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Normal School House, Wilmington, Del.

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[[Date | Item | Unit Price | Total]]

1867 [[strikethrough]] August [[/strikethrough]] | Thro' Purchase Sam'l. Woolman |  | 
Sept 10" | For 25 Bush. Lime @ .55¢ | 13.75 | 
  | 2 1/2 loads River Sand @ 2.50 | 6.25 | 
  | 700 Hard Brick @ 11.00 | 7.70 | 
  | 1400 Salmon Brick @ 9.00 | 12.60 | 
  | 3200 Red Brick @ 12.00 | 38.40 | 
  | 700 Pressed Brick @ 27.00 | 18.90 | 
  | 1200 Paving Brick @ 16.00 | 19.20 | 
  | 120 ft Roofing @ .8 | 9.60 | 
  | 709 ft Coating on roof (Tin) @ .3 | 21.27 | 
  | 43 lbs nails @ .7 | 3.01 | 
  | 10 prs Hinges @ .20 | 2.00 | 
  | 5 Bolts @ .20 | 1.00 | 
  | 1 Thumb Latch @ | .14 | 
  | 6 Stop Locks @ .20 | 1.20 | 
  | 2 doz. Sash pulleys @ .75 | 1.50 | 
  | 2 doz. Wardrobe Hooks @ .50 | 1.00 | 
  | 196 lbs Sash weights @ .3 | 5.88 | 
  | 4 pcs. Sash cord @ 35 | 1.40 | 
  | 2 Keys @ 35 | .70 | 
  | 2 Locks 2.50  1 Lock .65¢  1 Lock .25¢ | 3.40 | 
  | 1 1/2 doz Screws @ .20 | .30 | 
  | 8 setts Shutter rings & staples @ .10 | .80 | 
  | 390 ft Lumber W.P. @ 27.50 | 10.72 | 
  | 305 ft Lumber W.P. @ 30.00 | 9.15 | 
  | 478 ft Lumber W.P. @ 47.50 | 22.70 | 
  | 308 ft Lumber W.P. @ 60.00 | 18.48 | 
  | 86 ft Lumber W.P. @ 40.00 | 3.44 | 
  | 36 ft Lumber (Steps) @ .6 | 2.16 | 
  | 176 ft Lumber ( Mouldings) @ .3 | 5.28 | 
  | 32 ft Lumber (Mouldings) @ .1 1/2 | .48 | 
  | 2 Closet Doors @ 1.62 1/2 | 3.25 | 
  | 72 Lights Window sash @ .13 | 9.36 | 
  | 2 door sills @ 3.80 | 7.60 | 
  | 4 1/2 perches Stone @ 1.75 | 7.87 | 
  | Total |  | 270.49

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[[Date | Item | Unit Price | Total]]

  |  |  | 270.49
  | Per Bill of French Madden |  | 
Sep 21" | For 48 School Desks @ $3.50 | 168.00 | 
  | For 2 Teachers Desks @ 5.00 | 10.00 | 
  | 6 Seats @ 2.00 | 12.00 | 190.00

  | Per September 1867 Receipt Roll of Hired men |  | 
Sep 30 | Amount paid for work done on School as reported by Sam'l Woolman. | 287.68 | 

  | By Purchase - per bill of Saml. Woolman |  | 
Oct 1" | For 370 ft Gas Tubing @ 22¢ ft. | 81.40 | 
C.B. Oct 22" | 15 ft Drain Pipe @ $1.25 ft. | 18.75 | 
  | 39 ft Water pipe @ 33¢ | 12.87 | 
  | 14 1/2 ft Tin Conductor @ 20¢ | 2.90 | 
  | 1 Hydrant | 10.00 | 
  | 3 loads Sand @ 3.00 | 9.00 | 
  | 70 lbs mixed paints @ 25¢ | 17.50 | 
  | 74 lights glass @ 22¢ | 16.28 | 
  | 500 Plastering Lath @ 4.50 | 2.25 | 
  | 19 1/3 ft Curbstone @ 90¢ | 17.40 | 
  | 31 lbs nails @ 7¢ | 2.17 | 
  | 66 1/2 lbs Sash Weights @ 4¢ | 2.66 | 
  | 174 ft Pine Lumber @ 3¢ | 5.22 | 
  | 4 Fence Posts @ 50¢ | 2.00 | 
  | 23 bush. Lime @ 50 | 11.50 | $211.90

Oct 1" C.B. Oct. 22" | For services as Laborer performed by Manuel McNitt being 7 1/4 days from Sept 5" to 27" 1867 @ $2.80 per day | 20.30 | 20.30

Oct 1" C.B. Oct. 22" | For services (as Plasterer) of R. Haddock 6 1/2 days from Sep 5" - 27" 1867 @ $4.00 per day | 26.00 | 26.00

Oct 1" C.B. Oct. 22" | For services rendered as Bricklayer by Samual Woolman 2 1/2 days from Sept 5" to 27" 1867 @ $4.50 per day | 11.25 | 11.25

Oct 1" C.B. Oct. 22" | For services as Painter, rendered by Stewart Carlisle 6 1/2 days from Sept 5" to 27" 1867 @ $3.25 per day | 21.12 | 21.12

  |  |  | 751.46
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