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RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES 



TOWN OF CHARLESTOWN, 



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CHARLESTOWN: 

PRINTED AT THE AURORA OFFICE. 
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TREASURER'S REPORT 
Of the Receipts and Expenditures of the Town of Charles- 
town, from, March 1, 1841, to March 31, 1842. 



EXPENDITURES. 

SUNDRIES. 

Paid County Treasurer for county taxes, 4,130 61 

Phoenix Bank, for money borrowed to 

meet current expenses 5,000 

Boston Savings' Institution, for do. 10,000 

Interest on money borrowed to meet 

current expenses 382 50 

Stoneham tax 44 

143 members of the Fire Department, 

amount of their poll tax 214 50 

For recording deeds 1 25 

Chief Engineer of Fire Department, bal- 
ance of appropriation for 1840 300 

Board of Health, balaace of appropria- 
tion for 184Q 40 

Town debt 23,400 

Interest on town debt 5263 32 

Outstanding claims 57 86 

Salary of Treasurer for 1841 800 

49,590 48 

Amount paid by Order of SeEectmeii. 

CONTINGENT. 

Paid David Snow, damages grading Cross st. 175 

Do. Cost of referees 30 

Upton & Farwell, printing 17 50 

Charles Forster, trees for training field 5 50 

Thomas Knight, ringing town bell 16 

Jasper Stone do. 16 50 

Fuller & Gould, cloth 6 75 

S. L. Armistead, sundries 1 

J. P. Dunklee, services 5 

David Dodge, recording, &.c. 21 81 

Amount carried forward, 294 OS 



Amount brought forward, 

C. P. Emmons, sundries 

P. R. Jacobs, ser?ices 

William Sawyer, services 

Charles Lapham, ringing bell 

Isaac Kendall, railing in town hall, &.c 

S. L. Armistead, setting glass 

Marcellua Carpenter, stationary 

Samuel Stoddard, printing tax bills 

John Mitchell, ringing bell 

Wm. W. Wheildon, printing 

Thomas Sumner, services 

Thomas Knight, ringing bell 

Samuel Fowler, labor 

David Dodge, recording births 

Jonathan' Howe, printing lists of Toters 

William Norcross, ringing bell 

Thomas Greenleaf, filling town dock 

Charles Sanderson, services 

Richard Nichols do. 

Perez R. Jacobs do. 

Charles Poole, setting glass 

Wm Cate, ringing bell 

Jesse Mann, removing horse 

Seth Sawyer, refreshments 

A. Stowell &- Son, taking care of town 

clock 
iSdward Adams, rope 
T. H. Farnsworth, labor 
Thomas Knight, ringing bell 
Abijah Blanchard, work 
Hoyt & Kelley, gutter stone 
Jasper Stone, ringing bell 
Seth J. Thomas, coal 
Thomas J. Elliott, work on prison point 

bridge 
S. L. Armistead, sundries 
David Dodge, services 
Isaac Kendall, repairs on market house 
Perez R. Jacobs, services 
Charles Sanderson do. 
Richard Nichols do. 
James G. Fuller, coal 

Amount carried forward ^ 970 72 



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Amount brought forward, 970 72 

Samuel Stoddard, notifications 14 83 

Jasper Stone, ringing bell 15 

Thomas Knight, do. 15 

John Bartlett, services as pound keeper 20 
Samuel L. Armistead, disbursements 2 47 
David Dodge, sundries 11 47 

- Horatio N. Perkins, administrator, for 

2898 feet land, to widen Bunker . 

Hill street 325 

John L. Roberts, administrator, for 120 

feet land, to widen Bunker Hillst., 8 19 
Nathaniel Grover, for 1297 feet land 

fordo. Ill 

Charles Sanderson, notifying town 

meeting 
Perez R, Jacobs, do. 
Richard Nichols, do. 
William Cate, ringing bell 
J. W. Mulliken, repairs 
Wm. H. Bacon, painting signs 
D. & Z. Bowman, powder, oil, &c, 
A. D. Pattee, setting glass 
Samuel Stoddard, printing 
Charles Sanderson, services 
Richard Nichols, do. 
Perez R. Jacobs, do. 



Funeral Services of late President Harrison. 
Paid D. & Z. Bowman, powder 29 23 
E. P. Mackintire, dressing 

church, &c. 23 23 

Charles Lapham, services 12 50 

Asa B. Barker, artillery 11 50 

Boston Brigade Band, music 88 
Caleb Rand, printing 19 05 

Richard Haughton, advertising 

in Atlas 14 50 

Beals & Greene, do. in Post 1 1 
W. W. Wheildon, do. in Aurora 9 
Philand. Ames, dressing church 20 50 
Wm Cate, tolling bell 1 50 



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Amounts carriedforward, 240 01 1,598 55 



Amounts brought forward, 240 01 1 ,598 55 

Jasper Stone, tolling bell I 50 

Wm Norcross, do. 1 50 

John Mitchell, do. 1 50 

Richard Nichola, services 2 00 

S. L, Armistead, do. 5 

J. P. Dunklee, and C. Sanderson, 

services 4 

Charlestown Infantry, cleaning 

arms 10 

C. P. Emmons, crape, &c. 7 25 
J. W. Mulliken, batons, 2 10 

John P. Flagg, merino 8 70 

Fuller & Gould, use of do. 7 23 

Warren Phalanx,cleaning guns 10 
Geo. P. Reed, use of singing 

books 2 25 

H. W. Greatorex,playing organ 12 
Proprietors Daily Advertiser, 

printing 5 67 

Proprietors Boston Courier, do. 5 67 
Dutton & Wentworth, printing 

eulogy 26 75 



353 13 

D. & Z. Bowman, oil, povrder, &c. 14 08 

Wm. M. Edmands, stove work 11 10 

Wm Hodgkins, work 2 

B. D. Sherburne, carriage hire 1 75 

Beals & Greene, advertising 2 
Caleb Symmes, Jr. repairing hearse, &c. 5 29 

Richard Nichols, services 5 

Perez R. Jacobs, do. 2 42 

John Harris, stationary 8 91 
Gilbert Tufts, for land, 293 50 

award of referees 84 377 50 

A. W. Austin, writing deeds, &c. 5 

James Dana, professional services 10 

Wm H. Bacon, setting glass 8 50 

Seth Sawyer, refreshments 18 95 

Jona, Weare, land to widen Phipps st. 20 
Perez R. Jacobs, notifying town officers 3 

