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ELEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT 



RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES 



CITY OF CONCORD, 



FOR THE FISCAL YEAH ENDING 



FEBRUARY 1 , 1864, 



TOGETHER WITH OTHER ANNUAL REPORTS AND PAPERS 
RELATING TO THE AFFAIRS OF THE CITY. 




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CONCORD, N. H. : 

FOGG, HADLEY & COMPANY, PRINTERS. 
18 6 4. 



THE 



ELEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT 



OP THE 



RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES 



CITY OF CONCORD, 



FOR THE FISCAL TEAS ENDING 



FEBRUARY 1, 1864, 



TOGETHER WITH OTHER ANNUAL REPORTS AND PAPERS 
RELATING TO THE AFFAIRS OF THE CITY. 




CONCORD, N. H. : 

FOGG, HADLEY & COMPANY, PRINTERS. 
18 64. 



REPORT 



COMMITTEE ON PI3STA.3STCE. 



The Joint Standing Committee on Finance, in conformity with 
an Ordinance prescribing their duties, " establishing a system of 
accountability in the expenditures of the city," submit to the City 
Council their Annual Report of the receipts and expenditures of 
the financial year ending February 1, 1864. 

We have examined the Treasurer's books, and those of the 
City Clerk, and find that all payments therein recorded are duly 
authenticated by appropriate vouchers, and that the several items 
are correctly cast- and stated and that the books of these officers 
have been faithfully kept, and with a system that cannot fail to 
give satisfaction to the tax payers of the City. 

BENJAMIN F. GALE, ") 
NICHOLAS QUIMBY, f Finance 
JOHN B. CURTIS, f Committee. 
THOS. W. STEWART, J 



RECEIPTS. 

The Treasurer's books show the receipts of the year to have 
been from the following sources: 



Cash on hand Feb. 1, 1863, as Report of the Fi- 
nance Committee, 
Cash of John Kimball, taxes of 1861, 

« « «, .« 1862? 

" " " interest on taxes, 1861, 

ci « « « <t 186 2 5 

" on account of J. Morrison and 
Barnard Hoit, 
" William H. Buntin, taxes, 1863, 

" " interest on taxes, 1863, 

" County of Merrimack, support of paupers, 
" State of New Hampshire, aid to volunteers, 
" Moses Humphrey, for timber sold from farm, 
" • " land " « 

" " " timber " 

B. F. & D. Holden, for wood " " 
" Charles Nutting, for stone " " 

" Franklin Nutting, jr, " " " 

William G. Clark, 
" • State Treasurer, Railroad tax, 1863, 
" " " Literary Fund, " 

" William E. Chandler, rent of Marshal's office, 
D. D. Clark, for bridge plank, 
T. Stuart, sale of brick, 
J. C. A. Hill, for use of City Hall, 
J. B. Walker, 
• " Francis A. Fisk, on account of highway, 
'i Dwinnels, rent of house, 
'c Josiah Cooper, interest on school fund, 
' ' Sale of lots in Blossom Hill Cemetery, 
" Woods' Minstrels, (license,) 
" Morris " '* 

" Boston, Concord and Montreal R. R. Co., 
" State of New Hampshire for additional insur- 
ance on City Hall, 
Porter Dufar, 
" County of Merrimack, for roofing shed and for 

stove, 
" S.Dana, Police Justice, for fines and costs, 
" S. C. Badger, .Special Police Justice, 
" Town of Alexandria, 

".• " Woodstock, 

" " Epsom, 

" Warner, for support of Mrs. D. Tandy, 
" Auburn, " -John Jameson 

" Hill, " Heath, 

" Ossipee, ' ; C S. Brown, 

" Canaan, " B. F. Welch, 



$5,467 90 


427 36 


11.000 00 


36 87 


200 00 


10 00 


48.000 00 


100 00 


2.742 18 


17.073 81 


487 42 


26 50 


473 45 


376 50 


137 64 


30 00 


38 40 


6,617 56 


724 68 


12 50 


11 81 


2 70 


3 00 


3 00 


30 00 


3 00 


60 00 


515 75 


2 00 


2 00 


50 00 


57 81 


2 00 


64 15 


380 22 


97 19 


4 50 


24 00 


23 75 


9 50 


, 18 00 


67 85 


41 76 


36 08 



Paid th Selectmen of Ward 4, 16 00 

B. F. Gale, Circus license, 40 00 

« » balance bounty to volunteers, 14 05 

« State of New Hampshire, bounty to volunteers, 13.000 00 

Cash borrowed of Sibel Ann Merriam, 1.000 00 

N. H. Savings Bank, 700 00 

M. C. Pendexter, 500 00 

N. H. Savings Bank, 1200 00 

E. S. Gilman, 700 00 

M. G. Pendexter, 1.000 00 

N. H. Savings Bank, 800 00 

Enoch Gerrish, 800 00 

State Capital Bank, 1-700 00 

John Hoyt, 500 00 

State Capital Bank, 1.150 00 

1.500 00 

Amos Hoyt, 800 00 

Richard Locke, 200 00 

N. H. Savings Bank, 650 10 

State Capital Bank, 1.000 00 

Win. H. Hosmer, 1.000 00 

N. H. Savings Bank, 600 00 

5.000 00 

E. C. Davis, 2.000 00 

N. H. Savings Bank, 5.000 00 

William Graves, 1.200 00 

John Marstin, 500 00 

Joseph B. Walker, 2.000 00 

N. H. Savings Bank, 5.000 00 

John Kimball, 1.450 00 

Ann G. Merrill, 500 00 

Concord Savings Bank, 5.000 00 

Charles H. Carpenter, 2.000 00 

L. Downing & Sons, 5.000 00 

5.000 00 

« ' « " 2.000 00 

N. H. Savings Bank, 15.00/) 00 

Curtis White, 700 00 

James B. Fellows, 600 00 

Moses B. Abbott, 1.500 00 

Moses Humphrey, 1.000 00 

L. Downing & Son, 6.000 00 

John Kimball, 5.000 00 

Peter Sanborn, State Treasurer, 5.000 00 

Robert N. Corning, 2.000 00 

Horatio G. Belknap, 500 00 

James W. Webster, 800 00 

JohnL. Tallant, 1.000 00 



Cash borrowed of Isaac Clement, 


500 00 


Cash, premium < 


)n Bonds sold, 


239 42 


" interest on Bonds sold, 


150 03 


" Bonds sold, 


18,000 00 


Cash borrowed of "William Abbott, 


500 00 


" 


J. L. Pickering, 


1,000 00 


" 


Samuel Eastman, 


500 00 


" 


Jonathan Kittridge, 


• 1.150 00 


a 


James L. Carleton, 


1.100 00 


" 


Morrill Dunlap, 


500 00 


" 


Edward P. Farnum, 


2.300 00 


" 


Abel Baker, 


1.000 00 


(< 


Mary Ann Estabrook, 


500 00 


" 


Daniel C Allen, 


500 00 


" 


Enoch Grerrish, 


1.100 00 


u 


Charles Nutting, 


1.000 00 


({ 


Mary W. Hayward, 


500 00 


(( 


N. H. Savings Bank, 


5.000 00 


a 


Eliza J. Emerson, 


500 00 


<« 


W. H. Hosmer, 


1.100 00 


tc 


Enoch Grerrish, 


550 00 


l< 


Charlotte P. Perkins, 


1.200 00 


<< 


Hannah H. Page, 


1.000 00 


" 


King S. Hall, 


500 00 


CI " 


James Bodge, 


1.000 00 


u 


Daniel Burke, 


700 00 


a 


Susan Davis, 


1.875 00 


" 


John V. Barron, 


2.900 00 


" 


Barron & Dodge, 


2.000 00 


it 


State Capital Bank, 


1.000 00 


(< 


J. P. Bancroft, 


2.000 00 


« 


Ezra Ballard, 


1,000 00 




$257,977 34 



EXPENDITURES.* 

The Treasurer's books show the expenditures of the year to 
have been as follows : Paid by orders on the Treasurer, chargeable 
to their respective appropriations. 



Paid State Tax, 


$10,119 60 


County Tax, 


7.269 21 


Incidentals, 


8.273 43 


Roads and Bridges, 


3.257 05 


City Paupers, 


3.143 84 


County Paupers, 


4.026 55 


Police and Watch, 


3.852 43 


Salaries, 


4.862 17 


Printing and Stationery, 


1.043 78 


Fire Depertment, 


2.756 26 


Bounties to Conscripts, 


31.500 00 


Precinct, 


1.530 64 


Superintendent of Highways and Bridges, 


6.278 32 


School House Taxes, 


5.789 47 


Schools, 


13.351 29 


Public Library, 


300 00 


Professional Services, 


109 70 


Parsonage Funds, 


328 66 


Families of Volunteers, 


20.454 48 


Principal and interest of City debt, 


63.485 88 


Bounties to Volunteers, 


64.100 00 




$255,832 76 


Cash in the Treasury, Feb. 1, 1864, 


2.144 58 




$257,977 34 



* About nine thousand dollars of outstanding accounts and orders belong 
ing to the year 1862, have been paid this year; and by order of the Mayor, 
the orders for all those classes of bills and accounts which are allowed by the 
Committee on Accounts near the close of each year, and which have been 
customarily paid not until the next year, amounting to several thousand dol- 
lars, were sent to the Treasurer on or before the 1st of February, the amount 
in money constituting their aggregate set apart by the Treasurer to pay them 
and charged by him as paid within the last fiscal year. 



EXPENDITURES 



CITY OF CONCORD, 

FOR THE YEAR ENDING FEB. 1, 1864. 



State Tax. 

Paid State Treasurer, $10.119 60 

County Tax. 

Paid County Treasurer, $7,269 21 

School Orders. 



By balance of old appropriation, 1863, $3,826 61 

City appropriation, 1863, 8.800 00 

Literary Fund, from the State, 724 68 

High School tax, Union School District, 2.000 00 

$15,351 29 

Paid Robert B, Hoit, 40 94 

Robert B. Hoit, 69 41 

John Sawyer, 2d, 45 00 

Edson C. Eastman, 36 00 



Paid F. F. Elliott, 


116 00 


George F. Sanborn, 


3G 00 


George F. Sanborn, 


60 45 


Jacob Dow, 


583 44 


Henry E. Dow, 


10 00 


Timothy Carter, 


85 02 


Charles H. Merrill, 


44 73 


F. J. Emerson, 


25 00 


F. J. Emerson, 


60 51 


Daniel Farnum, 


77 62 


John Ballard, 


40 00 


John Ballard, 


41 89 


Nathan Lovejoy, 


72 68 


William H. Proctor, 


75 00 


"William H. Proctor, 


45 64 


Charles W. Hazeltine, 


125 80 


John Jarvis, 


115 57 


Joseph T. Clongh, 


119 32 


Albert Stevens, 


120 34 


John TV Gilman, 


71 84 


James C. Bartlett, 


37 48 


James C Bartlett, 


60 00 


George H. Sanborn, 


56 22 


Thomas D. Potter, 


87 73 


J. G. Holmes, 


74 42 


James Ash, 


24 33 


Kobert K. Buswell, 


25 67 


Thomas C. Capen, 


179 79 


W. S. Curtis, 


79 27. 


James Blake, 


121 93 


H. A. Kendall, 


187 07 


John S. Brown, 


242 00 


H. Knowlton, 


638 31 


Philip S^ark, 


37 38 


John L. Tallant, 


154 01 


George W. West, 


103 98 


Benjamin A. Hall, 


40 16 


Alfred M. Hills, 


45 00 


P. B. Cogswell, Union School District, 


8.920 34 




-$13,351 29 



* School House Taxes. 

Paid Samuel Merriam, 160 00 

M. Richardson, 14 26 



10 



T. F. Elliott, 


130 00 


Horatio Gr. Belknap, 


45 00 


Jeremiah S. Noyes, 


2.000 00 


Charles E. Kobinson, 


300 00 


Jeremiah S. Noyes, 


2.000 00 


Samuel Merriam, 


175 00 


Joseph B. Walker, 


350 00 


David Abbott, 


582 58 


G-eorge K. Weeks, 


32 63 



Pauper Account. 



By Appropriation April, 1863, $1,500 00 

cash from the County of Merrimack, 2.742 18 

town of Alexandria, 4 50 

Woodstock, 24 00 

Epsom, 23 00 

Warner, 9 50 

Auburn, 18 00 

Hill, 67 85 

Ossipee, 41 76 

Canaan, 36 08 

for wood and timber from farm, 1.337 37 

stone, " 206 04 

land, 26 50 



$5,789 47 



$6,036 78 



City Paupers. 

Paid A. Gr. Saltmarsh, 8 25 

Town of Boscawen, 7 00 

Josiah Stevens, 1 75 

Ephraim Grilman, 1 00 

Edward Arlin, for board, 4 00 

Estate of Charles Smart, 3 59 

City of Manchester, 11 50 

J. M. Jones, wood for paupers, 23 49 

J. R. Hayward, 8 00 



11 

Paid City Farm, tax for the year 1862, 
W. H. Morrill, 
N. H. Asylum, 
Charles Doty, 
Hardy & Hoyt, 

W. H. Hosrner, for medical attendance, 
M. Emery, for visits and med. attendance to J. Arlin, 
Benj. Gage, shoes to pauper, 

D. S. Webster, wood, 
David Abbott, wood to pauper, 
John A. Coburn, 

E. Gr. Kilburn, goods for paupers, 
Town of Canterbury, for assistance rendered Mary 

Elliott and son, 

A. Gr. Saltmarsh, wood to paupers, 
Town of Croydon, support of Hannah Elliott, 6 weeks, 
J. M. Jones, wood to paupers, 
Joseph Brown, 
Joseph Brown, 

B. S. Warren, medical services, 
George Main, 
H. H. & J. S. Brown, 

Seth B. Hoit, services rendered a city pauper, 
J. M. Jones, wood for D. R. Tandy, 
Edward Arlin, support of Arlin child, 
J. P. Stickney, house rent, 
Thomas Dodge, of Bennington, 
A. Gr. Saltmarsh, wood for paupers, 
Jefferson Noyes, house rent for paupers, 
H. W. Ranlet, wood for paupers, 
James M. Jones, wood for paupers, 
N. H. Asylum, support of inmates, 
J. A. Merriam &. Co., goods to Moses Sargent, 
John A. West, goods for Mrs. W. Randall, 
Dr. W. H. Smart, medical attendance, 
J. R. Hayward, goods to paupers, 
Joseph Brown, 

A. Gr. Saltmarsh, wood to paupers, 
G. K. Knowles, board of a son, 
E. S. Gilman, on account of city farm, 
George Brackett, for a pauper, 

C. C. Webster, goods for paupers, 
C. C. Doty, for Mrs. James Cogswell, 
W. H. Devens, house refit for Olive Atwood, 
Edward Arlin, 

John Carter, board of sister, 
George Brackett, board of pauper, 

» J. H. Merriam, one month rent for Arlin, 



17 72 


2 50 


149 61 


68 84 


12 25 


2 75 


9 75 


1 75 


28 37 


16 58 


7 00 


40 92 


36 94 


21 50 


15 00 


7 50 


24 00 


9 00 


5 00 


5 00 


1 00 


88 


5 00 


3 00 


5 00 


15 00 


13 75 


3 00 


5 50 


2 50 


89 24 


15 80 


9 00 


48 00 


28 00 


13 00 


16 50 


19 50 


100 00 


11 00 


6 00 


17 00 


12 00 


5 00 


19 50 


2 00 


1 50 



12 

A. G. Saltniarsh, wood to city paupers, 24 75 
J. R. Hayward, for goods to paupers, 16 00 

B. F. Gale, assistance to paupers, 3 00 
Thomas Dodge, board of pauper, 11 25 
Jefferson Noyes, rent for pauper, 3 00 
A. Gr. Saltmarsli, wood for city paupers, 8 25 
George Pecker, goods for city paupers, 7 00 
N. H. Asylum, board and care of inmates, 164 62 
Edward Arlin, board of Arlin child, 6 50 
Jefferson Noyes, house rent, 3 30 
Frank H. Locke, wood to city paupers, 8 25 
J. A. Coburn, 4 50 
Peter Dudley, 2 00 
George Main, house rent for paupers, 6 00 
Win. H. Smart, medical services, 26 00 
M. A. Lewey, taking care of her father, 54 00 
J. R. Hayward, goods for pauper, 18 00 

D. S. Webster wood for pauper, 33 00 
Frank Locke, wood for paupers, 13 75 
J. M. Jones, wood for pauper, 13 75 
Mrs. B. F. Welch, rent of house, 6 00 

E. G. Kilburn, goods delivered to paupers, 100 76 

A. G. Saltmarsli, wood for paupers, 9 00 
David B. Story, goods for paupers, 14 77 
House of Reformation, board of inmates, 104 13 
Joseph Brown, for services, 1150 
J. R. Hayward, goods to paupers, 8 00 
Gardner Knowles, boarding his son, 19 50 
Frank H. Locke, wood to paupers, 21 25 
N. H. Asylum, board of inmates, 167 66 

