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" George Curtis, " of wharf 330 00

" County of Norfolk, " 75 00

" Andrew W. Newman, hay scales- • • 121 26

" Joseph W. Tucker, officers' fees 237 50

" " " dog licenses 653 00

" George K. Goodwin, license 10 00

" Joshua Seaver, error in bill 21 20

" Commonwealth of Massachusetts,

School Fund 941 36

" Commonwealth of Massachusetts, pay

of Militia 442 50

" Commonwealth of Massachusetts, rent

of armory 175 00

" LOANS authorized 10,000 00

— — — $24,887 63



$3,094 58



50

EXPENDITURES.

Paid for PRINTING, ADVERTISING, SURVEYING,
STATIONERY AND BOOKS—

To Norfolk County Journal, printing 528 77

" John M. Hewes, printing 869 49

" John H. Bufford, " 194 50

" Atlas and Daily Bee, advertising 913

" Worthington, Flanders Co., " • - 13 00

" Charles O. Rogers, " • • 6 75

" Aaron R. Gay, stationery • ■ • • 256 46

" Phineas Libbey, binding • 3 24

" Benjamin Bradley, " • • 69 26

" James T. Bicknell, " 65 63

" Orus Clark, "plans 12 00

" Theodore B. Moses, surveying 746 30

" James Slade, " 50 00

" William A. Garbett, " 75 40

" Owen Nawn, paid for " 12 20

" William L. Dearborn " - • • 117 45

" A. J. Coolidge, books 5 00

" Adams, Sampson & Co., directories • 60 00

Paid for NOTIFYING AND ATTENDING MEET-
INGS, USE OF ROOMS, DISTRIBUTING EN-
VELOPES, AND PAY OF WARD OFFICERS—

To pay of Ward Officers 156 00

" S. E. Partridge, notifying & attending meetings 51 24

" Morrill P. Berry, " " " 70 50

" E. G. Cobb, " " " 23 00

" Joseph Parker, " » » 18 50

" Henry L. Ford, " " " 88 50

" Edward F. Mecuen, " it a 1925

" A. L. Youler, distributing reports " 6 00

" Amos Morse, " 9 00

" Charles F. Sleeper, rent of room 20 00

" Tremont Baptist Society, rent of room 50 00

Paid for SUNDRIES NOT OTHERWISE ENUME-
RATED—

To Roxbury City Guard, firing salute 275 00

" " " rent of armory 300 00

" Thomas CuUigin, ringing bell 4 00

" Phineas Colburn, " 4 00

" Joseph Hastings, " 2 00

« Thomas Powell, " 2 50

•' Thomas Coan, " 4 00

« John Culligin, " 2 00

« James M. Barton, " 2 00

" Samuel Aspinwall, flag-staff 200 00

" J. L. Taylor, flag 70 00

" J. B. Smith, refreshments 170 75

Amount carried forward, 1,036 25 $3,606 57



511 99



51.



Amount brought forward,

To Norfolk County Band, music

" F. W. Ilentz, High School, refreshments • • •

" Relief Steamboat Co., use of boat

'* William Gaston, extra services. Solicitor • • •

" Mihon Young, damages

" William Sutherland, damages- ■

" Asa Patten, "

" Rufus Wyman, examining titles

" William I. Bowditch, "

" Enos Foord, recording

" Samuel S. Chase, carpenter's work

" Jewell & Shaw, "

" True Russell, "

" Sweat & Boston, "

" Patrick H. Rogers, "

" David McClaren, "

" J. M. Marston, "

" Henry R. Taylor, book case. Police Court- •
" B. F. & G. H. Wiggin, painting and glazing-
" Isaac S. Barton, painting Police Court room-

" John Dove, paid for labor

" Andrew W. Newman, weighing

" William L. Hicks, posting bills

" T. D. Mullrey, stone

" Henry Pratt, repairing locks

" Roxbury Gas Light Co., gas • -

" I. F. Richardson, gas fixtures - - -

" Bixby & Cole, sounding creek

" Joseph W. Tucker, paid for carting

" Henry White, sundries

" Nelson Worthen, rent

" E. T. Northend, carriage hire

" Theodore Otis, paid for "

