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Dr. Rush’s Ledger A, pp. 91-114

The ledgers and journals of some merchants and physicians of this period sometimes had notations of location and relationships alongside the entry of their client’s name. The dates are the…

Dr. Rush’s Ledger A., pp. 76-90

p. 76: 1770 Thomas Haslewood — Wood Corder in Race Street; 1770 John Lisle — Breeches Maker in 3rd Street; 1778 George Bright married Capt. Moulders Daughter; 1774 Mr. John…

R. Rush’s Ledger A., pp. 61-75

The ledgers and journals of some merchants and physicians of this period sometimes had notations of location and relationships alongside the entry of their client’s name. The dates are the…

Dr. Rush’s Ledger A., pp. 46-60

 The ledgers and journals of some merchants and physicians of this period sometimes had notations of location and relationships alongside the entry of their client’s name. The dates are the…

Dr. Rush’s Ledger A, pp. 31-45

p. 31: 1769 Robert Smith, Hatter in Market Street; 1770 Capt. Sowder in Water Street; 1770 Mr. Laycock — lives at Capt. Carlisles (David Hall’s brother-in-law) p. 33: 1775 John…

Dr. Rush’s Ledger A, 1769-1782 (pp. 1-15)

The ledgers and journals of some merchants and physicians of this period sometimes had notations of location and relationships alongside the entry of their client’s name. The dates are the…

Dr. Rush’s Ledger A, 1769-1782 (pp. 16-30)

(p. 16) 1769 Capt. William Carlisle in Arch street; 1771 Widow Wilkinson — Moravian Alley (p. 17) 1769 Mr. Maxfield — writes in Mr. Chews Office; 1773 Mr. Wagner —…