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Hummel, Charles F. / With hammer in hand; the Dominy craftsmen of East Hampton, New York (1968)

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Appendix B

Categories of Production and Income for the Dominy Craftsmen for Sample Years, 1765–1820

This appendix is not a reproduction of the Dominy accounts. It represents only a sample of them at five- and ten-year intervals and is the result of an analysis of the accounts made during the preparation of Table 1 (p. 219). For each of the years chosen, the entries are complete. In order to make the appendix more useful to the reader, the entries are grouped under uniform categories applicable to all the years under study.

  [p. [352]]     [p. [353]]  
1765
Description MS and page Charge Totals
Agricultural Labor
to 1/2 day and Eph & Isaac 1 day 59x9a – 100 £0– 5– 9
to Reaping and O Osborn &c 0– 5– 6
to Cradleing 1/2 acre of oats & Banding 0– 1– 6
to takeing up do & putting in 0– 2– 6
£ 0–15– 3
Cabinetmaking
to writeing [righting? erecting?] and mend bedstead 15 0– 4– 6
0– 4– 6
Carpentry
to 1 day and Isaac on Garden fence 100 0– 7– 6
to Isaac 1/2 day 0– 1– 3
to Isaac 1 day 0– 2– 6
to 2 days & Isaac makeing doors &c 0–12– 0
1– 3– 3
Cash
to Cash [Aaron Isaacs] 105 2– 0– 0
2– 0– 0
Domestic Equipment
to Isaac 2 days work on Cheese pressat 3s 1 0– 6–0
to 2 spoles [spools] 2 0– 1– 0
to 2 Do and mend wheal 0– 1–0
to a Woolen Wheal 3 0–10– 0
to an Axletree and whorl to a wheal 4 0– 1– 1
to a Yoke for a Cow 100 0– 1– 0
to mend wheal 0– 4– 6
to wire flyars & 2 spoles 250 0– 1– 6
1– 6– 1
Gun Repairs
to mend gun lock 59x9a – 87 £0– 1– 6
£ 0– 1– 6
Sale of Produce and/or Merchandise
to 29 lb. of Venison a 2 1/2 100 0– 6– 1/2
to 1/2 fox skin 0– 1– 9
0– 7–10 1/2
Toolmaking and Repairing
to makeing a Plough 1 0– 8–0
0– 8–0
Wheelwrighting
To Axletreeing Cart &c 15 0– 5– 6
To mending a Cart 16 0– 0– 6
0– 6– 0
Work, Miscellaneous
to 10 Days work at 4s 6d 26 2– 5– 0
to Isaac 8 days at 3s 1– 4– 0
to 2 days @ 3/6 100 0– 7– 0
3–16– 0
TOTAL PRODUCTION £ 10– 8– 5 1/2
Contra
by Plowing Garden 1 0– 1– 0
by a Hatchet 3 0– 3– 6
by a Hoe 0– 6– 0
by an Ax 0– 7– 0
by 1 quarter of Mutton wt. 8 1/2 lb. 7 0– 2– 1 1/2
by Cash 15 0– 5– 0
by a Pair of large Compasses 16 0– 1– 6
by a brass Chest lock 100 0– 5– 0
by a Set of Tea Cups &c 0– 2– 0
by 3 lb of Sugar @ 10d & 23 of Tea ———
by 1 gall of Rum ———
by 1 1/4 yd of Callaco 2 Nutmegs 1/4lb tea 0–13– 1 1/2
by 2 gimlets & 1/2 lb of spice 0– 2– 0
by a Hammer 0– 3– 6
by 1/2 gall of linseed oil 0– 6– 0
by 15 handles @ 8d & 5 Scutcheons@ 4d 0–11– 8
by 1 plane iron 0– 1– 0
by 4 papers of Tobacco 0– 1– 0
by Sundries of Earthen ware 0– 4– 0
by a Handkerchief 0–11– 0
by 12 pps [papers] of Tobacco & 2 lbof Coffee 0– 6– 4
by 1/2 lb. of Powder & 1 lb. of Shot 0– 2–10
by 1/4 lb of Cinamon 59x9a – 100 ———
by 1/4 lb of Indico ———
by 4 joints of hinges & screws 0– 3– 0
by 9 oz of wire & a Primmer 0– 2– 6
a tenont [tenon] saw 105 0–15– 0
a sash do 0–10– 6
200 6d Brads at 1/2 0– 2– 4
200 5d at 1/ 300 4d at 11d
300 3d at 8d & 300 2d at 6d
0– 8– 3
by 1 lb. 6 oz of Bees Wax 0– 4– 5
by 6 Plane irons @ 10d 0– 5– 0
by 2 files @ 6d 0– 1– 0
by 1/2 gall of Varnish 0– 5– 6
by Cask of Lamp Black 0– 4– 0
by 14 lb. of Spanish Brown 0– 9– 0
Bethiah Hiks Cr by Spinning at Sundry times 230 1– 5– 3
Jemima Pain cr by 4 weeks Nursing at 5s 1– 0– 0
TOTAL INCOME £10–11– 4
  [p. [354]]     [p. [355]]     [p. [356]]     [p. [357]]     [p. [358]]  
1770
Description MS and page Charge Totals
Cabinetmaking
to a Desk 70 £5–10– 0
to 6 Chairs at 6s 77 1–16– 0
to 6 Chairs a 6/ 102 1–16– 0
to a Table 230 1– 4–0
to a Chest of all Draws 2–10– 0
to mend table 240 0– 2– 6
£12–18– 6
Carpentry
to a Pomp [pump] box 37 0– 2– 0
to Stocking a lock 48 0– 2– 3
to 1/2 days work jereme at 3s 54 0– 1– 6
to 1/2 day work of Jereme hewing timber 57 0– 1– 9
to 5 days of my self and Jereme at 8s both 2– 0– 0
to 5 1/2 each 2– 4– 0
to Jere work on floors 4 1/2 days at 3s 58 0–13– 6
to 1 1/2 day Jereme work on Barn 64 0– 4– 6
to makeing Window frame & 20 sq of Sash 0–11– 2
to setting glass and pulling in ye frame &c 0– 3– 0
Uriah Miller & Son to makeing a pair of Smiths Belows 59x9a – 77 £0–18– 0
to wrk on Mill putting in head Beam
1 1/2 at 5s & 2 days at 3s
78 0–13– 6
Aaron Isaacs to work on house Covering &c viz 6 1/4 Days at 4/6 and Jere 4 @ 3/6 102 2– 2– 1 1/2
to Jere 1 Day laying Stable floor 0– 3–0
£10– 0–3 1/2
Cash
Ezekiel Mulford—Dr
to Cash 7 0–10– 0
to Cash 1– 4– 0
to Cash 0–16– 0
to Cash again 0–14– 0
to Cash 14 0– 0– 7
to Cash 51 0–17– 6
to Cash 52 0– 1– 0
to Cash 102 0– 1 –7
4– 4– 8
Domestic Equipment
to a whorl 4 0– 0– 4
to mend Dutch wheal 7 0– 1– 0
to mending Loom blocks 14 0– 0– 9
to a Shuttle 16 0– 2– 6
to a Dutch Wheal yt Stephen Russel had 18 1– 0– 0
to a wl [wheel] do for Sd Russel 0–10– 0
to mend Dutch wheal 20 0– 1– 9
to mend Woolen do 0– 1– 4
to a Dutch Wheal 27 1– 0– 0
to a pair of flyars for Ben Hedges 34 0– 1– 6
to mending Dutch Wheal 40 0– 3– 0
to 2 spoles and 1 head 43 0– 1– 3
to a Pair of flyars 44 0– 1– 6
to a Dutch Wheal 46 1– 0– 0
to a Dutch Wheal 50 1– 0– 0
to a Dutch Wheal 53 1– 0– 0
to a Dutch Wheal 61 1– 0– 0
to a Dutch Wheal 62 1– 0– 0
by a Dutch Wheal 63 1– 0– 0
to a shuttle 64 0– 2– 0
to an other do 0– 2– 6
to a Dutch Wheal 65 1– 0– 0
to a Whorl 66 0– 0– 4
to a Dutch Wheal 67 1– 0– 0
to a pair of flyars 0– 1– 6
to mend Dutch Wheal 68 0– 4– 0
To a Dutch Wheal 69 1– 0– 0
to mending Cloth beam and lathe of a loom 70 0–2–6
to a Dutch Wheal 59x9a – 72 £1– 0– 0
to mending a wheal with a spindle &c&c 73 0– 5– 6
to a Woolen Wheal 75 0– 8– 6
to mending a Dutch Wheal 79 0– 1– 9
to a Dutch wheel 102 1– 0– 0
to a woolen wheel 0–10– 0
to a Dutch wheal 230 1– 0– 0
to a Dutch Wheal 1– 0– 0
to mend Wheal 240 0– 4– 6
to a Dutch Wheal 1– 0– 0
£19– 8– 0
Gun Repair
to Stocking a gun &c 38 0–10– 0
0–10– 0
Metalwork
to mending Stilliards 46 0– 2– 6
to a stool & setting 2 Razors 51 0– 1– 6
to wire [put wire into] flyars 52 0– 0– 6
to turning 2 Brass heads for tongs 60 0– 0– 9
to wire flyars 230 0– 0– 6
0–5–9
Toolmaking and Repairing
to trimming fine Saw 34 0– 4– 0
to mending a [hay] fork handle 48 0– 0– 4
0–4–4
Wheelwrighting
to Axeltreeing Cart 51 0– 4– 6
to New moddleing a Carriage 52 2–10– 0
to Axletreeing Cart 76 0– 2– 6
2–17– 0
TOTAL PRODUCTION £50– 8– 6 1/2
Contra
by 1 Bushel of Wheat 1 £0– 6–0
by cash 6 0– 8 –0
by 70 lb of Beef at 3d 7 0–17– 6
by 50lb do at 3d 0–12– 6
by 1 load of wood 0– 5– 0
by 1 do 0– 5– 0
by 2 do 0–10– 0
by Combing 6 1/2 lb at 1s 13 0– 6– 6
by Spinning 15 Scanes of worsted at 8d 0–10– 0
by spin and Card 4 Scanes 0– 3– 1
by weaving a Coverlid 14 0–15– 0
by do 21 yds. of Linnen 0–19–10
by do 18 yds. of Woolen at 8d 0–12– 0
by Cash in full for wheels 1-10–0 18 1– 8– 0
by 2 Bushels of wheat at 6s 27 0–12– 0
by 1 load of wood 0– 5– 0
by 1 do 59x9a – 27 £0– 5– 0
by 1 Peck of lime 30 0– 0– 6
by Sundrys bought for me at York & Commsns 33 0– 6– 8 1/2
by Watch Springs 0– 2– 3
by 1 lb of 4d nails 37 0– 1– 7
by a pair of Pomps [pumps, shoes] 40 0–10– 6
by soleing Pomps 0– 2– 6
by Spinning 18 scanes of tow a 7d 41 0–10– 6
by his Daughter Spinning 18 Days at 7d 0–10– 6
by 8 1/3 lb. of flax at 9d 43 0– 6– 3
by 6 lb. Do 46 0– 4– 0
by 1 bushel of wheat 0– 6– 0
by cash 0– 4– 0
by 11 lb. of tobacco at 8d 0– 7– 4
by 1 load of wood 0– 5– 0
by 1 Plane iron 47 0– 1– 3
by Cash 0– 3– 3
by mending Shoes 48 0– 3– 6
by 1 gallon of oil 0– 3– 0
by mend shoes 0– 0– 6
by pomps for my Self 0–10– 0
by do for my wife 48 0– 7– 0
by Soleing pomps 0– 2– 6
by 20 1/2 lb. of flax at 8d 50 0–13– 8
by Carting 4 Bushels of wheat from ye Fireplace at 2d 0– 0– 8
by 1 load of wood and Carting poles from the Barn 51 0– 6– 0
by Carting Stocks from Amaganset Clos[e] 0– 2– 6
by Carting Dung 0– 2– 0
by 1 load of wood 52 0– 5– 0
by a horse to go to Amaganset 0– 1– 0
by do to Ibid 0– 1– 0
by 1 load of wood 0– 5– 0
by 1 load of wood 0– 5– 0
by 1 Bushel of Wheat 53 0– 6– 0
by 2 lb of Wool at 1s–6 0– 3– 0
by Cash 54 0–16– 0
Saw Mill—by Sundries—sawing Bords and Cash 55 3– 2– 4
by 6 lb of Nails at 1s 56 0– 6– 0
by 1 oz of Cinamon 0– 3– 6
by 3 Draw [drawer?] locks at 1s 0– 3– 0
by 8 1/2lb of Cheese at 6d 57 0– 4– 3
by 6 bushels of Wheat at 6s 1–16– 0
by 15 1/4 of Wool at 1s–6 1– 2–10 1/2
by 2 hund Pomp Nails at 7d 58 0– 1– 2
by 1 bushel of Wheat at 6s & do of Rye at 4s–6 59X9a – 58 £0–10– 6
by 2 loads of Bushes at 5s 0–10– 0
by 1/2 lb of Spice at 2s 0– 1– 0
by 6 gimlets 0– 2– 0
by oil and Vial 59 0– 1– 0
by New laying Snick 60 0– 3– 6
by forgeing Drills &c 0– 0– 9
by Cash 61 0–10– 0
by Cash 62 0– 4– 0
by Cash 0– 4– 0
by 1/2 Bushel of Quinces 0– 1– 6
by 1/2 do 0– 1– 6
by Carting Corn 0– 2– 6
by weaveing 13 [yds.] of Chek linnen at 1s per yd 64 0–13– 6
by Carting Wheat from Amaganset 0– 1– 6
by 1 load of wood 65 0– 5– 0
by 1 do 0– 5– 0
by Cash 0–10– 0
by 1 Bushel of Wheat 66 0– 6– 0
by 1 Day work of team Carting wood 0– 8– 0
by Cash 67 0–16– 0
by Cash 69 0–10– 0
by 2 Loads of wood at 5s 0–10– 0
by Cash 70 3– 4– 0
by 5 1/2 Gallons of Molasses at 2s–3d 72 0–12– 4 1/2
by a pair of shoes for Urania [a daughter] 73 0– 4– 2
by Cash 0– 1– 4
by 1 Day planting Corn 74 0– 3– 0
by lb ol Wool at 1s–6d 75 0– 9– 0
by Cash 77 0–18– 0
by Cash 0– 8– 0
by 1/2 bushel of Wheat at 6s 78 0– 3– 0
by 1 do 0– 6– 0
by 3 Pecks do 0– 4– 6
by makeing a pair of leather Breeches 82 ——
Aaron Isaacs by 1 lb 6 oz of Bees Wax @ 3s 102 0– 4– 1 1/2
by a Pewter Chamber Pot 0– 7– 0
by 2 1/2 yds of Stuff at 3s 0– 7– 6
by 1 lb of glue 0– 1– 6
by 1 1/2 yd of Cloth @ 15 & triming the whole 1–12– 9
by 1/2 lb of ink @ 14s per lb & Linseed oil & jug 6s 0–13– 0
by 1 square of 9 by 7 glass 0– 0– 7
by a Hand saw 103 0– 8– 0
by 4 joints of Hinges & Screws 0– 3– 0
1/2 Gall of Varnish 59x9a – 103 £0– 4– 3
by 2 lb of Red Lead @ 1/4 0– 2– 8
by 1 Bushel of Salt 0– 3– 6
by 1 Bottle of Snuf 0– 4– 0
by 5 weeks Nurseing at 5s 230 1– 5– 0
by 3 qts. of Clams at 4d 240 0– 1– 0
by a dog 0– 4– 0
by washing Cloaths 0– 1– 0
by 1 1/2 [days] scowering & makeing Sope 0– 2– 0
TOTAL INCOME £44–10– 6
  [p. [359]]     [p. [360]]  
1775
Description MS and page Charge Totals
Cabinetmaking
to repairing a Chest of Drawers throu[ghou]t 13 £0–15– 0
£0–15– 0
Carpentry
to fit sashes Seting 12 lights in putty 92 0– 2– 8
0– 2– 8
Cash
to 5 dollars paid him [Ezekiel Mulford] in the Street before my door 7 1– 4– 0
1– 4– 0
Clock and Watch Work
to a Roller to Town Clock 3 0– 2– 6
Jacob Sheril to a Clock 63 5– 0– 0
to repairing & Cleaning Watch 70 0– 6– 0
David Edwards to a clock 76 6– 5– 0