B. F. Gale, expenses for paupers, 29 58 
J. R. Hayward, goods to paupers, 12 00 
Mrs. E. Walker, rent for paupers, 6 00 
Edward Arlin, board of pauper, 5 50 
Wm. H. Devens, rent for paupers, 12 00 
Mrs. B. F. Welch, rent of house one month, 2 50 
George Main, rent for paupers, 6 00 
Thomas Dodge, board for pauper, 14 25 
Frank H. Locke, wood for pauper, 21 88 
Hardy & Hoit, goods for pauper, 34 00 
Noyes & Bean, goods for pauper, 16 50 
J. R. Hayward, goods for pauper, 11 00 
Eranldin Evans," 2 00 
Mrs. B. F. Welch, house rent, 2 50 
John Carter, board, 19 50 

F. H. Locke, wood, 18 50 
A. G. Saltmarsli, wood for paupers, 31 50 
Calvin Roberts, goods for paupers, 12 50 



13 

Paid Charles W. Harvey, goods for paupers, 28 00 

John Jameson, board for paupers, 12 00 

George Main, rent for paupers, 6 00 

John Lee, rent for James Goodrich, 4 00 

Charles C. Clark, goods for pauper, 14 98 

B. F. Gale, wood for paupers, 15 25 

J. R. Hay-ward, goods for paupers, 21 00 

Cyrus W. Paige, wood for paupers, 3 50 

J. G. Holmes, wood, 1 75 

J. F. Sargent, 3 00 

Mrs. B. F. Welch, rent, 2 50 

Edward Arlin, board, 4 00 

E. S. Gilman, hired help at city farm, 136 00 
T. E. Clough, Banbury, 31 50 
Frank H. Locke, 48 75 
C C. Doty, ' 39 00 
E- G, Kilburn, 79 25 
Joseph Brown, 5 50 
N. H. Asylum, for city paupers, 202 18 

A. G. Saltmarsh, for city paupers, 26 00 
J. R. Hayward, for city paupers, 16 36 
Calvin Roberts, for city paupers, 50 00 
Willis & Harris, 39 00 
House of Reformation, for city paupers, 65 58 
Noyes & Bean, for city paupers, 8 87 
Franklin Evans, for city paupers, 6 00 

F. A. Fisk, for city paupers, 17 00 
E. B. Knowlton, for city paupers, 14 00 
J. S. Noyes, for city paupers, 28 50 
Mrs. H. Walker, for city paupers, 9 00 
J. A. West, for city paupers, 5 00 
W. Gilman, for city paupers. 6 59 
Calvin Thorn, for city paupers, 1 75 
John Jameson, for city paupers, 6 00 

B. F. Dunldee. for city paupers, 2 50 

C. C. Webster, for city paupers, 2 00 
C. W. Harvey, for city paupers, _ 2 00 
City Farm, tax for the year 1862* 17 72 

Amount of City Pauper Account, §3.143 84 

* This tax was paid once before, and will be refunded. 



County Paupers. 

Paid S. Abbie Welch, $4 00 



14 ' < 

PaidW. H. Smart, 90 50 

J. B. Merrill, 10 °0 

Joseph Mansur, 6 50 

A. G. Saltmarsb, 27 50 
Ira Palmer, 20 00 
G. & E. Hutehins, 41 25 
Moses Humphrey, 13 54 

«t 2 00 

John Kimball, 12 23 

J. P. Stickney, , 4 80 

B. P. Dunklee, 2 00 

C. McMichael, 2 33 
James Eastman, 2 50 
James M. Jones, 27 05 
Bradbury Gill, n 40 
T. J. Carpenter, 18 00 
W. H. Hosmer, 39 l7 
Mrs. J. Whittier, 12 11 
Milton Boyce, 6 60 
Mrs. Sarah E. Foster,. 30 75 
George W. Hoit, 17 50 
Hardy & Hoit, 96 75 
J. Putney & Co., 6 00 
Joseph Eastman, 32 00 
John A. West, 1° 00 
Franklin Evans, 105 25 
H. W. Ranlet & Co., 10 00 
C. C. Webster, I 8 °° 
B. F. Gale, 7 75 
Willis & Harris, 71 50 
E. G. Kilburn, 1° °° 
Joseph Mansur, 2 50 
W. H. Hosmer, 2 75 
A. G. Saltmarsb, 40 50 
Webster & Remick, 20 50 
James M. Jones, 12 50 
J. B. Morrill, 4 50 
H. P. Rolfe, 6 50 
Christopher Hart, 4 °° 
H. M. Moore, 1° °° 
Joseph Brown, 29 50 
Mary E. Herbert, 3 00 
Albert Foster, 7 25 
Northern Railroad, 5 33 
Concord and Claremont Railroad, 50 
Joseph A. Walker, 3 °° 
Mrs. Sarah Morrill, 5 00 
A. G. Saltmarsb, 33 °° 



15 



D. S. Palmer, 

Joseph Mansur, 

N. P. Fogg, 

Concord, Manchester & Lawrence Railroad, 

S. Abbie Welch, 

Mrs. Linard, 

James M. Jones, 

Ira Palmer, 

David Silver, 

H. M. Moore, i 

Moses Carter, 

W. H. Smart, 

J. B. MorriU, 

William Abbott, 

A- G. Saltmarsh, 

D. S. Palmer, 

S. Abbie Welch, 

J. A. West, 

J. M. Jones, 

Joseph Brown, 

B. F. Gale, 
John L. Tallant, 
J. B. Morrill, 
John B. Watson, 
D. S. Palmer, 

George and Ephraim Hutchins, 

C. C. Webster, 
Mrs. Mary Griffin, 

D. B. Story, 
Henry R. Roers, 
George Main, 
Ira Palmer, 
Milton Boyce, 
David Silver, 

C. C. Doty, 

T. J. Carpenter, 
H. M. Moore, 
J. B. Morrill, 
S. Abbie Welch, 
Jefferson Noyes, 
Jefferson Noyes, 

D. S. Palmer, 
J. M. Jones, 

A. G. Saltmarsh, 
J. R. Hayward, 
George Main, 
J. A. Holmes, 
Christopher Hart, 



3 00 
2 50 
2 00 
2 50 
6 00 

8 00 

9 79 
20 00 

6 00 

5 00 
10 00 
74 50 

2 50 
24 00 
19 25 

6 00 

2 50 
9 00 

12 50 

14 50 

13 70 

4 65 

3 50 

5 00 
3 00 

16 50 

31 50 

3 40 

3 00 

2 50 

6 00 

15 34 
12 75 

6 00 

2 00 
9 00 

10 00 

3 25 

4 00 
3 00 
3 00 
3 00 
6 75 

19 50 
24 00 

3 00 
1 95 

4 00 



16 

Paid J. P. Stickney, 5 00 

Johu Kimball, 5 70 

J. B. Morrill, 3 00 

A. G. Saltmarsh, H 00 
D. S. Palmer, 3 00 

B. F. Dunklee, 2 50 
B. F. Dunklee, 3 00 
Mrs. Mary Griffin, 4 00 
George Pecker, 10 37 
Henry H. Roers, 7 50 
Ira Palmer, 16 00 
Mrs. V. Wbittier, 22 00 
Putnam & Bean, , 2 79 
S. M. Emery, 7 50 
J. B. Morrill, 3 75 
H. M. Moore, 5 00 
S. Abbie Welch, 4 50 
Frank H. Locke, 8 25 
J. R.Hayward, 16 02 
T. J. Carpenter, 9 00 
John Lee, 8 00 
James Morrison, 4 50 
William Abbott, 25 39 



A. Tandrean, 



.David Abbott, 
D. S. Palmer, 
J. S. Rollins, 



D. S. Webster, 



D. S. Palmer, 



16 00 



David Silver, 9 00 

Peter Dudley, 4 00 



2 57 

3 00 

4 04 



H. Abbott, 33 66 

O. P. Fowler, 3 38 



7 25 



Frank H. Locke, n 30 

Sarah Chandler, 6 00 

A. a. Saltmarsh, 5 50 
Joseph Brown, 60 °° 
E. G. Kilburn, 43 00 
Milton Boyce, 9 75 
Caldwell & Amsden, 3 25 
J.M.Jones, 2 62 
Timothy Haynes, 24 ^ 
J. R. Hay ward, 

B. F. Dunklee, 
Mrs. Michael Coleman, 

Ira Palmer, 20 °? 

6 00 



10 00 
6 00 
6 00 



Henry H. Roers, 7 50 

David Silver, 6 00 



n 



Frank H. Locke 



David Silver, 
John Lee, 



27 50 



2 00 

9 00 

10 00 

10 00 

2 70 



Daniel Harden, 
Christopher Hart, 
Mrs. Mary Griffin, 
J. R. Hayward, 
James M. Blake, 
Mr. Michael Coleman, 
B. F. Gale, 4 78 

B. F. Gale, 95 61 

A. R. Carter, 3 °9 

Henry Martin, l 5U 

3 00 

13 00 



J. B. Morrill, 

John A. West, 

Mrs. Sarah E. Foster, 24 75 

G. &E. Hutchins, 2 < 50 

Horace Abbott, 13 73 

James G. Andrews, . 8 [JO 

H. W. Eanlet & Co., 

Mrs. Mary Labonta, 

George W. Moulton, 

O. P. Fowler, 

John Batch elder, 

Pratt & Coburn, 

Joseph F. Gage, 

Samuel F. Calef, 



2 50 

2 00 
60 

3 00 
7 60 
5 00 

25 93 



Robert Carley, J \ 

H. Johnson, 

Benjamin F. Moulton, 

Frank H.Locke, 26 64 

D. S. Palmer, 

J. R. Hayward, 

H. M. Moore, 

Alexander Nichols, ' - 33 00 

Jefferson Noyes, 7 50 

Jefferson Noyes, 3 75 

Hardy & Hoyt, 98 16 

Mrs. Susan F. King, 1 50 

J. B. Morrill, 3 00 



75 
6 00 



3 00 
12 00 
17 50 



3 00 
00 



Remick& Cochran, 175 27 

Webster & Remick, 1Q 2 25 

Milton Boyce, 9 7o 

B. F. Gale, 16 40 

Noyes & Bean, 10 00 

Albert Webster, 39 10 

D. S. Palmer, , 3 00 
2 



18 

Frank H. Locke, 45 00 

Mrs. C. J. Moulton, 8 00 

J. B. Morrill, 3 75 

Bradbury Gill, 12 00 

Bradbury Grill, 12 00 

Franklin Evans, 47 65 

W. H. Smart, 236 50 

Calvin Roberts, 19 00 

J. B. Hayward, 8 00 

J. A. Holmes, 1 50 

David Silver, 3 00 

Jefferson Noyes, 3 75 
H. C. Sanborn, s 4 00 

George W. Moulton, 2 00 

David Davis, 3 00 

A. G. Saltmarsh, 10 75 
Ira Palmer, 26 00 
T. J. Carpenter, 9 00 
W. H. Hosmer, 24 00 

B. F. Gale, 3 00 
Charles W. Harvey, 4 00 
H. M. Moore, 11 00 
Frank H. Locke, 75 75 
Joseph Brown, 54 50 

C. C. Doty, 4 50 

E. G. Kilburn, 11 40 
Henry H. Boers, 7 50 

D. S. Palmer, 3 00 
Bemick & Cochran, 67 10 
Willis & Harris, 174 50 
C. C. Webster, 52 50 
A. G. Saltmarsh, . 11 25 
Franklin Evans, 17 50 
Albert Webster, 29 00 
Albert Foster, 20 35 
H. Abbott, 19 50 
Northern Bailroad, 10 67 
G. & E. Hutchins, 22 00 
Mary Lee, 15 00 
T. J, Sawyer, 12 75 
Bradbury Gill, r , 12 00 

F. A. Fisk, 9 67 
J. B. Hayward, ' 10 00 
Noyes & Bean, 8 62 
Putnam & Bean, 6 42 
H. C. Sanborn, 9 00 
Jefferson Noyes, 3 75 
Milton Boyce, 9 75 



19 

Joseph Eastman, 6 00 

Mrs. M. Williamson, 4 00 

James Morrison, 4 50 

Olive P. Koby, 6 00 

John A. Holmes, , 4 42 

David Davis, 3 00 



Amount paid for County Paupers, $4,026 55 

Amount paid for City Paupers, 3.143 84 

Total,' $7.170 39 

Overdrawn,, $1,133 61 



Parsonage Fund. 

Paid Josiah Cooper, 

Edw. A. Abbott, Treasurer St. Paul Parish, 

Jehiel D. Knight, West, Congregational Church, 

James Morgan, Pleasant Street Baptist Society, 

Moses Humphrey, Universalist Society, 

John Jarvis, East Congregational, 

J. C. A. Hill, Unitarian Society, 

H. B. Foster, First Baptist Society, 

Hazen Pickering, South Congregational, 

E. A. Abbott, Episcopalian, 

Asa P. Tenney, West Congregational, 

North Congregational Church, 

Pleasant Street Baptist, 

Methodist, 

South Freewill Baptist, 
John A. Holmes, Cong'l Society at Fisherville, 
William H. Allen, Baptist Society at Fisherville, 
John A. Holmes, Methodist Society at Fisherville, 
John A. Holmes, Christian Society at Fisherville, 
John A. Holmes, Freewill Baptist Soc, at Fishervillej 

$328 66 



Salaries. 

By balance of old appropriation, $471 42 

Appropriation April, 1863, 3.300 00 

3.771 00 



8 20 


19 93 


13 42 


7 72 


22 77 


13 82 


25 91 


23 92 


36 17 


28 56 


17 40 


40 54 


8 


22 60 


6 97 


11 88 


12 70 


3 00 


3 13 


; i 55 



20 

Paid John Y. Mngridge, fti on oo 

WiHiam A Hod/don, » JJ ° 

J.B.Walker, . lft ftn 

William Ballard, , °° 

Moses H. Farnuni, a "" 

Samuel Merriam, .r - n 

Moses Humphrey, 2n 5 r ™ 

Moses Humphrey, £00 00 

Stephen C. Badger, ^ ° 5 °o 

&. O. Jameson, 47lR 

Benjamin F. Gale,' l R n ? 

J. B. Knight, £6 °' 

Samuel Merriam, . £ °? 

Sylvester Stevens, ?« « ft 

Nathaniel Kolfe, 99 *" 

Moses Humphrey, 9 nn no 

Board of Education 

Thomas D. Potter, 

Isaiah S. Kobinson, 

George P. Meserve, 22 40 

John B. Curtis. 



225 00 
3 50 



80 
19 50 

15 40 

16 50 
16 50 
16 50 



uv^u jj. \uurus, 18 on 

Moses H. Farnum, }? ™ 

Henry Martin, 
Jefferson Noyes, 
Moses H. Bradley, 
Nicholas Quimby, 
Abraham G. Jones, 

JohnD.Teel, , ^0 

Lorenzo K. Peacock, , fi * ft 

Charles W. Hazeltine, }g q5 

Samuel Merriam, 32 30 

Thomas D. Potter, 97 nn 

William D Colby, £ $g 

Ezra Ballard, 24 7n 

Wentworth G. Shaw, 19 80 

Benjamin F. Gale, 20 90 

Josiah Cooper, 19 20 

Amos Hadley, 50 00 

William H. Brown, 

John Kimball, 

Richard M. Ordway, 

Samuel Hutchins, 

Asa R, Chamberlin, 

Edward Runnels, 

George L. Reed, 

Moses H. Bean, 

Albert G. Bow, 

Samuel M. Locke, 



5 00 
700 00 
5 00 
5 00 
5 00 
5 00 
5 00 
5 00 
5 00 
5 00 



21 



Daniel C. Tenney, 5 00 

George Partridge, 5 00 

John K. Abbott, 5 00 

Enoch G. Kilburn, 5 00 

Jacob N. Woodward, 5 00 

Curtis White, 5 00 

Jeremiah Kimball, 5 00 

Charles P. Virgin, 5 00 

Lewis L. Mower, 5 00 

James M. Otis, 5 00 

James M. Otis, 5 00 

L. S. Flanders, 5 00 

Jacob E. Hutchins, 5 00 

Henry S. Hodgdon, 5 00 

Henry K. Leaver, 5 00 

Amos Blanchard, 5 00 

Joseph T. Clough, 5 00 

Alfred L. Marden, 5 00 

Lyman K. Hall, 5 00 

Samuel C. Eastman, 5 00 

David Abbott, 25 00 

E. S. Gilman, 350 00 

J. C. A. Hill, 100 00 

Cyrus T. Moore, ■ 40 00 

Samuel F. Brown, 5 78 

Board of Education, 225 00 

William A, Hodgdon, 75 00 

Nathan Chandler, 20 00 

Charles Smith, 20 00 

William A. Hodgdon, 75 00 

Hiram Dow, 33 00 

Enos Blake, 36 00 

E. O. Jameson, 60 00 

W. A. Hodgdon, 101 39 

J. C. A. Hill, 75 00 

Sylvester Dana, - 250 00 

John Y. Mugridge, 100 00 

Jacob N. Flanders, 16 00 

William H. Brown, 5 00 

W. H. Allen, 44 56 

Thomas D. Potter, 26 90 

Nicholas Quimby, 15 30 

Josiah Cooper, 15 00 

Lorenzo K. Peaeock, 13 20 

Charles W. Hazeltine, 4 50 

John L. Tallant, 4 00 

Ezra Ballard, 39 90 

W. G. Shaw, 35 00 



22 



Wm. D. Colby, 




31 90 


Abraham G. Jones, 




3 30 


George P. Meserve, 




3 10 


Samuel Merriam, 




98 85 


Josiah Stevens, 




40 00 


Moses Farnum, 




3 00 


Thomas D. Potter, 




15 16 

$4,862 17 




Overdrawn, 


$1,090 75 



Fire Department. 

