 Nov-DecAdd to your cart.
Orders written and signed by individuals and delivered to Elihu Harrison,  requesting that he allow the bearer to spend a specific monetary amount on goods in his store or purchase specific items and charge to the signer's account.  Arranged in chronological order with the name of the bearer, if any in [  ], the names of individuals issuing the orders are:E.A. Lord (3)[Miss Carrington, Miss Hills, William Baldwin]; Hiram Jackson {Augustus P. Hinman]; H. Wallace; Samuel Fuller, Jr. [Lyman Gill]; Abiel Barber [Alva Stone]; Marie Gimbrede; L.O. Meafoy; Cyrus Catlin; Samuel Fuller, Jr. [Peter Rivele].
Folder 114: Orders, 1835 JanAdd to your cart.
Orders written and signed by individuals and delivered to Elihu Harrison,  requesting that he allow the bearer to spend a specific monetary amount on goods in his store or purchase specific items and charge to the signer's account.  Arranged in chronological order with the name of the bearer, if any in [  ], the names of individuals issuing the orders are:E. A. Lord (2)[Henry Adams, Miss Norton]; L. Bacon; Ebenezer Clark (3) [Chauncy Evens]; Hannah Grant [C. Peck]; Tomlinson Wells John B. Stone]; Dewey & Bulkley.
Folder 115: Orders, 1835 FebAdd to your cart.
Orders written and signed by individuals and delivered to Elihu Harrison,  requesting that he allow the bearer to spend a specific monetary amount on goods in his store or purchase specific items and charge to the signer's account.  Arranged in chronological order with the name of the bearer, if any in [  ], the names of individuals issuing the orders are:Abiel Barber; Tomlinson Wells [L.O. Meafoy];  Joseph W. Mason from South Farms; Elizabeth Brown; Henry Bissell (2); Ebenezer Clark; Henry Adams; Elon Cramtor, Jr. [John Marsh].
Folder 116: Orders, 1835 MarAdd to your cart.
Orders written and signed by individuals and delivered to Elihu Harrison,  requesting that he allow the bearer to spend a specific monetary amount on goods in his store or purchase specific items and charge to the signer's account.  Arranged in chronological order with the name of the bearer, if any in [  ], the names of individuals issuing the orde]rs are:Dewey & Bulkley [Mr. Woodruff]; L.O. Meafoy; E.A. Lord (2) [Miss C. Spencer, Mr. Brown]; Alfred Peck [Jesse Osborn]; Hezekiah Murray [Mr. Johnson]; O.S. Seymour; Abby Ward; Tomlinson Wells [Harry Kilborn].
Folder 117: Orders, 1835 AprAdd to your cart.
Orders written and signed by individuals and delivered to Elihu Harrison,  requesting that he allow the bearer to spend a specific monetary amount on goods in his store or purchase specific items and charge to the signer's account.  Arranged in chronological order with the name of the bearer, if any in [  ], the names of individuals issuing the orders are:Charles Seymour [H. Osborne]; L.O.Meafoy (2)[Mr. Munger, Mr. Stevens];  M.C. Peck; George S. Buel [Polly Bristol]; E. A. Lord (2) [George Mathews]; Ebenezer Clark; E.A. Lord per A.A. Lord.
Folder 118: Orders, 1835 May 1-15Add to your cart.
Orders written and signed by individuals and delivered to Elihu Harrison,  requesting that he allow the bearer to spend a specific monetary amount on goods in his store or purchase specific items and charge to the signer's account.  Arranged in chronological order with the name of the bearer, if any in [  ], the names of individuals issuing the orders are:J.G. Beckwith [G. Seymour]; Erastus A. Lord (7) [Ozias Lewis, Harry Kilbourn, Butler Stone, George Mathews, Cornelia Bidwell]; Hiram Jackson (2).
Folder 119: Orders, 1835 May 16-31Add to your cart.
Orders written and signed by individuals and delivered to Elihu Harrison,  requesting that he allow the bearer to spend a specific monetary amount on goods in his store or purchase specific items and charge to the signer's account.  Arranged in chronological order with the name of the bearer, if any in [  ], the names of individuals issuing the orders are:Erastus A. Lord (5)[Mrs. Prescott, George Matthews, Miss Webster, Miss Miller]; E.A. Lord per A.A. Lord (2); Cyrus Catlin [Hiram Wallace]; L.O. Meafoy (2) [Mr. Stone, Mr. Stevens]; J.G. Beckwith to Mr. Lawrence [Harriet Bull]; C. Parmelee to Mr. Lawrence
Folder 120: Orders, 1835 JunAdd to your cart.
Orders written and signed by individuals and delivered to Elihu Harrison,  requesting that he allow the bearer to spend a specific monetary amount on goods in his store or purchase specific items and charge to the signer's account.  Arranged in chronological order with the name of the bearer, if any in [  ], the names of individuals issuing the orders are:E.A. Lord (5)[Pompey Lepien, Mrs. Stone, Miss King, George Mathews]; Hiram Jackson (3) [Mr. Hull]; Eliada Peck; L.O. Meafoy (2) [Mr. Stevens, Mr. Stone].
Folder 121: Orders, 1835 JulAdd to your cart.
Orders written and signed by individuals and delivered to Elihu Harrison,  requesting that he allow the bearer to spend a specific monetary amount on goods in his store or purchase specific items and charge to the signer's account.  Arranged in chronological order with the name of the bearer, if any in [  ], the names of individuals issuing the orders are:A. Cook [Mrs. Hubbard]; James C. Newcomb (2)[George Bolles, Luman Bishop]; Lucien P. Cook [Olive Taylor]; E.A. Lord [Miss Webster]; S. Trowbridge [Miss E. Fish]; Hiram Jackson.
Folder 122: Orders, 1835 Aug-SepAdd to your cart.
Orders written and signed by individuals and delivered to Elihu Harrison,  requesting that he allow the bearer to spend a specific monetary amount on goods in his store or purchase specific items and charge to the signer's account.  Arranged in chronological order with the name of the bearer, if any in [  ], the names of individuals issuing the orders are:L.P. Cook [Harriet Negus];Tobias Cleaver (2); E.A. Lord (5) [Augustus Buell, Miss Buell, Thomas Addis]; S.W. Camp; S. Trowbridge; J.W. Harrison [Mr. Gardner]; L.O. Meafoy [Miss Hubbard].
Folder 123: Orders, 1835 OctAdd to your cart.
Orders written and signed by individuals and delivered to Elihu Harrison,  requesting that he allow the bearer to spend a specific monetary amount on goods in his store or purchase specific items and charge to the signer's account.  Arranged in chronological order with the name of the bearer, if any in [  ], the names of individuals issuing the orders are:E.A. Lord [Miss Hills]; C.G. Birge [ Dewey & Bulkley]; Hiram Jackson; James W. Harrison [Simeon B. Parker]; E.A. Lord per H.C. Lord (3); E.A. Lord  (2) [Mrs. Hills].
Folder 124: Orders, 1835 NovAdd to your cart.
Orders written and signed by individuals and delivered to Elihu Harrison,  requesting that he allow the bearer to spend a specific monetary amount on goods in his store or purchase specific items and charge to the signer's account.  Arranged in chronological order with the name of the bearer, if any in [  ], the names of individuals issuing the orders are:E.A. Lord (4) [Butler Stone, Miss Palmer]; Ozias Lewis [Augustus Buel]; Stephen Trowbridge (3)[Miss Elisa Fish]; R.S. Camp from Plymouth; William Laurence from Norfolk; Mrs. Fuller; Erastus A. Lord per H. Edwin Lord (2)
Folder 125: Orders, 1835 DecAdd to your cart.
Orders written and signed by individuals and delivered to Elihu Harrison,  requesting that he allow the bearer to spend a specific monetary amount on goods in his store or purchase specific items and charge to the signer's account.  Arranged in chronological order with the name of the bearer, if any in [  ], the names of individuals issuing the orders are:Stephen Trowbridge [Miss E. Fish]; O. Wadhams; E.A. Lord per H.E. Lord [Miss Burl]; E.A. Lord (2) [George Mathews]; Hiram Jackson; A. Bierce from Goshen [my black boy].
Folder 126: Blynn, Henry and Dunham, Henry orders, 1825Add to your cart.
Orders written and signed by Henry Blynn and Henry Dunham and delivered to Harrison and Parmelee,  requesting that they allow the bearer to spend a specific monetary amount on goods in his store or purchase specific items and charge to them. Arranged by surname, the names of the bearers are: Frances Baker; Jacob Caswell; William Cunningham; Luman Curtis; Deming;  Drummond; Hemsted (3); Minor Hazen;Sherman
Folder 127: Blynn, Henry and Dunham, Henry orders, undatedAdd to your cart.
Orders written and signed by Henry Blynn and Henry Dunham and delivered to Harrison and Parmelee,  requesting that they allow the bearer to spend a specific monetary amount on goods in his store or purchase specific items and charge to them. Twelve orders, all without date or name of bearer.
Folder 128: Blynn, Henry and Dunham, Henry orders, undatedAdd to your cart.
Orders written and signed by Henry Blynn and Henry Dunham and delivered to Harrison and Parmelee,  requesting that they allow the bearer to spend a specific monetary amount on goods in his store or purchase specific items and charge to them.Twelve orders, all undated and without the name of a bearer.
Folder 129: Blynn, Henry orders, 1825Add to your cart.
Orders from Henry Blynn  to Harrison and Parmelee,  requesting that they allow the bearer to spend a specific monetary amount on goods in his store or purchase specific items and charge to him. Only 3 include the names of the bearers: Samuel B. Plumb, Hemsted, and R Haldaway;
Folder 130: Blynn, Henry orders, undatedAdd to your cart.
Orders from Henry Blynn  to Harrison and Parmelee,  requesting that they allow the bearer to spend a specific monetary amount on goods in his store or purchase specific items and charge to him. Names of the bearers are: Mr. Husted; Fanny Mose; Mrs. Peck; Mr. Root; Ozias Sanford, and 6 without names.
Folder 131: Blynn, Henry orders, 1825 - 1830Add to your cart.
Orders from Henry Blynn  to Elihu Harrison,  requesting that he allow the bearer to spend a specific monetary amount on goods in his store or purchase specific items and charge to him. There are no names of  the bearers.
Folder 132: Orders, A - C, undatedAdd to your cart.
Undated orders  to Elihu Harrison,  requesting that he allow the bearer to spend a specific monetary amount on goods in his store or purchase specific items and charge to the signer's account.  Arranged in alphabetical order by surname of individuals issuing the orders with the name of the bearer, if any in [  ]. The names of individuals issuing the orders are: Dr. Abbe; Samuel Barnard, Jr.; C.G. Bennett; Samuel Boardman; Chester Brooker; A.P. Cable; Abel Camp [Cato]; Abel Camp, Jr. (3) [Jabez Whittelsey];  J. Candee [Mr. Gill]; Heman W. Childs [Abby Morris & Amelia Cook]; Sheldon Cowles from Bethlem; Martin Curtis.
