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llowed the assessors for the time employed in said services. That year the compensation of the town clerk was raised to $50, the selectmen were allowed $25 and the overseers of the poor $30. The assessors were paid $1.75 per day. The highwaymen, i.e., man and horse each on the roads, nine shillings per day—horse and cart the same until July 1—after that, $1.25 per day. As a matter of interest we present a summary of that first printed report:— RECEIPTSEXPENDITURES Bal. in treasury Feb 15, '38 Lowell Institution for$1419.58Schools$5764.28 Savings4000.00Poor2082.92 Taxes7938.31Notes payable and int.3331.79 School. Com. damage to Schoolhouse collected10.75Highways and Bridges780.27 Nathan Adams for removal of house10.12Fire Dept. 324.62 Sale of Fishing rights96.00Law Suits534.06 Stone posts from Charlestown8.25Salaries & Fees609.95 State Treas. for State paupers111.94Miscellaneous524.89 State Treas. for School Fund64.03Bal. in treasury31.07 State Treas. for Mil<