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To Daniel Tiffany, charcoal

" C. N. Heath, fires and sweeping- • •
" Fillebrown & Holbrook, stove work
" John Bowdlear, repairs on pump- -

48 00 348 00

NUMBERS 22 and 23.

Paid to Mary A. Waldock, instruction
" Anna M. Eaton, "

" Anna E. Clark, "

Paid for SUNDRIES—

To J. E. Adams & Co., coal

" Daniel Tiffany, charcoal

" Anna M. Eaton, sweeping

" Mary A. Waldock, fires and do.- - •

" Anna E. Clark, sweeping •

" Jonas Pierce, Jr., paid cleaning- - •
" Thomas M. Lewis, carpenter's work
" A. W. Folsom, "

" Nelson Curtis, mason's work

" Nelson Worthen, brooms, &c.

" John Champney, brushes, &c.

" B. F. & G. H. Wiggin, glazing

125 56 771 39



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00


16


50


1


50


16


00



300


00


300


00


45


83


38


52


32


12


5


00


16


75


1


25


5


50


1


68


1


26


9


61


5


28


3


33


5


26



645 83



Amount carried forward, $36,003 24



20

Amount irouglit forward, $36,003 24

NUMBERS 24, 25, 26 and 27.

Paid to Caroline Y. Rice, instruction- • 300 00

" Mary H. Hicks, " 300 00

" Sarah C. Duncklee, '' 250 00

" Asenath Nichols, " 300 00

" Charlotte C. Simpson, " 45 83



35


64


78


78


34


01


8


33


16


01


3


14


3


25


11


37


15


00


16


00


6


00


16


00


4


00


34


62


7


50


16


25



1.195 83



Paid for SUNDRIES—

To J. I. Caldwell, coal

" J. E. Adams & Co., coal

" Daniel Tiffany, charcoal •

" Chaffee & Cummings, charcoal- • • •
" Thomas M. Lewis, carpenter's work
" H. G. Simpson, "

" True Russell, "

" I. & H. M. Harmon, mason's work- -

" Ephraim Downes, fires

" Caroline Y. Rice, sweeping, &c.- - •
" Mrs. Leonard, " • ■ • •

" Jonas Pierce, Jr., paid for cleaning

" T. D. Mullrey, lining furnace

*' Fillebrown & Holbrook, furnace

■work

" B. F. & G. H. Wiggin, glazing

" Thomas Gannon, labor -' •



NUMBERS 28 and 29.

Paid to Emily W. Fillebrown, instruc-
tion 300 00

" Martha H. Horn, instruction- • 300 00

Paid for SUNDRIES—

To J. E. Adams & Co., coal

" Daniel Tiffany, charcoal

" Mrs. Leonard, fires and sweeping- •

" Jonas Pierce, Jr., paid for cleaning

" H. G. Simpson, carpenter's work- •

" Thomas M. Lewis, "

" Patrick H. Rogers, "

« J. M. Marston, "

" Fillebrown & Holbrook, stove work

" B. F. & G. H. Wiggin, glazing

" W. H. H. Young, cleaning vault- -

NUMBERS 30 and 31.

Paid to Henrietta M. Wood, instruction 300 00
" Mary A. Morse, " 300 00



29


00


37


59


23


00


7


00


4


02


1


80


12


55


5


22


2


25


4


74


2


00



305 90 1,501 73



600 00



129 17 729 17



600 00



Amount carried forward, $600 00 $38,234 14



21

Amount hrmujlil forward, $G00 00 $38,234 14

raid for SUNDRIES—

To J. E. Adams &: Co., coal

" Daniel Tiil'any, charcoal

" Chaffee and Cummings, charcoal- •
" Jonas Pierce, Jr., fires and sweeping
" John Stockman, carpenter's work- •
" H. G. Simpson, "

" B. F. & G. H. Wiggin, glazing - • •



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81


20


12


64


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99



189 15 789 15



NUMBERS 32 and 33.

Paid to M. L. Josephine Perry, in-
struction 300 00

" Matilda M. Hutchins 300 00

Paid for SUNDRIES—

To J. E. Adams & Co., coal 32 00

" Daniel Tiffany, charcoal 17 70

" Bridget Cunniff, fires and sweeping 22 02

" B. F. & G. H. AViggin, glazing- • • • 1 88

" Fillebrown & Holbrook, stove work 6 12



16


26


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42


15


95


1


66


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50


5


56


1


25


4


00


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25



NUMBERS 35 and 36.