B. Hedges to Repairing a watch 85 0–12– 0
to mend jewel 0– 2– 0
to rep watch 250 0– 6– 0
to rep watch 0– 8– 0
to rep Clock 250 0–18– 0
to rep watch 0– 6– 0
to rep watch 0– 5– 0
to rep watch 0– 8– 0
to rep watch 0– 7– 0
Do [torn]
Do [torn]
to repair watch [torn]
Samuel Babcox of Stonington to repair a clock [torn]
to repair watch [torn]
15– 5– 6+ *[1*]
Domestic Equipment
to a pair of Temples 59x9a – 9 £0– 3– 6
to mend Dutch Wheel 0– 0– 9
to a Pair of flyars for Wid Hedges 13 0– 1– 6
to mend flyars & spole 16 0– 0– 3
to a pair of Temples 46 0– 3– 6
to 2 spole heads &c 47 0– 0– 8
to 3 spole do 0– 0– 9
to trim yoke 51 0– 0– 6
to mend W[ool] Wheal 60 0– 1– 0
to a shuttle 64 0– 3– 6
to makeing a yarn Beam 66 0– 7– 0
to a shuttle 74 0– 3– 6
to a pair of flyars for Christopher 0– 1– 9
to mend Swift 76 0– 1– 0
to flyars 0– 1– 9
to flyars & spole 84 0– 2– 5
£ 1–13– 4
Gun Repair
to a Band on Gun stock 9 0– 1– 0
to band on gun cuting sight loop & trim stock 36 0– 4– 0
to an old gun lock 60 0– 3– 0
to a gun stock &c 1– 0– 0
to fit loops in gun stock 0– 0– 6
to binding wire 0– 0– 9
to mend gun & Lock 71 0– 3– 6
to a loop & cut Stock fit for bayonet 0– 1– 6
to mend gun 88 0– 1– 6
to sundry repairs to a gun 90 0–10– 0
2– 5– 9
Metalwork
to turning hand iron heads 3 0– 1– 6
to mend Brass Cock 51 0– 2– 6
to punching holes in warm pan 57 0– 1– 0
0- 5– 0
Sale of Produce and/or Merchandise
to 3 lb of Brass @ 1/ 3 0– 3– 0
0– 3– 0
Toolmaking and Repairing
to whet saw 17 0– 1– 0
Jacob Hedges to the 1/2 of puting in bones & chip plough Chargd to Abrm 36 0– 1– 6
to 10 foot Rule 47 0– 4– 0
to mend Bellows 70 0– 2– 0
0- 8- 6
Work, Miscellaneous
to 1/2 day work in his [Jeremiah Sherril's] shop on sundries 59x9a – 89 £0– 2– 3
£0– 2– 3
TOTAL PRODUCTION £22– 5–0+ *[2*]
Contra
by 1 load of wood 1 £0– 5– 0
by 1 Pair of Pomps 2 0–12– 0
by mend do 0– 0– 5
by 12 Bushels of Wheat a 6/ 7 3–10– 0
by Spinning 15 6 knot Scanes and 2 knots of worst[ed?] 13 ——
by Soleing shoes 40 0– 1– 6
by Shoes for Nat[haniel V] 0– 1– 6
by 1 load of wood 46 0– 5– 0
by Shoes for Urania 49 0– 7– 6
by do for my Wife 0– 9– 0
by 1 load of wood 51 0– 5– 0
by 1/2 bushel of quinces @ 31 63 0– 1– 6
by Carting Corn from lot into the Barn 0– 1– 0
by 1 load of Wood 64 0– 5– 0
by 1 do 0– 5– 0
by Cuting 6 loads of wood 84 0– 6– 0
by 2 bushels of Apples @ 1/4 86 0– 2– 8
by cheese 0– 1– 6
by Weaveing 9 yds [of drugget] @ 7d & 1–6 put in 87 0– 6– 9
by 1 load of wood 90 0– 5– 0
by 8 1/2 lb of Mutton @ 21/2d 0– 1– 9
by 1 bushel of corn 93 0– 3– 9
by 3 gall of R[um?] 0–10– 6
by 1 do 0– 3– 6
by 2 do 0– 8– 0
by 1 do 0– 4– 0
by 32 lb of shot @ 6d 6 spoons & Knife 104 0–19– 6
by 1 1/4 of wire sorted & 1 doz pipes ——
by 300 brads sorted 2/2 and 1 lb of chocolate 2/4 0– 4– 6
by 4 Draw[er] locks 0– 4– 0
by 1/2 lb of Indico 0–10– 6
by 20 lb of Shot at 6d 0–10– 0
by 4 3/4 lb. of pewter @ 1 0– 4– 9
by 31 1/2 lb of Rice @ 6/ per Quarter 0– 6–10
bro't for me 6 Watch springs @ 3 105 0–18– 0
2 Black Pots No 3 & 4 0– 2– 4
6 small files 0– 1– 9
by 2 oz of argentum Vioum 250 0– 2– 0
by 1/2 gal of linseed oil 0– 6– 0
TOTAL INCOME £13–13– 0
  [p. [361]]  
1780
Description MS and page Charge Totals
Clock and Watch Work
to Repairing a watch 59x9a – 17 £0–16– 0
to another Do 0–10–0 paid 19 0– 0– 0
to repair watch again dammaged by a fall 37 0–12– 0
to Repr do 49 1– 2– 0
to Repairing watch, general 51 1– 4– 0
Jonathan Barns to Clock (in Produce at cash price AD 1773) 95 6– 5– 0
  [p. [362]]     [p. [363]]     [p. [364]]  
Owner Maker MS and page Repair Serial number Charge Totals
Nathan Benjamin T. Porter 59x9a – 244 M.S. &c 9924 £1– 0– 0
Elias Mulford J. Sykes Verge &c 9790 1–12– 0
Luther Hildridge Jos. Grove 36750 0– 8– 0
Danl Harte W. Harding 2441 0–13– 0
Philetus Osborn J. Pink 1299 0–10– 0
Nathan Conkling 4th L. Wright M.S. &c &c 494 2–12– 0
Loptar Davise Wm Ransom 16639 0– 8– 0
Isaac Peirson Wm Clayton 4219 0–14– 0
Aaron Higbie Ja Pearson 1908 0–14– 0
Jas Youngs Fras Parkeson 18316 0–16– 0
Luther Hildridge Jos. Grove M.S 3675 0–16– 0
Jas White J. Williams 2767 1–10– 0
John Corwithe Danl Atkins 19096 0–13– 0
Jacob Hand Loundes Pall Mall London —— 0–12– 0
Luther Hildridge Honeyman 925 1– 2– 0
Ephraim L homedieu J. Birtely 5538 0–12– 0
Benjn Conkling the old Edwd Knight MS. &c 340 1– 4– 0
Mikel Howell Wm Thomson 934 0–12– 0
Danl Sherril Herbert 2131 0–11– 0
Widow Wickham Ja Burnitt P change 1305 0–l6– 0
Isaac Tuthill Reeve a small French wch —— 1– 4– 0
David Burnitt Butt London MS &c 274 1– 0– 0
David Miller T. Bournwash 2710 0–10– 0
Danl Sherril Loveland 2260 0–14– 0
Joseph Howell Wm Walding 1448 0–14– 0
Saml Brown Rich Tills London —— 0– 8– 0
Danl Foster P. Murphy No 31 0–12– 0
David Miller Wm Ransom 35472 0– 8– 0
Thos Edwards Wm Ransom 21753 0–10– 0
Philetus Philips Wm Ransom 20453 0–14– 0
Capt Herrick John Sibley London 59x9a – 244 No none £1– 0– 0
Mr German Mason 8432 0–[torn]
Amos Bauldin Wm Ransom 29892 0–[torn]
Joshua Clarke J. Morris MS 1337 1– 0– 0
Danl Havens Ratcliff 881 1– 6– 0
John Edwards Jas Geddes 153 0–16– 0
Joel Conkling J. Grundle 9708 0–16– 0
Abraham Sherril Dr to a glass [no entry] 0– 3– 6
Stephn Saterley J. Butt 1530 0–18– 0
John Miller A. Collins 201 0–12– 0
Gershm Edwards Wm Ransom 20471 0–12– 0
Isaiah Dibble Jno Wheelwright 5013 0–10– 0
Jesse Wood Gregory, Do Jere Quelch 3800 0– 8– 0
0–16– 0
Jere S[h]erril Grand 608 0–18– 0
Silas Beebee C. Gray MS &c 9530 1– 3– 6
Wm Devaule Fras Baunette 8015 0–14– 0
Luther Hildridge Mason 8432 0–12– 0
Peter Howell J. Nettison 1842 0–14– 0
Stephen Parsons Jno Butt 3030 0–12– 0
Matthew Cooper Chas Clay MS &c 1756 1– 0– 0
Joshua Woodrufe T. Tomkins 2506 0– 8– 0
Thos Lamborough Wm Clayton 2307 0–10– 6
Abraham Sherril Loveland 2260 0–12– 0
Oliver Budington Geo Clark 16578 0–18– 0
David Talmage John Bonner 1592 0– 4– 6
Jere Sherril Grand Pinm &c &c 9538 1–17– 4
Thos Vail Sch Mr Wm Retlaw 5153 0–16– 0
Henry Ludlam F. Wood 261 0– 8– 0
Nathl Wells Pt Murphy 36 1–16– 0
Capt Josiah Howell Danl Atkins 17724 0–16– 0
Joseph Rogers Gordon 495 0–16– 0
Luthur Hildridge Gordon 8432 0– 8– 0
Silas Howell J. Burnill MS &c 1156 1– 1– 0
Talmage Strong Geo Munro MS &c &c A BF 3–10– 0
Luther Hildridge T. Hawes MS &c 3047 1– 3– 0
Henry Haynes T. Sykes 9790 0– 1– 0
John Brown Jno Richmond No None 0–11– 6
Henry Hudson J. Bland 788 1– 0– 0
Philip Hedges Danl Atkins 33197 0– 6– 0
Nathl Hand Thos Wagstaffe MS &c 5868 1– 0– 0
John Corwin J. Grimes 3321 0– 8– 0
Matth Hedges Jno Champion 13218 0–11– 0
Stephen Franklin Thos. Andrews 45 0–18– 0
Esqr Littlefield Geo Bruce 63 1–16– 0
Danl Havens Bez Burges 512 0–10– 0
Jno German Jno Burges Gosport 59x9a– 245 No None £0– 8– 0
Id Evans 1129 0– 8– 0
Ezekial Payne R. Payne MS &c 3782 1– 0– 0
Noah Hildreth J. Smith 2222 0– 8– 0
Thos Rogers Wm Ransom 29678 0–11– 0
Wm Bruster [Brewster?] T Betson 524 0–12– 0
Jeremiah Topping Peter Garon 156 0– 9– 0
Esqr White J. Garnet 3296 0– 8– 0
Lewis Staborough Wm Fowler 36412 0– 6– 0
Peter Howell J. Nollison MS &c 1842 1– 0– 0
Stephen Franklin Ed Stevens Boston —— 1– 0– 0
Danl Brown Wm Moor 873 0– 9– 0
Geo. Havens Wm Ransom 36678 0–12– 0
Timothy Miller Geo. Benson 12700 1– 2– 0
Joseph Burnet Danl Atkins 7793 1– 1– 0
Wm Barrill MT of ye Colloden Richd Norris 969 0–16– 0
Walter Grant of do Wm Wood 3002 1– 8– 0
Chas Panloureck junr Centaur Nidme 500 1– 3– 0
David Hand Wm Cape 39 0– 8– 0
Stephen Franklin Gregory 4567 0–16– 0
David Leek Windmills London No none 0–10– 0
Danl Foster Wm Fowler 36413 0–10– 0
Paul Sayre P. Murphy 2823 0–14– 0
Hubbt Lathan J. Williams MS &c 3916 1– 0– 0
Noah Hildreth Ja Pearsons 981 0– 8– 0
Abraham Sherril Jas Porteous 1773 0–10– 0
Thos Baker Thos Atherton 1010 0– 8– 0
John Mulford Cornelus Clark No none 1–16– 0
Hulbert Lathan Weldon 2483 1– 4– 0
Jno Barron Jno Butt 3030 0– 8– 0
David Bishop J. Birtely 5538 0– 8– 0
Peter Mills Jno Bowley 717 0–12– 0
Jno Barron Jn Gray 219 0 [torn]
Isaac Isaacs Thos Rayner 739 0 [torn]
Mulford Conkling R. Innes 3647 0 [torn]
Widow Bowdidge Jn Harper 7856 1– [torn]
John Halsey Richd Walley No none 0– 8– 0
Danl Havens J. Butt 1530 0–14– 0
Stephen Parsons S, C, Long 7075 0–10– 0
Jas Fanning Wilson 537 [torn]
Thos Edwards Wm Ransom 21753 [torn]
Hunting Miller Richd Hale 344 0– 8– 0
Joshua Woodrouffe Powel 14616 0–16– 0
Abram Fordham W. Retlaw 246 5144 0– 8– 0
Noah Hildreth J. Smith MS &c 2222 1– 0– 0
Nathl Rogers Geo Hall 3029 0– 8– 0
Nathan Miller John Lander 29981 0–12– 0
Elnathan Parsons J. Grundle 59x9a — 246 10289 £0– 8– 0
Jonan Howell Lorts [?] 3173 0– 8– 0
Jno Gardiner J. Tringham 28149 0– 8– 0
Jonan Rogers Jno Winter No none 0– 8– 0
Danl Havens Wm Ransom 35040 0–16– 0
Absalom Racket Tho Royle 803 0– 8– 0
Mr Richards W. Ransom 29574 1– 0– 0
Micajah Herrick Jon Barrow 810 0– 8– 0
Abram Hand J. Johnson EF 0–16– 0
Benj'n Prince Windmills London No none 3– 0– 0
Jonan Conkling P Goode 1337 0–10– 0
Widow Hempsted Tompion No none 0– 8– 0
Braddock Cory Thos Leyden 12520 0–10– 0
Merry Parsons J. Anderton 1640 2– 0– 0
Majr Thos Conkling T Butt 12791 0– 8– 0
David Dayton Rd Hampton 4203 1– 0– 0
Capt McDaniel Wm Brent 4349 0– 8– 0
Christopher Hedges Geo Walworth 11950 0–13– 0
Nathl Dominy Dl & Ths Grignion London 1335 3–16– 0
Eln Parsons Worgan, Bristol 32–5 3– 0– 0
£121– 5– 4
Description MS and page Charge Totals
Metalwork
to a shot-mould 59x9a – 19 £1– 4– 0
to a Shot-Mould 95 1 –4– 0
£ 2– 8– 0
TOTAL PRODUCTION £123–13– 4
Contra
by Bushel of corn 20 £0 –8– 0
by cash 49 1– 2– 0
by corn at Several times in all 8 1/2 Bushels 95 ——
by 1 Load of Wood 0– 5– 0
by Cash 1– 4– 0
TOTAL INCOME £2–19– 0
  [p. [365]]     [p. [366]]  
1785
Description MS and page Charge Totals
Agricultural Labor
to Nat 1/2 day on Corn 64 £0– 1– 3
to Nat again 1 day do 0– 2– 6
to 1/2 day & little better Rakeing Hay 70 0– 2– 0
£0– 5– 9
Cabinetmaking
to a Tea Pot-Handle 59x9a – 40 £0– 1– 6
to puting furniture on a Desk 44 0– 4– 0
to a Tea-Pot-Handle 48 0– 1– 6
To a Trundle bedstead 52 0–10– 0
to mending Tea Table 70 0– 2– 6
£0–19– 6
Carpentry
Abraham Mulford's Mill To 3 1/3 days work on Sills & Braces &c at 7/ 35 1– 3– 4
& 3 days of Nat at 2/6 0– 7– 6
To makeing 24 sqrs of sashes at 4d 64 0– 8– 0
to making 4 sqrs of sashes 0– 1– 4
2– 0– 2
Cash
To cash at Sundry times from his Book 34 8–11– 7
to cash Total 9–13– 1
to Do 0– 9– 0
to Do 0– 8– 0
to cash 0– 8– 0
to Do 0– 8– 0
to Do 0– 9– 0
to Do 0– 8– 0
to Do 0– 8– 0
to cash for ye Wool 40 3– 5– 0
to cash 52 0–12– 0
to Cash 70 0– 8– 0
to do, 3 dolls 1– 4– 0
to Cash paid for 3/4 Auger 84 0– 2– 6
to Cash he received of Stephen Saterley 0–15– 0
to do 0– 9– 0
