Asa Ames writes that he would like the company to consign him powder in Providence, Rhode Island rather than require him to travel to Newport to obtain powder. He offers Messrs. Brown & Ives, merchants of Providence, as a reference.
McCall alerts company that his friends in New York have not been able to collect on drafts from Providence and Newport. McCall suggests having them collected at merchant houses. McCall also discusses inability to get a bill on London and the...
McCall reports on status of bill on London, company bills sent to him for collection on Providence, and the status of procuring a vessel to carry a recent powder order. He sends the company his requests for powder in order to meet the upcoming...
McCall discusses payment of Providence drafts, the purchase of brimstone, and payment negotiations with George Harrison. McCall acknowledges that business of every kind is in a slump, but advises the company not to reduce its prices.
Advertising card for Soapine soap manufactured by Kendall Manufacturing Company of Providence, Rhode Island. Illustration shows an astrologer talking with a woman; stars in the sky spell out "Soapine."
Advertising card for Soapine manufactured by the Kendall Manufacturing Company of Providence, Rhode Island. Illustration is titled "The Dirt Killer" and shows a beached whale. Back is in English and German.
Advertising card for Soapine soap manufactured by the Kendall Manufacturing Company of Providence, Rhode Island. Illustration shows a woman hanging laundry on a clothesline; items on line spell out "Soapine."