Paid to Frances N. Brooks, instruction
" Maria L. Young, "

Paid for SUNDRIES—

To J. I. Caldwell, coal

" J. E. Adams & Co., coal

" Daniel Tiffany, charcoal •

" Mrs. Roskell, sweeping



300


00


300


00


20


54


58


40


26


83


10


00



600 00



79 72 679 72



NUMBER 34.
Paid to Almira B. Russell, instruction 300 00

Paid for SUNDRIES—

To J. I. Caldwell, coal

" J. E. Adams & Co., coal

" Daniel Tiffany, charcoal

" Chaffee & Cummings, charcoal- - • •

" Mrs. Caswell, fires

" Johnson & Leavitt, carpenter's work

" H. G. Simpson, "

" Fillebrown & Holbrook, stove work

" Joseph D. Brown, whitening

" B. F. & G. H. Wiggin, glazing



80 85 380 85



600 00



Amount carried forward, %llb 77 600 00 S40,083 86



22

Amount hrought forward, $115 77 600 00 $40,083 86

To Jonas Pierce, Jr., fires 22 00

" H. G. Simpson, carpenter's work • • 2 43

" Joseph D. Brown, whitening 8 50

" Charles Erskine, glazing 10 50

" W. & W. K. White, furnace work 3 00

" Fillebrown & Holbrook, stove work 2 10

" Chester M. Gay, plumbing, 1 25

" Swain & Craft, trees ; 7 50

" Galen Spare, brooms • 110

" B. F. & G. H. Wiggin, glazing- • • • 9 75

183 90 783 90



Paid to Anna E. Boynton, instruction
" H. B. Scammell, "



Paid for SUNDRIES—

To J. I. Caldwell, coal

' J. E. Adams & Co., coal

' Daniel Tiffany, charcoal

' Mrs. Gilman, fires and sweeping- • •
' Jonas Pierce, Jr., paid for cleaning
' Johnson & Leavitt, carpenter's work
' Wilham Barton, "

' J. M. Marston, «

' John Gilbert, "

' I. & H. M. Harmon, mason's work
' B. F. & G. H. Wiggin, glazing- - • •
' Calvin B. Wilkins,
' Jones, Carpenter & Co., furnace

work

' Fillebrown & Holbrook, furnace work
' Henry R. Taylor, window shades- •



NUMBER 39.



and 38.


300


00


300


00


19


02


27


98


27


53


27


05


3


50


1


20


8


32


101


15


4


68


207


97


3


76


3


34


16


25


2


25


28


00



600 00



482 00 1,082 00



Paid to Sarah E. P. Fernald, instruc-
tion 300 00

Note. The contingent expenses of this school are
charged to the " Support of Poor."

NUMBER 40.

Paid to Caroline E. Jennison, instruc-
tion 229 17

Paid for SUNDRIES^

To J. I. Caldwell, coal 6 12

" J. E. Adams & Co., coal 76 26

" Daniel Tiifany, charcoal 112



Amount carried fonvard, $83 50 229 17 $42,249 76



23

Amount hrowjhl forward, $83 50 229 17 $42,24!) 76

To Chaffee & Cummings, charcoal- • • •

" Julia Hurley, sweeping

" flohnson & Leavitt, carpenter's work
" Fillebrown & Holbrook, stove "
" William Morse, carpenter's work- •
" George P^. Mason, "

" George Curtis, cedar posts

" I. & H. M. Harmon, mason's work
" John Caruthers, timepiece



$83


50


4


33


5


34


3


12


12


44


40


50


56


50


5


40


6


25


10


00


60


00



William H. Wilkins, rent



Total amount of expenses for ? «;i ^ ooo 91
Primary Schools, J '



CONTINGENCIES.

