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Historic leaves, volume 3, April, 1904 - January, 1905, Charlestown schools within the peninsula Revolutionary period (search)
r, is put down as £ 1,300. To get some idea of values, we read that Peter Tufts, in 1781, for twenty days spent for the town as an assessor, was voted £ 403 2s. The next year, for eighteen days of similar service, he received £ 4 16s. From time to time the town clerk serves up for us items of repairs, as, February 5, 1781, to John Turner, £ 30 for work at the schoolhouse. October 17, 1782, the town warrant calls for a new school building, but it does not seem to materialize. Instead, John Edmands is hired to work on the old house, and gets his pay February 3, 1783. Later that month it is proposed to remove the meeting-house from the hill and set it somewhere for a school building. Isaac Mallet, Peter Tufts, Timothy Tufts, David Wood, Jr., and Eliphalet Newell are made a committee to select a site, and it is decided where the old schoolhouse stood is the most suitable place to put the present Meeting-house on. It is voted to move it. September 1, 1783, Mr. Mallet and Mr. Hays a
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