By balance of old appropriation carried to new account, $1,007 81 
Appropriation, April, 1863, 2.500 00 





$3,507 81 


Paid T. J. Carpenter, 


$43 05 


Concord Gas Light Company, 


560 


H. W. Ranlet & Co., 


25 18 


Ordway & Robinson, 


18 85 


Franklin Evans, 


9 00 


Hunneman & Co., 


4 00 


George S. Dennett, 


9 29 


John Kimball, 


961 44 


H. W. Ranlet & Co., 


27 17 


J. C. Dunklee, 


22 00 


Henry A. Hall & Co., 


3 21 


Thomas Smith, 


3 00 


Gust Walker, 


6 90 


Concord Gas Light Company, 


4 90 


William H. Buntin, 


1.416 51 


Peter Dudley, 


23 00 


John N. Speed, 


5 50 


Warde, Humphrey & Co., 


52 48 


John R. Hubbard, 


27 09 


W. P. Rich, 


2 00 


Hunneman & Co., 


6 75 


George Brackett, 


7 65 


Cochran & White, 


9 25 - 


Charles W. Harvey, 


1 92 


A. T. Sanger, 


54 67 


Concord, Manchester & Lawrence Railroad, 


5 85 


. 


$2,756 26 



Balance of appropriation carried to new account, 



$751 55 



23 

\ 

Incidentals 



j appropriation, April, 1863, 


$2,400 00 


Balance of old appropriation, 


531 23 




$2,931 23 


dd Wm. A. Hodgdon, 


10 81 


John Cheney, 


14 15 


R. Button, 


1 50 


John Kimball, 


5 50 


James M. Jones, 


2 25- 


Morrill & Silsby, 


107 97 


C. C. Davis, 


9 75 


Thomas B. Tamblyn, 


4 02 


Thomas Rattray, 


25 do 


C. C. Davis, 


7 00 


R. M. Ordway, 


1 37 


T. A. Hill and N. G. Ordway, 


11 95 


Concord Gas Light Company, 


40 43 


H. W. Ranlet & Co., 


10 00 


G. W. Drew & Co., 


12 00 


John Cheney, 


7 30 


D. A. Hill, 


5 88 


G. W. & W. H. Brown, 


33 25 


Fogg & Hadley, 


45 50 


Hill & Ordway, 


75 00 


John Kimball, 


18 84 


Shadrach Seavey, 


100 00 


H. G. Kayes, 


11 50 


John Cheney, 


10 85 


George W. Drew, 


18 00 


Committee on reception of Second Regt. 


652 03 


A. C. Warren, 


4 00 


H. G. Kayes, 


31 50 


Enoch Jacobs, 


25 00 


John B. Watson, 


15 00 


John Cheney, 


6 00 


H. W. Ranlet & Co., 


11 08 


Isaac Clement, 


98 


E. C. Ferrin, 


12 00 


J. L. Pickering, 


22 44 


R. C. Osgood, 


31 50 


Jonathan Kimball, 


4 76 


John Cheney, 


7 75 


James E. Rand, 


6 25 


W. A. Hodgdon, 


51 58 


Geo. and Ephraim Hutchins, 


8 00 



24 

D. Breed, 

Charles P. Virgin, ^ *? 

John T. Gilman, ® ^ 

Julia Hunt, |? ™ 

John B. Watson, . .f" ^ 

James E. Band, 2 ™ 

J. A. Coburn, 2q 41 

Putnam & Bean, 29 00 

John Drury, Q7 - n 

Almeda S. Puffer, H ™ 

Mrs. Sarah A. Drury, Tn on 

?&** 

C. Roberts & Co., 

Pifield Tucker, 

James M. Dwinnells, 

John Cheney, 

Mrs. John Brown, t\ 

b. c. Osgood, ro '* 

William Butterfield, „ il 

Wm.A.Hodgdon, % ° 6 ° 3 



Ordway & Hoit, 
James E. Band, 



Concord Gas Light Company, 



5 99 
4 25 
4 71 



? 75 00 



9 25 

T i r u ™ was **&>*> company, 36 75 

John Cheney, l „ n 

Nathaniel White, hi'hS 

A. G. Howe, 2 ^ °° 

Nicholas Quimby, * „n 

Charles C. Bean, 

Benjamin Merrill, 

D. Breed, 

Enoch Currier, 

Joseph C. Vesper, 

Isaac C. Vesper, 

H. G-. Kayes, , 9 , 

L. L. Moore, 

Wm. II Smart, 

Woodbridge Odlin, 

James E. Band, 

John Buswell, 

Chandler Eastman, 

D -<>. Perley, i 

Whidden& Warren, ^nn 

Thomas B.Tamblyn. n « °° 

K. C. Osgood, 45 31 

Joseph A. Gilmore, reception of 5th & 15th 



8 00 

1 05 

2 50 
2 00 
1 00 



1 00 

237 00 

50 00 

4 50 

50 00 



25 



James E. Rand, 3 00 

John Abbott, 73 00 

John Marston, 30 00 

R C. Osgood, 75 50 

E. A. Moulton, 7 58 

Joseph Eastman, 20 00 

Joshua Palmer, 2 50 

George F. Whittredge, 22 00 

Warde, Humphrey & Co., 2 78 

Dr. "Josiah Crosby, 55 00 

Dr. Gilman Kimball, 50 00 

Dr. Dixi Crosby, 25 00 

Hon. John P. Hale, 235 00 

Orrin Clisby, 6 00 

Cyrus T. Moore, 46 00 

John Cheney, 9 38 

James H. Chase, 29 58 

B. F. Gale, 6 25 

John Whittaker, S 00 

B. F. Gale, 84 46 

John H. George, 48 52 

J. H. George, Ex. Frost v. Concord, 2.656 16 

Peter Dudley & Son, 1 00 

George W. Moulton, 2 00 

Rhoda C. Farnum, 15 00 

Putnam & Bean, 6 00 

R. C. Osgood, 30 25 

B. F. Gale, 9 00 

John Cheney, 9 09 

Win. A. Hodgdon, 3 50 

Abbott Saltmarsh, 3 00 

Jefferson Noyes, 9 35 

James E. Rand, 15 00 

William H. Buntin, 21 52 

John Connell, 27 17 

Ira A. Eastman, 82 19 

John H. George, 82 78 

John H. Goodhue, 3 00 
George, Foster & Sanborn, (Execution Nealey 

vs. Concord,) 261 22 

Morrill Shepherd, (damage.) 25 00 

B. F. Gale, ' 20 36 
John Cheney, 10 76 
J. C. A. Hill, 29 80 

C. A. Farnum, 11 05 
Conner & Webster, 14 34 
Fogg & Hadley, 4 50 
H. C. Sanborn, 1 00 



26 



Moses Brown, 


4 33 


David J. Abbott, 


45 00 


Charles Hutchins, 


3 21 


H. W. Robinson. 


2 10 


R. M. Ordway, 


4 16 


B. F. Gale, ' 


7 50 


Joshua F. Brown , 


7 50 


John R. Doane, 


30 00 


J. G. Hill, 


10 75 


N. H. Savings Bank,. 


10 00 


Simeon Abbott, 


60 00 


James E. Rand, 


3 00 


George S. Dennett 


4 00 


Ordway & Hill, 


88 99- 


W. H. Buntin, 


58 23 


John Cheney, 


14 30 


B. F. Gale, 


106 43 


Frost & Merrill, 


38 94 


Daniel A. Hill, 


8 75 


Mead, Mason & Co., (Rebuilding of 


city 


stable,) 


302 26 


Concord Brigade Band, 


21 00 


Ira Perley, 


70 00 


J. L. Pickering, 


40 28 


Fowler & Chandler, 


82 92 


Levi Call, 


14 65 


H. W. Ranlet & Co.- 


27 08 


W. E. Chandler, 


12 25 


E. G. Moore, 


15 00 


James H. Chase y 


2 00 


A. H. Robinson, 


5 00 


T. W. Sanborn, 


3 00 


Cady Clark, 


2 00 


Charles W. Harvey.. 


1 12 







Over drawn appropriation, $342 20 

Roads and Bridges. 

By appropriation, April, 1863, 2 000 00 

Balance of old appropriation, 3 059 n 



5,059 11 



Paid George F. Sanborn, 7 00 

John Blake, 5 50 



21 



J. P. Boyes, 


5 00 


W. D. Colby, 


16 75 


Moses Humphrey, 


290 62 


Rufus Virgin, 


16 00 


Robert K. Buswell, 


1 80 


Levi Call, 


2 15 


George W. West, 


16 71 


Isaac Emery, 


49 10 


W. K. Holt, 


3 00 


Town of Pembroke, 


11 86 


Concord Gas Light Co., 


2 25 


Samuel Clifford, 


8 00 


J. S. Hoit, 


2 00 


George Hutcbins, 


1 00 


N. G. Ordway, (land on Warren St.,) 


1.171 80 


N. J. Mead, 


7 37 


Charles Stark, 


1 50 


A. H. Merrill, 


100 


Benjamin Merrill, * 


83 


D. i>. Clark, 


7 10 


Robert B. Hoit, 


10 90 


George W. West, 


11 42 


F. J. Emerson, 


3 50 


J. F. Clark, 


15 02 


Pecker & Eastman, 


21 73 


S. D. Colby, 


4 45 


C. H. V. Cavis, 


4 50 


John K. Abbott, 


8 90 


R. B. Hoit, 


3 85 


Rufus Virgin, 


5 50 


Oliver Turner, 


6 00 


Moses Brown, 


2 25 


T. C. Capen, 


2 00 


Zebulon Smith, 


8 20 


F. J. Emerson, 


15 78 


George Frye, 


121 36 


D. D. Clark, 


29 97 


D. D. Clark, 


200 00 


Harvey Chase, 


3 45 


George W. West, 


71 47 


J. P. Boyce, 


47 20 


F. R. Currier, 


4 40 


D. S. Webster, 


10 00 


L. Holt, 


12 40 


James E. Brown, 


3 90 


Charles C. Bean, 


89 37 


J. A. Holmes, 


6 50 


C. C. Clark, 


4 37 



28 



George S. Nye, 

William B. Durgin,, 

Alfred G. Abbott, 

John Abbott, 

John Wheeler, 

Simeon Abbott, 

Henry E. Dow, 

Alfred C. Abbott, 

R. G. Cutting, 

J. G. Holmes, 

Lewis Page, 

George Frye, 

G. W. West, 

C. & J. C. Gage, 

Jobn H. Abbott, 

Henry Fisk, 

T. D. Wheeler, 

Aaron Fay, 

J. Batchelder, 

B. C. & Montreal, R. R. 

H. H. Brown, 

Lewis Page, 

Robert Hoit, 

Enoch Jackman, 

B. F. Gale, 

John Corliss, 

Charles Graham, 

Sawyer Blanchard, 

Daniel Farnum, 

Alfred C. Abbott, 

W.D.Colby, 

G. F. Sanborn, 

E. Jackman, 

Amos Hoitt, 

A. 0. Speed, 

David Abbott, 

John Abbott, 

Putnam & Bean, 



Balance of appropriation carried to new account, $L,802 06 

Printing and Stationery. - 

By balance of old appropriation carried to new account, $151 64 
Appropriation April, 1863, 550 00 



5 25 


6 72 


4 50 


31 00 


2 50 


65 57 


10 50 


3 00 


19 59 


11 88 


52 33 


85 62 


88 77 


21 91 


11 85 


8 56 


92 01 


3 15 


3 12 


1 00 


59 21 


12 12 


45 80 


7 16 


16 06 


48 88 


14 00 


20 62 


10 00 


2 50 


1 50 


24 70 


11 23 


21 00 


3 00 


30 10 


32 88 


9 73 


q or"? rtt 





$701 64 



29 



Paid Fogg, Hadley & Co., 
Frederick S. Crawford, 
P. B. Cogswell, 
Fogg & Hadley, 
William Butterfield, 
McFarland & Jenks, 
E. C. Eastman, 
Morrill & Silsby, 
Fogg & Hadley, 
Gr. Parker Lyon, 



$523 25 


6 60 


106 00 


56 50 


35 25 


131 86 


48 33 


97 37 


34 62 


4 00 


^ 1 \ °. 7 ft 





Overdrawn, $342 14 



Superintendent of Highways. 

By balance of old appropriaton, $510 43 

Appropriation April, 1863, 6.000 00 



$6,510 43 
Paid Moses Humphrey, $778 32 

Benjamin F. Gale, 5.500 00 

$6,278 32 

Balance carried to new account, $232 11 



Professional Services. 

By balance of old appropriation, $181 14 



Paid Ira Perley, 

Minot & Mugridge, 


$60 00 
49 70 


$109 70 






Balance carried to new account, 


$71 44 


Public Library. 






By appropriation April, 1863, 




$300 00 


Paid Frederick S. Crawford, 




$300 00 



. Police and Watch. 

By appropriation, April, 1863, $1,200 00 



30 

Balance of old appropriation, 279 32 

Borrowed by the Treasurer on authority of a reso- 
lution passed by the City Council, 2,373 11 



$3,852 43 



Paid Brainard & Hutchinson, $62 43 

John B. Watson, special police service, 331 20 

John Kimball, services and articles for Mar- 
shal's office, 43 11 
Concord Gas Light Co., gas for city Mar- 
shal's office, 
White & Dennett, work and lumber for lobby, 
Ordway & Bobinson, work &c, for lobby, 
John B. Watson, police services, 
James E, Band, night watch, 
Joseph 0. Trask, 

Samuel C. Pickard, police services, 
F. A. Emerson, police services, 
George B. Elliott, police services, 
Joseph 0. Trask, night watch, 
John B. Watson, night watch, 
J. L. Pickering, services and rent of lobby, 
James E. Band, watch, 
John B. Watson, watch, 
Charles E. Savory, watch, 
James E. Band, watch, 
John B. Watson, watch, 
Charles E. Savory, watch, 
Horace S. Abbott, 
John Kimball, 
John P. Lovell * 
M. Humphrey, 
James E. Band, watch, 
John B. Watson, watch, 
Concord Gas Light Company, gas for Mar- 
shal's office, 
James E. Band, watch, 
Charles E. Savory, " 

* In view of the destruction of lives and property in New York and Bos- 
ton, and riotous indications and proceedings in other portions of the North, 
the City Council, at a special session, deemed it proper by resolution, which 
passed unanimously, to put at the disposition of the Mayor, and Police De- 
partment, the sum of ten thousand dollars to meet any emergency that might 
arise : and the Mayor, as a precautionary measure, among others, purchased 
for the use of the Police Deparment, revolvers and ammunition amounting to 
the above sum of fourteen hundred and sixty dollars. 



20 30 


j, 8 50 


7 58 


33 60 


89 00 


89 00 


7 96 


3 25 


5 00 


43 90 


61 20 


, 22 08 


106 31 


29 26 


72 00 


40 20 


40 20 


40 20 


1 50 


10 77 


1.460 00 


6 24 


40 80 


40 80 


24 15 


43 40 


40 80 



31 



Charles E. Savory, " 


43 40 


John B. Watson, " 


43 40 


Joshua Chapman, " 


43 40 


J. L. Pickering, 


54 66 


James E. Rand, watch, 


43 40 


John B. Watson, " 


43 40 


Charles E. Savory, " 


43 40 


John B. Watson, " 


57 40 


Charles E. Savory, " 


42 00 


James E. Rand, " 


42 00 


Steamer Gov. Hill Co.. (watchman,) 


30 00^ 


James E. Preston, watch, 


9 75 


William Connell, watch, 


8 25 


James E. Rand, watch, 


43 40 


Charles E. Savory, watch, 


43 40 


Cochran & White, materials for lobby, 


9 71 


James E. Rand, watch, 


42 00 


Charles E„ Savory, watch, 


42 00 


William T. Locke, watch, 


70 00 


W. H. Buntin, watch, 


3 00 


Joshua Chapman, watch, 


12 00 


James E. Rand, watch, 


43 40 


Charles E. Savory, watch, 


43 40 


W. T. Locke, watch, 


49 40 


Charles Dennett, police services, 


1 50 


Stevens & Dunklee, stove &c, 


89 88 


Moody S. Farnum, police, 


4 50 


George S. Dennett, work &c, for lobby, 


6 96 


Isaac Elwell & Son, 


50 00 


C. C. Webster, 


72 


Joshua Chapman, 


3 00 


J. L. Pickering, sundries for Marshal's 


office, 9 96 


EL S. Abbott, police, 


5 00 




$3.852 43 



Gas Precinct. 



