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21


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4


21


2


90


3


84


13




4




17


80


14


49


6


99


5


32


4




1


62


9


75


6




45


69


13




11




6


02


2


75


10


75


10


75


49


08


1


31


88 36


20


25




67


127


70


4


42


5


25


1




14


25


10


75


2




26




13






68


9


75




50


25




2


62


244


75


13




183


16


6


50



Amounts carried up,



$1,880 26 12,055 4&



45



Amounts brought up,


$1,


,880 26 12,055 40


Overseers of the Poor, "




104 88


D. B. Weston,




12


Wm. Arnold, "




6 27


J. Delano, "




3 25


Harris & Vinton, "




2 13


Levi Goridnow, "




1 87


J. Sanborn lor 0. D. Lord, do




11


T. T. Sawyer lor B. F. Webster, do




7 37


" " W.Lyons, do




6 75


J. Brown, jr., lor J. M. Burckes, do




75


Car])enter & Cliilds, do




11 58


Nancy Fuller, do




27 50


Eberle & Trask, do




11 25


W. Tolman lor J. M. Skilton, do




6 50


W. W. Frost, do




15 f21


Samuel Kidder & Co.,




15 12


Jacob Caswell, do




7 50


Carter and Biirrell, do




80 50


J. Sanborn lor 0, D. Lord, do




4 33


do do A. B, Barker,




16


Simon Lane, do




1


Samuel Fowler, do




14 29


Margaret Frye, do




14


Jonathan Brown, jr., do




4


H. K. Frothingham, do




1 67


Phillips and Perry, do




3


Jas. McDonald, do




2


Ames Drake, repairs of Harvard and Winthrop




School Houses,




684 58


Clarke and Varney, do do




800


F. T. Waitl, contingent,




110 42


J. Skilton and W. H. Tolman, do




6 50


Harvard Church, rent,




25


Moses Babcock, contingent,




6 42


W. M. Edmands, do




41 96


C. P. Emmons, do




87 81


do do




12 33


P. Webster, do




4 50


T. T. Sawyer for J. Marden, do




4


D. & G. Bowman,




4 47


A. B. Barker,




8 50


T. M. Cuttor, do




33


A. Chamberlain, do




2


Timothy Bartlett, do




3 66


Crafts and Carter,




1 88


Ames Drake, do




4


G. B. & C. Wilson, do




3



Amounts carried up, $4,083 34 12,055 40



46

Amounts brought up, $4,083 34 12,055 40 1



d .Rand, contingent,
Fosdick, Carter & Co. do
Snow and Worcester, do



Total amount of the orders of the Board
of Trustees,



s


25


1




5


60



4,093 19
$16,148 59



Order§ of the Board of Overseers of the Poor.

FOR DRY-GOODS.

Fuller & Gould,
John Skilton,
S. G, Phipps,
Nancy Winchester,
J. P. Fla^g & Co.
Hannah Ford,
T. B. Preston & Co.
Carpenter & Childs,
William Fosdick,
William Arnold^



FOR GROCERIES.



J. Stone & Co.
J. Johnson, Jh
A. 11. Decoster,
Phineas Stone,
John L. Taggard,
elonas Tyler,
H. &. S. P. HiU,
D. & Z. Bowman,
Wm. T. Chandler,
Samuel Abbott & Co.
Sawtell & Jacobs,
Chas. Nichols,
J. W. Follett,
William GeiTV,
James IMackintire,
Bradley & Richardson,
Cutter & MuUett,
Flint & Haynes,
A. J. Carter,
Thos. T. Deering,



$336


90


158


02


393


41


20


45


18


33


2


25


102


59


105


06


87


85


85


45




1 .^10 .SI


129


20


324


68


16


88


19




272


76


56


58


646


86


563


88


68


77


146


98


416


21


84


37


22




4




2




79


73


70


12


6




6


25


2






2 937 27







Auiount carried up,



$ 4,247 59



47



Amount brought up,
FOR PROVISIONS.



4,247 58



Aseph Dyar,

B. Webster,

J. W. Hollis,

Frost & Palmer,

Wm. C. Cristy,

J. Harwood & Co.

N. Chapin,

Emerson & Cutter,

Thomas Shedd,

Cristy & Wason,

G. W. Felt,

Robert Wason,

Richardson and Rowland,



14


70


57


82


248


37


202


06


123


94


75


06


100


33


36


62


12


10


18


60


28




36


95


42


96



997 51



FOR GRAIN, MEAL, AND BREAD. ]



N. & G. Tufts,
Wesson and Gary,
Benj, Teel,
J. B. IMitchell,
C. C. Pattee,



152


80


147


92


5


71


o


89


57


23



366 54



FOR LUMBER.



