Records Relating to the Early History of Boston ... (Google eBook)

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Rockwell and Churchill, City Printers, 1884 - Registers of births, etc
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Page 11 - ... the wall to be Laid with Lime and Sand Morter, to turn an Arch in Sd Celler and to build a good Stack of brick Chimneys, wth three Lower room Chimnyes two Chamber...
Page 11 - Old Timbr, boards, Iron work & glass of the Old house now Standing on Sd Land and to pay unto him the Sum of One hundred and thirty pounds money that is to say forty pounds down in hand & the rest as the worke goes on.
Page 137 - Whereas the Support of the Free Schools of this Town hath been, and still is, at ye Cost & charge of the Inhabitants of ye Said Town and the Select men being informed of Several Instances, of Children Sent to ye Sd Schools, whose parents, or others who of Right ought to defray the Charge of their Education, do belong to other Townes or Precincts. Where fore they ye Sd Select men do direct the Sd School masters to demand & receive of the persons Sending any Such children the accustomed recompence...
Page 12 - Purge the Chimnyes with good Lime morter; and at the Said Goodwins Charge to finde all Stones, brick, Lime, Sand, Lath, Haire, nayles and other materialls for the Said worke, and to Compleat & finish the Same by the first day of August next. In consideration whereof the Select men Shall pay unto the Sd John Good>BR,XI, 1i (Nov.
Page 28 - House viz* finish the Gate & prime the fence, finish the Out side work of the house. And to prime the Inside worke of the Same, and to be paid what is reasonable for the Said work.
Page 23 - John Barnerd do provide a Raysing Dinner for the Raysing the Schoolmasters House at the Charge of the Town not exceeding the Sum of Three pounds.
Page 11 - Casements for Sd house, and perform Sd worke and to finish Sd building by the first day of August next. In consideration whereof the Selectmen do agree that the Sd Capt. Barnet shall have the Old...
Page 39 - Stud, with eight windows below and five in the Roofe, with wooden Casements to the eight Windows, to Lay the lower floor with Sleepers & double boards So far as needful, and the Chamber floor with Single boards, to board below the plate inside & inside and out, to Clapboard the Outside and Shingle the Roof, to make a place to hang the Bell in, to make a paire of Staires up to the Chamber, and from thence a Ladder to the bell, to make one door next the Street, and a...
Page 40 - ... in, to make a paire of Staires up to the Chamber, and from thence a Ladder to the bell, to make one door next the Street, and a partition...
Page 17 - House." (Selectmen's Minutes, i. 27.) March 2, 1701-2. " Ordered that the House for the Latten-school master be set twelve foot farther back then the Old House stood and five foot off from Henry Tites fence. The Said House to have two windows in each Roome one in the front and the other at the end.

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