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pany by Virtue of these Presents ; And if any Member shall refuse or
neglect to Serve as Clerk, in his turn as aforesaid or get some other
Member to serve in his Stead, he shall forfeit & pay the Sum of Teun
Shillings,

7th. That our Company shall not exceed the Number of Thirty Per-
sons, No New Member to be admitted. No Alterations to be made in
these present Articles, nor any Sum of Money above Five Pounds to be
disposed of until the Meeting next alter the same is first proposed and
the whole Company acquainted therewith by the Clerk as aforesaid, nor
without the Consent of Two Thirds of our whole Number, the whole
Two Thirds being met. And that all other Affairs relating to the Com-
pany shall be determined by Three fourths of the Members met, And
that the Time of entering upon Business shall be one Hour after the
Time appointed for Meeting as aforesaid.

8th. That each Member shall keep a List of all the Subscribers
Names fixed in open View near the Buckets & Bags or forfeit the Sum
of One Shilling.

9th. That all Fines & Forfeitures ariseing by Virtue hereof shall be
paid to the Clerk for the Time being for the L'se of the Company to be
a Common Stock. And if any Member refuse to pay any Fine or For-
feiture aforesaid when demanded his Name shall be razed out and he
shall from thenceforth be Excluded the Company.

Lastly. That upon the Death of any of our Company the Sur-
vivors shall in Time of Danger as aforesaid be aiding & assisting to
the Widow of such Decedent during her Widowhood in the same



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mauner as if her Husband had been living, She only keeping the
Buckets tv^ I^aj'^ in repair & causing the Same to be sent to every Fire as
aforesaid.

In Witness whereof "We have hereunto set our hands the Day and
Year first above Written.



Isaac Williams
Obadiah Eldridge
Jacob Shoemaker
Jonathan Zane
William Moode
Thomas Hine
Edward Cathrall
George Sharswood
Moses llewes
John Jones, Jun'
John Langdale
Thomas Say
Barnaby Barnes
John Biddle
Jacob Shoemaker jun''



John Howell
Benj* Betterton
Andrew Bradford
W" Calleuder
Joseph Noble
Sol. Fussell
Jno Pole
Abram Jlitchell
Samuel Powell
Joseph King
William Corry
Caspar Wistar
John Wister
David Deshler
Alex"^ Cruckshank
Joseph Stiles
George Hitner
■ • • • Jonathan Carmalt.

17^9. 3Iarch 7. — Agreed to purchase 12 convenient Bas-
kets at the expence of the Co., and place in the liands of
Isaac "Williams, Edward Catherall, Jacob Shoemaker, Jona-
than Zane, "William Callender, Benjamin Betterton, Sol.
Fussell, John Poie and Caspar "Wistar — that said Baskets
be marked, and only used for preserving the goods and
effects of such as shall be in danger.

1743. April 2. — The death of Thomas Iline reported.

174s. — Four ladders belonging to the company are kept
at John Jones, on Chestnut street ; Samuel Morris, on
Second street; Henry Keppele, on Market street, and
widow "Wistar, on Market street. Four others are kept
at Joseph King, on "Water street; John Heads, on Second
street; Samuel Morris Jr., on Second street; Reuben
Haines, on Market street. Two ladders at Thomas Clif-
ford, on Water street; and in alley adjoining Thomas
Morris on Second street.



The Fdlncshqi Fire Company of FJoladelphia.



477



Noy.emher 6. — The old articles of association of 1738 wore
re\'ised, and the following now one added : That the Buckets
& Bags so provided be hung near the front door of each of our
dwelling houses, & he that neglects to keep them shall forfeit
and pay 5 shillings for every Bucket k Bag wanting aforesaid,
k each member shall provide a list of all the subscribers
names k place it near the Buckets & Bags in open view,
on failure of which he shall forfeit and pay one shilling.

These re\Tsed articles were signed by the following
members:

Caleb Carmalt
Jacob Shoemaker
Joseph Thomas
Edward Cathrall
Uriah Woolmau
Caspar Wistar
John Lukens
Thomas Pryor
Richard Wistar
John Steinmetz
Henr}" Keppele
Jeremiah Elfreth
Samuel Jervis
William Clark
]Mordecai Lewis
James Wilson
Sol. Fussell
John Langdale
John Biddle
John Howell
Joseph Baker
Alexander Cruck-

shank
William Callender
Thomas Myer
Timothy Matlack



Isaac Williams
Benjamin Morgan
Jonathan Zane
Thomas Hine
Thomas Say
George Sharswood
Reuben Haines
Jolni S [?]
William Gibbons
John Kuowles
Edward Middleton
Joseph Dean
William Savory
Joseph King
Thomas Calvert
Samuel Coates
Closes Howes
John Pole
W. Corry
Jacob Shoemaker

Jr.
vSamuel Bryan
Benjamin Better-
ton
George Ilitner
Joseph Noble
J. Morris



Obadiah Eldridge
^STathan Zane
William Moode
Aquilla Jones
James Stevens
Thomas Shoe-

maker
Charles Jerns
Alexander Huston
James Sparks
Thomas Clifibrd
William Harts-

horne
George Bartram
Thomas Tilbury
William Wister
Samuel Morris Jr.
Samuel Powel
John Jones Jr
Barnaby Barnes
Tliomas Morris
John Wister
David Deshler
Andrew Bradford
Jonathan Carmalt
Joseph Trotter
Samuel Pancoast



478 The FdloirsMp Pirc C<)mpani/ of Philadifphia.

December 12. — Six axes to be purcliased and to be marked
F. F. Co. on tlie handles.

