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Know all men to whom these presents shall come that we, Ezra Hewitt of North Stonington in the County of New London, as principal, and Elias Hewitt of North Stonington, as surety, are holden and stand jointly and severally bound and indebted to the Treasurer of the State of Connecticut1 in the sum of five hundred dollars, to the payment of which sum will and tr
To the Honorable County Court for the County of New London to be Holden at New London in Said County on the Second Tuesday of February Instant.1
    
Pequot Indians
                             
To Shubael Whitney    Debit
 
To making coffin for a child of Anna Nedson's1 50 cents
 
Know all men to whom these presents shall come that we, Henry Chesebrough of North Stonington in New London County, as principal, and Erastus Williams of Groton in said County, as surety, are holden and stand firmly bound unto Isaac Spencer, Esq., of Hartford in Hartford County, as he is Treasurer of the State of Connecticut, and to his successor in said office, in the penal sum
A memorandum of stock allowed to keep in the Indian Town pasture1 for the year 1816, to be taken in first day of June into said pasture by the Indians2
To The Honorable The General Assembly of The State of Connecticut to Be Holden at New Haven[1] within And for Said State on The second Thursday of October[2] AD 1818 
 
 
Debit
          
To a coffin for Esther Waugs       $3.00
  
April 16, 1829                   
                       
Received of Silas Chesebrough 15 dollars towards Cyrus Shelly, Jr.'s account.  Also received 50 cents of said Chesebrough in full for Anna Nedson's account, both of which belong to the Pequot tribe of Indians.
 
To the Honorable General Assembly of the State of Connecticut to be Holden at Hartford on the Second Thursday of May, 1800[1]
 

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.

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