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REPORT 



OF TH* 



OF TBS 



TOWN OF MANCHESTER, 



FOR THE TEAR 



1842— 43» 



. MANCHESTER: 
WETMORE AND WALLACE, PRINTERS. 



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REPORT. 



HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES— (Old Accounts.) 

Paid Thomas Cheney for Lumber, 

Herman Foster for Elisha Smith, (trustee,) 
David Webster for Elislia Smith, 
Jonas L. Parker for ElisJia Smith, 
David Dickey for stone for culverts, 
David Dickey for re])airing roads, 
Amos Webster, 
Amos Weston, Jr., 
John Calef for lumber, 

This account is posted in outstanding bills. 



REP.ATRING HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES. 

Paid Asa Read,* 50 00 

WiHiam P. Webster, (award and damage)* lo5 00 

Samuel Bartlett for Culvert,* $127 72 

Israel Merrill for award and damage,* 15 00 

Hannali G. Conant, 75 

Charles Cliase, 2 50 

D. A. Bunton, 12 00 

David Young, . 42 !)<) 

David Young on Candia road, » 119 .'i2 

Paid Isaac Langley, 4 21> 

James Emerson, Jr, for Harvey bridge, 106 00 

Nathan Batchelder, 7 00 

Jonah Harvey for hunber, 22 7(> 

I). A. Biuiton for surveying stonework, I 00 

"^^I'liomas J. Flanders for lumber, 1 '.]:] 

William Coult on Candia road, 4 <)2 

James M. ^Veb^:,te^ for Lumber, 1 1 ilii 



$ 4 00 




27 00 




60 00 




72 01 




4 00 




4 90 




2 00 




1 00 




8 ()1- 


-IS:^ 52 



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James McQueston for lumber, 

Jo«iah Stowell, 

INIoses Noyes lor repairing bridge, 

^Villiam P. Farmer highway tax bills, 

John Calef for kimber, 

James Smith, 

James Emerson, Jr. 

G. F. Judkins for kimber, 

George Clark for labor and lumber^ 

Wm. P. Farmer highway tax bills, 

Jonas Harvey Jr. for labor and lumber, 

Grandison Morse on Mammoth road 

Israel Merrill for stone, 

Benjamin Mitchell, 

Hiram Brown, 

Joshua Webster, 

William P. Farmer, 



$30 78 

8 92 

2 50 
2018 70 

3 76 
1 00 

33 03 

9 95 
32 41 

635 75 

15 75 

1 25 

1 50 

50 

180 98 

1 00 

61 75-3724 03 



NEW ROADS AND DISCONTINUANCES. 

Paid I.. Marshall for axe &l chain man on Hooksett r'd, $ 3 
Stephen Gilman as witness on Bald Hill road, 
Amos Weston, Jr. as witness on Bald Hill road, 
John D. Kimball sui-veymg roads 1841 and 1842, 
Daniel Clark services on Bald Hill road 1841-42, 
William Shepherd for horse hire for road com'rs, 
Road commissioners on Bald Hill road, 
Isaac C. Flanders on Bald Hill road, 
Daniel Clark on Candia road. 



t 3 00 


1 00 


1 50 


30 00 


32 80 


4 50 


43 87 


3 00 


1 50—121 



17 









SCHOOLS. 


Paid School District 


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$ 73 75 


1322 m 


o9 56 


61 84 


78 76 


98 68 


15 00 


33 00 



$1743 49 



SCHOOL HOUSES. 



Paid committee orders, District Nc. ^ 



do 



$1729 83 
160 83 



do. 



•3i 



J 890 66 

22 02 —1912 66 



MILITIA. 

Paid soldiers ration at muster, $V25 50 

Capt. Morrison's company, 33 00 

Parson's do. 26 00 

Dodge's do. 1 00 

Moore's do. 23 00 

Hall's do. 36 00 

Silver's do. 18 00 

Gen. Gregg's staff, 2 00—264 50 



TOWN FARM. 

Paid Oliver Merryfield for repairs, $ 2 92 

Leonard Jackson, 14 00 

do. 28 22 

James Wallace for lumber in 1841, 5 97 51 11 



EXPENDITURES OF THE TOWN FARM, 1842. 

