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Scope and Contents COLLECTION DESCRIPTION & ARRANGEMENT The Robins and Gates Record of Account includes accounts and cases ranging about the state (Montgomery, Clear Creek, Milton, Orange, Jackson, Vermillion, Mansfield), as indexed in the rear, and with brief descriptions at the front of the book as to the kind of legal services rendered (or the legal issues being tested - gaming, bastardy, deeds, pension papers, for trespass, for killing a dog, tavern license, patent papers, etc.).
Identifier: MSS -00-5
Scope and Contents COLLECTION DESCRIPTION & ARRANGEMENT The Cash Book of John Brazee contains simple one line entries of fees (on versos) and expenses (on rectos) with occasional pages given over to detailed summarizations of property inventory and debt estimates.
Scope and Contents COLLECTION DESCRIPTION & ARRANGEMENT This collection contains a bound lawyer's docket book, with entries from 1823 to 1836 and from 1842 to 1888, both indexed. The earliest entries are likely from the law office of Chauncey Dewey in Cadiz, Ohio, during his association with Steubenville lawyer Benjamin Tappan. The later entries are first from the law office of Dewey & Shotwell, a partnership between Chauncey Dewey and Stuart B. Shotwell, also in Cadiz. Dewey retired from the...