|Date||17 Nov 1852|
|Title||Grand Jury Report on Bossier Parish Schools|
|Scope & Content||
State of Louisiana
Parish of Bossier
To the Gentlemen of the Grand jury in and for the Parish Of Bossier and State of Louisiana
Permit to inform you that I have received school funds, belonging to this Parish to the amount of one thousand, three hundred and twenty six dollars and ninety five cents, as follows to wit from my predecessor, James Ford, Esqr., the sum of $244.63.
Treasurer of the State the sum of 1082.32
Total amount received $1326.95
The act [account] of the general assembly of our state of 18 March 1852, makes it the duty of the several Parish supts to make an exhibition of the school warrants taken up by them to the Parish Recorder, and to have the same verified by him and sent to the Auditor of Public Acts [accounts] with which I have complied, and hold the rest of our Parish Recorder for the warrants aboue alluded to, and have sent the balance of the money to the treasury of our state, but have not as yet recd [received] the rest for sole amount. All of which is most respectfully submitted, Witness my hand officially at Bellevue on this 17th day of November AD 1852.
Superintendent of Free Public Schools
Parish of Bossier, LA
Bossier Parish Schools
|Lexicon category||8: Communication Artifact|
|Lexicon sub-category||Documentary Artifact|