Chesholme’s Steward’s Book

Chesholme’s Steward’s Book

Introduction

THIS volume, together with certain Stewards’ quarterbill books of the eighteenth century, was discovered in 1860 “in the library of a deceased neighbor” by the Reverend Lucius R. Paige, the historian of Cambridge, and by him placed in the University Archives.1 It is the account-book of Thomas Chesholme, Steward of Harvard College from 1649 to 1660; and according to his own statement was purchased by him for the sum of 3s 5d on November 26, 1651. But it contains accounts going back two years, which were doubtless copied from an earlier book now lost; and it covers the classes from 1650 to 1663, inclusive. During the late eighteenth or early nineteenth century, the blank and partially blank pages of the book were scribbled over by some schoolboy, and sundry pages and parts of pages were cut out. But the book, even so mutilated, is a priceless record of college life and economy during the latter half of President Dunster’s administration and the first six years of President Chauncy’s. It contains the accounts of many students who did not graduate, and whose names are not preserved on any other Harvard roll; and it affords not only a remarkable schedule of prices of commodities during the sixteen-fifties, but a means of comparing the cost of such commodities with that of a college education.

Thomas Chesholme was from Newcastle-upon-Tyne. Probably he heard and was attracted by Thomas Shepard in one of the latter’s sojourns in the North of England.2 Certainly he came over in Shepard’s company, settled with him at Newtown (Cambridge), and was admitted freeman of the colony on the same day as his pastor, March 3, 1635/36. By trade he was a tailor. For many years he was a deacon of the church, and in 1636 he was licensed by the General Court to keep the ordinary, or public house of entertainment, in his home at the northwest corner of Dunster and Winthrop Streets. In 1640, he was further licensed “to draw wine at Cambridge.” “Goodman Chesholme,” as he was generally called in contemporary records, “layd downe” this charge in 1654, whereupon his house was considered a fit boarding place for the two sons of Governor John Winthrop, Jr., of Connecticut, who were sent to Cambridge to be fitted for college. A kindly man, Chesholme adopted Benoni Eaton, the abandoned son of Harvard’s first head, and left him a portion of his estate at his death, on August 18, 1671.3

This account-book was used by Sibley for material in his Biographical Sketches of Harvard Graduates; but unfortunately Sibley, whose eyesight was defective, misread several names and other words, which, indirectly, had the effect of garbling the list of “Temporary Students” printed in our Publications, xvii. 271–285. Until recently, it was not noticed that Chesholme had arranged his accounts in the order of the students’ academic seniority, thus giving us most valuable information on the system of precedence followed at Harvard College.4

These are not the day-by-day accounts of the Harvard undergraduates, the food and drink part of which were kept by the cook and butler;5 nor weekly statements rendered to the students, like the still familiar “battels” of Oxford. These are quarterly accounts, made up four times a year from the day-books, together with charges for tuition and other matters which the students incurred directly with the college. From Chesholme’s book we gather that the quarter-days (which ended, not began the quarter), from 1650 to 1659, were as follows:

Academic Year First Quarter-Day Second Quarter-Day Third Quarter-Day Fourth Quarter-Day

1649–50

March 15

June 14

September 13

1650–51

December 13

March 13

June 13

September 12

1651–52

December 12

March 12

June 11

September 10

1652–53

December 10

March 11

June 10

September 9

1653–54

December 9

March 10

June 9

September 8

1654–55

December 8

March 9

June 8

September 7

1655–56

December 7

March 7

June 6

September 5

1656–57

December 5

March 6

June 5

September 5

1657–58

December 5

March 5

June 5

September 3

1658–59

December 3

March 4

June 4

September 4

Apparently the Steward, or whoever devised this system, endeavored to make each quarter an even thirteen weeks, and to bring quarter-day on a Friday; with the result that every year the quarter-days came one or two days earlier in the calendar. In 1657–1659, quarter-day came as often as not on a Saturday, and the last date in our list was the Sabbath. Deacon Chesholme was becoming decidedly shaky on the calendar—no wonder he retired the next year! When our extant Stewards’ records begin again, in 1687, we find the same system prevailing; the result being that the first quarter-day fell on October 21 in 1687, on October 4 in 1700, and on September 10 in 1720. This did not appear to embarrass the college financiers, since the quarters were merely fiscal, not scholastic units. It was not expected that they would coincide with Commencement, nor did they, except by accident. At what point this retrogression of the equinoxes was arrested, I have not yet ascertained; but the College Laws of 1825 still speak of four quarters, and of the Steward’s quarter-bills.6

The regular quarterly charges on the students were tuition, bedmaking, study rent, commons and sizings; and there was an annual charge for the fire and candles used in Hall. The regular rate for tuition was 6s 8d a quarter (£1 6s 8d annually) until 1653, when it was raised to 8s.7 Some, but not all the fellow-commoners, paid double tuition. The rate for bedmaking in 1650 was a shilling a quarter; in 1654, possibly as the result of a strike by “Old Mary” Lemon, the principal or only “Goody” at the Old College,8 this quarterly charge was raised to 1s 7d. Commons (board) and sizings (beer and bread at the morning and afternoon “bevers,” and extras at meals) varied according to the taste and purse of individual students. Study rent depended on the location of the study.9 “Income” for a new study had nothing to do with rent; it meant the sum paid at coming in. The studies in the Old College were completed at the charge of the first occupants,10 and on each study the authorities fixed an “income,” roughly corresponding to the first cost, for which each occupant recouped himself from his successor.11 Sometimes cash was paid at the transfer, which then leaves no record here; but in most cases the outgoing student was credited, and his successor debited, with “income” on the Steward’s books. For some years I have worked intermittently at fitting the students into the studies: a fascinating picture-puzzle which I recommend to any reader with plenty of time to spare! The new studies in Goffe College were handled in the same way. But in the Laws of 1655, printed in this volume, “income” was abolished; and a new schedule of quarterly rents was drawn up early in President Chauncy’s administration.12 The accounts also mention studies in the Printing Room or chamber over it, both a part of President Dunster’s house;13 and one in the “Pentinary,” which was probably the same thing.

The charge which frequently recurs, “lent to build the gallery,” and the credit, “return of gallery room,” refer to a forced loan of 155 a head from the students for building the east gallery for their use in the second Cambridge meeting-house, erected in 1650 at the southwest corner of the College Yard.14 In most cases, but not all, 12s of this was repaid when the student left college. The Laws of 1655 substituted for this a fixed charge of 3s 4d. This system of distributing a charge among the students, or setting it “upon their heads,” as the Laws of 1655 call it, was a favorite financial resource in early Harvard. It was done with the monitor’s salary, the Commencement dinner, and even with the sack that Isaac Allerton brought in for Commencement.

There was no fixed and regular vacation; but if a student went home for the whole or part of a quarter, at any time before taking his second degree, he was charged 5s “discontinuance” or “detrements.” These terms, which came over from old Cambridge, were used interchangeably by Steward Chesholme; “detrements” properly meant what we should call an “overhead charge.”15 If a student went away for part of a term he was charged half tuition, study rent, and detriments; if he boarded and lodged outside the college (an exceptional practice in Dunster’s administration, but common in Chauncy’s) he paid full tuition, detriments, and whatever sizings he consumed from the buttery.

The order of the names in Chesholme’s book is the best evidence we have of academic seniority. It proves that at this early period Harvard students were “placed” before the first quarter-bill was rendered in Freshman year, and that the order was very little changed before graduation, except by occasional unexplained promotions and degradations, the addition of latecomers, and the dropping out of others. Except for these last, Chesholme’s order for the classes 1650–1663 is substantially that of the Triennial and Quinquennial Catalogues of Graduates.

When Chesholme purchased the book, he proceeded to allot to every member of the college then in residence a page of credits and an opposite page of debits, in their order of academic seniority at the time. The list follows:

Name Pages Remarks

“Mr Samuell Danforth”

2–3

Senior Fellow

“Mr Willyam myldmay and mr lyons”

3–4

Resident A.M.; a knight’s son and his private tutor

“mr Jonathan michell”

5–6

Fellow next junior to Danforth; A.M. 1650

“Mr Nathaniell mather”

7–8

A.M. 1650

“Sir Eaton fellow”

9–10

The Third Fellow, A.B. 1649

“sir okes fellow”

11–12

The Junior Fellow, A.B. 1649

“Mrwhitte”

13–14

A.M. 1649

“Mr Samuell willes”

15–16

Fellow-commoner, Class of Aug. 9, 1653

“Mr Brookes”

17–18

Fellow-commoner, Class of 1655

Two Senior Bachelors A.B. 1649

19–22

Seven Middle Bachelors A.B. 1650

23–34

Fourteen Junior Bachelors A.B. 165116

35–62

Eight Senior Sophisters Class of Aug. 9, 1653

63–78

Excluding the fellow-commoner

Ten Junior Sophisters Class of Aug. 10, 1653

79–98

Including Nelson, A.B. 1654

Sixteen Freshmen, Class of 1655

99–128

Excluding the fellow-commoner

This order, doubtless, was exactly that in which the names were placed on the “buttery tables” or bulletin boards, which hung on the wall of the buttery in the Old College, or in the passage between it and the hall. It is the order which would have been found in any English college: the Senior Fellow; Junior Fellows M.A.; other resident M.A.’s; Junior Fellows B.A.; fellow-commoners; resident B.A.’s; and undergraduates in order of seniority—except that in England a mere knight’s son would not have been placed above a Junior Fellow, and the two resident M.A.’s not fellows would have been placed together.

As each subsequent Freshman class was placed, Chesholme entered their names in order of seniority. This order is considerably interrupted, since Chesholme had already used some of the blank pages for continuations of older accounts. In printing the book we have, for greater clarity, placed all the accounts of the same student together, at the place where his name is first entered. In 1656, Chesholme began, on page [295], to enter his own accounts with the college, for which he had earlier used a separate book. This interrupts the Class of 1660. The latter part of the book was a good deal mutilated by its later possessor, but the indications are that Chesholme started accounts for all the members of 1663, the last class which entered before his resignation. Near the very end (pages [402–403]) are two pages devoted to “the Cuntrey stock,” contributions from individuals, towns, and churches, with the disbursements thereof. Many of the accounts are incomplete, either from mutilation, or because Chesholme established for the overflow another book, which has not survived. There are certain irregularities in this arrangement, such as entering two brothers or kinsmen on the same page; but the whole makes an almost complete order of seniority for the classes 1650–1663 inclusive.17

My colleague in the Department of Economics, Professor Arthur H. Cole, has made a significant comparison of the prices of the principal agricultural commodities with which Harvard students discharged their college dues in the sixteen-fifties, and of those dues themselves, with the prices of similar commodities and college dues in recent years. From this study he has kindly permitted me to quote:

In Exhibit A appear certain comparisons between the conditions of the 1650’s and those of more recent times. They are intended to show the purchasing power of certain commodities over tuition and over “commons and sizings” in the earlier period, compared with the purchasing power of similar commodities over tuition and average cost of board to students in the years 1924–26.18

The commodities utilized are those most frequently mentioned in the Steward’s Book as tendered in payment of college debts. These articles, with their representative values in the currency of the time, are as follows:

Wheat

5s

per

bushel

Beef

d

per

pound

Rye

4s

Pork

4d

Corn

3s

Sugar

9d

With these are compared tuition, which ran from 26s 8d to 32s, and commons and sizings, of which the median figure among the items entered was £8 19s 11d and the maximum figure, £14 13sd. These prices are in New England shillings, which contained about 82½ per cent of the silver in George V shillings, worth about 20 cents in Calvin Coolidge dollars.

The years selected to represent modern conditions, 1924–26, were chosen with the thought that they would exhibit a post-war normal. The average values for the same group of commodities specified, over this three-year interval, were as follows:19

Wheat

$1.503

per

bushel

Beef

$.172

per

pound

Rye

.999

Pork

.240

Corn

.923

Sugar

.049

The figure for modern tuition is $400, and the average cost of board for Harvard students in the modern period was taken as $300.

The interpretation of Exhibit A is not difficult. Whereas the proceeds of the sale of 5⅓ to 6⅖ bushels of wheat was enough in the 1650’s to defray tuition charges at Harvard, the tuition rate in 1924–26 was equivalent to the wholesale market values of 265 bushels. Beef to the quantity of 615 to 1,005 pounds—say, two or three carcasses—would provide board for a Harvard youth of the 1650’s, but something like double that quantity (the value of 1,745 pounds) would be necessary to cover equivalent expenses in 1924–26. The shift of relative values is greatest in the case of sugar, but wherever one looks in the accompanying tabulation, the moral is the same: commodities in the 1650’s had a much greater purchasing power over education than similar goods have today.

Exhibit A

Quantity of produce required to cover:
Tuition Commons & Sizings

1650–59

1924–26

1650–59

1924–26

(bushels)

(bushels)

(bushels)

(bushels)

Wheat

5⅓–6⅖

265

36–59

200

Rye

6⅔–8

400

45–77

300

Corn

8⅚–10⅔

435

60–98

325

(pounds)

(pounds)

(pounds)

(pounds)

Beef

90–110

2,325

615–1,005

1,745

Pork

80–95

1,665

540–880

1,250

Sugar

35–43

8,160

240–390

6,125

It may also be observed that if wholesale prices of 1931–33 had been taken instead of those of 1924–26, we should have found an actual decrease in the price of grains with which Harvard students commonly discharged their dues; still further accentuating the present degraded economic and social position of an American farmer compared with that of his ancestors in New England of the Puritan century.

For a further analysis of these accounts, the reader is referred to my forthcoming History of Harvard College in the Seventeenth Century.

S. E. Morison

48–02–01

46–16–00

01–04–01

Thomas Chesholme his booke June 5 1655

Thomas Cheshol[me] his booke June the 5th 1655

Thomas Ch[es]holme is the right [owner] of this booke June the 5th

Thomas Chesholme is the owner of this booke price 3s–05d November the 26th, 1651

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[1] Mr Samuell Danforth20 fellow Creditor

[day] month year li s d

[ ] 1–49/50

ꝑ ballance

001

00

06

Alowed him for defecte of his fellowship as appeares by the ꝑsedentes booke

001

10

00

Alowed him by Anger By desoluinge his studye

000

16

00

[2] Mr Samuell Danforth Debitor

li s d

14– 4–50

By Commones and Sizinges

000

03

0[ ]

