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Sales of rum, also sugar, wood, molasses, chocolate, etc.; Payments in days' work, etc., 1770-1771 Digital

Item — Multiple ContainersIdentifier: Mss:766 1754-1898
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Daybook of sales of rum, molasses, clove water, sugar, boards, snakeroot, pork, and other commodities by John Heard in 1770-1771, sometimes paid in barter of labor or service, and expenses associated with his still house, such as purchase of molasses from suppliers. Accounts included Heard's father and grandfather, Captain Abraham Dodge, Joseph Appleton, Isaac Appleton, Daniel Low, and Andrew Burley. A few personal expenses appear in the volume: Johanna Rast was paid cash for nursing.

Sales of rum, also sugar, wood, molasses, chocolate, etc.; Payments in days' work, etc., 1771-1778 Digital

Item — Multiple ContainersIdentifier: Mss:766 1754-1898
Scope and Contents: Daybook of sales and distribution of rum and cider from John Heard's distillery, trade of cotton, molasses, clovewater, sugar, boards, snakeroot, rice, and other commodities, and expenses of outiftting privateers, such as the brig Nabby, schooner Martha, ship Black Prince, and sloops Polly and Success, dated 1771-1778. Names in the volume include Isaac Averil, Moses Pinder, Nathaniel Lord, Francis Cogswell, Joseph Dennie, William Wise, and Anna Dodge. Entries in October 1778 contain a charge...

Sales of rum, also sugar, wood, molasses, chocolate, etc.; Payments in days' work, etc., 1777-1780 Digital

Item — Multiple ContainersIdentifier: Mss:766 1754-1898
Scope and Contents: Daybook of sales of rum, molasses, clove water, sugar, coffee, wood, indigo, flour, salt, cotton, rice, glass, and other goods, by John Heard in 1777-1780, sometimes paid in barter of labor or service, and accounts related to building, outfitting, and purchasing shares in privateers. Entries include Comeno Morris, who worked on a new schooner in 1779, John Lakeman, merchant and shipowner William Dodge, shopkeeper Dummer Jewett, Jacob Manning, Henry Spiller, Francis Hovey, sailor William...

Sales of rum, also sugar, wood, molasses, chocolate, etc.; Payments in days' work, etc., 1777-1794 Digital

Item — Multiple ContainersIdentifier: Mss:766 1754-1898
Scope and Contents: Daybook of sales of rum, molasses, coffee, wood, tea, indigo, dry goods, salt, fish, and farm produce, by John Heard in 1780-1784, sometimes paid in barter of labor or service, as well as entries related to investing in and outfitting privateers. Names in the volume include William Story, Stephen Dutch, William Wise, Lucy Hodgkins, Jacob Treadwell, Henry Spiller, John Kinsman, Philip Homan, Andrew Burley, Caty Walley, John Safford, Asa Peabody, Anna Dodge, and Comeno Morris. Also contains...

Sales of rum, also sugar, wood, molasses, chocolate, etc.; Payments in days' work, etc., 1784-1788 Digital

Item — Multiple ContainersIdentifier: Mss:766 1754-1898
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Daybook of sales of rum, molasses, coffee, wood, dry goods, salt, fish, aniseed, and farm produce by John Heard in 1784-1788, sometimes paid in barter of labor or service, and expenses related to shipping. Names in the volume include Comeno Morris, Francis Hovey, Daniel Lumos, John Wait, Nathaniel Dodge, Ebenezer Standwood, Anna Dodge, Edmund Stacy, General Michael Farley, Aaron Day, Revered Joseph Dana (1742-1827), Jonathan Ingersoll, Jeremiah Staniford, and Jabish Farley.

Sales of rum, also sugar, wood, molasses, chocolate, etc.; Payments in days' work, etc., 1788-1795 Digital

Item — Multiple ContainersIdentifier: Mss:766 1754-1898
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Daybook of sales of rum, lumber, turpentine, salt, snakeroot, fish, and farm produce by John Heard in 1788-1793, sometimes paid in barter of labor or service, and expenses related to shipping. Names in the volume include distiller Samuel Whipple, Comeno Morris, Thomas Appleton, Aarons Perkins, Daniel Noyes, Moses Conant, Simeon Safford, Francis Hovey, and Benjamin Warner. The end of the volume contains memoranda of fish due and received from sundry people in 1787.