" John J. Merrill, "

" William J. Mathes, " • • • • •

" Benjamin Franklin, "

" Luke Jewett, "

" Town of Dorchester, monuments

" William Manning, return of deaths

" John C. Seaver, " " •

" Joseph Giles, varnishing hearse

" Reuben Weeks, blacksmith's work

" Joseph W. Dudley, paid cleaning rooms - - •
" William N. Felton, "

" Joseph W. Dudley, " _ clerk hire

" George F. Seaver, copying

" Joshua Seaver, "

" John W. Parker, clerk hire

" Edward Holden, copying

" Charles K. Dillaway, indexing

" Thomas Gannon, grading land

" James Ruth, "

Amount carried forward,



1,03G 2^)


$3,G0G 57


24 00




100 00




75 00




400 00




■205 00




175 00




400 00




285 00




54 00




83 52




47 65




3 50




1 00




2 78




25 00




8 08




188 37




135 00




23 37




20 37




15 00




37 52




7 00




2 00




5 83




384 32




18 15




12 50




G 13




7 59




100 00




55 50




25 00




39 50




44 00




9 00




18 75




12 65




43 80




33 73




7 00




75




29 00




13 95




85 50




213 00




27 00




255 00




25 00




200 00




100 00




25 00




5,152 06


$3,606 57



52

Amount brought forward, 5,152 06 $3,606 57

To Michael Jackson, trimming trees 22 50

u » u u 13 50

" Isaac S. Burrell, postage 64 77

" Norfolk Mutual Insurance Co., insurance 197 50

" City Mutual Insurance Co., " 26149

" Franklin Winchester, Harbor Master 112 50

" Swain & Craft, brooms, &c. 19 16

" J. I. Caldwell, coal 23 34

" J. E. Adams & Co., coal 129 76

" Daniel TitFany, charcoal 28 11

" Asa Wyman, collecting 19 87

" AViUiam D. Cook, " 24 85

" Henry R. Taylor, shades, &c. 55 75

" Ham & Leighton, lime and sand 19 17

" Jonas Pierce, Jr., cleaning 13 50

" L. D. Davenport, lumber 1 50

" Michael Killian, stone work 48 25

" Samuel Walker & Co., trees 18 50

" Mason G. Field, labor 5 00

" Joseph Batchelder, cleaning vault 8 00

" William H. Young, " 9 00

" Moses Gragg, census 225 00

" Charles Worthen, making fires 3 50

" George Curtis, lumber 38 63

" G. H. & W. J. Keep, glazing 3 00

" Joseph S. Waterman, repairs 24 55

" William D. Cook, killing dogs 13 50

" Matthew Clark, " 13 00

" Jeremiah M. Swett, " 12 00

" John R. Hall, plan 10 00

" B. C. Benner, building fence 6 17

" Stephen Smith & Co., desk 25 00

" Joseph McDonald, reward 60 00

" George Onion, medicine 3 87

" Gideon B. Richmond, labor 50 00

" Colburn's Express, services 1 40

" Bay State Telegraph Co., subscription 100 00

" E. W. Noyes, oil cloth 75

" Fillebrown & Holbrook, stove work 66 42

" Joseph W. Winslow, land rent 12 00

" James H. Wood, brooms, &c. 5 42

" Johnson & Leavitt, covering well 3 00

" Thomas Gavin, watering streets 2 00

" John Bowdlear, hanging bell 15 00

" Francis W. Fuller, hardware 2 80

" I. & H. M. Harmon, estimates 1 50

" Brown & Blair, " 40 00

" Asa B. Cram, labor 26 00

" Laban S. Beecher and others, referees 40 00

" William Rumrill, " » 6 00

" John Webber, witness fees 5 00

" William Dove, " I 50



Amount carried forward, 7,065 09 S3, 606 57



53

Amount brought forward, 7,065 09 $3,60G 57

To Melzar Waterman, rent 13 00

" J. P. Clapp, stone 4 00