Paid for PRINTING, STATIONERY AND BOOKS—
To Norfolk County Journal Office,

printing 300 30

" John Backup, books and stationery 1,021 82

" S. C. Clark, maps 72 00

" Phineas Libbey, binding 12 00

» A. J. Coolidge, books 27 00

1,433 12

Paid for SERVICES OF SCHOOL COM-
MITTEE—

To Horatio G. Morse, services 100 00

" Franklin Williams, " 75 00

" William S. King, " 75 00

" Jeremiah Plympton, " 75 00

" John D. McGill, " 75 00

" William A. Crafts, " 75 00

" George Putnam, " 75 00

" Sylvester Bliss, " 75 00

" Edwin Ray, " 75 00

" John W. Olmstead, " 75 00

" Timothy R. Nute, " 85 00

" Ira Allen, " 75 00

" Joshua Seaver, " 75 00

" " as Sec'y, " 100 00

1,110 00

Paid for SUNDRIES not otherwise enumerated —
To Jonas Pierce, Jr., clearing snow and

getting in coal 145 13

" Charles H. Guild, carting 4 75

" George & Co., " 2 00



287 38 516 bb



$42,766 31



Amount carried forward, 15188 2,543 12 $42,766 31



24



Amount brought forward,

To William H. Miller, carting

' John Somes, '•

' Arthur Sumner, Jr., "

' John Bere, "

' Samuel B. Peirce, "

' John J. Merrill, horse hire

' AVilliam J. Mathes, "

' Swain & Craft, drain pipes, broomsj

mats, &c.

' E. VV. Noyes, sundries

' William N. Felton, care of room,

(1859)

' Lakeman & Weld, rent of land- • • •

' William G. Shattuck, seats 459 65

' Fillebrown & Holbrook, stove work
' John W. Lord,

' Michael Wrin, lanterns

' Luke Vila, rent •

' Henry R. Taylor, window shades- •
' Joshua Seaver, flags, &c., for ex-
hibition

' Square G. Brooks, cleaning clocks

' John Caruthers, "

' Reuben Weeks, blacksmith's work- •

' Henry Pratt, repairing locks

' Francis W. Fuller, hardware,

Joseph Alvord, tuning piano

W. & A. Bacon, cloth

Morrill P. Berry, notifying

J. Batchelder, cleaning vaults

Moses Gragg, rent

Dan. S. Smalley, vocal drill



151 88


2,543 12


$42,766 31


1 50






2 25






12 50






17 49






21 63






18 87






1 50






250 74






111 68






15 00






74 76






459 65






13 75






46 78






2 87






85 00






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56 73






20 50






10 00






11 23






41 45






25 61






9 25






4 63






1 00






30 00






20 00






25 00








1.551 25


4.094 37



Total amount of expenses for High, Grammar

and Primary Schools, wjth contingencies S46,860 68

Transferred to Contingent Appropriation, 1860-61 865 12



Balance undrawn February 1, 1861, S9,936 92.



L7,725 80



BUILDING SCHOOL HOUSES, GEORGE AND FRANCIS
STREETS. ENLARGING VERNON STREET SCHOOL
HOUSE, AND LAND FOR GEORGE STREET AND
COMINS SCHOOL HOUSES.

APPROPRIATION S10,000 00

Loans authorized 14,000 00

Received from Norfolk Mutual Fire Insurance Co.

for School House burnt 1,500 00

$25,500 00



9J,



EXPENDITUKKS.

CKOKGK STKKET SCnOOL-HOUSR AND LAND.

To Will. II. Siiiniier & A. D. Williams, for land- • 4,7;51 00

" Nelson Curtis, contract 10,087 (13

" Nelson Curtis, e.xtra work 354 00

" (Jeorge E. Mason, car[)enter's work 307 97

" Jones, Carpenter & Co., furnace 514 50

" Albert Batchelder, labor and superintending- • 240 00

" Thomas Gannon, grading 1,072 00

" John R. Howard, gravel 332 00

" Rowe & Pike, " 115 50

" Thomas Dolan, stone chips 31 00

" William H. Boardman, stone 26 G 7

" Swain & Craft, drain pipe 33 68

^ " Chester M. Gay, plumbing 5 34

" John Bowdlear, labor 5 00

" Charles F. Sleeper, plan 150 00

" Stephen Smith & Co., seats 446 80

19,056 09

FRANCIS STREET SCHOOL-HOUSE.