Folder 133: Orders, D - G, undatedAdd to your cart.
Undated orders  to Elihu Harrison,  requesting that he allow the bearer to spend a specific monetary amount on goods in his store or purchase specific items and charge to the signer's account.  Arranged in alphabetical order by surname of individuals issuing the orders with the name of the bearer, if any in [  ]. The names of individuals issuing the orders are:Isaac Ensign; Seth Farnam [Nathan]; Joseph S. French [Capt. Tuttle]; Asa Gillet; M.A. Goodwin.
Folder 134: Orders, H - K, undatedAdd to your cart.
Undated orders  to Elihu Harrison,  requesting that he allow the bearer to spend a specific monetary amount on goods in his store or purchase specific items and charge to the signer's account.  Arranged in alphabetical order by surname of individuals issuing the orders with the name of the bearer, if any in [  ]. The names of individuals issuing the orders are:Ephraim S. Hall [Thomas Waugh]; C. Harrison; William Harrison [Capt. Erastus Goodwin]; Zopher B. Hayes; Isaac Hotchkiss; Anson Hubbard [Polly Hubbard].
Folder 135: Orders, L - 0, undatedAdd to your cart.
Undated orders  to Elihu Harrison,  requesting that he allow the bearer to spend a specific monetary amount on goods in his store or purchase specific items and charge to the signer's account.  Arranged in alphabetical order by surname of individuals issuing the orders with the name of the bearer, if any in [  ]. The names of individuals issuing the orders are:L. Hungerford; Franklin Lamphere; Merrick Lepeon; Ebenezer Mansfield; George Merriman; Harley Moss [Miss Beech]; Leman Munson (2) [Mrs. Prentice, George Roberts]; A. Northrop; Ambrose Norton [Mr. Elett]; Heman H. Orton.
Folder 136: Orders, P - Se, undatedAdd to your cart.
Undated orders  to Elihu Harrison,  requesting that he allow the bearer to spend a specific monetary amount on goods in his store or purchase specific items and charge to the signer's account.  Arranged in alphabetical order by surname of individuals issuing the orders with the name of the bearer, if any in [  ]. The names of individuals issuing the orders are:Simeon Palmer; Mrs. Parmelee; M.D. Peck; Hannah Peck; J.M. Pierpont (3); Emanuel Russell [Tobias Clever]; Simeon Sanford [Luanna Orvis]; Sanford; C.H. Saunders; A. Sedgwick; Bela Seymour [Mr. Smith]; O.S. Seymour (2).
Folder 137: Orders, Sh - Z, undatedAdd to your cart.
Undated orders  to Elihu Harrison,  requesting that he allow the bearer to spend a specific monetary amount on goods in his store or purchase specific items and charge to the signer's account.  Arranged in alphabetical order by surname of individuals issuing the orders with the name of the bearer, if any in [  ]. The names of individuals issuing the orders are:Anna Smith; Electa Smith [Miss A. Stephens]; Maria Smith; Jonathan Steele; Jasper Stoddard; Gilbert Van hoeson [Jonas Smith]; Samuel Waldron; H. Wallace; Mary Wallace (2); E. Wells [J. Trowbridge]; T. Wells; Mrs. F. Wolcott; Oliver S. Wolcott.
Sub-Series 5: AccountsAdd to your cart.
Folder 1: Daybook, 1811 Jun 25 - 1812 Aug 5Add to your cart.
On the first page is written "Elihu Harrison's Day Book, Litchfield". This is a small account book containing daily entries and 2 ledger entries. Items sold include oranges, lemons, and codfish. There is also a 2 page narrative about a brawl between a blacksmith and a customer. At this time, Elihu Harrison was still in the South Farms Society [now Morris] of Litchfield.
Folder 2: Daybook, 1813 Oct 9 - 1814 Mar 7Add to your cart.
One page from a daybook of Elihu Harrison.
Folder 3: Accounts - Assignees of Simeon Harrison, 1819 Apr 26 - 1821 Jun 1Add to your cart.
Elihu Harrison's account book, dated Litchfield 26 April 1819, "Bot. of the Assignees of Mr. Simeon Harrison". Contains 19 pages of goods purchased by Harrison, totalling $1368.82, with a schedule for payment  to 1 June 1821. Goods include groceries,china and glassware,hardware, fabrics, sewing notions, shawls and gloves.
Folder 4: Account book, 1819 Apr 27 - 1820 Feb 24Add to your cart.
Two accounts kept by Elihu Harrison: 1) an account of money & goods received from Morris Woodruff from April 28, 1819; 2) account of money & goods taken by MW [Morris Woodruff] from EH [Elihu Harrison] store from April 27, 1819.
Folder 5: Account book, 1819 Apr 27 - 1820 Jan 5Add to your cart.

Various accounts for butter, beef, pork, lard & cheese bought and sold by Harrison. Includes names for suppliers and purchasers.

Also starting from the back, are 2 pages of  "An account of debts due to sundry persons from Elihu Harrison from April 27, 1819."

Folder 6: Accounts, 1819 May 4 - 1820 Aug 5Add to your cart.
Miscellaneous pages from a daybook and other accounts of Elihu Harrison.
Folder 7: Cashbook, 1819 May 21 - 1820 Nov 6Add to your cart.
On the cover "Elihu Harrison's Cash Book" with entries for cash received and expended.
Folder 8: Account book, 1820 Apr 15 - 1821 Mar 14Add to your cart.
Account book of Elihu Harrison containing: 1)"An account of debts due Elihu Harrison Apr 15, 1820" - a 5 page list of names with amounts due; 2)records of hearings held before Harrison in his office as Justice of Peace from 8 Jun 1820 to 14 Mar 1821; 3) accounting and judgment by Harrison in the case of Wilmot Sperry vs. Nathan Smedley, July-August 1820.
Folder 9: Ledger, 1820 Sep 27-1823 Jan 13Add to your cart.
Ledger of store accounts with Elihu Harrison, mostly 1820 and 1821, for merchandise primarily brandy and tobacco.
Folder 10: Distilling Co. accounts, 1820 Sep-DecAdd to your cart.
Accounts from Elihu Harrison's Distilling Company.
Sub-Folder 1: Still Book No. 1, 1820 Sep-DecAdd to your cart.
Account book of Elihu Harrison's Distilling Co., part ledger and part daybook.
Sub-Folder 2: Distillery Co. accounts, 1820 Sep-DecAdd to your cart.
Accounts of the Distilling Co.
Folder 11: Distilling Co. accounts, 1821 Sep-DecAdd to your cart.
Elihu Harrison's accounts for the Distiling Co.
Folder 12: Daybook, 1823 Apr 23-Dec 25Add to your cart.
Daybook for Elihu Harrison's store in the South Farms section [now Morris] of Litchfield.
Folder 13: Accounts: A-E, 1819-1824Add to your cart.
Accounts with Elihu Harrison including: Cable H. Austin; Miss Lucy Barnard; beef; Heman Bissell; butter; Miss Lucy Cable; William Elliot; Phineas Emmons; and Isaac Ensign. Arranged alphabetically by surname.
Folder 14: Accounts: F-L, 1819-1824Add to your cart.
Accounts with Elihu Harrison including: Flagg & warder; Capt. Burr Goodwin; Abigail Harrison account with Joseph Parker; Simeon Harrison; H. Hine; Nathan Hine; Polly Johnson; Daniel Lamson; Sheldon C. Leavitt. Arranged alphabetically by surname.
Folder 15: Accounts: M-R, 1819-1824Add to your cart.
Accounts with Elihu Harrison including: John T. Mansfield; William Munson; A.B. Parker; Samuel Porter; E. Russell. Arranged alphabetically by surname.
Folder 16: Accounts: S-Z, 1816-1824Add to your cart.
Accounts with Elihu Harrison including: Ozias Seymour; William Harrison account with Dennis Smith; Jonas M. Smith; Simeon Smith; Erasmus Sperry; Wilmot Sperry; talmadge; Hezekiah Thompson; Turner Woodruff & Co., John D. Weed (3); Lavinia Woodruff; Morris Woodruff; Salmon Woodruff. Arranged alphabetically by surname.
Folder 17: Harrison and Parmelee merchandise inventories, 1825 Sep - 1826 AprAdd to your cart.
Two small notebooks, dated Sept. 1825 & April 1826. containing inventories of goods, including fabrics, clothing, groceries, hardware, & dry goods in Harrison & Parmelee's store.
Folder 18: Accounts: A-B, 1825-1836Add to your cart.
Accounts with Harrison & Parmelee (1825-1826) and Elihu Harrison including: Abbe, Dr. Alanson; Adams, Henry; Baldwin, Abner; Baldwin, D.;  Barnes, Norman; Beckley, Silas; Bennet, C.E.; Benton, George; Bissell, Herman; Bissell, Jud; Bolles, E.W.; Booth, E.; Bulkley & Meafoy. Arranged alphabetically by surname.
Folder 19: Accounts: C-E, 1825-1836Add to your cart.
Accounts with Harrison & Parmelee (1825-1826) and Elihu Harrison including: Camp, Abel; Catlin, Cyrus; Cowles, Edward; Dayton, Zadoe; Dewey, George; Ensign, George. Alphabetically by surname.
Item 1: Accounts: Cheese, 1825-1836Add to your cart.
Elihu Harrison's accounts for cheese bought and sold.
Folder 20: Accounts: F-G, 1825-1836Add to your cart.
Accounts with Harrison & Parmelee (1825-1826) and Elihu Harrison including: Flagg & Lego for crackers; Fuller, Joshua; Garritt, Joshua; Gill, Lyman for tailoring; Goodwin & Galpin; Goodwin, Col. Nathaniel; Green, James & North,Ethel. Arranged alphabetically by surname.
Item 1: Accounts: Garden seeds, 1833Add to your cart.
A list of garden seeds with the number of packets and price, raised in Tyringham, Berkshire County, Mass. for sale by E. Harrison.
Folder 21: Accounts: H-L, 1825-1836Add to your cart.
Accounts with Harrison & Parmelee (1825-1826) and Elihu Harrison including: Harrison, William H.; Homer, Albert for keeping care of Seth P. Beers room (3); Hotchkiss, Wiliam; Hubbard, Jacob; Hubbard & Johnson; Johnson, Amos; Judd, Elisha H; Leavitt, C.  Arranged alphabetically by surname.
Folder 22: Accounts: M-R, 1825-1836Add to your cart.
