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Amount brought up, 802 al $21,5T>^ ^ 

Surveyors highways, for labor of paupers 

on drain Arrow Street 134, S. Turn- 
pike ?.C3, 397 £o 

N Ayre, labor and materials M II ^3 37 

Joseph White, printing 2400 notincations 

on fine paper 10 

John Hay, making .''j390 Cartridges 12 53 

Jthi Wright, biU refreshments 36 18 

B. Whiton, making fence High Street 19 51 

John M. Fisk,paid 0. W. Preston, mak- 
ing fence &c. ,^^ 6 92 

A. W. Austin, expenses b^Loard of 
health incurred by the, Small 
Pox . 133 S-2 

Estate of Josiah Harris, setting glass 20 20 

James K. Frothingham, Josiah Harris 
and Joseph Miller, making out the 
valuation, and returning the same 47 25 

Joseph White 2300 notifications for Town 
Meeting 8 

H. Wingate, putting up stall in M, House, 

Lamp post painting Sic. 17 53 ^ 

Silas Crane, ringing the Bell Iqr. 4 50 , 

A. Babcock, lot of land and surveying for 
Engine No. 2 5 

D. Dodge, disbursements, "and recording 

Births and Deaths 29 53 

Jacob Caswell, Pump work 14 25 

R. Hall, for powder for the militia 2 

Casks 10 

Benj. Badger, sundry surveys 11 25 

Waitt & Dow, Tax Book, dl'd Mr Hovey 1 75 

Benjamin Haynes, tins for numbers, 

Stores and Houses 1 1 22 



Amount carried up 1,617 63 ^1,395 IS 



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Amount brought forward 1,617 63 $21,395 IB 

P ^Villard, disbursements and professional 

b^'i^vices 6 13 

George Bartiat, paid for a trunk for pa- 
pers &c. 1 t5 
John P. Danklee, services as Constable 

and special grant, as police officer 

and Cierk of the market 31 

Samuel Abbot, paper &/C. 7 95 

Gershom Teel, blacksmith work for 

Town Hall S^c. 8 58 

James Adams, lead, locks nails &c. 

M. House 1 1 72 

Leonard Tufts, repairs bell, pump 

irons &c. 10 51 

James B. Aver, Carpenter 75 

Fletcher, Edge stone Circular, 

Union St. 7 50 

Wm. M. Edmunds, lead, work <Src. stoves 

funnel ' 9 63 

Jas. Deblois, white-washing cellar &c. 6 
Stepheri Wiley, horse and carriage hire 20 
Benj. Edmunds, setting glass M. House 6 43 
Charles Foster, covering table Assessors' 

room 5 25 

Fitch Cutter, pound keeper the year 

past 10 

William Caswell, caulking the Fish Deck 

M. H. 3 

John Mitchell, warning Town Meetings 7 60 
John Wright, horse & chaise hire Ssc. 6 67 
Laban Turner, trucking oil &c. from 

Boston 4 37 

Ambrose Cole, lumber 7 S6. 



1789 98 
Amount carried fbrward, j|33,185 16 



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Amount brought up, 45 76 

SALARIES. 

Town Treasurer 350 

Town Clerk 15^^ 

Messinger i- 

Clerk of the Market 30 



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Paid Monies borrowed at B. H. Bank j,50O 

1832. March 1,— Balance in B. II. Badk to Cr T T». *844 18 



26,084 34 



♦The bill of Oil for 1830 wa,s paid this year, but tho bill of 
Oil for 1831, ia not yet come in. which would have absorbed 
nearly the whole balance on hand. 



AMOUNT OF MONIES VOTED BY THE TOWN MAY 

11th 1831. 
For the support of the Poor 2,000 

'* repairs of highways 1,500 

" support of the Schools 7,000 

" Watch, Oil and lighting Lamps 1,500 

** Contingencies, including refunds to 

the militia 1 ,500 

" interest on the town debt 1,856 

" commissions and abatements 1,500 

'* Assessors, making Taxes 400 

" Town Treasurer's salary 250 

" '' Clerk's do 150 

" " Messinger's do 125 

« « Clerk of the Market ."JO 

« " Sinking Fund 1,000 

" Chief Engineer's salary 100 

#18,911 00 



SUMMARY. 

Orders paid sundry Watchmen, ^j^hting 
lamps 6lc. 
" Fire department 
" Contingencies 

Amount Voted for the above 3,000 

Amount expended over the appropriations 

Ti.e^amount of the Town debt on the 7th Blarch, 
1831 Mas 
" Borrowed since by votes of the Town — 
** for paving Salem Turnpike 

*' Paid the amount raised for the sinking 
fund, 1831 

Amount of Town Debt, 1st March 1832 

^10,850 is on interest at six percent. • 
59,605 " five per cent. 

1,000 " four and a half per cent. 



3,077 

857 

- 1,789 


49 
87 
98 


5,7-25 
3,000 


34 


$%Tid 


34 


50,955 
1,500 


62,455 
1,000 


$51,455 


00 



$51,4:5 00 

Charlestoavn, March lat, 183*2. 
Errors Excepted. 

GEO. BARTLETT, Treasurer. 

Charlestown, March 3, 1832 
The subscribers, as a committee for auditing the accounts of 
Town Treasurer,have examined the account of George Bartlett, 
Treasurer for the year 1831, and find it properly entered, cor- 
rect'y cast and the payments properly vouched, and the balance 
in the Treasurer's hands, deporiited in the Bunker-Hill Batik is 
Eifiht Hundred forty-four Dollnrs, eighteen cents — on the first 
day cf March, to which drde the account is made up. 

