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STATEMENT 

OP THE 

iSjcjjeuses of tftc SCoSiih 



CHAKIiESTOW 



COMMENCING 



MAY 1838, AND ENDING APRIL 1839. 



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TREASURER'S STATEMEI«'T. 



Receipts into the Treasury during the year. 

Balance on hand last year, per statement ^ 3,735 20 

Amount of Taxes Assessed - 20,041 28 

" of Abatements - 970 82 

" of Collector's Commissions 529 37 

1,500 19 



Amount received from Tax for 1828 18,541 09 

" borrowed by vote of the town, passed 

May 5, 1828, for paving 6,000 

" borrowed by vote of the town, passed 

August 19, 1828, for paving 3,000 

" borrowed by vote of the town, pass- 
ed Nov. 3, 1828, for paving 1,600 



10,600 

borrowed by vote of the town, passed March 

2, 1829, for Fire Department 1,000 

received for Rents of Market House, 1,339 36 

received for one year's rent of Hay Scales 20 
received of Joseph Phipps, Treasurer, to 

Paving Committee balance of their account 1 52 



Carried forward, $35,237 17 



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Bro't forward, §35,237 17 
Amount received of the following persons, Abut- 
ters on High street, b^ing their proportions 
of expenses for widening said street, viz : 

John M. Fiske 1 1 45 

Benjamin Edmands 11 69 

Timothy Walker 47 49 

William Austin 18 33 

Joseph Carter 7 39 

96 35 



received of Thomas Gould, for his 
note given to Committee for fencing 
Training Field 11 40 

received of Nath'I Crocker, do. do. 17 40 



28 80 



$35,362 32 



J Payments made to the several departments from 
the Treasury, during the year. 

POOR. 

I Amount paid Overseers' draft for support of 

Poor $ 1,500 

" paid balance in part due to Overseers 2,000 

3,500 



( SCHOOLS. 

t Amount paid Trustees' drafts for support of 

Schools ^ 7,000 

" paid Trustees' draft for repairs of 
„ School House on Town Hill 500 

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7,500 



HIGHWAYS. 

Amount paid Surveyor's drafts 1,000 



Carried forward, $ 12,000 



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4. 



Bro't forward, ^12,000 

CONTINGENCIES. 

Ann Bryant, balance for land taken for 

Bunker Hill street* $19 

Jehiel Smith, painting on School House, 

&c.* 7 49 

John Mitchell, services as Constable* 15 50 

S. B. Richards, refreshment for men at fire, 

5th March, 1827* 4 

W. C, Hunneman, two brass lamps for En- 
gine* 9 50 

Robert R. Turner, repairs on Swing Bridge 13 95 

Francis Adams, wood, sawing and splitting 10 67 

Silas Crane, ringing bell (Town Hill) 8 

Joseph White, printing notifications 22 66 

David Dodge, paid for recording Deeds, ^c. 5 52 

Jonas Tyler, for oil, wicking, &c.* 8 75 

Elias Crafts, for loss of a horse, paid by a 

vote of the town passed April 7 100 

W. C, Hunneman, for Torches &.c. for En- 
gines 26 

0. W. Preston, carpenter's work on Engine 

house No. 5 96 ^ 

L. Phillips and J. Hay, building hose house 

to Engine house No. 4 35 

John Getchell, mason work, &,c. to Engine 

houses Nos. 4 and 5 7 50 

Samuel Rugg, white washing Market house 

&c. 7 

Richard Frothingham, repairs on Hearse 

and Engine work* 9 42 

David Dodge, recording births, &c. 12 56 

John Stover, 33 bushels hair for new School 

House 6 60 



Carried forward, $425 12 1 12,000 



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425 12 $12,000 



der 



81 

3 50 

2 

3 68 
17 31 
26 13 



Robert R. Turner, labour and lumber, re- 
pairing swing bridge 
Lewis Hamlin, work on drains, &.c. 
James Runey, iron work for Swing bridge 
John D. Edmands, building shed, fence, &c. 

at School house 
Thomas Hooper and others, for interest on 
balance of their account for new 
School house 
Amos Drake, white washing Watch house 
John Getchell, repairing paving. Market 

house 
David Dodge, stationary 
J. J. Stowell, repairing town clock 
Silas Crane, ringing bell, (Town Hill) 



