For the year 1919 in my great-grandfathers Civil Guard records there are four entries that need to be reviewed.
Note: It looks like the first three are all one note. But I can see changes in hand writing and a " in the left hand column at the start of each new note. As a result I am treating them as distinct. Again, this one does not end with "El Comandante Major" or anything.
The transcription so far:
Con el no. 77081 aprobar las Intervención Gral. [General] de Guerra a este indo. [individuo] su nuevo improviso reditándote en el estado de la tercia xxx del año anterior 350 pts. [pesetas] de nota final del compromiso anterior y 125 de entrada del actual xxx contrades recibió coba los haberos de febrero.
Here is the translation based on the answer:
With no. 77081 the Intervention General of War approves this individual his new commitment, crediting him in the statement of the third quarter of the previous year with 350 pesetas for the final instalment of the previous commitment and 125 for the entry of the current one, which amounts he received with the February pay.