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Promissory note of the Southern Gold Company, Boston, [Massachusetts], 1860 June 15


author: Southern Gold Company
extent: [1] p.
date: June 15, 1860
summary: Record of deposit at The Southern Gold Company, Boston, [Massachusetts], dated June 15, 1860.
repository: Chestatee Regional Library System, Lumpkin County Branch
collection: Madeleine K. Anthony Collection
box: III-28
folder: 3

subjects:
Southern Gold Company
Gold mines and mining
Bank deposits--Massachusetts--Boston
Gold ores
Boston (Mass.)
Promissory notes




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[Note: This page is a deposit record, featuring a decorative border at the left margin. A pressed seal is attached at lower left.; $500.~ Boston, June 15th 1860. No. 13. On demand with interest after date, The Southern Gold Company, hereby promise to pay to their own order, Five hundred Dollars, for value received. It being understood and agreed that the Corporation and its property only are holden for the payment of this note, and that the Shareholders and Officers of the Company are in nowise personally liable therefor [therefore], there being deposited herewith, as Collateral Security, (with authority to sell the same on the nonperformance of this promise,) Five hundred shares of the Capital Stock of Said Company -- Approved, E. Hathaway} By SOUTHERN GOLD COMPANY, Geo. [George] Wm [William] Gordon Treasurer.]




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Southern Gold Company
By Geo. [George] Wm [William] Gordon
Treasurer



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