174-0. October 1. — John Laugdale retires from the com-
pany 0'\\-ing to his leaving the ProN^nce, and makes a present
of his buckets to the company.

1747. 31ay S. — It was proposed to unite \\'ith another
fire company and procure an engine.

17^8. June 6. — The ladder on the Work House wall
being much exposed, ordered that it be removed to John
Biddle's in Elbow Lane.

November Q. — Proposal to proN-ide ourselves with an
engine by subscription.

December 6, — The Union Fire Company proposes that, a
committee of two from each lire company be formed for
inspecting the condition of all the fire engines and lad-
ders in the city. Isaac Williams and Edward Catherall
appointed.

174-9. July 2. — Jacob Shoemaker Jr. and Thomas Say
appointed to collect funds for a new engine.

August 2. — Collected by Shoemaker and Say, \\\\\\ cash
in hand of Clerk £82.9.10, handed to Pole and Callender
for Bill of Exchange, to buy a -ith rate fire engine.

Rec*^ of Thomas Say & Jacob Shoemaker Jr. the sum of
Forty nine pounds eight shillings, subscriptions and Thirty
seven pounds one shilling & 10** Stock money belonging to
the Fellowship Fire Comp'' of the city of Philad* k put
into our hands by order of s"* Com-' to purchase a Bill of
Exchange to remitt to London for a Fire Engine for the
use of s^ Com^

William Callender.

John Pole.

1750. March 7.— We have received of Elias Bland,
London, a fourth rate fire engine costing £49.1.3, clear of
freight and commissions. Isaac Williams, Edward Cath-
rall, and William Callender appointed to obtain permission
to place the engine near Friends' Meeting, Second and



The FdloivslJp Fire Company of Philaddphla. 479

Market streets, and also to have the name -' Fellowsliip
Fire Co." painted on it. Isaac Williams, Timothy Mat-
lack, Jonathan Zane, and L^aac Shoemaker Jr., are to keep
the keys to the engine house. A *' Tubb" to put leather
pipes in, ordered to be purchased.

1761. June J.— The Clerk for the next meetin-i, to notify
the members that they are desired to meet to Consider a
proposal for insurance of houses. [Caspar Wistar, John
Pole, and William Callender were appointed to meet the
delegates of other fire companies at the Standard Inn, on
Market Street.]

1754. February ^.—Admission fee on joining the com-
pany £2.

1755. July 7.— Xotice has been given to provide some
other place for our fire engine, and Jonathan Zane, Jacob
Shoemaker Jr., Sol. Fussell and John Knowles were ap-
pointed to apply to Friends' School Corporation, for the
continuance of the place where it stands, and if thev do not
succeed, to apply to the City Corporation for leave 'to fix it
as near the Court House as may be. Matthew Pratt is to
repaint the engine.

1757. January ^.—Twenty one members being present,
it was agreed that our company meet at Peter Robeson's,
until they shall agree to remove elsewhere. [Meetings
were held at Robeson's until April; then at Mathias Culp's
from April, 1757, to June, 1758, when Robeson's was ao-ain
selected.] °

The Fire Engine belonging to the Company is in a house
in Second Street on the Lott belonging to the Friends
Meeting, the key may be had of W- Savery or Charles
Jervis or Jacob Shoemaker Jr. The Ladders" are : One ai
Joseph Kings, one near Tho' Says or S. Morris, one at
Widow Wisters, one at John Head's, one at Henry Kep-
ple's, one at Reuben Haines, one at John Jones' Alley,
Chestnut Street, one at Sanmel Morris Jr., one at Thomas
Clifibrds.

One Ladder under the eves of the Butcher's Shambles on



480 The FdloicsJo.p Fire Qjnqmni/ of Philaddphia.

the south side near to the Meat Market — Since placed under
the Meat ^^.larket. The Branding L-on is at Jos. King's.

1759. Du'cmbei' 3. — Reuben Haines, Clerk, reported that
members had been notilicd of place t>f meeting and the
time ; that an alarm of iire, which broke out at 7 p.m. and
lasted until 2 o'clock, prevented him making the usual
monthly inspection of the apparatus, they being chietly at
tlie fire, wliere the engine played to admiration, far exceed-
ing all others there.

176^. Fehraari/ 6. — Be it Remembered that this was the
Day of the Meeting of tlie Fellowship Fire Co., but they
were prevented from attending as usual occasion, by the
Inhabitants being of this City alarmed by the Beckstang
[Paxtang] Rioters coming down in a Hostile Manner, never-
theless the condition of the Company's Buckets & Bags
were Lispected by John Knowles on behalf of John Corry,
and for the foregoing Reason all fines are excused this month.

