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First Federal Issue: Vermont
Vermont First Federal Issue revenues are slightly less common than average.  All denominations up to the $1 value are known, as is the $10 value.

 

(RM227)

10¢

(RM228)

20¢

(RM229)

25¢

(RM230)

50¢

(RM232)

 
 
Williamstown, March 15, 1800, promissory note in the amount of $43.48.  Taxed 4¢ (RM227) as a note above $20 and not exceeding $100 payable within 60 days.
Newbury, October 24, 1798, promissory note in the amount of $23.84.  Taxed 10¢ (RM228) as a note above $20 and not exceeding $100 payable in more than 60 days.
April 11, 1799, penal bond in the amount of $100, requiring that David Blanchard of Newrey remain in the gaol yard in Danville until lawfully released, due to his debt of $38.84.  Taxed 20¢ (RM229) apparently incorrectly.  The 20¢ rate applied to notes above $500 and not exceeding $1,000 performable within 60 days.  It is not clear from the bond the length of the jail term, but the amount is stated as just $100. 
 
October 9, 1798, penal bond in the amount of $500 for administration of an estate.  Taxed 25¢ (RM230) as a note above $100 and not exceeding $500 payable in more than 60 days.
Newbury, September 29, 1798, promissory note in the amount of $742.82½.  Taxed 50¢ (RM232) as a note above $500 and not exceeding $1,000 payable in more than 60 days.
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