" William JS. Sewall, reward 25 00

" Laban S. Beeeher, State Valuation 200 00

" Joshua Seaver, " 200 00

" William Rumrill, " 200 00

" Franklin Jones, carting 1 50

" Ezra Young, paid for labor 4 82

" Tuttle & Moore, ink 1 lo

" Henrj/ D. Clary, return of shipping 50 00

" New England Glass Co., lanterns 17 79



7,782 30
$11,388 87



TRANSFERS—

To Transfer to Salaries of City Officers 100 00

" Support of Poor 100 00

" House Offal 1,500 00

" New Engine-House 370 39

" Steam Fire Engine 571 16

" Evening Schools 500 00

" High School-House 120 20

" Pay of Mihtia 405 00

" Discount on Taxes 347 68

" Abatement of Taxes 96 88

" Police Court 600 00

" Repairs of Highways 350 00



Balance undrawn February 1, 1861, S8,437 45.



5,061 31
$16,450 18



APPROPRIATIONS, EXPENDITURES, TRANSFERS, &c.

1860—61.



Appropriations.



Appropriated.



Expended.



Transfers



For Public Schools, including

salaries of Teachers, Fuel,

and Contingent Expenses
Building School House and

land George Street . .
Building Francis Street School

House

Enlarging Vernon St. School

House

Land for Corains School House
Enlarging High School House
Rosbury Grammar School .
Evening School ....
Support of Poor ....

House Offal

Highways, Bridges and Side

walks

Widening Washington Street
" Tremont Street .

" Warren Street .

" Plymouth Street

" Lambert Avenue

" Sumner Street .

'.' Water Street .

" Walnut Street .

Widening & constructing Short

Street

Constructing new Street from

Heath to Centre Street .
Dale Street Park ....
Orchard Street Park . . .
Square near Ruggles Street
Oakland Place Square . .
Land, Swett Street . . .
Sewer, Davis Street . . .
Sewer and Grading Plymouth

Street

Sewer, Fellows Street . . ,
Surveying for Sewers . , ,
Fire Department . . . . ,

Reservoirs ,

New Engine House . . . ,
Steam Fire Engine and Appa-

ratue ,

Watch and Police

Police Cotu't

Lamps

State Tax

County Tax

Military Services

Discount on Taxes ....
Abatement of Taxes ....
City Debt and Interest . . .
Salaries of City Officers . .
Contingent Expenses . . .



)7,662 72



}■ 25,500 00



11,642 98

3,650 00

500 00

10,464 25

2,335 89

67,644 03



28,182 60



- 70,055 41
6,500 00

- 23,921 22



15,811 67
1,800 00
3,870 39

4,571 16
18,704 16

1,566 78
14,840 88

5,507 50

22,367 12

405 00

6,847 68

2,596 88
109,881 58

8,962 50
24,887 63



$46,860 68

r

19,056 09



$865 12
1



3,360 00



i-



$550,680 03 $492,710 36 $6,675 77 $51,293 90



1,256 49
1,250 00]
11,620 201
1,650 00
500 00
9,694 19
1,832 02

66,489 43
3,127 53
2,771 55

661 57
7,359 90
1,857 72

105 07
1,030 23

162 84

2,479 30



7,688 78

31,373 04

13,222 00

18,400 00

230 75

6,258 82
11,464 06

9,767 64
126 66
1,153 88
13,358 76
1,355 32
3,870 39

4,571 16
16,723 15

1,363 60
11,378 78

5,507 50

22,367 12

405 00

6,847 68

2,596 88
100,755 29

7,410 42
11,388 87



419 98



47 02



255 69



26 65



5,061 31



3,936 92



577 42

22 78
2,000 00

350 08
503 87

1,107 58



938 11



6,829 62
241 18

1,408 98



2,197 22

444 68



1,954 36

203 18

3,462 10



9,126 29
1,552 08
8,439 45



55



AMOUNT OF CITY DEBT



Dates of Notes.