Thomas J. Goodwin "i 

James K. Frothingharn > Committee of Finance. 

John Skinner l 



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Statement 

Of the receipts and erpemhlur.s of Ike CharUsiown Free Schools, 
from May IS3\, (o ^pnl 2lsl I &32. 

Receipts, 

Bnlanro ppi- last year's statcmtnt 
A|)|)ri>prialir)ii l.y the tovvrj 
DividfticI oti Union Bunk Slock 
Iii!<^ri'tit on 'J'dwn !;n(c 
Ken! (.rriiinary Scliool [lonsos 
Cdsh of 11. G. Tcmiey lor books 



Expenditures. 

Sa'arirs of Grammar and Writing masters within (he neck, viz 
Chisiles Pierce from Warcli IlJh 1831 ^754 

Josiah Fairbaiik " Feh. 16, « 

^mos Baker " Mareli 24. '^ 




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7o;) 

619 23 



Samuel B.gelow " Feb. IG. «f ^.-.q ,.., 

LU len bv\an «' Msrch 7. »< 

'J'homas Sf<^phenson, Feb. 16. 1S32 
Swan 4« GuJiiver 



471 15 
83 53 
4 19 

$3361 27 



Salaries of Primary School Teachers to Feb. ,6, 183rviz 

Emelme G. Whinn;T ' ^^ "'^ 

Lusanna R. VVinting 

Mary Walker 

Ifannah Rt-a 

Rlariiaret \V. Locke 

Ann Brown 

Hannah I. Gates to April 21. 

P«'lly Jaqiieth 

Al.aga.l G. Tvvycross 

Eliza A. Cutler 

Amount carried forward, 




14 

Amount brought up ^ $B,e52 94 

Salaries of Teachers outside the neck. 

Milk Row— Catherine Blanchard $48 

Lucy Tufts 56 

Gardners Row-Mary W. Jeffords 78 

E. W. Sanuborn H2 

Winter Hill— Abagail Mead 96 

Moses W. Walker 123 18 

Russel District— Miranda Whittemore 78 

S. N. Cook 120 



Contingencies, 

Josiah Fairbank, books $26 37 

« «' making fires 12 

Wait & Bow, books 13 53 

Bunker Hill'^Bank, interest 37 79 
J. Thompson, insur'e on Primary Sch'l houses 2 25 

Isaac C. Frothingham, repairs 2 50 

Wm M. Edmands, " 31 34 

Edward Nichols, " 2 50 

Benj. C. Teel, " "^ 33 

Benj. Haynes " SO 10 

John Peak, " 4 22 

Harrison Wingate, " ^^ ^^ 

Isaac Pratt, *' 7 05 

Joseph Ingalls, *' 4 25 

Jeremy Wilson, " 6 37 

Matthew Griswold, *' ^4 47 

Blossom Whiting, " 10 ^3 

A. G. Twycross, *' 3 

Thomas J. Elliot, " 71 

Benj. Edmunds, " 11 98 

Abijah Monroe, " 3 10 

Guy C. Hawkins, " ''' ^3 



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Amount carried forward 379 66 ^6,364 12 



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Amount brought up, 379 68 ^^6,364 If 
Benjamin Thompson, blanks &, advertising 12 25 

" « wood 87 51 

James K. Frothingham, " 7 25 

Charles Johnson, '' 16 

Charles Gordon, '' 10 28 

G. C. Hawkins, " 9 80 

Alfred Carleton, " 6 75 

Luke Wyman, " 22 63 

Moses B. Langley, sawing wood 5 

Loammi Bouteil, " 5" 

Charles Pierce, sundries 6 82 

Jurnes Adams " 3 53 

Samuel Kidder & Co. ink 17 75 

John Doane Jr. brushes 3 67 

Reuben Swan, curtains 2 

Ballard & Co. advertising 75 

E. G, Whiting, allowance for rent 8 

Abagail Mead, cleaning school house 75 

Ambrose Cole, lumber , 3 43 



608 83 

Balance on hand 584 21 



$7,557 16 



Charlestown, April 21st, 1832. 

PAUL WILLARD, Treasurer. 



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STATEMENT 

of the EvpznJitwss for ths Suppjrt of the Pjor Sf R^pau's of ike 
Higliwaijs ill the Tjwii of C'i:irlestown,fi'om Murck 1831 to March 

1832. 

RECEIPTS. 

Cash rec'd of Bonj. Thompson 2 81 , 

Sum raised by the Town fur Overseers of 
Poor and Surve>/ois of Highways Dep't 3500 
Cash hired of Bunker Hill Bank 8000 

" " Merchants Bank SOO 

" Rec'd of the State Treasurer for 

support of State Piuipers 2235 10 

" by note in favor of Robert Winning 607 
" .rec'd for Labor of Paupers oa Sa- 
lem Turnpike 397 25 
" " of Warren Bridge Corp'n for Stone 184 14 
" " Canal Bridge Corp'n do 176 
" " Bishop Burns do 166 97 
" " Jonas L. Jennerson do 31 72-^ 
" " O. W. Preston do 72 85 
" " James Runey do 67 75 
" " E. E. Bradshaw for Oakum 44 06 
" " Thacher Magoun do 75 20 

" " Caswell do 95 12 - 

" " Daniel Sampson do 31 50 

" " Benjamin Brintnall . do 8 

" " Saml. D. Hunt do 24 33 

" " James Adams Jr for Iron work 8 65 
" " R. K, Blanchard, one ox 43 OZ 

" " " " Vegetables 23 97 

" " I. Wetherbee &, Co. do 10 3d 

" " John Wright do 9 92 



Amount carried forward, ^16,605 80 



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