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CONNECTICUT REGISTER 



MANUAL: 



STATE GJ±Xj'E}T<I1DJ±.'&, 

OF 

PUBLIC OFFICERS AND INSTITUTIONS 

FOR 

1882. 

[Compiled by Charles F. Bkowx.] 




High water is calculated for New London and Saybrook, or one 
hour later than New York. For Fairfield add Sh. 80m. : Bridgeport, 
add :2h. 15m. ; New Haven, add 2h. 90m. ; Hartford. ?ub. 5h." ; Nor- 
wich, add 40m. 



HARTFORD : 
BROWN AND GROSS. 



5v^cC*w 

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PREFACE. 



In issuing the Register and Manual for 1882, the publishers 
present their thanks to all persons who have furnished informa- 
tion for its pages. From the records in the Office of the 
Secretary of State, we have taken such statistics as could be 
found there. In other cases we have referred to Secretaries, 
Clerks, and other Officers whose authority was most to be relied 
upon. We have carefully endeavored to avoid errors, and to 
make the present issue accurate as possible. 
. The Legislative matter, Jan., 1882, has been made as com- 
plete as could be, to the time of the work being put in press. 

In the list of Attorneys, no names have been inserted but 
those who are duly authorized by the Courts to practice in the 
State. 

Those who furnish matter for the Register, or desire any 
changes to be made, are reminded that the printing of the work 
begins about the 1st of December. 

Commissioners for other States should give notice of any 
additions or changes directly to us, as there is no other means 
of reference. 



Copyrighted, 1882, 
By BROWN & GROSS. 



INDEX. 



Allotment of Judges, 27 

American Asylum, - 198 
- >rs, * - - 72-119 
Attorneys at Law, - 47-7' > 
Banks - 167-170 

Bank Statistics, - 171-172 

Boards of Relief, 72-119 

Board of School Visitors, 72-1 19 
Boroughs, - - - 133 
Calendar, - 5-16 

Census, - - 201-202 

Children 4 to 16, 120-128 

Cities, - - - 129 

Clergy and Ecclesiastical 

Statistics, - - 136-151 

Baptist, 140 

Congregational, - 136 

Episcopal, - - 143 

Methodist, - - 146 

Methodist African, - 148 

Presbyterian, - 148 

Roman Catholic, - 149 

Universalist, - 149 

Others, - - - 151 

Clerks, Town, - 72-119 

" County, - - 46-70 

Collectors, Town, - 72-119 

Colleges, - 196-198 

Commissioners, Bank, 167 

" County, 46-70 

•' Insurance, 176 

" Railroad, 178 

i Turnpike R'ds, 31 

" l « Bridges, 32 

• " Ferries, 32 

Fisheries, 32 

" for other States, 33 

Comm'rs Superior Court, 48-71 

Comptroller, (1881-'83) 17 



Congress, - - 183-188 

Conn. Humane Society, 119 

Conn. Prison Assoc, * 200 

Constables, - 72-119 

Counties, - - 46-70 

Fairfield, 59 

Hartford, - 46 

Litchfield, - - 65 

Middlesex, - - 68 

New Haven, 51 

New London, - 56 

Tolland, 70 

Windham, - - 62 

Courts. See Calendar pages. 

Common Pleas, - 26 

Of Litchfield County, 27 

Probate, - - * 29-31 

Superior, - - 26-28 

Supreme, - - 26 

United States, - 25 

Cromwell Hall, - 200 

Custom House Officers, 189 

Education, Boards of, 72-119 

Electoral Vote, - - 206 

Executive of Conn., - 17 

General Assembly, (1882) 18-23 

Senate, " * u 18 

House of Representatives, 18 

Governor, (1881-'S3) 17 

Governor's Guard, - 163 

Grand Jurors, - 72-119 

Gen. Hospital Soc, - 200 

Hartford Hospital, 200 

Insane Hospitals, - 119 

Industrial School, - 200 

Inspector General of Gas 

Meters, fee., - 33 

Inspectors of Steam Boilers, 33 
Insurance Companies, 176-178 



IV INDEX. 

Jailors, - 46-70 State Board of Education, 199 

Judges Superior Court, 26 State Board of Health, 151 

Judges Supreme Court, 26 State Chemists, 33 

Judge, &c., U. S. Courts, 25 State Library Committee, 17 
Jurors, No. of, - 72-119 State Officers, (l881-'83) 17 

Justices of the Peace, 48-71 State Prison, - - 199 

Legislature Meetings, 206 Table of Distances, 203-205 

Medical Society, Conn., 151 Theological Institute, 198 

Homeopathic, - 152 Town Officers, - 72-119 

Eclectic, - - 152 Town Clerks, Registrars, 

Militia, (Enrolled,) 120-128 Treasurers, Selectmen, 
Nat'l Bank Examiner, 167 Constables, Collectors, 

National Guard, - 162 Grand Jurors, Assessors, 

Normal School, - - 198 Boards of Relief, Boards 
Notaries Public, - 34-46 of Education, & Regis- 
Physicians and Surg., 152-162 trars of Voters. 
Post-Office Departm't, 190-196 Town Statistics, - 120-128 

Probate Courts, - - 29-31 Vote for Pres., Gov.; En- 
Railroads, - - 178-182 rollments, School Chil- 
Reform School, - 200 dren, and Valuation. 
Registrars, - - 72-119 Treasurer, Counties, 46-70 
Registers in Bankruptcy, 26 " State, (188 1-' 83) 17 
Representatives, State,(1882) 18 " Town, - 72-119 
Rep., State, No. of, - 203 Trinity College, - 197 
Retreat for the Insane, 119 Trust Companies, - 175 
Revenue Officers, - 188 U. S. Commissioners, 26 
Savings Banks, - 173 United States, Executive, 183 
School Fund Commissioner, 17 Judiciary, - - 183 
Schools, No. Children, 120-128 Senate, - - 183 
School Visitors, - 72-119 House of Representatives, 185 
Sec. of State, (1881-'83) 17 Votes for Governor, 120-128 
Selectmen, - - 72-119 " State Officers, 23 
Senators, State, (1882) 18 " Senators, (1881) 23 
Sheffield Scientific School, 197 'On Constitutional Amend- 
Sheriffs, - - - 46-70 ments, - 207 
State Auditors, 33 for President (1880), 120-128 
State Agricultural Society, 199 for Congressmen (1880), 207 
State Agricultural Station, 199 Weslevan University, 198 
State Attorneys, 46-70 Yale College, - - 196 
State Board of Agriculture. 199 

Manual and Roll, - - - -209 



1882. JANUARY. 1st Month. 



moon's PHASES. SUN SOUTH. 

©Full Moon, 4d, 6h, 10m, M. Id, 12h. 4m. 0s. 

jtqr. 12d, lOh, 59m,M. 7d, I2h. 6m. 41s. 

© New Moon, 19d, llh, 47m, M. 13d, I2h. 9m. 5s. 

f) First qr. 26d, 2h, 57m. M. 19d, 12h. 11m. 6s. 

25d, 12h. 12m. 40s. 



M W 


©R. ©S. JR. H.W. 


CALENDAR DAYS. 


1 Su 


7 2.3 4 37 4 52 7 05 




2M 

3Tu 


7 22 4 3S 5 47 7 58 
7 22 4 38 6 37 8 47 


COURTS. 

SUPREME. 


4 W 

5Th 
6Fr 

8Su 


7 22 4 
7 21 4 39 
7 21 4 39 
7 20 4 40 
7 194 41 


rises. 9 29 2d Tuesday, at Hartford. 

6 15 10 12 

7 13 10 52 mlerior. 

8 12 11 *^9 * 8 * Tuesa "ay, at New Haven. 

9 09 eve 05 * st Tuesday, at X. Haven (Criini- 


9M 


7 184 42 


10 08 41 


nal Term). 


10 Tu 


7 18 4 42 


11 07 1 22l*i 


: Tuesday, at New London 


11 W 


7 1 7 4 43 


morn. 2 ()5 


(Criminal Term). 



12Th7 174 43 06 2 53 4th Tuesday, at Hartford. 

13 Fr 7 16 4 44 1 03 3 46 common pleas. 

14 Sa 7 15 4 45 2 11 4 43 lgtM Irtfd N H . andDanb » v . 

15 Su i 14 4 46 3 15 5 47 „, „ - \orwalk (adi Term) 

16 M 7 144 46 4 18 6 5., 3d M., at Norwalk (adj. lerm). 

27 Tu 7 13 4 47 5 17 7 55 district court of litchfield co. 

18W 7 124 48 6 12 8 48 1 st Monday, at Winchester. 

19 Th 7 1 1 4 49 sets. 9 41 district court of waterburt. 

20 Fr 7 10 4 50 6 39 10 35 l st Monday, at Waterburv. 

21 Sa 7 9 4 51 7 56 1 1 22 

22Su7 94 51 9 lOmorn. CHURCH DAY*. 

23 M 7 -4 52 10 24 05 lst. Circumcision. 

24Tu7 6 4 5411 33 55 6th, Epiphany. 

25 W 7 5 4 5r)morn. 1 47 gth; 1st Sunday after Epiphany. 

26Th7 4 4 56 39 2 41 15th, 2d 8unday after Epiphany. 

27 Fr 7 3 4 57 1 46 3 40^, 3d Sunday after Epiphany. 

28 Sa 7 2 4 58 2 47 4 42 25th, Conversion of 8t. PauL 

29 Su 7 14 59 3 43 5 44 29th, 4th Sunday after Epiphany. 

30 M 7 00 5 4 35 6 45 

31 Tu 6 59 5 1 5 19 7 37 



2d Month. 




FEBRUARY. 






1882 


moon's 


PHASES. 






SUN SOUTH. 




© Full Moon, 3d, Ih, 10m, M. 


Id, 


12h. 


13m. 


53s. 


(fft Last qr. 1 1 d, 


3h, 


46m, 


M. 


7d, 


12h. 


14m. 


23s. 


® New Moon, 1 


I7d, 


lOh, 


2m, E. 


13d, 


12h. 


14m. 


25s 


<© First qr. 24d 


,4h 


43m 


, E. 


19d, 


12h. 


14m. 


Is 










25d, 


12h. 


13m. 


13s 



M W <v)R. ©S. 


QR. 


H. 


w. 


CALENDAR DAYS. 


l'W 6 


585 


2 


5 58 


8 


26 




2 Th 6 


57 5 


3 


rises. 


9 


04 




3Fr 6 


56 5 


4 


6 03 


9 


42 




4'Sa 6 


55 5 


5 


7 03 


10 


21 


COURTS. 


5Su 6 


53 5 


7 


8 01 


10 


58 


U. S. DISTRICT. 


6M 6 


52 5 


S 


8 58 


11 


32 4th Tuesday, at New Haven. 


7Tu 6 


51 5 


9 


9 58 aft. 


Ofi' 

UD SUPERIOR. 


8W 


6 


50 5 


10 


10 56 


451 

r 1st Tuesday, at Brooklyn. 


9Th 

10 Fr 

11 Sa 


6 
6 
6 


48 5 
475 
46 5 


12 
13 
14 


11 58 
morn. 
59 


1 
2 
3 


29 

2d Tuesday, at Bridgeport. 

, _ 2d Tuesday, at Middletown. 


12 Su 


6 


45 5 


15 


2 02 


4 


, fi 3d Tuesday, at Bridgeport (Crimi- 


13 M 


6 


44 5 


16 


3 01 


5 


23 


nal Term). 


14 Tu 


6 


42 5 


18 


3 57 


6 


30 


COMMON PLEAS. 


15 W 


6 


415 


19 


4 45 


7 


35 


1st Monday, at Bridgeport. 


16 Th 


6 


39 5 


21 


5 31 


8 


33 


1st Tuesday, at Norwich. 


17 Fr 


6 


38 5 


22 


sets. 


9 


21 




18 Sa 


6 


37 5 


23 


6 43 


10 


11 


CHURCH DAYS. 


19 Su 


6 


36 5 


24 


7 59 


10 


58 2d, Purification Virgin Mary. 


20 M 


6 


34 5 


26 


9 13 


11 


42 5th, Septuagesima. 


21 Tu 


6 


33 5 


27 


10 25 


morn. ji2th, Sexagesima. 


22 W 


6 


32 5 


28 


11 33 





2 " 19th, Quinquagesima. 


23 Th 


6 


30 5 


30 


morn. 


1 


21 22d, Ash Wednesday. 


24 Fr 


6 


29 5 


31 


37 


2 


17 24th, St. Matthias. 


25 Sa 


6 


27 5 


33 


1 36 


3 


} ^ 26th, 1st Sunday in Lent 


26 Su 


6 


26 5 


34 


2 30 


4 


19 


27 M 


6 


25 5 


35 


3 16 


5 


20 


28 Tu 


G 


23 5 


37 


3 59 


6 


16 





1882. 



MARCH. 



3d Month. 



MOON S PHASES. 

©Full Moon, 4d, 7h, 51m, E. 

it qr. 12d, 4h, 40m, E. 
i£ New Moon, 19d, 7h, 29m, M. 
| First qr. 26d, 8h, 45m, M. 

MIWI0R. ®S.- JR. II. W. 



SUM ^OUTH. 



Id, 
7d, 

13d, 
19d, 
25d, 



12h. 
12h. 
I2h. 

12h. 
12h. 



12m. 

11m. 
9m. 

7m. 
5m. 



28s. 

7b. 

32s. 

488. 
59s. 



CALENDAR DAYS. 



1 w 

2Th 

3Fr 

4Sa 

5Su 

6M 

7Tu 

8W 

9Th 

10 Fr 

11 Sa 

12 Su 

13 M 

14 Tu 

15 W 

16 Th 

17 Fr 

18 Sa 

19 Su 

20 M 

21 Tu 

22 W 

23 Th 

24 Fr 

25 Su 

26 Su 

27 M 

28 Tu 

29 W 

30 Th 

31 Fr 



22 5 

215 

195 

185 

175 

15 5 

145 

12 5 

11 5 

105 

85 

7 5 

55 

45 

35 

15 

06 

59 6 

57 6 

56 6 

54 6 

53 6 

52 6 

50 6 

49 6 

47 6 

46 6 

45 6 

43 6 

42 



52 
50 

51 11 
51 11 



38 4 33 

39 5 01 

41 5 40 

42 rises 

43 6 

45 7 

46 8 

48 9 

49 10 

50 11 

52 morn. 

53 50 
1 
2 
3 
4 
4 



7 


09 


7 


56 


8 


37 


9 


12 


9 


47 


!° 


25 



11, 

38* 



45 

.'37 
22 

02 



55 
56 

57 
59 



1 s 

3 6 

4 8 

6 9 

7 10 
811 

10 morn. 

11 19 

13 1 

14 1 

15 2 

17 3 

18 3 



inal Term). 
\ 3d Tuesday, at New London. 



5 40 6 20 3 



COURTS. 

SUPREME. 

3d Tuesday, at Bridgeport. 

52 eve. 16 buperiob. 

42 1 02 1 st Tuesday, at Hartford (Crim- 
-o inal Term), 
ki 3d Tuesday, at Waterbury (Crim- 

56. 
02 l 

I I COMMON PLEAS. 

14 1st Monday, at Hartford, New 
I q Haven, and Bridgeport. 

S. 8 59 DISTRICT COURT OF LITCHFIELD CO. 

45 9 44 1st Monday, at Canaan. 

V2U 21 CHURCH DAYS. 

19 morn. 5th, 2d Sunday in Lent. 

18 06 12th, 3d Sunday in Lent, 

57 19th, 4th Sunday in Lent. 

1 52 25th, Annun. Virgin Mary. 

2 50 26th, 5th Sunday in Lent 

3 49 

4 45 

5 41 

6 31 

7 19 



4th Month. 




APRIL. 


1882. 


moon's phases. 




SUN SOUTH. 


© Full Moon, 3d, Oh, 59m, 


E. 


Id, 12h. 3m 50s. 


(§> Last qr. lid, lh, 42m, M. 


7d, 12h. 2m. 4s. 


f) New Moon, 17d, 4h, 50m, E. 


13d, 12h. Om. 26s. 


(§) First qr. 25d, 2h, 8m, M 




19d, llh. 59m. Os. 
25d, llh. 58m. Os. 


M 


W @R. OS. OR. 


H. 

8 


W. 

00 


CALENDAR DAYS. 


1 


Sa 


5 39 6 21 4 30 




2 


Su 


5 38 6 22 4 55 


8 


39 




3 


M 


5 36 6 24 


rises. 


9 


15 


COURTS. 


4 


Tu 


5 35 6 25 


7 43 


9 


53 




5 


YV 


5 34 6 26 


8 45 


10 


33 


U. S. CIRCUIT. 


6 


Th 


5 33 6 27 


9 46 


11 


14 


4th Tuesday, at New Haven. 


7 


Fr 


5 316 29 


10 45 


11 


56 


8UPERIOR. 


8 


Sa 


5 30 6 30 


11 40 


eve 


43 


1st Tuesday, at New Haven (Crim- 


9 


Su 


5 28 6 32 


morn. 


1 


37 


inal Term). 


10 


M 


5 27 6 33 


31 


2 


37 


1st Tuesday, at Litchfield (Crim- 


11 


Tu 


5 26 6 34 


1 17 


3 


38 


inal Term). 


12 


W 


5 24 6 36 


1 59 


4 


44 


2d Tuesday, at Tolland. 


13 


Th 


5 23 6 37 


2 36 


5 


49 


3d Tuesday, at Haddam. 


14 


Fr 


5 22 6 38 


3 10 


6 


50 


COMMON PLEAS. 


15 


Sa 


5 20 6 40 


3 42 


7 


45 


1st Monday, at Danbury. 


16 


Su 


5 19 6 41 


4 15 


8 


37 


1st Tuesday, at New London. 


17 


M 


5 18 6 42 


sets. 


9 


20 




18 


Tu 


5 16 6 44 


7 56 


10 


DISTRICT COURT OF LITCHFIELD CO 


19 


W 


5 15 6 45 


9 03 


11 


00 


1st Tuesday, at New Milford. 


20 


Th 


5 14 6 46 


10 05 


11 


46 




21 


Fr 


5 12 6 48 


10 59 


morn. 


CHURCH DAYS. 


22 


Sa 


5 11 6 49 


11 47 


o 


33 


7th, Good Friday. 


23 


Su 


5 106 50 


morn. 


1 


26 


9th, Easter Sunday. 


24 


M 


5 8 6 52 


29 


2 


1 9 16th, 1st Sunday after Easter. 


25 


Tu 


5 7 6 53 


1 04 


3 


01 


23d, 2d Sunday after Easter. 


26 


W 


5 6 6 54 


1 37 


4 


06 


25th, St. Mark. 


27 


Th 


5 5 6 55 


2 06 


4 


56 


30th, 3d Sunday after Easter. 


28 


Fr 


5 3 6 57 


2 32 5 


48 




29 


Sa 


5 2 6 58 2 56 6 


33 




30 


Su 


5 16 59 


3 22 


7 


2d 









5th 


Month. 


SUN 


BOI 1 H 




iih. 


56m. 


56s. 


iih 


56m. 


21s. 


iih. 


56m. 


7-. 


iih. 


56m. 


15s. 


iih. 


56m. 


42s. 



1882. MAY. 



MOON'S PHASE8. 

© Full Moon, 3d, 3h, 43m. M. Id, 
® Last qr. lOd, 7h, 47m. M. 7d, 
Q New Moon, 17d, 2h, 45m, M 13d, 
<D First qr. 24d, 7h, 53m, K. 19d, 
1 25d, 

M W R. VS. R. H. W. CALENDAR DAYS. 

lM~T 7~ _ 3 49 8 03 

2 Tu 4 59 7 1 rises. 8 45 COURTS. 

3W 4 58 7 2 7 37 9 24 supreme. 

4 Th 4 56 7 4 8 38 10 10 lst Tuesday, at Hartford, 

c t?- < u" k q qsia ee Last Tue.-dav, at Norwich. 

5Fr 4 55, 5 9 3o 10 55 u. si district. 

6 Sa 4 o4 7 6 10 30 1 1 40 4th Tuesday, at Hartford. 

7 Su 4 54 7 6 11 16 L 've. 29 superior. 

8 M 4 52 7 8 11 5S 1 24 2d Tuesday, at Brooklyn. 



n r r ( K1 L n , ~ -, 2d Tuesday, at Danbury (Criminal 

9 Tu 4 d\ / 9 morn. 2 21 Term)* 

10W 4 50 7 10 35 3 19 1st Tuesday,. it Norwich (Criminal 

11 Th 4 49 7 11 1 10 4 23 Term). 

12 Fr 4 48 7 12 1 43 5 ^4 lst Tuesda y, at Waterbury. 

COMMON PLE \S 

13 Sa 4 47 7 13 2 15 6 23 lst Monday/ at Hartford. New 

14 Su 4 46 7 14 2 48 7 21 Haven, and Bridgeport 

15 M 4 45 7 15 3 25 8 14 3d Monday, at Stamford (ad- 

16 Tu 4 44 7 16 s_ets 9 02^™^™'^^^ co . 
1/ W 4 43 , 1/ i 48 9 50 i s t Monday, at Winchester. 
18Th4 42 7 18 8 47 10 39 ECCLESIASTICAL. 

19 Fr 4 41 7 19 9 39 11 27 2d Thursday, American Bible and 

20 Sa 4 40 7 20 10 22 morn. other Societies in New York. 

21 Su 4 39 7 2111 01 09 ** ^SSJS^^ ***' 

22 M 4 38 7 22 11 36 56 4th Tues., Baptist Mission Union. 

23 Tu 4 37 7 23 morn. 1 43 4th Wednesday, American Sunday 

24 \V 4 37 7 23 06 2 30 Sch ° o1 Union - 

25 Th 4 36 7 24 33 3 17 CHURCH DAYS. 
or IT t. i qkU ne c\ z>u a nc 1st, St. Philip and St. James. 

26 tr 4 35J 25 ob 4 08 7th » Ath gan ^ 7 after ^^ 

2/ Sa 4 34/ 26 1 23 4 55 nth, 5th Sunday after Easter. 

28 Su 4 34 7 26 1 49 5 *8<18th, Ascension ] 

9 9 M 4 33 7 27 ° 19 6 39 '21st, Sunday after Ascension 

30Tu4 32 7 28 2 51 7 28 28t "' " hit: ±"" d: '> 

31 \V 4 31 7 29 3 28 8 17 



6th Month. 








JUNE. 1882 


moon's PHASES. 


SUN SOUTH. 


© Full Moon, Id, 3h, 45m, 


E. Id, llh. 57m. 34s. 


(§> Last qr. 8d, Oh, 21m, E. 


7d, llh. 58m. 35s. 


© New Moon, 15d, lh, 45m, E. 13d', llh. 59m. 47s. 


<§> First qr. 


23d, lh, 13m, E. 19d, 12h. Om. 51s. 








25d, 12h. 2m. 22s. 


M 


W|&R.|©B.| OR. 


H. 


W. 


CALENDAR DAYS. 


1 


Th 4 


317 29 rises. 


~9~ 


03 




2Fr 4 


30 7 30 8 22 9 


50 




3Sa 4 


30 7 30 9 03 10 


40 


COURTS. 


4Su 4 


29 


7 31 9 59 11 


2 | SUPREME. 


5M 4 


29 


7 31 10 37 eve 


i « 1st Tuesday, at New Haven. 


6 Tu 4 


28 


7 32 11 13 1 


08 SUPERIOR. 


7W 4 


28 


7 32 11 46 2 


02 1st Tuesday, at Hartford (Crimi- 


8Th 4 


27 


7 33 morn. 2 


59 nal Term). 


9Fr 4 


27 


7 33 17 3 


56 1st Tuesday, Litchfield. 


10 Sa 4 


27 


7 33 49 


4 


57 


1st Tuesday, at Norwich. 


11 Su 4 


26 


7 34 


1 24 


5 


59 


1st Tuesday, at Tolland. 


12 M 4 


26 


7 34 


2 02 


7 


00 


COMMON PLEA8. 


13 Tu 4 


26 


7 34 


2 42 


7 


56 


1st Monday, at Dan bury. 


14 W 4 


25 


7 35 


3 30 


8 


47 




15 Th 4 


25 


7 35 sets. 9 


30 ECCLESIASTICAL. 


16 Fr 


4 


25 


7 35 8 16 10 


21 


3d Tuesday, General Assoc, Conn 


17 Sa 


4 


25 


7 35 8 57 11 


03 




18 Su 


4 


25 


7 35 9 34 11 


44 


COMMENCEMENTS. 


19 M 


4 


25 


7 35 10 06 morn. 


Last Thursday, Trinity College. 


20 Tu 


4 


25 


7 35 10 35 


24 


Last Thursday, Yale College. 


21 W 


4 


25 


7 35 11 00 1 


05 Last Thursday, Weslevan Univ'y. 


22 Th 


4 


25 


7 35 11 26-1 


47 


23 Fr 


4 


25 


7 35 11 51 2 


39 CHURCH DAYS. 


24 Sa 


4 


25 


7 35 morn. 3 


1 7 4th, Trinity Sunday. 


25 Su 


4 


25 


7 35 19 


4 


09 11th, 1st Sunday after Trinity. 


26 M 


4 


25 


7 35 50 


5 


01 18th, 2d Sunday after Trinity. 


27 Tu 


4 


25 


7 35 1 25 


5 


58 25th, 3d Sunday after Trinity. 


28 W 


4 


26 


7 34 2 06 


6 


57 29th, St. Peter. 


29 Th 


4 


26 


7 34 2 55 


7 


54 


30 


Fr 


4 


26 


7 34 


rises. 


8 


45 





1882. 



JULY. 



7th Month, 



MOONS PHASES. 

© Full Moon, Id, Ih, 20m, M. 
(§> Last qr. 7d, 5h, 4m, B. 
New Moon, 15.1, 2h, 13m, M. 
© First qr. 23d, 5h, 29m, M. 
nil Moon, 30d,9bi I3ra, M. 



Id, 

7d, 

13d, 

I9d, 

25d, 



8UN SOUTH. 
12h. 3m. 
I2h. 4m. 
I2h. 5m. 
I2h. 6m. 
12h. 6m. 



34s. 
38s. 
28s. 

2s. 

15s. 



\l 


W ©R.| 


1 


Sa 4 26 


2 


Su 4 27 


3 


M 4 27 


4 


Tu 4 28 


5 


W 4 28 



6Th 
7Fr 
8 Sa 
9Su 

10 M 

11 Tu 

12 W 

13 Th 

14 Fr 

15 Sa 

16 Su 
I7M 

18 Tu 

19 W 

20 Th 

21 Fr 

22 Sa 

23 Su 

24 M 

25 Tu 

26 W 

27 Th 

28 Fr 

29 Sa 

30 Su 

31 M 



OS. QR- 
7 34 7 53 
33 8 35 
33 9 13 



32 9 48 

32 10 21 

32 10 54 

31 11 26 
31 morn. 

30 02 

30 41 

1 26 

2 15 

3 09 

7 33 

26 8 07 

25 8 35 

9 02 

9 28 

9 55 

22 10 20 

21 10 49 

20 11 21 

19 11 58 
18 morn. 

17 42 

16 1 35 

15 2 35 

14 3 42 
13 rises. 

12 7 46 



7 29 

7 28 

7 28 

7 27 

7 26 

7 

7 

7 24 

7 23 

7 22 

7 

7 

7 

7 

7 

7 

7 

7 

7 

7 



H. W. 
~9 33 

10 *27 

11 24 
aft. 

48 
40 
36 
32 
3.") 
39 
41 

7 38 

8 30 

9 13 
9 56 

10 37 

11 16 
11 51 
morn 
27 



CALENDAR DAYS. 



COURTS. 
SUPERIOR. 

1st Tuesday, at New Haven (Crim- 
inal Term). 



CHURCH DAYS. 

2d, 4th Sunday after Trinity. 
9th, 5th Sunday after Trinity 
16th, 6th Sunday after Trinity. 
23d, 7th Sunday after Trinity 
25th, St. .lame-. 
80th, Mb Sunday after Trinity. 



.") 


25 


6 


28 


7 


30 


8 


27 


9 


17 


10 


08 



8th Month. 



AUGUST. 



1882. 







moon's phases 






SUN SOUTH. 


(§> Last qr. 5d 


, llh, 25m, F 




Id, 12h. 6m. 4s. 


fj> New Moon 


13d, 4h, 22m, E. 


7d, 12h. 5m. 31s. 


© First qr. 2 Id, 8h, 7m, E. 




13d, 12h. 4m. 37s. 


© Full Moon 


28d, 4h, 3 Ira 


,E. 


19d, 12h. 3m. 24s. 
25d, 12h. lm. 53s. 


M 


W 
Tu" 


©R. 


©S. 


OR- i 


H. 

10 


W. 

56 


CALENDAR DAYS. 


1 


4 49 


7 


11 


8 19 




2 


W 


4 50 


7 


10 


8 53 


11 


41 ■ 


3 


Th 


4 51 


7 


9 


9 27 


eve 


26 


4 


Fr 


4 52 


7 


8 


10 03 


1 


18 


5 


Sa 


4 53 


7 


7 


10 42 


2 


12 COURTS. 


6 


Su 


4 54 


7 


6 


11 26 


3 


12 


7 


M 


4 55 


< 


5 


morn. 


4 


i ■- U. S. DISTRICT. 


8Tu 


4 56 


7 


4 


14 


5 


2i 4th Tuesday, at New Haven. 


9W 


4 58 


7 


2 


1 06 


6 


22 

*•*• SUPERIOR. 


10 
11 
12 


Th 
Fr 
Sa 


4 59 

5 
5 1 


7 
7 
6 


1 


59 


2 01 

2 58 

3 58 


7 
8 
8 


19 3d Tuesday, Litchfield. 

^ 4th Tuesday, at Hartford (Crim- 

51 inalTerm). 


13 Su 


5 2 


6 


58 


sets. 


9 


2 ' 4th Tuesday, at Bridgeport (Crim- 


14 M 


5 4 


6 


56 


7 06 


10 


08 inal Term). 


15Tu 


5 5 


6 


55 


7 33 


10 


44 4th Tuesday, at Brooklyn. 


16 W 


5 6 


6 


54 


8 01 


11 


19 


17 Th 5 7 


6 


53 


8 24 


11 


53 COMMON PLEAS. 


18 Fr 5 8 


6 


52 


8 51 


morn. 1st Tuesday, at New London. 


19 Sa 


5 10 


6 


50 


9 22 





30 DISTRICT COURT OF LITCHFIELD CO 


20 Su 

21 M 


5 11 
5 12 


6 
6 


49 

4S 


9 57 

10 38 


1 
1 


1 3 

1st Monday at Canaan. 


22 Tu 


5 14 


6 


46 


11 23 


2 


54 CHURCH DAYS. 


23 W 


5 15 


6 


45 


morn. 


3 


52 


24 Th 


5 16 


6 


44 


17 


4 


gg 6th, 9th Sunday after Trinity. 


25 Fr 5 17 


6 


43 


1 21 


6 


04 13th, 10th Sunday after Trinity. 


26 Sa 5 19 


6 


41 


2 30 


7 


08 20th, 11th Sunday after Trinity. 


27 Su 5 20 


6 


40 


3 42 


S 


06 24th, St. Bartholomew. 


28 M 5 21 


6 


39 


rises. 


8 


57 27th, 12th Sunday after Trinity. 


29 Tu 5 23 


6 


37 


6 49 


9 


44 


30 W 5 24 


6 


36 


7 25 


10 


34 


31 


Th 


5 25 


6 


35 


8 02 


11 


21 





1882. 



SEPTEMBER 



® 



MOON'S PHA8E8. 

Last qr. 4(1, 8h, 38m, M. 
Now Moon, 12d, 8h, 11m, M. 
First qr.20d, 8h, 40m, M. 
Full Moon, 27d, Oh, 22m, M. 







9th Month. 




SUN BOD I II 




Id, 


nh. 


59m. 


48s. 


7d, 


nh. 


57m 


50s. 


13d, 


nh. 


55m. 


7s. 


19d, 


nh. 


53m. 


39s. 


25d, 


llh 


51m. 


55s. 



Fr 5 26 6 34 8 40 eve. 06 

Sa 5 28 6 32 9 24 57 

Su 5 29 6 31 10 11 

M 5 30 6 30 1 1 03 

Tu 5 32 6 28 11 58 



W 5 33 6 27 morn. 
Th 5 34 6 26 46 
Fr 5 36 6 24 1 52 
Sa 5 37 6 23 
Su 5 38 6 22 
M 5 40 6 20 
Tu 5 41 6 19 
W 5 43 6 1 7 
Th 5 44 6 16 
Fr 5 45 6 15 
Sa 5 47 6 13 



9 



M \V ©R. ©S. K. H. W. 

1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 



1 

2 
3 

4 
5 
6 

2 51 7 

3 48 8 

4 47 8 
sets. 
6 29 10 

6 57 10 

7 25 11 



CALENDAR DAYS. 



COURTS. 



53 

53j U. B. CIRCUIT. 

56 3d Tuesday, at Hartford. 
57 

SUPERIOR. 

1st Tuesday, at Tolland. 

2d Tuesday, at Hartford. 
39' 2d Tuesday, at New Haven. 
92! 2d Tuesday, at New London 
en! 2d Tuesday, at Haddam. 

3d Tuesday, at Dan bury 

3d Tuesday, at Waterbury (Crim- 
inal Term). 



58 morn. 



Su 5 48 6 12 8 37 



M 5 



Tu 5 51 6 
W 5 52 6 
Th 5 54 6 
Fr 5 55 6 

Sa 5 56 6 
Su 5 



50 6 10 9 
910 



20 

1 



11 

8 11 08 
6 morn. 
5 12 
4 1 20 
2 2 32 
1 3 46 
T u 6 00 6 rises. 8 
W 6 01 5 59 5 55 9 
Th 6 03 5 57 6 33 10 
Fr 6 05 5 55 7 16 11 
Sa 6 06 5 54 8 04 1 1 



58 6 

59 6 



COMMON PLEAS. 

1st Mod day, at Hartford, New 
Haven, and Bridgeport. 

DISTRICT COURT OP LITCHFIELD CO. 

1st Monday, at New Milford. 

DISTRICT COURT OF WATERBURY. 

1st Tuesday, at Waterbury. 

CHURCH DAYS. 

3d, 13th Sunday after Trinity. 
10th, 14th Sunday after Trinity. 
17th. loth Sunday alter Trinity. 
21st, St. Matthew. 
24th, 16th Sunday after Trinity. 
29th, St. Michael and All Angels. 



10th Month. 



OCTOBER. 



1882. 



MOON 8 PHASES. 

(§ Last qr. 3d, 9h, 29m, E. 

© New Moon, 12d, lh, 13m, M. 

<f) First qr. 19d, 7h,6m, E. 

© Full Moon, 26d, 9h, 46m, M. 



SUN SOUTH. 

Id, llh. 49m. 35s. 

7d, llh. 47m. 47s. 

13d, llh. 46m. 14s. 

19d, llh. 45m. 00s. 

25d, llh. 44m. 9s. 



M W ©R. 

1 Su~6 07 

2M 6 09 

3Tu 6 10 

4W 6 12 

5Th 6 13 

6Fr 6 14 

7Sa 6 16 

8Su 6 17 

9M 6 18 

lOTu 6 19 

11 W 6 21 

12 Th 6 22 

13 Fr 6 24 

14 Sa 6 25 

15 Su 6 26 

16 M 6 28 

17 Tu 6 29 

18 W 6 30 

19 Th 6 32 

20 Fr 6 33 

21 Sa 6 34 

22 Su 6 36 

23 M 6 37 

24 Tu 6 38 

25 W 6 40 

26 Th 6 41 

27 Fr 6 42 

28 Sa 6 43 

29 Su 6 45 

30 M 6 46 

31 Tu 6 47 



v)S. 


OR. 


H. W. 


5 53 


8 55 


eve. 37 


5 51 


9 51 


1 33 


5 5010 48 


2 31 


5 48 11 46 


3 28 


5 47 


morn. 


4 27 


5 46 


45 


5 23 


5 44 


1 43 


6 14 


5 43 


2 41 


7 02 


5 42 3 38 


7 46 


5 41 


4 34 


8 26 


5 39 


sets. 


9 01 


5 38 


5 30 


9 38 


5 36 


6 02 


10 20 


5 35 


6 38 


10 59 


5 34 


7 19 


11 40 


5 32 


8 07 


morn. 


5 31 


9 02 


23 


5 30 10 02 


1 14 


5 28 


li 07 


2 08 


5 27 


morn. 


3 08 


5 26 


15 


4 10 


5 24 


1 26 


5 13 


5 23 


2 38 


6 15 


5 22 


3 51 


7 15 


5 20 


5 05 


8 10 


5 19 


rises. 


8 59 


5 18 


5 50 


9 48 


5 17 


6 42 


10 39 


5 15 


7 37 


11 28 


5 14 


8 36 


eve. 17 


5 13 


9 35 


1 10 



CALENDAR DAYS. 

COURTS. 

SUPREME. 

3d Tuesday, at Norwich. 
4th Tuesday, at Bridgeport. 

SUPERIOR. 

1st Tuesday, at New Haven (Crim- 
inal Term). 

2d Tuesday, Litchfield (Criminal 
Term). 

3d Tuesday, at Bridgeport (Crim- 
inal Term). 

COMMON PLEAS. 

1st Monday, Bridgeport. 

3d Monday at Norwalk( adjourned 

Term). • 
1st Tuesday, at Norwich. 

DISTRICT COURT OF LITCHFIELD CO. 

1st Monday, at Winchester. 

CHURCH DAYS. 
1st, 17th Sunday after Trinity. 
8th, 18th Sunday after Trinity. 
15th, 19th Sunday after Trinity. 
18th, St. Luke. 

22d, 20th Sunday after Trinity. 
28th, St. Simon and St. Jude. 
29th, 21st Sunday after Trinity. 



1882. 



NOVEMBER. 



11th Month. 



moon's PHASES. 
(9 Lastqr. 2d, 2h, 10m, E. 

Moon, lOd, 6h,32m, E. 
C First qr. 18d, 3h, 53m, M. 
© Full Moon, 24d, 9h, 14m, E. 



SUN SOUTH. 

Id, llh. 43m. 41s. 

7d, llh. 43m. 49s. 

13d, llh. 44m. 28s. 

19d, llh. 45m. 24s. 

25d, llh. 47m. 15s. 



M W 
1 W 

2Th 

3Fr 

4Sa 

5Su 

6|M 

7Tu 

8W 

9Th 

10 Fr 

11 Sa 

12 Su 

13 M 

14 Tu 

15 W 

16 Th 

17 Fr 

18 Sa 

19 Su 

20 M 

21 Tu 

22 W 

23 Th 

24 Fr 

25 Sa 

26 Su 

27 M 

28 Tu 

29 W 

30 Th 



Jl. S. 

6 48 5 12 

505 10 

51 5 9 

52 5 8 

53 5 

54 5 

56 5 

57 5 
6 58 5 

6 59 5 

7 5 
7 1 4 59 

2 4 58 

3 4 57 

4 4 56 

5 4 55 

6 4 54 

7 4 53 

8 4 52 
94 51 

104 50 
11 4 49 
124 48 

13 4 47 

14 i 46 

15 4 45 

15 4 45 

16 4 44 

17 4 43 
17 4 43 



: K. H. W. 



10 34 2 


02 


11 35 2 


55 


morn. 3 


4^ 


33 4 


.39 


1 30 5 


30 


2 27 6 


17 


3 25 7 


05 


4 31 7 


59 


5 21 8 


32 


sets. 9 


10 


5 17 9 


5:3 


6 05 10 


•'5 7 


6 57 11 


24 



CALENDAR EAYS. 



10 06 

11 15 

morn. 
23 



57 morn. 
59 07 


1 

2 
3 

4 

5 

6 

7 



rises. 

5 

6 



21 9 
1910 

7 1911 

8 20 11 

9 20 eve. 40 
10 21 1 28 



COURTS. 

SUPERIOR 

1st Tuesday, at Norwich. 
2d Tuesday, at Brooklyn. 
2d Tuesday, at Middletown. 

COMMON PLEAS. 

1st Monday, at Hartford, New 
Haven, and Danbury. 

DISTRICT COURT OP LITCHFIELD CO. 

1st Monday, at Canaan. 

CHURCH DAYS. 
1st, All Saints. 

5th, 22d Sunday after Trinity. 
12th, 23d Sunday after Trinity. 
19th, 24th Sunday after Trinity. 
26th, 25th Sunday after Trinity. 
30th, St. Andrew, the Apostle. 



12th Month. 



DECEMBER. 



1882. 



moon's phases. 
(§> Last qr. 2d, lOh, 8m, M. 
fD New Moon, lOd, lOh, 50m, M, 
® First qr. 17d, llh, 51m, M. 
© Full Moon, 24d, LOh, 53m, M 



Id, 

7d, 

13d, 

19d, 

25d, 



SUN SOUTH. 

llh. 49m. 19s. 

llh. 51m. 47s. 

54m. 49s. 

57m. 28s. 

Om. 27s. 



llh. 
llh. 
12h. 



M W 

"TFr" 

2Sa 

3Su 

4M 

5Tu 

6W 

7Th 

8Fr 

9Sa 

10 Su 

11M 

12 Tu 

13 W 

14 Th 

15 Fr 

16 Sa 

17 Su 
18M 

19 Tu 

20 W 

21 Th 

22 Fr 

23 Sa 

24 Su 

25 M 

26 Tu 

27 W 

28 Th 

29 Fr 

30 Sa 

31 Su 



;©R..©_S. 

7 184 42 
7 184 42 
7 194 41 
7 20 4 40 
7 20 4 40 
7 21 4 39 
7 214 39 
7 22 4 38 

22 4 38 

23 4 37; 
23 4 37; 

23 4 37 

24 4 36 

24 4 36 
7 24 4 36 
7 24 4 36 
7 25 4 35; 
7 254 35| 
7 25 4 35 
7 25 4 35 
7 25 4 35; 

254 35 

25 4 35 
25 4 35 
25 4 35 
25 4 35 
24 4 36 
24 4 36 
24 4 36 
24 4 36 
23 4 37 



QR. H. W. 



CALENDAR DAYS. 



11 20 

morn. 
17 



2 14 

3 02 



COURTS. 

l\ S DISTRICT. 



1st Tuesday, at Hartford. 

8UPRKMK. 



sets. 
5 47 



3 51 

4 40 

5 31 

6 21 1st Tuesday, at New Haven. 

7 13 

8 01 

8 49 

9 31 
10 21 



10 16 

11 25 
morn. 

34 

1 44 

2 53 



morn. 
39 



6 07 

rises. 

6 03 

7 04 

8 06 

9 06 
10 04 

10 59 

11 58 



8 25 

9 13 
10 01 

10 47 

11 29 
eve. OS 

50 

1 32 

2 15 



SUPERIOR. 

1st Tuesday, at Hartford (Crimi- 
nal Term). 
1st Tuesday, Litchfield. 
1st Tuesday, at Tolland. 
2d Tuesday, at Waterbury. 

COMMON PLEAS. 

1st Monday, at Bridgeport. 
3d Monday, at Stamford (ad- 
journed Term). 

DISTRICT COURT OF LITCHFIELD CO. 

1st Monday, at New Milford. 

CHURCH DAYS. 

3d, 1st Sunday in Advent. 

10th, 2d Sunday in Advent. 

17th, 3d Sunday in Advent. 

21st, St. Thomas. 

24th, 4th Sunday in Advent. 

25th, Christmas. 

26th, St. Stephen. 

27th, St. John, Evangelist. 

28th, Holy Innocents. 



- 1 A I i: OKI HI ag, 17 



GOVERNMENT OF CONNECTICUT, 

FOR TWO YEARS FROM JAN. 5, 1881. 



EXECUTIVE] DEPARTMENT. 



Hi- Excellency 
HOBART B. BIGELOW, New Haven, 

Governor. 

Morris F. Tvler, New Haven, Executive Secretary. 

Frank D. Rood, Clerk. 

Bis Honor 

WILLIAM H. BULKELEY, Hartford, 

Lieutenant-Governor. 

CHARLES E. SEARLS. Thompson, 

Secretary. 
R. S. Hinman, Horace Heath, Clerks. 

DAVID P. NICHOLS, Danbury, 

Treasurer. 
George William-. F. B. L Carter, Clerks. 

WHFELOCK T. BATCHELLER, Winchester, 
Comptroller, 

E. W. Moore, L. B. Hubbard, Clerks. 

JEREMIAH OLNEY, Thompson, 

•<)L Find COMMI8SK>in EL 

Carnot 0. Spencer, Wjn. H. Pond, Clerks. 

BTATE LIBRARY: Committee, the Governor, 1 
and Hon. Dwight W. Pardee. Librarian, I 
Hoadly. 



18 GENERAL ASSEMBLY. 



LEGISLATIVE. 



(general %z*tmhlv f Jatraarg, 1882. 

SENATE. 

fSenators from districts having even numbers hold office for 
one year, from districts having odd numbers for two years 
from the Wednesday after the first Monday oi January, 1882.] 

1st, John R. Hills, r, Hartford. 

2d, John S. Cheney, r, Manchester. 

3d, Rial Strickland, d, Enfield. 

4th, Andrew S. Upson, r, Farmington. 

5th, James S. Elton, r, Waterbury. 

6th, Edward F. Jones, r, Branford. 

7th, George M. Gunn, d, Milford. 

8th, William J. Mills, d, New Haven. 

9th, Robert Coit, r, New London. 

10th, Charles P. White, r, North Stonington. 

11th, Charles P. Sturtevant, r, East Lyme. 

12th, Oliver Hoyt, r, Stamford. 

13th, Tallmadge Baker, r, Nor walk. 

14th, Morris W. Seymour, d, Bridgeport. 

15th, William N. Northrop, d, Newtown. 

16th, Henry Hammond, r, Killingly. 

17th, Eugene S. Boss, r, Windham. 

18th, Lorrin A. Cooke, r, Barkhamsted. 

19th, Milo B. Richardson, d, Salisbury. 
20th, Albert P. Bradstreet, r, Thomaston. 

21st, Richard P. Spencer, r, Saybrook. 
22d, Joseph W. Alsop, d, Middletown. 
23d, Ralph P. Gilbert, r, Hebron. 
24th, Ebenezer C Dennis, r, Stafford. 

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. 

HARTFORD COUNTY. 

Hartford, George G. Sill, d, Charles H. Cooley, r. 

Avon, Frederick Ripley, r. 

Berlin, Henry N. Galpin, r. 

Bloomfield, Henry D. Barnard, d. 

Bristol, Charles S. Treadway, r, Elijah Manross, r. 

Burlington, Charles C. McAleer, d. 



GENERAL ASSEMBLY. 19 

Canton, George Mills, 2d, d. 

East Gran by, Jefferson R. Holcomb, d. 

East Bartford, Arthur G. Olmsted, r, Charlea W. Roberts, d. 

East Windsor, Orson S. Wood, r, Charles E. Woodward, d. 

Enfield, Loren H. Pease, r, J. Warren Johnson, r. 

Farmington, Thomas Cowles, r, Lucius C. Humphrey, r. 

Glastonbury, Charles H, Talcott, r, Aaron W. Kinne, r. 

Granby, Artemus G. Harger, r, George R. Case, r. 

Hartland, Henry J. Gates, r, George H. Clark, r. 

Manchester, Cnarle* H. Owen, r, Clinton W. Cowles, d. 

Marlborough, John A. Haling, d. 

New Britain. Ambrose Beatty, d, James Thomson, d. 

Newington, David L. Robbins, d. 

Plainville, Edward S. Towne, r. 

Rocky Hill, James EL Warner, d. 

Simsbnry, Ebenezer G. Curtis, d, Daniel 0. Feed, d. 

Southimrton, J. Frank Pratt, r, George F. Smith, r. 

South Windsor. John P. Jones, d. 

Suffield, Silas W. Clark, r, James Rising, r. 

West Hartford, E. Buel Root, r. 

Wethersfield, Edwin F. Griswold, r, Edward D. Robbins, r. 

Windsor, Daniel W. Phelps, r, Lemuel R. Lord, r. 

Windsor Locks, John W. Coogan, d. 

NEW HAVEN COUNTY. 

New Haven, A. Heaton Robertson, d, Timothy J. Fox, d. 

Beacon Falls, Andrew W. Culver, r. 

Bethany. Samuel B. Woodward, d. 

Branford, William A. Wright, d. 

Cheshire, Benjamin A. Jarvis, d, Charles B. Terrell, d. 

Derby, William E. Downes, r, Charles H. Pine, r. 

East Haven, Orlando B. Thompson, d. 

Guilford, El isha C. Bishop, r, Edward Griswold, r. 

Hamden, Bela A. Mann, d. 

Madison, Horace 0. Hill, r. 

Meriden, William W. Lyman, r, Grove H. Wilson, r. 

Middlebury, George 0. Ellis, r. 

Milford, Charles A. Tomlinson, d, Thomas W. Stow, d. 

Naugatuck, Franklin B. Tuttle, d. 

North Branford, William B. Curtis, r. 

North Haven, Andrew F. Austin, r. 

Orange, Edward E. Bradley, d. 

Oxford, James H. Bartlett,* r. 

Prospect, George F. Tyler, r. 



20 GENERAL ASSEMBLY. 

Seymour, John W. Rogers, r. 

Southbury, Asahel F. Mitchell, r. 

Wallingford, Phineas T. Ives, d, John W. Blakeslee, d. 

Waterbury, Charles W. Gillette, r, Henry C. Griggs, r. 

Wolcott, Samuel M. Bailey, r. 

Woodbridge, Charles T. Walker, r. 

NEW LONDON COUNTY. 

New London, Henry B. Downer, d, Bryan F. Mahan, d. 

Norwich, George C. Ripley, r, William S. Congdon, r. 

Bozrah, Joshua C. Leffingwell, r. 

Colchester, Uriah W. Carrier, d, John English, Jr., d. 

East Lyme, John W. Luce, r. 

Franklin, Oliver L. Johnson, r. 

Griswold, Henry A. Lathrop, r. 

Groton, Parmenas Avery, d, Sumner H. Gove, r. 

Lebanon, Nathaniel R. Williams, r, Charles C. Loomis, r. 

Ledyard, James A. Billings, r. 

Lisbon, Augustus F. Read, d. 

Lyme, Henry B. L. Reynolds, r, Benajah P. Bill, d. 

Montville, Raymond N. Parish, r. 

North Stonington, Orrin Chapman, r, Charles H. Brown, r. 

Old Lyme, Erastus E. Clark, d. 

Preston, Chester W. Barnes, d, Charles P. Hewitt, d. 

Salem, Gurdon F. Allyn, r. 

Sprague, Dennis McCarthy, g. 

Stonington, Stiles T. Stanton, r, Alexander S. Palmer, Jr., d. 

Voluntown, Timothy Parker, r. 

Waterford, Nathaniel Chapman, d. 

FAIRFIELD COUNTY. 

Bridgeport. Augustus H. Abernethy, d, Peter W. Wren, d. 

Bethel, Harry S. Glover, r. 

Brookfield, Samuel Thornhill, d. 

Darien, Charles Brown, r. 

Danbury, Howard W. Taylor, d, Charles J. Deming, d. 

Easton, Stephen D. Wheeler, r. 

Fairfield, Henry F. Sherwood, d, Francis M. Pike, d. 

Greenwich, Cornelius Mead, d, Charles E. Wilson, d. 

Huntington, Daniel S. Brinsmade, r. 

Monroe, Andrew B. Curtis, r. 

New Canaan, Selleck Y. St. John. r. 

New Fairfield, Alexander Turner, d. 

Newtown, William H. Glover, d, Edson W. Wilson, r. 

Norwalk, George R. Cowles, r, Charles W. Bell, r. 



«.!.M i;ai. A.88EMBLT. 21 

Redding, Thomas Sanford, d, Ebenezer F. Foster, d. 
Ridgefield, Edward J. Couch, r, Lewis E. Smith, V. 
Sherman, Allan \\\ Paige, r. 
Stamford, Edwin L. Seofield, r, William W. Gillespie, r. 

Stratford, Anson II. Hlakeman, r, 
Trumbull, Elliott P. Nichols, d. 
Weston, Oregon- T. Osborne, d. 
Westport, Jolm'W. Hurlbutt d. 
Wilton, James T. Hubbell, d. 

WINDHAM COUNTY. 

Brooklyn, Henry M. Cleveland, r. 

Ashford, Charles L. Dean, r, Danforth 0. Lombard, r. 

Canterbury, Marvin H. Sanger, d, Francis S. Bennett, d. 

Chaplin, Lrastus M. Loom is, r. 

Eastford, Simeon A. Wheaton, d. 

Hampton, Daniel M. Deming, r. 

Killingly, Ashel J. Wright, r, James X. Tucker, r. 

Plainneld, Henry F. Newton, r, Havilah M. Prior, r. 

Pomfret, Frederick Hyde, d, Thomas 0. Elliott, r. 

Putnam, Lucius H. Fuller, r, Thomas J. Thurber, r. 

Scotland, M. Luther Barstow, r. 

Sterling, Silas A. W'aite, r. 

Thompson, Edwin T. White, r, William H. Arnold, r. 

Windham, John M. Hall, r, Samuel Bingham, r. 

Woodstock, Henry M. Bradford, r, Zenas Marcy, r. 

LITCHFIELD COUNTY. 

Litchfield, Willi. J. Beach, d, Garner B. Curtiss, d 

Barkhamsted, Hubert B. Case, d, William II. Ward. r. 

Bethlehem, Nehemiah L. Bio-, d. 

Bridgewater, Peter Wooster, d. 

Canaan, Samuel W. Bradley, d. 

Colebrook, Andrew J. Terrell, d, Solomon Sackett, r. 

Cornwall, Charles H. Harrison, d, Luman C. Wk-kwire, d. 

Goshen, Hubert Scovill, r, Franklin E. Wadbams, r. 

Harwinton, Chester A. Hayes, r, Horace W. Barber, r. 

Kent, Charles Lee, d. 

Morris, William Griswold, d. 

New Hartford, Thaddeus L. Root, r, Anson J. Allen, d. 

Milford, Frederick S. Richmond, d, Amos H. Bower* d 
North Canaan, Henry G. Williams, '1. 
Norfolk, Plumb Brown, r, Alva S. Cowles. r. 
Plymouth. Enos Blakeslee, r. 
Roxbury, Myron W. Udell, d. 



22 GENERAL ASSEMBLY. 

Salisbury, John H. Hurlburt, d, Lewis P. Ashman, d. 

Sharon, Edgar J. Reed, d, William Dakin, d. 

Thomaston, Joseph K. Judson, r. 

Torrington, Frederick Devoe, r, George A. Allen, r. 

Warren, Clark S. Swift, r. 

Washington, Erastus J. Hurlbut, r, Gould C. Whittlesey, r. 

Watertown, Augustus N. Woolson, r. 

Winchester, Joseph H. Norton, r, John D. Yale, d. 

Woodbury, William J. Clark, r, William Cothren, r. 

MIDDLESEX COUNTY. 

Middletown, D. Ward Northrop, d, James Lawton, d. 

Haddam, Henry H. Brainerd, r, Orrin Shailor, d. 

Chatham, Delos D. Brown, r, Nathaniel C. Johnson, r. 

Chester, A. Hamilton Gilbert, r. 

Clinton, George A. Olcott, r. 

Cromwell, Henry W. Stocking, r. 

Durham, Talcott P. Strong, r, Julius Davis, d. 

East Haddam, Richard H. Gladwin, r, Joseph W. Hungerford, r. 

Essex, William T. McCresry, d. 

Killingworth, Augustus W. Stevens, d, Sidney T. Davis, d. 

Middlefield, Alva B. Coe, r. 

Old Savbrook, Osias H. Kirtland, r. 

Portland, John M. Penfield, d. 

Saybrook, John Child, r, Ezra J. B. Southwortb, r. 

Westbrook, John A. Post, r. 

TOLLAND COUNTY. 

Tolland, Henry E. Steele, d, Charles Young, d. 

Andover, Erastus D. Post, r. 

Bolton, Joseph C. Alvord, r. 

Columbia, Samuel B. West, r. 

Coventry. William F. Sweet, d. Edgar Bass, d. 

Ellington, J. Abbott Thompson, r. 

Hebron, Alfred W. Hutchinson, r, Joel Jones, r. 

Mansfield, George W. Merrow, r, Olin S. Chaffee, r. 

Somers, Lorenzo Wood, r, Randolph H. Fuller, r. 

Stafford, M. R. Griswold, d, William A. King, r. 

Union, Hartly Walker, d, Thomas J. Young, d. 

Vernon, Alva N. Belden, r, Louis Philipp, r. 

Willington, William D. Irons, r, Matthew Burdick, r. 

POLITICAL RECAPITULATION. 

JANUARY SESSION, 1881. 

SENATE, Rep. Dem. Gr. Ind. 

17 7 



VOTES FOR STATE OFFICERS AND SENATORS. 23 

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. 

Gr. Ind. 
Hartford, 
New Haven, 
New London, 
Fairfield, 
Windham, 
Litchfield, 
Middlesex, 
Tolland, 

165 107 1 

Republican majority, 1881— Senate 10, House 48; Joint Bal- 
lot 58. 



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VOTES FOR STATE OFFICERS. 

November, 1880. 

Governor. 

Hobart B. Bigelow, r, 67,070 James E. English, d, 64,293 

Henry C. Baldwin, gr, 897 George P. Rogers, pro, 488 

LIEUT.-GOVERNOR. 

William H. Bulkeley, r, 67,204 Charles Iff. Pond, d % 64,153 

Francis S. Sterling,' gr, 894 Abel S. Beardsley, pro, 474 

Secretary. 

Charles E. Searls, r, 67,066 Stephen S. Blake, d, 64,176 
Lucien V. Pinney, gr, 886 William S. Williams, pro, 464 

Treasurer. 

David P. Nichols, r, 67,034 Merrick A. Marcv, d, 64,351 

Thomas E. Ryan, gr, 882 Edmund Tattle, pro, 460 

COMPTROLLER. 

WheelockT. Batcheller, r, 67,185 Charles R. Fagan, (/, 64,142 
Henry R. Wright, gr, 884 Edwin B. Lyon, pro, 452 

VOTES FOR SENATORS. 

November, 1881. 

1. John R. Hills, r, 3,087 Elisha Johnson, d, 2,739 

3. Rial Strickland, d, 2,258 Arthur G. Pomerov, r, 2,156 

4. Andrew S. Upson, ?•, 2,351 Elisha N. Welch, ^/, 2,267 

5. James S. Elton, r, 2,547 ChaiiLcev B. Webster, d, 2,346 



24 CONGRESSIONAL AND SENATORIAL DISTRICTS. 

7. George M. Gunn, d, 2,391 J. H. Bartholomew, r, 2,198 

9. Robert Coit, r, 1,812 Albert T. Burgess, d, 1,503 

11. C. P. Sturtevant, r, 1,820 Henry Lyon, </, 1,474 

13. Tallmadge Baker, r, 2,224 Jonathan E. Wheeler, d % 1,696 

15. Wm. N. Northrop, d, 2,269 Samuel Sherman, r, ' 2,149 

17. Eugene S. Boss, r, 1,650 Henry S. Marlor. Jr., c?, 1,024 

18. Lorrin A. Cooke, r, 1,623 Jared B. Foster, d, 1,295 

19. Milo B. Richardson,c7, 2,120 Ralph E. Canfield, r, 814 
21. .Rich'd P. Spencer, r, 1,550 Clinton B. Davis, d, 1,453 
23. Ralph P. Gilbert, r, 983 Alfred R. Goodrich, d, 872 

CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICTS. 
With Population in 1880. 
1st, Hartford and Tolland Counties— 149,489. 
2d, New Haven and Middlesex Counties — 192,113. 
3d, New London and Windham Counties — 116,994. 
4th, Fairfield and Litchfield Counties— 164,087. 



SENATORIAL DISTRICTS. 
With Population in 1880. 

1. Hartford— 42,553. 

2. Berlin, East Hartford, Glastonbury, Manchester, Marlbo- 
rough, Newington, Rocky Hill, Southington, South Windsor, 
and Wethersfield— 27,847. 

3. Bloomfield, Canton, East Windsor, East Granby, Enfield, 
Granby, Hartland, Simsbury, Suffield, Windsor," Windsor 
Locks— 26,598. 

4. Avon, Bristol, Burlington, Farmington, New Britain, 
Plainville, West Hartford- 28,379. 

5. Beacon Falls, Bethany, Middleburv, Naugatuck, Oxford, 
Prospect, Waterbury, Wolcott, Southbury— 30,089. 

6. Cheshire, Guilford, Madison, Meriden, North Branford, 
Wallingford— 30,786. 

7. Branford, Derby, East Haven, Hamden, Milford, North 
Haven, Orange, Seymour, Woodbridge — 32,769. 

8. New Haven— 62,882. 

9. Groton, New London, North Stonington, Stonington — 
24,778. 

10. Ledyard, Norwich, Preston— 25,033. 

11. Bozrah, Colchester, East Lyme, Franklin, Griswold, 
Lebanon, Lisbon, Lyme, Montville, Old Lyme, Salem, Sprague, 
Voluntown, Waterford— 24,512. 



JUDICIARY. 25 

12. Dmrien, Greenwich, New Canaan, Ridgefield, Stamford, 
Wilton— 27,7 

13. Fairfield, Norwalk, Stratford, Trumbull, Westport, 
Weston— 27,673. 

14. Bridgep >rt— 29,148. 

16. Bethel, Brookfield, Danbury, Easton, Huntington, Mon- 
roe, New Fairfield. Newtown, Redding, Sherman — 27,520. 

1G. Ash ford, Eastford. Killingly, Putnam, Thompson, 
Woodstock— 22,334. 

17. Brooklyn, Canterbury, Chaplin, Hampton, Plainfield, 
Pomfret, Scotland, Sterling, 'Windham— 20,337. 

18. Barkhamsted, Colebrook, Goshen, Harwinton, New 
Hartford, Norfolk, Torrington, Winchester — 17,744. 

19. Bridgewater, Canaan, Cornwall, Kent, New Milford, 
North Canaan, Salisbury, Sharon, Roxbury— 17,759. 

Bethlehem, Litchfield, Morris, Plymouth, Thomaston, 
Warren, Washington, Watertown, Woodbury — 16,540. 
21. Chatham, Chester, Clinton, Durham, East Haddam, 
x, Haddam, Killingworth, Old Savbrook, Saybrook, West- 
brook— 17,182. 

I Cromwell, Middlefield, Middletown, Portland— 18,455. 

23. Andover, Bolton, Columbia, Coventry, Hebron, Vernon 
—11,898. 

24. Ellington, Mansfield, Somers, Stafford, Tolland, Union, 
Willington— 12,214. 

JUDICIARY. 

U. S. Circuit and District Courts in Connecticut, 

Supreme Court, Circuit Justice. — WAPvD HUNT, Utica, 
N. Y. 

Circuit Court Judge.— SAMUEL BLATCHFORD, New 
York Citv. 

District Judge.- NATHANIEL SHIPMAX. Hartford. 

Clerk of the Circuit and District Courts.— EDWIN E. 
MARVIN, Hartford. 

JUDICIARY. 

District Attorney. — Daniel Chad wick, Lyme. 

Marshal. — Joseph D. Bate-, Hartford. 

Deputy Marshals.— Geo. K. Bill, New Haven, Wm. E. Dis- 
brow, Bridgeport. 

Masters in Chancery. 
Johnson T. Piatt, New Haven; Henry E. Taintor, Hartford. 



26 JUDICIARY. 

Commissioners of the U. S. Circuit Court. 

Hartford: William Hamersley, H. E. Burton, Edwin E. Marvin, 
Ratcliffe Hicks, Charles E. Fellowes, Sylvester C. Dunham. 

Bridgeport: Morris W. Seymour. 

Litchfield : George M. Woodruff. 

Meriden: James P. Piatt. 

Middletown: A. W. Bacon. 

New Haven: Samuel L. Bronson, Johnson T. Piatt, Jonathan 
Ingersoll. 

New London : John P. C. Mather. 

Norwich: Allen Tenny. 

Norwalk: A. B. Woodward. 

Thompson: Abiel Converse. 

Waterbury: George E. Terry. 

Willimantic : John M. Hall. 

Registers in Bankruptcy. 
1st Dist., Henrv E. Burton, Hartford. 
2d " Johnson T. Piatt, New Haven. 
3d " Robert Coit, New London. 
4th " Louis N. Middlebrook, Bridgeport. 

Supreme Court of Errors. 

Chief Justice.— JOHN D. PARK, Norwich, elected Judge r 
1864; Chief Justice, 1874. 

Associate Judges. — Elisha Carpenter, Hartford, 1865; 
Dwight VV. Pardee, Hartford, 1873; Dwight Loomis, Rockville, 
1875; Miles T. Granger, North Canaan, 1876. 

Reporter. — John Hooker, Hartford. 

Superior Court. 
Judges. — Edward I. Sanford, New Haven, 1867; Roland 
Hitchcock, Winchester, 1874; Earl Martin, Killingly, 1874; 
Sidney B. Beardsley, Bridgeport, 1874; Moses Culver, Middle- 
town, 1875; James A. Hovey, Norwich, 1876. 

Court of Common Pleas. 
Hartford County. — David S. Calhoun, Hartford, Judge, 

Charles E. Fellowes, Hartford, Clerk. 
New Haven County. — David Torrance, Derby, Judge. John 

S. Fowler, New Haven, Clerk. 

Wm. L. Foster, New Haven, Assistant Clerk. 
New London County. — John P. C. Mather, New London, 

Judge. 



JUDICIARY. 

* London, Clerk. 

Frank T. Brow: . stant Clerk. 

Faikfifli> Couktt. — Fr 1 1 nil, Bridgeport, Judge. 

n, Bridgen 

B. A. Hong] 
District Court o* Litchftrld Courtt.— Bai 

Bridgewater, Canaan, Colebrook, Cor: 

for Salisbury, S aron, 

and Wind. 

Do- Sain 

Wm. F. Huribut, 

The Judges I for four y- 



SUPERIOR COURT. 
Allotment of Judges from July, 1881. to July, 1882. 
Hartford Oourtt. 
civil te 
He Sept I : : nv in 

mber. 
Cu'.v ■ ■••. r, — lsl Tuesday in November to end of terra. 
- iav in Ja: 
March. 
Beardslev. J.— 4:h Tuesday :. | end of term. 

CRIMTKAl 

Par lea, J.— 4th Tnes lay ; - 

•J. -T. — 1st rue-: .v in December. 

New Haven Courtt. 
civil TK. 

. T .— 2 I Tnes 
N . :;ber. 
Martin. J.— 1st Tnes of term. 

Beardsley, J.—] lay in 

March. 

I 

LMfl 

ger, J. — 1st 

Culver. J or. 

Hitchcock. J.— It 
Loom:-. J.— 1st 1 nea la 



28 JUDICIARY. 

WATERBUKY CIVIL TERMS. 

Carpenter, J. — 2d Tuesday in December. 
Martin, J. — 1st Tuesday in May, '82. 

CRIMINAL TERMS. 

Park, Ch. J. — 3d Tuesday in September. 
Beardsley, J. — 3d Tuesday in March, '82. 

New London County, 
civil TERMS. 
Martin, J. — 2d Tuesday in September. 
Hovev, J. — 1st Tuesday in November. 
Hovey, J.— 3d Tuesday in March, '82. 
Beardsley, J. — 1st Tuesday in June, '82. 

CRIMINAL TERMS. 

Culver, J. — 1st Tuesday in January, '82. 
Hovey, J. — 1st Tuesday in May, '82. 

Fairfield County, 
civil TERMS. 

Hitchcock, J. — 3d Tuesday in September, to 1st Tuesday in 
December. 

Hovey, J. — 1st Tuesday in December to end of term. 

Sanford, J. — 2d Tuesday in February, '82, to 3d Tuesday in 
April. 

Culver, J. — 3d Tuesday in April, '82, to end of term. 

CRIMINAL TERMS. 

Park, Ch. J. — 4th Tuesday in August. 
Beardsley, J. — 3d Tuesday in October. 
Hitchcock, J. — 3d Tuesdav in Februarv, '82. 
Sanford, J.— 2d Tuesday in May, '82. 

Windham County. 
Carpenter, J. — 4th Tuesday in August. 
Sanford, J. — 2d Tuesday in November. 
Culver, J. — 1st Tuesday in February, '82. 
Hovey, J. — 2d Tuesday in May, '82. 

Litchfield County. 
Loomis, J. — 3d Tuesday in August. 
Pardee, J. — 2d Tuesday in October, Crim. Term. 
Hitchcock, J. — 1st Tuesday in December. 
Granger, J. — 1st Tuesday in April, '82, Crim. Term. 
Sanford, J. — 1st Tuesday in June, '82. 



JUDICIARY. 



29 



Middlesex Couhtt. 

Beardsley, J. — 2d Tuesday in September. 
Beardsley, J. — 2d Tuesday in November. 

Hovey, J. — 2d Tuesday in February. '82. 
San ford, J.— 3d Tuesday in April, '82. 

Tolland County. 
Culver, J. — 1st Tuesday in September. 
Beardsley, J.— 1st Tuesday in December. 
Martin, J. — 2d Tuesday in April, '82. 
Hitchcock, J. — 1st Tuesday in June, '82. 
The Judges are elected for eight years. 
For Terms of Courts, see Calendar pages. 



Ha ht ford, 1 

Bloom field, 

E. Hartford, 

Glastonbury, 

Newingtou, 

Kockv Hill, 

West Hartford, 

Wethersfield, 

Windsor Locks, J 

Enfield, Frederick E. Ely. 

Karmington, j . L Whitman 

Plainville, ) 

Granby, Albert C. Latham. 

*Hartland, . 



PROBATE COURTS. 
Hartford County. 

Avon, Matthew C. Woodford. 

Berlin, J Valentine B. 

New Britain, ) Chamberlain. 

Bristol, Asahel Brockett. 
J. H. White. Burlington, Romeo Elton. 

Canton, Samuel N. Codding. 

East Granby, Isaac P. Owen. 

East Windsor, / Mahlon H. 

South Windsor, ) Bancroft. 

Marlborough, James J. Bell. 

Simsbury, John C. Robert-. 

Southington, Walter S. Merrell. 

Suffield, William L. Loomis. 

Windsor, H. Sidney Hayden. 



Manchester, Rufus R. Dimock. 

New Haven County. 



New Haven, ) 
Ham den, | 

North Haven, I Samuel A. 
Orange, York. 

Seymour, 
Woodbridge, J 
Bethany, Nathan Clark. 
Branford, Henry H. Stedman. 



Derby, Charles Reed. 
East Haven, Chas. A. Brav. 

S U R f0r( r' a >* |E.R.Landon 
N. Branford p t, ) 

Madison, Henry B. Wilcox. 

Meriden, E. A. Merriman. 

Oxford, Lewis Barnes. 

Southbury, see Litchfield Co. 



*Tie vote. Orson C. Gates, 86 ; Ebenezer II. Miller, 86. 



30 



JUDICIARY. 



83ft H-*-*"* 

Milford, Wm. G. Mitchell. 
Naugatuck. 



Wallingford, 
N. Branford p't, 
Waterbury, "| 



Othniel I. 
Martin. 



Beacon Falls, 



Geo. D. Bissell 



Middlebury, 
Thomaston, 
Wolcott, 



New London County. 



I- Chas. W. Gillette. 



New London, 

Waterford, 

Norwich, ) 

Franklin, 

Griswold, 

Lisbon, 

Preston, 

Sprague, 



William 
Belcher. 



Supply T. 
Holbrook. 



j 



Bozrah, Samuel G. Johnson. 
Colchester, < Rexford E 



Carrington. 
Fairfield County. 



East Lyme, M. W. Comstock. 
Groton", William H. Potter. 
Lebanon, George D. Spencer. 
Ledyard, George Fanning. 
Lyme, Frederick Fosdick. 
Montville, Henrv A. Baker. 
N. Stonington, Chas. P. White. 
Old Lyme, David Morley. 
Salem*, Austin 0. Gallup. 
Stonington, Rich'd A. Wheeler. 



Morris B. 
Beardsley. 



Bridgeport, 

Easton, 

Hunting on, 

Monroe, 

Trumbull, 

Danbury, / Norman 

New Fairfield, j Hodge. 

Bethel, George S. Crofut. 

Brookfield, Benj. Griffen. 

gas*}"-*-- 

Stratford, Robert H. Russell. 

Windham County. 
Brooklyn, Wm. Woodbridge. Pomfret, Edward P. Hay ward. 
Ashford, Davis A. Baker. Putnam, John A. Carpenter. 

Canterburv, Marvin H. Sanger. Sterling, Luther Gallup. 
Chaplin, Ephraim W. Day. Thompson, George Flint. 
Eastford, H. H. Burnham. Voluntown, Orrin S. Rix. 