To whom Payahle.


Interest.


When


Payable.


Amount.








per cent








March


1, 1860


Commissioners of t'oresi Hills














Cemetery,


6


On d


cmand.


S 1 ,525 00


Juii.


1, 1861
11, 1851


Rockland Bank,


6
6


April
Nov.


1, 1361
11, 1861


20,000 00


JNov.


David A. Simmons ....


11,000 00


Nov.


24, 1851
13, 1854


Nelson (Jurtis


6
6


Nov.
.March


24, 1861
15, 1801


1 ,0U0 00


March


Institution for Savings, Roxbury


5,000 00


Aug.


26, 1854


Charles Humphrey ....


6


Sept.


1, 1861


2 000 00


Feb.


22, loJojCily Treasurer, or order . .


6


Feb.


22, 1861


1,000 00


Oct.


12, 1835 Institution for Savings, Roxbury


6


Oct.


12, 1861


5,000 00


Jan.


1, 18521 Jeremiah H. VVilitins . . .


6


Jan.


1, 1862


1,000 00


Jan.


1, 1852 City Treasurer, or order . .


6


Jan.


1, 1862


5,000 00


Jan.


1, 1852!James Parker, Trustee . . .


6


Jan.


1,1862


10,000 00


Feb.


20, 1852
20, 1852


Abitrail Seaver


6
6


Jan.
Jan.


1, IS62
1, 1862


7,700 00


Feb.


Opn'ro-P Spnvfir


2,200 00


Feb.


20, 1852 George W. Seaver ....


6


Jan.


1, 1862


1,100 00


April
Sept.


30, 1852 Samuel Kendall


6


May
Sept.


1, 1862


4,000 00


1, 1852 Cit3' Treasurer, or order, . .


6


1, 1862


3,000 00


Nov.


1, 1852 Institution for Savings, Roxbury


6


Nov.


1, 1862


3,000 00


Dec.


1 , 1857, Provident Institution for Savings,












18, 1853


Boston,


6
5


Dec.
Jan.


1, 1862
18, 1863


9,000 00


Jan.


Suffolk Savings Bank . . .


13,000 00


Sept.


1, 1855


City Treasurer, or order . .


6


Sept.


1, 1863


3,000 00


JNov.


1, 1856


Commonwealth of Massachu-














setts


6


Nov.


1, 1863


20,000 00


Jan.


1, 1858 City Treasurer, or order, . .


6


Jan.


1, 1863


3,000 00


•Auff.


11, 1858 Institution for Savings, Roxbury


6


Aug.


11, 1863


3,500 00


Nov.


1, 1854|City Treasurer, or order . .


6


Nov.


1, 1864


9,000 00


Nov.


17, 1854
1, 1856


Cynthia Stillings


6
6


Nov.
Nov.


17, 1864
1, 1864


1,000 00


Nov.


Institution for Savings, Roxbury


12,000 00


Jan.


25, 1855


City Treasurer, or order . . .


6


Jan.


23, 1863


1,000 00


Oct.


12, 1855


Institution for Savings, Roxbury


6


Oct.


12, 1865


11,000 00


Dec.


1, 1855


Institution for Savings, Roxbury


6


Dec.


1, 1865


5,000 OO


Nov.


1, 1856 Ehjah Lewis


6


Nov.


1, 1865


4,000 00


Nov.


1, 1856 Joseph VV. Dudley ....


6


Nov.


1, 1865


1,000 00


Nov.


13^ 1856iCatherine Crane


6


Nov.


18, 1865


1,000 00


Nov.


18, 1856iCitv Treasurer, or order . . .


6


Nov.


18,1865


1 ,000 00


Nov.


