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5 Military stores, agreeable to law. E. Withington, for 100 pounds of Powder, at 61 cents per pound61 00 F. C. Wyman, for 50 do. do. do.32 60 J. Bradley, for Camp Kettles3 33 J. C. Bradford, 200 Flints1 60 Thomas Russell, for 190 pounds of Balls, at 14 cents per pound26 60 do. for 3 3/4 do. Powder at 60 do.2 25 —— 127 18 Highway. Samuel Hall, for making the County Road, from William Locke's to Lexington line1067 50 For Repairing and Amending the highways530 40 —— 1587 90 —— Total,$3558 91 The following are the sums voted for the expenses of the town for the year 1810. Contingencies200 00 High ways.600 00 Treasurer's Salary10 00 Clerk's Salary10 00 —— 3020 00 Submitted by George Prentiss, Selectmen. Daniel Adams, Selectmen. Thomas Russell, Selectmen. Attest, Thomas Russell, T. Clerk. Wet Cambridge, May, 1811. In 1811 a committee was chosen to petition the legislature for the exclusive right and privilege of taking,