F. G. Williams & Co. Account Book, October 1833–November 1835

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Cash Book of the Firm of
, Geauga County, Ohio
January 1, 1834.
Expense
October 1833.
[October 1833] paid for books for the while at 1.63
for Printing press of White Hagan & Co 90.60
for the Courier 3.00
For Types of N. Lyman at 360.21
Expenses to 32.01
Board while at 1.69
Printer’s Guide 2.00
Expenses home 32.01
<​This money was received from ​> Paid to Joseph Smith Jr. after arriving 7.00
Paid to Joseph Smith jr 639.15
Dr [Debit] to Cash <​per self​> from J.S. jr 0.12½
paid while at contracting for paper with G C 0.25
[] for Cam wood for office 0.12½
paid for Deer skins 2.25
[] his expense to Co 1.00
14 Dec. [1833] Paid <​p[er] office​> 0.50
Paid for Tallow <​[office]​> 2.50
expense to Oh[io] 0.50
[] to [Oh] 0.25
[ to Oh]
Paid for server 10.75
to self— 1.62½
Jan. 1. 1834 Paid for Cook for printing office 0.75
D[itt]o Co 3.00
Jan. J. Smith jun 0.25
paid into the hands of Oct 2. 1833. 800.00
Jan. 4. 1834 for self 1.00
[Jan. 4. 1834] for self 1.00
[Jan. 4. 1834] paid into the hands of Joseph Smith jr their treasurer 16.01
Total $1,443.17½
[p. [1]]
Expense
Jan 8 <​6​> 1834 Joseph Smith jr. 1.00
9 7 [Joseph Smith jr.] to 0.12½
7 for shoes for Company 1.50
8lent 0.25
80.25
8 Joseph Smith jr for letter from Montrose Pa. 0.25
11 for letter from Newark New York 0.18¾
J. Smith jr for family 0.12½
15 expenses to <​p[er] offic[e]​> 0.50
[15] J. Smith jr to pay for Charges in the case against 14.00
16to for grain <​p J Smith jr​> 8.00
20for postage <​p J Smith jr​> 0.57
22 Cask to Br <​p office​> 15.00
24 for letter for 0.10
[24] for J. Smith jr to the store 0.12½
27 for paper to [James] Kellogg <​p office​> 10.00
29 [27] for for 0.25
29 5.00
Joseph Smith Jr 0.75
Joseph Smith Jr 1.00
30 Postage 0.06¼
Feb. 1 Postage 0.25
4 [Postage] 0.25
6 5 for paper at <​p office​> 25.00
[5] for Tallow at [] <​[p office]​> 3.35
[5] Expenses for to [] <​[p office]​> 0.81
6 for to 2.00
8 for the Saturday Courier <​p office​> 1.00
10 for Postage <​p office​> 0.25
[10] for Old Types at 1.68
[10] [for] expenses <​for office​> 0.12½
11 for Postage <​[for office]​> 0.25
[11] for Socks for Wilber 0.87½
[11] for 13 lbs Butter: 5 lbs for J. Smith Jr. 0.62½
5 lbs for 0.62½
3 lbs for 0.62½ <​0.37​>
12 for for boots from 1.00
[12] for to John Wheeler on order from 2.00
17 for Joseph Smith pr expense to 1.31
Tota[l] $100.57
[p. [2]]
Receipts
Jan. 4 3. 1834 Received for printing 0.12½
4 3 [Received for printing] 0.12½
3 [Received for printing] 0.12½
4 for [The Evening and the Morning] Star Subscriptions and printing 6.22½
9 7for Star Subscriptions and [illegible] <​printing​>5.25
8 for printing 0.12½
8 for printing 0.25
8 for printing0.25
A[lfred] Fisk Dr [Debit] to 6 8 sheet printing at 12½ cts p[er] sheet 1.00 0.75
for printing 0.12½
[8] for printing 0.12½
15 for printing and subscriptions 1.50
16 for printing 1.60
[16] for printing 0.25
18a gift to myself5.00
18for printing0.56½
18for printing0.25
18 Dr to 7 sheets printing one shilling each0.88
18 two Sheets 12½ cts each0.25
21for printing3.25
21for printing0.12½
21for printing0.12½
22 to 32 sheets printing at one shilling each 4.00
25 for printing and subscriptions 1.97
25 for books of Mormon 2.00
[25] for subscription for the Star 1.00
[25] for printing 0.62½
[25] for subscriptions 1.00
28 for books of Mormon and Star subscriptions, 4.37½
30 [for Books of Mormon and Star subscriptions] 1.00
31 [for Books of Mormon and Star subscriptions] 10.25
Feb. 1. for printing 0.75
[Feb. 1] for subscribers 5.00
[Feb. 1] for subscription 1.00
4 for subscrptions 3.00
6 for printing 0.37½
[6] [for printing] 1.30
[Feb.] 8 [Received] for subscriptions to 16.50
[8] [Received] for gift to 1.50
[8] [Received] donation form for the poor Saints in 14.25
97.16
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Expenses
February 20 1834 Sent to 166.00
[February 20, 1834] for to for shoes 0.25
[February 20, 1834] Paid for borrowed money previously sent for the releaf of the poor saints in the west 8.00
22 for postage 0.25
24 for blank deed 0.06¼
25 for for wheat 1.50
26 for ’s expenses to the east 2.04
March 1 for postage 0.25
4 for postage 0.68¾
[4] for ’s Shoes of 1.00
6 for lead at Goodman’s for the office 0.69
8 for , & the boys when visiting Mountains 0.20
[8] for postage 0.25
for expenses for ’s family 1.00
for postage on a letter to 0.18¾
17 for ’s expenses to 20.00
for to send to his 5.00
[17] for 0.50
[17] for 0.12½
20 for Postage 0.75
21 for paper at 10.75 10.00
21 for when going to &c 3.00
31 for lead 0.10
$213.83 $213.84
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Receipts
February 1834
8 Received of Jacob Chamberlain of Waterloo NY by the hand of Donated for the use of the [Evening and the Morning] Star office at O[hio] 100.00
[8] for subscriptions 10.25
[8] [for subscriptions] 1.00
[8] [Received] for books of Mormon from H[ezekiah] Fisk 2.50
[8] [Received] from for the poor saints in 5.00