12 

19 

49 96 
23 35 
20 01 

10 

10 

23 20 

14 96 
36 26 

24 21 

13 21 



1 




3 


75 




42 


2 


37 


13 


50 



Carried forward, $885 94 $12,000 



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Ann Bryant, balance 

Bunker Hill street 
Jehiel Smith, painting 

&c.* 
John Mitchell, services 
S. B. Richards, refresh 

5th March, 1827* 
W. C, Hunneman, two 

gine* 
Robert R. Turner, reps 
Francis Adams, wood, i 
Silas Crane, ringing be 
Joseph White, printing 
David Dodge, paid for 
Jonas Tyler, for oil, wi( 
Elias Crafts, for loss o 

vote of the town pe 
W. C. Hunneman, for 

gines 

0. W. Preston, carpenter's work on Engine 

house No. 5 96 

L. Phillips and J. Hay, building hose house 

to Engine house No. 4 35 

John Getchell, mason work, &c. to Engine 

houses Nos. 4 and 5 7 50 

Samuel Rugg, white washing Market house 

&c. 7 

Richard Frothingham, repairs on Hearse 

and Engine work* 9 42 

David Dodge, recording births, &c. 12 56 

John Stover, 33 bushels hair for new School 

House 6 60 



Carried forward, $425 12 1 12,000 



Bro't forward, 425 12 $12,000 

William Austin, for land taken to widen Gill 

street 8 1 

John Pierce, teaming clay and timber* 3 50 

H. Yvelin, horse keeping 2 

Peter Durell, setting glass in Lamps 3 68 

John Hay, making cartridges 17 31 

E. L. Phelps, for eight casks powder 26 13 

James K. Frothingham, painting Engine 

No. 5, and Hose carriage 12 

Ebenezer Gage, balance of account, for 

work on Training Field* 19 

Joseph Thompson, lumber for repairs on 

Swiag" bridge 49 96 

Joseph White, printing Tax bills, &c. 23 35 

John Hay, repairs on Engines 20 01 

Engine Company No. 4, for playing first at 

fire at Gleason's house 10 

Engine Company No. 4, do. do. at Richard- 
son's 10 

Andrew Roulstone, white rope and fire 

hooks 23 20 

Robert R. Turner^, labour and lumber, re- 
pairing swing bridge 14 96 

Lewis Hamlin, work on drains, &c. 36 26 

James Runey, iron work for Swing bridge 24 21 

John D. Edmands, building shed, fence, &c. 

at School house 13 21 

Thomas Hooper and others, for interest on 
balance of their account for new 
School house 

Amos Drake, white washing Watch house 

John Getchell, repairing paving, Market 
house 

David Dodge, stationary 

J. J. Stowell, repairing town clock 

Silas Crane, ringing bell, (Town Hill) 

Carried forward, $885 94 $12,000 



50 




1 




3 


75 




42 • 


2 


37 


13 


50 



6 



Bro't forward, §835 94 $12,000 
Archibald Babcock, cash paid laying drains 

at Neck 32 61 

Caleb Syrnmes, Jr. Slate Stone, labour, &C. 11 53 
Jeremy VVilson. labour putting up sign boards 6 
David Devens, for lumber, &c. 18 20 

John Stephens, for tubs and taking care of 

Town Pound 1 1 60 

Josiah Harris, repairing lamps, painting 

Hearse house, &c. 29 8t 

Josiah Loring, books and Stationary for 

Assessors 22 87 

Matthew Skilton, horse and chaise hire to 

Powder house 
John Gould, building fences, &c. in 1821 
E. L. Phelps, for oil, &c. 
John Mitchell, for services as Constable, &c. 
Jacob Caswell, pump, &c. at Austin street 
Wm. M, Edmands, stove for Market house 
Paul Willard, cost paid by him in case Jno. 