to do he received of Jno German 0–11– 6
28– 9– 8
Clock and Watch Work
To Repr & clean your Son Ezkls watch 8 0– 6– 0
To Repr & cleaning a watch 11 0– 6– 6
To cleaning Do 17 0– 4– 0
To Repr Do 20 0– 5– 6
To cleaning a Time-Piece 0– 4– 0
To mending M.S &c Jonathans watch 0– 6– 0
To a watch glass 26 0– 2– 0
to cleaning watch 44 0– 4– 0
To Repairing Enoses Watch 7/ & a chain 48 0– 9– 0
To Repairing a Watch belonging to your daughter Ptn 0– 8– 0
To Do Enoses 0–10– 0
To clean Do [watch] 49 0– 4– 0
To Repairing a Watch 50 0– 7– 0
to cleaning Isaacs Watch [Isaac Conkling] 59x9a – 57 £0– 4– 0
to Repr Samls Watch [Hutchinson] 70 0– 4– 0
to clean Elas, Watch [John Parsons, Sr.] 75 0– 8– 6
to repairing a Watch of Noah Terrys 96 0–16– 0
Nathan Mulford To a Time Piece 98 10–0– 0
Aaron Isaacs to Cleaning his Watch 102 0– 4– 0
to repairing Isaac's Watch 0–14– 0
to his own Do 0– 6– 0
To Repairing a Watch 107 0– 5– 6
To a New M. Spring &c to do 0–10– 0
To repr your Watch 111 0– 9– 0
To Repairing your watch 113 0– 8– 0
To Cleaning your Watch 114 0– 4– 0
To repr your Watch &c 119 0– 6– 0
  [p. [367]]     [p. [368]]     [p. [369]]  
Owner Maker MS and page Repair Serial number Charge Totals
Stephen Howell J. Van Ruyvan 59x9a – 202 3012 £0– 4–0
Anthony Ludlam Jno Champion 15041 0– 4– 0
Elias Mathews Chas Reynolds 2499 0– 6– 0
Isaiah Dibble Dan Tribe 7934 0– 4– 0
Capt Jno Sanford, Clock Cornels Miller —— 0–14– 0
Jack Parsons Jno Champion 13105 0– 4– 0
Capt Olmsted Fras Parkeson 18321 0– 8– 0
Danl Miller P. Fowler 39007 0– 5– 6
Beers Saml Russell 4984 0–14– 0
Saml Stratton Doll, a, Huguenau —— 0– 9– 0
Abram Rose Richd Bingham 34430 0– 9– 0
Gideon Halsey Wm Grant 9800 0– 8– 0
David Reeve J. Johnson 757 0– 4– 0
Noah Racket G. Garno 4632 0–15– 6
Jonan Dayton Wm Brent 6832 0– 5– 6
Ezekl Mulford P. Fowler 39080 0– 6– 0
Capt D. Peirson Jno Champion 12734 0– 4– 0
Enos Dovise Ja Burkett 3206 0– 7– 0
Sylvester Dearing Devx Bewley 2335 4– 4– 0
Elnathan Parsons J. Josephson 1841 2– 4– 0
David Howell A Rouen 330 0– 4– 0
Isaac Conkling Edwd Groves 111 0– 4– 0
Ananias Cooper P. Ovingham 44422 0– 6– 6
David Leek Windmills No none 0–14– 0
Jno Gelston Richd Ovingham 34438 0– 4– 0
Henry Corwithe Richd Ovingham 38972 0– 6– 0
Stephen Saterley Grand 9530 0–15– 0
Jason Beeby Fras Baunette 8015 0– 4– 0
Josiah Mulford Pieter Morin 312 0– 4– 0
Joshua Woodruff G. Bifield 56 0– 6– 0
Deacon Horton Wm Grant 1700 1– 1– 0
Paul Halsey Wm Ransom 59x9a – 202 M.S 21979 £0–10– 0
Ebezr Hedges John Lander 29981 0– 4– 0
Matthew Howell Richd Ovingham 35145 0– 4– 0
David Lester R. Innes 3647 0– 5– 6
Jno Parsons ye 3 Thos Lyden 12806 0– 4– 0
Jno Brown Jno Richward No none 1– 0– 0
Mr Isaacs Jno Anthony 5123 0– 4– 0
Danl Hix M. Fowler M.S 37650 0–10– 0
Danl Mulford Will Fowler M.S 36680 0–10– 0
Gorden Miller Thos Atwood 18656 0–10– 0
Jere Jones Ja Vanruyven 1024 0– 4– 0
Jason Hand Wm Horbart No none 0– 4– 0
Abram Hand J. Johnson E F 0– 4– 0
Mr. Babcox Wm. Brown 245 0–12– 0
Jno Strong Geo Monro Mend M.S ABF 0– 6– 0
Jno German L. Wright 494 0–11– 6
Jno Miller Richd Ovingham 36115 0– 5– 0
Stephen Hedges Wm Wood 3002 0–10– 0
Richd Corwin Bradford 377 1– 8– 0
Capt David Peirson Jno Champion 12734 0–10– 0
Jno Payne Jos Smith 104 0– 4– 0
Isaac Isaacs Cha Reynold 2415 0–14– 0
N. Griffen @ R[iver] Head A. Campden M31 0– 3– 6
B. Hutchinson @ S[outh]old Powel 13531 0– 4– 0
Clocks
David Howell @ Wikpaug [Wickapog] Aaron Miller, Jersey 0- 9- 0
Silas Howell S[outh]ampton Nathan Howell, N. Haven 0- 8- 0
Hugh Smith @ Mrchs [Moriches] London made 0-18- 0
Coll. Floyd @ M[a]stick London made 0-16- 0
Coll. Smith @ Mrchs Aaron Miller 0-18- 0
Mr. Griffen @ R. Head Isaac Doolittle, N. Haven 0-18- 0
Mr. Dearing @ Sh[elter] Island Clagged, N. Port 0-10– 0
Watches
Jacob Hand Geo Pemberton 22860 0- 4- 0
Wm Gelston T. Chappel 599 0- 8- 0
Jno Dominy Wm Reader 203 Under ye Pillar 5410 0- 8- 0
Wm Devaul Weldon 3047 0- 4- 0
Jno Howell J. Williamson 1722 0-12- 0
Luke Foster Ed Evanes 1122 0- 4- 0
Robert Dayton Chas Clay 2075 0- 8- 0
Jonah Sanford Richd Ovingham 59x9a – 203 31938 £0–12– 0
Jeremiah Havens Wm Ransom 19638 0– 9– 0
Josiah Mulford Pieter Morin M.S. 312 0– 8– 0
Davise Conkling Moore 588 0– 5– 0
Saml Conkling Wm Ekrad 2238 0– 4– 0
David Conkling M. Dexter 883 0– 5– 0
Jonan Dayton Wm Brent R.M.S. 6832 0– 6– 0
Wm Devaul T. Stroud 1524 0– 6– 0
Thos Edwards Wm Crosby 7394 0– 6– 0
Esqr Miller S. Roberts 2209 0– 4– 0
Jere Barns Weldon old M.S. &c 7208 0– 9– 0
Mr Isaacs Jno Anthony 5123 0– 6– 0
Jere Miller P. Ovingharn R.MS 44426 0– 6– 0
Mr Colman Jno Mintern R.M.S. 185 0– 6– 0
Henry Moore Richd Ovingham 41385 0– 4– 0
Danl Hedges Thos Pearsall N.Y 38615 0–11– 6
Jno Parsons, Ak,bnk [Accabonnac] X Lebourn 253 0– 9– 0
Capt Wm Havens Thos Kirby 22022 0– 4– 0
Mr. Starks Wm Clayton 4090 0– 0– 0
Jno Moore Chas Reynolds 3685 0– 6– 0
David Russel Chas Clay 3007 0– 7– 0
David Mulford Wm Ransom 21830 0– 7– 0
Danl Miller P. Fowler 39007 0– 6– 0
Thos Osborn Geo Lewis 782 0– 6– 6
Ephraim Payne J. Butt 1542 0– 6– 0
Ebenezer Hedges Jno Lander 29981 0– 6– 0
Timothy Miller Geo Benson 12700 0– 4– 0
Lewis Stanborough Wm Fowler 36412 0– 4– 0
Hugh McCollum M. Fowler 37606 0– 4– 6
Hugh Gelston Richd Ovingham 39692 0–10– 0
David Lester R. Innes 3647 0–10– 0
Abram Rose Richd Ovingham 34430 0– 4– 0
Enos Davise Wm King 500 0– 8– 0
Beraleel Beeby C. Retsof 52 1– 4– 0
Matthew Howell Wm Baker 2039 0– 6– 0
Thos Baker Geo Taylor 5290 0– 4– 0
Aaron Isaacs junr Cornelus Clark —— 0– 6– 0
Enos Davise Ja Burkett 3206 0–10– 0
Wm Benjamin Rich Trap 12053 0– 4– 6
Capt Wm Rogers Danl Atkins 19096 0–10– 0
Jonan Rogers Wm Richardson 6388 0–16– 0
Jno Gelston Richd Ovingham 34438 0– 4– 0
Elnathan Parsons J. Josephson 1840 0– 4– 0
Thos Baker, Clock, ND —— 0–15– 0
Mr. Peck (watch) Jno Harris 477 0–18– 0
Davise Conkling Moore 588 0– 7– 0
Jno Edwards Jas Geddes 153 0– 9– 0
Mr Frazier T. Jones 59x9a – 203 1129 £0– 6– 0
Henry Corwithe Richd Ovingham M.S 38972 0–10– 0
David Barns Weldon M.S &c 1691 1– 2– 0
£72–14– 6
  [p. [370]]     [p. [371]]     [p. [372]]  
Description MS and page Charge Totals
Domestic Equipment
To mending a warming-pan 59x9a – 9 £0– 5– 0
to a Foot-board to Dutch Wl [Wheel] 40 0– 0– 6
to flyars one pair & 1 spole 41 0– 2– 2
To 2 Whorls at 4d 52 0– 0– 8
to mending a Mortar 0– 1– 0
to a Pair of Tempels 3/6 & 2 Shuttles @ 4/ 62 0–11– 6
to 2 spoleheads 84 0– 0– 6
To Hub & Spokes &c to a Dutch Wl Rim 87 0– 3– 6
to 2 spoleheads &c 96 0– 0– 8
To a pair of Temples 98 0– 3– 6
to repairing a Quill Wheal Axletree &c 0– 1– 3
to mending 3 Fans 102 0– 4– 6
£ 1–14– 9
Gun Repair
To mending Isaacs Gun-lock 9 0– 1– 6
To repairing a Gun-Lock 48 0– 5– 0
To mending Samls gun-lock [stock?] & lock 70 0– 8– 0
0–14– 6
Measuring and Surveying
To measureing land at Akabonck 14 0– 5– 0
to surveying land at longhill 16 0– 6– 0
0–11– 0
Metalwork
To mend Knee Buckle 4 0– 0– 9
To mending a Buckle 9 0– 0– 9
To rectify Stilliards 40 0– 2– 0
to mending Teakettle Bale &c 0– 2– 0
to do shovel Handle 0– 0– 6
by 32 1/2 lb of Wool @ 2 3– 5– 0
by Carting 1 Load of Wood from Spring Close 0– 1– 6
To Repairing a Coffee Mill 48 0– 4– 0
to mend Buckle 64 0– 0– 9
to mend Jacobs Buckle 0– 0– 9
to mending a Silver Spoon 90 0– 1– 6
3–19– 6
Sale of Produce and/or Merchandise
to 8 gallons of Molasses 2 of them for Team 59x9a– 34 £0–13– 6
to sundries from his Book [Daniel Loper] 84 0–15– 7
to 1 Pair of Shoes 0– 8– 0
To 1 Bushel of Corn 0– 4– 6
To 1/2 do 0– 2– 3
to 1 gallon of Molasses 88 0– 2– 6
to 3 bushels of Flax Seed at 13/ 105 1–19– 0
£ 4– 5– 4
Toolmaking and Repairing
To a Rake 36 0– 2– 6
to a Do Head that he broke 0– 0– 9
To makeing a rake 51 0– 1– 6
To boreing a Rakehead 0– 0– 3
To makeing a Great Harrow 52 0– 5– 0
To makeing a Great Harrow 64 0– 5– 0
0–15– 0
TOTAL PRODUCTION £ 116– 9– 8
Contra
by a felt Hat 4 £ 0– 8– 0
by a Dressing a Hat 0– 2– 0
By 1 Load of Wood 11 0– 5– 0
by Do 0– 5– 0
by an old Saddle at Vendue 14 0– 7– 0
By 1 Load of Wood 0– 5– 0
By carting 1 great Load of Hay from N.W. 0– 9– 0
By Ploughing of 5/8 of an acre in the lot at 8/ per acre 0– 5– 0
Ballanced with Cash 19 0– 0– 2
By carting 1 Load from ye Spring close 25 0– 1– 4
By cash for Watch Glass 26 0– 2– 0
Reckoned all accounts by Grain 34 11– 5– 9
by 1 Bushel of Rye 0– 6– 0
by 1 Do 0– 6– 0
by 1 Do 0– 6– 0
by 1 Do 0– 6– 0
by 1/2 Do 0– 3– 0
by 1 Do 0– 6– 0
by 1 Do 0– 6– 0
to Cash for balance 34 0– 7– 8
by 1/2 Bushel of Wheat 35 0– 4– 6
by 1 Bushel of Rye 0– 6– 0
by 1/2 Bushel of each 0– 7– 6
by 1/2 do of wheat 0– 4– 6
by 1/2 do of rye 0– 3– 0
by 1 do 0– 6– 0
by Soleing Boots 59x9a – 48 £0– 3– 0
by 1 pair of Pomps for My Foot 0–11– 0
by soleing &c Nats Shoes 0– 2– 6
by 1 pair of Shoes for Phebe 0– 7– 0
by 1 pair dofor Urania 0– 7– 6
by soleing my Shoes 0– 2– 6
by 1 Pair of Shoes for Nat 0– 9– 0
by 1 load of Wood 49 0– 6– 0
by 20 lb of Tallow in ruff at 1d short of trg. 50 0–11– 8
by charting 1 load of Wood from Spring Close 51 0– 2– 0
by 1 do 0– 2– 0
by 1 do 0– 2– 0
by 1 do 51 0– 2– 0
by Carting 1 load from N.W. 0– 8– 0
by a Load of Wood 0– 5– 6
by Carting 0– 4– 0
By 3 loads of Wood 52 0–18– 0
by Carting 6oo foot of Bord from Sag Harbr 61 0– 8– 0
by Carting 2 loads of Rye from Armaganset-Close 63 0– 6– 0
by Carting 3 load from Spring Close 64 0– 4– 0
by 1 do from id. 0– 1– 4
by 1 do from i, d, 0– 1– 4
by Carting out Flax 0– 0– 8
by 1 load of Corn & Stalks from Joshua's hole 0– 3– 0
by 1 load of Stalks from Armaganset-Close 0– 3– 0
by Sowing & Harrowing 1 1/2 acre 0– 5– 0
by Mowing 1 Day at N.W. 72 0– 4– 0
by Team work [probably ox team] 73 0– 8– 0
by 1 pair of Mens Shoes & 1 pair of Womens do 75 0–17– 0
to Carting Rye 84 0– 2– 0
to work & Rye 0– 1– 3
by 1 1/8 Bushel of Rye 90 0– 7– 0
by 1 dw of Silver cut from a Spoon 0– 0– 5
by Cash for Ballance 91 0– 6– 3
by makeing a Trough 97 0– 8– 0
by 202 feet of Board at 8/ 0–16– 2
by weaveing 24 1/2 [yds.] of linen 98 1– 1– 6
by weaving 34 1/2 yds in 36 Reed 1– 11– 6
by do 20 3/4 yd of Chek 1– 0– 9
by do Ticken 12 1– 0– 0
by do in 32 Reed 0–11– 4
by do 32 3/4–32 Reed plain 1– 4– 5
by do 16 yds Flannel @ 8d 0– 10– 8
by do 12 yds in 40 Reed 0– 15– 3
by 1 Day Team work 99 0– 8– 0
by 1 load of Wood 0– 5– 0
by 1/4 lb. of Tea 103 ——
by 3/4 lb do ——
by 536lb of Beef 3d/1g 59x9a –105 £7– 5– 2
By Carting 1 load of Rye from Armaganset Close 106 0– 2– 6
By 1 do Corn 0– 2– 6
By the use of your lot joining my home do 113 1– 1– 6
By Flax seed had to sow 114 0– 1 –7
By 1 pair of Womens Shoes 119 0– 7– 0
TOTAL INCOME £45– 8– 2
  [p. [373]]  
1790
Description MS and page Charge Totals
Agricultural Labor
