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To the Honorable the General Assembly of the State of Connecticut to be convened at Hartford second Thursday of May instant

1.  Fourth Book of Accounts Indian Affairs at Stonington

1.   Account of lectures preached to the Indians at Stonington since August 11, 1766, having received full payment for all past services among said Indians

Joseph Fish

Date

Lectures

Texts

Indians present

1766

1.

Eighth Book

Indian Lectures at Stonington

1771 May 16.  Drew on Governor Oliver then received in full of Captain Rhodes.

New Account

Date

Lecture

Texts

 Indians

Charge

1.  1768- 9

Fifth Book of Accounts of Indian Affairs.

Lectures to Indians at Stonington since December 8, 1768 when I received of Honorable Andrew Oliver at Boston, full pay for all past service.

1768

Stonington Indian Lectures *

Date

Lectures

 Texts

Tenth Book of Accounts of Indian Affairs.  1773-1774

Stonington, Lectures

London Commissioners1 Boston, Debtor at 6 shillings eight pence. 

New account, not paid

Seventh Book of Accounts Indian Affairs

Lectures at Stonington

London commissioners’1 debtor to Joseph Fish

1770

Account of the Indian School at Stonington, which I (Joseph Fish,)have taken the whole care of, ever since the year 1757,  in the spring or summer, as appears from my First Minute Book of Indian Affairs at Stonington of which, I now find, a Journal would have been especially serviceable.

To the Honorable the Senate and the Honorable the House of Representative of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts in General Court Assembled

To His Excellency the Governor and the Honourable Council of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts                

To His Excellency the Governor of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and the Honorable Council

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