24– 2–51

payd for mr lyons

001

18

06

payd by the ꝑsedent for him

000

12

00

payd unto mr Whalley

000

06

00

27– 3–52

payd by gregry stone

000

05

00

[3] Mr Willyam myldmay21 and mr lyons Creditors

mo year li s d q

[ ]–1–49/50

ꝑ ballance

000

00

08

1

1– 2–50

by on busheell of malt from goodm hach of Charlstown

000

05

00

11– 4–50

by 3 bushells and 3 peckes of wheatt

000

18

09

27– 4–50

by A runlett of sacke to the Steward

004

05

00

by suger for the ketchen 14th

000

09

00

29– 5–50

by silver payd to the Steward

002

00

00

quarter day

13– 7–50

by beafe that was bought of sir glouer

004

05

02

25– 8–50

by 12 bushells of wheatt

003

00

00

payd by the ꝑsedent

002

00

00

28– 5–50

payd goodm parker In Indian of wooborn

000

06

00

quarter day

13–10–50

payd by mr lyons In siluer

003

00

00

31–11–50

payd by peasse to goodm lynne

002

00

00

25–1–50/51

payd by mr ꝑsedent

010

00

00

payd by mr Lyons In wheatt and rye

001

00

00

quarter day

15–1–50/51

Receaud by mr Lyons In Siluer

001

14

00

payd by mr samuell danforth

001

18

06

14– 2–51

mr myldmay his lone returnd for the gallery

001

10

00

payd by brodstreat for a dixenary

000

10

00

24– 2–51

payd by Edward goff for a saddell of mr lyons

001

00

00

payd by the ꝑsedent

000

15

07

payd to goodm lynne by mr Sargant

001

00

00

41–17–8

[4] Mr Willyam Mildmay and mr Lyons Debitors

quarter day li s d

14– 2–50

mr mylmay by Commons and Sizinges

003

14

05

mr Lyons by Commones and Sizinges

002

19

11

quarter day

13– 7–50

by mr willyam myldmay his Commencment Chardges

003

02

06

Dew at his Commencment to the ꝑsedent

002

00

00

Commencment day 30 of July before the quarter day

by his Commones and Sizinges that quarter

003

02

02

payd for moxon

000

13

07–2q

by mr lyons Commones and Sizinges

002

06

00–1q

quarday

13–10–50

mr willyam myldmay by Commones and Sizinges

004

09

11

mr Lyons by Commones and Sizinges

003

06

06–3q

quarday

15–1–50/51

mr William myldmay by Commones and Sizinges

004

09

04

mr Lyons by Commones and Sizinges

003

12

03

Lent the Colledge toward buldinge A gallery

001

10

00

quarday

14– 2–51

mr willyam myldmay by Commons and Sizinges

002

04

11

28– 2–51

mr Lyons by Commons and Sizinges

001

15

01

Present unto the offiseres

002

00

00

some debitor 41–06–08–3

[5] mr Jonathan michell22 fellow Creditor

quarter day li s d q

15–1–49/50

ꝑ payd by him

001

03

03–1

Alowed hime for his fellow ship

003

00

00

quarter day

13– 4–50

Alowed him for his fellowship

003

00

00

payd to ward his Commencment Chardg

000

09

00

quarter day

13–10–50

payd by the Deackens In wheatt

000

10

00

payd by Ambros Senior

001

08

00

Alowed and Chardged on Cotten about his study

000

08

00

12–12–51

payd by the deackones by george bowers

000

16

00

by the returne of his study

003

08

00

12– 3–52

by a bush of wheatt 5s—A a bush of rye 4s

000

09

00

3– 6–53

payd by Tho Longhorne—by meatte

002

12

00

the 14–7–53 by two bush of appelles

000

08

00

9–10–53

payd by the ꝑsident by John fuller

000

10

00

9– 4–54

payd by the ꝑsident by John fuller

001

00

00

by two bushels of appelles

000

06

00

3– 7–54

payd by Amos Richardson of boston

004

00

00

[6] Mr Jonathan michell fellow Debitor

15–1 49/50

Debitor ꝑ ballance

001

03

03–1q

quarter day

14– 4–50

by Commones and Sizinges

002

04

05

by study rent and bedmakinge

000

02

09

quarter day

13– 7–50

by his Commencment Chardg

003

04

05

Dew to the ꝑsedent

001

00

00

by Commones and Sizinges

002

02

06

by Study rent and bedmaking

000

02

09

quarter day

13–10–50

by Commones and Sizinges and a Super on his weedinge night

001

06

08

3q

13–1–50/51

by Sizinges

000

11

00

14– 4–51

att June quarter by Sizinges

000

07

07–2q

12– 7–51

att Septem quarter 51 by Sizinges

000

05

08–1q

12–10–51

att Desember quarter

000

07

00

12–1–51/2

att march quarter

000

08

06

11– 4–52

by Sizinges at June quarter

000

10

03–3

10– 7–52

by Sizinges att Septem quarter

000

12

08

10–10–52

by Sizinges att Desem quarter

000

09

02

11–1–52/3

by Sizinges att march quarter

000

09

10–2

10– 4–53

by Sizinges att June quarter

000

05

00–03

9– 7–53

by Sizinges 18s–1d–3q, at the 9–10–53 by Sizinges 1li–4s–6d

002

02

07–3

the 9— of march 53/4 by sizinges

002

00

06

9– 4–54

by Sizinges 29s–7d–1q att 8–7–54 by Sizinges 4li–07s–1d–3q

005

16

09

[7] Mr Nathaniell mather23 Creditor

13– 7–50

payd upon Accounte

001

09

03

4–10–50

payd by John fuller

000

09

00

19–10–50

payd by mr Richard mather In Siluer

000

10

00

28–1–50/51

payd by mr Angeir

001

01

00

5–4–51

payd by mr Richard mather In siluer

000

10

00

16– 8–51

payd by mr Richard mather In siluer

000

03

00

[8] Mr Nathaniell mather debitor

Da mo year

30– 5–50

being the day of Commencment

by his Commencment Chardges

003

02

03

Dew unto the ꝑsedent

001

00

00

[9] Sir Eaton24 fellow Creditor

14– 4–50

Alowed him for Instructinge some pupelles

000

11

00

13– 7–50

Alowed him for his fellow shipe

002

00

00

13–10–50

Alowed him for his fellowship

003

00

00

13–1–50/51

Alowed him for his fellowshipe

004

00

00

Alowed him by the Chainge of his study

002

12

07

Alowed him out of the publicke accounts to make up his study Income

002

07

05

14– 4–51

Alowed him for his fellowshipe

005

00

00

12– 7–51

Alowed him for his fellowshipe

005

00

00

12–1–51/2

Alowed him for yt part of the quarter he was residante att the Colledge

003

00

10– 4–52

Alowed him by his fellowship for on quarter and half

006

00

00

payd vnto the steward toward his Commencment Chardge In Siluer

002

00

11–1–52/3

Alowed for his fellowship

005

00

00

40–11–00

[257] M. Eaton Creditor25

li s

by returne of his gallery rome

000

15

[10] Sir Eaton fellow debitor

15–1–49/50

ꝑ ballance as appeares

002

10

09

14– 4–50

by Commones and Sizinges

000

10

09

by beedmakinge

000

00

03

13– 7–50

by Leautenant franch

000

05

08

by Commones and Sizinges

002

09

05–2q

by bedmakinge 1s study rent 2s 6d

000

03

06

13–10–50

to pay for malbone

000

05

09

by Commones and sizinges

002

14

09–2q

by study rent and beedmaking

000

03

05

13–1–50/51

by Commones and Sizinges

002

18

07

lent to ward the building of the gallery

000

15

00

by study rent and beedmakinge

000

03

06

14– 4–51

by Commones and Sizinges

003

00

08

by study rent and bedmaking

000

03

06

12– 7–51

by Commons and Sizinges

003

14

00–2q

by study rent and bedmakinge

000

03

06

by the Income of his study

005

00

00

12–10–51

by Commones and Sizings

002

17

09–3

by study rent 2s 6d beedmakinge

000

03

06

by the ꝑsident

002

14

00

by the steward

000

00

08

11– 4–52

by Commones and Sizinges

002

07

07

by study rent for two quarters 5s by beed 1s 1d

000

06

01

10– 7–52

by his Commencment Chardge

003

00

00

by Commones and Sizinges

003

17

07–1

by study rent and beedmakinge

000

04

00

10–10–52

by Commones and Sizinges

003

17

03

by study rente and beedmakinge

000

04

00

to the steward by bearre

000

04

00

to goodman Caine by worke done

000

01

11

11–1–52/3

by Commones and Sizinges 3s 7d

003

15

01–1

by study rente 2s 6d beedmaking and to goodman Kaine

000

05

01

remains

49–01–09–03

40–11–00–00

08–10–09–03

mr Eatton Debitor26

10– 4–53

by Commones and Sizinges

003

14

08

by study rente 2s 6d beed and work done goodm Caine 6s 3d

000

05

08

9– 7–53

by Commones and Sizinges

001

14

08

by study rente and beed

000

04

01

9–10–53

by Commones and Sizings

000

09

06

by study rente and beed

000

03

04

[11] sir okes27 fellow Creditor

29–5–50

by a Calfe

000

18

00

by a sheepe

000

16

00

payd by heugh Clarke

000

15

18– 8–50

paydby 12li–½ of beaffe

000

03

07–2q

payd by goodm. bordman

000

08

00

payd by mr Day

000

10

00

6–12–50

payd in malt by goodman lynne for Charlstowne

001

00

00

25–1–50/51

Alowed him for his schollershipe

002

17

00

payd by mr day

000

16

00

18– 8–51

payd by mr Day

000

12

02

20–10–51

payd to the ꝑsidente—by mr Couke of Charlstowne

001

02

payd by mr frances willoughby In Indian

000

09

00

payd by the treasurer by longhorne by mrs palsgrave 01li–12s–6d and by old Carter 1li–5s–6d

002

18

00

payd by mr frances norton by his gift

000

15

00

payd by mr treasurer to goody pattin

001

02

00

9– 6–52

by two lambes from Ed okes

001

10

00

28– 8–52

by deackon lynne by malt

001

00

24– 9–52

by Sargant Stilson In wheatte

001

00

00

by Sargant haill in Suger

000

10

01

2

22–10–52

by goodman Cuttler by Abraham errington

000

05

00

18– 6–11

[12] Sir okes fellow debitor

li s d

15–1–49/50

ꝑ ballance

001

03

11

14–4–50 by Commones and Sizinges

001

13

04–3

by study rent 1s 6d by beedmaking

002

02

06

17– 7–50

by Commons and Sizinges

002

01

02

2q

by study rent

000

01

06

13–10–50

by Commons and Sizeinges

002

02

05

2q

by study rent

000

02

00

13–1–50/51

by Commones and Sizinges

002

13

02

Lent toward buildinge of the gallery

000

15

00

by study rent and beedsmaking

000

03

06

13– 4–51

by Commons and Sizinges

002

09

04

3q

by study rent and beedmakinge

000

02

06

12– 7–51

By Commones and Sizinges

003

07

03

2q

by study rent and beedmakinge

000

02

06

12–10–51

by Commones and Sizinges

003

04

04–1

by study rente and beedmakinge

000

02

06

12–1–51/2

by Commones and Sizinges

003

00

08

by his study rente

000

02

06

11– 4–52

by Commones and Sizinges

002

14

09

by study rente and beed

000

02

07

10– 7–52

by his Commencment Chardges

003

00

00

by Commones And Sizinges

000

15

06–3

by study rente and beedmakinge

000

02

07

10–10–52

by Commones and Sizinges

003

02

09

by study rente and beedmakinge

000

02

07

11–1–52/3

by Commones and Sizinges

003

05

06

by study rent 1s–6d and to goodman Kaine 2s–1d

000

03

07

11–1–52/3

37–00–03

18–16–11

remaines debitor—

18–03–04

[13] Mr whitte28 Creditor

21–10–50

Recceued In Siluer

005

00

00

13–1–50/51

Alowed him out of the publick accounts

004

00

00

13–7–50/51

Alowed him by a Exebition from ye Colledg

002

00

00

12–7

Sume 11 00 00 00

4– 9–53

payd by returne of his study

003

00

10

payd by returne of his gallery rome

000

15

Credit. Sum tottall 14–15–10

[14] Mr whitte Debitor

13– 7–50

by Commones and Sizinges

000

12

00

by the Income Into his study

003

00

10

13–10–50

by Commones And Sizinges

002

05

09

3q

13–1–50/51

by Commones and Sizinges

002

07

10

Lent toward the building the gallery

000

15

00

study rente 1s–6d bedmaking 1s

000

02

06

13– 4–51

by Commones and Sizinges

002

08

04–2q

Study rente beedmakinge

000

02

06

payd by the ꝑsedent to Rich franch for wood

000

06

00

12– 7–51

by Commones and Sizinges

003

05

05

by study rente and beedmaking

000

02

06

12–10–51

by Commones and Sizinges

003

04

04–2

by study rente and beedmakinge

000

02

06

12–1–51/2

by Commones and Sizinges

003

03

07–2

by study rente and beed

000

02

06

11– 4–52

by Commones and Sizinges

001

11

10

by beedmakinge 1s–1d

000

01

01

10–10–52

by Commones and Sizinges

000

08

00

11–1–52/3

by Commones and Sizinges

003

09

02–2

by study rente And beed

000

03

01

11–1–52/3 Sume 27–14–11–3

11–00–00–00

remains 16–14–11–03

10– 4–53

by Commones and Sizinges

001

11

01

03

by study rente and beed and to goodman Caine

000

04

02

9– 7–53

by Commones and Sizinges

000

08

03

Sume debitor totall is 29–18–06–02

[15] Mr Samuell wiles29 fellow Commoner Creditor

15–1–49/50

payd by mr Scotte to hugh Clark by a bill

002

00

00

payd by mr Scott to the ꝑsedent

002

00

00

17– 3–50

receaued att mr danes house—20 bush of wheat, that was left ther

005

00

00

14– 7–50

Receaued from mr willes In money

001

00

00

12–8–50

payd 20 bush of wheatt by mr Angeir

005

00

00

4–10–50

13–10–50

payd by mr lake

002

10

07

23– 3–51

payd by mr Angeir 30 bush of wheatt

007

10

00

payd by mr Scotte of boston

003

10

payd by 18 bush of wheatt receaued from Ed Shiphead

004

10

00

11– 4–52

Alowed him by mather senior for his old Study

003

00

00

19– 8–52

payd by Thomas Longhorne

001

00

00

30–10–52

payd by Josua Scotawa In Siluer

001

00

00

3–11–52

payd by Josua Scotua In peasse to will mannige Jen

001

00

00

payd by mr Lake

001

16

00

payd, by Josua Scoto to will maninge Junr in Indian

11–1–52/3 Sum is 41–16–04

001

00

00

16– 3–53

payd by 23 bush of wheatt wanting 6d worth and a half bush

005

17

14– 8–53

payd by goodman Cayne

000

04

08

payd by 20 bush of wheatte

005

00

00

payd by the returne of his study

003

00

00

payd by returne of his gallery roome

000

12

00

22– 6–54

payd by 13 bush of wheatte deliverd by Ed Shiphead

003

05

00

Att 10–10–53

Sume Creditor

59–15–03

[16] Mr Samuell willes fellow Commoner debitor

15–1–49–50

ꝑ ballance

004

16

09

2q

14– 4–50

by Commones and Sizinges

003

04

01

1

by Tuition 13s–4d Study rent 1s–6d bed makinge 1d

000

15

10

by bringing 20 bush of wheat from boston

000

03

08

009

00

04

03

13– 7–50

by Commones and Sizinges

002

16

07

2q

by Tuition 13s 4d study rent and beedmaking 2s 6d

000

15

10

003

12

05

2

13–10–50

by Commons and Sizinges

004

07

10–2

by Tuition Study rent bedmakinge

000

15

10

005

02

08–2

13–1–50/51

by Commones and Sizinges

003

13

05

by Tuition Study rent beedmaking

000

15

10

Lent toward the buildinge the gallery

000

15

00

005

04

03

13– 4–51

by Commones and Sizinges

003

14

02

2q

by Tuition study rente and beedmakinge

000

15

10

004

09

00

02

12– 7–51

by Commones and Sizinge

002

12

00

by Tuitione study rente and bedmakinge

000

15

10

12–10–51

by Candell and woode

000

02

00

003

09

10

11– 4–52

by Commones and Sizinge

000

19

01

by Tuition study rente and beedmakinge

000

08

01

by bringinge 20 bush of wheatt from boston

000

04

00

dew to the steward for lodging and other nessesery

000

04

07

by the Income of a new study

003

00

00

by a study rent dew from 10[?] to 1–51/2–1s–3d

000

01

03

004

17

00

10– 7–52

by Commones and Sizinges

003

12

11–3

by Tuition study rente and beedmakinge

000

15

11

10–10–52

by Commones and Sizinges

003

07

09–1

by Tuition study rente beedmakinge and to Caine

000

16

05

008

13

01

11–1–52/3

by Commones And Sizinges

003

09

04

by study rent and Tuition A to goodman Kaine

000

17

05

by mendinge the glasse of his Chamber window

000

02

00

004

08

09

11–1–52/3 Sum is 48–13–06–1

10– 4–53

by Commones and Sizinges

003

09

08

by Tuition study rent and beed

000

17

06

9– 7–53

by bringe 23 bush and half of wheat from boston

000

04

04

by Commones and Sizings

002

09

05

by study rent and beed 3s–1d Commencment Chardg 03li–5s

003

08

01

to goodm Cayn 2s–6d bring wheat from boston 4s

000

06

06

want of measur 4s–4d discontinuanc 5s for Candell 2s

000

11

04

discontineuance att march And Jun 54

000

10

00

att 10–10–53 sume debitor 60–19–4–4

11

15

[17] Mr Brookes30 Creditor

Entred the Colledg the 3 of June 51

13– 4–51

payd by the ꝑsedent

001

03

10–3q

12– 7–51

payd by the ꝑsedente

005

06

05

12–10–51

payd by the ꝑsidente

005

04

11

12–1–51/2

payd by the ꝑsidente

005

07

08

2

11– 4–52

payd by the ꝑsedent

006

12

01

2

payd by whittinge Senior31 for his old study

004

10

00

10– 7–52

payd by the ꝑsidente

006

08

01

10–10–52

payd by the ꝑsidente

006

01

09

[18] Mr Brookes Debitor

13– 4–51

by Commones and Sizinge

000

06

10

3

Lent toward the buildinge the gallery

000

15

00

by his Entrance

000

02

00

12– 7–51

by Commones and Sizinges

004

08

01

by Tuition 13s 4d study rent 2s 6d beedmakinge 1s

000

16

10

12–10–51

by Commones and Sizinges

004

10

10

by Tuition 13s 4d study rente 2s 6d, beedmakinge 1s

000

16

10

12–1–51/2

by Commones and Sizinges

004

10

08–2

by Tuition study rente and beedmakinge

000

16

10

11– 4–52

by Commones and Sizinges

004

10

10

by the Income of a new study in the new house32

004

10

00

by Tuition study rente and beedmakinge

000

16

08

by the steward

000

04

07

10– 7–52

by Commones and Sizinges

004

15

05

2

by study rent Tuition beed and by the steward

001

12

10–2

10–10–52

by Commones and Sizinges

004

04

08

by Tuition study rent and beed and for goodm Caine

001

00

01

payd to goody hall for washing 15s by publick fier and wood

000

17

00

[19] Sir Rogers33 Creditor

30– 8–50

payd by his Study which ambrose Senior is Chardge

003

13

00

18–9–50

payd by goodman Jewett In Siluer

001

00

00

payd by Joseph Jewett by Rob holmes In Indian

002

00

00

[20] Sir Rogers Debitor

15–1–49/50

Debitor ꝑ ballance

003

18

02

3q

by study rente

000

01

08

by a paster for his Cow befor hir apprisall

000

02

00

by Detrements In the winter quarter––49

000

04

00

by Sargant greene34

000

02

00

by the study that was buttlers In the terrett

002

00

00

Lent the Colledg to build a gallery

000

15

00

by study rente

000

01

00

13–1–50/51

[21] Sir Collines35 Creditor

In may 50

payd by Elder frost by Tho Sweatman for Mrs Day

002

04

08

14– 4–50

by 4 rymes of the best garland paꝑ Chardg on the ꝑsedent

002

00

00

by mr willes his gift of boston payd to the ꝑsedent

001

00

00

13–1–50/51

by his Chollership when the Constipell hath Collected it

003

15

00

13– 4–51

Alowed him for his Exebition

003

00

00

13– 7–51

Alowed him for his Exebition

003

00

00

Alowed him for June and September

006

00

00

11–4–52

Lent him by the ꝑsident to pay toward ye price of his new study

001

00

00

by mr willes by the Study left to mather seni

003

00

00

11–1–52/3

Alowed him for his exebition and deuident for three quarters past

006

00

00

30–19–08

[22] Sir Collenes Debitor

15–1–49/50

Debitor ꝑ ballance

004

05

08

1q

14–4–

by Commones and Sizinges

001

02

11–3

by study rent

000

01

06

13– 7–50

by Commones and Sizinges

001

16

02

by study rente

000

01

06

13–10–50

by Commones and Sizinges

001

10

01

1

by study rente

000

01

06

13–1–50/51

for Commones and Sizinges

001

12

06

by study rente

000

01

06

Lente to wards buildinge a gallery

000

15

00

13– 4–51

by Commones and Sizinges

002

08

07

by study rente

000

01

06

payd by the ꝑsident to mr lyones for sir Collenes

000

13

06

12– 7–51

by Commones and Sizinges

003

09

04

2

by study rente

000

01

06

12–10–51

by Commones and Sizinges

003

03

06–2

by study rente

000

01

06

by the steward

000

05

04

12–1–51/2

by Commones and Sizinges

002

17

10

by study rente

000

01

06

11– 4–52

by Commones and Sizinges

003

08

10–3

by the Income of a study in the new house

004

00

00

by study rente 2s and to the steward 4s–1d

000

06

01

10– 7–52

by his Commencment Chardges

003

00

00

by Commones and Sizinges

004

03

01

by study rente

000

02

00

10–10–52

by Commones and Sizinges

002

19

06

3

by study rente and to goodman Caine

000

02

04

11–1–52/3

by Commones And Sizinges

002

18

00

by study rente And goodman Kaine

000

03

00

11–1–52/3

Sum is 45–15–11

30 19 08

14 16 03

[Class of 1650]36

[23] Sir Stoughton37 Creditor

15–1–49/50

by his bill

001

11

00

17– 2–50

by 4 bush of rye 16s two bush on half of Indian 7s 6d

23–2–

on bush half of wheatt 7s 6d

001

11

00

10–4–

by 9 bush of rye malt att 4s 6d ꝑ bush

002

00

06

13–4–

by a bill to mr Powell

005

00

00

26– 5–50

Receaued to ward his Commencment Chardge by 30 pound of butter

000

15

00

13–10–50

by 3 bush and 3 peckes of appelles

000

15

00

13– 4–51

Receaued In Commodyties from mr powell

004

00

00

21– 5–51

payd by sir buttler

001

14

[24] Sir Stoughton Debitor

15–1–49/50

Debitor ꝑ ballance

005

12

01

2q

14– 4–50

by Commones and Sizinges

001

12

11

3

by Tuition 6s 8d study rent 1s 6d bedmakinge 1s

000

09

02

by want of measure of the Indian

000

00

09

2q

30–5–5038

for his Commencment Chardge

003

02

01

Dew to the ꝑsedent

001

00

00

by his Commones and Sizinges

001

04

01–2

study rent and bedmakinge

000

02

06

13–10–50

by Commones and Sizinges

001

02

06

03

Lent to ward buildinge a gallery

000

15

00

by study rent and beedmakinge

000

02

06

13– 4–51

by Commones and Sizinges

000

13

08–1

study rent and beedmakinge

000

02

00

12– 7–51

by Commones and Sizinges

001

06

06

1

by study rent and bedmakinge

12–1

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[25] the Sirs hubartes39 Creditors

6– 4–50

by a bill to Sargant Cooke of boston

003

00

00

4– 5–50

by a bill to mr Sandes of boston

005

00

00

6– 5–50

by order to Sargant Couke of boston

004

00

00

23–11–50

by a bill excepted to pay by mr frances Willoughby of Charlstowne for John foulshame of hingham