To William R. Huston, contract- - • 3,250 00

" Charles F. Sleeper, plan 50 00

" Alonzo W. Folsom, superintending 60 00

3,360 00

ENLARGEMENT OF VERNON STREET SCHOOL-HOUSE.

To William R. Huston, contract 1,173 00

" William R. Huston, extra work 17 74

" James H. Collins, mason work 10 75

" Charles F. Sleeper, plan 15 00

" Alonzo W. Folsom, superintending 40 00

— 1,256 49

LAND FOR COJMINS SCHOOL-HOUSE.

To Thomas Russell, land 1,250 00

1,250 00

$24,922 58
Balance undrawn February 1, 1861, $577 42.



ENLARGEMENT OF THE HIGH SCHOOL-HOUSE.

Transferred from Contingent Expenses for Schools 6,500 00

Loan authorized 4,999 03

Cash received of Rumrill & Stanton, lumber 23 75

Transferred from Contingent Appro., 1860-61- - • 120 20

11,642 98



26



EXPENDITURES.

To Rumrill & Stanton, lumber and labor 5,215 82

Michael Killion, stone work 2,059 56

Enos Ricker, granite 799 00

E. F. King & " Co., paint, &c 288 46

Francis O. Blabon, painting and glazing 364 26

Thomas Parker, plastering 441 61

James McMann, slating ; • • • 292 23

Smith and Jacobs, building stairs- 467 30

Nelson Curtis, bricks- ■ - 80 50

Ham & Leighton, bricks 11 50

J. T. Ellis & Co., lime and sand 85 96

H. W. Howard, mason work 227 93

I. & H. M. Harmon, mason work 1207

Swain & Craft, drain pipe, &c 103 27

Boston Belting Co., pipe 44 34

Jones, Carpenter & Co., furnace 442 30

George H. AVilliams, casting 139 85

Pay Roll of Labor, labor Ill 00

James Mellen, raising roof 100 00

A. W. Newman, blacksmith work 40 20

J. B. Barnes, plumbing 56 85

John W. Lord, conductors 36 19

David Simpson, plan and superintending 200 00

Balance undrawn February 7, 1861, $22 78.



11,620 20



ROXBURY GRAMMAR SCHOOL,

FOR HIGH SCHOOL FOR BOYS.

Balance undrawn February 1, 1860 650 00

APPROPRIATION 3,000 00

3,650 00

EXPENDITURES.

To James Guild, Treasurer 1,650 00

Balance undrawn February 1, 1861, $2,000 00.



EVENING SCHOOL FOR ADULTS.

Transferred from Contingent Appro, for 1860-61 500 00

EXPENDITURES.

To James Ritchie, Superintendent 500 00

Balance undrawn February 1, 1861, nothing.



27



SUPPORT OF POOR.

Balance undrawn Fobriiary 1, 1860 1,361 21

Received of Commonwealth, burials 80 00

" from cities and towns, for support of

Paupers 323 0-i

" from Ezra Young, Superintendent of

Alms-bouse 200 00

Transferred from Contingent Appro., 1859-60. . . 100 00

Loan authorized "• 1,900 00

APPROPKIATION 6,500 00



EXPEXDITUEES.
Paid for SUPPLIES AT THE ALMS-HOUSE—



To Nelson "Worthen, groceries, &c

" Meserve & Faunce, flour and groceries ■
" Merwin & Co., "

" G. W. & H. W. Pierce, meat

" William ^A'hitney, milk

" Henry Dudley, grain

" Joseph Houghton, hay

" Libbey & Dolan, "

" Ezra Young, supplies

" "W. & A. Bacon, dry goods

" H. S. Lawrence & Co., clothing

" Robert W. Molineux, clothing

" Joseph B. Young, shoes

" Frederick Folsom, "

" Phineas Colburn, "

" J. L Caldwell, coal

" J. E. Adams & Co., coal

" Allen, Putnam & Co., wood

" Daniel Tiffany, charcoal

" Roxbury Gas Light Co., gas

" William F. Dunning, potatoes

" Reuben Weeks, blacksmith work

" J. C. Buchanan, iron bedsteads

" William G. Shattuck, seats

" Hiram Carlton, harness

" William M. Allen, medicine

" Henry White, "