25, 1856


City Treasurer, or order . .


6


Nov.


23, 1865


2,000 00


May


4, 1857


Elizabeth D. Brigham, . . .


6


May


3, 1863


2,000 00


Jan.


28, 1856


Institution for Savings, Roxbury


6


Jan.


28, 1866


4.000 00


June


1, 1856


Institution for Savings, Ftoxbury


6


June


1, 1866


10.000 00


July


26, 1838


Suffolk Savings Bank . . .


6


July


26, 1866


13,000 00


Jan.


1,1859


Institution for Savings, Roxbury


3J


Jan.


1, 1869


11,000 00


Jan.


29, 1859


Institution for Savings, Roxbury


6


Jan.


1, 1869


4,000 00


Dec.


1,1859


Institution for Savings, Roxbury


6^


Dec.


1, 1864


7,000 GO


April


13, 1839


Mary and Sarah Jones . . .


5i


April


13, 1869


2,000 00


April


14, 1859


City Treasurer, or order




5^


April


14, 1869


10,000 00


May


5, 1859


City Treasurer, or order




3^


May


5, 1869


20,000 00


May


16, 1839


City Treasurer, or order




5i


May


16, 1869


12,000 00


July


15, 1859


City Treasurer, or order




5^


July


13, 1869


10,000 00


July


26, 1839


City Treasurer, or order




5|


July


26, 1869


7,000 00


Oct.


27, 1839


City Treasurer, or order




5h


Oct.


27, 1869


10,000 00


Nov.


I, 1859


City Treasurer, or order




6|


Nov.


1, 1869


20,000 00


Dec.


1, 1839


Institution for Savings, Rox


bury


5i


Dec.


1, 1869


18,000 00



Amount carried forward,



g347,025 00



56



CITY DEBT — Continued.



Date of Notes.



To whom Payable.



Dec.
Dec.
Jan.

JVlay

Feb.

April

JNov.

July

Aug.

JNov.

Feb.

Nov.

JNov.

Jan.

April

July

Aug.

Oct.

July

Jan.

Nov.

Dec.

Dec.

Jan.



Amount brought forioard,
1859 fiislilulion for Savings, Roxbury

1859 City Treasurer, or order, . .

1860 Institution for Savings, Roxbury

1859 Trustees ofCoinins Fund

1860 City Treasurer, or order
1860 Institution for Savings, Roxbury
1860 Bearer,
1860 Bearer,
1860 Bearer,
1860 Bearer,
1861 1 Bearer,
I860' Bearer,

1860 Bearer,

1861 Bearer,
1860 Bearer,
1860 Bearer,
1860 Bearer,
1860 Bearer,

1860 Bearer,

1861 Bearer,
i860 Bearer,

1860 Bearer,
18601 Bearer,

1861 Commissioners of Forest Hills

Cemetery



Interest.



percent.
I'



When Payable.



Amount.



Dec.


21


1869


Jan.


1


1869,


Jan.


14


1869


May


9


1869


Feb.


as


I860


April


14


1870


JNov.




1868


June




1870


Aug.




1870


July


30


,1870


Jan.




1871


Nov.




1872


Nov.




1872


Jan.




187.3


April




1875


June




1875


Sept.




1875


Sept.




1B75


June




1880


June




1880


Nov.




1880


Nov.




1880


Nov.




1880



On Demand.



5347,025 00

12,000 00

10,000 00

5,000 00

5(10 00

10,000 00

3,000 00

8,000 00

10,000 00

12,000 00

3,500 00

7,000 00

4,000 00

2,600 00

10,000 00

18,000 00

20,000 00

12,000 00

8,000 00

33,000 00

7,000 00

61,000 00

12,000 00

6,000 00

1,963 00
,^613,490 GO



57



AMOUNT OF DEBT

FOR FOREST HILLS CEMETERY.



Date of Notes.



To whom Payable.



Interest.



When Payable. Amount.