014

00

00

5– 4–51

to be payd by Josua Scoto of boston

003

00

00

12–10–51

payd by the returne of ther studyes

005

00

00

9–12–52

payd by tho danforth by mr Rich russell

004

00

00

by returne of ther gallery romes

001

10

sum Creditor 39–10–00

[26] the Sir hubbarts Debitor

15–1–49/50

ꝑ ballance

011

06

04

sir hubbarte Senior by Commones and Sizinges

002

05

04

1q

quar day

14– 4–50

by Tuition 6s 8d study rent 1s–3d beedmakinge 1s

000

08

11

sir hubbart Jeunior by Commones and Sizinges

002

05

08

by Tuition 6s–8d study rent 1s–3d beedmakinge 1s

000

08

11

016

15

02

1

30– 5–50

by the Commencment Chardge of both sir hubbarts

005

05

04

Dew to the ꝑsedent

002

00

00

by Commones for sir hubbart Senior

001

07

06

quar day

13– 7–50

by study rent 1s–3d—beedmakinge 1s

000

02

03

by Commones and Sizinges for sir hubbart Jeunior

001

07

07–1

by study rent and beedmakinge

000

02

03

010

04

11

1

quar day

13–10–50

by Commones and Sisinges for Sir hubbart Sene

000

19

10

3q

by Commones and Sizinges for Sir hubbart Jeuer

001

08

09

2

by ther study rents and beedesmaking

000

04

06

to be added for sack att yr Commencment dew to Sir Allerton

000

04

08

002

17

10

1

quar day

13–1–50/51

by Commones and Sisinges for both Sir hubbarts

002

03

01

Lent by them both toward buildinge a gallery

001

10

00

by ther study rents and beedsmaking

000

04

06

003

17

07

quar day

13– 4–51

by Commones and Sisinges for Sir hubbart Sene

001

07

11–1

by study rente and beedmakinge

000

02

03

by Commones and Sizinges by Sir hubbart Jenr

000

11

11–1

by study rente and beedmakinge

000

01

09

002

03

10

2

quar day

12– 7–51

by Commones and Sisinges for Sr hubbart Seni

001

13

10

by study rent and beedmakinge

000

02

03

by Commones and Sizinges for Sr hubbart Jenre

001

13

00

by study rente and beedmakinge

000

02

03

12–10–51

by Commones and Sizinges by Sr hubbard Senior

000

18

00

by yr study rentes

000

02

06

by sir hubbard Junior to pay for Sir buttler

000

05

06

by Candell and wood for the publicke fyer

000

03

00

005

05

04

12–10–51 som debitor 40 19 09 1

som Creditor 34 00 00 0

Remaynes debitor 06 19 09 1

9– 6–53

by ther Commencment Chardges

006

11

02

1

att 9–4–54 sumedebitor 13–11–00

Creditor 05–00–00

rests debitor 08–11–00

the wholl debite is 47–10–11–03

[27] Sir weld40 Creditor

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[28] Sir weld Debitor

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[29] Sir philipes41 Creditor

15–1–49/50

by wages for his Stewardship for 5 weekes

000

15

00

by 6li of butter toward his Commencment Chardge

000

03

00

23– 5–50

by 4 quarters of a weathor

001

00

00

16– 6–50

payd by goodman Child of wattertowne

001

11

06

8– 9–50

payd by mr frances norton of Charlstowne for goodman haward of dedham

006

00

00

15–1–50/51

Alowed him for his scollershipe

003

15

00

By the returne of the gallery

000

15

00

21– 8–51

Alowed him for his schollershipe

[01

07

06]42

13

19

06

8– 6–53

payd by deacken Stone of wattertowne by a bush of appells

000

04

00

mor by him 3 quarters of a lambe

000

09

00

payd by goodman bloyse of wattertown by a lambe

000

12

00

octo 53

payd to tho longhorne by mr Jewette

005

00

00

[30] Sir philipes Debitor

15–1–49/50

ꝑ balance

004

15

10–3q

by Commones and Sizinges

002

06

04

1

by Tuition 6s–8d–study rent 1s–3d beedmaking 1s

000

08

11

30– 5–50

by his Commencment Chardges

003

02

01

Dew to the ꝑsedente

001

00

00

by Commones and Sizinges

001

16

11–2

13– 7–50

by study rent and bedmakinge

000

02

03

13–10–50

by Commones and Sizinges

002

01

09

by study rente and beedmakinge

000

02

03

13–1–50/51

by Commones and Sizinges

000

02

04

Lent toward buildinge the gallery

000

15

00

13– 4–51

by Commones and Sisinges

000

05

06

by study rent for two quarters

000

02

06

12– 7–51

by study rente

000

01

03

17

02

11

2

by his Commencment Chardges att the 9th 6–53 03–05–00

by Sizinges 00 00 04 totall is

20

09

04

2

[31] Sir hoar43 Creditor

4– 5–50

payd by seargant Couk of boston In Commodyties

003

11

10

23– 5–50

Receaued In Silver toward his Commencment Chardg

000

15

00

Receaued In wheatt two bushells

000

10

00

Receaued In rye malt two bushells

000

09

00

15– 6–50

payd to mr Dunster by Sargant Couk

002

00

00

payd by 20li of butter

000

10

00

13–10–50

payd by Sargant Couk to mr Starre

002

00

00

payd by Sargant Couk to mr Anger

001

10

00

30– 7–51

payd by the ꝑsedent for mr Corlett

001

00

00

30– 8–51

payd by mr Corlett by two bush of wheatte

000

10

00

12–10–51

payd by the returne of his study

002

10

00

18–1–51/2

payd by mr Corlett

000

05

00

11– 1–53

15

10

10

18– 8–53

by the returne of his gallery rome

000

15

00

payd by John Flemminge of wattertown by malt

000

12

27– 8–53

payd by a younge stearre 8–10–54 sum Creditor 20–17–10

004

00

[32] Sir hoar Debitor

15–1–49/50

ꝑ ballance

000

13

09–2

quar day

by Commones and Sizinges

002

09

02

14– 4–50

by tuition 6s–8d, study rent 1s–3d beedmakinge 1s

000

08

11

003

11

10

2

30– 5–50

by his Commencment Chardg

003

02

01

dew to mr Dunster

001

00

00

quar day

by Commones and Sisinges

002

03

08

3q

13– 7–50

by study rent 1s–3d and beedmakinge

000

02

03

a wantinge In measure of the wheat and malt

000

00

08

006

08

08

3

13–10–50

by Commones and Sizinges

000

17

11

by study rente and beedmaking

000

02

10

Lent toward buildinge the gallery

000

15

00

001

15

09

13– 4–51

by Commones and Sizinges

001

04

11

by study rent for two quarters 2s–6d––beedmaking 1s

000

03

06

12– 7–51

by Commones and Sizinges

001

16

02

by study rente and beedmakinge

000

02

03

003

06

10

13–10–51

by Commones and Sizinges

000

09

02–1

by Candell and wood for the publick fyer

000

02

09

16– 9–52

to pay for mr Chancey of Settiatte44

002

00

00

002

11

11–1

11– 1–53

17

10

09–2

10– 7–53

by Commencment Charges

003

00

00

given unto the officers

000

15

00

by Sizinges

000

00

04

003

15

04

Sume debitor–21–10–05

[33] Sr Allerton45 Creditor

27– 4–50

by Siluer payd unto the steward

001

10

00

9– 5–50

by Siluer payd unto the steward

001

00

00

by Chandge of his study Chardged on Swinnock

000

10

00

17–10–51

payd by mr hennery weebe of boston

006

00

00

17–10–51

payd by the returne of his study

001

10

00

payd by Siluer to the steward

003

00

00

payd by the returne of the gallery roome

000

15

00

payd by Sack that he brought into the Colledge att his Commencmente and was Chardged upon the rest of the Commencers according to ther proportion

001

08

00

11– 1–53

15

13

00

18–1–51/2

[payd by mr Corlett]46

[Class of 1651]

[36]47 Malbone48 Debitor

15–1–49/50

ꝑ ballance

007

08

02

3q

14– 4–50

by Commones and Sisinges

000

18

03

3

by Tuition 3s–4d study rent 1s–4d beedmaking 5d

000

05

01

by bringinge up the malte from boston

000

03

01

13– 7–50

by Commones and Sizinges

002

08

06–1

by Tuition 6s–8d study rent 1s 4d beedmaking 1s

000

09

00

mor spent after the quarter day until his departing

001

10

02

[37] Sir Wiggelsworth49 Creditor

by Siluer 30s by peag 33s 4d att 7 ꝑ penny

003

03

04

26–1–49/50

geven by mr Dunster and by the colledg

000

10

00

by mr Richard bellingham

001

17

06

30– 6–50

by mr willys gift of boston

001

00

00

payd in Siluer

000

15

00

23–11–50

Alowed him for his Schollarshipe

003

15

00

18– 2–51

payd in Siluer

002

05

00

9– 5–51

payd in Siluer

002

10

00

29– 5–51

payd in Siluer

001

10

00

11– 4–52

Alowed him by passinge over his study to mather jeunior

002

10

00

11–1–52/3

Alowed him for his fellowshipp for Septem and Desem quarters 52

004

00

00

11– 1–53

[23

15]50

10

17– 4–53

payd by mr vsher in Siluer

002

06

00

payd by deductinge that was misplaced in his accounts

000

19

9–10–53

payd for him by the ꝑsident

008

00

13– 1–54

payd by Sir wiggelsworth in Siluer

002

00

5– 6–54

payd by mr vsher by mr wiggelsworth bill in Siluer

002

00

sum is 39 00 10

8–10–54

by returne of his Study

003

00

by returne of his gallery

000

12

his wholl Credit is 42–12–10

Mr Wiggelsworth is debitor att the 8–10–54 by returne to mr Dunster that was lent att the 8–10–53

08

00

00

Att 8–10–54

so that his wholl debites is

63

09

09

02

42

12

10

20

16

11

02

[38] Sir Wiggelsworth Debitor

15–1–49/50

ꝑ ballance

001

10

03–1

14– 4–50

by Commones and Sizinges

002

04

04–2

by Tuition 6s 8d, Study rent 1s 8d beed 1s

000

09

04

13– 7–50

by Commones and Sizinges

002

03

08

by Tuition study rente and beedmakinge

000

09

04

13–10–50

by Commones and Sizinges

002

07

02

by Tuition study rent and beedmakinge

000

09

04

13–1–50/51

by Commones and Sizinges

002

05

02

by Tuition study rent beedmakinge

000

09

04

Lent toward buildinge a gallery

000

15

00

13– 4–51

by Commones and Sizinges

002

04

01

by Tuition study rente and beedmakinge

000

09

04

12– 7–51

by his Commencment Charges

002

04

05

2

Dew to the ꝑsedent

001

00

00

by Commones and sizinges

001

11

01

by study rente and beedmaking

000

02

08

12–10–51

by Candell and wood for publick fyer

000

02

00

11– 4–52

by Commones and Sizinges

001

06

02–1

by the Income of a new study in ye new house

003

00

00

by study rent beed and study rent at march befor

000

04

03

10– 7–52

by Commones and Sizinges

002

02

10–3

by study rente and beed makinge

000

03

00

10–10–52

by Commones and Sizinges

002

19

05

by study rent beed making and goodman Caine

000

03

03–2

11–1–52/3

by Commones and Sizinges

003

04

09

by study rente and to goodman Caine

000

04

01

11– 1–53

[34

09

10

03]51

10– 4–53

by Commones and Sizinges

002

02

11–03

by study rent beed and goodman Caine

000

02

09

9– 7–53

by Commones and Sizinges

003

08

06–2

by study rente and beed

000

03

06

9–10–53

by Commones and Sizinges

003

03

00

01

study rent and beed

000

03

06

10–1–53/4

by Commones and Sizinges

003

07

07

study rente and beed

000

03

06

9– 4–54

by Commones and Sizinges

001

19

08

by study rente and beed

000

03

06

8– 6–54

by his Comencment Chardges

003

15

00

7–54

[geuen to the ofysers]52

000

by Commones and Sizinges

002

06

05

study rente and beed

000

03

01

8–10–54

Sising

000

01

03

[39] Sir Cotten53 Creditor

li s d

21–1–49/50

payd by Siluer

001

00

00

27– 4–50

payd by Siluer

005

00

00

21– 8–50

payd by Siluer

002

10

00

31– 1–51

payd by mr Cotten himself In Siluer

006

00

00

payd by the ꝑsedent

000

12

06

16– 3–51

payd by Siluer

002

10

00

payd by Sack att Sir Cottens Commencment

002

05

00

11– 6–51

payd by the return of his study

003

00

00

payd by the returne of the gallery

000

15

00

[geuen to the offycers]54

000

00

00

[40] Sir Cotten Debitor

15–1–49/50

ꝑ ballance

001

13

02

14– 4–50

by Commones and Sizinges

002

06

07–1

by Tuition 6s 8d study rente 1s–3d––beedmakinge 1s

000

08

11

13– 7–50

by Commones and Sizinges

002

10

08–3

by Tuition study rente and beedmaking

000

08

11

13–10–50

by Commones and Sizinges

002

10

01–1q

by Tuition study rente beedmakinge

000

08

11

13–1–50/51

by Commones and Sizinges

002

09

11

by Tuitione study rente beedmakinge

000

08

11

Lent to build the gallery

000

15

00

q da

13– 4–51

by Commones and Sizinges

002

15

11–2

by Tuition study rent and beedmakinge

000

08

11

by exchainge of his study to yt yt was mr michells

000

10

00

comenc

12– 6–51

by his Commencmente Chardges

003

00

05–1

q da

12– 7–51

dew to the ꝑsedente

001

00

00

by Commones and Sizinges

000

18

03

by study rente and beedmakinge

000

02

03

by Candell and wood for publick fyer

000

02

00

geuen to the ofycers

000

15

00

8– 6–54

by Discontinuance by 3 quarters and 9 weekes of a forth

000

18

04–2

by Sizinges att seuerall tymes

000

00

08

by his Commencment Chardges att 8–6–54

003

00

00

geuen vnto the officers

[41] Sir Dudley55 Creditor

8– 8–50

payd by Siluer by mr Thomas Dudley Gouerner

003

00

00

payd by Indian 20 bushells

003

00

00

8– 2–51

payd by Siluer and Indian, which was all the gouernore would owne tho more was demanded as appeareth on the debitors side

004

09

04

15– 5–51

Receaued In Siluer from the deputie

001

07

06

and a bill to Rich parke to pay in Indian

001

09

11

Resaued by sir dudley In Siluer

002

15

00

25– 9–51

and a bill to Rich park to pay In Indian 20 bush

003

00

00

13– 5–52

payd by the deputye gouerner to the steward in Siluer

003

00

00

1– 9–52

payd in Siluer

001

00

00

by Thomas gold In Corne

003

15

21–1–53

payd by Rich park in Indian Corne

001

03

3

[026

16

03]56

28– 8–53

payd by Richard park by goodm Jonsones order

003

00

02–3q

9–10–53

payd by the ꝑsedente as a gift

000

10

00

24–12–53

payd by Robart parkers by goodm Jonsons order

005

00

5– 6–54

payd by mr Angeir

004

00

to Richard parke

003

00

[42] Sir Dudley Debitor

li s d q

14– 4–50

ꝑ ballance vpon ane old account

001

16

10

3

by Commones and Sizinges

001

00

03

1

13– 7–50

by Tuition 3s–4d

000

03

04

13–10–50

by Commones and Sizinges

002

04

02

2q

by Tuition

000

06

08

13–1–50/51

by Commones and Sisinges

002

04

07

by Tuition

000

06

08

13– 4–51

by Commones and Sisinges

002

13

00

by Tuition

000

06

08

Lent to build a gallery

000

15

00

payd to mr russell for mending glasse windowes

000

02

11

by Commones and Sizinges

002

11

05

Commenc

12– 6–11

by Tuition

000

06

08

by his Commencment Chardge

003

00

00

Dew to the ꝑsedente

001

00

00

12– 7–51

by Commones and Sisinges

001

15

00

12–10–51

by Commones and Sizinges

000

01

00

02

by Candell and for the publicke fyer

000

01

06

11– 4–52

by Commones and Sizinges

002

08

03

2

by the Incom of his study that was sr okes

003

00

00

by study rente and beed makinge

000

02

07

10– 7–52

by Commones and Sizinges

002

03

05

by study rente and beedmakinge

000

03

00

10–10–52

by Commones and Sizinges

000

17

10

by studye rent and beedmakinge

000

02

01

by publick wood Candell and to goodman Caine

000

03

02–2

11–1–52/3

29

16

03

10– 4–53

by Commones and Sizinges

000

17

08–2

by study rente and beed

000

03

04

9– 7–53

by Commones and Sizinges

001

15

06

1

by study rente and beed

000

03

06

9–10–53

by Commones and Sizinges

002

01

08

by study rent beed fyer and Candell

000

05

06

9–1–53/4

by Commones and Sizinges

002

09

10–2

by study rente and beed

000

03

06

9– 4–54

by Commones and Sizinges

002

18

00

by study rente and beed

000

03

01

8– 6–54

by his Commencmente Chardges

003

00

00

geuen vnto the offisers

000

15

00

7–54

By his Commones and Sizinges

002

08

02

by study rente and beed

000

03

01–2

[43] Goodyeare57 Creditor

payd by mr Angeir for mr lacke

002

17

10

payd by mr Angeir for mr lake

012

00

00

payd by returne of his study

002

13

04

payd by returne of the gallery

000

15

00

payd by mr lake to the steward

003

09

10–3

[44] Goodyeare Creditor58

ꝑ ballance

005

18

08

by Commones and Sizinges

002

17

01

by Tuition 6s–8d study rent 1s 8d beedmaking 1s

000

09

04

by Commones and Sizinges

002

10

03

by Tuition study rente beedmakinge

000

09

04

by Commones and Sizinges

003

01

06

by Tuitione study rente and beedmakinge

000

09

04

by Commones and Sisinges

002

13

03

by Tuition study rent beedmakinge

000

09

04

Lente to build a gallery

000

15

00

by Commones and Sisinges

001

13

07–1

by Tuition study rente beedmaking

000

08

10

[45] Sir glouer59 Creditor

by goodman morre Cobbler In butter

000

01

00

payd more by him by two bush of malt

000

10

00

payd by him by worke done for the steward

000

09

00

payd by mr Turner a paire of boyes shooes for mrs day

000

02

08

by goodman morre two bushels of malt

000

10

00

by a paire of shooes from goodman gold for goodm bordman

000

04

00

by goodman morre a bush of malt

000

06

00

by two bushells of wheatt from goodman morre

000

10

00

by goodman reanalds in peasse for goodm willington

000

13

01

by frances morre for worke to the steward

000

10

11

by shooes from goodman willyames of Roxbury

000

14

00

by habbacooke60 In Siluer

004

00

00

by showes from goodman Emmons for the steward

000

14

00

by mor shooes from goodm Emmons

000

15

04

by goodm willyames for moy61 bordmane a pair of shooes

000

02

08

by goodman burden 3 paire of shows for goodm bordman

000

07

00

by frances mor to the steward

000

14

06

by Andrew steuenson for the steward

000

10

00

by goodmane Emmenes for will bordman a pair shooes

000

02

02

by goodman willyames a pair of Child shooes

000

01

05

by a Calfe 10s and 4s for goodm bordman

000

14

00

by the ꝑsedent by phillipes accounts

002

00

00

by a pair of showes from goodman willyames

000

02

02

payd by goodm morre 40s by goodm steuenson 20s for mr dunster

003

00

00

by a pair of bootes for abraham Smyth from goodm Ernes

000

16

00

by Siluer payd to the steward

006

00

00

by goodman Emmenes to bro goff for a debt from the Colledge

001

00

00

by goodman Emmenes for vampine goodm bordman boots

000

05

06

by a paire of shooes from goodman Emmens

000

04

00

by a paire of shooes for Rich herres

000

03

04

by a pair of showes from goodman willyames

000

04

04

by a pair from goodman Emmons

000

03

00

by two pair from goodman Emmons

000

06

08

by showes from goodman willyames for will browne

000

08

06

by goodman steuenson for the steward

000

09

10

by goodman steuenson for will bordman

000

01

10

by frances morr In malt and butter

000

15

00

by goodman morr for mr Corlett

001

08

00

by tenne bushells of Indian Corne

001

10

00

by tenne bush of rye and 9 bush half of wheatt

004

07

06

by 20 bush of malt

005

00

06

by goodman steuenson six bush of wheatt

001

12

00

by goodman morre Chancys

000

04

00

by Siluer brought to the steward by Jo Glouer

003

09

00

by bro steuenson two bush of rye malt

000

09

00

by bro steuenson for the ꝑsedent

001

00

00

by bro steuenson for bordman 6s–5d for steward 7s–6d

000

13

11

by goodman morre [by the steward andw]62

000

19

00

by two bush of malt from goodm morre

000

09

00

by Siluer 40s by malt 40s by wheatt 08li 00 00

012

00

00

[47] Sr Glouer Creditor

by the ꝑsedente upon frances more senior account

000

18

05

by mrs day upon frances morre account

000

04

01

by goodman Emmines by shooes & to the steward for the use of the Colledge

002

02

00

by goodman steuenson by 4 bush of wheatte

001

00

00

by the ꝑsidente alowed for repaires of his study and Chamber

001

01

00

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[46] Sir glouer Debitor

by Sir glouers Chardges since the 15 of the first month—49/50 untill the 12 of the 7 month 51