[8] [Received] for subscriptions 3.00
[8] [Received] for one paper 0.66¼
[8] [for] Subscription 3.00
[8] [for] printing 0.12½
10 for subscription 1.00
15. for subscribers 2.00
16 [for subscribers] 1.00
17. [for subscribers] 5.00
[17] [for] for printing 1.50
[17] for [illegible] subscribers 4.00
[17] for books of Mormon sent to , from the hand of his brother 62.00
[17] for Star subscription 1.00
[17] for printing 0.10
[17] for printing 1.00
[17] for [printing] 5.50 0.50
for gift from for the printing office 0.44
20 for book of Mormon 1.00
[20] for subscriptions 2.00
21 [for subscriptions] 3.94
24 [for subscriptions] 1.00
26 [for subscriptions] 3.00
[26] [for subscriptions] 2.00 1.00
March. 10 for subscriptions 1.00
[March 10] [for subscriptions] 2.00
[March 10] for subscriptions 5.00
[for subscriptions] 1.00
14 [for subscriptions] 1.00
[14] for th[r]ee papers 0.25
18 for Subscription 0.50
[18] for Ink 0.50
[18] for subscriptions 2.00
21 on subscription 0.25
20 for printing hand bill for F. R. Davis 4.00
21 of 10.00
28 for printing Subscriptions 1.00
254.01
[p. 5]
Expenses
March 31 for J Marvin & Ezra Thornton’s Subscriptons of N.Y. 2.00
April 5 for postage 0.50
for office furniture 0.06
6 for bringing horse plate from 0.25
7 J. Smith jr. for school bill 0.73 0.43
[7] school bill 2.56
for Josph Smith for expenses to the east 27.00
for outs for J. Smith Jr & 5.00
for home expense 1.00
9 for J. Smith jr expenses at Court at 6.00
14 for J. Smith jr & for outs 4.75
15 for postage for J. Smith jr 0.12½
March for J. Smith jr’s expenses at the East 2.50
Mch April 17 for Postage on letter for Types 0.25
19 for paper at fr office 24.00
22 for expenses to to Conference 0.35
23 for postage on letter from 0.25
19 for papler paper at 24.00
23 for postage 0.25
24 for , to 1.00
25 for J. Smith jr to 2.00
25 for postage .25
[25] paid by his direction to 4.37½
for ’s shoes to 1.00
[25] for postage 0.25
29 Joseph Smith jr. by his verbal order for 6.00
May 7 May 5. Joseph Smith jun. and for expense mony to <​of which had, 20​> 50.00
[May 5] for acknowedging deeds— 0.50
[May 5] for postage 0.44
8 [for postage] 0.25
[8] for freight on Types 8.25
[8] for ’ expenses to 0.25
9 for plaining cases 0.25
13 for postage 0.25
16 for Coat trimmings for 0.50
17 for postage 0.50
21 [for postage] 0.25
[21] for onion seed <​p[er] ​> 0.25
22 for potatoes <​​> 1.25
27 for postage 0.18¾
for [postage] for Joseph Smith jr 18¾
[27] for [postage] for 0.18¾
Total 154.65
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Receipts
March 29 for papers 0.25
31 29 for subscriptions 5.00
[29] for subscriptions 2.00
April 2 for subscriptions 5.00
3 for subscriptions 6.00
4 for papers 0.31
7 for subscriptions 3.00
[7] for printing 1.25
[7] for papers 0.25
9 for subscriptions on [The Evening and the Morning] Star 1.00
[9] for printing 1.50
[9] for Subscriptions 1.00
17 for Subscriptions 0.25
22 for subscriptions for the Star 7.00
25 for subscriptions 11.00
26 [for subscriptions] 1.00
28 [for subscriptions] 4.00
29 [for subscriptions] 3.00
[29] for printing 1.50
[29] for Star Subscription 1.00
30 [for Star Subscription] 8.32
[30] [for Star Subscription] 2.00
May 1 [for Star Subscription] 7.00
[May 1] of for the office 100.00
2 for Subscriptions 5.00
3 [for Subscriptions] 5.00
6 [for Subscriptions] 3.00
7 [for Subscriptions] 1.00
[7] [for Subscriptions] 0.50
9 [for Subscriptions] 1.00
10 [for Subscriptions] 3.00
20 for writing article of agreement for A. J. Beardslee [Andrew Beardsley] & 0.25
21 for Star Subscriptions 3.00
28 for Star 0.10
[28] for Subscription 1.00
$195.48
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Expenditures
May 29 for postage 0.25
June 2 for medicine for horse 0.25
3 for letter to p[e]r J Wood 0.18½
[3] for Postage 0.43¾
6 for mending Mary Carter’s Shoes for J. Smith jr 0.12½
[June] 7 for postage 0.25
17 [for postage] 0.12½
22 [for postage] 0.10
[22] for 0.75
24 for postage on letter to 0.25
28 [for] postage 0.18¾
July 1 [for postage] 0.35
2 [for postage] 0.56
8 [for postage] 0.25
10 for paper at Kelloggs [James Kellogg] 10.00
[10] for Oil and Can 1.87½
[10] for medicine 0.18¾
[10] for Sealing wax 0.06¼
15 for postage 0.50
[15] for peas for family <​​> 0.25
18 for recording deeds, one for 0.75
[18] one for J. Smith jr 0.75
and two for the Church 2.00
[18] paid into the hands of for Types at N.Y. 100.00
22 for postage 0.25
[22] for J. Smith jr’s family expenses 0.17
23 for ’s expenses to 1.00
24 for Oil Spear mint for J. Smith jr’s family 0.22
30 for postage 0.43¾
31 for ’ expenses to 0.55
August 1 for Mackerel at <​p[er] J. Smith​> 3.25
[August 1] for Cod fish at [] <​[p J. Smith]​> 2.50
[August 1] for other expenses at the time <​​> 0.52
2 for postage 0.18¼
5 [for postage] 0.25
6 for Joseph Smith jr Subscriptions on the Star at Mo. 3.00
5 for paper at 10.00
[5] for ’ expenses to 0.44
12 for postage 0.25
[12] for postage on J. Smith jr’s letter 0.06
15 for leather at Mason’s <​​> 2.00
19 for postage 0.25