Tufts and others, against the town 
Paul Willard, his services as Attorney 
Benjamin Haynes, repairing lanterns, &c. 
David Stetson, wood for Selectmen's room 

and Engine No. 1 26 30 

Alexis Pool, materials and work at Market 

house 15 94 

A. (S' S. F. Tufts, Iron work for Fire De- 
partment 19 90 
Jacob Caswell, Pump work 13 50 
Andrew Roulstone, repairs on Engines, &.c. 22 14 
Wm. M. Edmands, funnel, &c. for Market 

house 10 27 

Benjamin Edmands, painting at Market 

House 7 48 

Gershom Teel, iron work at do. and on 

Engines 9 05 



1 


50 


6 


25 


6 


17 


20 


61 


22 


07 


13 


38 


25 


13 


15 




16 


94 



earned forward, ^1,269 14 |12,000 



Bro't forward, 01,269 14 $12,000 
John D. Edmands, work at Engine house 

No. 3, 1 13 
Benjamin Phipps, oil and tallow 1 84 
Leonard Tufts, iron work to pumps, Sec. 6 15 
Jonas Tyler, for oil, &c. 7 33 
Asa Mellen, refreshment for Engine men 3 75 
Isaac Wait, building fence on Putnam street 12 30 
John Tapley, lumber for do. 7 49 
David Dodge, cash paid for .stationary, re- 
cording births, &c. 6 68 
Samuel C. Hunt, funeral charges, Mrs. True 

and children 28 
O. W. Preston, removing fence, Joiner street 2 63 
Rowland Center, refreshment for Engine men 4 50 
Andrew Roulstone, in part for hose carriage 34 95 
Thaddeus Harrington, refreshment for En- 
gine men 20 16 
John D. Edmands, Engine work 11 81 
Wm. C. Hunneman, suction hose, Stc. 21 
Wheildon & Raymond, printing 2 50 
John Getchell, mason work, Engine houses 4 37 
Leonard Tufts, repairs Engine No. 4, &c. 2 18 
Ira Mellen, refreshment for Engine men 18 
Seth Sawyer do do 20 
Nathaniel Jewett, three covering stones for 

reservoirs 21 
Engine Company No. 4, premium, fire at 

Joiner street 10 

Alfred W. Whittredge, repairs on Engines 1 1 74 

Geo. Davidson, printing Statements, &c. 47 

Geo. Davidson, do for Board Health 1 25 
Stephen Wiley, horse and carriage hire. 

Fire Department 5 

Samuel C. Hunt, refreshment for Engine men 45 27 

Charles Whitney do do 52 50 
Overseers of Poor, for 64 sign boards, paint- 

ing^&c. 74 24 






Carried forward,, $1,753 91 $12,000 



8 

Bro't forward, $1,153 91 $12,000 
M. Yvelin, refreshment for Engine men 45 

JVathan Tufts, & Co. wood for town house 

arid Wiatch house 1 1 

Engine Company No. 2, premium fire at neck 10 
Heman Hutchinson, refrbshment for Engine 

men 16 80 

Isaac Kendall, carpenter's work. Market house 9 23 
A. &. N. Sargient, oil for Engines, &c. 6 75 

Zephar Welherbe, refreshment for Engine men 3 62 
James Ayer, repairing pump, &c. 8 64 

■ 1,864 95 

WATCH, AND LIGHTING LAMPS. 

Am't of drafts paid in favour of Watchmen 624 62 

" " paid for lighting lamps, 358 
" " paid E. L. Phelps 

for oil 99 40 

" " paid E. Hathaway 

& Co. for do. 233 36 

" " paid E.L.Phelps 
/or do. 88 74 

421 50 

779 50 

1,404 12 

TOWN DEBT. 

Amount paid for interest ' 1,686 

PAVING STREETS. 

Amount paid th« Gommittee for paving Main . > . 

street, by vote of the Town passed May 5, 
1828 6,000 

Amount paid the Committee for paving street 
to the Canal bridge, by vote of the town 
passed August 19, 1828 3,000 

Amount paid the same Committee by vote of 

town passed November 3, 1828 1,600 

10,600 



Carried forward, f 27, 555 07 



Bro't forward, «27,555 07 

FIRE DEPARTMENT. 

Andrew Roulstone, for Hose carriage, in part 27 87 

Leavitt & Baldwin, for Engine hose, &.c. 41 5D 

W. C. Hunneman, for new Engine, and 250 

feet hose 930 63 

1,000 



NEW SCHOOL HOUSE. 