030

02

01

1q

by a ratte Chardge on mr glouer by goodman Adams then Constipell of boston and promised pay to the Colledge

002

07

02

by [ ] Ambros Senre the 30th of July or ther

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[142]63 Mr glouer is Debitor sence

li s d q

15–1–49/50

ꝑ ballance of accountes

002

10

07–1

14– 4–50

by Commones and Sizinges

002

03

06–3

by Tuition study rente and beed

000

09

04

13– 7–50

by Commones and Sizinges

002

00

10–2

Tuition And study rente

000

09

04

13–10–50

by Commones and Sizinges

002

02

00

by Tuition study rente and beed

000

09

04

14–1–50/51

by Commones and Sizinges

001

07

08–3

Tuition study rente and beed

000

09

04

Lente vnto the gallery

000

15

00

13– 4–51

by Commones and Sizinges

001

15

11–3

by Tuition study rente and beed

000

09

04

the 6–12–50 by goodman Ademes then constipell of boston resigned mr glouers ratte to be payd to the Colledge which was

002

07

02

12– 7–51

by Commones and Sizinges

002

09

06

by Tuition and study rente

000

02

08

by his Commencmente Chardges

003

04

05–2

geuen to the officers

000

08

00

12–10–51

by Commones and Sizinges

000

08

02

by study rente

000

01

08

5– 3–53

debitor by mr Eliotte

001

05

06–1

9– 7–53

by Commones and Sizinges

000

14

05

by his Commencment Chardges

003

17

00

Att 8–10–54 by Sizinges

000

01

01

att 8–10–54 30–02–01–1

[52]64 Sir buttler65 Debitor

15–1–49/50

ꝑ ballance

003

09

01

14– 4–50

by Commones and Sizinges

001

10

02–2

by Tuition 6s–8d study rent 1s beed 1s

000

08

08

13– 7–50

by Commones and Sizinges

001

18

07–3

by Tuition study rent and beedmaking

000

08

05

by want of measure In fower bush of malte

000

01

09

13–10–50

to pay for Samuell malbone

001

00

00

by Commones and Sisinges

002

05

00

by Tuition and study rente beedmakinge

000

08

08

13–1–50/51

by Commones and Sizinges

002

02

04–3

by Tuition study rente beedmakinge

000

08

11

Lent to build the gallery

000

15

00

13– 4–51

by Commones and Sizinges

001

16

07–1

by Tuition study rente beedmakinge

000

08

11

Comencment Day

12– 6–51

by his Commencment Chardge

002

19

05

12– 7–51

Dew to the ꝑsedente

001

00

00

by Commones and Sisinges

002

03

04–1

by study rente and beedmaking

000

02

03

by Commones and Sizinges

000

06

10–1

by study rente

000

01

03

12–10–51

to pay for sir stoughton

001

14

05

11– 4–52

by Commones and Sizinges

000

00

01–3

by the Income of a new study in ye new house

003

00

00

by study rente

000

01

06

11–1–52/3

027

13

05

2

10– 7–52

by Sizinges 7d 3q. 10–10–52, 4d–3q 10–4–53, ––03s–6d

000

04

06–2

10–10–53

by Commones and Sizinges

001

11

07–02

by study rente and beed fyer and Candell

000

05

01

8– 6–54

by his Commencmente Chardges

003

15

00

geuen to the offisers

000

by discontuniance 9 weekes

000

03

04–2q

by Sisinge

000

00

02–01

[53] Sir Dauis66 Creditor

24– 4–51

payd att mr Angeirs by mr Lake67

005

15

00

payd by mr Lake by mr newgatte to the steward

004

15

00

21– 5–51

payd by mr Lake to mr dunster

000

02

00

8– 6–51

payd by the returne of his study

003

08

00

11– 1–53

14

00

00

9– 4–54

payd by the ꝑsidente

002

16

8– 7–54

by the returne of his gallery rome

000

12

00

by deducting wch was chardge on him about [his noncontinuance]68

000

00

00

att 8–7–54

018

08

00

in may 55 payd Ed okes by mr usher in wheatte 15 bush

003

15

00

mor payd by Ed okes on bush of wheatte

000

05

00

15– 2–56

payd by 14 bush on peck of wheatte by Jeggelles69

003

04

01–½

by 7 bush and 3 peckes of peasse

001

11

00

5– 8–56

payd by 23 bush wheatte on halfe

005

05

09

[54] Sir Dauis Debitor

15–1–49/50

ꝑ ballance70

006

19

02–3

14– 4–50

by Commones and Sizinges

000

17

05

by Tuition 3s–4d study rente 1s–9d beed 5d

000

05

06

13– 7–50

by Commones Sizinges

002

07

06–2

by Tuition 6s–8d study rent 1s–9d beedmakinge 1s

000

09

05

13–10–50

by Commones and Sizinges

000

12

10–3

by Tuition 3s–4d study rente 1s 9d beedmakinge 1s

000

06

01

by his lone unto the gallery

000

15

00

012

13

01

by Commones and Sizinges

001

05

02

13–1–50/51

by Tuition 6s–8d study rente 1s–9d beedmaking 1s

000

09

05

[13–4–51]71

by his Commencment Chardges

002

19

05

Dew to the ꝑsedente

001

00

00

geuen to mrs day and will bordman for work done for him

000

03

06

12– 7–51

by Commones and Sizinges

002

02

00

by study rente and beedmakinge

000

02

09

[10–7–52]72

by Candell and wood for publicke fyer

000

02

00

geuen to the oficers

000

15

00

008

19

03

10– 7–52

by Commones and Sizinges

001

02

00–2

by study rente and beedmakinge

000

02

07

10–10–52

by Commones and Sizinges

000

10

04

to goodman Caine 1s–8d by publicke fier and Candell 2s

000

03

08

001

18

07–2

11– 1–53

23

07

09–02

10–10–53

by fyer and Candell

000

02

00

by discontinuance by 3 quarters

000

15

00

att 8–6–54

by his Commencment Chardges

003

00

00

geuen to the officers

000

15

00

by Commones and Sizinges

001

14

03

2q

06

06

03

2

att 8–7–54

029

13

10

15– 2–56

payd to Jegelles for fright from harford to boston 7d–2q ꝑ bush

000

13

09

by fright from boston to the stewards house

000

04

01

5– 8–56

by bringinge 23 bush on half of wheatte from boston

000

04

08

5– 7–57

by Commons and Sizinges

001

01

05–3

002

04

03–3

[55] Pelham73 Creditor

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[56] Pelham Debitor

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[57] Chancyes Senior and Junior74 Creditor

3– 3–50

payd by george bowers three bushels of wheatte

000

15

00

payd by goodman wise of Roxbury for george bowers In malte

002

00

00

25– 4–50

payd by george bowers a bushell of wheatte

000

05

00

payd by Elder heath of Roxbury in Siluer

001

10

00

8– 8–50

payd by goodman wineboone of boston by malte

005

10

00

15– 9–50

Alowed Senior Chancye towards a scollership

000

18

00

payd by Elder heath by 5 bush of malte

001

10

00

22– 2–51

payd by the returne of sir Chancyes of sir Chancyes Juner study

003

13

09

by the returne of his gallery rome

000

15

00

12– 7–51

by malt from goodman wineboone

005

00

00

18– 8–51

payd by goodman lues of boston in Siluer

002

10

00

17–10–51

payd by Cap sauadge for goodman lewes

002

10

00

payd by the returne of sr Chancy Juni, gallery roome

000

15

00

16– 9–52

payd by sir hoar

002

00

00

25– 9–52

payd by goodman lewes of boston bucher by mr powell

003

15

00

11–1–52/3

32

06

09

7– 6–54

payd by two lambes

001

04

00

payd by 24 bush of wheatte

006

00

00

[payd by John hoarr of setiatt In wheatt]75

000

[58] Chancyes Senior atid Jeunior Debitors

ꝑ balance

005

16

11–1

by bringing malte from roxbury

000

01

02

by Commones and Sizinges Senior

000

07

01

by study rente and Tuition

000

03

00

by Commones and Sizinges Jeunior

000

06

11

by Tuition 1s–6d––study rente 1s–3d

000

02

09

by Commones and Sizinges Senior

002

05

01

2

by Tuition 3s–4d study rent 1s 6d––beedmakinge

000

05

10

by Commones and Sizinges, Jeunior

002

03

00

by Tuition 3s–4d study rente 1s–3d beedmakinge 1s

000

05

07

J sack Chancey to pay for malbone

000

05

00

by bringinge malt from boston

000

03

08

payd to goodwife hale

000

09

06

by Commones and Sizinges Senior

001

07

04–3

by Tuition 3s–4d study rent 1s–6d—beedmakinge 1s

000

05

10

by Commones and Sizinges Jeunior

001

04

9

by Tuition 3s–4d study rent 1s–3d––beedmakinge 1s

000

05

07

Lent the Colledge to help to build a gallery by both

001

10

00

by ther study rents

000

02

09

payd by bringinge malt from roxbury

000

00

10

by Commones and Sizinges Senior

001

03

11

by Tuition 3s–4d study rente 1s–6d––beedmakinge 6d

000

05

04

by Commones and Sizinges Jeuiner

001

04

08

by Tuition 3s–4d study rente 1s–3––beedmakng 6

000

05

01

by ther Commencment Chardge

005

03

09

dew to mr Dunster

002

00

00

by Commones and Sizinges Senior

002

07

08

by Commones and Sizinges Jeunior

001

11

03

by study rentes

000

02

09

by beedes makinge

000

02

00

payd to frances morre for shooe mendinge

000

04

00

18– 8–51

by bringinge malt from boston and from the Creeke

000

03

10

by Candell and Publick fyer

000

02

00

11–1–52/3

32

09

11d

2q

8– 6–54

by the Comencment Charges for both mr Chances

006

00

00

geuen unto the offisers

000

15

00

by Commones and Sizinges for them both

000

07

03

by the steward by Lodginge 9 nightes

000

02

00

by discontinuance

001

19

00

sume debitor 09–03–03

att 8–7–54–Creditor 01–04–00

rests debitor 07–19–03

[59] Sir Ince76 Creditor

by his wages by his buttlership

001

10

00

by his Chippines

000

16

03

by Admition of brodstreat longe and moudy

000

02

00

by wrytinge sundry laws orders and pettitiones for the Colledg

000

15

00

by wrytting seuerall thinges for the ꝑsedent for which he is debtior77

000

06

08

payd for mendinge a greatt Canne

000

00

06

by his wages for his buttlership

001

10

00

by his Chippines

001

00

07

payd by Siluer

001

12

06

Alowed him by the ꝑsedente

001

00

00

Alowed him by makinge up the Colledge accounts

001

00

00

Alowed him by makinge up the Colledge accounts

002

00

00

12– 7–51

Alowed him for makinge up the Colledg accounts

001

10

11– 4–52

Alowed him for the Colledge and serveinge for 3 quarts

003

00

00

11–1–52/3

Alowed him for Septem and Desem 52 and for wryttng

02

10

00

11–1–52/3

18

13

06

9– 4–54

payd by mr Dunsters gifte

001

00

Creditor att 9–4–53––19–13–06

payd by returne of his gallery

000

12

payd by mr Samuell hooker

005

04

09

[60] Sir Ince Debitor

14– 4–50

by Commones and Sizinges

002

04

01

by study rente

000

01

04

by his Commencmente Chardge

003

06

05

30– 5–50

by Commones and Sizinges

002

06

08–3q

13– 7–50

by study rente 1s–4d

000

01

04

13–10–50

by Commones and Sizinges

002

00

06–1

by study rente and by sacke allowed sir allerton 2s–4d

000

03

08

13–1–50/51

by Commones and Sizinges

000

19

00

Lente towards the gallery

000

15

00

by study rente

000

01

04

13– 4–51

by Commones and Sizinges

000

18

08

by study rente

000

01

04

by Commones and Sizinges

000

15

05

03

12– 7–51

by study rente

000

01

04

12–10–51

by Commones and Sizinges

000

17

04

by study rente

000

01

04

12–1–51/2

by Commones and Sizinges

000

18

00

by study rente

000

01

04

11– 4–52

by Commones and Sizinges 19s 4d by study rente 1s–4d

000

19

04

11– 7–52

by Commones and Sizinges

000

11

01

10–10–52

by Commones and Sizinges

000

18

06

11–1–52/3

by Commones and Sizinges, and by Sam gren and 3 quarters study rentes

001

06

09

11–1–52/3

19

09

10–03q

10– 4–53

by Commones and Sizinges

001

02

09–03

by study rente

000

01

04

9– 7–53

by his Commencment Chardges

003

00

00

by Commones and Sizinges

000

19

07–3

by study rente

000

01

04

9–10–53

by Commones and Sizinges

000

11

11–2

payd by Cap gookine for sir shipheard

000

01

04

debiter att 9–4–54––25–08–03

[61] Sir Burre78 Creditor

li s d

payd vnto samuell philipes In wheatt

003

00

00

6– 5–50

payd by goodman Jones of Charlstowne by beafe

003

00

00

13– 7–50

giuen him for wrytinge out the tablle

000

05

00

23– 8–50

by Jonathan hides for mr Dumer two bush of wheatte

000

10

00

26– 8–50

by Jonathan hids two bushells of wheatte

000

10

00

30–8–50

d[elivere]d by goody hides two bush of wheatte

000

10

00

5– 9–50

mor payd by Jonathan hids—3 bush of wheatte

000

15

00

8– 9–50

payd mor two bushells a halfe of wheatte

000

12

06

13– 9–50

payd morre two bushell a half of wheatte

000

12

06

15– 9–50

payd morre two bush of wheatte

000

10

23– 6–51

by 3 bush a peccke and half of bad barly malt from mr ruckes

000

15

04

9– 8–51

payd by Jonathan hids Eight bush of wheatte

002

00

00

payd by goodman Longhorne for Jonathan hids in beaff

004

10

00

payd by Tho ꝑtice by Tho Longhorne for Jonathan hids

001

00

00

16– 8–51

payd by goodman Johnes of Charlstowne by beaffe

003

00

00

payd by Joseph Jewett to the ꝑsidente

001

16

00

11–1–52/3

23

06

04

12–17–51

taken of philip nelsones accounte79 being then Creditor

001

01

05

by the returne of his study

002

10

00

12–11–54

by the returne of his gallery roome

000

13

00

27–00–09

in march 54

payd by goodman under wood 7 bush of wheatte

001

15

[62] Sir Burr Debitor

li s d q

15–1–49/50

ꝑ ballance

004

03

03

2

by Commones and Sizinges

002

10

10

2

14– 4–50

by Tuition 6s–8d study rent 1s–3 beedmakinge 1s

000

08

11

by Commones and Sizinges

001

15

10

2

13– 7–50

by Tuituition study rente and beedmakinge

000

08

11

13–10–50

by Commones and Sizinges

001

10

00

by Tuition study rente and beedmakinge

000

08

11

13–1–50/51

by Commones and Sizinges

002

12

05–3

by Tuition study rente––beed

000

08

11

by his lone to the gallery

000

15

00

13– 4–51

by Commones and Sizinges

002

02

08–2

by Tuition study rente beed

000

08

11

12– 6–51

by his Commencment Chardges

002

19

05–2

dew to the ꝑsedente

001

00

00

12– 7–51

by Commones and Sizinges

002

08

08

by study rente and beedmakinge

000

02

03

by bringinge malte from bostone

000

00

08

12–10–51

att Desem quarter for Sizinges and wood

000

02

04

11–1–52/3

24

08

02–01q

9–7–53––

9–10–53

att septem 53–4d att desem by discontue––Candell and fier 7s

000

07

04

att march and June 54 by discontinuance

000

10

00

[8]–6–54

by his Commencment Chardges

003

00

00

geuen to the officers

000

15

00

by Commones and Sizinges

000

14

00–3

by discontinuance 9 weekes

000

04

04

2

29–18–11–02

[Class of August 9, 1653]80

[63] Angeir81 Creditor

payd by Edmond Angeir

002

00

00

payd by the returne of the gallery

000

15

00

payd by Commodyties to will bordman

001

00

00

payd to mrs Day In Commodyties

000

12

08

payd by 18 yeards of sackine

001

01

09

payd by veall 1s–8d by suger 10d

000

12

06

to the ꝑsident in Siluer towards his Commencment

001

00

00

by two bush of appells

000

08

00

payd by old accountes

000

11

00

9–10–53

payd by the ꝑsidente

002

05

00

att 8–7–54

Sum is 10–05–11

14– 6–55

by Rob holmes by lambes and mutten

002

00

00

by fower bush of appelles

000

14

00

[64] Angeir Debitor

li s d q

13–1–50/51

by Commones and Sizinges

001

11

09–1

by Tuition 6–8d

000

06

08

Lent to the buildinge of the gallery

000

15

00

by desoluinge mr Danforthes study

000

16

00

13– 4–51

by Commones and Sizinges

001

14

10

by Tuition 6s–8d study rente 1s–6d and beedmakinge 1s

000

09

02

12– 7–51

by Commones and Sizinges

000

08

06

9– 7–53

by his Commencment Charges

003

15

00

by discontinuances for 4 quarters desember 53 march June septem all 54 and by fyer and Candell

001

02

00

att 8–7–54 sum is [10–12–11–1]82

11–1

by discontinuanc at 8–10–54

000

05

00

Att 9–1–55 discontenc

000

05

00

Att 8–4–55 by discontinuance

000

05

00

att 8–4–55––11–3–11–1

Att 7–7–55 by his Commencment Chardges

003

15

00

by discontinuance

000

05

00

[65] Shipheard83 Creditor

6– 2–51

payd by the ꝑsidente for Cap gookine

002

02

04

11– 6–51

payd by Cap gookine In lambes

000

19

02

payd by Cap gookine to the steward in hay

001

08

00

8–10–50

[payd by deacken bridge to goodman Longhorne

000

11

02]84

10–10–50

[payd by math bridge to goodman Longhom

000

07

00]85

[payd by goodman foxe to Rich frances for will bordman

000

08

00]86

[payd by Tho foxe to John fessinden for mrs Day

000

15

00]87

2–11–51

payd by goodm foxe to Jo Steadman for on parker and will knap for will bordman In pease