Accounts with Harrison & Parmelee (1825-1826) and Elihu Harrison including: Marsh, Elisha for veal; Marsh, Ormand for work in garden; Mason, Edwin for bricks; McNiel, Samuel for butter; Merchant & Arnts; Merriman, John A.; Nicholson, Manvil & Thomson; Norton, Ambrose; Peck, C.  Arranged alphabetically by surname.
Folder 23: Accounts: S, 1825-1836Add to your cart.
Accounts with Harrison & Parmelee (1825-1826) and Elihu Harrison including: Sanford, Simeon; Scovill, Sarah; Seymour, Ozias & Charles; Seymour, O.S.; Shaumburgh, Charles W.; Smith, Charlotte; Smith, Eli; Smith, Job; Smith, Simeon; Stone, Charity; Sperry, Willmot; Stone, John & James. Arranged alphabetically by surname.
Item 1: Accounts: Sanford, Simeon, 1826-1830Add to your cart.
Debts and notes taken by Simeon Sanford. Some belonging to the firm of Sanford, Skilton & Harrison; and the firm of Sanford & Harrison
Folder 24: Accounts: T-Z, 1825-1836Add to your cart.
Accounts with Harrison & Parmelee (1825-1826) and Elihu Harrison including: Parks, Josiah; Thomson, Eben N; Wadsworth, J.C. & A.; Warham; Webb, Charles L [memorandum of cotton]; Harvey; Wells, Tomlinson; Winship, James; Woodcock, H.B.; Woodruff, Denman for boots and shoes.  Arranged alphabetically by surname.
Item 1: Accounts: Woodruff, G.C., 1829 Dec 1Add to your cart.
An account of notes by sundry individuals left with G.C. Woodruff, Esq. for collection.
Folder 25: Accounts, undatedAdd to your cart.
Accounts with  Elihu Harrison including: Bulkley & Saunders [expense of going to gaol]; Smith, Simeon;  Woodruff, Salmon.  Arranged alphabetically by surname.
Folder 26: Bookkeeping records, 1827-1836Add to your cart.
Lists of persons who owe money to Elihu Harrison. Only one has a date included, 1827.
Folder 27: Memorandums, 1826-1835Add to your cart.
Five small notebooks identified by Elihu Harrison as "Memorandum". Two are dated 1828 and 1831, the others are undated. They appear to be shopping lists for purchases to be made from wholesale merchants, some of whom are listed.
Folder 28: Account book: sales and profits, 1835 Nov - 1836 MarAdd to your cart.
A small notebook kept by Elihu Harrison as a record of sales and profits.
Folder 29: Miscellaneous accounts, 1818-1836Add to your cart.
Miscellaneous lists of persons,  merchandise, or accounting numbers  that cannot be identified with any specific activity.
Folder 30: Miscellaneous accounts [notes], A-L, 1818-1836Add to your cart.
Accounts for notes due to and from various people including Phinehas Emmons; Medad Gibbs; William Grimes; Jesse Hubbard; Demer Judd; Clark Loveland.
Folder 31: Miscellaneous accounts [notes], M-Z, 1818-1836Add to your cart.
Accounts for notes due to and from various people including Elisha Marsh; Elijah Peck; Newton Pruden; Almon P.Rogers; Edward Russell; C.N. Saunders; Charles Steele; Frederick Steele; Chauncey Warren
Sub-Folder 1: Pierpont, William, 1821Add to your cart.
Two notes against William Pierpont 2nd involving Elisha Fowles of  Winchester, and Samuel Hurlbert. A note against John T. Mansfield by William Pierpont 2nd.
Folder 32: Farnam, John, estate, 1823-1833Add to your cart.
Records of notes and accounts rendered to the assignees of John Farnam.
Sub-Series 6: Business letters, 1820-1836Add to your cart.
Letters concerning Elihu Harrison's mercantile business.
Folder 1: Business letters, 1820-1824Add to your cart.
Business letters to Elihu Harrison. Arranged chronologically.
Sub-Folder 1: Business letters, 1820-1823Add to your cart.
Item 1: Frisbie & Pierpont, 1820 Dec 8Add to your cart.
Letter from Frisbie & Pierpont in Lyons, New York to Elihu Harrison in South Farms concerning a rough trip to Lyons; buying and selling various merchandise. Added postcript by William Pierpont concerning the trade that Frisbie has done for the firm.
Item 2: Peck, Abel, 1821 Feb 20Add to your cart.
Letter from Abel Peck in Bethlem to Elihu Harrison in Litchfield South Farms concerning a bill with Mr. Loveland.
Item 3: Sperry, Wilmot, 1821 Feb 15Add to your cart.
Letter from Wilmot Sperry in New Milford to Elihu Harrison, Esq. in Litchfield writing that he knows a man in Northfield, named Jacob Turner who has a claim to property near his own and proposes that Harrison discreetly ask Turner about his claim without mentioning Sperry's name. He thinks that they may buy it a a bargain price; asks Harrison to write him if he learns anything and to burn this letter.
Item 4: Tolles, E, 1821 Jul 13Add to your cart.
Letter from E. Tolles in Colebrook to Elihu Harrison in Litchfield South Farms asking Harrison to get all possible information about Pierpont's property in Connecticut and when he plans to go west.
Item 5: Sperry, Wilmot, 1821 Sep 5Add to your cart.
Letter from Wilmot Sperry in New Milford to Elihu Harrison in Litchfield  writing that he will be in Litchfield in about 10 days and asks Harrison to collect the rest of the money he is owed from Mr. Harison.
Item 6: Smith, A, 1821 Sep 11Add to your cart.
A. Smith of Southbury letter to Elihu Harrison in South Farms concerning the account of Mrs. Farnum and her purchase of cloth and other items.
Item 7: Agnew, William, 1821 Sep 22Add to your cart.
Letter of William Agnew per John Adams in New York to Elihu Harrison in Litchfield South Farms concerning the purchase of flax seed.
Item 8: Pierpont, William, 1821 Sep 29Add to your cart.
Letter from William Pierpont in Litchfield to Elihu Harrison in South Farms asking him to go to Litchfield and tell Mr. Beers to settle a law suit before Pierpont leaves for the west.
Item 9: Tolles, E, 1821 Nov 21Add to your cart.
Letter from E. Tolles in Winsted to Elihu Harrison in Litchfield South Farms asking him to send a note in his possession against "Cousin Billy".
Sub-Folder 2: Business letters, 1822-1823Add to your cart.
Item 1: Kellogg, Elijah, 1822 Mar 6Add to your cart.
Letter from Elijah Kellogg in Elizabeth Town, NJ to Elihu Harrison writing that he would like to hire the young man mentioned by Harrison in the peddling trade if he will work for low pay; when hiring peddlars he requires them to give security.
Item 2: Collins, N, 1822 Mar 16Add to your cart.
Letter from N. Collins in Goshen to Elihu Harrison in Litchfield South Farms writing that he does not think he will accept the offer from Mr. Kellogg in the peddling business. He has had an offer from Uncle Ozias for a clerk's position. Thanks Harrison for his trouble.
Item 3: Woodruff, Morris, 1822 May 24Add to your cart.
Letter from Morris Woodruff in Litchfield to Elihu Harrison in South Farms in which he encloses a note against Jared Knapp that he wishes Harrison to collect.
Item 4: Warren, Alanson, 1822 Jul 2Add to your cart.
Letter from Alanson Warner in Watertown to Elihu Harrison in Litchfield South Farms enclosing a complaint against John Terrel for whom he has searched unsuccessfully.
Item 5: Hinman, Roy R, 1822 Aug 9Add to your cart.
Letter from Roy R. Hinman in Roxbury stating that he is being sued by D. Botsford on Aug. 12 with Harrison presiding. He requests he be allowed to arrive late.
Item 6: Austin, Caleb H, 1822 Aug 13Add to your cart.
Letter from Caleb H. Austin in Berlin to Elihu Harrison in Litchfield South Farms asking about Harrison's sucess in collecting debts from various people including John Peck, Sperry, and Marquis.
Item 7: Sanford, Asa, 1822 Dec 31Add to your cart.
Letter from Asa Sanford in Salem Bridge, NY to Elihu Harrison in South Farms asking for written statements of Seth Farnam and any other witnesses who may have heard Daniel Beach say that he will not be a tavern keeper any more.
Item 8: Sperry, W, 1823 May 17Add to your cart.
W. Sperry of New Milford letter to Elihu Harrison regarding the collection of a debt from Levi Thompson of Bethlem in regard to some sheep skins.
Sub-Folder 3: Business letters, 1824Add to your cart.
Item 1: Goodwin, Burr, 1824 Mar 20Add to your cart.
Letter from Burr Goodwin in Jefferson to Elihu Harrison requesting that Harrison close Goodwin's business and collect all debts due to him. Mentions some people who owe him and asks that items, including a sword, be sent to him.
Item 2: Johnson, Edward, 1824 Aug 26Add to your cart.
Letter from Edward Johnson in New York to Elihu Harrison in Litchfield South Farms about the sale of Harrison's cheese, and the shipping of cheese to a hot climate.
Item 3: Thomson, Levi, 1824 Oct 22Add to your cart.
Letter from Elihu Harrison in Litchfield to Levi Thompson in Bethlem concerning money owed by Mr. Hine for a cow.
Item 4: Collins, Homer, 1824 Nov 20Add to your cart.
Letter from Homer Collins in Litchfield to Elihu Harrison in Litchfield requesting transport to New Haven of 16 hogs he bought on Chestnut Hill and for Mr. S. Barnard to take 40 boxes of cheese from Goshen.
Item 5: Leavitt, S.C., 1824 Dec 29Add to your cart.
Letter from S.C. Leavitt in Bethlem to Elihu Harrison in Litchfield asking Harrison to estimate the quantity and value of some cord wood.
Folder 2: Business letters, 1825Add to your cart.
Business letters to Elihu Harrison and the company of Harrison & Parmelee. Arranged chronologically.
Item 1: Harrison and Parmelee, 1825 Jan 14-1826 Mar 3Add to your cart.
Copies or drafts of letters sent to merchants by Harrison & Parmelee of Litchfield. Merchants include Hotchkiss and Hall; New Line Packets; Nicholson & Manville; J. Nicholson; Messrs. Reed & Lee; Root, Atwater & Co.; Emanuel Russell; Hughes & Son; R.N. Stone.T. & S. Bishop.
Item 2: Austin, C.H., 1825 Feb 3Add to your cart.
Letter from C.H. Austin in Berlin to Elihu Harrison concerning the settlement of accounts and unpaid debts.
Item 3: Wadsworth, James C, 1825 Mar 16Add to your cart.
James C. Wadsworth  letter to Elihu Harrison in South Farms concerning his sale of clover seed.
Item 4: Mott and Gorham, 1825 Sep 22Add to your cart.
Letter from Mott & Gorham in New York to Messrs. Harrison & Parmelee acknowledging Harrison's letter & responding that they do not have the items he ordered and are in the process of closing their business.