Benj. Loring & Co. printing 16 

Richard Nichols, services 8 33 

Charles Sanderson, services 5 



Amount carried forward, 2,471 51 



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Amount brought forward, 2,471 51 

Samuel Stoddard, printing 3 50 

Proprietors Daily Advertiser 4 50 

Tolman Willey, professional services 13 

D. & Z. Bowman, oil, &c. 6 51 

Caleb Rand, printing town expenses 61 

James Dana, professional services SO 

Eayres & Fairbanks, stationary 33 50 

Thomas Sumner, services 5 45J 

W. W. Mesaer, assignee, paper 1 50 

James E. Farwell, printing 12 75 

Samuel Stoddard, do. 6 50 

Richard Nichols, services 5 

Charles Sanderson, do. 11 

Thomas Greenleaf, lumber, &e. 14 61 

Jacob Caswell, pump work 6 95 

Wm H. Bacon, setting glass 1 50 



HIGHWAYS, 

Paid James Deblois, services 1 15 62 

do. do. 88 50 

Thomas Rand^ team and labor 23 25 

Robert Sanborn do. 41 12 

Fitch Cutter, do. 20 25 

Edward Cutter, do. 20 25 

Turner «So Savage do. 17 50 

. Samuel T. Prescott do. 6 

James Deblois, service^ 80 31 
Edward Cutter, labor and disbursements 56 50 

Fitch Cutter do. 41 50 

Samuel T. Frost do. 59 49 

Mary P. Torrey, gravel 25 10 

Turner & Savage, team work 32 50 

Joseph Miller, labor 1 25 
Benj. Hadley, labor and disbursements 144 31 

Hittenger & Cook, labor 23 08 

Michael Hittenger do. 4 08 

Jesse Wilson do. 17 50 

T. O. Nichols do. 4 

James Deblois do. 57 37 

Moses H. Caldwell do. 3 



2,678 75 



Amounts earned forward, 882 48 2,678 75 



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22 75 


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Amounts brought forward, 882 48 2,678 75 

Osgood Dane, labor 
Thomas O. Nicholjf, do. 
Miles Gardner, do. 
Levi Bennett, do. 
Wm A. Russell, do. 
Thomas Teel, do. 
Moses Griffin, do. 
Aaron Dickson, do. 
George W, Hayes, do. 
Philemoa R. Russell, do. 
James Frost, do. 

Maiden Bridge, tolls 
James Deblois, disbursements 
Hill & Chamberlain, copper priming rod 
Joseph Teel, labor 
Wm. A. Tufts, cutting stone 
Thomas J. Elliott, guide boards, &c. 
James Deblois, services 

Do, disbursements 

Nathaniel Ayer, labor on cross bridge 
Mass. State prison, curbs and stone chips 29 23 
Proprietors Maiden bridge, tolls 10 74 

James Adams & Co. shovels, &c. 12 55 

Nathan Lynde, gravel 21 30 

George S. Adams, edge stone, &-c. 13 

Thomas Hunnewell, wheelwright's work 6 49 
Turner &> Savage, teaming 15 75 

John Paine, work 3 03 

Benjamin Phipps, harness work 19 71 

Weeman &Gleason, blacksmith do. 3 18 

James Deblois, disbursements 32 62 

Benjamin Thompson, lumber 4 98 

James Deblois, services, &c. 193 12 

Moses Wells, highway work 15 45 

D. & Z. Bowman, powder 3 50 

Isaac Barker, labor 34 37 

Thomas Greenleaf & Co., lumber 12 44 

H. E. Percival, chip stone 8 75 

J. L. Jennison, sundries 3 20 

James Deblois, services and disbursem'ts 57 60 
Robert Sanborn, team work, &c. 8 62 

Samuel T. Frost, gravel 18 50 



Amounts carried forward, 1,863 18 2,678 75 

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Amounts brought forward, 1,863 18 2^678 75 

Joseph Clark, gravel 
Mary Torrey, do. 

Benj. Hadley, labor and disbursements 
Jonathan Teel. labor 
H. P. Waldron, painting 
Joshua Mixter, labor ~ 
Wm H. Bacon, painting 3 

James Deblois, labor and disbursements 90 
Pascal Sprague, labor 9 

James Debiois, services and disbursem'ts 78 
Hoyt & Relley, flagging stone 
Goodnow &L, Blanchard, team work 
True Morrill, stone chips 
Wm A. Russell, labor and teams 
John C. Magoun, do. 
Charles Poole, painting 
Weeman & Gleason,work 
Goodridge &< Mulliken, lumber 
Hoyt &. Keliey, stone chips 
Nathan Lynde, gravel 
Benj. Thompson, lumber 
George S. Adams, hard brick 
Turner & Savage, teaming 
Mass. Stnte Prison, stone chips 
J. & J. Davis &Z, Goodnow, gravel, &c. 40 
Mary P. Torrey, gravel, &.c. 
J. R. Howard, stone 
Thomas Hunnewell, work 
James Deblois, services 
West Boston Iron Co., castings 
Ivory Randall, labor 
Robert Milliken, do. 
Charles M. Briant, top to reservoir 
Robert B. Johnson, carting gravel 
Joel P. Fletcher, carting stone 
Jotham Johnson, lumber 
Samuel S. Raymond, repairs, &c. 
Wm. Hodgkins, tools, repairs, &c. 
Thomas J. Elliott, labor and timber 
John Harding, Jr. blacksmith work 
James Deblois, services 
Edward Cutter, labor 
Nath'I S. Reynolds, labor 2 66 2,702 80 

Amount carried forward, 5,381 55 



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Amount brought forward, 



5,381 55 



SALARIES. 