By balance of old appropriation, 
Appropriation April, 1863, 


• 


$233 24 
900 00 


» 


Si. 133 24 


Paid Concord Gas Light Co., 
L. Downing, 
James E. Rand, 


$410 92 

6 00 

20 50 




Joseph O. Trask, 
Joseph O. Trask, 
Henry E. Thompson, 


20 50 
10 11 
10 25 





32 



James E. Hand, 
John B Watson, 
Concord Gas Light Co., 
Josiah Cooper, 
Concord Gas Light Co., 
Frank W. Thompson, 
Concord Gas Light Co., 
T. J. Carpenter, 
Concord Gas Light Co., 
Joshua Chapman, 



Overdrawn, 



24 49 




6 74 




367 21 




21 00 




49 2-5 




49 50 




452 76 




' 2 11 




76 30 


" 


3 00 






$1.530 64 





$397 40 



Bounties to Conscripts and Substitutes. 

Borrowed by Treasurer on the authority of a reso- 
lution passed by the City Council, $31,500 00 



William F. Locke, 300 00 

Samuel L. Long, 300 00 

George L. Lovejoy, 300 00 

Marius Marx, ! 300 00 

John Y. Mugridge, 300 00 
John Y. Mugridge, ag't., 300 00 

Alden C. Marden.x '. 300 00 

Isaac Marx, 300 00 

George H. Marstin, 300 00 

G. B. Melvin, 300 00 

George P. Meserve, 300 00 

John R. Miller, 300 00 

Andrew Moody, 252 00 

W. Henry Neal, • 300 00 

Charles H. Noyes, 300 00 

Horatio G. Nutter, 300 00 

Franklin V. Osgood, 300 00 

John B. Palmer, 300 00 

William Page, 300 00 

Roger B. Perkins, 300 00 

John H. Pingree, « 300 00 

Hiram M. Quimby, 300 00 

George W. Richardson, 300 00 

Edward B. Robinson, 300 00 

Henry P. Rolfe, ag't. r 300 00 

Abial Rolfe, 300 00 

James H. Rowell, 300 00 



Paid as follows : 




E. A. Abbott, 


300 00 


Horace Abbott, 


300 00 


Edward A. Abbott, 


300 00 


Amos F. Abbott, 


300 00 


Frank Adams, 


300 00 


James B. Allen, 


300 00 


William G. Andrews, 


300 00 


John H. Ballard, 


300 00 


J. P. Bancroft, 


300 00 


J. F. Bartlett, 


300 00 


William Batchelder, 


300 00 


Josiah Bellows, 


300 00 


George W. Berry, 


300 00 


Benjamin Bickford, 


300 00 


Oliver W. Blood, 


300 00 


George L. Boardman, 


300 00 


John C. Burpee, 


300 00 


JohnW. Butterfield, 


300 00 


John Carter, 


300 00 


Charles W. Clark, 


300 00 


William E. Chandler, ' 


300 00 


William E. Chandler, ag 


't300 00 


Andrew B. Carter, 


300 00 


Samuel E. Clifford, 


300 00 


William C. Cochran, 


300 00 


Samuel W. Colburn, 


300 00 


Asa D. Cutting, 


300 00 



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Moody P. Davis, 300 00 

George H. Doane, 300 00 

George W. Drew, ag't. 48 00 

Charles H. Dunklee, 300 00 

Samuel C. Eastman, 300 00 

Asa C. Eastman, 300 00 
Mrs. Judith Eastman, ag't 300 00 

John S. Fiske, . 300 00 

Warren C. Flanders, 300 00 

Asa Fowler, ag't., 300 00 

Theodore H. Ford, 300 00 

William F. Frye, 300 00 

Benjamin F. Gale, ag't., 300 00 
Benjamin F. Gale, ag't., 300 00 

George Graham, 300 00 

Willard Graves, 300 00 

Moses Hall, 300 00 

Richard Harcourt, 300 00 

George P. Harvey, 300 00 

George F. Haywood, 300 00 

Michael Huben, 300 00 

Charles S. Hutchins, 300 00 

John A. Kendall, 300 00 

Jonathan C. Lane, 300 00 

John Leighton, 300 00 

Charles W. Little, 300 00 



Josiah B. Sanborn, 300 00 

Moses C. Sanborn, 300 00 

Mrs. D.J. Sanders, ag't., 300 00 

George J. Sargent, 300 00 

Wells Sargent, 300 00 

Gilbert H. Seavey, 300 00 

Charles S. Smart, 300 00 

John J. Spiller, 300 00 

Onslow Stearns, ag't., 300 00. 

Prescott F. Stevens, 300 00 

Frank Stevens, 300 00 

Albert Stevens, 300 00 

Thomas Stuart, ag't., ' 300 00 

Thomas Stuart, ag't., 300 00 

Thomas Stuart, ag't., S00 00 

Thomas Stuart, ag't., 300 00 

John N. Speed* 300 00 

Abraham B. Tallant, 300 00 

George E. Todd, 300 00 

George E. Todd, ag't., 300 00 

William E. Topkinson, 300 00 

Thomas Valpy, 300 00 

John H. Virgin, 300 00 

Gustavus Walker, 300 00 

Giles Wheeler, 300 00 

William H. Wyman, 300 00 



Aid to Families of Volunteers. 



Rendered in " accordance with the provisions of 
an act of the Legislature, passed at the June 
session, 1862, entitled an -act in addition to 
and in amendment of an act authorizing cities 
and towns, to aid the families of volunteers 
and for other purposes, passed June session, 
1861." 

Borrowed by the Treasurer on the authority of reso- 
lution passed by the City Council, $20,454 48 

Paid Samuel Merriam, $5,065 69 

Moses Humphrey, 2.583 79 

Benjamin F. Gale, 12.805 00 

$20,454 48 



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Bounties to Volunteers 

Under the call of the President of the United States for 300,000 
men, dated October 17, 1863. 

Amount of appropriations by the City Council 

for procuring volunteers, $95,000 00 

Amount drawn from the Treasury by Benjamin F. 
Gale, agent, and paid out as per vouchers, 
for the volunteers, $£4,100 00 



Balance undrawn, $30,900 00 

Expenditures and Receipts 

Of the city in filling their cpuota, under the call aforesaid — one 
hundred and thirty-two men. 

Paid for and on account of volunteers, $64,100 00 

Received by agent, assignments of State 
bounties to the city, from the volun- 
teers, $13,100 00 . 

Received assignments of U. S. bounties 

from the volunteers, $39,314 00 

$52,414 00 



Balance of expenditures over receipts, $11,686 00 



Volunteers 

Constituting the quota of the city of Concord, under the call of 
the President of the United States for 300,000 men dated Oct. 17, 
1863. 

Charles Anderson, William Burnett, 

Henry Anderson, Thomas Burke, 

James Anderson, Job Butler, 

Thomas Baker, David F. Cable, 

Joseph Bickfortl, George Campbell, 

James Boyham, Thomas Campbell, 

William Boger, Charles Carter, 

Thomas A. Brickley, William Clarke, 

John Brown, (Norway,) Edward Clark, 

John H. Brown, Harry Clark, 

John Brown, (Ireland,) Joseph Climenson, 



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Joseph Cochran, 
John Connor, 
William Cohen, 
Charles Coucklin, 
Timothy Crowley, 
Dennis J. Cunan, 
James Davis, 
Samuel Davis, 
Freeman F. Day, 
Adolphe Durand, 
Anthony Dundon, 
Simeon S. Dow, 
John Edward, 
Charles Edwards, 
John Egin, 
John Eipper, 
John Ericson, 
G-errat Feen, 
Thomas Flinn, 
William Fox, 
Amos Fuller, 
Henry Gallagher, 
Charles Getchel, 
William Greig, 
William Griffin, 
George C. Grainger, 
Charles Hilliker, 
John Hendrick, 
Amos Holt, 
Henry Holt, 
Samuel Home, 
James Howes, 
Peter Hoyt, 
Charles Johnston, 
Charles Johnson, 
Henry Johnson, , 
Michael Judd, 
Henry A. Klemeier, 
John Lang, 
William Laskey, 
Joseph Leathers, 
John Lee, 
Alfred Lee, 
Arnold Lehmam, 
Andre Lengvin, 
John Lynch, 
Thomas Martin, 
William Marks, 



Owen McDonough, 
Cornelius McGuirl, 
Daniel B. McKinnon, 
John McLean, 
Paul McNeale, 
Andrew P. Merrill, 
Jules Monards, 
Adalbert Morozoricz, 
Peter Mullen, 
Abraham Myers, 
Charles Nash, 
William Nash, 
Lewis Nassesus, 
Andrew Neil, 
Charles Newman, 
Frank Norton, 
Thomas 0. Malley, 
George Parker, 
George Perkins, 
Joseph Pierce, 
John Powell, 
Joseph Randall, 
Stephen Raymond, 
Thomas Riley, 
John Risley, 
Richard Robinson, 
Charles Robinson. 
Patrick Rouse, 
Jean Roberts, 
Joseph F. Rowe, 
George Russell, 
John Rutter, 
George Ruiz, 
John Sands, 
James Sawyer, 
Prudent St. Pierre, 
Charles Seymour, 
Joseph Simpson, » 
Isaac Silver, 
George W. Small, 
William Smith, 
Victor Smith, 
Edward Smith, 
William Smith, 
Arthur Sommerville, 
Samuel Stevens, 
William Sullivan, 
Elisha Thomas, 



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Edward Tobin, William Westerman, 

Edward Traynor, William Wirt, 

James Tryon, Henry Williams, 

Francis Turner, George Whillard, 

Charles H. Weymouth, Charles Wood, 

Nelson Whiting, James Williams, 

George Wallace. Michael York. 

Principal and Interest of City Debt. 



j appropriation April, 1863, 




$6,040 00 


Cash of the State of New Hampshire, 


for aid furn- 




ished families of volunteers, 




17.073 81 


Special appropriation of City Council 




40.372 07 




$63,485 88 


dd Moses Call, 


$1,000 00 




Equitable Fire Insurance Co., 


3.000 00 




State Capital Bank, 


3.000 00 




State Capital Bank, 


2.500 00 




State Capital Bank, 


2.000 00 




William E. Morse, 


138 00 




Fanny Brown, 


700 00 




Wm. H. Hosmer, 


750 00 




Wm. H. Hosmer, 


550 00 




Heman Sanborn, 


300 00 




Graton W. Fuller, 


300 00 


« 


E. S, Gilman, 


350 00 




H. W. Carter, 


2.000 00 




Enoch Gerrish, 


1.000 00 




M. C. Pendexter, 


1.000 00 




Samuel Eastman, 


600 00 




State Capital Bank, 


1.500 00 




State Capital Bank, 


1.000 00 




State Capital Bank, 


1.300 00 




Ellen D. Hill, 


800 00 




E. D. Hill, 


500 00 




John Kimball, 


5.000 00 




Moses Humphrey, 


1.000 00 




Francis N. Fisk, 


219 15 




Peter Sanborn, 


5.000 00 




L Downing & Sons, 


5.000 00 




John Marstin, 


500 00 




Enoch Gerrish, 


800 00 




Lewis Downing & Sons, 


5.000 00 




W. H. Hosmer, 


1.000 00 





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L. Downing and Sons, 


2.000 00 




John Kimball, 


1.450 00 




L. Downing & Sons, 


6.000 00 


$57,257 15 


Paid interest on notes, 


$1,888 73 


Coupons, (interest,) 


4.34P 00 








6.228 73 




$63,485 88 


Property of the 


City, 




City Hall Lot and one-half of the building, 


$40,000 00 


City Farm, 




8.000 00 


Personal Property at City Farm as per appraisal, 


3.176 65 


Gravel Lot on Washington street, 




2.090 00 


Gravel Lot on Warren street, 




350 00 


Blossom Hill Cemetery, 




4.864 00 


Receiving Tomb, 




350 00 


Legacy of Abial Walker, for schools, 




1.000 00 


Furniture in City Hall, 




1.100 00 


Furniture in Clerks's office, 




100 00 


Furniture in Marshal's office, 




320 25 


Lot of land on Warren street, with lobby thereon, 


1.275 00 


Bridges, 




40.500 00 


Steam Fire Engine, 




3.000 00 


Hose Carriage and Hose, 




1.150 00 


Hand Engines, Engine Houses, Stable Ap; 


paratus, 

1 


10.250 00 


Total, 


&105.939 00 


Indebtedness of the City 


Feb. 1, 


1864. 


FUNDED DEBT. 




Bonds sold and outstanding, 




$87,000 00 


FLOATING DEBT. 







Note to Francis N. Fisk, $4,500 00 

. Joseph B. Walker, 1.200 00 

John H. George,* (Peters' execution.) 2.000 00 

*The City desired to pay this debt, but Mr. George declined to take the 
notes issued by any Bank in this city, whereupon the former Mayor directed 
the City Treasurer to tender to Mr. George the legal tender notes of the Gov- 
ernment of the United States, which were also refused, and which now re- 
main on deposit, ready to be paid to him on call. 



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Edward Pendexter, 1.000 00 

E.C.Davis, ( 1.200 00 

Simeon Partridge, 108 00 

Stephen Bates, ' 1-000 00 

John Kimball, 1.000 00 

Joseph B. Walker, 1.500 00 

New Hampshire Savings Bank, 700 00 

A. G. Merrill, 1-000 00 

New Hampshire Savings Bank, 700 00 

Heman Sanborn, 950 00 

Sibel Ann Merriam, 1.000 00 

New Hampshire Savings Bank, 700 00 

Martha C. Pendexter, 500 00 

New Hampshire Savings Bank, 1.200 00 

E. S. Gilman, 700 00 

M. C. Pendexter, 1.000 00 

New Hampshire Savings Bank, 800 00 

State Capital Bank, 1.700 00 

John Hoit, 500 00 

State Capital Bank, 1,150 00 

Amos Hoit, 800 00 

Bichard Locke, 200 00 

New Hampshire Savings Bank, 650 00 
New Hampshire Savings Bank, 
New Hampshire Savings Bank 



600 00 
5.000 00 



E. C. Davis, 2.000 00 

N. H. Savings Bank, 

Joseph B. Walker, 

New Hampshire Savings Bank, 

Willard Graves, 

John Marston, 

A. G. Merrill, 500 00 

Concord Savings Bank, 5.000 00 

Charles H. Carpenter, 2.000 00 

J. P. Bancroft, 

Ezra Ballard, 

New Hampshire Savings Bank, 

Curtis White, 700 00 

James B. Fellows, 600 00 

Moses B. Abbott, 1-500 00 

Robert N. Corning. 2.000 00 

Horatio G. Belknap, 500 00 

JohnL. Tallant, 1-000 00 

James W. Webster, 800 00 

Isaac Clement, 50 ° °° 

William Abbott, 500 00 

J.L.Pickering, 1.000 00 

Samuel Eastman, 500 00 



5.000 00 
2.000 00 
5.000 00 
1.200 00 
500 00 



2.000 00 
1.000 00 
1.500 00 



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Jonathan Kittredge, 


1.150 00 


James M. Carlton, 


1.100 00 


Morrill Dunlap, 


500 00 


Edward P. Farnuin, 


2.300 00 


Abel Baker, 


1.000 00 


Mary Ann Esterbrook, 


500 00 


Daniel C. Allen, 


500 00 


Enoch Gerrish, 


1.100 00 


Charles Nutting, 


1.000 00 


Mrs. Mary Hay ward, 


500 00 


New Hampshire Savings Bank, 


5.000 00 


E. J. Emerson, 


500 00 


W. H. Hosmer, 


1.100 00 


Enoch Gerrish, 


550 00 


Charlotte P. Perkins, 


1.200 00 


Hannah H. Page, 


1.000 00 


Henry S. Hall, 


500 00 


James Dodge, 


1.000 00 


Daniel Burke, 


700 00 


Susan Davis, 


1.875 00 


John V. Barron, 


2.900 00 


Barron, Dodge & Co., 


2.000 00 


State Capital Bank, 


1.000 00 


J. L. Pickering, 


1.000 00 




*114 133 00 


st on the above notes Feb. 1st., 


1.817 00 




$115,950 00 



OUTSTANDING ACCOUNTS AND CLAIMS. 