Paid Israel Men'ill for horse, 

John Tuttle balance on manure, 

J. and S. Blake for wagon, 

S. P. Greeley for harness, 

George Marsh, bill of goods 

John P. Webster lor cow and 4 pigs, 31 00 1 

Ctiarles Chase for pork, 15 50 i 

Thomas Emerson for burying Cjtus Young-, 

Duncklee and Farley for goods, 

Daniel Mack for plough, 

H. Tufts & Co. for stoves and furniture, 

Amos Weston jr. lor potatoes, &c. 

Plummer Wheeler for sleigh, 

George Porter for goods. 

Chase & James for manure, 

David Hamblett for grain. 

Dr. Z. Col burn for medical services, 

(vhase &. James for manure, 

I yoke of oxen, 

Leonard Jackson (as superintendant) 

do. for purchases as by his acc't, 

etock, hay, and provisions on hand, Feb. 25, 1842, 4.30 50-1452 00 

. 1452 00 
Income of the farm, 1415 01 



70 00 


1 33 


54 00 


16 00 


5 69 


31 00 


15 50 


4 50 


6 32 


12 50 


48 47 


10 57 


18 00 


111 39 


69 47 


62 92 


18 88 


31 50 


67 00 


200 00 


16() 46 



Balance against the farm, 36 9^ 



PROPERTY AND INCOME OF TOWN FARM. 



J iiorse, $ 70 00 


1 yoke of oxen, 


$75 00 


$145 00 


7 tons hav, 119 00 


1-2 ton oat straw, 


3 00 


122 00 


4 cows, ' 72 00 


4 shoats, 


28 00 


100 00 


lot of cornfodder, 8 00 


1 00 bush corn, 


75 00 


83 00 


•>20 bush, potatoes, 66 00 


30 bush, oats, 


10 00 


76 00 


12 bush, onions, 9 00 


lot of garden sauce. 


8 00 


17 00 


1 1-4 bbl. pork, 18 75 


1 1-2 bbl. beef, 


15 00 


33 75 


127 lbs. ham, 11 43 


95 lbs. dried beef, 


5 70 


17 13 


30 lbs. butter, 5 00 


15 lbs. lard, 


1 50 


6 50 


29 lbs. tallow, 2 32 


5 lbs. candles, 


60 


2 92 


5]-2bbls. cider, 5 50 


1 bbl. vinegar, 


4 00 


9 50 


40 lbs. dried apple, 1 60 


2 bush, meal, 


1 50 


3 10 


80 palm leaf hats, 4 80 


manure, 


100 00 


104 80 


J waggon, 54 00 


1 harness, 


16 00 


70 00 


1 waggon, 9 50 


1 sleigh, 


18 00 


27 50 


lumber on hand, 8 00 


1 plough, 


12 50 


20 50 


stoves and furniture. 






48 47 


50 rods stone wall built, 






50 00 


amount of bills paid from 


farm. 




359 23 



DEBTS DUE THE FARM. 



F. H. Watson, (outstanding) 
E, T. Glover, $2 23 

William Moran, 86 
J)ue from the countv 



C. G. Hamblett, $1 00 
Luther Crombie, 1 50 



$1296 40 



$6 26 


3 23 


2 36 


100 76 



$1415 01 



COUNTY PAUPERS. 

Paid for support of Ezra Can-, 

do. John Miller's family, 

do. F. B. Evans, 

funeral of E. N. Piper's child, 
Elizabeth Haines, 
Mrs. Mary Duftee, 
relief and funeral of Elbridge Getchell, 
of Mrs. Osborne and child, 
Hannah Smith, 
Sarah Carr, 



$21 73 

56 2() 

57 62 
00 
79 
10 



3 

57 

3 



40 00 
7 00 
56 47 
44 70—347 67 



FIRE DEPARTMENT. 

Paid appropriations for resenoirs, $500 00 

hook and ladders, &c. 374 10 

John A. l^urnham as chief engineer, 10 00 



Isaac C. Flanders as fire ward and treasurer, $17 00 
James Wallace do. 10 00 

J. T. P. Hunt, 10 00 

W. G. Means, 10 00—931 10 



SUPPORT OF POOR OFF THE FARM. 

