At front: memo of agreement between Samuel Dunn and Miss Henning of Charmouth, about lease of a house now building, 1844. Sept. 1834 and other dates. References to schoolhouse. March 1835. Poor House. March 1835. "Miss Haycock silf fixing Shower Bath & Seat Stuff & Labour". (3s). May 1835. "Miss Haycock silf alter Bed & Bath". (1s). June 1835. References to Gothic windows for Mr. Hargraves. Dec. 1835. Work at mill. Jan. 1836. "Mrs Hales for Mr. Pippin Alphabett for Child". (5/6d). At end: ledger, 1835-6. Mr Dunn had a large number of customers, probably mainly of all in Charmouth, for whom he did a variety of jobs, including making coffins. Those who worked with him were: Father, Andrew, Philip, Clapp, Hoare, Gordge. Loose: a few papers, 1835, 1844 and undated. [The volume contains some annotations by Mr R.W.J. Pavey of Charmouth].