Handwritten accounts regarding the income and expenditure of the Stockton & Darlington Railway

Made:
1831-1832
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Leonard Raisbeck Archive

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Identifier:
RAIS/4/8/5
Transcription:
1831.32 To Tonnage Receipts 1831.32
Coals 366 685 Tons 53053 8 11 By Cash paid Current Expences Viz. 1851 10 6
Lime & Stones &c 69 666 Tons 1430 17 8 Agents Salaries, Postages, Stationary, Travelling
Merchandize, Lime & c 1728 3 6 Expenses & c & c.
Coaches 464 12 7 By Cash paid for Repairs of Locomotive Engines. 2939 18 2
Rents 463 7 0 By Cash paid for Repairs of Permanent Eng’s. 98 4 5

By Cash paid for Repairing and Ballasting Main Line 10397 18 1
and Branches.
By Cash paid for Haulage by Horses and Locomotive 16736 18 10
Engines and Expenses of working Fixed Engines.
By Cash paid for Repairs of Ballast Waggons. 43 11 2
By Cash paid Extraordinary Expenses comprising 136 11 9 Medical attendance for accidents on the Railway.
By Cash paid for Interest on Loans for Completing Main 10511 17 6
Line and Branches.
By Cash paid for Corners of Waggons for damage and 393 17 3
Repairs.
By Cash paid Rates and Taxes. 867 0 1
By sending allowances to William Lloyd Wharton. 55 5 1
By Balance 13707 19 0

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