|Repository:||Georgia Historical Society|
|Creator:||Worrell, Robert, Jr., -1823.|
|Title:||Robert Worrell, Jr. account book|
|Extent:||0.07 cubic feet (1 volume)|
Robert Worrell, Jr. (d. 1823) was a druggist in Savannah from about 1818 until his death in 1823.
This volume is an account book for Robert Worrell, Jr.'s business and personal matters from 1818-1823. The account book contains the autographs of many Savannah, Georgia residents. The items mentioned include medicines, surgical instruments, taxes, store and house rent, steamer passage, wages, freight and wharfage, carpentry work, painting, lettering, lining drawers with tin, boarding and lodging, "Portable Ice House & Ice," sweeping chimneys, advertising and printing, stabling of horses, yard inspection, firewood, Chatham Artillery dues, iron work, gold watch, newspaper subscription, tuition for writing, costs of his last illness and burial expenses.
[Item identification], Robert Worrell, Jr. account book, MS 871, Georgia Historical Society, Savannah, Georgia.
Collection is open for research.
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|Item 1: Account book, 1818-1824|