Thomas Hooper and others, a Comnnittee for building 
School house, balance of their account 

SALARIES. 

Town Assessors for making Taxes 400 

" Treasurer 250 

" Clerk 150 

" Messenger 100 

Clerk of Market, (balance due him) 26 07 



1,400 



926 07 



$30,831 14 
Balance on hand April, 1829, 4,481 18 



$35,362 32 



From the above balance is to be deducted ^192 81, for sundry 
accounts now unpaid ; also §288 due Watchmen, — leaving a bal- 
ance of $4,000 37, which will be appropriated to the payment of 
the expenses of the town, until monies are realized from the tax of 
1829, which will be in November next. The Treasurer states 
for the information of the citizens, that the town are indebted 
for monies borrowed on notes, the sum of $44,700, of which 
sum $32,600 is at five, and the residue at six per cent, interest. 

Respectfully submitted, by 

DAVID DEVENS, Town Trecmrer. 
Charlestow.v, April, 1829. 
* Unpaid last year. 

2 



10 



The following are the sums voted by the town 

for the current expenses of the year 1828. 



For the Poor 




$1,500 




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balance in part due to Overseers 


2,000 




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3,500 
1,000 


(( 


repairs of Highv/ays 






(C 


support of Schools 




7,000 




11 


repairs of School House, Town Hill 


500 












7 500 


tl 


Contingencies 






2,000 


It 


interest on Town Debt 






600 


(( 


balance due on erecting new 


School house 




1^400 


(( 


Watch and lighting Lamps 






1,500 


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commissions and abatements 


on Taxes 




1,500 


it 


Assessors for making Taxes 




400' 




iS 


Treasurer's salary 


J 


250 




a 


Clerk's do 




150 




it 


Messenger's do 




100 




tl. 


Police Officer do 




30 


930 




19,930 



Amount in the Treasurer's hands received of 
Military Exempts $190 



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OF THE RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES FOR THE 

SUPFOETT OF THE POOR 

Of the Town of Charlestoivn, from April 1828, 
to April 1829. 



RECEIPTS. 

Cash on hand, April 1828 |646 44 

" received part of an arrearage due from 
the Surveyors of the Highways, by the 
hand of the Town Treasurer, Dec. 20, 
1828 2,000 



'« " oftheStateTreasurer, June 19 2,088 74 
'<■ " do do Feb. 13, 1829 2,829 24 



2,646 44 



4,917 98 



" " of Bunker-Hill Bank, May 12 1,969 33 

" " of the Town Treasurer, Jan- 
uary 2, 1829 1,500 

" " of the Bunker-Hill Bank, Jan- 
uary 16, 1829 1,476 75 

" " of 0. Holden, balance of a 
fund for the support of Sarah Dizer 430 

" " of Samuel Abbot, on account 

ofS. Larkin 270 17 



5,646 25 



" of Josiah Harris, for Board 
of Pensioners 100 



Carried forward, $100 1 13,2 10 67 



12 

Bro't forward, §100 $13,210 67 
Cash received of Joel Ames, for land in 

Mason 70 

" " of the Town, for sign boards 74 24 
" " of James Rimej, for board 

of J. Turner 65 
" " of E. Breed, for board of E. 

Holmes 48 03 
" " of Amos Tufts, for board of 

C. Sweetser 16 

" " of D. Nahor, care of his son 5 

*• " of Isaac Delano, 1 year's rent 75 
" ** of Jacob Newcomb, rent in 

part 63 93 
" '* of Estate of W. S. Phipps, 

rent 15 

" " ofW. Whittemore,foracoffin 2 50 

" " of George Ross, for board 17 50 
" " , , of Surveyors, for cash lent 

January 17, 1829 200 

752 20 



Collected from the followin 


g Towns, viz J 






Needham 


76 60 


Stoneham 


4 




Boston 100 93 


Salem 


27 


82 


Weymouth 


10 50 


Chelmsford 


1 


87 


Methuen 


71 42 


Weston 


28 


25 


Wilmington 


21 50 


Maiden 


100 




Newton 
Received of Georg 


9 
e Pearc 








e and others, for 






vegetables 




91 


76 


" of Robei 


t Boyle and others, for 






board 




47 


45 


" of R. K. 