to Nat Cradleing 1 acre of Rye 4 £0– 2– 0
To Nat 2 half days work on Hay 129 0– 3– 6
To Nat Cradleing Mr Davises Oats 1/2 Day 0– 2– 6
£ 0– 8– 0
Buttons, Making and Selling
To 7 Appletree Buttons @ 1d 1/2 41 0– 0–10 1/2
to 4d for Buttons 67 0– 0– 4
To 14 Buttons at 1/6 per Doz & 2 Doz at 1/3 81 0– 4– 3
To 1 Doz Buttons 87 0– 1– 3
To 2 Doz Button Molds @ 3d 98 0– 0– 6
1 Doz Buttons 110 0– 1– 3
To 16 Buttons @ 1/6 per Doz 113 0– 2– 0
To 1 pair of Sleeve Buttons 120 0– 1– 0
To 4 Doz Buttons at 1/6 125 0– 6– 0
To 1 pair of Sleeve-Buttons & 2 prs Hks & Eys 128 0– 1– 2
To 1 pair of Brass Sleeve Buttons 129 0– 1– 0
0–19– 7 1/2
Cabinetmaking
To a Little chair for Jonan 21 0– 6– 0
To a Plain Table 10/ and a Stand 8/ 27 0–18– 0
to Tea-Pot Handle 49 0– 1– 6
to a Coffin for his Corps [Samuel Parsons] 53 0–12– 0
to a Tea-Pot Handle 57 0– 1– 3
to a Frame to a Looking Glass 77 0– 1– 9
to Puttying & Painting a Bedsted 91 0– 3– 6
to a large Square Table 0–16– 0
to 8 Chairs at 8/ 105 3– 4– 0
to a Chest with 2 Draws you found Brass&c 110 1–12– 0
to 2 Chairs @ 8/ 1–12– 0
To mending Tea-Table 112 0– 1– 0
To a Great Chair 113 0–12– 0
To a Chest that Henry had 115 0–13– 0
To a Trundle Bedstead 59x9a – 116 £0–13– 0
To a Candle-Box 120 0– 1– 9
To a teapot-Handle & 4 Knife-Handles 122 0– 2– 6
To a chest 17/ 4 Chairs at 8/ Great Do 12/ 125 3– 1– 0
£14–12– 3
Carpentry
To Nat Near a Day Shingleing on your House 55 0– 3– 9
To Nat, Seting glass 67 ——
To Nats work on your Barn [David Talmage Jr.] 110 0–13–11
To 3lb & 3/4 of Putty @ 1/ 116 0– 3– 9
To Nat 1 Day puttying your Glass 0– 4– 0
To 4 Shafts for Geers 125 0– 0– 6
also 12 Sqrs of Sash at 4d & Stuf for them 6d 0– 4– 6
1–10– 5
Cash
To Cash advancd for Boards 33 0–18– 9
To Cash by Thos Beebe 0– 4– 0
To Cash by Henry Edwards 0– 4– 0
To do by Capt Prior 0–16– 0
to do by Mr. Patridge 0– 4– 0
to do by Thos & Danl Terry 4/ Each 0– 8– 0
to Cash 44 0– 2– 0
to Cash that you Recievd of Edmund Barron 92 0– 4– 0
to Cash paid to your Wife 94 1– 0– 0
To Cash your Son Saml paid 104 0– 3– 6
To Cash paid in your Shop 0–18– 9
to Cash sent by you for sundry articles 1–12– 0
6–15– 0
Clock and Watch Work
Aaron Isaacs to a Clock 105 20– 0– 0
  [p. [374]]     [p. [375]]  
Owner Maker MS and page Repair Serial number Charge Totals
Dan1 Peirson J. Edwards 59x9a – 211 416 £0– 6– 0
Enos Talmage Chr. Gould No none 0– 4– 0
Nath1 Rogers Geo. Hall 3029 0– 4– 0
Dan1 Gilman J. Barton 3696 0– 6– 0
Jno German L. Wright 494 0– 8– 0
Dr Hutchinson J. Nellison 3537 0–17– 0
Sam1 Conkling Wm Ekral 2238 0– 4– 0
Widw Phebe Havens P. Fowler 4006 0– 4– 0
Rufus Foster Wm Ransom 30023 0–13– 0
David Dayton jur —— —— 0– 4– 0
Ellis Parsons Jno Champion 59x9a – 211 14033 £0– 8– 9
Sam1 Isaacs Jos Smith 104 0– 4– 0
Dan1 Hedges Thos Pearsall 38615 0– 4– 0
Mr Woolworth G. Mayner 2152 0– 6– 0
David Russell Chas Clay M.S. &c 3007 0–10– 0
Isaac Scoy Robt Hyland 12174 0– 5– 6
Thos Gelson P. Fowler 39046 0– 6– 0
David Russell J. Straw 23217 0– 9– 0
Gates Charleson 7171 0– 7– 0
Sam1 Mulford Richd Ovingham MS &c 38973 0–10– 0
Dan1 Conkling C Thomas 985 0–10– 0
Capt Booth J. Backhouse No none 0– 4– 0
Enos Talmage R. above [No entry] 0– 5– 0
Coll Peirson Jno Champion 12734 0– 4– 0
Jonan Dayton Wm Brent 6832 0– 9– 0
Elias Dayton Richd Ovingham 41381 0– 4– 0
Henry Edwards J. Grundle 10289 0– 4– 0
David Glover Chas Clay 2443 0–12– 0
Henry Haynes P. Fowler 39408 0– 8– 0
Isaac Isaacs Cha Reynold 2415 0– 4– 0
Capt Prior Harland 42 0– 4– 0
Silas Payne R. Innes 3647 0– 5– 0
Henry Davise Jno Champion 13105 0– 5– 6
Hugh Gelston Richd Ovingham M.S. &c 39692 0–10– 0
Capt Udel J. Grantham M.S. &c 13434 0–13– 0
Capt Stephen Howell J. Van Ruyvan 3012 0– 4– 0
Jason Miller Thos Atherton 1010 0– 4– 0
Jno Parsons Thos Lyden 12806 0– 4– 0
Mr Payne J. Williamson 7409 0– 7– 0
Coll. Dearing Devx Bowley 2335 0– 4– 0
Mr. Wells, Pedlar P. Fowler 39584 0– 4– 0
Aaron Isaacs Cornelus Clark n.v. M.S.mend No. none 0– 6– 0
Wm Sanford T. Sykes 9790 0– 6– 0
Jno Franks Richd Ovingham 212 21617 0– 4– 0
David Burnet Butt 274 0– 4– 0
Dan1 Conkling Ricd Welden 4858 0– 4– 0
Jas Griffen Burton 4809 0–12– 0
Jared Hand Geo. Pemberton 22860 0– 4– 0
Zadock Moore N. Fowler MS &c 47696 0–14– 0
Wm Wiggens J. F. Howards 3608 0– 4– 0
Henry Haynes P. Fowler MS &c 39408 0– 4– 0
Luther Foster J. Aldwin 9164 0– 4– 6
Mattw Howell Wake MS 18885 0– 4– 0
Henry Edwards J. Grundle 10289 0– 4– 0
Thos Beebe Thos Whitehead 234 0– 4– 0
Matthew Howell R. Ovingham 35145 0–10– 0
Wm Albertson R. Innes 59x9a–212 M.S. Mend &c 4151 £0– 6– 6
Joel Sanford Richd Dallinton 5183 0–11– 0
Abram Rose Richd Ovingham 34430 0– 9– 0
Rev.d Mr. Rose Thos Kirby 22017 0– 4– 0
Capt Prior Harland 42 0–16– 0
Asa Partridge J. Williams 3916 0– 4– 0
Abram Sherril Jas Porteous 1773 0– 4– 0
Seth Parsons Wm Moor 873 0– 9– 0
Coll Hulbert, Clock P & Embree —— 0– 4– 0
Watch —— 46325 0– 6– 0
Thos Owen Jno Edgar 20193 0– 4– 0
Sam1 Parsons Ja Burkett 3206 0–12– 0
Wm Arthur Boulton 4085 0– 4– 0
Lewis Stanborough Wm Fowler 36412 0– 4– 0
Hunting Miller Richd Hale 344 0– 4– 0
Hugh Gelston Richd Ovingham 39692 0– 4– 0
Jno Gelston Richd Ovingham 34438 0– 4– 0
Uranias Cooper R. Ovingham 44422 0– 5– 0
Mattw Cooper P. Ovingham 40045 0– 4– 0
Thos Gelston P. Fowler 39046 0– 5– 0
Elnatn Parsons J. Josephson 1841 0– 4– 0
Thos Terry Fras. Baunette 8015 0– 4– 0
Dan1 Terry Thos Leyden 9847 0– 4– 0
Abram Hand J. Johnson E F 0– 4– 0
Mr Isaacs Jno Anthony 5123 0– 4– 0
Wm Payne Marmd Storr 7044 0–11– 0
T. T. Smith J. Good 438 0–17– 0
Rufus Foster Wm Ransom MS join &c 30023 0– 5– 0
Esqr Miller S. Roberts 2209 0– 4– 0
Eli Parsons J. Anderton 1640 0– 4– 0
£47– 2– 3
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Description MS and page Charge Totals
Domestic Equipment
to finishing a Wl [wool] spindle & to a Whorl 59x9a – 4 £0– 1– 6
To 4 Knife-Handles &c 5 0– 1– 0
To a Pair of Temples 17 0– 3– 6
To mend Tumbler 0– 1– 6
To a W-Wheel with a Spindl & Whorl 26 0–12– 6
To a Reel 0– 8– 0
To Sundry parts & repairs to 2 D. Wheels 0– 5– 2
To a Footboard secure Crank &c to D. Wheel 41 0– 1– 0
to 1 pair of Flyars 0– 1– 6
To Flyars, spoles, Whorl, &c, &c to a Wheal 0– 4– 0
to 1 spole & Boxing an other 59x9a -54 £0– 0–10
To 1 spole & mending an other 55 0– 1– 0
to finishing Dutch Wheel, spindle & to equipage for Do 57 0– 4– 8
to mending an other Dutch Wheel 0– 5– 0
to Flyars & 2 spoles 62 0– 2–10
to a Dch Wl [Dutch Wheel] spole 67 0– 0– 8
to Hub spokes &c to Dutch-Wheel 70 0– 3– 6
to Flyars & Sundry Reprs to a D. Wheel 79 0– 2– 8
to a Shuttle 86 0– 3– 6
to 1 doz Handles put on Knives & Forks @ 3d 91 0– 3– 0
to an other Doz Handles put on Knives &c 0– 3– 0
To a W Wheal Spindle
to finish an other do 94 0– 1– 6
to finishing a Wln Spindle 96 0– 1– 3
To a Real deliverd to David Leek Jr. 98 0– 8– 0
To a Steel-Spindle & Whorl 104 0– 2– 0
To Rox Rim Standards, Whorl, Wire Flyars &c 107 0– 2– 6
To 1 pair of Flyars 112 0– 1– 6
To a Real 113 0–10– 0
To 2 pair of Knit needles & mend spole 0– 0–10
To makeing 8 Shafts Board for 2 of them 116 0– 1– 2
To 4 Shafts ——
To Repr Dutch Whl, with a new Hub, Spokes, & &c 0– 7– 0
To a Barber-Box (which ought to be above) 0– 2– 0
To Brass-Eyes put in 2 Shuttles 0– 0– 9
To a W. Wheal for Isaac Mustee 0–10– 0
From Nat's Book, March 25, 1789, to 1 Spole & mend an other 124 0– 1– 1
A shuttle 125 0– 3– 6
To Do 3/6 & 1 pair of Temples 3/6 0– 7– 0
To Cheese Tongs 0– 1– 3
To mending a Dch Wheel 130 0– 2– 9
£ 6-14- 5
Gun Repair
to a Feather-Spring to Gun lock 17 0– 1– 6
to an old Hammer Spring & Screw to do 0– 1– 6
to Harden Gun-Hammer & Repr Lock 0– 2– 6
to Hardening Jeres Gun-hammer &c and Bar in Wm Eds Buckle 27 0– 1– 6
To Touch-holeing Henry's Gun &c 41 0– 1– 2
to Faceing Gun Hammer &c 2/ Repr Cock &c 1 & 3 Thimbles a 10d & mend Tail Cock 3d the whole 46 0– 5– 9
to Repairing your Gun-lock, with a new Dog, new-form the Tumbler, new bush the Chap, 4 new Screws, Harden Hammer, &c 90 0–10– 0
to mending your gun-Stock gard &c 59x9a – 91 £0– 2– 6
To touchholeing your Gun 113 0– 1– 0
To mending Pistol lock 0– 1– 9
To work on Gun-rod & Barrel 116 0– 0– 6
To hardening Jeres Gun Hammer, a foot &c 118 0– 2– 6
To Hardening Gun-Hammer 121 0– 1– 0
To Hardening gun-Hammer 124 0– 1– 0
To Hardening your Gun-Hammer 128 0– 1– 0
£ 1–15– 2
Metalwork
To Remakeing your [Col. Sylvester Dearing's] great Steelyards Index (after N) 0–16– 0
To 2 pair of Clasps at 1/6 26 0– 3– 0
To Wire Flyars 36 0– 0– 6
To 1 oz of Steel dust 41 0– 0– 9
to mending Stock-lock 0– 1– 0
To Wire Flyars 0– 0– 6
To Wire Flyars 49 0– 0– 6
To Wire Flyars 55 0– 0– 6
To Wire Flyars 0– 0– 6
to Chairs & Eyes to 1 1/2 pair of S. [silver] Buttons 66 0– 1– 3
to 4 Fish-hooks at 6d 67 0– 2– 0
to wire Flyars 87 0– 0– 6
to New-cut and harden the Burs of a Coffee Mill & 2 screw-Nuts 91 0– 4– 0
To mending Steelyards 106 0– 1– 6
To mending Smoke-House Lock 0– 0– 9
To mend Door Lock 115 0– 0–10
to a Hand-Staff & mnd Clasp 0– 1– 0
To a Clasp for Poket-Book 0– 0–10
To 2 Fish-Hooks at 6d 120 0– 1– 0
a Ferrel to Staff &c 0– 1– 8
To Wire Flyars 121 0– 0– 6
To Wire Flyars 125 0– 0– 6
To a Rivet put in your Sheers &c 128 0– 0–10
To mending one of the Bridle-g[u]ides of Chain 134 0– 2– 6
2– 2–11
Sale of Produce and/or Merchandise
to 3 lb of Veal 54 0– 0– 9
to 2 yds of Wire 77 0– 0– 4
To a Catridge Box 87 0– 2– 0
to 5 yds of Wire 88 0– 0– 6
to 2 pr of R t Needles 0– 0– 4
to 1 do 0– 0– 2
To a Cow-Skin Wtt 54lb at 4d 94 0–18– 0
To 2lb of White Paint @ 1/ 59x9a – 113 £0– 2– 0
To 1/2 the Putty that I bot at Vendue 118 0– 2– 0
To a Chair-Bit (Screw) 0– 2– 6
To an other Screw-Bit 0– 3– 0
To 1 lb of White Paint 0– 1– 0
To a Screw-Bit 0– 2– 6
To 1 1/2 Bushel of Flax-Seed 125 0– 7– 6
To Calfs-Skin Wt 6 1/2lb at 8d 0– 4– 4
16 lb. of Veal at 3d 0– 4– 0
£ 2–10–11
Toolmaking and Repairing
to a Cradle for grain 4 0– 8– 0
To a Rake-Head 55 0– 0– 3
To Dressing your Hand-saw 0– 1– 3
To 3 Nebs 0– 0– 9
to Triming Dovetail Saw 63 0– 0–10
To Mending 4 Rakes 67 0– 2– 0
To a Cradle for grain that had been usd 0– 5– 6
To mending another do 67 0– 1– 9
To mending a scythe &c 0– 2– 0
to Button Molds at sundry times 0– 2– 7
to Nat 2/3 of a Day work on Plough &c 0– 2– 8
to Nat 1 Day & 1/2 makeing Harrow 0– 6– 0
to a Cradle for grain 91 0– 8– 0
to mending your Pomp-Augre 94 0– 3– 0
to 2 Fingers, 2 Posts, & 1 Brace &c to a Cradle 115 0– 2– 9
To mending 3 Rakes & 2 pair of Nebs put on 117 0– 4– 6
To 1 W. Wheel & Finishd Spindle 0–15– 0
To 3 Rakes at 2/3 125 0– 6– 9
To 2 Rakes at 2/3 0– 4– 6
To turning 2 Swingels 129 0– 0– 6
3–18– 7
Wheelwrighting
To Nat near 1 1/2 days on Sled at 3/6 67 0– 5– 0