000

16

00

payd by goodman foxe a eleauen bush of wheatte

002

15

00

23–11–51

[payd by Edward go goffe for Tho foxe a bush of wheatt

000

05

00]88

payd by John bridg 11s–2d, by math bridge 7s

000

18

02

payd by goodman fox to Rich frances for mrs day

000

willyam bordman 8s and to bro fesinden for mrs day 15s

001

03

00

by bro goff for goodman fox on bush of wheatt

000

05

00

payd by bro fox eight bush of wheatt

002

00

00

payd by Tho fox by Indian 8 bush

001

04

26– 7–52

by 13li and ⅓ of sheep wooll at 1s–3d ꝑ pound sold to mighell basto89

000

17

03

10– 7–52

by two bush and 3 peckes of wheatt from Jo russell

000

13

09

by tenne bush of barly malt att 5s 6d ꝑ bush

002

15

00

23–7–52

[by a sid of lambe]90 these pute to vtye91

000

07

00

[by a hind quarter of beaff wight 56li att 4d ꝑ pound

000

08

00]92

1– 8–52

payd by the ꝑsidente as he had vnderwryte

006

00

00

payd by a scholarship by the ꝑsident

003

15

00

11–1–52/3

[027

11

08]93

25– 5–53

payd in Siluer by Cap gookine

002

00

00

payd by sis park and goody parker

000

06

11

8– 6–53

by a Lambe by goodman pattine

000

17

00

payd to mr dunster in woll for sargant grean

001

00

00

to mr Ince

000

01

04

9–10–53

by the returne of his own study

003

00

payd by the ꝑsident by his schollership

003

15

00

13– 4–54

by 15 poud of wolle to the steward at 16d ꝑ poud

001

00

1– 5–54

payd by seauen lambes att 12s ꝑ lamb

004

04

9– 9–54

payd by John gibson a sid of lambe 5s by tempell in porke 8s 3d

000

13

03

by a [ ] of sir shipheards owne

000

13

06

8–10–54

by James Classes [?] for two quartters

006

01

00

by a quarter of veall from tempell

000

02

08

[66] Shipheard Debitor

13–1–50/51

by Commones and Sizinges

001

00

08

by Tuition 6s–8 Lent to the gallery 15s

001

01

08

13– 4–51

by Commones and Sizinges

002

07

03

by Tuition 6s–8d

000

06

08

12– 7–51

by Commones and Sizinges

002

07

03

by Tuition 6s–8d

000

06

08

07

10

02

12–10–51

by Commones and Sizinges

002

06

00

by Tuition 6s–8d by study rent 1s–6d beed 1s

000

09

02

12–1–51/2

by Commones and Sizinges

002

04

07

by Tuition study rente and beed

000

07

08

11–4–52

by Commones and Sizinges

002

08

02

by the Income of a study In the newhouse

003

00

00

by Tuition study rente and beedmakinge

000

09

03

payd to goodman caine

000

00

07

11

05

05

10– 7–52

by Commones and Sizinges

002

04

03–2

by Tuition 6s–8d study rent 1s–6d beed 1s–1d goodm Caine 2d 2q

000

09

05–2

10–10–52

by Commones and Sizinges

002

04

10–2

by Tuition study rent beedmakinge

000

09

03

by publick fyer and Candell

000

02

00

by bringinge malt from boston 1s–8d to goodman Caine 8d–2q

000

02

04–2

11–1–52/3

by Commones and Sizinges

002

09

00

by Tuition 6s 8d study rent 1s–6d to goodm Kaine 2s–6d

000

10

08

08

11

11

[by Commones and Sizinges

11–1–52/3

29

07

06]94

10– 4–53

by Commones and Sizinges

002

06

10

by Tuition 6s–8d study rente 1s 6d to Cayn by beed and work 2s–2d

000

10

04

9– 7–53

by Commones and Sizinges

001

17

03–02

by study rente and beed

000

03

01

by Commencment Chardges

003

15

00

08

14

06–2

by the study that was mr willes

003

00

00

9–10–53

by Commones and Sizinges

002

05

01–2

by study rent beed Candell and fyer

000

05

01

10–1–53/4

by Commones and Sizinges

002

17

08–02

by study rente and beed

000

03

01

9– 4–54

by Commones and Sizinges

002

16

00–1q

by study rente and beed

000

03

01

8– 7–54

by Commones and Sizinges

002

10

03–1

by study rente and beed

000

03

01

14

03

06

02

8–10–54

by Commones and Sizinges

003

01

00

by study rente 19d by fyer and Candell 2s

000

03

07

9–1–54/5

by Commones and Sizinges

003

13

05–2

payd to John boultell 9d study rent 19d

000

02

07

[67] Nowell95 Creditor

li s d

19– 3–50

payd by mr nowell Eight bush of wheatte

002

00

00

2– 4–50

payd by goodman lynne two bush of barly malt

000

12

00

12– 9–50

payd by two bush of appelles

000

10

00

1–1–50/51

payd by 3 quarters of a hundred of suger

002

10

06

15–1–50/51

payd by mr howman In wood

000

18

00

9– 4–51

payd by ½ hundred of Suger

001

15

00

12– 4–51

payd by mr bendall 1li–14d and to the steward 8s

002

02

00

16– 5–51

payd by mr howman In wood

000

06

00

payd by fiue bush of wheatt from Charlstown mylle

001

05

00

10– 8–51

mor by fiue bush of wheatt from Charlstowne myll

001

05

00

payd by 42 pound of suger

001

08

00

10–11–51

payd by mr bendall

000

16

00

payd by fower bush of appelles

001

00

00

to be payd by mr bendell by mr powell

003

04

09

payd by mr Angeir

002

00

00

payd by John founell two bush of wheatte

000

10

00

payd by Thomas Danforth

000

02

00

8– 5–52

payd by Cap Sauige

002

10

payd by goodman lynne by 4 bush of barly malt

001

02

8– 6–52

payd by goodman Jones butcher

002

06

08

20– 7–52

payd by fower bush of apelles––

001

00

payd by randell mycholles In Siluer

002

00

payd by goodman Jones butcher

002

00

10–10–52

payd by the ꝑsident for his schollershipe

003

15

11–1–52/3

36

17

11

30– 5–53

payd by Randell mycholes in wheatte

003

00

by the returne of his study in the ꝑnting roome

002

10

9–10–53

payd by the ꝑsident by his scholarship

003

15

8– 4–55

payd by mr dunster

003

15

[68] Nowell Debitor

li s d q

15–1–49/50

ꝑ ballance

004

07

02

3

14– 4–50

by Commones and Sizinges

002

06

08

by Tuition 6s–8d study rente 1s–6d beedmakinge 1s

000

09

02

by bringinge 8 bush of wheatt and 2 bush of malt from Charlstown

000

01

09

2

13– 7–50

by Commones and Sizinges

002

06

02

by Tuition study rente and beedmakinge

000

09

02

13–10–50

by Commones and Sizinges

002

04

10–3

by Tuition study rente and beed

000

09

02

by bringinge suger and appells from Charlstowne

000

00

08

13–1–50/51

by Commones and Sizinges

001

12

01

by Tuition study rent and beedmakinge

000

09

02

Lente toward the gallery

000

15

00

13– 4–51

by Commones and Sizinges

002

03

08–1

by Tuition study rente and beed

000

09

02

12– 7–51

by Commones and Sizinges

002

07

08

by Tuition study rente and beedmakinge

000

09

02

by bringinge suger from Charlstown

000

00

02

12–10–51

by Commones and Sizinges

002

13

02

by Tuition study rente and beedmakinge

000

09

02

payd to goodman morre 1s–7d to Jo russell 2s–1d

000

03

08

12–1–51/2

by Commones and Sizinges

002

07

10

by Tuitione study rente beed

000

09

02

by mendinge Chamber windows 1s–8d payd to Caine 2s‑6d

000

04

02

11– 4–52

by Commones and Sizinges

002

13

07

by Tuition study rente and beed

000

09

05

payd to goodman Caine

000

01

00

10– 7–52

by Commones and Sizinges

002

10

06

by Tuition study rent beed and bringing malt from Charlstown

000

09

11

10–10–52

by Commones and Sizinges

002

09

by Tuition study rente and beed and bringing 4 bush of appells

000

09

03

by publick fier Candell to frances morr and goodm Caine

000

07

05

11–1–52/3

by Commones and Sizinges

001

17

06–3

by Tuiton and study rent

000

08

02

to goodm Caine 2s–6d by mending windowes 2s

000

04

06

11–1–52/3

39

06

09

10– 4–53

by Commones and Sizinges

002

00

04–2

Tuition study rent beedmakinge and to Caine by worke

000

10

04

9– 7–53

by Commones and Sizinges

002

02

11

by study rente and beed and goodman Caine

000

03

09

by his Commencment Chardges

003

15

00

10–10–53

to the steward by sack

000

06

06

by Sizinges fyer and Candell and discontinuance

000

18

03–2

[69] Hubbart96 Creditor

li s d

22– 8–50

payd by James oliuer In wheatte

003

00

00

22– 5–51

payd by mr will payne of Ipswhich to the steward by allegant [?]

004

00

00

8–1–51/52

payd by Joseph Jewett In Siluer

002

00

00

11– 4–52

payd by his study that was sir Allertons

001

10

payd by Joseph Jewett by goodman Longhorne

004

10

29– 8–52

payd morre by Joseph Jewett

002

00

17

00

00

21– 5–53

payd by mr Jewatt by goodman Jones butcher

003

00

21– 8–53

payd by mr Jewett by the same goodm Jones

005

00

payd by returne of his study

003

00

6–1–53/4

payd by mr ayers by James Cuttler

004

00

[70] hubbart Debitor

li s d q

15–1–49/50

ꝑ ballance

000

15

10–3

13– 7–50

by Commones and Sizinges

001

08

03–2

by Tuition 6s–8d

000

06

08

13–10–50

by Commones and Sizinges

001

15

11–2

by Tuition 6s–9d study rente 1s–6d beedmaking 1s

000

09

02

13–1–50/51

Lente vnto the gallery 15s and study rente 1s–6d

000

16

06

13– 4–51

by Commones and Sizinges

000

05

11

by Tuition 1s study rente 1s–6d

000

02

06

12– 7–51

by Commones and Sizinges

002

03

00–2q

by Tuition 6s–8d study rente 1s–6d by beedmaking 1s

000

09

02

12–10–51

by Commones and Sizinges

001

01

00

by Tuition study rent and beedmakinge

000

09

02

by wood by publicke fyer

000

01

06

11– 4–52

by Commones and Sizinges

001

03

08

by the Income of a new study

003

00

00

by Tuition study rente beedmakinge

000

07

07

10– 7–52

by Commones and Sizinges

001

15

05

by Tuition 6s–8d study rent 1s–6d beedmaking 1s–1d

000

09

03

10–10–52

by Commones and Sizinges

002

11

01

by study rente Tuition and beedmakinge

000

09

03

by work done by goodman Caine

000

03

08–2

by publicke fyer and Candell

000

02

00

11–1–52/3

by Commones and Sizinges

002

08

03–2

by Tuition study rent and beed

000

09

06

23

14

06

10– 4–53

by Commones and Sizinges

002

15

11–1

by Tuition study rente and worke don by Caine

000

10

04

9– 7–53

by Commones and Sizinges

001

14

08

study rente and beed and Cayne

000

03

06

by his Commencment chardge 3li and geuen the officers

003

15

00

9–10–53

by Commones and Sizinges

000

01

07–2

by fyer and Candell and discontinuance

000

17

00

10–1–53/4

by discontinuanc 5s att 9–4–54––5s att 8–7–54––5s

000

15

00

[71] whittinge Senior97 Creditor

li s d

2– 2–50

payd by Cap gookine for mr hobkines

002

00

00

12– 2–50

payd by mr hopkines 20 bush of wheatte

005

00

00

26– 6–50

payd by mr hopkines in Siluer

003

06

08

27–1–50/51

payd by bro vsher by bro Anger and bro maninge in wheatt

007

00

00

9– 3–51

payd by bro vsher by half a vessell of porke

002

05

00

23– 4–51

receaued from Ed Shipheard vessell by mr hopkines 20 bush wheatt

005

00

00

11– 4–52

Alowed him by rawson for his old study

002

00

00

8– 5–52

Receaued from Ed shipheard 18 bush of wheatt

004

10

00

9–10–52

payd by mr lake In Siluer toward a hogshead of malt

001

09

03

17–11–52

payd by mr Ed tinge by mr lakes order a hogshead of malte

002

01

03

11–1–52/3

34

12

02

23– 5–53

payd by mr Lake by goodm Jones of Charlstown

007

03

09

payd by mr lake by mr vshers in wheatt

003

00

00

3–12–53

payd by mr Lake in malt by goodm wolbon

005

00

00

payd by his study by graues98

004

00

00

22– 4–54

payd by mr Lake to the ꝑsidente

005

00

00

26– 4–54

payd by mr Lake in wheatt

002

00

payd by 16 bush of barly malte by mr Lake

004

08

00

11– 5–54

payd by mr Lake by 12 bush of wheatt his whole Credite is 68–03–11

003

00

00

[72] whittinge Senior Debitor

li s d q

15–1–49/50

ꝑ ballance

004

18

05–2

14– 4–50

by Commones and Sizinges

002

16

00

by Tuition 6s–8d study rente 1s–6d by beedmakinge 1s

000

09

02

by bringinge 20 bush of wheatt from boston

000

03

08

13– 7–50

by Commones and Sizinges

001

14

10

by Tuition 6s–8d study rente 1s–6d beedmakinge 1s

000

09

02

010

11

03

2

13–10–50

by Commones and Sisinges

003

06

03

by Tuition 6s–8d study rente 1s–6d by beedmakinge 1s

000

09

02

13–1–50/51

by Commones and Sisinges

003

01

11

by Tuition study rente by beedmakinge

000

09

02

Lent the Colledge

000

15

00

by bringeinge som porke from boston

000

00

03

008

01

09

13– 4–51

by Commones and Sisinges

003

00

04

Tuition study rente and beedmakinge

000

09

02

payd by the ꝑsidente to Rich franch

000

08

00

by bringinge wheatt from boston and from the Creeke

000

05

05

Lent hime by the steward In Siluer

000

[05

06]99

12– 7–51

by Commones and Sizinges

002

16

06–2

by Tuition study rente and beedmakinge

000

09

02

by Candell and wood for the publicke fyer

000

02

00

by bringinge 20 bush of wheatt from Ed Shiphards vessell

000

[03

09]100

007

10

07

by Candell and publicke fyer

000

[02]101

00

11– 4–52

by Commones and Sizinges

000

14

08

by the Income of his study that was mr brookes

004

10

00

by Tuition study rent and beedmakinge

000

05

11

by the steward

000

01

10

005

12

05

10– 7–52

by Commones and Sizinges

002

16

01

by Tuitions study rent and beedmakinge

000

09

09

by bringinge 18 bush of wheate from boston

000

04

00

003

09

10

10–10–52

by Commones and Sizinges

002

12

11–2

by Tuition study rente and beedmakinge

000

09

09

by publick fyer and Candell 2s to goodman Cain 1s 7d 2q

000

03

07–2

by a pair of bootes payd to mr Turner by the ꝑsident

001

00

00

004

06

04–2

11–1–52/3

by Commones and Sizinges

002

19

06–2

by Tuition study rente and beedmakinge

000

10

09

03

10

03–2

11–1–52/3

43

05

04–2

10– 4–53

by Commones and Sizinges

000

06

02–2

by Tuition study rent beed and work by Cayne

000

12

11

to the steward

000

01

03

9– 7–53

by Commones and Sizinges

002

16

11

by Commencment Chardges

003

15

00

dew to the steward by Sack

000

04

10

by study rent and beed

000

04

00

by Corne from boston

000

03

06

011

04

07

02

Sir whitting Senior debtior102

9–10–53

by Commones and Sizinges

003

00

08–2

Study rent and beed

000

04

00

fyer and Candell 2s [by mr brookes study 4li 10s]103

000

02

00

10–1–53/4

by Commones and Sizinges

003

06

07

by study rente and beed

000

03

07

9– 4–54

by Commones and Sizinges

001

19

05–3

by study rent and beed

000

03

07

by bringinge wheatt and malt from boston

000

11

02

8– 7–54

by Commones and Sizinges

000

14

10

by study rente

000

02

00

by 3 quarters discontnc / whole debt is 64–13–00d–01q

00–15s–00 by study rent 3 quats six shillinge 6s

001

01

00

011

08

11

01

[73] Hooker104 Creditor

2– 2–50

payd by Cap gookine for mr hopkines att mr Angeirs

001

00

00

payd by 15 bush ½ of wheatte by mr hopkines

003

17

06

26– 6–50

payd by mr hopkines In Siluer

003

06

08

27– 1–51

payd by hezekiah vsher by mr Angeir

007

00

00

9– 3–51

payd by hezekiah vsher in porke

002

05

00

23– 4–51

receaued from Ed Shipheards vessell 20 bush of whet

005

00

00

28– 4–51

payd by a Cask of butter wight 53li at 6d ꝑ pound

001

06

06

8– 3–52

by a Cask of pork wight 313li att 4d ꝑ pound

005

04

04

11– 4–52

Alowed for his old study by Dummer

002

00

00

10–12–52

payd by mr Samson Shorre of boston in Siluer

002

00

11–1–52/3

33

00

00

6– 6–53

payd by will hudson for Samson Shoore in Siluer

000

10

00

26– 9–53

payd by Samson Shoore

000

06

00

payd to the steward In rose watter

000

14

02

9–10–53

payd by the return of his old study

003

00

00

26–10–53

payd by Samson Shoore by mr Trusdell of boston

001

00

26–11–53

payd by Samson Shoors wife in Siluer

001

00

7–1–53/4

by mrs scotte by John steadman for samson shorr in wheatt

000

10

14–16–54

payd by 40 bush of wheatt from mr goodine by Ed Shiphead

010

00

[74] Hooker Debitor

li s d q

15–1–49/50

ꝑ ballance

001

16

10

3

14– 4–50

by Commones and Sizinges

002

11

03–1

by Tuition 6s–8d study rent 1s beedmakinge 1s

000

08

08

payd to will manine for bringinge 15 bush ½ of wheatt from boston 2s–10, and for seuerall other thinges the two hookers had of goodm maninge 6s

000

08

10

13– 7–50

by Commones and Sizinges

002

06

09

by Tuition 6s–8d study rente 1s beedmakinge 1s

000

08

08

13–10–50

by Commones and Sisinges

002

15

04

by Tuition 6s–8d study rente 1s beedmakinge 1s

000

08

08

payd to Richard frainch for woode

000

05

03

14–1–50/51

by Commones and Sizinges

003

02

06

by Tuitione study rente and beedmakinge

000

08

08

payd to Richard franch for wood

001

08

00

Lent the Colledge

000

15

00

13– 4–51

by Commones and Sizinges

002

13

04

by Tuition study rente and beedmakinge

000

08

08

by bringinge porke from boston

000

00

03

12– 7–51

by Commones and Sizinges

001

18

08

by Tuition study rente and beedmakinge

000

08

08

by bringinge wheatt and butter from boston

000

05

09

by Candell and wood for the publicke fyer

000

02

00

11– 4–52

by Commones and Sizinges

001

05

00

by the Income of a study in the new house

003

00

00

by Tuitione study rente and beed

000

07

01

payd to mr Day by worke Done

000

05

00

payd to goodman Caine

000

00

03

10– 7–52

by Commones and Sizinges

002

01

00

by Tuition study rent beedmaking

000

09

03

by bringinge a barrell of pork from boston

000

00

10

10–10–52

by Commones and Sizinges

002

07

02

by Tuition study rente and beedmakinge

000

09

03

by publick fier and candell 2s by shooe mending 10 to goodman Caine by worke done 1s–2d