Blanchard and others, 






for Pork and 


Lard 


28 


58 


" of D. Devens^nd others, for 






oakum 






354 


38 



451 89 



Carried forward, $522 17 $14,414 76 



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Bro't forward, ^522 17 ^$ 14,4 14 tS 

I Received of First Baptist Society and oth- 



ers, for labor 72 83 

" of E. Jane, for pasturing 10 



Cash paid to sundry persons, viz 
For Grocenes. 
Skinner, Hurd, & Co. 
Samuel Abbot 
Phelps & Co. 
George Johnson 
Jonas Tyler 
Hichardson & Bowman 
Sylvester &, Go's 
George Goodridge 
Stanley & Reed 
Nathan Lynda 
Marshal Johnson 
John Cheever 
John Pettingill 

For Dry Goods, 8fc. 
Thomas J. Goodwin 
David Fosdick 
Archibald Babcock 
William Arnold, Jr. 
E. P. Mackintire 



605 



$15,019 76 



EXPENDITURES* 



467 


23 


196 


33 


343 


25 


19 


22 


£17 


42 


81 


73 


90 


17 


67 


59 


120 25 


9 


52 


18 


82 


40 45 


17 


99 


322 51 


276 


44 


230 55 


ei 


87 


133 


98 



1,689 97 



Carried for wawJ. $1,0223^5 $L689 9T 



14. 



BroH forward, 
William Tuft3 
J. & W. Bird 
Isaac Center & Co, 
Isaac Center 
John H. Brown 
William Arnold, shoes, leather, (Sfc. 

For Fire Wood. 
Savage k. Cross 
David Stetson 
Joseph Thompson 
A. Carleton 
Nathan Tufts & Co. 

For Beef, Mutton, Sfc. 
Solomon Hovey 
Smith & Frost 
Solomon Hovey, Jr. 
John Wright 
Calvin Whitin 
Arnold Cook 
Gardner Whitin 
R. K. Blanchard 
Samuel Skilton 
William C. Christy 
S. Bigelow 
Jacob Nevvcome 
Cyrus Skinner 
Benjamin Gay 
Fish & Phipps 
James Dugan 
Davis & Wetherbee 
Ebenezer Newcome 
Ebenezer Holden 
Beza Thayer 



i 1,022 35 ^1,689 01 
65 53 
98 39 
43 68 
38 66 
15 70 
190 42 
1,474 73 



108 
85 50 
80 

6 
596 69 



384 21 

133 70 

91 78 

22 50 

91 97 

45 56 

86 60 

178 28 

50 46 

57 84 

4 55 

63 93 

10 85 

19 88 

16 40 

7 65 

15 05 

16 66 
9 30 
6 07 



876 19 



Carried forward. 



1,313 24 
^5,354 13 



15 



For lAimher . 
Timothy Fletcher 
Joseph Thompson 
OHver Holden 
Ambrose Cole 
Goodridge & Fletcher 
J. M. Tapley 
Mr. Doane 
Timothy Walker 
John M. Robertson 



Bro't forward, $5,354 13. 

48 08 
48 26 
16 
25 28 

5 92 

3 66 

I 06 
24 08 
11 10 



Aaron Locke, for meal and grain 
Benjamin Teel, for crackers 
S. Sawyer do 

C. Tileston and others, for junk 

J. P. Sale and others, for hay and straw 
Nathan Adams and others, for potatoes 
A. Winn and others, for butter 
E. Jane and others, for fresh fish 
Charles Tileston and others, for old iron 
Josiah Harris, for paints and oil 

D, Devens, for coal and lime, &c. 

