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Robbins, Loring, 1st Brigade, 7th Division, to
6 00 Snow, Nathaniel, Captain Sea Fencibles, to January 1st, 1823,
36 00 Tucker, Joel, 1st Brigade, 4th Division, to January, 1823,
11 00 Tobey, John, 2d Brigade, 4th Division, to January 1st, 1823,
3 00 Vinson, John, 1st Brigade, 1st Division, to January 1st, 1823,
875 Williams, Samuel, 2d Brigade, 4th Division, to January 1st, 1823,
- 14 50 Walker, Hezekiah, Junior, 1st Brigade, 4th Division, to January, 1823,
12 00 Wood, Nathaniel, 1st Brigade, 5th Division, to January 1st, 1823,
Courts Martial and Courts of Inquiry.
Hubbell, Calvin, Junior, Brigade Major, 2d Brig
ade, 7th Division, for expenses of Division Court Martial, holden at Pittsfield, November 27th, 1822, whereof Colonel Daniel Collins was Pre
sident, Sumner, William H., for expenses of a General
Court Martial, holden at Greenfield, October 220, 1822, whereof Brigadier General David Mack, Junior, was President,
PRINTERS AND MISCELLANEOUS ACCOUNTS. Allen, Phineas, for publishing the laws, &c. to January 1st, 1823,
Burrell & Hersey, for publishing laws, to January
1st, 1823, Ballard & Wright, for publishing laws, and fur
nishing newspapers to the members of the Gen
ral Court, to June 15th, 1822, Bradford, William J. A., for writing in the Secre
tary's office, to February 4th, 1823. Ballard & Prince, for sundry cloths, &c. to Jan
uary 17th, 1823, Bradbury, Samuel, for sundry articles of hard
ware, to February 5th, 1823,
January 13th, 1823,
eral Court, to February 8th, 1823,
4th, 1823, Bradford, Alden, for one volume of the History of
Massachusetts, to February 6th, 1823, Committee for examining the Treasurer's Accounts, viz. :-Hon. Benjamin Reynolds, 14 00 6 Robert Rantoul,
14 00 66 Jonas Sibley,
14 00 John Cotton, Esq.
Boston Commissioners of Health, to January,
1823, Clap, William W., for publishing laws and re
solves, to January 29th, 1823, Cummings & Hilliard, for furnishing blank books,
&c. to January 1st, 1823,
General Court, to February 8th, 1823,
General Court, to February 8th, 1823,
dows, &c. to December 28, 1822,
Field, Barnum, for publishing laws, &c. to Jan
uary 7th, 1823, Hobart, Moses L., compensation to Island Keeper, Do. Do. for wood, to February 1st, 1823, Hale, Nathan, for furnishing newspapers to the , members, to June 15th, 1822, . Low, John V., for assisting Messenger to the Gen
eral Court, to February 8th, 1823, Newell, Luther, Deputy Sheriff, for summoning
witnesses in the trial of James Prescott, to
uary 1st, 1823,
ping Mill, Russell & Gardner, for furnishing newspapers to
the members, to February 8th, 1823, Rider, Thomas, Page to the House of Represen
tatives, to February 8th, 1823, Russell, Benjamin, for publishing reports on S.
Stone's petition, supplying newspapers, &c. to
October 19th, 1822,
several offices, and for printing laws of the Com
monwealth, to February 5th, 1823, Massachusetts Agricultural Society, for sundry
expenses in raising seed and plants, and for experiments made by said Society, in the public garden at Cambridge, under the direction of the
late William D. Peck, Esquire, True & Green, for furnishing newspapers to the members of the General Court, to June 15th,
1822, Thompson, James, for smiths' work, to December
Vose, Isaac & Sons, for repairing cushions, &c. . . to May 18th, 1822,
101 00 Wells & Lilly, for printing the Agricultural Society's Journal, No. 2 vol. 7–3 vol. 7,
400 00 Willis, Nathaniel, for furnishing the members with
newspapers, to February 23d, 1822, Wheeler, John H., for sundry repairs on the State House, to February 4th, 1823,
229 95 Young & Minns, for publishing laws and furnish
ing newspapers to the members, to January 1st, 1823,
Aggregate of Roll No. 83.
of Courts Martial,
and Quarter Masters,
Resolved, That there be allowed and paid out of the public treasury, to the several corporations and persons mentioned in this Roll, the suns set against such corporations and persons' names respectively, amounting in the whole to Thirty Seyen Thousand, One Hundred and Seventy Five Dollars, and Twenty Seven Cents, the same being in full discharge of the accounts and demands to which they refer.
[Approved by the Governor, February 10th, 1823.]
Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
. Boston, April 29th, 1823. I HEREBY CERTIFY, That the Resolves contained in this pamphlet, passed by the Legislature, at the session in January and February, one thousand eight hundred and twenty three, have been compared with the originals, and appear to be correct.
A. BRADFORD, Secretary of the Commonwealth.