Additional School Tax, raised by Union 
School District, which will be called 

for in March, $2,000 00 

Amount of salaries for 1863, 2.200 00 
Outstanding bills, 609 00 

Fire Department bills, 1.400 00 



Amount of outstanding accounts, $6,209 00 

Total amount of indebtedness Feb. 1, 1864, $209,159 00 



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Available Assets of the City. 

Balance due from Wm. H. Buntin,for taxes 

1863. S 1 - 2293 82 
Balance due from John Kimball, for taxes 

1862 ^48 ^ 

Four shares in Mechanics' Bank, 400 00 

Due from the County of Merrimack, Feb 1, 

1864, for support of county paupers, _ 4.259 90 
Due from the State for aid furnished fami- 
lies of volunteers, « 13 >^0 00 

Due from the town of Pembroke, 254 40 

Bounties paid to volunteers and to be re- 

funded by the United States, 39.314 00 

Cash in the Treasury, Feb. 1, 1864, § 2,144 58 

One hundred revolvers and ammunition,* 1.460 UU 

Amount of available assets, $ 74 > d ib - Zd 

Indebtedness of the City after deducting „ 10 . 7 .,„ 

available assets, • $134,783 77 

Ratable Estate and Number of Polls. 

Amount ofBatahle Estate and number of Foils in the City of Con- 
cord, April 1, 1863. 

Wards Polls. Real Estate. Personal Estate. Total Amount. 

1 244 $226,307 $84,119 $310,426 

o 310 222,270 55.012 277.282 

3 132 143,920 42,716 186,636 

4 498 675,314 275,912 951,226 

5 567 695,370 229,704 925,074 

6 540 601,674 145,514 747,188 

7 963 293,699 304,85 324,184 

|53,200 f53,200 

2454 $2,911,754 $763,462 $3,775,216 

f Non resident real estate. 



* The Mayor intended to have disposed of these, some time ago ; but ow- 
ing to a difficulty between the patentee and manufacturers, an injunction for 
the present, has been put upon their manufacture and sale. In the Mayor's 
opinion they will sell for about what they cost, or perhaps for more, being the 
best article extant. 



REPORT 



Superintendent of Repairs of Highways and Bridges, 



To the City Council of the City of Concord : 

The undersigned, Superintendent of Repairs of Highways 
and Bridges, respectfully presents the following statement of 
his Receipts and Expenditures from April 20, 1863 to Febru- 
ary 1, 1864, Districts Nos. 9, 27 and 28, being one District, 
under the immediate supervision of the Superintendent. 



CR— By Appropriation. April, 1863, 

Balance of unexpended appropriation, 1862, 



$6,275 50 



DISTRICTS Nos. 9, 27, and 



Amount appropriated April, 1863, $1305 09 
Balance of unexpended 

appropriation, '62, 373 72 



4678 72 

J. Brown, himself and team, $574 00 

Abial Smart 56 38 

Michael Gurley 198 82 

Patrick Larkin 187 57 

Henry Fagin 18486 

Thomas Kiely 18181 

J. S. Hanson 286 00 

JohnD. 'feel, 489 23 

Isaiah Robinson 32 79 

James Hicks 80 97 

John B. Libbey 4 00 

Daniel O'Connel 100 

Cornelius Clifford 2 00 

West Robinson 3 00 

Wm. Judkins 3 00 

E. Piper 9 00 

N. P. Fogg, for hay 22 07 

Michael Whalen 112 

Moody P. Davis 6 50 

John Burke 102 74 

John Lamprey 1 25 



For 4 pair of India rubber boots 

for men to use in ditches 

Albert Thompson, blacksmith 

John Whalen 

John Anderson 

Moses Carter 

Henry Butteriield 

Moody P. Davis 

James Weeks 

Calvin Tandy 

Wm.P. Silver 

Patrick Halpin 

John Long 

Charles Jones 

Moses Carter 

John Silver 

Moody P. Davis 

Mike Murnhey 

George W.Sanborn 

Judkins team and man 

Goin Thompson 

Charles Butters 

Jeremiah Page 

Philip Connel 

John Long 

Jacob C. Duncklee 

Henry Saltmarsh 



18 00 
185 

99 08 
1181 
6 46 

1 12 

8 12 
162 
3 37 
150 

5 62 
3 94 

6 50 
6 40 

2 81 

6 50 
65 94 

19 50 

9 75 

2 56 

7 00 

3 37 
12 37 

6 75 
6 50 
9 00 



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William P. Silver 3 00 

N. P. Fogg, for hay 20 85 

Jere Lull. 2 68 

John A. Sawyer 2 25 

Isaac Clement 19 50 

James Weeks 6 50 

G. W. Sanborn 11 37 

Anthony Coleman 10 00 

Philip Connel ! 9 56 

Jacob C. Dunklee 3 25 

Jeremiah Brown, hay 27 86 

Chandler Eastman for wheels and 

cart 40 03 

SebaMills 5 62 

James Weeks 13 00 

Philip Connel 6 47 

Peter Murphy 5 06 

Philip Connel 12 93 

Peter Murphy 6 18 

William Fagin 5 62 

Henry Saltmarsh 3 37 

Calvin Tandy 3 38 

William P. Silver 2 62 

Jefferson Noyes 4 50 

Jacob C Dunklee 14 63 

James Weeks 30 87 

Seba Mills; 10 08 

J. Lamprey 412 

Mark H. Holt, meal 49 80 

Philip Connel 13 50 

Wm. Fagiu 13 50 

Jacob C Dunklee 6 50 

Jefferson Noyes 20 25 

Goorge A. Dow 12 50 

Calvin Tandy 2 25 

Wm. P. Silver.. 175 

Philip Connel 10 68 

Wm. Fagin 9 84 

Jefferson Noyes 9 56 

George A. Dow 1181 

Henry Saltmarsh 7 31 

Wm. P. Silver 55 

Calvin Tandy 7 32 

Patrick Halpin 7 59 

James Weeks , ... 19 50 

Emery Piper 21 12 

John Lamprey 100 

Walter P. Maynard for straw 14 45 

Patrick Halpin 20 16 

Emery Piper 3 25 

J. Lamprey 7 00 

Isaac Clement 19 50 

I. Clement's man 6 12 

R. Silver 5 00 

John Silver 3 37 

D. S. Webster 1 75 

Moses 15 Abbot, for hay 21 52 

Griffin &Thompson 4 13 

B. G. Davis, for work in 1862 50 

Wm. G.Clark, for stone 232 69 

Philip Connell 10 68 

JohnTulma 1 12 

Benj. Farnum 9 75 

Geo. Saltmarsh 13 00 

Henry A. Saltmarsh 6 18 

Calvin Tandy 4 50 

Wm. P. Silver 4 00 

John McDaniel 1321 

Smith &Bean 135 

Jacob C. Dunklee 6 50 

Henry A. Saltmarsh 14 06 

Wm. P. Silver 12 50 

SebaMills 168 

James Thompson 2 00 

James Weeks 3 25 

Koswell Silver 7 00 



Isaac Clement 3 81 

Patrick Halpin 1 12 

Emerj Piper.... 6 50 

John D. Teel 4 22 

John Chandler 5 50 

John McDaniels 1'12 

Nathaniel P. Abbott 6 38 

Calvin Tandy 4 50 

Wm P. Silver 4 00 

O. H. Fletcher, for hay 17 80 

Mark Holt, for meal 37 55 

James L. Green 1 50 

George Frye, for sled 22 00 

James R. Hill, fly nets 1100 

H. E. Perkins, gravel, 20 43 

Isaac Clement, culvert 7 37 

C. C. Webster grain 12 84 

Cochran & White, shoeing 34 43 

Curtis White, blacksmith 9 18 

Smith & Bean 1 68 

Jeremiah Brown, suudries 6 43 

A. B. Holt, lumber and gravel 5 77 

Jeremiah Brown, hay 23 90 

Bradbury Gill, blacksmith 3010 

Benj. Farnnm, for gravel in 1800-63 20 00 

Mark R. Holt, meal 3180 

Ephraiin Lamprey 4 47 

Warde & Humphrey, 19 84 

York & Co 29 08 

Ordway & Robinson , 93 

Warde & Humphrey 7 50 

John D. Teel, self, man, team, 45 62 

$4167 43 



DISTRICT NO. 1. 

Jeremiah P. Boyce, Surveyor. Dr. 

To the appropriation of 1S03, $00 00 

Cr. By the work of— 

Jeremiah P. Boyce 13 21 

Franklin Freneh 2 00 

John T. Gilman 4 00 

Isaac C. Boyce 75 

Zebulon and Ai Smith 5 97 

Samuel Hutchins 3 00 

Barnard Currier 1 00 

Thomas Moore, (heirs) 2 00 

Joseph Gage 137 

Mrs. Hannah Choate 2 37 

Simeon and Aaron Q. Farnum 1195 

Samuel Moody 100 

Albert Stevens 5 00 

Stephen II Currier 100 

James Locke 5 38 



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DISTRICT No. 2. 

Enoch Jackman, Surveyor, Dr. 

To the appropriation of 1863, $30 00 

Cr. By the work of 

Enoch Jackman 13 45 

James Dodge 2 55 

Win. Hey ward 3 25 

Nathaniel Smith 3 50 

Theodore French 1 00 

John Ewer 6 25 



£30 00 



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DISTRICT No. 3. 

Charles C. Graham, Surveyor, Dr. 
To the appropriation of 1863, $47 00 

Cr. By the work of— 

Charles C. Graham 5 19 

James Bartlett 2 00 

John Bourlet 3 15 

Daniel Cutting- 1 15 

Joseph Graham 12 70 

Benj. Gale, jr., estate of. 90 

Lyman A. Hall -65 

John Ilannaford 1 60 

Andrew Moody 2 15 

Charles C Moody 1 00 

Moses C. Sanborn. 3 06 

Rufus Virgin 5 15 

Geo. C. Virgin 6 00 

$47 00 



DISTRICT NO. 4, 

John G. Kimball, Surveyor, Dr. 

To the appropriation of 1803, $44 00 

H. H. Potter, (bal. of 1862,) 3 67 

$47 67 

Cr. By work under Kimball— 

John G. Kimball 6 28 

Jacob A. Potter 6 75 

H.H.Potter.... 7 00 

Thomas D. Potter 4 50 

R. Kimball 2 00 

J. H. Staples 1 OS 

Wm. Batchelder 2 12 

Amos Sleeper 1 12 

D. Bartlett 50 

T. Tenney 4 50 

M. Clough 192 

R. L. Sanders 1 00 

S. Kimball 122 

$40 60 
Due from Surveyor Kimball, 3 40 

Due from Ex Surveyor Potter, 3 67 



DISTRICT Nf>. 5. 

Moody S. Faruum, Surveyor, Dr. 

To appropriation of 1S03, $62 00 

Cr. By work of— 

Moody S. Farnum 8 34 

JedediahT. H-oit 6 00 

David A. Morrill ...2 00 

Amos Paul 66 

John L. Tallant 14 95 

Daniel E. Gale 2 60 

John B. Sanborn 10 68 

$45 23 
Due from M. S. Farnum $16 77 

$62 00 
Note. $17 24 of a former appropriation 
undrawn. 



DISTRICT NO. 6. 

James Frye, Surveyor, Dr. 

To approprialion of 1863, $230 00 

Cr. By the work of— 

James Frye 46 25 

Samuel JEastman 3 12 

Geo. W. Moulton 2 25 

Joseph Batchelder 25 

Edmund S. Curtis 1 88 

James Frye 10 00 

James Blake 21 87 

James Frye 6 30 

James Frye 12 00 

Joseph A. Merriam 8 87 

Jacob Clough 1 12 

Peter C. Virgin 1 25 

John B. Curtis 4 38 

Samuel Curtis 1 25 

William Frost 187 

Benjamin Ambrose 3 13 

Sylvester Stevens 14 37 

Jacob Puffer 1 00 

James Sanborn 1 63 

Timothy W. Emery 1 25 

Thomas Smith 2 50 

Smith Bean 2 50 

Gardner Tenney 1 25 

Charles Robinson 2 50 

William F. Davis 2 50 

Robert Moore 8 00 

Washington Hill 5 62 

Heman Sanborn 3 13 

Charles Sanborn 5 62 

Jeremiah C. Elliott 2 00 

Ebenezer Eastman 2 50 

Joseph Wells 4 38 

Alexander Yeaton 2 50 

David Pettengill 88 



Due from James Frye 



$1115 02 
$34 08 



$230 00 
Note. $101 75 undrawn last year, (1862). 



DISTRICT No. 7. 

Aaron Tay, Surveyor, Dr. 

To appropriation of 1863, $20 00 

Cr. By the work of— 

Aaron Tay 3 45 

John Locke 5 70 

Benjamin L. Larkin 4 00 

Samuel B. Locke 6 85 



$20 00 



DISTRICT No. 8. 

George W. West, Surveyor, Dr. 

To appropriation of 1863, $29 00 

Cr. By the work of— 

George W. West 20 55 

Hiram Davis 50 

John Davis 7 > 

Ezra T. Jenness 100 



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Barter Holt 50 

Oilman Holt 1 15 

Nehemiah Saltmarsh 1 00 

Abbott Saltmarsh... 3 55 



O'j 



DISTRICT No. 10. 

Hiram Farnum, Surveyor, Dr. 

To appropriation of 1863, $145 00 

To balance of April, 1862, 17 37 

$163 37 

Cr. Fy the work of— 

Hiram Faraum 37 50 

Enoch Chase plumber) 9 48 

Samuel Tewksbury 187 

Asa F. Tenney 3 00 

Geo. W, Brown 1125 

Moses Humphrey 16 25 

B. F. & D. Holden 2 00 

Moses H. Farnum 1 25 

Benjamin Farnum 3 75 

Robert B. Hoit 3 50 



Due from Hiram Farnum 



$72 52 



DISTRICT No. II. 

Alfred C. Abbott, Surveyor, Dr. 

To balance of appropriation ( 1862} $20 65 
To appropriation of 1863, 23 00 

$43 65 

Cr. By the work of— 

Alfred C. Abbott ..2623 

David Abbott 5 00 

Asa A. Blanchard 8 22 

Alfred C. Abbott 4 30 

$43 65 



DISTRICT No. 12. 

Charles C. Bean, Surveyor, Dr. 

To part of app. of 1863, $300 00 

Cr, By the work of— 

Charles C. Bean 4125 

La Forest Baker 1 36 

Reuben Goodwin 4 87 

Enoch Currier 27 50 

James Thornton 44 

William Duflee 44 

James C. Elliott 30 

Charles C Bean 30 00 

Daniel Smith .. 1 78 

Jesse Morgan 4 37 

Jonathan H. Hoit 4 72 

Patrick Linnahan 9 25 

T. C. Rolfe 2 70 

Nathan Chandler 9 63 



Nathaniel Rolfe 3 OT 

E. & J. S. Bean 13 29 

Putnam O. Bean •••• 3 00 

John Batchelder 9 87 

Edward Olansey 3 00 

Charles Colby 8 87 

Nathan Abbott 8 88 

Nathaniel Abbott 1 13 

Nelson Davis 56 

Horace Abbott 1 69 

John Sawyer 1 12 

Thomas Gahagan ; 21 81 

Oilman Morrill 3 00 

H. H. & J. S. Brown 24 22 

J. C Martin & Sou 2 39 

Owen Thornton 2 50 

C.& J.C.Gage 2 52 



Due from C. C. Bean, 



DISTRICT NO. 13. 

George F. Sanborn, Surveyor, Dr. 
To Appropriation of 1863, $4900 

Cr. By the work of— 

Georgo F. Sanborn 10 35 

W. T. Emery 50 

Henry L. Elliott 6 40 

Rufus D. Scales 3 25 

John S. Fisk 3 50 

Timothy E. Hoit 2 50 

Levi Tilton 50 

Eli Elliott 9 35 

James C. Elliott 50 

John Haines 65 

Ezekiel F. Elliott 75 

Joseph E. Scales 3 95 

Jeremiah Fowler 3 00 

Jonathan Hoit 3 80 



00 



DISTRICT No. 14. 

Amos Hoit, Surveyor, Dr. 

To appropriation of 1863, $27 03 

Cr. By the work of— 

Amos Hoit * 9 77 

Sherman D. Colby 181 

Thomas Eastman 3 10 

Hiram Eastman 2 20 

Ephraim C. Elliott 2 09 

Samuel Dow 53 

Josiah Hardy 1 97 

Elbridge G. Hardy 31 

Solomon Colby 31 

Oilman I. Colby 195 

Solon Sanborn 2 96 

$27 00 



DISTRICT NO 15. 