A. Tufts, for weighing hay and vegetables 
Ira Mellen, for vinegar 

D. Richardson and others, for horse and car 

riage hire for the house 
John Tufts, for ploughing 
Mr. Fish, for board of Mrs. 
John Adatiris, for hard ware 
S. Ferrin, for bricks 
For four live Pigs 
Lincoln & Co. for lead pipe 
Newell & Goodwin, for New Rum 
Bailey & Center, for do 



825 54 


44 


43 


88 


07 


337 


39 


73 


59 


68 


42 


31 


06 


22 


91 


20 


94 


53 


67 


51 


25 


3 


23 


4 





19 22 



183 44 



1,624 50 



Sanderson 


35 70 




20 70 




7 35 




13 38 




14 50 


Rum 


12 40 




23 80 



Carried forward, $155 05 ^7,162 OT 



18 



Bro't forward, 

Charles Brown> rent of land 

Joseph Tufts and others, for do. 

Josiah Harris, for support of Wm Green 

Town of West Cambridge 

City of Boston 

House of Industry, South Boston 

Solon Whiting 

Widow Brinckly 

Ann Cutter 

Sarah Smith, for E. Whitney, &c. 

Caleb Symmes, Jr. 

Samue" Kidder & Co. 

John P. Duncklee 

John Mitchell 

Jacob Caswell 

John Wilson 

Dr. W. J. Walker 

William Hancock 

E. Hooper 

Drs. Stevens &. Sprague 

Ann Newell 

Eliza D. Orcutt 

Jotham Jolinson 

Robert Mullet 

B. Thompson, for use of the Highways 

Pensions, Sfc. 
Widow of Moses Rand, Sen. 

" Sarah Smith, at West Cambridge 
Adam Cutter do 

Widow Hannah Jenkins 

" Elizabeth Bailey 

" Sarah Lawson 



$155 


05 $7, 


,162 07 


60 






78 


97 




36 


92 




35 


75 




17 


25 




2 


43 




21 




407 37 


10 




21 






21 






66 


90 




33 


53 




10 50 




11 


25 




23 


84 




120 






102 






8 






2 


73 




38 


59 




18 






18 






16 


61 




12 


95 




200 




734 90 


50 




37 






46 


75 




19 






11 






6 







Carried forward, $169 75 $8,304 34 



17 



Bro't forward, ^^169 75 




Error in Vvidovv Rand's pension 30 00- 


-$139 15 


Widow of John Harris 


15 


" of Ebenezer Mansir 


9 50 


" of D. Breeder! 


3 95 


Melicent Harris 


15 


Hannah Day 


4 


Thomas Bradley's wife 


6 


John Burdet 


7 


Mrs. Whittier 


3 


Widow of Ben. Welsh 


16 50 


Neddy Curtis 


29 


John Ingalls' family 


24 


]N"ancy ^jDhadwick 


16 


Mr. Neweli, for ti-ees 


10 14 


2 doz. Testaments 


4 


Poultry for Thanksgiving day 


20 74 


Miss Gage, Tailoress 


7 78 


John Cooper, Tailor 


2 75 


New England Farmer, 2 years 


6 


Tolls to Boston, for paupers, &c. 


11 13 


Joseph Wheat 


2 50 


Widow of John Edmands 


3 


Nancy Lyon 


4 20 


James Nichols 


3 25- 


William Badger's family 


3 


Sundry small articles for the house 


59 23 


Samuel Abbot, for Hugh Cox 


4 


Sundry disbursements for repairs, and othei 




small expenses 


96 40 


Bunker Hill Bank 


4,544 33 


Chairman's Salary 


400 


Keeper's do 


400 


Physician's do 


100 


Balance of cash account 


744 27 



,304 34 



/ 



6,715 42 
$15,019 76 



/ 



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RECAPITULATION. 

Dr.... The Overseers of the Poor. 

To balance of last year $ 646 44 

To cash rec'd of the Town Treasurer 1,500 
To cash rec'd of do. by vote of Town, 
as part of an arrearage due from 
the Highway Department 2,000 



$4,146 44 



CR....by balance on hand 744 'St 

By amount of our bill of supplies to 

the Highway Department 2,355 

Nett expenditure 1,047 17 

• $4,146 44 

BENJAMIN THOMPSON, Chah-man. 
Charlestown, April, 1829. 



19 



HIGHWAYS. 



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FOR MUNICIPAL YEAR ENDING APRIL, 1829. 