Paid David Dodge, town clerk 

S, L. Armistead, town messenger 

J. P. Dunklee, police officer 

J. K. Frothingham, \ 

W, H. Bacon, > Assessors 

J. Clark, j 

P. R. Jacobs, police officer 

Ebenezer Barker, chief engineer 

James Deblois, assistant engineer 

C. H. S. Arnold, do. ending April 

30, 1841 
Hiram Allen 
John Sylvester 
James M. Caswell 
Jonathan Stover 
John Sanborn 
Jacob Hittenger 



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LAMPS. 



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500 

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Paid David Edmands, oil 622 

John B. Wilson, trimming and lighting 

lamps 523 

William H. Bacon, setting glass in 

lamps, 
Charles Poole, work 
Thomas J. Elliott, setting lamp post, &c 
Harrison Wingate, ladder 
D. & Z. Bowman, wicking 
Wm H. Bacon, glazing, &c. 
Harrison Wingate, lamp posts, &c. 
George W. Little, lamps, &c. 
Wm H. Bacon, setting glass 
H. V. V. Blanchard, do. 
David Edmands, oil 
D. & Z. Bowman, wicking 



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3 75 
16 75 
78 28 

4 12 



1,412 08 



Amount carried forward, 



1,292 50 

8,086 13 



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Amount brought forward, 

MILITARY. 

Paid Thirty five members of Charlestown 

Artillery 175 

Forty members of Warren Phalanx 200 
Forty six do. of Charlestown Light 

Infantry 230 

Forty seven do. of Columbian Guards 235 

Two do. of Boston Artillery 10 



8,086 13 



850 00 



SPECIAL GRANTS. 

Paid Thomas Greenleaf, filling Town Dock 
as per statement at end of the report, 



1,800 00 



FOR REPAIRS ON MARKET HOUSE. 

Paid Jenkins & Beal, repairing market 

house 281 76 

Jonathan Locke, paving cellar 58 70 

Jonas L. Jennison, cleaning 2 75 

Amos Kendall, repairs 127 01 

Palmer & Whipple, do. 17 

Snow & Worcester, painting 17 42 

Thomas Greenleaf, lumber 17 39 

A. Wilbur, sundries 31 63 

Isaac Kendall, work 7 79 



561 45 



WATCH. 

Paid Salaries of Watchmen 2415 80 

Wm M. Edmands, funnel, &.c. 1 46 

D. & Z. Bowman, oil 9 23 

Ames Drake, work on watch house 15 

Calvin Simonds, wood for do, 3 75 

Isaac Kendall, work 3 50 

Joel Dix, Jr., 1 1-2 cords wood 11 25 

Joseph P. Perkins, labor 9 00 

Thomas Greenleaf, wood 7 75 

Wm H. Bacon, do. 17 

Benjamin Edmands, setting glass 1 33 



Total amount of orders drawn by Board of 
Selectmen 



. ^,478 24 
$13,775 82 



13 



Orders of the Board of Trustees. 

PAID FOR THE SALARIES OF THE TEACHERS. 

WINTHROP SCHOOL. 

Joshua Bates, Jr. 900 

Samuel Swan 900 

Harriet N. Felton 225 

Caroline M. Sylvester 225 

Lewis B. Munroe 37 50 

John A. Sanborn 37 50 



HARVARD SCHOOL. 




Paul H. Sweetser 


900 


Robert Swan 


600 


Mary J. Whiting 


225 


M. S. Fernald 


65 63 


Sarah C. Reynolds 


168 75 


Caroline R. Wiley 


39 58 


Sarah J. Child 


39 58 


WARREN SCHOOL. 




Samuel L, Gould 


76 92 


Daniel H. Forbes 


875 


Joseph T. Swan 


779 32 


Sarah J. Hay 


225 


Susan L. Sawyer 


223 75 


Lucy Blanchard 


222 91 


Alfred O. Lindsay 


80 



2,325 00 



2,038 53 



BUNKER HILL SCHOOL. 
Benjamin F. Tweed 900 

Thomas S. King 420 



2,482 90 

1,320 GO 
800 GO 

260 95 

260 62 
Amount carried forward, 9,488 00 



PROSPECT HILL SCHOOL. 


Cornelius M. Vinson 




RUSSELL DISTRICT. 




E. A. Caverno 


140 95 


Levi Russell 


120 


GARDNER DISTRICT. 




Catharine A. Pollard 


140 62 


Joel Pierce 


120 



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Amount brought forward, 9,488 00 

PRIMARY SCHOOLS. 

No, 1. Malvina B. Skilton 210 

2. Mary Walker 210 

3. Charlotte A. Sawyer 210 

4. Martha P. Stockman 192 50 

5. Elizabeth H. Dodge 210 

6. Eliza B. Adams , 210 

7. Sarah C. Smith 210 

8. M. E. Chamberlain 210 

9. M. H. A Dupee 105 
Elizabeth Ernes 105 210 

10. Joanna S. Putnam 210 

11. E. B. Marshall 210 
12: Lydia A. Keith 210 

13. Sarah C. Reynolds 52 50 

Susan M. Nichols 153 36 205 86 

14. Jane M. Burkess 210 

15. • Esther M. Hay 210 

16. Lydia W. Locke 105 
Hannah M. Austin 105 210 

17. . Mary E. Brown 210 

18. Leonora Skilton 192 50 

19. E. P. Whittredge 210 
26. Sarah M. Burnham 210 
21. Cynthia Brockett 93 57 



CONTINGENT EXPENSES 


OF 


SCHOOLS. 


Paid Oliver Jaquith, rent 




22 50 


C. P. Eramons, books 




174 03 


A. Stowell & Son, sundries 




7 75 


M. A. Chandler, services 




8 65 


Isaac Kendall, services 




2 80 


William Stearns, do. 




6 75 


Isaac Pratt, do. 




90 


E. P. Whittredge, do. 




56 


A. P. Dickson, do. 




3 GO 


Luther Rugg, care of Warren school 




house 




28 



254 94 13,742 43 
Amounts carried forward, 



15 

Amounts brought forward, 

R. F. Sanborn, sundries 

Benjamin Grover, do. 

Nancy Fuller, care of school house 

Lydia W. Locke, making fires, &ic 

Jane M. Burkess, do. 