Harvey Chase, Surveyor, Dr. 

To appropriation of 1863, $22 00 



45 



Cr. By the work of— 

Harvey Chase -1 10 

Jeremiah Kunnells 1 00 

Samuel Runnells 2 80 

Ephraisa L. Sweat 1 00 

Robert Knowlton 3 80 

Andrew P. Bennett 75 

$13 45 
Due from H. Chase, §8 55 

322 00 



DISTRICT No. 16. 

Robert B. Hoit, Surveyor, 
To bal. of appropriation of 1862, 
Appropriation of 1863, 



Dr. 

$9 38 
38 06 

$47 38 



Cr. By the work of— 

Robert B. Hoit i 7 53 

Albert G- Dow 5 50 

A. Lamprey 2 00 

James H. Powell 2 50 

Edward Runnells 4 20 

Josiah Runnells 8 22 

Amos Sawyer 5 21 

Benj. Whittemore 2 37 

J. P. Simpson 43 



Due from R. B. Hoit, 



S38IMI 
$8 38 

$47 3S 



DISTRICT No. 17. 

Moses M. Davis, Surveyor, Dr. 

To appropriation of 1862, _ $29 00 

Cr. By the work of— 

Moses M. Davis ...10 98 

Robert K. Buswell 1 25 

Hazen Abbott 3 15 

Wm. D. Colby 152 

Geo. B. Dimond 125 

Samuel S. Buswell '. 3 33 

John F. Elliott 31 

Andrew Buswell 125 

€. K. Fiske 3 43 

E. H- Dow (heirs of) 250 



mi 



DISTRICT No. 18. 

Istac F. Ferrin, 
To the appropriation of 1863, 
Ca6h paid him by E. C. Ferrin, 



HcnryJFarnum 10 00 

Ezekiel C. Ferrin 2 50 

Ira Rowell 7 18 

Stephen Carleton 62 

Jacob Dow 3 93 

Repairing seraper 1 00 

$43 98 
Due from Surveyor Ferrin, [$18 21 

$62 19 

[SAME DISTRICT.] Dr. 

E. C. Ferrin, (bal. of 1862) §16 00 

Cr. By the work of— 

E. C. Ferrin 6 50 

Joseph Eastman. 6 26 

James Page 65 

Henry Farnum 1 20 

Charles B. Knights 20 

Paid balance to 1. F. Ferrin... 119 

$16 00 



DISTRICT No. 19. 

John K. Abbott, Surveyor, Dr. 

To the appropriation of 1863, $30 00 

Cr. By the work of— 

Henry Martin 4 76 

Daniel C. Teuney 1 68 

Nathan K. Abbott 6 32 

Jeremiah Abbott 2 80 

Jehiel D. Knight 2 80 

Reuben Abbo# 1 68 

John K. Abbott 3 92 

Reuben K. Abbott.. 604 



£$30 00 



DISTRICT No. 



$62 19 



Cr. By the work of— 



H. L. & I. F. Ferrin. 
J. V. Aldrich 



.12 50 
..625 



Franklin J. Emerson, Surveyor, Dr. 
To appropriation of 1863, $30 00 

Cr. By the work of— 

Franklin J. Emerson 3 37 

Samuel K. Blanehard 7 26 

Jacob N. Flanders 1 12 

William B. Thompson 5 50 

John E. Saltmarsh 6 75 

Charles H. Merrill COO 



DISTRICT NO. 21. 

Henry Flsk, Surveyor, Dr. 

To appropriation of 1863, $40 01) 

B, F. Griffin (paid him bal. of 1862, 2 00 

$42 00 

Cr. By the work of— 

Henry Fisk 12 72 



46 



Charles Fisk 2 58 

Ezra Ballard 5 06 



DISTRICT No. 23. 

John Corliss, jr., Surveyor, 
To appropriation of 1863, 

Cr. By the work of— 

John Corliss, jr., 
Frederick R Currier, 
John E. Proctor, 
Stephen Currier, 
Wm. Bodweil, 
Samuel L. Baker 
Isaac P. Baker, 
Auburn Dow, 
Hiram Dow, 
Joshua Berry, 
Jeremiah S. Abbott, 
Daniel Knowltou c 
Wm. H. Proctor, 



DISTRICT No. 21. 

Daniel D. Clark; Surveyor, 
To appropriation of 1863, 

Cr. By the work of— 

D. D. Clark, 
Josiah Dow, 
John B. Sargent, 
Alfred M. Hills, 
Andrew Smith, 
James Goodwin, 
Benjamin Green, 



DISTRICT NO. 25. 



B. F. Griffin 


... 1 68 


Ira Abbott, Surveyor, 
To appropriation of 1863, 
To bal. of old appropriation, 


Dr. 


F. A. Fisk 


... 5 06 


$7 - a. 


John Ballard 


. . 10 90 


35 95 


Thomas Abbott 


. . .2 03 














$113 95- 




$40 00 






B. F. Griffin (former Sur.) by work 


2 00- 


Cr. By. the work of— ' 






$42 00 


Ira Abbott, 


27 30 







Moses Carter, 


100 






Charles Abbott, 


7 00 


DISTRICT No. 22. 




John Blake, 


4 50 






Charles Clark, 


2 25 


Wm. R. Smart, Surveyor, 


Dr. 


T. C. Capen, 


4 50 


To appropriation of 1863, 




David L. Sanders? 
Joshua Heath, 


175 

70 


Cr. By the work of— 




Moses B. Abbott, 
Charles H. Reed, 


8 00 
100 


William R. Smart, 


12 00 


William Abbott, 


2 00 


Benjamin Howe, 


2 00 


G. W. Ordway, 


1 50 


Charles Hall, 


1200 


J. F. Wheeler, 
E. S. D. Ordway, 


3 50 


Samuel B. Hall, 


5 00 


6 50 


John Hall, 


1100 


J. C. Wheeler, 


4 0O 






Nelson Young, 


2 00 




$42 00 


Robert Speed, 


50 


Due from William R. Smart, 


$7 00 













$78 00 




$49 00 


Due from- Ira Abbott, 


$35 95 



DISTRICT NO. 26. 
Dr. | 

$73 00 George Frye, Surveyor, 
j To appropriation of 1*63, 

Cr. By the work of— 

2 20 George Frye, teams, &c. 

4 70 Charles Hall, 

1 15 
160 

5 74 
152 

2 12 

3 24 
190 

12 32 
3 24 
10 46 

$73 00 



Dr. 

$22 00 



5 55 

2 50 

1 00 

j mi 
4 00 

3 00 

2 00 



Duo from D. D. Clark, 



$113 95 



Dr. 

$35 00 



30 00 
5 09 



DISTRICT No. 29. 

J. G. Holmes, Surveyor, 
To appropriation of 1863, 
Balance of old appropriation paid 

him by A. Thompson, 



S3.'. 



Dr. 

$27 00 



11 00 
150 
150 



Cr. By the work of— 

J. G. Holmes, 
A. J. Glover, 
Jeremiah Mills, 



Due from J. Holmes, 



SAME DISTRICT. 

Alexander Thompson, (former Sur ) Dr. 
To bal. of appropriation 1862, $19 75 

Cr. 
By lumber and work, 18 70 

Casb paid to J. Holmes as above 
classed, 1 05 

$19 75 



47 



DISTRICT No. c 

Henry E. Dow, Surveyor, 
To appropriation of 1863, 

Cr. By the work of— 

Henry B. Dow, 

William S. Carter, 
John J. Thompson, 
William P. DOW, 
Franklin P. Carter, 
David Carter, 



Dr. 

$33 00 



DISTRICT No. 31. 

Samuel Clifford, Surveyor, Dr. 

To appropriation of 1803, $12 00 

Cr. By the work of— 

Samuel Clifford, 4 51 

Joseph Lougee, 1 87 

R. N. Myers, 5 62 



KECAPITULATION. 



Amount of appropriation of 1803, 
Balance of appropriation of 1S02, 



Cash paid out in Districts No. 9, 27 and 28, « 



Dist. No. 1. 
2. 



SOU IMI 

30 00 
47 00 
44 00 
62 00 

230 00 
20 00 
29 00 

145 00 
43 65 

300 80 
49(10 
27 00 
22 00 



\ 




$6000 00 
275 00 




$6275 00 




$4167 43 




10. 


38 00 




17. 


29 00 




IS. 


6100 




19. 


30 00 




20. 


30 00 




21. 


42 00 




22. 


49 00 




23. 


73 00 




24. 


22 00 




25. 


78 00 




26. 


35 00 




29. 


27 00 




30. 


33 00 




31. 


12 00 





Balance of appropriations unexpended Feb. 1, 1864, $439 

Respectfully submitted, 

BENJAMIN F. GALE, 

Supt. of Rep, of Highways and Bridges. 



ELEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT 



COMMITTEE ON THE CITY FARM. 



To His Honor the Mayor and the City Council of the City of 
Concord : 

The undersigned, Joint Standing Committee on the City 
Farm, having attended to the duty of taking an inventory of 
the property of the Farm, respectfully submit the following 
Eleventh Annual Report : 

Appraised value of Farm and Buildings in 1863, 
Appraised value of Personal Property in 1863, 



Appraised value of Farm and Buildings in 1864, 
Appraised value of Personal Property in 1864, 

Number of Paupers at the Farm, Feb. 1, 1864, 

Whole number for the year, 

Average number for the year, 

Number lodged one night or more, 

Died, ; ; 

Boarding criminals, number of days, 

Number of criminals sentenced to the House of Correction, 

Regarding the condition of the stock, quantity and quality 
of the products, the prudent management of household af- 
fairs, the quiet and comfortable appearance of the family, 
speaks more than words for the Superintendent and Matron, 
Mr. and Mrs. Gilman. 

Loss of land from the action of Merrimack river, is still a 
matter which should be attended to, or the city will lose sev- 
eral acres of the best land on the Farm. 
Respectfully submitted, 

HENRY MARTIN, ) 

SYLVESTER STEVENS, \ Committee. 
JOHN V. ALDRICH, ) 





$8,000 00 




2.894 98 




$10,894 98 


$8,000 00 




3.176 65 






11.176 65 




H 




36 




22 1-3 




62 




7 




802 


tion, 


32 



4:9 



L\vi;xtory op Property, at the City Farm, Feb. 1, 1864. 



Farm and buildings, 


$S0OO 00 


1 bush hook, 


75 


1 horse, 


50 00 


1 horse rake and drag rake, 


5 00 


4 oxen, 


310 00 


2 whifrletrees, 


1 00 


11 cows, 


350 00 


1 grindstone, 


3 00 


2 two-years-old, 
1 bull, 


50 00 


1 hay- cutter, 


3 00 


25 00 


1 sleigh and harness, 


25 00 


5 sheep, 
4 shoats, 


30 00 


2 waggons, 


10 00 


40 00 


1 blanket and circingle, 


50 


24 tons English hay, 


396 00 


5 ploughs, 


25 00 


4 tons butts and straw, 


32 00 


3 harrows, 


12 00 


4 tons brook hay, 


40 00 


1 cultivator, 


4 00 


40 lbs. butter, 


1120 


5 hay forks, 


1 75 


125 11 >s lard, 


17 50 


1 1 hand rakes, 


2 20 


90 lbs. cheose, 


1170 


3 ox yokes, 


10 00 


40 lbs. candles. 


6 60 


8 chains, 


12 00 


1.50 lbs. tallow, 


21 00 


1 iron bar, 


75 


5 barrels pork, 


100 00 


2 chisels, 


1 50 


3 1-2 barrels of beef, 


60 00 


10 baskets, 


2 50 


400 lbs. ham and fresh meat 


40 00 


4 augurs, 


75 


1-2 barrel of vinegar, 


2 50 


1 square and shave, 


1 00 


4 barrels of cider, 


13 00 


1 gun 


2 00 


1-2 barrel of pickles, 


3 00 


1 cross-cut saw, 


4 00 


7 barrels soap, 


21 00 


1 hand saw, 


50 


2-3 barrel of flour, 


6 50 


1 half bushel, 


50 


260 bushels corn, 


338 00 


2 buffalo robes, 


5 00 


50 bushels oats, 


37 00 


2 ox-carts, 


80 00 


16 bushels beans, 


40 00 


2 prs. steelyards, 


2 00 


13 bushels barley, 


14 95 


20 fowls, 


5 00 


1 bushel peas, 


1 50 


50 cords wood, 


175 00 


3 1-2 bushels onions, 


7 00 


20 bug-boxes, 


2 50 


2 1-2 barrels apples, 


6 25 


1 white wash brush, 


150 


100 lbs. dried apple, 


8 00 


1 waggon, 


85 00 


250 bushels potatoes, 


150 00 


1 string bells, 


2 00 


4 bushels beets, 


2 00 


1 steel trap, 


1 00 


24 heads of cabbage, 


1 50 


1 beetle and wedges, 


2 00 


250 lbs. squash, 


5 00 


2 hayracks, 


10 00 


2 wood saws, 


2 50 


3 scythes and snaths, 


3 00 


4 axes, 


4 00 


1 grain cradle, 


50 


5 shovels, 1 spade, 


4 00 


1 ox cultivator, 


9 00 


5 hoes, 


2 00 


1 chain, 


1 00 


4 manure forks, 


1 75 


Household furniture, 


380 00 


1 winnowing mill, 


3 00 







3 sleds, 


15 00 




$3,176 65 


2 bush scythes and snaths, 


3 00 







Expenditures at the City Farm. 



Hard soap and blacking, 


20 


18 lbs. sugar, 


2 25 


pair of bow-pins, 


25 


1 coffin, 


4 00 


1 stake chain, 


42 


1, yd. muslin, 


30 


52 1-2 yds. sheeting, 


18 29 


1 lamp chimney, 


10 


1 tea pot, 


25 


1 bag fine salt, 


33 


2 qts. oil, 


30 


2 axes and handles, 


2 83 


160 lbs. salt fish, 


5 65 


1 bush, salt, 


75 


1-2 bushel barley, 


50 


For digging grave, 


2 00 



50 



Tobacco, 


40 


Sugar and crackers, 


2 30 


1-4 gross matches, 


15 


1 brush and card, 


60 


1 coffin, 


3 75 


School books, 


23 


Robe cloth, 


76 


1 qt. whiskey, 


75 


4 weeks labor of woman, 


6 00 


1 pair shoes, 


1 12 


2 bushels rye, 


2 00 


Weighing hay, 


15 


Whip and ax-handle, 


83 


Coffin, robe, &c, 


8 00 


3 qts. oil, 


30 


Cabbage plants, 


50 


12 galls, molasses, 


5 40 


Paint and brush, 


8 47 


1 pair shoes, 


1 00 


Cream tartar and spices, 


86 


100 lbs. middlings, 


1 70 


2 chambers, 


58 


Labor of woman, 


5 00 


1 bush rye, 


1 25 


Hhd. and paper tacks, 


35 


1 paper tacks, 


8 


1 pair shoes, 


1 00 


1-2 doz. bowls, 


90 


2 lbs. nails, 


12 


2 pails, 


40 


Fresh fish, 


55 


23 lbs. lime, 


63 


1 hogshead, 


50 


2 bags middlings, 


3 50 


Card and soda, 


30 


Haying tools, 


6 00 


Repairing halter, 


10 


Oil peppermint, 


50 


2 bushels grass seed, 


5 00 


1 lb. tobacco, 


80 


40 lbs. clover seed, 


4 10 


Sawing lumber, 


6 20 


1 bag redtop seed, 


3 25 


Turnip seed, 


15 


2 baskets, 


1 16 


1 bag fine salt, 


32 


26 lbs potash, 


3 96 


2 axe-handles, 


40 


4 1-2 bushels barley, 


5 00 


1 kettle, 


1 50 


Garden seeds. ■ „ 


78 


1 bbl. flour, 


7 25 


2 qts. peas, 


15 


Tacks, 


18 


Freight on mackerel, 


65 


1 bushel salt, 


70 


74 yds. print, 


14 20 


1 lb. tobacco. 