To Nat, 1 Day work on your Cart, Ax1 &c 115 0– 4– 0
0– 9– 0
Work, Miscellaneous
to an Order from Dr Osborn, draw ye Pin & fecit 70 2– 8– 0
to a screw-pin for your Son 73 0– 0– 8
To Spining 18 Scanes of Tow-yarn the fore part of last Winter at 8d 116 0–12– 0
To Molley's Schooling 130 0– 5– 0
3– 5– 8
TOTAL VALUE OF PRODUCTION £92– 4– 2 1/2
Contra
By a Saw Index (after N) £0–10– 0
By 1 Bushel of Wheat
By the Ballance due from the Estate of Saml Baker 59x9a – 3 0– 6– 0
By a Spindle 0– 1– 0
By a Pair of Plated Buckles for Leah 0–13– 0
By a Spindle 0– 1– 0
By Hand-Irons & Tramel Wt 20lb & Spindle 1/ 1– 1– 0
by your Self & son takeing up Grain &c 4 0– 3– 6
by a Felt Hat
By 22lb of Dryd apples at 6d 6 0–11– 0
By several Bolts of Timber 15 0– 3– 0
By weaving 35yds 16 1– 7– 0
by 1 pair of shoes for Leah 17 ——
By Harrowing 2 acres of Corn, thick-set, 3 times 21 0– 6– 6
by 1 Day Carting Wood from Joshs Hale 25 0– 8– 0
by 1 Day Ploughing in the Lot – a little extraord'ny 0– 9– 0
by 3 Days Teem Work @ 8 1– 4– 0
by 1 Do Ploughing in the Lot 0– 8– 0
by Carting 3 loads at 3 times from Joshs hole 0– 8– 0
By Soleing &c my Shoes 26 0– 2– 4
By mending Shoes 0– 2– 4
By Carting grain formerly 0– 1– 0
By a pair of Boots 1–16– 0
By Soleing my Shoes ——
By 681 feet of Pine-Board @ 6/ per C
& 94 Do of Do Plank
The whole you allow 850 @ 6/ per C
33 2–11– 0
By Rideing your House to Sagg-Harbr 41 0– 2– 0
By 3 Hours smart servise with your Teem ——
by 3 Squares of Glass at 4d 44 0– 1– 0
by Teem-work 2 days Cart Dung & Ploughing 46 1– 2– 6
by 1 Pair of Shoes for me 49 0– 9– 0
By makeing a Bed-Cord 54 0– 3– 0
By an other Do 0– 3– 0
By 1/2 Bushel of Lime & Whitewashing 0– 2– 3
By Butchering a Beast &c 0– 2– 3
By 1 Day Teem-work Carting from Joshuas hole 55 0– 8– 0
By 1 Day Do Harrowing &c at Do 0– 9– 6
by a Pair of Shoes for Phebe 57 0– 5– 0
by 1 Day Teem-Work, Ploughing in the Lot 61 0– 8– 0
by a passage to ye Harbs in Waggon 0– 1– 6
by 1/2 Day Jacob seting Fence at Spring-Close 63 0– 1– 6
by 1 Day Jacob loading Dung &c 0– 2– 3
By Ploughing 3/4 acre of New-ground @ glide [?] 66 0– 6– 6
By Carting fence at Spring Close 59x9a - 67 £0– 1– 6
By Harrowing over planted Corn in Lot 0– 8– 0
By Carting 1 Load from J. [Joshua's] Hole viz Wood & Hay 0– 3– 0
By do 1 Load of Rye from do 0– 3– 0
by do 1 Load of Bords from Sagg Harbr 0–10– 0
By 1 Day Carting Wood from J. Hole 0– 8– 0
by 1 load of Wood 70 0– 5– 0
by Carting 2do from J Hale 0– 5– 4
by Sundries at Vendue Viz
a Cag of paint 1– 2– 6
Putty—4/ Book Viz Concorde 1 0– 5– 0
a Bed &c 4– 0– 0
old Iron 0– 2– 0
by 248 lb of Beef at 3d 3– 2– 0
by Tray &c 8d—1/2 Bushel 2/—Saddle-Bags & Bake Pan 3/ 0– 6– 4
by 1 Book Viz Milton's Paradice Lost 0– 1– 0
By Meat Cask 0– 5– 6
Hay 0–11– 0
by 1 load of Wood 73 0– 5– 0
By 1lb 3 oz of Corse Brass 81 0– 0– 9
By 53 lb of Wool @2/ 5– 3– 0
By a Pelt Sheep-Skin it being Rotten 0– 0– 0
By 2 half days Hoeing Corn 87 0– 2– 0
by 60lb of Hay 88 0– 1– 6
By Carting 1 load of Wood from Spring-Close 0– 1– 6
by 1/2 Bushel of Wheat 90 0– 4– 0
by 6lb of Tobacco at 8d 91 0– 4– 0
by 9 1/2dw of Silver at 5d 0– 3–11 1/2
by Do 9dw 0– 3– 9
By weaveing 14 1/4 yds of Flannel at 8d 94 0– 9– 6
By Do 9 1/2 of five Flannel @ 1/ 0– 9– 6
By Do 7 1/4 of Linse wolsey 0– 8– 6
By a Fat Cow by Capt Fithian 5–15– 0
By 1 pair of Shoes for Clara 96 0– 7– 0
by David Skoy 1/2 Day Mowing 97 0– 2– 0
by Turning & Rakeing &c a Load of Hay 0– 1– 6
by 1 Load of Wood 5/ & Cart from J. Hale 99 0–10– 4
By 1 gallon of Molasses 104 0– 3– 3
By 12 1/2 lb of Feathers at 2/ 1– 5– 0
by 6 Watch-Springs at 3/ 105 0–18– 0
by Sundry articles that you brot for me viz
1 doz 4 Keyd Till locks 0– 8– 0
1 groce of Screws 0– 3– 0
3 dozen Brass Knobs (Large) at 2/6 0– 7– 6
2 Dubl Plane Irons at 3/ 59x9a – 105 £ 0– 6– 0
1/2 Doz Cabinet Locks 0– 6– 0
By Commsns 0– 1– 6
By Cuting Trouse[r]s, 1 pair 106 0– 0– 4
By Harrowing a little more than 2acres twice 0– 7– 0
By work on Leather Breeches 0– 0– 5
By 1 Bushel of Turnips 0– 2– 0
David Talmage Jur By a Shovel & Tongs 110 0–11– 0
By lay 1/2 inch Chizel 0– 0–10
By Hand-Irons Wt 15lb at 1/ 0–15– 0
By Cash 0– 8– 0
By a Rod of Iron, Drawing Steel, & Snibels 0– 2– 0
By 1/2 the Laying an Ax 0– 2– 3
By Twisting ye Beam & Poise-hook to Steel yd 0– 0– 9
By forgeing a Bit & drawing a Rod &c 0– 2– 0
By 2 pins for Screws & Dog from forge 0– 0– 7
By Drawing Iron & Steel 0– 0– 9
By Carting 1 great load from Mo [Montauk] Hiway 0– 2– 0
By makeing a small Tramel & &c 0– 3– 6
By Sundrys from his Book 111 2– 0–10
By your Father's Horse to go to B. Hampton 0– 2– 0
By Carting 1/2 load of Hay out of Town 112 0– 1– 6
By weaveing Coverlid 113 0–16– 0
By Do 14 yds of Bed-tick at 1/6 1– 1– 0
By Do 20 yds of Linen in 35Rd [Reed] 0–17– 0
By Do 9yds of Flannel @ 8d & 1 1/6 for draw 0– 7– 6
By Do 14 1/2 of chek linnen 0–15– 0
By 1 Bushel of Wheat 114 0– 8– 0
By weaveing 14 3/4 yds of Deviltry at 1/6 116 1– 2– 1
By Do 11 1/4 of x-band tow at 10d & 1/ 0–10– 4 1/2
By Do 21 1/2 Blanketing @ 9d 0–16– 1 1/2
By 1 1/2 Hundred of Hay at 1/9 117 0– 2– 7 1/2
By 1 Day Teem-work Carting Dung & &c 0– 8– 0
By 57 feet of Maple Board @ 1d-1/2 118 0– 7– 1 1/2
By 1 load of Wood 0– 5– 0
By 5 Gallons of Vinegar at 1/6 120 0– 7– 6
By 2 Gallons of [Vinegar] at 1/ 0– 2– 0
By 200 feet of Mapl Board at 8/ 0–16– 0
By an allowance of 3/ in the Boards 0– 3– 0
By a leather collar for pompbox 124 0– 0– 6
By snaps & puting on Boots 0– 1– 0
By 1 pair of Shoes for my Wife 0– 7– 6
By Patching Boot 0– 0– 4
By Do Shoe 0– 0– 4
By Soleing my Wifes Shoes 0– 2– 6
By Do Claras 0– 2– 6
By 3lb of Sugar at 8d 127 0– 2– 0
By Cash 59x9a – 127 £ 0–14– 6
By 3 Days Tayloring at 3/6 128 0–10– 6
By 4 Do Do at 3/6 0–14– 0
By the use of your Mare to go to Jos. Millers 129 0– 2– 0
By Do to 3 mile Harbr with my Wife 0– 1– 6
By Do to the Fireplace, my Wife only 0– 2– 0
By Do 0– 1– 6
By Danl, 1 Day Hoeing Corn 130 0– 1– 3
By 12lb of Mutton at 4d 143 0– 4– 0
TOTAL PAYMENT £64–11– 7 1/2
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Description MS and page Charge Totals
Agricultural Labor
To Pasteureing 1 Cow from 15th of May to 23 of August inclusive 14 weeks 2 days at 1/3 per Week/ omiting odd days &c 162 £ 0–17– 0
£ 0–17– 0
Cabinetmaking
To Coffin 59x6 – [13] 0–14– 0
To Stand & Chest [14] 1– 5– 0
[John L. Gardiner] To Desk Book-Case & carting to Fireplace 20– 8– 0
To Bedsted & Teasters [15] 1– 4– 0
To Mahoggany Drawers & Stand 18–16– 0
To making Cupboard 0– 4– 6
To Mahogny Table [16] 4– 8– 0
To Clock-Case [17] 1– 4– 0
To Repair Table 0– 7– 0
To 6 Trenchers [18] 0– 3– 0
To Chest on Chest 11– 0– 0
To Candlestand 0–10– 0
To make Coffin for Jonathans Corps [billed John Parsons] 0–16– 0
To mend 3 Chairs [19] 0– 5– 0
To mend 1 Do 0– 2– 0
To 1 Coffin for his [John Gardiner (Scholar)] Infant Child 59x9a – 2 0– 4– 6
To one Chest with 1 Draw 77 1–14– 0
To mend 3 Chars [chairs] 86 0– 2– 3
To 1 Stand 93 0–10– 0
To Repr [chest of] Drawers 133 0– 7– 0
To Tambour Frame for Esther 148 0– 3– 0
To Make Screen 150 0–14– 0
To Repr Chest 0– 3– 6
To 1 Chest with 2 Drawers 153 2– 0– 0
To 1 Bureau £5–10–0 & 1 Stand 10/ 59x9a – 157 £ 6– 0– 0
To mend Chair 158 0– 1– 0
To make Whip 9d & Repr Table 7/ 163 0– 7– 9
To make another Whip 0– 0– 9
To 1 Medicine Draw 0– 1– 6
To Repr Chest (general) 165 0–16– 0
To 6 Chairs @ 6/ 1–16– 0
To 6 green Chairs @ 10/ & paint 1 large Chair 3– 2– 6
To mend Chair 0– 2– 0
£79–12– 3
Carpentry
To hang Grindstone 59x6 – [14] 0– 4– 0
To 10 days and Boy Do making Door yard [16] 4–10– 0
To work on C. [cart, cog] Wheel [18] 0– 1– 6
School-House, To making 5 frames 1–10– 0
To Asa half Day 0– 2– 0
To making milk room 0– 6– 0
Saw Mill Dr [183]
To 4 3/4 Days hooping Cogg Wheel &c 1– 0– 0
To Roughing out 10 Coggs 0– 2– 0
To 2/3rds of Day & Boy 1/2 Day fasten gudgeon and make Box &c 0– 6– 0
To 2/3rd Day & Boy fasten Gudgeon & put Iron under Shaft [184] 0– 7– 0
To make 1 Cogg 0– 0– 6
To 1 Day & 2 Boys put in Stock 0–11– 0
To 8 Geer Shafts 59x9a- 43 0– 2– 0
To 10 Window Frames @ 6/ 136 3– 0– 0
To 51 lights of Sash @ 5d 1– 1– 3
To mend Floor 150 0– 0– 9
To 9 lights of Sash & Stock 158 0– 4– 0
13– 8– 0
Cash
To Cash - for Veal 1 0– 4– 9
To Cash 3 0– 2– 8 3/4
To Cash 32 0– 2– 6
To Cash lent about a year ago Viz. 1 Dolla 88A 0– 8– 0
0–17–11 3/4
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Owner Maker MS and page Repair Serial number Charge Totals
Clock and Watch Work
Mary Hopping To Silent Clock [Nathaniel Dominy IV] 59x9a -43 —— £ 9–12– 0
Eb White Esqr, Clock, Nathan Dean 229 —— 1–13– 0
David Miller Ogleby 6818 0– 8– 0
Moses Howell Clock Aaron Miller —— 0– 8– 0
Saml Ward J. Elliot 2707 0– 7– 6
Hezekiah Halsey Clock Aaron Miller —— 0– 8– 0
Jonan Baker Mitchell & Mott 6219 0– 5– 0
Silas Hand C. Hemmings 9420 0– 8– 6
Stephen Sayre Wm Taylor 4575 0– 8– 0
Abram Squire W. Markam 5817 0–10– 0
Zacheus Payne Jno Wheelwright 5013 0– 7– 0
Saml Mulford Dl & Thos Grignion 1335 0– 5– 0
Benjn Coleman Jno Mintern 181 0– 5– 0
Wm Campbell B. Banty 1249 0– 5– 0
Stephen Seabury T. Gregory 6083 0–15– 0
John Bailey W. Freeport 3012 0– 7– 0
Silas Stuart J. Burnett 8204 0– 7– 6
Revd Mr Hall Jno Pyke —— ——
Amon T. Griffing Jno Staples 1796 0– 7– 6
J. A. Turner 211 0– 6– 0
Silas Hand Thos De Laslle 7824 0– 9– 0
Jonas Payne Thos Duncan 22401 0–13– 0
Paul Havens IIG in Case 4486 0– 8– 0
Gardiner Miller Pat Somers —— 0– 6– 0
Phins Devaul E. Embree 508 0–10– 0
Sam1 Denison Jno Moore 1195 0– 6– 6
Jere Miller jur W. Clayton 60028 0– 8– 6
Benjn Hutchinson J. Gould 9005 0– 5– 0
Matthew Gardiner Embree 595 0–18– 0
Richd Blindenburgh Jas Wood 2034 0– 9– 0
John Griffing, Clock- —— —— 0–16– 0
Matthew Mulford Richd Ovingham 35982 0– 5– 0
Henry Conkling Lepine 11393 0– 7– 0
Isaac Benjamin Clark 802 0– 5– 0
James Reeve Miner 7196 0– 9– 0
Wm Roggers Bradford 377 0– 5– 0
Jere. Brown J. Watts 2902 0– 8– 0
Havens & Howell Graham 350 0– 5– 0
Capt. I. Isaacs L. Duchene 45307 0– 5– 0
Jas Woodruff Robt Strand 25021 0– 6– 0
Elisha Woodruff IDP 108 0– 5– 0
Amzy Bushnell Nath Clerke 1619 0– 5– 0
S. Clayton 606 0– 5– 0
Abram Parsons P. Fowler 59x9a – 229 39408 £ ——
Silas Havens P Ovingham 44428 0– 5– 0
Capt Rufus Tuthill Will Ransom 231 34518 0– 7– 0
John King L. Baker 10707 0– 5– 0
Pardon Taber (French made, Gilt case) MS &c —— 0–12– 0
Caleb Dyer A. Anderson 1758 0– 5– 0
Job Halsey R. Innes 3647 0– 5– 0
Stephen S. Topping Ferrot 85 in case 0– 6– 6
David Hand John Ward IM 1125 in case 0– 7– 0
Betsey Helme Stepn Van Wyck (Horiz) 864 0– 8– 0
Hezekiah Sandford Clock Isaac Doolittle —— 0– 8– 0
Coll. S. Dering Devrx Bowly 2335 0–16– 0
Doctr Woodhull Robt Bell MS &c 15564 0–14– 0