Lydia A. Keith, do. 

M. E. Brown, do. 

Leonora Skilton, do. 

M. W. H. Dupee, do. 

M. B. Skilton, do. 

E. B. Marshall, do. 

B. F. Ricker, services 
Benjamin Thompson, coal, &c. 
Samuel Abbott & Co., mats, brooms, &c. 17 51 
James Tworably, repairs 
Snow & Worcester, setting glass, &c. 
Joseph Phipps, brush, &c. 

C. A. Ford, sundries 
Marsh, Capen & Lyon, books 
Forster, Lawrence &;Co., fixtures 
Caleb Rand, printing 
Benjamin Edmands,. painting 
Nancy Fuller, care of school house 
Jerome Thorp, do. 
M. M. Thorp, do. 
Jerome Thorp, do. 
J. Ireland, sundries 
C S. Hall, care of school house 
J. P. Perkins, labor 
Ralph Pratt, do. 
John Sanborn, coal, &c. 
Marsh, Capen & Lyon, books 

Do. do. 

Richard Nichols, services 
S. J. Richardson, sweeping 
E. P. Mackintire, balance paid G. W. 

Warren, treasurer 
Oliver Jaquith, ren.t 
J. G. Foster, disbursements 
Sarah M. Burnham, do. 
Palmer & Whipple, repairs 
J. Hunnewell, sundries 
Q. A. Harrington, do. 

Amounts carried forward, 756 56 13,742 43 



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Amounts brought forward, 756 56 13,742 4S 

M. M. Thorp, sundries 2 70 

E. P. Whittredge, do. 1 

J. B. Wilson, do. 1 

Marsh, Capen & Lyon, books 5 

Winthrop Church, rent 25 

Wm. W. Wheildon, printing 85 1& 

S. J. Richardson, sweeping 2 

Cornelia S. Hall, care of school room 11 
J. L. Jennison, labor 10 50 

Clement Noyes, do. 2 41 

J. B. & C. Wilson, repairs 37 33 

Caleb Rand, printing 5 50 

C. P. Emmons, books 209 92 

Oliver Jaquith, rent 22 50 

Martha E. Symmes, service* 8 

Joshua Mixer, labor 50 

J. B. & C. Wilson, work 3 

E. P. Whittredge, disbursements 50 

J, F. Brown, sundries 8 

William Stearns, sweeping B. H. school 

house 
Benjamin C. Teel, sundries 
C. M. Vinson, disbursementa 
Levi Orcutt^ sundries 
Jeremy Wilson, repairs 
Jonathan F. Locke, do. 
Elizabeth Emes, services 
M. M. Thorp, disbursements 
G. S. Putnam, do. 
Ann J. Ramsay, work 
G. J. Lindsey, do. 
G. J. Lindsey, do. 
Q.. A. Harrington, do. 
Samuel F. Ireland, sundries 
John Harris, books 
Samuel Ferrin, rent 
Seth J. Thomas, coal 
Goodridge &. Sanborn, wood, &c. 
M. M. Thorp, sundries 
S. L. Armistead, services, &c. 
First Universalist Society, rent 
Harvard Church, rent 

Amounts carried forward, 1,713 97 13,742 43 



6 50 


4 95^ 


1 75 


2 


24 71 


18 62 


4 


1 65 


3 


1 50 


1 50 


1 50 


3 20 


2 40 


29 38 


28 


204 


118 53 


5 70 


3 50 


25 


25 



17 



Amounts brought forward, 

Charles Woodbury, sundries 

Cornelius Walker, services 

Luther Rugg, care of Warren school 

house 
J. L. JennisoR, labor 
Jacob Foss, rent 
H. G. Waldron, sundries 
Mass. State Prison, stone chips 
Nancy Fuller, care of school room 
Cornelia S. Hall, do. 
Seth J. Thomas, coal 
Oliver Jaquith, rent 
Winthrop Society, do, 
J. G. Fuller, coal 
Sanborn & Goodridge, do. 
John Murray, chairs, &c. 
James F, Teel, sundries 
M. M. Thorp, do. 
Moses Babcock, sundries 
Mary Walker, do. 
Jerome Thorp, do. 
E. A. Caverno, disbursement 
J. Farnsworth, services 
Benjamin Thompson, vrood, &o, 
George W. Little, stoves, &c. 
John Babcock, repairs, 
H. V, V. Blanchard, work, &c. 
Foster, Lawrence & Co., fixtures 
Abijah Blanchard, repairs 
G. J. Lindsey, sundries 
Caleb Rand, printing 
George S. Adams, mason work 
Nancy Fuller, care of school house 
Snow &, Worcester, painting 
P. E,. Jacobs, sundries 
Charles P. Gage, carriage hire 
Clarke & Varney, repairs 
E. P. Maekintire, disbursement 
Samuel Daggett, carriage hire 
Cornelia S. Hall, care of school house 
Leonard Tufts, sundries 
J. B. Caldwell, do. 



1,713 97 


3 50 


5 

1 


20 


4 50 


6 


2 16 


8 75 


21 95 


U 25 


72 25 


22 50 


25 


15 62 


269 50 


8 81 


2 


2 


7 49 


3 


3 50 


50 


2 


9 38 


14 13 


27 79 


8 27 


33 66 


52 72 


1 50 


5 50 


10 50 


20 25 


16 17 


1 25 


7 50 


164 57 


75 


22 25 


e 13 25 


1 


60 



13,742 43 



Amounts carried forward, 
3 



2,641 59 13,742 43 



18 

Amounts brought forward, 2,641 59 13,742 43 

Stephen Swan, wood, &c. 
Harvard Church, rent 
Benjamin Edmands, painting 
Wm. M. Edmands, stoves, &c. 
Alson Studley, services 
Jesse Wilson, repairs 
Jotham Johnson, wood, &c. 
Seth J. Thomas,, coal 
John Harris, books 
Fosdick &Z, Carter, sundries 
Samuel Kidder & Co. ink 
Joseph Cheney, sundries 
Wm Arnold, do. 
John H. Scott, care of Warren school 

house 
Knowles & Skilton, brushes 
Universalist Society, rent 
Wm A. Davis, sundries 
Foster, Lawrence & Co., repairs 
Snow & Worcester, setting glass 
Benjamin Thompson, coal 
Sanborn & Goodridge, wood and bark 
Seth J. Thomas, coal 
E. B. Marshall, care of school room 
George W. Stone, repairs 
Abijah Blanchard, do. 
J. H. Eussell, setting glass, &,c. 
Nancy Fuller, taking care of school 

houses 
Levi Russell, wood, &/C. 
Aaron Dickson, sawing wood 
C. P. Emmons, books 



