Frederick County, Md, Man Helped To Raise Money For Revolutionary War Arms


Frederick County, Md, Man Helped To Raise Money For Revolutionary War Arms

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Frederick County, Md, Man Helped To Raise Money For Revolutionary War Arms:
$75


Phillip Fishburn was a member of the Committee of Correspondence in Federick County, MD, committed to raise money to purchase arms and ammunition for the Revolutionary War.

One page, 8 ¼” x 11”, April 20th, 1795, bond between Phillip Fishborn of Frederick County, MD, and Steven Albaugh and Susanna Tuck, “for the sum of Forty-six Pounds to be paid to Phillip Fishburn…” Nice writing on verso.

Folds, toning, three small binding holes in left margin, affecting very little.


Frederick County, Md, Man Helped To Raise Money For Revolutionary War Arms:
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