<​Total 45.78​>
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Receipts
May 30 for subscriptions 2.00
June 2 for printing 1.50
6 for subscription 0.50
9 [for subscription] 0.40
[9] 10 1.00
17 for printing 2.50
[17] for [The Evening and the Morning] Star 1.00
[17] [for Star] 1.00
18 [for Star] 2.00
26 [for Star] 1.00
29 [for Star] 1.00
30 [for Star] 1.00
July 2 [for Star] 1.00
8 [for Star] 1.20
9 15 [for Star] 1.00
[15] [for Star] 1.00
17 [for Star] 1.00
[17] for writing article of agreement for John Reed and 0.25
21 for Subscription 1.00
22 <​for​> blank deed and filling 0.25
23 for Star Subscritption 1.00
[23] [for Star Subscription] 1.00
24 [for Star Subscription] 1.00
26 [for Star Subscription] 1.00
[26] for one paper 0.08
26 27 for Oil 0.25
[27] for Subscription 1.00
30 [for Subscription] 3.00
[30] for two papers 0.16
August 2 for one paper 0.06
4 for papers 0.50
5 for Subscriptions 5.00
[5] [for Subscriptions] 1.00
[5] for printed license 0.06
6 for paper 0.12½
6 for Subscription on Star 3.00
6 for bringing a passenger in the waggon from 0.37½
11 for sweet oil 0.12½
12 for Star Sub 1.00
14 for Sweet oil 0.12½
15 for Justices’ blanks 0.50
19 for sweet oil 0.06
21 [for sweet oil] 0.06
42.08
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Expenditures
August 21 for ’ expenses to for paper <​p[er] Office​> 0.50
23 for Whiskey to work & J. Smith jr. 0.06
26 for postage 0.25
31 for donation for Sister Strong 0.25
Sept. 3 for postage 0.25
5 to Joseph Smith jr. 25.00
[5] paid over to Joseph Smith jr. this amount which put in for printing 100.00
[5] for Licorice for 0.06¼
[5] for postage 0.06¼
11 for expenses to Conference 1.12½
[11] for medicine for 0.43¾
[11] for postage 0.25
to this amount paid to J. Smith jr. 1.12½
15 to this amount paid to for 13.00
[15] for wine for & J Smith jr 0.12½
16 to this amount paid to J. Smith jr. 13.00
[16] for Wheat for 0.75
16 for sash at for office 14.64
[16] for nails 1.50
[16] for mail bag 0.12½
[16] for bed cord for 0.31¼
[16] for Sugar for 1.00
[16] [for] other expense for family 1.44
[16] for expense for company 0.31¼
[16] for Webster’s Dictionary for 4.87½
[16] [for] Ainsworth’s Lattin [for ] 2.75
[16] [for] for postage 0.25
18 [for postage] 0.18¾
19 for phials at ’s <​​> 0.18¾
[19] for Record book at <​J. Smith jr​> 5.00
[19] to this amount to ’ family expenses 2.00
22 for silk for 0.06
29 for trimmings for Cloths for [] 2.48 2.59
[29] for hot drops 0.12½
30 for postage 0.25
[30] for wollen sheet for 1.50
Oct 1 to this amount for ’s cloths at s 11.19
[Oct 1] for J. Smith jr. 0.83
2 [for J. Smith jr.] 1.00
[2] for nails 0.16
3 for Molasses 0.09¼
5 for postage 0.06¼
[5] for wine for ’s 0.12½
<​207.09​>
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Receipts
August 21. for [The Evening and the Morning] Star Subscriptions 0.94
22. [for Star Subscriptions] 2.00
25 [for Star Subscriptions] 1.00
[25] for blank deed and filling out 0.25
[25] for money back once paid for recording Deeds 1.88
26 for Star Subscription 1.00
30 [Received] of for [Star Subscription] 17.00
[30] for blanks 0.04
[30] Star Subscriptions 2.00
Sept. 2 [Star Subscriptions] 0.25
4 [Received] for printing 3.00
4 [Received] for Star Sub. 2.00
12 [Received for Star Sub.] 1.00
13 [Received for Star Sub.] 1.00
15 from J. Smith Jr. 13.00
[15] for blank deeds 0.12½
[15] for writing letter 0.37½
[15] for Star Sub. 1.00
16 for Star Subscriptions in by sending the account to 50.00
[16] for blank deeds 0.37¼ 0.37½
17 for Star Sub 1.00
22 for printed licenses 0.12½
23 for Star Sub. 1.00
25 for blanks 0.25
27 for Star Sub. 0.50
29 [for Star Sub.] 1.00
30 [for Star Sub.] 1.00
[30] [for Star Sub.] 4.00
[30] [for Star Sub.] 1.00
Oct 2 [for Star Sub.] 1.00
5 [for Star Sub.] 0.50
8 for paper 0.12½
<​109.73​>
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Expenditures
Oct. 7 for butter for J. Smith jr’s family 0.81
13 To this amount paid to J. Smith jr. 1.00
15 To this amount paid for J. Smith jr. at ’s Store 1.888 1.88
[15] for broom <​JS​> 0.20
[15] for postage 0.50
16 for powder <​​> 0.17½
Nov. 5 for ’s expenses to & from Michigan 14.23½
[Nov. 5] to this amount paid J. Smith jr. 13.16
[Nov. 5] for postage 1.44
[Nov. 5] for postage for 0.18¾
[Nov. 5] [for postage] for office 0.37½
6 for paper at 10.00
7 for ’s expenses for paper <​Offc​> 1.00 1.37½
[7] for candle wicking 0.31¼
8 to this amount paid J. Smith jr. 6.00
[8] for Wicking for office
11 to this amount paid to 0.75
17 to this amount paid to J. Smith Jr 1.00
19 to this amound paid to for bringing fish from <​ for family expenses​> 1.37½ 1.50
[19] for lime for office 7.00
for expense of drawing 0.37½
20 for postage 0.25
[20] for inner soles for ’ Shoes 0.12½
[20] for postage 0.15
[20] to this amount paid to J. Smith jr 2.00
21 for starch for ’s family 0.12½
[21] for ’s famly expense 0.25
23 for soap for 0.50
[23] for contribution for wine 0.25
23 to this amount paid to Joseph Smith jr 13.00
24 for ’s family expense 1.72
