Account, 1767 May 6 to October 21

ms-number767306.7

doi
10.1349/ddlp.1455

abstractExpenditures of, and donations to, the Indian Charity School in Lebanon, CT.

handwritingUnknown hand is informal and occasionally difficult to decipher.

paperLarge sheet folded in half is in good condition, with light-to-moderate creasing, staining and wear.

inkBrown-black.

layoutAlthough the paper is folded in half as if to make four separate pages, text is also written out across the span of each side of the entire paper. Text is also written in various orientations.

noteworthyDue to ledger formatting, transcription line breaks and text orientations may not exactly match those of the document. In instances where the intention regarding an abbreviation is uncertain, the abbreviation has been left unexpanded in the modernized transcription. Given the amount of deletions and additions, this document appears to be a draft.

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D.r The Indian Charity School in Lebanon from May 6.th to Oct.r 21.st 1767 to Eleazar Wheelock C.r
Sterling
To sundry articles of Cloathing furni‐‐ture &c ^for ye school & Mi[illegible: [guess: ſs]][illegible] & school masters^£ 99.0.3 3/4 lawful money £74..5.2 3/4
To cost of printing the continuation of my narrative AD 17632 omitted £27.02.0 3/4} 20..6..6
To ^ye support the stated^ Expences of illegible Miſsionaries Interpreters and School‐maſters among the Indians exclusive of their cloathing & furniture with which they have been supplied out of the common stock £174.13..2 1/4} 130..19..11
To the Expences of my son's miſsion ^[left]of 3 1/2 weeks^ with Augustine Hoebbard to Oneida to settle a school & open a door for a Miſsy at old Oneida & to [illegible] ^defraying ye Expences of^ 7 Indian Children from that Country of boys from Shanawere here to this School — £17.5} 12..18..9
{To Expences for supporting ^the of^ the members of the male school ^School Master &c^ £148..09.9 1/2} 111.07..4 1/4 ^104..17..2 3/4^
{To schoolmasters board & wages £23.13 17..14..9
"To Expences of mantaining ^the Expences of ye support of^ the female School, ^Miſtreſs &c^£36..6..5}" 27..4.10 1/4 ^23..10..10 1.4^
To Expences of occasional Journies &c} ..12..11..8
To balance refer'd to C.r the new Acct — ^£16.15.6 3/4^ 62..14..7
£452..8..10 3/4
sterling
"xBy balance of Acco.t adjusted May 6th, 1767 " £76..6..1
xBy a piece of black broadcloth M.r Whitaker bought & sent over to ^in England for^ the school — } 21—
xBy M.r Robt Hodgson of London's bills of Exchange on D.r Prince of Salem — } 20—
xBy M.r Samuel Barminters Bills of ^do^ on M.r James Pierce } 5..5
By my bills on M.r Robert Keen in fav.r Meſs.rs Dan & Joshua Lathrop — — } 140—
By my bills on ditto in fav.r M.r Asahel Clark. 63..17..8
xBy Contributions made rec.d which were made ^in this Colony^ by virtue of a brief granted by ye genl Aſsembly } 66..13..1
xBy Intrest of Subscriptions — 3..16..1
xBy ^public & private^ donations recd in my Journey to Portsmouth in Augt ^ last Augt^ — } 37..16..10 1/4
xBy a grant recd from ^of^ the London Commiſsoioner^s^ in Boston — — —} 7.10—
By cash rec.d for Tuition of English scholars — — — 0..12..4 1/2
By work done for my Aſsistance by the members of ye male School — — — } 5..17..9
By ditto for my family & others by the members of ye female School — } 3..14—
£452..8..10 3/4
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Balance — 50.5.7 1/2 Subs: £2.10.11
Miſsys £265.2.2 1/2 Contb 17.0.0 1/4
Cloaths.. 107..2..1 1/4 Donat 42..0—
School.. 229.6.0 8/4 Bills.. 476..6.7
Female.. 42.14.7 Balance 170.2.4
Miſcel: 14.13.11 1/4 LM £6709..4..6 1/4
LM £709..4..6 1/4 177..6.1 1/2
177..6- 1 3/4 Sterg 531..10..4 3.4
Sterg £531-10.4 3/4
^[right]The Indian Charity^
Quote of Donations
&c.
1 2 3 4 5
Miſsys Cloathg Male School Fem: Misc[illegible: [guess: ſ]]
8.9.10 1.8— 0.10..3 1/2 0..11..9 2.9..2
10— 4.7..4 7 — 11..6 1.17..11 1-4
1.15.3 6.6 16..0..4 2..2..1 — 47 1.5..1
14.6 2.6— 11..0..2 2..1..10 — 45 3..10.10
1.13— 8..2..10 1..0..9 2.6.8 — 57 1..19..4
7— 3.5.5 — 20 5.0 33.18.5 — 72 10—
4.19..9 11.1.2 1/2 — 47 1.1.0 1.1.6. 74 14..4
37..5.4-23 9..2..1 — 40 4..3..0 42..14..7 2..3..9
21..11.7 1/4-42 11.6— 55 2.7 3.6
90.10.9 1/4..63 179-5-11 1/2 36..11..0 1/2 14..13..11 3/4
7.5— 664.19.0 3.16.11 — 24
10— 227.3..2 8.12.0 — 20
0.5.1 120.1.0 3/4 1.16.6 — 29
10—} 65 70 7.10 — 30
52.10.9 1/2— 107.2..1 3/4 2.15.9 1/2 — 31
22..5.10 1/2 3.12.9 1/2 — 32
265..2..2 1/2 3.19.1 — 33
6.5.7 — 34
12.9.2 — 35
16.2 — 36
4.12.5 — 30
3.14.10 1/2 — 39
1.7.10 1/2 — 40
90..8..0 1/2
5.11.7 — 43
13.7.0 3/4 — 47
0.15.01/2 — 40
9.0.4 — 55
7.0— 57
0.1.3 — 58
6.2.9 — 59
10..11.1 — 60
215..13..6 3/4
4..7..11 — 73
4.10.30 — 74
235..3.0 3/4
5.17—
229..6..3/4
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