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Havre-de-Grace Md. School House
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[[Date | Item | Unit Price | Total]]

1867 March 1" | From Barracks, Stables &c. through Balto Asso'n. |  |
  | 10,360 feet Lumber |  |
  | 10 Windows |  |
  | 1 Door |  |
  | 8 Sec. of Roof | Est. | 250.00

Jan'y 10" | Purchased of Peter Shrines |  |
  | For 7 Kegs Nails @ 7.41 | 51.87 | 
  | 2 Kegs Nails @ 8.44 | 16.88 | $68.75

April | Freight on lumber shipped to Havre de Grace as per bill of B.P. & W.R.R. May 1" 1867 | 47.70 | 47.70

 | Bur. |  |
April 13 | Hauling Lumber to Depots - En-route for Havre-de-Grace 25 loads @ $2.50 | 62.50 | 62.50

 | Purchased of E Pratt & Bro. |  |
April 16 | 3 Kegs Nails @ 6.84 | 20.52 | 20.52

 | Purchased of E Pratt & Bro. |  |
Aug 21" | For 1 Keg Nails 3d | 6.75 | 
  | Drayage | 75 | 7.50

 | Per bill of Chappell & Leary |  |
Aug 21" | 1 Barrell (40 1/2 galls) Linseed oil @ 1.37 | 55.48 | 
  | 200 lbs White Lead (N.Y. prem.) @ 12 | 24.00 |
  | 75 lbs Brandon Red (box) @ 4 1/2 | 3.38 | 
  | 125 lbs Brandon Yellos (1/2 Bbl) @ 4 1/2 | 5.62 | 
  | 10 lbs Lampblack @ 15 | 1.50 | 
  | 10 lbs Patent Dryer @ 17 1/2 | 1.75 | 
  | 5 Galls Spts Turpentine @ 95 | 4.75 | 96.48

  |  |  | 553.45

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Harford Co.
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[[Date | Item | Unit Price | Total]]

  |  |  | 553.45

 | Per bill of A & G T. Lyon & Co. |  |
Aug 15 | 100 lbs nails @ 7¢ | 7.00 | 
  | 120 lbs nails @ 7¢ | 8.40 | 15.40

Aug 21 | Per bill of Thos Trotter & Sons |  |
  | 40 Bush. Lime @ 50¢ | 20.00 | 
  | 3 Hgh'ds Contg [[?Frame]] @ 1.50 | 4.50 |
  | 16 Bush. Hair @ 50 | 8.00 | 32.50

 | Per bill of Arthur Vosburg Havre-de-Grace |  |
Aug 8 | 3000 ft Siding @ 25¢ | 75.00 | 
  | 608 ft Scantling @ 32 1/2 | 19.76
  | Hauling same | 2.50 | 97.26

 | Per bill of A & G T. Lyon & Co. |  |
Aug 8" | For 1/2 Keg nails @ 7.50 | 3.75 | 3.75

 | Per bill of Wm. Potts |  |
Sept 11" | For services as Carpenter from Aug. 30" to Sept 11" 1867 11 days @ $2.75 day | 30.25 |
Oct 3" | For services as Carpenter from Sept 13" to Oct. 3" 1867 17 days @ $2.75 day | 46.75 | $77.00

 | Per bill of John Du Bois |  |
Nov 25 | For 144 ft Hemlock Joist @ .2¢ | 2.88 | 
  | 153 ft 4/4 Culls (Pine Lumber) @ .3 | 4.59
  | 400 ft W.P. Flooring @ .3 1/2 | 14.00
  | 10,000 Plastering Lath @ 4.00 | 40.00
  | 900 ft W.P. Fencing 4/4 @ .3 | 27.00
  | 275 ft W.P. Scantling @ .3 | 8.25
  | 300 ft 4/4 dressed T. & G. Culls @ .3 1/2 | 10.50 | 107.22

  | Carried ford page 46 |  | $866.58

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