Folder 3: Business letters, 1826Add to your cart.
Business letters to the firm of Harrison & Parmelee in Litchfield and to Elihu Harrison. arranged chronologically.
Item 1: Beecher, Eli & Co., 1826 Jan 4Add to your cart.
Letter from Eli Beecher & Co. in New Haven to Harrison & Parmelee about a bill with the New Line Packets.
Item 2: Trowbridge, Stephen, 1826 Jan 19Add to your cart.
Letter from Stephen Trowbridge in New Haven to Harrison & Parmelee in Litchfield requesting settling of their account.
Item 3: Jones, Algernon S, 1826 Jan 26Add to your cart.
Algernon S. Jones in Bridgeport letter to Albert O. Parmelee in Litchfield responding to Parmelee's inquiry about portable furnaces being made in Bridgeport by O. & W. Sherman.
Item 4: Sherman, O & W, 1826 Jan 26Add to your cart.
Letter from O. & W. Sherman in Bridgeport to Harrison & Parmelee, merchants in Litchfield, responding to their inquiry about purchasing furnaces.
Item 5: Parmelee, A.O., 1826 Mar 18Add to your cart.
Letter from A.O. Parmelee in Litchfield to Elihu Harrison in New Haven writing that he has sent butter to New Haven by Harrison's brother. Description of sizes and quality of butter sent.
Item 6: Parmelee, D.L., 1826 Jul 23Add to your cart.
Letter from D.L. Parmelee to his brother requesting that he deposit $136 in the bank.
Item 7: Benedict, Ira, 1826 Aug 4Add to your cart.
Letter from Ira Benedict in Danbury Bethel to Elihu Harrison regarding a ticket purchased at Mr.John Farnams by Mrs. Beckwith for her sons which drew a prize of $100, the balance of which was to be paid to Mrs. Beckwith. Mrs. Benedict recollects the transaction.
Item 8: Northrop, Abner, 1826 Sep 14Add to your cart.
Letter from Abner Northrop in South Farms to Elihu Harrison regarding a certificate for Mr. Brown that he thinks Harrison may have in his possession.
Item 9: Webster, Parmelee & Co., 1826 Dec 19Add to your cart.
Letter from Webster, Parmelee & Co. in Augusta to Elihu Harrison in Litchfield regarding an account.
Sub-Folder 1: Austin, Caleb H, 1826Add to your cart.
Business letters from C.H. Austin in Berlin to Elihu Harrison in Litchfield regarding the collection of unpaid accounts. The letter of 1826 Jan 18 involves unsettled accounts against individuals in South Farms including Grant Wickwire, Sheldon Wickwire, Ezra Burgess, James Waugh, etc.  Other letters involve a law suit brought against Austin by Ezra Burgess
Sub-Folder 2: Business letters - Drafts, 1826Add to your cart.
Drafts of business letters written from the firm of Harrison & Parmelee to various wholesale merchants including C & W Sherman, Coley & Smith, T & S Bishop, Nicholson & Manville, Reed & Lee, and Sanford & Galpin.
Folder 4: Business letters, 1827-1828 JunAdd to your cart.
Business letters to Elihu Harrison. Arranged chronologically.
Item 1: Bishop & Heminway, 1827 Aug 9Add to your cart.
Letter from Bishop & Heminway in Watertown to Elihu Harrison requesting that he collect on an enclosed note of a person who may live east of Litchfield town.
Item 2: Bishop & Heminway, 1827 Aug 31Add to your cart.
Letter from Bishop & Heminway in Watertown to Elihu Harrison requesting that he act on Scott's note in whatever way he thinks appropriate.
Item 3: Bishop & Heminway, 1827 Dec 27Add to your cart.
Bishop & Heminway in Watertown letter to Elihu Harrison who conclude that Mr. Scott is not likely to visit this country soon and asks him to let them know if her gets any information about Scott's location.
Item 4: Garnsey, Joseph, 1828 Jan 32Add to your cart.
Letter from Joseph Garnsey in Northfield to Elihu Harrison that he is keeping some flutes and will return some.
Item 5: Bissell, John, 1828 Feb 7Add to your cart.
Letter from John Bissell about orders for nuts, flour,peas, and other items.
Item 6: Brown, Franklin, 1828 Mar 12Add to your cart.
Letter from Franklin Brown in Preston writing that he is enclosing a payment. Also sends respects to Mrs. Harrison and all the boarders.
Item 7: North, William, 1828 Jun 19Add to your cart.
Letter from William North in Torrington to Elihu Harrison requesting Harrison's attendance at Uri Taylors public house for a trespass case involving George D. Wadhams vs. Newton Ross.
Folder 5: Business letters, 1828 Jul-DecAdd to your cart.
Business letters to Elihu Harrison. Arranged chronologically.
Item 1: Fuller, H.T., 1828 Jul 24Add to your cart.
Letter from H.T. Fuller in New Haven concerning some legal action with Capt. Phelps and requesting that Harrison take Phelps' deposition.
Item 2: Fuller, H.T., 1828 Aug 26Add to your cart.
Letter from H.T. Fuller in Bridgeport to Elihu Harrison in Litchfield concerning a bill for collecting from Capt. Phelps.
Item 3: Northrop, Abner, 1828 Sep 1Add to your cart.
Letter from Abner Northrop in South Farms to Elihu Harrison in Litchfield requesting that Harrison, when he comes to the Pond, bring a blank to be made out by James Brown who is to feeble to go to Litchfield.
Item 4: Sanford & Harrison, 1828 Sep 20Add to your cart.
Letter from Sanford & Harrison in Litchfield to Messrs. Baldwin & Fort concerning a shipment of bad cheese and an unanswered letter.
Item 5: Kelsoe, Charles W., 1828 Nov 10Add to your cart.
Letter from Charles W. Kelsoe in Carlisle to Elihu Harrison in Litchfield regretting that he cannot pay his bill with Harrison and other merchants in Litchfield but that he shall make amends as soon as possible.
Item 6: Sanford & Harrison, 1828 Oct 24Add to your cart.
A letter from Sanford & Harrison in Litchfield South Farms to Elihu Harrison regarding a $300 note to be put in the Bank. Also other financial arrangements.
Item 7: Lanpher, Franklin, 1828 Nov 24Add to your cart.
Letter from Franklin Lanpher in Torrington regarding an order of oil, butter, and snuff and asking if Harrison wants to order some cotton.
Item 8: Northrop, Abner, 1828 Dec 5Add to your cart.
Letter from Abner Northrop in South Farms to Elihu Harrison concerning trouble with a bank note and asking him to straighten it out.
Folder 6: Business letters, 1829 Jan-JulAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Sanford, G.R., 1829 Jan 21Add to your cart.
Letter from G.R. Sanford in Harwinton to Elihu Harrison regarding some flour bags and a discrepancy in the weight.
Item 2: Pitcher, Edward, 1829 Feb 22Add to your cart.
Letter from Edward Pitcher in Upper Red Hook to Elihu Harrison concerning a late payment of money he owed.
Item 3: Denison, E.H., 1829 Jun 26Add to your cart.
Letter from E.H. Denison in Norfolk to O.S. Seymour, attorney in Litchfield, requesting that he ask Esq. Harrison to attend his auction for assistance and advise.
Item 4: Mansfield, Phineas, 1829 Jul 29Add to your cart.
Letter from Phineas Mansfield in Canaan to Elihu Harrison asking that he record a deed and his father's will.
Item 5: Whittelsey, Charles, 1829 Mar 11Add to your cart.
Letter from Charles Whittelsey in Farmington to Elihu Harrison informing him that Mr. North, of his town, (brother of Mrs Osborne), told him that Mr. O lived in Granby.
Item 6: Russell, W.E., 1829 Apr 1Add to your cart.
Letter from W.E. [Russell]? in Wolcott Ville to Elihu Harrison recommending his brother, the bearer of the letter, as a clerk in Harrison's store.
Folder 7: Business letters, 1829 Aug-DecAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Kellogg, Frederick, 1829 Oct 28Add to your cart.
Letter from Frederick Kellogg in Reading, Penn. to Elihu Harrison in Litchfield regarding some business that Harrison wants attended to. Also Kellogg does not want any more clocks because he received 50 more than he ordered and business is slow.
Item 2: Hunt, James, 1829 Nov 2Add to your cart.
Letter from James Hunt in New Haven to Elihu Harrison regarding a bill and sending a draft on his Bank for the amount paid.
Item 3: Kelsoe, Charles W, 1829 Nov 19Add to your cart.
Letter from Charles W. Kelsoe in Carlisle to Elihu Harrison, merchant in Litchfield, writing that his circumstances still prevent him from forwarding the amount due on his bill, but in the spring, when he becomes 21, he will receive part of an estate and be able to pay the amount.
Item 4: Harrison, Elihu, 1829 Nov 20Add to your cart.
Letter from Elihu Harrison in Litchfield to an unnamed person regarding the recommendation for a clerk. Harrison prefers someone who is acquainted with the people in Litchfield. He has had to stand behind the counter more than usual and tend to other business as well.
Item 5: Chittenden, William E, 1829 Nov 23Add to your cart.
Letter from William E. Chittenden in Auburn to Elihu Harrison in Litchfield concerning a note against John and Abner Baldwin which A. Baldwin is willing to pay if the note is left with someone in Litchfield. He asks Harrison to forward the money when it is paid.
Item 6: Towner Pease & Co., 1829 Nov 24Add to your cart.
Letter from Towner Peas & Co. in New Haven to Elihu Harrison concerning a box of goods left with them bearing Harrison's mark.
Item 7: Catlin, Lewis, 1829 Nov 24Add to your cart.
Letter from Lewis Catlin in Harwinton to Elihu Harrison requesting that he send him the money, $48.00, they had talked about.
Item 8: Bull, Allen C, 1829 Dec 16Add to your cart.
Letter from Allen C. Bull of Milford to Elihu Harrison enclosing a payment of $65 for the schooling of his sister and requests that Harrison pay Mr. Brace.
Sub-Folder 1: Woodruff, Morris, 1829Add to your cart.
Letters from Morris Woodruff to Elihu Harrison.
Item 1: Woodruff, Morris, 1829 Nov 26Add to your cart.
Letter from Morris Woodruff to Elihu Harrison requesting that he forward some enclosed deeds but not tell anyone that they are in existence. Also Woodruff relays a message from Ebenezer Benton that he will pay his debt.
Item 2: Woodruff, Morris, 1829 Nov 27Add to your cart.
Letter from Morris Woodruff in Litchfield to Elihu Harrison in LItchfield concerning a note endorsed by Erastus Benton, land, and a mortgage.
Item 3: Woodruff, Mroris, 1829 Dec 4Add to your cart.
