|ANNUAL REPORT of the STATE BOARD of CHARITIES p 999|
|A TABLE showing the number of Paupers supported at the public expense in the county of LEWIS, during the twelve months preceding April 21, 1823, with other particulars, derived from public documents and reports furnished the Secretary of State.|
| Expenses paid by the county of Lewis, for warrants to
bring up paupers for examination, service of the same adjudications,
warrants of removal, support, &c., for the following years.
In 1820, $286
We do not think of any amendment to be made in the poor-laws of this state, but in case there could be a law made to extend th(r)oughout the United States, compelling each state to receive their own poor and support them, we should like it well. [Letter from supervisors and overseers of the poor of Leyden.]