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Box 9


Contains 8 Results:

Philadelphia Yearly Meeting accounts, 1783-1808

 File — Box: 9
Identifier: HC.PhY.838.02.001 (1250/AA15)
Scope and Contents

These are loose, 1 p. accounts which generally give a summary of a year's transactions, set up in ledger format (Dr and Cr). Treasurers are: John Reynell (1783); Henry Drinker (1784-1808).

Dates: 1783-1808

Accounts, bills, etc., 1776-1792

 File — Box: 9
Identifier: HC.PhY.838.02.003 (1250/AA16 folder 2)
Scope and Contents

Includes printing of Quaker tracts, traveling expenses of Friends, accounts with the Meeting for Sufferings, Thomas Hillborn's statement of losses due to abandoning his property after Indian attack (1779), bills for "public Friends'" wagon, bill of articles presented to the Cherokees (1792), etc.

Dates: 1776-1792

Accounts, bills, etc., 1793-1799

 File — Box: 9
Identifier: HC.PhY.838.02.004 (1250/AA16 folder 3)
Scope and Contents

Includes bill for bricks (1792), printing of Quaker tracts, store goods, list of poor paid money (1793) at City Hall, Indian Committee fund, various traveling Friends' expenses, invoice of goods sent to Genesanguhta (1799), expenses at settlement at Oneida, etc.

Dates: 1793-1799

Accounts, bills, etc., 1800-1812; 1817-1832

 File — Box: 9
Identifier: HC.PhY.838.02.005 (1250/AA16 folders 4-5)
Scope and Contents

Includes bills for printing Quaker tracts, travelling expenses of Stephen Grellet (1799), accounts of the Indian Committee's fund for relief of Friends in England and Ireland, lists of items for Tunesassa (1805, 1807), etc.

Dates: 1800-1812; 1817-1832

Accounts, bills, etc., 1819-1874

 File — Box: 9
Identifier: HC.PhY.838.02.006 (1250/AA16 folder 6)
Scope and Contents

Includes accounts of Joseph Elkinton with "Indian Institution" [1828-31], bills for books, accounts of the committee with Robert Scotton, Solomon Lukens, Ebenezer Worth, Edward Shoemaker, Abner Woolman, cost of building new saw mill, Tunesassa inventories and accounts, memo. "respecting a note of Henry Drinker endorsed by John Ellicott for $442.22..." (1827)

Dates: 1819-1874