Judge C. Smith E. Embree 2459 0–14– 0
Hedges Osborn —— 12752 in case 0–10– 6
Jas Horton FGM in Case 9381 0–10– 0
— Homan Hofwenskold 8747 in case 1– 8– 0
John Case Hofwenskold 318 front plate 0–10– 0
John Prince Jno Edwards 4736 0– 9– 0
Sam1 Howell P. Fowler 39543 0– 5– 0
Silas Havens W. Mallard 1036 0– 7– 0
Silas Havens J. Crowley 1554 0– 5– 6
John Dominy Wm Reader
To Repr ye Same
—— 0– 5– 0
Jere Parsons —— 0– 6– 6
Abra'am Halsey Mitchell & Mott 5025 0–12– 0
Benjn Bailey J. Richards 71853 0– 6– 0
Silas Sayre Thos Ellis 672 0– 6– 0
Luther Case Mitchell & Mott 3782 0– 7– 6
D. Frothingham G. West 101 0– 5– 0
David Sayre T. Gregory 6088 0– 7– 6
Asa Partridge IB 198 in Case Gold 0– 8– 0
Abra'm Bennet Jas Shearwurel [?] 7648 0– 8– 0
Major N. Dayton Wm Barnard 174 0–10– 0
J. Genin R. Worthy —— 0– 5– 0
John Griffing Wm Fowler 36418 0–13– 0
Amos Ryon Jno Hyland 6773 0– 8– 0
Edwd Mulford Ja Vanruyven 1024 0– 5– 0
Thos Terry Fras Baunette 8015 0– 5– 0
Abra'm Hand J. Johnson 59x9a – 231 E:F £ ——
Capt. Avery Reynolds 3359 0– 7– 0
Major Beckwith Jno Stillas 543 0– 5– 0
Wm Rogers Pearcy 17467 0–15– 0
Robt Parsons Thos Leyden 12806 0– 5– 0
John Bailey Nathl Clarke 126 0– 5– 0
Joseph Glover J. Royce 636 0– 9– 0
Fredk Taber Ogelby 4941 0– 8– 0
Luther Loper Chas Cranmer 249 0– 6– 6
Sullivan Harlow PA in Case —— 0–10– 0
Jno Overton A I D 5520 in Case 0– 16– 0
John Bailey Richd Webden 19156 0– 14– 0
Saml Rider I&G 7623 in Case 0– 9– 0
Danl Case W. Berkley 2160 0–11– 0
Saml Ward J. Elliot 2707 0– 6– 0
Capt John Havens Wm Hamoon 3282 0– 6– 0
Sylvester L'Hommedieu Josh Dodds 2297 0– 5– 0
Rufus Payne P. Baker 3594 0– 5– 0
Asa Smith J. Baker 10044 0– 5– 0
Hudson Halsey J. Roote & Son MS. Refit &c 6091 0– 8– 0
John Gelston E. Embree 508 0– 6– 0
Phins Corey (part French) 2355 in Case 0– 7– 0
John Corey Chas Straine 3031 0– 6– 0
Thos P. Ripley Romily 1793 0– 8– 0
Wilkes Hedes Jas Freeman 157 0–15– 6
Josiah Smith Clock London made —— 1– 2– 0
Eli Hutchinson James Briand 1091 0–10– 0
Capt Eson Fras Perigal 18359 ——
N.F. Sayre Chas Clay 13032 0– 9– 0
Abram Baker Powel 13531 0– 5– 0
Abra'm Bennet Jas Shearwurel [?] To Main Spring &C 7648 0–10– 0
Abram Foster Nath. Clarke —— 0– 9– 0
Elnathan Parsons E. Embree M.S. &c 546 0–12– 0
Hamilton White 3915 GLDM 14947^̭̂ in Case 0–10– 0
John Davis Wm King 500 0– 6– 0
Capt Fowler Cornwallis 4130 0– 7– 6
Saml Fordham SGG in Case 1544 0– 5– 0
Doctr Rose Jul. Le Roy M.S. &c.&c —— 0–16– 0
Israel Hand Best 6701 0–14– 0
Danl Edwards Geo. Hay 420 0– 6– 0
Revd Mr. Cram Job Borrowdale 222 0– 6– 0
Judge Tredwell Jno Wallis 2750 0– 5– 0
Henry Talmage W. Beckford 57606 0–12– 0
Saml Miller jur Edwd Pritchett 59x9a – 231 418 £– 5– 0
Saml Fordham PFJ 1898 in Case 0– 5– 0
Silva Cook Chas Ashley 20 0– 5– 0
John Gelston jur —— MS &c &c 80 in Case 0– 3– 0
D. Woodhull Richd Ovingham 33887 0– 9– 0
Mr Anderson E. Joseph & Co 3243 0– 8– 0
Abel Franklin Jas Miller 2725 0–11– 0
Libbeus Porter J. Best 13 0– 5– 0
Nathan Stewart Mitchell & Mott 6266 0– 8– 0
Appallas Wetmore Jno Powel 16928 0– 7– 6
Doctr John Howard Tho. Jones 574 0–12– 0
Trim Beeman Butt 70543 0–13– 0
John Isaacs Nathl Clerke 71186 0– 9– 0
John Godbee Fres Esquivillon & De Choudens 10726 in Case 0–12– 0
Widw Phebe Osborn Geoe Lunis 232 782 0– 7– 6
Revd Mr. Daggett R. Walley —— 0–10– 0
John C. Rudd W. Rettan 6762 0– 8– 0
Job Halsey R. Innes M.S 3647 0– 8– 0
Coll. Dering Devrx Bowley Exra 2335 0–10– 0
Phineas Payne E. Embree 683 0– 5– 0
Benjn Foster P I HD 6537 in case 0– 5– 0
Thos Goldsmith Wm M. Fell 901 1– 2– 0
Jere Terry Smith 3389 0–11– 0
Saml Moore G. Moore 8756 0– 8– 0
Peleg Russell Geo. Mc Metcalfe 454 0–12– 0
Saml Moore Romilly MS &c&c 523 in Gold Case 0–18– 0
B. K. Habart J. Watts 378 0–10– 0
Josiah Hand P. Dickins 208 0– 5– 0
Joshua Topping —— 8011 in case 0– 6– 0
Jas Horten G. Mayner 2358 0–12– 0
Saml Rider J. Huling 6458 0– 5– 0
Silva Cook J. Johnson 3728 0–11– 0
Caleb Hodges Rt Dolphin 4088 0–12– 0
Doctr Gardner DF 2236 in Case 0–10– 0
Doctr J. Havens II TC in Case MS &c&c —— 1– 0– 0
Luther Halsey Jno Bligh MS &c&c 4530 0–12– 0
Ithuel Hill Chas Crockett F Chm &c&c 9809 0–15– 0
Jason Miller Thos Atherton 1010 0–10– 0
Edwd Mulford Effm Embree 12213 0– 6– 0
Joshua Corwin Wm Rethan 6989 0– 5– 0
Humphry Pratt Qaillon [Zaillon] 59x9a – 232 1233 in Case £0– 7– 6
Revd Mr. Young Jno Watts —— 0– 6– 0
Elisha Halsey Carvel 503 0– 8– 0
Jas Sayre Stepn Van Wyck 2788 0– 5– 0
Saml Waters Grafton 354 0– 5– 0
John Franks Richd Ovingham MS &c 21627 0–12– 0
Abrm Parsons P. Johnson 48003 0– 5– 0
H. P. Dering Leslie & Price Verge Pevet 123 0– 8– 0
David Gelston Geoe Haywood 7735 0–10– 0
John King L. Baker M.S. 10707 0– 8– 0
Silas Norris Jno Knowles 2732 0–11– 0
Silva Cook Geoe Graham MS &c&c 12590 0–13– 0
Mr. Slate Jno Banks 683 0– 9– 0
Mr. Slate Chas Wrench 511 0–18– 0
Chas Burnett Wm Fowler 36413 0– 7– 6
Benjn Davis Jno Wallis 2747 0– 8– 0
Danl Baker D. Edwards MS &c&c 3006 0–14– 0
Gardiner Miller Pat Somers —— 0– 6– 9
Jesse Tuthill Chas Clay Click Spring 13032 0– 4– 0
Benjn Miller Stepn Van Wyck 36157 0– 7– 6
Danl Hedges Thos Pearsall MS &c 38615 0–12– 0
Joseph Gerard Richd Webden M. Spring 19156 0– 8– 0
Danl Terry Thos Lyden 9849 0– 5– 0
John Wiggens T. Moore 11202 0– 7– 6
Desire Havens Pearsall & Embree 3440 0– 5– 0
Saml Carman Wm Barton 2997 0– 8– 0
Revd Mr F. Halsey Will. Ransom 34746 0– 5– 0
Capt Thos Osborn Wm Barton 7160 0– 5– 0
Noah Barns J. Bast 198 0– 9– 0
Elias Mulford W. Beckford Verge &c&c 55796 1– 8– 0
Moses L. Case Mitchell & Mott Rust &c 3782 0–18– 0
— Moore Pearcy 17599 0– 9– 6
Stephen Parsons Nichs Heskin 4079 0– 5– 0
J. Wade Wm Orford 55579 0– 8– 0
Philip Hedges Danl Atkins 33197 0– 5– 0
Saml Mulford Dl & Ths Grignion MS &c 1335 0–12– 0
Hemilton White 3915 GLDM in Case M.S. —— 0– 8– 0
Stephen S. Topping Tarat M.S. 85 in Case 0– 8– 0
Abram Squire W. Markham 5817 0–14– 0
Doctr A. Prentice Jas Gordon 1514 0– 9– 0
Lemuel Payne M. Baker 3776 0– 8– 0
David Sayre J. Thompson 5322 0– 5– 0
Thos Harris Thos Honeyman 100 0– 8– 0
John Terry C. Clay 59x9a – 232 5029 0–15– 0
John Terry J. Butt 10762 £ 0– 5– 0
Capt. H. Latham (Clock) N.D. —— 0– 8– 0
Conkling Havens Richd Ovingham 23806 0– 7– 6
Wm Hawsley 8712 0–14– 0
Capt P. Latham Eff. Embree 292 0–11– 0
Thos P. Ripley Stepn Van Wyck 528 0– 5– 0
Mr Beckwith J. Pearson 1287 1– 4– 0
Mr Gracie Jno Archer 123 0– 9– 0
David Tuthill Poirot 784 0– 7– 0
Christopher Brown Willm Ransom 19364 0– 8– 0
Wm Foster R. Mount 10538 0– 5– 0
G. Rogers P. Dickens 209 0–12– 0
J. Stuart Gold FD in Case —— 0– 9– 0
Abram Merrifield —— 5245T13 in Case 0– 8– 0
Capt J. Isaacs Ls Duchene & fils 45307 0– 5– 0
Silvanus Cook Ben Bullin 284 0– 6– 0
Benjn Nicoll Robt Jones 843 0– 6– 0
Jarius Fordham Mitchel & Mott 6276 0– 9– 0
Eleazer Overton Jno Danby 71358 0– 8– 0
Jesse Pierson Richd Ovingham 38619 0– 7– 6
David Warner Willm Ransom 20471 0– 7– 0
Amon T. Griffing Jno Staples 1796 0– 7– 0
Obadiah Havens P. Fowler 40069 0– 6– 0
Deacon Talmage Jno Bonner 1592 0– 4– 0
Capt J. Isaacs L Epine (Gold) —— 0– 5– 0
Amos Ryan Jno Hyland 6773 0– 6– 0
Deacon Horton Pr Dupont 2268 0–18– 0
David Pain J. Warwick 2390 0– 6– 0
Hunting Miller Richd Hale 344 0– 5– 0
David Hand Johan Ward 233 Fusee, Chain, Verge, Pevet, &c —— 0–13– 0
Francis Havens Alexr Hollisone 505 0– 8– 0
David Hedges Will Ransom 34023 0– 7– 6
Abm Tuthill N. Clark 5547 0– 9– 0
Silva Cook G. Mayner 2050 0– 7– 6
Coll. S. Dering Eff. Embree 3627 0–11– 0
Job Woodruf Robt Strand 25021 0–12– 0
Joseph Moore Jno Denby 4040 0– 5– 0
Eza L Hommedieu Marmd Storr 1226 0– 5– 0
Edwd Mulford Ja Vanruyven 1024 0– 8– 0
David Sherril H Tyler 11776 0– 5– 0
Leml Payne M. Baker 3776 0– 8– 0
Byram Havens James Watts 5930 0– 5– 0
Capt D. Sayre Wm Downham 1888 0– 5– 0
Isaac Morehouse Baker & Baylis 59x9a – 233 313 £ 0– 5– 0
Septemus Osborn —— scrachd in Case 48462 0– 8– 0
£117– 3– 9
  [p. [391]]     [p. [392]]     [p. [393]]     [p. [394]]     [p. [395]]  
Description MS and page Charge Totals
Domestic Equipment
To 2 flyars & 2 Spools 59X6 – [12] £ 0– 4– 6
To making Busk 0– 4– 0
To Spindle Flys Spool 0– 4– 8
To Spindle & Flyars [13] 0– 4– 0
To Spindle 0– 3– 0
To Flyars 0– 1– 6
To head on Spool 0– 0– 5
To Spool & Whirl 0– 1– 0
To W. Wheel [14] 0–12– 0
To pair Swifts 0– 5– 0
To Spool Nebs &c 0– 2– 0
To 22 Spools 0– 8– 0
To whirl &c. 0– 0– 6
To W. Wheel [15] 0–15– 0
To 1 Sneath Nebs & Rake 0– 7– 0
To 1 Dozen Spools 0– 4– 0
To heads in Bottle 0– 1– 6
To repair W. Wheel 0– 2– 0
To pair Swifts 0– 4– 6
To bore holes, put in Staple in yoke [17] 0– 0– 6
To Spindle [18] 0– 2– 6
To 5 Shives in Blocks 0– 2– 6
To Churn Dash &c [19] 0– 1– 0
To 1 Spool 0– 0– 9
to 1 Spool 0– 0– 9
To 1 Woolen Wheel & Spindle 59x9a – 8 0–15– 0
To Spindle & Whorl to Dch Wheel 0– 2–10
To Head & Box Spool 9 0– 0– 5
To Points & Eye to Shuttle 25 0– 1– 3
To repr Woolen Wheel 26 0– 2– 0
To repr D. Wheel 55 0– 1– 6
To 1 Whorl 88 0– 0– 6
To 1 Spoole 0– 0– 8
To 19 Spools 143 0– 6– 4
To 1 Spoole 149 0– 0– 8
To make Corn Broom & handle 59x9a– 150 £ 0– 1– 0
To mend Dch Wheel 157 0– 1– 0
To 19 Spools 165 0– 6– 4
To mend Churn dash 0– 0– 6
To Meat Bench 0– 3– 0
£ 6–15– 7
Gun Repair
To Stock 1 gun & mend Breech-brass &c 99 1– 6– 0
To Stock 1 Gun Rod &c. &c 166 1–11– 0
2–17– 0
Metalwork
To traml I[ron] Head [Parsons' mill] 59x6 – [14] 0– 1– 6
To Screw to Coffee Mill [17] 0– 0– 6
To wire Flyars 59x9a – 43 0– 0– 7
To Wire Flyars 49 0– 0– 6
To Wire Flyars 149 0– 0– 6
To wire Flyars 153 0– 0– 6
To 2 Pot-lids 165 0– 1– 9
0– 5–10
Sale of Produce and/or Merchandise
To 1 Stove [oil stove for Josiah Mulford?] 59x6 – [19] 0– 4– 0
0– 4– 0
Toolmaking and Repairing
To trim hand Saw & mend S[saw] H[handle] [14] 0– 2– 6
To mend S. handle 0– 0– 9
To Hammer-Handle 0– 0– 9
To 6 Rakes [15] 0–18– 0
To 2 Cradles 1– 0– 0
To Teeth &c Rake [16] 0– 0– 9
To Rake head 0– 1– 0
To Cradle Finger 0– 1– 0
To 2 fingers & 1 brace Cradle 0– 2– 6
To make Screw to Auger 0– 1– 0
To bow in Rake 0– 0– 4
To Cradle 0–10– 0
To trim Saw & 2 Screws 0– 2– 6
To Sneath finger to Cradle &c 0– 3– 6
To Cradle 0–10– 0
To 1 Sneath [17] 0– 4– 0
To 1 Sneath 0– 4– 0
To make Sneath & 2 Nebs 0– 2– 0
To 1 Rake 0– 2– 6
To Head & bows to Do 0– 1– 9
To 1 Rake 59x9a – 1 £ 0– 2– 0
To Trim Hand-Saw 15 0– 1– 3
To 1 Rake 25 0– 3– 0
To 1 Grain Cradle 0–10– 0
To 1 Rake 39 0– 3– 0
To Heads to 2 Rakes & Bows to one 53 0– 3– 6
To Head & Bows to Rake 58 0– 1– 6
To Sneath, Finger &c to Cradle 0– 3– 6
To 3 Rake heads 86 0– 2– 3
To Trim Hand-Saw 93 0– 1– 6
To Sneath, Nebs & 1 Rake 0– 7– 0
To 1 Shovel-Handle 126 0– 3– 0
To 2 Rakes and 1 Fork Handle 143 0– 6– 6