Peid for relief and funeral charges of Dan'l Hazelton, $203 25 



of Judith Marden, 


22 50 


of Hannah Jacobs, 


7 04 


Mary Stark for Huntoon's child, 


19 00 


for John Griffin's wife and children, 


62 16 .,) 


for burying Maiy W. Miles, 


5 00 


Thomas J. Brooks for Jefferson Davis' family, 


18 64 


for Matthew McQueston's boy. 


18 20 


to Ira Stevens, 


26 38 


for relief of Ezra Corning, 


30 00 


Amos Weston, jr., for Abbott's child. 


10 00 


Doctor David Flanders for medical services, 


13 50 


for relief of James Saunders, 


6 38 


Israel Merrill for wood for Whitcomb's family, 


2 50—444 55 


POUND. 


' • 


Paid J. H. Copp, 


$ 2 00 


VALLEY. 





Paid Thomas Emerson for lumber, $ 50 

Plummer Wheeler for moving fence, 12 17 

do. for fencing old burying ground, 68 19 80 86 



INTEREST. 




Paid sundry individuals, 


$1920 27 


NOTES PAID. 




Paid H. Brown, 


$200 00 


F. G. Stark (Moses Davis' note,) 


170 76 


Joseph Eastman, 


342 60 


David Haniblett, 


375 00 


A. Burbank, 


303 29 


Amoskeag Man'g Co., (endorsement) 


1000 00 


Wm. Bement, 


130 00 


J. G. Cilley, 


200 00 


N. H. Savings Bank, 


200 00 


David Crowell, 


105 00 


Thomas Smith, 


50 00 


N. H. Savings Bank, 


200 00 


Jabez Green, 


600 00--8876 65 



8 



PRINTING & STATIONERY, 1842. 

Paid Joseph Marshall for books, 

Kimball & Currier, 

Wetmore & Wallace, 

Joseph Marshall for books & stationary, 

Joseph Mai-shall, 
Paid John Caldwell for printing reports, for 1841-2 

E. & Murray for print'g warrants &c. for 1842, 

J. Caldwell for prnt'g warrants, check list &c. for 
meeting 1842 



$7 00- 


3 25 


5 38 


6 00 


2 56 — 24 


41 00 


16 50 



19 



17 50 — 75 00 



TOWN HOUSE. 



Paid Philo Sprague, 
J. T. P. Hunt, 
Joseph Dimcklee, 
Duncklee &. Kidder,. 
B. K. Flanders, 
G. H. Minot, 
Cyrus Eaton, 

Amoskeag Manufacturing Co,< 
H. F. A. Itichardson, 
William Gillis &l Co. 
S. & H. Cutter, 
J. p. Kimball, 
Joim Crombie, 
Charles H. Brown, 
Nathan Ballard, 
Nathan Ballard, 
Allen Goss, 

Stephens & Hutchinson, 
Jonas S. Hale, 
Joseph W. Samiders, 
Timothy Foss, 

Amoskeag Manufacturing Co., 
Walker Flanders, 
Walker Flanders, 
Simeon R. Davis, 
David Ilamblett, 
Ebenezer Knowlton, 
Amoskeag Manufacturing Co., 
Charles P. Crocket, 
Nicholas D. Hill, 
Horace Stearns, 
John L. Bradford, 
John Page, 
Rodnia Porter, 
Rodnia Porter, 
Elias H. Mclntire. 
Robert Weston. 



