Minutes Wed 3 Apr 1776

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Wed 3 Apr 1776

Summary

Edward Hinton agreed to make 600,000 bricks at 6s per 1000.

Verbatim text

At a Meeting of the Committee of Directors of the Stroudwater Navigation held at the George Inn in Stroud on the 3^d Day of April 1776
Present: James Winchcombe, Thomas White, Durley Wintle, John Hollings, Robert Ellis, Joseph Wathen, Thomas Baylis, Richard Bigland.
£ s D
Examined M^r James Winchcombes Acc^t and allow'd 12..6..0
Ditto M^r Lewis Acc^t 11.16.6½
D^o M^r Wathens Acc^t 15..3..0
D^o M^r Grazebrook Sen^r Acc^t 79..5..7
D^o M^r Grazebrook Jun^r Acc^t 38..1..7
D^o Thomas Gethens Acc^t 7..0..0
D^o M^r Colbrorne's 23.17.6
D^o M^r Turners 60.17.6
D^o Edward Hintons, Brickmaker to be
allow'd for Loss Sustained by the Tide 5..5..0
Edward Hinton hath agree'd to Make Six Hundred Thousand Bricks at the Price of Six Shillings per Thousand, Moulded in Sand, told out of the Kiln well burnt and Sound.
Ordered M^r Priddey to be Paid Sixty three Pounds and four Shillings, upon his giving a Discharge of all Contracts and Accounts.
Examined the Dale C^os Acc^t ordered to be paid £19..1..2½
D^o M^r Priddey's, Ordered to be paid £63..4..0
D^o M^r Howells, Ordered to be paid £3..8..7½
D^o M^r Turners Servants £1..1..6
M^r Halls Acc^t bought in but cannot be settled until the same, and the Stock is examined £78..10..3½

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