000

04

00

11–1–52/3

by Commones and Sizinges

002

18

10–1

by study rente Tuition and beedmakinge

000

09

09

11–1–52/3

36

19

03

1

10– 4–53

by Commones and Sizinges

002

14

05

03

by Tuition study rente beed and worke

000

10

04

9– 7–53

by Commones and Sizinges

002

05

04

by study rente and beed

000

03

01

by Commencment Chardges

003

15

00

to the steward by Sack

000

05

00

9–10–54

by Commones and Sizinges

002

08

01

study rente beed fyer and Candell

000

05

01

by the income of mr Collines study

004

00

00

Sir hooker is debitor105

10–1–53/4

Att by Commones and Sizinges

002

14

02–1q

by study rente and beed

000

03

07

9–4–54

by Commones and Sizinges

001

18

06–3

by study rent and beed

000

03

07

14– 6–54

by bringne 40 bush of wheatt from boston

000

08

00

8– 7–54

by Commones and Sizinges [Sume debitor]106

002

11

10–3q

by study rente and beed

000

04

00

[75] Stone107 Creditor

li s d

2– 2–50

payd by Cap gookine for mr hopkines att mr Angeirs

001

00

00

19– 4–50

payd by hezekiah vsher wherof to the ꝑsident 3li

005

00

00

payd by goodman Jones bucher In beaffe for Th Sweattman

001

00

00

6– 5–50

payd by Tho Sweatman In butter

001

10

00

26– 6–50

payd by mr hopkines In Siluer

003

06

08

2–10–50

more payd by Siluer

003

10

00

6– 3–51

Receaued from a bord Ed Shipheards vessell 18 bushell and on half bush of wheatt

004

12

06

17– 3–52

Receaued from Ed Shipheard 20 bush of wheatt

005

00

00

11– 4–52

Alowed by Brinsmead by his old study

002

00

00

18– 9–52

payd by twenty six bush of wheatt and a peck

006

11

03

11–1–52/3

[33

07

11]108

24–3–53

payd by 36 bush of wheatte

009

00

after the 10–4–53 by 47 bush of wheatt

011

15

payd by the returne of his first study

003

00

20 and 25–2–54

payd by 30 bush of wheatte

007

10

by the returne of his second study

003

00

by the returne of his gallery roome

000

12

his wholl Creditt 68–07–05

[76] stone Debitor

li s d q

15–1–49/50

ꝑ ballance

003

10

10–1

14– 4–50

by Commones and Sizinges

002

09

00

by Tuition 6s–8 study rent 1s

000

07

08

13– 7–50

by Commones and Sizinges

002

12

01–1

by Tuition 6s–8d study rente 1s beedmakinge 1s

000

08

08

by bringinge beafe from Charlstowne

000

00

06

13–10–50

by Commones and Sizinges

002

11

09

1q

by Tuition 6s 8d study rente 1s beedmakinge 6d

000

07

08

13–1–50/51

by Commones and Sizinges

002

18

09

by Tuition study rente and beedmakinge

000

08

08

Lent aboute the gallery

000

15

00

13– 4–51

by Commones and Sizinges

002

17

01–1q

by Tuition study rente and beedmakinge

000

08

08

12– 7–51

by Commones and Sizinges

000

15

02

by Tuition 3s 4d study rent 1s

000

04

04

by Candell and for wood for the publicke fyer

000

02

00

11– 4–52

by Commones and Sizinges

001

07

10–2

by Income of a new study In the new house

003

00

00

by tuition study rente and beed

000

07

01

by fright to Ed shipead

000

10

00

10– 7–52

by Commones and Sizinges

002

04

08

by Tuition study rente and beedinge

000

09

03

payd to will maninge Jeu

000

06

04–2

10–10–52

by Commones and Sizinges

003

02

00–2

by Tuition study rente and bedmaking

000

09

03

payd by bringinge 26 bush on pack of wheatt from boston

000

04

04

by publicke fyer And Candell

000

02

00

11–1–52/3

by Commones and Sizinges

003

04

01

study rente Tuition and beed

000

09

09

by mendinge the glasse in his chamber window

000

00

09

payd by the ꝑsident by two winters wood 50 and 52

001

12

00

11–1–52/3

38

06

04–3

10– 4–53

by Commones and Sizinges

002

16

07

payd by bringe 36 bush of wheatte from boston

000

06

10

by Tuition study rente beed and to goodm Caine

000

10

04

9– 7–53

by Commones and Sizinges

002

06

00

by study rente and beed

000

03

01

by his Commencmente Chardges

003

15

00

9–10–53

by Commones and Sizinges

002

12

06

study rente and beed 3s–1d to goodm fox in wheatt––15

000

18

01

by bringinge 47 bush wheatt from boston and wante of measure

000

14

00

by fyer and Candell 2s payd to the ꝑsident by wood 16s

000

18

00

10–1–53/4

by Commones and Sizinges

003

11

00

studye rente and beed 3s–1d to steward 1s–8d

000

04

09

by bringinge 37 bush of wheatt from boston

000

07

02

Sir stone Debitor109

9– 4–54

by the study that was sir nowells

003

00

by Commones and Sizinges

003

13

study rent and beed goodman Caine and sargant grene110

000

06

8– 7–54

by Commones and Sizinges

002

17

03

study rente and beed, and for 40 foote of bord

000

06

07

8–10–54

by Sisinges 2s–3d–2q to [?] steadman 2s maninge 5s

000

09

03

2

to goody fox by washinge

000

05

whole debt is 68–06–10

[77] Tomsone111 Creditor

14– 4–50

payd to him for his Seruice

001

00

13– 7–50

payd to him for his Service In the hall

001

00

13–10–50

payd to him for his Service In the hall

001

00

13–1–50/51

payd to him for his Service in the hall

001

00

abatted yt was Chardged on the Creditor Sid by mistake

000

03

00

13– 4–51

payd him for his Service in the hall

001

00

12– 7–51

payd him for his Service in the hall

001

00

12–10–51

payd him for his Seruice in the hall

001

00

11– 4–52

Alowed him for two quarters Service

In the hall

002

00

00

11–1–52/3 09–00–03–0

8– 6–53

by appelles butter and pullettes

000

17

2– 8–53

payd by ane oxe

006

07

07

2

by the returne of his study

002

13

09

by the returne of his gallery roome

000

12

Att 9–10–53 wholl Credite is

19–13–04–2

[78] Tomsone debitor

li s d q

15–1–49/50

ꝑ ballance

000

01

10

3

14– 4–50

by Commones and Sizinges

001

03

10

by study rente and beedmakinge

000

01

06

13– 7–50

by Commones and Sizinges––

001

05

09–3

by study rente 6s by beed 1s

000

01

06

13–10–50

by Commones and Sizinges

001

01

05

by study rente and beedmakinge

000

01

06

003

17

05–2

13–1–50/51

by Commones and Sizinges

001

06

03

by study rente and beedmaking

000

04

04

Lente to the gallery

000

15

00

13– 4–51

by Commones and Sizinges

000

17

04

by studye rente and beed

000

01

06

003

04

05

12– 7–51

by Commones and Sizinges

000

16

08

by study rente and beed

000

01

06

by the Income of the study In the long Chamber the mydell west study that was mr stearkes112

002

13

09

12–10–51

by Commones and Sizinges

000

14

06–3

by study rente 1s 6d beed 1s

000

02

06

004

08

11–3

12–1–51/2

by Commones and Sisinges

001

07

08–1

by study rente and beed

000

02

06

11– 4–52

by Commones and Sizinges

001

05

00

by study rent and beed

000

02

10

10– 7–52

by Commones and Sizinges

000

15

00

by study rente and beedmakinge

000

02

10

003

15

10–1

10–10–52

by Commones and Sizinges

000

19

08

by study rente beedmakinge and to goodman Caine

000

03

00–2q

11–1–52/3

by Commones and Sizinges

001

10

00–2

by study rent beed and mendinge the glasse in his Chamber

000

04

11

11–1–52/3

18–04–04–02q

002

17

09

10– 4–53

by Commons and Sizinges

003

13

06–2

by study rente and beed

000

03

10

9– 7–53

by Commons and Sizinges

002

01

06–1

by study rente and beed

000

03

01

by his Commencment Charges

003

00

00

9–10–53

by Commones and Sizinges

000

08

05–3q

by discontinuanc for 5 quarters And fyer and Candell

001

07

00

Att 9–10–54 –– his wholl debt

29–02–10

010

17

05–2

[Class of August 10, 1653]113

[79] Rawson114 Creditor

li s d

22– 8–49

By ane old Cow 4 quarters wight 300li, att 3d–1qli

004

02

03

hir hide 55li att 3d ꝑ pound 13s–9d, hir suett and Inwards 6s 3d

001

00

00

30– 8–51

payd to the ꝑsidente by a peace of stufe

002

17

qua da

12–10–51

payd to the ꝑsedente by accountes with the steward

008

02

01–1

11– 4–52

Alowed him by payne for the study yt was his

003

00

17–10–52

payd by a Vessell of porke yt was receaued from Joseph Jeuett

004

00

00

21 01 04–1

20– 2–53

payd by Leautenant franch In wheatt

000

17

00

30– 2–53

payd by John Shipheard for steuen Day In wheatt

000

17

00

11–1–52/3

[24–16s–04d–2q]115

23– 3–53

payd by a Sword vnto the steward

000

08

06

30– 5–53

by eight bush of malt from goodm lynne for mr broughton

002

04

6– 6–53

payd by 10 bush of wheatt from mr henery webb

002

10

8– 6–53

payd by Siluer to the steward by mr weeb

001

00

payd by mr rawson to the ꝑsident in Siluer

001

00

5– 3–54

by the returne of a study in the terrett

002

00

by the returne of his gallery roome

000

12

34–09–10–2

[80] Rawson Debitor

li s d

22– 8–49

by sendinge for his Cow twice once by Cheuers and once by goodman Caine

000

02

06

14– 4–50

by Commones and Sizinges

000

09

06–1q

by Tuition 2s 6d

000

02

06

13– 7–50

by Commones and Sizinges

002

02

10

by Tuition 6s 8d

000

06

08

payd for him to goodman boultall

000

07

00

003

11

00–1

13–10–50

by Commones and Sizinges

002

03

07–1

by Tuition 6s–8d

000

06

08

by beedmakinge 6d

000

00

06

by the Incom of the study yt was sr glouers Senior

003

00

00

Lente the Colledge toward the gallery

000

15

00

13–11–50

by study rente 1s–6d

000

01

06

mor payd to goodman boultall

000

07

06

006

14

09–1

13– 4–51

by Commones and Sizinges

001

04

08

2q

by Tuition 5s 4d study rente 1s–6d

000

06

10

12– 7–51

by Commones and Sizinges

001

08

00

by Tuition 6s–8d study rente 1s–6d beedmaking Is

000

09

02

12–10–51

by Commones and Sizinges

001

17

08–3

by Tuition study rente and beedmakinge

000

09

02

005

15

07–1

12–1–51/2

by study rente at march, 51/2

000

01

06

by Candell and publick fyer

000

02

00

by mendinge of his Chamber windowes

000

01

08

11– 4–52

by Commones and Sizinges

001

05

05

by the Income of the study yt was whitting Se[nior] in ye terrett

002

00

00

by Tuition study rente and beed

000

07

07

003

18

02

10– 7–52

by Commones and Sizinges

002

06

10

by Tuition study rent and beedmakinge

000

09

02

10–10–52

by Commones and Sizinges

002

02

04

by Tuition study rente beedmakinge

000

09

02

11–1–53/2

by Commones and Sizinges

002

12

03

by Tuition study rente and beed and mending windowes

000

11

03

11–1–52/3 28–10–06–03q

008

11

00

10– 4–53

by Commones and Sizinges

002

18

10

by Tuition study rente beed and to goodman Caine

000

09

10

8– 7–53

by Commones and Sizinges

002

04

03

by his Commencment Chardges

003

14

00

by study rente and beed

000

03

01

by bringinge malt from Charlstown

000

01

04

10–10–53

by Commones and Sizinges

001

03

07–2

study rente and beed

000

02

04

by fyer and Candell

000

02

00

010

09

03–2

by discontinuance att 10–10–53 and att march 53/4 att June and Septem 54

001

00

00

sume debitor 40–09–10–1

[81] Broadstreatt116 Creditor

23– 8–50

payd by mr phillipes of boston

008

00

00

10– 9–51

payd by mr philipes of boston by the Constipell of Sudbury To parmeter Jeunior

010

08

06

11– 4–52

payd by mr philipes by John permiter

005

11

06

Alowed him for his old study by vtye117 003

00

00

11–1–52/3 27 00 00

19–2–53

payd by 10 bush of bad malt by will marbell

002

00

00

10– 3–53

payd by mr Thomas Dudley in wheatt

003

00

00

17– 4–53

payd by will marbell by goodman Cotton of boston to the ꝑsident

001

10

00

8– 5–53

payd by Joseph wise for mr Thomas Dudley

002

00

payd to the ꝑsident in Siluer toward his commencmet

001

00

17–12–53

payd by will marbell by a Calf

000

15

0

payd by will marbell by 12 bush of wheat 3 peckes and a half pecke

003

04

04–2q

in 9–54

payd by Richard park

005

00

00

by the returne of his new study

003

00

00

by the returne of his gallery rome

000

12

00

att 8–10–54 wholl Creditt is

49–01–10–2

[82] Broadstreatte Debitor

li s d q

14– 4–50

by Commones and Sizinges

000

03

03–1

by Tuition 1s–6d

000

01

06

13– 7–50

by Commones and Sizinges

002

06

08–2

by Tuition

000

06

08

13–10–50

by Commones and Sizinges

002

14

11

by Tuition

000

06

08

by the Income of his studye

003

00

00

13–1–50/51

by Commones and Sizinges

003

03

06

by Tuition 6s–8d study rente 1s–6d

000

08

02

Lente towards the gallery

000

15

00

13– 4–51

by Commones and Sizinges

002

05

08

by Tuition 6s–8d study rent 1s–3d

000

07

11

to pay for mr Lyons for a Dixenary

000

10

00

by bookes bought of goodyearre

001

18

00

12– 7–51

by Commones and Sizinges

002

03

04–1q

by Tuition 6s–8d study rent 1s–6d beedmaking 1s

000

09

02

12–10–51

by Commones and Sizinges

000

17

08–2

by Tuition and study rente

000

07

11

puneshed by the ꝑsedente 3s–4d for common fyer 1s–6d

000

04

10

11– 4–52

by Commones and Sizinges

001

05

06–2

by the Income of a new study in the new house

003

00

00

by Tuition study rente beed

000

07

01

10– 7–52

by Commones and Sizinges

002

13

02

by Tuition study rente and beedmaking

000

09

03

payd to goodm longhorne 7s–3d to goodm Cayn 6d–2q

000

07

09–2

10–10–52

by Commones and Sizinges

001

03

04–3q

by Tuition study rente and beedmakinge

000

08

09

payd to goodm morre 1s–2d to goodm Caine 2s–1d

000

03

03

by publicke fyer and Candell

000

02

00

11–1–52/3

32–10–08–01

10– 4–53

by Commones and Sizinges

002

00

00

by Tuitione study rent beedmaking

000

09

06

by bringinge 10 bush of malt from Charlstowne for marbell

000

02

00

9– 7–53

by Commones and Sizinges

002

19

05–3

by Commencment Chardges

003

10

04–2

by study rent and beed

000

03

09

9–10–53

by Commones and Sizinges

000

09

07

by study rente and beed

000

02

04

by fyer Candell and discontinewance

000

05

00

24–10–53

by bringinge 13 bush of wheatt from Charlstowne for marbell

000

02

06

att 10–1–53/4 by discontinuance

000

05

00

sir broadstreat is debitor118

li s d

9– 4–53

by Commones and Sizinges

002

12

00

study rente 1s–6d beed 1s–7

000

03

01

8– 7–53

by Commones and Sizinges

003

08

04

by study rente and beed

000

03

01

payd to will maninge 10s to John boultell 6d

000

10

06

by Commones and Sizinges from the 8 Septem 54 untill the 8 of octo 54

001

07

00–1q

by study rente and beed

000

01

06

att 8–10–54 wholl debt is

51–05–09–3

[83] Longe119 Creditor

6– 4–50

payd by Siluer to the ꝑsidente and from him to the steward

002

00

00

23– 6–50

payd to John Larkine for the ꝑsedente

002

10

22– 8–30

payd to the ꝑsidente for sir glouer Senior

000

15

7–11–50

payd by mr Longe to the steward in Siluer

000

14

03

20–12–50

payd by mr Angeir

000

15

payd by willyam wilcookes

001

00

payd to the steward

001

14

02

payd by half a hundred wight of Suger

001

17

04

3– 3–51

payd by mr Longe to the steward In Siluer

001

00

26– 4–51

payd by John steadman

003

00

12– 7–51

payd to the ꝑsidente

001

03

02

26– 7–51

payd by goodman goffe In wheatte

000

10

26– 7–51

payd by mr Longe by 5 bush of wheatte

001

05

13–11–51

payd by John steadman for mr pearse

000

03

09

7–12–51

payd by John steadman for georg Johnsone

000

10

00

24–12–51

payd to the steward In Siluer

001

00

00

12–1–51/2

payd by 30 wight of Suger art 10d ꝑ pound

001

05

00

15– 2–52

payd by mr kemball

001

00

00

20 and 26 of the 2–52

payd by John steadman for mr kemball

003

00

21– 6–52

payd by John steadman for mr longe by mr kembeles acct

002

05

00

payd by mr longe to the ꝑsidente

000

15

00

10– 7–52

payd by the steward

002

05

24–10–52

payd by the steward

003

02

10–2q

11–1–52/3 33–11–06–02

li s d q

10–1–52/3

payd by the steward

003

04

00–1

10– 4–53

payd by the steward

003

06

03

[payd by mr longe to the ꝑsident

001]120

00

00

9– 7–53

payd by the steward

005

10

01

9–10–53

payd by the steward

002

16

06

payd to the ꝑsident by entringe two actiones

001

00

00

9–1–53/4

payd by the steward

002

16

04

9– 4–54

payd by the steward

001

16

08

payd by mr Dunster 20s by two actiones

001

00

00

payd by Sacke 9 pintes sent for by the steward

000

09

00

8– 7–54

payd by the steward

001

07

00–1q

sum Creditor

55–17–05

8–10–54 debitor

by Commones and Sizinges

001

03

02–1

study rente and beed fyer and Candell

000

05

01

sume debitor 58–01–11–1

[84] Longe Debitor

14– 4–50

by Commones and Sizinges

000

05

00

by Tuition

000

01

06

13– 7–50

by Commones and Sizinges

002

02

11

by Tuition 6s–8d payd to goodman bouttell 2s

000

08

08

13–10–50

by Commones and Sizinges

002

10

05–2

by Tuition and beedmakinge

000

07

08

13–1–50/51

by Commones and Sizinges

002

05

11

Tuition and beedmakinge

000

07

08

Lente toward the gallery

000

15

00

13– 4–51

by Commones and Sizinges

002

10

03–3

by Tuition 6s 8d and beedmakinge 1s

000

07

08

by the Income of the study that was sr Eatones in the chamber over the ꝑting roome