$ 14 33 
45 14 
32 00 

29 29 
31 25 

3 30 
58 80 

15 00 
130 00 

8 25 

34 36 

120 03 

98 97 

30 31 

6 87 

15 62 

16 92 

1 38 
202 31 

12 25 

2 00 
258 la 

16 94 
28 00 

3 94 

4 oa 

11 39 
113 62 

48 75 
23 65 
8 23 
11 70 
37 25 

7 50 
26 87 

5 00 
19 00 



9 



Sargeant & Darling, 
James Childs 
Jonas S. Hale, 
William Mills, 
John Putney, 
Nathan Batchelder,. 
N. W. Richardson 
Stephen Miller, 
Daniel Clark, 
John B. Goodwin 
Daniel Hall Jr., 
H.Tufts&Co., 
Sargeant & Darling, 
E.B. Horn, 
B. F. Manning, 
Morrison & Currier, 
Ed^vin A. Bodwell. 
John Chase, 
J. D. Kimball 
J. T.P.Hunt, 
William Bacon, 
Jonas S. Hale, 
H. Tufts & Co., 
Jonas S. Hale, 
Edward McQueston,. 
J. T. P Hunt, 
J. T. P. Hunt, 
John Baker Jr., 
A. B. Chamberlin, 
Foster Towns, 
Ebenezer Knowlton, 
Thomas Goldsmith, 
James 3IcQueston, 
Geo. W. Pinkerton, 
Jacob G. Cilley, 
Geo Hamblet, 
J.H.Wilkins, 
Daniel Clark, 
Joseph S. Lund, 
John D. Kimball, 
Thadeus Hamblett, 



$ 25 84' 
■ 8 42 

10 60 

20 95. 

39 00 

8 12 

9 04 
93 30 
13 12 

30 00 
380 00 

23 10 

4 37 

40 50 

4 10 

24 31 

2 00 

3 5,3 
350 00 

10 00 
3 00 

11 35 

31 48 

5 00 
100 00 

5 42 
130 00 
180 23 

13' 80 
332 m 
124 29 

3 00 
22 50 

5 00 

120 OO 

27 50 

J 5 50 

4 37 

10 00 
15 14 

9 75—3802 7.^ 



TOAVN' HOUSE EXPENDITURES. 

Paid Isaac Marshall for dusting Town Hall, $1 50 

Susan Caldwell for School Room, , 75 

William Gardner for coal, 45 00 

E. P. Offutt Lamps 2 20 

Andrew G. Tucker Oil, 2 87 

S. T. Parker Oil, 25 07 

McCalley & Gould as per bill, 178 46 

James Wallace for fixtures on Police room, 11 05 



10 

William Gardner for co«il, $ 6 50 

A. G. Adariis for lock &c., 1 40 
Hollis Dorr for fixtures on cellar, • 25 53 

Edward W. Harrington for fixng Bell, ):2 59 

H. Tufls & Co. on fm-nace «Si.c., 4 59 

Leonard Rundlett for fixture on Store &c., 39 98 

Jonas S. Hale for fixing Bell, 2 79 

J. C. Lane for repairing lock, 17 

A. G. Tucker for fixtures, 44 67 

A. O. Colby for fixing windows, 1 83 

S. W. Pearsons repairs on upper Hall, 8 64 

McCally & Gould reduction for rent, 6 35 
Anioskeag Manufacturing Co. repairs on clock, 15 91 

A. O. Colby labor on clock &,c., 5 70 

E. W. Harrington for repairing window, 84 — 434 29 



INCIDENTAL EXPENSES. 

Paid Samuel Gale for carrying money, 
S. D. Bell for copy of deed 
J. S. Batchelder searching for horse stolen, 
Leonard Jackson's expenses, " 
Andrew Bunton Jr. expenses for an^esting thief, 
Chase & James horse hire 1841. 
E. H. McEntire horse hire 
George Hamblet expenses to pay interest, 

Paul Cragin Jr. postage, 2 35 \ 

John Weston clerk of Auditors, 1842, 



23 


70 


5 00 


12 92 


17 41 


2 54 


4 34 


2 00 


2 35 


3 75 


1 17 



Isaac C. Flanders lamps &c., 1 17 — 52 41 



ABATEMANT OF TAXES. 

Gilman C. Smith, 
Charles W. Hubbard, 
Jesse Baker 

Wm. P. Farmer Collector, 

« li 

Patrick Tracy, 
Emerson Colby, 



LAW EXPENSES. 



Paid D. M. Robertson, 
J. M. Rowell, 



$6 18 




2 78 




1 14 




61 10 




24 48 




2 49 




5 64- 


-103 81 


8 00 




2 71- 


-10 71 



. SELECTMEN'S SERVICES. 

Paid Moses Fellows selectman and overseer of poor, $158 25 

Andrew Bunton Jr. " « 175 00 

Abram Brigham " '*« 161 88-495 13 



11 

I 

OTHER TOWN OFFICER'S SERVICES. | 

Paid .Toiin M. Noyes Town Clerk, $25 CO ^ 

] lerman Foster Treasurer, 65 48 ' 

Hiram Brown Health officer, 5 00 i 

Daniel J. Hoyt " " 5 00 1 

Josiah Stowell Constable, 6 00 i 

Ira Ballon Police Officer, 5 00 ] 

S. D. Bell Auditor 6 days March, 1842, 12 00 i 

Josiah Stowell " « 12 00 •! 

