Alexander Forsyth, Senr. 3rd Administrative Account
Baltimore City, Ss
The third Account of John Glenn and David Stewart, Administrators with the will annexed of Alexander Forsyth, Senior, Deceased.
These accountants charge themselves with the balance due on their last account settled the 15th day of January 1841 and amounting to $ 353.36.
And they crave an allowance for the following Payments and Disbursements:
Cash paid the Editors of the American and Patriot for advertising Property for Sale, per accounts and receipts appear 20.75
Ditto paid Louis Gassaway, Reg. Cur. Can. for Defendants Costs in case of Henry Friese, Admr. W.A.W. Rachel Forsyth against these Accountants in Chancery, per account and receipt appears. 32.10
Ditto paid Cornelius McLean, Auditor in Chancery, for fees due him, per account and receipt appears. 9.33
Ditto paid R. W. Gill, Esq. for professional services rendered in the above case, per receipt appears. 20.--
Ditto annexed these Accountants, for this sum, being amount adjudged as due them in case of Henry F. Friese, Administrator of Rachel Forsyth deceased as per Auditors Report appears. 233.40
Ditto paid Henry F. Friese, Adm. C.T.A. of Rachel Forsyth, deceased, per reseipt appears 15.--
Ditto paid David Stewart Esq. for professional services rendered the Estate of the Deceased, per Receipt appears. 25.00
Ditto paid Registers fees and for Copy of this Account 2.13
Payments and Disbursements $357.71
Estate Accounted for 353.36
Estate Overpaid $ 4.35
Baltimore City, Ss. On this 14th day of May 1855 came David Stewart, surviving Administrator with the Will annexed of Alexander Forsyth, Senior, deceased, and made Oath of the Holy Evangely of Almighty God, that the aforegoing account is just and true as stated, and that he had paid or secured the payment of every sum or sums for which he craves an allowance, which after examiniation is passed by order of the Orphans Court. --
Test- N. Hickman, Register of Wills for Baltimore City.