2 edition of Reports: Presented to the Yearly Meetings of 1854 and 1855, Together with Cash Accounts and ... found in the catalog.
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Box V.6, Folder 2: WPA treasurer's account book, Lists cash receipts (income) , Meeting House cookbook account with purchases; Tales of Old Concord account, disbursements (expenses) (lists gifts, dues, delegates, committees and expenses); Edward Perry Daniels Scholarship Fund accounts. This account book documents cash payments for construction or repairs of the Black River, Genesee Valley, Crooked Lake, Chemung, and other branch canals, and for the Oneida River improvement. Each entry provides date, voucher number, amount paid, and occasionally a brief note on the type of work don.
Such was the prosperity of Jamaica in ; and accounts still more lamentable are given in a another report of Novem , and in reports of the British House of Commons, of J , of Ap —report No. , , and No. , ; from all which it appears that Jamaica ruin is an ancient and chronic complaint—as. Attends Philadelphia and New York Yearly Meetings, and some Meetings belonging to them - Interviews with Richard Mott and Stephen Grellet - Letter to Dillwyn Parrish. Page CHAPTER XIV Receives a minute to attend Ohio and Indiana Yearly Meetings, and to appoint and attend some meetings within their limits - Is taken with hemorrhage.
Boston Massachusetts History [edit | edit source] Brief History [edit | edit source]. Historical Boston, then only the land of a peninsula, was a faction of the land mass it is today after massive land-fill projects of the mid- to lateth century (the rubble from the Great Boston Fire of help fill in the waterfront) and the annexing of six towns from two counties (as listed above). Law of The effects of the law were immediate. Public land sales in exceeded 7 million acres, a percent increase over the previous year. The figure more than doubled in Unfortunately, speculators were again the beneficiaries through the use of fraudulent entries, forcing Congress to repeal the law in Graduation Law Sales.
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Reports, presented to the Yearly meetings of andtogether with cash accounts and extracts from correspondence. By London Yearly Meeting (Society of Friends). Committee on the Negro and Aborigines Fund. Reports: Presented to the Yearly Meetings of AndTogether With Cash Accounts And London Yearly Meeting (Society of Friends).
Diaries and a "Memorandom [sic] Book" he kept, principally relating to his work on behalf of the church. Both series include some financial accounts. Organized chronologically.
Series A (microfilm reel no.: MF ) Memorandom [sic] book. (p.) Memoranda and financial accounts kept by the author. The back of the volume (pp. ) contains weekly transaction summaries (with an average per day) for the year ending October Each year of weekly transaction summaries is followed by yearly transaction summaries, present year.
There is also a yearly summary for (p. The Nathaniel T. Allen papers consist of thirty-one document boxes, three card files, ten cased volumes and two oversize folders of manuscripts and printed material spanning the years towith the bulk dating from to CON 4/ Judges’ and Chairmen’s reports on Judges’ reports,Chairmen’s Reportscriminal cases in the Supreme Court Judges’ and Chairmen’s reports together Annual Meeting - February, (Vol.
16 No. 1), pages 76 to Transcribed by lhn; digitized with permission of the Kansas State Historical Society. The seventy-second annual meeting of the Kansas State Historical Society and board of directors was held in the rooms of the Society on Octo MS /29 Account Book At back: Accounts, S.M.
Catlin And Edward Hallam's execrs MS /30 Account Book MS /31 Book containing copies of Yearly Meeting and Quarterly Meeting minutes received: At back: Copies of Removal Certificates yearly reports and presented it in systematic accounts.
By presenting the bank’s accounts in a contemporary arrangement that respect s and explains the special features, we offer.
During-the earliest years Baltimore Yearly Meeting supervised meetings in Indiana, but this power was shifted to Ohio Yearly Meeting when that body was established in 12 As the number of Indiana Friends grew, it was accompanied by the creation of new meetings to supervise the religious life of the Society.
Subdivision Lengths - department and the treasurer's reports about cash became the. s, the "statement of accounts" showed the "profit and loss".
Box Cash Book/Day Book. Henry Haines and Edward G. Hartshorne, Treasurers. Box Cash Book/Day Book. Edward G. Hartshorne, Treasurer. The Ledgers give the details of particular accounts (i.e., payments with dates, as well as who made the payment), mostly in the case of mortgages, bonds, and ground rents.
In AugustJohn M. Bernhisel reported that it had appropriated $20, for “expenses incurred in suppressing Indian hostilities in the years and ,” $10, for “general incidental expense of the Indian service” during the year ending Jand $20, for the year ending J This is a facsimile or image-based PDF made from scans of the original book.
Kindle: MB: This is an E-book formatted for Amazon Kindle devices. EBook PDF: MB: This text-based PDF or EBook was created from the HTML version of this book and is part of the Portable Library of Liberty. ePub: KB. The accounts show that most of this activity took place in – (GD/).
The cash book between the factor and the trustee includes an ominous entry for 5 January “Paid John Robertson Blacksmith for chains and staples for Padlocks for doors of houses of ejected Tenants from Borreraig and Suishnish—6s.9d” (GD/).Cited by: The accounts of merchants frequently show, as did those of Phillips Moore of Person County, that the neighborhood slaves were in the habit of buying small articles.
The Moore Account Book,records, for instance, that "on the 26th. of. Guard of Liberty Minute Book, (1 volume) (23 pp.) (1 folder) Minute Book with membership roll, of the Guard of Liberty, Camp #1, Harrisburg, a lodge of the Native American part on "Know Nothing, Party which aided materially in the election of Gov.
Jones Pollock in box 5. cash, in Certificates-total receipted by Spencer Thomas; settled by Commissioners, at Halifax in & (Halifax Military. District.) Revolutionary Army Accounts: Book K, p.
62, No. 70, Samuel Scarborough 6 lbs. Of Salt Pork worth. paid to Joseph Boon, commissioner of Wayne County, inby. The map (dating from ca. ) shows many of the towns that had Friends meetings in New Jersey. It is a detail from James Bowden, The History of the Society of Friends in America (Vol.
II: Pennsylvania and New Jersey (London: W & F.G. Cash, ), opposite p. Full text of "Tennessee county history series: Morgan County / by W.
Calvin Dickinson ; Frank B. Williams, Jr., editor" See other formats. Includes newspaper accounts and clippings about the Wichita Falls tornado. The collection bulks with news reports from the Wichita Falls Record News. A tornado struck Wichita Falls, Texas, on the evening of Apand cut a swath of destruction over one mile to one-and-a-half miles wide through the southern portion of the city.D & J Implement Company was a dealer for International Harvester machinery and equipment; however, the location of the business is unknown.
D. R. Sims Livery Stable (Tascosa, Texas) Records, 1 microfilm reel (25 ft.): negative. Consists of account ledgers pertaining to D. R. Sims Livery Stable in Tascosa, Texas.Full text of "Public health papers and reports presented at the annual meeting of the American Public Health other formats.