003

00

00

by study rent

000

01

06

12– 7–51

by Commones and Sizinges

002

07

10–2

by Tuition study rente and beed

000

09

02

12–10–51

by Commones and Sisinges

002

16

07–3

by Tuition study rente and beedmakinge

000

09

02

payd to Christopher Caine for Chopinge wood

000

04

10

12–1–51/2

by Commones and Sizinges

002

09

06

by Tuition study rente and beed

000

09

02

by mendinge his Chamber windowes

000

01

08

11– 4–52

by Commones and Sizinges

002

02

00–3q

by Tuition study rente and beed

000

09

03

10– 7–52

by Commones and Sizinges

002

10

03

by Tuition study rente and beedmakinge

000

09

08

10–10–52

by Commones and Sizinges

002

12

06

by Tuition study rente and beedmakinge

000

09

08

by publicke fyer and Candell

000

02

00

11–1–52/3

by Commones and Sizinges

002

12

10–1

by Tuition study rente beed and to goodm Caine

000

11

02

11–1–52/3 36–11–09–03q

10– 4–53

by Commones and Sizinges

002

15

11

by Tuition study rente and beed and work don

000

10

04

9– 7–53

by Commones and Sizinges

002

13

00

Study rente and beed

000

03

01

Commencmente Chardges

003

14

10–10–53

by Commones and Sizinges

002

11

05

by study rent and beed fier and Candell––

000

05

01

10–1–53/4

by Commones and Sizinges

002

13

03

by study rente and beed

000

03

01

9– 4–54

by Commones and Sizinges

001

13

07

study rente and beed

000

03

01

8– 7–54

by Commones and Sizinges

002

12

10–3

by study rente and beed

000

03

01–2

[85] whitting Jeunior121 Creditor

14– 4–50

by Siluer geuen to the ꝑsidente and by him to the steward

002

10

15– 9–50

by Siluer payd to the steward

002

10

25–1–50/51

by Siluer payd by Samuell to the steward

004

00

27– 6–51

by Siluer payd by Samuell to the steward

002

00

12– 9–51

by Siluer payd by Samuell to the steward––

004

00

12–10–51

payd by the Chainge of his study

001

00

23– 2–52

payd by Siluer by Samuell whittinge to ye steward

004

10

28– 6–52

payd by Siluer by Samuell whittinge to the steward

003

15

10–10–52

payd by the ꝑsident by his schollershipe

003

15

11–1–52/3

28–00–00

17–1–52/3

payd by John Steadman for mr hennery weebe of boston and by mr weebe put to mr sheafes accounte

002

10

8– 5–53

payd by Siluer to the ꝑsidente 06li 00s 03d and of It payd back by the ꝑsident to the steward 04li–00–03 this is sett downe for remembrance

006

00

03

24– 7–53

payd to the steward by Siluer

005

10

00

att 9–10–53

payd by his schollershipe by the ꝑsidente

003

15

00

[86] Whyting Junior Debitor

li s d

14– 4–50

by Commones and Sizinges

000

00

09

13– 7–50

by Commones and Sizinges

002

05

00

by Tuition

000

06

08

13–10–50

by Commones and Sizinges

002

08

02

by Tuition 6s–8d study rente 1s–6d and beedmaking 1s

000

09

02

by the Income of the study that was sr welds

003

10

00

13–1–50/51

by Commones and Sizinges

001

03

06

by Tuition study rente and beedmakinge

000

09

02

Lente toward the buildinge of the gallery

000

15

00

13– 4–51

by Commones and Sizinges

001

17

06

by Tuition study rente and beedmakinge

000

09

02

12– 7–51

by Commones and Sizinges

001

10

00

by Tuition study rente beedmakinge

000

09

02

12–10–51

by Commones and Sizinges

001

14

05–2

by Tuition study rente and beedmakinge

000

09

02

payd to his landres

000

04

00

12–1–51/2

by Commones and Sizinges

002

02

05–2

by Tuition study rente beedmakinge

000

08

11

by mendinge his Chamber windowes

000

01

00

11– 4–52

by Commones and Sizinges

001

10

06–2

by tuition study rente and beed

000

09

00

10– 7–52

by Commones and Sizinges

002

03

00

by Tuition study rente and beedmakinge

000

09

02

10–10–52

by Commones and Sizinges

002

03

03

by Tuition study rente and beedmaking and to goodm Caine

000

11

00

by publicke fyer and Candell

000

02

00

11–1–52/3

by Commones and Sizinges

002

04

03–3q

by Tuition 6s–8d by study rent 1s–3d by beed 1s–7 to Caine 9d

000

10

03

11–1–52/3 30–15–09–01

10– 4–53

by Commones and Sizinges 02li–06s Tuition study rent beed goodm Caine 10s 1d

002

16

01

payd to goody Sill

000

08

00

9– 7–53

by Commones and Sizinges 01li–13s–8d–1q study rent and beed 3s–01d

001

16

09–1

by Commencment Chardges

003

14

00

9–10–53

by Commones and Sizinges 01li–12s–11d study beed fier Candell 5s–1d

001

18

00

10–1–53/4

by Commones and Sizinges 01li–11s–01d study and beed 3s–1d

001

14

02

9– 4–54

by Commones and Sizinges 01–15–8d–½ study rent beed 3s–1d

001

18

09–2

8– 7–54

by Commones and Sizinges 01li–13–2d–½ study rent and beed 3s–1d

001

16

03–1

sume debitor

46–17–10–01

[87] Moudy122 Creditor

14– 4–50

payd by tenne bush of wheatte

002

10

1– 6–50

giuen him by the Commencers

000

10

23– 2–51

payd by Josua to the steward in Siluer

000

05

payd by rich Jackson and nicholas wyth for Jo Jeuett

001

00

9– 3–51

payd by Josua to the steward In Siluer

000

18

09

26– 4–51

payd by John steadman for mr cuttine

002

00

00

22– 2–52

payd by Josua moudy In Siluer

002

10

00

27– 3–52

payd by Josua moudy In Siluer

000

10

payd by John pemmerton

002

05

4– 7–52

payd by Joseph Jewett

005

00

11–1–52/3

17–08–09d

24– 4–53

payd by 20 bush of malte and by 25s in Siluer

006

05

00

10–08–53

payd by 20 bush of malte

005

00

00

30–10–53

payd by a Vessell of porke

002

12

00

5– 3–54

payd by returne of his study 03li and by returne of gallery 12s

003

12

00

8– 7–54

payd by mr dunster by Tho longhorne

001

06

05–2

Att 9–1–54/5 36–04–02–2

[88] Moudy Debitor

14– 4–50

by Commones and Sizinges

000

05

07

by Tuition

000

02

00

13–7–50

by Commones and Sizinges

000

12

03–1

payd to goodman boultall for Chamber rente

000

07

00

by bringinge 10 bush of wheate from boston

000

01

08

13–10–50

by Commones and Sisinges

000

09

08–3

by Tuition 6s–8d by beedmakinge

000

07

02

13–1–50/51

by Commones and Sizinges

000

17

10

by Tuition 6s–8d beedmakinge 1s

000

07

08

Lente toward the gallery

000

15

00

payd to goodman boultall for Chamber rente

000

07

06

payd by the ꝑsidente to Tho okes for wood

000

12

00

13– 4–51

by Commones and Sizinges

000

14

09

by Tuition and beedmakinge

000

07

08

12– 7–51

by Commones and Sizinges

000

12

07

by Tuition and beedmakinge

000

07

08

payd to will maninge Junior for him

000

02

01–2

by the Income of the study was stones next the hall

003

00

00

12–10–51

by Commones and Sisinges

000

14

03–2

by Tuition study rent 1s–6d beedmakinge

000

09

02

12–1–51/2

by study rent and mendinge his Chamber windowes

000

03

02

11– 4–52

by Commones and Sizinges

001

06

06–1

by Tuition study rent and beed

000

07

07

by publicke fyer

000

01

06

10– 7–52

by Commones and Sizinges

002

10

02

by Tuition study rente and beed and to goodm Caine 2s–2d–2q

000

11

05–2

10–10–52

by Commones and Sizinges

001

18

11–3

by Tuition study rente and beed

000

09

03

by shooe mendinge to goodm Caine and fyer and Candell

000

03

11

11–1–52/3

by Commones and Sizinges

002

08

10–1

by Tuition study rente and beedmakinge and to Caine 1s

000

10

09

by mending his Chamber window

000

00

09

11–1–52/3 23–07–10–02q

10–4–53

by Commones and Sizinges 02li–05s 1d–3q Tuition study beed Caine 11s–2d

002

16

03–3

9– 7–53

by Commones Sizinges 01li–13s–8d study and beed 3s–6d

001

17

02

by his Commencment Chardges

003

14

00

9–10–53

by Commones and Sizinges 02li–3s–8d, study beed fier candell 5s–1d

002

08

09

10–1–53/4

by Commones and Sizinges 02li–09s–2d–2q Study and beed 3s–1d

002

12

03–2

by Samuell greane 1s—by discontinuanc for 4 quarters 20s

001

01

00

Att 9–1–54/5 37–17–04–1q

[89] Ambros Senior123 Creditor

li s d

13– 7–50

payd by mr glouer of Dorchester

001

10

08

13–10–50

payd by mr glouer

005

19

11–2q

13–1–50/51

payd by mr glouer

003

04

11–2

13– 4–51

payd by mr glouer

004

09

03

12– 7–51

payd by mr glouer

002

06

03–2

12–10–51

payd by mr glouer

002

07

06

12–1–51/2

payd by mr glouer

002

15

01–2q

11– 4–52

payd by mr John glouer

002

16

06

10– 7–52

payd by mr John glouer

002

06

06–3

10–10–52

payd by mr Dunster for his scholarship

003

15

11–1–52/3

payd by mr John glouer

001

10

03–2

11–1–52/3 33–02–01–01

10– 3–53

payd by mr John glouer

002

16

00–1q

for both Septem and decem 53

payd by mr John glouer

006

04

04–3

sume Creditor 42–02–06–01

by the returne of his study

003

10

00

by the returne of his gallery

000

12

00

[90] Ambros Senior Debitor

li s d

13– 7–50

by Commones and Sizinges

001

04

00

by Tuition

000

06

08

13–10–50

by Commones and Sizinges

002

01

06–2

by the Income of the study yt was sr rogers

003

10

00

by Tuition 6s–8d by study rente 1s–09d

000

08

05

13–1–50/51

by Commones and Sizinges

002

01

06–2

by Tuition and study rente

000

08

05

Lente towards buildinge the gallery

000

15

00

13– 4–51

by Commones and Sizinges

001

19

04

by Tuition and study rente

000

08

05

by bookes bought of mr Lyones to be payd to the Colled

002

01

06

12– 7–51

by Commones and Sizinges

001

17

10–2

by Tuition and study rente

000

08

05

12–10–51

by Commones and Sizinges

001

19

01

by Tuition and study rente

000

08

05

7–11–51

payd to good Caine by Cuttinge and Carrying wood

000

06

10

12–1–51/2

by Commones and Sizinges

001

19

10

2

by Tuition study rente

000

08

05

11– 4–52

by Commones and Sizinges

002

07

11

by Tuition and study rente

000

08

05

10– 7–52

by Commones and Sizinges

001

18

02–3

by Tuition and study rent

000

08

04

10–10–52

by Commones and Sizinges

002

01

07–2

by Tuition and study rente and to goodm Caine

000

08

08

by publick fyer and Candell

000

02

00

11–1–52/3

by Commones and Sizinges

002

04

00

by tuition and study rente

000

08

08

[11–1–52/3 33 07 02]124

10– 4–53

by Commones and Sizinges

002

07

01–1

by Tuition 6s–8d study rent 1s 9d to Caine 06d

000

08

11

9– 7–53

by Commones and Sizinges

001

13

06–1

Study rente and to Caine

000

02

03

by his Commencment Chardges

003

10

10–2

[9–10–53]

by Commones and Sizinges from 9 of Septem till he left the Colledge

000

09

00

by fyer and Candell 2s by 3 quarters discontinuanc 15s

000

17

00

by 3 quarters study rente

000

05

03

to the steward

000

01

03

sume debitor in totall

42–16–09–02

[91] Ambros Jeunior125 Creditor

li s d q

13–10–50

payd by mr glouer

002

04

00–2

13–1–50/51

payd by mr glouer

003

03

02

13– 4–51

payd by mr glouer

005

02

06

12– 7–51

payd by mr glouer

002

14

12–10–51

payd by mr glouer

002

11

04–2

12–1–51/2

payd by mr John glouer

001

19

11–2

11– 4–52

payd by mr John glouer

002

12

08

10– 7–52

payd by mr John glouer

002

13

02–2

10–10–52

payd by mr John glouer

002

13

08

11–1–52/3

payd by mr John glouer

002

11

08

11–1–52/3 [28–06–07–00]126

10– 4–53

payd by mr John glouer

002

19

02

9– 7–53

payd by mr John glouer

006

02

02–1

9–10–53

payd by mr John glouer

001

12

10–1

sume Creditor 39–00–05–2

by the returne of his study

002

13

04

[92] Ambros Jeunior Debitor

li s d q

13–10–50

by Commones and Sizinges

001

17

04–2

by Tuition 6s–8d

000

06

08

13–1–50/51

by Commones and Sizinges

002

01

06

by Tuition 6s–8d lente toward the gallery 15s

001

01

08

13– 4–51

by Commones and Sizinges

002

01

03

by the Income of his Studye

002

13

04

by Tuition 6s–8d study rente 1s 3d

000

07

11

12– 7–51

by Commones and Sizinges

002

06

01

by Tuition 6s–8d by study rente 1s–3d

000

07

11

12–10–51

by Commones and Sizinges

002

03

05–2

by Tuition and study rente

000

07

11

12–1–51/2

by Commones and Sizinges

001

02

00–2

by Tuition and study rente

000

07

11

11– 4–52

by Commones and Sizinges

002

04

09

by Commones and Sizinges

000

07

11

10– 7–52

by Commones and Sizinges

002

05

02–2

by Tuition and study rent

000

08

00

10–10–52

by Commones and Sizinges

002

03

02

by Tuition and study rent and to goodm Caine

000

08

06

by fier and Candell

000

02

00

11–1–52/3

by Commones and Sizinges

002

03

08

by Tuition and study rente

000

08

00

11–1–52/3

[28–06–03–00]127

10– 4–53

by Commones and Sizinges

002

10

08

by Tuition study and goodman Kaine

000

08

06

9– 7–53

by Commones and Sizinges

001

09

06–3

by study rente and goodman Caine

000

01

09

by Commencmente Chardges

003

10

10–2

att 9–10–53

by Commones and Sizinges

000

12

01–01q

by fyer and Candell and discontinuance

000

17

00

by study rente for 3 quarters and som Sizinges

000

03

09

sume debitor in totall 38–00–05–2

[93] Crosbe128 Creditor

li s d

payd by daniell stone to nath Day

000

11

00

23– 9–50

payd by John Couper by on bush of Indian

000

03

00

13–10–50

payd by John Couper two bush of Indian

000

06

20–10–50

payd by John Couper two bush of Indian

000

06

7–12–50

payd by John Couper In Indian

000

05

25– 1–51

payd by Thomas Brigham on bush of wheatte

000

05

payd by Deackon Trusdell of boston

000

14

8– 5–51

payd by Deacken stone of Cambridge by mr Angeir In beaffe

000

15

02

13– 9–51

payd by goodman Longhorne by beaffe

000

10

payd by a Cowe which did amounte to

005

00

02

17–10–51

payd by Deacken stone of Cambridge sence the quarter day 12–10–51 by a sid of porke

001

01

10

6– 3–52

payd by Deacon Stone by mr Samuell Danforth

000

05

11–1–52/3 10–02–02

21– 5–53

payd by goodman Jones by mr Jeuett by meatte

006

00

00

8– 6–53

by apelles butter and pulletes

000

17

00

14– 8–53

payd by Thomas longhorne In meatte

003

00

00

sume 19–19–02

7– 7–55

payd by Returne of his study and gallery

002

12

00

[94] Crosbe Debitor

li s d q

15–1–49/50

ꝑ ballance

001

11

05

13– 7–50

by Sizinges

000

02

09–1

13–10–50

by Commones and Sizinges

001

02

00

by Tuition 3s–4d beedmakinge 8d

000

04

00

13–1–50/51

by Commones and Sizinges

002

09

01

by Tuition 3s–4d beedmakinge 1s

000

04

04

Lente towards the gallery

000

15

00

006

08

07–1

13– 4–51

by Commones and Sizinges

001

13

09–2

by Tuition 5s by beedmakinge 1s

000

06

00

12– 7–51

by Commones and Sizinges

001

16

00

by Tuition 6s 8d––by beedmakinge 1s

000

07

08

12–10–51

by Commones and Sizinges

002

08

09

by Tuition and [study rente]129 beedmakinge

000

07

08

payd to goodman Longhorne by killinge a Cow

000

04

00

puneshed by the ꝑsedente

001

00

00

008

03

10–2

12–1–51/2

by Commones and Sizinges

002

01

00

by Tuition and beed

000

07

08

14– 4–52

by Commones and Sizinges

001

01

04

by Tuition and beed

000

05

05

11–1–52/3

by Commones and Sizinges

001

04

04–1

by Tuition and study rente

000

08

01

by the income of a study that is in the terrett

002

00

00

by mendinge the glasse window in his Chamber

000

02

00

007

09

10–1

11–1–52/3 [22–06–04]130

10– 4–53

by Commones and Sizinges

002

08

09

by Tuition study rent beed and to goodman Kaine

000

11

05

9– 7–53

by Commones and Sizinges

001

15

01–3

by study rente and beed

000

03

01

by Commencment Chardges

003

14

04–2

9–10–53

by Commones and Sizinges

000

03

04

by discontinuances 6 quarters and fier and Candell

001

12

00

010

08

01–1

32–10–05–01

[95] Shoue131 Creditor

18– 9–50

payd by Joseph Jewett att John Steadmans

001

03

12–10–51

payd by the ꝑsedente by Joseph Jeuett

007

18

06

payd by mr Day for Joseph Jewett on bush wheatt

000

05

11–1–52/3 09 06 06

[96] Shoue Debitor

li s d q

13– 7–50

by Commones and Sizinges

001

03

03–3

13–10–50

by Commones and Sizinges

000

05

06–2

13–1–50/51

by Commones and Sizinges

000

07

02

Lente toward the gallery

000

15

00

13– 4–51

by Commones and Sizinges

001

02

03

12– 7–51

by Commones and Sisinges

002

05

01

12–10–51

by Commones and Sizinges

002

14

00

puneshed by the ꝑsidente

000

08

00

payd to Christopher Caine for him

000

01

02

12–1–51/2

by Commones and Sizinges

000

04

00–2q

11–1–52/3 09–05–06–03

[Class of 1654]