Hampton, Patrick H. Pearl. Windham, ( n . „ pi 01 .i_ 
Killingly, Thomas J. Evans. Scotland, j HuDei ° lar *' 
Plainfield, Waldo Tillinghast. Woodstock, Oliver H. Perry. 



Fairfield, Samuel Glover. 
Greenwich, Daniel S. Mead, Jr. 
Newtown, Monroe Judson. 
Norwalk, | A R 

]Sew Canaan, > w~«i™«i 
Wilton, j Woodward. 

Redding, Lemuel Sanford. 
Ridgefield, Hiram K. Scott 
Sherman, John N. Woodruff. 

Westl°r'i SilasB - SherW00d - 



STATE COMMISSIONERS 



31 



Lrfcni in 

LlTCHFIKLD, j 

Goshen, i George M. 

| Woodruff. 

Warren, 

Barkhamsted, Daniel Youngs. 
No. Canaan, I TI)n , . . 
Ql j J.B.Hardenbergh, 

Cornwall, Silas C. Beers. 
Harwinton, Martin L. Goodwin. 
Kent, Jerome F. Gibbs. 
New Hartf<»rd, Henry R. Jones. 
New Milford, / rTT1J 
Bridgewater, } J-H.McMahon 
Norfolk, Robbins Battell. 



-i) Cousty. 

Plymouth, Byron Tuttle. 
Roxburv, Lyman P. Eastman. 

Salisbury, Lorenzo Tupper. 
Sharon, J. Wade Hughes. 
Thomaston, see New Haven Co. 
Torrington, Jos. F. Calhoun. 
Washington, H. H. Morehouse. 
Watertown, Wm. B. Hotchkiss. 
Winchester, \ Augustus H. 
Colebrook, J Fenn. 

Woodbury, ) 

Bethlehem, V Jas. Huntington. 
'Southbnry, ) 



Middlesex County. 
Middletown, ) Haddam, George W. Arnold. 

Cromwell, ' Si: Chatham, ( William A. 

Durham, f Robinson. Portland, J Chapman. 

efield, J Clinton, Henry C. Hull. 

Last Haddam, Julius Attwood. Saybrook, j Joseph B. 
Essex, Edward W. Redfield. Chester, j Banning. 

Killingwortb.Lyman E. Stevens. Westbrook, George C. Moore. 
Old Saybrook, Henry Hart. 

Tolland County. 
John B. 
Carpenter. 



Tolland, 

Willington 

Andover, 

Bolton, 

Columbia, , 

Somers, Solomon Fuller 



Wm. A. Collins. 



The Judges are elected for two years. 



Coventry, D wight Webler. 
Ellington, ) n i w «r t 
Vernon, { Gelon W . West. 

Hebron, Marshall Porter. 
Mansfield, Isaac P. Fenton. 
Stafford, ' 
Union, 



► John 0. Booth. 



STATE COMMISSIONERS. 



ON TURNPIKE ROADS. 

Bridgeport and Newtown— Ebenezer Wheeler, Trumbull; Wm. 

J. Dick, Newtown. 
Essex— Jared E. Redfield, Essex; Calvin L. Ely, Lyme. 



32 STATE COMMISSIONERS. 

Huntington — F. G. Perry, Huntington; Isaac E. Booth, Trum- 
bull. 

New Haven and Derby — George H. Peck, Royal M. Bassett, 
Derby, George Augur, New Haven. 

Oxford — Alfred Birch, Woodbury; John Candee, Benjamin 
Nichols, Oxford. 

Wells Hollow — Frederick G. Perry, Huntington; Isaac E. Booth, 
Trumbull. 

W r eston— E. B. Goodsell, Bridgeport; Edson W. Hall, Eastern. 

ON FERRIES. 

Chapman's— William S. Tyler, Haddam; Jacob R. Greenfield, 
East Haddam. 

Enfield— Orville S. Douglas, Suffield; William Steele, Enfield. 

Essex — Charles E. Hough, Essex; R. L. Griffin, Lyme. 

East Windsor — Isaac Schwab, East Windsor; John R. Mont- 
gomery, Windsor Locks. 

Middle Haddam — Horace Johnson, Chatham; John J. Cone, 
Middletown. 

Middletown and Portland— Evelyn B. Strong, Middletown; 
Henry M. Smith, Portland. 

New London and Groton— Leander F. Gardner, Groton; Oliver 
Perkins, Groton. 

South Windsor — Henry E. Phelps, Windsor; Erastus W. Ells- 
worth, South Windsor. 

Warner's — Jonathan Warner, Chester; Jabez Comstock, Lyme. 

ON BRIDGES. 

Bennett's — Frederick Sanford. 

Connecticut River Company — George G. Sill, Wm. M. Hudson, 
Hartford; John B. Moseley, Glastonbury. 

Enfield — Amos Chappell, Suffield; Wm. Abbe, Enfield. 

Hartford — Heman A. Tyler, Hartford; Maro S. Chapman, Man- 
chester; Geo. D. Bartlett, Glastonbury. 

Tomlinson's — Jonathan Ingersoll, W.J. Atwater, New Haven; 
Stephen Hemingway, Henry Smith, Alexander W. Forbes, 
Alfred Hughes, East Haven; Henry W r . Averill, Branford. 

"Washington — George T. Smith, Milford; Albert Wilcox, Jasper 
K. Whiting, Stratford. 

Zoar Bridge— John G. Stevens, Monroe; Benjamin Nichols, 
Oxford. 

ON FISHERIES. 

William M. Hudson, Hartford; Robert G. Pike, Middletown; 
George N. W r oodrufT, Sherman. 



COMMISSI ONERS FOR OTflEB STATES. 33 

m 
INSPECTORS OF STEAM BOILERS. 

First Cong. Dist— Frank S. Allen, Hartford. . 
Second Gong. Dist. — Frederick II. Laforge, Waterbury. 

Third Cong. Dist. — .Joseph Allen, Norwich. 
Fourth Cong. Dist. — John Cotter, Norwalk. 

INSPECTOR-GENERAL OF GAS-METERS AND ILLUMI- 
NATING GAS. 

William G. Mixter, New Haven. 

STATE CHEMISTS. 
William T. Cutter, East Lyme; Joseph Hall, Hartford. 

AUDITORS OF PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 
R. Walton Farmer, Hartford; Thomas J. Raymond, Norwalk. 

Corrimissioners for other States. 

Bridgeport. William K. Seeley, New York. 

George W. Warner, New York, New Jersey, Pa., Ohio, Ind., 

111., Mich., Wis., Iowa, Mo , Mass. 
N. S. Wordin, Minnesota. 
DANBURY. Roger Averili, New York. 

David B. Booth, New York. 
Guilford. E. R. Landon, New York. 
Hartford. Sylvester Barbour, New York. 
Charles E. Fellowes, New York, Ohio. 
Goodman and Parker, for all the States except Delaware. 
David G. Gordon, for all the States except Maine, Vermont, 

Delaware, Nevada, Oregon. 
William Hamersley, New York, Illinois, Indiana, Wiscon- 
sin, Michigan, Ohio, Mass., Perm., Term. 
Charles J. Hoadly, Maine, R. I., Ark., New Mexico. 
William L. Matson, New York. 
Zalmon A. Storrs, New York. 

W. E. Simonds, Maine, B. I., Yer., Missouri, Mich., Wash. 
Territory, Oregon, Ind., N. (.'., S. C, Ala., Ga., Fla., Cal., 
Iowa, Kan., Texas. 
Henry E. Taintor, Maine, N. H., Yer., Mass., R. I., N. Y., 
Perm., N. C, Ga., Miss., La., Ohio, Indiana, Mich., Wis , 
Iowa, Tenn., Ark., Kan., Minn., Neb. 
LITCHFIELD. George M. Woodruff, New York. 
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34 NOTARIES PUBLIC. 

# 

Middletown. Arthur B. Calef, Penn. and New Yoik. 

Frank F. Starr, X. Y., Dist. of Columbia, Texas. 
New Haven. Adolph Asher, Massachusetts. 

Frederick W. Babcock, New York, Mass., Wis., Missouri. 

C. H. Fowler, Mass. and New York. 

John C. Hollister, Michigan, Georgia, New York, New Jer- 
sey, Penn., Mass., Cal., Missouri. 

S. Arthur Marsden, New York, Mass., Mich., Penn., 111., 
Ga., Fla., N. C, S. C, Cal., Kansas, E. I., Iowa, N. J., 
Minn., Ohio. 

Arthur D. Osborne, Michigan, Wis., Minn. 

Charles Robinson, New York, Maine, Mich. 

Henry Rogers, Pennsylvania. 

Wm/K. Townsend, New York. 

M. Frank Tyler, Mass. 
New London. John Danforth, Mass., South Carolina, New 

York, New Jersey, Penn., Ohio, Illinois, Mich., Maryland, 

Texas. 
Norwalk. A. B. Woodward, New York. 
Norwich. Ebenezer Learned, New York, Ohio, Indiana. 

George Perkins, New York. 

John T. Wait, Maine, N. H., Ver., R. I., New York, Penn., 

Mich., 111., Tenn., Ark., Del., Mo., La., Cal., Fla., Texas. 

Saybrook. Deep River, John W. Marvin, New York, Mich., 

Minnesota. 
Stamford. Samuel Fessenden, New York. 
Waterbury. Stephen W. Kellogg, New York. 
Woodbury. William Cothren, New York, Ohio, Mich., Ind., 

111., Wisconsin. 

NOTARIES PUBLIC. 

Appointed by the Governor. They hold office from the date 
of their commission, and for two years from the first day of 
February of the year in which they are commissioned, unless 
their commissions are sooner revoked by the Governor. 

Ashford. Danforth 0. Lombard, John H. Simmons. 
Avon. Henry Clark. 

Berlin. Albert A. Barnes, Charles M. Brown, John Norton, 
Alfred North. 
Bethel. Granville B. Andrews, Eli W. Gilbert, David T. 



NOTARIES PUBLIC. 35 

Hubbell, Henry C. Jndd, Horace R. Northrop, Frederick She- 
p.ird, Nathan Seeley, Amos Woodman. 

Bethlehem. Henry W. Peck, Samuel L. Bloss. 

Bloomfield. John E. Cox, Henry W. Rowley. 

BOLTON. Nathan S. Maine. 

Bozrah. Augustus D. Herrick, Charles S. Pendleton, Albert 
Waterman. 

Bbanford. J. H. Bartholomew, Edward H. Rogers. 

Bridgeport. Charles S. Adams, Richard C. Ambler, Chas. 
K. Averill, F. J. Banks, Thomas L. Bartholomew, Nelson Iff. 
Beach, Morris B. Beardsley, Alfred B. Beers, F. N. Benham, 
Henry E. Bowser, Orlando H. Brothwell, Andrew Burke, Wil- 
liam A. Burroughs, Charles S. Canfield, Lyman S. Catlin, Luzon 
W. Clark, Michael Eberhard, Thomas R. Cruttenden, William 
EL Disbrow, Henry B. Drew, Alfred B. Fairchild, Thomas B. 
Fairchild, John F. Faverweather, Herman Ganz, Amos Fuller, 
Granville W. Goodself, Walter Goddard, Philip L. Holzer, R. E. 
Hough, John S. Griffith, Edwin F. Hall, Julius S. Hanover, 
W. R. Higby. William B. Hinks, D. F. Hollister, Frank L. Holt, 
Howard G. Hubbell, F. W. Hurd, John A. Hurley, James King, 
Rudolph Kost, R. B. Lacey, David B. Lockwood, Frederick J. 
Lockwood, Francis W. Marsh, James R. Middlebrook, Willis F. 
Morehouse, Stephen Nichols, Horace Nichols, John F. Noble, 
W T illiam H. Noble, Wilfred E. Norton, Eugene B. Peck, John E. 
Pond, Charles P. Porter, Isaac B. Prindle, Charles B. Read, 
Egbert Rockwell, Howard A. Scribner, Richard Sewell, William 

E. Seeley, Michael S. Sheridan, Charles Sherwood, L. M. Slade, 
George A. Staples, William M. Staples, Goodwin Stoddard, 
Edward S. Sumner, Samuel B. Sumner, Herrick A. Sutton, 
Albert M. Tallmadge, Frank B. Taylor, Dwight H. Terry, Cur- 
tis Thompson, George W. Warner, 'Thomas L. Watson, George 

F. Wildman, William C. Wiklman, Rudolphus E. Whittlesey, 
Charles E. Wihnot. 

Bridobwater. Alexander Hawley, Charles Treat. 

Bristol. Morgan W. teach, I). A" Miller, Samuel P. New- 
ell, Geo. H. Mitchell, Miles L. Peck, John H. Sessions, Charles 
S. Tread way. 

Brookfield. Sidney F. Hawley, Andrew Northrop, Henry 
S. Peck. 

Brooklyn. L. B. Cleveland, Edward L. Cundall, John Pal- 
mer, John P. Wood. 

Canaan. Dwight W. Clark, Dwight E. Dean, Edmund D. 
Lawrence, Charles B. Maltbie, Uriel H. Miner, A. C. Randall. 
Falls Vilutge, Lee P. Dean. 



36 NOTARIES PUBLIC. 

Canterbury. Alfred H. Bennett, Joseph P. Lester, Marvin 
H. Sanger. 

Canton. Jasper H. Bid well, W. \V. Bid well, Levi Case, 
Samuel N. Codding, Moses S. Dyer. Collinsville, Oliver F. 
Perry. 

Chaplin. Jared VV. Lincoln. 

Chatham Josiah Ackley, John Carrier, L. H. Markham, 
Nathaniel C. Smith. 

Cheshire. Edward A. Cornwall, Milton C. Doolittle, How- 
ard C. Ives. 

Chester. J. T. Clark, E. C. Hungerford. 

Clinton. Ezra E. Post, John B. Wright. 

Colebrook. Roliin D. Baldwin, Reuben Rockwell. 

Colchester. Joseph N. Adams, Charles H. Babcock, Fran- 
cis L. Carrier, Nathaniel Foote, Salmon C. Gillette, Daniel H. 
Hammond, Alfred J. Loomis, Israel L. Loomis. 

Columbia. Robert Brown, Joseph Hotchkiss, Joseph Hutch- 
ins, William H. Yeomans. 

Cornwall. Silas C. Beers, Virgil F. McNeil, Wilson P. 
Sturgis. 

Coventry. Henry A. Brewster, Luther P. Gager, Chaun- 
cey Howard. South Coventry, Loring Winchester. 

Cromwell. Silas C. Beers, Stephen P. Polley, Ralph B. 
Savage, William H. Stickney, Samuel B. Wilcox. 

Danbury. Jabez Amsbury, Roger Averill, John W. Bacon, 
George W. Barnum, 2d, Albert G. Benedict, George B. Benja- 
min, Ezra P. Bennett, William C. Bennett, David B. Booth, 
Lucius H. Boughton, Benjamin E. Cowperwaite, Harris L. 
Crofutt, U. B. Dunaway, William A. Ely, Samuel Gregory, 
Martin H. Griffin, Jr., Norman Hodge, Luman L. Hubbell, 
Benezet A. Hough, Lucius P. Hoyt, William A. Leonard, 
David P. Nichols, David Pearce, William S. Peck, Horace 
Purdy, Dwight E. Rogers, Henry C. Ryder, Aaron C. Seeley, L. 
P. Treadwell, Edgar Tweedy, Harry Williams. 

Darien. George W. Clock, Charles F. Hull, Melville E. 
Mead, Ira Scofield, James B. Selleck, James M. Tooker. 

Derby. William 0. Atwater, John D. Ballou, Egbert Bart- 
lett, George L. Beardsley, William S. Browne, Franklin Burton, 
Thomas F. Birdsey, Thos. L. J. Bulluss, William J. Clark, E. V. 
Clemens, S. A. Cotter, Benjamin F. Culver, Alton Farrell, 
Frederick L. Gaylord, A. K. Hatheway, Geo. H. Peck, Robert 
Peck, David Torrance. Ansonia, Charles H. Pine, Wm. Powe. 
Birmingham, Wm. S. Downs. 

Durham. Leverett M. Leach, Henry G. Newton, Rufus W. 
Mrtthewson. 



\kii.s PUBLIC. 37 

East ford. Hiram H. Burnham. 

East Baddaii. Cyrus VV. Chapman, Almon Day, Th< 
Gross, Jr., S. R. Holmes, David S. Purple. 

East Habtfobd. Percv S. Bryant, Arthur P. Moore, Ephraim 
Rood. 

East Haven. S. W. F. Andrews, George M. Baldwin, L. P. 
Deroing, Jonathan Dudley, Wm. E. Goodyear, Charles W. Hem- 
ingway, Hiram Jacobs, John H Lute, Win. P. Niles. 

East Lyme. Daniel Caulkins, Moses \V. Comstock, Charles 
P. Stnrtevant. 

Easton. George J. Banks, Ebeuezer S. Gillette, Joseph W. 
Johnson. 

East Windsor. Homer D. Allen, Caleb Leavitt, Eugene T. 
ner. 

Elukgton. Michael H. Mandell. 

Enfield. David Brainard, Amos D. Bridge, Willis Gowdy, 
F. A King, Loren H. Pease, William Stimson, 

Charles S. Hough, James Phelps, Jared E. Kedfield, 
C. O. Spencer, Alfred M. Wright. 

P AIRFIELD. Henry Bradley, William H. Johnson, Wm. B. 
Glover, Daniel Moloney, John H. Perry, Albert W. Sanford. 
Sovtkport, Charles M. Oilman, 0. H. Perry, E. C. Sherwood. 

Fakmington. Thomas Cowles, Julius Gay, R chard H. 
Gay, Carlos L. Mason, Walter S. Porter, Wm. W. Woodford. 

Frankiix. Thomas G. Kingsley, H. L. M. Ladd, Ashbel 
Woodward. 

Glastonbury. Wm. S. Goslee, Thomas H. L. Talcott 

Goshen. Eugene E. Allyn, Frederick E. Hurlburt. 

Grab by. Theo. M. Maltbie. 

Greenwich. H. W. K. Hoyt, Joseph H. Marshall, Myron L. 
Mason, Daniel S. Mead, Jr., George G. McXall, Robert J. Walsh, 
Edward J. Wright. 

Gbiswold. Henry T. Crosby, L. M. Green, Barton C Keg- 
win, E. C. Kegwin, Alexander H. Lester. 

Groton. Lemuel Clift, E. R. Coe, John J. Conp, David A. 
Daboll, John 0. Fish, John Fitch, C. H. Gaylord, Robert X. 
Gray, Samuel B. Latham, Philo Little, Orrin E. Miner. Wm. F. 
Mitchell, Thomas E. Packer, Asa Perkins. 2d, William H. Patter, 
Jabez Watrous, Jr., James L. Weaver. 

Guilford. (Jeorge S. Davis, Edward R. Landon, S. T. Mor- 
gan, F. Y7. Seward. 

Haddam. George W. Arnold, Walter X. Gav, Edward D. 
Gilbert. 

HAMDEN. Charles P. AogUT. Silas Benham, Ellsworth B. 
Cooper, Elias Dickerman, Edwin P. Ed wards, Walter W.WuodrutV. 



38 NOTARIES PUBLIC. 

Hampton. David Greenslit. 

Hartford. John C. Abbott, David L. Aberdien, Sherman 
W. Adams, B. R. Allen, Myron A. Andrews, Isaiah Baker, Jr., 
William E. Baker, Stephen' Ball, Henry S. Barbour, Joseph L. 
Barbour, Sylvester Barbour, George D. Bate?, Joseph D. Bates, 
Morgan W. Beach, Edward B. Bennett, Samuel J. Bestor, 
Lorenzo M. Blake, Lewis H. Brainard, Joseph Breed, James H. 
Brewster, Frederick P. Brehm, John H. Brocklesby, John P. 
Bronk, Alfred B. Bull, Henry L. Bunce, Charles L. Burdett, 
George H. Burdick, Albert L. Burke, John F. Burt, Silas Chap- 
man, Jr., Richard S. Burt, Patrick F. Butler, James R. Chap- 
man, Edward H. Clark, James W. Clark, Mahlon N. Clark, 
Charles J. Cole, Silas H. Cornwell, Horace Cornwall, E. P. 
Cowles, Walter G. Cowles, G. F. Davis, Asa W. Day, George 
H. Day, John C. Day, Charles S. Davidson, Leonard A. Dick- 
inson, E. B. Dillingham, Sylvester C. Dunham, Charles E. Dus- 
tin, Frederick Eberle, Frederick G. Eberle, Theodore G. Ellis, 
Samuel E. Elmore, William H. Ellsworth, Henry W. Erving, 
Wm. A. Erving, Charles E. Fellowes, H. B. Freeman, Henrv H. 
Fitch, William H. Fitch, H. E. Fitts, Edward L. Gavlord, Sim- 
eon J. Fox, Robert F. Gaylord, T. J. Gill, Charles' S. Gillette, 
A. J. Glazier, Edward Goodman, Alfred W. Green, Robert A. 
GrifTing, David G. Gordon, Miles W. Graves, Charles E. Gross, 
Louis Gundlach, Isaac W. Hakes, William Hamersley, A. E. 
Hart, H. E. Harrington, Albert N. Hatheway, Horace' Heath, 
W. F. Henney, Ratcliffe Hicks, John E. Higgins, Appleton R. 
Hillver, Charles J. Hoadlv, Francis A. Hoadly, George W. 
Hubbard, Charles C. Hurlbut, Frank E. Hyde, W. W. Hyde, 
Ward W. Jacobs, Charles M. Joslyn, William H. King, Henry 
A. Kippen, James H. Knight, William Knox, Herbert B. Lang- 
don, Charles H. Lawrence, A. G. Loomis, Cooke Lounsbury, 
Robert Lunnv, 2d, Frederick S. Lvman, Theodore Lvman, E. 

E. Marvin, William L. Matson, W*. J. McConville, W. B. Mc- 
Cray, Charles L. Mcintosh, Richard McCloud, John T. McMa- 
nus^ Thomas McManus, Lent B. Merriam, James H. Miller, 
Hiram R. Mills, F. 0. Mosebach, Leonard Morse, George B. 
Newton, Henry Osborn, Francis H. Parker, Wm. H. Parry, 
Edward W. Parsons, John C. Parsons, Edward B. Peck, Nathan 

F. Peck, Wilbert W. Perry, James B. Powell, S. 0. Prentice, 
Henry C. Robinson, Edward F. Rogers, David A. Rood, Warren 
Rowley, Charles H. Russell, George E. Sanborne, C. F. Sedg- 
wick, Joseph Schwab, George G. Sill, Clinton Spencer, Lewis 
Sperry, Lewis E. Stanton, George G. Sunnier, J. H. Tallman, 
Henry E. Taintor, James P. Taylor, Stephen Terry, John H. 



NOTARIES PUBLIC. 39 

Thacher, W. EL Townsend. Reman A. Tyler, Geo. Ulrich, Wm. 
Very, George II. Wan.' \. Washbnrne, John C. Was- 

serbach, John Watson. JohnH. Welch, John W. Welch, Mahlon 
B.West, Charles T. Welles, M. H. Whaples, John P. Wheeler, 

Edward S. White, William A. Willard, Hiram Wilier, Abram 
E. William?, John R. Wittig, Oliver Woodhouse, William S. 
Wooster, Wm. H. Woodward. 

Hbbroh. F. 0. Bissell, George S. Bestor, John G. Page. 

Huntington. Charles Beard, E. P. Curtis, Jr., Henry 
Glover, Charles Judson, F. G. Ferry, Horace Wheeler. 

Kent. Marshall C. Gibbs. 

Killingly. Howry Amsbury, Arthur G. Bill. Henry N. 
Clemens, Wm. E. Hvde, Oliver P. Jacobs. Wm. P. Kellev, Wm. 
H. Oatley, George W. Pike, Edwin L. Palmer, James H. Pot- 
ter, L. H. Rickard, Milton A. Shumway, George H. Wheaton, 
Chauncey C. Young. Weat KUEngly, Edward L. Cundall, 
Henry Hammond, Henry L. Hammond, James H. Potter. 

KiLlingwokth. Orlando E. Redfield. 

Lebanon. Anson Fowler, Wm. A. Fuller, Henry M. Kelley, 
James M. Peckham. 

Ledyakd. Elisha S. Allyn, Nathaniel B. Geer. 

Lisbon. Hezekiah L. Head. 

Litchfield. J. H. Catlin, George E. Jones, William F. 
Jones, George C. Woodruff, George M. Woodruff. 

Lyme. John W. Bill, Benjamin Rathbone, Henry B. Sisson, 

Madisox. J. Myron Hull", Ezra S. Smith, Sereno H. Scran- 
ton. 

Manchester. Sanford Benton, John S. Cheney, Richard 
0. Cheney, Clinton W. Cowles. 

Mansfield. Charles H. Babcock, James P. Burrows, Joseph 
D. Chaffee, John Fitch, Henrv Huntington, John G. C. llcFar 
lane, Ralph W. Storrs, Geo. T. Swift. 

Meriden. Owen B. Arnold, John Barrett, Thomas A. Ben- 
bam, Jr., Eli C. Birdsey, Linus I in F. Butler, Bela 
Carter, Geo. M. Clark, \\m. H. Catlin, A. Cliamberlin, Jr., Asa 
H. Churchill, Geo. R. Curtiss, Lewis K. Curtis, Wilbur F. Davis, 
John E. Durand. Clarence E. Ellsbree, C. Robert Fasv, Frank 
S. Fay, Go. A. Fay, Edwin I). Hall, Lewis Hall, Selah'A. Hull, 
Isaac B. Hyatt. Charle- 1'. Ives, George W. Ives, Charles 
Mann. E. A. uerrimi rton, 
Jr., A. L. <>:•-. A. B. Paddock, Benjamin Page, Jr., Ralph A. 
Palmer, Wm. H. Perkins, Franklin Piatt, James P. Piatt, Frank 
1). Proodman, Gustave Rebstook, Charles L. Rockwell, Charles 



40 NOTARIES PUBLIC. 

H. Shaw, Frank J. Seidensticker, Geo. W. Smith, Wilbur H. 
Squire, A. L. Stevens, Julius A. Talmadge, S. H. W. Yale. 

Middlebury. L. Abbott, Charles L. Nichols. 

Middlefield. Lyman A. Mills, Moses W. Terrill. 

Middletown. Conrad G. Bacon, James E. Bidwell, Eldon 

B. Birdev, James Bishop, Walter L. Blake, Wm. H. Burrows, 
Geo. W. *Burr, Abbott G. Butler, Arthur B Calef, Jr., J. N. 
Camp, Frederick B. Chaffee, M. B. Copeland, Edward Douglass, 
Augustus Eastman, James K. Guy, Frederick L. Gleason, Geo. 
H. Harris, George W. Harris, Elijah S. Hubbard, Jonathan B. 
Kilbourne, D. Ward Northrop, Robert G. Pike, Augustus Put- 
nam, George Rand, Ffenrv H. Smith, Frank F. Starr. Elihu W. 
N. Starr, Orrin E. Stoddard, Charles G. R. Vinal, Wm. Wood- 
ward. 

Milford. William A. Bull, Anon Clark, John W. Fowler, 
Jonas G. French, Henrv C. Piatt, Alexander T. Peck, Wm. H. 
Pond. 

Monroe. Charles M. Beardsley, Lacey Higgins, Martin J. 
Mallett, Daniel A. Nichols, Charles B. Wheeler, Frederick W. 
Wheeler. 

Montville. Henry A. Baker, Orrin H. Whiting. 

Morris. Garry H. Miner. 

Naugatuck. Henry C. Baldwin, L. S. Beardsley, George D. 
Bissell, Edward B. Goodyear, William Kennedy," George A. 
Lewis, Jeremiah B. Luddv, Benton A. Peck, Luther S. Piatt, 
Robert M. Smith, Adelbert C. Tuttle. 

New Britain. James H. Beach, A. N. Bennett, Lyman 
S. Burr, V. B. Chamberlain, F. H. Churchill, Nelson A. Co\vles, 
Augustus P. Collins, Frederick H. Hubbard, John D. Humphrey, 
Edward C. Jones, Charles S. Landers, Albert Morton, Howard 

C. Noble, Charles A. Northend, Charles B. Oldershaw, Julius 
H. Pease, Charles Peck, J. A. Pickett, James W. Ringrose, 
James Shepard, Andrew J. Sloper, Levi 0. Smith, Wm. W. 
Smith, Edward N. Stanley, W. F. Walker, John Walsh, M. S. 
Wiard. 

New Canaan. Francis L. Aiken, Russell L. Hall, Noah W. 
Hoyt, S. Y. St. John. 

New Fairfield. Charles D. H. Kellogg. 

New Hartford. Howell W. Brown, 0. T. Hungerford, 
Nathan Morse, Orrin S. Thompson. 

New Haven. Edward A. Anketell, E. P. Arvine, Adolph 
Asher, Prentiss 0. Averv, F. W. Babcock, Louis A. Babcock, 
Charles L. Baldwin, Edward W. Baldwin, Wm. T. Bartlett, Ed- 
ward L. Bassett, Edson S. Beach, John K. Beach, Eugene A. 



NOTARIES PUBLIC. 41 

Beecher, Leopold Reiser, Frederick A. Betts. George Blflkeman, 
Charles C. Blatchlev, Charles F. Bollman, Herbert L. Bradley, 

John C. Bradley, Maurice F. Brennan, Charles S. Bunnell. H. H. 
Bunnell, Curtis S. Bushnell, George A. Butler, Sylvanu- Butler, 
John G. Chapman, Frederick A. Chase, Jams G. Clark. J. P. 
Cleaveland, L. W. Cleaveland, Anton Coe, James F. Colby, 
Elbridge C. Cook, Geo. R. Cooley, Lafayette Comstock, Robert 
J. C uch. R. P. Cowles, Hugh Daily, Sylvester R. Davis, En- 
gene De Forest, Lucius P. Doming, George L. Dickerman, T. P. 
Dickennan, Edwin C. Dow, Virgil M. Dow, Cornelius T. Dris- 
coll, Alfred Edwards, John E. Farle, Joseph C. Earle, Lewis 
Elliott. Wm. W. Farnham. Win. T. Fields, George L. Finney, 
Truman S. Foote, Charles E. Fowler, Charles H. Fowler, Austin 
B. Fuller, Simeon J. Fox, Charles I. French, Samuel A. Galpin, 
Philip Goodhart, Frank H. Gaylord, David B. Gerrett, Charles 
K. Gorham, John W. Geary, Fnos A. Hale, Thomas C. Hollis, 
Samuel Halliwell, Charles S. Hamilton, George W. Hamilton, 
Francis E. Harrison, Edward R. Hayes, Charles W. Hemingway, 
Benjamin Higbie, Edwin A. Hill, Eugene C. Hill, Burton J. 
Hine, Isaac W. Bine, George E. Hoadley, John C. Hollister, 
Sanford H. Holmes, Hobart L. Hotchkiss, Benjamin P. Hub- 
bard, H. P. Hubbard, Savillian R. Hull, Jonathan Ingersoll, 
Francis G. Ingersoll, Thomas C. Ingersoll, Hoadley B. Ives, 
Abel B. Jacocks, W. G. Judson, A. H. Kellam, Charles Kim- 
berly, E. Elliot Kimberly, George H. Earned, Thomas J. Law- 
ton, Augustus Lines, Win. R. Lloyd, Samuel Lloyd, H.C.Long, 
Benjamin C. Lum, Franklin M. Lum, Richard F. Lyon, S. A. 
Marsden, James M Mason, C. B. Matthewman, Edward Mc- 
Carthy, Alexander McAlister, William J. Mills, Eli Mix. Ben- 
jamin F. Mansfield, Edwin F. Mansfield, Frederick Morris, 
Luzon B. Morris, Chas. T. Morse, Elliott H. Morse, Win. Moul- 
throp, Lyman E. Munson, Charles H. R. Nott, John G. North, 
Andrew O'Xeil, Arthur D. Osborne. G. Edward Osborne, James 
Olmsted, Henry C. Pardee, Henry E. Pardee, Eugene B. Peck, 
Edmund R. Pendleton, L. L Phelps, Daniel G. Phipps, Rufua S. 
Pickett, Henry Pierpont, James P. Pigott, Johnson T. Piatt, 
Joseph D. Plunkett, Philip Pond, Frank Prescott, Edward Pur- 
rington, John B. Reddan, Horatio G, Redfield, George A. Rey- 
nolds. James Reynolds, John A. Richardson, A. Beaton Robert- 
son, Win. C. Robinson, George A. Root, William E. Rowland, 
Edward S. Rowland, E. S. R<>^.t~ ( Henry Rogers, Henry D. 
Russet', Talcott H. Russell, Wm. H. Sanborn, Alvin P. Sai 
David C. Sanford, Whiting S. Sanford, .Charles S. Scott. I 
W. Scranton, Seth T. Seeley, Joseph Sheldon, T. J. Sloan, ('has. 



42 NOTARIES PUBLIC. 

W. Shelton, George Sherman, John H. Shumway, John Shuster, 
Andrew T. Smith, H. E. Smith, J. Gibbs Smith,* Siegwart Spier, 
Wm. H. Stevenson, Ezra L. Stiles, J. Preston Strong, David 
Strouse, George H. Sutton, Chas. L. Swan, Jr., Joseph J. Swee- 
ney, Norman A. Tanner, Nelson Taylor, George Terry, Wm. E. 
Thompson, Edward A. Thompson, Sherwood S. Thompson, 
Wm. K. Townsend, Edwin A. Tracy, Charles H. Trowbridge, 
John H. Tuttle, Julius Twiss, George A Tyler, Morris F. Tyler, 
Charles L. Ullman, Daniel H. Veader, S. H. Wagner, Fred. H. 
Waldron, Israel K. Ward, John B. Ward, Elihu Watrous, Her- 
bert C. Warren, Charles H. Webb, I. D. Weed, Wm. J. Weld, 
Charles R, Whedon, Alfred N. Wheeler, Oliver S. White. Wm. 
R. White, John H. Whiting, C. B. Willis, Charles Wilson, Dexter 
R. Wright, William A. Wright, James A. Wood, Henry C. 
Young. 

New London. Charles Allyn, Chas. W.» Barnes, William 
Belcher, Chas. W. Butler, Richard N. Belden, Augustus Bran- 
degee, Jr., Charles Capouilliez, J. L. Chew, Alfred Coit, Robert 
Coit, George Colfax, W. H. H. Comstock, B. A. Copp, John C. 
Crump, Timothy S. Daboll, A. S. Darrow, John E. Darrow, 
John Danforth, " Ferris W. Douglass, James H. Hill, Walter 
Learned, Daniel Lee, Reuben Lord, Jr., F. W. Miner, Wm. H. 
H. Morgan, Lester H. Phillips, Lester S. Phillips, Gideon F. 
Raymond. Wm. H. Rowe, Charles G. Sistare, Wm. M. Stark, 
Justus A. Southard, John A. Tibbitts, Thomas M. Waller, 
Henrv C. Weaver, Ralph Wheeler, Calvin G. Williams, Thomas 
M. Williams, Geo. D. Whittlesey. 

New Milford. Richard B.* Cogswell, L. Dunning. Henry 
Ives, Carlos P. Merwin, T. Dwight Merwin, Henry S. Mygatt, 
Charles H. Noble, Charles Randall, H. Leroy Randall, John S. 
Turrill. 

Newtown Charles Fairman, Asa N. Hawley, Monroe Jud- 
son, Henry T. Nichols, Charges C. Warner, Henry L. Wheeler. 

Norfolk. Joseph N. Cowles, Joseph B. Eldridge. 

North Bradford. Edward Smith. 

North Haven. Stephen C. Gilbert, J. Boardman Smith, 
Zenas J. Ward. 

North Stonington. Charles H. Brown, Elijah Bailev, 
Wm. B. Hull. 

Norwalk. Alfred E. Austin, Heman H. Barbour, Legrand 
C. Betts, Wm. S. Bouton, Alfred H. Camp, Everett W. Church, 
Robert B. Craufurd, R. S. Craufurd, Wm. A. Curtis, Charles T. 
Craw, Lester S. Cole, Jeremiah Donovan, John H. Ferris, Win- 
field S. Hanford, John R. P. Hoyt, Joseph D. Huntington, J. 



NOTARIES PUBLIO. 43 

Belden Hurlbut, James W. Hyatt, George 0. Keeler, Edward 0. 
Keeler, Jacob M. Lavton. Win. K. Lewi-. Chas. E. Lockwood, 
S. B. Meech. Jonas J. Miliar.!, Geo. K. Miller, Wm. E. Mont- 

f ornery, John A. Osborn, J. S. Randall, Franklin H. Sage, 
►avid K. Selleck, Henry K. Selleck, John S. Seymour, Burr 
Smith, Charles H. Street* Benj. J. Sturges, Nelson Taylor, Ed- 
ward P. Weed, Patrick J. Leonard, Leander G. Wilcox, Charles 
P. Woodbury. South fforwalk, M. B. Pardee. 

NORWICH. James Allan, John C Averill, Frank H. Brown, 
Lucius Brown, Amos A. Browning, Willis A. Briscoe, Henry H. 
Burnham, Chauncey K. Bushnell, Charles E. Chandler, Charles 
B. Chapman, George D. Coit, Wm. S. Congdon, E. C. Cooke, 

A. S. Childs, Ashbel S. Crandall, John X. Crandall, John Cross, 
John L. Dennison, Walter Fuller, Charles W. Gale, Ulysses S. 
Gardner, Gardiner Greene. Jr., Samuel Harrison, Burrill W. 
Hyde, Lewis A. Hyde, Wm. H. Jennings, Jr., Edward H. 
Learned, Bela P. Learned. Daniel Lee. Clinton Lucas, Stephen 

B. Meacn, Edwin Palmer, Henry L. Parker, Ira L. Peck, Chas. 
H. Phelps, George C. Ripley, William Roath, A. Irving Royce, 
J. Hunt Smith, John L. Spalding, Nicholas Tarrant, Allen 
Tenny. Seneca H. Thresher, Edwin A. Tracy. Wm. C. Tucker, 
John M. Thayer, Seneca S. Thresher. John T. Wait, Oliver P. 
Wattle*, ChaVles Webb, Samuel A. Whitney, Horace B. Win- 
ship, Frank L. Woodward, Alfred E. Wyman, David Young. 

Old Lymk. Daniel Chadwick, James Griswold. 

Old SAYBKOOK. Edwin Ayer, Henry Hart, Ozias H. Kirt- 
land, James Rankin. 

Orange. Charles H. Amesburv, Charles K. Bush, Walter 
A. Main. West Haven, Asa H. Churchill. 

<»xkokd. Robinson R. Hininan, Samuel L. Tuttle, W. H. 
Williams. 

Plainfikld. Horace E. Balcom, Joseph A. Dean, Robert 
Gray, Samuel P. Robinson, Jeremiah Starkweather, Edgar M. 
Warner. 

Plain villi;. R« bert C. Usher. 

Plymouth, .la^on C. Fenn. 

Pom fret. Pardon B. Johnson. 

Portland. Leroy Brainard, Wm. W. Coe, Ferdinand Gilder- 
sleeve, Henry Kilby, Dennis A. McQnillin, Charles 11. - 
John H. Sage. 

Preston. Charles E. Chandler, Aaron Luca<, Chester S. 
Prentice. 

Prospect. B. I'.. Brown. 

Putnam. John A. Carpenter, Harrison Johnson, Joseph 
Lippitt, S. H. Seward, Perry P. Wilson, Jerome Tourtelotte. 



44 NOTARIES PUBLIC. 

Redding. Wm. K. Dunscomb, Wm. B. Hill, David H. Mil- 
ler, David S. Nash, W. H. Osborne, George A. Sanford, Thomas 
Sanford. 

Kidgefield. Lewis H. Bailey, David S. Nash, John D. 
Nash, Hiram K. Scott, D. Smith Gage. 

Rocky Hill. Samuel Dimock, Edward L. Gavlord, Rufus 
W. Griswold. 

Roxbury. Aaron W. Fenn. 

Salem. Frederick E. Chadwick. 

Salisbury. Sidney P. Ensign, Thomas L. Norton, Wm. E. 
Pettee, John S. Perkins, Hubert Williams. 

Saybrook. E. H. Peckham. Deep River, John W. Marvin, 
Gideon Parker, Henry R. Wooster. 

Scotland. James Burnett, Abner Robinson. 

Seymour. Henry Bradley, Burton W. Smith. 

Sharon. Alonzo A. Bates, Herman C. Rowley, Gilbert L. 
Smith. 

Sherman. Lafayette Joyce, Charles A. Mallory. 

Simsbury. E. G. Woodford, Jeffrey 0. Phelps." 

Somers. John A. Garland. 

Southbury. G. T. Pierce, George F. Shelton, Egbert L. 
Warner. 

Southington. Charles D. Barnes, Randolph W. Cowles, R. 
M. Douglass, Marcus H. Holcomb, John S. Phinney, Francis D. 
Whittlesey. 

South Windsor. Sandford Buckland, John S. Clapp, Ly- 
man Grant, Frederick A. King, Lewis Sperry. 

Stafford. Joseph W. Chandler, J. F. Chamberlin, Charles 
F. Harwood, Alverado Howard, Wm. H. Spedding. Stafford 
Springs, J. W. Chandler, R. S. Hicks. 

Stamford. Harry Bell, Samuel H. Cohen, George B. Chris- 
tian, Julius B. Curtis, Marcus L. Dunn, Samuel Fessenden, 
H. Stanley Finch, George W. Glendining, Charles E. Holley, 
NathaniefR. Hart, John E. Keeler, Francis R. Leeds, Schuvler 
Merritt, E. W. Riker, Edwin L. Scofield, Geo. E. Scofield, 
Samuel C. Silliman, Jr. ; Wm. C. Strowbridge, Jr., A. R. Turk- 
ington, Franklin Underbill, Wm. W. Waterbury, Wm. Ferris 
Water bury, John W. Webster. 

Sterling. Silas J. Matteson. 

Sionington. Jerome S. Anderson, Peleg S. Barber, Samuel 
H. Chesebro, Oliver B. Grant, M. S. Greene, Nathaniel B. Han- 
cox, George Hubbard, John A. Morgan, Henry B. Noyes, Peleg 
Noves, Wm. J. H. Pollard, Moses A. Pendleton, Charles Perrin, 
Eli'as P. Randall, Francis Sheffield, Thomas D. Sheffield, Rich- 
ard A. Wheeler. 



notaries PUBLIC. 45 

Stratford. Anson H. Blackman, Edwin L. Britten, Clan- 
dins B. Curtis, Thomas B. Fairchild, V. R. ('. Giddings, Samuel 
Y. Houghton, A. B. Judd, Robert H. Russell, Henry P. Stagg, 
Herrick A. Sutton, Lucius B. Vail, LeGrand Wells. 

Suffield. Alonzo Allen, Win. L. Loomis, Hezekiah S. Shel- 
don, Alfred Spencer, Jr. 

Thoxaston. Albert P. Bradstreet, F. Willette Etheridge, 
Arthur J. Hine, George H. Stoughton. 

THOMPSON. Hiram Arnold, Floyd Cranska. 

Tolland. Edwin 0. Dimock, Lucius S. Fuller, Charles A. 
Hawkins, Arthur J. Morton. 

TORRISGTON. Allen G. Brady, Charles F. Brooker, William 
Brooks, John W. Brooks, Joseph F. Calhoun, Edward T. Coe, 
George W. Cole, John W. Gam well, Chas. L. McNeil, Elisha 
Turner. Wolcottville, Isaac W. Brooks. 

Yeknon. Wm. W. Andross, Benezet H. Bill, E. C. Chap- 
man, Dwight Marcv, Emerson W, Moore, Charles D. Talcott, 
Gelon W. West. Rochville, John H. Kite. 

Voluntown. Caleb B. Potter, George Rouse. 

Wallingfokd. .Jonathan M. Andriis, Clarence H. Brown, 
Wm. B. Hall, George A. Hopson, Leverett M. Hubbard, Edwin 
B. Ives, Henry Martin. 

Washington. Gould C. Whittlesey. 

Waterbury. Anson F. Abbott, Charles S. Abbott, George 
W. Beach, Homer F. Bassett, Albert J. Blakeslee, Augustus M. 
Blakeslee, Wm. W. Bonnett, Ed. L. Bronson, Lucien F. Bennett, 
Burton G. Brvan, A. P. P. Camp, Herbert P. Camp, Charles C. 
Comerford, C. A. Colley, E. A. Curtis, Franklin L. Curtis, 
George H. Coweil, Edward F. Cole, Francis B. Field, Edward A. 
Frisbie, Jr., Edward L. Frisbie, Charles W. Gillette, Benjamin 
HaLlas, Gilman C. Hill, Edwin S. Hoyt, J. Edward Johnson, 
Francis J. Kane, Stephen W. Kellogg, F. J. Kingsbury, Charles 
E. Lamb, Robert A. Low, G. S. Parsons, Charles G/Root, Ar- 
thur 0. Shepardson, F. A. Spencer, Mark L. Sperry, Henry M. 
Stocking, Geo. E. Terry, Silas B. Terry, Frederick C. Wei 
Daniel F. Webster, John W. Webster, F. L. Welton, Mitchell S. 
Wheeler. 

Waterford. Frederick P. Morgan. 

Watkbtown. Bennett C. Atwood, Leman W. Cutler. 

West Hartford. Samuel J. Bestor, Merton S. Buckland, 
Mvron A. Andrews. 

Weston. M. V. B. Rowland. 

WesTPOKT. Joseph G. Hyatt, William E. Nas'i, He lry E. 
Sherwood, B. L. Wood worth, 'Moses W. Wil>on. 



46 COUNTIES. 

Wetiiersfield. Henry A. Deming. 

Wellington. Marcus B. Fisk, Adolph Korper. 

Wilton. George A. Davenport, Lockwood K. Ferris, Wm. 
D. Gregory, James T. Hubbell, J. B. Hurlbutt, Samuel H. Rus- 
coe, Samuel H. Scott. 

Winchester. George A. Alfred, Albert M. Beach, Henry A. 
Bills, George M. Carrington, Rollin H. Cooke, Mortimer E. 
Dutton, F. D. Fyler, Henry Gay, Elias E. Gilman, Irving P. 
Griswold, Charles B. Holmes, Samuel A. Herman, Frederick L. 
Loomis, Harry L. Roberts, George S. Rowe, Albert F. Spencer, 
Henry C. Young. Winsted, George M. Carrington, Rufus E. 
Holmes. West Winsted, Henry Gay. 

Windham. Samuel Bingham, Lloyd E. Baldwin, Edwin A. 
Buck, Huber Clark, Cranston C. Crandall, A. Judson Glazier, 
George W. Hanover, John M. Hall, Charles P. Hempstead, 
Elisha H. Holcomb, Jr., John L. Hunter, Ferdinand N. King, 
Allen Lincoln, John A. Perkins, 0. H. K. Risley, Henry F. 
Royce, Elliott B. Sumner, Chester Tilden, Marcus L. Tryon, 
James Walden. Willimantic, Christopher Hempsted, Geo. W. 
Meloney. 

Windsor. Richard D. Case, John B. Woodford. 

Windsor Locks. Elijah Ashley, John W. Coogan, John B. 
Douglass, J. W. Johnson. 

Wolcott. Henry Minor. 

Woodbridge. Daniel C. Augur. 

Woodbury. David S. Bull, Wm. Cothren, Scoville Nettle- 
ton, George F. Shelton. 

Woodstock. North Woodstock. Ezra C. May. 

COTTNTTIES. 

HARTFORD COUNTY. 

Commissioners — Westell Russell, Hartford, 1882; Lucius G. 
Goodrich, Simsbury, 1883; Thaddeus H. Spencer, Suffield, 
1884. 

Clerk of Courts— Charles W. Johnson, Hartford. 

Assistant Clerk — Francis Chambers, Hartford. 

State Attorney — William Hamersley, Hartford. 

Sheriff— Alva W. Spaulding, Hartford, to June 1, 1884. 

Deputy Jailor — Apollos Fenn, Hartford. 

Deputy Sheriffs. 
Hartford, Charles A. Lord, Thomas B. Chapman; Bristol, 
Henry C. Butler; Collinsville, John E. Wheelock; East Hart- 



COUNTIES. 47 

ford, Arthur P. Moon- Granby, Albert Gillette; Hartland, 
Albert N. St illman ; Manchester, George A. Bidwell, New Britain, 
Henrv C. Williams: So. Glastonbury, Sanford E. Sheffield; 

Simsbury, John W? Phelps; Southington, John C. Lewis; Suf- 
field, Webb E. Borbank; Warehouse Point, James Price, Jr. 

Attorneys at Law. 
[Those marked * are Commissioners of the Superior Court.] 
HARTFORD. Sherman W. Adams, *David L. Aberdein, 
Leverett N. Austin, *Henrv S. Barbour, *Joseph L. Barbour, 
Sylvester Barbour, E .B. Bennett, *John B. Betts, Charles H. 
Briscoe, John H. Brocklesby,*John P. Bronk, Percy S. Bryant, 
John R. Buck, Heury E. Burton, Wharton Butler, David S. 
Calhoun, * Joseph G. Calhoun, Geo. Case, Uriah Case, Franklin 
Chamberlin, * Francis Chambers, Charles R. Chapman,*Charles 
H. Clark, Sidney E. Clark, F. E. Cleveland, Charles J. Cole, 
*Goodwin Collier, William R. Cone, John W. Coogan, *Horace 
Cornwall, John C. Day, Robert E. Day, •Samuel J. Day, S. C. 
Dunham, Win. L. Eaton, Wm. W. Eaton, Frederick Eberle, 
Frederick G. Eberle, •Willard Eddy, Lucien Edwards, Arthur 

F. Eggleston. Charles E. Fellowes, Francis Fellowes, H. B. 
Freeman, F. G. Fuller, *George S. Gilman, * Ed ward Goodman, 
David G. Gordon, *Daniel J. Griffin, *Charles E. Gross, Wm. 
Hamersley, A. X. Ha the way, Joseph R. Hawley, John J. H. 
Holcomb, *John Hooker, Chauncev Howard, R. D. Hubbard, 
Alvan P. Hyde, *E. H. Hyde, Jr., Frank E. Hyde, *Wm. 
Waldo Hyde, Chas. W. Johnson, Elisha Johnson, Samuel F. 
Jones, *Charles M. Joslvn, * Cooke Lounsbury, Theodore 
Lyman, T. M. Maltbie, Edwin E. Marvin, ' William L. 
Matson, George P. McLean, Richard McCloud, *W. J. 
McConville, *Thomas McManus, *Hiram R. Mills, *Leonard 
Morse, F. O. Mosebaeh, Hugh 0' Flaherty, Charles H. Owen, 
Jona E. Palmer, Francis H. Parker, .John C. Parsons, (.has. E. 
Perkins, Wilbert W. Perry, John T. Peters, *S. 0. Prentice, 
♦ Henry C. Robinson, Charles T. Buss, *Charlea A. Safford, 
George G. Sill, W. E. Simonds, *Authur 1). Smith, *Lewia E. 
Sperry, *Lewis E. Stanton, T E. Steele, X. A. Storrs, *Geo. 

G. Sumner, H. E. Taintor, J. Tallman, Stephen Terry, Albert 
H. Walker, Roger Welles, Thomas G. Welles. »Edgar T. Welles, 
Mahlon R. West, *E. S. Westcott, John H. White, *Ed\vard S. 
White, »Hiram Willey, John R. Wittig. 

Berlin. Frank A. Browne/ 

BloomfieLD. Jonathan E. Palmer, *Hiram R. Mills. 

Bristol. *James P. Andrews, *Morgan W. Beach, Henry 



48 COUNTIES. 

A. Mitchell, Samuel P. Newell, George A. Gondy, *N. E. 
Pierce. 

Canton. Collinsville, Wm. W. Bidwell. 

Eas*t Hartford. Percy S. Bryant. 

Enfielo. J. W. Johnson. Thompsonville, Charles H. Bris- 
coe, *.Jolm H. Halliday, *John Hamlin. 

Farmington. *Thomas Cowles, J. J. Dempsey. 

Glastonbury. William S. Goslee. 

Granby. T. M. Maltbie, William C. Case. 

Manchester. North Manchester, Olin R. Wood, C. R. 
Hatheway. Buckland, Charles H. Owen. 

New Britain. Milton H. Bassett, Lyman S. Burr, V. B. 
Chamberlain, Austin Hart, Frank L. Hungerford, Philip J. 
Markley, Charles K. Mitchell, Henry Nash, Henry 0. Nash, 
Julius H. Pease, John Walsh, Charles E. Woodruff. 

Newington. Roger Welles. 

Plainville. M. A. Nickerson. 

Rocky Hill. * Arthur D. Smith. 

Sjuthington. Marcus H. Holcomb, *Walter S. Merrell. 
Plantsville, *R. M. Douglass. 

Suffield. Leverett N. Austin. 

Windsor Locks. J. W. Johnson, *J. B. Douglass. 

Commissioners of Superior Court. 
Lawyers marked with a * above, and the following: 
Hartford. Charles H. Russell. 
Bristol. Benjamin F. Hawley. 
East Hartford. Samuel 0. Goodwin. 
Enfield. Franklin Smith. 
Farmington. Carlos L. Mason. 
Glastonbury. R. E. Merrick. 
Marlborough. Mary Hall. 

New Britain. Daniel J. Savin, John W. Stoughton. 
Rocky Hill. G. O. Chambers. 
Simsbury. N. Webster Holcomb. 
Windsor. Ellsworth N. Phelps. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

With the number of Jurors and Justices of the Peace to 
which each town is entitled. 

Hartford, 47. David L. Aberdein, Sherman W. Adams, 
Sylvester Barbour, Edward B. Bennett, John H. Brocklesby, 



COUNTIES. 49 

John R. Buck, Henry E. Burton, George Case, Uriah Case, 
Charles B. Chapman, Charles J. Cole, Horace Cornwall, John 
C. Day, Sylvester C. Dunham, Win. L. Eaton, Fred. Eberle, 

Willard Eddy, Arthur F. Eggleston, Charles E. Fellowes, H. B. 
Freeman, Daniel J. Griffin, Charles E. Gross, Win. Bamersley, 
A. N. Hathaway, Win. F. Henney, Klisha Johnson, Samuel F. 
Jones, Cooke Lounsbury, Theodore Lyman, Edwin E. Marvin, 
Leonard Morse, Richard Mc Cloud, Hugh 0' Flaherty, John C. 
Parsons, Charles E. Perkins, John T. Peters, Samuel 0. 
Prentice, George G. Sill, Lewi- E. Stanton, Timothy E. Steele, 
Henrv E. Taintor, James H. Tallman, Stephen Terrv, Mahlon 
R. West, J. Hurlburt White. 

Aviix. 6. James E. Lusk, Philemon R. Day, Chester R. 
Woodford, Ludwig M. X. Wolf, James X. Bishop, Leverett F. 
Webster. 

Berlin, 10. Albert A. Barnes, W. W. Norton, John 0. Car- 
roll, George Taylor, Henry Hollister, Andrew J. Warner, John 
R. Hooker, Franklin Strong, George H. Gray, John Maloy. 

Bloom field, 8. Samuel B. Newberrv* Martin H. Field, 
Francis G. Barber, Cnrti< H. Case, Nathan F. Miller, Hei . 
Hoskins John E. Cox, Xorris Holcomb. 

BRISTOL, 15. S. P. Newell, George A. Gowdy, Laporte Hub- 
bell, Hiram EL Hurlburt, Asahel Brockett, Henrv Beckwith, 
Gad Norton, S. M. Sutliti', Asaph C. Fuller, Morgan W r . Beach, 
M. M. Woodford, Timothy E. Hawley, Noble E. Pierce, Augus- 
tus H. Warner. 

Burlington, 6. Norris W. Bunnell, Romeo Fulton, Geo. W. 
Pratt, Anthony Moore, Jr., George R. Hegeman, Seth Keeney. 

Canton, 10. Win. W. Bidwell, Win. E. Simonds, Chas. Blair, 
Chas. S. Osborn, Wm. G. Hallock. Oliver C. Adams, Julius E. 
Case, Wells A. Lawton, Anson W. Bristol. Watson (':. 

F]ast Gbasbt, 9. Isaac P. Owen, Cicero H. Merwin, Rich- 
ard H. Phelps, Charles A. Tudor, Joel B. Holcomb, James H. 
Viet.~. 

EAST Babtfobd, 13. Henrv Albro, Win. M. Stanley, Seth 
Risley, Edward 0. Goodwin, W. C. Cuinmings, Ralph "Risley, 
David A. Tuttle, John Foley, J. K. Hall, George A. Williams, 
E. J. Carroll, Geo. H. Goodwin. 

EASl Windsor, 14. Jabez S. Allen, Henry L. Barnes, Nel- 
son S. Osborn, Geo. E. Wads worth, Benjamin I.. Bissell, Chas. 
A. Bissell, Joseph T. Hull, Francis Gowdy. 

Eskilli). 20. Charles H. Briscoe, J. Warren Johnson, Ros- 
well D. Parsons, A. D. Bridge, Horace Patten, R. D. Pan 



50 COUNTIES. 

F. E. Ely, S. Hathaway, Theo. I. Pease, Joseph N. Allen, Chas. 
E. Price, C. F. Morrison, Chas. M. Abbe. 

Farmington, 14. Thomas Cowles, Jr., Chas. L. Whitman, 
Martin L. Parsons, Ezra C. Ayres, John P. Lewis, George Dun- 
ham, Thomas L. Porter. Alpheus Porter, Lucius D. Pond. 

Glastonbury, 17. George C. Andrews, Albert A. Bogue, 
Henry B. Doane, William S. Goslee, Nathaniel W. French, 
Chas* J. Loomer, Norman VV. Strickland, Thos. H. L. Talcott, 
John W. Hubbard, Justus K. Morgan, Geo. A. Treat, Henry E. 
Loomis, Edgar Hale, Thomas S. Curtis, Samuel Hollister. 

Granby, 13. Watson Dewey, Theodore M. Maltbie, Wal- 
lace Kendall, Asel H. Rice, Denison Case, Lucian Reed, John 
Burwell, John W. Ruick, William C. Case, R. J. Hayes, A. G. 
Harger, M. A. Colton. 

Hartland, 6. J. Gates Miller, Flavel C. Newton. 

Manchester, 13. Walter W. Cowles, Daniel Wadsworth, 
George W. Cheney, Chas. S. Cheney, Robert N. Strong, Wm. 
B. Lincoln, Rufus R. Dimock, Olin R. Wood, James F. Bunce, 
Mason Agard. 

Marlborough, 5. Amos B. Latham, Henry D. Barrows, 
Alfred Haling. 

New Britain, 30. James H. Beach, Austin Hart, Julius H. 
Pease, Michael Gray, Arthur W. Rice, Thomas Begley, Henry 
0. Nash, Chas. E. Mitchell, Frank L. Hungerford, James W. 
Ringrose, L. S. Burr, David G. Gordon, Wm. Seiring, John 
Walsh, Chas. E. Woodruff, Wm. E. Latham, V. B. Chamber- 
lain, Milton H. Bassett. 

Newington, 8. John S. Kirkham, Geo. E. Chidlev, Samuel 
A. Steele, Elias M. Steele. 

Plainville, 5. Major A. Nickerson, T. G. Wright, D. W. 
Fox. 

Rocky Hill, 6. Eugene R. Silliman, Henry R. Taylor. 

Simsbury, 14. Dudley B. McLean, Jeffery"0. Phelps, Chas. 
L. Roberts, Alonzo G. Case, Gilbert A. Taylor, Michael A. 
Flynn, Asa Haskins, Thos. R. Case. 

Southington, 11. John J. Barnes, Marcus H. Holcomb, 
Walter S. Merrell, A. M. Lewis, Setli E. Frost, Charles S. 
Woodruff. 

South Windsor, 9. Seth Vinton, Bradford A. Grant, Lewis 
Sperry, Edmund Watson. 

Supfield. 15. Samuel White, Simeon B. Kendall, H. K. 
Ford, E. J. Copley, H. G. Leonard, James B. Rose. 

West Hartford, 8. Samuel J. Bestor, Benj. S. Bishop, 
•l:i-. S. Flagg, Henry Talcott, Chas. II. Flagg, Adolph C. Stern- 
berg, Timothy Sedgwick, 2d. 



< (UNTIES. 51 

Wethersfield, 13. Albert N. Galpin, Kbcnezer G. Haven-, 
Wm. Ml »hn Welles. 

Windsor, 10. John L. Clark, Oliver S. Mills, Eli S. Hough. 

Windsor Locks, 6. John P. Healey, Elijah Ashley, John 
B. Douglass, John W. Coogan, S. B. Douglass. 



NEW HAVEN COUNTY. 

Commissioners— Lewis B. Perkins, Oxford, 18S2; Hiram 
Jacobs, East Have 1 :. 1883; Marcus E. Baldwin, Wood bridge, 1884. 

Clerk of Courts — Arthur D. Osborne, New Haven. 

Assists * Clerk — Jonathan IngersolJ, Edward A. Anketell, 
New Bayen; E Iward F. Cole, Waterbury. 

State Attorney — Tilton E. Doolittle, New Haven. 

Sheriff— John C. Byxbee. New Haven; to June 1, 1S84. 

Deputy Jailor — George A. Stevens, New Haven. 

Deputy Sheriffs. 

■■: Haven, William B. Catlin, Jonathan W. Pond, Wm. E. 

Meriden, Linus Birdsey; Derby, Henry Whipple; 

Gudford, Elisha Hart; Madison, Wm. S. Hull; Milford, Samuel 

A. Miles; Xaugatuck, Wm. Brophy; Seymour, David Tucker; 

:,gford, George W. Morse; Waterbury, John H. Have-: 

Branford, Henry D. Lin-ley; Southbury, Theodore F. Wheeler; 

Orange, James *H. Peck; Cheshire, Robert Cook; Ansonia, J. H. 

Whiting. 

County Treasurer— Harmanus M. Welch, New Haven. 

Attorneys at Law. 

•John W. Ailing, *S. W. F. Andrews, *Ed- 
ward A. Anketell, *E. P. Arvine, *Adolph Asher, William W. 
Bailey, *Simeon E. Baldwin, *Fred'k W. Babcock, John S. 
Beach, *Wm. L. Bennett, *Stuart Bidwell, *James Bishop, 
*Henry T. Blake, »C. C. Blatchley, *Levi X. Blydenburg, 
Charle- F. Boilman, Edward A. Bowers, John W. Bristol, 
♦Louis H. Bristol, *Samuel L. Bronson, *Charles K. i 
John K. Beach, *Julius C. Cable, *Wm. C. Case, *Wilson H. 
Clark, I i. Clark, L. W. Cleaveland, * 

*Geo. K. Cooley, *Hugh Dailey, •Luciofl P. Deming, *( » 
L. Dickerman, •T. E. Doolittle, *Edwin C. Dow, •Cornel 
Driscoll, D ton, •William W. Farnam, Emers 

Foote, *Charles H. Fowler, •John S. Fowler, •Timothy J. 
John C. Gallagher, •Chas. K. Gorham, •George M. Gunn, *E. 
Edwin Hall, *H. F. Hall, Jr., *S. D. Hall, •Chas. S. Hamilton, 



52 COUNTIES. 

♦Henry B. Harrison, Lynde Harrison, James I. Hayes, ♦John 
C. Hollister, *Hobart L. Hotchkiss, ♦L. M. Hubbard,* *Savillian 
R. Hull, ♦Chas. R. Ingersoll, *Francis G. Ingersoll, ^Jonathan 
Ingersoll, *Thomas C. Ingersoll, Charles Ives, ♦Abel B. Jacocks, 
*William DeW. Kellogg, *Wm. H. Kenyon, *Patrick F. 
Kiernan, Henry W. Lamb, ^William H. Law, Jr., ^Edward L. 
Linslev, ♦Burton Mansfield, ^Samuel A. Marsden, ♦Charles 
B. Matthewman, ♦John B. Mills, Wm. J. Mills, *Eli Mix,*Luzon 
B. Morris, Charles T. Morse, *Joseph B. Morse, * Lyman E. 
Munson, ♦Henry G. Newton, ♦Arthur D. Osborne, ♦George W. 
Osborn, Robert H. Osborn, *Henry E. Pardee, Albert D, 
Penney, *L. L. Phelps, ♦John P. Phillips, ♦Rufus S. Pickett, 
♦Henry C. Piatt, * Johnson T. Piatt, *Joseph D. Plunkett, 
♦Edwin Purrington, ♦Abraham H. Robertson, ♦Wm. C Robin- 
son, *John A. Robinson, ♦Edward H. Rogers, *Henry Rogers, 
♦Henry D. Russell, *Talcott H. Russell, Walter J. Scott, 
♦Joseph Sheldon, Edwin A. Smith, *Siegwart Spier. *David 
Strouse, * Henry Stoddard, *Wm. B. Stoddard, *Wm. W. 
Stone, *John P. Studley, ♦Charles L. Swan, *James S. 
Thompson, ♦Wm. K. Townsend, W. J. Trowbridge, D wight 
W. Tuttle, *Grove J. Tuttle, ♦Julius Twiss, ♦Morris F. Tyler, 
*George A. Tyler, ^Charles L. Ullman, *Simeon H. Wagner, 
♦John B. Ward, *Geo. H. Watrous, ♦Francis Wavland, * James 
H. Webb, *Chas. R. Whedon, ♦Alfred N. Wheeler, *Charles A. 
White, *Henrv D. White, ♦Roger S. White, ♦Oliver S. White, 
♦John H. Whiting, *James A. Wood, ♦Dexter R. Wright, 
♦William A. Wright, ^Samuel A. York, ♦Edmund Zacher. 
Fair Haven, ♦Curtis S. Bushnell. 

Branford. *Wm. A. Wright. 

Cheshire. ♦William Kelsey, *George Hine, ♦Robert W. 
Wright. 

Derby. Birmingham, ♦William S. Downs, Wm. E. Downs, 
♦Edwin B. Gager, *Seabury B. Piatt, David Torrance, ♦Win. 

B. Wooster, *Wm. H. Williams. Ansonia, *John D. Ballou, 
♦Charles Reed, *Verenice Munger, ♦Daniel E. McMahon. 

Guilford. Edward R. Landon, *Hollis T. Walker, Edwin 

C. Woodruff. 

Hamden. *Charles S. Everest. 

Meriden. ♦John Barrett, ♦Wilbur F. Davis, Geo. A. Fay, 
Frank S. Fav, Willis I. Fenn, ♦Chas. P. Ives, ♦Chas. W. Mann, 
♦E. A. Merriman, ♦Franklin Piatt, James P. Piatt, *Orville H. 
Piatt, *William Slattery, George W. Smith, ♦Chas. H. Shaw, 
John Q. Thayer. 

Naugatuck. * Henry C. Baldwin, ♦Burton A. Peck, ♦Wnu 
Kennedy, *J. M. Sweeney. 



COUNT IKS. 53 

North Haven. Edward L. Linsley. 

South BURY. Granville T. Pierce. 

Sktmoub. •Harris B. Munson, *\V. H. Williams. 

Wallibgfobd. *Leverett M. Hubbard, *0. H. D. Fowler, 
•Seymour I). Hall, *Henry F. Hall, Jr., *Eli S. Ives. 

WATBRBUBT. Henrv I. Boughton, *Lucien F. Burpee, 
♦Charles A. Colley, *George H. Cowell, 'Edward F. Cole, 
Thomas Donahue," 2d, C. W. Gillette, •Franklin C. Holmes, 
Stephen \V. Kellogg, Greene Kendrick, Robert A. Lowe, *Henry 
K. Morrill, *H. B. Muuson, 'Martin Myers, John O'Neil, Jr., 
*Cha^. G. Root, *Elliott J. Stoddard, *Geo. E. Terry, *Daniel 
F. Webster, John W. Webster. 

WoODBBlDGK. * Wilson H. Clark. 

Commissioners of Superior Court. 

Lawyers marked with a * above and the following: 

New Havkn. John F. Bishop. Elisha Blackman, Henry A. 
Blakeman, Frederick Botsford, William D. Brinley, Edwin M. 
Clark, Horace Day, John E. Earle, Jacob E. Emery, Harvey S. 
Xettleton. William P. Xiles, Seth T. Seeley, John Tuttle, Wil- 
liam H. Wheeler, Samuel A. Galpin, Frederick Morris, Allen 
Mix, Jr., Lucius W. Fitch, Edward Y. Foote, Phillip Good hart, 
Samuel Halliwell, Robert L. Hazard, Horace P. Hoadley, Henry 
C. Kingsley, B. L. Lambert, Birdsey C. Lake, William H. 
Leishman, Frank Maley, Peter McQuaid, Robert T. Merwin, 
Caleb Mix, Gardner Morse, Lewis E. Osborn, Sidney B. Oviatt, 
Joseph B. Sargent, Charles R. Spiegel, Edward F. Stevens. 
George Terry, Charles H. Webb. 

Beacoh Falls. John A. Coe, Julius A. Hart. 

BSTHAHY. Edwin X. Clark. 

Bkanfokd. Henry Rogers, Elizur Rogers, Eli F. Rogers, 
Charles F. Hotchh 

Dbbbt. Egbert Bartlett, William B. Bristol, Charles E. 
Clark, Robert C. Xarramore, Robert Peck, C. X.Rogers, Albert 
than 0. Treat. 

Mebiden. John E. Durand, Charles II. Sawyer. 

MlDDLKBUBT. George S. Pope. 

MlLFOBD. Harvey Beach, C. Sleeman Coan, Geor^<' H. Fur- 
man, Samuel I>. Gunn, Samuel A. Mills, Thomas W. Stow. 

Naugattck. George I). Bissell, James T. Breen. 

North Haven. Whitney Elliott. 

Oxford. Nathan J. Wilcoxson. 

Seymour. S. Hart Culver. 



54 COUNTIES. 

Wallingford. James T. Eedmond. 

Waterbury. Benjamin Hallas, Edward G. Kilduff, Edwin 
A. Lum. John B. Scott, Brvan J. Smith, Evelyn L. Smith, 
Noah B.'Tuttle. 

Woodbridge. William H. Warner. 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

New Haven, 56. Earliss P. Arvine, Adolph Asher, Jame 8 
Bishop, C. F. Bollman, Sylvanus Butler, George R. Cooley, Jos- 
lyn P. Cleveland, Hugh Dailey, John S. Fowler, Timothy J- 
Fox, Hobart L. Hotchkiss, Jonathan Ingersoll, Charles T* 
Morse, Eli Mix, S. Arthur Marsden, A. Heaton Robertson. 
Charles L. Swan, Jr., John P. Studlev, Julius Twiss, Charles 
R. Whedon, E. Zacher, Samuel A. York, M. F. Brennan, T. C. 
Ingersoll, Frank F. Kiernan, Alfred N. Wheeler, John C. Gal- 
lagher, Herman Thrall, Siegwart Spier, Samuel L. Bronson, 
Cornelius T. Driscoll, E. Gilbert Austin, Frederick W. Babcock, 
S. Harrison Wagner, Levi N. Blydenburgh, Royal T. Smith, 
Luzon B. Morris, William J. Mills, Willis G. Judson, Joseph D. 
Plnnkett, Michael Herrity, John Tuttle, James I. Hayes, Ezra 
B. Dibble, David Strouse, Michael E. Tracy, James H. Good- 
sell, George A. Tyler, Wallace N. Robbins, Burton Mansfield, 
John B. Mills, William H. Law, Jr., John W. Geary, James A. 
Wood, Daniel Healey, Leopold Besser. 

Beacon Falls, 8*. Herbert C. Baldwin, Buel Buckingham. 

Bethany, 7. Samuel R. Woodward, E. S. Hotchkiss, Na- 
than Clark. 

Branford, 8. William E. Hatch, Marcus 0. Babcock, Ed- 
ward H. Rogers, Wm. A. Wright. 

Cheshire, 12. Theo. A. Cook, Jesse Humiston, William 
Kelsey. 

Derby, 18. John W. Storrs, David Torrance, Luzon Rowell, 
Verenice Monger, John B. Quilinan, A. Leninger, Charles Reed, 
John Lindley, Daniel E. McMahon, John C. Reilly, Seabury B. 
Piatt, Mark Buckingham, John B. Gardner, W. S. Downs, Ed- 
win B. Gagei , William J. Clark, John D. Ballou. 

East Haven, 9. Hiram Jacobs, Henry Smith, Dwight W. 
Tuttle, Grove J. Tuttle, S. W. F. Andrews. 

Guilford, 14. Edward R. Landon, John R. Rossiter, John 
Beattie, Henry E. Norton, J. Seymour Benton, Hollis T. Walker, 
Harvey Elliott, Richard M. Leete, A. G. Hull, Lynde Harrison, 
Leveret t C. Stone, Edwin C. Woodruff. 

Hamden, 11. Horace Tuttle, Bela A. Mann, Andrew J. 
Doolittle, James H. Webb. 