" Solomon Sanborn, mason work

" William Jones, carpenter's work

" George Curtis, lumber

" Francis W. Fuller, hardware

" John S. Flint, physician

" E. M. Stodder & Co., ice 2 years

" Isaac Hatch, window blinds

" Ham & Leighton, bricks

" B. F. & G. H. AYiggin, painting

" Thomas S. Hodge, "



447


68


437


64


55


82


506


43


15


90


108


46


18


87


111


10


1,370


98


306


47


263


86


1


00


111


00


20


69


6


75


20


84


165


05


120


00


2


25


45


76


11


77


25


04


55


00


26


50


11


24


28


19


21


97


46


50


93


15


11


59


12


95


200


00


24


00


17


25


7


61


394


26


24


29



10,464 25



Amount carried forward,



5,147 86



28



Amount irowjlit forward, 5,147 86

To George E. Mason, carpenter's -work 275 57

" Ezra youno:, superintendent 700 00

" Mary McCarty, labor 104 00

" Joshua Seaver, Secretary 50 00



6,277 43



Paid for SUPPLIES OUT OF THE ALMS-HOUSE
AND FUEL,

To J. L Caldwell, coal and wood 137 19

" Horace Caldwell, coal and wood 313 27

" Allen Putnam & Co., coal and wood 150 76

" J. E. Adams & Co., " " 178 17

" James B. Page, " " 342 33

" Edward Preston, " " 15 50

" Joshua Seaver, supplies 232 75

" Joshua Seaver, agent 300 00

" Nelson Worthen, supplies 34 33

" Preston & Clark, " 5 00

" James Nason, " 10 00

" S. S. Whittier, board of paupers 12 00

" Mrs. Tully, " " 11 50

" Josiah G. Morse, " " 49 00

" Ira Allen, attendance outside 6 00

" Charles Worthen, making fires • 11 00

" W. A. M. Fillebrown, painting sign 1 75

" J. S. Waterman, coffins 53 50

" John C. Seaver, burials 167 50

" Norfolk County Journal, printing 5 00

" George Curtis, excursion • • • 212 12



Paid to other Cities and Towns and the STATE LUNA-
TIC HOSPITAL.

To City of Boston 114 29

" Town of Needham 33 00

" Town of Fitchburg 14 00

" Town of Dedham • • • • 155 97

" State Aims-House 7 50

" City of Charlestown 8 00

" Trueworthy D. Palmer • • 75 00

" Maurice Morey 50 00

" State Lunatic Hospital 710 33



2,248 67



1,168 09



Transferred to Contingent Appropriation, 1860-61



Balance undrawn February 1, 1861, $350 08.



9,694 19
419 98

10,114 17



29



HOUSE OFFAL.

Balance undrawn February 1, 18G0 'J 7 'J t

Transferred from Contingent Appropriation, 1850

and 18G0 ; ■ •_ 500 00

Transferred from Contingent Appropriation, 18G0

and 18C1 1,000 00

Received of Samuel Cook for offal 738 25

EXPENDITURES.

To Miles Sweeney, collecting offal 3G0 00

•' Stephen Edwards, " 3G0 00

" JohnNavin, " • 312 00

" John Carey, _ _" 312 00

" Ezra Young, superintending 75 00

» " " hay 38 99

" Joseph Houghton, hay 36 80

" Libbey & Dolan, hay 135 00

" Henry Dudley, grain 116 76

" Hiram Carlton, harness work 32 08

" Reuben Weeks, blacksmith work 52 79

Balance undrawn February 1, 1861, S503 87.



2,335 89



1,832 02



HIGHWAYS, BRIDGES AND SIDEWALKS.

Balance undrawn February 1, 1860 554 45

Received for watering streets 2,167 11

" " edge stone • 231 17

" " stone and gravel 393 90

Transferred from Contingent Appropriation,

1859-60 350 00

APPROPRIATION 22,000 00

Loans authorized- 41,947 40

67,644 03

EXPENDITURES.