Letter from Morris Woodruff to Elihu Harrison with a note of $26 from Ebenezer Benton payable to Harrison that he says he will pay as soon as he can. Woodruff also encloses a deed from Mr. Benton to Mrs. Statira Sanford.
Folder 8: Business letters, 1830Add to your cart.
Item 1: Stedman Gordon & Co., 1830 Feb 3Add to your cart.
Letter from Stedman Gordon & Co. to Elihu Harrison concerning an order that they have sent of their best clapboard & shingles.
Item 2: Wickwire, Belinda, 1830 Feb 9Add to your cart.
Letter from Belinda Wickwire in Washington to Elihu Harrison about sending him the money that she owes.
Item 3: Hartshorn, Martin, 1830 Mar 30Add to your cart.
Letter from Martin Hartshorn in Watertown to Elihu Harrison in Litchfield enclosing an order for Lemon Bradley to pay what he owes Hartshorn to Harrison for the amount that Hartshorn owes him.
Item 4: Sanford, G.R., 1830 Apr 23Add to your cart.
Letter from G.R. Sanford in Harwinton to Elihu Harrison to inform him that he is sending a samples of sheeting to compare it with Bretts. Also to send him a bill for crockery.
Item 5: Kelso, Charles W, 1830 Dec 7Add to your cart.
Letter from Charles W. Kelso in Lewistown, Penn. to Elihu Harrison informing him that he is about to pay the amount due Harrison, and asks that Harrison pay his bills of Mr. Whiting & Mr. Garrett.
Item 6: Salisbury Iron Co., 1830 Dec 13Add to your cart.
Letter from A.T. Holley for Salisbury Iron Co. in Lime Rock, Salisbury to Elihu Harrison in Litchfield writing that Mr. Carrington has informed them that he sometimes sells iron. They are manufacturing nail rods of American iron that are put up in bunches of 56 pounds. They ask for a reply if Harrison is interested in selling them.
Item 7: Hungerford, R, 1830 Dec 14Add to your cart.
Letter from R. Hungerford in Woodbury to Elihu Harrison to report the breakage of several brass piano strings.
Sub-Folder 1: Chittenden, William E, 1830Add to your cart.
Item 1: Chittenden, William E, 1829 Feb 17Add to your cart.
Letr from William E. Chittenden in Auburn to Elihu Harrison concerning  Mr. Baldwin's note and a quit claim deed.
Item 2: Chittenden, William E, 1830 Jun 8Add to your cart.
Letter from William E. Chittenden of Auburn to E. Harrison in Litchfield concerning the Baldwin note in the Phoenix Bank to the credit of the Bank of Auburn.
Item 3: Chittenden, William E, 1830 Jul 8Add to your cart.
Letter from William E. Chittenden in Auburn to E. Harrison in Litchfield acknowledging receipt of certificates.
Folder 9: Business letters, 1831 Jan-JunAdd to your cart.
Business letters to and from Elihu Harrison. Arranged chronologically.
Sub-Folder 1: Business letters, 1831 Jan-AprAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Chittenden, W.E., 1831 Feb 10Add to your cart.
Letter from W.E. Chittenden in Italy Hill, Yates County, NY to Elihu Harrison with news of his start in business in New York.
Item 2: Kellogg, E, 1831 Feb 14Add to your cart.
Rough draft of a letter from Elihu Harrison in Litchfield to E. Kellogg introducing the bearer of the letter, Mr. John S. Seymour, as being acquainted with the mercantile business.
Item 3: Beecher, Baldwin, 1831 Feb 18Add to your cart.
Letter from Baldwin Beecher in Salem Bridge to Elihu Harrison in Litchfield concerning a lease.
Item 4: Bradley, Leaming H, 1831 Feb 19Add to your cart.
Letter from Leaming H. Bradley in Waterbury to Elihu Harrison regretting that he is not able to pay Harrison but he will send a clock as security
Item 5: Holt, N.P., 1831 Mar 14Add to your cart.
Letter from N.P. Holt in Derby to Elihu Harrison regarding an organ he is building for the Episcopal Church in Derby and invites Harrison to come play the organ when it is finished.
Item 6: Perry, N, 1831 Mar 26Add to your cart.
Letter from N. Perry in New Milford to Elihu Harrison requesting a certificate be sent to him that Eli Towne was admitted a freeman in Litchfield.
Item 7: Sanford, D.C., 1831 Apr 8Add to your cart.
D.C. Sanford in Norwalk writes to Elihu Harrison concerning the results of the Litchfield election and the Republicans in Litchfield.
Item 8: Sherman, Isaac, 1831 Apr 30Add to your cart.
Letter from Isaac Sherman and I. Sherman, Jr. to Elihu Harrison quoting the prices of apple, pear and cherry trees whcih they have for sale.
Sub-Folder 2: Business letters, 1831 May-JunAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Woodward, F. B., 1831 MayAdd to your cart.
Letter from F.B. Woodward in Woodbury to Elihu Harrison in Litchfield asking him to accompany them on the stage.
Item 2: Fithian, Enos E, 1831 May 23Add to your cart.
Letter from Enos E. Fithian in Waterbury to Elihu Harrison regarding an order of buttons via his employer who also has Ely Terry clocks to sell.
Item 3: Lewis, A.L., 1831 May 28Add to your cart.
A.L. Lewis in Bethlem letter to Elihu Harrison asking if Harrison can furnish them with 4000 feet of pine boards for a church.
Item 4: Huntington, H. & F.I., 1831 Jun 23Add to your cart.
Letter from H. & F.I. Huntington in Hartford concerning the delivery of the paper to his store with a list of peope in Bradleyville (Daniel Keeler, Stephen Russell, Enos Stodard, Putnam Kilbourne, Alvah Stone, Sherman Landon); and Gad Guild in Milton to deliver the papers to.
Item 5: Childs, S.R., 1831 Jun 30Add to your cart.
Letter from S.R. Childs in New York to Elihu Harrison acknowledging Harrison's letter and reporting that he cannot take [P.A.] Gillett as a student; knows where he can get a job in a drug store with privilege of attending hospitals and lectures; will emply Gillett in his office after 4 months; estimates his college expenses; describes some temperence lectures.
Folder 10: Business letters, 1831 Jul-OctAdd to your cart.
Business letters to Elihu Harrison. Arranged chronologically.
Item 1: Kinney, Alvah, 1831 Jul 4Add to your cart.
Letter from Alvah Kinney in New Haven to Elihu Harrison in Litchfield concerning a debt owned by Mr. Weed.
Item 2: Davis, Anthony G, 1831 Sep 2Add to your cart.
Letter from Anthony G. Davis in Sharon that he is sending a small sum of money and will sent the rest soon.
Item 3: Bird, L.B., 1831 Sep 12Add to your cart.
Letter from L.B. Bird & Harmon Bird in Bethlem to Elihu Harrison in Litchfield concerning an overdue account at Harrison's store,
Item 4: Phelps, Elisha, 1831 Sep 15Add to your cart.
Letter from Elisha Phelps in Hartford to Joseph Brash in Greenwich, Conn. concerning the Greenwich School Society. A portion of the first page is missing.
Item 5: Wooster, Lyman, 1831 Oct 4Add to your cart.
A letter from Lyman Wooster in Litchfield to Elihu Harrison in Litchfield concerning his account for lumber.
Item 6: Porter, William, 1831 Oct 10Add to your cart.
Letter from William Porter in Litchfield to Elihu Harrison in care of Kellogg & Baldwin in New York requesting that he buy certain items. Also news of Harrison's family and a storm in Litchfield.
Folder 11: Business letters, 1831 Nov-DecAdd to your cart.
Business letters to Elihu Harrison. Arranged chronologically.
Item 1: Orton, Heman, 1831 Nov 5Add to your cart.
Letter from Heman Orton in Bristol to Esq. Harrison asking whether he has received any money from Mr. Winship and if so, to be sent to him by Elijah Peck.
Item 2: Gillett, P.A., 1831 Nov 11Add to your cart.
Letter from P.A. Gillett in Fairfield, New York to Elihu Harrison regarding his need for money; that he does not expect to get his diploma in the coming spring; would like to come back to Litchfield to tend Dr. Abbe's shop for the summer.
Item 3: Beach, Miles G, 1831 Nov 14Add to your cart.
Letter from Miles G. Beach in Torrington to Elihu Harrison in which he enclosed partial payment for his account the rest to be paid soon.
Item 4: Scovill, John, Jr., 1831 Nov 16Add to your cart.
Letter from John Scovill, Jr. in Harwinton to Elihu Harrison asking that he be sent 5 more yards of the fabric he had purchased in order to make 2 dresses.
Item 5: Bull, E.W., 1831 Nov 17Add to your cart.
Letter from E[paphras] W. Bull to Elihu Harrison sending some [law] lectures and hoping to get $50 for them, but will settle for $25.
Item 6: Orton, Heman, 1831 Nov 30Add to your cart.
Letter from Heman Orton in Bristol to Elihu Harrison asking whether he had secured the debt from Mr. Winship, and if not, he requests that Harrison send the Sheriff to collect it.
Item 7: Bull, E.W., 1831 Dec 6Add to your cart.
Letter from E[paphras] W. Bull in New Milford to Elihu Harrison writing that he will sell three law lectures for $25.00
Item 8: Lee, M.A., 1831 Dec 7Add to your cart.
Letter from M.A. Lee in New York to Elihu Harrison concerning a consignment of clocks being sent to Lee & Grove in Memphis, Tennessee to the care of Messrs. Cooper Caruthers & Co. in New Orleans.
Item 9: Judson, Charles A, 1831 Dec 10Add to your cart.
Letter from Charles A. Judson in Washington to Elihu Harrison in Litchfield answering his inquiry concerning the purchase of corn.
Item 10: Whittelsey, Henry, 1831 Dec 30Add to your cart.
Letter from Henry Whittelsey in Norwalk to Elihu Harrison in Litchfield concerning a note against his brother Frederic which is actually against himself [Henry]. He request an extension in paying off the note.
Folder 12: Business letters: Frederick Kellogg, 1831Add to your cart.
Letters from Frederick Kellogg of Reading, Penn. to Elihu Harrison in Litchfield concerned primarily with Kellogg purchasing clocks from Harrison. Some of the clocks were made by Terry and some by Hopkins. He favors the Hopkins clocks. Also details of payments made between Banks in Pennsylvania and Litchfield.
Folder 13: Business letters, 1832Add to your cart.
Business letters to Elihu Harrison. Arranged chronologically.
Item 1: Bush, Chauncey, 1832 Jan 18Add to your cart.
Letter from Chauncey Bush in New York to Elihu Harrison regarding an error in a shipment of clocks he has received from Harrison, including two obtained from David Winship.
Item 2: Bull, E, 1832 Feb 4Add to your cart.