COUNTIES. 55 

Madison, 11. Henry B. Wilcox, John H. Meigs, John P. 
II son, Horace G. Hill', Henry E. Stone, M. A. S -niiel 

I). Crntten len, C. Henry Whedon, Washington Bristol. 

Meriden, 17. George A. Fa v. E. A. Merriman, Charles H. 

Shaw, J. P. Platl v.'Selah A. Hull, J. C. Binsdale, 

E. G e, C. J. Heineman, J. Q. Thayer, G. W. Smith, C. 
W. Mann, M. J. Slattery, W. F. Davis. 

MlDDLEBUBT, 5. Moses W. Terrill, Alva B. Coe, P. M. 
Augur. T. H. Coles, H. W. Horlbut, J. T. Lnglis. 

MlLFORD, 14. John T. Minor, James W. Beach, Elias Clark, 
P. S. Bristol, II. J. Bristol, David Miles, Harvey S. Clark. 

NAUGATUCK, '.'. Hial S. Stevens, II. G. Denniston, Homer 
Twitchell, Edward B. Mallette, George A. Fenton, Miner S. 
Baldwin, Herbert A. Hard, Luther S. Piatt. 

North Bi: an ford, 6. Charles Page, F. C. Bartholomew, 
Edward Smith. 

NORTH Haveh, 8. Andrew F. Austin, Cyrus Cheeney, Jesse 
0. Eaton, J. Boardman Smith. 

Obakoe, 8. Benj. T. Clark, Wm. H. Talmadge, George W. 
[as T. .Main, Donaldson S. Thompson, James K. 
►th, Sheldon J. Ailing. 

OXFORD, 1". David Hawley, Lewis B. Perkins, Nathan ( '. 
RiggS, Clark E. Lum, Benjamin Nichols, Harpin A. Lum, 
Samuel L. Tuttle, William H. Williams. 

Prosper p, 5. Benjamin B. Brown. 

Seymour, 10. John W. Rogers, F. M.Clemens, H. S. Cham- 
berlain, George Leavenworth, A. Storrs. 

SoUTHBUBY, 10. Henry S. Wheeler, William S. Hooper, 
Isaac Watson, Granville T. Pierre, Charles Hotchkiss. 

Wallingpobd, 14. Franklin Johnson, 0. I. Martin, Heze- 
kiah Hall, Patrick McKenna, Charles D. Vale, George Cook, 
Turhand Cook, Edward F. Cook, .Tared P. Kimberly, Homer R. 
Johnson, Charles E. Smith, Patrick Mooney, Matthew Havi- 
land, Robert B. Wallace. 

WATl RBURT, 22. Michael Carroll, George H. Cowell, Elliott 

J. Fenn, (diaries G. Po^t, Frederick A. Spencer, Daniel F. 

We!' in L. Welton, XeNon J. Welton, Henry I. 

iton, Charles W. Gillette, Stephen W, John 

iil, Jr.. John W Webster, George F. Terry, Ti. 

aim.-. L. Fields Edward F. Cole, Henry P. Morrill, 

■ Ken d rick. 

WoLCOTT, 5. Frederick L. Nichols. Amos M. Johnsoi 
jam in F. Finch. 

WoODBBIDGB, 7. Theo. R. Baldwin, Wilson H 
Samuel F. Perkins, Marcus E. Baldwin, William H. Warner. 



56 COUNTIES. 

NEW LONDON COUNTY. 

Commissioners — David R. Stevens, New London, 1882; Paul 
B. Greene, Norwich, 1883; Erastus Geer, Lebanon, 1884. 
Clerk of Courts — John C. Averill, Norwich. 
Assistant Clerk — John C. Kellogg, Norwich. 
State Attorney — Thomas M. Waller, New London. 
Sheriff — Frank Hawkins, Griswold, to June 1, 1884. 

Deputy Sheriffs. 

Norwich, Joab B. Rogers, Silas H. Dewey; New London, 
George P. Hinckley ; North Stonington, Gilbert Billings; Col- 
chester, Addison M. Taintor; Mystic Bridge, John H. Hoxie; 
Lebanon, Asa C. Peckham; Montville, George N. Wood; Ston- 
ington, George R. Green. 

Deputy Jailors — E. H. Beck with, Norwich; George G. Fitch, 
New London. 

County Treasurer — Leonard Hempstead, New London. 

Attorneys at Law. 

New London. William Belcher, Augustus Brandagee, Chas. 
W. Butler, N. A. Chapman, Robert Coit, Wm. C. Crump, John 
G. Crump, A. S. Darrow, Andrew C. Lippitt, A. C. Lippitt, Jr., 
Bryan F. Mahan, John P. C. Mather, Samuel Park, G. F. Ray- 
mond, William M. Stark, John A. Tibbits, Thomas M. Waller, 
Ralph Wheeler. 

Norwich. *John C. Averill, Wm. L. Brewer, Willis A. Bris- 
coe, ^Lucius Brown, *Frank T. Brown, *Franklin H. Brown, 
Amos A. Browning, Henrv H. Burnham, * Richard E. Cash, 
*J. B. Coit, Charles W. Comstock, *Wm. S. Congdon, J. J. 
Desmond, George W. Foote, Gardiner Greene, Jr., Jeremiah 
Halsey, Edward Harland, S. T. Holbrook, William H. Jennings, 
John C. Kellogg, Henry Latham, Solomon Lucas, Ebenezer 
Learned, Albert F. Park,^ Webster Park, Donald G. Perkins, 
Calvin L. Rawson, Frank A. Robinson, George C. Riplev, *Wm. 
H. Shields, Charles F. Thayer, *S. H. Thresher, *Seneca S. 
Thresher, *Edward H. Thomas, Allen Tennv, J. M. Thaver, 
John T. Wait, 0. P. Wattles, David Young/ 

Colchester. Erastus S. Day, Joel H. Reed. 

Groton. John J. Copp. Mystic River, Lemuel Clift, *A. 
P. Tanner. 

Old Lyme. P. 0. Lyme, Daniel Chad wick, James Gris- 
wold, J. G. Perkins. 



0OUHTIB8. 57 

Stoninot >.\. George Sharswood, Jr., H. A. Hull. Mystic , 
♦John B. Grinnell, Albert Denison. 

Westerly. R. I.. -aeffield, A. B. Crafts. 

Watebford. A. S. Darrow, N. A. Chapman. 

Commissioners of Superior Court. 
Lawyers marked with a * above, and the following: 
New LoBDOX. Anson Brown. 

Norwich. H. A. Baker, William W. Barnes, G. H. Bottom, 
J. K. Brewer, John T. Brown, A. A. Browning, Elbridge C. Cook, 
Gardiner Greene, Jr., Wm. H. Jennings, Jr., Gilbert D. Lamb, 
George S. Lovelace, James Ritchie, F. A. Robinson, H. B. 
- iip. 
East Lyme. Francis W. Bolles. 
Franklin. T. H. C. Kingsbury. 

[<>n. Philo Little, Orrin E. 'Miner. 
•old. Win. A. Weeks. 
Montyii.le. Henry A. Baker. 
Preston. Asahel Tanner. 

Spragux. J. B. C. Du Plessis, Charles H. Ladd, A. D. 
Wilcox. 

Stonington. Solomon L. Edwards, Peleg Noyes, Charles 
Perrin, Thomas D. Sheffield, George D. Stanton. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

New London, 30. Augustus Brandagee, John P. C. Mather, 
John H. Crocker, John C. Crump, John G. Crump, Ferris W. 
Douglass, Oscar F. Hewitt, Walter Learned, Brvan F. Mahan, 
Wm. X. Stark, John A. Tibbitts, Ralph Wheeler, G. F. Ray- 
mond, Wm. Belcher, Reuben Lord, Jr., T. M. Waller, Chas. W. 
Butler, A. C. Lippitt, Jr., A. C. Lippitt, Isaac W. Thompson. 

NORWICH. John C. Averill, Frank T. Brown, Franklin H. 
Brown, John T. Brown, Lucius Brown, Amos A. Browning, 
Henry H. Burnham, Walter H. Burr, Charles H. Carpenter, 
Elbridge C. Cook, Jeremiah J. Desmond, Increase W. Carpen- 
ter, William - i, Paul B. Greene, Gardner Greene, Jr., 
Jeremiah Halsey, Edward Harland, Supply T. Holbrook. Wm. 
H. Jennings, Jr., John C. Kellogg, Ebenezer Learned, Solomon 
Lucas, Albert F. Park. Webster Park, Donald G. Perkins, 
George C. Ripley, Wm. H. Shields, Allen Tenny, John II. 
Thayer, Seneca S. Thresher, Wm. C. Tucker, Oliver P. Wattles, 

avid Young. 



58 COUNTIES. 

Bozrah, 5. Xeremiah C. Cook, Joshua C. Leffingwel), Chas. 
A. Johnson, M. S. Gardner, Wm. Hall. 

Colchester, 13. Erastus S. Day, Joel H. Reed, Francis L. 
Carrier, Benjamin Adams, Asa Brainard, C. C. Palmer, Leander 
Chapman, Demas Carrier, R. R. Carrington. 

East Lyme, 7. Nelson L. Stewart, G. P. Rose, A. E. S. 
Bush, Daniel Calkins, F. B. Way, Lyman Bacon. 

Franklin, 5. Henry W. Kingsley, Amos F. Royce, E. Eu- 
gene Ayer, B. F. Huntfngton. 

Griswold, 11. Barton C. Kegwin, J. G. Bill, A. Edmond, 
Wm. Soule, Joseph Rood, 0. Hinkley, E. C Kegwin, Daniel L. 
Phillips, Samuel Barber, George Tyler, Wm. P. Young. 

Groton, 21. William H. Potter, Chas. P. Chipman, Seth N. 
Williams, Nelson Morgan, Nathan S. Fish, Roswell Brown, 
Elias H. Potter, Amos Clift, Simeon A. Chapman. 

Lebanon, 13. George D. Spencer, Walter G. Kingsley, N. C. 
Barker, Wm. A. Fuller, H. A. Spafard. 

Led yard, 10. Charles A. Satterlee, Palmer Allyn, Russell 
Gallup, James A. Stoddard, John Hurlbutt, Dwight A. Gallup, 
George H. O'Brien, Israel Allyn, T. A. Avery, Isaac W. Geer. 

Lisbon, 5. Henrv Lvon, Russell W. Fitch, Patrick Connell. 

Lyme, 7. Fred. Fosdick, B. P. Bill, J. G. Ely. 

Montville, 10. M. V. B. Brainard, Geo. 0. Gadbois, Wm. 
Fitch, Elisha M. Rogers, Jedediah R. Gay, 2d, John L. Com- 
stock, Wm. F. Thacher. 

North Stonington, 11. Charles P. White, Francis H. 
Brown, George N. Edwards. 

Old Lyme, 7. James Griswold, J. G. Perkins, E. Sheffield, 
E. C. Smith, C. L. Morley, John Smith, T. S. Swan. 

Preston, 10. James F. Forsyth, John W. Gallup, Hugh 
King, Samuel Johnson, James H. Fitch. 

Salem, 5. John R. Treadway, Charles A. Williams. 

Sprague, 7. Richard J. Brophy, Nathan Bennett, W. P. 
Kelley, Nathan Geer, John Witter, Chas. T. Hazen, George J. 
Lawton. 

Stonington, 22. Albert Dennison, M. S. Greene, Albi- 
gence Hyde, J. A. Lamb, Geo. E. Tripp, Elias Williams. 

Waterford, 12. James Daigan, Nathaniel A. Chapman, 
Richard Tinker, Martin G. Rogers, W. F. Scott, B. A. Crocker, 
Gilbert Rogers, G. G. Hammond, L. N. Williams, James B. 
Cattell, Joseph Peabody, G. W. Chamberlain. 



\ ties. 59 

FAIRFIELD COUNTY. 

Commissioners— Charles B. Wheeler, Monroe, 1S82 : John 0- 
Paige, Sherman, 1888; Nathan M. Belden, Wilton, H - 

Clerk of Courts— Henry T. Blake, Bridgeport. 

Assistant Clerks — K. Stewart Sumner, Bridgeport; David B. 
Booth, Danbury. 

State Attorney — Samuel Fessenden, Stamford. 

Sheriff— Charles H. Crosby, Bridgeport, to June 1, 1884. 

Deputy Sheriffs. 

Bridgeport. Wm. Scofield, Wm. E. Desbrow: Bethel, Henry 
C. Judd; Danbury, Harris L. Crofut; Fairfield, Edward Hen- 
shaw; Greenwich, William S. Reynolds; Huntington, Selah B. 
Blakeman; Monroe, Chas. S.French; Newtown, Beach Nichols, 
New Canaan, Russell L. Hall; Norwalk. John F. Raymond; 
Norwalk; David Dayton; Stamford, Samuel McCoun: 
r 1, James H. Blakeman; Westport, Frederick Kemper. 
Deputy Jailor— Chas. H. Hoyt, Danbury. 
County Treasurer — W. C. Quiotard, Norwalk. 

Attorneys at Law. 

Bridgeport. *R. C. Ambler, *Wm. J. Beecher, Henry T. 
Blake, Stephen S. Blake, *Morris B. Beardsley, »A. B. Beers, 
John A. Boughton, *Ebenezer Burr. Jr., 'Chas. S. Canfield, *J. 
C. Chamberlin, Joseph Collins Win. A. Dalton, *Dan'l Daven- 
port, *R. E. DeForest, *Charles A. Doten, *Theo. W. Downs, 
*V. R. C. Giddinffs, Edwin F. Hall, *F. B. Hall, *Da\'M F. 
Hollister, *F. L. Holt, *Franei> Ives, 'J. A. Joyce, *Ben;ard 
Keating, •William H. Kelsey, F. G. Lewi-, I). B. Lockwood, 
Michael Mc Guinness, L. N. Middelbrook, *D wight Morris, Wm. 
H. Noble, Frank I*. Norman, *W. E. Norton, *EnL r ene B. Peck, 
John J. Phelan, »J. W. Parrott, Frank L. R< ry S. 

Sanford, *William K. Seeley, Morris W. Seymour, 'William R. 
Shelton, *Charles Sherwood] *Lueius M. Slade. Wm . II. Steven- 
son, E. S. Sumner, *E. Stewart Sumner, *Goodwin Stoddard, 
♦Sam'l B. Sumner, A. M. Tallmadge, Amos S. Treat. Curtia 
Thompson, *Morris Tattle, Geo. W. Warner. *Leyi Warner, 
Mark I). Wilber, *Wm. C. Wildman. 

Danbubt. *Ro?er Averill, 'A. T. Bates, 'David B. Booth, 
♦Lyman 1). Brewster, *Wm. Burke, 'J. R. Farnham, ^Henezet 
A. Hough, William A. Leonard, 'Theodore McBonald, Howard 
P.. Scott. 'Howard W. raylor, 'Wm. F. Taylor <>. A.G. 1 
♦Samuel Tweedy, 'John J. Walsh, 'Granville M. White. 



60 COUNTIES. 

Brookfield. Samuel Sherman. 
Easton. Charles R. Dudley. 

Fairfield. VVm. B. Glover. Southport, Chas. M. Gilman, 
John H. Perry. 

Greenwich. *H. W. R. Hovt, Myron L. Mason, ^Frederick 

A. Hubbard, R. Jay Walsh. 

Newtown. * William J. Beecher. Sandy Hook, * William 
O'Hara, * James A. Wilson. 

Norwalk. Alfred E. Austin, ^Benjamin F. Birdsall, Jo- 
seph F. Foote, J. B. Hurlbutt, John E. Keeler, *John H. Perrv, 
F. W. Perry, *Albert Relyea, John S. Seymour, *William R. 
Smith, *Levi Warner, *Asa B. Woodward* * Joseph W, Wilson. 
South Norwalk, * Nelson Taylor, * Nelson Taylor, Jr., *Franklin 
H. Sage, *E. B. Goodell, *Allan W. Paige. 

Stamford. Galen A. Carter, Jr., *Samuel H. Cohen, * Julius 

B. Curtis, *Joshua B. Ferris, *H. Stanley Finch, *Samuel Fes- 
senden, Nathaniel R. Hart, *John E. Keeler, *Michael Kenealy, 
*James H. Olmsted, *Clarence L. Reid, *Edwin L. Scofield, 
Wm. C. Strowbridge, Jr., Charles P. Woodbury. 

Stratford. *V. R. C. Giddings, Henry E. Smith. 

Trumbull. *R. C. Ambler. 

Westport. Edward M. Lees, Edward J. Taylor. Green's 
Farms, * Albert Relyea. 

Wilton. George A. Davenport. Cannon s Station, J. Belden 
Hurlbutt. 

Commissioners of Superior Court. 

Lawyers marked with a * above, and the following. 

Bridgeport. J. E. Dunham, F. J. Hughes, Bradley H. Hull, 
John F. Noble, John Stevenson, Wm. M. Staples, J. S. Wessels, 
A. B. Clute, Walter Goddard, R. B. Lacey. 

Danbury. William A. Ely, Timothy Jones, Joseph A. Joyce, 
Wm. A. Leonard, George Wakeman. 

Bethel. George S. Crofut, Frederick Shepard. 

Brookfield. E. H. Northrop. 

Fairfield. Henry Bradley, David Wheeler. 

Greenwich. Daniel S. Mead, Jr., Charles E. Merritt, C. A. 
Newman. 

Huntington. Horace Wheeler. 

Monroe. Lacey Higgins. 

New Canaan. R. L. Hall, B. D. Purdy, F. M. Bliss. 

Norwalk. Charles Olmstead, Silas P. Tuttle, E. L. Steven- 
son, 0. E. Wilson. 

Ridgefield. George H. Boughton. 



COUNTIES. 61 

Redding. Lemuel Sanford, Stebbins Baxter. 

Sherman. Daniel B. Mallory. 

Stamford. David H. Clark, B. P. Hatheway, E. W. Riker t 
Francis K. Leeds. 

Stratford. Albert Wilcoxson, Eugene Morehouse. 

Westport. Joseph G. Hyatt, S. B. Sherwood, Henry W. 
Lyon, Jonathan C. Wheeler, Kufus Wakeman. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Bridgeport, 27. Samuel B. Sumner, John B. Pinkerman, 
Robert K. DeForest, Charles S. Caniield, Eugene B. Peck, Fred. 
H. Strattoo, Morris W. Seymour, Goodwin Stoddard, Edwin G. 
Sanford, Simon R. Libby, John C. Hall, David B. Lock wood, 
Walter C. Nevers, Daniel M. Ford, Rodney S. Barrett, Elias 
Tibballs, Morris B. Beardsley, Francis P. Norman, Amos Fuller, 
Julius J. Gorham, Henrv Dikeman, Marshall E. Morris, Charles 
Sherwood, William R. Shelton, Bradlev H. Hull, Edward T. 
l; 

Danrdry, 17. Thomas B. Fanton. Arthur H. Averill, Benja- 
niin <>. X. Rockwell, Benezet A. Hough, David B. Booth, Lyman 
D. Brewster, Howard I>. Scott, Samuel Tweedy, Samuel A. 
Barnum, Barnnm 1'. Jack-on, Russel W. Hoyt, George Mc Ar- 
thur, James Rvder, Edwin B. Harris, Theodore Lvon, Howard 
W. Taylor. 

Bethel, 12. E. R. Barnum, A. H. Dimond, Samuel A. 
Conch, A. J. Whitney. 

Brookfibld. Harvey Roe, Henry S. Stevens, Benjamin 
Griffen, David H. Meeker, Edwin G. Terrill, John H. Barlow, 
Ezra A. Somers. 

Darien, v . Nathan Dauchy, James B. Selleck, C. W. Louns- 
burv, Thaddeua Bell, Edward R. Farnham. 

EJaston, 8. Geo. S. Piatt, Joseph W. Johnson, George Free- 
born. 

Faibfield, 18. Win. Lyon, David Wheeler, John H. Perry, 
Win B. Glover, Win. Coleman, Win. Bradley, Francis L. Sher- 
wood, Alva Jennings John M. Brothnell, Matthew V. Wood- 
ward. 

GREENWICH, 21. Amasa A. Mark-, Philip W. Holme-, Al- 
fred A. Bundle, George A. Lock wood, Charles E. Stud well. 
Edward Greenwood, Joseph H. Mar-hall, Joseph E. Russell. 

Huntington, 7. Joseph Tomlinson, Wells Allis, Daniel S. 
Clarke. 



62 COUNTIES. 

Monroe, 8. Ernest L. Staples, F. D. Hollister, John G. 
Stevens. 

New Canaan, 14. Joseph F. Silliman, Frank M. Bliss, 
Levi S. Weed. 

New Fairfield, 5. B. B. Kellogg, John J. Tread well, Geo. 
W. Wheeler, Edward Treadwell, H. H. Wildman. 

Newtown, 17. John M. Beardsley, Silas B. Wheeler, Geo. 
W. Bradley, Samuel Barmim, Charles W. Dayton, Norman 
Northrop, Michael Cavanagh, John Stilson, Eli J. Morris, Geo. 
Botsford. 

Norwalk, 20. Asa B. Woodward, Joseph W. Wilson, Wm. 
R. Smith, Henry K. Selleck, Dudley P. Ely, Alfred E. Austin, 
Wm. S. Bouton, Andrew Selleck, Frederick Mead, Joseph F. 
Foote, Samuel E. Olmsted, Frederick S. Lyon, N. Taylor, Jr., 
Franklin H. Sage. 

Redding, 9. Lemuel Sanford, Frederick Cole, Edward P. 
Shaw, Wm. E. Dunscomb. 

Ridgefield, 12. Wm. W. Sevmour, Hiram K. Scott, John 
F. Gilbert, Ferdinand W. Burt. 

Sherman, 5. Allan W. Paige, Austin Giddings, George N. 
Woodruff, John 0. Paige. 

Stratford, 11. Eugene Morehouse, V. R. C. Giddings, H. 
B. Cuzner, Wm. B. Wood. 

Stamford, 21. Julius B. Curtis, David H. Clark, H. H. 
Goidy, John B. Knapp, Hiram Deming, George W. Birch, Mar- 
cus Waterbury, E. T. Nicoll. 

Trumbull,' 7. LeGrand G. Beers, Samuel G. Beardsley, 
Joseph A. Treadwell, Ormel Hall. 

Weston, 6. M. V. B. Rowland, D. S. Parsons. 

Westport, 14. Eliphalet T. Gray, Thomas D. Elwood, Al- 
bert Relyea, Silas B. Sherwood, Edward J. Taylor, Moses W. 
Wilson, J. C. Taylor, George S. Adams, Charles H. Taylor. 

Wilton, 11. Aaron M. Reed, Samuel B. Fancher, Nathan M. 
Belden, Henry E. Chichester, Samuel Bennett. 



WINDHAM COUNTY. 

Commissioners — Edwin H. Hall, Windham, 1882; John D. 
Converse, Thompson, 1883; Richard H. Ward, Plainfield, 1884. 

Clerk of Courts— Edward L. Cundall, Danielsonville. 

Assistant Clerk — Huber Clark, Willimantic. 

State Attornev— John B. Penrose, Plainfield, (P. 0. Central 
Village.) 

Sheriff— Charles H. Osgood, Putnam, to June 1, 1884. 



mice. G3 

Deputy Sheriffs. 

Brooklyn, Frank K. Baker; Central Village, Nathaniel P. 
Thompson; Thompson, Win. W. Cummings; West Killingly, 
Oliver W. Bow. mi; Willimantic, Charles B. Pomeroy; Wood- 
stock Valley, James B>. Tatein. 

Deputy Jailor — P. B. Sibley, Brooklyn. 

County Treasurer — Alva Wylie, Brooklyn. 

Attorneys at Law. 

Windham. Willhnantic, Joel R. Arnold, Huber Clark, John 
M. Hall, *John L. Hunter, George W. Meloney, Elliot B. Sumner, 
George A. Goeant. A. J. Bowen. 

Brooklyn. Edward L. Cundall, * Louis B. Cleveland. 

Ashford, *Jared 1). Richmond. 

Eastford. C. M. Brooks. /- 

HAMPTON. Chimney F. Cleveland. 

Killinoly. DanteuonviUe, Edward L. Cundall, Milton A. 
Shumway, L. II. Bickard, *T. E. Graves, *A. G. Bill, J. H. 
Potter. 

Pi.ainkikld. Central Village, John J. Penrose, *Edgar M. 
Warner. 

Pomfret. Pomfret Landing, Joseph Mathewson. 

Putnam. *Harfi-on Johnson, *J. M. Lyon, Gilbert W. 
Phillips, Chas. E. - tnnel II. Seward. 

Thompson. Abiel Converse, Charle< I-]. Searls. 

Woodstock. South, George S. F. Stoddard. 

G>mmissioners <./ Superior Court. 
Lawyers marked with a * above and the following: 
Windham. William Swift. 

itfobd. Jairus Chapman, Calvin M. Brooks. 
Hampton. David Greenslit. 
Putnam. Ralph J. Savin. 
Thompson. -Isaac Ross, Marcos Child. 
WEST KlLLINGLY. Cliarles C. Cundall, Edwin L. Palmer. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Windham. 20. Lucius C. Kinne, William B. Avery. James 
E. Hayden, Jonathan Hatch, John I). \\ 
Lewis' Buckingham, Joel R. Arnold. John M. Hall, Geo. W. 

Meloney, John L. Hunter, Fredcri . Win. Swift, E. B, 



64 COUNTIES. 

Sumner, Frank M. Lincoln, Hnber Clark, George A. Conant, 
E. P. Kenyon, Allen Lincoln. 

Brooklyn, 10. Edward L. Cundall, Willard Day, Albert 
Day, Wm. H. Putnam. 

Ashford, 8. George Piatt, Sherman E. Paine, John F. 
Brooks, Wm. G. Shippy. 

Canterbury, 10. Amos Witter, B. J. Huling, James D. 
Ransom, Marvin H. Sanger, Elderkin Waldo. 

Chaplin 6. Ephraim W. Day, Jesse S. Turner, John W. 
Griggs, Porter B. Peck. 

Eastford, 7. E. G. Harris, James M. Keith, Andrew J.~ 
Bo wen. 

Hampton, 6. Israel E. Harvey, Henry G. Taintor, Patrick 
H. Pear], George M. Holt, David Greenslit, Geo. R. Hammond. 

Killingly, 20. Wm. E. Hyde, Lucius H. Rickard, James 
N. Lewis, Geo. H. Wheaton, Wm. H. Oatley, Joseph W. Stone, 
M. A. Shumway, Arthur G. Bill, T. E. Graves, Lysander War- 
ren, John Kilby, R. D. Foster, Samuel Hutchins. 

Plainfield, 15. Wm. S. Babcock, Wm. I. Hyde, John S. 
French, George Torrey, Richard H. Ward, John L. Chapman, 
John D. Rood, Joseph A. Dean, Edgar M. Warner. 

Pomfret, 10. Wm. I. Bartholomew, John W. Clapp, Jas. J. 
Slade, Calvin D. Williams, N. W. Chapman, R. L. Bullard, 
Charles P. Grosvenor, Thomas W. Williams. 

Putnam, 8. Thomas J. Thurber, Gilbert W. Phillips, W T ar- 
ren W. White, S. H. Seward, George F. Willis, Harrison John- 
son. 

Scotland, 5. Samuel B. Sprague, Wm. G. Anthony. 

Sterling, 6. Amos J. Gallup, Andrew J. Bitgood, Henry 
D. Dixon, Josiah Slade. 

Thompson, 20. Samuel H. Davis, Nathan Rawson, James 
N. Kingsbury, Oscar Tourtelotte, Lawson Aldrich, Alonzo O. 
Woodart, Barton Jacobs, John M. Cunningham, Charles E. 
Searls, Joshua P. Knight, Henry H. Dike, Dyer A. Upham, 
Randolph H. Chandler, Frank H. Converse, George T. Bixby, 
L. H. Holbrook, Winsor Bates, John Perrin, Ira D. Bates. 

Woodstock, 17. O. Fisher, D. E. May, Geo. S. F. Stoddard, 
J. M. Paine, A. A. Paine, W. B. Lester, H. T. Child, O. H. 
Perry, E. Bishop, W. D. Carroll, N. E. Morse, Wm. B. Lester, 
S. D. Skinner. 



COUNTIES. 65 

LITCHFIELD COUNTY. 

Commissioners — Joseph F.Calhoun, Torrington, 1882; George 
Pierpont, Plymouth, 18b3; Lyman Dunning, North Canaan, 

Clerk of Courts— William L. Ransom, Litchfield. 
distant Clerk — D wight C. Kilbourn. Litchfield. 
State Attorney — James Huntington, Woodburv. 
Sheri IT— Charles J. Porter, Goshen, to June l/ 1884. 

Deputy Sheriffs. 

Litchfield, Truman Catlin; New Hartford, Win. E. Thompson; 
New Milford, Charles I). Blinn, North Canaan, Robert Van 
Deusen; Thomaston, Edwin A. Bradley; West Winsted, Wra. 
B. Phillips; Woodburv, George R. Crane; Washington, Alfred 
H. Wvant; Falls Village, Henry Brinton; West Cornwall, Chaun- 
cey E. Baldwin. 

Attorneys at Law. 

Litchfield. Charles B. Andrews, Henry B. Graves, *Geo. 

A. Hickox, *I)wight C. Kilbourn, *Charles "C. Moore. *Henry 
H. Prescott, i Wm. L. Ransom, Edw. W. Seymour, *George C. 

gfl M. Woodruti'. 
Bark ham sted. Riverton, *Hirani Goodwin. 
Canaan. Falls Village. *Lee P. Dean, *Dwight W. Clarke. 
Cornwall* *Leonard J. Nickerson. 
Goshen. Albert Wadhams. 
Harwinton. *Abijah Catlin. 
New Hartford. *Jared B. Foster, *Nathan Morse, *John 

B. Betts. 

New Milford. James H. McMahon, *T. D wight Merwin, 
*F. R. Tiffany, John S. Turrill. Gnylorclsuille, Edward S. Mer- 
win. 

North Canaan. P. 0. Canaan, Jacob B. Hardenbergh, A. 
:>aek. 

Plymouth. T, rryville, *Henry B. Plumb. 

Salisbury. Donald J. Warner, Donald T. Warner. Lake- 
n'//e, Hubert Willi] 

Sharon. *Willard Baker, * Charles F. Sedgwick, * James 

Thomaston. Albert P. Bradstreet, * Frank W. Etheridge. 

Torrington. WokottvUle. George W. Cole, *Gideon II. 
Welch. 



66 COUNTIES. 

Watertowx. *C. B. At wood. 

West Cornwall. * Leonard J. Nickerson. 

Winchester. West Winsted, *Frank E. Cleveland, Wm. H. 
Ely, A. H. Fenn. Florimond D. Fyler, *Samuel A. Herman, 
*S. B. Home, *Hiram P. Lawrence, ^Wellington B. Smith, 
John F. Wynne. 

V Woodbury. Wm. Cothren, * James Huntington, *George F. 
Shelton. 

Commissioners of Superior Court. 

Lawyers m irked with a * above and the following: 

Litchfield. Charles Adams. 

Barkhamsted. Samuel H. Case. 

Bethlehem. Joshua Bird, Samuel L. Bliss, George C. 
Stone. 

Cornwall. Wm. P. Sturgiss, George C. Harrison. 

Goshen. J. H. Wadhams, John M. Wadhams. 

Harwinton. George W. Dains. 

Kent. Wellington Watson. 

New Milford. Perry Hufcut. 

Pylmouth. N. T. Baldwin, Aaron P. Fenn. 

Roxbury. Minot L. Beardsley. 

Salisbury. A. J. Spurr, D. D. Warner. 

Tor hington. Allen G. Brady. 

Washington. George C Hitchcock, William J. Ford, David 
C Whittlesey. 

Winchester. Charles H. Hayden. 

Woodbury. Charles D. Minor, James T. Breen, Willis A. 
Strong. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Litchfield, 21. George M. Woodruff, Charles B. Andrews, 
Eli D. Weeks, T. L. Jennings, F. S. Porter, A. J. Pierpont, 
D. C. Kilbourn, Frank W. Wessels, George W. Bement, H. 0. 
Morse, D. P. Griswold, S. G. Beach, D. G. Turney, Willis G. 
Barton, William Deming, H. B. Graves. 

Barkhamsted, 8. Sheldon Merrell, J. W. Colt, James Mills, 
Warren Alford, S. F. Roberts, Nelson J. Church, Abel C. 
Everet. 

Bethlehem, 5. James Allen, H. S. Jackson, Amos C. Lake, 
Marvin S. Todd. 

Bridgewater, 5. Frederick A. Peck, Austin H. Gillett, 
Joseph T. Beers. 



n TIES. 67 

Canaan, 14. Lee P. Dean, W. G. Kellogg I). R. Spaulding, 
H. C. Crandall. J. W. Gibbs. 

CoLKBBOOK, 7. Timothv Persons, Weslev C. Root, Andrew 
J. Terrell. 

Cornwall, 11. Arthur D. Warner, Leonard J. Nickerson, 
Solon B. Johnson, Silas G. Patterson, James F. Reed, Niles 
Scoville, Theodore Kellogg, Daniel L. Beach, Joseph L. Whit- 
ney. 

Goshen, 8. John H. Wadhams, Ira B. Babcock, George 
Hammond, George \V. Humphrey, Llisba Baldwin. Horace L. 
Seelye, Sherman' Kimberly. 

Babwintob, 7. Willis Catlin, X. A. Wilson, James Mather. 
George \Y. Dains. 

Kknt, 10. Marshall C. Gibbs, Luther Eaton. 

IIobbis, 5. Homer Stoddard, James M. Benton, Rollin H. 
Harrison. 

Nkw Hartford, 14. Orrin Fitch, John F. Smith, Nathan 
, Samuel Allen, Orvis Griggs, Henry R. Jones, James 
Forbes. 

New Milford, 20. Henry W. Evans, James H. McMahon, 
Perry N. Hall, Arthur E. Knowles, Francis E. Baldwin, Henry 
<>n, Liverius Dunning, John S. Turrill, Israel B. Smith, 
Alexander Levy, Edward Hunt, I. P. Northrop. 

Norfolk, : . EL I. Criasey, Horace B. Knapp, Myron C. 
Join.- 5. Cowles, John K. Shepard. 

North Canaan, 7. Ira S. Bunnell, Wesley Trescott, J. B. 
Hardenbergh, A. T. Koraback, Wallace A. Roberts, Edward S. 
Roberts, Samuel A. Bennett. 

Plymouth, 13. Byron Tuttle, Jason C. Fenn, Edwin M. Tal- 
madge, William W. Clemence. 

Box bury, 6. Lyman P. Eastman, Cyrus E. Prindle. 

Salisbury, 16. * 1'orter S. Burrall, John A. McArthur, Wil- 
son E. Hicks, Daniel Pratt, James Ensign, Frederick 1. 
Donald J. Warner, Donald T. Warner, Lorenzo Tupper, Hubert 
Williams. 

Sharon. 13. Charles L. Prindle, Ezra H. Bartram, J. N. 
Bartram, Willard Baker, Z. E. Hunt. 

Thomastor, 12. Albert P. Bradstreet, Israel B. Woodward, 
Frank W. Etheridge, Henry F. Bradford, Miles Morse, Joseph 
K. Judson, Byron w. Pease, Frederick A. Canfield, James E. 
Bishop, Thomas H. Newton, George A. Stoughton, F. B. 
Taylor. 

Torrington, 10. Gideon H. Welch, Joseph F. Calhoun, 



68 COUNTIES. 

0. R. Fyler, Henry I. Jackson, George A. Allen, George W. 
Cole, Isaac W. Brooks, Luther Bronson, John M. Burr, Stanley 
Griswold. 
Warren, 5. Franklin B. Curtis, Benjamin E. Carter, John 

B. Derrickson, N. B. Strong, H. E. Shove. 

Washington, 10. Guy C. Ford, John G. Fenn, George S. 
Cogswell, Charles D. Camp. 

Watertown, 8. Caleb T. Hickox, George F. Hungerford, 

C. B. Atwood, Geo. B. French. 

Winchester, 12. Wm. F. Hurlbut, A. M. Perkins, N. D. 
Ford, R. H. Moore, W. H. Ely, J. McCarthy, 2d, S. B. Home, 
A. H. Fenn. 

Woodbury, 11. William Cothren, Reuben B. Martin, David 
S. Bull, H. H. Morris, M. F. Skelley, Scoville Nettleton, Eli M. 
Towne. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY. 

Commissioners — Willis E. Terrill, Middlefield, 1882; Rufus 
C. Shepard, Old Savbrook, 1883; Miner C. Hazen, Haddam, 
1884. 

Clerk of Courts— Charles G. R. Vinal, Middletown. 

Assistant Clerk — Frederic Vinal, Middletown. 

State Attorney— W. F. Willcox, Chester (P. 0. Deep River). 

Sheriff — John I. Hutchinson, Essex; to June 1, 1884. 

Deputy Sheriffs. 

Middletown, Gardner B. Sinith; Portland, George 0. Mosher; 
Clinton, John P. Johnson; East Hampton, Thomas S. Brown; 
East Haddam, Ralph B. Swan; Higganum, Robert B. Clock; 
Deep River, Henry S. Ward. 

Deputy Jailors — William E. Odber, Haddam; John Wilcox, 
Middletown. 

County Treasurer — George W. Harris, Middletown. 

Attorneys at Law. 

Middletown. Arthur W. Bacon, *Conrad G. Bacon, *Eldon 
B. Birdsey, * Arthur B. Calef, M. Eugene Culver, Daniel J. 
Donahue, *Wm. T. Elmer, *Lovell Hall, *John M. Murdock, 
*D. Ward Northrop, *Weslev U. Pearne, *Robert G. Pike, 
*S. A. Robinson, Charles C. Tyler, *Charles G. R. Vinal, Sam- 
uel L. Warner, Frederic Vinal. 



COUNTIES. 69 

Chatham. East Hampton, *Lovell Hall. 

CHE8TEB. * Nathan C. Peters, •Jonathan T. Clark, ♦Wash- 
ington F. Willcox. 

DURHAM. Henry G. Newton. 

East Haddam. *Julius Attwood, *Francia II. Parker. 
Badlyme, *Hiram Willey. JoknaomriUe, E. Emery Jot 

Essex. •Jamea Phelps, •James L. Phelps Henry L. Pratt. 

Portland. * Dennis A. McQaillin, John M. Murdoch. 

Say brook. />■ ep River, * Washington F. Willcox. 

Westbrook. *I)avid A. Wright. 

Commissionei's of Superior Court. 
Lawyers marked with a * above and the following: 
MlDDLETOWN. George W. Burke, Clarence F. Bacon, Ar- 
thur B. Calef, Jr. 

Haddam. Henry M. Selden, Cornelius Brairierd, John H. 
Russell. 

latham. Josiah Acklev, Emmet B. Smith, Daniel A. 
Markham. 

i Haddam. Eugene W. Chaffee. 
Satbrook. Gilbert W. Denison. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

MlDDLETOWN, 32. Thomas J. Atkins, Arthur W. Bacon, 
Arthur B. Calef, Michael W. Lawton, M. Eugene Culver, Daniel 
J. Donahoe, Win. T. Elmer, Wesley U. Pearne, Silas A. Robin- 
son, Charles G. R. Yinal, Samuel L. Warner, Frederic Vina], 
Conrad G. Bacon, Eldon B. Birdsey, George W. Guy, Elihu W. 
Pike. 

Haddam, 14. Jonathan W. Clark, Abiel J. Sherman, Stephen 
H. Burr, Giles Thayer, Charles 1). Merwin, Truman A. Spencer, 
Noah Burr, Ephraim P. Arnold, Jared S. Clark. 

Chatham, 9. E. B. Rich, J. C. Shepard, H. D. Chapman. 

Chesi in, G. Walter S. Clark, Joseph E. Silliman, Jonathan 
Warner, .1. Tyler Smith, Xoah C. Perry, Julius Smith. 

Clinton, v . Eliaa W. Wellman. 

Cromwell, 8. Elisha Stevens, M. P. Warner. 

Durham, 7. Sa luel W. Loper, Wm. II. Walkley, N. H. 
Pars* 

East Haddam, 16. Sila> R. Holmes, E. E. Johnson, J. Att- 
wood, Alden Smith, W. II. Sisson, John B. Hungerford, A. B. 
Purple, Geo. A. Rogers. 



70 COUNTIES. 

Essex, 8. Giles Potter, Henry L. Pratt, Samuel Griswold, 
Benjamin A. Gladding, Edward W. Redfield, Noah Starkey, 
Henry Hayden, Francis H. Tiffany. 

Killingworth, 7. Andrew W. Burr, Lyman E. Stevens. 

Middlefield, 6. Valerius H. Coles, 'Henry W. Hurlbut, 
James T. Inglis, P. M. Augur, M. W. Terrill, Alvah B. Coe. 

Old Saybkook, 6. Henry Hart, Edwin Aver, John N. 
Clarke. 

Portland, 18. Rodney B. Freeman, Lucius P. Stewart, 
Wm. H. Bartlett, D. A. McQuillin, Enoch Sage. 

Saybrook, 7. John W. Marvin, John S. Lane, George F. 
Spencer, Joseph B. Banning. 

Westbrook, 8. Oliver H. Norris, Carlos H. Chapman, Wm. 
N. Kirtland, Benjamin F. Bushnell, Alpheus Wright, David A. 
Wright - , George C. Spencer. 



TOLLAND COUNTY. 

Commissioners — John R. Champlin, Willington, 1882; David 
W. Huntington, Coventrv, 1883; Edward D. Alvord, Bolton, 
1884. 

Clerk of Courts — Erwin 0. Dimock, Tolland. 

Assistant Clerk— G. W. West, Rockville. 

State Attorney — Benezet H. Bill, Rockville. 

Sheriff— William M. Corbin, Rockville, to June 1, 1884. 

Deputy Sheriffs. 

Tolland, Austin L. Edgerton; Hebron, Harvey Crane; Colum- 
bia, Arthur H. Little; Rockville, George Woodward; Coventry, 
Sumner Payne; Somersville, T. M. Gowdy; Stafford Springs, 
Ezra T. Converse; Union, Wm. A. Corbin; Willington, Charles 
F. McFarland. 

County Treasurer — Charles A. Hawkins, Tolland. 

Attorneys at Law. 

Tolland. Erwin 0. Dimock, »Edwin S. AgarcL 

Andover. Myron P. Yeomans. 

Somers. Solomon Fuller. 

Stafford. Stafford Springs* S. E. Fairfield,* Roswell D. 
Davison, *Wm. A. King, *C. M. Brooks. 

Vernon. Rockville, Benezet H. Bill, Dwight Marcv, Sam'l 
F. McFarland, Charles Phelps, Gelon W. West. 

Willington. Seth C. Eaton. 



\ TIES. 71 

Commission< 

Lawyer- marked with a * above, and the following: 

VESTRY. S. Tavlor. 
HKBBOK. Charles II. Brown, John S. Wells, J. G. Page. 
Mansfield. John X. Barrow*. 

Stafford. F. L. Batchelder, Isaiah Hiscock, K. Y. Fisk. 
I'mox. C. Paul. 
Willington. L. Holt, L. W. Holt, A. J. Turner. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Tolland, 12. Smith H. Brown, Gilbert H. Preston, William 
C. Ladd, Geo. W. Brown, Samuel B. Slater, Krwin 0. Dimoek, 
Geo. P. Field, A. B. Clough, L. W. Martin, Elisha Arnold, Gil- 
bert P. Babcock. 

Andover, 6. Myron P. Yeomans, Roger E. Phelrs, William 
Babcock, Walter Abbey, Andrew Phelps. 

Bolton. 6. Jabez L. White, John W. Sumner, Edwin D. 
•d, Cnanncy T. Bant. 

Columbia, 6. Carlos Colling X. H.Clark, J. E. H. Gates, 
Xorman P. Little. 

COVENTRY, 16. Charles A. Kii gsbury, Nathaniel Root, Jr., 
Henry A. Brewster. 

Ellington, 9. M. H. Mandell, Win. D. Slater, Benjamin 
Pinney, Darius Crane, Horatio Kibbe, Joseph Hopkins, Sylves- 
ter Morris, R. A. Taft, Ira H. Lewis. 

Hebron. 11. Horace F. Porter, David M. Buell, Andrew 
Prentice, Sylvester Root, Wm. T. Warner. 

Mansfield, 16. feaacP. Fenton, E. C. Piko, E. 6. Sumner. 
Solomon Fuller, James C. Pease, Loren Gris- 
wold, Charles Hibbard, Alvan D. Nol l-\ Arnold Converse. 

Stafford, 19. F. A. Harwood, Jacob Glover, Henry Gerould, 
J. C. Cross, Augustus Alden, Miner Kinney, George Washburn. 
M. P. Hanly, John G. Slater, R. D. Davison, J. M. Chaffee. J. C. 
Fuller, M. P. Shahan, Anthony Adam-, F. X. Lull, Charles 0. 
Smith, G. S. Davis. I.. <.. Cummings, H. W. Davis. 

UNION, 6. Royal Chapman, Thomas Rindge, A. J. R 

Vernon, 18. John S. Dobson, George 
Talc ezet H. Bill, F. S. Henry, Cyrns 

Wincl l I :; v;il G. Holt, William W\ 

Arthur T. Bissell, Charles P.Thompson, Dwight Marcy, Henry 
F. Parker. 

Willington, 10. Seth C. Eaton, Wm. Irons. 



72 TOWN OFFICERS. 

TOWN OIP^ICIilFfcS. 

The Town Elections are held on the first Monday in October. 
The following lists give the names of the Town Clerk, Town 
Treasurer, Registrar, Selectmen, Constables, Collectors of 
Taxes, Grand Jurors. Assessors, Board of Relief, Board of Edu- 
cation, and Reg : strars of Voters. The Acting School Visitors 
are designated with a *. The School Visitors are chosen for 
three years, and the dates indicate the time when their terms 
expire. 

And over. Town Clerk, Reg. and Treas., Charles F. Lin- 
coln. Selectmen, Charles H. Loomis, William A. BrowD, 
Charles Johnson. Const , Roscoe E. Bishop, Arthur C. Brown, 
Charles L. Backus, Henry F. Standish, S. Henrv Daggett, 
Charles H. Baker, Flavel Lyman. Coll., Willard Fuller. G. 
Jurors, Charles L. Backus, Charles R. Kingsbury, Hiram A. 
Brown, Daniel M. Burnap, Havel Lyman, Lafayette Kenyon, 
Assessors, George F. Blackman, Erastus D. Post, Roger E. 
Phelps. Board of R.,John-F. Bingham, S. Henry Daggett, 
Bissell E. Post. Board of Ed., Albert VV. Lvman, Henry Dor- 
rance, 1882; Walter Abbev, Charles H. Loomis, 1883; Charles 
L. Backus, *Edgar D. White, 1884. Reg. of Voters, Charles 
L. Backus, Edwin H. Cook. 

Ashford. Clerk and Treas., Davis A. Baker. Reg. Hen- 
ry H. Piatt. Selectmen, Mason S. Kendall, Loomis E. Stowell, 
Stephen B. Tift. Const, and Col., Herbert F. Dawley. G. 
Jurors, Arnold Upton, John T. Greene, Asa H. Bruce. Asses- 
sors, Andrew H. Byles, Charles W. Brett. Board of R., Nelson 
Hammond, D wight Lincoln. Board of Ed., John T. Greene, 
Henry R. Woodward, 1882; Gilbert E. S. Amidon, Harvey W. 
Morey, 1883, Sherman E. Paine, John A. Brown, 1884. Reg. 
of Voters, Peter Piatt, Thomas J. Peck. 

Avon. Clerk, Reg. and Treas., Oliver T. Bishop, Select- 
men, Fitch L. Bishop, James M. Wilson, Jarvis W. Edgerton. 
Const., E. E. Hart, Prescott H. Woodford, Henry Tabei. 
Coll., James M. Wilson. G. Jurors, Frank S. Hart, Samuel 
Gibson, Dwight A. Avery. Assessors, Chester R. Woodford, 
Harrison Woodford, George V. Lusk. Board of R., Edmund 
Sanford, Seth F. Woodford. Board of Ed., Philemon R. Day, 
Joseph S. Woodford, 1882; Nicholas J. Seelev, Dan. I). Der- 
rin,.1883; Matthew C. Woodford, Charles H. Miller, 1884. 
Reg. of Voters, Harvey Woodford, 2d, Joseph B. North. 



town min IBS. 7*3 

BARKTTAM8TED. Clerk and Reg;., Owen K. Case. Treas., 
Hubert B. Case. Selectmen, M. A. Hart, (\ H. Tiffany, Henry 
B. Phelps. Const, Hiram B. Holcomb, William J. Case, 
Samuel Munson. Coll., William E. Howd. G. Jurors, Henry 
H. Payne, William H. Hubbard. Assess re, Albert Perry, 
Sheldon Johnson. Board of R., human Pease, Samuel H. 
. William J. Ripley. Board of Ed., Sheldon Merrill, Daniel 
[ward -I. Youngs, Hiram C. Brown, * Joseph B. 
Clark. Reg strict, Shelden Merrill, William K. 

Howd: 2.1 : A. Baker, Wilfred I). Youngs: 3d 1' 

Byron 0. Haw ley, Hiram C. Brown. 

■ <>.\ Falls. Clerk and Treas.. Julius A. Hart. Reg., 
Oliver I). Buckingham. Selectmen, Herbert C. Baldwin, Da- 
vid M. F - Wheeler. Const., Charles B. Clark, 
Harvey E. A: wood. David .1. CarrinL r ton. Coll., Geor^ 
Twite hell. G. Juror-, Andrew W. Culver, David T. Sanford. 
"Tii" I;. Hubbell, Herbert C. Baldwin. Board of 
P., George A Twitchell, Charles B. Clark, David M. French. 
.. David I . Sanford, Jerome B. Hubbell, Buel Buck- 
:n. l\cg. of Voters, Charles B. Clark, Hand- F. Osbom. 

Bk.hlin. Clerk and Treas., Alfred North. Reg., E. Brande- 
gee. Selectmen, S. C. Wilcox, H. Sage, H. BlCowles. Const., 
E. H. Warner, Richard Moon, Joseph J. Morse, William Web- 
ster, Charles Marvin. Huber Bushnell. Coll., William Bulkley. 
G. Jurors. Eben C. Woodruff, Edward S. Tubbs, Franci* Dem- 
ing, Charles M. Browne, Frederick North, Edwin L. M 

--or-, Andrew J. Warner, Edward C.Hall. Board of R., 
Charles X. Ailing, Walter E. Penfield, Edward E. Srevens. 
Board <>f Ed ., James Roche, Francis Deming, 1882; George 
E. Taylor, Eben C. Woodruff, 1888; Samuel F. Talmadge, 
Theron Upson, 1884. Reg. of Voters, William Bulkley, John 
Norton. 

BETHANY. Clerk, Reg. ai . N. Clark. Se- 

lectmen, Samuel R. Woodward, S. Gilbert Davidson, Ev'.y 
Pardee. Const., Henry H. Hotchkiss, Theron E. Allen, Fred- 
erick W. Sperry. Coll.. George B. Hotchkiss. < I. Jurors, Gar- 
ry B. Johnsoi . Denzil B. Hoadley, Evlyn <». P 
John J. Warner, Theron E. Allen. Board of R., Wales 11. 
French, D wight N. Clark. George W. Woodward. Board of 
■a- 1, G. B Hotel ciss, Lewis F. Morris. Reg. 
of Vo: ihkiss, Georj 



74 TOWN OFFICERS. 

Bethel. Clerk, George S. Crofut. Reg., William H. Jud- 
son. Treas., Samuel S. Ambler. Selectmen, Frederick Judd, 
George M. Cole, Benjamin F. Foster. Const., Edward John- 
son, John S. Pearce, Thomas A. Evans. Coll. of Taxes, Sam- 
uel Gillett. G. Jurors, Joseph A. Banks, Charles E. Ed- 
monds, Henry W. Timanus. Assessors, E. Starr Judd, Charles 
H. Shepard, Frarcis B. Andrews. Board of R., William H. 
Judson, Byron R. Morgan, Silas H. Hickok. Board of Ed., 
George M. Lyon, * William Brown, 1882; Frederick Shepard, 
George F. Waters, 1883; Eli T. Andrews, Granville B. An- 
drews, lfc84. Reg. of Voters, Gideon S. Peck, Henry H. Baird. 

Bethlehem. Clerk, George C. Stone. Reg., William R. 
Harrison. Treas., Jonathan Wooten. Selectmen, Henry Cat- 
lin, Ralph Munson. Const,, and Coll., Samuel Gunn, Frank 
Thompson, John D. Waldron. G. Jurors, Frederick Allen, 
Frank Stoughton, Frederick G. Stockman. Assessors, Nehe- 
miah L. Bloss, Warren H. Taylor. Board of R., Marvin S. 
Todd, Alexander Hamilton, J. B. Ames. Board of Ed., George 
C. Stone, Samuel P. Hayes, ^882; Marvin S. Todd. Fred. S. 
Curtis, 1883; William R. Harrison, Marshall E. Beecher, 1884. 
Reg. of Voters, George W. Percy, Hiram G. Kilbourne. 

Bloomfield. Clerk aud Reg., John E. Cox. Treas., Elihu 
B. Case. Selectmen, John Black well, Franklin B. Miller, Al- 
fred N. Filley. Const., Henry C. Alderman, Henry T. Fagan, 
George F. Hubbard, George F. Capen, Byron D. Barnard, 
Franklin E. Burr. Coll., Frederick A. Pinnev. G. Jurors, 
William G. Hubbard, John Wilcox, S. B. Pinney, William G. 
Case, Doddridge R. Cadwell, Chester F. Goodwin. Assessors, 
Francis G. Barber, John Wilcox, Timothy G. Jerome. Board 
ofR., Henry C. Hoskins, William G. Hubbard, Eli Brown. 
Board of Ed., Francis G. Barber, William A. Hallock, Louis J. 
Fillev, 1882; Nathan F. Miller, Frank E. Burr, William J. 
Gabb, 1883; *Henrv Gray, John Wilcox, Franklin B. Miller, 
1884; Reg. of Voters, William J. Gabb, Henry G. Isham. 

Bolton. Clerk and Reg., Sherman P. Sumner. Treas., 
Samuel W. Williams. Selectmen, Jabez L. White, Arnold H. 
Long, Joseph C. Alvord. Const., William Bartliff, and Coll., 
Marvin W. Howard, Charles P. Coleman, Selden W. Skinner, 
Wilber F. Strong, Albert W. Cowles, Benjamin Lyman, William 
N. Loomis. G. Jurors, John W. Sumner, Alphonso R. Barrows, 
George Curtis, Lorin S. Maine, Charles E. Carpenter. Asses- 



TOWN OFFICERS. 75 

sors, William C. White, Ward B. Gleaeon. Board of R., War- 
ren Risley, Elijah B. Bishop. Board of Ed.. Charles E. Ham- 
mond, Ferdinand E. Williams, William C. White, Edwin D. Al- 
vord. Reg. of Voters, John W. Sumner, Oliver C. Johnson. 

Bozrah. Clerk, Samuel G. Johnson, Reg., Augustus D. 
Herriek. Treas., X. C. Cook. Selectmen, A. J. Hough, Chas. 
A. Johnson, Henry J. Way. Const., Simeon Abel, 1st, Selden 
Wightman, Orimel A. Johnson, A. B. Pendleton, John X. Fargo. 
Coll., Elijah A. Tracy. G. Jurors, S. H. Allen, Frederick A. 
Parker, A. D. Winchester, Edward Johnson, Joshua C. Leffin- 
gell. Assessors, Edward Johnson, John H. Leftmgell, John J. 
Gager. Board of R., X. C. Cook, Jehiel L. Johnson, John H. 
Miner. Board of Ed., *0. D. Herriek, Charles A. Gager. Reg. 
of Voters, Simeon Abel, 1st, Albert Waterman. 

Brakford. Clerk and Treas., Henry H. Stedman. Reg., 
Walter EL Zink. Selectmen, John S. Blackstone, George H. 
Pace, William Page. Const., Henrv I). Linslev, Seria Palmer, 
J. J. Matthews, William Eoote. Coll., Henry W. Averill. G. 
Jurors, Almon Beers, William H. Farrell, M. H. Bishop, James 
IfcDermott. Assessors, Richard Dibble, Henrv H. Fowler. 
Board of R., Samuel 0. Plant, Roger Hall, George W. Beach. 
Board of Ed., M. K. Northarn, James W. Fay, James MeXa- 
mara, Roger Hall, 1882; T. F. Hammer, Rodolphus Barthol- 
omew, Thomas McDermott, William Regan, 1888; Daniel 
O'Brien, J. H. Hutchinson, W. H. Zink, Lester J. Nichols, 1884. 
Reg. of Voters, 1st Dist., Joseph C. Sharkey, James Hallev; 2d 
. Roger Hall, Henry S. Hall. 

BRIDGEPORT. Clerk and Reg., Charles E. Wilmot. Treas., 

B. Prindle. Selectmen, Thomas Stirling, Eli Thompson. 

Const., Daniel W. Jones, Frank B. Taylor, James P. Lockwood, 

Wallace M. Ballon, George F. Wild man, Seymour Whiting. 

Coll., Benjamin K. Mills. ' G. Jurors, Joseph A. Joyce, David 

iter, William J. Gould, A— sa rs, \mo* Puller, Stephen M. 

ger, Sr. Aaron Wallace. i;., William H. Greene, 

Peter J. Black, Walter' ., David Ginand, 

George X. French, Julius S. Hanover, Nathaniel Wheeler, 

1882; Frederick W. Zingsem, Georj t :>le.«, 

Peter W. Wren, 1888; William B. Hincks, Augustus H. Aber- 

nethy, Edward W. Marsh, Thomas J. Synnott, 1884. ft 

Voter-, John Keppy, William Costello. 



76 TOWN OFFICERS. 

Bridgewater. Clerk, Austin H. Gillette. Reg., Smith R. 
Weeks. Treas., Arza C. Morris. Selectmen, Fred. A. Peck, 
Amos Northrop, Horace N. Sanford. Const., James H. Keeler, 
Jr., Daniel H. Canfield, Edwin R. Allen, Almon D. Smith, Gid- 
eon W. Northrop. Coll., Reuben J. Keeler. G. Jurors, George 

C. Bennett, Ransom B. Wheeler. Assessors, James G. Welton, 
James H. Keeler, Jr. Board of R., Peter Wooster, Josiah L. 
Minor. Board of Ed., Burr Mallett, Peter Wooster, 1882; *Eli 
Sturtevant, Horace N. Sanford, 1883; Austin H. Gillette, Hor- 
ace D. Gillette, 1884. Reg. of Voters, Daniel H. Canfield, Chris- 
topher C. Shannon. 

Bristol. Clerk, Reg. and Treas., Benjamin F. Hawley. 
Selectmen, Charles L. Frisbie, Samuel D. Bull, Edward Ingra- 
ham. Const., George R. Tuttle, and Coll., Michael B. Rohan, 
Elijah Manross, Samuel M. Thomas. G. Jurors, Horatio C. 
Clayton, Ambrose Tyler, Lawrence Fitzsimmons, Ralph G. Rig- 
by, Sherman E. Woodford. Assessors, Hiram H. Hurlburt, Lu- 
ther B. Norton, Elbert E. Thorpe. Board of R., Charles C. P. 
Goodrich, Daniel S. Lardner, Nathan L. Birge. Board of Ed., 
Benjamin F. Hawley, George R. Barbour, 1882; Michael B. 
Roddan, Anson Bingham, 1883; *Delavan DeWolf, Gad Norton, 
1884. Reg. of Voters, 1st district, Edward B. Dunbar, Hobart 
A. Warner; 2d district, Charles W. Brown, Albert P. Stark. 

Brookfield. Clerk and Treas., Henry S. Beers. Reg., 
Amos L. Williams. Selectmen, Harvey Roe, Ezra N. Somers, 
Horace Beers. Const., John H. Barlow, James Lee, William 
A. Perkins, Seth Stevens, Thomas P. Bristol, Barzillai T. Jack- 
son. Coll., Barzillai T. Jackson. G. Jurors, Almon Odell, 
Henry C. Gray, John H. Merwin, Samuel Thornhill, James W. 
Morehouse, Philo C. Merwin. Assessors, Samuel Thornhill, 
Benjamin Griffen, Frederick A. Bennett. Board of R., Henry 

D. Lake, Charles Stewart, Almon H. Taylor. Board of Ed., 
A. C. Pierce, E. L. Whitcome, Charles Stuart. Reg. of Voters, 
Thomas P. Bristoll, Sidney E. Hawley. 

Brooklyn. Clerk, Reg. and Treas., Alva Wylie. Select- 
men, William H. Putnam, Wm. H. Cutler, Darius' Day. Const., 
Theodore D. Pond, and Coll., George C. Keach. G. jurors, W. 
R. Thurber, W. R. Johnson, S. H. Tripp, H. F. Cox, Arba A. 
Allen, P. B. Sibley. Assessors, Frank E. Baker, Elisha Evans. 
Board of R., William Searls, Willard Day, Jonah Young. 
Board of Ed., Joseph B. Stetson, Frank Day, 1882; E. S. 



TOWN OFFICERS. 77 

Heard, II. II. Green, 1888; Willard Day. A. II. Turner, 1884. 
Reg. of Voters, William R. Thurber, Henry H. Green. 

BuRUXOTON. Clerk and Treas., Samuel 6. Bradley. Reg., 
William Elton. Selectmen, Samuel Russell, Gilbert H. Hol- 
comb, George J. Hinman. Const., Julius B. Smith, Frank 
Butler, William Eaton, Adna X. Barnes, Vincent Veiling, Jr., 
Lumens F. Turner. Coll., Linneus F. Turner. G. Jurors, 
Burdett A. Peck, Ebenezer Henry, John Aldrich, Edward P. 
Spencer, Edwin Gillett, Seth Keney. Assessors, Sylvester 
Curtis, Norris W. Bunnell. Board of R., Edward M. Gillard, 
Willis S. Baldwin, John A. Reeve. Board of Ed., Seth A. 
Kenev, Romeo Elton, Lucius B. Pond, Duane N. Griffin, B. 
O'B. Sheridan. Reg. of Voters, 1st Dist., George \V. Wright; 
2d Dist., Anthony Moore. 

Canaan. (P. 0. Falls Village.) Clerk, Reg. and Treas., 
Henry C. Gay lord. Selectmen, Daniel Brewster, Lucius Wil- 
cox, Daniel 6. Dean. Const., 0. M. Brinton, and Coll., Lee 
I). Brewster, Frederick G. Dean, James H. Hakes, Charles E. 
Hanchett, W. L. Millard, M. S. Spauldins:. G. Jurors, Lewis 
. . William H. Cook, C. E. Wolcott, Henry Sturges, W 7 ells 
Yale. H. P. Morse. Assessors, Myron H. Dean, Sidney Ensign. 
Board of R., John M. Dean. Allen Chapman, 0. M. Brinton. 
Board of Ed.. Dwight E. Dean, Daniel M. Moore, 1882; Elisha 
B. Gillett, Myron H. Dean, 1888; J. D. Clemens, C. B. Maltbie, 
1884. Reg. of Voters, A. P. Chapman, C. B. Maltbie. 

Canterbury. Clerk and Reg., W'illiam S. Adams, Treas., 
Marvin H. Sanger. Const., Charles E. Waldo, and Coll., Mellen 
W. Smith, G. Jumr-, James I). Ransom, Alfred N. Bennett, 
Henry M. Bnshnel), James B. Palmer, Thomas C. Fr 

S8., Comfort S. Burlingame, Walter Smith. Board of' P., 
Jirah Hyde, Win. II. Larkham, George F. Richmond, Nathan 
Allen, George L. Cary. Board of Ed., Oscar Peck, Charles B. 
Hicks, Nathan Allen, 1882; George Sanger, Henry Kendall, 
John H. Peck, 1888; C. S. Burlingame, Wm. S. Adams, Luman 
D. Bennett, 1>84. Reg. of Voters, Marvin II. Sanger, John D. 
Pellett. 

Canton. Clerk, Anson W. Bristol (P. 0. Canton Center). 

Reg., David B. Hale. Treas., Jasper H. Bidwell. Selectmen, 

Julius k A. 

Bidwell, Henry C. Ruiek, Henry I !;oun, 



78 TOWN OFFICERS. 

Wills A. Lawton. Coll., Perley A. Wheeler. G. Jurors, John 
D. Andrews, Amos G. Hart, Wm. G. Hallock, George F. Lewis, 
Clinton M. Woodford, Watson Case. Assess., Samuel N. Cod- 
ding, Frederick A Bid well, George W. Lamphier. Board of R., 
Chas. H. Blair, Oliver C. Adams, Henrv Case. Board of Ed., 
James Case, David C. Holbrook, 1882; Wm. W. Bidwell, Bur- 
ton 0. Higlev, 1883; D. B. Hubbard, Jasper H. Bidwell, 
1884. Reg. of Voters, 1st Dist., John E. Wheelock, Rollin 0. 
Humphrey; 2d Dist., Sherman E. .Brown, Edwin P. Lamphier. 

Ciiaplix. Clerk and Treas., J. W. Lincoln. Reg., Orrin 
Witter. Selectmen, Ephraim W. Day, Mason A. Bates, James 
R. Utley. Const., Eliphalet Reed, E. W. Bingham, and Coll. 
G. Jurors, Joseph A. Edmond, G. A. Ross, 0. Bennett, M. A. 
Bates, E. G. Core}', F. C. Lummis. Assess., James R. Utley, 
Wm. Martin. Board of R., Joseph Foster, C. E. Griggs, G. C. 
Kingsbury. Board of Ed., ^Francis Williams, W. N. Webster, 
1882; C. Edwin Griggs, Wm. Martin, 1883; Joseph Foster, M. 
A. Bates, 1884. Reg. of Voters, F. C. Lummis. 

Chatham. Clerk, Reg., and Treas., Wm. H. Bevin. Select- 
men, Leonard Willey, Evelyn Roberts, Lyman 0. Wells. 
Const., Lyman B. Higgins, and Coll., A. H. Worthington, James 
Dickson, John H. Selden, F. E. Taylor, F. H. Dunham. 
G. Jurors, L. S. Carpenter, John P. Purple, J. D. Barton, 
George H. White, R. D. Tibbals, Edwin A. Brainard. Assess., 
Henry S. Gates, Davis S. Strong. Board of R., E. G. Cone, 
Charles L. Strong. B. B. Hall. Board of Ed., Daniel Denison, 
A. H. Conklin, A. P. Chapman, 1882; *J. S. Ives, H. D. 
Chapman, John C. Shepard, 1883; Henry B. Brown, Albert 
0. West, L. F. Wood, 1884. Reg. of Voters, L. H. Mark- 
ham, George A. Strong, A. H. Worthington, Davis S. Strong. 

Cheshire. Clerk, Milton C. Doolittle. Reg., Myron N. 
Chamberlin. Treas., Edwin R. Brown. Selectmen, Benjamin 
A. Jarvis, Alonzo E. Smith, Julius Moss. Const., Henry Bea- 
dle, James M. Lanyon. Coll., Alfred Bristol. G. Jurors, Chas. 
H. Hall, Edgar H. Beadle, Benjamin H. Peck, Sherman Welton, 
Alexander Welton. Assess., Norman S. Piatt, Charles S. Gil- 
lette, Hugh Brennan. Board of R., Alexander Doolittle, George 
Keeler, Wm. H. Marshall. Board of Ed., George R. Johnson, 
Frank N. Hall, 1882; Joseph P. Beach, John H. French, 1883; 
Sanford J. Horton, Charles T. Hotchkiss, 1884. Reg. of Voters, 
Henry Beadle, Henry H. Holcomb. 



TOWN OFFICERS. /9 

Chester. Clerk and Beg., .T. Kirtland Denison. Treas., 
!:. Silliman. Selectmen, E. C. Hangerford, C. Geo. Ladd, 
Jos. H. Leet. Const, John Jaeger, and Coll., B. Clifford Tyler. 
G. Jurors, A. H. Gilbert, Fisk Shatter, J. L. Lor«l. As* 
H. H. Clark, C. J. Hate?, Wm. X. Chirk. Board of K., J. Linus 
Clark, Walter S. Clark, Leonard Raker. Board of Ed., Am- 
brose Pratt, Sylvester \.\ Turner, \Y. F. Willcox. Reg. of 
Voters, Frank G. Clark, E. B. Pratt. 

Clinton. Clerk, Reg., and Treas., Henry C. Hull. Select- 
men, Henry A. Elliot, Wm, C. Bnshnell, Henry L. Wellman. 
.. Win. C. Bnshnell, and Coll., Edwin II. Wright. G. 
Jurors, Alfred Davis, Asa L. Bushnell, Henry Stevens. Assess., 

John P. Johnson, Charles E. Merri Is, David A. Stannard. 
i A. Stanton, Wm. S. Grinnell, Warren A. 
Doolittle. Board of Ed., John B. Wright, James L. Davis, 
Elieha E. Wright, Wm. H. Kelsev, 1882; Frederick A. Sturges, 
Wilbur Brocks, Henry L. Wellman, Luke E. Wood, 1883, 
Alonz > 11. Stevens, James A. Spencer, George E. Elliot, Jede- 
diah H. Hurl, 1884. Peg of Voters, John A. Stanton, George 
I'. Elliot. 

Colchester. Clerk and Reg., George D. Bingham. 1 : 
Wm. B. Otis. Selectmen. H. P. Buel, R. R. Carrington, R. T. 

Carrier. Const., James Doyle, Charles Taylor, John N. Strong, 
Benjamin Adams, George Kramer. Jr., L. P. Skinner. Coll., 
. Palmer, George H. Rogers. G. Jurors, John Kramer, 
GeoFge Chapman, Ralph T. Carrier, Joseph A. Gardner, C. II. 
Skinner, Joseph Crocker. Assess., Jonathan S. Clark, Asa 
Brainard, Asa R. Bigelow. Board of R., Hoxie Brown, Benja- 
min Adams, George Peck. Board of Ed., Demas Carrier, Ai- 
des Baker, 1882; S. G. Willard, Bernard Bray, 1883; R. R. 
Carrington, Dighton Moses, 1884. Reg. of Voters, Ira A. Dins- 
more, Wm. H. Hay ward. 

Colebbook. Clerk and Treas., John S. Wheeler. Reg., 
Rollin D. Baldwin. Selectmen, Rollin I). Baldwin, William H. 
Vining, Solomon Sackett. Const., George J. Whipple, Lewis 
E. Dewey. Robert Hoffman. Coll., Horace North. G. Jurors, 
Patrick Burke, Edwin S. Preston, George F. Howe. Asf 
Wesley C. Boot, Hiram S. Hamilton, Board of R., Woleott Dom- 
ing, Andrew J. Terrell, Edwin L. Simons. Board of Ed., John 
A. Doming, Win. G. Kinney, *John A. Moore. 18b2; Jam- 
Cailrey, Leonard I). Benham, Samuel A. Cooper, 1883; Andrew 



80 TOWN OFFICERS. 

J. Terrell, Rollin D. Baldwin. Lucien 0. Bass, 1884. Reg. of 
Voters, 1st Dist,, Wesley C. Root, Edward Oles; 2d Dist., John 
A. Deming, Thomas B. Spencer. 

Columbia. Clerk and Reg., Norman P. Little. Selectmen, 
Willard B. Clark, John A. Hutchins, Earl M. Holbrook. 
Const , W. W. Battev, Denison Avery, Horace E. Brown, 
Charles R. Buell, William A. Lyman. Coll., Samuel F. West. 
G. Jurors, E. P. Spafford, S. B. West, Simon Hunt, J. H. 
Townsend, Joel Tucker, E. L. Hall. Assessors, S. S. Isham, 
A. A. Hunt, N. H. Clark. Board of R., E. M. Clark, Justin 
Holbrook, J. E. H. Gates. Board of Ed., F. D. Avery, N. H. 
Clark, William H. Yeomans, C. E. Little, J. P. Little, *N. K. 
Holbrook. Reg. of Voters, Arthur H. Little, Asahel 0. 
Wright. 

Cornwall. Clerk, Silas C. Beers. Reg., Edward Sanford. 
Treas., Victory C. Beers. Selectmen, Samuel S. Reed, Michael 
Troy, Ralph I. Scoville. Const., James A. Ford, Almon L. 
Miner, Walter VV. Wells. G. Jurors, Myron I. Millnrd, George 
Hughes, Archibald Bennett. Assessors, Ingersoll Reed, Chas. 
H. Harrison. Board of R,, James Blake, William W. Baldwin, 
Philo M. Kellogg. Board of Ed., Leonard J. Nickerson, Chas. 
H. Preston, 1882; Wilbur F. Harrison, John F. Andrew, 1883 j 
Arthur D. Warner, Samuel J. White, 1884. Reg. of Voters, 
John W. Beers, Frederick Kellogg. 

