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An excerpt from an account book in the fonds

Accession No: mha00000130
Title: Richard Fogarty fonds
Dates: Photocopied [197-] (originally created 1810-1813)
Location: R95-40 MHA
Provenance: Fogarty, Richard, 1793-1840
Extent: 5 cm of textual records
Source of Supplied Title: Title based on contents of the fonds
Restrictions: No restrictions
Adm. Hist/Bio. Sketch: Richard Fogarty (1793-1840), was a merchant from Waterford, Ireland who established a trade in provisions with St. John's in the early 1800s.
Scope and Content: Fonds consists of a photocopied ledger giving account of provisions shipped from Waterford (hogs, cattle, grain, clothing, salt, ships' supplies), valued at 43,500 pounds sterling to 47 customers in St. John's. The main customer was Thomas Meagher, an Irish merchant in St. John's. Fonds also describes Fogarty's imports from Newfoundland, including fish oil, blubber, timber, and fur
Reproduction Note: Copied from the original document held at the Waterford Museum, Waterford, Eire in 197-.
Terms Governing Use: Users should be aware that copyright rules and regulations may apply to some parts of this fonds.
Subject: Merchants--Ireland
Subject: Clothing and dress
Subject: Commerce History
Subject: Merchants--Newfoundland and Labrador
Subject: Ireland Commerce Newfoundland
Subject: Newfoundland Commerce Ireland
Subject: Waterford Commerce
Subject: Ledgers
Authors_Personal Name: Meagher, Thomas, 1764-1834.

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