Paid for LABOR— *

To Moses H. Libbey, Commissioner • • 83 33

" Holman Page, " 1,216 67

" Silman Smith, labor 432 00

" Charles Wood, " 412 13

" Patrick Surplus, " 366 00

" Patrick Dillon, " 24 00

" Robert Bell, » 41100

" John H. Randall, " 408 00

" Omar Boynton, " 47 31

Amount carried fonvard, $3,400 44



30



21,884 55



Amount brought forward, 3,400 44

To Michael McWeeney, labor 24 00

" Thomas Cotton, " 390 00

" Andrew McGettrick, " 21100

" Michael Kearns, " 6 50

" Samuel A. Howard, " 363 00

" Joseph T. Arnold, " 369 43

" James Minchin, " 10 00

" Patrick Mullrey, " 2150

" Henry H. Page, " ••'• 12186

" Thomas Cassady, " 12 00

" George P. Messer, " 4 00

" Luther M. Knox, " 132 07

" Nehemiah Mack, " 586 47

" Charles W. Knox, " 55 12

" Francis Carney, " 4 50

" William A. Bean, Jr., " 13 50

" George Doherty, " 12 00

" Andrew Kilday, " 50

" Daniel Dolan, " 150 00

" C. W. Keniston, " 2 00

" Thomas Gannon, " 191 75

" Charles D. Bickford, " 34 00

" James Garrety, " 59 33

" Pay lloU of labor to sundry persons for services 15,709 58

Paid for CARTING GRAVEL AND STONE—

To Thomas Dolan, carting 3,375 84

" William Clark, " 250 35

" Thomas Donlan, " 4 80

" Peter Cordley, " 1 25

» James Carey, " 914 00

" George Ramsay, " 399 50

" James Scanlan, " 51 00

" Michael Kenney, " 212 88

" Thomas Nolen, " 1,176 00

" George Bond, " 284 50

" Hugh Rorke, " 418 00

" Roger Drury, " 117 10

" Edward Keenan, " 36 00

" John Good, " 82 00

« Peter Dolan, " 19 00

" Jeffrey Holland, " 127 00

" Mark Loughan, « 32 00

" Peter Carley, " 9 00

"J.M.Donovan, " 19 80

" Peter Gallagher, " 26 75

" Michael Fitzmorris, " 535 50

" Thomas S. Seaver, " 8 88

" G. R. & W. H. Matthews, carting 25

" Michael Follan, " 23 50

" Patrick Lynch, " 75 50

Amount carried forward, 8,200 40 $21,884 55



31



11,G92 83



Amount hroiujlit fonvard, 8,200 40 $21,884.05

To Michael Sweeney, carting 21 50

" James Graham, " 12G 00

" William Burns, " 129 50

" Francis Jones, " 4 75

" Aaron D. Williams, " 103 85

" Owen Nawn, " 3,075 33

" Michael Gray, " 2150

"John Murray, " 10 00

Paid for GRAVEL AND STONE CHIPS—

To Mrs. C. D. Hancock, gravel 241 50

" George Leonard, Jr., " 116 60

« William Fineran, " 79 7 06

" George Curtis, " 1120

" William S. Leland, " 137

" Stephen Baker, " 107 76

" J. M. Donovan, « 98 60

" John P. Clapp, " 850 00

" Samuel G. Reed, " 97 11

" John R. Howard, " 132 52

" Daniel Harrington, stone chips 182 73

" Cornelius Donovan, " 277 45

" Joshua Benson, " 48 42

" Wilham R. Huston, « 24 48

*' James Sturgis, " 16 13

" Michael Hare, " 12 50

" Howard & Clapp, " 3101

" Charles H.Blodgett, « 27 00

Paid for STONE, PAVING, SETTING EDGE AND
CROSSING STONES—

To Gore, Rose & Co., paving 3,578 02

" John McLoughlin, " 9 75

" Edward McAllister, paving and stone 2,038 33

" S. C. Thwing, " 31 94

" William Hart, " » 1,878 86

" Ham & Leighton, paving stone and brick. .. . 3,682 01

" Caleb Stowell, edge-stone 13 25

" William H. Boardman, edge and block stone 4,646 45

" David P. Hodkins, paving stone 63 83

" William Clary, " 82 49

" Martin Dedovick, " 232 04

" James Nevel, " 460 73

" Daniel Dwyer, " 230 56

" Nicholas Sivorick, " 229 16

" Baldwin & Emerson, stone 58 94

" John McCarty, paving stone 296 57

" Michael Killian, stone work 1 74 50

" Michael Kelly, " 932 74

Amount carried forioard, 18,640 17 S36,650 82



3,073 44



32



Ainount hrougM forward, 18,640 17

To Robert Culbert, stone work 979 68

" Lawrence Watson, " 292 57

" Richard Johnson, " 87 25

Paid for BLACK SMITPI, WHEELWRIGHT.

