tly by the number of suppers there were eight present at the November gathering, and we may wonder which four had the Ginn Toddy, and which other four were content with the one bottle of wine.
Incidentally we notice that the initial charge is written To 4 Bo—then a t crossed several times—wls.
The English money reckoning was still in vogue, as it was somewhat within our remembrance.
Two and thrippence was the charge for the eats at Blanchard's, morning, noon and night alike.
Probably December 2 was a cold morning, but the four directors that had breakfast were fortified (or thought they were), by the modest allowance of one pint of bitters, ere they set out on the rocky road by Spot Pond.
But they came back with reinforcements, for nine sat down to dinner, and, strange to say, only four bowls of toddy.
As Blanchard had Entertainment for Man and Beast the charge of one and six for Horss completed the charge for that day, each day's charge being separated by a line drawn acros