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A Collection of Road Reports
Relief of Sufferers
September 19th, 1846

Account of the Expenditure of £75 Currency Received From
her Majesty's Government for the Relief of Sufferers by the Gale

Names Amount expended
Paid T. Ridley & Co. for 28 Barrels Flour, 42s. 6d.£59 10 0
Paid John Leamon for 2Olbs. Tea, 2s. 6d., 20 gallons Molasses 5 0 0
Paid 3 Barrels Flour at St. John's 6 0 0
Paid Hurley for postage and carriage of money 0 12 0
Paid J. Antle for freight of Flour from Harbor Grace 2 16 0
Paid Postage 0 2 0
Paid Carriage of freight of 3 Barrels Flour from St. John's to Brigus 0 7 6
Paid Labor landing and carting Flour to Court House 0 12 6
  £75 0 0

Account of the Distribution of Flour, Tea, and Molasses

Names Amount expended
William Cole, Colliers 1 barrel Flour, 1 lb. Tea, half-gallon Molasses
Simon Spracklin, Cupids 1 and a half barrel Flour, 1 lb. Tea, 1 gallon Molasses
John Conway, Colliers 2 barrels Flour, 1 lb. Tea, 1 gallon Molasses
John Pottle Colliers half-barrel Flour, half-pound Tea, 1 gallon Molasses
George Skeins Colliers half-barrel Flour, half-pound Tea, 1 gallon Molasses
Samuel Gany Colliers 2 barrels Flour, 1 lb. Tea, 1 gallon Molasses
James Fowler Cupids 1 barrel Flour, half-pound Tea, half-gallon Molasses
William Fowler, Cupids half-barrel Flour, half-pound Tea, half-gallon Molasses
James Fowler, Jr., Cupids half-barrel Flour, half-pound Tea, half-gallon Molasses
James Power, Cupids half-barrel Flour, half-pound Tea, 1 gallon Molasses
James Lundrigan, Cupids 1 barrel Flour, half-pound Tea, 1 gallon Molasses
Nicholas Barrett, Cupids 1 barrel Flour, half-pound Tea, 1 gallon Molasses
Samuel Daw, Cupids 1 barrel Flour, 1 lb. Tea, 1 gallon Molasses
Jane Daw, Cupids 1 barrel Flour, 1 lb. Tea, 1 gallon Molasses
Geogrey Conally Cupids one-third barrel Flour
Terance Moore Cupids one-third barrel Flour
John Connally Cupids one-third barrel Flour
John Ryan, Turk's Gut half-barrel Flour
John Roberts, Brigus half-barrel Flour
Patrick Curtis, Colliers half-barrel Flour, 1 lb. Tea, 1 gallon Molasses
William Roberts, Colliers half-barrel Flour, 1 lb. Tea, 1 gallon Molasses
J. E. and G. Row, Cupids 1 barrel Flour, 1 lb. Tea, 1 gallon Molasses
Thomas Cole, Colliers half-barrel Flour, half-pound Tea, 1 gallon Molasses
John Brine, Colliers half-barrel Flour, half-pound Tea
  19 barrels Flour, 14 lbs. Tea, 10 gallons Molasses
The above were sufferers by the gale.
The remainder was given to the Casual Poor in small quantities.
11 Barrels Flour, 6 lbs. Tea, 4 gallons Molasses.
Total 31 barrels Flour, 20 lbs. Tea, 20 gallons Molasses.
C. COZENS, J. P.,
Chairman of Commissioners for relief of the Poor

Page Contributed by Barbara McGrath
Page Transcribed by Ivy F. Benoit (MAy 7, 2002)
Page Revised by Craig Peterman (September 2002)

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