The artifact is an untranslated receipt from April 28th, 1862 from Perugia, Italy. It is four lines in length and is very small writing.
This is Cardinal Pecci, the Bishop of Perugia, the future Leo XIII.
NB: On the featured item, “Leo XIII” identifies this receipt as his. Click on the image to view his small signature, Cardinal Pecci, in the upper right hand corner.
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