80 


25 1-2 yds. drilling, 


8 84 


Sugar and soda, 


1 15 


.1 3-4 drilling, 


44 


7 weeks pasturing oxen, 


5 82 


Cotton thread, 


1 40 


1 stove back, 


58 


Linen thread, 


1 75 


1 stone jug, 


25 


70 yds. sheeting, 


23 33 


Work in haying, 


10 00 


5 lbs. tobacco, 


3 25 


1 bed cord, 


42 


4 bbls. flour, 


37 25 


Crackers, 


50 


2 bushels rye, 


2 00 


Pepper and thread, 


26 


1 bushel potatoes, 


50 


Nails and tobacco, 


80 


Filing two saws, 


20 


Salt fish, 


80 


1-2 lb. pepper, 


16 


2 bags middlings, 


3 04 


1 bag middlings, 


1 54 


Shoeing horse, 


50 


1 pair pants, 


3 25 


Pasturing stock, 


20 00 


1 pair shoes, 


1 7S 


Sugar, 


2 04 


1 cap, 


1 00 


1 1-2 bushels salt, 


1 05 


3 hoes, 


1 60 


1 bag salt, 


33 


4 bbls. plaster, 


5 00 


1 pair shoes, 


1 50 


5 lbs. rice, 


40 


Pasturing oxen, 


8 00 


1 1-4 bbls. pork, 


25 00 


Stove pipe and wire, 


25 


14 galls, molasses, 


5 60 


2 qts. oil, 


42 


3 bbls. poudrette, 


^ 6 37 


1 ball wicking, 


14 


2 chambers, 


55 


1 lantern, 


75 


1 qt. whiskey, 


75 


2 prs. shoes, 


2 62 


4 weeks labor of woman, 


00 


Earthern ware, 


1 42 


2 bbls. poudrette, 


4 25 


Oil and matches, 


26 


2 yds. oil cloth, 


1 50 


Threshing grain, 


9 66 


New rum and alum, 


21 


Glass and putty, 


80 


1 bag tine salt, 


28 


Apples, 


50 


Tomato plants, 


50 


Stove pipe, 


30 


1 box cough lozenges, 


20 


Saltpetre, 


12 



51 



Charcoal, 


15 


Filing saw, 


10 


Paragoric and alcohol, 


95 


Tar, 


10 


1 ball twine, 


15 


1 bag fine salt, 


33 


3 cows, 


5-1 00 


2 lug straps, 


35 


1 cow, 


25 00 


8 bbls. flour, 


60 25 


2 shovels, 


2 00 


6 bushels salt, 


4 40 


Repairing shoes, 


50 


12 yds. print, 


2 40 


Repairing boots, 


65 


150 lbs. fish, 


7 51 


1 pair boots, 


4 00 


Tobacco, 


1 73 


Box anguintum, 


30 


5 yds. flannel, 


2 10 


2 bags middlings, 


2 50 


1 hoc, 


62 


2 bbls apples, 


4 00 


16 lbs. sugar, 


2 00 


1 coffin, 


1 75 


1 bottle oil, 


14 


Pepper and salt, 


45 


Cambric, 


1 09 


1 butcher knife, 


57 


14 lbs. sugar, 


2 17 


37 lbs. fish, 


1 87 


Camphor gum, 


40 


1 pint alcohol, 


20 


Tobacco, 


40 


Circingle, 


62 


Pasturing sheep, 


4 50 


Coffin, cap and robe. 


6 68 


2 1-2 yds. cambric, 


75 


2 qts. oil, 


46 


1 coffin, 


4 50 


Tobacco, 


55 


Digging grave, 


80 


Apples, 


5 00 


1 school book, 


25 


J, D. Taylor's bill, 


17 86 


Repairing boots and shoes, 


5 17 


Liniment, 


25 


Repairing tin ware, 


50 


1 lb. nails, 


6 


1 qt whiskey, 


75 


1 ox cultivator, 


10 00 


8 months' labor, man, 


136 00 


1 cultivator, 


4 50 


1-2 lb. tobacco, 


50 


1 qt. alcohol, 


40 


Labor butchering, 


4 25 


2 1-2 bbls. cider, 


6 25 


Blacksmith bill, 


12 82 


5 lbs. nails, 


30 


1 ox yoke, 


3 00 


Spices and raisins. 


95 


Labor, woman, 


5 00 


1 pair oxen, 


115 00 


Liniment, 


74 


1 ox-yoke, 


1 25 


Liniment, 


20 


1 bull, 


19 00 


14 lbs. turkey, 


1 96 


Hooping barrel, 


20 


School books, 


1 60 


1 doz. plates, 


75 


2 qts. oil, 


3S 


Crackers, 


34 


15 lbs. sugar. 


2 15 


4 cords manure, 


14 00 


Doctoring horse, 


8 00 


1 bbl. mackerel, 


10 50 


Paragoric, 


50 


Strainer cloth, 


40 


1 doz. knives and forks, 


2 50 


Rosin and pitch, 


65 


Whiffletree springs, 


25 


Putty and nails, 


16 


3 curtains, 


36 


1 bottle ink, 


12 


2 lbs. soda, 


20 


2 qts. oil, 


40 


1 pair boots, 


2 25 


Stone pot, 


5S 


Crackers, 


1 00 


Hard soap and soda, 


34 


2 cards, 


20 


1 coffin, 


5 00 


Upsetting axes, 


1 87 


5 prs. boys boots, 


11 25 


Axe-handles, 


90 


2 bags middlings, 


3 85 


4 






1 wood saw, 


1 25 




$1,008 32 



Receipts at the City Farm. 



Milk, 
Milk, 
Oak butts, 
On settlement, 
Mdk, 



1 75 


Milk, 


7 48 


3 37 


2 calves, 


7 00 


8 00 


Drawing stone, 


21 00 


31 06 


Milk and eggs, 


18 69 


13 88 


Of City Treasury, 


100 00 



52 



Milk, 


70 


Baiting cattle, 


2 50 


Board, 


38 00 


Pasturing cow, 


8 00 


1 calf, 


4 00 


Milk, 


1 10 


Use of horse, 


25 


Pumpkins, 


4 50 


Baiting cattle, 


10 00 


Hide, 


5 36 


1-3 bush, potatoes, 


15 


Wood, 


4 50 


Milk, 


5 38 


Milk and cabbage, 


1 75 


Pigs, 


3 00 


Milk and wood, 


23 69 


Work, 


1 50 


Work and cabbage, 


3 25 


Milk, 


4 47 


Wood, 


3 00 


ipig. 


2 00 


Milk, 


3 86 


17 lbs. veal, 


1 36 


Work and pumpkins, 


4 39 


Calf-skin, 


1 00 


Wood, 


9 00 


Milk and eggs, 


4 19 


Beef. 


1 28 


Work, 


3 30 


Barley, 


2 25 


Milk, 


2 17 


Timber for a derrick, 


6 50 


Work, 


1 01 


50 bushels oats, 


35 00 


Milk, 


2 12 


1 ton hay, 


16 00 


Work, 


3 00 


Rent of land two years, 


6 00 


Pigs, 


7 50 


Oats, 


7 05 


Work, 


75 


67 lbs. hide, 


5 69 


Use of horse, 


50 


Wood, 


11 00 


Potatoes, 


6 20 


Work, 


4 75 


Milk and eggs, 


12 21 


Milk, 


2 42 


Potatoes, 


1 00 


Straw, 


75 


Oats, 


50 


60 lbs. hide. 


5 40 


Onions and potatoes, 


70 


Milk, 


9 76 


Milk, 


5 70 


14 bushels potatoes, 


9 80 


Milk and potatoes, 


6 89 


AVood, 


5 00 


Milk, 


4 16 


Pasturing cow, 


8 00 


73 lbs. hide, 


4 38 


Of City Treasury, 


136 00 


2 cows, - 


58 


4 weeks board, 


10 00 


Chickens, 


2 80 


Pasturing cow, 


8 00 


Beef, 


1 00 


Milk, 


3 76 


Work, 


8 00 


Work, 


3 00 


Milk, 


6 18 


Wood, 


29 00 


Potatoes, 


6 95 


Board, 


1100 


Pasturing cow, 


8 00 


2 calves, 


6 00 


Milk, 


2 29 






Pumpkins, 


4 50 




$1.016 34 


1 pair oxen, 


150 00 







Feb. 18, 1863. Cash received and paid into the Treasury by 

Moses Humphrey, for lumber sold from Farm, $487 42 

Feb. 21. Cash received and paid into Treasury by Moses Hum- 
phrey, for stone sold from Farm, 70 14 

March 18. Cash received of Moses Humphrey for a piece of 

land sold from Farm, and paid into Treasury, 26 50 

June 24. Cash received for ship timber, 473 45 

Jan. 21, 1864. Cash received of William G. Clark, for stone from 

Farm, 38 40 

Cash received from Franklin Nutting for stone sold, 30 00 

Cash received of Charles Nutting, for stone sold, 67 50 

Jan. 30, 1864. Cash received of B. F. & D. Holden, for wood, 376 50 

Due from the County for paupers on the Farm, 835 05 

Amount of Receipts, $3,415 30 



53 



LIST OF PAMPERS FOR THE YEAR ENDING FEB. 1, 1864. 



> 3 



Names. 

Charles Chandler, 
John Whitney, 
Jonathan Arlin, 
Ambrose Goshop, 
F. Davis, 
James Burns, 
George Brown, 
Samuel S. Flanders, 
N. B. Flanders, 
A. W. Flanders, 
Thomas Woods, 
Eliza Sargent, 
Sarah J. Sargent, 
M.J. P. Sargent, 
Sarah Dimond, 
Sarah Basf 3rd, 
Louis Ferrin, 
Rebecca Currier, 



55 


2 


67 


52 


90 


52 


44 


44 


11 


52 


13 


15 


9 


8 


10 


15 


9 


52 


7 


52 


8 


52 


63 


52 


33 


52 


9 


52 


84 


17 


69 


52 


87 


39 


82 


52 



Names. £? 
B 

Lydia Wheeler, 72 5*2 

Mary Arlin, 90 47 

OriUa Batchelder, 52 62 

Sally Oilman, 76 5 

Mary J. Davis, 32 52 

Mary Burns, 40 11 

Martha Sargent, 8 8 

Charlotte Lovejoy, 66 50 

Henry Drew, nine months, 34 

Michael Huse, 16 42 

Joseph Heath, 33 4 

Michael Brown, 75 1 

Samuel Lewey, 73 24 

Charles Welch, 8 23 

Foundling child, 8 months, 19 

Jonathan Knowles, 87 7 

Daniel Rogers, 60 11 

James W. Powers, 7 



CHIEF ENGINEER'S REPORT. 



To Bis Honor the Mayor and Board of Aldermen of the City 
of Concord : 

Gentlemen — In accordance wifh an Ordinance of the City I 
hereby submit my Annual Report for the fiscal year ending Feb. 
1, 1864. 

The following are the number of fires, amount of losses, and 
insurance, so far as can be ascertained, viz : 

Feb. 3. — Fire at the dwelling house of John Albin, of Centre 
st. Damage to buildings and furniture $1,500. Insured $700. 

March 29. At workshop of Concord Railroad. Loss $200. 
Insured. 

' April 2. Fire at the Woolen Mill of B. F. & D. Holden, West 
Concord, Damage to mill and machinery $15,000. Insured $11,- 
500.00. 

April 13. At the dwelling house owned by Mr. Burgess, on 
West st. Damage to house and furniture, $1,000. No insurance. 

June — . Slight Fire at the Steam Mill near Horseshoe Pond. 

July 2. Fire at Horse Hill, so called, in Ward 1. House, 
barn and out-buildings, all the farming tools, and about half of 
the household furniture. Property owned by Edson A. Eastman 
and his mother. Loss, $1,500.00. Insured, $900.00. 

July 10. Tannery of Cyrus Robinson & Sons, at East Concord. 
Loss, $10,000. Insured, $9,700. 

Soon after the alarm of the above fire, while most of the fire- 
men and apparatus were at East Cnncord, the City Stable, near 
the Engine-House, on Warren street, was discovered to be on fire, 
which was put out "by citizens, with the use of " Old Four Engine," 
which was stored in the building, and the timely return of Engine 
Co. No. 3. Damage to building, &c, $350.00. No insurance. 
This fire was, undoubtedly, the work of an incendiary. 

July 20. Fire at East Concord. House and barn of Mr. Fel- 
lows. Total loss. 

October 2. F/ire at Stickney's New Block. Damage to build- 
ing and stock of goods $1000. Insured. This fire caught in a 
box of sawdust, which was used as a spittoon. 



55 

Nov. 9. False alarm caused by the improper ringing of a bell 
for meeting. 

Nov. 11. Alarm caused by slight fire at Camp Ground, below 
West street. 

Jan. 2, 1864. Fire at house of R. C. Osgood, on Main street. 
Loss $150.00. Insured. No general alarm. Extinguished by 
the energy of Mrs. Osgood, and the other ladies in the house. 

Jan 8. Fire at Dunklee's Block. Tenement occupied by C. 
P. Allen. Damage to furniture, &c, $125.00. No insurance. 
Caught from defect in chimney. No general alarm. 

Jan. 9. Fire at East Concord. Saw-mill of J. P. Locke. Loss, 
$1200. Insured in part. 

Jan. 21, 1864. Fire on Clinton street. House owned by J. S. 
Noyes, Esq. Damage to house and furniture $75.00 No insur- 
ance on furniture. 

The principal losses the past year have been sustained by the 
Messrs. Holden, of West Concord, and Messrs. Robinson & Sons, 
of East Concord, but by the energy of the proprietors, both of 
those establishments have been re-built, in a much enlarged man- 
ner, and are now in successful operation. 

The fire apparatus is generally in good condition, the ordinary 
repairs of hose, engine houses, &c, and the re-painting of No. 2 
Engine, being all that is deemed necessary at the present time. 

The different companies composing the Fire Department have 
been prompt and efficient, and are deserving of much credit for 
their ability and zeal. 

The Chief Engineer is under renewed obligations to the Board 
of Assistant Engineers for the timely assistance which they have 
at all times rendered during the past year. 

Respectfully submitted. 

TRUE OSGOOD, Chief Engineer 

Concord Fire Department. 

The following is the list of the names of the members of the 
Fire Department, as now constituted : 

True Osgood, Chief Engineer. 

Assistant Engineers — A. B. Holt, John M. Hill, Caleb Parker. 
Beza H. Lincoln, Calvin C. Webster, Chandler Eastman, James 
Fryo, Albert H. Drown. 



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ENGINE COMPANIES AND THEIR OFFICERS. 



"CONCORD" ENGINE CO., NO. 2. 

[Located on Chapel street, in rear of Methodist Church — Ward 4. Entitled 
to 50 men.] 

OFFICERS AND MEMBERS. 

R. K. Gatley, Foreman ; A. C. Ferrin, Asst. Foreman ; J. R. 
Miller, Foreman of Eose ; W. H. Kenney, Clerk ; Oliver Hill, 
Treasurer ; J. P. Thompson, Steivard ; D. D. Stanyan, A. C. Had- 
ley, S. M. Griffin, Standing Committee ; E. A. Miller, Foster 
Marsh, E. E. Cutting, John T. Scott, Granville Buzzell, William 
Hurcl, John Leary, Wm. Tucker, Francis Bradbury, Warren C. 
Flanders, George Brackett, R. T. Hill, Frank J. Bachelder, Frank 
P. Drew, George A. Wyman, J. Y. Bradbury, H. R. Ferrin, A. 
George Morrison, Alonzo Morgan, James B. Fellows, Patrick Mc- 
Keon, Cain Mahaney, Wm. Lynch, John McLaughlin, John Law, 
John Cheney, Chas. S. Smart, Jerry Sweeney, Rufus F. Bacon, 
Owen Rooney, John Herrin, Joseph Shallies, A. L. Sanborn, Hen- 
ry 0. Hill, Fred Rankin, Walter Crockett, Thomas Smith, James 
Ward, Reuben Lock, Joseph Gillice. 



"MERRIMACK" ENGINE CO., NO. 3. 

[Located on Main street, near Abbotts' Carriage Manufactory— Ward 6. En- 
titled to 50 men.] 

OFFICERS AND MEMBERS. 

Joseph Merrill, Foreman ; N. H. Haskell, Asst. Foreman ; 
James M. Otis, Clerk'; Hiram Rolf e, Treasurer; J. E. Hutchins, 
John J. Mills, Charles McMichael, Geo. F. Buswell, Geo. H. Wilk- 
ins, David Rolfe, Albert Fellows, John Burgum, S.N. Farnsworth, 
William Carter, William Leaver, Adolphus Rushlow, John Cas- 
heene, W. H. Howe, Chandler Stevens, Charles E. Thompson, 
James Thompson, Thomas Upham, Frank Holt, B. F. Harvey, Al- 
fred Rushlow, John Foley, Henry Lull, George Lull, George F. 
Silver, G. H. A. Williams, C. F. Nichols, H. A. Shallies, William 
Rich, Albert Abbott, Augustine Gordon, Thomas Connor, Joseph 
Blake, William G. Fooks, G. W. Bean, G. H. Oakes, G. A. F. 
Hammond, B. F. Page, Lucian Carter, H. P. Conner, C. H. Pea- 
cock, G. H. Mason, John E. Baker, Charles H. Butters, D. J. Fo- 
ley, Frank Greeley. 



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» 

STEAMER " GOV. HILL." 
[Located on "Warren street between State and Green streets.] 

OEFICERS AND MEMBERS. 



