443 State of the College Treasury

    [Boston June 13th 1737]

    An account of the Estate of the College Treasury which is unappropriated by the Donors thereof viz.

    To sundry Bonds and Mortgages to the amount of 6500 pounds which at 6 per cent per annum is

    £390– 0

    To the rents of Charlestown Ferry per annum

    260– 0

    To one half of Mr. Penoyers Legacy of about £17 sterling per annum at 400 per cent exchange amounts to


    Wards Island per annum

    25– 0

    Rowley Lands (the most of them sould) the last rent

    24– 0

    A parcel of Marsh in Rumney Marsh

    24– 0

    Ground Rent in Boston

    12– 0

    Land at Newton per annum


    Land at Cambrige and Watertown per annum


    Land in Hopkinton


    Mr. Newdigates annuity

    4– 0

    Mr. Glovers annuity

    4– 0

    A parcel of Land at Cambrige


    Land at Billerica £15 per annum to be layd out on Premises

    0– 0

    Land at Narraganset in like Condition

    0– 0

    The Ballance of Mr. Steward Bordmans account uncertain but by his account from May 1735 to May 1736



    Sundry parcels of land under no improvement

    College Charges per annum

    To the sallary of the several Tutors


    The rent of Massachusets Hall paid to the President last year


    Dr. Wigglesworths salary from Corporation


    Mr. Professor Greenwoods salary ditto


    Mr. Monis Hebrew Instructor


    The Library keeper


    The Treasurer



    Remaines per annum


    presented to the General Court

    Errors Excepted

    Edward Hutchinson Treasurer of Harvard College

    [Endorsed:] Treasurer Hutchinsons Account of College Estate presented to General Court June 13th 1737.

    College Papers, 1. 77 (No. 161). This statement was called for by the House of Representatives vote of June 8, 1737; see No. 442.