1802 (Nov. 26)|
to (Father Thomas Hassett)
Since it is well known that this province is about to go under French dominion, Morales may be occupied with other business. Therefore he makes up the accounts of the Cathedral of St. Luis from January 1 to November 1, 1802. The credits stand at 6906 pesos, 4 1/2 reales, the debits at 5310 pesos, 1 real leaving a balance of 1596 pesos, 3 1/2 reales. Morales asks that Hassett have the accounts examined.
On the same paper:
Presented in two parts so that one may be kept, the other to be adjusted.
Hassett, Father Thomas
Manuel Salcedo, Governor-general, is to be notified so that he may give his approval.
Salcedo, Manuel de and Hassett, Father Thomas
Father Sebastian Gily [Gili], chaplain of the Mexican Regiment, is appointed auditor. Broutin takes the accounts to Gily.
The detailed accounts follow with the receipts, all of which are also signed by Father Antonio de Sedella, (O.M.Cap.), pastor of the Cathedral.
Gili, Father Sebastian
to (Father Thomas Hassett
(Hassett) may give the order necessary for the settlement of the accounts.
Salcedo and Hassett approve the accounts. Luis Liotau is to list the costs of the audit. The approval of Lieutenant Governor Nicolas Maria Vidal is also given. (All three sign).
Liotau lists the costs of the audit.
V-3-l A.L.S., A.D.S., D.S. (Spanish) 97pp. 4to.
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