26. for postage for J. Smith jr. 0.18¾
[26] for <​to​> locks for office 1.03
[26] to this amount to by <​for​> taxes and recording deed 0.00 1.88
[26] for Samuel’s expense to 0.06¼
[26] to this amount to to pay note for harness <​for [illegible]​> 10.00
[26] for postage for office 0.25
[26] [for postage] for 0.25
27 ’ expense family 1.00
95.76
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Receipts
Oct 12 for [The Evening and the Morning] Star Subscriptions 0.25
13 [for Star Subscriptions] 3.00
[13] [for Star Subscriptions] 1.00
15 [for Star Subscriptions] 3.50
[15] [for Star Subscriptions] 1.00
Nov. 5 for Star Subscriptions 22.00
[Nov. 5] [for Star Subscriptions] 5.00
6 [for Star Subscriptions] 1.00
[6] [for Star Subscriptions] 1.00
7 for ’ expenses for paper 1.00
7 [for Star Subscriptions] 1.00
[7] [for Star Subscriptions] 5.00
10 [for Star Subscriptions] 1.00
12 [for Star Subscriptions] 3.00
19 [for Star Subscriptions] 1.00
[19] of Joseph Smith jr. 4.00
20 for <​3​> blank deeds and filling 0.75
[20] for printing 1.00
23 for Star & Mes. & Ad. [Messenger and Advocate] 12.00
[23] for [Star & Mes. & Ad.] 2.00
26 of J. Smith jr. 2.87
[26] of J. Smith jr. 10.00
[26] for Mess. & Ad. 1.00
27 for printing 1.00
<​83.37​>
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Expenditures
Nov. 28 1834 for postage 0.25
[28] for postage for 0.12½
Dec. 4 for ink for office 0.12½
[Dec. 4] for ’s House 1.62½
[Dec. 4] for ’s family expenses 0.25
6 for ’s expenses for house 0.43
[6] for Postage 0.25
10 for Salt for 2.49
[10] for postage 0.18¾
[10] for Stove pipe for office 8.00
11 for ’s team for use of office 2.00
13 for books for 5.00
15 to this amount to for previously borrowed to pay for paper at 10.00
16 for a table 4.00
[16] for a bed chord 0.37½
18 [for ] family expense 0.50
[18] [for ] Turnips 0.18¾
24 <​23​> to for 5.00
[23] for postage 0.25
24 for Paste Kettle for office 0.37½
[24] for iron for fire pokers for office 0.37½
[24] for postage on letter to N. Lyman 0.25
[24] for a comb 0.12½
[24] for [c]hair for office 1.50
[24] to this amount to J. Smith jr. for postage 0.50
26 to this amount to J. Smith jr. from 7.00
[26] for ’s expense of building 1.96
27 to J. Smith jr. 1.00
29 [to J. Smith jr.] 12.00
[29] for postage 0.25
30 for ’s fam[ily] Ex[pense] 0.12½
31 for Pail for 0.62½
[31] for postage 0.18¾
[31] for bond for 0.75
29 for to from A. Coming 3.00
Dec. for freight on Types, &c. 4.25
<​69.31​>
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Receipts
Nov. 1834
28 for Messen. & Ad. [Messenger and Advocate] 5.00
29 [for Messen. & Ad.] 0.62½
Dec. 1 Old [The Evening and the Morning]Star & Mes. & Ad. 5.00
2 Mes. & Ad. 5.00
4 Star, Mes. & Ad. 3.00
[4] for blank and filling deed 0.25
7 Mess. & Ad. 1.96
10 Star & Mes. & Ad. 4.00
[10] Mes. & Ad. 2.00
13 for printing for J. H Payne & others in Oct.— 15.00
[13] for Star reprint & Mess. & Ad. 5.00
16 for Mess. & Ad. 2.00
18 [for Mess. & Ad.] 2.12½
24 [for Mess. & Ad.] 0.25
[24] [for Mess. & Ad.] 2.00
[24] [for Mess. & Ad.] 5.00
[24] Star, Mess. & Ad. 5.00
28 24 for Mess. & Ad. 1.00
24 this amount received of Oliver Walker of <​Wincester, Pa​> for this and Joseph Hoffman’s of Layton O[hio] Star subscription, First Vol. printed at , Mo. 2.00
[24] for paper .06½
26 for Mes Star 1.00
[26] for paper 0.18¾
27 for one paper .08
[27] for Mess. & Ad. 1.00
[27] for paper 0.18¾
[27] Mess. & Ad. 1.00
28 [Mess. & Ad.] 0.50
29 Mess. & Ad. & Star 4.00
30 [Mess. & Ad. & Star] 4.00 6.00
31 [Mess. & Ad. & Star] 10.00
24 for printing 3.00
<​93.23​>
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Expenditures
Jan. 1835
first for Grammar for office 0.56¼
[first] for lumber timber for office 5.00
2 for at s for Wheat, 3 bush[els], for and 2 [bush]Wheat for 5.00
<​for wood for & office​> <​1.00​>
3 for glue & mattns for Office 0.47
5 to this amount to apply on ’s note to for Tallow 8.00
[5] for broom for 0.25
[5] for glue & Matons for office 0.24¼
[5] for hauling lumber for office 1.37½
7 for ’s family expenses 1.00
8 for for medicine 2.00
9 for postage 0.33¼
[9] for Candle wicking for office 0.15
12 for this to for the office 1.37½
13 for for pistols <​p J Smith jr​> 4.00
14 for for pistols 0.08
[14] for ’s hired girl 1.00
of J. Smith Jr. Dr [Debit] To Cash for Self P[ai]d to 10.00
Cr[edit] By Cash Borrowed <​p J. Smith jr​> <​to pay for his pistols​> 20.00 17.00
16 for halling wood for 1.00
17 for wafers for office 0.16½
[17] for Mirror for [office] 0.62½
[17] for Contributions for Candle sticks for School room 0.31¼
18 for postage 0.25
19 for ’s family expense 2.00
[19] for 3 boys for 1.00
To cash p[e]r self 1.86 1.90
20 for 3.00
[20] for ex office expenses 0.12½
21 For repairing printing office pr pr Com[pany] 88.37½
22 to this amunt to previously borrowed 1.00
23 22 to this amt for Tallow for office 4.00
[23] for postage 0.37½
24 for iron for frisket 0.50
[24] to this amont to 100.00
[24] to this amount to Joseph Smith Jr. 40.00
<​306.43​>
