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Correspondence and accounts concerning sale of Ponsonby Vale Estate, 1874

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Cotton, Francis, Story, George Fordyce and Allport, Cecil 1874 , Correspondence and accounts concerning sale of Ponsonby Vale Estate, 1874 , University of Tasmania Library Special and Rare Materials Collection.

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Abstract

Correspondence and accounts concerning the sale of a property in Ponsonby Vale in 1874. The correspondence takes place primarily between Francis Cotton and the lawyers involved in the sale (Allport, Roberts and Allport). Also includes a ledger of expenses incurred (Document 7). From Private Deposits DX19/167

Item Type: Other
Authors/Creators:Cotton, Francis and Story, George Fordyce and Allport, Cecil
Keywords: Francis Cotton, Allport, Roberts, Allport Roberts & Allport, estate, Ponsonby Vale, property, real estate, 1870s, correspondence, legal correspondence, auction, sales, Tas, Tasmania, Kelvedon, East Coast Tasmania, Swansea, Swan Port, accounts
Publisher: University of Tasmania Library Special and Rare Materials Collection
Collections: Quaker Collection
Dr GF Story Collection
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