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General Demand For Taxes}

Office of the Collector of Internal Revenue,

Oct. 1872 List. 2nd Div.

6th District, State of Va Staunton, Jan 22nd 1873

Mr. William Allison Rapp's Mills

A tax, under the Excise Laws of the United States, amounting to Nine ..... 80/100 dollars, being for 14 gallons deficiency in Sept. 1872, has been assessed against you, and transmitted to me by the Assessor of this District. The sum not having been paid within the time required by law, you became liable to pay five per centum additional upon the amount thereof, and interest at one per centum per month from the 1st day of January, 1873, and DEMAND is hereby made upon you for said tax, with the additional five per centum and such interest as may accrue before payment. If not paid withing ten days from the personal service or mailing hereof, it will become my duty to collect the same by distraint and sale of property.

Payment may be made to John J. Gillock at Lexington Am't of tax $9.80 Penalty 49 Total $ 10.29

Wim H. H. Frenger Dep'y Collector

Bring this notice with you