Oct. 1, 1852 Joel Seaverns

Oct. 1, 1832 Joel Seaverns

Oct. 1, 1852 Joel Seaverns

Dec. 5, 1860 Edmund M. Fowler

Dee. 5, 1860 Edmund M. Fowler



per cent.

6 Oct.



Oct.
lOct.
jDec.

Dec.



1859


g 1,000 00


I860


2,000 00


18GI


2,U00 00


1863


4,000 00


1864


3,000 00




S 12,000 00



*The Debt of the Cemetery is kept separately from the ordinary City Debt, and
provision is made for the payment of the same by the proceeds of the sale of lots in the
grounds, as will be seen by the following section from the Act obtained from the Leg-
islature : —

Section 4. "The proceeds of sales of lots or rights of burial in said Cemetery
shall be paid into the City Treasury, to be kept separate from any other funds of the
City, and subject to the order of said Commissioners, and such proceeds shall be de-
voted to the liquidation of the debt incurred in the purchase of the land for said Ceme-
tery, and to the improvement and embellishment thereof, as aforesaid, under the direc-
tion of said board of Commissioners. And no other moneys shall be appropriated from
the City Treasury by the City Council for such improvement and embellishment."



58



Dr. Joseph W. Dudley, City Treasurer, in Account Current, from



1861.

Feb. 1



To balance in the Treasury, at last audit

Cash received of the Commonwealth, for Pauper Account. . .

'' " of Ezra Young, for sale of produce

" " of West Roxbury, for board of Paupers

" " of City of Boston, for support of Paupers



200

300

23



' Amount raised by Tax 213,138 50

' Cash received of West Roxbury, for their proportion of State

and County Tax 7,865 12



of George B. Davis, for house rent 200 00

of Mercy Newell, for house rent 25 00

of Sophia Holman, for rent of house 115 00

of William Whitney, for rent of house 47 09

of George Curtis, for rent of wharf. 330 00

of County of Norfolk, for rent of room 75 00

of Andrew W. Newman, for income of hay-
scales 121 26



of Joseph W. Tucker, for fees received 237 50

of Joseph W. Tucker, for dog licenses 653 00

of George K. Goodwin, for license 10 00

of Peter S. Wheelock, for Police Court fees 877 37

of Peter S. Wheelock, for fines and witness

fees 1,704 64

of A. I. Cummings, for fees 193 30

of Benjamin Meriam, for fees 75 .00

of Hiram A. Campbell, for fees 15 00

for sales of Munroe land

for sales of Stony Brook land

for sale of Brook Farm

of John C. Seaver, for land, Zeigler Street
of Stephen Childs, for land. Short Street. .
of C. C. Churchill, for interest



830

2,075

891

148

18



for watering streets 2,167 11

of Metropolitan Railroad Co., for removing hose

house 50 00

of Holman Page and others, for stone and

gravel 393 90

of sundry persons, for edge-stone 272 47

of Rumrill & Stanton, for iron and lumber. ... 23 75

of sundry persons, for damage to lamps 17 00

of Patrick H. Rogers 25 00

of Joshua Seaver, for error in bill 21 20

of Enos F. Bronsdon, for sale of building 379 50

of George H. Williams, subscription to new

street 500 00

of George Lewis, for sewer 89 11

of Samuel Cook, for house offal 738 25

of Commonwealth of Massachusetts, from

School Fund 941 36

of Commonwealth of Massachusetts, for pay

of MiUtia, and rent of armory 617 50

of Norfolk Fire Insurance Co 1,500 00



by Loans authorized.



!,874 12



603 04



221,001 62



913 35



3,765 81



4,045 46



7,736 15
277,064 71



$544,004 26



50



February 1, 1860, to February 1, 1861, with the City of Hoxbuuy. Cr.