George Porter, " « 12 00 ^ 

Georj^e Porter Fireward, 5 00 I 

Moulton Knowles, " 5 00-157 48 i 



OUTSTANDING TAXES. 

Taxes outstanding, March 1842, $1 627 05 

Taxes assessed 1842, 13 12140 

Collected and paid over, 14 748 45 

Balance due the to^vn, 13 026 48-1721 97 



TAXES ASSESSED 1842. 

State tax, 
County " 

Town " 

Highway tax " 
School House District No. 2, 

9, 



LITERARY FITND. 

Received of State Treasurer, $134 07 

FOREIGN PAUPERS. 



$659 40 




511 46 


« 


6621 58 




3150 00 




2010 00 




168 96- 


-1312140 



Received from Epsom, 
" Barnstead, 
" Hooksctt, 
" Lhchfield, 




$22 50 
7 04 
18 64 
18 20— 

20 00 
20 00 
2 00— 


-C6 38 


Received ofllowe & Co., 
" Turner, 
« , Fuller, 


LICENSED. 


-42 00 



12 



MONEY BORROWED 

Borrowed of sundry persons in the y'r 1841 
Repaid same year, 
„ of sundry persons in the y'r 1842, 

Repaid same year, 
„ of sundry persons in the y'r 1842, 

Repaid same year, 



Note Interest due, estimated. 



$3 GOO 00 

378 00—3222 00 
27 811 65 
3 500 00-24 311 (>5 
8 775 00 
3 876 65-4 898 35 



$32 432 00 
904 68 



OUTSTANDING DEBTS— INCIDENTAL. 



Paid James M. Gregg, old order, $ 

MoiTison and Currier, 
H. F. A. Richardson, ? , , . , 

S. P. H. Drake, I ^^"^^^^ «" highway, 

James Wallace for sealing weights and measures. 



1 68 
18 75 
15 50 
10 50 

4 63 51 06 



SCHOOLS. 

Paid Samuel P. Jackson, District No, 4, 

Nath'l Moore, 4, 

Matthew Kennedy, 1, 

Epliraim Stevens 3d, 9, 

Job Stark, 3d. 1, 

Archibald Stark, 1, 

E. E. Brown, 2, 

E. P. Wheeler, 2, 

D. P. Perkins, 2 

Dustin Marshall, 2 

L. A. Shepherd, 2 



$ 36 CO 



4 50 


5 88 


12 50 


4 97 


3 6.5 


40 50 


25 00 


68 17 


4 33 


64 1^—269 62^ 



PAUPERS. 

Paid Town of Dunbarton for Lydia Ilaselton, 
Hannah G. Conant for Jo's Farmer, 
S. C. Hall for widow Stevens, 
Saunders Hoy t, 
Hibbard Stevens, 



$ 27 50 

81 14 

12 27 

11 37 

157 23—289 51 



FIRE 

Paid Mace Moulton, 

William P. Farmer, 
George Hall 
Isaac Sanborn, 
J.M. Rowell, 

Constable 



DEPARTMENT. 



$25 90 
5 00 
5 
.5 
5 
4 



00 
00 
00 
00- 



49 90 



13 

LAW EXPENSES. 



Paid S. D. Bell, 

G. W. Morrison, 
Joseph Cochran 
S. D. Bell, 



12 00 
32 58 
2 00 
1 15- 



47 73 



HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES. 



Paid Thomas Cheney, 

Herman Foster for Elisha Smith, 
David Webster, " " " 

Jonas L. Parker, " " 

David Dickey for stone, 

" " repairing roads, 

Amos Webster, " " 

Amos Weston, jr. " " 

John CalefJ lumber, 

J. Stovv'ell, 
T. J. Caiter, 
T. J. Carter, 
Gilbert Greely, 



4 00 


27 00 


60 00 


72 01 


4 00 


4 90 


2 00 


1 00 


8 61 


13 42 


10 50 


2 68 


1 00 



211 12 



SCHOOL HOUSES. 



iPaid Artemas Riissel, District No. 2, 
Daniel Clark, 2, 

Edward McQueston 2, 

E. A. Straw, % 

Daniel Hartson, 2, 

D. A. Bunton, 2; 



$80 92 
12 50 
22 04 
10 00 

9 00 

1 25—135 



PRINTING. 