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Receipts
Jan. 1835
first for blank deeds 0.25
[first] for Mess. & Ad. [Messenger and Advocate] 1.00
[first] for printing 1.50
3 for Mess & Ad. 1.00
5 for [Evening and Morning] Star, Mess & Ad. 8.00
7 [for Star, Mess. & Ad.] 6.00
9 Mess. & Ad. 3.00
9 [Mess. & Ad.] 1.00
10 Mess & Ad. & Star 2.00
11 [Mess & Ad.] 1.00
12 [Mess & Ad.] 13.00
13 [Mess & Ad.] 11.00
14 for paper 0.08
[14] for Mess & Ad. 2.94
17 [for Mess & Ad.] 2.00
[17] for Star [Mess. & Ad.] 10.00
22 [for Star Mess. & Ad.] 17.00
23 [for Star Mess. & Ad.] 1.00
[23] [for Star Mess. & Ad.] 3.00
<​84.77​>
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Expenditures
Jan. 24 to this amount to J. Smith jr. for his [illegible] 2.12½
Dr [Debit] to <​Cash for​> book of Mormon 1.25
[ Dr to Cash for book of Mormon] 0.12½
[Jan. 24] for postage 0.25
[Jan. 24] to this amount to for hay 3.00
25 for donation for wine 0.25
Dr. To Cash received of J. Smith Jr of the money 20.00
26 to this amont for types at 100.00
Joseph Smith Dr To cash for [Hezekiah] Fisk 10.00
[26] for potatoes to for 3.00
27 for Corn for 4.00
[27] for wheat [] 4.37½
[27] for slabs [for ] 0.24
[27] to this amount for ’s ’s expense from Sept. 1834 25.00
Dr to cash received of for advocate p Self 1.00
crts to cash from office 0.92
Stove pipe for office 14.83
29 for ’s family expense 0.31
<​[for ’s family expense]​> <​0.25​>
[29] for Cream tarter 0.12½
[29] to this amount to 0.25
30 to this amnt paid to for Joseph Smith jr. previously borrowed 87.66
[30] [to this amnt] paid to for previously borrowed 21.00 22.34
[30] paid this amont to On Our note 500.00
[30] for ’s family expense 1.00
29 for Candle wicking for office 0.31
Feb 2 for oil 0.18
3 <​ Dr​> Cash for Family expns 0.56
Dr Cash for Famly expns 0.62½
Dr for expenes to for Lamp for office &c 5.75
D[r] For family expenes 2.25
Paid in Subscription & cash 13.81
for Butter 0.19
[p. 18]
Receipts
Jan. 24 for [Evening and Morning] Star, Mess. & Ad. [Messenger and Advocate] 2.00
for Book of Mormon p[er] C Clapper 1.25
for one No Star 1/— 0.12½
25 Star 2 Vols. 2.00
26 for graine ground to 3.00
[26] to this amont from Joseph Smith jr. for s ’s expense from Sept. 1834 25.00
Rec[eive]d of for Adv[o]cate 1.00
28 for Star Sub[scription]. 2.00
for Mess & Ad. 0.50
30 [for Mess & Ad.] 1.00
Feb. 2 for Re[print] Star 1.00
of for Sub 5.00
for Subscription 4.00
of of J[osiah] Fuller 1.00
paid in labor on the office 20.00
8 Subscriber 1.00
Subscripion Dr [Debit] p[e]r Pery 1.00
14 for 0.12½
Subscription for & 2.00
Ap[r]il For Mess & Ad. 5.00
[Apil] for printing 0.50
Sub 0.12½
[20 lines blank] [p. 19]
Expenditures
To Mrs. Scott for family $9.00
Feb. 16 To (of the Money) 20.00
also paid J. Smith jr this amount which was hand[ed] to some time in Dec 1834 10.00
[Feb. 16] to this amount to J. Smith jr for hay for 2.00
[Feb. 16] to this amont to J. Smith jr. for his family expenses 3.00
[Feb. 16] to this amount to J. Smith jr for family <​hay​> for 6.00
17 to this amont paid for for Note to H. Wilton 4.47
2[0] for for pork 10.50
[20] for family expenses 0.85
22 family expenses 4.00 4.65
D[itt]o Tallow for office 6.18
Oil 0.68
wicking 0.12½
to tallow 19 lb 1.80
Lard 30 lb ct 8 [1]/8 2.40
Dr [Debit] To cash p family expen 2.00
Sundry expenses (p & Wilbor) 0.25
D[r] To cash 1.73
March 4 <​of the money​> Paid $60.00 in of <​for​> Note given to for sheep for J. Smith Jr & which note sold to Goodman 60.00
4 for Corn 2.00
To family expense 0.50
famly exp 1.18
Interest on the above note 0.70
9 postage 0.25
family expens 4.00
family exp 2.00
Postage 0.50
family expens 4.00
May 2 Dr To Discount to 7.00
Dr To cash 3.00
[p. 20]
Reciepts
Feb. 16. for Mess. & Ad. [Messenger and Advocate] 7.00
[Feb. 16.] from Omsley (loaned) 30.00
[Feb. 16.] Subscription p[e]r W[illiam] Snow 4.00
Rec[eive]d for blank, 0.50
March 3 for Mes. & Ad. 4.00
9 [for Mes. & Ad.] 10.00
[9] [for Mes. & Ad.] 2.50
[9] [for Mes. & Ad.] 5.00
[for Mes. & Ad.] 1.00
for Printing 2.00
for Messeng & Advocate 3.00
[for Messeng & Advocate] 2.75
Printing 2.00
[Printing] 2.00
[31 lines blank] [p. 21]
Expenses
To of the M[oney] $100.00
J. Smith Jr. for 40.00
20.00
For Type 100.00
J. Smith Jr for [Hezekiah] Fisk 10.00
J. Smith Jr for 87.66
borrowed of 22.34
to pay printr 9.00
To 20.00
To J Smith <​jr​> for 2.00
J Smith family expense 3.00
J Smith for 6.00
note for sheep bought of for & Joseph Smith J 60.00
To J Smith J for to pay for sheep house & lot 60.00
J Smith Jr for Jinning [Jennings?] Note 20.00
J Smith family expenes 20.00
J Smith Jr for 7.50
J Smith for Jinning [Jennings?] Note given to
[transcript from later account book not reproduced] [p. [22]]
Receipts [40 lines blank] [p. [23]]
Expences
April
To this amo[u]nt for for Wheat 3.00
[To this amont] for (for horse) 2.00
[To this amont] for (for horse) 3.00
4 for postage 0.25
[transcript from later account book not reproduced] [p. 24]
Receipts
[transcript from later account book not reproduced] [p. 25]
New Arrangement, May 18, 1835.