2,641 59 


20 


25 


10 19 


127 08 


3 


4 38 


8 37 


5 25 


6 83 


2 


14 75 


1 


12 30 


>Ol 

20 62 


9 50 


25 


4 99 


1 62 


1 82 


34 72 


: 102 42 


17 


2 


1 


55 14 


6 90 


01 

22 


13 90 


6 


28 20 



3,238 07 



SPECIAL APPROPRIATION. 

Paid Clarke &, Varney, primary school 

house 915 

Gilbert Tufts, land for do. 188 06 

Clarke & Varney, repairs on Harvard 

school house 518 

J. B. &/ C. Wilson, repairs on primary 

school houses 566 75 



2,187 81 

Total amount of orders drawn by Board of 

Trustees f 19,163 31 



19 



Orders of the Board of Overseers of the Poor, 

FOR DRY GOODS. 



Paid W. H & T. B. Preston 


163 28 




S. G. Phipps 
John Skilton 


713 71 

197 75 




Nancy Winchester 


27 07 




Fuller & Gould 


280 98 




John P. Flagg 
John Melvin 


4 
17 40 




William Arnold 


12 88 








1,417 07 


FOR GRAIN, MEAL, : 


ETC. 




Paid E. & S. Munroe 


532 59 




H. Crosby & Co. 


80 92 




John Kent 


8 52 




Benjamin Teel 
Abel Fitz 


64 47 
165 62 




Crosby & Tufts 
Wesson & Garey 
E. Munroe, Jr. 


210 84 

243 75 

37 20 








1,343 01 


FOR PROVISIONS 


, 




Paid Jotham Johnson, Jr. 


321 17 




Cristy & Wason 


812 87 




Abijah Munroe 
John W. Hollis 


155 07 

116 45 




J. Herrick, Jr. 


17 43 




Noah Sanborn 


13 22 




Oliver Frost 


35 65 




Soloraon Hovey 
James Dugan 


14 73 

119 62 




James Damon 


148 31 




David Patterson 


10 24 




Harwood Hazleton 


27 06 




Timothy Piper 
Isaac C. Dyar 


4 59 

14 70 




Azel Sanborn 


3 30 








1,314 41 







Amount carried forward, 



4,075 39 



20 



Amount brought forward, 

FOR GROCERIES. 

Paid John L. Taggard 
Phineas J. Stone 
H. N. & J. B. Albee 
H. T. Meserve 
Sawtell, Jacobs & Co. 
Edward A. Ward 
D. & Z. Bowman 
Taggard & Mackintire 
H.& S.P.Hill 
Jesse Harwood 
S. Abbott & Co 
Jotham Johnson, Jr. 
John Melvin 
Jonas Tyler 
Warren & Goodridge 
Asa Flanders 
L. A. Chamberlain 
Abel Barker 



FOR COAL 

Paid Sanborn & Goodridge 
Leonard Grant 
A. Tirrell 
Seth J. Thomas 



FOR 

Paid Benj. Thompson 
Thomas Greenleaf 
Jotham Johnson 
Oliver Dickson 
Otis Clapp 
A. G. Howard 
Goodridge & Mulliken 
Thomas Hunnewell 
Thomas Greenleaf & Co. 



4,075 39 



138 85 


953 11 


6 23 


107 51 


149 21 


12 81 


619 94 


39 63 


262 22 


2 57 


89 64 


141 27 


2 


60 38 


3 46 


6 


3 


6 74 


AND WOOD. 


293 88 


154 87 


31 


183 


LUMBER. 


120 03 


333 73 


43 08 


12 80 


2 80 


2 64 


78 42 


2 70 


21 87 



2,553 07 



662 75 



618 07 



Amount carried forward, 



7,909 28 



2\ ' 

Amount brought forward, 7,909 28 

FOR IRON, JUNK, ETC. 

Paid Francis T. Wait 3 50 

Nathaniel Lamson 63 48 

Benj. G. Blanchard 48 87 



FOR BOOTS AND SHOES. 



Paid Charles Poor 
C. H. S. Arnold 
Newhall Martin, Jr. 
Samuel Poor 



156 


18 


68 


10 


41 


78 


1 


50 



FOR REPAIRING HARNESSES, ETC- 



Paid Charles Mullett 

Samuel S. Raymond 
Benjamin Phipps 
Francis Sisson 


2 99 
3^' 38 

8 05 
1 87 


FOR SALARIES. 




Paid Abijah Munroe 
James R, Turner 
Phillips W. Potter 
Z. Janette Shavr 
Henry Lyon, M. D. 


400 
400 
159 

78 
80 



FOR LABOR. 

Paid Isaac Kendall; work 5 87 

Francis T, Wait, tin work 10 
Charles Wiggins, carriage do. 7 

Swain Anderson, do. 18 

Jonas Barrett, mason work 37 

John Branan, labor 30 

Weeman &« Gleason, shoeing 17 46 



105 85 



267 66 



16 29 



1,117 00 



Amounts carried forward, ,125 33 9,415 9S 



22 

Amounts brought forward, 125 33 9,415 

Stephen Bennett, mason work 8 13 

W. Hodgkins, iron work 9 

M. A. Shattuck, sewing 46 64 

John Bogue, tailoring 41 

Jacob Caswell, pump work 14 75 

Mass. State Prison, shoeing 28 72 

James Emery, iron work 50 

Jonas Barrett, labor 7 

Wm M. Edraands, iron work 8 38 

Francis T. Waitt, do. 60 

Thomas Hunnewell, wood work 2 88 



FOR SUNDRIES. 