[97] Nelson132 Creditor

li s d

23– 9–50

payd by Jonathan hids 3 bush of wheatte

000

15

00

payd by John wattson for Jonathan hids

000

03

06

15–11–50

payd by John wattson In peasse for Jonathan hids

000

03

06

payd by Jonathan hides In wheatt 3 bush

000

15

00

6–1–50/51

payd by Jonathan hids In wheatt

000

15

00

13–1–50/51

payd by Tho Longhorne In beaf for sam hides

001

00

00

payd by Tho Longhorne In beafe for sam hides

001

00

00

22– 1–51

payd more In beafe for hime

001

00

17– 5–51

payd more In beefe for hime

001

00

2– 6–51

payd In malte by mr rucke of boston

000

15

04

9– 6–51

payd by Tho Longhorne In beefe for sam hides

002

03

04

23– 6–51

payd more by Tho Longhorne for hime

005

00

16– 2–52

payd In a Calfe by Jonathan hides

000

12

6

6– 2–52

payd by Jonathan Hides by a fatt Cow

005

15

20– 7–52

by 3 bush of wheatt 15s, 29–7–52 by vnderwood 10s wheatt

001

05

7– 8–52

by goodm vnderwood by wheatt 15s, 19–8 by wheet 15s

001

10

22–8–52, 9–9–52

by goodman vnderwood In wheatt

002

05

8–10–52

by Jonathan hides by indian

000

09

by goodman vnderwood by wheatt

001

00

8–10–52

by sam hids 5 bush of wheatt 25s and by 10 bush Indien 30s

002

15

15–10–52

from goodman vnderwood 3 bush of wheatt

000

15

by Jonathan hids by wheatt

000

10

22–11–52

by goodman vnderwood In rye

001

00

29–11–52

by goodman vnderwood 8 bush of rye 24s by wheatt 15s

001

19

2–12–52

by sam hids in Indian 55s and by wheat 20s

003

15

11–1–52/3 38–01–02

26– 7–53

payd by Jonathan hides

004

09

02–2

18– 1–54

payd by Jonathan hides by 12 bush of wheatte

003

00

00

8– 2–54

payd by Jonathan hides by malte

002

09

06

payd by mr dunster

000

10

00

payd by goodman vnderwood by a old Cow

004

05

att 9–10–54

by the returne of his study

002

10

by the returne of his gallery

000

12

the wholl sume of Credite sence his first entranc Into the Colledg is 55–16–10

[98] Nelson debitor

li s d q

13– 7–50

by Commones and Sizinges

001

08

10–2

by Tuition

000

03

04

13–10–50

by a knife att mr Angeirs payd for by ye steward

000

01

04

by fyer and Candell

000

02

00

by Commones and Sizinges

002

11

04–3

by Tuition

000

06

08

13–1–50/51

by Commones and Sizinges

002

09

07

by Tuition 6s–8d by beedmakinge 6d

000

07

02

Lente toward the gallery

000

15

00

13– 4–51

by Commones and Sizinges

002

03

00

by Tuition

000

06

08

12– 7–51

by Commones and Sizinges

002

08

10

by Tuition

000

06

08

by bringinge malte from boston

000

00

08

12–10–51

by Commones and Sizinges

002

15

00

by Tuition study rente and beedmakinge

000

09

02

puneshed by the ꝑsidente

001

01

06

by fyer and Candell

000

02

00

12–1–51/2

by Commones and Sizinges

002

08

02

by Tuition study rente beede

000

09

02

by mendinge his Chamber windowes

000

01

01

11– 4–52

by Commones and Sizinges

002

17

07

by the Income of a study

002

10

00

by Tuition study rente and beed

000

09

00

payd to frances mor for shooe mending 1s–2d and to goodman Caine 1s–2d

000

02

04

10– 7–52

by Commones and Sizinges

002

09

10–2

by Tuition study rent beed and to goodm Caine

000

09

02

10–10–52

by Commones and Sizinges

001

16

00

by Tuition study rente and beed

000

09

00

to goodm morre to goodm Caine by fier and Candell

000

04

06

11–1–52/3

by Commones and Sizinges

002

03

04

by Tuition study rent beed and mending glasse windowes

000

11

06

[11–1–52/3 34–19–13–03]133

9– 7–53

by Commones and Sizinges

000

19

02

by study rente Tuition and beed

000

09

11

9–10–53

by Commones and Sizinges

003

02

01–1

by Tuition study beed fyer and Candell

000

11

11

10–1–53/4

by Commones and Sizinges

004

08

08–2

by Tuition study rente and beed 9s–11d payd for shooes mending 9d

000

10

08

9– 4–54

by Commones and Sizinges

003

04

02–2

by Tuition study rente and beed

000

09

09

8– 7–54

by Commones and Sizinges

007

17

03

study rent beed 3s–7d to boultall 1s–3d fier Candell 2s

000

06

10

by his Commencmente Chardges

003

15

00

the wholl sume sence his entrance Into the Colledge is 55–17–07

[Class of 1655]134

[99] farmworth135 Creditor

li s

22– 6–51

payd by 4 bush of malte

001

02

payd to mr Dunster In malte and Siluer

000

15

23– 7–51

by a lyttell browne Cowe

004

00

8–4–52

payd vnto will Selbe sexten bush of wheatt for the vse of Abraham Erringtone

004

00

12– 9–52

payd by Leautenant Clape by Insigne goodeno

002

00

11–1–52/3 11–17–00

29– 1–53

payd by 20 bush and 3 peckes of wheatte

005

03

09

by 3 bush of malt 16s–6d by Thomas Danforth 2s

000

18

06

27– 9–53

payd by george constipell

001

00

00

payd vnto mr Richard mather

001

10

00

[100] farmworth Debitor

12– 7–51

by Commones and Sizinges

000

08

08

by Tuition 3s 4d by his Entrance 1s

000

04

04

Lente toward a gallery

000

15

00

by bringinge a Cow to Cambridge

000

03

06

by wante of measure of malte

000

00

08

001

11

02

12–10–51

by Commones and Sizinges

001

11

10

by Tuition 6s–8d study rent 1s–6d beedmaking 1s

000

09

02

12–1–51/2

by Commones and Sizinges

002

01

06

by Tuition study rente beed

000

09

02

11– 4–52

by Commones and Sizinges

001

19

04

by Tuition study rente beed

000

09

03

007

00

03

10– 7–52

by Commones and Sizinges

001

18

11–3q

by Tuition study rente and to goodm Caine

000

09

05

10–10–52

by Commones and Sizinges

002

04

10

by Tuition study rente and to goodm Caine

000

10

02

by publick fier and Candell

000

02

00

11–1–52/3

by Commones and Sizinges

001

19

06

by study rent Tuition and beedmakinge

000

10

02

007

15

00–3

11–1–52/3 16 07 05–03

10–4–53

by commons and Sizinges

001

14

06–3

Tuition 6s–8d study 18d to goodman Caine 2s–6d

000

10

08

by bringinge malt from the other sid the watter

000

02

04

9– 7–53

by commons and Sizinges

001

14

01–3

Tuition study and beed 1s

000

10

02

dew to the steward by Sacke and bearr

000

02

07

9–10–53

by commons and Sizinges

000

02

03

Tuition fier And Candell

000

04

06

by discontinuance

000

05

00

005

06

04–2

[101] Okes136 Creditor

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[102] Okes Junior Debitor

13–10–50

by Commones and Sizinges

000

15

06–2q

by beedmakinge

000

00

06

13–1–50/51

by Commones and Sizinges

002

07

05

13– 4–51

by Commones and Sizinges

001

17

08

by Tuition 6s 8d by beed makinge 6d

000

07

02

Lent to ward the gallery

000

15

00

12– 7–51

by Commones and Sizinges

002

04

05–1

by Tuition 6s–8d by beedmakinge 1s

000

07

08

12–10–51

by Commones and Sizinges

002

11

00–3

by Tuition and beedmakinge

000

07

08

Punished by the ꝑsidente

001

02

06

12–1–51/2

by Commones and Sizinges

002

06

08

by Tuition study rente and beedmakinge

000

09

02

11– 4–52

by Commones and Sizinges

002

07

11

by Tuition study rente beed

000

09

03

by the Income of his new study in ye new house

003

00

00

10– 7–52

by Commones and Sizinges

002

05

07–3

by Tuition study rente and beedmaking

000

09

03

10–10–52

by Commones and Sizinges

001

03

03

by Tuition study rente and beedmakinge

000

09

03

by publicke fyer and Candell

000

02

00

11–1–52/3

by Commones and Sizinges

002

06

06

by Tuition study rente and beed and to goodm Caine

000

10

00–2q

11–1–52/3 28–15–05–03q

10– 4–53

by Commones and Sizinges

000

15

06–3

by Tuition study rente and beed

000

08

02

9– 7–53

by Commones and Sizinges Tuition study rent

000

13

04–2

9–10–53

by Commones and Sizinges 5s–6d Tuition study rent fire Candell

000

08

06

10– 1–54

by Commones and Sizinges

003

01

06

Tuition study rente and beed

000

09

09

9– 4–54

by Commones and Sizinges

002

17

08

by Tuition study rente and beed

000

09

09

8– 7–54

by Commones and Sizinges

002

15

02–3

Tuition 8s study rente and beed 3s–1d

000

11

01

8–10–54

by Commones and Sizinges

000

11

02

Tuition 4s study rent 1s–6d

000

05

06

8– 4–55

by detrements by two quarters 8s by Sizinges 9d–2q

000

10

09–2

by study rent for two quarters

000

03

00

[103] Willoughbee137 Creditor

11– 5–51

payd by mr frances willoughbee

000

07

06

20–10–51

payd by mr frances willoughbee In Siluer

000

15

5– 2–52

payd by mrs willoughby In Siluer

002

05

23– 4–52

by six bush on half of malt from goodman lynne

001

15

09

24–5–52

by 56li of Suger at 8d ꝑ pound

001

17

04

6– 6–52

by a hind quarter of beaff from ephrem Child

001

05

02

3–11 &

23–11–53

payd by goodman flemine of wattertown in wheatt

005

00

00

11–1–52/3 13–05–09

18– 1–53

payd by goodman penticost 5 bush ½ of wheatt

001

07

06

payd by James Cuttler by Abraham errington

001

00

26– 3–53

payd by mrs mary willoghby in 20li of

suger att 7d ꝑ pound

000

11

08

22– 4–53

payd by 40li of suger att 7d ꝑ pound

001

03

04

8– 5–53

payd by 10 bush of barly malte att 5s–6d ꝑ bush

002

15

00

the Sam Day by wheatt 10s––by rye 12s

001

02

00

8–5–53 21–05–03d

14– 7–53

payd by six bush of wheatte

001

10

00

by six bush of malte at 5s 6d ꝑ bush

001

13

00

payd vnto the steward by a milch Cow

004

10

00

24–12–53

payd by James Cuttler of Charlstowne

002

00

00

by Jacob grene

001

15

00

7–1–53/4

payd by Abraham Ervington for James Cuttler

000

10

00

mor payd by Abrahame for James Cuttier

002

10

00

9– 4–54

payd by the ꝑsidente

002

15

00

by the returne of his study in the terrett

002

00

00

by the returne of his gallery roome

000

13

00

payd by the steward

003

14

08

9–10–54 Sume Creditor 44–14–11

[104] Willoughbee Debitor

13– 4–51

by his Entrance Into the Colledge

000

01

00

by Tuition 6s–8d lent vnto the building ye gallery 15s

001

01

08

12–7–51

by Tuition 6s–8d

000

06

08

12–10–51

by Tuition 6s–8d, by Sizinges 1s–2d

000

07

10

12–1–51/2

by Commones and Sizinges

002

04

01

by Tuition study rente and beedmakinge

000

09

02

11– 4–52

by Commones and Sizinges

002

06

09

by Tuition study rente and ꝑ beed

000

09

03

10– 7–52

by Commones and Sizinges

002

05

06–3

by Tuition study rent and beed and bringe malt frō Charlstown

000

10

4

10–10–52

by Commones and Sizinges

002

08

08–1

by Tuition study rente and beed

000

09

03

11–1–52/3

by Commones and Sizinges

002

10

06–2

by Tuition study rente and beed and fier and Candell

000

10

08

by Caine beedmakinge and shooe mendinge

000

06

02

by the Income of a study in the terrett

002

00

00

by mendinge the glasse in his Chamber windowes

000

02

00

11–1–52/3 18–09–07–02

10– 4–53

by Commones and Sizinges

002

13

10–2

by Tuition 6s–8d by study rent 1s–6

by beedmaking 2s–2

000

10

04

dew to the steward by Sacke to mrs day

000

03

01

8– 5–53

the tottall Sume from the first is 21–16–11

9– 7–53

by Commones and Sizinges

002

19

08–3

Tuition study rente and beed

000

09

09

9–10–53

by Commones and Sizinges

002

09

07

Tuition study rente and fyer Candell and beed

000

11

09

10–1–53/4

by Commones and Sizinges––

003

07

02

Tuition study rente and beed

000

09

09

by bringinge malte from Charlstown

000

01

06

7– 4–54

by Commones and Sizinges

003

17

02–1

Tuition study rente and beed

000

08

02

8– 7–54

by Commones and Sizinges

003

15

07

Tuition and study rent

000

09

06

payd to Thomas Sweattman for him

000

09

00

6–9–54

by Commones and Sizinges

002

19

03

Tuition 8s study rente and beed 3s–1d

000

11

01

9–10–54 the totall debte is 44–15–11

[105] Bulckley138 Creditor

28– 5–51

payd by 5 bush ½ of appelles att 4s–6d ꝑ bush

001

04

09

payd vnto the steward by two bush of appelles

000

09

by six bushells of appelles the ꝑsedente had

001

04

8– 8–51

payd by a sid of beefe wight 141li att 5d ꝑ pound

001

15

03

30– 8–51

payd by two bushells of appelles

000

09

payd by a Caske of butter wight 90 pound with the Caske

002

02

25– 9–51

payd by 4 bush of wheatt 20s, by 8 bush of Indian 24s

002

04

17– 2–52

payd by a small side of backen wight 40li att 5dli

000

16

08

4– 4–52

payd by Joseph merriam

000

13

3– 4–52

payd vnto the ꝑsidente 400li of bord at 5sc

001

01

payd by six bush of Indian 18s and on bush of wheat 5s

001

03

17– 7–52

payd by a for quarter of beaffe wight 130li att 3d–2q

001

17

11

payd to the ꝑsidente 4 bush of appelles

000

16

8– 8–52

by a ferkine of butter wight 60 att 6d–2q

001

12

06

21– 8–52

by a sid of beaff wight 143li a ½ att 3d–2q

002

01

09–2

1–11–52

payd by mathew bridge by Joseph merriam

000

10

11–1–52/3 19–19–10d–02q

9–4–53

payd by 7 bush of rye 28s and by 2 bush of Indian 6s

001

14

21– 5–53

payd by six bush of rye 24s a bush of wheatte

001

09

payd by a Cask of butter 30s by six Cheesses 6s–8d

001

16

08

8– 6–53

by fower bush on half of appelles

000

18

00

26– 8–53

payd by a for quarter of beaffe wight 94li att 3d–2q

001

07

05

payd by a hind quarter of beaff wight 79li att 3d–2q

001

03

00

2

by fower bush of appelles

000

16

00

10– 9–53

payd by 7 bush of Indian

001

01

00

17– 1–54

payd by a small sid of backen wight 31li att 5d–2q

000

14

07

20– 1–54

payd by two bush of wheatte 10s by rye 4 bush 16s

001

06

00

4– 3–54

by 14 pound of backen 6s–5d by 3 peckes of wheatt 3s–9d

000

10

02

payd by mr dunster by bords and other nessesaryes about his study

001

17

5– 6–54

payd by Thomas longhorne by 3 sheep he had

002

16

payd by goodman stratten of wattertowne twelfe bush of wheatte

003

00

2– 4–55

by two bush of wheatte

000

10

00

17– 8–55

payd by 3 quarters of beaff wight 214li att 2d–3q ꝑ pound

002

07

06

by half bush of salte 3s by 3 bush of wheatte meall 13s 06d

000

16

06

19– 8–55

by two bush of rye 8s by 4 Chesses att 14li wight att 5d ½ ꝑli 6s 5d

000

14

05

2–11–55

payd by John hall 16s payd by John bridge 6s

001

02

00

15–1–56/5

payd by mr Aline of dedham by six bush of wheatte

001

07

00

8– 3–56

payd by John bridge 6d, by wheatte 22s–6d Indian 6s 3d

001

14

09

payd by returne of his study and gallery

003

17

00

1– 5–56

payd by rye and Indian 25s–4d–2q appelles 16d

002

01

04–2

9– 6–56

by mr hoare by wheatt and meall 27s 6d, by lambes 20s

002

02

06

by Cheesse and butter 19s–5d–2q, a sid of beaff 23. 8 / 31s–11d

002

11

03–1

26– 9–56

by the scotte wheatt 13s 6d Indian 10s will hall 5s

001

08

06

13– 3–57

by goodman butrick six bush of wheatte

001

04

00

7– 6–57

sixe lambes 51s–3d wheatt and butter 55s turkey henes 13s–6d

005

19

09

2– 7–57

on Cow 4li–14s–4d on oxe 5li–19s–8d

010

14

00

[106] Bulckley Debitor

13– 4–51

by his Entrance 1s Lent toward the gallery

000

16

00

by Tuition 6s–8d

000

06

08

payd to mr Tho Alline of Charlstowne by mr potter bulckleyes order by the steward In Siluer

001

00

00

12– 7–51

by Tuition 6s–8d

000

06

08

payd to John Tayller for work done vpon his study In Indian

000

15

00

12–10–51

by Commones and Sizinges

002

01

07

by Tuition 6s–8d

000

06

08

by the Income of his study with the fyer In the higest Chamber ouer the kitchen

003

05

00

12–1–51/2

by Commones and Sizinges

002

10

06

by Tuition study rente and beedmakinge

000

09

05

11– 4–52

by Commones and Sizinges

001

17

03–2

by Tuition study rente and beed

000

09

06

payd to sam grean for a ps book139 alminackes and Cuttinge his haire

000

03

08

10– 7–52

by Commones And Sizinges

002

02

03

by Tuition study rente and beed

000

09

06

payd to mr russell 1s–10d to Caine 8d

000

02

06

10–10–52

by Commones and Sizinges

002

01

06–1

by Tuition study rente And beed

000

09

06

to goodm Caine 3s–8 and by shooe mending 10d

000

04

06

by publicke fyer and Candell

000

02

00

11–1–52/3

by Commones And Sizinges

002

12

07–2

by Tuition study rente and beedmaking

000

10

00

payd to Sam grene 1s–4d by mending glasse windowes 10d 2q

000

02

02–2

11–1–52/3 23–04–06–03q

10– 4–53

Commones and Sizinges

002

07

08

Tuition 6s 8d study rent 1s–9d to goodman Caine 2s 2d

000

10

07

9– 7–53

by Commons and Sizinges

002

10

03

Tuition study rente and beed

000

10

00

9–10–53

Commones and Sizinges

002

03

10

Tuition study rent beede fyer and Candell

000

12

00

Commons and Sizinges

001

18

00–1

10– 1–54

Tuition study rente beed

000

09

09

to the steward

000

02

09

9– 4–54

Commones and Sizinges

002

08

08

Tuition study rente and beed

000

09

09

to goodman Caine

000

01

06

8– 7–54

[Tuition study]140 by Commones and Sizinges

003

01

11–2

by Tuition study rente and beed

000

11

01

8–10–54

by Commones and Sizinges

001

00

04

by Tuition 4s study rente and beed 3s–1d fyer Candell 2s

000

08

03

by Commons and Sizinges

002

05

02–1

8– 4–55

Tuition study rente and beed

000

11

07

Detrementes for the two winter quarters desem march––

000

10

00

7– 7–55

by Commones and Sizinges

003

04

10–2

study rente and beed

000

03

01

7–10–55

Commencmente Chardges

003

15

00

by Commones and Sizinges study rente and beed

003

00

00–1

7–1–56/5

by Commones and Sizinges study rente and beed

003

09

01

6–4 and 5–7–56

by Commones and Sisinges and the rest

004

05

03–1

[107] Vtye141 Creditor

5– 7–51

payd by Captaine gookine by flower

000

08

12–1–51/2

payd by damages was done mrs gookine

000

10

23– 7–52

by a side of lambe

000

07

by a hind quarter of beefe wight 56li

att 4d ꝑ pound

000

18

08

3– 9–52

payd by Cap gookine by goodman Longhorne

006

11

10–11–52

payd by Cap gookine by peasse

000

08

00

08–14–08

23–1–52/3

payd by 30 bush of Indian

001

10

22– 2–53

payd by peasse 20s and by rye 8s

001

08

7– 4–53

payd by 5 bush of Indian

000

15

10–4–53 sum Creditor 12–04–08

15– 4–53

by a bush of Indian 3s by backen 1s–3d

by rye Indian 9s

000

13

03

by rye to the steward 4s Indian to the butcher 3s