Journal, December 1842–June 1844; Book 2, 10 March 1843–14 July 1843

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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for his tenth.
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has paid all his tenth
the others of s sons have had  nothing to their credit in tenth.
the committee have had a great  amou[n]t of store pay.—
one man who is laboring continually  wanted 25 cts. in store when his family  were sick.— said he could not  have it.
was never appointed a boss—  over the cutting shop.— but was requsted to  keep an amou[n]t of labor in the shop.—  during the last 6 months very little  has been brought into to the committee. [p. [79]]
for his tenth.
.
has paid all his tenth
the others of s sons have had nothing to their credit in tenth.
the committee have had a great amount of store pay.—
one man who is laboring continually wanted 25 cts. in store when his family were sick.— said he could not have it.
was never appointed a boss— over the cutting shop.— but was requsted to keep an amount of labor in the shop.— during the last 6 months very little has been brought into to the committee. [p. [79]]
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