Paid C. P. Emmons, books, (fee. 22 84 

John Harris, do. 2 92 

Nathaniel Watson, board, 60 43 

Rogers &. Arnold, medicines 112 65 

Samuel Kidder &, Co., do. 7 86 

Snow & Worcester, paints, &.C., 78 97 

Isaac Lothrop, hats 11 24 

Charles Thomas, do. 13 1^ 

David Edmanxls, oil, 78 68 

Caleb Symmes, Jr., burials 24 

Knowles & Skilton, brushes 14 10 
Abijah Munroe, disbursements 1,710 36- 

James Adams, hard ware 64 9& 
Sanborn & Goodridge, commissions 19 51 

David Smith, fish 25 05 

John Harding,' do. 14 80: 
Dr. J. W. Bemis, Medical attendance 17 

S. Bailey, stove 9 

Wm. Stickney, spice 2 50 

Wm. M. Edmands, stove, &c. 12 61 

A. Stowell & Son, spectacles 2 28 

Benj. Thompson, lime 10 80 

Charles P. Gage, horse hire 7 

Isaac F. Williams, rat traps 21 37 

J. G. Loring, lead pipe 7 32 

Marshall Blanchard, bricks 3 50 

Samuel Ferrin, do. 20 43 

John M. Sawyer, sand 4 



391 



Amounts carried forward, 2,379 37 9,807 81 



23 

Amounts brought forward, 8,379 37 9,807 81 

Hoyt &- Kelley, stone 
Samuel Cutter, seeds 
Fosdick & Carter, goods 
H. Hutchinson, do. 
Perley Cleves, bedstead 
Winslow Sl Delano, onions 
William M. Edmands, tin ware 
Geo. W. Little, do. 

James Gould, soap 
Absolarn Rand, do. 
Amos duimby, spiles to wharf 
Hoyt & Kelley, capping to do. 
Benj. G. Blanchard, posts do. 
Samuel C. Hunt, piles do. 



FOR RENT. 



Paid Smith Dyar, 

Charles Appleton, 
Clement Noyes, 



FOR COSTS, ET€. 

Paid P. R. Jacobs, services 
Jesse Mann, fees 
Charles Sanderson, 

Total amount of Orders drawn by Board of 



8,379 37 


34 


3 92 


31 40 


4 96 


5 85 


87 


4 66 


29 34 


I 


m 27 


141 


303 24 


16 


51 54 


10 


46 50 


37 50 


9 29 


3 50 


2 



3,023 42 



94 00 



14 75 



Overseers of Poor $12,939 98 



Orders ofEn^itieers of the Fire Bepartiiieiit. 

Paid Samuel S. Raymond, repairs of Engines, &c., 
Caleb H. S. Arnold, services as clerk, &c., 
Benj. Edmands, repairs, houses, &ic., 
H. &, S. P. Hill, oil 
Herman Hutchinson, do. in 1840 
Samuel S. Raymond, repairs done in 1840 
Caleb Rand, printing 

Amount carried forward, ' 243 88 



69 


84 


40 




2 


71 


5 


40 


1 


68 


115 


75 


8 50 



refreshments, &.C., viz : Eng 



24 



Amount brought forward, 243 88 

- Clark & Varney, repairs I 25 

S. S. Raymond, Hose 874 21 

Ames Drake, repairs on Houses 1 75 

John C. Chamberlin, teaming 1 
Clerks of Engines ; allowances for clerks, stewards, 

ne No. 1 128 33 

2 103 33 

3 128 33 

4 128 33 
9 128 33 

6 75 

7 128 33 
Hook &. Ladder Company, 64 16 
Gilbert Tufts, land purchased for engine house, 

No. 7 150 

Samuel S. Raymond, repairs of engines 128 75 

George Fuller, do. d.o. 9 25 
do. do. do. do. and houses 32 84 

Frederick A. Fisk, do. engine houses 12 48 

Charles Poole, badges 5 

James M'Donald, hauling engine 2 

Ames Drake, repairs of houses 9 25 

Michael Hittenger, repairs of engines 90 

Palmer & Whipple, repairs on engine houses 120 90 

Weeman & Gleason, do. engines 9 87 

James Emery, do. do. 1 

James Poor, do. do. 5 50 

William Stowell, moving engine house No. 7 30 

Palmer & Whipple, repairs of do. 32 35 
William C. Hunneman & Co., repairs of engine 213 

William S. Phipps, rent of land for No. 2 11 

George Foster, repairs of engines 1 25 

Joseph Miller, do. No. 6 2 14 

Charles Poole, repairs on houses 26 62 

Charles Sanderson, stationary 88 

George Fuller, repairs of Engine 22 88 

Samuel S. Raymond, do. 39 

Ames Drake, do. house 10 83 

David Goodridge, oil 4 72 

Hoyt & Kelley, repairs on reservoirs 3 57 
Eben. Barker, refreshments for out of Town Engines 8 

Z. Osgood, do, 1 



Amount carried forward, 2,490 31 



25 

Aiinount brought forward, 52,490 31 

John Melvin, refreshments for out of town engines 
David S. Tucker, do. 
Moses Babcock, repairing key 
Snow &. Worcester, repairs on engine houses 
William Hodgkins, do. on reservoirs 
Elias Thayer, repairs on engines 
George M. Knapp, services 
James Adams, shovel 
Parker Bailey, repairs 

Charles Kimball, furniture for engine house, No. 3 
Thomas Hunnewell, repairs 
Samuel Daggett, hauling hook and ladder 
Thomas O. Nichols, teaming engine 
John Harding, Jr., repairing reservoirs 
Elias Crafts, Jr., stationary, No. 3 
Benj. Thompson, coal, No. 2 
Charles P. Emmons, stationary. No. 3 
Thomas M. Cutter, lamps, No. 3 
Crafts & Carter, teaming hose 
Wm. C. Hunneman &, Co., repairs of engines 
Wm. M. Edmands, do. houses 
Rogers & Arnold, repairs of engine 
Michael Hittenger. do. 
Hittenger & Cook, do. 
Jotham Barry, Jr., do. 
Samuel S. Raymond, do. 
John Williams, do. 
Wm. W, Wheildon, printing 
John Harding, Jr. repairs of engines 
D. & Z. Bowman, oil, &.c. 
Samuel Rugg, repairs of engines 
P. R. Jacobs, service.^ 
D. & Z. Bowman, oil for No. 7 
Sawtell, Jacobs & Co. do. No. 5 
Grafts & Co., teaming engine 
Wm. Hodgkins, repairing reservoirs 
James Walker, refreshments for out of town Engines 

March 20 . 