Coventry. Clerk and Treas., Dwight Webler. Reg., Mau- 
rice B. Bennett. Selectmen, Francis Porter, Alexander S. 
Hawkins, H. E. H. Gilbert. Const,, William A. Lathrop, Wil- 
liam Craughwell, Orrin Turner, Alexander H. Pomroy, S. P. 
Swift, George B. Carpenter. Coll., S. L. French. G. Jurors, 
George W. Franklin, Orrin Turner, Charles Reynolds, Austin 
Boynton, Alfred J. Turner, John B. Brown. Assessors, Wil- 
liam 0. Gardiner, D. B. Russell. Board of R., W T illiam 
Trowbridge, George H. Clark, William P. Rose. Board of Ed., 
Frederick S. Sweet, Andrew B. Kingsbury, 1882; Maurice B. 
Bennett, John Brown, 1883; Alexander Si Hawkins, Andrew 
Kingsbury, 1884. Reg. of Voters, Silas W. Loomis, Andrew B. 
Kingsbury. 

Cromwell. Clerk, Reg. and Treas., R. B. Savage. Se- 
lectmen, George W. Stevens, William M. Noble, Bulkley Ed- 
wards. Const., R. B. Savage, and Coll., Timothy Ranney, A. J. 



TOWN OFFICEBS. 81 

Briggs, H. \V. Buckley, F. Winkle, Hiram Ralph, Lee Sizer. 
G. Jurors William E. Hulburt, William R. McDonald, Seth Tad- 
dock, George H. Butler, I. H. Warner, A. X. Piersoi . A 

Albert Dowd, Seth J. Pa irdol R., H. W. Stock- 

log, Frederick Wilcox, David Edwards. Board of Ed., William 

v A. Ely, Albert Dowd, William K. Hurlbur, 

•Henry S. Si ward Como. Reg. of Voters, George P. 

_e, John Nolan. 

Danburt. Clerk and Reg., David B. Booth. Treas. Levi 
P. Treadwell. Selectmen, David Pearce, Nathaniel B. Selleck, 
George W. Hamilton. Const., William E. Bailey, Michael J. 
Keating, William K. Cowan, .Tame- B. Bryan, Henry A. Hoyt. 
G. durors. Christian Quien, Chester G. Ambler, Edwin B. Har- 
ris, Theodore Lyon, Abner B. Hol'ey. Assessors, Ezr 
Mallory, Samuel A. Barnum, Charles F. Starr. Board ofR., 
Theodore Lyon, Jarvis P. Hull, Nathan B. Dibble. Board of 
Ed., James W. Hubbell, William F. Taylor, 1882; Abner B. 
Hollev, Martin P. Lawlor. lbS3; Andrew C. Hubbard, Bvron 
J. H. Voters, Harris L. Crofut, William f. St. 

John. 

DARIEN. Clerk and Treas., John S. Waterbury. Reg., 
Samuel Sands. Selectmen, Ira Scofield, Thaddeua Hell, Chas. 

A. Bates, .lr. Const., George Fowler, C. G. Waterbury, S. 0. 

.-.William H. Wi Coll., George W. Clock. G. 

Jurors. C. A Bobbie, W. T. Barker, James A. Shaw, Samuel 

B. Belden. \. Dauchy, Char le - - Sel- 
leck. Board of R., Samuel Sands, Lewis S. Reed, An. 
Richard-. Board of Ed., L< a ':;, Charles S. Whit 
Albeit Scotield, James Curzon, James B. Seleck. Reg. of 

-. X. Dauchy. Win. H. Wilmot, Jr. 

Derby. Clerk, Daniel E. McMahon. (1' Keg., 

Hi van. (P. 0. Birmingham ) Treas, Theo. 
tmen, E. W. Webster, P. McMai 
<>. G )t, John R. Keller, John H. Lines 

. F. Dwight Woodruff, J seph Colwell, Ferris 
Fred. J. Baldwin. Coll., X. C. treat. G. Furors, Hugh Mc- 
-. Ira B. Xewcomb, Andrew Martinez, 
Charles French, Patrick Gilligan. Assessors, Henry Whipple, 
Eli H. Wakelee, Charles L. Hill. Board of R., George 11. Peck, 
John Cowell, Robert Hoadley. Board ol 1M, John Lindley, H. 
T. Brady, Clark W. Sogers, George H. Peck, J. M. Whitiock, 
6 



82 TOWN OFFICERS. 

0. W. Witherspoon, P. M. Kennedy, Josiah H. Whiting. Reg. 
of Voters, 1st Dist., John C. Reilly, F. D. Jackson; 2d Dist, 
John L. Lindley, Morris Drew. 

Durham. (P. 0., Durham Centre.) Clerk, N. H. Par- 
sons. Reg., B. B. Beecher. Treas., William A. Parmelee. 
Selectmen, S. F. Leete, Bishop Atwell, Ashahel Nettle- 
ton. Const., John Atwell, E. D. Burke. Coll., John Tal- 
madge. G. Jurors, H. S. Merwin, Judson E. Francis. 
Assessors William C. Ives, James E. Bailey. Board of 
R., Miles T. Merwin, Ransom Prout, John Asman, Timothy 
E. Hull, William T. D. Coe. Board of Ed., Judson E. Francis, 
Stephen A. Seward, 1882; A. P. Roberts, James E. Bailey, 
1883; *N. H. Parsons, Samuel W. Soper, 1884. Reg. of Voters, 
Curtis E. Atwell, James K. Elliott. 

Eastford. Clerk and Treas., J. D. Barrows. Reg., E. K. 
Robbins. Selectmen, James M. Keith, S. C. Simmons, Atfred 
D. Cady. Const., Henry A. Braman, Frederick Upham, Mon- 
roe F. 'Latham. Coll., C. E. Barrows. G. Jurors, C. M. 
Brooks, James H. Wilbur, H. H. Burnham. Assessors, Henry 
Trowbridge, H. P. Bullard. Board of R., D. P. Carpenter, S. 
C. Simmons. Board of Ed., S. A. Wheaton, C. E. Barrows, 
1882; S. 0. Bowen, H. P. Bullard, 1883; C. M. Jones, E. W. 
Warren, 1884. Reg. of Voters, E. K. Robbins, E. P. Arnold. 

East Granby. Clerk and Reg., Elmore Clark. Treas., 
Isaac P. Owen. Selectmen, Samuel A. Clark, Cicero H. Mer- 
win, Daniel C. Hayes. Const., Francis Granger, J. Duane Viets, 
Henry P. Goddard, Edward C. Tallmadge, Timothy W. 
Griswold. Coll., Morton A. Holcomb. G. Jurors, Ebenezer 
Talbot, Henry P. Holcomb, William A. Viets, Homer Griffin, 
Jeremy H. Holcomb. Assessors, Jeremy H. Holcomb, Thomas 
H. Holmes. Board of R., Ebenezer Talbot, Levi C. Viets. 
Board of Ed., *Henry L. Clark, Wilber H. Gay, 1882; Richard 
H.Phelps, B. Ellsworth Smith, 1883; Timothy W. Griswold, 
Frederic F. Stevens, 1884. Reg. of Voters, Timothy W. Gris- 
wold, Morton A. Holcomb. 

East Haddam. Clerk and Reg., Julius Attwood. Treas., 
Thomas Gross Jr. Selectmen, John G. Barber, W T illiam H. 
Martin, Wilbur F. Wright. Const., Ralph B. Swan, Francis W. 
Brainard, Wm. E. Gates, John S. Griffin, Chas. S. Jewett. 
Coll., Arthur J. Silliman. G. Jurors, N. 0. Harris, John C. 



TOWN OFFICERS. 83 

i1 >d, K. Emory Johnson, Abiel Stock, Francis E. Gates, 
Erasl David S. Purple, Charles II. Rich, 

John S. Brainard. Board ofR., Ji - - W. 

Swan, WiHium E. Hungerford. B . Wm. C. Greene, 

Silas R. Holmes, 1882; Salmon McOall, Norria W. Ratbbnn, 
ward C. Brownell, 1884. R 
Hungerford, Cyrus W. Chapman. 

East Hartford. Clerk, Joseph 0. Goodwin. Reg., George 
8. Phelps. Trees., Ezra E. Smith. Selectmen, Ashbel Oilman, 
•nee V. Lester, John H. Elmer. Const.. Arthur I'. Moore, 
Charles J. Stewart, Edward F. Risley, Omri P. Brewer, Win. 
Foley, Wm. H. Olmsted. Coll., Ralph A. Olmsted. G. Jurors, 
aim Rood, George W. Pratt, Palph Risley, Norman L. An- 
derson, Frederick S. Putnam, Wm. Reed. Assess.. Charles M. 
Bid well, John Kennedy, Henry P. Brewer, Hosmer P. Stedman, 
Ira T. Roberts. Board of R.* George W. Darlin, Norman L. 
Anderson, Aaron G. Olmsted. Board of Ed., Elijah Ackley, 
John T. McMahon, 1882; * Joseph 0. Goodwin, Patrick Garvan, 
1883; *Francis R. Childs, Arthur W. Eaton, 18*4. Reg. of 
Voters, Thomas Dowd, Omri P. Brewer. 

EAST Hayek. iHes T. Hemingway. Reg., Wm. 

H. Shannon. Trees., Orlando B. Thompson. Selectmen, Leon- 
ard R. Andrews, Rue! S. Thompson, Henry Smith. Const., 
Daniel M. Church, Gilbert Van Sickle, Reuben H. Coe, Martin 
Reynolds, Edwin Russell, Henry J. H. Thompson, William H. 
Chidsey. Coll., John Jackson. G. Jurors, John Ives Bradley, 
Jonathan Dudley, John J. Tyler, Grove S. Tuttle, F. W. 
Watrous, Harvey Chi Is . Lyman A. 

Granniss. Board of R., Samuel Chidsev. Merwin Bailey. 
Board of Ed., Charles H. Fowler, S. W'.'V. Andrews, 1882; 
Grove J. Tuttle, Wm. H. Bradley, 1888; Dwight W. 1 
Jonathan Dudley. 1884. Reg. of Voters, 1st Disk, 
Thompson, Wm. H. Chidsey; 2d Dist., Oliver Bailey, Cornelius 
Thompson. 

EAST Lv.mk. Clerk, Gilbert P. Coates. Reg., Elisha If. 
Comstock. Treas., John W. Luce. Selectmen, Peter A. Corn- 
stock, Edwin Howard, John Lee. Const., Dwight B. Pierce, 
and Coll., Robert B. Gorton, Turner C. Hayi.es Nelson B 
G. Jurors, Francis W. Bolles, John T. fceckwith, Arthur L. 
Crocker. -on Rogers, Eugene Beckwith, James 

Miner. Board of R., James R. White, Nathan P. Newton, 



84 TOWN OFFICERS. 

George W. Congdon. Board of Ed., Enoch L. Beckwith, Geo. 
Huntley, 1882; Daniel Calkins, Elisha Munger, 1883; Josiah 
Benton, Calvin E. Davis, 1884. Reg. of Voters, 1st Disk, Irvin 
Watrous; 2d Dist, Lyman Bacon. 

Easton. Clerk, Ebenezer S. Gillette. Reg , Martin Dudley. 
Treas., Joseph W. Johnson. Selectmen, George S. Piatt, 
Stephen D. Wheeler, Joseph E. Fields. Const., James J. Ward, 
Charles S, Powell, Charles S. Clark, Wm. A. Sherman, Daniel 
Edwards, Edward Seeley, Wm. J. Candee. Coll., Wm. W. 
Jennings. G. Jurors, Benjamin T. Beers, Edward K. Freeborn, 
Charles C. Sherman, Almon H. French, Daniel P. Parrack, 
Lewis Edwards. Assess., Wm. W. Jennings, Moses H. Thorp. 
Board of R., George S. Banks, Charles S. Everett, George J. 
Banks. Board of Ed., Charles H, Rowell, James A. Wheeler, 
1882; Charles F. Silliman, Wm. H. Greenman, 1883; George S. 
Gillette, Chauncey McCarty, 1884. Reg. of Voters, George 
Freeborn, George J. Banks. 

East Windsor. Clerk, Reg , and Treas., Mahlon H. Ban- 
croft (P. 0. Warehouse Point). Selectmen, S. D. Rockwell, 
George H. Sloan, John N. Clark. Const., Herbert C. Parsons, and 
Coll., Frederick B. Baker. G. Jurors, John C. Bartlett, Henry 
W. Bissell, VVinthrop L. Allen, Joseph A. Pascoe, William M. 
Dunham, John Mason. Assess., Joseph A. Pascoe, Lewis T. 
Skinner. Board of R., Joseph T. Hull, James B. Colton, Josiah 
0. Ellsworth. Board of Ed., Jabez S. Allen, John F. Fitts, 
Mahlon H. Bancroft, 1882; Edward Goodridge, John B. Noble, 
George S. Phelps, 1883; Orson S. Wood, S. Terry Wells, Ho- 
mer S. Allen, 1884. Reg. of Voters, Jabez S. Allen, Francis A. 
Hamilton. 

Ellington. Clerk, Reg., and Treas., Oliver M. Hyde. Se- 
lectmen, John Beasley, Daniel N. Kimball, Henry C. Aborn. 
Const., Henry K. Warner, and Coll., Thomas Manock, William 
Crane, Alfred U. Chaster, Carlos Thrall, George Smith, Clark 
D. Mackey. G. Juror?, James H. Steele, Orrin D. Newell, 
Harlin Nash, Sylvester Morris, Stephen I. Johnson, Ephraim H. 
Dimock. Assess., Henry M. Mile?, Orrin D. Newell, Ira H. 
Lewis. Board of R., George W. Kimball, Darius Crane, 
Charles B. Sikes. Board of Ed., Dwight F. Lull, *Sylvester 
Morris, Joel A. Warren, 1882; Robert Patton, Henrv C. Aborn, 
Edwin Talcott, 1883; *Charles T. Morton, Mvron H. Dimock, 
Carlos R. Sadd, 1884. Keg. of Voters, Michael H. Mandell, 
Julius A. Kibbe. 



town OFFICERS. 85 

Ehfteld. Clerk, Reg., and Treas., Frederick E. Ely. Select- 
men, Benjamin F. Lord, Augustus Landschultz, Wm. Mulligan, 
it, Timothy W. Pease, George B. Bradford, Dwight A. 

Abbe, Alexander Rubier, Charles II. Barton, I Arm- 

strong, John C. Weising and Coll. 6. Jurors, George Br 
Chart* Randall, William Hilditcb, Joseph 

Buck, James R. SI «nc. Assess., Loren H. Pease, Calvin O. 
ird of R., John N. Spencer, Daniel H. 
rles C. Bill, Wills Spencer, Robert B. Morrison. 
Board of Ed., E. F. Parsons, Geonxe W. Winch, Edward 
Prickett, Frederick A. King, Joseph N. Allen, David P. San- 
Reg, of Voters, Loren H. Pease, James B. Benson. 

mix. Clerk, James L. Phelps. Rep:., Edward W. Pratt. 
-.. Edward W. Redfield. Selectmen, Wm. C. Hough, Al- 
fred M. Wright, Jared C. Pratt. Const., Benjamin A. Gladding, 
and Coll., Edward W. Pratt. Wm. X. Bobbins, John M. Culver. 
G. Jurors, Henry L. Pratt, Eben P. Lincoln, Richard H. Mather, 
Edwin Pratt. A-sc-- , Cbauncey Spencer, Francis H. Tifl 
i : f;.. Edwin Pratt, Ansel Bushnell, Julius Ami. 

.. R. H. Mather, Giles Potter, C. H. Hubbard. Reg. 
of Voters, Henry L. Pratt. 

Fairfield. Clerk, Daniel Moloney. Reg. and Treas., 
mund Hobart. Selectmen, Andrew P. Wakeman, Samuel Pike, 
John B. Morehouse. Const., Daniel Moloney, and Coll., Thomas 
Jennings, David B. Bulkley, James M. Wilson, Daniel Ahern, 
J. Eli Wakeman, Jr G. Jurors, Patrick Riley, George Bonney, 
- B. Banks, John M. Broth well, James 1). Jennings, Henry 
G. Wilsoi Samuel Pike, William Bradley, Arthur 

Bennett. Board of R., Moses B. Banks, .fohn M. Brothwell, 
Michael B Lacey. Board of Ed.. J. F. Jennings, James K. 
Lombard, 1883; J. Jay ho Warren. 1888; D. J. Cre- 

min, M. V. B. Dunham, 1884. Reg. of Voters, Samuel Pike, 
i< B. Wakley. 

FabmihotoN. Clerk and Reg., Thomas L. Porter. Tn 
Erastus Gay. Selectmen, Winthrop M. Wads worth, Phine 
Goodwin, Martin L. 1' -t., Chauncey D. Ewing, and 

Coll., Samuel I). Hills, John H. Thompson, Adrian R. 
worth, Henry A. so Judd, Solon Balger, 

Thomas Cowles, Robert B. Treadwell, Alphen 1 imo- 

thy H. Root, Myron W. Thompson, Winslow A. Goodhue. 



86 TOWN OFFICERS. 

Assess., Thomas Scott, Sherman Sanford, John P. Lewis. 
Board of R., Elijah L. Lewis, Charles H. Graham, Robert B. 
Treadwell. Board of Ed., *Thomas E. Davies, Samuel Frisbie, 
*Thomas Cowles, Jr., 1S82; Julius Gay, James A. Smith, Geo. 
W. Allen, 1883; Edward Norton, *Thomas K. Fessenden, Chas. 
L. Whitman, 1884. Reg. of Voters, Thomas Cowles, Robert B. 
Treadwell, Carlos L. Mason, George W. Frisbie. 

Frank ltn. Clerk and Treas., Samuel G. Hartshorn. Reg., 
Andrew B. Smith. Selectmen, Henry \V. Kingsley, Joseph I. 
Hyde, Henry Bellows. Const., Albert W. Hillard, and Coll., 
Charles A. Kingsley, Otis B. Hyde, James D. Simpson, Samuel 
N. Hyde. G. Jurors, John M. N. Lathrop, William C. Smith, 
Oliver L. Johnson, George E. Starkweather, Lavius A. Robin- 
son. Assess., E. Eugene Ayer, John M. N. Lathrop, Ansel 
Pendleton. Board of R., Joseph I. Hyde, John Q. Cross, Gil- 
bert Lamb. Board of Ed., George Levvis Ladd, Henry Bellows, 
1882; Albert W. Hillard, George H. Griffing, 1883; Henry W. 
Kingsley, John Herrick, 1884. Reg. of Voters, Oliver L. John- 
son, George H. Griffing. 

Glastonbury. Clerk and Reg., Samuel C. Hardin. Treas., 
Albert A. Bogue. Selectmen, John B. Moseley, Eugene S. 
Strickland, George S. Andrews. Const., Frederick W. Dean, 
Daniel Gilligan, George A. Treat, Hartwell M. Brainard. Coll., 
Daniel L. Talcott. G. Jurors, Arthur M. Brainard, Charles W. 
Jones, Nelson A. Hardin, Koswell E. Merrick, T. Dwight Goslee, 
George S. House. Assess., Roswell E. Merrick, Lincoln E. 
Crosby, George R. Hale, Charles J. Loonier. Board of R., Isaac 
Broadhead, Aaron W. Kinne, Elijah Miller. Board of Ed., 
John W. Hubbard, Edwin Crosby) 1882; William S. Wright, 
William H. Griswold, 1883; Austin Gardner, Alonzo A. Bab- 
cock, 1884. Reg. of Voters, John C. Rockwell, Russell S. 
Cowles. 

Gosiikn. Clerk and Reg., Joseph Howard North. Treas., 
Willard E. Gaylord. Selectmen, Fessenden Ives, Samuel P. 
Oviatt, Frederick E. Hurlbut. Const., Albert Sperry, Frank 
W. Seaton, Edmund J. Apley. Coll., Hubert S. Scovill. G. 
Jurors, S. W. Scovill, George G. Crandall, F. A. Lucas, Ira 
Babcock, Edward Norton, Henry Barton. Assess., Theron H. 
Page, Daniel N. Lucas, James Wadhams. Board of R., Wilbur 
II. Wadhams, George W. Huniphrev, Patrick McElhone. Board 
of Ed., John H. Wadhams, Henry Norton, 1882; M. D. F. 



town <>i FICER8 87 

Smith, John I). Barton, 1888; Frederick A. Lucas S. A. Bar- 
tholomew. 1884. Reg. of Voters, Willard F. Gaylord, Lvman 
Hall. 

Granby. Clerk, Chester P. Loomis. Reg., Buel B. Ailing. 
Treaa., Deniaon Case. Selectmen, John W. Buic, Charles Weed, 
Wilson Griffin. Const., Nelson W. Phelps, and Coll., Albert H. 
Gillett, S. Fred. Holcomb, George R. Case, Duane C. Wilcox, 
Henry G. Viets, James H. Smith G. Jurors, Watson Dewey, 
Ansel H. Rice. Geo. Spring, Willis L. Hayes, Munson Holcomb. 
Assess., Condit Haye<, Fred'k J. Jewett, Henry G. Viets. 
Board of K., Watson Dewey, Buel B. Ailing, Luzerne C. Hol- 
comb. Board of Ed., Lucian Reed. Buel B. Ailing, A. L. Hol- 
comb, 1882; Willis L. Hayes, F. J. Jewett, Lewis C. Spring, 
James B. Cleaveland, Lyman I. Holcomb, Geo. 0. Beach, 
1884. Reg. of Voters, Lucian "Reed, Geo. Spring. 

Greenwich Clerk and Reg, George G. McNall. Treaa., 
Nehemiah H. Husted. Selectmen, Wm. H. Craft, J. Albert 
Lockwood, Whitman S. Mead. Const,, John Dayton, Philip 
Finnegan, John Lotz, Charles Francis Adams, George Selleck, 
Edwin 0. Brondage. Coll., Hiram dune. G. Jurors, Wm. E. 
Ferris, Joseph G. Merritt, Philip Wiegand, George W. Brush, 

John A. Husted, Franklin X. Wilcox. A Jabez Mead, 

Underbill Lyon. Wm. S. Finch, Seaman Mead, Sylvester D. 
Husted. Board of R., Benjamin K. Tompkins, Henry B. Mar- 
shall, Allen How.-. ' Ed , James H. Brush, James L. 
Marshall, L882; Thomas H Delano. Wm. S. Craft, J883; Ama- 
sa A. Marks, Myron L. Mason, 1884. Reg. of Voters, John G. 
Reynolds, Zophar Mead. 

GRISWOLD. Clerk, Henry Spalding. Reg., William Soule, 
Treaa., James 0. Sweet. Selectmen, Israel Mathewson, An- 
drew Edmond, Stephen Tiffany. Const, Josiah Brown, Jos 
W. Dawlev, George B. Lathrop, Clarence B. Keg win, A. F. 
Burton, Hiram Miner. Coll., Jepthah G. BUI. G. Jurors, Wm. 
C. Bliven, Richard Et. Buck, L. M. Green, Dwight R Kegwin, 
William P. Young. Andrew H. Meech. Ass< ss., Albe 
Brewster, Wm. Fogarty. Board of EL, Jepthah G. Bill, Edward 
Cook, Patrick Le 1 of Ed., John D. Eccleston, E. C. 

Kegwin, Barton C. Kegwin, Samuel Barber, Jas. Finn, 
of Voters, Joseph K. Leonard, Benjamin F. Lewis, E. C. Keg- 
win, Ira F. Lewi-. 



88 TO.VN OFFICERS 

Groton. Clerk, James D. Avery, Reg., Walter R. Denison. 
Treas., John 0. Fish. Selectmen,^ Thomas W. Noves, L. D. 
Baker, J. S. Heath. Const., B. M. O'Brien, D. H. Johnson, T. 
J. Sawyer, Jr., Geo. W. Packer, Jr., Seth N. Williams, George 
C. Burch. Coll., Daniel Morgan. G. Jurors, James B. Saun- 
ders, Rosweil Brown, Reuben Heath, Philo Little, Levi Lamb. 
Assess., Simon Huntington, John T. Battv, James M. Turner. 
Board of R., Caleb P. Bailey, Gurdon Gates, Wm. E. Wheeler. 
Board of Ed., Wm. H. Potter, Samuel S. Lamb, Joseph Hall, 
Horace Clifc. Reg. of Voters, 1st Dist, F. H. Brewer, J. T. 
Beatty; 2d Dist., P. M. Alexander, S. H. Gove; 3d, S. B. 
Latham, J. A. Fitch. 

Guilford. Clerk, Edward R. Landon. Reg , Henry Ben- 
ton, 2d. Treas., Harris Pendleton, Jr. Selectmen, Elisha C. 
Bishop, David K. Parmelee, Theodore Fowler. Const., Richard 
W. Starr, William H. Lee, Harvey W. Leete, John A. Phelps. 
Asahel B. Morse, Baldwin C. Dudley, George E. Munson. 
Colls., George M. Seward, Dudley Chittenden. G. Jurors, 
Alvin B. Palmer, Henry E. Parmelee, John W. Norton, George 
W. Carter. Charles M. Potter, D. Dwight Chittenden, Assess., 
John Dudley, James D. Goldsmith, Cyrus 0. Bartlett. Board 
of R , John W. Norton, David B. Rossiter. Board of Ed., 
George \V. Banks, Charles Griswold, J. Sevmour Benton, 1882; 
Alvin B. Palmer, Erwin W. Rossiter, Richard M. Leete, 1883; 
Frederick P. Griswold, John R. Rossiter, W. S. Marks, 1884. 
Reg. of Voters, Calvin M. Leete, J. Seymour Benton. 

Haddam. Clerk and Reg., John H. Russell. Treas., Rus- 
sell Shailer. Selectmen, Ephraim P. Arnold, Frank A. House, 
Horace A. Bonfoey, Henry H. Brainerd, Warren S. Williams. 
Const., Sam'l Arnold, Edward L.Johnson, Leonard D. Skinner, 
Alvin B. Spencer, Frank H. Arnold. Coll., Nathan Keller, Sam- 
uel Arnold. G. Jurors, Stephen H. Burr, Wm. P. Arnold, Chas. 
S. Wilcox, David 0. Dickinson, Oliver C. Neff, Washington K. 
Smith. Assess., • Orrin Shailer, Noah Burr, Wm. C. Selden. 
Board of R., Samuel Arnold, Washington K. Smith, Chauncey 
S. Tyler. Board of Ed., *Alpheus W. Tyler, Orrin Shailer, 
Charles 0. Gillett, 1882; Isaac Arnold, Ephraim P. Arnold, 
Samuel B. Bailey, 1883; John H. Russell, Gilbert M. Clark, 
Arnold H. Havden, 1884. Reg. of Voters, 1st Dist., George W. 
Arnold, Arnold H. Havden; 2d Dist., Wilber F. Smith, Gilbert 
N. Hubbard; 3d Dist.J Ezra F. Brainerd, Chas. 0. Gillett. 



TOWN OFFICERS. 

Hamdbn. Clerk, Reg., and Treas., Ellsworth B. Cooper. 
Selectmen, Charles P. Augur, W. W. Woodruff, Edwin W. Pot- 
ter. Const., Merrit L. Potter, Charles L. Morse, Lewis J 
John v rner. 6. Jurors, George H. Alien, 

Geoiv H. Allen, Gilbert S. Ben- 

ham. Board of R., Jol Leverett A Dickerman, Ells- 

worth B. Cooper. Board of E I., Norris B. Mix. J >hn H. Dicker- 
man, Charles I. Dickerma 

McK< Dickerman, 1883; Ellsworth A. Bradlev, *Lev- 

erett A. Dickerman. .las. H. Webb, 1884. Reg. of Voters, 
Andrew McKeon, Charles L. >! 

Hampton. Clerk, Reg., and Treas., William H. Burnham. 
Selectmen. Israel E. Harvey, George H. Kim- 

ball. Const., George \Y. Fuller, George W. Bennett, Elisha S. 
Fuller. G. Jnrors, John R. Tweedy, Nathan J. Holt, Giles II. 
' rreenslit, Horace Jackson. Board 
Taintor, Daniel M. Deming, Austin E. Pearl. 
1. Greenslir, Charles Gardiner, Henry (i. 
Snow, 1882; David Green-lit, Edgar II. Newton, Elisha S. Ful- 
ler, U pta W. Congdon, Henry Clapp, Allen Jewett, 
: Voters, Patrick H. Pearl". Asa Kimball. 

Hartford. Clerk and Reg., John E. Higgins. Trea*., 
Charles C. Strong. Selectmen, Koswell \\ . Brown, Ed war 

ilph Foster, Valentine Cooper, George \V. Fowler. 
lard B. Hetherton, Benjamin F. Doty, Willis A. 
Pierce, William H. Vbsburgh, Thomas Longdon, Le-ter W. 
Cow! S. Geer. Coll., Frederick S.Brown. G. Ju- 

len Terry, Henry E. Burton. Henry E. Taintor, James 
EL Tallman, William E. Hennev, Leonard' Morse. Asses 
John Allen, Henry R. Tryon, Michael F. Dooley. B 

i G. Hinckley. John MeGoodwin, George 0. Preston, 

Board of Ed., *JohnH. Brockleshv, David Crary, John R. Buck. 

. Mahlon R. West, Gurdon W. Russell, Melanctbon Storrs, 

1883; George G. Sill, Joseph H. Twichell, Cfa .bull, 

Henry W. Hutchinson. 
Town Auditors, Patrick McGovern, Patrick Moran. 

Hartland. Clerk and Reg., Benjamin H. Selby. T 
Flavel CI i Irton B. French, Am « W. 
Dean, Phineas C. Ste son C. Banning, Wil- 
liam I - rton M. Dickinson, M 

Miller. II-: 5. Mat I ( 



90 TOWN OFFICERS. 

Hayes. G. .Jurors, Flbert J. Banning, Uriah NickersOD, Nelson 
Emmons, George H. Clark, Seth (Jiddings, A. W. Coe. As- 
sessors, Henry J. Gate-, Timothy K. Williams. Board of R. f 
Ebenezer EL Miller, Amos M. Osborn, Almon C. Banning. 
Board of Ed., Timothy K. Williams, George X. Thompson, Ho- 
mer S. Bell, *Merriek Knight, Alonzo B. Gaines. Orton B. 
French, George B. Cornish. Keg. of Voters, Oliver P. Cowdery, 
Herbert H. Griswoid. 

Harwinton. Clerk, George E. Cook. Reg., Norman A. 
Wilson. Treas., Martin L. Goodwin. Selectmen, Henry K. 
Hinman, Sherman B. Barber, Orange A. Hubbell. O 
Benjamin F. Page. Henry M. Kinney. Coll., Sherman Barber. 
G. Jurors, Henry E. Hinman, George E. Cook, Abijah Catlin. 
Assessors, Virgil R. Barker, David Vaill. Board of H.. Martin 
L. Goodwin, Stephen B. Cook, Norman A. Wilson. Board of 
Ed., Emerson M. I laves, * Martin Cook, Henry 1). Key 
Martin L. Goodwin, Albert G. Wilson. 1: \' irgil 

R. Barker, Henry D. Reynolds. 

HEBRON. Clerk and Treas., Stephen B. Fuller. Reg., 
David M. Bnell. Selectmen, .lames H. Jagger, John H. Bnel), 
William E. Latham. Const., dared B. Fillmore, and Coll., Al- 
fred . I. Holhrook, John II. Bnell, .John H. Wood, William H. 
Wilson, .Instin Kellogg. G. Jurors, Anson Little, Eugene W. 
Latham, Arthur G. Turner, Frank W. Brown, Charles 11. 
Brown, Sylvester Root. Assessors, Jared B. Fillrm 
I). Way, Julius Hills. Board of B., John S. Welles, John R. 
Gilbert. Henry Post. Board of Ed., Anson Little, Frank K. 
Ralph L. Gilbert, F. Clarence Bissell, Josiah A. Mack, 
rth, Cyrus H. Pendleton, George M. 1' 
: A. Waldo. Keg. of Voters, Josiah If. Knell, Jam< 
Way. 

Hi • ., Edward W. Downs. Keg., 

1 A. Shelton. Selectmen, Stephen T. Palmer, Henry I. 

. Smith Wh< - Byron Brownson, H. 

•v Brinsmade, Henry A. Warner, George H. Church, Ira 

('. Nortl ; ■ B. Nichols. G. Jurors. Da- 

vid r. Beecher, Charles h. Nettleton, William Buckingham, 

1- . L. Walker, Robert L. Tenney. Assessors, Williai 

Nichols, William T. Beard. Board of R., Almon 
B. K is .L Shelton, Lyman Lattin. Board of Ed., 

. A. Shelton, Horace Wheeler, 1882; * Ed ward S. Han 



TOWN OFFICERS. 91 

Lewis B. Gray, 1883; Daniel S. Brinsmade, Gordon M. 
Wakelee, 1884/ Keg. of Voters, 1st Dist., Daniel S. Brins- 
made, William J. Morse; 2d Dist., Edward J. Buckingham, 
Frederick R. Clark. 

Kent. Clerk, Jerome F. Gibbs. Reg., John W. King. Treas., 
Charles H. Gaylord. Selectmen, Luther Eaton, Clark Paige, 
John Straight. Const., Frederick A. Mallory. Coll., Chas. A. 
Eaton. G. Jurors, George L. Segar. Assessors, F. A. Mal- 
lory, S. S. Green, Charles L. Spooner. Board of R., Richard 
Lee, Frank Evetts, Gilbert A. Vincent. Board of Ed., Thom- 
as D. Barclay, Isaac C. Sturgis, John Chase, G. A. Vincent. 
Reg. of Voters, Gilbert A. Vincent, Albert Roberts. 

Killingly. (P. 0. Danielsonville.) Clerk, Reg., and 
Treas., Henry S. Young. Selectmen, Ezekiel R. Burlin- 
game, Charles P. Card, Franklin Wood. George R. Davis, 
Edwin A Hill. Const., Edward A. Carpenter, Laurens 
Card, Augustus A. Vaughn, Stephen S. Hawkins, Thomas 
W. Stevenson, John tennant. Coll., George W. Pike. 
G. Jurors, Charles H. Keach, Nathan A. Short, Irvin D. 
Hawkins, Francis F. Young, William W. White. Assessors, 
Caleb W. Knight, Alonzo B. Potter, William N. Lewis, Francis 
E. Baker, Edmund L. Warner. Board of R., Walter F. Day, 
Publius D. Foster, David B. Wheaton, Benjamin F. Chapman, 
Wheaton A. Bennett. Board of Ed., Anthonv Ames, Marshal 
P. Dowe, Ashahel E. Darling, 1882: *Charles P. Blackman, 
Edward S. Hountress, Chauncev H. Wright, 1883; James Ding- 
well, Herbert C. Columbus, Edwin A. Hill, 1884. Reg. of Vot- 
ers, 1st Dist., Emmons H. Brown, Edward Davis; 2d Dist., 
Daniel C. Frost, Wheaton A. Bennett; 3d Dist., William H. 
Oatley, Nelson M. Reynolds. 

Killingworth. Clerk and Reg., Henry Hull. Treas., Ran- 
dolph P. Stevens. Selectmen, Andrew W. Burr, J. Philander 
Lane, William Bristol. Const., Randolph S. Burr, Adelbert H. 
Stevens. Coll.. J. Philander Lane. G. Jurors, Sidney T. Da- 
vis, Avington D. Parmelee, Sherman E. Griswold. Assessors, 
Isaac Kelsey, Lauren L. Nettleton. Board of P., David R. Ste- 
veis, Orson L. Dudley. Board of Ed., Edward P. Armstrong, 
Washington E. Gr'swbld, Alfred A. Stevens. Reg. of Voters, 
David R. Stevens, Nathan II. Evarts. 

Lebanon. Clerk and Treas., Walter G. Kingsley- Reg., 
Jonathan Lyman. Selectmen, Joseph C Crandall, Charles J. 



92 TOWN OFFICERS. 

Abell, Darius H. Leonard, Jr., Charles B. j Noyes, Joseph 
C. Crandall. Const., Asa C. Peckham, Jacob McCall, Albert 
G. Kneeland, Nathan Bass. Coll., William W. Peckham. 
G. Jurors, Justin L. Babcock, Joshua B. Card, Silas P. 
Abell, Wm. W. Gillett. Assessors, Frank K. Noyes, Erastus 
S. Geer, Ansel Wilcox, Daniel T. Fuller. Board of R., Ho- 
bart McCall, William F. Gates, Henry W. Abell, Wm. H. 
Loomis. Board of Ed., George D. Spencer, Frederick A. 
Abell, 1882; David H. McCall, Edward S. Hinckley, 1883; 
Isaac Gillett, W. P. Barber, 1884. Beg. of Voters, Frank K. 
Noyes, Frank P. Fowler. 

Ledyard. Clerk, Jacob Gallup. Reg., John M. Gray. 
Treas., Jacob Gallup. Selectmen, Nathan S. Gallup, Stiles 
Crandall, Isaac G. Geer. Const., L. H. Griswold, John A. Tur- 
ner, Stephen H. Peckham, Daniel W. Lamb. Coll., George W. 
Spicer. G. Jurors, Wm. L. Main, Robert E. Turner, Dudley R. 
Thompson, Thomas Latham, James Norman, Jr. Assess., Wm. 
J. Brown, Lyman A. Richards, Calvin W. Hewitt, George W. 
Hurlbutt, Jonathan B. Beckwith. Board of R., Elisha S. 
Allyn, Isaac E. Avery, Nehemiah M. Gallup, Calvin H. Roach. 
Board of Ed., Isaac G. Geer, Russel Gallup, Albert Z. Brown, 
1882; Christopher M. Gallup, Timothy A. Avery, George Fan- 
ning, 1883; Wm. Brown, John S. Spicer, Wm. T. Cook, 1884. 
Reg. of Voters, Isaac E. Avery, Nehemiah M. Gallup. 

Lisbon. Clerk and Treas., Henry Lyon. Reg., Russel W. 
Fitch. Selectmen, Edward C. Hyde, Russel W. Fitch, James 
H Kennedy. Const., George G. 'Bromley. Coll., Benjamin G. 
Hull. G. Jurors, Elijah S. Barnes, Wm. A. Johnson. John F. 
Hewitt. Assess., Cornelius Murphy, Jabez L. Benjamin. 
Board of R., Edwin F. Appley, Charles J. Bromley, William A. 
Johnson. Board of Ed , Edward C. Strong, * Albert A. Hills, 
1882; Charles J. Bromley, John F. Hewitt, 1883; George A. 
Ross, *Henry Lyon, 1S84* Reg. of Voters, Augustus F. Reade, 
James B. Palmer. 

Litchfikld. Clerk and Reg., Willis J. Beach. Treas., 
George M. Woodruff. Selectmen, Jacob Morse, Wm. J. Hall, 
Thomas C. Goslee, Malachi Tracy, Jerome D. Wheeler. Const., 
James Campbell, James H. Morse, Homer S. Moore, Wm. 
Howard, Dexter E. Morse, John E. Sedgwick, Michael Keawin. 
Coll., Wm. Norton. G. Jurors, George E. Jones, Frank E. Earle, 
Wm. H. Palmer, Daniel G. Turney, G. B. Curtiss, John B. 



TOWN OFFICERS. 93 

Candee. Assess., Henry demons, Darius P. Griswold, Francis 

II. Hale, John L. Plumb, Norman B. Perkins. Hoard of R., 
Andrew J. Pierpont, Everett H. Wright. Holmes 0. M 
Henry G. Tyler, Jesse L. Judd. Board of Ed., S. 0. Seymour, 
1). C. Kilbourn, T. L. Jennings, F. S. Porter, E. H. Wright, 
George W. Mason. Keg. of Voters., John II. Morse, C. B. 
Bishop, Charles W. Talcott, A. M. Turner. 

LYME. Clerk, Frederick Fosdick. Reg., Benjamin A. 
Rathbun. Treas., Henry B. Sisson. Selectmen, Charles Stark, 
H. B. L. Reynolds, Frederick W. Comstock. Const., B. M. Jewett, 
Harding. Coll., Horace B. Poyce. G. Jurors, Wm. C. 
Bingham, Wm. B. Fosdick. Assess., Charles A. 
Tiffany, Augustus I). Marvin, Helon Gates. Board of R., Reu- 
ben Lord, Win. S. Hall, Calvin L. Ely. Board of Ed., Wm. C. 
Spencer. J. Griffin E\v, 1882; Benj. A. Hopkinson, J. B. Ster- 
ling, 1883; Henry B. Sisson, E. F. Burr, 1884. Peg. of Voters, 
John W. Bill, Hewlitt K. Anderson. 

IffADISON. Clerk and Reg., Henry B. Wilcox. Tre:s., C. 

Henry Whedon. Selectmen, John H. Meigs, Henry S. Hill, 

b H. Hii!. I •-rick T. Dowd, J. Samuel Scran- 

H. Manger. Coll., J. Sherman Buell, Myron H. 

MuiiL'er. G. Jurors, J. Willis Tucker, Wm. C. Miner,' George 

W. Bonne] Dwight S. Whedon, Xoble S. Blatchley. 

I of R., Timothy F. Wilcox, Heman C. Stone. 
Stannard. Board of Ed., John H. Meigs, Wm. S. Hull, 1S82; 
James A. Gallup, Nathan Howell, 1S83; John P. Hopson, Fzra 
S. Smith. Peg. of Voters, Wm. B. Crampton, Wm. S. Hull. 

Max HESTER. Clerk, Reg., and Treas., Daniel Wadsworth. 

Selectmen, Charles D. I -ha Williams, Giles M. Hills. 

vge A. Bidwell, Robert Pae, George W. Bidwell, 

Richard W. Pitkin. Coll., Charles S. Cheney. G. Jurors, 

Chauncey B. Knox, Robert X. Strong, John Loomis, Ge<»!_ 

Andrew H. Poekwell, Henry A. G 
John F. Williams Wm. W. Hollister. Board of P., Henry H. 
Whit< r. Board 

ver ! .v, C. W. 

Jaqu< bins. James F. Campbell, 

Reg. of Voters, Charles II. Arnold, Herbert J. Anni.O barlea H. 
Owen. 

Mansfield. Clerk, Reg., and Treas., B. W, lect- 

men, (!•• rge L. Po.-ebrook, George F. Swift, George W 



94 TOWN OFFICERS. 

Const., Wm. Corbit, Frank Freeman. G. Jurors, David Hooker, 
Jared Stearns, Edward P. Conant, Robert P. Barrows, George 
F. King, Andrew R. Brown. Assess., A. W. Buchanan, Wash- 
ington I. Swift. Board of R., Robert P. Barrows, Darwin 
S. Read, Charles J. Mason. Board of Ed., Hemy Huntington, 
Samuel Hovey, A. J. Chapin, 1882; Edwin B. Sumner, Rich B. 
Glidden, Samuel S. Yeomans, 1883; Robert P. Barrows, Nath- 
aniel Beach, Washington I. Swift, 1884. Reg. of Voters, Joseph 
P. Barrows, Leroy G. Perkins. 

Marlborough. Clerk and Treas., Amos B. Latham. Reg., 
Wm. F. Joyner. Selectmen, John H. Fuller, Francis A. Dutton, 
Francis W. Coleman. Const., John W. Day, Joel E. Hall, Addi- 
son L. West. Coll., Charles Carter, Jr. G. Jurors, John Lord, 
Francis A. Dutton, Adriel Huntley. Assess., Henry D. Bar- 
rows, Theron B. Buell. Board of R , Roland Buell, Charles 
Hall, Addison L. West. Board of Ed., Horatio Bolles, Wm. F. 
Joyner. 1882; Amos B. Latham, John Lord, 1883; Jasper P. 
Harvey, James J. Bell, 1884. Reg. of Voters, Henry D. Bar- 
rows, Theron B. Buell. 

Meriden. Clerk and Reg., Selah A. Hull. Treas., W. W. 
Mosher. Selectmen, D. S. Williams, E. J. Doolittle, Jr., Seth 
J. Hall. Const., Franklin G. Bolles, Charles E. Goodrich, Geo. 
L. Hall, James E. Belden, John A. Leeds, Alvin Sweet. Coll., 
Benjamin Page. G. Jurors, George M. Howell, Charles H. 
Shaw, Charles H. Sawyer, Frank S. Fav, Charles Schraeder, 
C. H. Colling. Assess., Hobart C. Hull, J. H. Converse, 0. S. 
Williams. Board of R., Joel I. Butler, A. C. Markham, George 
R. Wilmot, W. A. Miles, Nelson Hall. Board of Ed., J. H. 
Chapin, Robert Cortiss, Ed. Miller, Jr., George R. Cortiss, F. D. 
Proudman, C. H. S. Davis, J. S. Wightman, J. T. Pettee, L. L. 
Sawyer. Reg. of Voters, Linus Birdsey, J. C. Hinsdale. 

Middlebury. Clerk and Reg., Marcus DeForest, Jr. Treas., 
William Tvler. Selectmen, Levings Abbott, C. H. Lum, D. M. 
Fenn. Const., G. B. Bristol, R. B. Wheaton, George S. Pope. 
Coll., Silas Tuttle. G. Jurors, James C. Scovill, George 0. 
Ellis. Assess., Charles H. Lum, John T. Basham. Board of R., 
George B. Bristol, John T. Basham, Wm. R. Tucker. Board of 
Ed., George B. Bristol, *H. W. Munson, 1882; James C. Scovill, 
C. H. Lum, 1883; Levings Abbott, George 0. Ellis, 1S84. Reg. 
of Voters, G. B. Bristol, F. H. Wheeler. 



TOWN OFFICE R8. 95 

MiddlefielD Clerk. Reg., and Treas.. Lyman A. Mills. 
Selectmen, Alva B. Coe, Valerius H. Cole*. Isaac H. CornweU. 
Const., Paschal A. Skinner. J. N. Coe, I). A. Burnham, H. E. 
Wilcox. Coll., J. C. Saftord. G. Juror?, Albert R. Tucker, 
58., Enoch T. Birdsey, Waldo B. Miller. Hoard 
of R. f Moses W. Terrill, Daniel H. Birdsey, Isaac W. Miller. 
Board of Kd.. M. W. Terrill, Walter P. Ball, 1882; John 0. 
Cone, A. 0. Denis Phineas Iff. Augur, Walter P. Hall, 

1884. Keg. of Voter?, Willis E. Terrill, Waldo B. Miller. 

IfflDDLETOWN. Clerk and Reg., Eiihu W. N. Starr; Ass 

ant Clerk, Frank P. Starr. Treas., James Selectmen, 

Char ard, Charles H. Williams, Ichabod Iff. Roberts, 

Browning, Martin Loveland. Const., Curtiss Bacon, 
Hoar, Daniel Hurley. Nelson Nettleton, 
Coll., Sherman M. Bacon. G. Ju- 
Elijah C. Birdsey, Frank 1>. Harris, -lame- G. Hollister, 
i^rles W. Paddock, George L. Tuttle. 
Stephen B. Davis, George W. Lane. Henry S. Steele, 
-.oil, David Church, CharlesA. Newell. 
Boar Ved 0. Smith, Josiafa Iff. Hubbard, 1882; Hor- 

ace H. Wilcox, Marina W. Wilcox. 1^83; George W. Gray, 
- A. Etobinson, 1--4. Reg. of Voters, Thomas O'Connell, 
Fred'k Dicke 

IffiLFORD. Clerk and Reg. , John W. Fowler. Treas.. Isaac 
T. Rogers. Selectmen, Charles W. Beardsley, Charles H. Peck, 
James T. Higlev. Const, Lewis B. Beers, and Coll.. Amos J. 
itt, Albert C. Piatt, Frank R. Baldwin, Ed- 
ward B. Smith, Patrick Burns. G. Jurors, James S. Tibbals, 
Thaddeua Smith, Alfred C. Oviatt, William Brotherton, Henry J. 
>], George E. Piatt. Asses-., Wm. H. Augur, Edward G. 
Miles, Miles B. Merwin. Board of P.. Nathan . . Tru- 

man Smith, James A. Smith. Board of Ed., *Nathan E. Smith, 
Wm. Brotherton, Henry N. Piatt, C. A. Tomlinson, 1882; ■ 1 
T. I! *ger>, C W. Baldwin, A. A. Baldwin, C. F. Bosworth. 
William G. Mitchell, Geo. M. Gunn, Geo. H. Griffin, Geo. E. 
Piatt, 1884. Reg. A. W. Burns John W. Buckingham. 

IfOHBOB. Clerk, David A. Nichols. Reg., John 1). Beach, 

-., William A. < lurke. Selectmen, Dunning J. Lake, 

Eli B. Seeley, Stephen French. Const., C. Edward upborne, 

les S. French, John I). Beach. Coll., Oscar J. Sherwood. 

G. Jurors, Albert Wheeler, Samuel Hurd. Assess., Oscar J. 



96 TOWN OFFICERS. 

Sherwood, Orville H. Hull. Board of R., John T. Porter, Charles 
M. Beardsley. Board of Ed., John G. Stevens, Daniel Osborne, 

F. M. Cargill. Reg. of Voters, Geo. W. Lovejoy, L. D wight Lane. 

Montville. Clerk, Henry A. Baker. Reg., Jonathan Rey- 
nolds. Treas , Lewis Browning. Selectmen, H. R. Strickland, 
C. M. Robertson, J. M. Beckwith. Const., D. Chester Comstock, 
and Coll., Charles Perrin, J. L. Leffingwell. G. Jurors, David 
Alexander, Aug. A. Parker, Alvin E. GofT. Assess., Calvin B. 
Beebe, Charles H. Witter, George Latimer, Alvin G. Smith, Gur- 
don R. Miner. Board of R., M. V. B. Brainard, Chas. E. Church, 
Albert A. Rogers. Board of Ed., Joseph S. Latimer, David 
Alexander, Charles T. Ramage, 18S2; Jedediah R. Gav, 2d, 
Daniel D. Lyon, Silas H. Browning, 18S3; M. V. B. Brainard, 
John Davis* Alton E. Stephen, 1884. Reg. of Voters, George 
N. Wood, Erastus D. Lyon. 

Morris. Clerk, Reg., and Treas., Darwin B. Randall. Select- 
men, Wm. Griswold, Edwin H. Clark, Monroe Throop. Const., 
E. H. Clark, J. Bradford Hoot, C. Wesley Cook. Coll., Hor- 
ace Cowles. G. Jurors, Lucius E. Munson, Samuel F. Burgess, 
Leman H. Benton. Assess., Sidney Peck, Samuel W. Ensign. 
Board of R., Phineas B. Randall, 'Homer Stoddard, Beebe S. 
Hall. Board of Ed., Samuel M. Ensign, Dwisht Griswold, 
Charles H. Randall, W T m. H. Farnham, Clark L. Loveland, L. 
W. S. Skilton. F.eg. of Voters, Edgar Alvord, James M. Ben- 
ton. 

Xaugatuck. Clerk, J. T. Garrison. Reg., Samuel J. An- 
drews. Treas., David Smith. Selectmen, Homer Twitchell, 
Thomas Conron, George M. Allerton. Const., Michael Condon, 
Samuel Platr, James Gilooley, Hooker Hotchkiss, Eldridge 
Smith, Alfred French, Francis Mulvey. Coll., Oliver Evans. 

G. Jurors, Owen Connell, Robert Baldwin, Samuel X. Andrew, 
Patrick Riley, John Cawthorue, John V. Haslinger. Assess., 
William Kennedy, Harry S. Hotclikiss. Board of R., Eli 0. 
Barnum, Samuel X. Andre '.v, Eli Smith. Board of Ed., Burton 
A. Peck, George M. Allerton, 1882; S. C. Leonard, James 
Fagan, 1883; Dwight P. Mills, F. B. Tuttle, 1884. Reg. of 
Voters, George D. Bissell, Geo. D. Squires. 

New Britain. Clerk and Reg., Isaac Porter. Treas., A. P. 
Collins. Selectmen, Levi S. Wells, Harvey G. Brown. James 
P. Moore. Const., Lester R. Bailey, Henry Gussman, Wm. H. 



rOWM «»i PICEB8. 97 

Gladden, Orville Jones, Jr., Augustus X. Bennett. Isaac T. 
Morri», Wm. H. Allen. Coll., Wm. R. Latham. G. Jurors, 
Job Dyson, Wm. X. Felt, Fred. C. Berg, Spencer II. W 

elins Andrews. As ter A. Vibberts, Xorris Bailey, 

Charles S. Andrews. Board of R., Henry P. Strong, Stephen 
R. Lawrence, Thomas Beirlcv. Board of Ed., dn<tu< A. Traut, 
John B. I» II. Beach, G. H. Minor, 1S82; Samuel 

W. Hair. 1883; John X. Bartlett, *Henry E. Sawyer, Lawrence 
Clean, Charles S. Andrew-. Reg. of Voter?, Charles 0. Collins, 
Michael O'Connell. 

Xkv Canaan. Clerk and Reg., Th.eodore W. Benedict. 
S., Andrew F. Jones. Selectmen, Benjamin P. Mead, 

b F. Silliman, William Ward well. Const., Ezra S. Hall, 

• Bentley. Coll., Frank M. Bliss. G. Jurors, John E. 
Whitney, William G. Webb. Assess., F. E. Chichester, James 

lict, Lewis S. Olmsted. Board of R., Edwin Hoyt, F. E. 

I, L. K. Hoyt. Board of Ed., B.D.Pnrdy, Wm. G. Brownson, 
1882; Joseph Greenleaf. Win. F. Hust< 

L. If. Mm roe, 1884. Reg. of Voters, Russell L. Hail. Samuel 
X. Raymond. 

v Fairfield. Clerk and Reg., John J. Treadwell. 
Treas., Charles D. H. Kellogg. Selectmen, Barzillai B. Kellogg, 
James S. Whiteh ler B. Brush. Const., Alexander 

Turner, and ('oil.. A . Hendrick H. Wildman, Jr. 

G. .Juror-, Dimon Disbrow, Isaac H. (Jerow, Norris B. Xichol- 
Bon. Assess., David J. Sturges, David H. Disbrow, Henry 0. 
Leach. Board of R.. Isaac H. Gerow, George X. Rearce. Joseph 

mum. Board of Ed., *Hendrick II. Wildman, John J. 
Treadwell, Alexander Turner, Edward Treadwell, H. 0. Leach, 
A. B. Brush. Reg. of Voters, H. H. Wildman, Edwin Hodge. 

Xi w Hartford. Clerk and Reg., J. C. Keach, Trees., K. 
M. Chapin. Selectmen, H. M. <iate-, S. X. Rettibone, Clinrle9 
F. Mayfield. Const., Henry C. Merrill, Henrv Overton, H. H. 
. S. H. Henderson, F. A . R. Gillett, 2d. K. II. 

Stone. Coll.. S. H. Henderson. G. Jurors J. C. Keach, Har- 
vey Case, H. A. Kellogg, B. G. Loorais, George F. Doi 
Orvis Griggs. Assess., Henry C. Merrill, John D. Betts. Board 
of R. H. B. Kellogcr, Trescott C Barnes, Henrv T. Smith. 
Board of Ed., X. B. Merrill, F. H. Adams 1882; Orrin Fitch, 
L. C. Evarts, 1888; John Richards, dared B. Foster, 1884. 
Reg. of Voter-. George W. Smith, Frank W. Fenn, Frank R. 
Marble, Herman Clerk. 



98 TOWN OFFICERS. 

New Haven t . Clerk, John Sinister. Reg., James J. S. 
Doherty. Treas., Harmanus M. Welch. Selectmen, James 
Reynolds, Frank S. Andrew, Philip Hugo, Edwin W. Cooper, 
Louis Feldman, William S. Beecher, Elizur H. Sperry. Const.. 
Joseph H. Keefe, Jacob Mailhouse, Michael R. Enscoe, Daniel 
Colvvell, David K. Andrew?, Philip Roller, John R. Gildea. 
Coll., Theodore A. Tuttle. G. Jurors, Timothy J. Fox, Joseph 
Scoville, Henry S. Cooper, James P. Hart, Adam Miller, Pat- 
rick McGuiness. Assess., Elias P. Merriman. Griswold Gilbert, 
Ezra B. Dibble. Board of R., Wm. W. Hotchkiss, Thomas 
O'Brien, Frank Chandler, Lucius B. H in man, Oliver H. Bill. 
Board of Ed., Nathan T. Bushnell, Patrick Mahen, Joseph Gill. 
Reg. of Voters, Wm. O'Keefe, Edward F. Merrill. 

Newington. Clerk and Reg., John S. Kirkham. Treas., 
David L. Robbins. Selectmen, Jedediah Deming, Jacob Dix, 
Wm. M. Richards. Const., John S. Rowley, and Coll., James 
H. White, Walter B. Dorman. G. Jurors, Louis V. Durand, Jr., 
Lyman Wetherell, Charles E. Chapman, Calvin Whaples. 
Assess., Charles E. Chapman, Aholiab J. Corbin. Board of R., 
Samuel H. Kilbourne, Edward L. Wetherell, Pratt Francis. 
Board of Ed., Samuel A. Steele, E. Merwin Steele, 1882; Chas. 
K. Atwood, Roger Welles, 1883; John S. Kirkham, *John G. 
Stoddard, 1-J84. Reg. of Voters, Thomas R. Atwood, John R. 
Stoddard. 

New London. Clerk and Reg., Isaac W. Thompson. Treas., 
Thomas W. Williams. Selectmen, Charles J. Hewitt, C. Arnold 
Weaver, Charles L. Ockford. Const., Gideon Gray, John H. 
Rockwell, George H. Dart, George Pelton, William E. Goss, 
Coll., Eldridge P. Beckwith. G. Jurors, E. A. Denison, John 
H. Crocker, Daniel Eraser, Wm. EL Saxton. Assess., John C. 
Foster, Dudley B. Chapman, Charles Bishop. Board of R., 
Alfred Hempstead, Gurdon A Lester, Cortland S. Harris. 
Board of Ed, George E. Starr, William M. Tobey, William H. 
Chapman, 1^82; Walter Learned, Benjamin Stark, F. N. Bra- 
man, 1883: Byron F. Woods, Ralph Wheeler, Alfred H. Chap- 
pell, 1884. Reg. of Voters, Ralph Wheeler, Charles F. Starr. 

New Milford. Clerk and Reg., Russel B. Noble. Treas., 
H. LeRoy Randall. Selectmen, Albert S. Hill, Andrew J. Mc- 
Mahon, Frederic E. Starr. Const., Albert H- McMahon, and 
Coll., Lory Couch, John N. Moloney, Charles Planz, Lauren 
Evitts, John F. Murphy, John Talbot. G. Jurors, John R. 



T" 99 

_:er, James M. Hallock, .Tame- W, 
Orto: . - .. George 

nop, Edward P. Bartoi [. Noble. Board • 

II. Squires, George W. Anthony. Hoard of 

Albert X. Bald Northrop, 

bsN. Hall, Edward F. Morehouse, Starr Scott Buck- 

inghai George W. Richmond, Ethiel 

J84. Reg. of Vote Erwin, Everett Sturges, 

NEWTOWN. < '.erk and Beg., C. II. Peek. Treas., L. B. 

- lectmen, William X. Northrop, William 1*. San ford, 

John B. Wheeler. Const., William H. Glover. Dennis Qnin- 

livin. Daniel Camp, John H. Blackman, George Win ton, Patrick 

bell, Patrick Madigan. Coll., George H. Botsford. G. 

- Daniel Cam . Ilobert A. Clark, 

i'.miel G. B man 

op, Norman B. Glover, Xichols B. Hawley. Board of Ed., 

- B. Wheeler, Charl Frederick Cham- 

ligan, James P. 
j. of Voters, Michael P. Bradley, Salmon S. 
I »lm T. Carmody, .ford. 

folk. Clerk, Reg., and Trea-., Joseph N. Cowles. 

tmen, L. L. Whiting, Mo.-es F. Grant, L. .1. Butler. 

. 0. J. Hallock. G. Jurors, 

Vail, Riley Stillman. .-nb Brown, -vies. 

of B . H. 11. Riggs, Harvey Johnson. Board of Ed., 

J. F. Gleason, Rilev Stillman, F. F. Porter, J. : , B. J. 

y. Keg. of Voters, G igelow, Henry J. I 

lord. 

North Bbanford. Clerk, Reg., and T 
Selectmen, Alden H. Hill, Willys Tucker. 1 

Herbert < ». Page, 

.und M. Field, Russell 

M. Rose. < Soil., ■ Tdon 

Clark Russell, John M. Foote, Thomas Palmer. Henry B. Fins 

'illiam D. Ford, Douglas Williams.* Board of 
R.. Martin C. Bishop, William Maltby, ison 

■vight N. 
Prentice. •Char an Maltby, William D 

Ford. 1884. Reg. •■: \ ; Dar- 

win Page; I I Disk, Dwight If. Foote, John G. Phelan. 



100 TOWN OFFICERS. 

North Canaan, P. 0. Canaan. Clerk, Reg., and Treas. r 
J. B. Hardenbergh. Selectmen, Frederick Bronson, Patrick 
Fitzgerald, John B. Reed. Const., Charles H. Briggs, and 
Coll., Albert A. Hubbard, John C. Richmond, George E. Beebe r 
Thomas O'Neil, James M. Shultz, G. B. Gardner. G. Jurors T 
Jeremiah S. New, Horace Holt, Patrick L} T nch. Assess., Wm. 
P. Pelton, Everardus Ives. Board of R., Henry J. Mead, Hiram 
Briggs, James L. Bragg. Board of Ed., Edward S. Roberts, 
Daniel L. Freeman, 1882; Charles H. Briggs, Charles Gillette, 
1883; Miles B. Tobey, A. T. Roraback, 1884. Reg. of Voters, 
Henry J. Mead, Robert Van Deusen. 

North Haven. Clerk, Edward L. Linsley. Reg., Robert 
B. Goodyear. Treas., Francis H. Todd. Selectmen, Cyrus 
Cheney, Nelson J. Beach, Charles M. Tuttle. Const., Rufus 
Thorp, Payson B. Orcutt, George Gerwig, Olin H. Burnham, 
Merwin W. Tuttle, Zenas W. Mansfield, Edward L. Goodyear. 
Coll., Lewis J. Fowler. G. Jurors, Francis H. Todd, Robert W. 
Smith, Horace L. Hills, Julian W. Tuttle, Solomon T. Linsley, J. 
Boardman Smith. Assess., Lucius Brockett, George Munson. 
Board of R., Lyman Bassett, Jesse 0. Eaton, James E. Smith, 
Edwin L. Mansfield, Bennett Todd. Board of Ed.. Willis B. 
Hemingway, Oswin H. D. Fowler, Justus F. Brockett, 1882; 
Edward L. Linsley, Andrew F. Austin, 0. Sherwood Todd, 1883; 
Sheldon B. Thorpe, *Robert B. Goodvear, Jesse B. Jacobs, 1884. 
Reg. of Voters, L. Peet Tuttle, Bennett Todd. 

North Stonington. Clerk, Reg., and Treas., William H. 
Hillard. Selectmen, Orrin Chapman, George W. Stewart, 
Horace F. York. Const., Gilbert Billings, LaFayette Park. 
Coll., Horace Greeley Lewis. G. Jurors, Joseph E. Lewis, 
Henry A. Tomlinson", Orrin T. Maine. Asses?., Nelson A. 
Brown, Charles H. Maine, Amos P. Miner. Board of R., James 
F. Brown, Barnum C. Pierce, George W. Miner. Board of Ed., 
Francis W. Collins, Edwin H. Knowles, John L. York. Reg. of 
Voters, Allen Wheeler, Gilbert Billings. 

Norwalk. Clerk, Frank W. Perry. Reg., James A. Brown. 
Treas., Wm. A. Curtis. Selectmen, Charles A. Burr, Nelson J. 
Craw, Wm. C. Sammis. Const., George B. St. John, and Coll., 
Edward Nelson, Aurelius J. Meeker, James C. Crowe, Joseph 
H. Richards, Wallace Dann, Franklin P. Crockett. G. Jurors, 
Clarence B. Coolidge, Spencer C. Horton, George W. Day, 
Francis V. Brush, Washington W. Sharrott. Assess., Thomas 



TOWN OFFICERS. 101 

Guver, James Finney, Frederick W. Mitchell • Board of R., 
Bradley S. Keith, .Jacob M. Lay ton, James M. Lane. Board of 
Ed., Wm. Handel Smith, Edwin Adams, Charles M. Selleck, 

Era Cole, Moses B. Pardee, Thomas G. 0>born, William C 
Burke, Jr., John S. Seymour, Robert T. B. Easton. Reg. of 
Voters, George N. Ells, Nathaniel Reqna, Wm. S. Bouton, 
Theodore Wilcox, Wm. B. Hendrick, Winfield S. Hanford, 2d. 

NORWICH. Clerk and Treas., Othniel Gager. Reg., David 
Young. Selectmen, Oliver P. Avery, Wm. R. Potter, Patrick 
McLaughlin. Const., Charles H. Dillaby, and Coll., Charles H. 
Miner, Jr., William W. Ives, Nathan ' C. Chapell, Joseph B. 
Corey, Wm. A. Baker, Henry R. Gardner. G. Jurors, Albert 

F. Park, Wm. EL Armstrong, Lyman W. Lee, Joseph Robinson, 
Daniel M. Dickinson, Robert F. Latour. Assess., Jonathan W. 
Hooker, Wm. C. Osgood, William Walsh. Board of P., Nathan 
Small, John P. Par-tow, John Bowman. Board of Ed., G. 

G. Pitcher. Hyde, P. J. O'Connor, 1882; *John W. 
Crary, Hiram P. Anns Burrell W. Hyde, 1883; Palmer Bill, 
Robert P. Stanton, Timothy Kelly, 1884. Keg. of Voters, Joab 
B. Rogers, James Rigney. 

Old Lyme. Clerk, \V. R. Champion. Reg., David Morlev. 
Treas., G. W. DeWolf. Selectmen, N. S. Lee, R. W. Chadwick, 
F. W. Chapman. Const.. Henry Noves, Richard W. Chadwick, 
N. H. Appleby, John Dickey, William Bates, A. H. Sanders, 
A. S. Bugbee. Coll., David Huntley. Henry H. Lay, Wm. H. 
Stannard. Assess., Herbert If. Cauikins, John Smith. Board 
of R., Geonre H. Peckham, H. II. Lav. K. C. Peck. Board of 

William B. Carv, T. Swan, 1882; C. L Morlev, 1. 
Smith, rlesG. Bartlett, John Swaney, 1884. Reg. of 

lers, John Smith. 

Old Say BROOK. Clerk and Reg., Ozias H. Kirtland. Treas., 
John F. BusbnelL Selectmen, Edwin Aver, Wm. H. Smith, 
William J. Clark. Const., William H. Smith, R. C. Shepard, 
John E. Aver. Coll., John N. Clark. G. Jurors, William B. 
Tally, Henry Sizer, Robert B. Chalker. A--e>*., David W. 
Clark. George W. Denison. Board of P., William B. Tolly, 
Joseph Kellogg, Henry Hart. Board of Ed., Edwin Aver, John 
H. White, 1882; Joseph Kellogg, William J. Clark, 1888; Robert 
Chapman, Georire W. D Voters, John N. 

Clark, John II. Pratt. 



102 TOWN OFFICERS. 

Orange. (P. 0. West Haven.) Clerk, Elias T. Main. 
Treas., Israel K. Ward. Selectmen, George R. Kelsey, Charles 
F. Smith, David Piatt. Const., Zadoc R. Morse, Elizur B. 
Russell, George M. White, Seaman B. Smith, George I. Bab- 
cock, Jr., George S. Stratton. Coll., Walter A. Main. G. 
Jurors, Stiles D. Woodruff, Alonzo F. Wood, William C. Russell, 
Henrv W. Painter, Isaac P. Treat, Henrv A. Clark. Assess., 
Samuel L. Smith, 2d, Isaac P. Treat, Rollin W. Hine. Board 
of R., Donaldson S. Thompson, Albert F. Miles, Prosper War- 
ner. Board of Ed., *Isaac P. Treat, John M. Aimes, 1882; Ed- 
ward W. Worthington, Charles K. Bush, 1883; James Walker, 
John F. Barnett, 1884. Keg. of Voters, 1st Dist., Stephen E. 
Booth, John M. Aimes; 2d Dist., Frederick B. Perkins, Benja- 
min F. Somers. 

Oxford. Clerk and Reg., Lewis Barnes. Treas., Charles H. 
Butler. Selectmen, John B. Pope, James H. Bartlett, George 
R. Baldwin. Const., Anthony B. Hinman, and Coll., Legrand 
W. Lake, William N. Andrew, George Andrew. G. Jurors, 
Atwater Treat, Cornelius C. Rider, Henry E. Smith, William 0. 
French, William M. Hubbell. Assess., Wooster B. McEwen, 
David. C. Riggs. Board of R., Clark E. Lum, William O. 
French, Wales Chatfield. Board of Ed., John Harger, Clark E. 
Lum, 1882; *Nathan J. Wilcoxson, Samuel Hawkins, 1883; 
Lewis Barnes, Orlando C. Osborn, 1884. Reg. of Voters, Benja- 
min Nichols, Egbert J. Thrall. 

Plajnfield. Clerk and Treas., Reuben Weaver. Reg., 
George H. Hyde. Selectmen, John L. Chapman, Sessions L. 
Adams, William Dawley, Erastus L. Spalding, Albert C. Green. 
Const., Nathaniel P. Thompson, and Coll., Charles E. Barber, 
Augustus B. Shepardson. G. Jurors, Jeremiah M. Shepard, 
George Torrey, Joseph A. Dean, Edwin H. Kennedy, Augustus 
B. Shepardson. Assess., William B. Ames, Henry C. Stark- 
weather. Board of R., George Loring, John S. French, Henry 
S. Newton, Fitch A. Casev, Walter Palmer. Board of Ed., 
Waldo Tillinghast, William I. Hvde, John A. Creadon, 1882; 
Stephen Hall, Lucian Burleigh/ *Asher H. Wilcox, 1883; 
Dwight Avery, *S. H. Fellows, "*John N. Shipman, 1884. Reg. 
of Voters, Richard H. Ward, Henry C. Starkweather. 

Plainville. Clerk and Reg., Robert C. Usher. Treas., 
Levi Hough. Selectmen, Burritt Hills, H. W. Higgins, R. F. 
Woodford. Const , Enos S. Belden, A. 0. N. Bunnell, J. H. 



town OFFICERS. 103 

Edmonds. Coll., F. L. Bench. G. Jurors, E. 0. Chapman. 
L.H.Warren, E. M. Baker. Assess., E. 0. Chapman. D. B. 
tt. Board of R , W. L. Cowles, Levi Hough, 
A. .!. Norton. Board of Ed., J. S. C irban, II. S. Putter, 1882; 
A. B. Dennison, M. A. Nickerson, 1883; T. G. Wright, I 
. 1884. Beg. of Voters, I. 1\ Newell, F. B. Newton. 

Plyju dth. Clerk and Rep:., Edwin M. Talmadge. Treas., 

selectmen, Abijah W. Welton, Byron Tuttle, 
Walter II. Scott. Const.. Homer E. Cooke, and Coll., Storey 
A. Kelsey, James B. Baldwin, Edgar L. Pond, Albert I. Hotch- 
kiss, Frank Blakeslee, Arthur S. Beardslee. G. Jurors, George 
Ion, Terry Cadwell, James Hunter, Elizur Fenn, Charles 
Purrington, John W. Sullivan. Assess., James Woodruff, 
Aaron P. Fenn. Henry L. Binman. Board of B., Edward 
keslee/William B. Fenn. Board of Ed., R. D- 
H. Allen, N. Taylor Baldwin, Abijah W. Welton, 1- 
P. Fenn. William W. Clemence, Timothy B. McNamara, I 
Leverett S man I>. Baldwin, Edwin M. Talmi 

1st Disk, Strong A. Kelsey, Adison Bun- 
nell; 2d liist., Edward S. Beach, Timothy B. McNamara. 

Pomfhkt. (P. 0. Pomfret Certer.) Clerk, Reg., and Treas., 
F. P. Hay ward. Selectmen, Thomas W. Williams, George W. 
Taft, Edwin T. White. Const . Angell Wheaton, D. A. Col- 
burn. Coll., Lafayette Wright. G. Jurors, Angell Wheaton, 
Horace <*iapp, Charles Osgood, I. P. Briggp, N. W. Chapman, 
1). Matthewson. Assessors, Horace Clapn, Thomas 0. Elliott, 
P. J. Sabin. Board of R., Isaac P. Briggs. John W. Clapp, 
Edwin T. White. Board of Ed., Albert us S. Brace, Charles 
W. Grosvenor, Frederick Hyde, 1882; Edward P. Matthe* 
•Isaac P. Briggs, Edward P. Hay ward, 1883; John W. ( 
Charles P. < ■ 384. Keg. of Voters, 1. 

P. Briggp, I'll''.'. T. Kii gsbury. 

Portland. Clerk, William H. Bartlett. Reg., Stephen H. 

