Extract from Church Missionary Society Accounts, 1819-1820
On behalf of the Church Missionary Society at 10/- per week and rations commencing August 21st, 1819, which sum will be paid to him on the Society's account as long as the Rev. Mr. Butler shall find his services necessary for the general benefit of the Settlement and he the said Thos. Hansen is willing to continue in the employ of the Church Missionary Society.
Paid Mr. Gordon on account of Mr. Hansen, Nov 9th, 1819.
|1 piece of blue cloth, 18 yards at 18/-||16||4||0|
|1 piece Waistcoat, 5½ yards at 6/-||2||2||0|
|1 piece Waistcoat (marked F.H. 22)||2||2||0|
|1 piece Mixture, 21½ yards at 16/-||17||4||0|
|1 piece light print, 12½ yards at 2/6||1||11||3|
|1 piece brown print, 5 yards at 3/6||17||6|
|1 piece dark blue, 15 yards at 3/6||2||12||6|
|1 piece light blue, 14 yards at 2/6||1||15||0|
Paid Mr. Marsden, Sept. 7th, 1820.page 89
The following articles appear in the accounts of 1819 and 1820, as having been sold from the store to various settlers:—
To WM. BEAN.—Calico, dungaree, cloth, hat, shoes, thread, powder, butter, rum, brandy, print, bed ticking.
To GEO. GORDON.—Calico, print, dungaree.
To SUSANNAH KENDALL and Mrs. KENDALL and JOHN KENDALL.—Each, shoes.
To JOSEPH KENDALL.—Boots.
To Mrs. HANSEN and Mr. HANSEN.—Each, shoes, as also to HANNAH HANSEN and THOMAS HANSEN.
To James Boyle.—Numerous articles, including hatchets, chisels, axes, knives, etc.
To RICHARD RUSSELL.—Much the same.
To GEORGE.—Frock, trousers, shirt, black handkerchief, axes, hoes, hatchets and reaphook.
(George being the brickmaker, a native, who learned his trade at Port Jackson.)
To GEORGE HARRISON.—Blankets, jacket, and minor items.