RENTER'S WORK, LUMBER, POWDER, &c.—

To Andrew W. Newman, blacksmith's work
" Patrick Garrity, "

" William Garrity, "

" William Brock, "

" James Aker, "

" Reuben Weeks, "

" Richard Weekes, "

" John A. Scott, "

" Henry GIvnn, "

" J. W. Chenery, " ,

" George Mennig, "

" Simeon Stnbbs, "

" P. Colman & Brother, "

" William Adams & Co., iron work

" M. C. Onderdonk,

" Butler & Sise,

" J. C. Pratt,

" Flavel Moseley,

" Lothrop & Moseley,

" James Massey,

" Jacob L. Nash, wheelwright's work . . •

" J. D. Pierce, "

" Ebenezer Chamberlain, " ....

" Leonard Hall, "

" Holman Page, carpenter's work

" Patrick H. Rogers, "

" William Morse, "

" Daniel W. Glidden, "

" Fabins Rose, "

" Alvin M. Robbins, "

" William D. Adams, " .

" John S. Howe, "

" J. M. Marston, "

" Samuel S. Chase, "

" William Curtis, sawing lumber

" J. T. Ellis & Co., powder and lumber
" Rockwell & Moseley, powder



),650 82



Paid for HAY AND GRAIN—

To Joseph Houahton, hay and grain.
" John McElroy, "

" Ezra Young, "

" Joseph M. Weld, "

"■ Samuel Tuttle, "



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To Thomas Tiittlo, hay ami jrrain 183 GG

" Augustus T. Coleman, freight of liay 57 00



1,289 39



Paid for SUNDRIES not otherwise enumerated —

To Dura Warren, liorse 285 00

" Moses II. Libbey, horse and harness 225 00

" Hiram Carleton, harness work 90 25

" Francis W. Fuller, hardware 90 01

" Charles H. Hudson, "• 22 12

" Brooks & Darling, " 13 37

" Alonzo Josselyu, castings, 64

" A. J. Wilkinson & Co.," hardware 112

" Underhill & Brother, " 2 09

" Dodge, Gilbert & Co., iron axles 33 G6

" George H. Williams, castings 18 72

" Fulton Iron Foundry 1 16

" George W. Allan & Co., guide boards 72 00

" Asa Wyman, labor on " 15 00

" Bernice Richardson, painting " 83 50

" B. F. & G. H. Wiggin, » 52 36

" Thomas S. Hodge, " 18 09

" Theodore B. Moses, surveying, 50 00

" Swain & Craft, drain pipe 67 02

" Stephen Faunce, oil, fluid, &c 42 63

" Nelson Worthen, " 4 30

" I. & H. M. Harmon, mason's work 50 62

" Samuel Felton, " 25 00

" Libbey & Dolan, bricks and hay 35 80

" William J. Mathes, horse hire 46 00

" Eben W. Whittemore, brooms 6 72

" Daniel Cummings & Co., sledge handles 18 05

" J. W. Gay, " 6 00

" John W. Lord, iron work 87

" Amory Jewett, roofing 11 76

" Aaron R. Gay, stationery 10 35

" John Backup, " 151

" Norfolk County Jom-nal, printing 12 00

" Henry White, liniment 63

" George S. Smith, pasturing horse 9 50

" J. I. Caldwell, coal .... 22 89

" Gera Farnum, surveying 22 50

" Amasa Pray, spars for derrick 8 00

" S. E. Chubbuck & Son, iron for derrick 19 90

" Day Cordage Co., rope for " 68 29

*' William Saunders, veterinary services 42 00

" Francis Lovell, blocks 16 63

" Michael Wrin, water pots 5 25 ■

" Fillebrown & Holbrook, water pots 2 00

" Thomas Dolan, watering streets 3,033 50

4,672 81

$66,489 43
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