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Identifier: annualreportofdi2630hous
Title: [Annual report of the Directors of the home of business]
12 Months: 1842 (1840s)
Authors: House of Industry (Boston, Mass.)
Subjects: House of Industry (Boston, Mass.) Almshouses
Publisher: [Boston, Mass. : s.n.]
Contributing Library: Boston Public Library
Digitizing Sponsor: Boston Public Library

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inthe Institution. The administrators conclude their particular report by remark-ing with much pleasure, that great credit is dueto the Superintendent and Mistress, and all theother officials regarding the Institution, for zeal and A fidelity with which they have actually performed their particular vari-ous tasks. Boston, April 1, 1830. MOSES WHEELER.JOS. LEWIS.SAML. SNELLING, Jr.BENJ. WILLIS.B. V. FRENCH.MOSES GIVE. Boston, April 15, 1830.—At a meeting of theBoard of administrators of the home of Industry thisday, it had been voted your foregoing yearly Re-port be acknowledged, and sent to the town Council. RICHARDS CHILD, Chairman. G^G^CD^WG^iOO-^Xi^t- lO t- ^ 003>-iiOG<GCl»OiO-*OOD ii ^^O^OSOSO-^OO-O ^ O-HO^rtG^OGO-Hi-HO^O 0 t i G^0500<U5T;t<G^GOG<03G<0 en G^ 0« ^ ^ 05 2 5| C0C0TtiTt<S003Tt<O»00<-i-< ■O 1—1 11 aiCOOCDC£)K:)Tf<l003^05Tf ■a S G<G^GOeOSOG<G<*u:)G^GOG^ April, 1829May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December, January, 1830February, March,

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