Letter from E[paphras] W. Bull in New Milford inquiring about the lectures he asked Harrison to sell.
Item 3: Towner, Noble, 1832 Mar 1Add to your cart.
Letter from Noble Towner in New Haven inquiring about Wyllis Downes, who may be in Litchfield. Towner requests information about Downes in order to collect money owed to his mother-in-law.
Item 4: Parker, Joseph, 1832 Mar 17Add to your cart.
Letter from Joseph Parker in New Haven to Elihu Harrison concerning the unsuccessful auction.
Item 5: Russell, J.D., 1832 Apr 17Add to your cart.
Letter from J.D. Russell to E. Harrison concerning an overdue bill.
Item 6: Tyler, Aluin, 1832 Apr 23Add to your cart.
Letter from Aluin Tyler in Bethlem to Elihu Harrison in which he enclosed $30.00 and orders 2 or 3 pieces of silk.
Item 7: Porter, Wiliam, 1832 May 16Add to your cart.
Letter from William Porter in Litchfield to Elihu Harrison in New Haven requesting that Harrison make some purchases, including molasses, sugar, salt, and port wine, and mentions where the purchases may be made.
Item 8: Bills, Orrin, 1832 Jul 4Add to your cart.
Letter from Orrin BIlls in Sheffield to Elihu Harrison telling Harrison that he is selling his store, or will go into a partnership.
Item 9: Scovill, Sarah, 1832 Oct 15Add to your cart.
Letter from Sarah Scovill to Elihu Harrison regarding property and a note of Jesse Goodwin.
Item 10: Grew, Henry, 1832 Dec 11Add to your cart.
Letter from Henry Grew in Hartford to Elihu Harrison asking Harrison how many copies of B. Yales' Address on Peace.
Folder 14: Business letters, 1833 Jan-JunAdd to your cart.
Business letters to Elihu Harrison. Arranged chronologically.
Item 1: Snelling, John, Jr., 1833 Feb 11Add to your cart.
Letter from John Snelling, Jr. in New York to Elihu Harrison informing him that he sells an assortment of goods for the house of Arnold & Rose.
Item 2: Tomlinson, David G., 1833 Feb 8Add to your cart.
Letter from Rev. David G. Tomlinson in Bradleyville to Elihu Harrison concerning subscriptions to the Episcopal Record.
Item 3: Childs, S.R., 1833 Feb 15Add to your cart.
Letter from Dr. S.R. Childs in New York to Elihu Harrison suggesting that Harrison start a business in New York; announcing his engagement; and thanking Harrison for all he has done for him.
Item 4: White, George, 1833 MarAdd to your cart.
Letter from George Whiteof New York to Elihu Harrison announcing that the copartnership of Otis Loomis & Co. is dissolved  and that he has taken business in the house of Ralph Olmsted & Co. and hopes that Harrison will continue his business with them.
Item 5: Blynn, Henry, 1833 Mar 7Add to your cart.
Letter from Henry Blynn of Newark, New Jersey to Elihu Harrison requesting that Harrison bring his son Michael to New York. He is in jail and hopes his Litchfield creditors will wait until he can start business. Also wants his insolvency papers.
Item 6: Woodward, F. B., 1833 Apr 18Add to your cart.
Letter from F.B. Woodward in Woodbury to Elihu Harrison requesting a subscription to the Philadelphia Recorder for one year.
Item 7: Orton, Heman H, 1833 May 13Add to your cart.
Letter from Heman H. Orton in Farmington to Elihu Harrison asking him to request payment from Mr. Smith.
Item 8: Church, S, 1833 Jun 20Add to your cart.
Letter from S. Church in Litchfield to Elihu Harrison asking for his advice on the purchase of the Sanford place, Dec. Benedicts or J.C. Wadsworths.
Folder 15: Business letters, 1833 Jul-SepAdd to your cart.
Business letters to Elihu Harrison. Arranged chronologically,
Item 1: Hall, Alexander, 1833 Jul 2Add to your cart.
Letter from Alexander Hall in Newtown to Elihu Harrison reporting that he does not have the money owed but will soon bring it to Litchfield.
Item 2: Munger, Julius, 1833 Jul 2Add to your cart.
Letter from Julius Munger in Dover, New York to Elihu Harrison requesting news of his family since he left Litchfield because of debts.
Item 3: Wadsworth, Isaac S, 1833 Jul 20Add to your cart.
Letter from Isaac S. Wadsworth in Bethlem to Elihu Harrison asking if Harrison has a fine bombazine vest for the Rev. Scott.
Item 4: Orton, Heman H, 1833 Jul 24Add to your cart.
Letter from Heman H. Orton in Farmington to elihu Harrison inquiring about the prospects of him getting money that is due and whether he will have to sue to get it.
Item 5: Dewey, John, 1833 Sep 2Add to your cart.
Letter from John Dewey in New Haven to Elihu Harrison concerning a disagreement over timbers for a barn frame that involves Sylvester Galpin, James Winship, G. Dewey and Mr. Wheeler.
Item 6: Benton, David, 1833 Aug. 30Add to your cart.
Letter from David Benton to Elihu Harrison informing him that he will settle his father's account next week.
Item 7: Woodruff, Lewis B, 1833 Sep 5Add to your cart.
Letter from Lewis B. Woodruff in New York to Elihu Harrison informing Harrison about what he had done concerning the collection of Dr. Candee's debts. He is out on bail after arrest following  Woodruff's issuing a writ to the Sheriff.
Item 8: Parsons, Samuel H, 1833 Sep 18Add to your cart.
Letter from Sanuel H. Parsons to Elihu Harrison in which he sent a check to pay the pensions of Archelaus Bissell and Samuel Woodcock.
Item 9: Huntington, N. Thomas, 1833 Sep 21Add to your cart.
Letter from N. Thomas Huntington in Canaan to Elihu Harrison stating that Mr. Kellogg is desirous of joining the Litchfield County Music Society and would like an extra copy of the books.
Folder 16: Business letters, 1833 Oct-DecAdd to your cart.
Business letters to Elihu Harrison. Arranged chronologically.
Item 1: Chittenden, Frederick, 1833 Oct 9Add to your cart.
Letter from Frederick Chittenden in Kent to Elihu Harrison informing him that he will pay his debt.
Item 2: Boardman, David [et al], 1833 Oct 10Add to your cart.
Notice from the New Milford Turnpike commissioners, David S. Boardman, Royal R. Hinman, and Walter Booth announcing a meeting.
Item 3: Porter, Sereno E, 1833 Oct 16Add to your cart.
Letter from Sereno E Porter in Litchfield to Elihu Harrison with personal news of his family and enclosing $50.
Item 4: Stanley, George, 1833 Nov 2Add to your cart.
Letter from George Stanley in Goshen to Elihu Harrison in which he enclosed $50.00 to be endorsed on his Note.
Item 5: Brainard, Hezekiah, 1833 Nov 9Add to your cart.
Letter from Hezekiah Brainard in Hartford to Elihu Harrison regarding a box of saws in their store house.
Item 6: Kingsland, Richard & Co., 1833 Nov 2Add to your cart.
Letter from Richard Kingsland & Co. in New York to Elihu Harrison informing him that the goods he purchased were sent by New Haven Boat the morning after they were purchased.
Item 7: Phelps, S.S., 1833 Nov 25Add to your cart.
Letter from S.S. Phelps in Middlebury to Elihu Harrison concerning the demands against his father's estate by Dr. Catlin.
Item 8: Webster, Hosea, 1833 Dec 4Add to your cart.
Letter from Hosea Webster in New York to Elihu Harrison describing 2 kinds of pulpit lamps, including price, specifications and a pencil sketch.
Item 9: Phelps, S.S., 1833 Dec 23Add to your cart.
Letter from S.S. Phelps in Middlebury to Elihu Harrison regarding the claim vs. him.
Item 10: Scovill, Albert, 1833 Dec 30Add to your cart.
Letter from Albert Scovill to Elihu Harrison concerning a certificate.
Folder 17: Business letters, 1834 Jan-JunAdd to your cart.
Business letters to Elihu Harrison. Arranged chronologically.
Item 1: Miller, Joseph, 1834 Feb 10Add to your cart.
Letter from Joseph Miller in Winchester to Elihu Harrison regarding a court case of James Green vs. Ethel North and informing him that William Holabird in under the care of a physician.
Item 2: Phelps, Samuel S, 1834 Feb 24Add to your cart.
Letter from Samuel S. Phelps in Middlebury to Elihu Harrison concerning the claims against his father's estate.
Item 3: Childs, S.R., 1834 Mar 2Add to your cart.
Letter from S.R. Childs in New York to Elihu Harrison in which he discusses a law cas involving a mutual friend; tells of many business failures in the city; offers opinions on the banking problem and the hazards of republics.
Item 4: Booth, Elmer, 1834 Apr 8Add to your cart.
Letter from Elmer Booth in Newtown to Elihu Harrison enclosing $48 for the balance of house rent.
Item 5: Phelps, C.B., 1833 Apr 16Add to your cart.
Letter from Charles B. Phelps to Elihu Harrison concerning a legal matter.
Item 6: Harrison, William H, 1834 Jun 23Add to your cart.
Letter from William H. Harrison in New Haven to his brother Elihu concerning the prices of butter and cheese and other groceries.
Item 7: Marks, Hezekiah, 1834 Jun 27Add to your cart.
Letter from Hezekiah M. Marks in Huntington, Farifield County, Conn. to Elihu Harrison concerning a mortage on the property of Rev. Isaac Jones.
Folder 18: Business letters, 1834 Jul-DecAdd to your cart.
Business letters to Elihu Harrison. Arranged chronologically.
Item 1: Huntington, Roger, 1834 Jul 14Add to your cart.
Letter from Roger Huntington, Comptroller of Public Accounts, in Hartford to Elihu Harrison concerning the issuing of a receipt for accounts with the comptroller's office.
Item 2: Bills, Orrin, 1834 Aug 8Add to your cart.
Letter from Orrin Bills in Sheffield, Mass. to Elihu Harrison asking for a recommendation of a singing teacher and that he has heard of Mr. Camp in Northfield. Harrison wrote a copy of his reply on the back of the letter and responded that Mr. Camp is the son of Rev. Mr. Camp of Northfield and is eminently qualified.
Item 3: Harrison, James, 1834 Sep 10Add to your cart.
Letter from James Harrison in South Farms to Elihu Harrison in Litchfield concerning an order for Mr. Wetmore for a clock case.
Item 4: Carrington, Jonathan, 1834 Oct 22Add to your cart.
Letter from Elihu Harrison in New York to Jonathan Carrington in New Haven concerning merchandise that he is sending to New Haven and requesting that Carrington take the goods at the Steam Boat office or to call at Lockwood & Perham. Harrison's plans to go to New Haven if it does not storm.