Benj. Thompson & Co.
Burr and Willis,
T. Greenleaf & Co.
Geo. Johnson,
Jesse Harwood,
J. Burrill & Co,
J. W. Mulliken,
Jotham Johnson,
S. & G. Fowler,



142


82


132


99


93


94


53


52


9




118


60


74


17


42


IS


9





67S 22



FOR COAL AND WOOD.



W. B. Thomas,
Fuller and Davidson,
J. & P. Sanborn,
A. Tirreil,



Amount carried up,



23 78




5 75




256 25




5 50






291 -28





.581 13



48



Amount brought up, ^6,581 13

FOR IRON, JUNK, &c.



Lamson and Edraond,




36 26




South Boston Iron Co,




44 45




Wm. M. Eilmands,




63 52




John Torsleff,




26


170 23


FOR


BOOTS AND SHOES.


J. Arnold & Co.




76 59




Charles Poor,




94 19




Charles Miller,




2 62




N. Mariin, jr.




57 66


231 06




FOR SALARIES.




H. G. Blakely,




100




J. K. Froihingham,




75




J. R. Turner,




400




Dr. J. W. Bemis,




- 8S


663




FOR LABOR.




W. VV. Frost, mending shoes,


51 27




Daniel Fosdick,


do


46 80




L. Frye, do




19 85




W. Hodgkins, Iron Work,


32 54




Mass. State Prison, do


4 50




Leonard Tnfts, do




20 62




Joel Raymond, do




18




W. S. Richardson,


do


6 47




I. F. Williams & Son,


Wire work,


5 25




J. G. Loring & Co., Copper work,


7 97




0. Tufts, Ploughing,




5


218 27




FOR RENT.




James Burnett,




31 42




P. Stone,




52




Catherine Beckford,




21 67




S. G. Bodge,




8




Nathan Lynde,




26




N. Webster, rent of 1


and,


63










202 09



Amount carried up, ^8,065 78



49

Amount brought up, $8,065 78

FOR SUNDRIES.

Sanderson and Jacobs, coots, 7 so

John Harding, fish, 84 05

Wm. Smith, do 8 51

Samuel Cutter, do j is

H. v. V. Blanchard, paints, 56 07

Snow and Worcester, do S3 74

H. T. Messerve, milk, 29 76

Ann A. Harris, services, 104

M. A, Shattucii, do 70 57

C. P. Emmons, stationary, 13 70

David Edmands, oil, 80 70

James Adams, hardware, 105 72

G. W. Little, crockery and tin-ware, 40 63

Wm. M. Edmands, tin-ware, 17 43

A. Rand, soap, 35 51
H. S. Doane, brushes, 18 S3
Charles B. Rogers, medicines, 102 49
J. Caswell, repairs, 18 89
Fowler & Co., do 1 33
Ames Drake, do 3 50
Warren Rand, do 5

C. T. Mullett, do 15 69

C. Symmes, Burials, S9

P. Denvir, do 5 50

James Gould, Lime, 2

B, Thompson & Co., d» 19 55
Morris Kelley, Stone, 11 50
Benjamin Page, Stone and laying, 53
Samuel Ferrin, bricks, 93 73

D. P. Winning, straw, 49 36
H. & Z. C. Howland, barrels, 4 25
Henry Turner, hats, S8 95

.W. Dalrymple, stone and sand, 12 52

J. L. Jennerson, drain stone, 8 20

John Runey, earthen-ware, 9

J. M. Sawyer, sand, 2 75

Wm. Norcross, boat, 26 50
Nathaniel Watson, support of Insane persons? ».„ „.

and others in the House of Correction, 5
James R. Turner, keeper, disbursements,

of which, there was paid for ")

hay and straw, $221 SOf .^_ ,,

for cow and shoates, 61 SOr"^^' *^

and balance in small disbursements, 264 73)



Amount! carried up, $2,454 67 9,066 79



50

Amounts brought up, $2,434 67 8,065 78

Jas. K. Frothingham, chair'n of disbursemehts, >

of which there was paid for "^

wood, - - - - $ 1,057 72
for lumber, - - - 149 43

«' rent for sundry families, 161 75

" potatoes, - - - 63 21 i

" supplies to poor in other towns, 44 ^ '
" support of Insane persons at }

the Worcester hospital, ^199 S
and balance in small disburse-
ments, - - - 638 44 J 2,313 98

4,748 6&.

Total Amount of orders drawn by the Overseers } ^ .^ 814 4Jr"'

of the poor, - ... - j ^ ' "

JVote of Chairman of Board of Overseers.
The expenditure for the Building for the Insane, and the large bills paid for support of
Insane persons at Cambridge and Worcester, swell the aggregate for the present year about
$ 1,400, over what it was the last year.