Bigelow &, Stinson, do. 
Cutter & MuUett, do. 
Jotham Johnson, Jr., do. 
Jotham Barry, Jr., keys and badges 

Amount carried forward, 2,953 52 

4 



1 6 


35 


10 






50 




74 


1 


50 


8 




1 


50 


1 


25 




33 


88 


75 


2 


86 


5 


25 


2 




3 


20 




50 


4 


75 


2 


74 


2 




7 


93 


100 




32 55 




75 


6 


50 


6 


40 


10 20 


30 


23 


3 


50 




75 


2 


12 


10 


53 


2 




4 


75 


4 50 


6 


75 


3 20 


3 


15 


BS 

19 




27 




7 


79 


17 


06 


14 33 



26 

Amount brought forward, 2,953 52 

C. H. S. Arnold, repairs of engines 75 
Jonas Tyler, oil for hook and ladder, No. 6 1 17 

Joseph Miller, repairs of engine 75 

Oliver Brown, oil and tallow 4 44 

Cutter & Mullett, oil, &c. No. 4 2 42 

John L. Taggard, do. No. 1 7 36 

Total amount of orders drawn by the Engi- 



neers of the Fire Department $2,970 41 



Orders ®f Coanmlttee to Hulld Keservoir at 
head of Pleasaait Street. 

Paid Hoyt & Kelley, stone, &c. 80 

Caleb Symmes, Jr., labor, &.c. 187 83 

George S. Adams, sundries, 24 75 

Turner & Savage, do. 22 50 

Thomas Hunnewell, do. 6 55 

$321 6.3 



Orders of the Board of Health., 

Paid Caleb Symmes, Jr., services 

Thomas Waters, attendance on sick 

Thomas Connor, do. 

George Wright, do. 

E. Buttrick, services 

P. R. Jacobs and others, dislributing notices 10 

J, W. Bemis, medical attendance, vacci 

nating, &c. 
P. R. Jacobs, services 
A. E. Downing, labor 
Caleb Symmes, Jr., burying E. Payson 

Do. do. O. Keene 

Wm. W. Wheildon, printing 
A. E. Downing, labor 
Lucinda Johnson, services as nurse 

Ammrnt carried forward, 169 9t 



9 




2 




33 46 


2 




3 


70 


s 10 




52 




I 


50 


3 




9 




9 




16 


25 


3 




16 





27 



)unt brought forward, 


169 91 


Wm. Sawyer, services 


9 48 


Tolman Willey, do. 


5 


D. C. Willis, services as secretary 


40 


J. W. Bemis, medical attendance 


15 


James Hanson, labor 


3 


Charles P. Gage, horse hite 


8 75 


A. E. Downing 


3 


J. Cooney 


50 


M, Veras 


2 



Total amount of orders drawn by Board of Health $256 64 

(Errors Exceptea.) ISAAC BLANCHARD, 

March 31, 1842. Toivn Treasurer. 



Heport of Comoiittee of Finance. 

The members of the Finance Committee, having been ap- 
pointed by the Town to examine and audit the accounts of 
the Treasurer and Collector, have carefully made the exami- 
nation required of them and find said accounts well kept. — 
The items embraced therein being accurately entered and cer- 
tified and properly vouched — there being in his hands, March 
31, 1842, a balance of thirty one thousand six hundred and 
twenty six dollars and eighty five cents. 
$31,626,85 

TIMOTHY T. SAWYER, 1 

JOHN L. TAGGARD, 1 „ 

RICHARD FROTHINGHAM, Jr. f 'committee. 
WILLIAM WYMAN, J 



Loan of ^^,000 Bollar§. 

At the last May meeting, the town passed the following 
vote : 

" That the Treasurer, with the approval of the Committee of 
Finance, is authorized to hire for the use of the town, from the 
Lowell Institution for Savings, in Lowell, the sum of fifty 
thousand dollars, for the term of twenty years, bearing an 
interest of five per centum per annum, payable annually." 

This loan has been taken by the Treasurer, and during 
the past year, he has paid off town notes to the amount of 
$23,400. 



2^ 



Outstandings Demands. 

Orders now in the hands of the Town Treasurer. 
Viz. Board of Overseers order, No 11 504 87 
do. 12 586 64 



Engineers of Fire Department 



1,091 51 

84 75 

;l,176 26 



Town Hock. 

Disbursements made by Thomas Greenleaf, for fill- 
ing Town Dock, constructing drain and re- 
servoir, viz. 
JohnR. Howard's bill 1,270 50 
Samuel Saunders' do. 700 25 
Ashael G. Clark's, do. 51 64 
Sundry persons 132 46 



Signed. David Dodge, Tow7i Clerk. 




—^ /4(, I If* «J«L» 


Appropriations for 


1841. 




For support of schools 




17,000 00 


New primary school house and alteration of 




two houses in training field 




2,000 


Support of Poor 




6,000 


do. arrearages for 1840 




1,000 


Fire Department 




3,000 


Watch 




2,200 


Lamps 




1,300 


Highways 




2,500 


Contingent expenses 




2,000 


Reservoir on High street 




300 


Interest on town debt 




4,600 


Abatement of taxes 




1,000 


Salaries of Collector and Treasurer 




800 


Town Clerk 




300 



Amount carried forward, 



44,000 00 



29 

Amount brought forward, 44,000 CO 

Town Messenger 120 

Clerk of Market and Police officers 100 

Chief Engineer 200 

Assistant Engineers, 4 at $25 100 

Assessors 500 

Payment of Town Debt 5,000 

Completion of Almshouse wharf 600 

Building house for Juvenile offenders 300 

Repairs on market house 500 

Support of Poor, per vole passed November 3,700 

Filling Town Dock 1,800 



$56,920 00 



Bn 



Chairman of Board of 

The following accountSj ex-amined by the Auditing Committee, are printed 
Town of Chaelestown, in Account with 



March 19, 1841. To Cash paid Chairman per vnte of Board, 400 00 

" " B. Thompson, for lumber 79 20 

" " D, Edmands, for Oil 27 18 

" " Goodridge & Mulliken, for Lumber 39, 59 

" " Boston, lor supporting Poor 60 00 

" " do. do. do. 19 32 

2p " " J. Runey, for earthern ware 6 97 

" " T. J. Elliot, surveying 1 50 

April 5 " " A. Munroe, Chairman, Balance 1,268 85 

, $1,902 61 



Dr. 