Stock n I. Worth i: _• - ph S. 

Worthington, J. H. Pell . Const., Billings Neff, 

and Col., Eben Hall, John Hall. G ephen 

Hall. Amos A. ! G. Jurors, George 1>. 

land, L. P. Stewart, Daniel Dunham, D oden, 

W. S. O e. i bmayd. Assessors, Henry Kilby, John 

H. Hall. Board of B., Charles H.Si ge, Andrew Cornwall, John 
-Meld. Board of Ed . C. A. Sea - '. S. Bayne, William S. 



104 TOWN OFFICERS. 

Strickland, 1882; George B. Cleveland, Charles H. White, Geo. 
H. Penfield, 1883; F. A. Parker, F. D. Harriman, Horace C. 
Markham, 1884. Reg. of Voters. Billings Neff, James A. 
Butler. 

Preston. (P.O. Norwich.) Clerk and Treas., James F. 
Forsyth. Reg., James H. Fitch. Selectmen, Jonathan L. 
Hill, William Briggs, Henry H. Hopkins. Const., George L. 
Roath, Henry P. Jones. Col., Samuel Johnson. G. Jurors, 
Leander B. Hill, Stephen D. Moore, H. H. Roath. Assessors, 
P. McKiernan, John O. Peckham, W. E. Hiscox. Board of R M 
C M. Barnes, Hiram Browning, Albert Wheeler. Board of 
Ed., Mason S. Hewitt, Thomas S. Phillips, W. E. Hiscox. 
Reg. of Voters, John Galligan, James H. Fitch, Nathan H. 
Ayer, Henry P, Jones. 

Prospect. Clerk, Reg., and Treas., Watson C. Hitchcock. 
Selectmen, David R. Williams. George D. Fenn, Harris Piatt, 
Const., Stephen Talmadge, Harry L. Payne. Coll., Frank L. 
Wilkinson. G. Jurors, George F. Tyler, David B. Hotchkiss, 
John F. Matthews. Assessors, William E. Kimball, Harris 
Piatt. Board of R., William Berkley, Minor Blackmail, Willis 
Ives. Board of Ed., Wm. H. Shipps, B. B. Brown, Minor 
Blackmail, Merritt Clark, Frank L. Wilkinson, David B. 
Hotchkiss. Reg. of Voters, Watson C. Hitchcock, David M. 
Plumb. 

Putnam. Clerk, Reg., and Treas., James W. Manning. 
Selectmen, Almanson Herendeen, John Carpenter, Edward 
Mullan. Const., George W. Carver, Arnold F. Leach, Edwin 
R. May, Asahel S. Davis, Wm. S. Perry. G. Jurors, Joseph 
W. Torrey, Charles Prentice, Jerome Tourtelotte, Sylvanus Al- 
ton. Assessors, Charles H. Chestbro, Edwin R. Wood, G. D. 
Post. Board of R., Richmond M. Bullock, Frederick Cutler, 
Reed Tourtelotte. Board of Ed., Jesse R. Davenport, Isaac N. 
Ross. Reg. of Voters, Samuel H. Seward, Otis Fisher. 

Redding. Clerk and Treas., Lemuel Sanford. Reg., Moses 
H. Wakeman. Selectmen, William H. Hill, William B. Hill, 
Stephen Sanford. Const., Wm. H. Burr, David S. Bartram, 
John H. Edmonds. Coll., William E. Duncomb, G. Jurors, 
George A. Sanford, George Albion, Charles H. Woodruff. As- 
sessors, Samuel B. Osborn, Arthur B. Hill, Turney Sanford. 
Board ofR., William E. Duncomb, John Tod J, Jonathan B. 



1 <>\\ n on [CBR8. 105 

Sanford. Hoard of Ed., Win. J. Jennings, Win. K. Dnn- 
comb, K. Alanson Whiton. Reg. of Voters. 1-t district, John 
N Nickerson, Charles D. Meeker; 2d dist., Burr Bennett. Ar- 
thur B. Hill. 

RlDGKFlBXD. Clerk and Keg., Hiram I\. Scott. Tl 

Seymour. Selectmen, Aaron W. Lee, Edwin 1*. 
White, Edward EL Smith. Const., Benjamin K. Northrop, and 
Coll., Sereno S. Hurlbutt, George P. Gregory, John F. 
Holmes, Seth J. Benedict, Edward L. Smith, Samuel J. Bar- 
low. G. Jurors, Philip L. Barhite, John W. Rockwell, George 
Boughton, John K. Sherwood. Aaron B. Gilbert, Aaron G. 
-. Isaac Osborn, I). Smith Sholes. Board of 
. John P. Keeler, Jared X. Ohnsted. Board of 
Ed., L. W. Abbott, A. G. Paddock, Samuel J. Barlow, 1882; 
Lewis E. Smith, Francis A. Henry, I>. Smith Sholes, I 
Wm, W. Leete, John D. Nash. Edward H. Smith, 1S84. Reg. 
of Voters, Benj. K. Northrop, D. Smith Sholes. 

Rocky Hill. Clerk and Reg., Samuel Dimrck. Treas., 
William G. Bobbins. Selectmen, Moses W. Williams, J 

Irich, and Coll., Charles D. 
Canfield, Robert H. Rhodes, Royal A. Porter, George W. Roe, 
William DeWolf. G. Jurors, Thomas 1). Williams, Alden 
Hale, William Sessions, Horace R. Merriam, Lucius M. 
P)eaumont, Allen A. Rob! : - >rs, Henry R. Taylor, 

Frederick Morton. Board ot'R., Benjamin Smith, Samuel Ash- 
well, James H. Warner. Board of Ed., *William G. Bobbins, 
James H. Warner, Eugene S. Belden, Samuel Ash well, Lucius 
M. Beaumont, * Albert I). Griswold. Reg. of Voters, William 
bbins, James Warner. 

RoXBUBT. Clerk, George W. Hurlburt. Reg., Charles 
rd. Treas., Charles Beardsley. Selectmen, Albert 
L. Hodge, Orlando Lewis, Henry H. Warner 
Walter'!'. Buckingham, George H. Buckingham, Jos. 6. Gor- 
ham, Edwin Leavenworth, Reuben S. Edwards, Jr.. CI 
W. Fowler, Charles B. Garlick. Coll., Aaron W. Fenn. 
Jurors, Henry W. Trowbridge, Isaac 15. Prindle, Merrit P, 
: irlburt, Aaron W. Fenn A"" — .. Aaron W. 
Fenn, John H. Leavenworth. Board ofR., Cyrus E. Prindle, 
r L. Beardsley, Seth Warner. Board of Ed., Cyrus 1. 
Prindle, "Charles Sanford, i vv 2: George W. l\ Leaven* 
it Randal] Davidson, Smith, 



106 TOWN OFFICERS. 

1884. Keg. of Voter?, Herman B. Eastman, Sheldon B. 
Smith. 

Salem. Clerk and Treas., Charles A. Williams. Reg., 
Frank E. Williams. Selectmen, Austin 0. Gallup, Samuel N. 
Morgan, Gurdon E. Allyn. Const., Henry E. Avery, and Coll., 
Edwin C. Tread way, David P. Chaples." G. Jurors, John C. 
Bushnell, David H. Seamon, Henry Fox. Assess., Edward De 
Wolf, David G. Gates, David Way. Board of R., Gurdon F. 
Allyn, John R. Tread way, Albert A. Witter. Board of Ed., 
Charles T. Williams, Austin 0. Gallup, 1882; Nelson N. Willi- 
ams, David H. Seamon, 1883; Henrv N. Brown, James Bulkley, 
1884; Reg. of Voters, John C. Bushnell, Charles F. Treadway. 

Salisbury. Clerk and Reg., John H. Bloc'gett. Treas., 
Silas B. Moore. Selectmen, Sidney P. Ensign, George H. 
Clark, Dwight Allyn. Const., William B. Perry, and Coll., 
James W. Spurr, John L. Owen, Henry Whitbeck* George Lan- 
don, Peter McArd'e, Carlos W. Adams. G. Jurors, David W. 
Stone, Edward Ward, Aaron Mallory, Martin McCarty, Win. A. 
Crowell, Patrick Lynch, Frank W. Holnes. Assessors, James 
H. Bariiiim, John P. Walton, William Kane. Board of R., Wm. 
Bundy, Harlon P. Harris, Martin Walsh, Wm. H. Raynsford, 
James Ensign. Board of Ed.. Harlon P. Harris. Cornelius L. 
Kitchell, 1882; Henry J. Lynch, George B. Burrall, 1883; John 
H. Hurlburt, Dwight' Allyn, 1884. Reg. of Voters, William B. 
Perry, William D'. Reid. 

Say brook. Clerk and Reg., Samuel F. Snow\ Treas., 
Henry R. Wooster. Selectmen, Dwight S. Spencer, Marshall 
Comstock. Const., Henry S. ward, William 1). Worthirgton, 
Henry 0. Shailer. Coll. /Horace G. Jones. G. Jurors, Horace 
P. Denison, Joseph B. Lord, Thomas L. Post, Horace G. Jones, 
William L. Jones. Assessors, Frederick W. Williams, Emory 
H. Peckham. Board of R., Felix A. Denison, Obadiah P. 
Pratt, Dwight S. Southworth. Board of Ed., Lozelle J. Piatt, 
Davis M. Tyler, Joseph C. Fargo, J. Lockwood Lamb, 1882; 
Charles Jennings, Horace I*. Denison, H. Christopher Kingsley, 
Dwight S. Southworth, 1^83; George F. Spencer, Frederick 
L'Hommedieu, David R Post. Henry L. Denison, 1884. Reg. of 
Voters, Chas. R. Marvin, Henry C. Tyler. 

Scotland. Clerk, Reg., and Trea?., William F. Palmer. 
Selectmen., S. B. Spragtie, M. L. Barstow, Henry Lincoln. 



TOWN OF! ICBRS. 107 

Const., Arthur M. Chirk, and Coll. G. Jurors, A. H. Maine, 
Dwigfat Cary. Assess., J. W. Maine, John M. Palmer. Board 
. Win. G. Anthony. Samuel X. Ashley, Abner Robinson. 
Board of Ed., Abner Robinson, William M. Burnham, 1882 ; 
Caleb Anthony, Jr., Kendrick Douglass, 1888; A. Walker Maine, 
Henry Lincoln, 1864. Reg. of Voters, A. Walker Maine, Abner 
Robinson. 

Sktmodr. Clerk and Trees., S. H. Canfield. Reg., George 
Smith. Selectmen, Robert Healey, Joseph Imson, John Davis. 
it., J. W. Tomlinson, George II. Washburn, M. McXerney, 
A. B. Dunham, J. K. Buckley. Coll., George Leavenworth. G. 
Jurors. Ashbel Storrs, M. Hun van. W. X. Storrs, Eli Gillette, 
A. W. Lounsbury. Assess., J. Kendall, Henry Bradley. Board 
<<( R., James Swan, Ashbel Storrs, Frederick Beecher. Board 
of Ed., L A. Camp, W. R. Tomlinson, Nathan Holbrook, 1882; 
J. Kendall, Carlos French, Henrv Day, 1883; S. H. Canfield, 
Robert Healey. H. X. Fggleston,' 1884. Keg. of Voters, A. B. 
Dunham, V. M. Beecher. 

SHARON. Clerk and Reg., J. Wade Hughes. Treas., Flias B. 
. Selectmen, Baldwin Reed, 2d, Edwin W. Winchester, 
Charles B. Fveritt. Const., John C. Loucks, Michael McDon- 
ald, Hiram Cooper. Coll., Edgar J. Reed. G. Juror, George 
H. Smith. Assess., Charles E. B. Hatch, Clark M. Juckett, 
Charles F. Benton. Board of R., John Boyd, Ozias Peck, Geo. 
Gray. Board of Ed , Robert K. Goodwin, George A. Kelsey, 
1882; Herman C. Rowley, Theodore L. Chase, 1888; John B. 
Smith, William W. Knight, l v -4. Reg. of Voters, William 
Dakin, Frank B. Hamlin. 

Sherman. Clerk and Reg., John X. Woodruff. Treas., 
William B. Hawley. Selectmen, George A. Barnes, J. M. 
Pickett, Abram Briggs. Const., Oliver R. Woodruff. Coll., 
1*. Hall. G. Juror, Rensellar Woodin. Assess . William 
Caldwell, James Stuart. Board of R Ceorge Hungerford, 
Isaac B. Hall. Board of Ed., Theodore Roger*, John N. Wood- 
ruff, Mills Hungerford. Reg. of Voter-, Levi B. Hungerford. 

Sixsburt. Clerk, Reg., and Treas , James McKinney. 

tmen, Jay Barnard, Charles /.. Case, Alonzo G. Case. 

•., Edward H. Bradley, and Coll., Porter White, William 

R. Hall, Joseph L. Harriett, Jeffery 0. Phelps, Alonzo L. Laii- 

mer. G. Jurors, Elizur H. Eno, Campbell P. Case, Orlando 



108 TOWN OFFICERS. 

Dean, Harvey Tucker, Henry W. Ensign, James Laughlin. 
Assess., Henry J. Nobles, Frederick Pickett, Henry W. Ensign. 
Board of R., Ebenezer G. Curtiss, John W. Alderman. Board 
of Ed., Dudly B. McLean, Henry W. Ensign, 1882; Alonzo G. 
Case, John B. McLean, 1883; Seymour Pettibone, George W. 
Sanford, 1884. Keg. of Voters, Ebenezer G. Curtiss, Erwin 
■Chase. 

Someks. Clerk, Reg., and Treas., Solomon Fuller. Select- 
men, William H. Billings, William H. Burdick, John S. Field. 
Const., George B. Pease. G. Jurors, John W. Little, John W. 
Eaton, William H. Burdick, Lucius A. Kibbe, William L. 
Brainard, Erwin D. Avery. Assess., Loren Griswold, William 
L. Brainard, Leverett E. Pease. Board of R., Nathaniel A. 
Patten, Joseph E. Dimock, James C. Pease. Board of Ed., 
Loren W. Percival, Myron F. Gowdy. Reg. of Voters, Amos 
Pease, Charles Hibbard" 

Southbury. Clerk and Reg., Granville S. Pierce. (P. 0- 
South Britain.) Treas., John Pierce. Selectmen, Henry S. 
"Wheeler, Reuben Pierce, Henry P. Hickox, George N. Piatt. 
Const., Stiles Bellfield, Isaac Wentsch, Theodore F. Wheeler, 
Harley E. Warner, E. E. Burr, Charles K. Osborn, Charles H. 
Stillson. Coll., Theodore F. Wheeler. G. Jurors, John M. 
Wentsch, George H. Canfield, Harry N. Hicock, John L. Lee, 
Oscar W. Ambler, Fred'k H. Gray. Assessors, Charles S. 
Brown, Fred'k W. Fenn. Board of R., Philo J. Hawley, Chas 
R. Oatman, Sanford Johnson. Board of Ed., Edgar Pierce, 
Herman Perrv, 1882; *Granville T. Pierce, Averill B. Canfield, 
1883; *Charles S. Brown, Gednev A. Stiles, 1884. Reg. of 
Voters, Henry M. Canfield, David M. Mitchell. 

Southington. Clerk, Reg., and Treas., Charles D. Barnes. 
Selectmen, Charles W. Hall, Charles Hitchcock, David M. 
Monahan. Const., John C. Lewis, Charles H. Pond, Charles H. 
Tolles, John H. Swift, Elbridge H. Bacon, Emory W. Doolittle. 
Dennis P. Webster. Coll., Charles R. Bagley. G. Juror.-, 
Randolph W. Cowles, Ephraim H. Andrews, Lemuel Barber, 
Win. H. Cummings, David J. Phillips, Miles H. Upson. Assess., 
John J. Barnes, Wheaton S. Plumb, Joshua Bills. Board of R., 
Andrew F. Barnes, James F. Pratt, Levi C. Jewell. Board of 
Ed., ^Andrew F. Barnes, Francis D. Whittlesey, 18S2; *James 
H. Osborn, Samuel W. Green, 1883; Stephen Walkley, Solomon 
Finch, 1884. Reg. of Voters, John C. Lewis, Amon Bradley. 



TOWN OFFICERS. 109 

in Windsor clerk. Reg., and Treas., C. C. Vinton, 
(P. O. Wanning.) Selectmen 5. Bissell, Frank 1 : 

Sadd, Fred's A. King. Const., Olin Wheeler, and Coll., Edgar 

rnham. «',. Jurors, John A. Collin?, Roswell Grant, Les- 
ter Dewey, George Dart. Assess- rs, Henry W. Sadd. Nath- 
aniel Jones. Board of R., Bradford H. Grant, Norman F. 
Stouehton. Board of Ed., Cbarles X. Flanders, Cassiu* M. 

erry, 1882; Bradford H. Grant, Nathaniel Jones, 1S83; 
_e A. Bowman, William A. Taylor, 1884. Reg. of Voters, 
Seth Vinton, Walter G. Newberry. 

Sprague. Clerk, Charles Wales. Ree:., Mayden Hayes. 
Treae., J. II. Woisard. Selectmen, Charles T. Hazen, R. A. 
ballenger. Const., C. L. Hazen, E. W. Bing- 
ham | C. H. Ladd, Merrill Fitch, John McManus, Job Pick ford. 
Coll.. Curtis Hazen. G. Juror-, H. C. Watson, F.benezer Allen, 
E. H. Hazen, William Xolan, C. A. Webb, Edward Fortier, 
L. J. Branch. J. E. Vickridge, Norman Smith, 

Christopher Flynn. Board of R., Eli H. Hazen, U. A. Batty, 
George Challenger. Board of Ed., Nathan (Jeer, William A. 
Greene. 1882; M. K. Bonce, T.J. Stanto Y. Bonnev, 

T. K. Feck, 1884. Reg. of Voters, H. C. Watson, Dennis 
irty. 

Stafford. Clerk, Reg., and Treas., Iff. C. Kinney. Select- 
men, C. B. Newton, O. A. Richardson, E. C. Dennis. Const., 
-. Adams, and Coll., D. F. Mullin, Cyrus Banford, H. C. 

Wheeler, Reuben Burley, Frederick Smith", C. X. Fatten 
Jurors. H. W. Davis, W". F. Richardson, Lyman Cushman, J. V. 
r, Lewis Chaffee, Henrv Botterfield. Assess.. Alvarado 

Howard, John 0. Booth, Wm. S. Shepard. Board of R., H. W. 
3, Henrv Butterfield, Wm. P. Amidon. Board of Ed., 
*G. V. Max'ham, William R. Small. 1882; F. L Batchelder. 
John 0. Booth, 1888, *Lina W. Ellis, David F. Whiton. I 

of Voters, Alba Perkins, J. C. Cross, J. W. Chandler, 
Wm. P 

Stamford. Clerk and Reg., Claries K. Holly. Tr 
Robert Swartwont Selectmen, William R. Lock wood, John W. 
Harris, Samuel C. Waterbury. O I St., Theodore Miller, 
Richard Bolster. Charles S. Alphonse, George W. Anderson, Chas. 
H. Daskam, Edward S. Down-. Coll . Charles H. Knapp, 
Frank R. Leeds. Charles W. Smith, George Gayfor, 

John E. Keeler, A. C. Dixon, John W. Wardwell. 



110 TOWN OFFICERS. 

Charles H. Knapp, Charles A. Weed, George E. Scofield, 

A. VV. William?, Hiram Curtis. Board of R., Charles Gaylor, 
Alvin Weed, John Unkles. Board of Ed., George H. Hoyt, 
Nathaniel B. Hart, Robert Swart wout, Radcliffe Hudson, Lewis 
R. hurlburt, Samuel Roberts, Eleazer Porter, George B. Christi- 
son, F. A. Marden. Reg. of Voters, Charles A. Weed, James 
Mitchell. 

Sterling. Clerk, James L. Young. Reg. Silas J. Matteson. 
Treas., Daniel T. Hart. Selectmen, Alfred Gallup, Silas A. 
Waite, Alven L. Cowry. Const., Allen Richmond, Luther Gal- 
lup, Benjamin Baton. G. Jurors, Daniel Matteson, Lewis K. 
Hammond, John B. Fenner. Assess., Russell Hill, Jeremiah L. 

B. Fenner, Josiah Slade. Board of R., Thomas D. Rhodes, 
Kinney S. Wilcox, Anos J. Gallup. Board of Ed., * Avery A. 
Stanton, Henry D. Dixon, Nehemiah J. Wood, John A. B. 
Douglass, Albert .FrinU, Ambrose H. Bates. Reg. of Voters, 
John M. Franklin, John A. B. Douglass. 

Stonington. Clerk and Reg., Moses A. Pendleton. Treas., 
William J. H. Pollard. Selectmen, Elijah A. Morgan, George 
S. Brewster, Benjamin T. Stanton, 2d, Laughlin Hearty, Joseph 
S. Williams. Const, Samuel K. Tillinghast, VV. H. Park, Elias 
G. Miner, Benjamin F. Crumb, Maurice O 1 Sullivan, Thomas 
H Hinckley, George F. Coats. Coll., Abel H. Hinckley. G. 
Jurors, George H. Greenman, John P. Williams, William R. 
Targee, Samuel L. Dickens, Warren C. Randall, Abel Hinckley, 
Assess., Charles Perrin, William C. Moss, George E. Tripp. 
Board of R., Nathan S. Noyes, Peleg S. Barber, Charles H. 
Hinckley. Board of Ed., James A. Dean, Charles H. Babcock, 
1882; Charles H. Babcock, J. S. Anderson, 1883; Simeon Gal- 
lup, Charles H. Hinckley, 1884. Reg. of Voters, 1st Dist., 
James Pendleton, George C. Burtch; 2d Dist., Thomas D. 
Sheffield, Robert Woodburn; 3d Dist., Avery W. D. Noyes, 
Jas. A. Lord; 4th Dist., Elias Williams, Ira W. Jackson,* 5th 
Dist., Charles E. Chipman, Stephen H. Wheeler. 

Stratford. Clerk and Reg , Henry P. Stagg. Treas., Chas. 
P. Burritt. Selectmen, Alonzo J. Beards ley, Francis S. Avery, 
Leonard Wells. Const., J. Henry Blakeman, John J. Kugler, 
Joseph W. Dufour, Thomas W. Wood, Miles B. Beardsley, Win. 
F. Thompson. Coll., Lemuel J. Beardsley. G. Jurors, Lucius 
B. Vail, William E. Wheeler, George Lewis, Peter P. Curtis, 
Allen Gregory, Charles E. Stagg. Assess., Peter P. Curtis, 
Alfred Beers, Albert Wilcoxson. Board of R., Anson H. Blake- 



I «»\\ s 0F1 H BRS. 1 I 1 

man, Joseph R. Lockwood, George II. /. ; !ik. Jr. B tard of Ed., 
John R. Hull, Samuel O. Canfield, 1882; Peter P. Curtis, 
Morton Beardsley, 1883; I". J Beardsley, Albert Wilcoxson, 
1884. Reg . 1st Dist., Eusrene Morehouse, Samuel 

A. Patterson; 2d Dist., Thomas W. Wood, Charles F. Sher- 
wood. 

Supfieud. Cierk. Reg., and Treas., William L. Loomis. 

Selectmen, Thaddeus II. Spencer, Charles J. Thrall. .lame- II. 
Haskins. Const., Wm. S. Grave*, William F. Fuller, Edmund 
Halladay, John L. Wilson, W. P. Frost. Coll., Webster E. Bur- 
bank. U. Jurors, Edwin A. Russell, .lames A. Hamilton, Oliver 
C. Rose, Lewis C. Sheldon, Warren W. Cooper, Dwight S. Ful- 
ler. Assess., Webster E. Burbank, Cyrus H. Kiult, A. F. 
Austin. Board of R., B. F. Hastings, C. C. Warner, W. II. 
ngs. Board of Ed., James B. Rose, F. T. Latham, 
. Chandler, Edward Stoue, 1888; George F. Kendall, 
Charles Symington, 1884. Reg. of Voters, John L. Wilson, 
Albert Austin. 

Thomaston. Clerk and Reg., Albert P. Bradstreet Treas. 
Arthur J. lime. Selectmen, Aaron Thomas, Frederick F. 
Warner, Daniel S. Carter. Const. Edwin A. Bradley, and Coll.. 
William S. Judson, Joseph Wolf. William B. Atwood, Edgar 
W. Bennett, Peter Duff, John R. Hovt. G. Jurors, Thos. 11 
Newton, Samuel S. Lamb, Gilbert I. Wooster, Joseph K. J'. 
Alfred B. Smith, Newell L. Webster. A— ess.. Israel B. Wood- 
ward, Joseph K. Judson, Daniel S. Carter. Board of R., Benja- 
min Piatt, Edward P. Parker, Miles Morse. Board of Ed., 
Thos. S. Oekford, R. S. Goodwin, A. G. Heaney, 1-2: Ueorge 
A Stoughton, Abel W.Smith, Eugene Gaffhey, 1883; Samuel 
M. Freeland, Albert P. Bra B. Pierpont, 1884. 

Reg. of Voters, Morton Pease, Edwin Alvord. 

Thompson. Clerk, Reg., and Treas., James N. Kingsbury. 
Selectmen, Marcus F. Town, Joseph X. (Jpham, John Elliott 

■:., William W. Cummings, George A. Putney, John W. 

-»n, Joseph Eagan, William X. Bates. G. Jurors, A. <» 
Woo iart, .1 eeph Bickford, John Wilkes, Josiah Dike, F. L. 
Whittemore. Assessors, William W. Curamings, George T. 
Murdock, Edwin T. White, Lemuel K. Blackmar, 
Board of R., George Flint, Japheth Cottier, Simon A. Tingier. 
Board of Ed., X. J. Pinkham, Stephen Ballard, Oscar Munyan. 
Retr. of Voters, John I). Converse, James F. Bowen. 



1 12 TOWN OFFICERS. 

Tolland. Clerk, Reg., and Treas., Edwin S. Agard. Select- 
men, Smith H. Brown, Henrv Young, Spencer 0. Grover. 
Const., A. B. Clougb, William* J. Williams. Coll., John H. 
Sparrow. G. Jurors, Charles Underwood, Charles Meacham, 
Elisha Arnold, E. S. Agard, Henry Steele, Joseph Webster, Jo- 
seph V. Lathrop. Assess.. C. \V. Bradley, Elisha Arnold T 
Thomas G. Root. Board of R., A. L. Benton, A. P.Dickin- 
son, A. B. Crandall. Board of Ed., C. Young, A. P. Dickin- 
son, 1882; S. H. Brown, A. L. Benton, 1883; William C. Ladd r 
*C. N. Seymour, 1884. Reg. of Voters, J. B. Fuller, William 
D. Holman. 

Torrington. Clerk and Reg., Gideon H. W T elch. Treas., 
Isaac W. Brooks. Selectmen, Nelson W. Coe, Squire Scoville, 
Elijah Woodward. Const., Henrv J. Allen, Frank L. Stocking, 
Edward S. Miner, Lucien N. Whiting. Coll., Dexter W. Clark. 
G. Jurors, Samuel J. Stocking, George W. Cole, Avery P. Mi- 
ner, Roger C. Barber. Assess., Henry S. Patterson, Edward 
B. Birge. Michael Batters. Board of R., Edward J. Hopkins, 
Wilbur W. Birge, George W. Vaille. Board of Ed., ^Clarence 
H. Barber, Wait B. Wilson, Andrew Weigold, 1882; Burr Lvon, 
L. Perrin, Avery F. Miner, 1883; G. H. Welch, J. W. Gam- 
well, H. M. Sherman, 18S4. Reg. of Voters, Henry J. Allen, 
Charles F. Brooker. 

Trumbull. Clerk, Samuel G. Beardsley. (P. 0. Long Hill.) 
Reg., Marcus 0. Wheeler. Treas., Edward B. Burroughs. 
Selectmen, Stephen H. Burroughs, David J. Botsford, Elbert E. 
Edwards. Const., George S. Jennings, John S. Jovce, Horace 
P. Nichols, W. F. Beach, A. S. Beach, Charles F. Osborne. 
Coll., Joseph A. Tread well. G. Jurors, George A. Hall, Eras- 
tus Ryan, Charles N. Fairchild, George D. \Mallett, Isanc E. 
Booth, Henry V. Hallock. Assess., Erwin S. Fairchild, John 
M. Beardslev, Sidnev W. Nichols. Board of R., Theodore A. 
Mallett, William C/Beach, Walter S. Hawley. Board of Ed., 
Clarence B. Sherwood, Charles J. Thorpe, 1882; John M. 
Hough, Frank N. Burr, 1883; Frederick L. Beers, *Ormel 
Hall, 1884. 

Union. Clerk, Reg., and Treas., D. L. Newell. Selectmen, 
M. P. J. Walker, H. B. Booth, H. F. Corbin. Const., J. W. 
Winch, and Coll., D. M. Newell. G. Jurors, L. M. Reed. 
Assess., A. J. Wales, L. A. Corbin. Board of R., French 
Crawford, Roscius Back, J. R. James. Board of Ed., E. C. 



TOWN OFFICERS. 1 13 

Booth, M. P.J. Walker, 1882; C. L. Orsmbee, A. E.Weld, 

Silas W. Newell, E. X. Lawson, 1884. Keg. of Vi 
M. A. liarcy, A. E. Weld. 

Vernon. Clerk, Reg., and Treas., Charles P. Thompson. 
P. 0. Rookville.) Selectmen, George Talcott, Nathaniel R. Grant, 
James Fitzgerald. Const., Henry G. Ransom and Coll., Benja- 
min Hirst, A. Palmer Dickinson, Henry J. Marshman, I. 
W. Hunt, Frederick Linker, Charles W. Pitkin. G. Jurors, 
Charles E. Harris, Nathaniel R. Grant, August Bever, Henry 
MeCray, Gideon G. Tillinghast, W. Frank Fay. Assess., Henry 
MeCray, Harry T. Miner, Abraham Laubscher. Board of R*, 
E. Stevens Henry, Christian Cook, Cyrus Winchell. Board of 
Ed., George Svkes, Francis Keenev, iS82 ; Stephen G. Rislev, 
Henry F. Parker, 1883; John S. Dobson, Gelon W. West, 1884. 
Reg. of Voters, George N. Brigham, James Carroll. 

Voldntown. Clerk and Treas., Caleb P. Potter. Reg., 
George W. Rouse. Selectmen, James M. Cook, Seth Brown, 
Benj. S. Hall. Const., John A. Sweet, George R. Havens. 
Coll., Albert E. Bitgood. G. Jurors, Dwight Bromley, Henry 
C. Gardiner, E. Byron Gallup. Assessors, Robert H. Dixon, 
J"-eph C. Tanner. Board of R., Benjamin Gallup, Thoma- G. 
Congdon, John N. Gardiner. Board of Ed., Ezra Briggs, Wm. 
B. Ray, 1882; John E. Green, Frank A. Douglas, 1883; *John 
N. Lewi-, A. E. Bitgood, 1884. Reg. of Voters, John E. 
Green, George W. Rouse. 

Wallingford. Clerk, Othniel I. Martin. Reg., James D. 
McCaughey. Treas., Friend A. Ives. Selectmen, B. Trum- 
bull Jones, Henry Hall, Delano \Y. Ives. Const., Roger S. Aus- 
tin, and Coll., Lewis A. Northrop, A. J. Goodrich, William H. 
McKcnzie, J. C. Roach, J. F. Curzan, Silas J. Stow. G. Ju- 
. lames J. Redmond, James A. F. Northrop, Mathew Har- 
land, Homer R. Johnson, Sevmour E. Hotchkiss, William E. 
Hall. Assessors Henry S. Hall, 2d, Elizur R. Hall. Board of 
R., Bryant A. Treat, Elijah J. Hough, Street Williams, Walter 
J. Leavenworth, Michael O'Callaghan. Board of Ed., Henry 
L. Hall, J. G. WiMman, Henrv S. Hall, George H. Smith. 
Reg. of Voters, Henry L. Hall, Harvey S. Hall. 

Warben. Clerk, Reg., and Treas., John B. Derrickson. 
Selectmen, N. B. Strong, I r. S, Lyman, Bucl Carter. Const., 
B. C. Norris, Miner A. Strong. Coll., E. P. Lyman. G. Ju- 
8 



114 TOWN OFFICERS. 

rors, A. B. Camp, John H. Angevine. Assessors, A. T. Peck, 
Buel Carter. Board of R., A. R. Humphrey, L. G. Sheldon, 
C. W. Everett. Board of Ed., N. B. Strong, D. A. Youngs. 
Reg. of Voters, William F. Curtis, D. A. Youngs. 

Washington. Clerk and Reg., Frederick N. Galpin. Treas., 
Simeon D. Piatt. Selectmen, Charles L. Hickox, Stanley 
Williams, Joseph D. Barton. Const., A. H. Wyant, and 
Coll., H. 0. Averill. G. Jurors, Truman H. Woodruff, James 
Aspinwall, Sherman Cogswell. Assess., Henry W. Seeley, 
Solomon T. Morehouse. Board of R., Eliada N. Moore, George 
K. Logan, George S. Cogswell. Board of Ed., George T. 
Sperrv, Ralph I. Wheaton, 1882; Earle Buckingham, Charles 
N. Beach, 1883; Gould C. Whittlesey, George A. Tomlinson, 
1884. Reg. of Voters, Sheldon J. Logan, William T. Odell. 

Waterbury. Clerk, James C. White. Reg., John J. Ne- 
ville. Treas., Maier Kaiser, Selectmen, William Perkins, 
John Shanlev, Orrin H. Bronson. Const., John W. McDon- 
ald, Patrick Higgins, John Burns, James J. McGrath, Daniel J. 
RafTerty, George H. Ford, Aretas W. Thomas. Coll., Eugene 
S. Wyman. G. Jurors, Charles Pritchard, Thomas Callahan, 
John L. Saxe, John Reed, Rudolph Berry, Samuel Nuttall. 
Assess., Chauncey B. Webster, Charles C. Commerford, Geo. 
A. Boughton. Board of R., Samuei Atwater, John Thompson, 
Albert Noether. Board of Ed., D. F. Webster, T. I. Driggs, 
Lawrence Walsh, 1882; J. W. Webster, Michael Donohue, D. 
G. Porter, 1883; Greene Kendrick, Michael A. Balfe, E. L. 
Griggs, 18S4. Reg. of Voters, John J. Connor, John Blair. 

Watekford. Clerk and Reg., Richard Tinker. Treas., 
Theodore F. Powers. Selectmen, James E. Beckwith, James 
E. Comstock, John B. Palmer. Const., William Littlefield, 
Edward A. Tinker, Ernest Smith, Andrew J. Hempsted, Al- 
bert Douglass, Elias F. Perkins. Coll., James A. Gallup. G. 
Jurors, Orlando Comstock, Ezra Miller, Sidney A. Smith, An- 
son Brown, P. G. Bindloss, Alonzo Beebe. Assessors, Griswold 
A. Chappell, Oliver Maxson, John Robertson. Board of R., 
Philip G. Bindloss, L. D. Howard, Alva A. Brown. Board of 
Ed., Fitch Comstock, C. Starr Chester, Ezekiah J. Hempsted. 
Reg. of Voters, John I. Chappell, Albert Lamphere. 

Watertown. Clerk and Reg., L. W. Cutler. Treas., Caleb 
T. Hickox. Selectmen, William G. French, George S. Atwood ? 



TOWN OFFICERS. 115 

Frederick J. Partree. Const., Henry G. Scott, William J. 
Munson, Henrv T. Davton. G. Jurors, Joseph Wheeler, David 
M. Beardslee, William H. Smith, Albert T. Blakeslee, Albert 
J. Lounsbury. Assessors, George Woodward, Edwar 
Woodruff. Board of R., Samuel T. Davton, Jared Sperrv, 0. 
L. Davton. Board of Ed., T. P. Baldwin, Charles W. Bidwell, 
1882; 'James Stoddard, F. X. Woodruff, 1883; Walter S. Mun- 
ger, Charles Iff. Noble, 1884. Reg. of Voters, Henry G. Scott, 
Daniel T. Hannon. 

Westbrook. Clerk and Reg., George C. Moore. Treas., 
Horace T. Wilcox. Selectmen, William N. Kirtland, Edwin 
A. Hill. Const., Zadoc E. Morgan, William H. Cone, Alpheu- 
H.Wright. Coll., Daniel S. Piatt. G. Jurors, John A. Post, 
Samuel M. Pratt, Carlos H. Chapman, Wallace G. Spencer, 
David A. Wright. Assess., George C. Moore, Gilbert A. Post. 
Board of R., Samuel C. Holbrook, Oliver H. Morris, Carlos 
H. Chapman. Board of Ed., George C. Moore, Gilbert A. 
Post, 1862; Benjamin F. Bushnell, Edwin A. Hill, 1883: Julius 
H. DeWolf, David A. Wright, 1884. Reg. of Voters, Jame^ A. 
Pratt, Edwin C. Stevens. 

West Hartford. Clerk and Reg., Leonard Buckland. 
Trea^., Samuel Whitman. Selectmen, John E. Millard, Timo- 
thy Sedgwick, 2d, Edgar H. Seymour. Const., Jared A. Gris- 
wold and Coll., Edward A. Ffagg, George T. Goodwin. G. 
Jurors, Edward Keney, Francis G. Butler, Charles E. Kellogg. 
Assess., Benjamin S. Bishop, Charles H. Flagg, Walter Cad- 
well. Board of R , James A. Griswold, Elmer G. Clark, Chas. 
M. Beach. Board of Ed., Franklin S. Hatch, Henrv Talcott, 
1882; Samuel Whitman, Samuel J. Bestor, 1888; Wm. II. 
Hall, Sidney E. Clark, 1884. Reg. of Voters, Benjamin S. 
Bishop, Leverett K. Seymour. 

Weston. Clerk and Reg., David L. Rowland. Treas., C. 
M. Par-ons. Selectmen, Martin V. B. Rowland, Gregory T. 
Osborn, Wm. Cogswell. Const., Ebenezer Morehouse, Edward 
C. Ferguson, Lyman P. Smith. Coll.. Moses I). Tread well. 
G. Jurors, Piatt Keeler, Mo-es D. Tread well, Oliver Perry. 
Assess., James Sturges, Dimon S. Fanton. Board of K.. 
Oliver Perry, David S. Parsons, Ebenezer Fitch. Board 
of Ed., Ebenezer Fitch, D. L. Rowland, A. S. Jarvis, 
Lester Fanton, Edward Chauncey, I). S. Parsons. Reg. ot' 
Voters, Joseph S. Godfrey, Dimon S. Fanton. 



116 TOWN OFFICERS. 

Westport. Clerk, Henry P. Burr. Reg., John S. Jones. 
Treas., James L. G. Cannon. Selectmen, Silas B. Sherwood, 
Henry B. Gilbert, John H. Jennings. Const., Henry I. Bennett, 
Samuel E. Elwood, Charles H. Fairchild, Rufus D. Cable, Jas. 
Hart, John Stuart, James S. Sherwood. Coll., Frederick 
Kemper. G. Jurors, Philip G. Sanford, Abram Buckley, VVra. 
Wood, Alfred N. Taylor, George J. Underwood, J. F. Murnan. 
Assess., John VV. Hurlburt, Charles H. Kemper, Henry B. 
Wakeman. Board of R., William J. Finch, Moses Sherwood, 
Wm. E. Dikeman. Board of Ed., T. D. Elwood, Wm. C. Hull, 
1882; James S. Sherwood, William J. Jennings, 1883; John R. 
Williams, A. N. Lewis, 1884. Reg. of Voters, John S. Jones, 
Edward Wheeler. 

Wethersfield. Clerk and Treas., Albert Galpin. Reg., 
Abner S. Warner. Selectmen, Stephen Bulkley, Henry Gris- 
wold, John Warner. Const.. E. G. Woodhouse, and Coll., W. 
W. Montague, George M. Richardson, E. N. Loveland, Lester 
E. Adams, John Hanmer, Jr., Stephen T. Willard. G. Jurors, 
Julius A. Deming, Samuel R. Welles, James T. Smith, Fred'k 
A. Havens, C. Eugene Adams, Robert R. Wolcott. Assess, Jo- 
siah G. Adams, Simeon Hale. Board of R., Francis H. Robbins, 
Franklin W. Griswold, Stephen Morgan. Board of Ed., Mar- 
tin S. Griswold, Luther W. Adams, 1882; John Welles, Henry 
A. Deming, 1883; Howard S. Clapp, George D. Loveland, 1884. 
Reg. of Voters, Albert H. Galpin, W. W. Adams. 

Willington. Clerk and Treas., M. L. Dimock. Reg., W. 
L. Kelsey. Selectmen, Seth C. Eaton, S. Taylor, L. D. Ide. 
Const., Jason Bugbee, Jr., and Coll., Geo. A. Thomas. G. Ju- 
rors, Philo Wright, Wm. Eldredge, N. S. Marcy, Wm. D. Ruby, 
Daniel E. Benton, David K. Smith. Assess., Matthew Bur- 
dick, Henry 0. Sparks. Board of R., Charles F. Morrison, La- 
throp Manning, Gilbert Ide. Board of Ed., C. W. Potter, 
Arastus Cotton, L. W. Holt. Reg of Voters, James McFarland, 
Henry 0. Sparks. 

Wilton. Clerk and Reg., Henry E. Chichester. Treas., 
Benjamin F. Brown. Selectmen, Samuel W. Ruscoe, Joseph 0. 
Dikeman, Elbert Olmstead. Const., Robert W. Keeler, and 
Coll , Wm. B. Hurlbutt, Jr., Frederick Gregory, Josiah Gil- 
bert. G. Jurors, Benajah Gilbert, Andrew Jackson, Charles 
Sterling, Samuel B. Middlebrook, Albert Sturges. Assess., 
Frederick D. Benedict, Andrew Jackson, Eliphalet Morehouse, 



TOWN OFFICERS. 117 

William D. Gregory, Henry Finch. Board of R., Aaron M. 
Reed, Henry A. Barrett, John Lockwood. Board of Ed., *Har- 
vev Bedient, Washington Post, 1882; Nathan M. Belden, Dan- 
iel* G. Betts, 1883; Frederick D. Benedict, James T. HubbeK, 
1884. Reg. of Voters, Samuel B. Fancher, John B. Sturges. 

Winchester. Clerk and Reg., Edward M. Piatt. Treas., 
Henry C. Young. Selectmen, Orlow D. Hunt, Edward Finn, 
Elizur B. Parsons. Const., William A. Beardsley, Oscar F. 
Perkins, Alden H. Hubby, Clifford E. Bristol, Thomas Gloster, 
David York. Coll., Rollin L. Beecher. G. Jurors, John L. 
Tatro, Patrick Carroll, Leonard B. Hurlburt, John Keefe, 
LaFayette Granger. Assess., Samuel S. Newton, Charles A. 
Bristol, Rollin L. Beecher. Board of R., Hiram Perkins, Nelson 

D. Ford, Henry Gay. Board of Ed., Charles A. Bristol, Arthur 
Goodenough, 1882;' H. Hungerford Drake, Midian N. Griswold, 
1883; John F. Peck, Leo Da Saracena, 1884. Reg. of Voters, 
H. Hungerford Drake, George B. Cook. 

Windham. Clerk, Reg., and Treas., Henry X. Wales. 
Selectmen, M. Eugene Lincoln, J. Griffin Martin, *W. B. Aver v. 
Cnst., L. J. Hammond, E. H. Hall, Jr., George T. Spafford, 
George B. McCracken, E. W. Avery, Thomas F. Foran, A. G. 
W'ickwire. Coll., E. H. Hall, Jr., L. J. Hammond. G. Jurors, 
John Bowman, Lloyd E. Baldwin, William Tracy, Martin Flint, 
Charles I. Barstow, Giles H. Alford. Assess., George Lincoln, 

E. H. Holmes, Jr., Albert Barrows. Board of R., Freeman D. 
Spencer, John Hickev, Frank S. Fowler. Board of Ed., Fl De- 
Bruycker, William C. Jillson, John L. Hunter, 1882; John D. 
Wheeler, Henrv W. Averv, George W. Melonv, 18^3; Marcus 
L. Tryon, E. ft. Holmes", Jr., Albert Barrow's, 1884. Reg. of 
Voters, Charles S. Bliven, John G. Kegwin. 

Windsor. Clerk and Reg., John B. Woodford. Treas., 
Thomas W. Loomis. Selectmen, Henry E. Phelps, Robert Mor- 
rison, James C. Marshall. Const., Daniel W. Mack, Horace H. 
Thrall, James J. Holcomb. Coll., John Clark. G. Jurors, 
William Cornwall, .James J. Merwin. Assess., Eli S. Hough, 
Morris B. VVestcott, Elias B. Rhaum. Board of R., Joseph W. 
Baker, George W. Hodge, Edward F. Thrall. Board of Ed.. 
Wiiliam L. Bid well, Thomas F. Tracv, 1882; E. S. Clapp, *R, 
H. Tattle, 1888; G. C.Wilson, Eugene Brown, 1SS4. Reg. of 
Voters, George W. Barnes, Thomas W. Loomis. 



118 TOWN OFFICERS. 

Windsor Locks. Clerk, Reg., and Treas., Alfred W. Con- 
verse. Selectmen, Allen Pease, John W. Anderson, Joseph 
Reed. Const., Timothy F. McCarty, Patrick Noone, Thomas 

F. Gogarty. Coll., Patrick Gaynor. G. Jurors, M. J. Byrne, 
Eiij'ah Ashley, Charles H. Easton. Assess., John B. Douglass, 
Elijah Ashley. Board of R., Charles E. Chaffee, John Abbe, 
William English. Board of Ed., John W. Coogan, J. R. Mont- 
gomery, 1882; John B. Douglass, James M. Tate, 1883; John 
Coats, William Conlan, 1884. Reg. of Voters, Michael J. King, 
William Mather. 

Wolcott. Clerk and Reg., Henry Minor. Treas., Erastus 
W. Warner. Selectmen, Rufus Norton, Harmon Payne, Benj. 
L. Bronson. Const., John R. S. Todd, and Coll., Andrew J. 
Slater, William H. Brown. G. Jurors, Henry S. Parmelee, 
Lowrey S. Richardson, Levi Atkins. Assess., Rufus Norton, 
Albert N. Lane. Board of R., Erastus W. Warner, Henry Har- 
rison, Mark Tuttle. Board of Ed., Elihu Moulthroo, Henry B. 
Carter, 1882; Rufus Norton, Albert N. Lane, 1883 ; *Frank G. 
Wood worth, John R. S. Todd, 1884. Reg. of Voters, Andrew 
J. Slater, Stiles S. Hotchkiss. 

Woodbridge. Clerk, Marcus E. Baldwin. Reg., James F. 
Nichols. Treas., Phineas E. Peck. Selectmen, Theron A. 
Todd, Rollin C. Newton, Theodore R. Baldwin. Const., Mark 
Tucker, Ellis N. Sperry, W. F. Tomlinson, Charles J. Peck, 
Frank Doolittle, James W. Rice. Coll., George P. Morgan. 

G. Jurors, William F. Morgan, William W. Peck, William Tom- 
linson, William A. Warner, Lauren Doolittle, E. L. Sperrv. 
Assess., William F. Morgan, H. W. Chatfield. Board of R., 
Stephen P. Perkins, Frederick P. Newton, Daniel C. Augur. 
Board of Ed., *S. P. Marvin, Irvin P. Doolittle, 1882; Silas J. 
Baldwin, Elizur L. Sperry, 1883; William H. Warner, David 
C. Lines, 1884. Reg. of Voters, James F. Nichols, Warren F. 
Hotchkiss. 

Woodbury. Clerk, A. A. Root. Reg., Harmon W. 
Shove. Treas., F. A. Walker. Selectmen, George C. 
Bradley, Charles T. Terrill, Grandison Beardsly. Const., John 
W. Nichols, and Coll., George P. Crane, Willys Scoville, Thos. 
C. Galpin. G. Jurors, Thomas Bodycut, 0. E. Norton, 
Daniel S. Lemmon. Assess., Charles D. Minor, Abernethy B. 
Stone. Board of R., Reuben B. Martin, Bennett A. Sherman, 
Henry Dawson, Walter E. Crofton, Wm. H. Allen. Board of 



ROSP1 I" .U.S. etc. 1 19 

V<\ , Harmon W. Shove, Nathan B. Burton, .lames Huntington, 

: William •). Clark, George Brown. R. B. JtldsOD, 
I. L. K. Wyokoff, F. F. Hitchcock, Harmon W. Judson. 
Keg. of Voters, Charles E. Strong, Michael F. Skelly. 

WOODSTOCK. Clerk, Reg., and Treas., Herbert M. Gilford. 
Selectmen, Wm. B. Lester,'Albert A. Paine. Henry K. Safford. 
Const., H. P. Hibbard, J. B. Tatem. Coll., George A. Penniman. 
G. Jurors, J. T. Mor*e, Martin Paine, William B. Chamberlin, 
Oliver A. Hiscox, Nelson Mor-e, John Paine. Assess., Amos M. 
Paine, Henry M. Bradford, David Aldrich. Board of R., John M. 
Paine, George Bugbee, Joseph F. Russell. Board of Ed., 0. 
Fisher, P. S. Butler, Norton Randall, 18S2; N. E. Morse, G. W. 
Child, J. M. Perrin, 1883; Lewis J. Wells, William W. Webber, 
Ebenezer Bishop, 1SS4. Reg. of Voters, William W. Webber, 
Charles M. Perrin, John F. Chandler. Albert Lippitt, J. M. 
Perrin, V. T. Wetherell. 



HOSPITALS, <fec 



Retreat for tjie Insane, Hartford. — Pres.,Wm.R. Cone; 
Vice Pres., Calvin Day; Treas., Thomas Sisson; Auditor, 
William F. Tuttle; Sec, Jona. B. Bunce. Managers, Wm. R. 
Cone, Calvin Day, Gurdon W. Russell. Physician and Supt., 
Henry P. Stearns", M. D.; Assistant Phys., Charles W. Page; 
Steward, Rev. Geo. E. Sanborne ; Matron, Mrs. Geo. E. Sanborne ; 
Supervisor, Harriet E. Bacon. 

nnecticl't Hospital for the Insane, Middletown. — 
Trustee-, Gov. Hobart B. Bigelow, New Haven; Robbins Bat- 
tell, Norfolk; Ezra P. Bennett, M. D.,Danbury; H. Sidney Hay- 
den, Windsor; Lucius S. Fuller, Tolland; Samuel G. Willard, 
Colchester; R. M. Bullock, Putnam; Richard S. Fellowes, New 
Haven; Henrv Woodward, Benjamin Douglas, Joseph W. Alsop, 
M. D., E. B. "Nye, M. I)., Middletown. Supt. and Physician, 
Abram M. Shew, M.D. Asst Phvsicians, James Olmstead, Jr., 
William E. Fisher, C. E. Stanley. Treas., M. B. Copeland. 



CONNECTICUT HUMANE SOCIETY. 

Rodnev Dennis. President; Henrv E. Burton, Secretarv; 
Ralph W. Cutler, Treasurer: all of Hartford. 



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BlUDGKPOBT. Mayor, John L. Wessels. Aldermen, 1, Ed- 
ward W. At wood: 2," Charles Sherwood; 3, Hobart W. Watson; 
4, Martin Sykes; 5, Ashbel E. Bartram; 6, Henry Cowd. 
Councilmen, 1, Herman Gauss, Bradley H. Hull. Albert D. Laws; 

2, William H. Rockwell, Ira De Ver Warner, Daniel W. Kissam; 

3, Daniel 0. Donnell, Lucien H. Copeland, Theodore W. Dowd; 

4, Christopher A. Mooney, Charles A. blakeman, Patrick Mc- 
Grath; 5, Philo M. Beers, Lorenzo Follett, Wilbur A. Gleason; 
6, John Walsh, Thomas Kelley, John J. Phelan. City Clerk, 
Bernard Keating. Treasurer, Isaac B. Prindle. Auditor, Row- 
land B. Lacey. Coll. of Taxes, Benjamin K. Mills. Coll. of 

— ments, Henry H. Bostwick. City Att'y, Curtis Thomp- 
son. Judge of City Court, Alfred B. Beers. * Assistant Judge, 
Charier A. Doten. * Clerk of City Court, Ebenezer Burr, Jr. 
Prosecuting Att'y, J. C. Chamberlain. City Sheriffs, Thomas 
W. Stone. City Surveyor, Horace G. Scofield. Road and 
Bridge Com., George Mallory, Patrick Kennelly. William R. 
Hincklev, Jarratt Morford. Street Com., William Kirk. Fire 
Com., William R. Higby, Fred. S. Stevens, Samuel W. Baldwin, 
Eli Dewhurst. Fire Marshal, George X. Morgan. Chief En- 
gineer, Charles A. Gerdenier. Police Com., William B. Spen- 
cer, Frank C. Bennett, Samuel Larkin, Charles K. Averill. 
Chief of Police, William E. Marsh. Health Officer, William H. 
Lacey. 

Hartford. Mayor, Morgan G. Bulkeley. Aldermen, 1, Wm. 
Berrv, Frank L. Howard; 2, DeWitt C. Pond, Henry E. Taintor; 

3. William B. Clark, John N. B. Stevens; 4, George Best, Sam- 
uel Walker; 5, William C. Smith, Peter Chute; 6, George W. 
Fowler, Richard McCloud; 7, Samuel X. Benedict, Edgar F. 
Burnham: 8. George S. Merritt. Charles H. Hawley. Common 
Council, 1, Frank S. Kellogg, Edward C. Frisbie, Edward S. 
Sykes, Robert A. Gritting : 2. Nelson G. Hincklev, Lemuel T. 
Frisbie, Wallace T. Fenn, Charles EL Prentice; 3, Henry L. 
Bunce, George E. Taintor, Emery Downing, Edward R. Faxon; 

4, James D. Johnson, John A.' Crilly, Edward P. Whit 
William W. Winship: ■", Jl D. Charles W. Scott, 
Henry E. Howe, Patrick Clifford; 6, Stepn. G. Sluyter, Louis 
Levy, Moritz Wieder,, George Gi-zew^ky: 7, Albert S. Hotoh- 
kiss, Stephen Goodrich, Ralph Foster, J. Henry Martin; 8, John 

9 



130 CITIES. 

H. Brocklesby, Charles H. Barber, George H. Brown, Thomas 
Farrell. City Clerk, John E. Higgins. Treasurer, Charles C. 
Strong. Auditor, John T. Peters. Collector, Frederick S. 
Brown. City Marshal, Thomas Longdon. Recorder, Edward 
B. Bennett. Judge of Police Court, Arthur F. Eggleston; As- 
sistant Judge, Sherman W. Adams. Clerk of Police Court. 
William F. Henney. Prosecuting Attorney, Joseph L. Barbour. 
Surveyor, Charles H. Bunce. Coroner, Horace S. Fuller; As- 
sistant Coroner, Eli Warner. Street Com., Joseph H. Sprague, 
Ebenezer K. Hunt, James Burns, Henry Kennedy, William E. 
Cone, Henry C. Dwight. Supt. of Streets, Richard S. Law- 
rence. Park Com., Samuel R. McNary, Charles D. Warner, 
Richard D. Hubbard, Gurdon W. Russell, Francis Goodwin. 
Fire Com., John R. Hills, Thomas J. Blake, Edwin J. Smith, 
Leander Hall, Gideon D. Winslow, Justin N. Mansuy. Chief 
Engineer, Henry J. Eaton. Fire Marshal, Edwin J. Smith. 
Police Com., Mayor Morgan G. Bulkeley, David A. Rood, 
George G. Sill, Lewis E. Stanton, G. Wells Root, George Ellis, 

Thomas Galvin. Chief of Police, . Water Com.. 

Rodney Dennis, Joseph Hall, James Bolter, Ezra Clark, Charles 
E. Perkins, William M. Charter. 

Meriden. Mayor, E. J. Doolittle, Jr. Aldermen, 1, W. W. 
Mosher, William Homan; 2, Bela Carter, N. L. Bradley; 3, 
Charles A. King, Julius Andrews; 4, A. C. Markham, James 
R. Sutliff; 5, W. W. Lee, Robert H. Curtis. Councilmen, 1, 
W. R. Mackev, J. H. Converge, E. B. Cowles, A. H. Jones; 2, 
John Nagal, Lewis A. Lip-ette, H. C Hull, Willis I. Fenn; 3, 
Edwin Cady, Charle- J. Klein, William G. Gallagher, William 
R. Derby; 4, Oscar Parker, George C. Merriam, T. F. Breese, 
J. F. Green; 5. L. C. Brown, C. J. Heinneman, A. W. Harvev, 
Watson W. Clark. City Clerk, Selah A. Hull. Treasurer, 
David S. Williams. Collector, Benjamin Page. Auditor, Fred- 
erick B. Derby. Sheriffs, James E. Belden, Jared P. Parker. 
Judge of City and Police Court, Levi E. Coe. Ass't Judge, 
John Q. Thayer. Survevor, S. C. Pierson. Coroner, Charles 
H. Shaw. 

Middletown. Mayor, Edward Payne. Aldermen, 1, Chas. 
G. R. Vinal; 2, 1. M. Bacon; 3, Leonard Bailey; 4, John Rodgers. 
Councilmen, George T. Meech, Robert C. Youngs, John V. 
Adams, W. H. Palmer, Jr., Joseph J. Noxon, David R. Brown- 
low, Joseph T. Elliott, C. M. Newton, J. Peters Pelton, Frank 
B. Weeks, Charles Schondorf, Frederick W. Hubbard. Clerk 



CITIES. 131 

:ind Treas., .Tame* P. Stow. City Attorney, William T. Elmer. 
Recorder, Charles A. Boardman. Collector, Horace Leonard. 
—or, Charles A. Newell. City Sheriff and Chief of Police, 
William C. Fielding. Chief Engineer, Frederick W. Wiley. 
Fire Marshal, Augustus Putnam. Water Com.. Charle- \V. 
Harris, Thomas H. Linahen, Timothy O'Brien, Frederick W. 
Wiley, R. K. Pitkin, Charles R. Lewi?. 

New Britain. Mayor, John B. Talcott. Aldermen, 1, Frank 
L. Hungerford; 2, William S. Judd; 3, Peter McAvoy: 4, 
Charles H. Parson*. Councilmen, 1, Ralph C Dunham, Reuben 
L. Hubbard, Ferdinand Becker, Alonzo Aston; 2, Frederick X. 
Steele, John W. Carleton, James H. Eddy, Henry C. Bowers; 
m, Thomas Fagan, Oliver Fenton, John E. Dunlay; 4, Frederick 
Kentschler, Francis Hart, 2d, Daniel Flynn, John T. Dwyer. 
City Clerk, Robert J. Vance. Treas., Augustus P. Collins. 
Auditor, William F. Walker. Collector, Wm. E. Latham. Sheriff, 
I-aac Porter. City Attorney, Julius H. Pease. Judge of Police 
Court. V. B. Chamberlain. Street Com., Ira B. Smith, William 
H. Hart, James Thomp-on, Henry P. Strong, Charles Peck, 
Lawrence Crean. Water Com., Thomas H. Brady, Philip Cor- 
bin, Wm. H. Relyea. Sewer Com , J. A. Pickett,* E. H. Davi- 
son, George M. Landers. 

New Hayek. Mayor, John B. Robertson. Aldermen, 1, Wm. 
K. Townsend, William H. Law; 2, Richmond W. Armstrong, Eli 
Mix; 3, George J. Faulhaber; 4, James X. States, Jno. Clancey ; 
5, George A. Stevens, Simon J. Shoninger; 6, Ernst Klenke, 
Patrick Willis; 7, Charles Doty, James F. O'Keefe S, Frank W. 
Tiesinsr, Frederick B. Farnsworth; 9, Joseph Sheldon, Lvman 

B. Griffin; 10, John P. Studlev, Herbert E. Benton; 11, David 

C. Burwell, William T. Porter; 12, Seth W. Langley, William 
Kelley. Councilmen, 1, Frank A. Mnnsofi, William A. Cashing; 
Lyman E. Munson; 2, Dennis A. Blakeslee, Samuel H. Kirby, 
Michael C. Sullivan; 3, Mathew Kehoe, Patrick Bohan, Richard 
H. Coffee: 4, Charles E. Gerard, Samuel H. Barns, Michael Mc- 
Queeney; 5, Patrick McKiernan, George S. Thomas, Frank 1. 
Thompson; 6, Charles H. Hilton, Lawrence O'Brien. William 
Kaehrle; 7, Frank D. Welch, John F. Defrees, Win. J. Bradley; 
B, T. Atwater Barnes, James J. Bradnack, Benjamin E. Brown; 

9, Alonzo A. Townsend, Henrv R. Hill, Major <i. La F<»rge: 

10, Julius Twiss, Frank S. Piatt, A. Wilson Holmes: 11, Alfred 
X. Wheeler, Herbert Jones, Edgar A. Johnson; 12, Michael 
Eagan, 2d, Michael Scally, Thomas G. W. Jefferson. City Clerk, 



132 CITIES. 

James P. Piggott. Treasurer, Harmanus M. Welch. Auditor, 
Charles Kimberly. Sheriff, Thos. C. Hollis. Judge of City 
Court, Joseph Sheldon; Asst. Judge, John P. Studley. Fire 
Marshal, Andrew J. Kennedy. Chief Engineer, A. C. Hendrick. 
Inspector of Streets, Patrick Doyle. Chief of Police, Charles 
Webster. 

New London. Mayor, Robert Coit. Aldermen, George 
F. Tinker, William A. Holt, Abner N. Sterry, Horace Coir, 
John E. Darrow, James Fitch, Frank H. Chappell, Wm. H. 
Bently, L. D. Clark. Councilmen, W. Astheimer, George 
Haven. T. M. Allyn, Noel B Gardner, Charles B. Ware, John 
Meade, Stephen Bolles, Frederic H. Harris, J. D. Cronin, M. 
R. Moran, Robert S. Hayes, Wm. E. Greene, W. H. Carroll, 
P. C. Dunford. F. H. Parmelee. Judge of City and Police 
Court, Charles W. Butler. Assistant Judge, William Belcher. 
Clark of City and Police Court, Reuben Lord, Jr. City Att'y, 
Augustus Brandegee. Assist. Attorney, Ralph Wheeler. Coll., 
E. P. Beckwith. City Sheriffs, Allen Penhallow, James E. 
Metcalf, Timothy Lagrue. Street Com., John H. Brown. En- 
gineer, E. B. Jennings. Inspector of Buildings, Lyman Baker. 
Captain of Police, Andrew J. Quinu. 

Norwich. Mayor, Hugh H. Osgood. Aldermen, Myron 
Sears, John P. Barstow, Robert Brown, Robert A. France. 
Councilmen, Stephen F. Whaley, David S. Gilmour, James A. 
Brown, Wm. H. Armstrong, Jas. H. Arnold, Alvah Francis, 
John Steiner, John Willard. City Clerk, Charles W. Gale. 
City Collector, Charles H. Dillaby. City Treasurer, Charles 
Webb. City Sheriffs, Joseph B. Corey, Joab B. Rogers, 
Judge of City Court, John C. Kellogg; Deputy, Lucius Brown. 
City Attorney, E. C. Cooke. Corporation Counsel, Allen Tenny. 
Clerk of City Court, Wm. S. Congdon. Chief of Police, Z. C. 
Crowell. Captain of Police, Wm. E. Whaley. Street Com., 
Mowry B. Cole. Chief Engineer, Joseph B. Carrier. Water 
Com., Sidney Turner, Wm. M. Williams, Henry L. Parker, 
Robert A. France, Albertus Peckham. Supt. Water Works, 
H. B. Winship. 

South Norwalk. Mayor, Christian Swartz. Councilmen, 
Clarence Nash, John W. Bogardus, John W. Powell, James M. 
Lane, Wm. A. Raymond, Wm. W. Comstock. Coll., James M. 
Lane. Treas., Nelson Taylor, Jr. Auditor, W. S. Hanford. 



BOROUGHS. 133 

Mar-hall, R. E. Kinney. Attorney, Nelson Taylor. Chief of 
Police, Marcus Pelham. Water Com., Alden Solmans, Jacob 
M. Laytin, R. H. Rowan. Treas. Water Fund, Nelson Taylor. 
Waterbury. Mayor, Greene Kendrick. Clerk, Edward 
G. Kilduff. Treas., 'Michael A. Balfe. Auditor, James E. 
Bissell. Sheriff, John W. McDonald. Water Com., Chas. C. 
Commerford, David B. Hamilton, Orville H. Stevens, Charles 
R. Bannon. Aldermen, Alfred J. Shipley, Augustus I. Good- 
rich, Earl A. Smith, Edward L. Bronson, Martin Hellmann, 
Chauncey B. Webster, John J. Connor, James Coughlan. 
Councilmen, G. W. Roberts, A. Oviatt, Thomas Fitzsiraons, Jr., 
W. S. Frost, H. Nelson, C. R. Smith, J. H. Hart, T. R. Martin, 
S. F. Curtis, H. C. Seeley, F. L. Curtis, G. P. Chapman, P. R. 
Halm, W. Farrell, S. \V. Chapman, A. Cunningham, W. C. 
Bannon. John Thompson, J. Healey, A. Wendehack. Chief of 
Police, William Laird. Chief Engineer Fire Dept, A. W. Gold- 
smith. Street Inspector, James M. Colley. City Attorney, 
S. W. Kellogg. Judge of Police Court, George H. Cowell; 
Deputy Judge of Police Court, A. P. Bradstreet. Clerk of 
Courts, Daniel F. Webster. Assistant Citv Attornev, Edward F. 
Cole. 

BOROUGHS. 



Ansonia. Warden, Henry A. Shipman. Burgesses, Mor- 
ris Drew, Patrick B. Fraher, Henry C. Spencer, Samuel B. 
Bronson, Henry C. Cook. Clerk, Egbert S. Bronson. Treasurer, 
Charles H. Pine. Bailiff, Daniel J. Hayes. Assessors, Chester 
A. Hawley, Charles Reed, W. B. Bristol' Auditors, Win. Powe, 
J. G. Redshaw. 

Bethel. Warden, George If. Cole. Clerk, G. B. Andrews. 
Burgesses, Henry Gilbert, E. Starr Judd, Edward B. Rich- 
mond, E. N. Fifleon. Treasurer, George H. Hickok. Bailiff, 
John M. Signor. Chief Engineer, Samuel Kyle. 

Birmingham. Warden, Royal M. Bassett. Burgesses, 
Wm. C. Atwater. A. \V. Phillips," Wm. E. Downes Patrick Mc- 
Manus, Henry Whipple, Henry Somers, John H. Barrow. 
Clerk, John C. Reilly. Treasurer, Theodore S. Bassett. 
Bailiff, Fred'k Baldwin. Fire Wardens, Peter McGovern, 
Orrin F. Lathrop, John Abbott. 

Colchester. Warden, Leander Chapman. Burgesses, E. S. 
Day, W. H. Hayward, W. A. Williams, H. P. Buell, C. H. Bai- 



134 BOROUGHS. 

ley, Wm. Foote. Clerk and Treas., P. R. Strong. Bailiff and 
Collector, N. P. Palmer. 

Danbury. Warden, Levi P. Treadwell. Burgesses, Edward 
S. Davis, Julius Meyers, Samuel C. Holley, Hendrick Barnum, 
Andrew J. Elwell. Clerk, Aaron C. Seeley. Treasurer, Har- 
vey Williams. Bailiff, Franklin C. Hoyt. Auditors, Alfred 
A. Heath, Alson J. Smith. Water Com., James Fry, Turner 
Stevens, David Pearce. 

Danielsonville. Warden, Wm. H. Chollar. Clerk and 
Treas., Edwin L. Palmer. Burgesses, Loren Bates, Samuel 
Hutchins, Henry C. Chamberlin, Ebenezer Scarborough, Wm. 
H. Chapman, Daniel H. Johnson. Bailiff and Coll., Edward S. 
Carpenter. Assess., Caleb W. Knight, Chauncey C. Young, 
Frank G. Bailey. 

Fair Haven East. Warden, Horace B. Strong. Burgesses, 
Jared Wedmore, Wm. A. Wright, Albert Rowe, John F. Hem- 
ingway, C. S. Brown, Henry R. Smith. Clerk, Charles E. 
Bray. Treasurer, A. L. Chamberlain. Assessors, C. W. 
Hemingwav. A. C. Chamberlain, Martin Allen. [Collector, 
Samuel B. Hill. Bailiff, Joseph R. Bradley. 

Greenwich. Warden, John Voorhis. Burgesses, Joseph 
G. Mead, Matthew Merritt, L. P. Jones, A. Foster Higgins, J. 
H. Ray, Zophar Mead. » Clerk and Treas., Frederick A. Hub- 
bard. Collector, Benjamin A. Russell. Bailiff, Charles E. 
Merritt. Attorney, H. W. R. Hoyt. 

Guilford. Warden, John S. Starr. Burgesses, H. W. Leete, 
A. B. Palmer, Beverly Monroe, J. Seymour Benton, George B. 
Spencer, William t. Dowd. Clerk, Harvey W. Spencer. 
Treasurer, Henry S. Wedmore. Assessors, L. R. Elliott, 
George L. Griswold. 

Norvvalk. Warden, William H. Smith. Burgesses, Clar- 
ence B. Coolidge, James G. Gregory, Charles P. Turney, Addi- 
son A. Betts, Gerardus P. Adams, George B. St. John/ Clerk, 
Charles P. Woodbury. Assistant Clerk, William E. Montgom- 
ery. Treasurer, Robert S. Crauford. Collector, Elbert Cur- 
tis*. Bailiff, Legrand C. Betts. Water Commissioners, Win- 
field S. Moody, A. C. Golding, Charles E. St. John. Assessors, 
Joseph B. Ells, D. Warren Fitch. Burr Smith. Board of Relief, 
Isaac Demmon, James Finney, William E. Dann. Fire Inspect- 
or, William B. Newcomb. Health Inspector, Joseph Tammany. 
Surveyor, C. G. Wood. Chief Engineer, J. Thornton Prowitt. 

Stafford Springs. Warden, G. C. Parkess. Burgesses, 
James McLaughlin, Alvarado Howard, A. Adams, John Bros- 



KOROUGIIS. 135 

nan, C. J. Holmes, Wm. A. Comins. Clerk and Treas., Wm. R. 
Small. Collector, J. J. Gallivan. Bailiff, Louis Helm. Regis- 
trars, W. P. SweeNer, J. W. Chandler. Assessors, A. Howard, 
Lyman Cushman, M. P. Shahan. Hoard of R., A. Holt, J. A. 
Medbury, Florence McCarthy. 

Stamford. Warden, Chas. A. Hawley. Burgesses, Edwin 
S. Hollv, Warren H. Taylor, Erastus E. Scotield, George H. 
Hoyt, William D. Smith, Dwight Waugh, George W. Dean. 
Clerk, Edward W. Riker. Collector, Francis R. Leeds. Treas- 
urer, George W. Glendinning. Bailiff, Charles U. Daskham. 

Stonington. Warden, Albigence Hvde. Burgesses, Joshua 
Haley, A. B. Miller, X. H. Gates, George 1). Brown, F. B. 
Xoyes, 0. D. Chesebro. Clerk and Treas., .J. S. Anderson. 
Bailiff and Coll., Horace H. Lewis. Assessor, John R. Chese- 
bro. Street Com., X. G. Smith, W. F. Reynolds, X. H. Gates. 

Wallingford. Warden, B. A. Treat. Burgesses, R. H. 
Cowles, J. C. Mansfield, W. J. Leavenworth, P. McKenna, Al- 
bert D. Judd, Martin P. O'Connell. Clerk, C. H. Brown. Coll., 
K. S. Austin. Treas., T. Pickford. Assessor, Henry Martin. 
Auditor, Henry L. Hall, 1st. Bailiff. L. A. Northrop.' 

West Haven. Warden, Israel K. Ward. Bunre—es, Geo. 
R. Kelsey, James Graham, Rollin W. Hine, Charles K. Bush, 
Edward L. Kimberley, Clarence E. Thompson. Clerk, Edward 
W. Wilmot. Collector, Walter A. Main. Treasurer, Alonzo F. 
Wood. Auditor, Harry I. Thompson. Assessors, Samuel 
L Smith, Stephen E. Booth, Leman G. Atwood. Bailiff, Squire 
S. Hyde. 

Wkst Stratiokd. Warden, E. E. Price. Burgesses, 
John Umstratter, Wheeler Hawley, Charles L. Price, Milo 
Loomis, Joseph Johnson. Clerk, Charles H. Hinman. Treas- 
urer, H. B. Drew. Collector, Farrel O'Reillv. Bailiff, George 
Baker. Attorney, V R. C. Giddings. 

WlLUMAHTlO. Warden, Roderick Davison. Burgesses, Chas. 
S. Billings, George M. Harrington, John M. Alpaugh, Henry L. 
Hall, Andrew J. Kimball, John G. Keigwin. Clerk and Trea>., 
Charles A. Capen. Collector, Lucius M. Sessions. Bailiff, 
Giles R. Young. 