Item 5: Woodward, H.B., 1834 Nov 12Add to your cart.
Letter from H.B. Woodward in Litchfield to Elihu Harrison concerning an account he has against Harry Buckley for calfskins and requesting that Harrison collect on it.
Folder 19: Business letters, 1835 Jan-JunAdd to your cart.
Business letters to Elihu Harrison. Arranged chronologically.
Item 1: Mather, William, 1835 Jan 9Add to your cart.
Letter from William Mather in Hartford to Elihu Harrison with an execution to collect a debt.
Item 2: Dewey, John, 1835 Jan 11Add to your cart.
Letter from John Dewey in New Haven to Elihu Harrison asking that Harrison sell some of his land and rent his house in Litchfield.
Item 3: Jones, Isaac, 1835 Jan 28Add to your cart.
Letter from Isaac Jones in Huntington, Conn. to Elihu Harrison asking that he explain statements he made concerning incumbrances of Jones' property in Litchfield and to obtain a statement of the mortgage from Seth Beers.
Item 4: Wolcott, Frederick, 1835 Jan 28Add to your cart.
Letter from Frederick Wolcott in New York to Elihu Harrison concerning the receipt of $100; other business and personal news.
Item 5: Wolcott, James S, 1835 Mar 23Add to your cart.
Letter from James S. Wolcott in New York to Elihu Harrison in Litchfield in which he enclosed the deed for a farm.
Item 6: Hurd, Philo, 1835 Apr 24Add to your cart.
Letter from Philo Hurd and Algernon Jones in Bridgeport to Elihu Harrison, Town Clerk, Litchfield,  concerning a mortgage by Rev. Isaac Jones including a note at the Bank, a loan, and security.
Item 7: Woodruff, George C, 1835 May 25Add to your cart.
Letter from George C. Woodruff in Litchfield to Elihu Harrison, House of Representatives in Hartford, concerning a money matter in the Legislature.
Item 8: Miner, Phineas, 1835 Jun 3Add to your cart.
Letter from Phineas Miner to Elihu Harrison in Hartford concerning a Legislative matter.
Item 9: Smith, T, 1835 Jun 3Add to your cart.
Letter from T[ruman] Smith in Litchfield to Elihu Harrison asking that Harrison bring the original or copy of a remonstrance against the removal of the Sheriff.
Item 10: Gibbs, L.W., 1835 Jun 10Add to your cart.
Letter from L. W[olcott] Gibbs and J.S. Wolcott to Elihu Harrison concerning financial business. L.W. Gibbs has given her brother an order of the Phoenix Branch Bank for $1000 and requests that Harrison see that the negotiation is arranged. J.S. Wolcott writes briefly about a loan, fencing in his meadow, etc.
Folder 20: Business letters, 1835 Jul-DecAdd to your cart.
Business letters to Elihu Harrison. Arranged chronologically.
Item 1: Orton, H.H., 1835 Jul 20Add to your cart.
Letter from H.H. Orton in Torrington concerning the execution of a deed.
Item 2: Stanley, William, 1835 Jul 24Add to your cart.
Letter from William Stanley in Philadelphia to Elihu Harrison of Litchfield concerning subscriptions to the Episcopal Recorder.
Item 3: Hunt, William, 1835 Jul 26Add to your cart.
Letter from William Hunt in Canaan, Conn. to Elihu Harrison stating that he can furnish Harrison with barn floor planks and with timber for water wheels and shafts.
Item 4: Camp, B.G., 1835 Oct 22Add to your cart.
Letter from B.G. Camp in Plymouth to Elihu Harrison requesting the Harrison send all remaining copies of the Boston Academy music book, since the edition was burned at the late firm in Boston with some of the plates and he is depending on that book for music for tan ordination.
Item 5: Hunt, William, 1835 Nov 9Add to your cart.
Letter from Wiliam Hunt in Canaan to Elihu Harrison ordering some brown cotton shirting and informing him that he will send a load of boards in a few days and will settle his account.
Item 6: Taylor, Charles H, 1835 Nov 11Add to your cart.
Letter from Charles H. Taylor in Woodbury to Elihu Harrison in Litchfield asking about fixtures in a shop, what part of the building the shop is in, how many rooms, and the cost of a lease.
Item 7: Wolcott, J.S., 1835 Nov 11Add to your cart.
Letter from J.S. Wolcott in New York to Elihu Harrison asking about the health of Mrs. Beach and Harrison's family.
Item 8: Dayton, William, 1835 Nov 19Add to your cart.
Letter from William Dayton in Winchester to Elihu Harrison regarding a claim he has against Dayton, who writes that he cannot come to Litchfield because his sister in Waterbury is at the "point of death". He hopes that he can pay the debt soon.
Item 9: Parker, S.B., 1835 Dec 4Add to your cart.
Letter from S.B. Parker in Brookfield to Elihu Harrison concerning a letter he received from P. Miner, Esq. informing him of a note due to E.N. Pickett. He enclosed $14.00 to pay the note. He also orders some merchandise from Harrison.
Folder 21: Business letters, 1836Add to your cart.
Business letters to Elihu Harrison. Arranged chronologically.
Item 1: Livingston, P.F & Co., 1836 Jan 6Add to your cart.
Letter from P.F. Livingston & Co. in New York to Elihu Harrison informing him that the copartnership under the firm of D.A. Cushman & Co. was dissolved. P. Francis Livingston and his brother William A. Livingston have formed a copartnership in the wholesale dry goods business. Their new stock consists of English, French & American dry goods and they solicit Harrison's business.
Folder 22: Business letters: A-L, undatedAdd to your cart.
Business letters to Elihu Harrison. Arranged alphabetically by surname.
Item 1: Allyn, Emenett, undatedAdd to your cart.
Commentary by Elihu Harrison concerning a dispute over delivery of some lard and the fact that is was not good and attempts at cleaning it.
Item 2: Camp, [G] M., undatedAdd to your cart.
Letter from [G] M. Camp to Elihu Harrison requesting that when he goes to New York, he talk with F. & H. [Firth & Hall?] about some business subject.
Item 3: Catlin, Lewis, Jr., undatedAdd to your cart.
Letter from Lewis Catlin, Jr. to Elihu Harrison promising to deliver some brick from his kiln.
Item 4: Clarke, M, undatedAdd to your cart.
Letter from M. Clarke to Elihu Harrison in Litchfield, sending a bill for goods with information about the goods which include fancy handkerchiefs and black gloves.
Item 5: Dubois, Cornelius, Jr., undatedAdd to your cart.
Letter from Cornelius Dubois, Jr.to Elihu Harrison in Litchfield regarding the partial payment for 4 books and promises to pay the balance in a week or 10 days.
Item 6: Hotchkiss, H, undatedAdd to your cart.
Letter from H. Hotchkiss to Elihu Harrison, merchant, in Litchfield regarding the payment on a note of [L?] Van Hoosen, who Hotckiss had expected would have paid via an arrangement with the Pierponts. James Pierpont owed the balance on a wagon in the possession of Sherman Pierpont, but had not paid Mr. Bunnel.
Item 8: Hotchkiss, Johnson, undatedAdd to your cart.
Letter from Johnson Hotchkiss to Mr. Andrew regarding partial payment to E. Harrison.
Item 9: Huntington, H. & F., undatedAdd to your cart.
Letter from H. & F. Huntington who are sending a prospectus of Mr. Wheaton's Journal, and request that Harrison promote its sale & get subscribers.
Item 10: Kelsoe, Charles W, undatedAdd to your cart.
Letter from Charles W. Kelsoe to Elihu Harrison is which he states that he is unable to pay his bill and that he owes other debts to men who would maltreat him. He prevails on Harrison's gentleman's and considerate character traits to defer the payment as he has only $21 to carry him into theinterior of Pennsylvania.
Folder 23: Business letters: M-Z, undatedAdd to your cart.
Business letters to Elihu Harrison. Arranged alphabetically by surname.
Item 1: Osborn, Isaac, undatedAdd to your cart.
March 3rd letter from Isaac Osborn in Watertown to Elihu Harrison at Litchfield concerning a debt of Mr. Peck; a promise of Mr. Foot to deliver some brandy; and an execution against Capt. Mansfield.
Item 2: Osborn, Isaac, undatedAdd to your cart.
Letter from Isaac Osborn to Elihu Harrison in South Farms asking that he send with his boy some items including a loom, soap tub, old wagon, chair, iron dish kettle & cider barrels. He thinks that Mr. Camp may have taken the cider barrels.
Item 3: Palmer, F. H., undatedAdd to your cart.
Letter from F.H. Palmer in Oakville, Otsego County, NY to Elihu Harrison requesting that Harrison collect on a note he had left with him in Litchfield and sent him the money as he is on his way west but has found a job tending bar for the winter.
Item 4: Sanford, David C, undatedAdd to your cart.
A letter of Sept. 28 from David C. Sanford in Litchfield to Elihu Harrison regarding court cases of A. Northrup; Phineas Spalding vs. H.W. Gibbs.
Item 5: Smith, Dennis, undatedAdd to your cart.
Letter of Nov. 1 from Dennis Smith in Watertown to Elihu Harrison regarding some damaged press paper that he received.
Item 6: Sperry, W, undatedAdd to your cart.
Letter from W. Sperry to Elihu Harrison regarding a court case seen before Judge Boardman concerning Joel Bostwick. Attorneys' names include Esq. Woodruff and Asa Bacon.
Item 7: Stevens, Orange M, undatedAdd to your cart.
Letter from Orange M. Stevens to Elihu Harrison in Litchfield regarding some imperfect buttons.
Item 8: Swift, M. A., undatedAdd to your cart.
Letter from M. A. Swift who is seeking to rent the house of Mr. Wadsworth and requests information about the terms and condition of the house.
Sub-Series 7: Miscellaneous, 1819-1848Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Harrison & Parmelee partnership, 1825-1826Add to your cart.
Documents concerning the partnership of Elihu Harrison and Albert O. Parmelee in a dry goods store.
Item 1: Partnership agreement, 1825 Sep 4Add to your cart.
Articles of Association and co-partnership agreement between Elihu Harrison and Albert O. Parmelee. The partnership to be known by the name of Harrison & Parmelee for the purpose of conducting a mercantile business in Litchfield. Articles of the agreement include responsibilities of the partners and financial arrangements.
Item 2: Inventory of goods on hand, 1826 Mar 18Add to your cart.
A 6-page Inventory of goods on hand in the store of Harrison & Parmelee , with a total value of $1508.00 Items include fabrics, portable furnaces, groceries, liquors, looking glasses, hardware, candlesticks, combs, sewing notions, dishes and crockery.
Item 3: Albert O. Parmelee receipt, 1826 Sep 19Add to your cart.
Receipt for $400 paid by Elihu Harrison to Albert O. Parmelee for all claims from the firm of Harrison & Parmelee, which was dissolved & dicontinued on 15 Sep 1826.