To make Sneath & 1 pair of Nebs 0– 2– 0
To 1 Sneath 147 0– 4– 0
To Rake Head & Bows 149 0– 1– 6
To hang Grinstone & trim 0– 4– 0
To mend Harrow 150 0– 0– 9
To make 1 Swingel 0– 0– 6
To mend Rake 9d to Crdle finger 1/ 153 0– 1– 9
To Bows in Rake 6d & bore yoke & put staple in 0– 1– 0
To 1 Rake a Head & Bows to another 0– 4– 3
To 1 Cradle Finger 155 0– 1– 0
To 2 Posts & 1 Finger to Do 0– 3– 0
To trim Handsaw 0– 1– 0
To 1 Ax-Helve 158 0– 1– 0
To Head on Rake 0– 1– 6
To 1 pair of Nebs 0– 0– 6
To 1 pair of Nebs 0– 0– 6
To 1 Shovel Handle 163 0– 3– 0
To 1 Spade Handle & mend Shovel Do 0– 2–10
To trim Hand Saw 0– 1– 0
To 1 Hammer Handle &c 0– 1– 0
To Eel Spear Pole 165 0– 1– 6
To Repr Cradle 0– 3– 0
To 1 Rakehead 0– 1– 3
To mend Sneath 0– 1– 0
8–15– 8
Wheelwrighting
Abraham Sherril jur Dr To put Tongue in Cart 23 0– 4– 0
To mend Riding Chair 39 0– 4– 0
To small Waggon [child's?] 136 0– 5– 0
Axltree Cart & 1 Rave & Rounds 149 0– 7– 0
To put Tongue in Cart 0– 4– 0
To Axletree Cart 150 0– 5– 0
1– 9– 0
Work, Miscellaneous
To myself [Nathaniel V] and Asa
two days each at 9/ per Day
59x6 – [18] £ 0–18– 0
£ 0–18– 0
TOTAL PRODUCTION £233– 4– 0 3/4
Contra
By 19 Feet of Oak Board [185] £ ——
By Cash of Miller Dayton 2– 0– 4
By Sawing 49 Feet of Cherry Plank ——
By Cash by the hands of Dr Gardiner 59x9a – Index (opposite M) 9–16– 0
By Carting Hay from Plains 1 load 4/ & Do down lot 1/ 1 0– 5– 0
By Horse to Ride to Sag Harbr 5 0– 2– 0
By Carting 1 load of Wood from Harbr Lot 8 0– 5– 0
By do 2 Do of Timber from Grassy hollow 0–16– 0
By Carting Wood from Harbr Lot 1 load 9 0– 5– 0
By Do from J hole Do 0– 3– 0
By Cash by your Boy 11 1– 0– 9
By Sowing with Rye & Harrowing 2 Acres @ Amaganset Close 12 0– 6– 0
By Carting 1 load of wood from Harbr Lot &c 14 0– 5– 6
By Lamb-Mutton 17lb 3/4 at 5d 15 0– 7– 4
By Cart 1 Load of Wood from J. hole 23 0– 3– 0
By Cart 1 Load from Harbr Lot & cut 25 0– 5– 6
By sole Pomps double stitch & Straps 26 ——
By Carting Wood from Harbr Lot 29 0– 5– 0
By Do Do 0– 5– 0
By Work 1 1/2 @ 4/on my Suit 0– 6– 0
By Tayloring 2 Days @ 4/ 38 0– 8– 0
By Weaveing Ticken 13 yds 43 0–19– 6
By Do 17 1/2 @ 1 0–17– 6
By Do Blanketing 5 yds 0– 5– 8
By Do Linnen 12 1/2 yards 0–10– 0
By Do 14 yards, 3 1/2 of it Flannel the rest Blanketing 0–11– 6
By Cash of Jonathan Mulford Jur, Exectr 50 0–15– 8 1/2
By Carting Wood from Harbr-lot 1 load 53 0– 5– 0
By Carting Wood 1 load from Harbr Lot 55 0– 5– 0
By Carting 2 loads Poles from J. Hole 0– 6– 0
By Do Wood from Harbr lot 1 load 0– 5– 0
By Do Do 0– 5– 0
By Do 3 loads from J. Hole 0– 9– 0
By Plowing 2 Days at Amaganset Close 58 ——
By 1 pair of Shoes for Clara 59x9a – 68 £0– 9– 0
By Do for Clara (Tempe had ye other) 0– 9– 0
By Horse to go to Fireplace with Waggon 72 0– 2– 6
By Do to Ride to Sagg Harbr 0– 2– 0
By Carting Wood from Harbr lot 1 load 77 0– 5– 0
By Do Do 0– 5– 0
By Do Do 0– 5– 0
By Do Do 0– 5– 0
By Cash 5 Doll's 78 2– 0– 0
By Wheat & Rye 1 Bushl each 1– 0– 6
By Cart Wood from J. Hole 2 loads 88A 0– 5– 4
By Do from Harbr Lot 1 0– 5– 0
By Horse to Ride to Sagg-Harbr 0– 2– 0
By Cart Timber from Grassy Hollow 1 load 0– 8– 0
By Do Wood from Harbr Lot 1 load 0– 5– 0
By Carting 1 load of Wood from Harbr Lot 112A 0– 5– 0
By Do 1 Do 0– 5– 0
By Do 1 Do 0– 5– 0
By Carting Wood 1 load from Harbr lot 114 0– 5– 0
By Do 1 Do 0– 5– 0
By Do 1 Do 0– 5– 0
By Plowing in ye Lot about 30 Rods of Ground 118 0– 3– 0
By Cash for Ballc 124 0–16–11
By Turnips 2 bushls & 1/2 peck 138 0– 5– 0
By Cash 141 1–11– 4
By Carting Wood 1 load from Harbr Lot 143 0– 5– 0
By Do 2 Do 0–10– 0
By Do 1 Do 0– 5– 0
By Do 1 Do 0– 5– 0
By Do 3 Do 0– 5– 0
By Carting Corn & Stalks from Amaganset Close 2 loads 149 0– 4– 6
By Do Wood from J Hole 3 loads & cut 0– 9– 0
By Do from Harbr Lot 0– 5– 0
By Potatoes 3 pks 0– 1– 0
By Cash 1 1/2 Dolls 153 0–12– 0
By Cash, Viz. U.S. 5 Dollar Bank-Note No 1378 155 2– 0– 0
By Molasses 10 galls @ 5/ 2–10– 0
By 1 fat Ox Wt 596 1/4lb @ 4d 9–18– 9
By Carting Hay 1/2 load from Nathan Dayton's 157 0– 2– 0
By Harrowing Corn 2 Acrs–&c– 0–16– 0
By Beef 1 Quarter 77lb at 4d 1– 5– 8
By Carting Wood 1 Load from Harbr Lot 0– 5– 0
By Do Do 158 0– 5– 0
By Cart Dung, Plow, Saw &c 65 Rods in ye Lot 59x9a – 159 £ 0– 6– 0
By Do Wood, 1 Load from Harbr Lot 0– 5– 0
By 1 fat Cow Wt 450lb at 2 1/2 160 4–13– 9
By Cash 1 Dollar 168 0– 8– 0
TOTAL INCOME £ 59–10– 6 1/2
  [p. [396]]  
1810
Description MS and page Charge Totals
Cabinetmaking
To makeing Chest your boards 59x6 – [66] £ 0–12– 0
To Back and top to great Chair [70] 0– 2– 6
To put 2 Rounds in Chair 9 0– 1– 0
To hang grindstone & frame 16 0– 6– 0
To 1 Bedsted short posts 19 0–14– 0
To Chest for Peter 21 1– 4– 0
To 1 Stand 23 0–10– 0
To Bedsted & Stand 27 1–18– 0
To 6 Chairs @ 9/ 29 2–14– 0
To put 3 rounds in chair 30 0– 1– 0
To 6 Rollers for Wind Curtains 0– 1– 6
To Repair old Drawers 31 0–14– 0
To 1 Bedsted 2 long posts 35 1– 4– 0
To 1 Desk 37 10– 0– 0
To mend Stand 38 0– 2– 0
To make rockers to Cradle & paint Do 42 0– 4– 6
To mend 3 old Chairs 0– 2– 6
To make Draw to Mulford [Stratton Chest] 0– 2– 0
To cherry breakfast table 54 2– 0– 0
To mend Stand & Chair 0– 3– 0
To rocking chair 0–14– 0
To 2 Mahogany Tables @ 4£ 8– 0– 0
To Bedsted 55 0–16– 0
£32– 6– 0
Carpentry
To half Day & Lewis Do [fitting new saw for hanging in Saw Mill] mend Crane &c. [186] 0– 6– 0
To 3 1/3 Days & Boy 4 Do on stock points 1– 6– 0
To 9 lights of Sashes at 5d 36 0– 3– 9
To 3 window frames 12 lights 1 of 20 1– 3– 0
To alter 2 frames 0– 2– 0
To Isaac Peter work on Mill 54 0– 3– 0
To put Tail in Mill 1 1/3 Day 57 0–10– 0
3–13– 9
Cash
To Cash £2–12.3 59x6 – 54 £ 2–12– 3
£ 2–12– 3
Clock and Watch Work
March 7 Benjamin Miller To 9 Dolls due for part of timepiece 29 3–12– 0
  [p. [397]]  
Owner Maker MS and page Repair Serial number Charge Totals
Asa Miller M. Dexter 59x9a – 197 1019 £0– 6– 0
John Smith GeoeEdwards 34036 0–12– 0
Silas Jessup Chas Deake 2608 0– 7– 6
Esqr Dayton E P in Case 6797 0– 7– 6
Oliver Sayre Swanson 6165 0–10– 6
Thos Baker R. Robinson 18010 0–10– 0
Jere Miller Jno Stillas 198 543 0– 6– 0
Thos Baker R. Robinson 18010 0–16– 0
Capt W. Parker Joh And Zolling —— 0– 6– 0
Silva Parsons B. Careson 30804 0– 9– 6
Josua Penny W N B 812 0– 6– 0
Elnatha Parsons Clock. N.D —— 0–16– 0
Jere Dayton T. Strong 59267 0– 6– 0
Uriah Smith Mitchel & Mott 2621 0– 7– 6
Elnathan Parsons E. Embree 546 0– 8– 0
Benjn Miller Richd Bentley 909 0–10– 0
Henry Topping Hyland MS &c &c 15937 1– 0– 0
Ezkl Paine J. Kirby 198 —— 0– 7– 6
Capt Silva Howell P. Trueman 7054 0–11– 0
Jere Sherry Newman 14257 0–12– 0
Abm Bennet Josh Fleetwood 98 0– 6– 0
Abm Gardiner Tarts 2230 0– 6– 0
W. Foster Embree 216 0–10– 0
Chas &c Mulford Richd Ovingham 35982 0– 8– 0
Abm Parsons Esqr P. Johnson 4803 0– 6– 0
Jere Dayton Jur T. Strong M S 59267 0–10– 0
John Dayton Benjn Edwards 15339 0– 8– 0
D. Talmage Jr W N B Bale 812 0–10– 0
Abram Paine Geoe Williams 25392 0– 7– 6
Doctor A. Huntingn —— 8626 in case 0– 8– 6
Joseph Moore Jn Denby 4040 0– 9– 0
Silas Negro Ganr —— MS &c &c 19922 in case 0–18– 0
John H. Cooper C. Mortimore 643 0– 6– 0
Elisha Mulford Willm Morgan 69850 0– 7– 0
Mrs Reeve L. Manly 2582 0– 6– 0
Danl Hedges Thos Pasall 198 38615 0–11– 0
Dr Udel J. & J. Jackson 59x9a – 198 9612 £ 0– 9– 0
Enoch Fithian Jno Edgar 20193 0– 6– 0
Revd J. Hunting J. Alwin 5988 0– 6– 0
Robert Parsons Thos Lyden 12806 0– 8– 0
David Tuthill Poirot 784 0–12– 0
Elisha Fithian P. Ovingham 44428 0–12– 0
A. M. Topping H. Nelson 670 0– 6– 0
Major Corwin Wm Knowles 813 0– 9– 0
Uriah Smith Mitchell & Mott 2621 0–11– 0
Capt J. Plato Wm Allison 28720 0–16– 0
Horrace Isaacs Romilly 12686 0– 7– 6
David Lester C. Chareson 11481 0– 9– 0
Jason Sanford Geoe Haywood 2227 0–16– 0
Mr Hallock Geo Chalmers 118 0– 6– 0
Thom [illegible] J. Richardson 341 0–10– 0
Ambrose Parsons J. Malsak 34203 0– 6– 0
Cap. Thos Osborn Wm Barton 7160 0– 8– 0
Revd Mr. Bull [Buel?] B. Galfield [Gatfield?] 9508 0– 4– 0
Ellis Parsons Jno Champion 14033 0– 6– 0
Isaac Leek Saml Merriman 7383 0– 7– 6
Jonan Stratton Wm Ransom 30678 0– 6– 0
Orrin Miller E. Brownlow 1738 0– 8– 0
Alfred Gable B. Clowes 1896 0– 7– 0
Terril Peirson Edw Wheynow 1691 0– 9– 0
Coll. Becwith P. Fowler 40069 0– 10– 0
Thos L. Harris Thos Honeyman 100 0– 8– 0
Deacon B. Sanford Jas Walls MS &c 5930 0–15– 0
J. Landon Esqr R. Innes 10144 0– 9– 0
Danl Edwards Wm M. Fell 902 0– 7– 6
Elihu Edwards S. Salmon 8313 0– 6– 0
Nathl Bunce Richd Ovingham 34762 0– 8– 0
Abm Mulford H. Coply 4522 0– 7– 6
Stepn Stamboroug —— MS &c &c 11889 in case 0–17– 0
Archibald Jayne Jno Mathews 9082 0– 6– 0
Hunting Miller Richd Hale 344 0– 7– 0
Abm Barns C. Retsof 52 0– 6– 0
Polly Moore Caron 638 0– 7– 0
Jas Edwards Wm Dallington 15173 0– 6– 0
£36– 9– 0
  [p. [398]]     [p. [399]]     [p. [400]]  
Description MS and page Charge Totals
Domestic Equipment
To pair Flyars 59x6 – [64] £ 0– 2– 0
To D. Wheel Crank 0– 3– 0
To W. Wheel & Spindl 0–16– 0
To Spool and whirl 0– 1– 4
To W. Wheel &c 0–16– 0
To Mend Card [68] 0– 0– 6
To whirl & board to Spindle [70] 0– 0– 9
Spool to Wheel 0– 0– 6
To Wool Wheel & Spindle [72] 0–16– 0
To Wool Wheel & Spindle [78] 0–16– 0
To Flyars & Spool head 8 0– 2– 3
To Woolen Wheel & Spindle 0–16– 0
To Yoke 9 0– 4– 0
To Repair Dutch Wheel 0– 2– 6
To Axletree wool wheel 0– 0– 9
To Wool Wheel & Spindle 10 0–16– 0
To make Crank to Dutch Wheel 12 0– 3– 0
To heads on Spools 14 0– 0– 6
To Axletree & whirl to wheel 17 0– 1– 3
To Repair Dutch Wheel 19 0– 7– 0
To 19 Spools 0– 6– 4
To mend W. Wheel 24 0– 1– 9
To Repair D. Wheel 25 0– 5– 0
To whirl 30 0– 0– 6
To Repair Dutch Wheel 33 0– 4– 3
To Repair Dutch Wheel 0– 4– 0
To Dutch Wheel 41 0–10– 0
To make shives to Blocks & Shuttle 42 0– 5– 0
To Woolen Wheel and Spindle 45 0–16– 0
To Whirl 0– 0– 4
To Whirl 51 0– 0– 6
To Woolen Wheel & Spindle 52 0–16– 0
To Whirl 0– 0– 6
To Dutch Wheel crank 53 0– 3– 0
To make handle to Dipper 54 0– 1– 0
To repair Dutch Wheel 59x9a – 14 0– 5– 0
£11– 4– 6
Gun Repair
To Stock Gun &c 59x6 – [64] 1– 6– 0
To braze piece in Gun Barrel 21 0– 3– 0
To work on Gun lock 42 0– 0– 6
1– 9– 6
Metalwork
To whet & set hand Saw [66] 0– 1– 3
To Clean & Sharpen Surgs Inst 10 0– 2– 6
To wire Flyars 14 0– 1– 6
To wire Flyars 59x6 – 16 0– 0– 9
To wire Flyars 19 0– 0– 6
To wire 2 pair of Flyars 22 £ 0– 1– 0
To wire Flyars 40 0– 0– 6
To mend key 58 0– 1– 0
To Grinding his Razor 59x9a – 128 0– 1– 0
To Repr Steelyards 167 0– 8– 0
£ 0–18– 0
Sale of Produce and/or Merchandise
To laying cod lines 59x6 – [70] 0– 1– 0
To 2 oz of Steel filings 10 0– 2– 0
To 1 pair hinges & screws to table 21 0– 3– 0
