Minutes of Matters to be Narrated, 1765 September 3

ms-number767306.4

abstractA list of of the various Charity School expenses have been informally noted. The trailer indicates that these items will be listed in official accounts.

handwritingHandwriting is informal and loose, yet clear and legible. It appears that another hand, likely Wheelock's, has made edits to the document in a different ink.

paperLarge sheet folded into quarters is in good condition, with light-to-moderate creasing, yellowing and wear. There is a large central watermark.

inkThere are both dark-brown and black inks on the document.

noteworthyThe contents of this document relate to those of manuscripts 767306.2 and 767306.3.

EventsBuilding of Occom’s house

  In the Chargese of Supplies for the Miſsionaries, Interpreters & School Maſters the following Things are included
Mr Pomeroy’s & Radulphus Wheelock’s Miſsion
Mr Aſhpo’s Miſsion 3 1/2 Months
paid towards mr Occom’s Houſe & Support of his Family
Mr Titus Smith’s Miſsion & his Interpreter about 6 Months —
Mr Chamberlain ^& his Interpreter^ & Mr Kirtlands Miſsion ^and an occaſional Interpreter^ about a Year & a half ^8 months^ with their Interpreters
Support of [gap: omitted] 5 Schoolmaſters
Mr Kirtland’s Houſe—
David Fowler & his Wife
Mr Chamberlain’s Debt at College
Mr Kinne Miſsion [gap: omitted] months
In the Charge of Board &c[illegible: [guess: a]] is included a Horſe & ſundries for General Tekanande
also Mc Cluer & Avery’s Support at College— 6 months
[illegible]Remains on hand a conſiderable Stock of Clothing
the Miſsionaries & School maſters have ſupplies enough for this year—
about 40 have been the Subjects of Charity the year past in the School & Wilderneſs—
the Work done by the Females for the School amounts to about £31— Sterling beſides conſiderable they have done of which no Account has been kept.
Number of^in^ the Schools in the Wilderneſs have been about 100—
about 30 at preſent Subjects of Charity
 
Minutes of Matters
to be narrated
in y.e School Acco.t from Septr 3. 1765 to May 6. 1767.
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