Item 4: Asahel Morse summons, 1826 Aug 3Add to your cart.
Summons from David C. Sanford, Justice of Peace, to the Sheriff of Litchfield to summons Asahel Morse to answer to Elihu Harrison & Albert O. Parmelee for payment of $5.00 which is owed by Sanford to Harrison & Parmelee.
Folder 2: Liquor licenses, 1819-1829Add to your cart.
Licenses issued to Elihu Harrison from the Town of Litchfield to sell wines and distilled spiritous liquors in his store in Litchfield for the years 1819, 1820, 1822, 1823, 1824, 1826 [Harrison & Parmelee], 1827, and 1829.
Item 1: Letter book, 1842-1848Add to your cart.

Copies of letters Elihu Harrison wrote from New York.

Currently housed in 3B Box 37.

Series 2: Personal and family papersAdd to your cart.
Sub-Series 1: Personal  lettersAdd to your cart.
Personal letters to Elihu Harrison, arranged chronologically. Some letters also contain topics relating to his business.
Folder 1: Personal letters, 1819-1824Add to your cart.
Personal letters to Elihu Harrison arranged chronologically.
Item 1: Basavilbaso, Patrick, 1819 Jun 14Add to your cart.
Letter from Patrick Basavilbaso in Cheshire, Conn. to Elihu Harrison in Litchfield South Farms informing Harrison that he has arrived in Cheshire to attend Episcopal Academy run by Mr. Brownson, minister; has written Mr. Woodruff twice from New Haven but had no reply; expects to visit South Farms; asks for explanation of account given by Woodruff to Mr. B. DeForest; would like to buy some shoes made by Mr. Munson of Litchfield, but will not send money by mail.
Item 2: Lynch, M, 1819 Oct 5Add to your cart.
Letter from M. Lynch in New Haven to Elihu Harrison writing that he is about to go home to Buenos Ayres; will entertain friends recommended by Harrison; letters should be sent to him addressed care of Lynch, Zimmerman & Co.; is glad there are men in the U.S. who are able to support its rights; plans to leave the country about 20 October and may be reached before then care of D.L. DeForest, New Haven.
Item 3: Lynch, M, 1819 Oct 9Add to your cart.
Partial letter from Elihu Harrison in Litchfield to M. Lynch writing that he has received Lynch's letter via Mr. Basavilbaso and has mixed sensations or regret & pleasure that Lynch is departing; it is unlikely that he will ever need services of [Lynch, Zimmerman & Co.] mercantile house in Buenos Aires; hopes Lynch's country will have a republican government, but he will always have a home in U.S.
Item 4: Stoddard, B., Jr., 1822 May 13Add to your cart.
Letter from B.Stoddard, Jr. in New York to Elihu Harrison in South Farms asking Harrison to forward the letter to his father immediately or he fears that Bradley will not get home before he leaves on a passage south. Also Capt. Kellogg requestd a line from Harrison regarding Bradley Bishop's character and habits.
Item 5: Baldwin, Theophilus, Jr., 1823 Feb 18Add to your cart.
Letter from Theophilus Baldwin, Jr. in Watertown to Elihu Harrison, Esq. in Litchfield concerning a claim by Messrs. Steele and Pierpont vs the estate of Mr. Gridley.
Item 6: Ford, Hobart, 1823 April 23Add to your cart.
Letter from Hobart Ford of Salem Bridge to Elihu Harrison in Litchfield South Farms concerning a leather trunk he is sending to Harrison to hold for him until he calls for it in about 15 days.
Item 7: Pierpont, William, 1824 Dec 4Add to your cart.
Letter from William Pierpont in Salem, Ashtabula County, Ohio to Elihu Harrison in South Farms reporting that he, his wife and two of his children have been ill; wants Harrison and Sherman Pierpont to sue some of his creditors; hopes to be in South Farms the coming spring; has recently heard that his brother James was killed in a duel, shot through the heart, in New Orleans on 14 October.
Folder 2: Personal letters, 1825Add to your cart.
Personal letters to Elihu Harrison arranged chronologically.
Item 1: Wheeler, Newton, 1825 Feb 12Add to your cart.
Letter from Newton Wheeler in New Haven to Elihu Harrison regarding a counterfeit five dollar bill left with Harrison by Mr. Towner who had obtained it from Wheeler. Description concerning the transaction.
Item 2: Taylor, Seymour, 1825 Aug 8Add to your cart.
Letter from Seymour Taylor in Fairfield to Elihu Harrison enclosing a $10 note on a Bridgeport bank to exchange for one that is claimed to be counterfeit.
Item 3: Harrison, William H, 1825 Dec 1Add to your cart.
Letter from William H. Harrison in Litchfield to Elihu Harrison, Esq. in Litchfield writing that he is sending extra butter to Durrie & Peck; asks Elihu to send him $5 if convenient; he owes a tax to Mr. Buel and has directed him to come to Elihu's store to collect it.
Folder 3: Personal letters, 1826Add to your cart.
Personal letters to Elihu Harrison arranged chronologically.
Item 1: Harrison & Parmelee, 1826 Apr 16Add to your cart.
Letter from Elihu Harrison at 50 Pine St., New York to Harrison and Parmelee in Litchfield [Albert Parmelee] with news of prices and quality of dry goods and groceries; writing that all the private boarding houses were full and that he is cooped up in a narrow dirty street. He had been to see Miss Swift's father. Some report on the cheese business.
Item 2: Parmelee, D. L., 1826 Apr 26Add to your cart.
Letter from D.L. Parmelee in East Goshen to his brother A[lbert] Parmelee in Litchfield with family and personal news; mention of the peddling business.
Item 3: Granger, 1826 June 21Add to your cart.
Letter from [  ] Granger in New York to Elihu Harrison informing him that he/she is glad to hear from Harrison's letter that Margaret is doing well and has the fullest confidence in his management.
Item 4: Woodruff, Morris, 1826 Oct 20Add to your cart.
Letter from Morris Woodruff in Litchfield to Elihu Harrison in Litchfield asking him to obtain a bill from Mr. Hurlbut for giving 13 lessons to his daughter Lucy and he will call to make a settlement.
Item 5: Bunce, J, 1826 Nov 6Add to your cart.
Letter from J. Bunce in New Haven to Messrs. Harrison and Parmelee advising them how to proceed in a law suit.
Item 6: Parmelee, Albert O, 1826 Dec 4Add to your cart.
Letter from A.O. Parmelee in Augusta, Georgia to Elihu Harrison in Litchfield describing his journey from New York; running a store in Augusta, mostly wholesale business; hopes that Harrison has no difficulty with the books that Parmelee kept for their business in Litchfield;asks Harrison to write down the notes for some music and send it.
Item 7: Beecher, Calvin, 1826 Dec 10Add to your cart.
Letter from Calvin Beecher in Salem Bridge, Conn. to Elihu Harrison in Litchfield recommending a young man for the position of clerk in Harrison's store.
Folder 4: Personal letters, 1827-1828Add to your cart.
Personal letters to Elihu Harrison arranged chronologically.
Item 1: Woodruff, Morris, 1827 Feb 21Add to your cart.

Letter from Morris Woodruff in Greensborough, Georgia to Elihu Harrison, Esq. in Litchfield, consisting of three pages, with discussion of [Orange] Merwin's qualifications for Congress; opposition to districting legislation in Conn. House of Representatives; hopes to be home early in April; most of his time taken up in settling his brother's estate; report of Governor [George Michael] ordering the Georgia militia to be ready to repel "invasion" after President Adams' message to Congress about surveying Indian lands; [etc.]

includes a typescript.

Item 2: Smith, Chandler M, 1827 May 29Add to your cart.
Letter from Chandler M. Smith in Watertown, Conn. to Elihu Harrison in Litchfield asking if Harrison can com and play at a concert 7 June.
Item 3: Jewett, F.W., 1828 Sep 28Add to your cart.
Letter from F.W. Jewett in Simsbury, Conn. to Elihu Harrison, Esq. in Litchfield answering Harrison's inquiry about instructing a band at Litchfield; stating his terms are the same as those he gets for instructing the band of the Governor's Guards at Glastonbury.
Folder 5: Personal letters, 1829Add to your cart.
Personal letters to Elihu Harrison arranged chronologically.
Item 1: Kimberly, David, 1829 Mar 19Add to your cart.
Letter from David Kimberly in New Haven to Elihu Harrison in Litchfield writing that he is sending a piano without boxing.
Item 2: Warren, Charles Alanson, 1829 Nov 24Add to your cart.
Letter from Charles Alanson Warren in West Troy, NY to Elihu Harrison, Esq. in Litchfield inquiring whether any money has been advances for the establishment of a Democratic press in Litchfield; asks to have his mail forwarded to the post offices there; expects to be in Litchfield in three weeks.
Item 3: Kern, M.F., 1829 Dec 16Add to your cart.
Letter from M.F. Kern in New Haven to Elihu Harrison in Litchfield regarding some bills paid by Miss Pierce for accounts of Misses Nestell, Brewster and Simpson [Litchfield Female Academy students?]; personal news includes Lucy Woodruff, Christmas, playing the organ, and Mr. Sanford.
Folder 6: Personal letters, 1830-1831Add to your cart.
Personal letters to Elihu Harrison. Arranged chronologically.
Item 1: Childs, Heman W, 1830 Jan 22Add to your cart.
Letter from Heman W. Childs in Litchfield to Elihu Harrison writing that Zebah Matthews has trimmed him  a fine hearthstone and requires payment before it is delivered.
Item 2: Childs, S.R., 1830 Mar 6Add to your cart.
Letter from S.R. Childs in New York to Elihu Harrison in Litchfield informing Harrison that he intends to sell his house; containing personal news; impressions of city life; some medical advice; messages for Harrison's family; comments on marriage.
Item 3: Kellogg, Edward, 1831 Apr 6Add to your cart.
Letter from Edward Kellogg in New York to Elihu Harrison, Esq. in Litchfield writing that he has decided to have his daughters come home for the rest of the month and hopes that Harrison's daughters and Mrs. H. will visit them.
Item 4: Russell, H.A., 1831 May 28Add to your cart.
Letter from H.A. Russell in New York to Elihu Harrison in Litchfield with description of life as a medical student in New York; says Dr. [S.R.] Childs would like to have [P.A.] Gillett tend an apothecary shop for his room and tuition; thanks Harrison and his wife for their kindness.
Item 5: Russell, H.A., 1831 Aug 11Add to your cart.
Letter from H.A. Russell in New York to Elihu Harrison in Litchfield with personal news; writes that he is in the Northern Dispensary for medical treatment.
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Sub-Series 2: Personal accounts and papersAdd to your cart.
Folder 1: Personal accounts, 1826-1829