WlltSTBD. Warden, Wilbur F. Coe. Burgesses, Elizur B. 
Parsons, Charles B. Andrews, William Y. Barclay, Lawrence 
McDermott, Chas. B. Andrews, William V. Hartley, Alfred 
K. Moore, George W. Phelps. Clerk and Treas., Henry H. 
Drake. Bailiff, Joseph H. C. Batchelder. Street Com.* Ed- 
ward Finn. Water Com., Edward E. Culver, John E. Pine, 
Henry H. Drake. 



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CLERGY AND ECCLESIASTICAL STATISTICS. 
CONGREGATIONAL. 

GENERAL ASSOCIATION OF CONNECTICUT. 

Founded 1709. Composed of ministers, delegates from fifteen 
Associations. Meets at Middletown, June 20, 1882; Rev. W. H. 
Moore, Hartford, Registrar and Treasurer. 

GENERAL CONFERENCE OF THE CONGREGATIONAL CHURCHES 
OF CONNECTICUT. 

Formed 1867; composed of ministers and laymen, delegates 
from four Consociations and twelve Conferences; office at 
Memorial Hall, Hartford. Rev. W. H. Moore, Hartford, Regis- 
trar and Statistical Secretary; Rev. Lavalette Perrin, Hart- 
ford, Annalist; Charles A. Sheldon, New Haven, Treasurer; 
E. B. Bowditch, New Haven, Auditor; Standing Committee, 
Rev. Messrs. Charles R. Palmer, George W. Banks, Myron S. 
Dudley, William H. Moore, Dea. Charles Northend, Dea. Rich- 
ard E. Ried. 

Missionary Society of Connecticut. Directors, Rev. 
Messrs. Willard, Burton, Gallup, Hazen, Hawes, Hillard, Hal- 
lock, Scoville, VVilliams, and Messrs. Crump, Stickney, North- 
rop, Eldridge, Camp. Secretary, Rev. Wm. H. Moore, Hartford. 
Treasurer, Ward W. Jacobs, Hartford. Auditor, John W. 
Stickney, Rockville. Agent for Memorial Hall estate, Rev. 
Lavalette Perrin, Hartford. 

Fund for Ministers. Trustees, Sec, Treas., and Auditor 
same as the Directors of the Miss. Soc. Conn. 

Number of Churches, 297 ; pastors, 130 ; acting pastors, 124 ; 
communicants, 55,202. 

CLERGY. 

Those marked * have no pastoral care. Those marked f belong to the 
Presbytery. 

Adams, A. C. Thompson Avery, Fred. D. Columbia 

Adams, F. H. New Hartford Avery, Jared R.* Groton 

Anderson, Jos. Waterbury Avery, John Ledyard 

Arms, H. P. Norwich Town Aver, Chas. L. Somersville 

Armstrong, E. P. Killingworth Ayres, Milan C. Southington 

Atwater, E. E.* New Haven Bacheler, F. E. M. Woodstock 

Atwood, E. F. Bridgewater Backus, Jabez Chester 



CLERGY. 



137 



Backus, J. W. Rockville 

Bacon, E. W. New London 

Bacon, L. W. Norwich 

Bacon, Thomas R. New Haven 
Baird, John G.* Hartford 

Baldwin, Elijah C. New Haven 
Banks, Geo. W. Guilford 

Barber, C. H. Torringford 

Barber, Luther H. Bolton 

Barbour, W. M. Yale College 
Barclay, Thos. D.* Kent 

Barnum, S. W.* New Haven 
Bartlett, H. M. Pom fret 

Bayne, J. S. Portland 

Beach, John W.* Wind'r Locks 
Beach, Nath. Mansfield 

Beard, EL S. Brooklvn 

Beard, Wm. H. So. Killingly 
Beardslev, B. B.* Bridgeport 
Bell, R. C Broad Brook 

Berrv, L. F. IMantsville 

Billings, R. S. North Stamford 
Billman, Howard Southbury 
Bingham, E. B.* Rockville 

Bissell, Oscar Westford 

Bissell, E. C, Prof. Hartford 
Bissell, S.B. S. (Sec.) Norwalk 
Bliss, J. H. Clinton 

Bonar, J. B. New Milford 

Bond, Alvan* Norwich 

Bonney, N. G. Hanover 

Bos worth, Q. If. Lebanon 

Bourne, J. R. Sharon 

Bowman, Geo. A.* So.Windsor 
Bradley, 0. F. Derby 

Brandt, C. E.* Farmington 

Breed, David* Lebanon 

Brooks, C. S. Putnam 

Bryan, Geo. A. Preston 

Bryant, S. J. South Britain 
Bryant. Sidney* South Britain 
Bullard, C. H.'(Sec) Hartford 
Burr, Enoch F. Lyme 

Burr, Zalmon B.* , South port 



Burroughs, li. R Fairfield 

Burton, Nathan' 1 ) . Hartford 
Carter, S. B. Westminster 

Cary, W. B. Old Lyme 

Chamberlain, L. T. Norwich 
Chase, Austin S.* Windsor 

Che-ebrough, A. S. Durham 
Clark, Daniel J. East Haven 
('lark, Henry* Avon 

Clarke, W. B. Griswold 

Cleaveland, J. B. Granby 

Clift, Wm. Hadlyme 

Colton, Erastus Willington 

Colver, Andrew W. Woodbury 
Colton, Willis S. Warren 

Conkling, B. D. Watertown 
Cooper, James W. New Britain 
Couch, Paul Mystic Bridge 
Countryman, F. Georgetown 
Curtiss, George Hartford 

Curtis, Lucius* Hartford 

Curti>s, W. B.* No. Branford 
Cutting, Chas. Montville 

Davenport, J. G. Waterbury 
Davies, T. E. Unionville 

Day, Geo. E. Yale College 

Day, Guy B.* Bridgeport 

Day, Henry N.* New Haven 
Day, TheoTL. Talcottville 

Denison, A. C. Middlefield 

Denison, Daniel Cobalt 

Dennen, S. R. New Haven 

Dingwell, Jas. Danielsonville 
Doolittle, E. J.* Wallingford 
Douglass, Sol. J.* New Haven 
Douglas, Thomas Harwinton 
Drake, C. W.* North Guilford 
Dudley, Martin* Easton 

Dudley, M. S. Cromwell 

Dunning, EL N. So. Norwalk 
Dwight,Timothv Yale College 
Edwards, G. L.* Hartford 

Elderkin. John Ekonk 

Elliot, H. B.* New Haven 



138 



Elliott, J. E. Newington 

Emerson, E. B.* Stratford 

Fellows, S. H.* Wauregan 

Fellows, F. E. Bozrah 

Fessenden, T. K.* Farmington 
Fisher, Geo. P. Yale College 
Flanders, Chas. N. So. Windsor 
Forbes, S. B. Rockville 

Free, S. R. Willimantic 

Freeland, S. M. Thomaston 
Frost, D. C* Killingly 

Frost, D. D.* Danburv 

Gage, W. L. Hartford 

Gallup, James A. Madison 

Gardner, Austin Buckingham 
Gaylord, S. D. West Avon 

Gidman, R. H. North Madison 
Gilbert, W. H. (Agt.) So. No'wk 
Gleason, Charles H. Somers 
Gleason, J. F. Norfolk 

Glidden, Kiah B. Mansfield C. 
Goldsmith, Alfred* Hampton 
Goodell, J. H. Windsor Locks 
Goodenough, Arthur,Winchst'r 
Gordon, G. A. Greenwich 

Gregg, J. B. Hartford 

Greenleaf, Jos.f New Canaan 
Griffin, George H. Milford 

Griggs, Leverett* Bristol 

Griggs, L. S. Terryville 

Griswold, J. B.* East Haddnm 
Grosvenor, C. P.* Pomfret 

Hall, Alexander Plainville 

Hall, E. E.* New Haven 

Hallock, L. H. W. Winsted 

Hallock, Wm. A. Bloomfield 
Hamilton, John A. Nor walk 
Harris, Samuel Yale College 
Harrison, George J. Milton 
Hart, Burdett New Haven 

Hart, Henry E. Franklin 

Hart, Wm/ Westport 

Harvey, J. P. Marlboro 

Hartranft, C. D. Prof. Hartford 



Hartshorne, J. W. Colebrook 
Hatch, F. S. West Hartford 
Hawes, Edward New Haven 
Hawley, Jno. P. Westerley, R.I. 
Hazen, Azel W. Middletown 
Hazen, Timothy A. Goshen 
Headley, T. B. H. So. Coventry 
Herrick, Henry* N. Woodstock 
Herrick, E. P. Sherman 

Hicks, L. W. Wethersfield 

Higgins, L. H. Mt. Carmel 

Hill, Charles J. Middletown 
Hillard, Elias B. Plymouth 
Hine, Orlo D. Lebanon 

Hine, Sylvester* Hartford 

Hoisington, H. R. Coventry 
Hollev, Piatt T.* Bridgeport 
Holman, W. H. Southport 

Hopkinson, B. B. Lyme 

Hoppin, J. M* Yale College 
Hovey, H. C. New Haven 

Howard, W. Poquonock 

Hovt, James P. Newtown 

Hubbard, D. B. Canton C. 

Hubbell, J. W. Danbury 

Hub bell, Stephen* New Haven 
Hull, E. O.f Ellsworth 

Hunt, Nathan S.* Bozrah 

Huntress, E. S. Killinglv 

Hurd, A. C. Taftville 

Isham, Austin New Preston 
Isham, Joseph H. Cheshire 

Ives, Joel S. E. Hampton 

Jennings, Wm. J. Redding 

Jewett, S. D * Middlefield 
Jones, C. M. Eastford 

Jones, David E. Roxbury 

Jorden, F.F. Torrington Hol'w 
Karr, Wm. S. Hartford 

Keeler, S. M. Milford 

Keep, John R.* Hartford 

Kellogg, George N. Jewett City 
Kelsey, H. S. New Haven 

Kendall, S. C. Ellington 



CLERGY. 



139 



Kitehel, C. L. Salisbury 

Knight, Merrick E. Hartlaud 
Knouse, Wm. H. Deep River 
Kopf, J. H. Canterbury 

Lamb, E. E. Collinsville 

Lee, Timothy J. Winsted 

Leete, T. A.* Northford 

Leonard, Edwin Morris 

Leonard, S. C. Naugatuck 

Lewis, EL E. Haddam 

Livermore, A. R.* New Haven 
Loper, Stephen A.* Hadlyme 
Lum, Samuel Y. New Fairfield 
Mack, J. A. Gilead 

Mallory, W. W. Hartford 

Mann, Joel* New Haven 

Marshall, H. G. Middlebury 
Marvin, S. P. Woodbridge 

McCall, Salmon E. Haddam 
Mclntyre, A. Long Ridge 

McLean, Allan Litchfield 

McLeod, A. J. Groton 

McLaughlin, D. D. T.* Litch'd 
McNeille, R. G. S. Bridgeport 
Mead, H. B Stonington 

Meredith, Richard E. Hartford 
Meserve, I. C. New Haven 

Merwin, Nathan T. Trumbull 
Merwin, S. J. M.* Wilton 

Miller, Wm* Rocky Hill 

Miner, Nathaniel* Salem 

Moore, Daniel M. Falls Village 
Moore, Wm. E. B. West StaflTd 
Moore, W. H.(St. Miss.) H'tfd 
Morris, M. N.* West Hartford 
Morris, C. S. A-hford 

Moses, Dighton Westchester 
Munson, Fred'k, Haddam Neck 
Murphy, Thomas D. Centreb'k 
Noyes, G. W. New Haven 

Oaklev, E. C. Essex 

Oliphant, Chas. H. Mystic Bdge 
Ordway, Jairus Salem 

Osborne, C. P. Branford 



Palmer, Chas. R. Bridgeport 
Palmer, Elliot* Portland 

Palmer, Wm. S. Norwich 

Parker, Edwin P. Hartford 
Parmelee, E. H. Lebanon 

Parsons, John Woodstock 

tfcvson. E. P. Ansonia 

reck, Whitman* New Haven 
Perrin, Lavalette Torrington 
Pettibone, Ira Winchester 

Phipps, Wm. H. Prospect 

Pierce, Asa C. Brookfield C. 
Pope, H. W. No. Manchester 
Porter, N. Pres. Yale College 
Potter, Frank C. Stanwich 

Pot win, Thos. S.* Hartford 
Pratt, D. M. Higganum 

Pratt, Llewellyn Prof. Hartford 
Putnam, Austin New Haven 
P\ke, Chas.* Waterbury 

Rankin, S. G. W. Glastonbury 
Raymond, A. C* New Haven 
Relyea, Benj. J. Greens Farms 
Reynolds, W. T. North Haven 
Richardson, E. H. New Britain 
Riddle, Matthew B. Hartford 
Robbins, S. W. Manchester 
Root, F. S. Sevmour 

Russell, Charles H.* Bridgep't 
Sanborne, Geo. E.* Hartford 
Sanford, E. B. (Ed.) Thomaston 
Savage, .1. W. No. Stonington 
Scoles, R. Nepaug 

Scoville, Samuel Stamford 

Scudder, Wm. W. Glastonbury 
Seeley, Nicholas J. Avon 

Sessions, J. W.* Westminster 
Sexton, W. D. Old Savbrook 
Seymour, Bela N. Vernon 

Seymour, Chas. N. Tolland 
Sharpe, Andrew* llebr n 

Sliipmau, T. L.* Jewett City 
Smith, Asa B.* Rocky Hill 
Smith, Burritt A.* Middletown 



140 CLERGY. 

Smith, Ed. A. Farmington Turner, \V. W.* Hartford 

Smith, James A.* Unionville Twichell, Joseph H. Hartford 
Snow, F. E. Oxford Upson, Henrv* New Preston 

Southworth, Alden* Woodstock Vaill, H. M. " Staffordville 

Squires, N. J. West Haven Vorce, J. H. Kent 

Staats, Henry T. Bristol Walker, G. L. Hartford 

Stanton, Robert P.* Norwi<# Waters, Geo. F. Bethel 

Starr, E. C Northfield Weitzel, C. T. Norwich Town 

Steele, C. E.* New Britain Welch, Moses C.* Hartford 

St. John, S. N.* Georgetown White, 0. H. New Haven 

Stoddard, J. B.* Cheshire White, S. J. Cornwall 

Stone, E. G. West Suffield Whittlesev, Joseph* Berlin 

Stowe, Calvin E.* Hartford Whittlesey, Wm.* New Haven 
Sturges, T. B.* Greenfield Hill Wilcox, A. H. Plainfield 

Sullivan, Andrew J. Greenev'le Willard, S. G. Colchester 

Swan, B. L.f Monroe Willard, James L. Westville 

Symington, Chariest Suffield Williams, Francis Chaplin 

Taylor, John P. New London Willis, J. G. Lisbon 

Taylor, F. H. Guilford Wilson, John S.* Bridgeport 

Taylor, Graham Hartford Wilson, G. C. Windsor 

Teller, Daniel W. New Haven Winch, G. W. Enfield 

Tenney, H. M. Wallingford Winslow, Horace* Simsbury 
Thompson, Frank Wilton Winter, Alpheus Hartford 

Thompson, Wm.(Prof.) Hartf'd Wood, George I.* Ellington 
Thomson, W. J. So. Glastonb'y Wood, M. C. Burlington 

Thrall, G. S. Bridgeport Wood, Wm.* No. Branford 

Thrall, J. B. Derby Woodruff, H. C.f Black Rock 

Tillotson, Geo. J.* Weth'rs'fld Woodworth F. G. Wolcott 

Todd, John E. New Haven Woodworth, W. W. Berlin 

Tomblen, C. L. Simsbury Woolsey, T. D.* New Haven 

Tomlinson J. A. Westbrook Wright, Wm. S.* Glastonbury 
Tomlinson, J. L.* Cromwell WyckorT, J. L. R. Woodbury 
Tuck, J. W.* Middletovvn 



BAPTIST. 
CONNECTICUT BAPTIST CONVENTION. 

Annual Meeting, 3d Tuesday in October. 

President, Rev. A. J. Sage, D.D., Hartford; Vice-Presi- 
dent, Rev. G.H. Minor, New Britain; Secretary, Rev. Thos. A. 
T. Hanna, Plantsville; Statistical Secretary, Rev. F. B. 
Dickinson, Ansonia; Assistant Statistical Secretary, 
Elizur Cook, Hartford; Treasurer, James Lockwood, Hart- 
ford; Auditor, G. F. Davis, Hartford. 



CLBBOT. 



141 



Trustees, Rev. Messrs. Lathrop, Palmer, Woods, Stiller, 
Hubbard, Folwell, Stubbert, Taylor, Pogson, Brown, Frost, Pot- 
ter, Phelps, Samson, and J. B. Hoyt, J. L. Howard, J. W. 
Dimock. Taylor, Herr, Gaston, Piddock, Everts, Randal), 
Rowe, E. Morgan, J. W. Manning, Edward Miller, James 
Neweomb, W. H. Potter, George Ailing, Isaac Anderson, C. F. 
Setchel, W. S. Bronson, If. E. Morris. 

Associations consist of pastors and delegates from each 
Church. 

ASSOCIATIONS AND CLERKS. 

Hartford, Rev. D. Dewolf, Bristol. 
New Haven, Charles P. Ives, Meriden. 
New London, Rev. W. E. Bates, Waterford. 
Fairfield Count v, H. M. Prowitt, Nor walk. 
Ashford, Rev. \V. H. Randall, Thompson. 
Stonington Union, Rev. E. Dewhurst, Mystic. 

ASSOCIATIONS AND ANNUAL MEETINGS. 

Hartford, 2d Wed. Oct. Stonington Union, 3d Wed. June. 

New Haven, 1st Wed. Oct. Ashford, 1st Wed. Sept 
New London, 3d Wed. Sept. Fairfield, 4th Wed. Sept. 

Number of Churches, 119; Pastors, 97 ; other ordained Minis- 
ters, 41; Licentiates, 6; Baptisms, 588; Communicants, 20,830. 

Baptist Education Society. — Pres., Edward Miller, 
Vice-Presidents, Rev. Messrs. J. K. Wilson, M. H. Pogson, 
Sec, Rev. G. H. Minor, New Britain; Treas., G. F. Davis, Hart- 
ford; Executive Committee, Rev. Messrs. Stone, Piddock, 
Everts, Folwell, and John W. Lamb. 



CLERGY. 



Allen, N. T. 
Ambler, E. C* 
Atkins, Irenus* 
Ball, A. H. 
Bailey, Simon B. 
Ballard, Joseph* 
Batchelder, F. L. 
Bates, W. E. 
Beardsley, E. N. 
Benedict, N. I). 
Benedict, T.* 
Bentlev, K. D. 



Groton 

Danburv 

Bristol 

Fair Haven 

Mystic 

Nor walk 

Stafford 

Waterford 

North ville 

No. Colebrook 

Nor walk 



Bestor, F.* 
Bond, E. P. 
Bowles, R. H. 
Braithwaite, C. 
Bronson, A. C. 
Bronson, J. J. 
Brown, A. B. 
Brown, Joseph P. 
Brown, L. S. 
Brown, Wm. L. 
Burleigh, Lucian* 
Butter worth, J. 



Hartford 

Wethersfield 

New Hartford 

Voluntown 

Lebanon 

Warrenville 

Hartford 

N. London 

Tolland 

Voluntown 

Plainfield 

Colchester 



142 



Carr, W. C. Danielsonville 

Carter, S. S.* Clinton 

Chandler, A. J. Clinton 

Chaplin, A. J. Mansfield 

Chapman, B. F.* Andover 

Chapman, D. F. Pendleton Hill 
Christie, W. W. Hartford 

Crocker, W. Haddam 

Denison, A. E. North Lyme 
Dewhurst, E. Mystic 

Dewolf, D. Bristol 

Dickinson, F. B. Ansonia 

Dickinson, T. N.* Essex 

Dowling, Thos. Tolland 

Everts, W. W. Jr., Hartford 
Fitch, L. New London 

Folwell, G. W. Waterbury 

Foster, J. C* New London 
Frost, C. C. Norwich 

Gage, L.* North Woodstock 
Gale, S.* Mystic River 

Ga Nun, G. J. New Haven 

Garton, J. V. Meriden 

Goodwin, Wm. No. Colebrook 
Gregory, Alva* Easton 

Hanna, T. A. T. Plantsville 
Harris, Wm.* Old Lvme 

Hart, L. B. Bristol 

Hepburn, J.* Gaylordsville 
Herr, J. D. " Norwich 

Hill, E. S. Preston 

Hinckley, G. W. Rainbow 

Holman* G. W. Willimantic 
Holman, J. W. East Lyme 

Howard, Amasa* Wethersifield 
Howell, S. Noank 

Hubbard, A. C. Danbury 

Ingersoll, W. M. Bridgeport 
R. Jennings, Deep River 

Jerome, E. M. New Haven 

Judd, T. 0.* Montowese 

Keeney, Curtis* Groton 

Knapp, S. J. Essex 

Kratz, Fred. Danbury 



Lamb, J. C. Haddam 

Latham, T. T. Suffield 

Lathrop, Edw. Stamford 

Lester. Geo. H. Chesterfield 
Lord, W. K. Plantsville 

Lovell, Andrew S. Andover 
Lyon, D. D. Chesterfield 

Marten. Z. New Haven 

Martin, R. M. Deep River 

Mason, W. South Windsor 

Mathewson, E.P. No.Stoningt'n 
Mathewson, P. No. Ashford 
Mattison, N. H.* Norwich 

Maynard, M. P.* New London 
Miller, E. C. Poquonock Bridge 
Minor, G. H. New Britain 

Moehlman, J. H. Meriden 

Morgan, H. A. Middletown 
Nichols, C. N. Warrenville 

Nichols, G. E. Southington 

Noble, James G. Chester 

Ogden, E. M. Rowayton 

Palmer, A. G. Stonington 

Palmer, T. R. Suffield 

Phelps, S. D. (Ed.) Hartford 
Perkins, Stephen Chesterfield 
Phillips, J. M. Willimantic 

Piddock, C. A. Middletown 
Pinkham, N. J. Thompson 

Pogson. M. H. Bridgeport 

Potter, C. W. Willington 

Randall, Wm. H. Thompson 
Robinson, A. A. Winthrop 

Ross, James G. New Haven 
Rowe, C. C. Mystic River 

Sage, A. J. " Hartford 

Samson, T. S. New Haven 

Sargent, 0- C. Jewett City 
Shailer, Davis T.* Haddam 
Sherwood, D. W. Stepney 

Shipman, J. N. Moosup 

Silliman, S. G.* Bridgeport 
Smith, H. G.* Bantam Falls 
Smith, H. P. Wallingford 



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Smith, C. C 
Smith, Wm. A.* 
Smith, W. B. 
Stevens, H. S. 
Stifler, J. If. 
Stone, George M. 
Stubbert, J. R. 
Swan, J. S.* 
Taylor, J. M. 
Tefit, Albert B. 
Temple, J. F. 
Terry, Thomas 
Towne, K. S. 
Viets, A. P.* 



Bran ford 

Groton 

Woodstock 

Cromwell 

New Haven 

Hartford 

Suffield 

New London 

South Norwalk 

New London 

Rackersville 

Brooklyn 

IMainville 

Waterburv 



Wakeman, L. H.* Stamford 
Walden, W. N. Montville 

Walker. Wm. C* Andover 
Warren, John* Black Rock 
Watrous, A. D.* Deep River 
Weaver, S. J. Norwich 

Whittemore. R. K.* Clinton 
Wilcox, A. J. Greeneville 

Willett, C. Suffield 

Wilson, James E. Southington 
Wilson, J. K. New London 

Woolsey, J. J.* Stamford 

Woods,* B. A. New London 
Wynne, R. D. Norwich 



PROTESTANT EPISCOPAL. 
DIOCESE OF CONNECTICUT. 

Annual Convention, 2d Tuesday in June, place to be appoint 
ed by the Bishop. 
Rt. Rev. JOHN WILLIAMS, D.D., LL.D , Middletown, Bishop. 

Standing Committer. — Rev. Drs. Beardsley, Pynchon, 
Deshon, Tatlock, and Rev. Mr. Seymour. Secretary <>f 
CoNVENTi<>N,Rev. Charles H. B. Tremaine. New Haven; Assist- 
ant Secretary, Rev. Edwin S. Lines, West Haven. Treas- 
urer, F. J. Kingsbury, Waterburv. Registrar, Rev. Samuel 
Hart, Hartford. 

Missionary Society of the Diocese of Connecticut. 
Directors, Rt. Rev. John Williams, Rev. Dr. Tatlock, Rev. Dr. 
Giesy, Rev. Dr. Olmstead, Rev, Messrs. Goodwin, McCon- 
nell, Seymour, and J. C. Hollister, Benj. Stark (Sec. and Treas.), 
Flisha Johnson, Walton Ferguson, Charles A. Warren, Robert 
G. Pike. 

Church Scholarship Society. — Board of Education, Rt. 
Rev. John Williams, Rev. Dr. Pynchon, Rev. Messrs. K. K. John- 
son, Francia (rood win, W. F. Nichols (Sec. and Trees. 
F. Giesy, C. M. Selleck. and Chas. H. Northam. Samuel I av- 
lor, L. J. Hendee, A. C. Goodman, F. J. Kingsbury, G. W. 
Russeii. 



144 CLERGY. 

Aged and Infirm Clergy, and Widows' Fund. — Trus- 
tees, Rt. Rev. John Williams, Rev. Dr. Vibbert, Rev. E. Harwood, 
Rev. Dr. Olmstead, J. W. Fowler, J. C. Hollister (Treas.), F. 
J. Kingsbury. 

CLERGY. 

Adams, Chas. G. Southport Darby, Henry . Bridgeport 
Andrews, Wm. G. New Haven Davis, Sheldon Ansonia 

Ashley, Richard K. Windham Denslow, H. M. New Haven 
Babcock, E. W. New Haven Deshon, Giles H. Meriden 

Barbour, J. H. Hartford Duffield, S. B. Monroe 

Barnett, F. W. Wilton Eddy, Clavton* Northford 

Bartlett, Josiah M. Essex Ellsworth,\T. W. Hebron 

Bates, John M. West Hartford Elwood, David M. Southport 
Breman, A. E. Unionville Fitch, Henrv* New Haven 

Beardsley, E. E. New Haven Fitzgerald, J. H. Milford 

Beck with, I.T. (Prof.)Trin. Col. Fogg, T. B* Brooklyn 

Bennett, L. T. Guilford French, Louis Darien 

Betts, John H. So. Manchester Fuller, S. (Prof.) Middletown 
Bielbv, Wm. F. Putnam Gardiner, E. C. Hartford 

Bingham, J. F. Hartford Gardiner, F. (Prof.) Middlet'n 

Binney, John (Prof.) Middlet'n Garfield, N. L. New Haven 
Bishop, David Tariffville George, J. F. Woodbury 

Bishop, E. F.* Bridgeport Giesy, Sam'l H. Norwich 

Bodley, H. I. Canaan Gilliland, J. D. Plymouth 

Bostwick,Wm. L.* New Britain Goldslordong, A. Stonington 
Brathwaite, F. W. Stamford Goodrich, J. B. Windsor 

Brewster, Joseph New Haven Goodridge, Ed. Warehouse P'nt 
Brown, E. R. New Milford Goodwin, Francis* Hartford 

Brush, Jesse New Canaan Gregory, Henry T. Groton 

Buck, Geo. Hartford Harriman, F. D. Portland 

Buckingham, W. B. N. London Harriman, F. W. Portland 

Bulkley, Wm. H. Nashua Hart, Samuel (Prof.) Trin. Col. 

Chapman, A. T. Mid. Haddam Harwood, Edwin New Haven 
Ciapp, H. S. Wethersfield Henry, Francis A. Ridgefield 

Clark, Geo. H.* Hartford Horton, Sanford J. Cheshire 

Clarke, Sylvester Bridgeport Hoyt, R. B. Norwalk 

Coit, T. W. (Prof.) Middletown Huntington, J. T. Hartford 
Colburn, Wm. B. Bridgewater Hyde, Joseph W. Stamford 
Coleman, W. B., Jr. Collinsville Jacocks, J. G. New Haven 
Coley, James E. Westport Jarvis, S. F. Brooklyn 

Cooley, Wm. C. Roxbury Jewett, Edgar H. Norwich 



14.-) 



Johnson, E. E. Hartford Scott. James L. Bristol 

Johnson, W. A. Salisbury Selleck, Charles M. Norwalk 

Kellev, C. W. Yantic Seymour, S. 0. Litchfield 

Knowles, W. C. Killingworth Shears, A. G. New Haven 

Lewi*, A. X. Westport Shepard, P. L. Old Saybrook 

Lindsley, ( Riverton Sherman, H. M. Wolcottville 

Lines, F. S. New Haven Simonson, L. Hartford 

Lombard, J. K. Fairfield Sloan, Arthur Stratford 

Lounsbury, G. E. Norwalk Smith, Geo. H. Yalesville 



North Haven Spencer, Win. G., So. Norwalk 

Norwich 

Winsted 

Watertown 

Bantam 

Kent 

McConnelL S. D. Middletown Sumner, Wm. G.( Prof.) Yale C. 



Lusk. Wm.. Jr, 

Marble, N K. Newtown Spooner, C. A.* 

Marks, W. L. North Guilford Stanley, G. M. 
Mason, Arthur* Hartford Stoddard, James 

Mathison R. L. Poquotannock Stone, Hiram 
Maxcy, E. W. Bridgeport Sturgis, Isaac C, 



McCook, J. J. East Hartford Tarrant, H. East Haven 

McNulty, R. Waterbury Tatlock, William Stamford 

Meyrick. H. L. Sandy Hook Torrence, Geo. P. Long Hill 
Micon, R. W. Waterbury 1 home, R. T. New Haven 

Miller, A. Douglas Middletown Townsend, H.* New Haven 
Morris, L. F. Bethany Townsend, Jonn Middletown 

Nichols, W. F. Hartford Tremaine, C. H. B. New Haven 

Ockford, T. S. Thomaston Tuttie, Ruel H.* Windsor 

Olmstead, Henry Branford Van Buren, Jas. H. Seymour 

Pardee, J. D. S.* Mvstic Bridge Vibbert, Wm. E. Fair Haven 
Pattison, F. C. Bethel Vinton, A. H. Pomfret 

Peck, William L. Marbledale Walker, Millidge Lime Rock 
Bridgeport Warner, Beverly F.Manchester 
Pine Meadow Warner, G. R. Huntington 

Clinton Watson. John H. Ha: 

Bridgeport Welton, X. A. Redding Ridge 



Pine, G. S. 
Porter, T. A. 
Potter, Collis I. 
Powers, H. N. 
Purves, John 
Pvnchon, T. R. 
Raftery, Oliver H. 
Randall, H. G 
Randall, A. T. 



New Haven Whaley, P. H. Sharon 

Pre-. Trin.Col. Whitcome. E. L. BrookHeld 

Cheshire White, J. H. >avbrook 

Pomfret Whitlock, H. P. Rock 

Meriden Whittlesey, Elisha Hart 



Richardson, N. S., E. Bridgeport Widdemer, Howard T. Anson ia 

Robinson, . I. P. Bethlehem Wildman, J. E. Walling 

!I. New Britain Williams, J<<hn P. Westport 

Rumney. Geo. East Haddam Witherspoon, 0. Birmingham 

Russell, Francis T. Waterbury Woodward, F. B.* Westville 

rd, Elihu T. Westville Worthington,E.W. West Haven 

rd, I). L. Thom: urdley,H.A.(Prof.)Middl< 

Sanford, D. P. Thompsonyi in, B. M. Greenwich 



146 



METHODIST EPISCOPAL. 

Conferences. — The churches on the east side of the Con- 
necticut River belong to the New England Southern Conference, 
which meets at Fall River, Mass., April 14, 1882, and are about 
equallydivided between the Providence and the Providence North 
Districts. Tiie churches on the west side of the river nearly all 
belong to the New York East Conference, and are embraced in 
the New Haven and New York East Districts; this Conference 
meets April 6, 1882, at Brooklyn, N. Y. A few churches iu the 
northwest corner of the State are attached to the Poughkeepsie 
district of the New York Conference. 

Presiding Elders of Districts. — New Haven, Rev. G. A. 
Hubbell, New Haven; New York East, Rev. Wm. T. Hill, 
Xew Haven; Providence, Rev. D. A. Whedon, D. D , 
Providence, R. I.; Providence North, Rev. M. J. Talbot. 
D. D., Providence, R. I. 

CLERGY. 



Abbott, A. Y. R. Durham 

Abbott, Ira* MMdleburv 

Abbott, L. \V.* Ridgeneld 

Adams, B. M. Meriden 

Adams, J. Q. N. Grosvenordale 
Amidon, Sandfd E. Woodstock 
Anthony, E. M. East Hampton 
Arnold, H. H. Tolland Depot 



Aston, H. 
Avers, E. J. 
A vies, J. R. 
Barton, W. H. 
Belcher, F. J. 



Greenwich 
Moosup 
West Haven 

Thorn aston 
Falls Village 



Buck, C. H. 
Burnes, H. E. 
Cadv, W. 0. 
Carroll, J. M. 
Causey, L. P. 
Church, A. J. 
Clark, R. 
Coburn, G. L. 
Codling, Robert* 



New Haven 

Birmingham 

Portland 

Forestville 

Putnam 

Greeneville 

Danielsonville 

Wethersfield 

Winsted 



Benton, Erastus* Staff dSpr'gs 
Benton, J ..T* Niantic 



Benton, S. 0. 
Bentlev, G. R. 
Bentlev, L. D. 
Blake,* W. 



Bumside 
Wapping 

Norwich 
New Fairfield 



Blood, L. \Y. West Thompson 
Booth, Albert Kensington 

Bray, E. L. Essex 

Brewster, G. W. Danielsonv'le 
Brown, D. L. Mystic 

Brown, Wm. Bethel 



Crawford, M.B Tutor Middlei'n 
Cromlish, John So. Norwalk 
Crook, Robert Middletown 

Cross, S. V. B. East Thompson 
Davenport, Z.* Saugatuck 

Davis, C. S. South Glastonburv 
Davis, J. W.* Waterbury 

Dean, J. A. Mystic 

Dikeman, C. S. Newtown 

Dodge, J. 0. South Coventry 
Douglass, T. W. Mashapaug 
Douglass, W. L. Copper Hill 
Downey, D. G. Rocky Hill 

Dusenberre, G. B. Simsbury 
Dyson, R. D. Voluntown 

Edwards, N. Naugatuck 



147 



Egeleston, A. C. Bristol 

Ellis, W. W. Vernon Depot 

Eldridge, H. S. Yalesville 

- »n,WarrenW.* Thomps'n 
Ewer, C. H. Niantio 

Funis worth, R.W.C. DanTnville 
Fernald, 0. H. Portland 

Field, Julius* Durham 

Fletcher, E. S. Warehouse Pt. 
C. B. Waterbury 

Fuller, G. L.* Norwalk 

Gilman, B. A. Pound Ridge 
Glenk, Frederick New Haven 
Goodenough, A. H. High Ridge 
Goodrich, N. Gale's Ferry 

Go wan, J. C. S. Manchester 
Graves, G. A. New Canaan 

Griffin, D. F. Burlington 

Hammond, Chas. Qoarryville 
Harrington, C. S.(Prof.) Midt'n 
Harris, C. E. New Haven 

Haulenbeck, G. Norwalk 

Haugh, J. S. North Canton 
Hill, A. N [or walk 

Hill, A. S.* New Haven 

Hill, Morris* New Haven 

Hill, Moses* Norwalk 

Hill, W. T. New Haven 

Holden, C. \V. Colchester 

Home, .1. W. Clinton 

Hovt, J. C. Sharon 

Hoyt, W. C* Stamford 

Howson, John Thompsonville 
Bubbell, Geo. A. New Haven 
Hurd, W. W. Bakerville 

James, J. H. Norwich 

Judd, H. Q. Bridgeport 

Kiv, R. Gaylorasville 

Kidder, B. F. Cromwell 

King, G. C. Mystic Bridge 

Kristeller, S. • Bethlehem 

Lansing, I. J. Stamford 

Latham, H. D.* Madison 

I.ippitt, N. G. Norwich 



Livingston, H. W. Madison 
Loomis, R. H. Ansonia 

Love joy, J. Baltic 

Luce, \V. A. Ottawaugan 

Lyon, C. W. Seymour 

McBurnev, S. Willimantic 

McNichol, W. West Stratford 
Mac key, W. A. Canaan 

Mallorv, C. T. Stepnev 

Martin, W. W. Miami's 

Mead, A. H. Watertown 

Mead, Nathaniel* Stamford 
Millett, J. Norfolk 

Mitchell, H.G.(Tutor) Middlet'n 
Moffitt, J. J. Pleasant Valley 
Montgomery, H. Norwich 

Mnnson, J. 0. Redding 

Munson, W. A.* New Haven 
Nash, David Windsor 

Newell, F. C. N. Grosvenordale 
North, C. J. Torrington 

Northrop, A. M. We>t Granby 
Oldham, J. No. Manchester 
Osborn, David Saugatuck 

Osborne, T. G.* Norwalk 

Parker, John* Meriden 

Pease, H. F. Berlin 

Pegg, CM. Georgetown 

Perry, L. P. New Milford 

Pilkington. J. Milford 

Pilsbury, Benjamin Woodbury 
Phelps, B. C* Vernon Depot 
Porter, N. L. Hamden 

Povey, Richard Rockville 

Prentice, Geo. (Prof.) Middlet'n 
Pullman, Joseph West Winsted 
Reynolds, R. K.* New Britain 
Ric~e, W. N. (Prof.) Middleto'n 
Richardson, L. Darien 

Robinson, H. D. New London 
Robinson, J. West Goshen 
Robinson, James Stamford 

Robinson, W. J. So. Britain 
Roden, Robert Bloomtield 



148 



CLERGY, 



Rogers, \V. R. 
Sanford, Isaac* 
Saunders, F. W. 
Saxton, Otis, 
Scofield, Henry 
Scofield, S. W * 
Seaman, S. A. 
Searles, J. E. 
Sherman, J. H. 
Silliman, Cyrus* 
Smith, E. F. 
Smith, Joseph 
Smith, Sylvester 
Smith, S. K. 
Smith, W. F.* 
Spencer, G. C. 
Stebbins, VV. H. 
Steele, W. C. 
Stoddard, W. P. 
Sumner, C. B. 
Tavlor, E. M. 



Morris, R. R. 



Beacon Falls Tavlor, G. L. Ridgefield 

Middlefield Taylor, W. A. Wapping 

West Suffield Taylor, James Monroe 

Rockland Thomas, J. S. Gurleyville 

Easton Thomas, W. A. Guilford 

Stamford Thompson, G. L. Hartford 

Stratford Tinker, E. Norwich 

Bridgeport Toles, S. W. Middlefield 

Versailles Townsend, F. S. Marlborough 

Southport Tregaskis, Jas. StarTordviile 

Moodus Turkington, Wm. Windsorville 

Southport Turkington, W.H. Tolland Cen. 

Roxburv Vinton, Joseph Windsor Locks 

Westville Wake, Wm. Cornwall Bridge 

Middletown Wardell, W. H. New Britain 

Rowayton Watt, T. J. Litchfield 

Southington Webster, W. R. New Haven 

Danbury Westgate,G.L. (Prof.)Middlet'n 

Hockanum White, M. C.(Prof.)New Haven 

Lyme Wing, C. S. Norwalk 

Norwich Woerz, G. J. Hartford 



AFRICAN METHODIST. 
Hartford Houghton, F. M. 



Middletown 



PRESBYTERIAN. 



PRESBYTERY OF WEST CHESTER. 

Meets the 2d Tuesday of April and 1st Tuesday of October. 
CLERGY. 

Those marked * have no pastoral charge. Those marked f 
are pastors of Congregational churches. 

Anderson, Matthew! N. Haven Hammond, Ed.Payson* Vernon 
Barnum, F. S. Thompsonville Hodge, J. Aspinwall Hartford 
Bridgeman, Chester! Torringt'n Huntting, William* Stamford 
Child, T. S.* Hartford Karr, Wm. S.* Hartford 

Davenport, H. A. Bridgeport Lubkert, Ernest H.! Weston 
Elliott, Samuel E.* N. Haven McGiffert, Wm. H.! Orange 
Ely, James* Thompsonville McKelvev, H. A.* Bridgeport 
Gibbs, Daniel* Hartford Mosman, W. I)> New Haven 

Greenleaf,Joseph! New Canaan Northrop, H. D.! New Haven 
Griggs, C. E.* Chaplin Payson, Edward P.! Ansonia 



CLERGY. 



H9 



Read, Hollis* 
Reid, Lewi? H. 

C. H.* 
Sawyer, Rollin A.* 
Terrett, Wm. R.* 



Sharon Fhlfelder, Sigmund* N. Haven 

Canaan Upeoo, C. E.* New Haven 

Bristol Vail, Richard P. H. Stamford 

N. Haven Wyckoff, J. L. R.t Woodbury 

Sharon 



TJNIVERSALIST. 

State Convention meets on the third Wednesday and Thursday 
in September. Rev. J. H. Chapin, Ph. D., Meriden, Pres't; 
Emory Stockwell, Stamford, Viee-Pres't; Jas. E. Bidwell, Mid- 
dletown, Treas. ; Rev. D. M. Hodge, Danbury, Sec'y ; J. E. 
Base, S. Bissell, A.ugu-tus W. Merwio, Directors; Rev. D. If. 
Hodge, Rev. H. P. Osgood, J. L. Lockwood, Committee on 
Fellowship, Ordination, and Discipline. 

The Convention has a Missionary Fund of $18,000. 

Associations. 1. Quinebaug, 'meets the 3d Wed. and Th. 
in June. 

2. Southern, meets 2d Wed. and Th. in June. 
CLERGY. 



Amies, J. H. 
Blackford, L. P. 
Chapin, J. H. 
Davis, S. A. 
Dearborn, W. H. 
Dodge, J. S., Jr. 
Hodge, P. If. 
Houghton, If. H. 



New Haven 
Norwich 
Meriden 
Hartford 
Hartford 
Stamford 
Danbury 

New Haven 



Houghton, F. If. 
Lyon, John 
Maxham, G. V. 
Nash, C. El wood 
Stickne\, W. A. 
Taber, M. W. 
Waldo, J. C. 
Weeks, J. J. 



Middletown 

Bridgeport 

rlbrd 

Stamford 

Cromwell 

Thompsonville 

New London 

Long Ridge 



ROMAN CATHOLIC. 

Diocese of Hartford embraces Connecticut. 
Rt. Rev. Laurence McMahon, Bishop. 
Vicar- General, Thomas Walsh, Meriden. 
CLERGY. 

Brady, Hugh J. Ansonia Cooney, John Haven 

Bray, Bernard New Milford Creedon, John Moosup 

Brodrick, Thos. New London Creighton, P. J. Southingtoii 

Briscoe, Ambrose New Haven Cremmons Denis Fairfield 

Byrne, Michael J. Danbury Desmond. Denis Portland 

Campbell, Jas. F. Manchester Donahoe, Michael Waterbury 

Carmody, Hugh New Britain Donahue, John C. New Britain 

Coleman, Thos. New Haven Donahoe, P. Stafford Springs 



150 



Dougherty, J. B. New Haven 
DuBruycker, F. L. Willimantic 
Duggan, John Waterbury 

Duggan, P. Wolcottville 

Fagan, James Naugatuck 

Fitzpatrick, J. S. New Haven 
Fitzsimons, Luke Collinsville 
Fleming, John Mystic 

Fombrowe, Edw'd Winchester 
Furlong, John Rockville 

GafTney, Eugene Thomaston 
Galligau, Michael J. Ansonia 
Gleason, J. J. New Milford 

Gleason, Joseph M. Thomp'ville 
Harty, W. A. Hartford 

Hughes, James Hartford 

Joynt, T. P. Jewett City 

Keating, P. Westport 

Keeffe, F. Middletown 

Kelly, M. J. Windsor Locks 
Kennedy, P. Birmingham 

Larkin, James New Haven 

Lawler, Patrick New Haven 
Lawlor, Martin Danbury 

Lenehan, John P. New London 
Lynch, Henry Lakeville 

Lynch, Michael J. Hartford 
Lynch, Thomas Westerly, R. I. 
Mallon, Hugh Wallingford 

Marschall, M. Grosvenordale 
Martin, Edward Branford 

McAlenny, Paul Hartford 

McCabe, Bernard Winchester 
McCabe, Philip Hartford 

McCarthy Jas. Newtown 

McGivney, M. J. New Haven 
McMahon, J. H. T. E. Hartford 
Mulcahy, John Thompsonville 



Mulholland, Pat'k Fair Haven 
Murphy, John F. Hampton 

O'Brien, E. J. Hartford 

O'Brien, James C. Hartford 
O'Connell, Patrick E. Bridgep't 
O'Farrell, J. J. Norwich 

Prerton, Thos. Meriden 

Princen, H. Danielsonville 

Quinn, John F. Hartford 

Roddan, M. C. Bristot 

Rogers, John E. Bridgeport 
Rogers, Wm. Stamford 

Ryan, John . Cromwell 

Russell, John Norwalk 

Saracena, Loda Winchester 
Schaele, Jos. New Haven 

Schatlers, J. L. Jewett City 
Shahan, P. P. Norwich 

Sheffry, S. P. New Haven 

Shellv, Thomas Birmingham 
Sheridan, B. O'R. Collinsville 
Sheridan, Philip Chester 

Sheridan, Wm. Lakeville 

Skelley, Peter Manchester 

Slocum, John New Haven 

Smith, Thos. Greenwich 

Sweeney, F. Moosup- 

Synnott, Thos. Bridgeport 

Synnott, Joseph Middletown 
Tierney, M. Hartford 

Thompson, J. Danielsonville 
Trainor, Hugh Norwalk 

Van den Noort, J. Baltic 

Van Opysen, Alphonse Putnam 
Vygen, Eugene J. Putnam 

Walsh, Thaddeus Danbury 

Walsh, Thomas Meriden 

Walsh, Laurence Waterbury 



Catholic Apostolic: S. J. Andrews, Hartford; C. A. G» 
Brigham, E. B. Smith, Middletown; Wm. W. Andrews, Weth- 
ers field. 



If EDI < a I. 151 

Jewish: Victor Rundbacken, !).!>. , Hartford ;Jndah Wechsler, 

Samuel Kohn, New Haven; Casper Brnner, Bridgeport. 

Lutheran German: C. H. Siebke. New Haven; Nicholas 
Soergel, Kockville: Chas. F. W. Rechenberg, Greenwich; C. 
en; T. A. 1 illy. 



MEDICAL. 

CONNECTICUT MEDICAL SOCIETY. 
Annual Meeting. 4th Wednesday of May, 1882. 
President, Wm. Deming, Litchfield. 

i'Ki.s.. Wm. G. Brownson, New Canaan. 
RETARY, 0. W. Chamberlain, Hartford. 
1'reasurer, F. D. Edgertoh, Middletown. 

mmittee of EXAMINATION, D. A. Cleaveland, G. H. 
Preston. John Witter, J. G. Stanton, H. S. Fuller, C. E. Ham- 
mond, Elijah Baldwin, Orlando Brown. 

To Nominate Physicians to the Retreat for Insane, 
Ashbel Woodward, G. L. Piatt, L. Holbrook. C. H. Bill, S. 
G. Risley. 

To Nominate Professors in the Medical Institution 
OF Yale College, G. W. Russell, C. H. Pinney, Isaac G. 
Porter, R. S. Goodwin, If. B. Bennett. 

DiSSERTATOR to the next Convention, N. Nickerson. 
Alternate, G. F. Fox. 



STATE BOARD OF HEALTH. 
Members appointed by the Governor and Senate. 
President, Dr. J. S. Butler, Hartford. 
Secretary, Dr. C. W. Chamberlain. Hartford. 
Prof. C. A. Lindslev, If. D.,t New Haven. 
Prof. Wm. H. Brewer. New Haven. 
Hon. A. E. Burr, Hartford. 
Dr. R. Hubbard, Bridgeport. 
Hon. A. C. Lippitr, Now London. 



152 MEDICAL. 

CONNECTICUT ECLECTIC MEDICAL ASSOCIATION. 

Annual Meeting, 2d Tuesday of May. 
President, E. M. Ripley, Unionville. 

Vice-Pres., B. W. Pease, . 

Cor. Sec, H. I. Fisk, Guilford. 

Rec. Sec, N. D. Hodgkins, Rocky Hill. 

Treas., LeRoy A. Smith, Higganum. 

Censors, Drs. Adams, Linquist, and Munn. 

CONNECTICUT HOMEOPATHIC MEDICAL SOCIETY. 

Annual Meeting, 3d Tuesday of May. 
President, H. M. Bishop, Norwich. 
Vice-Pres., W. B. Dunning, Hartford. 
Sec and Treas., E. B. Hooker, Hartford. 
Librarian, Grove H. Wilson, Meriden. 
Executive Committee, Drs. Bishop, Hooker, and Auderson. 
Censors, Drs. Peltier, Case, Mansfield, Osborne, and Tabor. 

PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. 

Members of the Connecticut Medical Society are designated 
thus f. 

HARTFORD COUNTY. 

G. W. Sanford, Simsbury, President; James Campbell, 
Hartford, Clerk. 



HARTFORD, G. W. Avery, t J- F. Axtelle, W. T. Bacon,t A. 
W. Barrows,f D. T. Bromley, f John S. Butler,f Joseph A. 




win. jn. nuuson,| ,j. v^. .iacK$on, ) u. v>. c»Hrvis,| ui. ui. 
Johnson, + W. W. Knight.f J. B. Lewis, f I. W. Lyon,t 
Nathan Mayer,! M. D. Mann,f William D. Morgan, t John 
O' Flaherty,! C. W. Page,1 George B. Packard,! George L. 
Parmele,! G. W. Russell, t George R. Shepard,f H. P. Stearns, t 
J. A. Steven,! S. B. St John,! M. Storrs,tR. B. Talbot,! 
R. H. Tiffany,! W. H. Tremaine,! W. A. M. Wainwright,! Eli 
Warner,! F. F. Axtelle, August Berger, J. S. Curtis, 



MKDICA'L 153 

Kllen F. Hammond, Aretus Rising. II<>m., E. E. C 
.lames D. Johnson, \V. B. Dunning, K. B. Hooker, I 
Miller, P. D. Peltier, L. E. Richardson, P. S. Starr, C. A. Taft, 
G. Swan. Ac., Henrv Bickford, Thos. Simmons. LeRov A. 
Smith. 

AVON, William Howard,! Ac, R. W. Alcott. 

BERLIN, EUshama Brandegee,! E. H. Meade. f 

BLOOMFIFLD, Henry Gray.t 

BRISTOL, Henrv F. Wav,t Joseph W. Camp. Bom., Edward 
P. Woodward, George S. Hull. Ac, F.H. Williams, H. B. Cutler. 

BURLINGTON, Win. Elton. 

CANTON, Collinsville, Geo. R. Roberts,! Geo. F. Lewis,! 

B. Kasson. Hum., J. If. Tabor. 
EAST GRANBY, Herbert C. Belden. 

FAST HARTFORD, Seth L. Childs,! Lucius W. Mackin- 
tosh,! S. C. Newton,! E. J. Mc Knight, f W. R. Tinker.! 

FAST WINDSOR. Broad Brook, H. 0. Allen.! 
Warehouse Point. Marcus L. Fisk.! 

ENFIELD, Rial L.Strickland,! G. T. Finch, f Wm. L. Adams. 
Horn., J. H. Darling. Thompsonville, Edward F. Parsons. f 

FARMINGTON, Franklin Wheeler,! Chas. Carrington.! 
Unionville, Everett A. Towne. W. W. Horton. Horn.. E. 

C. King. Ec. t F. M. Ripley. 

GLASTONBURY, H. C.*Bunce,! J. W. GriswohU Eclectic, 
Daniel T. Kingsbury. So. Glastonbury, Henry M. Rising.! 
E. Glastonbury, Sabin Stocking. Buckingham. George A. 
Hurlburt.! 

GRANBY, Francis T. Allen,! G. W. Edwards.! W. A. 
Stratton. 

HARTLAND, (East,) H. S. Bell. 

MANCHESTER. Bum.. Oliver B. Taylor. No. Manches- 
ter, R.M. Griswold,f F. H. Whiton C. B. Weaver. t So. Man- 
i HESTER, J. N. Parker.! W. R. Tinker.! Bucklaud 
C. W. Jaqnes, Rafua K. Mills, F. J. Vail. 

MEW BRITAIN. George Clary, t B. N. Comings,! S. Waldo 
Hart,! F. B. Lyon,! J. S. Stone,*! E. P S M. J. Coho- 

lan,! F.I). Babcock, Benjamin Way, L. M. Smith. Hum., 
P. Coolev, (Jeorge Welch. t Ac. John Koplitz, T 
ington. But., L, |f. Smith. 



154 MEDICAL. 

NEWINGTON, £c., Louis V. Durand. 

PLAINVILLE, T. G. Wright, t Virgil Buell,t J. N Bull.f 

ROCKY HILL, Rufus W. Griswold.f Ec. t N. D. Hodgkins. 

SIMSBURY, Weatogue, R. A. White,f John M. French. 
Bom., N. W. Holcomb. Tariffville, G.W. Sanford,! C. W. 
Wooster. 

SOUTHINGTON, I. P. Fiske,! F. A. Hart, W. G. Sted- 
man f Horn., James H. Osborn, C. H. Pier^on. Plantsville, 
A. J. Weed, S. J. Allen, Jr., Elmer Horton. Horn., J. D. Quill. 

SOUTH WINDSOR, E. Windsor Hill, Sidney W. Rock- 
well,! Wm. Wood.f 

SUFFIELD, J. K. Mason,f Wm, H. Mather,! 0. W. Kellogg, 
Matthew T. Newton, 0. W. Kellogg. Eclectic, I. P. Leete. 

WETHERSFIELD, Abner S. Warner,! Roswell Fox. Ec., 
Samuel A. Castle. 

WINDSOR, N. S. Bell,t Samuel A. Wilson,! J. P. Safford. 
Poquonnock, Robert E. Ensign.! 

WINDSOR LOCKS, S. R. Burnap.f Horn., Frank D. Main. 



NEW HAVEN COUNTY. 

Asa H. Churchill, Meriden, President; N. Nickerson, Meriden, 
Vice-President; C. W. Gavlord, Branford, Clerk. 
NEW HAVEN, Willis G. Ailing, fG. J. Augn,! W. 0. Ayres.! 

Francis Bacon,! James C. Barker,! W. R. Bartlett,! Fred'kBel- 

losa,! E. H. Bishop,! Timothy H. Bishop,! Evelyn L. Bissell.! 

W. L. Bradley,! Henry Bronson,! W. H. Carmaft,! H. A. Car- 

rington,! S. H. Chapman,! M. A. Cremin,! D. L. Daggett,! 

H. A. Du Bois,! Wm. B. DeForest,t F. L. Dibble,! James 

J. S. Dohertv,! Edward D wight,! Geo. B. Farnam,t H. 

Fleischner,! J. F. C. Foster,! T. P. Gibbons,! R. J. Gibson,! 

L. M. Gilbert,! William B. Graves,! Wm. H. Hotchkiss,! 

Stephen G. Hubbard,! Levi Ives,! Robert S. Ives,! P. A. 

Jewett,! Walter Judson,! D. C. Leavenworth,! A. W. 

Leigh ton, B. S. Lewis,! C. P. Lindsley,! Cliarles A. Lind- 

sley,! J. F. Lines,! Max Mailhouse,! John Nicoll,! H. A. 

Oakes! M. C. O'Connor,! Henry Pierpont,! Arthur Ruickoldt,! 

Thomas H. Russell,! Wm. S. Kussell,! L. J. Sanford,! Ira S. 

Smith,! James K. Thacher,! E. L. Thomson,! T. Beers 

Townsend,! David A. Tvler,! Moses C. White,! F. 0. White,! 

F. H. Whittemore,! F. J. Whittemore,! A. E. Winchell,! C. 



MEDICAL. 155 

A. Bartholomew, .1. J. BaTry, Robert Crane, C. V. R. Creed, V. 
If. Dow, Rollin McNeil, L. C. Vinal, E. L. Washbume. Horn., 
C. B. Adams, William I). Anderson, C. A. Dorman, B. H. Cheney, 
W. W. Rodman, Wm II. Sage, Paul C. SkirT, Charles Vishno, E 
J. Walker. AV.. M. F. Linguist Fair Haven, S. D. Gil- 
bert,! C S. Thomson,! W. H. Thomson.! Horn., H. E. Stone. 
Wi;.vrvii.LE, J. W. Barker.! 

BETHANY. B. E. Ca^e. Horn., Andrew Johnson. 

BRANFORD, Walter Zink.! C. W. Gaylord,! E. W. Brain- 
ard, W. C. Holmes. Stony Creek, Justin W. Smith.! 

CHESHIRE, M. N. Chamberlin.! Horn., W. C. Williams, 
George C. F. Williams. 

DERBY, Birmingham, Ambrose Beardslev,! Geo. L. Beards- 
lev. + Charles H. Pinnev,! J. B. Jewett.! F. Hall. Horn., A. 
W. Phillips. Ansonja, F. P. Blodgett, S. R. Baker,! Wm. 
Welch, William Terry. Thomas J. O'Sullivan,! £c, F. 
C. Wangeroth. 

GUILFORD. Alvan Talcott.! G. P. Reynolds,! F. P. Gris- 
wold. AV., Hiram I. Fisk, 

HAMDEN, Edwin D. Swift,! E. E. Swift, 0. F. Treadwell,! 

F. W. Wright.! Bot., Henry I. Bradley. 

MADISON, Daniel M. Webb,! Joseph J. Meigs. 

MERIDEX, John Tait. West Meriden, E. T. Brad- 
street,! A. H. Churchill,! E. ftf. Child,! C. H. S. Davis,! 

G. D. Ferguson.! Anna J. Ferris,! Frederick J. Fitch,! N. 
Nickerson,! J. D. Eggleston, A. W. Tracv.! Horn., Grove H. 
Wilson, C. J. Mansfield. Ec, E. C. Newport, S. D. Otis, 
South Meriden, Ec, Charles E. Scott. 

MIDDLEBURY, Marcus DeForest, Jr. 

MILFORD. Hull Allen,! Wihiam H. Andrews,! Lucius N. 
Beardslev,! J. B. Heady,! Thomas A. Dutton.! Horn., C. 
F. Sterling. W. E. Reed. 

NAUGATUCK, E. S. Mears. Franklin B. Tuttle, A. E. 
May.! W. F. Hinckley. 

NORTH BRANFORD, Edward A. Wood,! Wellington 
Campbell. 
NORTH HAVEN. B. B. Goodyear, 1 Austin Lord. 

ORANGE, West Haven, John M. Aimes.t John F. Barnett,! 
Durell Shepard. 



156 MEDICAL. 

OXFORD, Lewis Barnes, t John Lounsbury. Bot., J. H. 
Pardee. 

SEYMOUR, S. C. Johnson,! Joshua Kendall,! Thomas Stod- 
dard, t Horn., E. R. Warner, F. W. Palford. 

SOUTHBURY, Anthony B. Burritt.f South Britain, Na- 
than C. Baldwin,! VV. S. Miller.! 

WALLINGFORD, Hunt Atwater, Nehemiah Banks,! Henry 
Davis, Benjamin F. Harrison,! J. D. McGaughey.! Bot., 
Vincent L. Baldwin, Hezekiah Hall. 

WATERBURY, H. E. Castle,! Edw. L. Griggs,! E. W. 
McDonald,! J. J. M. Neville,! Alfred North,! Gideon L. Piatt,! 
C. W. S. Frost,! Walter L. Holmes,! W. L. Barber,! J. R. 
Roberts. C S. Rodman.! Horn., G. P. Swift, E. A. Towne, 
Ec, John J. Jaques, Stephen B. Munn. 

WOODBRIDGE, Silas C. Hubbell, J. W. Barker. 



NEW LONDON COUNTY. 
E. C.Kinney, Norwich, President; A. Peck, Norwich, Clerk. 

NEW LONDON, Isaac G. Porter,! F. N. Braman,! Thomas 
S. Steadman, George L. Andrews, R. A. Manwaring,! A. 
W. Nelson,! J. G. Stanton,! F. W. Caulkins, H. S. Corn- 
well, Albert Hobson. Horn., A. H. Allen, D. P. Francis, G. 
S. Morgan, F. W. Smith, Oscar Sites. Ec, 0. W. Jewell. 

NORWICH, L. B. Almy,! Chas. M. Carleton,! Patrick Cas- 

dy,! Elijah Dyer,! A. B. Haile,! E. C. Kinney,! W. H. 
Mason,! A. Peck,! Elisha Phinney,! Lewis S. Paddock,! Wm. 
S. C. Perkins,! S. L. Sprasrue.! C. B. Farnsworth, J. B. F. 
Fuller, 0. F. Harris, S. E. Mavnard, F. A. Tillinghast. Bom., 
H. M. Bishop, J. E. Linnell, E. H. Linnell, C. E. Stark. Ec, 
0. G. Bailey, A. F. Gallup, G. V. Wilson. Bot., L. L. But- 
ton. Greeneville, Wm. Witter.! 

BOZRAH, Samuel G. Johnson,! Nathan Johnson, E. M. Lef- 
fingwell. 

COLCHESTER, Seth L. Chase, R. R. Carrington, M. VV. 
Robinson. Horn., Soloman E. Swift, C. N. Gallup. 

EAST LYME, Elisha Munger,! Daniel Caulkins. 

FRANKLIN, Ashbel Woodward.! 

GRISWOLD, George H. Jennings.! Jewett City, Horn., 
J. R. Rockwell, Wm. Soule. 



MEDICAL. 157 

GROTON, John L. Dodge. Mystic River, Alfred W 
Coates,! John Gray,t Edward Coates. Noank, E. Barber, 
Orrin E. Miner. 

LEBANON, \V. P. Barber.f Horn., C. B. Hobart. Bon, 
ter^ Charles Sweet. 

LEDYARD, J. A. Brewster. 

LYME, Hamburg, J. Griffin Ely, Edward B. Morgan. 

MOXTVILLE, John C. Bolles, Earl Mathewson. Ec, J. R. 
Gay. Uncasville, NVm. II. Burchard.f 

NORTH STONINGTOX, J. D. Nelson,! Edwin H. Knowles. 

OLD LYME, P. 0., Lyme, Geo. W. Harris,t E. D. Griffin. 

PRESTON, 0. F. Harris. 

SALEM, Francis H. Drew. 

SPRAGUE, Baltic, J. E. Gendron, L. J. Piatt, Thos. A. 
Keables, T. J. Stanton. 

BTONINGTON, George D. Stanton,f Chas. E. Brayton.t 
Mystic, Mason Manning,! A. T. Chapman,t Frank A. Coates.t 
Mystic Bridge, E. Frank Coates.t Horn., 0. M. Barber, S. 
E. Peck. 

VOLUNTOWN, Ransom C. Young. 



FAIRFIELD COUNTY. 

Wm. C. Wile, Sandy Hook, President; F. M. Wilson, Bridgeport, 
Clerk. 

FAIRFIELD. Horn., Jeremiah T. Denison. Sam'l Gar 
lick, Joseph Dobson. Southport, Justus Sherwood, f Curtis 
H. Osborn.t Greenfield Hill, If. V. B. Dunham. | Henry 
N. Pettit. 

BRIDGEPORT, A. H. Abernethv,t J. D. Bragg, t W. H- 
Bunnell*, Curtis H. Bill,! William C. Blood, W. C. Bowers,! 
J. R. Cummins! F. B. Downs,t Robert Hubbard, t Geo. F. 
Lewis,fRobert Lauder, f T. F. Martin,! B. W. Munson,t David H. 
Nash,! Gastave Olme^org,! G. L. Porter,t F. A. Rice,t Mary J. 
Rising,! Charles W. SlietVrev,! J. S. Silliman, Andrew J. Smith,! 
George M. Teeple,f W J. Wakeman,! S. P, Warren,! F. M. 
WiNon,! N. E. \Y>nlin,! J. W. Wright,! F.J. Youmr.t H. L 
W. Bnrritt, Jas. D. Bragg, Joseph MaddOX. T. F. Martin, Charles 
Kaemmerer, A A. Holmes. //<///*., Wm. B. Beebe, B F. Bron- 
... H. Norton, Charles E. Sanford. Ac., J. W. King, I. \ 



158 MEDICAL. 

Shattuck, J. D. S. Smith, Joseph Fanyon. Bot., H. M. Rich- 
ardson. 

DANBURY, A E. Adams,! Jas. Baldwin,f Ezra P. Bennett,f 
R. H. Lvnch, Wm. C. Bennett,! F. P. Clark,f John H. Benedict, 
A. T. Clason,! Wm. F. Lacev,! Wm. F. Lacev, Jr., H. G. 
Wildman.j Bom., W. E. Bulkley,! Samuel M. Griffin, S. 
Penfield. Ec., E. A. Brown. Indian, G. C. Richards. 

BETHEL, Alvin E. Barber,t Geo. Benedict, C. R. Hart. 

BROOKFIELD, Amos L. Williams, f Anson P. Smith. 

DARIEN, Samuel Sands, f R. L. Bowhanaran, Charles T. 
Darby. 

EASTON, C. B. Hart. 

GREENWICH, Sylvester Mead, F. M. Holly. Horn., James 
H. Brush, L. P. Jones. Round Hill, J. C. White, Geo. H. Fisher. 
Mianus, James L. Marshall. 

HUNTINGTON, Gould A. Shelton,t Thomas B. Jewett. 

MONROE, E. M. Beardsley,f A. W. Lyon. 

NEW CANAAN, W. G. Brownson,f M. F. Osborn, Wm. 
C. Brownson. Horn., Theodore Roberts, Ec, Ellery Clark. 

NEWTOWN, F. N. Bennett, Monroe Judson. Sandy Hook, 
Wm. C. Wile,f A. P. Smith, G. W. Benedict. 

NORWALK, F. V. Brush,f James G. Gregory,! G. W. 
Benedict, Jno. C. Kendall,! H. Hungerford,t W. A. Lockwood,! 
Robert G. Nolan, t John A. McLean. Bom., G. S. Comstock, 
N. A. Mosman, Dexter Hitchcock. South Norwalk, W. C. 
Burke, Jr.,! R. L. Higgins,! Moses B. Pardee,! John Hill.! 

REDDING, Moses H. Wakeman.! 

RIDGEFIELD, 0. Starr Hicock,! Wm. S. Todd,! Nehemiah 
Perrv. 

SHERMAN, John N. Woodruff. Ec, Henry L. Mallory. 

STAMFORD, George W. Birch, William H. Trowbridge,! 
C. K. Daily, H. P. Geib,! R. G. Griswold, L. R. Hurlbut, 
J. F. Phillips, Edward E. Rowell, Chas. E. Rowell, Thomas 
Skelding. North Stamford, Israel Prior, Francis J. Rogers. 
Bom., Chauncey M. Ayers, Geo. F. Foote, J. F. Griffin, E. E. 
Rowell. 

STRATFORD, Edwin D. Noonev,! Almon S. Allen.! Bom., 
G. W. A. Collard. 

TRUMBULL, Thomas Reid.! Stepney, Seth Hill. 

W r ESTON, Frank Gorham.! 



MhI»I< A I . 159 

WESTPORT, Goo B. Bouton,! Fred'k Powers t Ec, Geo. 
W. Kubey. 

WILTON, Alfred E. Emery, 1 Samuel H. Huntington, Andrew 
B. Gorha i. 



WINDHAM COUNTY. 

H. W. Hough, Putnam, President; R.Robinson, Danielsonville, 
Clerk. 

WINDHAM, Eliphalet Huntington,t S. H. Huntington!, 
F. 0. Bennett.! Willimantic, L. F. Bugbee.t 0. B. Griggs,! 
T. Morton Hills, t F. H. Houghton, C. H. David, Samuel David, 
Fred'k Rogers,! Chas. J. Fox, Casper Barstow,f D. D. Jacobs, 
F. H. MeNally, Daniel McGinness. Bom., D. C. Card, G H. 
Colgrove. Ec, Isaac B. Gallup. 

BROOKLYN. James B. Whitcomb,f William Woodbridge, 
Alfred H. Tanner. Horn., J. M. Coburn. 

ASHFORD, John H. Simmons.! Westford, George F. 
Shove. Westboko, Remus Robinson. 

CANTERBURY, Charles B. Hicks, G. I. Ross. South 
Canterbury, Elijah Baldwin. f 

CHAPLIX, Orrin Witter. 

EASTFORD. Ec, Elisha K. Robbins. 

HAMPTON, Dyer Hughes,! Charles Gardiner. 

KILLIXGLY, A. E. Darling.! (East,) Edwin A. Hill.! 
(South,) Daniel A. Hovey,! E. P. Morse. (West,) Thos. 
Graves,f Samuel Hutchins'f Rienzi Robinson,! 0. L. Jenkins. 

PLAINFIELD, E. II. Davis.f Central Village, Charles 
H. Rogers.! Moosrr, Win. A. Lewis,! Frank S. Burgess. 
Waurbgajt, W. II. Judsotkt 

POMFRET, Frederick Sawtelle. 

PUTNAM, F. X. Barolet,! Henry W. Hough,! John B. Kent,! 
omer La Rue,! John Witter,! J. L. Bradlev. Bum., G. L. Miller, 
A. D. Crabtree. 

THOMPSON, Lowell Holbrook.! E. T. Morse. NORTH 
Orosvenohdale, James C. Lathrop,! C. C. Sargent. /."< 
W. H. Williams. 

SOUTH WINDHAM, Casper Barstow.f 

WOODSTOCK. (South,) Ami., Geo. A. Bowen. (East,) 
John Cotton. t (West,) Milton Bradford.! Woodstock Val- 
ley, A. S. Leonard.! 



160 MEDICAL. 

LITCHFIELD COUNTY. 

Walter S. Munger, Watertown, President; Willis J. Beach r 

Litchfield, Vice-President; J. J. Newcomb, Litchfield, Clerk. 

LITCHFIELD, Henrv W. Buel,! Willis J. Beach,t William 
Deming,f H. E. Gates,! J. J. Newcomb.f Northfield, J. K. 
Wallace, E. L. Blake. 

BARKHAMSTED, Bramwell Gidraan. 

BETHLEHEM, W. F. Follansbee. 

CANAAN, Falls Village, C. W. Camp,t C. B. Maltbie, 
James J. Averill. 

CORNWALL, West Cornwall, Edward Sanford,t Isaac R. 
Sanford.t Cornwall Bridge, Thomas S. Hodge. 

GOSHEN, Joseph H. North.! 

HARWIXTON, Virgil Buel],t R. G. Hassard. 

KENT, John W. King. 

MORRIS, Garry H. Miner,! C. H. Vibbert. 

NEW HARTFORD, Jerry Burwell.f Ec., Erskine D. Curtiss. 
Pine Meadow, Ec, Theo. T. Brockway, F. Brockway. 

NEW MILFORD, J. K. Bacon,f James Hine, J. C. Barker. 
Bom., Charles Taylor. Gaylordsville, Chas. F. Couch, t 
M. C. Northrop. 

NORFOLK, William W. Welch,! J. H. P. Stevens.f 

NORTH CANAAN, P. 0., Canaan, Chas. W. Camp.f 

PLYMOUTH, J. B. Heath. Terryville, William P. 
Swett,! L. T. Piatt, J. H. Trent.f 

ROXBURY, Myron Downs.f 

SALISBURY, B. S. Thompson,! John H. Blodgett. Lake- 
Ville, Wm. Bissell,! R. P. Knight,! John J. Orton. 

SHARON, Wm. W. Knight, f Charles H. Shears, Charles S. 
Browne. 

THOMASTON, R. S. Goodwin,! A. G. Heaney,f William 
Woodruff,! Byron W. Pease, Theo. St. John, F. M. Cannon. 

TORRIXGTON, Wolcottville. T. S. Hanchett,t L. H. 
Wood.j Horn., Bela St. John. 

WARREN, John B. Derrickson.f 

WASHINGTON, Orlando Brown,! W. L. Piatt, Remus M. 
Fowler.! New Prkston, Ed. P. Lyman.! 



MBD1 161 

WATERTOWN, Walter S. Munger,f Frank P. Easterly,f 
Allyn M. Hungerford, F. B. Woodward. 

WINCHESTER, West Winsted, John W. BidwelM James 
Welch/ F. E. Barrows,1 Frank Gallagher, Edward H. Welch. 
Horn., I). Warren. Kc. Harvey P>. Steele. 

WOODBURY, Harmon W. Shove, i Francis W. Brown, t G. 
H. Atwood. Henry S. Kaasman, L. U. Ketchnm, H. G. Richards. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY. 

