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VOUCHER (from " to vouch," to warrant...

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Originally appearing in Volume V28, Page 219 of the 1911 Encyclopedia Britannica.
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VOUCHER (from " to vouch," to warrant, answer for, O. Fr. voucher, to cite, call in aid, Lat. vocare, to call, summon), any document in writing which confirms the truth of accounts or establishes other facts, more particularly a receipt or other evidence in writing which establishes the fact of the payment of money.
End of Article: VOUCHER (from " to vouch," to warrant, answer for, O. Fr. voucher, to cite, call in aid, Lat. vocare, to call, summon)
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