Receipts
May 19. For Re[print] [Evening and Morning] Star, Mess & A. [Messenger and Advocate] & [Northern] Times 10.00
21 for Mess. & Advocate 7.00
[21] for printing 0.50
22 Mess & Ad. 1.00
25 [Mess & Ad.] 1.00
27 [Mess & Ad.] 21.00
29 [Mess & Ad.] 1.00
[29] for blank deed 0.12½
June 1 Mess & Ad. 7.00
2 Mess & Ad 1.00
[2] Re[print] Star 2.00
[2] 5 books Mormon 3.75
[2] for ballads 0.37½
3 for printing 5.00
[3] for Mess & Ad. 1.00
3 to 9 [for Mess & Ad.] 9.50
[9] for printing &c 7.00
[9] for the Times 1.00
[9] for deed 0.25
[9] for previous borrowed ◊◊ 0.25
12 for printing 0.97
[12] [for printing] 2.00
[12] Mess & Ad 5.00
<​[12]​> <​[Mess & Ad]​> <​3.00​>
13 for blanks 0.50
[13] Re[print] Star 1.00
14 Mess. & Ad. 1.00
[14] [Mess. & Ad.] 3.00
95.82 96.22
[p. 1[a]]
New Arrangement, May 18, 1835.
Expenditures
May 21 to (office) 2.00
[May 21] to this amount to for his Contract for Wheat (for Company) 6.00
[May 21] To this amount sent for Wheat for [Company] 16.00
[May 21] To this amount to (for office) 0.22
[May 21] To this amount for ’s family expenses 0.75
[To this amount] for hay for bought last Winter 2.00
22 For 1.00
23 To this amount to (for office) 1.00
[23] for ’s family expense 0.06
24 To this for a widow at sick 1.00
27 for ’s family expenses 0.34
28 for office expense for roller &c 4.50
[28] for family expenses 0.50
[28] for [illegible]wood for 2.50
[28] [for] family expense 0.87
[28] Cahoon, Carter & Co. lent to 10.00
29 to Jennings on note for office Lumber 7.00
June 3 for ’s family expense 0.73
[June 3] ’s school bill to 0.66
[June 3] D[itt]o. for Poatoes for 10.00
for & others expenses to Conference to 1.67
[June 3] for Office expenses 2.00
for vest for 3.00
[June 3] Butter for [] 0.46
[June 3] for store pay for [] 1.75
for office 0.06
0.25
13 for office 2.00
[for office] 0.12½
for a letter 0.12½
[for ] 1.00
15. for paper 25.00
[15.] to (for the office) 2.00
[15.] for ’s expense to to see Mr. Hewitt 0.25
[15.] 0.48
office 1.00
108.34
[p. [1b]]
Receipts
June 19. for printing 1.50
[19] of & (previously borrowed) 10.00
20 for Mess & Ad. [Messenger and Advocate] & [Northern] Times 3.00
[20] [for Mess & Ad. & Times] 10.00
21 [for Mess & Ad. & Times] 1.00
22. for paper 0.06
[22] for the Times 0.50
[22] [for the Times] 0.50
[22] [for the Times] 0.25
[22] [for the Times] 3.00
[22] Mess & Ad. 1.00
23 [Mess & Ad.] 1.00
[23] for printing 3.00
for advertising 1.00
[23] for Mess & Ad 1.00
25 [for Mess & Ad] 1.00
26 for book of Covenants 1.00
27 for Mess. & Ad. 1.31
[27] for Mess. & Ad 1.00
[27] [for Mess. & Ad] 2.00
29 For Mess & Times &c. 9.50
30 [For Mess & Times &c. ] 3.00
[30] for paper & oil 0.40
[30] for Times 2.00
[30] Mess & Ad. 4.00
[30] of 70.00
[30] of 100.00
July 1. of Joseph Smith Jr 3.00
2 for papers 0.16
Mess. & Ad. 1.00
[Mess & Ad.] 1.00
13 [Mess & Ad.] 1.00
[13] Re[print] Star 9.00
15 for deed 0.25
[15] for writing notes 0.12½
[15] for printing 5.00
17 for [Book of] Covenants 1.00
20 for Mess & Ad 1.00
[p. 2[a]]
June 19. Expenditures
for 0.50
20 for soap for office & 1.80
[20] 0.09
[20] ([illegible]) 0.37½
21 J. Smith Jr. 1.00
22 12½
23 Joseph Smith, jr. 5.00
[23] office 0.50
[23] 0.37½
[23] to 1.00
[23] [to ] 1.00
24 .50
[24] [] 3.55
[24] for paper 10.00
26 for Joseph Smith, jr. 2.00
[26] for [Joseph Smith, jr.] school bill 0.16
[26] for school bill 0.20 0.26
27 for 2.00
29 to Joseph Smith, jr. 7.00
[29] for the Office 1.00
[29] for 0.50
30 for Joseph Smith, jr. 12.00
July 1. Lent this amount to N. Lyman of for Type by and 174.00
[July 1.] for 0.75
2 for 0.50
[2] for 0.16
3 to see the mummies 0.68½
4 for office 0.50
[for office] 0.25
7 [for office] postage 0.50
[7] for 0.75
[7] for 0.50
7 for J. Smith jr. & others expense to 0.75
15 For 3.05
[15] for J. Smith Jr. 1.35
[15] for 0.35
16 for for flour 6.12½
18 for postage for Company 0.18¾
[18] for . .25
[18] for 5.00
[p. 2[b]]
Receipts, &c.