Benj. Wiley, hay 


$15 


91 


J. P. Frothingham, repairing harnesses 


6 


06 


Aaron Locke, grain 


30 


88 


David P. Winning, labour, balance last 






year 


32 




Aaron Locke, grain 


17 


44 


Winthrop Roberts, iron work 


1 




James Nahor, bricks 


15 




S. D. Marshall, paving stones 


65 


83 


Benj. Parker, bricks 


24 


75 


^. Knowlton, flag stones 


55 




Aaron Locke, grain 


57 




Fitch Cutter, labor 


12 


00 


William Tufts 


4 


48 


George Goodridge, powder 


3 


93 


Joseph Thompson, lumber 


7 


59 


John Tapley, lumber 


12 


47 


N. Knowlton, flag stones 


25 


80 


Alexander Winning, labor 


60 




Ephraim Warren, plough and cart 


86 


02 


John Wilson, labor, balance 


45 


63 


Seth Heaton, hay 


5 


84 


Benj. Adams, gravel 


3 




Edward Nichols, labor 


23 


50 


Joseph Bui-rill, hay 


8 


61 


David Devens, wharfage 


5 


97 


Carried forvi'ard, ^ 


5276 


84 ^328 87 



20 



Bro't forward, 
David Patterson, teaming 
Asa Weatherbee, labor 
E. L. Phelps, shovels 
Joshua P. Frothingham, repairing har- 
ness, &c. 
David P. Winning, labor 
Laban Turner, teaming 
John C. Magoon, labor 
A. Babcock, nails, &c. 

Thomas Hutchinson, labor 
A. & S. F. Tufts, iron vv^ork 
Aaron Locke, grain 
James Gordon, labor 

Samuel Haley, hay 
Nathaniel Berry, do. 
Nathaniel Lamson, iron work 
Charles Foster, horse and chaise 
Jonas L. Jennison, labor 
Nathaniel Jevvett, labor 
Caleb Symmes, do. 

Abijah Goodridge, refreshments for men 
Benj. Parker, bricks 
Edward Cutter, labor 

Zachariah Hall, hay 

Joseph Thompson, lumber 

Thomas O. Nichols, labor 

S. S. Jackman, labor 

David Richardson, horse and chaise 

David P. Winning, refreshments and hol- 
iday Uioney for men 
Benj. Thompson's bill 

Carried forward. 



$276 84 
7 50 
1 12 
5 52 



$328 81 



13 09 

404 58 

15 

10 47 

1 50 



20 




23 


32 


36 


42 


45 


75 


12 


65 


9 


05 


29 


42 


8 


75 


15 


75 


4 


31 


3 




54 


27 


2 


75 


26 




14 


24 


7 


22 


1 


50 


5 


50 


3 





32 03 

25 



721 37 



125 49 



82 93 



83 02 



31 46 



$51 08 $1,373 14 



Bro't forward, 
Albert Richardsoiij repairing cart 
William Jackson, teaming 
Aaron Locke, grain 



David P. Winning, balance of year's- la- 
bour •' 143 22 
A. Babcock's bill 25 
Josiah Harris' bill 105 44 
Overseers, tor ani't borrowed Jan. 1829 200 
Balance paid William Gordon, Treasur- 
er, 1829 25 IT 



$51 03 g, 1,373 14 

5 20 

37 50 1 

60 10 ' 

— 159 S8 



Balance per last year's statement 

Amount voted by the town 

Thomas Rice, for stone 

J. B. Phipps, for Paving Committee 

Borrowed of Overseers 

Jonas L. Jennison, stone 

Eben Breed do 

Francis Hyde do 

John Murray do 

Samuel Etheridge do 

Caleb &Edv/'d Pratt do 

Edward Cutter, sand 

Larkin Turner, stone 

D. P. Winning, sales stone to sundry 

persons 
Borrowed to supply deficiency 



19 


60 


1,000 




14 


87 


57 


36 


200 




9 


06 


9 


90 


10 




3 


10 


1 


25 


35 


81 


20 




1 


80 


44 


10 


600 





498 85 

\ 

$2,031 85 \ 



2,031 85 



BSKJAMiN THOMPSON, Treasurer. 

CHAELEST0W5, ApRIL 12, 1829. 



