Joseph F. Powell file, M346, Reel #815, 6/1/1862

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Joseph F. Powell file, M346, Reel #815

 

For work at Mayho’s Factory

The Confederate States,

 

 

To Joseph F. Powell

 

1862, June 1st

 

 

To

1360 ft of partition to Baggage & offices @ 12 ½ c

170.00

“

4 doors locks & hinges to same @ $6

24.00

“

252 ft of ??? & framing in office 18 c

45.36

“

One new lock to office door

2.50

“

400 ft of shelving to baggage room 10 c

40.00

“

210 ft of partition across basement 12½ c

26.25

“

Cutting out stairs headway @$1.00

3.00

“

6 slat doors to Scuttle holes 6x6 ft @ $6.50

39.00

“

550 ft of partition to rooms @ 12½ c

64.84

“

2 doors lock and hinges to same 6.00

12.00

“

540 ft partition Bathing & Operating Room 12 c

67.50

“

56 ft of slat work to front doors 10 c

5.60

“

120 ft of Partition Stewards Room 12½ c

15.00

“

200 feet of Partition to surgeons Room @ 12 ½ c

32.50

“

One door lock & hinges to same

6.00

“

Casing 17 Windows in top story @ $6 ½

120.00

“

Taking down & Removing Liquorice case

16.00

“

1050 ft of framing & Boarding corridor 10 c

105.00

“

350 ft of framing & Flooring 18 c

63.00

“

200 ft of framing Shearbang(?) & Shingling 10 2/3 c

33.33

“

4 windows to same @ $3.00

12.00

“

Cutting out bars & putting in 4 ??? doors $8

32.00

“

4 set of steps 8 treads @ $1 ½

12.00

“

5 tables 5 ½ long and 3 ft wide @ $6.00

30.00

“

One table 10 ft long and 19 small wide @ $3.00

67.00

“

2 tables for surgeons office $5.00

10.00

“

One short & footlong shelving Surgeons Room

5.50

“

479 ft of side table slats & legs 10 c

47.90

“

284 ft of shelving old slats and legs 10 c

28.40

“

288 ft of Shelving to Matrons Room 10 c

28.80

“

120 ft of Stripping partition to Matrons Room 5 c

6.00

“

2 window frams & 30 lights sash 17

34.00

“

240 ft of flooring & framing to Kitchen 10 c

24.00

“

128 ft of Partition to Laundry 10 c

12.80

“

Cutting through putting door lock & hinges

5.00

“

91 ft of shelving to same 10 c

9.10

“

15 ft of spout to carry off water 50 c

7.00

“

Repairing Privy and new seats

8.00

“

One trap door to culvert(?) & 10 ft covering do

9.00

 

 

$1180.41

 

 

 

I certify that the above account is correct and just; that the services were rendered as stated; and that they were necessary for the public service.

Wm. E. Warren
Capt & Asst. Quartermaster.

RECEIVED at Richmond the 30 day of June 1862 of Capt. Wm. E. Warren Asst Quartermaster C. S. Army, the sum of Eleven Hundred & Eighty Dollars and forty one Cents, in full of the above account.

Joseph F. Powell.  

[In left margin] Approved June 14th 1862.
                                                            Jno H. Mullowney
                                                            Supt.

                        Approved S. P. Moore
                                                Surg. Genl.

 

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