Joseph C. Osgood, Foreman; D. W. Long, Asst. Foreman ; 
W. D. Ladd, Clerk; A. R. Manning, E. 0. Rollins, A. H. Wig- 
gin, Engineer; S. Blaney, C. T. Lane, A. C. Hadley, J. C. Lane, 
0. L. Manning, J. S. Hanson, Teamster. 



" CATARACT " ENGINE CO., NO. 6. 

[Located near Holdens' Mills, "West Concord— Ward 3. Entitled to 35 men.] 
OEFICEES AND MEMBERS. 

George Partridge, Foreman ; Jackson Crosby, Cleric ; John 
N. Speed, B. F. How, Win. H. Brown, E. C. Ferrin, Daniel Mar- 
den, S. TV. Kellam, Lyman Sawyer, John Harrington, Sumner 
Clifford, Solomon Gray, Michael Jenkings, Abiel C. Abbott, Geo. 
TV. Brockway, J. D. Taylor, Moses F. Clough, Philemon Hum- 
phrey, Harrison Partridge, Charles Upton, Cleophus Prince, Eph- 
raim Gilman, Jeremiah Clough, Chiles Partridge, Patrick Igow, 
J. TV. Carleton, A. L. Marden, Moses Morse, George Livingston, 
Wallace Partridge, Orlando C. Brown, Jeremiah Quinn, Michael 



Huben, Augustus Williams. 



"OLD FORT," ENGINE CO., NO. 7. 

[Located near Robinson's Tannery, East Concord — Ward 2. Entitled to 35 
men.] 

OFFICERS AND MEN. 

Reuben B. Locke, Foreman; George H.Curtis, Asst. Fore- 
man; William A. Bean, Clerk; Cyrus R. Robinson, Lewis Bean, 
George TV. Moody, John T. Bachelder, George W. Moulton, Wil- 
liam Pecker, Benjamin P. Kimball, John P. Locke, Charles H. 
Sanborn, John N». Hill, James F. Ward, Michael Hanrahan, Wash- 
ington Hill, James Smith, John Daignan, John E. Frye, George B. 
Pecker, Thomas Gleason, Charles T. Tenney, Jacob Puffer, John 
Welch. Alvah Atwood, John Hanrahan, Smith Bean. 



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"PIONEER" ENGINE CO., NO. 8. 

[Located near Baptist Church, Fisherville — "Ward 1. Entitled to 50 men. 
OFFICERS AND MEMBEES. 



Sylvester. G. Long, Foreman ; John "Whitaker, Asst. Fore- 
man ; E. T. Bachelder, Benj. Morrill, Horace Abbott, Cleric and 
Treasurer ; Albert H. Drown, Samuel Merriam, Jeremiah S. Dur- 
gin, Daniel Gibson, George B. Elliot, Abial Rolfe, John A. Co- 
burn, David A. Brown, Cyrus W. Lincoln, Charles W. Hardy, 
Wm. H. Allen, Nathaniel Rolfe, Samuel C. Pickard, Jacob B. 
Rand, Timothy C. Rolfe, Charles Abbot, Edward McArdle, George 
H. Hinton, Joshua S. Bean, Charles D. Rowell, Alonzo Elliot, Jo- 
seph Knowles, John G. Warren, Charles Smith, Moses H. Bean, 
Mason W. Tucker, E. S. Harris, Samuel R. Mann, Samuel Holt, 
George E. Flanders, Charles C. Bean, Fifield Tucker, James M. 
Chase, Ira C. Edgerly, Calvin Roberts, Isaac N. Vesper, E. R. 
Manning, Henry Currier, Henry F. Brown, Daniel Smith, Reuben 
C. Danforth, William H. Bell, Eli Hanson, Abial W. Rolfe. 



CONCORD R. R. HYDRANT AND HOSE CO., NO 1.' 



[Located on Concord Railroad Corporation. Entitled to SO men.] 



OFFICERS AND MFMBERS. 

B. A. Kimball, Foreman; M. W. Dickerman, Asst. Foreman, 
J. W. Hildreth, Clerk; Hiram Richardson, Edward Studley, J. G. 
Alexander, S. Bennett, A. A. Adams, A. J. Stoning, Silas Mes- 
ser, W. W. Cloud, Sullivan Wise, Jeremiah Smith, Daniel Law, 
H. Babb, Jonathan Evans, Grafton Upham, Geo. W. Clark, Ed- 
win Clark, A. F. Moore, Geo. Dickerman. 



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"HOOK AND LADDER CO., NO. 1." 

[Located on Warren street between State and Green streets.] 
OEFICEKS AND MEMBEKS. 

James N. Lawdeb', Foreman ; Frederick' S. Crawford, Asst. 
Foreman : J. B. Smart, Clerk; Wm. H. Buntin, Curtis White, N. 
S. Shaw, T. K. Blaisdell, Geo. S. Dennett, Joseph C. Eaton, F. 
W. Hayes, Robert Crummett, D. D. Brainard, John G. Elliott, 
Daniel Clifford, Edward B. Robinson, Michael Haines, Martin 
Kinah, M, H. Johnson, R. W. Willey, Seth R. Dole, A. H. Mor- 
rison, Joseph B. Ellis, W. E. G-ordon, E. B. Hutchinson, David 
Shaw, A. B. Carter, James Leahy, Joseph H. Lane, C. H. Stearns, 
0. H. T. Richardson, Frederick Emerson, Charles H. Abbott, 
Charles Long, Charles Dennett, Beuj. T.Bickford, Zadoc S. Pack- 
ard, Charles C. Fernald, John W. Ferrin, George P. Harvey, John 
P. Dennett, Dimond Warriner, Charles Crow, Alonzo S. Green, 
David B. Courser, Samuel Edmunds, Charles Lang. 



"EAGLE HOSE CO., NO. 1." 

[Located on Warren street, between State and Green streets.] 
OEFICEES AND MEMBEKS. 

I. G. Howe, Foreman; Wm. Lovejoy, Asst. Foreman; M. T. 
Palmer, Clerk and Treasurer ; Geo. H. Chesley, Foreman of Hose ; 
F. V. Osgood, Asst. Hose; Chas. H. Newell, J. L. Green, J. S. 
Webster, Samuel Jameson, Peter Scott, Joseph Labonta, George 
McLear, Steward; L. F. Groves, C. E. Robbins, James Lyster, 
H. H. Proctor, C. G. Shaw, James Dolan, James Scott. 



GO 



Fourth Annual Report of the Cemetery Committee. 



To the City Council of the City of Concord : 

The Cemetery Committee present this their Third Annual Re- 
port. 

The Receipts and Expenditures of the Cemetery Committee 
from Dec. 21, 1862, to Dec. 23, 1863, have been as follows, viz : 
from and on account of the Old Cemetery : 

he ceipts: 

Dec. 22, 1863. From "W. Odlin, amount collected for lots 

sold from Nov. 5, 1862, to Dec, 25, 1863 $118 00 

B XPENDITTJKES . 

Paid N. White, for water, $18 00 

Amariah Carter, for labor, 51 1-2 days 51 50 

C. W. Paige, labor 1 1 25 

W. Odlin, for collecting, 11 80 

J. Brown, bill March 19, 1863, to Blossom Hill Cem- 
etery 9 00 

C. W. Paige, for labor 1857, BlossomHill Cemetery, 10 QO 

C. W. Paige, (Sup't.) balance on hand, 6 45 

$118 00 

Funds of old Cemetery in the hands of City Treasurer 
December 23d, 1862, $574 53. Since collected $36 00 
interest on the $500 U. S. five-twenty six per cent, 
bond. Invested as follows : the five hundred dollar 

bond remains as last year 500 00 

Cash on hand invested in a one hundred dollar 5-20 

TJ. S. 6 per cent Bond 100 00 

Cash on hand 10 55 

■ $610 55 

There are many lots in this Cemetery occupied, unpaid 
for, and a number of unoccupied lots not sold. 



BLOSSOM HILL CEMETEB Y — B. E C E I P T S . 

Balance om hand, Dec. 23d, 1862 $92 68 

Received for wood and grass, 162 75 

Of the City Treasurer 1200 00 

Of W. Odlin, 109 92 

$1565 35 



61 
l 

EX PEKDITUKES. 

Paid for excavating and building 2000 feet granite faced 

wall, $350 00 

Building tool house, with two piazzas to same, 130 00 

For labor of men and teams gravelling avenue*, walks, 
building bank wall, a stone dam with a walk on top 
of the same, culverts, cutting wood, building com- 
mon, drawing loam and muck on common, building 
a new avenue around the pond, and various other 

services, as per bill rendered, 1085 35 

$1565 35 

The whole amount received from the sale of lots in Blos- 
som Hill Cemetery, up to Dec. 23d, 1862, 1790 89 

From Dec. 23d, 1862, to Dec. 23d. 1863 1031 50 

— $2822 39 

Of this amount there remains unexpended in the city- 
treasury, $577 03 

Of the above amount, $515 75 goes to the city for the 
purchase of the Cemetery Grounds, agreeable to an 
ordinance passed February 4, 1860, leaving in the 
hands of the city treasurer, $61.28, for the use of the $61 28 
Cemetery Committee, and your committee have in 
their hands unexpended, Dec. 23, 1863, the sum of 180 35 

Which they have this day deposited with the city treas- 
urer, subject to their draft, making in all the amount $241 63 



Your committee have many other improvements in contempla- 
tion for the ensuing year, which they hope to carry into effect 
through the generous purchase of lots and promptness in paying 
for the same by the good citizens of Concord, which they will 
readily see will be very essential for the further improvement of 
the Cemetery grounds. 



? For the Committee. 



REPORT OF THE POLICE JUSTICE. 



To His Honor the Mayor and the Board of Aldermen of the City 
of Concord : 

The Police Justice herewith submits the eleventh annual report: 

The number of civil actions entered in the Police Court of the 
City of Concord during the fiscal year now about to expire was 
twenty. 

The whole number of persons arraigned on criminal process 
before the Police Justice during the year was one hundred and 
seventy-one. 

The nature of the offences charged against those persons who 
were brought before the Police Justice at the instance of the City 
Marshal, and the results of such prosecutions are particularly spe- 
cified in this report. 

The Police Justice charges himself as follows : 

Amount of fines received in criminal cases, $263 08 

Amount of fees and costs, " " " 
Amount of fees in civil actions, 



And discharges himself as follows : 
Paid City Marshal, expenses of prosecution, 
Paid for blanks, 
Paid City Treasurer, 



By the foregoing, it will be perceived that the business of the 
Police Court during the fiscal year now terminating, has very 
largely increased over that of any previous year. 

SYLVESTER DANA, Police Justice. 
Concord, January 30th, 1864. 





383 93 

17 58 


$284 09 

28 

380 22 


664 59 
Afifi4 59 



63 
REPOKT OF THE SPECIAL JUSTICE. 



To His Honor the Mayor and the Board of Aldermen of the City 
of Concord : 

Said Justice respectfully submits the following statement of his 
doings in the Police Court : 

The whole number of cases returned before said Justice the 
past year, ending January 30th, 1864, were seven, one of which 
being for drunkenness, and the other six for selling intoxicating 
liquors. 

The amount of costs received by said Justice is four dollars 
and two cents, the same having been paid into the City Treasury. 
S. C. BADGER, Special Police Justice. 

Concord, January 30th, 1864. 



REPORT OF THE CITY MARSHAL. 

City Marshal's Office, > 
Concord, January 30, 1864. $ 

To His Honor the Mayor and the Board of Aldermen of the 
City of Concord : 

At the close of another municipal year I have the honor to submit the an- 
nual report in relation to the Police Department of the City of Concord, 
giving the number of arrests and prosecutions with a synopsis of the offences 
committed in relation thereto, for the year ending January 3 1,,JLS 6 4. 

Whole number of arrests made during the year were 359 — to wit: 

Stubbornness and disobedience 1 

Fornication '. I 

Adultery, 1 

Keeping house of ill fame, 2 

Burglary, 1 

Keeping saloon open on Sunday, 1 

Larceny from the person, 2 

Breaking windows, ^ . . . . 3 

Keeping open saloon after 10 o'clock, 3 

Keeping liquor for sale, 7 

Gambling, 8 

Larceny, 17 

Common prostitutes, 30 

Assaulting police officers, 14 

Common drunkards, 28 

Assault and battery, 47 



64 

Intoxication, 92 

Disturbing the public peace, 60 

Noise, brawl and tumult, 41 

359 

Of the above cases, 138 were arraigned before the police court, and dis- 
charged, convicted or bound over to appear at the next trial term of the Su- 
preme Judicial Court, for the following offences, to wit : 

Stubbornness and disobedience 1 

Adultery, 1 

Keeping house of ill-fame, 2 

Fornication, 1 

Burglary, 1 

Keeping saloon open on Sunday 1 

Larceny from the person, 2 

Breaking windows, 3 

Keeping saloon open after 10 o'clock, 3 

Keeping liquor for sale, 7 

Gambling, 8 

Larceny 9 

Common prostitutes 11 

Assaulting police officers, 8 

Common drunkards 15 

Assault and battery 36 

Intoxication, 29 

138 

The above cases were disposed of in the following manner by the police 
Court: 

Sentenced to pay fines, 65 

Sentenced to House of Correction, 29 

Sentenced to House of Reformation 2 

Sentenced to the jail, 3 

Discharged, 4 

Dismissed or nol prossed, 6 

Ordered to recognize to appear at Supreme Judicial Court 29 

138 
The year just closed has been an eventful one to all classes of our citizens, 
and has brought much extra work and care to the officers of the city. 

The prevailing crime in this, as in all other cities, is that of intemperance, 
and more arrests are made for that offence than any other. 

Licentiousness also prevails to a great extent, and has become one of the 
great sins of the age. 

Taking into consideration the exciting scenes of the past year, J. think we 
have reason to congratulate ourselves that our city has enjoyed so much of 
quiet, and been comparatively free from riotous and lawless proceedings, and 
that much less of aggravated crimes has been committed than might reasonably 
have been expected. 

Respectfully submitted, 

J. L. PICKERING, Citij Marshal. 



REPORT OF THE TRUSTEES OF THE PUBLIC LIBRARY. 



The uudersigned, Trustees of the Public Library, submit the 
following 

REPORT : 

The Library has enjoyed a good measure Of prosperity during 
the past year. . The appropriation made in its favor by the City 
Government, together with the amount realized from subscriptions, 
has afforded a sufficiency of means wherewith to purchase the new 
books indispensably needed, to pay the salary of the Librarian, to 
re-bind old books, and to make necessary additions to the shelves 
for the accemmodation of the increased number of volumes. It is 
to be hoped that the City Government will continue to manifest 
towards this institution the liberality of the past. The Library, as 
a source of advantage and honor to our city, stands, in importance, 
alongside with our public schools. 

The number of volumes added to the Library by purchase, dur- 
ing the past year has been one hundred and forty-seven- 1 — some- 
what smaller than in some previous years, by reason of many of 
the additions being works of standard value, and of considerable 
price. The whole number of volumes now in the Library is three 
thousand seven hundred and twenty-five. Donations have been 
received as follows : — 2 volumes from Mrs. J . A. Eames ; 2 vols. 
Public Documents, from Hon. E. H. Rollins ; 1 vol. from Lieut. 
W. F. Goodwin, U. S. A.; 1 vol. from W H. Kimball. 

The number of subscriptions during the year, have been six 

hundred and sixty-nine, and the number of books taken out by 

subscribers twenty-eight thousand ninety -eight. These figures 

show that the Library is used, and serve to illustrate its importance 

5 



LIQUOR AGENCY. 



To His Honor the Mayor, and the Board of Aldermen oj the City 
of Concord : 

The undersigned respectfully submits the following report of his 
agency in the purchase and sale of liquors in the city of Concord 
for the year ending February 1st., 1864. 

Amount of liquors on hand Jan. 31st, 1863, $362 28 

" " since purchased, 1.351 48 

freight bills, 21 29 

" " fixtures, corks, etc, 8 04 

" " U. S. License, 13 33 

'• " Insurance, 5 10 

Agent's salary, 300 00 

$2,061 52 



contra: 






Amount on hand Feb. 1, 1864, 


$563 11 




" received for liquors, 


1.463 41 




" " " casks, 


35 00 


$2,061 52 






CASH AC C OUNT 




Cash on hand Jan. 31, 1863, 


94 26 




since received, 


1.498 41 


$1,592 67 


Paid for liquors, 


$1,233 74 


it it freight, 


21 29 




" " fixtures, corks, etc, 


8 04 




" " U. S. License, 


13 33 




" " Insurance, 


5 00 




" " Agent's salary, 


300 00 




'* " Cash on hand, 


11 17 









$1,592 67 



Whole number of sales, 4121. 

CALVIN THORN, Agent. 

"Mr.KKiMACK, ss. Feb. 1, 1864. Sworn to before me. 

BENJAMIN PARKER, Justice of the Peace.