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D. J. Burr (search for this): article 3
t Confederate notes upon this community, the character of which may be readily detected by persons cautious in regard to such matters, though they are apt to deceive the unsuspecting. The one dollar issues of the city of Richmond have also been counterfeited, and a brief description may be the means of preventing some loss. The reading on the note bears a heavy impress and is very black; while the plate is tolerably well executed, and has the signatures of P. R. Grattan, Jr., Pres't, and D. J. Burr, Chamberlain. On the right of the note are the words. "Receivable for City Taxes," which in the genuine reads "Receivable in City Taxes." This alone would be sufficient for its detection; but an additional facility is afforded by the abbreviated word "Pres't, " on the right corner, which in the counterfeit is spelt "Pres't" These notes are manufactured in great quantities at the North, and sold for a trifle by the sutlers in the various Yankee camps. They are offered to the people of t
P. R. Grattan (search for this): article 3
derable number of counterfeit Confederate notes upon this community, the character of which may be readily detected by persons cautious in regard to such matters, though they are apt to deceive the unsuspecting. The one dollar issues of the city of Richmond have also been counterfeited, and a brief description may be the means of preventing some loss. The reading on the note bears a heavy impress and is very black; while the plate is tolerably well executed, and has the signatures of P. R. Grattan, Jr., Pres't, and D. J. Burr, Chamberlain. On the right of the note are the words. "Receivable for City Taxes," which in the genuine reads "Receivable in City Taxes." This alone would be sufficient for its detection; but an additional facility is afforded by the abbreviated word "Pres't, " on the right corner, which in the counterfeit is spelt "Pres't" These notes are manufactured in great quantities at the North, and sold for a trifle by the sutlers in the various Yankee camps. They ar
Chamberlain (search for this): article 3
notes upon this community, the character of which may be readily detected by persons cautious in regard to such matters, though they are apt to deceive the unsuspecting. The one dollar issues of the city of Richmond have also been counterfeited, and a brief description may be the means of preventing some loss. The reading on the note bears a heavy impress and is very black; while the plate is tolerably well executed, and has the signatures of P. R. Grattan, Jr., Pres't, and D. J. Burr, Chamberlain. On the right of the note are the words. "Receivable for City Taxes," which in the genuine reads "Receivable in City Taxes." This alone would be sufficient for its detection; but an additional facility is afforded by the abbreviated word "Pres't, " on the right corner, which in the counterfeit is spelt "Pres't" These notes are manufactured in great quantities at the North, and sold for a trifle by the sutlers in the various Yankee camps. They are offered to the people of the surroundi