Orders of Engineer's Fu*e Department,

DRAWN BY SeTH J. ThOMAS, ChIEF ENGINEER.

F. T. Waitt, repairs, engines,
Seth J. Thomas, disbursements,
Samuel S. Sargent,, belts,
H. Hutchinson, oil,
Jno. Coon, repairs, engines,
T. J. Elliott, do and sewers,
Benjamin Corey, clearing snow from reservoirs,
Harvard Engine Co., refreshments to Fire Go's ,

G. W. Little, lamps, No. 1,
E. & O. Nichols, oil,

M. Burckes, jr., repairs, hook and ladder,
J. B. Rea, do No. 3,

S. & J. Thayer, repairs, engines,
Palmer and Whipple, do engine house,
Mead and Phipps, estate, rent of land,
Shelton and Cheever, repairs of hose,
D. & Z. Bowman, oil, wicking, &c.
Jno. L. Taggard, oil, No. 1,
Oliver Brown, oil,

Amouut carried up, $1^^ ^^



5


63


3


12


5


50


12


57


7


28


26 44


12




2


13


3




5 05


1


50


17




10


50


5


75


11




7


6^


22 70


13


95


23


75



61

Amount brought up, $ 196 50

Robert Wason, tallow, 62

Isaac Kendall, repairs, 3 10

Hillinger & Cook, do 1 "5

Hancock Co., No. 1, refreshments to out of town Go's., 9 05
Washington do, No. 5, do do

Clerk ot No. 1, allowance for fuel, &c.

do 2 do

do 3 do

do 4 do

do 5 do

do 7 do

Clerk, hook and ladder Co. do
Jas. Adams, padlock,
H. & S. P. Hill, oil, hook and ladder co.
Jas. Emery, repairs, engines,
A. C. Palmer, stove. No. 2,
N. Ayer, jr., repairs. No. 2,
Isaac Phillips, settees, do
George Fuller, painting No. 7 & 2,

F. T. Waitt, signal lantern,
J. Johnson, jr., oil. No. 4,
Jas. M. Phipps, repairs, hose,
S. W. Haynes, work,
Charles Bennett, steward No. 1 ,
Jno. Jones, copper work. No. 3,
H. Strater, boiler. No. 1,
C. Rand, printing,
Jas. M. Phipps, reparing hose,
Jotham Barry, jr., badges and keys,
Benjamin F. Tyler, pipe rack,
Stephen Bennett, white washing,
J. & P. Sanboni, coal and bark,
W.^M. Edmands, stove funnell for 1, 2 & 3,
Jno. Bryant, jr., wheel jack,
T. M. Cutter, cordage. No. 5,
Warren Engine Co., coal and bark.
C. Symmes, repairs, reservoir.
Carter and Bui-rell, wood and bark,
T. & T. Hunnewell, repairs.
Harvard Co., No. 3, wood and bark,

A. Blanchard, repairs, ladders,

B. F. Brackett, cleanino;.
Crafts and Carter, teaming hose,

G. Ty. Little, lamps,
John Harris, stationary,
T. Barker, jr., repairs,
Washington Engine Co., coal and bark.

Amount carried up, $701 15



4


20


35




35




35




35




35




35




17


50




58


1


69


12


57


5


50




50


6




40


87


10




4


69


7


12




62


6


25


3




8


70


3


75


3


50


9


52


12




8




46


50


9


18


5


25


1


10


3




1




22


87


3


50


3




5


27




75




38


6


26


1


76




75


4





52



Amount brought up,



1 15



S. & J. Thayer, repairs, engine house, 25

F. T. PFaitt, repairs, pump and boiler, Nos. 1, 8 & 7, 5 19
J. Barry, jr, services as steward, 15

Dravtn by Robert Wason, Chief Engineer

Jotham Barry, jr., repairs on engine,

J. L. Taggard, oil,

Hiram Wiley, repairs on No. 4,

Sawtell and Jacobs, oil,

James M. Phipps, repairing hose,

James McDonald, drawing engine,

Heman S. Doane, brushes for No. 5

Wm. Hodgkins, repairs on hook and ladder,

N. Gleason, do No. 1

J. Burrell, lumber for do

James Adams, hardware for 1 & 7,

W. R. Jefferson, lamps for No. 7,

E. O. & C. Nichols, oil, &c., for No. 3,

John Burrell, boiler top,

Jacob Caswell, pump for No. 1,

S. P. Kelley, work on do

Sawtell and Jacobs, oil for No. 5,

Ames Drake, repairs on house No. 1,

John Murray, chairs for No- 7,

Clerk of Engine No. 1, for fuel, &c,

do 2 do

do 3 do

do 4 do

do 5 do

do 7 do

do hook and ladder, do
J. B. Rea, repairs on No. 3,
Snow and Worcester, paints, &c., 3 & 4,
Swene Anderson, sundries,
C. P. Fesserden, frames,
Eberle and Trask, repairs on No. 1,
John L. Taggard, nails for do

C. Sanderson, furniture for hall of Engine No. 5,
J. L. Jennerson, work on well,
S. G. Underbill, axes, hook and ladder,
0. Brown, oil and tallow,

D. & Z. Bowman, oil,
James M. Phipps, repairing hose,
Howard Hook and Ladder Co., coal and bark.
Estate of Mead and Phipps, rent,

E. O. & C. Nichols, oU for No. 3,



fGINE


-ER.