July 9, 1835 Received of gave note payable April 1, 1836. 350.00
<​paid​> for fish for Joseph Smith. jr. 6.50
[July 9, 1835] for [fish for ] —— 3.50
for Other expenses for [] 1.50
for fish and other expenses 5.50
for expenses for company to 0.75
9 for Joseph Smith jr. to 50.00
[9] for Joseph Smith jr. to the building Committee 30.00
[9] for Joseph Smith jr. to Samuel Newcomb 25.00
[9] for Joseph Smith jr.to 10.00
[9] for Joseph Smith, jr.to 5.00
10 for 1.00
[10] for 0.25
[10] for the office 0.25
[10] for 0.50
13 for to J. Hanson 5.00
20 for a book at 5.00
22 for ’s Note to the Geauga Co. 95.50
for to Jinings [Jennings?] 4.50
Sept. 10. Received of for which a <​Co’s​> note was given, due in one year, amount paid to Joseph Smith, jr. 25.00
Sept. 21. Received of Lyman Stevans [Stevens], for which gave Co’s note payable in one year without interest 750.00
Sept. 21 Received of Russell Potter, gave <​Co’s​> note on interest payable Jan. <​first​> 1836. 300.00
Sept. 21. Paid To the Tippit’s & took up notes, amount 300.10
Oct 6. Received of for which gave Co’s note payable April 1, 1835 <​in​> interest 600.00
19 of this money to to go to Court 4.00
20 of the same to J. M. Hanson for & 12.00
21 of the same to previously borrowed for office 4.00
21 Received of , gave Company’s note on demand with use (specie) 100.00
23 of that received on the 6, to pay not[e] to John Reed, previously borrowed to Any pers, and ’s expense to Reed’s 411.50
[p. 3[a]]
Receipts, &c.
Oct. 23 of the same to 12.00
24 [of the same] for (for office) 6.50
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Receipts
July 21 for Messenger & Ad. [Messenger and Advocate] 2.00
for printing 0.37½
25 for Mess & Ad. 10.00
[25] Re[print]— [Evening and Morning]Star 2.00
27 Mess & Ad. 3.00
25 of for <​to​> be paid to 5.00
[25] for the [Northern] Times 2.00
[25] for Mess & Ad 1.00
August 7. for Re[print]— Star 2.00
8 for oil 0.06½
[8] for Times 7.00
[8] Re[print]— Star 2.00
[8] for Mess & Ad. 4.00
10 [for Mess & Ad.] 2.00
11 [for Mess & Ad.] 2.00
12 [for Mess & Ad.] 5.00
[12] Re[print]–Star 6.00 5.50
13 Mess. & Ad 1.00
[13] for b[ook] of Mormon 0.50
15 for Mess. & Ad. 10.00
[15] for Re[print]— Star 8.00
16 Mess. & Ad. 0.50
17 [Mess. & Ad.] 2.00
[17] Re[print] Star 2.00
18 for paper of J[ames] Kellogg 30.00
22 Mess. & Ad. 3.00
26 for advertising 1.00
[26] for papers 14.00
28 [for papers] 1.00
29 of (Borrowed) 11.39
[p. 4[a]]
Expenditures
July 20. for 1.00
’s expense to for paper &c. 2.00
[July 20] for office 0.25
[July 20] for a book 6.00
[July 20] for balance book at 1.00
28 for .50
[28] to Fayette Marks previously borrowed 2.67
[28] lent Fayette Marks 3.33
[28] for office 1.00
[28] for making coat for & trimmings 6.25
[28] for s family expense 2.25
[28] of to Jinnings [Jennings?] for Co. 3.50
[28] for 1.00
Aug. 8 [] 0.50
[Aug. 8] for 0.12½
[Aug. 8] for Office 1.00
10 for wheat &c 4.50
12 for 0.12½
[12] for office 4.00
[12] [for office] 3.00
13 for 0.25
[13] for 0.12½
15 [for ] 0.87½
[15] for office 1.00
postage 0.18¾
18 0.50
17 for postage 0.18¾
18 0.31¼
20 Office 0.25
18 for paper of J[ames] Kellogg 30.00
22 for office 1.50
[22] 0.50
[22] for office 0.50
26 [for office] 0.81
[26] for postage 0.25
28 for 1.00
29 for office 11.39
for friend 6.00
[p. 4[b]]
Receipts
August 29, for blank deeds 0.75
31 [for blank deeds] 0.37½
[31] from Fayette Marks (lent) 3.00
Sept 4 for papers 8.25
[Sept 4] for Mess. & Ad [Messenger and Advocate] 5.00
[Sept 4] from for printing 10.00
9 for Mess. & Ad. 5.00
10 for Mess. & Ad. 3.00
12 for books D&C [Doctrine and Covenants] 4.00
[12] [for books D&C] 4.00
[12] for Mess & Ad 1.00
[12] for books 2.00
[12] [for books] 5.00 4.00
[12] Mess & Ad 1.00
[12] [Mess & Ad] 4.00
[12] [Northern] Times 2.00
[12] books 2.00
14 [books] 3.00
15 [books] 1.00
16 [books] 1.00
[16] for deed and filling out 0.25
[16] paper 1.00
19 [paper] 1.00
[19] for printing 2.00
[19] for papers 2.50
[19] for book 1.00
21 [for book] 3.00
22 [for book] 1.00
[22] for papers 2.00
28 [for papers] 0.25
[28] Mess & Ad 14.00
[28] book 1.00
30 Mess. & Ad 4.00
30 [Mess. & Ad] 7.00
[30] Re[print] [Evening and Morning] Star 3.00
Oct 8. Mess. & Ad & Star 5.00
7 for book Cov[enants] 1.00
8 for paper 0.06
12 for book Cov 1.00
[12] [for book Cov] 1.00
[12] Mess. & Ad. 1.00
[12] for book Cov 1.00
[12] for printing tickets 3.50
[12] for paper 0.10
[p. 5[a]]
Expenses
August 29, for office 0.37½
31 [for office] 3.00
Sept. 2 [for office] 4.00
[Sept. 2] for 2.50
[Sept. 2] for ’s & others expenses to 3.00
[Sept. 2] for 1.50
9 for 0.25