22 



FOR THE YEAR ENDING APRIL, 1829. 



PAY OF 


TEACHERS. 


Josiab Fairbanks 


700 


Lemuel Gulliver 


.500 


Samuel Bigelow 


700 


Charles Pierce 


800 


Peter Conant 


800 


Mary Walker 


225 


Ann Brown 


225 


Adeline Hyde 


225 


Polly Jaquith 


225 


Hannah Ilea 


225 


Elizabeth G. Whitin 


225 


Roxanna Jones 


225 


Abigail G. Twycross 


150 


Margaret W. Locke 


157 93 


Emeline G. Whitin 


168 12 


Mary Thompson 


73 67 


Eliza D. Ward 


88 


Joseph W. Jenks 


138 67 


M. Whitternore 


71 50 


P. R. Russell, Jr. 


120 


Maria H. Stearns 


es 


Samuel Pitts 


98 


Elizabeth Gerrish 


88 


C. C. King 


160 



$6,453 89 



Carried forward, f 6,453 89 



23 



Bro't foiwaid, $6,453 89 

REPAIRS OF SCHOOL HOUSE OK TOWN HILL. 



Jeremy Wilson, carpenter's work 

Josiah Harris, painting and glazing 

Ralph Pratt, mason's work 

John Tapley, lumber 

Timothy Fletcher, do. 

John Adams, nails and hard ware 

Samuel Rugg, white washing, &c. 



392 39 
64 06 
28 79 

132 05 

11 60 

42 07 

9 75 



PRIMARY SCHOOL HOUSE. 



David Smith, for building bought of him 
Joseph Wilson, building addition and repairs 
Benjamin Haynes, stove, funnel, &c. 



Crocker 8c Brewster 
Josiah Fairbanks 



BOOKS. 



SUNDRIES. 



Jotham Johnson, wood 

John Morrill, repairs 

Nehemiah Holden, setting glass 

Thomas Greenleaf, repairs 

Luke Wyman, wood, &.c. 

J. Fairbauk, desks, charge of female School 

House, &c. 
E. L. Phelps, pails 
Ballard & Wright, advertising 
Benjamin Russell, do. 
G. Y. H. Forbes, do. 
WheildonSt Raymond, do. 
William Tufts, cloth for curtains ■ 
John Adams, hard ware 
Ralph Pratt, mason's work 
Harri.son Wingate, carpenter's work 
Samuel Rugg, sawing wood, 8fc. 
Joshua Mixter, do. 

Carried forward, 



100 
77 
13 68 

381 58 
54 62 

40 49 

8 64 

3 53 

10 10 

19 75 

33 66 

5a 

2 50 
75 
75 

1 50 

3 30 

6 38 
5 90 

7 05 
10 25 

4 20 



680 71 



190 68 



436 20 



i]59 25 |7,761 48 



■\ 



Bro't forwaid, 8159 25 |7,761 48 

Alfred Carleton, wood 20 62 

Beajamiii Flaynes. funnel, &c. 25 08 

Jeremy Wilson, carpenter's work and lumber 32 19 
Benjamin Edmands, setting glass 4 80 

i^* John Tapiey, lumber 4 37 

y" . Lemuel Gulliver 8 20 

Bunker-Hill Bunk, disc't on money borrowed 35 58 

290 09 



$8,051 57 
Balance, . . 908 ,63 



^8,960 20 
To this balance should be added ^^190 68, due from the perma- 
nent fund, in payment for Primary School House. 

Balance per last year's statement $813 96 

Amount voted by the town 7,500 

interest on Tov/n Note 72 

Dividend on Union Bank Stock 192 50 

Rent of Primary School House 36 

Books sold 345 74 

8,960 20 

FUNSS OF THE CHARLESTOWK FKEE SCHOOLS. 
Union Bank Stock 3,500 

Tov/n Note 1,200 

Two Primary School Houses, rented at ^60 per year 490 68 



$5,190 68 
uct, appropriated as above, 190 68 



$ 5,000 

In the absence of the Treasurer the above statement has been 
prepared from his vouchers, and is submitted in his behalf. 

CHESTER ADABIS. 
Chaelestown, April 20, 1829. 



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