1702-12 LETTERS TO LAMBERVILLE 27
For my part, I am in good health, but I have no
cassock, etc. ; I am in a sorry plight, and the others
are hardly less so.
Three winter cassocks,
3 pairs of winter hose.
3 lined cloaks.
3 summer cassocks; 3 pairs of winter and 3 of
3 pairs of summer hose.
3 pairs of cloth breeches for winter.
6 pairs of breeches of black duck or strong linen.
12 hempen shirts, lined ;calico handkerchiefs;
4 hats ; 3 hoods ; 3 pairs of mittens.
One Livre of black Wool.
Half a livre of black and other silk.
One Livre of fine white thread.
2 livres of black thread, i livre of twine for Nets.
3 Lines; 3 whip- .
3 livres of coarse white thread.
6 pairs of Shoes,
3 pairs of double-soled slippers,
3 pieces of white thread galloon.
One thousand pins.
One Ream of good and strong paper, of large size.
One Ream of small-sized paper. 3 good razors,
with a whetstone,
3 sticks of Spanish wax. 3 half-double caps.
12 [small] towels and 6 [small] napkins.
3 covered bowls for The sick,
12 pewter spoons, with knives and forks.
6 case-knives in 6 sheaths.
3 deep pewter basins with a narrow edge.
THE JESUIT RELATIONS AND ALLIED DOCUMENTS 1610-1791