Very desirable partly-printed DS, signed “Rob't Morris" and "James Wilson,” one page both sides, 8.25 x 13.25, September 6, 1794. City of Philadelphia promissory note, which asserts that "James Wilson Esquire…held and firmly bound unto George Eddy in the sum of One thousand & eight hundred and thirty three pounds six shillings & eight pence, lawful money of Pennsylvania to be paid George Eddy" would be declared void if Wilson instead delivers unto Eddy "the just Sum of nine hundred and sixteen pounds, thirteen shillings and four pence, money…without any fraud or further delay." Signed at the conclusion by Wilson, and countersigned on the reverse by Morris. Document retains white papers seals to both sides. In very good to fine condition, with scattered light foxing, and splitting to the intersecting folds. A special opportunity to own a document autographed by two of the Pennsylvania signers. From the Collection of Dr. Lawrence E. Miller.
Terms and abbreviations used in our descriptions.