5'




2


37


2


50


2




13


87


2




3


33


1


50


3


37


18


75


4


77


1




5


94


2


92


13


74


19


69


1


90


8


31


4




11


66


11


66


11


66


11


66


11


66


11


66


5


83


3


75


5


86


6


42


2 45


2


37


1


56


50




10


25


4


50


17


25


7


41


7




2




8


29


6


98



746 84



Amounts carried up,



$328 84 746 34



53



Amounts brought up,

Benjamin Thompson & Co., lime, &c.
James Emery, repairs of engines,
Hittinger and Cook, do
Stephen \\'iley, drawing do
Moses Babcock, rcpau-ing locks,



Total Amount of orders drawn by the Board
of Engineers. ...



$328 84


746 34


I 35




12 38




13 83




11 75




3 37






371 5*2








1,117 86



Orders of the Board of Health.



Wm. W. Wheildon, printing,
Caleb Rand, do

P. R. Jacobs, services,



12
75
7 72



Total Amount of orders drawn by Board of Health, $ 20 47



APPROPRIATIONS FOR 1844.

Support of • Schools, - - - - 14,000

Support of Poor, .... 6,500

Repairing Highways, .... 1,800

Night Watch, .... 2,000

Fire Department, . . . . 1,800

Lamps, ..... 1,000

Board of Health, - - - - 150

Salary of Town Clerk, - - - " 300

*' Treasurer and Collector, - - 600

" Assessors, ... 400

" Messenger, . - - - 100

" Police Officers, - - - ' 100

" Chief Engineer, - - - 150

" Assistant Engineers, - - 100

Contingencies, .... 1,500

Abatement of Taxes, - - - 1,000

Reservoirs, ..... 1,200

Reduction of Town Debt, - ' - - 3,000

Interest on do - - - - 4,500

Pay of the Fire Department, - - 2,000

Enlarging Harvard and Winthrop School Houses, 1,800

House for Insane Poor, - - - 800



^



$44,800



DR. TOWN OF CHARLESTOWN, n

Paid, Sundries, per Statement, . " . $45,285 09

Orders drawn by Board of Selectmen, . 11,381 72

" " Board of Trustees, . . 16,148 59

*' " Board of Overseers, . . 12,814 43

" " Board of Engineers, . . 1,117 86

" " Board of Health, . . . 20 47

Balance in hands of the Treasurer, March 1, 1845, . 6,618 42

$93,386 58



Charlestown, March 15, 1845.
The Finance Committee have examined the foregoing accounts and
hereby certify that it appears to be duly vouched and accurately cast,
the balance remaining in the hands of the Treasurer being Six Thousand
Six Hundred and Eighteen Dollars Forty-two Cents.

HENRY JAQUES.

$6,618 42 JOHN GREGORY.

P. J. STONE.

JJlMES ADAJVIS.



account with ISAAC BLANCHARD, Treas. CR.



By balance in Treasury, March 1, 1844,
Commonwealth for Military Services,
" School Fund,

" State Pauper Account,

Borrowed to meet current expenses,

" of Bunker Hill Bank,
By Jacob Hittenger, interest.

Town of Cambridge, ....

Isaac Kendall, Engine House,
• Chairman of the Board of Overseers,
Somerville, proportion of County Tax,

" " State Tax,

Rent of Market House, ....

Received for entering Bunker Hill Drain,
" " Elm street Drain,

" " JUawrence street do.

" " Sullivan and Bartlett do.

Taxes Collected, viz:

Tax of 1841, uncollected March 1, 1844, $58 27
Deduct, uncollected March 1, 1845, 28 27

Tax of 1842, uncollected March 1, 1844, 257 19

Deduct uncollected Mareh 1,1845, 175 13

Tax of 1843, uncollt.cted March 1, 1844, 2120 56
Deduct uncollected, JMarch 1,1845, 969 23
" abated, " 371 50

1340 73



Total Tax assessed (1844, 5rj 9^5 qq

Deduct uri'collected March 1,1845, 17fj5 57 '
" abated


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