By cash paid Salaries of Scliool Teaclioi's $31,415 07

" " Contingent Expenses of Schools 12,757 70

" " Fuel for Schools 2,t;«7 91

" " Itoxbury Grammar School 1,(J50 00

" " Alteration of Vernon Street School-house 1,256 49

" " Alteration of HiRh School-house 11,620 20

" " New School-house, Francis Street 3,360 00

" " New School-house, George Street 19,056 09

" " Land for Comins School-house 1,250 00

" " Evening School 500 00

" " Pay of Firemen 9,169 00

" " Contingent Expenses of Fire Department 4,189 76

" " Reservoirs 1.355 32

" " New Engine-house 3,870 39

" " Steam Fire Engine 4,571 l6

" " Support of Poor

" " House Offal

'• " Kepairs of Highways, Bridges and Sidewalks

" " Widening Tremont Street 2,77155

" " Building Short Street 2,479 30

" " Widening Washington Street 3,127 53

" " Widening Warren Street 661 57

" " Widening Plymouth Street 7.359 90

" " Building New Heath Street 7;688 78

. " '' Widening Lambert Avenue 1,867 72

" " Widening Sumner Street 105 07

" " Widening Water Street 1,030 23

" " Widening Wahiut Street 162 84

" " Lamps

'• " Watch and Police 16,723 15

" " Police Court 1,363 60

" " Salaries of City Officers

" " City Debt and Interest

" " Dale Street Park 31,373 04

" " Orchard Street Park 13,222 00

" " Tremont Improvement Co 18,400 00

" " Oaldand Park ,230 75

" " Wharf lots

" " Sewer, Plymouth Street 9,767 64

" " Sewer, Davis Street 11,464 06

" " Sewer, Fellowes Street 126 66

" " Surveying for Sewers 1,153 88

" " Militia

" '• County Tax 22,367 12

" " State Tax 5,507 50

" " Discount on Taxes 6,847 68

" " Abatement of Taxes 2,596 88

" " Contingent Expenses

By Balance in the Treasury



$85,553 46



23,155 63
9,694 19
1,832 02

66,489 43



27.244 49
li;378 78



18,086 75

7,410 42

100.755 29



63,225 79
6,258 82



22,512 24
405 00



27,874 62



9.444 56
11,388 87



492,710 36
51,293 90



$544,004 26



JOSEPH W. DUDLEY, City Treasurer.



Roxbury, March 11, 1861.



City of Eoxbury, March 11, 1861.

The undersigned, Joint Standing Committee on Accounts, in pursuance of
the provisions of the eighth section of the Ordinance entitled " An Ordinance
establishing a system of Accountability in the Expenditures of the City," requiring
them to audit the Account of the City Treasurer at the close of each municipal
year, and as much oftener as they may deem expedient, hereby certify that we
have examined and audited the within Account of Joseph "W. Dudley, City
Treasurer, and find the same correctly cast, and all payments and expenditures
therein charged against the City, are sustained by the necessary vouchers.

We find that there has been received into the Treasury, at sundry times within
the year ending Januaiy 31, 1861, the sum o? five hundred fifteen thousand one
hundred thirty and 14-100 dollars, which, with the balance on hand January 31,
1860, of twenty-eight thousand eight hundred seventyfiour and 12-100 dollars, makes
a total receipt of the year oi five hundred forty-four thousand four and 2^-100 dol-
lars ; and that there has been paid out from the Treasury during the same period,
the sum of four hundred ninety-two thousand seven hundred ten and 36-100 dollars,
leaving a balance in the Treasury January 31, 1861, oi fifty-one thousand tivo hun-
dred ninety-three and 90-100 dollars.



SAMUEL LITTLE,
SAMUEL C. COBB,
JAMES T. BUSWELL,
CHARLES D. SWAIN,
MOSES H. DAY,



Committee

on
Accounts.



Ik Common Council, March 18, 1861.

Read and accepted, and sent up for concurrence.

JOSHUA SEAVER, OerJc.

In Board op Aldermen, March 18, 1861.
Concurred.

JOSEPH W. TUCKER, City Gerk.



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