To 6 Appletrees @ 1/6d 30 0– 9– 0
To 2 Bass Wt 3 3/4 @ 2d 42 0– 0– 7
0–15– 7
Toolmaking and Repairing
To put 2 fingers to Cradle [68] 0– 2– 4
To 2 Rakes at 3/ 0– 6– 0
To Rake head and 1 bow [74] 0– 2– 0
To make corn harrow 9 0– 4– 0
To make garden Rake 10 0– 1– 9
To 1 Rake 11 0– 3– 0
To 1 Rake 19 0– 3– 0
To 2 Rakes at 3/ 21 0– 6– 0
To 1 Rake 22 0– 3– 0
To mend Saw handle 28 0– 1– 6
To new bow & 4 teeth to Rake 30 0– 0– 9
To cuting Ran-file 42 0– 0– 4
To cuting another Do 0– 0– 4
To making Spade handle 0– 1– 6
To head for Coal Rake 0– 0– 6
To cuting 2 Ran files 0– 0– 8
To cut off teeth and whet up Saw 45 0– 4– 0
To 2 Rakebows 51 0– 0– 8
To make Barrow to wheel 52 0–10– 0
Triming saw 59x9a – 167 0– 1– 4
To extra triming saw 0– 2– 0
2–14– 8
TOTAL PRODUCTION £92– 3– 3
Contra
Credit by cuting 9 1/2 loads of wood at 1/3d eels 1/ 59x6 – [64] £0–12– 0
To thirteen Dollars and 1/2 [68] 5– 6– 0
To Calf skin Weight 7 lb at 1/ 0– 7– 0
By piece of Gold [79] 2– 9– 9
By horse twice for John ride harbor 0– 5– 0
By 34 lb of Mutton @ 4d 21 0–11– 4
By 32 1/2 lb of Mutton @ 4d 0–10– 9
By Cash 0– 6– 0
By piece of Mahoggany of Edward [Mulford] 24 0– 4– 0
By Cash 59x6 – 33 £ 0– 5– 6
By Cash 35 1– 3– 6
By Cash 36 3– 6– 6
By Cash 37 10– 0– 0
By weaving 38
By 14/ in Cash 0–14– 0
By 30 Dollars 41 12– 0– 0
By 15 lb of Wool @ 4/6d 3– 7– 6
By 3 barrels of Cider at 8/ 1– 4– 0
By Stick of walnut timber 44 0– 2– 0
By 1 wild Goose Wt 5 1/2 lb @ 5d 45 0– 2– 4
By 1 1/2 Doz Eels Wt 9 lb @ 3d 0– 2– 3
By 1 Doz Eels Wt 6 lb 1/4 @ 3d 0– 1– 7
By 1 Doz Eels Wt 5 lb 14 oz @ 3d 0– 1– 6
By 6 lb of fish at 2 1/2 0– 1– 3
By 7 lb. of Flax @ 1/3d 50 0– 8– 9
By 23 lb of Flax @ 1/3d 1– 8– 9
By 11 lb of flax @ 1/3d & other articles 1–11– 9
By 5 hundred of hay @ 5/ and carting 52 1– 6– 0
By 13 lb 10 oz of Beef @ 4d 0– 4– 7
By 30 lb of Cod fish @ 3d 1/2 0– 8– 9
By 2 Gallons of mollasses 0–10– 0
By 237 lb of Beef of David S[herrill] @ 4d 53 3–19– 0
By 6 lb of Sugar @ 1/ 54 0– 6– 0
By mending Pair Shoes ——
By makeing pair Shoes for Nancy ——
By Cuting Wood 1 load 59x9a – 19 0– 1– 6
By butchering & Salt Pork 0– 6– 0
By Rye 1 Bushel @ 47 0– 6– 0
By 27 yds Linen 34 Reed 96 ——
To 1 Steer Hide Wt 66 lb 165 1– 2– 0
To 1 Cow Hide Wt 65 1– 1– 8
To a Watch 12$ 4–16– 0
By Butter 18lb
TOTAL INCOME £61– 0– 6
  [p. [401]]     [p. [402]]     [p. [403]]     [p. [404]]     [p. [405]]     [p. [406]]  
1820
Description MS and page Charge Totals
Cabinetmaking
To makeing clapper to bellows M310 – 2 £ 0– 0– 6
to framing lookinglass 34 0– 4– 0
to mending chair 42 0– 1– 0
to 1 post and 3 rounds to a Chair 66 0– 2– 0
to a cherry stand 68 0–12– 0
to frame a looking-glass 0– 2– 0
to makeing a Coffen for your Father, part your stuff 1– 0– 0
To 2 small benches @ 6/ 73 0–12– 0
to finish over the frame of a lookinglass M310– 72 £ 0– 4– 0
to 2 footstools @ 7/ 74 0–14– 0
to a plain footstool 0– 3– 0
to alter firescreen and mend warmin pan 0– 8– 0
To repairing his Clock (Josiah Smith of Moriches) and makeing a Cherry case to Do 59x6 – 45 9–12– 0
To a cherry stand 59x9.21 – 31 0–12– 0
£14– 6– 6
Carpentry
to 30 lights of sashes paint set glass & putty Do @ 9d M310 – 6 1– 2– 6
to 6 lights of sashes paint set glass & putty & stock 42 0– 6– 0
to a small window frame 68 0– 3– 0
To 1 3/4 Days on [Gardiner's] Island repairing To machine 70 0–12– 0
To shaft to Capstan 59x6 – 57 0– 3– 6
2– 7– 0
Cash
to cash M310 – 59 1– 2–10
1– 2–10
Clock and Watch Work and Jewelry Repair
to mend silver Watch key and put in pipe 53 0– 2– 0
to clean his Watch see credit page Aug. 16 [credit page "By 6 shillings in cash"] 73 0– 6– 0
to pendant bow to watch 0– 1– 0
to clean Davids watch & mend Sallys earing 74 0– 7– 0
to clean and bush his Watch 75 0– 9– 0
To repair Jeremiahs Clock 59x6 – 24 1– 4– 0
To repairing his Clock (Josiah Smith of Moriches) [See cabinetmaking entry] 45
Dec. 17, 1820 Elijah Simons to cut Wheels to clock 59x9.21 – E $ .18 3/4
Mar. 1, 1820 Elnathan Parsons to clean Watch Name Stockton No 909 .75
to clean & repr main spring Name Jno Edgar 20193 1.00
to repr click spring Name Benjn Kirkinwood London No 3852 .25
to Clean watch & hook to Main Spg H 1.50
to Clean watch Name Richd Ovingham London No 59692 .62 1/2
to finger ring .50
to watch key .31
to Clean Watch & glass J 1.00
to mend chain [watch] .37 1/2
to Watch glass 59x9.21 – L $ .25
to Clean Watch .62 1/2
to Clean Watch name James Jacks .62 1/2
to Glass M .25
to Clean watch, Josh Bill London No 915 N .62 1/2
to mend watch key 1.25
to repr Watch P 1.00
to Clean Watch &c .75
to put hook on chain R .37 1/2
to regulating hand .62 1/2
to Watch key S .12 1/2
to Clean Watch .75
to mend ear ring .18 3/4
to pair ear rings .50
to glass to watch .25
to Clean Watch Rd Hampton London 4203 24 .75
to repr Watch .75
to put in verge pivot .87 1/2
to mend watch hand .25
Repr B Wheel 25 .75
to Clean Watch Name T Strong London No 13022 .75
to repr Watch .25
to Clean Watch Name Wm Williams Dublin No 9584 .62 1/2
to Clean Watch .62 1/2
to key ring & Glass take up hair spg .50
to clean watch 26 .75
to Clean Watch Norton London No 3503 .62 1/2
to Clean Watch Pearce & Son No 8419 .62 1/2
to free Verge & key pipe .25 1/2
to watch key & seal gold 31 2.00
to repr watch 33 ———
to put in pivot to verge 1.00
$26.06 1/2 £10– 4– 3
£12–13– 3
Domestic Equipment
to a pair of flyers M310 – 1 £ 0– 2– 0
to a slat put in a Hackle [hatchel] 0– 1– 0
to reel-shaft arms & 1 standard &c. 15 0– 5– 6
to a whirl 6d 25 0– 0– 6
to a pair of flyers & 1 Spool 28 0– 3– 0
to a Large head on Spool 36 0– 0– 6
to 2 heads and boxes in 1 spool & 1 head & box another 42 0– 1– 4
to an Apple-peeler 61 0– 6– 0
Spool & whirl to Dutch wheel 64 0– 1– 6
to whirl to dutch wheel M310 – 68 £ 0– 0– 6
to boards on two Spindles 0– 0–10
to a swingling knife 82 0– 1– 0
to 7 weavers spools @ 6d 83 0– 3– 6
to 1 woolen wheel 108 1– 0– 0
to mend umbrella 59x9.21 – E $ .12 1/2 0– 1– 0
£ 2– 8– 2
Gun Repair
to a cartridge box and alter gunlock M310 – 73 0– 3– 0
to stocking a gun 3 thimbles 3 Loops & sight 1–12– 0
to 2 Rifles @ 6d [wood training rifles?] 79 0– 1– 0
To repair gun lock 59x6 – 24 0– 3– 0
to screw to gunlock 59X9.21 – H $ .25
to two screws to Gun J .18 1/4
to put seite on gun N .18 3/4
to mend gun lock & rod S .25
to hammer Spg to gun 2 .25
1.12 0– 9– 0
£ 2– 8– 0
Metalwork
To cutting a Ran file M310 – 26 0– 0– 6
to whet and setting handsaw 28 0– 1– 3
to mend lock and put it on a Table To screws &c. 57 0– 1– 6
to mending brass kettle 59 0– 1– 2
to wheting handsaw with his File 68 0– 9– 0
to wireing Flyers 76 0– 9– 0
to wireing Flyers paid 77 0– 1– 0
to repair trunk lock 81 0– 1– 0
to an ear pin to a Pail & wire Flyers 82 0– 1– 2
To sharpen saw & 2 knives 59x6 – 10 0– 3– 6
To make 2 Silver needles with steel points 59x9a – 161 0–10– 0
To shorten pair of Scissors 0– 1– 8
To New makeing large Steelyards 164 1– 4– 0
to cock screw & finish irons 59x9.21 – 2 .37 1/2
to Clean & repr dovetail irons .75
to mend chain & bush irons .75
to dice [dies?] iron & steel .50
2.37 0–19– 0
4– 3– 9
Sale of Produce and/or Merchandise
to 11 1/2 lb. of Veal @ 3d 3/4 M310 – 68 0– 3– 6
To 2 calfskins wt of both 15 lb 3/4 @ 1/ 73 0–15– 9
to a quarter of Veal wt 10 @ 4d 0– 3– 4
to a Calfskin wt 9 1/4 lb. @ 1/ 0– 9– 3
to a Hide wt 47 @ M310 – 73 £ 0–18– 9
to 5 1/2 lb. of Veal @ 3d 79 0– 1– 4
to 1 Bushel of Apples @ 2/ & 1/2 peck Quinces 0– 2– 6
To 8 3/4 lb of Veal @ 4 82 0– 2–10
Hook Seine Company to lay 1 lb twine 59x9.21 – H $ .18 3/4
to Snuff W .02
.20 3/4 0– 1– 8
£ 2–18–11
Toolmaking and Repairing
to a handle M310 – 1 0– 1– 4
to dung fork 0– 2– 0
to 3 teeth in a rake & churndash 0– 0– 7
to wedging box in cartwheel 2 0– 1– 0
to refit rake head 1 Bow & 1 Tooth to Do 11 0– 0– 9
To mending a Rake 0– 0– 6
to put finger in a cradle 18 0– 1– 6
to mending Straw cutting machine 57 0– 3– 0
to rake head and bows 2/6 to shift hand Do 6d 59 0– 3– 0
to a Sneath 0– 3– 0
To a Rake head 66 0– 1– 9
to a cradle finger 69 0– 1– 6
To put 2 Fingers 2 rods & 1 brace to a Cradle 73 0– 4– 6
To 2 handstaves to flails 0– 2– 6
To makeing 4 fingers to a Cradle 79 0– 5– 0
To makeing Pitchfork handle 0– 1– 6
To a Cradle Scythe heel ring &c 59x6 – 14 1– 1– 6
To 2 Cradle fingers 24 0– 3– 0
To a Cradle except Sneath 0– 9– 0
to straw splitter 59x9.21 – F .08
to Six awl hafts at 8d M .50
.58 0– 4– 8
3–13– 7
Wheelwrighting
to 1/2 Day fastendhoops cogs & mend brake M310 – 5 0– 3– 0
to makeing a calash to carriage &c. 14 1– 0– 0
to 3 1/2 Days put in a set of cogs &c. 78 1– 4– 6
to dressing out 52 cogs at home 0–16– 0
To fasten waggon box and fix sword 82 0– 1– 0
3– 4– 6
Wood Products
to a bunch of chip M310 – 51 £ 0– 2– 0
to hat chip 59 0– 1– 0
to 2 bunches of fine chip @ 2/ 62 0– 4– 0
to 2 bunches of coarse chip @ 1/ 0– 2– 0
to chip *[3*] to make a bonnet 82 0– 2– 0
0–11– 0
TOTAL PRODUCTION £49–17– 6
Contra
by a Big Weight 47 1/2 lb at 4cts M310– 13 £ 0–15– 2
by cash
by 2 bushels of wheat & screws to balance 14 1– 1– 9
by 20 3/4 lb. of Wool 19 3– 2– 3
by 6/ for Cleaning his watch &c
Debit Novr 29
0– 6– 0
by tin pan 38 0– 3– 0
by 2 quarts of Vinegar 0– 1– 0
By Cash to Balance 40 1–14–10
by carting dung ploughing & 2 Days in lot 42 ——
by a walnut Log 8 feet long 45 0– 8– 0
by planting corn in the lot 50 0–12– 0
by cash £2.9.4 54 2– 9– 4
By 7 1/2 lb. of Veal part of fore Quarter @ 3d 0– 1– 11
by carting 3 loads of Wood from 2 holes 61 0–12– 0
By 1 Day carting dung & plowing in the lot 66 0–12– 0
By cutting rakeing & carting 1 load in hay 0–10– 0
By carting 1 load of Wood from H lot 0– 5– 0
By carting 2 loads of wood from H lot 69 0–10– 0
By Do 2 Do and cutting 2 0–12– 0
By Do 2 Do and cutting 2 0–12– 0
By Do 2 Do and cutting 2 0–12– 0
By Do 2 Do and cutting 2 0–12– 0
By cash 70 2–11– 0
By 6 dollars in bills 73 2– 8– 0
by 6 shillings in cash 0– 6– 0
By cash 74 1–12– 6
By 2 bushels of Rye 78 0–10– 0
By 2 bushels of Rye and corn hog feed 0– 8– 0
By 2 Pigs 5 weeks old @ 6/ 80 0–12– 0
By 2 bushels of Rye 108 ——
By 1 bushel of Rye ——
By leading a cow from A. Mi 59x6 – 16 0– 3– 0
By outside right on Montauk 24 0– 8– 0
By 1/2 peck of stone lime 0– 1– 0
By passage to Sag harbor 0– 2– 0
By 10 Dollars 45 4– 0– 0
3 bushels of rye at 6/ 57 0–18– 0
TOTAL INCOME £30–11– 9

Notes

[1*] The plus sign warns that the total would be greater if some of the entries had not been torn off.

[2*] The plus sign warns that the total would be greater if some of the entries had not been torn off.

[3*] "Chip, Wood (or woody fibre) split into thin strips for making hats and bonnets."—O.E.D.

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