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2 Daniel Adams, for work at the School houses8 50 Noah Russell, do. do.7 00 George Prentiss, for Lumber, work, and expense of moving South School house19 40 Ebenezer Hall for work on School house1 50 William Hill, 3d, do. do.3 50 Abner Stears, for repairing School house3 33 Thomas Russell, for Nails and Glass for School houses, and for Groceries and Refreshment for Carpenters when repairing School houses17 34 Wyman & Day, for Axes and Spikes for School houses4 75 George Prentiss, for Cash paid Jeduthun Wellington for land for School house36 87 George Prentiss, for expenses as an Agent at Cambridge4 00 S. & J. Butterfield, for work on School houses4 75 Thomas Russell, for Sundries and Refreshment to Surveyors of highways14 33 John Tufts, for Refreshment to Selectmen and Committees4 11 Gardner & Johnson, for Sundries and Refreshment to Surveyors of highways9 63 William Locke & Son, do. do.8 94 Ebenezer Thompson. for Notifications and Warning town meetings11 25 Gershom S
it would seem she had. pretensions to the kindness of this country. She afterward married the Spanish Consul-General to the United States. The letter was addressed to T. K. Jones, for many years the leading auctioneer in Boston. West Cambridge, 24th April, 1799. Sir: I take the liberty by deacon Frost to send you 8 looking glasses, which I request you will be so Kind to Sell for me, at your vendue's, Such is my present Situation, That I must part with every thing which will fetch some Cash, I wish you Sir to be friend me, you Know the value of Such goods better than I, my minister [Rev. Dr. Fiske] has purchased one of Them, and told me he conceives it as a bargain to have it for 20 dollars. I trust in your goodness to be friend a widow and a Stranger, please to remember me with my Compliments to Mrs. Jones, and I am sir your very humble servant A. M. De Neufville. Don Juan Stoughton, her second husband, was Spanish Consul to the New England States in 1810, per document in