11 for expenses to 0.75
[11] for feathers for 17.50
12 for J. Smith, jr. 10.00
[12] for 2.00
15 for 1.50
16 for office 5.00
[16] [for office] 0.12½
18 [for office] 0.12½
19 for 1.00
[19] for paper and binding book at 21.00
22 for office 1.50
[22] for 3.00
[22] for 1.00
28 [for ] 0.75
Oct. 2 to for paper 31.00
[Oct. 2] [to for paper] 4.00 1.00
to (L. Johnson) 1.25
for postage 8.00
[Oct. 2] for J. Smith, jr to 6.25 6.50
8 for office 8.00 3.00
[8] 1.00
7. for J. Smith jr 1.00
9 for 3.00
[9] for 1.00
10 for & ’ expenses to 0.18¾
[10] for 1.00
[10] for J. Smith jr (a table bell) 0.50
12 for 1.00
[12] for 2.00
[12] for office 1.00
[12] for [office] 4.00
[p. 5[b]]
Receipts
Oct. 15. for book Cov[enants] 1.00
16 for [Northern] Times 1.96
17 for printing 1.50
20 19 for book cov 1.00
20 [for book cov] 1.00
24 [for book cov] 2.00
[24] Mess & Ad [Messenger and Advocate] 6.50
[24] reprint [Evening and Morning] Star 4.00
[24] book Mormon 1.25
[24] books cov 2.00
[24] [books cov] 2.00
27 Mess & Ad. 1.00
[27] Mess & Ad. 2.00
28 for books cov 6.00
[28] Mess & Ad 10.00
[28] Re[print] Star 2.00
Nov. 2 for books cov. 31.00
[Nov. 2] for Mess & Ad. 1.0
[Nov. 2] book cov 5.00
3 [books cov] 11.00
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Expenses
Oct. 15 for the office 0.50
16 15 for 1.00
16 for 3.19¾
15 for & ’ expenses & sundries, to 2.93
19 21 for postage 0.25
[21] to previously borrowed 1.00
24 for office 0.25
[24] for 3.50
26 [for ] 1.78
[26] 1.92
[26] for office 1.20
[26] to previously borrowed for Samuel & Franklin to go east 5.00
27 for & coat trimmings at 0.64
[27] for apples & Beef 6.50
[27] for office 0.12½
[27] for 1.00
28 for J. Smith, jr 0.50
[28] for postage 0.25
Nov. [1] for ink at 18.50
[Nov. 1] for Franklin’s expense home 7.30
for 1.50
[Nov. 1] for office 1.00
2 for office 0.25
3 [for office] 1.50
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    The church’s newspaper The Evening and the Morning Star was printed in Independence, Missouri, from June 1832 to July 1833. F. G. Williams & Co. resumed printing the newspaper in Kirtland, Ohio, from December 1833 to September 1834. In January 1835, the firm began reprinting old issues of the newspaper under a simplified name, Evening and Morning Star. (See Oliver Cowdery, “To the Patrons of the Evening and the Morning Star,” The Evening and the Morning Star, Dec. 1833, 113; Notice, The Evening and the Morning Star, Dec. 1833, 120; Notice, Evening and Morning Star, June 1832 (Jan. 1835), 16; and “Prospectus,” The Evening and the Morning Star, Sept. 1834, 192.)  

    The Evening and the Morning Star. Independence, MO, June 1832–July 1833; Kirtland, OH, Dec. 1833–Sept. 1834.

    Evening and Morning Star. Edited reprint of The Evening and the Morning Star. Kirtland, OH. Jan. 1835–Oct. 1836.

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    The church’s newspaper The Evening and the Morning Star was printed in Independence, Missouri, from June 1832 to July 1833. F. G. Williams & Co. resumed printing the newspaper in Kirtland, Ohio, from December 1833 to September 1834. In January 1835, the firm began reprinting old issues of the newspaper under a simplified name, Evening and Morning Star. (See Oliver Cowdery, “To the Patrons of the Evening and the Morning Star,” The Evening and the Morning Star, Dec. 1833, 113; Notice, The Evening and the Morning Star, Dec. 1833, 120; Notice, Evening and Morning Star, June 1832 (Jan. 1835), 16; and “Prospectus,” The Evening and the Morning Star, Sept. 1834, 192.)  

    The Evening and the Morning Star. Independence, MO, June 1832–July 1833; Kirtland, OH, Dec. 1833–Sept. 1834.

    Evening and Morning Star. Edited reprint of The Evening and the Morning Star. Kirtland, OH. Jan. 1835–Oct. 1836.

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    TEXT: Insertion written vertically in margin.  

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    Notation in the handwriting of Frederick G. Williams.  

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    Oliver Cowdery handwriting ends; Frederick G. Williams begins.  

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    Frederick G. Williams handwriting ends; Oliver Cowdery begins.  

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    Oliver Cowdery handwriting ends; Frederick G. Williams begins.  

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    Frederick G. Williams handwriting ends; Oliver Cowdery begins.  

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    Pagination starts over.