Ruins Baker, Middletown, President: W. S. Miller, Clinton, 
Clerk. 

MIDDLETOWN, Joseph W.Alsop, Jr.,t Rnfns Baker,! Geo. 
W. Burke, t F. Frank Calef,t Daniel A. Cleaveland,f Francis D. 
Edgertoa,t W. K. Fisher,t E. P. H. Griswold.! John Morgan. t 
Elisha B. Xve.t James B. Olmsted,! A. M. Shew,! C. F. 
Stanle Barrett, P. Burnett,! J. F. Calef. Horn., W. C. 

Bell. A. S. Osborne. AY., Leonard Bailey, Frank L. Burr. 
Bone Setter, Gideon H. Sweet. 

HADDAM, Miner C. Hazen,t Selden W r . Xoves.! Higganum, 
- B. Bailey, L. A. Smith. 

CHATHAM, East Hampton, Albert Field,! Wm. Notting. 
//"//*., L. F. Wood. Middle Haddam, A. B. Worthington.f 

CHESTER, Sylvester W. Turner. t Ambrose Pratt. 

CLINTON, G. 0. Johnson.! David A. Fox. Horn., Silas E. 
Peck. 

CROMWKLL. W. B. Hallock,1 John Conland.f Charles F. 
Calef, D. L. Rood. 

DURHAM, R. W. Mathewson,! E. A. Markham. 

FAST HADDAM. N. 0. Harris Moodus, A. W. Bell.f 
Bot. y H. C. Cook. 

ESSEX, Alanson H. Hough,! Charles H. Hubbard.! 

KILLIN6W0RTH, Edward P. Nichols. 

OLD SAYBROOK, John H. Granniss.! 

PORTLAND, C. A. Sears/ C. F. Hammond,! Samuel P. 
Ladd.! H. S. Day. 

SAVBROOK, Deep River, Edwin Bidwell.! 

WESTBROOK, G. C. H. Gilbert,! Thomas B. Bloomfield.! 

11 



162 MILITIA. 

TOLLAND COUNTY. 

Stephen G. Risley, Rockville, President; Gilbert H. Preston, 

Tolland, Clerk. 

TOLLAND, Gilbert H. Preston, t 

BOLTON, Charles F. Sumner. t 

COLUMBIA, Julian La Pierre, Theodore R. Parker. 

COVENTRY, M. B. Bennett. t South Coventry, Henry S. 
Dean,f Eli P. Flint, f R. H. Goodrich. f 

ELLINGTON, Joel A. Warren. t 

HEBRON, Cyrus H. Pendleton. 

MANSFIELD, 0. G. Kittridge, Frederick Johnson. f Mans- 
field Center, Edwin G. Sumner. 

SOMERS, Erasmus E. Hamilton, Wm. B. Woods. Simon P. 
Houghton. 

STAFFORD, Wm. N. Clark. t Stafford Springs, C. B. 
Newton. f F. L. Smith, J. S. Clark. Horn., L. B. Richards, 
H. D. Gould, J. C. Eaton. 

VERNON, Vernon Depot, A. R. Goodrich.! Rockville, 
Francis L. Dickinson,! Stephen G. Risley, f Frederick Gilnack, 
E. K. Leonard, Thomas L. Rockwell. Horn., Giles Pease, Elmer 
L. Styles, Charles L. Beach. 

WILLINGTON, Wm. L. Kelsey.t 

CONNECTICUT N^TION^L, GTTJ^RD. 

COMMANDER-IN-CHIEF. 

His Excellency Hobart B. Bigelow, New Haven. 

Aids-de-Camp, Colonels William E. Barrows, William B. 
Rudd, Charles A. Russell, Frank L. Bigelow. 

Adjutant-General, Brig.-Gen. George M. Harmon. 

Assistant, Colonel Simeon J. Fox. 

Quartkkmaster-General, Brig.-Gen. Alexander Harbison. 
Assistant, Lieut. Col. Henry C. Morgan. 

Paymaster-General, Brig.-Gen. Frederick E. Camp. 

Commissary-General, Brig.-Gen. George H. Ford. 

Surgeon-General, Brig.-Gen. James G. Gregory. 



.MILITIA. 1 63 

Governor's Guards. 

1st Horse, Hartford (chartered, 1788). Major, Chauncey B. 
Boardman; 1st Lieut., H. C. Hanmer; 2d Lieut., H! W. 
Rowley; Quartermaster, T. X. Griswold; Comet, E 
Griswold. 

1st Foot, Hartford (chartered 1771). Major, Andrew H. 

Embler; Capt. and 1st Lieut., ; 2d Lieut., James 

C.Pratt; 3d Lieut., Theo. C. Xaedle; 4th Lieut., J. Robert 
Dwyer; Ensign, Fayette C. Clark. 

2d Horse, New Haven. Major, C. W. Blakeslee, Jr.; Capt., 
R. C. Newton; 1st Lieuts , V. A. Bartholomew, W. H. Farn- 
ham, Jr.; 2d Lieuts., W. B. Hall, H. B. Rowe; Cornet, 
Frank L. Newton: Quartermaster, I. \V. Hine. 

2d Foot, New Haven, (chartered 1775). Capt., Edward J. 
Morse; 1st Lieut., Albert M. Johnson; 2d Lieut., Frank D. 
Brett. 

FIRST BRIGADE. 

Brigadier-General, Stephen R. Smith, New Haven. 

Brigade Adjutant, Lieut.-Colonel Lewis L. Morgan, New 
Haven. 

Brigade Inspector, Major John B. Clapp, Hartford. 

Brigade Quartermaster, Major Thomas L. Watson, 
Bridgeport. 

Brigade Commissary, Major Samuel C. Waldron, Ston- 
ington. 

Brigade Inspector of Target Practice, Major James 
E. Stetson, New Haven. 

Aii>s-dk-<\ymi\ Capt*. Edwin McNeil, Litchtield; William 
H. Stevenson, Bridgeport. 

Pibst Regiment. 

Colonel, Lucius A. Barbour, Hartford; Lieut. -Col., William E. 
Cone, Hartford; Major, A. L. Goodrich, Hartford; Adjutant, 
John K. Williams, Hartford; Quartermaster, Richard 0. Che- 
ney, So. Manchester; Paymaster, Win. B. IfcCray, Hartford; 
Surgeon, Geo. W. Avery, Hartford: A— istant Surgeon. Harmon 
G. Howe, Hartford: Inspector of Target Practice, J. L Wood- 
bridge, Xo. Manchester; Chaplain, James W. Cooper, New 
Britain. 



164 MILITIA. 

Company Commissioned Officers. 

A. Hartford. Capt., Wm. Westphal; 1st Lieut., Edward 
Schulze; 2d Lieut., Henry F. Smith. 

B. Hartford. Capt, Patrick J. Moran; 1st Lieut., Thomas 
Flanignn; 2d Lieut., Patrick H. Smith. 

D. New Britain. Capt., Aug. N. Bennett; 1st Lieut., 
John C. Bingham ; 2d Lieut., Wm. E. Allen. 

E. New Britain. Capt., C. B. Erichson; 1st Lieut., F. M. 
Hemenwav; 2d Lieut., George 0. McLean. 

F. Hartford. Capt., Levi H. Hotchkiss; 1st Lieut., Thomas 
T. Welles: 2d Lieut., Alexander Allen. 

G. Manchester. Capt., Arthur B. Keener; 1st Lieut., Arthur 
J. Wetherel!: 2d Lieut., Thos. H. Montgomery. 

H. Hartford. Capt Geo. A. Cornell; 1st Lieut., Henry 
Simon, Jr. 2d Lieut., John W. Crane. 

K. Hartford. Capt., Thomas M. Smith; 1st Lieut., Chas. 
E. Thompson; 2d Lieut., Samuel 0. Prentice. 

Second Regiment. 

Col., Charles P. Graham, Middletown ; Lieut.-Col., Josiah N. 
Bacon, New Haven; Maj., Chas. R. Bannon, Waterbury; Ad- 
jutant, Joseph T.Elliott,' Middletown; Qr. Master, Clayton H. 
Redfield, New Haven; Paymaster, Edward S. Hayden, "Water- 
bury; Surgeon, Evelyn L. Bissell, New Haven; Asst. Surgeon, 
Geo. L. Beardsley, Birmingham; Inspector of Target Practice, 
Andrew Allen, New Haven; Chaplain, Samuel D. Mc- 
Connell, Middletown. 

Company Commissioned Officers. 

A. Waterburv. Capt., Fred. A. Spencer; 1st Lieut., Francis 
H. Smith; 2d Lieut., John B. Dohertv. 

B. New Haven. Capt., Frank W.'TieMng; 1st Lieut, Wil- 
iam Kaehole; 2d Lieut., John Gutt. 

C. New Haven. Capt., ; 1st Lieut., ■ — 

; 2d Lieut., Edward Lynn. 

D. New Haven. Capt., Luzerne I. Thomas; 1st Lieut., Geo. 
Laurence; 2d Lieut., Richard W. Waite. 

E. New Haven. Capt., Henry R. Loomis; 1st Lieut., Sam- 
uel A. Downes; 2d Lieut., Charles W. Bogue. 

F. New Haven. Capt., George S. Arnold; 1st Lieut., Arthur 
M. Howarth; 2d Lieut., Frank A. Bowman. 

G. Waterbury. Capt., Patrick F. Bannon: 1st Lieut., James 
Horigan; 2d Lieut., John H. Reed. 



MILITIA. 165 

H. Middletown. Capt., Henry J. Bacon; 1st Lieut., Ever- 
ett 0. Shaler; 2d Lieut., David A. Butchings. 

I. Meriden. Capt., Henry B. Wood; 1st Lieut., John N. 
Lane; 2d Lieut., Frederick T. Ward. 

K. Wallingford. Capt., Walter J. Leavenworth, 1st Lieut., 
Geo. G. LaBarnes; 2d Lieut., Chas. 0. Norton. 

Thihd Regiment. 



Colonel, Win. H. Tubbs, New London; Lieut. -Col., 



-: Maj., William H. Bentley, New London; Adju- 
tant, George Havens, New London; Quartermaster, George W. 
Phillips, Willimantic; Paymaster, Joseph W. Gilbert, Nor- 
wich; Surgeon, Charles M. Carleton, Norwich; Asst. Surgeon, 
Wm. B. Young, Norwich; Inspector of Target Practice, Alonzo 
W. Sholes, New London; Chaplain, Edward W. Bacon, New 
London. 

Company Commissioned Officers. 

A. Mystic Bridge. Capt., John H. Hoxie; 1st Lieut., Henry 
J. Hill; "2d Lieut., Wm. C. Jones. 

B. Stonington. Capt., Michael Twomey; 1st Lieut., James 
O'Sullivan; 2d Lieut., Daniel Keleher. 

C. Norwich. Capt., ; 1st Lieut., Charles S. 

Ebberts; 2d Lieut., Charles \V. Gilbert. 

D. New London. Capt., Fred'k E. St. Clare; 1st Lieut., Win 
If. Mason; 2d Lieut., Wm. W. Cronin. 

E. Willimantic. Capt., Frank S. Fowler; 1st Lieut., James 
Haggertv; 2d Lieut., Alexander L. Fuller. 

g. r ' 



Putnam. Capt., ; 1st Lieut., ; 

2d Lieut., Daniel G. Arnold. 

I. New London. Capt., Abner N. Sterry; 1st Lieut., J. Em- 
erson Harris; 2d Lieut., Chas. F. Chaney/ 

K. Willimantic. Capt., Myron P.' Squires; 1st Lieut., 
Charles W. Harrington; 2d Lieut., Carlile P. Boynton. 

For urn Rboiukht. 

Colonel, George S. Crofut, Bethel; Lieut. -Co!., Henry Skin- 
ner, Winsted; Maj.,Jas.C. Crowe, So. Norwalk; Adjutant, David 
T. Hubbell, Bethel; Quartermaster, Henry X. Fanton, Danbury; 
Paymaster, George S. Rowe, Winsted:* Surgeon, George F. 
Lewis, Bridgeport; Asst. Surgeon, William C Burke, Jr., 
Norwalk; Inspector of Target Practice, Samuel C. Kingman, 
Bridgeport; Chaplain, Samuel Scoville, Stamford. 



166 MILITIA. 

Company Commissioned Officers. 

A. Bethel. Capt., Frederick Cole; 1st Lieut., William F. 
Hoyt; 2d Lieut., George W. Wheeler. 

B. Bridgeport. Capt., George W. Cornell; 1st Lieut., Francis 
A. King; 2d Lieut., W T ilford T. Van Yorx. 

C. Stamford. Capt., Wm. W. Studwell; 1st Lieut., Elias 
E. Palmer; 2d Lieut., Abraham M. Horton. 

D. South Norwalk. Capt., Edward F. Jennings; 1st Lieut., 
Alvan A. Hauschildt; 2d Lieut., William F. Wardwell. 

E. Bridgeport. Capt., Jas. Sheridan; 1st Lieut., James 
Donnelly; 2d Lieut., John J. Glennon. 

F. Norwalk. Capt., Addison A. Betts; 1st Lieut., Ferdi- 
nand B. Smith; 2d Lieut., Harvey M. Kent. 

G. Danbury. Capt., George C. Comes; 1st Lieut., George 
A. Vibbert; 2d Lieut., Cornelius Delury. 

I. Winsted. Capt., Edward Finn; 1st Lieut., William B. 
Phillips; 2d Lieut., Alfred E. Moore. 

K. Stratford. Capt., Henry M. Blakeslee; 1st Lieut., Chas. 
Wilcoxson; 2d Lieut., James Scofield. 

Fifth Battalion. (Colored.) 

Major, Frank M. Welch, Bridgeport; Adjutant, James 0. 
Jones, New Haven; Quartermaster, Wm. P. H. Cross, Hart- 
ford; Assistant Surgeon, Courtlandt V. R. Creed, New Haven. 

Company Commissioned Officers. 

A. New Haven. Captain, George W. Ladieu; 1st Lieut., 
Wm. R. Keyes; 2d Lieut., Fleetwood C. Anthony. 

B. Hartford. Captain, Lloyd G. Seymour; 1st Lieut., 

; 2d Lieut, L. Eugene Seymour. 

C. Bridgeport. Captain, William H. Latimer; 1st Lieut., 
Robert Butler; 2d Lieut., Charles H. Walker. 

Artillery. 

Battery A. Captain, William H. Lee, Guilford. 

First Platoon, Guilford. 1st Lieut., ; 2d Lieut., 

Wm. T. Foote. 

Second Platoon, Clinton; 1st Lieut., Holcomb N.Jones; 2d 
Lieut., Reuben H. W. Kelsey. 



167 



BANKS. 

Commissioners, Jambs W. Hyatt, July 1, 1882, Norwalk; 
Samuel Q. Porter, July 1, 1888, Farmington. 

National Bank Examinee, A. B. Mygatt, New Milford. 

PRESIDENTS AND CASHIERS. 

They reside where the bank is located, unless otherwise 
specified. The National Banks hold their elections on the 2d 
Tuesday of January, and therefore the officers given are those 
elected m 1881. 
jEtna N. (Hartford.) Pres.,Wm. R. Cone; Cash., A. R. Hill- 

yer. 
American N. (Hartford.) Pres., Rowland Swift; Cash., John 

G. Root. 
Ansonia N. Pres., Thomas Wallace; Yice-Prest., George P. 

Oowles; Cash., Chas. H. Pine. 
Birmingham N. Pres., Edward N. Shelton; Vice-President, 

David W. Plumb; Cash., Joseph Arnold. 
Bridgeport N. Pres., Monson Hawley; Cash., F. N.Ben- 
ham. 
1 N., Bridgeport. Pres., E. S. Hawley; Cash., William E. 

Seeley. 
Central N. (Middletown.) Pres.. Jesse G. Baldwin; Cash., 

Henry B. Starr. 
Charter Oak N. (Hartford.) Pres., J. F. Morris; Vice- 

Pres., Geo. Sexton; Cash., J. P. Taylor. 
Citizens' X. (Waterburv.) Pres.. F. J. Kingsbury; Cash., 

F. L. Curtiss. 
City N. Hank of Bridgeport. Pres., I). X. Morgan ; Cash., F. 

L. Bartholomew. 
City N. Hank of HARTFORD. Pres., G. F.Davis; Cash., P. S. 

Riley. 
City Bank of New Havkn. Pres., George W. Curtis; Cash., 

Samuel Lloyd. 
Clinton N. Pres., John D. Leffingwell; Cash., E. E. Post. 
N. B. of Commerce, (New London. Pres., William H. Barns; 

Cash., Charles W. Barns. 
CONNECTICUT N. (Hridgeport.) Pres., Samuel W. Baldwin; 

Cash., Henry B. Drew. 
Connecticut River Banking Co. (Hartford.) Pres., Sam' 1 

E. Elmore; Cash., M. \V. Graves. 



168 BANKS. 

Danbuky N. Pres., Lucius P. Hoyt; Cash., Jabez Amsbury. 

Dekp River X. Pres., R. P. Spencer, Chester; Cash., Gideon 
Parker. 

N. Exchange. (Hartford.) Pres., Francis B. Coolev; Cash., 
John R. Redfield. 

Fairfield County N., (Xorwalk.) Pres., F. St. John Lock- 
wood; Vice-Pres., Joseph W. Hubbell; Cash., Chas. H. Street. 

Farmers and Mechanics N. (Hartford.) Pres., Alva Oat- 
man; Vice-Pres., Henry Keney ; Cash., William VV. Smith. 

Hartford X. Pres., Jas. Bolter; Cash., W. S. Bridgman; 
Asst. Cash., Joseph Breed. 

1 X., Hartford. Pres., Erastus H. Crosby; Cash., C. S. Gil- 
lette; Asst. Cash., J. H. Knight. 

Home X. ( West Meriden.) Pres., Eli Butler; Cash., A. Cham- 
berlain, Jr. 

Hurlbut X. (West Winsted.) Pres., Wm. L. Gilbert; Cash., 
Henry Gay. 

N. Iron Bank of Falls Village. Pres., A. C. Randall, North 
Canaan; Cash., D. E. Dean. 

1 N. Bank of Killingly. Pres., Henry Hammond; Cash., 
Henry N. Clamens. 

1 N., Litchfield. Pres., Henry R. Coit; Vice-Pres.. Henry 
W. Buel; Cash., George E. Jones. 

Mechanics. (Xew Haven.) Pres., Chas. S. Leete; Vice-Pres., 
Jno. P. Tuttle: Cash., Chas. H. Trowbridge. 

Mercantile X. (Hartford.) Pres., J. Watson Beach; Cash., 
J. B.Powell. 

Merchants N. (Xew Haven.) Pres., Nathan Peck; Cash., 
John C. Bradley. 

Merchants N. Bank of Norwich. Pres., John Brewster; 
Cash., Jas. M. Meech; Asst. Cash., Charles Webb. 

Mekiden N. Pres., Joel I. Butler; Cash., Owen B. Arnold. 

Middlesex County X. (Middletown.) Pres., Joel H. Guy; 
Cash., J. E. Bidwell. 

Middletown N. Pres., John H. Watkinson; Cash., Melvin B. 
Copeland; Asst. Cash., W. H. Barrows. 

1 N., Middletown. Pres., Benjamin Douglas; Cash., J. N. 
Camp. 

Mystic N. Pres., John S. Schoonover; Cash., J. Watrous, Jr. 

1 N., Mystic Bridge. Pres., Chas. Mallory; Vice-Pres., Geo. 
W. Mallorv; Cash., Elias P. Randall. 

Mystic River N. Pres., Wm. Clift; Cash., Henry B. Noyes. 

New Britain X. Pres, C. B. Erwin; Cash., A. P. Collins; 
Asst. Cash., A. J. Sloper. 



BAK - 

N . Nkw Km, land. ( Good-peed' s Landing, East Haddam.) 
-.. Thomas Gross, Jr.: Cash., Dayton. 

N.. New H.wi.n. Pres., Wilbur F. Day; Vice-Pre-., Henry 
..bridge: Cash., Robert .1. Couch. 

1 X., Nkw Havkx. Pres., H. M. Welch; Cash., Wm. Moul- 
throp. 

2 N\, New Haven. Pres., Samuel Hemingway; Cash., Israel 
K. Ward: .. Charles A. Sheldon. 

New Haven County N. (New Haven.) Pres., James E. Eng- 
lish; Cash., Leonard S. Hotchk 

New London City N. Pres., J. N. Harris; Vice-Pres., E. 
D. Averv; Cash., R. N. Belden. 

1 N\, New Mileord. Pres., A. B. Mygatt. Vice-Pres., H. W. 
Booth. Cash., Henry Ives; Asst. Cash., H. S. Mygatt. 

N, Norwalk. Pres." Stiles Curtis; Vice-Pres., 'Edward P. 
Weed; Gash., R. B. Craufurd. 

1 N\, Norwich. Pres., Lucius W. Carroll; Cash., Lewis A. 
Hyde. 

2 N., Norwich. Pres., E. R. Thompson; Vice-Pres., C P. 

roll; Cash., E. A. Tracy. 
Norwich N. Pre-., Frank* Johnson; Cash., S. B. Meech. 
N. Pahquioque, (Danbury.j Pres., B. B. Kellogg; Cash., 

Wm. P. >eeley. 
Pawcatlck N. "(Stcnington.) Pres., Peleg Clarke, Jr. ; Cash., 

.1. A. Morgan. 
Pequohvogk N. (Bridgeport.) Pres., Charles B. Hotel 

... I-aac B. Prindle. 
Phoenix N. (Hartford.) Pres., Henry A. Redfield; C 

Edward M. Bunce; Asst. Cash., Nile* P. Hough. 
1 \\, Portland. Pres., F. Gildersleeve; Vice-Pres., William 

W. Coe; Cash.. John H. S 
1 N.. Putnam. Pre-.. Gilbert W. Phillips; Cash., J. A. Car- 

penter. 
RockvilleN. Pres., Chauncey Winchell; Vice-Pres., George 

Maxwell; Cash., E. C. Chapman. 
1 N., Rockville. Pres., George Talcott; Vice-Pres., C. D. 

Talcott; Cash., John H. Kite. 
Satbrook N.. of Bai .. Tared E. Redfield, Est 

Cash., Charles S. Hough. 
Bhbtuckkt N. (Norwich.) " Pres., Charles Osgood; Cash., 

Wm. Ruath. 
1 N.. South Norwalk. Pro-., Dudley P. Ely. Cash., J. 

J. Millard. 
Bouthport N. incia D. Per Sher- 

wood. 



170 BANKS. 

Stafford N. (Stafford Springs.) Pres., R. S. Beebe; Cash., 

R. S. Hicks. 
Stamford N. Pres., Charles A. Hawley; Cash., George W. 

(ilendining. 
1 N., Stamford. Pres., Charles W. Brown; Cash., A. R. 

Turkington. 
State (Hartford.) Pres., Chas. H. Brainard; Cash., Geo. F. 

Hills. 
1 N., Stonington. Pres., Stiles Stanton; Cash., Wm. J. H. 

Pollard. 
1 N., Suffikld. Pres., I. Luther Spencer; Cash., A. Spen- 
cer, Jr. 
Thames N. (Norwich.) Pres., Franklin Nichols; Cash., Ed. 

N. Gibbs. 
Thompson N. Pres., Jeremiah Olney; Vice-Pres., Stephen 

Crosby; Cash., Hiram Arnold. 
Tolland County N. (Tolland.) Pres., Lucius S. Fuller; 

Cash., Arthur J. Morton. 
N. Tradesmen. (New Haven.) Pres., Matthew G. Elliott; 

Cash., George A. Butler. 
Uncas N. (Norwich.) Pres., Lyman Gould; Cash., Edw'd H. 

Learned. 
N. Union. (New London.) Pres., Wm. H. Chapman; Cash., 

L. C. Learned; Asst. Cash., J. L. Chew. 
Waterbury N. Pres., Augustus S. Chase; Cash., Aug. M. 

Blakesley. 
1 N., West Meriden. Pres., Joel H. Guy; Cash., Charles L. 

Rockwell. 
1 N., Westport. Pres., Horace Staples; Cash., B.L. Wood- 
worth. 
N. Whaling, (New London.) Pres., Sebastian D. Lawrence; 

Cash., Joseph C. Douglass. 
Windham N. Pres., Thomas Ramsdell; Cash., Samuel Bing- 
ham. 
Windham County N. (Brooklyn.) Pres., John Palmer; Cash., 

John P. Wood. 
1 N. Winsted. Pres., Elias E. Gilman; Cash., Frank D. 

Hallet. 
Winsted N. (Winsted.) Pres., John G. Wetmore; Cash., 

Henry C. Young. 
Yale N. (New Haven.) Pres., F. S. Bradley; Cash., John A. 

Richardson. 



STATISTICS OF BANKS. 171 



Statistics of Banks, December 1st, 1881. 

The following Table contains the Capital, Par Value of Shares, Dis- 
count Days, and Dividends paid during the past year, the amount and 
time when paid. 

iEtna X 

American N. 

Anson ia X 

Birmingham N. 

Bridgeport N. 

1st N. Bridgeport, 

Central N. 

Charter Oak X. 

Citizens N. 

City X. B. of Bridgeport, 

City X. B. of llartford. 

City B. of Xew Haven, 

Clinton X 

N. B. of Commerce, 

Conn. X. (Bridgeport;. 

Conn. River B 

Danbury X 

Deep River X. 

X. Exchange, 

Fairfield Co. X. 

Farmers ft Afech's N 

Hartford N 

1st X. Harford, 

Home X. 

Hurlbut X. 

N. Iron, 

I Killing, 
1st X. Litchfield, 
Mechanic, 
Mercantile X. 
Merchants \" | N. Haven 
Merchar.- 

Merideo N. 
Middlesex Co. X. 

Middle town X. 

UtN. Middletown. 

M>>t 

1st X. Myttic Bridge, 

EUvei N 
Xew Britain N 

IV England, 
Haven, 



Capital 


Shs. 


Dis. Days 


Dividends 


$525,000 


100 


M. W. F. 


8 Jan July 


600,000 


50 


M. W. F. 


9 Jan. July 


200,000 


50 


M. Th. 


:. July 


800,000 


100 


Tu. F. 


10 Jan. July 


215,850 


50 


Tu. F. 


10 Jan. July 


210,000 


100 


Tu. F. 


1 1 May Xov. 


150,000 


75 


W. S. 


10 Jan. July 


500,000 


100 


M. W. F. 


8 Jan. July 


300,000 


100 


Tu. 


10 Jan. July 


250,000 


100 


Tu. F. 


8 Jan. July 


550,000 


100 


M. W. F 


2 Aug 


500,000 


100 


Tu. F. 


3 Jan. July 


75,000 


100 


W. 


10 Jan. July 


300,000 


100 


M.Th. 


7 Jan. July 




100 


Tu. F. 


10 Jan. July 


260, 


50 


M. Th. 


- Jan. July 




100 


W. S. 


10 June Dec. 


150,000 


100 


M. 


9 Jan. July 


500.000 


50 


M. W.F. 


9 Jan. July 


800,000 


100 


Tu F. 


8 Jan. July 


750,000 


100 


M. W. F. 


7 Jan. July 


1,132,800 


100 


M. W. F. 


9 June Dec. 


650,000 


100 


M. W. F. 


6 Jan. July. 


600,000 


100 


Tu- 


B Jan. July 




100 


daily 


12 Jan. July 


200,000 


100 


M.Th. 


8 Jan. Julv 


110,000 


100 


M. 


8 Jan. July 


200,000 


100 


daily. 


8 Jan. July 


300,000 


60 


Tu. F 


4 Jan. July 


500.000 


100 


M. W. F. 


7 Jan. July 


500,000 




Tu F 


7 Jan. Julv 


300,000 


40 


M. Th. 




800,000 


100 


W. 


8 Jan. July 


1860,000 


100 


M. Th. 


- Jan. July 


86Vi00 




Tu. F. 


9 Jan. July 




100 


M. Th 


7 Jan. July 




50 


Tu. 


B Jan. July 


150,000 


100 


M. 


j Xov. 


100,000 


50 


Tu. 


B Jan. July 


810,000 


100 


Tu K 


8 Jan July 


180,000 


100 


M. 


8 Jan. Julv 


464,800 


100 


Tu. F 


12 Jan. July 



172 STATISTICS OF BANKS. 



1st N. New Haven, 

2d X. New Haven, 

New Haven Co. N. 

New London City N. 

1st N. New Milford, 

N. Norwalk, 

1st N. Norwich, 

2d N. Norwich, 

Norwich N. 

N. Pahquioque, 

Pawcatuck N. 

Pequonnock N. 

Phoenix N. 

1st N. Portland, 

1st N. Putnam, 

Rockville N. 

1st X. Rockville, 

Saybrook N. 

Shetucket N. 

1st N. South Norwalk, 

Southporc N. 

Stafford N. 

Stamford N. 

1st N. Stamford, 

State, 

1st N. Stonington, 

1st N. Suffield, 

Thames N. 

Thompson N. 

Tolland Co. N. 

N. Tradesmen, 

Uncas N. 

N. Union, 

Waterbury N. 

1st N. West Meriden, 

1st N. Westport, 

N. Whaling, 

Windham N. 

Windham Co. N. 

1st N. Winsted, 

WinstedN., 

Yale N. 



Capital. 


Shs. 


Dis. Days. Dividends. 


500,000 


100 


M Th. 




1,000,000 


100 


M. Th. 


10 Jan. Julv 


350,000 


10 


M. Th. 


9 Apr. Oct. 


100,000 


100 


Tu. F. 




125,000 


100 


daily. 


5 Jan. July 


240,000 


100 


Tu. F. 


6£ Jan. July 


500,000 


100 


M. Th. 


7 May Nov. 


300,000 


100 


M. F. 


7 May Nov. 


220,000 


100 


Tu. F. 


7 June Dec. 


250,000 


100 


W. S. 


10 May Nov. 


85,000 


50 


M. 


7 Dec. June 


200,000 


100 


Tu. F. 


8 Jan. July 


1,000,000 


100 


M. W.F. 


10 Jan. July 


150,000 


100 


M. 


7 j Jan. July 
8 Jan. July 


150,000 


100 


aily. 


300,000 


100 


Tu. F. 


6 Jan. July 


200,000 


100 


Tb. 


10 Jan. July 


100,000 


100 


M. 


8 Jan. July 


100,000 


100 


M. Th. 


8 June Dec. 


200,000 


100 


Tu. 


8 May Nov. 


100,000 


100 


Tu. F. 


12 Jan. July 


200,000 


100 


11 


6 Jan. July 


, 202,020 


30 


Tu. F. 


12 Mar. Sept. 


" 200,000 


100 


Tu. F. 


10 May Nov. 


400,000 


100 


Bf. W. F 


6 Jan. July 


200,000 


100 


M. 


8 Feb. Aug. 


200,000 


100 


M. Th. 


7 May Nov. 


1,000,000 


100 


Tu. F. 


8 Mar. Sept. 


100,000 


100 


Tu. 


7 Apr. Oct. 


100,000 


100 


M. 


5 Jan. July 


300,000 


100 


Tu. F. 


5 Jan. July 


300,000 


50 


M. Th. 


6 May Nov. 


300,000 


100 


Tu. F. 


7 Jan. July 


500,000 


50 


Tu. F. 


6 Jan. July 


500,000 


100 


Sat. 


8 Jan. July 


300,000 


100 


Tu. 


7 Jan. July 


150,000 


25 


' M. Th. 


9 Jan. July 


100,000 


100 


W. 




108,300 


100 


W. 


7 Jan. July 


50,000 








50,000 








750,000 


100 


Tu. F. 


3 Apr. Oct. 



SAVINGS BANKS 



SAVINGS BANKS. 



The following: Table contains the names of the Sayings Banks 
in the State; the names of the Treasurers; the amount of 
deposits on the 1st of October, 1881; the dividends (percent.) 
for the year ending October 1, 1SS1. and when paid: 

Names and 1 Deposits. Dividends. 

Ansonia, Egbert Bartlett, 5416.074.95 5 Ja. Jv. 

Berlin, (Kensington) John Norton, 83,819.17 5 Ja. Jv. 

Bridgeport, Chas. P. Porter, 3,056,422.85 4£ Ja. Jv. 

Bristol, Mile> L. Peck, 558,896.21 b" Ja. Jv. 

Brooklyn, Clarence A. Potter, 419,316.43 4 Mh. Sep. 

Canaan, Joseph W. Peet. 73,304.76 4 Ap. Oc. 

Chelsea, (Norwich,) Geo. D. Coit, 3,301,336.08 4 Mh. Sep. 

Chester, Edward C. Hungerford, 75,210.49 41 Feb. Au. 

Citizens, (Stamford,) Win. C. Hovt, 793,418.89 4£ Ja. Jv. 

Citv,(Bridgep't,) S. M. Middlebrook, 1,852,982.38 4* Ja. Jv. 

City. (Meriden,) C. L. Rockwell, 423,985.70 5$ Ja. Jv. 

Colchester, J. N. Adams, 164;038.92 4" Ap. Oc. 

Collinsville, Samuel N. Codding, 268,879.90 4 Ja. Jy. 
Connecticut, (N. H.,) Elliott H. Morse, 

2,776,647.22 4 Ja. Jv. 

Cromwell, Dime, S. P. Pollev, 96,130.68 4 Ja. Jy. 

Danbury, Henry C. Ryder, ' 1.790,214.67 4 Ap. Oc. 

Deep River, Henry R. Wooster, ~ L86 6 May Nov. 

Derbv, T. S. Birdsev, 5 Ja. Jy. 

Dime, (Hartford,) John W. Welch, 226,840.77 3 Oct. 
Dime, (Middletown,) Abel C. Allison, 41,778.64 No Dividends. 

Dime, (Norwich,) J. Hunt Smith, 1456,046.85 4 May Nov. 

Dime, (Thompson,) Hiram Arnold, 376,756.51 4£ Feb. Au. 

Dime, ( WalUngford,) John Atwater, 89,389.16 5 Ja. Jv. 

Dime, (Waterburv,) G. S. Parsons, 694,096.10 4 Ap. Oc. 

Dime, ( Willimantic,) J. L. Waldron, 511,350.47 4< : Ap. Oc. 

Eastford, H. B. Burnham, 1-".. 836.82 2 

Essex, Edward W. Redfield, 580,954.05 5 Ja. Jv. 

Fairfield Co., (Norwalk) Lester S.Cole, 356.054.16 4 Ap. Oc. 

Falls Village, U. H. Minor, "27.13 4 Ja. Jv. 
Far's & Mech's, (Middletown,) G. N. 

Ward, 1,240,707.45 4 Feb. Au. 

Farmington, Julius Gay, 1,768,866.01 4h Ja. Jv. 

Freestone, (Portland,) Jno. H. Sage, 207,770.68 6 "Feb. Aug. 

Greenwich, Mark Banks, 103,381.77 3J Ja. Jy. 



174 SAVINGS BANKS. 

Names and Treas. Deposits. Dividends 

Groton, Abel H. Simmons, $571,894.93 4 Ap. Oc 

Guilford, Charles Griswold, 117,158.61 4 Ja. Jy, 

Higganum, Edward D. Gilbert, 15,220.23 4 Ja. Jy, 

Jewett City, H. T. Crosby, 325,794.20 5 Ap. Oc 

Litchfield, H. R. Coit, 744,288.63 5 Ja. Jv, 

Mariners, (N. London,) J. E. Darrow, 1,260,728.87 4 Mh. Sep 

Mech's & Far's, (Br'p't,) L. S. Catlin, 232,331.29 4j Ja. Jy 

Mechanics, (Hartford,) W. W. Jacobs, 1,245,644.78 4 Ja. Jy 

Mechanics, (Winsted,) E. E. Gilman, 304,039.87 5 Ja. Jy, 

Meriden, S. H. W. Yale, 1,343,979.20 5 Ja. Jy, 

Middletown, F. L. Gleason, 5,223,498.02 4 May Nov, 

Milford, P. S. Bristol, 82,333.27 5 Ja. Jy 

Moodus, E. W. Chaffee, 138,141.03 4j Ja. Jv 

National, (New Haven,) H. B. Ives, 584,400.49 4 Ja. Jy 

Naugatuck, L. S. Piatt, 116,386.35 5 Ja. Jy 

New Britain, W. F. Walker, 1,059,025.07 4 Ja. Jy, 

New Canaan, Russell L. Hall, 181,098.99 4 Ja. Jy, 

New Haven, J. P. Tuttle, 4,691,789.99 4 Ja. Jv 

- New London, J. C. Learned, 3,166,294.47 4£ Ja. Jy, 

New Milford, Charles Randall, ■ 619,207.98 4 Ap. Oc 

Newtown, H. T. Nichols, 387,091.33 4j Ap. Oc 

Norfolk, J. N. Cowles, 126,011.94 4 Ja. Jy 

Norwalk, G. E. Miller, 1,686,929.62 4 Ja. Jy, 

Norwich, Costello Lippitt, 7,522,112.91 4 Ja. Jy 

Operatives, (N. Haven) 16.81 No Dividends 

Peoples, (Bridgeport,) F. W. Marsh, 1,329,930.84 5 Ja. Jy, 

Peoples, (Rockville,) E. S. Henrv, 203,396.26 5 Ja. Jv- 

Putnam, Jerome Tourtellotte, * 728,264.27 4 Ap. Oc, 

Ridgefield, 1). Smith Gage, 65,764.64 4 Ja. Jy 

Rockville, Lebbeus Bissell, 682,628.84 5 Ap. Oc, 

Salisbury, (Lakeville,) T. L. Norton, 464,879.59 4 Ap. Oc 
Society for Savings, (Hartford,) Z. A. 

Storrs, 8,540,832.11 4 Ju. Dec, 

Southington, F. D. Whittlesev, 367,264.03 4j Ja. Jy, 

South Norwalk, John H. Knapp, 199,252.67 4 Ja. Jy 

Southport, O. H. Perry, 515,701.28 4 Ja. Jy, 

Stafford, R. S. Hicks, " 395,999.41 5 Ja. Jy 

Stafford Springs, Alvarado Howard, 293,891.03 4? Ja. Jv 

Stamford, A. A. Holley, 1,400,096.51 5 Ap. Oc. 

State, (Hartford,) John W. Stedman, 1,789,905.04 4 Feb. Au, 

Stonington, D. B. Spalding, 662,859.37 4 Ju. Dec, 

Suffield, Samuel White, 125,553.61 6 Feb. Au 

Thomaston, G. A. Stoughton, 243,660.80 5 Ja. Jy 



TRUST COMPANIES. 175 

Names and Treas. Deposits. Dividends. 

Tolland, Arthur J. Morton, 118,323.60 2 July. 

Union, (Danburv,) L. R. Tread well, 530,239.49 4 Ap. Oc. 

Waterburv, P. J. Kingsbury, 1,882,797.83 5 Feb. Au. 

Wcstport,' B. L. Woodward, 87.340.61 4^ Ja. Jy. 

Willimantic, H. F. Rovce, 620,594.28 4 Ap. Oc. 

Windham Co. (Dan'lv'eJAnth'y Ames, 814,424.41 4 Ap. Oc. 

Windsor Locks, A. W. Converse, 57,454.54 4 Ap. Oc. 

Winsted, George S. Rowe, 845,204.45 4^ Ja. Jy. 

Woodbury, David S. Bull, 167,112.71 4" Ja. Jy. 



r PRTJS r r COMPOST IKS- 



Hartford Trust Co. Pres., William Faxon; Vice-Pres., 
Chas. M. Joslyn; Sec. and Treas., R. W. Cutler. Capital, $250,- 
000. 

Conn. Trust and Safe Deposit Co., Hartford. Capital, 
$300,000. Pres., Edward B. Watkinson; Vice-Pres., John B. 
Corning; Treas., M. H. Whfiples. 

Security COMPANY, Hartford. Capital, $200,000; surplus, 
$10,000. Pres., Robert E. Dav; Treas., William L. Matson; 
Sec, John C. Abbott. 

United States, Hartford. Capital, $100,000. Pres., Thos. 
0. Enders; Sec. and Treas., H. L. Bunce. 

Equitable, Xew London. Capital, $1,500,000. Pres., Jona- 
than Edwards; Vice-Pres. , F. B. Elliott; Sec. and Trea*., H. R. 
Bond; A*st. Sec. and Treas., Edwin S. Marston. 

Merchants Loan and Trust, Willimantic. Capital, S100,- 
000. Pre<., Win. C. Jillson; Vice-Pres., Ansel Arnold: Treas., 
O. H. K. Ristar. 

Middlesex Banking Co., Middletown. Pres., Robert N. 
Jackson; Vice-Pres., M. E. Vinton; Sec, Chas. E. Jackson. 

Thames Loan and TRUST, Norwich. Capital, $100,000. 
Pres., Sec. and Treas., J. Hunt Smith. 

Thompsonville. Capital, $25,000. Pres., R. B. Morrison; 
Vice-Pres., Lyman A. Lpson; Sec. and Treas., Willi- Gowdy. 

Union, New Haven. Capital, $100,000. Pre^., Henry L. 
Hotchkiss. Sec. and Trea*., William T. Bartlett. 



176 INSURANCE. 



INSURANCE. 



COMMISSIONER, JOHN W. BROOKS, TORKINGTON, TO JULY 27, 
1883; ACTUARY, E. A. STEDMAN ; CLERK, LUTHER BRONSON. 

FIRE INSURANCE COMPANIES. 

Hartford. Capital, $1,250,000. Pres., George L. Chase; 
Sec, C. B. Whiting. 

jEtna. (Hartford.) Capital, $3,000,000. Surplus, $4,000,000. 
Pres., Lucius J. Hendee; Sec, J. Goodnow; Asst. Sec, Win. 
B. Clark; Gen. Agent, E. J. Bassett. 

Connecticut. (Hartford.) Capital, $1,000,000. (Large sur- 
plus.) Pres., J. D. Browne; Sec, Charles R. Burt; Asst. Sec, 
L. W. Clarke. 

Fairfield. (South Norwalk.) Capital, $200,000. Pres., 
Winfield S. Hanford; Vice-Pres., Tallmadge Baker; Sec and 
Treas., Henry R. Turner; Asst. Sec, A. L. Frisbv. 

Meriden. Capital, $200,000. Pres., L. W. Clarke; V.-Pres., 
Eli Butler; Sec, E. B. Cowles; Treas., A. Chamberlain, Jr. 

National. (Hartford.) Capital, $600,000. Pres., Mark How- 
ard ; Sec, James Nichols. 

Norwalk. Capital, $50,000. Pres., William C. Street; 
Sec, George R. Cowles; Treas., Samuel Lynes. 

Orient. (Hartford.) Capital, $500,000. Pres., S. C. Pres- 
ton; Vice-Pres., Newton Case; Sec. and Treas., Geo. W. 
Lester. 

Phcenix. (Hartford.) • Capital, $1,000,000. Pres., Henry 
Kellogg; V.-Pres., A. W. Jillson; Sec, D. W. C. Skilton; Asst. 
Sec, G. H. Burdick. 

People's. (Middletown.) » Capital, $101,500. Pres., J. G. 
Baldwin; Sec. and Treas., S. H. Butler. 

Security, (New Haven.) Capital, $200,000. Pres., Charles 
Peterson; Vice-Pres., Charles S. Leete; Sec, Herbert Mason, 
Ass't Sec, G. E. Nettleton. 



MUTUAL FIRE COMPANIES. 

Bristol. Pres., Henry W. Gridley; Sec, S. R. Gridley. 
Connecticut. (West Meriden.) Pres., Joel H. Guy; Vice- 



[N8UBAH< i:. 177 

. Chas. Parker; Sec, Jas. K. Guv; Treas., C. L. Rock- 
well. 

Dahbuby. Pros., Fred'k S. Wildman; Sec, Wm. S. Peck; 
Treas., Roger Averill. 

Farmington Valley. Pres., Augustus Ward; Sec and 
Treas., Richard H. Gay. 

Farmers. (Snffield.) Pres., Samuel White; Sec. and Treas., 
W. K. Burbank. 

Farmers. (Woodbury.) Pres., Walter S. Curtiss; Sec and 
Treas., David S. Hull. 

Greenwich. Pres., Thomas A. Mead; Sec, John Dayton; 
Treas., Odle C. Knapp. 

Hartford County. Pres. and Treas., Wm E. Sugden; 
Sec Wm. A. Frwing. 

Harwinton. Pres., Charles S. Barber; Sec. and Treas., 
Addison Webster. 

Litchfield. Pres., Abijah Catlin; Sec, Charles Adams; 
Treas., George C. Woodruff. 

Madison. Pres., George Dowd; Sec and Treas., A. M. 
Dowd. 

Middleskx Mutual Assurance Co. Pres., E. Ackley ; 
Sec, H F. Boardman; Asst. Sec, C. W. Harris; Treas., Jno. N. 
Camp. 

New London County. (Norwich.) Pres., E. F. Parker; 
Sec. William Roath. 

Norwich Mutual Assurance. Pres., j Sec. 

and Treas., Asa Backus. 

Rockvillk. Pres., George Maxwell; Sec, A. T. Bissell; 
Treas., George Talcott. 

State Mutual. (Hartford.) Pres., Ralph Gillett; Sec, 
Isaac Cross, Jr. 

Tolland County. Cash Assets, $100,000. Pres., Lucius S. 
Fuller; Sec, John B. Fuller; Treas., K. S. Henry. 

Washington Mutual. Pre.-., S. S. Logan; Sec, George K. 
Logan. 

Windham Couniy. (Brooklyn.) Pres., David Greenslit; 
Sec. and Treas., John Palmer. 

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178 RAILROADS. 

LIFE COMPANIES. 

jEtna. (Hartford.) Assets, $25,000,000. Pres., Morgan G. 
Bulkelev; V.-Pres., J. C. Webster; Actuarv, H. W. St. John; 
Sec, J/L. English; Con. Phys., G. W. Russell. 

Charter Oak. (Hartford.) Pres., George M. Bartholomew; 
Sec., Charles E. Willard; Con. Phys., J. C. Jackson; Med. Ex., 
W. A. M. Wainwright. 

Connecticut Mutual. (Hartford.) Assets, $49,000,000. 
Pres., Jacob L. Greene; V.-Pres., E. B. Watkinson; Sec, 
John M. Taylor; Asst. Sec, Daniel H. Wells. 

Connecticut General, (Hartford.) Assets, $1,400,000. 
Pres.,T. W.Russell; Sec, Fred. V. Hudson. 

Continental. (Hartford.) Capital, $300,000. Pres., Jas. 
S. Parsons; Sec, Robt. E. Beecher; Supt. Agencies, H. P. Bar- 
ton; Actuary, H. R. Morley; Med. Ex., W. M. Hudson. 

Hartford Life and Annuity. Capital, $250,000. Pres., 
E. H. Crosby; Sec, Stephen Ball; Med. Ex., Irving W. Lyon. 

Mutual Benefit, (Hartford.) Pres, Alfred R. Goodrich; 
Sec, . 

Phosnix Mutual Life. (Hartford.) Assets, $10,500,000. 
Pres., Aaron C. Goodman; V.-Pres., Jonathan B. Bunco; Sec, 
John M. Holcombe; Con. Phys., A. W. Barrows. 



ACCIDENT COMPANIES. 

Travelers Insurance Co. (Hartford.) (Life and Accident.) 
Capital, $000,000; Cash Assets, $5,500,000. Pres., J. G. Bat- 
terson; Sec, Rodney Dennis; Assist. Sec, John E. Morris; 
Actuary, George Ellis; Supt. of Agencies, E. V. Preston; 
Con. Surgeon, G. P. Davis; Surg, and Adjuster, J. B. 
Lewis. 

Hartford Steam Boiler Inspection and Ins. Co. Capi- 
tal, $200,000. Pres., J. M. Allen; V.-Pres., Wm. B. Franklin; 
Sec, J. B. Pierce. 



RAILROADS. 



Commissioners. — George M. Woodruff, Litchfield, 1883; 
John W. Bacon, Danburv, Julv 1, 1884; William II. Hay ward, 
July 1, 1885. Clerk, Gebrge T. Utley, Hartford. 

New York, New Haven & Hartford. — Pres., George H. 
\Vatrous,New York; Vice-Pres'ts.,C. P. Clark, E. M. Reed, New 



RAILROADS. 179 

York; Sec, K. I. Sanford, New Haven; Treas., Wra. L. Squire, 
New York; Supt., N.Y. & N. H. Division, John T. Moody; Supt., 
Hartford Division, C. S.Davidson; Supt., Shore Line Division, 
W. H. Stevenson. Directors, Augustus Schell, A. R. Van Nest, 
Wm. H. Yanderbilt, Wilson G. Hunt. New York; Geo. N. Mil- 
ler, Southport; Wm. D. Bishop, Nath'l Wheeler, Bridgeport; K. 
H. Trowbridge, Geo. H. Watrous, E. M. Keed, New Haven; 
Charles M. Pond, Henry C. Robinson, Hartford; Chester W. 
Chapin, Springfield. 

Boston and New York Air Line. — Pres., H. B. Hammond, 
X. Y.; Sec, T. L. Watson, Bridgeport; Treas., D. B. Hatch, N. 
Y.j Supt., Jos. H. Franklin, New Haven. Directors, S. S. 
Sands, James D. Smith, E. H. Bonner, D. B. Hatch, N. Y.; 
T. L. Watson, Bridgeport; H. G. Lewis, Simeon E. Baldwin, 
New Haven; John N. Camp. Middletown; Silas F. Loomer, 
H. Walter Webb. 

Colchester Railway, (Colchester to Turnerville.) — 
Pres., Erastus S. Day, Colchester; Sec, Ira A. Dinsmore, Col- 
chester; Treas., Giles G. Wickwire, New London. Directors, 
E. S. Day, W. S. Curtis, Leander Chapman, Colchester; Giles 
G. Wickwire, New London; G.G. Standish, Willimantic 

Connecticut Central, (Hartford to Springfield.) — Pres. and 
Treas., D. D. Warren, Springfield; Vice-Pres., Francis Gowdy, 
Melrose; Sec, T. M. Maltbie, Hartford; Directors, D. D. War- 
ren, Wm. Birnie, James W. Perkins, Boston; Francis Gowdy, 
John M. Stiles, J. A. Thompson, Melrose; Simeon E. Baldwin, 
Haven; N. S. Osborn, Lemuel Stoughton, East Windsor 
Hill; H. P. Stedman, East Hartford; E. Prickett, Hazardville; 
E. S. Henrv, Rockville. 

Hartford and Connecticut Western, (Hartford to 

Millerton.) — Pres., Wm. L. Gilbert, West Winsted; Vice-Pres., 
C. T. Hillyer, Hartford; Sec. and Treas., E. R. Beardsley, Hart- 
ford. Supt., John F. Jono>. Directors, A. H. Holley, Salis- 
bury; Win. H. Barnum, Lime Rock; Chas. T. Hillyer, L. B. 
Mernam, T. If. Allyn, H. S. Barbour, John F. Jones, Hart- 
ford; Wm. L. Gilbert, George Dudley, West Winsted; Ly- 
man Dunning, East Canaan; Frederick Miles, Chapinville; 
E. T. Butler, Norfolk; Joseph Toy, Sim>burv. 

Danhuhy and Nokwalk.— Pres., James W. Hyatt, I 
walk. Sec and Trees., Harvey Williams: Supt., Lewis W 
Sandiforth, Danbury. Directors* R. P. Flower, N. Y.: Wm. C. 



180 RAILROADS. 

Street, James W. Hyatt, Frederick St. John Lockwood, Nor- 
walk; Edwin Sherwood, Southport; Orrin Benedict. Bethel; 
L. P. Hoyt, David P. Nichols, E. S. Tweedy, Nathan M. 
George, Danbury ; Henry McHarg, Ridgfield. 

Hartford and Connecticut Valley, (Hartford to Say- 
brook.) — Pres., and Supt., Samuel Babcock, Hartford; Vice- 
Pres., Gurdon Bill, Springfield, Mass.; Sec. and Treas., C. H. 
Smith, Jr., Hartford; Directors, Samuel Babcock, Hen- 
ry Kellogg, Richard D. Hubbard, James J. Goodwin, Charles 
M. Beach, Franklin Chamberlin, Hartford; Chester W. 
Chapin, Gurdon Bill, Springfield; D. C. Spencer, Old Say- 
broook. 

Housatonic, (Bridgeport to Pittsfield, Mass.) — Pres., Wm. 
H. Barnum, Lime Rock; Vice-Pres., David S. Draper; Sec. 
and Treas., C. K. Averill; Supt., L. B. Stillson — all of 
Bridgeport ; Directors, Edward Leavitt, Samuel Willetts, John 
B. Peck, New York; "William H. Barnum, Lime Rock; George 
W. Peet, Falls Village; A. B. Mygatt, New Milford; Horace 
Nichols, David S. Draper, Wm. D. Bishop, New York. 

Naugatuck, (Bridgeport to Winsted.) — Pres., E. F. Bishop; 
Sec. and Treas., Horace Nichols; Supt., George W. Beach — 
all of Bridgeport. Directors, E. F. Bishop, W. D. Bishop, 
Russell Tomlinson, Bridgeport; Royal M. Bassett, Birming- 
ham; Henry Bronson, John B. Robertson, New Haven; J. G. 
Wetmore, Winsted, A. L. Dennis, Newark, N. J.; F. J. Kings- 
bury, Waterbury. 

New Canaan, (Stamford to New Canaan.) — Pres., S. Y. St. 
John, New Canaan; Vice-Pres., Joseph B. Hoyt, Stamford; 
Sec, A. F. Jones; Treas., George F. Lockwood; Supt, 
Wm. St. John— all of New Canaan. Directors, Selleck Y. St. 
John, Albert S. Comstock, William G. Webb, William E. 
Raymond, Edwin Hovt, New Canaan; Joseph B. Hoyt, Stam- 
ford; Willard Parker, New York; S. B. St. John, Hartford. 

New Haven and Derby, (New Haven to Ansonia.) — Pres., 
J. H. Bartholomew, Stony Creek; Vice-Pres., Charles L. 
English; Sec, F. E. Harrison; Treas., Charles Atwater; Supt, 
E. S. Quintard — all of New Haven. Directors, Henry S. Daw- 
son, Charles L. English, N. D. Sperry, Joel A. Sperrv, Charles 
Atwater, Isaac Anderson, New Haven; George W. Shelton, 
Edward N. Shelton, Thomas L. Cornell, George P. Cowles, 
Birmingham; J. H. Bartholomew, Stony Creek; Thomas 
Wallace, Franklin Farrell, Ansonia. City Directors, John B. 
Robertson, H. F. Holcomb. 



RAILRO I 181 

Nbw Haven and Northampti Haven, Conn., to 

Conway Junction. Mass.) — Pres., Charles N. Yeamans, New 
Haven; Supt., Carl A. Goodnow, New Haven. Directors, 
Charles N. Yeamans, A. L. Kidston. Iff. G. Elliott, George 
J, Brush, Daniel Trowbridge, George H. Watrous, New Haven; 
William D. Bishop, Bridgeport; Charles M. Pond, Hartford; 
H. G. Knight, East Hampton, Mass. 

New London Northern, (New London Conn., to Brattle- 
boro, Vt.) — Pres. and Treas., Robert Coit, New London. Sec, 
.1. A. Southard, New London; Supt., Geo. W. Bentley, New 
London. Directors, W.W. Billings, Win. H. Barns, Benj. Stark, 
A. Brandegee, R. Coit, J. N. Harris, New London; C. H. Osgood, 
Norwich; \Ym. H. Hill, Boston; Wm. Allen Butler, New York; 
Thomas Ramsdell, Windham; James A. Rumrill, Springfield, 
Mass. 

Nbw York and New England. — Pres., James H. Wilson; 
Sec, James W.Perkins; Treas., George B. Phippen; Supt. 
Bast Div., 0. M. Shepard — all of Boston. West Div., J. C 
Rawn, Hartford. Providence Div., L. W. Palmer, Provi- 
dence. Woonsocket Div., O. M. Shepard, Boston. Directors, 
Jes.-e Metcalf, Legrand B. Cannon, Eustice C. Fitz, Cyrus W. 
Field, Jonas H. French, Jay Gould, R. Suydam Grant *W T illiam 
T. Hart, Henry L. Higginsbn, Hugh J. Jewett, Frederick J. 
Kingsbury, George B. Roberts, Russell Sage, James H. Wilson. 

New York, Providence and Boston (New London to 
Providence, R. I.) — Pres., Samuel D. Babcock; Vice-Pres., 
DavidS. Babcock; Treas., Henry Morgan — all of New York; 
Sec, A. R. LongleyJr. ; Engineer, A. S. Mathews, Stoningtou; 
Supt , J. B. Gardiner, Providence, R. 1. Directors, Samuel 
D. Babcock, David S. Babcock, Wm. F. Gary, Jr., Henrv 
Morgan, James B. Johnston, George M. Miller, New York; N. 
F. Dixon, Westerly, R. I.; John A. Burnham, Boston; Charles 
H. Salisbury, Providence; Henry Howard, Coventry, R. I.; 
A. S. Mathews, Stonington. 

Norwich and WORCESTER. — Pres., F. EL Dewey, Wor- 
cester, Mas*. ; Treas., George L. Perkins; Sec, E. T. Clapp; 
Supt.. P. St. M. Andrews — all of Norwich. Directors, J. F. 
Slater, Norwich; F. H. Dewey, Geo. W. Gill, Charles W. 
Smith, E. L. Davis, Worcester; W. F. Weld, Phila.; W. 
Bayard Cutting, N. V. 

Ridgefield and New York.— Pres., Ellwood Burdsall, 
Port Chester, N. Y.; Vice-Pres., Wm. J. Mead, Greenwich; 



182 RAILROADS. 

Sec, Ephraim Sours, Port Chester, N. Y. ; Treas., Hiram K. 
Scott, Ridgefield. 

Rockville (Vernon Depot to Rockville). — Pres., George 
Maxwell, Rockville ; Sec'y and Treas., J.C.Hammond, Jr. ; Supt., 
A. H. Putnam. Directors, George Maxwell, Crosley Fitton, 
H. L. James, J. C. Hammond, Jr., George Talcott, Rockville. 

Shepaug (Litchfield to Hawleyville). — Pres., Henry W. Buel; 
Vice-Pres. and Treas., Henry R. Coit; Sec, Wm. Deming; 
Supt., Edwin McNeil — all of Litchfield. Directors, Henry 
W. Buel, H. R. Coit, Wm. Deming, L. VV. Wessells, Dorsey Ne- 
ville, H. 0. Morse, Asahel H. Morse, Edwin McNeil, Litchfield. 

Shore Line (New Haven to New London). — Leased to and 
operated by New York, New Haven & Hartford R. R. Co. 
Pres., S. B. Chittenden, New York; Vice-Pres., Samuel Heming- 
way, New Haven; Sec. and Treas., Wilbur F. Day, New Haven. 
Supt., W. H. Stevenson, New Haven. Directors, S. B. Chitten- 
den, Chas. G. Landon, New York; William T. Bartlett, Samuel 
Hemingway, E. H. Trowbridge, H. L. Hotchkiss, New Haven. 

South Manchester (Manchester to South Manchester). — 
Pres., Frank W. Cheney; Sec. and Gen. Manager, Richard 
0. Cheney; Treas., Charles S. Cheney. Directors, Ralph 
Cheney, Rush Cheney, Frank Cheney, Frank W. Cheney, 
Richard 0. Cheney — all of South Manchester. 

Watertown and Waterbury. — Pres., Wm. D. Bishop, 
Bridgeport; Sec. and Treas., Leman W. Cutler, Watertown. Di- 
rectors, Wm. D. Bishop, Russel Tomlinson, Horace Nichols, 
Bridgeport; Owen B. King, Leman W. Cutler, Merrit Hemin- 
way, Henry Merriman, Watertown; George W. Beach, Fred'k 
J. Kingsbury, Waterbury ; Royal M. Basset, Derby. 

Capital stock issued, $46,348,350. Total debt, $24,643,143. 
Gross earnings, $13,803,415. Net earnings, $5,228,127. Miles 
of road in the State, 1,269. Total cost of construction and equip- 
ments, $81,305,241. Passengers carried in 1881, 13,205,826. 
Dividends paid in 1881, $2,575,071. Operating Expenses, $8,- 
575.2- 






GOVERNMENT OF THE UNITED STATES. 

President. CHESTER A. ARTHUR, X. Y., Salary, $50,000 

Fred'k T. FbeliegHUYSEN, X. J., Secretary of State, 8,000 

Charles J. Foi geb, X. Y., Secretary of the Treasury, 8,000 

ROBERT T. Lincoln, Illinois, Secretary of War, 8,000 

William H. Hint, La., Secretary of the Navy, 8,000 

Timothy 0. Howe, Wisconsin, Postmaster-General, S,000 

Benjamin H. Brewster, Penn., Attorney-General, 8,000 

S. .1. Kirkwood. Missouri, Secretary of the Interior, 8,000 



THE JUDICIARY. 

SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES. 

M<ets first Monday in December, at Washington. 

Chief Justice, Morrison R. Waite, Ohio; salary, $10, 500. 
JUDGES, Samuel F. Miller, of Iowa; Stephen J. Field, of 
California; William B. Woods of Georgia; Joseph P. Bradley, 
of New Jersey; Ward Hunt, of Xew York; John M. Harlan, of 
Kentucky; Stanley Matthews, of Ohio; Horace Grav, of Mass.; 
salary, 510,000. 

Clerk, Jas. H. M( Kenney, Washington, D. C. 

Marshal, J. G. NlCOLAY, Washington, D. C. 

Reporter, Wm. T. Otto. 

XLVI. CONGRESS. 
SENATK. 

President pro-temp.ore y David Davis, Illin 
Secretary, 

The dates opposite the names of the Senators are those when 
they entered the Senate, and when their present terms expire. 

ALABAMA. CONNECT KIT. 

John T. Morgan, 1877-88 Orville H. Piatt, 1-79-85 

James L. Pugh, 1880-b:. Joseph R. Hawley, L881-87 

ABBA DELAWARE. 

Augustus II. Garland, 1877-83 Kli Saulsbnrw 1871-88 

James I). Walker, 1879-86 Thos. F. Bayard. 180 

CALIFORNIA. FLORIDA. 

John F. Miller, 1887 Charles W. Jones, 1875-87 

James T. Farley, 1879-bo Wilkinson Call, 1-79-85 

Colorado. OEOB6IA. 

Henry M. Teller, 1876-83 Benjamin H. Hill, 1877-88 

Nathaniel P. Hill, 36 Jos. F. Brown, 1880-85 



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So 



ILLINOIS. 

David Davis, 1877- 

John A. Logan, 1879- 

INDIANA. 

Daniel W. Voorhees, 1879 

Benjamin Harrison, 1881- 

IOWA. 

James W. McDill, 1881- 

William B. Allison, 1879- 

KANSAS. 

Preston B. Plumb, 1877-83 

John J. Ingalls, 1879-85 

KENTUCKY. 

James B. Beck, 1877-83 

John S. Williams, 1879-85 

LOUISIANA. 

Wm. Pitt Kellogg, 1877-83 

Benjamin F. Jonas, 1879-85 

MAINE. 

Wm. P. Frye, 1881-83 

Eugene Hale, 1881-87 

MARYLAND. 

James B. Groome, 1879-85 

Arthur P. Gorman, 1881-87 

MASSACHUSETTS. 

George F. Hoar, 1877-83 

Henry L. Dawes, 1881-87 

MICHIGAN. 

Thomas W. Ferrv, 1871-83 

Omar D. Conger," 1881-87 

MINNESOTA. 

William Windom, 1871-83 

S. J. R. McMillan, 1881-87 

MISSISSIPPI. 

John Z. George, 1881-87 

L. Q. C. Lamar, 1877-83 

MISSOURI. 

George G. Vest, 1879-85 

Francis M. Cockrell, 1881-87 

NEBRASKA. 

Alvin Saunders, 1877-83 

Chas. H. Van Vfyck, 1881-87 

NEVADA. 

John P. Jones, 1879-85 

James G. Fair, 1881-87 



NEW HAMPSHIRE. 



1877- 
1879- 



1877-i 
1881-: 



1881- 

1881- 



1879-85 



1879- 

1881- 



1877- 
1879- 



Edward H. Rollins, 
Henry W. Blair, 

NEW JERSEY 

John R. McPherson, 
W r m. J. Sewell, 

NEW YORK. 

Elbridge G. Lapham, 
Warner Miller, 

NORTH CAROLINA. 

Matthew W. Ransom, 1872- 
Zebulon B. Vance, 

OHIO. 

George H. Pendleton, 
John Sherman, 

OREGON. 

Lafayette Grover, 
James H. Slater, 

PENNSYLVANIA. 

J. Donald Cameron, 1879- 
John I. Mitchell, 1881- 

RHODE ISLAND. 

Henry B. Anthony, 1859- 
Nelson W. Aldrich, 1881- 

SOUTH CAROLINA. 

Matthew C. Butler, 1877 
Wade Hampton, 1879- 

TENNESSEE. 

Isham G. Harris, 
Howell E. Jackson, 

TEXAS. 

Samuel B. Maxey, 
Richard Coke, 

VERMONT. 

Geo. F. Edmunds, 
Justin S. Morrill, 

VIRGINIA. 

John W. Johnston, 
William Mahone, 

WEST VI KG INI A. 

Henry G. Davis, 1871 

Johnson N. Camden, 1881 

WISCONSIN. 

Angus Cameron, 1875- 

Philetn* Sawyer, 1881- 



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1881- 



1875- 
1877 



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1879 



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1881- 



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HOI 1 85 

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. 

\ iv i . i : , J. Warren Keifer, Ohio. * 
Clerk, Edward McPherson, Pennsylvania 

The House consists of 293 Members, and S Territorial Dele- 
gates who have no vote. 

ALABAMA. 1. Thomas H. Herndon; 2, Hilearv A.Herbert; 3, 
William C. Oates : 4, Charles M. Shelley ; 5, Thomas Williams ; 
6, Goldsmith W. Hewitt, 7, William H. Forney; 8, Joseph 
Wheeler. 

Arkansas. 1, Poindexter Dunn; 2, James K. Jones, 3, 
Jordan E. Cravens; 4, Thomas M. Gunter. 

California. 1, W. S. Rosecrans; 2, Horace F. Page; 3, Camp- 
bell P. Berry; 4, Romualdo Pacheco. 

Colorado. 1, James B. Belford. 

Connecticut. 1, John R. Buck; 2, James Phelps; 3, 
John T. Wait; 4, Frederick Miles. 

Delaware. 1, Edward L. Martin. 

Florida. 1, R. H. M. Davidson; 2, Jesse J. Finley. 

Georgia. 1, George R. Black; 2, Henry G. Turner; 3, 
Philip Cook; 4, Hugh Buchanan; 5, N. J. Hammond; 6, Jas. 
H. Blount; 7, Judson C. Clements; 8, Alexander H. Stephens; 
9, Emory Speer. 

Illinois. 1, William Aldrich; 2, George R. Davis; 3, 
Chas. 1). Farwell; 4, John C. Sherwin; 5, Robert M. A. Hawk; 
6, Thomas J. Henderson; 7, William Cullen; 8, Lewis E. Pay- 
son: 9,* John H. Lewis; io, Benjamin F. Marsh j 11, James \V\ 
Singleton; 12, Win. M. Springer; 13, Dietrich C. Smith; 14, 
Joseph G. Cannon; 15, S. \V. Moulton; 16, William A. J. 
Sparks; 17, Win. R. Morrison; 18, John R. Thomas; 19, K. W. 
Townshend. 

Indiana. 1, William Heilman; 2, Thomas R. Cobb; 3, S. 
M. Stockslager; 4, W. S. Holman; 5, Courtney C. Matson; 0, 
Thomas M. Browne; 7, Stanton .1. Peelle; 8, Robert B. 1 •'. 
Pierce; 9, Godlove S. Orth; 10, Mark L. Demotte; 11, Geo. 
W. Steele; 12, Walpole G. Colerick: 13, Win. H. Calkins. 

Iowa. 1, Mo<es A. McCoid; 2, Suwall S. Farwell; 3, 
Thomas Updegrall"; 4, Nathaniel C. Deering; 6, William G. 
Thompson; 6 f Madison E. Cutts; 7, John A. Kasson; B, Wm. 
P. Hepburn; 9, Cyrns C. Carpenter. 



186 HOUSE. 

Kansas. 1, John A. Anderson; 2, Dudley C. Haskell; 
3, Thomas Ryan. 

Kentucky. 1, Oscar Turner; 2, James A. McKenzie; 
3, John W. Caldwell; 4, J. Proctor Knott; 5, Albert S. Willis; 
6, John G.Carlisle; 7, J. C. S. Blackburn; 8, Philip B. 
Thompson, Jr.; 9, John D. White; 10, Elijah C. Phister. 

Louisiana. 1, Randall L. Gibson ; 2, E. .John Ellis; 3, Chester 
B. Darrell; 4, Nathan C. Blanchard; 5, J. Floyd King; 6, Ed- 
ward W. Robertson. 

Maine. 1, Thomas B. Reed; 2, Nelson Dingley; 3, S. D. 
Lindsey; 4, George W. Ladd; 5, Thompson H. Murch. 

Maryland. 1, George W. Covington; 2, J. Fred. C. Tal- 
bott; 3, F. S. Hoblitzell; 4, Robert M. McLane; 5, Andrew G. 
Chapman; 6, Milton G. Urner. 

Massachusetts. 1, William W. Crapo; 2, Benj. W. Harris; 
3, A. A. Rannev; 4, Leopold Morse; 5, Zelwyn Z. Bowman; 
6, Eben F. Stone; 7, William A. Russell; 8, John W. Candler; 
9, William W. Rice; 10, Amasa Norcross; 11, George D. 
Robinson. 

Michigan. 1. Henry W. Lord; 2, Edwin Willits; 3, Edward 

5. Lacy; 4, Julius C. Burrows; 5, George W. Webber; 

6, Oliver L. Spaulding; 7, John T. Rich; 8, Roswell G. Horr; 
9, Jay A. Hubbell. 

Minnesota. 1, Mark H. Dunnell; 2, Horace B. Stratt; 3, 
William D. Washburn. 

Mississippi. 1, H. L. Muldrow; 2, Van H. Manning; 
3, Hernando D. Money; 4, Otho R. Singleton; 5, Charles E. 
Hooker; 6, James R. Chalmers. 

Missouri. 1, Martin L. Clard v ; 2, Thomas Allen ; 3, Richard 
G. Frost; 4, Lowndes H. Davi?;*5, Richard P. Bland; 6, Ira S. 
Hazeltine; 7, Theron X. Rice; 8, Robert T. Van Horn; 9, Nich 
olas Ford; 10, J. H. Burrows; 11, John B. Clark, Jr.; 12, Wm. 
H. Hatch; 13, Aylett H. Buckner. 

Nebraska. 1, Edward K. Valentine. 

Nevada. 1, George W. Cassidy. 

New Hampshire. 1, Joshua G. Hall; 2, James F. Briggs; 3. 
Ossian Ray. 

New Jersey. 1, George M. Robeson ; 2, John H. Brewer; 
:;. Miles Ross; 4, Henry S. Harris; 5, John Hill; 6, Phineas 
Jones; 7, Aug. A. Hardenbergh. 



HOI I l v 7 

New York. 1, Perry Belmont; 2, Wm. E. Robinson; 
Hyatt Smith; 4, Archibald Iff. Bliss; 5, Benjamin Wood; 6, 
Samuel S. Cox; 7, Philip H. Dngro; 8, Anson G. McCook; 9, 
R. P. Flower; 10, Abram S. Hewitt; 11, John Hardy; 12, 
Waldo Hutchins; 13, John H. Ketcham; 14, Lewis Beach; 15, 
Thomas Cornell; 16, Michael M. Nolan; 17, Walter A. Wood; 
1\ John Hammond; 19, Abraham X. Parker; 20, George 
West; 21, Ferris Jacobs, Jr.; 22, C. R. Skinner; 23, Cyrus D. 
Prescott; 24, JoseDh Mason: 25, Frank Hiscock; 26, John 
H. Camp; 27, J. W. Wadsworth; 28, Jeremiah W. D wight; 29. 
David P. Richardson; 30, John Van Voorhis; 31, Richard 
Crowley; 32, Jonathan L. Scoville; 33, Henry Van Aernam. 

North Carolina. 1, Louis C. Latham: 2, Orlando Hubbs: 
3, J. W. Shackleford; 4, Walter R. Cox; 5, Alfred M. Scales: 
6, Clement Dowd; 7, Robert F. Armrleld; 8, Robert B. Vance. 