Paid Emerson and Murray 



16 50 



TOWN PROPERTY ESTIMATED. 



DEBTS DUE THE TOWN. 

From Neherniah Chase, 

William P. Farmer, 
From E. Stevens, jr. Surplus Revenue, Feb. 
25,1843, 
the County of Hillsborough, 
town of Nev/ Boston, 
I'. H. Wat.son due the town, 
:E. T. Glover, 



236 13 
1485 84—1721 97 

$1760 18 

465 SO 

26 38 

6 2() 

2 23 



14 



C. G. Hamblet, 

William Moraii, 

Luther Crumbee, 
Town House and Lot, Bills paid, including perma- 
nent fixtures, 
Town Farm cost, including permanent repairs, 
Stock, Tools and furniture, &c. at cost, 
Fire Apparatus and ReseiToirs, 
Valley, Hearse and Hearse House, &c. cost, 
Old Town House at cost of repair 1838, 



TOWN DEBTS. 



Money borrowed unpaid. 
Interest due, 
Orders unpaid, 



1 


00 




8() 


1 


50 


23024 


es 


4188 56 


13(>3 81 


2129 


18 


758 


31 


670 


12 


36121 


04 


6'32432 00 


904 


68 


1035 85 



34:372 53 



RECEIPTS. 



Taxes outstanding March 1842 

Assessed 1842, 
Money borroAved, 
Interest received, 
Literary Fund 
Licenses, 

Town debts received, 
Foreign paupers, 
Income of Town House, " 
Income of Town Farm, 
Payment for horse stolen, 
Fines, 

Town Debt rec'd of I. C. Flanders, 
Orders Outstanding, 



$ 1627 05 

13121 41 

8775 00 

■''*' 8 77 

134 07 

42 00 

276 62 

66 38 

1570 56 

55 66 

50 00 

10 00 

14 28 

1022 35 

26774 15 



EXPENDITURES. 



Highways and bridges, 1842, 



Laying out roads, fee. 
Schools, 



School-houses, 



outstanding, 

No. 2, 

other districts, 
outstanding, 
No. 2, 
9, 
outstanding 



$3724 C3 
211 12- 



1322 90 

420 59 
269 62- 
1729 83 
182 85 
135 71- 



-3935 15 
121 71 



-2013 U 
-2048 39 



15 

Poor, off fai-m $444 55 



outstanding 


289 51- 


734 0(> 


Poor at farm, 




662 27 


4IJounty paupers. 




347 67 


Poor farm permanent repairs 




51 11 


Pound, 




2 00 


Valley, &lc. 




80 S6 


Fire Department, reservoirs. 


500 00 




Hook, &c. house. 


374 10 




Fireward's services. 


57 00 




outstanding, 


49 90- 


981 00 


Selectmens services. 




495 13 


Other town officers' services, 




157 48 


Law expenses, 1842 


10 71 




outstanding, 


47 73- 


*»« 11 




State tax, 




659 40 


County tax. 




511 4() 


Notes paid, 




3876 65 


Interest paid. 




1920 27 


Town house. 




3802 78 


Town house expenditures. 




434 29 


Printing and stationery. 


82 69 




outstanding. 


16 50- 


99 19 



Militia, 264 50 

Incidental expenses, 52 90 

outstanding. 51 06 103 96 

Abatements, 103 81 

Taxes outstanding Chase's list, 236 13 

Farmer's list, 1485 84 1721 97 

Outstanding orders paid, 1487 69 

Cash in the treasury, 50 83 

Balance, 48 97 



$26774 15 



We have examined the foregoing account, and find the same correctly 
cast and supported by proper vouchers. All the monies received 
having been paid over to the Treasurer and the })ayments made by or- 
ders on him, we are satisfied that the apparent balcmce unaccounted 
for is merely an error in stating the account, arising from the omission 
of some item, which after much careful examination, we are unable to 
detect. 

SAMUEL D. BELL 
March 10, 1843. AMOS WESTOr^ Jun. 



Auditors. 



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