PROMISSORY NOTE EXECUTED AND SIGNED BY CARTER [1792-1848], TENNESSEE PLANTER, PRESIDENT OF TENNESSEE'S 1834 CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION, AND WHIG CONGRESSMAN 1835-1841. William Blount Carter.
PROMISSORY NOTE EXECUTED AND SIGNED BY CARTER [1792-1848], TENNESSEE PLANTER, PRESIDENT OF TENNESSEE'S 1834 CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION, AND WHIG CONGRESSMAN 1835-1841.

PROMISSORY NOTE EXECUTED AND SIGNED BY CARTER [1792-1848], TENNESSEE PLANTER, PRESIDENT OF TENNESSEE'S 1834 CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION, AND WHIG CONGRESSMAN 1835-1841.

[np]: 1843. Four manuscript lines plus signature "Wm. B. Carter," and his facsimile seal. Old folds, Very Good.

"Three months after date, I Promise to Pay Robert Love twenty five hundred Pounds of merchantable bar Iron delivered at my Forge on Roanes Creek. Value received. Witness my hand & seal the 2d Oct. 1843." Carter [1792-1848] was born and died in Elizabethton, Carter County, Tennessee. He was an anti-Jackson Whig during his Congressional sojourn. Item #37498

Price: $125.00

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