Town of Charlestown, 



in Account with 



March 27, 1841. 



April 16 



1? 



May 1 



13 



Feb. 26, 1842. 
Mar. 8 
14 



To Cash paid P. J. Stone, for groceries 466 24 

" " C. Appleton, for rent 26 00 

" '■' S. Poor, for shoes 26 91 

" " do. for disbursements 7 18 

" " C. Colburn, for shoes 19 25 

" " S. Chamberlin, for sewing , 3 50 

" " Snow & Worcesier, for paints 5 68 

" " do. do. do. 43 27 

" " J. C. Marion, for hay 7 16 

" " Wm. Sawyer, for postage 2 13 

" " C. Brown, for rent of land 30 00 

" " L. Grant, for wood ' 121 50 

" " Gould & Hawse, for hay, 5 32 

" " J. Livermore, for Cow 50 00 

" " Gould & Hawse, for hay 3 61 

" " Chadbourn, Libbey &. Co., for hay 8 67 

" " P. T. Allen, for wood 119 50 

" " t. Stetson, for hay 7 04 

" " Wm. Munroe, for potatoes 88 00 

" " Win. Nudd, do. 57 00 

" " " A. Stewell & Son, for spectacles 2 Oa 

" " R. Payson, for rent 20 00 

" " Town Treasurer, per receipt 225 00 

" " " " " 2,950 86 

" " " " « 100 00 

" " J. R. Turner, for small disbursements 177 73' 

" " Town Treasurer, per receipt 887 4e 

" " City of Boston, for supporting poor 61 62 

" " " " " House of Correction 65 91 

Balance in hands of Chairman 151 51 

$5,740 06 
ABIJAH MUNROE, 
Chairman of Overseers of Poor r 



1,432 


15 


18 


72 


186 


39 


228 


60 


36 


75 


Si, 902 61 



Overseers Account. 

by request of the Chairman of the Board of Overseers of the Poor. 
Samuel Poor, as Chairman of Overseers of the Poor. Cr. 

March 15, 1841. By balance of account audited to March, 15th, 1841 
'• Cash received of Needham for supporting poor 
" " " Boston, '• " 

" " " T. T. Sawyer, for odkum 

" " " Wellfleet, for supporting poor 



Abijah Monroe, as Chairman of Overseers of the Poor. Cr. 

By Cash received of S, Poor, balance of account 

" " " Town of Sherburne, for support 

ingpoor 

" " " Town of VVoburn, do. 

" " " City of Salem, do. 

" " " Sanborn & Goodridge, for de- 

duction on bills 

" " " Town of Burlington, for support- 

ing poor 

" " " E. Crafts, for Pasturing 

" " " City of Lowell, for board 

" " " M. Harrington, do. 

" ^' " C. Symmes, Jr., for Coffin 

" " " Town of Roxbury, for support- 

ing poor with small pox 

" " " T. M'Dougal, for board 

" " " R. Tenney, for manure 

" " " Town of Gloucester, for sup- 

porting poor 

" " " " Newton, do. 

" " " A. Babcock, for cow 

" " " Town of Newburyport, for sup- 

porting poor 

" " " Town of Brighton, do. 

" " " " Middleborough, do. 

" " " " Weston, do. 

" " " " Needham, do. 

" " " " Maiden, do. 

" " " " Beverly, do. 

" " " " Townsend, do. 

8 " " " H.& S. P. Hill, deduction on bills 

" " ," C. P- Gage, 

" " " State Treasurer, for suportitig 

St. paupers 

" " " T. M'Dougal, for board 

" " " G. Shelden, for oxen 

" " " J. R Turner, for sale of sundries 

12 " " " J. Johnson, Jr,. and others, for 

oakum, &c. 
15 " " " Town of Marblefaead.for sup- 

porting poor 

" " " A. Monroe, for Hogs, &c. 

23 " " " Town of Cambridge, for support 

ing poor 
25 " " " City-of Boston, do. 

95,740 05 



April 


5, 1841. 
17 


May 


21 
24 




29 


June 


2 


Aug. 


7 




17 


Sept. 


3 


Oct. 


22 


Nov. 
Jan. 


15 
18 
19, 1842. 


Feb. 
Mar. 


28 
5 
15 
22 
23 
25 
2 



1,208 


85 


107 


67 


16 


93 


20 


86 


36 


00 


10 


29 


6 


8r 


1 


00 




50 


3 


00 


55 


43 


38 


00 


4 


00 


28 


68 


18 


00 


15 


00 


21 


12 


8 


50 


2 


(0 


10 


50 


45 


52 


22 


51 


10 


00 


14 


10 


S 5 


15 


1 


09 


2,950 


86 


AO 


00 


1 12 


5P 


349 


01 


120 


00 


36 


00 


135 


74 


2 


00 


222 


55 



Charlestoiev, April 16, 1842. 
'Fhe members of the FiDancei Committee having been chosen to audit the 
accounts of the several Boards, find the foregoing accounts to be properly vouch- 
ed, there being a balance of one hundred and fifty one dollars, and fifty one cents 
in the hands of Abijah Monroe, Chairman of the Board of Overseers, to the 
credit of the Town. 

RICHARD FROTH INGHAM, Jr., •! 
TIMOTHY T. SAWYER, 1 ^ ... 

WILLIAM WYMAN, >uommitiee= 

JOHN L. TAGGARD. J 

March 31, 1B42. 



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