Novemha' 5. — Being Election Day in the County, no fines
for absence.

1766. October 10. — Jacob Shoemaker Senr., being an
ancient and well respected member of this Company, it is
agreed that in the fature he be not charged with fines and be
at liberty to attend meetings whenever his health will allow.

1767. March 2. — Enoch Story, one of the Deputies from
the Union Fire Co., appeared with a proposal for our uniting
with the rest of the fire companies of the City, in agreeing
upon a proper person to undertake the care of all the en-
gines in the City and keep them at all times in good order.
[At the following meeting this was not favorably considered.]

May 4. — Thomas Cliftbrd is desired to enquire of the
members of the fire company of Burlington X. J., whether
they are willing to exchange their engine for ours, and to
examine its size and quality, and if he thinks it \\\\\ suit us,
to enquire terms of exchange. [jSTo report on minutes.]

1767. October 5. — The Company in the future is to meet
at the Bull's Head, on Third street, kept by Benjamin Davis.

1772. Au^.ist 3. — John Lukens, Surveyor General ; John



The Fdbvrshjp Fire Coinpariii of Fhiladi^phia.. 481

'S\n8ter, and Thomas Say, ancicTit and respectable nieml)ers
resign, ^Yith concern to tlie members. It is hoped that
young men may fill their places and not let the Company
decline.

„ „ August 3. 1772.

I'RIENP TiLRUltY,

As I .am about to set out for Reading on Proprietary Business and
cannot attend the Fire Company this evening, please to inform them
that I decline meeting them any more as a member, of which they are

hereby notitied.

Jno. Lukexs.
To Thomas Tilluey.

17'?'o. January ,?, — Paper received from other fire com-
panies, requesting a deputation to meet them, to consider a
plan for the better supply of water for our fire engines.
Thomas Pryor and Thomas Morris appointed delegates.

177G, May 6. — Several members stated that they will be
under the necessity of removing into the country on account
of the alarming situation of Public affairs, and therefore de-
sire the Company to excuse them from all attendance — which
being considered by the members present, it is their opinion
they should only pay one shilling, for each time absent.

1778. January 5. — The British troops ha\"ing taken pos-
session of the ^leat Market, makes it necessary for us to
remove the ladder there.

February 2. — William Wister, clerk, the only member
present at meeting.

To Tue Felloavship Fire Co.,

As I am advanced in years and very infirm, I desire to be excused
from meeting any more,

from your Friend

Joseph Tp.ottePw.

1780. December 4- — [Last entry.] Mordecai Lewis and
Samuel Coates reported a new set of articles, which with
some alterations agreed to, and the Clerk is directed to
purchase a new Minute Book and therein transcribe them,
and request the niembers to meet in order to sign them at
the next meeting, Chamless Allen, Patterson llartshorue
and Ebenezcr Large applied for membership.

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NOTES AND QUERIES.

List of Officers Killed and WorxPF.D xear Fokt Dl-quesnk.
— We are indebted to the courtesy of Mrs. M. J. B. Chew, Germantown,
for the following copy from the original manuscript among the Chew
Papers, of the ollioers jiresent and those killed and v/ounded in the ex-
pedition of General Braddock against Fort Duquesne. By comparing
this list with the one printed in Sargent's " Hi-tory of au Expedition
against Fort Duquesne in 1755," some additional names will be found.

A List of the Officers who were present & of those killed

& WOUXPED IX THE ACTIOX OX THE BAXKS OF THE MOXOXGAHELA

THE 9tu Day of July 1755.

Staff.
His Excellency Edward Braddock Esq'' General & Commander in Chief

of all his Majesties Forces in North America . . . died of his wounds
Rob' Orme Esq' )

Roger .Morris Esq' j. Aid de Camps wounded

Geo. Washington E^q' j
W^ Shirley Esq' Secretary ....
S' John S'"Cl9ir Deputy Quarter :\raster Geni
Matthew Lesley Genl-Assistant to the Quarter

Master General ....

Francis Halket Esq' Major of Brigade .



killed
wounded

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S' Peter Halket Colonel

Lieutenant Col. Gage

Capt. Tat ton

Capt. Hobson

Capt. Beckworth

Capt. Githius

Lieutenant Falconer .

Lieutenant Sittler ' .

Lieu tent' Bay ley

Lieut. Dunbar

Lieut. Pottenger

Lieut. Halket

Lieut. Treeby

Lieut. Allen

Lieut. Simpson

Lieut. Lock

Disney

Kennedy

Town-end .

Preston

Nortlow

Pennington



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killed



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wounded

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Liout. Col. Rurton
Major Spark?
Capt. Dob.^on
Capt. Chohuley
Capt. Bowvor
Capt. Ross"
Capt. Lieuteu. M
Barbut
Walsham .
Crimble
Wideman .
Hansard
Gladwin .
Hotham
Edmeston .
Cope .
Brereton
Hart .
Montr eseur
Dunbar
Harrison



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