William P. Parrott Journal, 1839 (Page 60-61)
Fort Fairfield Septr 14 1839
Henry C Harrey[?] passed up this day with a load of provisions to wit 10 bbls[?] of pork and ten barrells [barrels] of flour.
For the use of the Settlers on this river only to wit the knights[?] and others.
And the said Henry Harry[?] covenants and agrees that none of this provision is to be used or shall be used with his consent other than by the Settlers aforesaid and to complete his business unfinished last year and shall not be used in any new operations by him until the instructions of the Land Agent of this State relating to cutting timber this winter is received
H[?] C[?] Harry[?]
Fort Fairfield Septr 16 1839
Col[?] Stanly of Monticello
I have had an exploration on the township letter F the amount of damage there is $2000 The timber I understand was hauled by one[/] Tracy of Woodstock
If you have th efacts will you please send them to Mr MacIntyre at Bangor
Capt Tomah[?] says you can furnish us with flour will you please send me the price at your [?] [?] [?] here and the quantity you can furnish
also the price [?] at the north end of the Portland road.
Your Obt Svt
Wm P Parrott
Asst Land Agent
Description: William P. Parrott served as the Assistant Land Agent for the State of Maine under Rufus McIntire, the Land Agent. During the Aroostook War Parrott was stationed in Fort Fairfield. The journal includes entries written by Parrott between April and November of 1839, but also includes copies of Parrott's correspondence.
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