Memorandum Concerning Bank Account of Stuart & Lincoln 
I this day drew $71.70 cents being the ballance of Stuart & Lincoln's deposit in Bank,  and deposited $60.41 cents thereof to the credit of Logan & Lincoln, $20. of which is for the use of Stout, Ingoldsby & Co  and $40.41 for the use of Daniel Stafford Jr.  The remaining $11.29, not knowing exactly to whom it belongs, I have put in my pocket, holding myself responsible to whomever may hereafter prove to be the owner. A. LINCOLN
1842---Feb 28---$50 of the above this day drawn from Bank and loaned to Noah Richard,  with Noah Matheny as surety
 Copy, ISLA.
 The partnership of Stuart & Lincoln was dissolved and the firm of Logan & Lincoln began doing business April 14, 1841.
 Son of Daniel Sattley Stafford?
 Noah M. Rickard, an older brother of Sarah Rickard. (See Lincoln to Speed, June 19, 1841, supra.)