Ohio. 1, Benjamin Butterworth; 2, Thomas L. Young; 3, 
Henry L. Morey; 4, Emanuel Shultz; 5, Benjamin Le Fevre; 
ti, James M. Ritchie; 7, John P. Leedom; 8, Joseph W. Keifer; 
mes S. Robinson; 10, John B. Rice: 11, Henry S. Neal ; 
" j orge L. Converse; 13 Gibson Atherton: 14, George W. 
Geddes; 15, Rufus R. Dawes; 16, Jonathan T. Updegraff; 17. 
William McKinJey Jr.; 18, Addison S. McClure: 19, Ezra B. 
Taylor; 20, Amos Townsend. 

Oregon. 1, M. C. George. 

Pennsylvania. 1, Henry H.Bingham; 2, Chas. O'Neill: 
3, Samuel J. Randall; 4, Win. D. Kelley; 5, Alfred C. Harmer; 
6, William Ward; 7, William Godshalk ; 8, Daniel Ermen- 
trout; 9, A. Herr Smith; 10, William Mutchler; 11, Robert 
Klotz; 12, Joseph A. Scranton; 13, Charles X. Barnaul; 14. 
Samuel F. Barr; 15, Cornelius C. Jadwin: 10, Robert J. I . 
Walker; 17, Jacob M. Campbell; IS, Horatio G. Fisher; 
Frank Beltzhoover; 20, Andrew G. Curtin; 21, Morgan R. 
Wise; 22, Russell Krrett: 23, Thomas M. Bayne: 24, W. > 
Shallenberger; 25, James Moagrove; 26, Samuel H. Mi lie 
Lewis F. Watson. 

Rhode Island. 1, Henry J. Spooner; 2, Jonathan Chase. 

South Cabolwa. 1, John S. Richardson; 2. s . Dibble; 
3, D. Wyatt Aiken; 4, John H. Kvins; 5, Geo. D. Tillman. 

Tennessee. 1, A. II. Pettibone; 2, Leonidaa C. Honk; 8, 
George G. Dibrell; 4, Benton McMillin; 5, Richard Warner; 
6, John F. House; 7. W. C. Whitthorne; 8, John I). C. Atkins; 
9, Charles B. Simnntnn: in. Wm. R. Mnore. 



188 D. S. INTERNAL REVENUE. 

Texas. 1, John H. Reagan; 2, David R. Culberson; 3, Olin 
Wellborn; 4, Roger Q. Mills; 5, George W. Jones; 6, Columbus 
Upson. 

Vermont. 1, Charles H. Joyce; 2, James M. Tyler; 3, 
Wm. W. Grout. 

Virginia. 1, George T. Garrison; 2, John F. Dezendorf; 
3, George D. Wise; 4, Joseph Jorgensen; 5, George C. Cabell; 
6, John R. Tucker; 7, John Paul; 8, John S. Barbour; 9, 
Abram Fulkerson. 

West Virginia. 1, Benjamin Wilson; 2, John Blair 
Hoge; 3, John E. Kenna. 

Wisconsin. 1, Chas. G. Williams; 2, Lucien B. Caswell; 
3, George C. Hazelton; 4, Peter V. Deuster; 5, Edward S. 
Bragg; 6, Richard Guenther; 7, H. L. Humphrey; 8, Thaddeus 
C. Pond. 



TERRITORIAL DELEGATES. 

Arizona. G. H. Ouray. 
Dakota. R. F. Pettigrew. 
Idaho. George Ainslee. 
Montana. Martin Maginnis. 
New Mexico. T. Luna. 
Utah. 

Washington. Thomas H. Brents. 
Wyoming. M. E. Post. 



XJ. S. I^TICRIS^L, REVENUE. 



1st Dist., Hartford, Tolland, New London, and Wind- 
ham Counties. 

Collector, Joseph Selden, Norwich. Deputies, A. Irving 
Royce, Norwich; Win. W. House, H. S. House, Hartford; Wm. 
H.Fuller, Suffield; George R. Case, Norwich. Gaugers, Alfred 
E. Sheldon, Hartford; Frederick A. King, Thompsonville; W. 

A. Stocking, Simsbury; David B. Hale, Collinsville; Samuel 

B. Knapp, Norwich. * Store-keepers, E. T. Spooner, Joseph 
Dawson, Warehouse Point; Josiah F. Williston; H. D. Adams, 
Hartford. Clerk, F. E. Griffin, Norwich. 



CUSTOM HO U8E 18 ( J 

2d Dist., New Havkn. Middlesex, Faihfield, and Litch- 
field Counties. 

Collector, David F. Hollister, Bridgeport. Deputies, F. E. 
Barlow, Henry C. Lemmon; Clerk, William H. Kelsey, Bridge- 
port; Henrv L. Allen, West Win-ted; John H. Rowland, H. J. 
Mlofl*,New Haven; John B. Wright, Clinton; W. R. Willi- 
ams, Waterbury. Gaugers, John A. Boughton, Bridgeport; C. 
G. G. Merrill, New Haven; Carlos P. Merwin, New Milford; 
David B. Hale, Collinsville. Store-Keeper and Gauger, Bur- 
ton G. Warner, New Haven. 



CUSTOM HOUSE OFFICERS. 

FAIRFIELD District, west of Housatonic River to State line. 
— Collector, Julius S. Hanover, Bridgeport ; Deputy Collector, 
Inspector, etc., James H. Porter. Night Inspector, Samuel W. 
Hodge, Bridgeport. 

Inspector for Norwalk, Gould D. Jennings; for Stamford, 
Geo. E. Scofield. Pilots, Bridgeport Harbor, S. A. McNeil, 
John H. Plumb; Housatonic River, Rufus Buddington; Nor- 
walk Harbor, Z. Rowland. Pilots of Tug-Boats, Bridgeport, 
Wm. Hayes; Norwalk, Peter Decker. 

MIDDLETOWN District, extending from Springfield, Mass., 
to Clinton, Conn.— Collector, Aug. Putnam, Middletown. Special 
Deputy Collector and Inspector, Geo. W. Burke, Middletown. 
Janitor, George S. Parmelee, Middletown. Storekeeper, Arthur 
E. Howard, Hartford. 

Hartford, Deputy Collector, Joseph F. Field; Inspector, 
Samuel B. Dickinson, Saybrook Point. 

NEW HAVEN District, extending from Madison to the Hou- 
satonic River. — Collector, Cyrus Northrop. Deputy Collector, 
Edmund Pendleton. Clerks, Jesse Peck, C. S. Bunnell, Edwin 
Case. Weighers, Gaugers and Measurers, S. R. Crampton, John 
W. Lane. Inspectors, E. D. S. Goodyear, H. 0. Beach, W. R. 
Lloyd, George S. Allen. Night Inspector, Edward Coe. Light- 
house Keepers, Elizur Thompson, Gilbert A. W. Ford. Mes- 
senger, Theodore Knipping. Janitor, George S. Loveland. 
Boatsman, Tunis Bouns. 

Inspector for Branford and Sachem's Head, Grant Smith. 

Inspector for Derby and Milford, Lucius Gilbert. 



190 POST OFFICES. 

NEW LONDON District.— Collector, John A. Tibbits. Dep- 
uty Collector and Inspector, C. G. Sistare. Inspectors, Wra. R. 
Austin, New London; Geo. W. Geer, John Bishop. Norwich; 
Boatman and Messenger, John W. Brown. Janitor, Anthony- 
Jerome. Physician, Marine Hospital, John G. Stanton. Steam- 
boat Inspectors, Elisha P. Beckwith, Philo B. Hovey, New 
London. 

Pilots, Thame? River, and Sound, Clark S. Rogers, B. W. 
Harris, Leonard Smith, Perkins Harris; Norwich, James M. 
Holt, Henry G. Roath, Edward Smith, Thomas Comstock; 
Lyme, John 0. Miner. 

STONINGTON District.— Collector, George Hubbard. Dep- 
uty Collectors and Inspectors, William Williams, Stonington; 
George D. Cross, Pawcatuck, Conn., and Westerly, R. I. 
Boat-Keeper, Stephen D. Merret, Stonington. 

Deputy Collector for Mystic Bridge, Mystic River and 
Noank, Asa Fish. 



POST-OFFICE DEPARTMENT. 

Postage on Letters, prepaid by Stamps, 3 cents each $ oz. or 
fraction thereof, to all parts of the country. Drop and Local 
letters, at offices of free delivery by carrier, 2 cents per $ oz ; 
at other offices 1 ct. Postal Cards, 1 cent each. 

Registered letters, 10 cents each, in addition to the regular 
postage. 

SECOND-CLASS MATTER. 

Newspapers and periodicals, issued at stated intervals, as 
frequently as four times a year, including sample copies from 
an office of publication, or from a news agency to actual sub- 
scribers, 2 cents for each lb. or fraction thereof; one copy to 
each actual subscriber residing in the county where printed 
and published, free; but cannot be delivered at letter carrier 
offices, unless postage is paid at 2 cents a lb. 

Newspapers (excepting weeklies), and periodicals not exceed- 
ing two ounces, 1 cent each; and periodicals, over two ounces, 
two cents each, when delivered from carrier office. 

THIRD-CLASS MATTER. 

Books (of any weight, if single), transient newspapers and 
periodicals, circulars, and other matter wholly in print, proof- 



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sheets, corrected proof-sheets, and manuscript copy accompany- 
ing the same, date, and name of the addressed and of the sender 
of circulars, and correction of mere typographical errors. On 
matter of this class (and fourth class) name or address of sender 
on wrapper, or matter with word "from M preceding the same, 
and on books a simple manuscript dedication or inscription on 
cover or blank leaf, 1 cent for each two ounces or fraction 
thereof. 

FOURTH-CLASS MATTER. 

Metals, minerals, merchandise, samples of ores, blank cards, 
flexible patterns, seeds, cuttings, bulbs, roots, and all matter not 
in 1st, 2d, and 3d class, that will not injure the mails or the 
person, not over four pounds for each package, one cent for 
each ounce or fraction thereof. 

Postage for each J oz. : to Europe, 5 cts. ; to Canada, pre- 
paid, 3 cents. 



POST-OFFICES AND POSTMASTERS. 

Abington, B. L. Bullard Bridgeport, J. \V. Knowlton 
Andover, E. Hall Bridgewatcr, George Lyon 
Ansonia, Charles E. Bristol Bristol, Silas M. Norton 
Ashford, W. M. Whitaker Broad Brook, F. If. Gowdy 
Avon, Oliver T. Bshop Brookfield, Andrew Northrop 
Bakersville, S. N. Pettibone Brookfield Centre, A. Somers 
Ball's Pond, Atnzi H. Pearce Brooklyn, Lewis Searls 
Banksville, George Derby Brooks' Vale, Sam'l H. Brooks 
Baltic, Mayden Hayes Buckingham, C. J". Loomer 
Bantam Falls, S. E. Crossman Buckland, H. G. Parker 
Barkhamsted, Dwight S. Case Burnside, Moses Chandler 
Beacon Falls, .John Wolfe Burlington, L. F. Turner 
Berlin, H. L. Porter Burrville, John M. Burr 
Bethany, Mary E. Hitchcock Campbell's Mills, G. P. Douglas 
Bethel, Amos Woodman Campville, Sarah M. Leonard 
Bethlehem, Herbert S. Jackson Canaan, A. T. Roraback 
Birmingham, Win. J.Clark Canaan Valley, Miles Rockwell 
Black Kock, J. C. Smith Cannon's Station, A. M. Reed 
Bloomfield, Henry W. Rowley Canterbury, H. F. William- 
Bolton, John A. Alvord Canton, ' C. M. Woodford 
Bozrah, George 0. Stead Canton Cnt'r,Wm.H.Richards'n 
Bozrahville, Jas. M. Peckham Central Vill., Jas. M. Wilcox 
Branchville, C.B.Morehouse, jr ("enter Brook, 1). W.Spencer 
Branford, Philo Hall Center Groton, Geo. L. Daboll 



192 POST OFFICES. 

Center Hill, Mrs. Correl Tiffany East Hartland, Benj. H. Selby 
Chapinville, John McElroy East Haven, S. Hemingway 
Chaplin, J. W. Lincoln East Kent, Elisha Fry 

Chatham. See East Hampton East Killingly, Isaac Fogg 

Cheshire, Edwin R. Brown East Litchfield, Austin Weaver 
Chester, S. A. Wright East Lyme, Gilbert P. Coats 

Chesterfield, Orrin H. Whiting East River, Samuel D. Crut- 
Clark's Crs., H.H. Starkweath'r tenden 

Clark Falls, E. P. Chapman Easton, Seleck N. Osborne 

Clinton, Joseph C. Parker East Thompson, Isaac Sherman 

Clintonville, G. W. Tallmadge E.Wallingfd, Mrs. D. Williams 

Cobalt, Rufus D. Tibbals East Willington, 

Colchester, Chas. H. Rogers East Windsor, Geo. B. Spencer 
Cold Spring, 0. S. Botsford E. Windsor Hill, C. Z. Parmelee 
Colebrook, Reuben Rockwell EastWoodstock, G. 0. Robbins 
Colebrook River, Geo. S. Ives Ekonk, Kinney S. Wilcox 

Collinsville, Emerson A. Hough Elliott, Chas. F. Martin 

Columbia, Geo. B. Fuller Ellington, Jas. W. Eaton 

Comstock's Bridge, E. M.Brown Ellsworth, Geo. Peck 

Copper Hill, Wm. D. Viets- Elmwood, W. S. Goodwin 

Cornwall, J. W. Beers Enfield, F. J. Sheldon 

Cornwall Bridge, Jas. A. Bierce Essex, Charles S. Munger 

Cornwall Hollow, A. F. Palmer Fairfield, Charles B. Wakeley 
Cos Cob, A. Scofield Fair Haven, Sta. of New Haven 

Coventry, Sam'l T. Loomis Falls Village, Geo. W..Hall 
Cromwell, John Stevens Farmington, Chauncey Rowe 

Danbury, John Tweedy Farms Village, Phelps Tuller 

Danielsonville, F. A. Shumway Forestville, J. F. Douglass 

Darien, George Clock Franklin, Andrew B. Smith 

Dayville, Marcus Wood Gale's Ferry, Isaac Bragaw 

Deep River, S. M. Shipman Gaylordsvifle, A. H. Barlow 
Derby, A. F. Sherwood Georgetown, James Corcoran 

Durham, Oscar Leach Gildersleeve's Landing, F. Gil- 

Durham Center, Henry Davis dersleeve 

Eagleville, George" Vinton Gilead, Ralph T. Hutchinson 

East Berlin, Mrs. Jane Heald Glasgo, Wm. P.Young 

East Canaan, George Dunning Glastonbury, F. C. Covell 

East Cornwall, Chas. S. Blake Glenville, " Webster Haight 
Eastford, Isaac Warren Goshen, Chas. J. Porter 

East Glastonbury, L. A. Weir Granby, J. N. Loomis 

East Granby, James R. Viets Grantville, M. F. Grant 

East Haddam, W. C. Reynolds Greenfield Hill, B. B. Banks 
East Hampton, C. 0.* Sears Greeneville, A. C. Greene 

East Hartford, Chas. Merriman Greens Farms, G. E. Crossman 



I'LHI Oil . 



1 93 



Greenwich, Jos. E. Brash 

-tone, 

Griswold, Sarah E. Tillinghast 

Grosvenordale, Jas. Cranska 
Groton, John S. Morgan 

Guilford, Charles Griswold 
Gurleyville, Chas. A. Royce 
Haddam, L. H. Howard 

Haddam Neck, H. M. Selden 
Hadlyme, John C. Comstock 
Hamburg, B. A. Rathbun 

Hamden, Jesse Warner 

Hampton, Tames S. Baldwin 
Hanover, Mrs. Maria Smith 
Hartford. L. A. Dickinson 

Hartland Center, G. Miller 
Harwinton, William Bryant 
Hawleyville, Robert Williams 
ilazardville, A. Landschultz 
Hebron, Geo. S. Bestor 

Higganum, E. D. Gilbert 

High Ridge, James M. Ballard 
Hockanum, Edwin Brewer 

Hop River, W. C. Jillson 

Hotchkissville, H. H. Morris 
Huntington, Frank W. Wooster 
Huntsville, H. E. Wetherell 
I von ton, Theodore F. Rose 
Jewett City, A. F. Brown 

Johnsonville, S. P. Clark 

Kensington, R. R. Upson 

Kent, Barrett Eaton 

Killinglv, Marcus Wood 

Killingworth, 0. E. Redfield 
Lakeville, Thomas L. Norton 
Lanesville, Mrs. Perry Chase 
Lebanon, N. C. Barker 

Ledyard, Edmund Spteer 

Lees vi lie, Nelson Bo 1 

Leetes bland, C. Cranch 

Liberty Hill, Win. A. Fuller 
Lime Rock, Jas. H. Barnuin 
Linville, W. H. Pease 

Litchfield, 11. E. Gates 

13 



John W. Nichols 



Little River, 
Lockwood, 

Long Hill, Edward Piatt 

Long Ridge, Geo. B. Christison 
Lyme, Hiram Beck with 

Madison, John Wilcox 

Manchester, Wm. B. Lincoln 
Mansfield, S. S. Fuller 

Mansfield Cent'r, F. D. Fenton 
Mansfield Dp't, I). B. Denison 
Mnrbledale, E. 0. Sperry 

Marion, Catherine Zeilig 

Marlborough, Mrs. H.R.Warner 
Mashapaug, J. W. Winch 

Massapeag, J. P. Turner 

Mechanicsville, J. Cunningham 
Melrose, John M. Stiles 

Meriden, E. D. Hall 

Merrow Station, 0. M. Merrow 

Merryall, 

Mianus, Allen J. Finney 

Middleburv, Fred'k G. Scott 
Middlefield, S. D. Jewett 

Middle Haddam, Jno. A. Carrier 
Middletown, Bartlett Bent 

Milford, Joseph R. Clark 

Millington, F. W. Swan 

Mill Brook, Wm. P. Lawrence 



Mill Dale, 

Mill Plain, 

Milton, 

Minortown, 

Monroe, 

Montowese 

Montville, 

Mood us, 

Moose Meadow, 

Moosup, 



W. A. Hine 

Henry M. Senior 

F. Barton 

BroosoD Atwood 

Wm. A. Clarke 

W. A. Robinson 

Lewis Browning 

L. D. F. Gates 

M. Bordiek 

Lucius Batty 



Morris, Joseph W. Mason 

Mount Carmel, Jaim 



Mount Hope, 
Mystie, 

My>tic Bridge, 
Mystic River, 



L. H. Hooker 
F. E Crumb 

J. A. Rathbun 
W. W. Packer 



194 POST OFFICES. 

Naubuc, Albert A. Bogue Norwich Town, John Manning 

Naugatuck, Luther S. Piatt Oakville, Leslie E. Warner 
Nepaug, E. R. Men-ill Oneco, Edwin A. Card 

New Boston, J. T. Murdock Orange, Sidney F. Oviatt 

New Britain, Walter Gladden Ore Hill, Charles Everts 

New Canaan, Cornelia Hoyt Oxford, Chas. H. Butler 

New Fairfield, A.Martin Couch Packersville, C. H. Truesdell 
New Hartford, H. L. Jones Parkville, Sherman Goodwin 
New Haven, Neh. D. Sperry Pendleton Hill, R. P. Palmer 
Newington, Erastus Kilbourn Pequabuck, Walter H. Scott 
Newingt'n June. J.C.Sternberg Phoenixville, C. A. Wheaton 
New London, Wm. H. Tubbs Pine Meadow, B. G. Loomis 
New Milford, David A. Baldwin Plainfield, Waldo Tillinghast 
New Preston, D. Burnham Plainville, E. F. Tomlinson 

Newtown, Z. S, Peck Plantsville, Heber S. Ives 

Niantic, Wm. Whaley Plattsville, George S. Piatt 

Noank, Orrin E. Miner Pleasant Valley, Geo. Baker 

Norfolk, Mrs. Ann Wolcott Plymouth, Horace Fenn 

Noroton, J. S. Waterbury Pomfret, 0. C. Spencer 

No. Ashford, Geo. W. Olds Pomfret Centre, Ethan Allen 

No.Branford, Jenny E. Wheaton Pomfret Land'g, C. G. Williams 
North Canton, George Adams Poquetannock, John H. Taylor 
No. Colebrook, Erastus Simons Poquonnock, C. B. Tourtelotte 
North Cornwall, Niles Scoville Poquonoc Bridge, H. J. Lacev 
Northfield, D. T. Wooster Portland, Chas. H. Edwards 

Northford, T. A. Smith Preston, Morrison Robbins 

No. Franklin, Mrs. A. Manning Prospect, David B. Hotchkiss 
No. Granby, Willis Phelps Putnam, Perry P. Wilson 

N. Grosvenordale, T. Wilbur Putnam Heights, ' S. Ames 
No. Guilford, B. C. Dudley Quarryville, Albert W. Cowles 
North Haven, Sarah J. Stiles Quinebaug, S. E. Amidon 

North Lyme, Charles Stark Rainbow, Wm. C Hodge 

North Madison, Alvin A. Blake Rawson, . H. H. Rollock 

No. Manchester, Moses Scott Redding, Mrs. Jane C. Johnson 
North Stamford, Alvin Weed Redding Ridge, H. Whitehead 

No. Sterling, ■ Reynolds Bridge, Wm. Barbour 

No. Stonington, Wm. H. Hillard Ridgeburv, George Boughton 
Northville, Merritt Hunt Ridgefield\ Hiram K. Scott 

No. Westchester, Wm. E. Jones Riverton, Miron A. Hart 

North Wilton, Jas. Comstock Riverside, Edward B. Hewes 
No. Windham, Lester Hartson Robertsville, E. B. Brown 

No. Woodstock, N. D. Skinner Rock Fall, H. L. Parker 

Norwalk, Charles Olmstead Rockville, Geo. N. Brigham 
Norwich, E. G. Bidwell Rocky Hill, Henry R. Taylor 



"post offices. 195 

•>rd Station, S. S. Logan So. Wilton, Nelson Hanford 

Round Hill, Odle C. Knapp So. Windham,. lohn B. Johnson 

Rowayton, Oliver Cook So. Windsor, II . Parmelee 

Roxbury, George Hurlburt So. Woodstock, X. H. Andrews 

Roxbury Sta., Cbas. W. Hodge Springdale, .1. W. Waterbury 

Salem, * Nelson N. Williams Spring Hill, N. Boynton 

Salisbury, D. T. Warner Square Pond, E. H. Dimock 

Sandy Hook, Ezra Patch Stafford, .1. E. Pascoe 

Sanford Station, Stafford Springs, E. F. Whiton 

Saugatuck, Jas. E. Hubbell Staflbrdville, 0. P. Eaton 

Say brook, Thos. C. Acton, Jr. Stamford, Theodore J. Daskam 

Saybrook Point, Jos. Kellogg Stanwich, Geo. A. Lockwood 

Scitico, L. King Stepney, Burr Hawley 

Scotland, James Burnett Stepney Dep't, Chas. S. French 

Seymour, S. H. Canfield Sterling. Wm. Anderson 

Shaker Sta., Albert J. Battles Stony Creek, Wm. T. Howd 

Sharon, Edward F. Gillette Stonington, Franklin Williams 

Sharon Valley, Geo. A. Kelsev Stratford, George H. Spall 

Sherman, Mrs. F. Hong Suffield, Frank H. Reid 

Silver Mine, Talcottville, Sam'l A. Talcott 

Sim-bury. Lucius G. Goodrich Taftville, Henry Hovey 

Smith's K'ge, Warner H. Keeler TariffVille, Philo B. Coe 

Somen, Leverett E. Pease Terryville, Newell M. Plumb 

Somersville, Win. E. Dow Thomaston, E. T. Gates 

Sound Bench, II. F. Palmer Thompson, Jas. N. Kingsbury 

South Britain, II. P Downes Thomps'nville, Mrs. A. Houston 

Southbury, Andrew Perry Tolland, Joseph Root 

S. Canaan, Chas. J. Connelly Torringibrd, Stanley Griswold 

mterbury, 0. S. Francis Torrington, O. R. Tyler 

So. Coventry, Henry N. Moore Torrington Hollow, X. R. Pond 

Southford, H. Oatman Trumbull, Wm. S. Wheeler 

Btonbnry, Emily Dayton Trumbull, Long Hill, Edw. Piatt 

laven, Throd're Thompson Turnerville, P. W. Turner 

Southington, Jno. Hemingway Tylerville, A. W. Tyler 

South Kent, Edw'd Dakin Tyler City, C. H. Amesbury 

South Killingly, H. A. Tennant Uncasville, Wm. M. Rnrchard 

South Lyme, ft. L. Chadwick Union, •. L. Baker 

So. Manchester, W. H. Cheney Union City, C. H. Smith 

So. Meriden, E. B. Clark Unionville, J. 1>. Cook 

Norfolk, Henry Pendleton Vernon, Hattic E. Ingraham 

South Norwalk, J.S. Dunning Vernon Depot, B. C. 1' 

Southport, Levi F. Sherwood Versailles, W. P. Kelley 

Southville, S. F. Clark Voluntown, John N. Lewis 

Wethersfield, L. Hewitt Wallingford, L. M. Hubbard 



196 EDUCATION. 

Wapping, J. C. Stoughton West Stratford, L. B. Vaill 

Warehouse P't, G.D.Woodward West Suffield, Miss El D. Rose 

Warren, Orlando Swift W. Thompson, W. R. Ca*e 

Warrenville, John A. Murphy Westville, Geo. T. Finney 

Washington, C. L. Hickox West Willingt'n, J. B. Carpenter 

Washington Depot, S. D. Piatt W. Winsted, B. F. Marsh 

Waterbury, John W. Hill West Woodstock, Abiel Fox 

Waterford, F. P. Braman Wethersfield, Henry Lockwood 

Watertown, B. C. Atwood Willimantic, John Brown 

Waterville, Geo. H. Ford Willington, M. L. Dimock 

Wauregan, James Gough Wilsonville, S. H. Adams 

Weatogue, Seymour Pettibone Wilton, Chas. H. Betts 

West Ashford, N. L. Knowlton Winchester, W. M. Bronson 

West Avon, Martin .ludd Winchester Center, 

Westbrook, Amos A. Wilcox Windham, William Swift 

West Cheshire, Ed. P. Dunham Windsor, Mrs. Mary J. Phelps 

Westchester, Mrs. Sam'l Brown Windsor Locks, A.VV. Converse 

West Cornwall, C.E.Baldwin Windsorville, Sumner Shepard 

Westford, Henry H. Richmond Winnipauk, Jos. C. Randle 

West Goshen, Fred. A. Lucas Winsted, Harvey L. Roberts 

West Granby, Buel B. Ailing Winthrop, Geo. G. Carr 

W. Hartford,' Leonard Buckland Wolcott, Erastus W. Warner 

West Hartland, Amos. W. Dean Woodbury, F. A. Walker 

West Haven, Edw. W. Wilmot Woodmont, 

Westminster, Adolph Eimer Woodstock, John Morse 

West Morris, Sam'l F. Burgess Woodstock Val., A.M. Bancroft 

West Norfolk, J. K. Shepard Woodville, 

Weston, John H. Gregory Yalesville, Daniel Chapman 

Westport, Wm. E. Nash Yantic, E. W. Williams 

West Redding, W. F. Mandev'le Zoar Bridge, Chas. E. Gilbcr 
West Stafford. D. E. Whiton 



Ei3UCA r rio]sr. 



YALE COLLEGE, New Haven. 

Rev. Noah Porter, D. D., LL. I)., President. 

Rev. Elias Loom is, LL. D M Win. A. Norton, M. A., S. Wells 
Williams LL. I)., James D. Dana, Ph. I)., LL. 1)., Rev. Geo. 
E. Day, D. D., Rev. Samuel Harris, D. I)., LL. I)., Thos. A. 
Thacher, LL. 1)., Benjamin SilliuiKn, M. D., Rev. Chester S 
Lyman, M. A., Rev. .lames M. Hoppin, D. D., M. D., Edward 



EDUCATION. 197 

J. Phelps, LL. I).. William I). Whitney, Ph. D., LL.D., M 
C. White, M. I). Francis Wayland, LL. D., Rev. Geo. P. Fisher, 
I). I).. Rev. Timothy Dwight, D. I)., Chas: A. Lindsley, M. D., 

Hubert A. Newton.' LL. I).. Geo. J. Brush, If. A., Samu.-l W. 
.Johnson, M A., Win. H. Brewer, Ph. I)., Leonard J. Sanford, 
M. I)., Wm. C. Robinson, LL.D, Lewis R. Packard, Ph. D., .Jno. 
F. Weir, X. A., M. A., John E. Clark, M. A., Cvrus Northrop, 
LL. B., Daniel C. Eaton, M. A., Arthur M. Wheeler, B. A.. 
Addison Van Name, M. A , J. Willard Gibbs, Ph. D., Arthur 
W. Wright, Ph. D., Thos. R. Lounsbury, B. A., Rev. William 
If. Barbour, D. D., Othniel C. Marsh, Ml A., Eugene L. Rich- 
ards, B. A., John H. Xiemeyer, M. A., Franklin B. Dexter, M. A., 
Simeon E. Baldwin, M. A., Oscar D. Allen, Ph. D., Tracv 
Peck, M. A., William I. Knapp. Ph. D., William H. Carmalt, 
II. I)., Addison E. Verrill, If. A., Rev. Geo. K. Ladd, Win. G. 
Sumner. B. A., Johnson T. Piatt, M. A., Sidnev I. Smith, Ph. B., 
Wm. G. Mixter, Ph. B.. Henry P. Wright, Ph. D.. James K. 
Thacher, MD., Henry A. Beefs, B. A., A. Jay DuBois, Ph. D., 
Edward S. Dana, Ph.' D., Thomas D. Sevmour, M. A., Frank E. 
Beckwith, M. D., William K. Townsend', D. C. L., Theodore S. 
Woolsey, LL. B., Henry W. Famham, M. A., R. P. D., Leonard 
Waldo. S. D., Professors. 

Oscar H. Cooper, Frank B. Tarbell, Ph. D., Wm. Beebe, 
B. A., Andrew W. Phillips, Ph. D., Arthur T. Hadlev, B. A.. 
Webster Merrifield, B. A., Charles C. Camp, B. A., Alfred L. 
Riplev. B. A. 



SHEFFIELD SCIENTIFIC SCHOOL. 
Govkrmng Board.— Rev. Noah Porter, D. D., LL. D., Presi- 
dent; Geo. J. Brush, M. A., (ChairmRn,) Wm. A. Norton, M. A., 
Rev. Chester S. Lyman, M. A., Wm. D. Whitney, Ph. D., LL. D., 
Samuel W. Johnson, M. A., Wm. H. Brewer, Ph. D., John E. 
Clark, M. A., Daniel C. Eaton. M. A., Thomas R. Lounsbury. 
B. A.. Oscar D. Allen, Ph. I)., Addison E. Verrill, M. A.. Sidney 
I. Smith, Ph. B., William G. Mixter, Ph. B., A. Jay Dul 
Ph. D.. Henry W. Farnam, M. A.. P. P. D. 



TRINITY COLLEGE, Hartford. 
Rev. Thomas R. Pynchon, D. D., LL. D., President 
John Brocklesby, LL. D., Rev. Edwin E. Johnson, M. A., 
Rev. Samuel Hart," M. A., George 0. Holbrooke, M. A.. Leonard 
Woods Richardson, M. A.. H. Carrin.cjton Bolton, Ph. D., 



198 MISCELLANEOUS. 

Rev. Isbon T. Beckwith, Ph. D., Professors. Rt. Rev. John 
Williams, D. D., LL. D., Geo. C. Shattuck, M. A., M.D.. Wm. 
A. M. Wainwright, M. A., M. D., Wm. Hamersley, If. A., Pro- 
fessors and Lecturers. Rev. John Humphrey Barbour, M. A-, 
Assistant Librarian. 



WESLEY AN UNIVERSITY, Middle town. 

Rev. John W. Beach, D. D., President. 

John Johnston, LL. D., John M. Van Vleck, LL. D., Rev. 
Calvin S. Harrington, D. D., James C. Van Benschoten, LL. D., 
Rev. George Prentice, D. D., Rev. Wm. N. Rice, Ph. D., Wilbur 
0. Atwater, Ph. D., Rev. Geo. L. Westgate, D. D., Caleb T. 
Winchester, M. A M Professors. Ralph G. Hibbard, M. A., H. G. 
Mitchell, Ph. D., If. B. Crawford. M. A., Instructors. John C. 
Burke, M. A., Wm. L. Gooding, M. A., A. W. Harris, B. A., 
John P. Gordv, M. A., A. M Wilcox, Ph. D., Tutors. C. T. 
Woods, B. S., Merrill Hitchcock, B. A., Wm. E. Mead, B. A., 
Assistants. 



STATE NORMAL SCHOOL, New Britain. 

Principal, Isaac X. Carleton, A. M. Associate Principal, 
Henry E. Sawyer, A. M. 



American Asylum for the Education of the Deaf 
and Dumb.— Pres., Calvin Day; Vice-Pres'ts, Roland Ma- 
ther, Nathaniel Shipman, Geo. If. Bartholomew. John C. Par- 
sons, Pinckney W. Ellsworth, Jona. B. Bunce, Rowland Swift, 
Sec, Atwood Collins. Treas., Roland Mather. Principal, Job 
Williams. 



THEOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF CONNECTICUT, 
Hartford. 

Facultv. — Rev. William Thompson, D. I).. Rev. Matthew B. 
Riddle, D. D., Kev. William S. Karr, D. D., Rev. Chester I). 
Hartranft, D. D., Rev. Lewellyn Pratt, D. D., Rev. Edwin C. 
Bissell, I). D. 

Prof. Wm. Thompson, D. D., Dean of the Faculty; Rev. 
Jeremiah Taylor, D. D., President of Board of Trustees. 



MSCBLLAHBOU8. 190 

STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION. 

Gov. Hobart B. Bigelow, New Haven; Lieut. -Gov. Wm. 
H. Bulkeley, Hartford; Storrs 0. Seymour, Litchfield; Elisha 
Carpenter/ Hartford. Sec, Birdsey G. Northrop, New Haven. 



STATE BOARD OF AGRICULTURE. 

Gov. Hobart B. Bigelow, New Haven, Pres. ; E. H. Hyde, Staf- 
ford, Vice-Pres. ; T. S. Gold, West Cornwall, Sec. ; Nathan Hart, 
West Cornwall, Treas. Members appointed by the Gov. and 
Senate— E. H. Hyde, Stafford; Albert Day, Brooklyn; H. L. 
Stewart, Middle Haddam; J. P. Barstow, Norwich. Members 
appointed by Agricultural Societies — John S. Kirkham, Newing- 
ton; J. J. Webb, New Haven; James A. Bill, Lyme; B. K. 
Northrop, Ridgefield; Alexander Warner, Pomfret; C. T. 
Hickox, Watertown; J. M. Hubbard, Middletown; A. R. Good- 
rich, Vernon. 



STATE AGRICULTURAL EXPERIMENT STATION. 

Prest., His Exc, Hobart B. Bigelow, New Haven; V. Prest., 
Hon. E. H. Hyde, Stafford; T. S. Gold, West Cornwall, W. 0. 
Atwater, Middletown, Edwin Hoyt, New Canaan, James J. 
Webb, Hamden; Sec'yand Treas., W. H. Brewer, New Haven; 
Direc, S. \V. Johnson, New Haven. 

Chemists, E. H. Jenkins Ph. Dr., H. P. Armsby, Ph. Dr., C. 
A. Hutchinson. B. P.: Direc. S. W. Johnson, New Haven. 



STATE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. 

Officers.— Pres., James A. Bill, Lyme; Vice-Pres., J. P. 
Barstow, Norwich; Treas , Wm. H. Gross, Hartford;' Cor. Sec, 
Levi E. Coe, Meriden; Rec Sec, T. S. Gold, West Cornwall. 



STATE PRISON, WETHERSFIELD. 
Directors. Chairman, Francis Wavland, New Haven; Lewis 
Whitmore, Rocky Hill, Henry T. Sperry, Hartford, John H. 
Leeds, New Haven, Thomas Me Mann-, Hartford, Nathan M. 
Belden, Wilton; Cyrus B. Newton, Stafford; Warden, Gustavua 
Sargent; Deputy Warden, Edward Peck; Chaplain, Amasa 
Howard; Physician, A.S. Warner; Matron, Miss Addie L. Car- 
penter. 



200 MISCELLANEOUS. 

CONNECTICUT PRISON ASSOCIATION. 

Prest., Francis Wayland, New Haven; Treas., John B. Corn- 
ing, Hartford: Sec'y,* John C. Taylor, Hartford. 



STATE REFORM SCHOOL, MERIDEN. 

Trustees, F. 0. Bennett, Brooklyn; Charles Fitzgerald, Mid- 
dletown; Vincent Colyer, DarienfJohn L.Houston, Thompson- 
ville; Jabez S. Lathrop, Norwich; G. H. Preston, M. D., Tol- 
land; Charles Fabrique, New Haven. 

Resident Trustees, Isaac C. Lewis, Charles L. Upham, Owen 
B. Arnold. 

Superintendent, George E. Howe. 



General Hospital Society of Conn., New Haven. — 
Pres., Francis Waylannd; Vice-Pres., James E. Eng- 
lish; Treas., L. S. Hotchkiss; Secretary, T. H. Bishop, M. D.; 
Supt., John H. Starkweather. 



Hartford Hospital. — Pres., Edson Fessenden; Vice-Pres., 
George B. Hawley; Sec'y and Treas., W. VV. Jacobs; Execu- 
tive Committee, Edson Fessenden, Geo. B. Hawley, M. D., 
Henry K. Morgan. 



Industrial School for Girls, Middletown. — President, 
Frederic Gardiner, D. D., Middletown; Sec, Rev. Thomas K. 
Fessenden, Farmington; Treas., Chas. F. Browning, Middletown; 
Sup't, Charles H. Bond; Asst. Sup't, Mrs. Lydia M. Bond. 
Executive Committee, Samuel Russell, J. M. Van Vleck, Fred- 
eric Gardiner, C. F. Browning, Wm. VV. Wilcox. 



CROMWELL HALL, Cromwell, Conn. 

An Institution for the treatment of Mental and Nervous Dis- 
eases. 

W. B. Hallock, M. D., Supt. 



I BNSD8. 



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Official Returns of the Census for 1870 and 1880. 



Towns. 


1870. 


1880. 


Towns. 


1870. 


1880. 


An dover, 


462 


428 


East Haven, 


2,713 


3,067 


Ash ford, 


1,242 


1,041 


East Lyme, 


1,506 


1,731 


Avon, 


987 


1,058 


Easton, 


1,289 


1,145 


Barkhamsted, 


1,440 


1,298 


East Windsor, 


2,882 


3,010 


Beacon Falls, 




379 


Ellington, 


1,452 


1,569 


Berlin, 


2,438 


2,385 


Enfield, 


6,322 


6,754 


Bethany, 


1,136 


637 




1,664 


1,855 


Bethel, 


2,312 


2,726 


Fairfield, 


5,642 


3,748 


Bethlehem, 


750 


655 


Farmington, 


2,617 


3,014 


Bloomfield, 


1,473 


1,346 


Franklin, 


731 


68-'. 


Bolton, 


579 


512 


Glastonbury, 


3,560 




Bozrah, 


987 


1,155 


Goshen, 


1,224 


1,093 


Branford, 


2,489 


3,047 


Granby, 


1,516 


l,34o 


Bridgeport, 


19,876 


29,148 


Greenwich, 


7,672 


7,892 


Bridgewater, 


878 


708 


Griswold, 


2,576 


2,745 


Bristol, 


3,790 


5,347 


Groton, 


5,119 


5,127 


Brookfleld, 


1,194 


1,152 


Guilford, 


2,576 


2,782 


Brooklyn, 


2,355 


2,308 


Haddam, 


2,073 


2,419 


Burlington, 


1,317 


1,224 


Hamden, 


3,028 


3,408 


Canaan, 


1,258 


1,157 


Hampton, 
Hartford, 


891 


827 


Canterbury, 


1,552 


1.272 


37,825 


42,553 


Canton, 


2,639 


2,299 


Hart land, 


789 


643 


Chaplin, 


704 


627 


Harwinton, 


1,045 


1,216 


Chatham, 


2,771 


1,967 


Hebron, 


1,285 


1,443 


Cheshire, 


2,344 


2,284 


Huntington, 


1,527 


2,699 


Chester, 


1,094 


1,177 


Kent, 


1,744 


1,922 


Clinton, 


1,404 


1,402 


Killingly, 


5,712 


6,721 


Colchester, 


3,383 


2,974 


Killingworth, 


856 




Colebrook, 


1,132 


1,148 


Lebanon, 


2,211 


1,846 


Columbia, 


891 


757 


Ledyard, 


1,392 


1,073 


Cornwall, 


1,772 


1,5^3 


Lisbon, 


503 


880 


Coventry, 


2,057 


2,043 


Litchfield, 


3,113 


3,41" 


Cromwell, 


1,857 


1,640 


Lyme, 


1,179 


1,021 


Danbury, 


8,754 




Madison, 


1,814 




Darien, 


1,810 


1,948 


Manchester, 


4,236 




Derby, 


8,027 


11,649 


Man-field, 


2,402 


2,154 


Durham, 


1,086 


990 


Marlborough, 


473 


391 


K as t ford, 


984 


855 


Meriden, 


10,521 




East Granby, 


853 


764 


Middleburv, 


696 




East Haddam, 


2,952 


3,032 


Middlefiekl, 


1,054 


928 


East Hartford, 


3.013 




Middletown, 


11,148 


11,781 



202 




CENS 






Towns. 


1870. 


1880. Towns. 


1870. 


1880. 


Milford, 


3,407 


3,347 Sherman, 


848 


828 


Monroe, 


1,226 


1,157 Simsbury, 


2,051 


1,830 


Montville, 


2,496 


2,666 Somers, 


1,248 


1,242 


Morris, 


701 


627 Southbury, 


1,319 


1,740 


Naugatuck, 


2,830 


4,272 S8uthington, 


4,316 


5,411 


New Britain, 


9,480 


13,978 South Windsor, 


1,693 


1,902 


New Canaan, 


2,496 


2,673 Sprague, 


3,462 


3,207 


New Fairfield, 


871 


791 Stafford, 


3,405 


4,455 


New Hartford, 


3,078 


2,302 Stamford, 


9,738 


11,298 


New Haven, 


50,886 


62,882 Sterling, 


1,022 


957 


Newington, 




934 Stonington, 


6,320 


7,353 


New London, 


9,580 


10,529 Stratford, 


3,032 


4,251 


New Milford, 


3,586 


3,907 Suffield, 


3,277 


3,225 


Newtown, 


3,683 


4,013 Thompson, 


3,804 


5.051 


Norfolk, 


1,641 


1,418 Thomaston, 




3,225 


North Bran ford, 


1,035 


1,025 Tolland, 


1,218 


1,169 


North Canaan, 


1,695 


1,537 Torrington, 


2,896 


3,327 


North Haven, 


1,771 


1,763 Trumbull, 


1,335 


1,323 


No. Stonington, 


1,759 


1,769 Union, 


627 


539 


Norwalk, 


12,122 


13,956 Vernon, 


5,447 


6,915 


Norwich, 


16,653 


21,141 Voluntown, 


1,052 


1,186 


Old Lyme, 


1,362 


1,387 Waliingford, 


3,676 


4,686 


Old Saybrook, 


1,215 


1,302 Warren, 


673 


639 


Orange, 


2,633 


3,341 Washington, 


1,:63 


1,589 


Oxford, 


1,338 


1,120 Waterburv, 


13,148 


20,269 


Plainfield, 


4,521 


4,021 Waterford, 


2,589 


2,701 


Plainville, 


1,435 


1,930 Watertown, 


1,690 


1,867 


Plymouth, 


4,149 


2,350 Westbrook, 


'J 67 


S78 


Pomfret, 


1,488 


1,470 West Hartford, 


1.533 


1,828 


Portland, 


4,694 


4,156 Weston, 


1,054 


918 


Preston, 


2,162 


2,519 Westport, 


3,364 


3,477 


Prospect, 


551 


492 Wethersfield, 


2,694 


2,173 


Putnam, 


4,192 


5,827 Willington, 


942 


1,086 


Redding, 


1,620 


1,540 Wilton, 


1,995 


' 1,864 


Ridgefield, 


1,910 


2,028 Winchester, 


4,102 


5,142 


Rocky Hill, 


1,012 


1,109 W ndham, 


5,413 


8,265 


Roxbury, 


920 


950 Windsor, 


2,784 


3,056 


Salem, " 


718 


574 Windsor Locks 


2,154 


2,332 


Salisbury, 


3,305 


3.715 Wolcott, 


491 


493 


Saybrook, 


1,267 


1,362 Woodbridge, 


830 


829 


Scotland, 


648 


590 Woodbury, 


1,931 


2,148 


Seymour, 


2,123 


2,318 Woodstock, 


2,955 


2,639 


Sharon, 


2,446 


2,580 






Total, - 


- 


. 


537,998 


622,683 



1 ABLE OF DISTANCE^. 200 

There are 167 Towns in the State — 82 send two Representa- 
tives, and 85 one each, making 248 members of the House; 
these Towns are divided into 21 Senatorial Districts ; and the 
eight Counties into 4 Congressional Districts. 

Hartford County has 4 Senators and 45 Representatives. 
New Haven County has 4 Senators and 33 Representatives. 
New London County has 3 Senators and 30 Representatives. 
Fairfield County has 4 Senators and 32 Representatives. 
Windham County has 2 Senators and 24 Representatives. 
Litchfield County has 3 Senators and 41 Representatives. 
Middlesex County has 2 Senators and 22 Representatives. 
Tolland County has 2 Senators and 22 Representatives. 



A TABLE OF DISTANCES, 
IN MILES, from each To ten in the Slate of Connecticut to 
Hartford ; being the established and legal distance as 
enacted by the General Assembly in 1877. Also the Number 
of Representatives to ichich each Town is entitled. 





Hartford County. 








To 


No. 




To 


No. 




H'fd. 


Rep. 




H'fd. 


Rep. 


Hartford, 


— 


2 


Manchester, 


9 


1 


Avon, 


20 


1 


Marlborough, 


30 


1 


Berlin, 


13 


1 


New Britain, 


9 


2 


Bloomfield, 


6 


1 


Newington, 


5 


1 


Bristol, 


18 


2 


IMainville, 


14 


1 


Burlington, 


23 


1 


Rocky Hill, 


8 


1 


Canton, 


22 


1 


Simsbury, 


15 


2 


East Granby, 


20 


1 


Southington, 


20 


2 


East Hartford, 


2 


2 


South Windsor, 


8 


1 


East Windsor, 


14 


2 


Sntlield, • 


17 


2 


Enfield, 


18 


2 


West Hartford, 


4 


1 


Farmington, 


19 


2 


Wethersfield, 


4 


2 


Glastonbury, 


12 


2 


Windsor, 


6 


2 


Granby, 


18 


2 


Windsor Locks, 


12 


1 


Hartlarid, 


39 


2 









204 



TABLE OF DISTANCES. 



New Haven County. 





To 


No. 




To 


No. 




H'fd. 


Rep. 




H'fd. 


Rep. 


New Haven, 


36 


2 


Milford, 


46 


2 


Waterbury, 


32 


2 


Naugatuck, 


37 


1 


Beacon Falls, 


41 


1 


North Branford, 


45 


1 


Bethany, ' 


45 


1 


North Haven, 


29 


1 


Branford, 


45 


1 


Orange 3 


42 


1 


Cheshire, 


26 


2 


Oxford, 


48 


1 


Derby, 
East Haven, 


48 


2 


Prospect, 


29 


1 


40 


1 


Seymour, 


44 


1 


Guilford, 


52 


2 


Southbury, 


55 


1 


Ham den, 


34 


1 


Wallingford, 


24 


2 


Madison, 


56 


1 


Wolcott, 


37 


1 


Meriden, 


18 


2 


Woodbridge, 


40 


1 


Middlebury, 


38 


1 










New London County. 






New London, 


61 


2 


Lisbon, 


50 


1 


Norwich, 


50 


2 


Lyme, 


43 


2 


Bozrah, 


50 


1 


Montville, 


58 


1 


Colchester, 


40 


2 


North Stonington, 


80 


2 


East Lyme, 


56 


1 


Old Lyme, 


45 


1 


Franklin, 


42 


1 


Preston, 


55 


2 


Griswold, 


53 


1 


Salem, 


58 


1 


Groton, 


65 


2 


Sprague, 


42 


1 


Lebanon, 


42 


2 


Stonington, 
Waterford, 


75 


2 


Ledyard, 


58 


1 


58 


1 




Fairfield County. 






Bridgeport, 


53 


2 


Newtown, 


74 


2 


Danbury, 


92 


2 


Nor walk, 


70 


2 


Bethel, 


89 


1 


Redding, 


87 


2 


Brookfield, 


82 


1 


Ridgefield, 


84 


2 


Darien, 


74 


1 


Sherman, 


96 


1 


Enston, 


63 


1 


Stamford, 


78 


2 


Fairfield, 


58 


2 


Stratford, 


50 




Greenwich, 


84 


2 


Trumbull, 


57 




Huntington, 


62 


1 


Weston, 


68 




Monroe, 


67 


1 


Westport, 


65 




New Canaan, 


86 


1 


Wilton, 


75 




New Fairfield, 


97 


1 









TABLE OF DISTA 



205 





Windham County. 








To 


No. 




To 


No. 




Hfd. 


Rep. 




Hfd. 


Rep. 


Brooklyn, 


66 


1 


Pom fret, 


50 


2 


Ash ford, 


46 


2 


Putnam, 


56 


2 


Canterbury, 


50 


2 


Scotland, 


40 


1 


Chaplin, 


44 


1 


Sterling, 


61 


1 


East ford, 


60 


1 


Thompson, 


61 


2 


Hampton, 


44 


1 


Voluntown, 


60 


1 


Killingly, 
Plainheld, 


64 


2 


Windham, 


35 


2 


50 


2 


Woodstock, 


60 


2 




Litchfield County. 






Litchfield, 


58 


2 


Norfolk, 


45 


2 


Barkhamsted, 


34 


2 


North Canaan, 


55 


1 


Bethlehem, 


45 


1 


Plymouth, 


26 


1 


Bridgewater, 


96 


1 


Roxbury, 


92 


1 


Canaan, 


61 


1 


Salisbury, 


62 


2 


Colebrook, 


40 


2 


Sharon, 


71 


2 


Cornwall, 


71 


2 


Thomaston, 


27 


1 


Goshen, 


52 


2 


Torrington, 


46 


2 


Harwinton, 


53 


2 


Warren, 


76 


1 


Kent, 


60 


1 


Washington, 


95 


2 


Morris, 


62 


1 


Watertown, 


39 


1 


New Hartford, 


29 


2 


Winchester, 


35 


2 


New Milford, 


90 


2 


Woodbury, 


45 


2 




Middlesex County. 






MlDDLETOWN, 


15 


2 


Essex, 


39 


1 


Haddam, 


27 


2 


Killingworth, 


43 


2 


Chatham, 


25 


2 


Middlefield, 


21 


1 


Chester, 


34 


1 


Old Saybrook, 


43 


1 


Clinton, 


51 


1 


Portland, 


18 


1 


Cromwell, 


13 


1 


Saybrook, 


35 


2 


Durham, 


24 


2 


West brook, 


46 


1 


East Haddam, 


33 


2 










Tolland 


County. 






Tolland, 


22 


2 


Mansfield, 


36 


2 


A n< lover, 


23 


1 


Somen. 


24 


2 


Bolton, 


20 


1 


Stafford, 


62 


2 


Columbia, 


28 


1 


Union, 


60 


2 


Coventry, 


28 


2 


Vernon, 


17 


2 


Ellington, 


20 


1 


Willington, 


48 


| 


Hebron, 


3 l J 


q 









206 



ELECTION STATISTICS. 



States. 


Electoral Vote, 1880. 


Sessions 


Garfield. 


Hancock. 


of Legislature, 


Alabama, 




10 


Biennial. 


Arkansas, 




6 


Biennial. 


California, 


1 


5 


Biennial. 


Colorado, 


3 




Biennial. 


Connecticut, 


6 




Annual. 


Delaware, 




3 


Biennial. 


Florida, 




4 


Biennial. 


Georgia, 




11 


Biennial. 


Illinois, 


21 




Biennial. 


Indiana, 


15 




Biennial. 


Iowa, 


11 




Biennial. 


Kansas, 


5 




Biennial. 


Kentucky, 




12 


Biennial. 


Louisiana, 




8 


Biennial. 


Maine, 


7 




Biennial. 


Maryland, 




8 


Biennial. 


Massachusetts, 


13 




Annual. 


Michigan, 


11 




Biennial. 


Minnesota, 


5 




Biennial. 


Mississippi, 




8 


Biennial. 


Missouri, 




15 


Biennial. 


Nebraska, 


3 




Biennial. 


Nevada, 




3 


Biennial. 


New Hampshire, 5 




Biennial. 


New Jersey, 




9 


Annual. 


New York, 


35 




Annual. 


North Carolina, 




10 


Biennial. 


Ohio, 


22 




Biennial. 


Oregon, 


3 




Biennial. 


Pennsylvania, 


29 




Biennial. 


Rhodelsland, 


4 




Annual . 


South Carolina, 




7 


Annual. 


Tennessee, 




12 


Biennial. 


Texas, 




8 


Biennial. 


Vermont, 


5 




Biennial. 


Virginia, 




11 


Biennial. 


West Virginia, 




5 


Biennial. 


Wisconsin, 


10 




Annual. 



Total, 



214 



155 



WGRE88M] v 



207 





Vote for Congressmen, 


1880. 












First District. 










ties, 


Buck. r. 


Beach, d. He 


iwitt, yr. 


Job 


nson, 


>P. 


Hartford, 


14,058 


12.794 


177 




33 




Tolland, 




2,320 


3 




22 





Total, 17,048 15.114 

Buck's (Rep.) plurality, 1,934. 

Secoyid District. 
Counties. Phelps, d. Wallace, r. 

New Haven, 17,829 15.941 

Middlesex, 3,803 4.127 

Total, 21,632 20,068 

Phelp's (Dem.) plurality, 1,564. 

Third District. 
Counties. Wait, r. Sanger, d. 

New London, 7,824 6,540 

Windham, 4.5-7 2,868 



180 



55 



Harrington, p. 
52 
72 

124 



Wolf, gr. 
141 
10 

151 



Palmer, p. 

161 

43 

204 



Total, 12.411 9,408 

Wait's (Rep.) plurality, 3,003. 

Fourth District. 

Counties. Miles, r. Peet, d. Cleveland, gr. Rogers, p. 

Fairfield, 12. "77 11,964 99 13 

Litchfield, 6,091 104 24 



Total 18,168 17,634 

Mile*" Pep.) plurality, 534. 



298 



" 



Vote on the Constitutional Amendments, Oct.. it 

Judges of the Supreme Court of Errors, and of the Superior 
Court, to be appointed by the General Assembly upon nomina- 
tion of the Governor. 

Total vote, 26,953. In favor of, 18.06b; agail Ma- 

jority, 10,383. 



MANUAL AND ROLL 



OF THE 



General Assembly 



OF 



co:n t kecticttt. 



FLTJLE1S .A-ISTID OBDEES. 



d882. 



14 



JOINT COMMITTEE ON MANUAL AND ROLL, 



SENATE. 
WILLIAM J. MILLS. 

. HOUSE. 
DELOS D. BROWN. JOHN W. ROGERS, 

DANIEL O. REED. 



THE 

CONSTITUTION OF CONNECTICUT. 



I'll I. AMBLE. 



The people of Connecticut, acknowledging with 
gratitude the good providence of God in having per- 
mitted them to enjoy a free government, do, in order 
more effectually to define, secure, and perpetuate the 
liberties, rights, and privileges which they have derived 
from their ancestors, hereby, after a careful considera- 
tion and revision, ordain and establish the following 
Constitution and form of civil government: 

ARTICLE FIRST. 

DECLARATION OF RIGHTS. 

That the great and essential principles of liberty and 
Vernment may be recognized and established, 



m Reflate, 



3b< tion l. Thai all men, when they form a Bocial 
compact, arc equal in rights; and that no man or set 
of men are entitled to exclusive public emoluments or 
privileges from the community. 

SEC. 2. That all political power IS inherent in the 
people, and all tree governments arc founded on their 

authority, and Instituted tor their benefit ; and that they 
have at all times an undeniable and indefeasible right to 
alter their form of government in BUCh a manner as 
they may think expedient. 



212 CONSTITUTION. 

Sec. 3. The exercise and enjoyment of religious 
profession and worship, without discrimination, shall 
forever be free to all persons in this State, provided 
that the right hereby declared and established shall not 
be so construed as to excuse acts of licentiousness, or 
to justify practices inconsistent with the peace and 
safety of the State. 

Sec. 4. No preference shall be given by law to any 
Christian sect or mode of worship. 

Sec. 5. Every citizen may freely speak, write, and 
publish his sentiments on all subjects, being responsible 
for the abuse of that liberty. 

Sec. 6. No law shall ever be passed to curtail or 
restrain the liberty of speech or of the press. 

Sec 7. In all prosecutions or indictments for libels, 
the truth may be given in evidence, and the jury shall 
have the right to determine the law and the facts, under 
the direction of the court. 

Sec 8. The people shall be secure in their persons, 
houses, papers, and possessions from unreasonable 
searches or seizures, and no warrant to search any 
place, or to seize any person or things, shall issue with- 
out describing them as nearly as may be, nor without 
probable cause supported by oath or affirmation. 

Sec 9. In all criminal prosecutions, the accused 
shall have a right to be heard by himself and by counsel ; 
to demand the nature and cause of the accusation ; to 
be confronted by the witnesses against him; to have 
compulsory process to obtain witnesses in his favor: 
and in all prosecutions, by indictment or information, a 
speedy public trial b}^ an impartial jury. He shall not 
be compelled to give evidence against himself, nor be 
deprived of life, liberty, or property, but by due course 
of law. And no person shall be holden to answer for 
any crime, the punishment of which may be death or 
imprisonment for life, unless on a presentment or indict- 
ment of a grand jury; except in the land or naval forces, 
or in the militia when in actual service in time of war 
or public danger. 



CONSTITUTION. 213 

Sec. 10. No person shall be arrested, detained, or 
punished, except in eases clearly warranted by law. 

i. 11. The property of no person shall betaken 
for public use without just compensation therefor. 

12. All courts BhaU be open, and every person, 
for an injury done to him in his person, property, or 
reputation, shall have remedy by due course of law, 
and right and justice administered without sale, denial, 
or delay. 

0. 13. Excessive bail shall not be required, nor 
jsive tines imposed. 

Sec. 14. All prisoners shall, before conviction, be 
bailable by sufficient sureties, except for capital offenses, 
where the proof is evident, or the presumption great ; 
and the privileges of the writ of habeas corpus shall not 
be suspended, unless when, in case of a rebellion or in- 
vasion, the public safety may require it; nor in any 
. but by the legislature. 

Sec. 15. Xo person shall be attainted of treason or 
felony by the legislature. 

Sec. 16. The citizens have a right, in a peaceable 
manner, to assemble for their common good, and to 
apply to those invested with the powers of government, 
for redress of grievances, or other proper purposes, by 
petition, address, or remonstrance. 

Sec. 17. Every citizen has aright to bear arms in 
defense of himself and the State. 

Sec. 18. The militia >hall, in all c;im-x and at all 
times, be in Strict subordination to the civil power. 

Eh i . in. No soldier shall, in time of peace, be quar- 
tered in any house without the consent of the owner; 
nor in time of war put in a manner to be prescribed by 
law. 

i . Oo. No hereditary emoluments, privileges, or 
honors shall ever be granted or conferred in this State. 
. 21. The right of trial by jury shall remain 
inviolate. 



214 CONSTITUTION. 

ARTICLE SECOND. 

OF THE DISTRIBUTION OF POWERS. 

The powers of government shall be divided into three 
distinct departments, and each of them confided to a 
separate magistracy, to wit : those which are legislative, 
to one; those which are executive, to another; and 
those which are judicial, to another. 

ARTICLE THIRD. 

OF THE LEGISLATIVE DEPARTMENT. 

Section 1. The legislative power of this State shall 
be vested in two distinct houses or branches; the one to 
be styled The Senate, the other The House of Rep- 
resentatives, and both together THE GENERAL 
ASSEMBLY. The style of their laws shall be, Be it 
enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives in 
General Assembly convened. 

Sec. 2. There shall be one stated session of the Gen- 
eral Assembly, to be holden in each year, alternately at 
Hartford and New Haven, on the first Wednesday of 
May,* and at such other times as the General Assembly 
shall judge necessary; the first session to be holden at 
Hartford; but the person administering the office of 
Governor may, on special emergencies, convene the Gen- 
eral Assembly at either of said places, at any other time. 
And in case of danger from the prevalence of contagious 
diseases in either of said places, or other circumstance-, 
the person admistering the office of Governor may by 
proclamation convene said Assembly at any other place 
in this State. 

Sec. 3. The House of Representatives shall consist 
of electors residing in towns from which they are elected. 
The number of Representatives from each town shall be 
the same as at present practiced and allowed. In case -a 
new town shall hereafter be incorporated, such new town 
shall be entitled to one representative only; \ and if such 



♦Altered by amendments of 1872, 1S75, and 1876. 
1 Altered by amendments of 1828, 1830. and 1875. 



- I II IT ION. 215 

new town shall be made from one or more towns, the 
town or towns from which the same anal] be made 
shall be entitled to the same number of Representatives 
as at present allowed, unless the number shall be 
reduced by consent of such town or town-. 

Sec 4. The Senate shall consist of twelve members, 
■ chosen annually by the electors.* 

Sec. •*). At a meeting of the electors, held in the 
-(•vend towns in this State in April annually, alter the 
election of Representatives, the electors present shall be 
called upon to bring in their written ballots for Sena- 
tors. I The presiding officer shall receive the vote of 
the electors, and count and declare them in open meet 
ing. The presiding officer shall also make duplicate 
lists of the persons voted for, and of the number of 
rotes for each, which shall be certified by the presiding 
officer; one of which lists shall be delivered to the 
Town Clerk, and the other, within ten days after said 
meeting, Shall be delivered, under seal, either to the 
etary or to the sheriff of the county in which said 
town i^ situated: which list shall be directed to the 
etary, with a superscription expressing the purport 
of the contents thereof: and each sheriff who <hall 
receive such votes -hall, av i t hin fifteen days after said 
meeting, deliver, or cause theni to be delivered, to the 

■ i IV. 

The Treasurer, Secretary, and Comptroller, 
for the time being, shall canvass the votes publicly. 
The twelve persons having the greatest number of 
rates for Senators shall be declared to be elected. But 

in Cases where no choice Is made by the electors in 

consequence of an equality of votes, the Boua 
Representatives -hall designate,} by ballot, which of 
the candidates bavins Buch equal number of vote- Bhall 

be declared to be elected. The return of votes, and 

the result ofjhe canvass, -hall be submitted to the 

* Altered by amendments ol 

• Altered by amendment <»f U 
(Altered by amendment of ! 



216 CONSTITUTION. 

House of Representatives, and also to the Senate, on 
the first day of the session of the General Assembly ; 
and each House shall be Ihe final judge of the election, 
returns, and qualifications of its own members. 

Sec. 7. The house of Representatives, when assem- 
bled shall choose a speaker, clerk, and other officers. 
The Senate shall choose its clerk and other officers 
except the President. A majority of each House shall 
constitute a quorum to do business ; but a smaller num- 
ber may adjourn from day to day, and compel the 
attendance of absent members in such manner, and 
under such penalties, as each house may prescribe. 

Sec. 8. Each House shall determine the rules of its 
own proceedings, punish members for disorderly con- 
duct, and, with the consent of two-thirds, expel a 
member, but not a second time for the same cause; 
and shall have all other powers necessary for a branch 
of the legislature of a free and independent State. 

Sec. 9. Each House shall keep a journal of its pro- 
ceedings, and publish the same, when required by one- 
fifth of its members, except such parts as, in the judg- 
ment of a majority, require secrecy. The yeas and 
nays of the members of either house shall, at the desire 
of one-fifth of those present, be entered on the journals. 

Sec 10. The Senators and Representatives shall, in 
all cases of civil process, be privileged from arrest 
during the session of the General Assembly, and for 
four days before the commencement and after the 
termination of any session thereof. And for any 
speech of debate in either House, they shall not be 
questioned in any other place. 

Sec 11. The debates of each House shall be public, 
except on such occasions as, in the opinion of the 
House, may require secrecy. 

ARTICLE FOURTH. 
OF THE EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. 

Section 1. The supreme executive power of the 



CONSTITUTION. 217 

State shall be vested in a Governor, who shall be 
chosen by the electors of the State, and shall hold his 
office for one year from the first Wednesday of May 
next succeeding his election, and until his successor be 
duly qualified. No person who i> not an elector of 
this State, and who has not arrived at the age of thirty 
years, shall he eligible. 

Sec 2. At the meeting of the electors in the respec- 
tive towns, in the month of April in each year,* imme- 
diately after the election of Senators, the presiding 
officers shall call upon the electors to bring in their 
ballots for him whom they would elect to be Governor, 
with his name fairly written. ' When such ballots shall 
have been received and counted in the presence of the 
electors, duplicate lists of the persons voted for, and of 
the number of votes given for each, shall be made and 
certified by the presiding officer, one of which lists 
shall be deposited in the office of the Town Clerk 
within three days, and the other, within ten days after 
said election, shall be transmitted to the Secretary, or 
to the sherilf of the county in which such election shall 
have been held. The sheriff receiving said votes shall 
deliver, or cause them to be delivered, to the Secretary 
within fifteen days next after said election. The votes 
so returned shall be counted by the Treasurer, Secre- 
tary, and Comptroller, within the month of April. A 
fair 1 i — t of the persons and the number of votes given 
for each, together with the returns of the presiding 
officers, shall be. by the Treasurer, Secretary, and 
Comptroller, made and laid before the General Assem- 
bly, then next to be holden, on the first day of tin 
sion thereof ; and said Assembly shall, after examina- 
tion of the same declare the person whom they shall 
find to be legally chosen, and give him notice accord- 
ingly. If no person shall have a majority of the whole 
number of said votes, or if two or more shall have an 
equal and the greatest number of said votes, then said 
Assembly, on the second day of their session, by joint 

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218 CONSTITUTION. 

ballot of both Houses, shall proceed, without debate, 
to choose a Governor from a list of the names of the 
two persons having the greatest number of votes, or of 
the names of persons having an equal and highest 
number of votes so returned as aforesaid. The Gen- 
eral Assembly shall by law prescribe the manner in 
which all questions concerning the election of a Gov- 
ernor, or Lieutenant-Governor, shall be determined. 

Sec. 3. At the annual meetings of the electors, im- 
mediately after the election of Governor, there shall 
also be chosen, in the same manner as is hereinbefore 
provided for the election of Governor, a Lieutenant- 
Governor,* who shall continue in office for the same 
time, and possess the same qualifications. 

Sec. 4. The compensations of the Governor, Lieu- 
tenant-Governor, Senators, and Representatives, shall 
be established by law, and shall not be varied so as to 
take effect until after an election, which shall next suc- 
ceed the passage of the law establishing said compen- 
sations. 

Sec. 5. The Governor shall be Captain-General of 
the militia of the State, except when called into the 
service of the United States. 

Sec 6. He may require information in writing from 
the officers in the executive department, on any subject 
relating to the duties of their respective offices. 

Sec.^7. The Governor, in case of a disagreement, 
between the two Houses of the General Assembly, 
respecting the time of adjournment, may adjourn them 
to such time as he shall think proper, not beyond the 
day of the next stated session. 

Sec 8. He shall, from time to time, give to the 
General Assembly information of the state of the gov- 
ernment, and recommend to their consideration such 
measures as he shall deem expedient. 

Sk( . <). lie shall take care that the laws be faith- 
fully executed. 

Sec 10. The Governor shall have power to grant 



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CONSTITUTION. 219 

reprieves after convicting, in all cases except those of 
Impeachment, until the end of the next session of the 
Genera] Assembly, and no longer. 

0. 11. All commissions Shall be in the name and 

by authority of the State of Connecticut; -hall be 
sealed with the State seal, signed by the Governor, and 
attested by the Secretary. 

. 12. Every hill which shall have passed both 
Bouses of the General Assembly shall be presented to 
the Governor. If he approves, lie shall -inn and trans- 
mit it to the Secretary, hut if not he shall return it to 
the House in which if originated, with hi- objections, 
which shall he entered on the journal- of the House; 
who -hall proceed to reconsider the hill. If, after such 
reconsideration, the House shall again pass it, it shall 
i»e sent, with objections, to the other House which 
-hall al-o reconsider it. If approved, it -hall become a 
law. But in such cases the vote- of both Houses shall 
be determined by yeas and nays; and the names of the 
members votingforand against the hill -hall he entered 
on the journals of each house respectively. If the hill 
shall not he returned by the Governor within three 
day-. Sunday- excepted, after it shall have been pre- 
sented to him, the same -hall he a law. in like manner 
a- if he had Bigned it ; unless the General Assembly, by 
their adjournment, prevents it- return; in which i 
it -hall not he a law. 

i . 13. The Lieutenant-Governor shall, by virtue 
of hi- office, he President of the Senate, and have, 
when in Committee of the Whole, a-riuht to debate; 

and when the Senate i- equally divided, to give the 
casting vote. 

S» . it. In case of the death, resignation, refusal 
to serve, or removal from office of the Governor, or of 
his impeachment or absence from the state, the Lieu- 
tenant-Governor -hall exercise the powers and authority 
appertaining to the office of Governor, until another be 

chosen at the next periodical election for Governor, 



220 CONSTITUTION. 

and be duly qualified ; or until the Governor, impeached 
or absent, shall be acquitted or return. 

Skc. 15. When the government shall be adminis- 
tered by the Lieutenant- Govern or, or he shall be unable 
to attend as President of the Senate, the Senate shall 
elect one of their members as President pro tempore. 
And if during the vacancy of the office of Governor 
the Lieutenant-Governor shall die, resign, refuse to 
serve, or be removed from office, or if he shall be im- 
peached or absent from the State, the President of the 
Senate pro tempore shall, in like manner, administer 
the government, until he be superseded by a Governor, 
or Lieutenant-Governor. 

Sec. 16. If the Lieutenant-Governor shall be re 
quired to administer the Government, and shall, while 
in such administration, die or resign during the recess 
of the General Assembly, it shall be the duty of the 
Secretary, for the time being, to convene the Senate 
for the purpose of choosing a President pro tempore. 

Sec. 17. A Treasurer shall annually be chosen by 
the electors at their meeting in April ; and the votes 
shall be returned, counted, canvassed, and declared in 
the same manner as is provided for the election of 
Governor and Lieutenant-Governor,* but the votes for 
Treasurer shall be canvassed by the Secretary and 
Comptroller only. He shall receive all moneys belong- 
ing to the State,' and disburse the same only as he may 
be directed by law. He shall pay no warrant or order 
for the disbursement of public money, until the same 
has been registered in the office of the Comptroller. 

Sec 18. "A Secretary shall be chosen next after the 
Treasurer, and in the same manner:- and the votes for 
Secretary shall be returned to, and counted, canvassed, 
and declared by the Treasurer and Comptroller. He 
shall have the safe keeping and custody of the public 
records and documents, and particularly of the Acts, 
Resolutions, and orders of the General Assembly, and 

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CONSTITUTION. 221 

record the same; and perform all such duties as shall 

be prescribed bylaw. He shall be the keeper of the 
seal of the State, which Bhall not be altered. 

Sec. 19. A Comptroller of the Public Accounts 
-hall be annually appointed by the General Assembly.* 

He -hall adjust and Bettle all public accounts and de- 
mands, except grants and orders of the General Assem- 
bly. He shall prescribe the mode of keeping and 
rendering all public accounts. He Bhall 6X officio be 
one of the auditors of the accounts of the Treasurer. 
The General Assembly may assign to him other duties 
in relation to his office, and that of the Treasurer, and 
-hall prescribe the manner in which his duties shall be 
performed. 

Sb< . "2o. A sheriff shall be appointed in each county 
by the General Assembly,! who -hall hold hi- office for 
three years, removable by -aid Assembly, and shall 
become bound, with sufficient sureties to the Treasurer 
of the State, for the faithful di-charge of the duties of 
hi- office, in such manner as shall be prescribed by law. 
In case t lie sheriff of any county -hall die or resign, the 
Governor may till the vacancy occasioned thereby, 
until the same -hall be tilled by the General Assembly. 

. 21. A statement of all receipts, paym< 
funds, and debt- of the State, -hall be published from 
time to time, in such manner and at -uch periods a- 
-hall be prescribed by law. 

ARTICLE FIFTH. 

09 THK JUDICIAL DEPARTMENT. 

i io.\ 1. The judicial power of the State shall be 
vested in a Supreme Court of Errors, a Superior Court, 
and -uch inferior court- a- the General Assembly shall, 
from time t<> time, ordain and establish; the powers 
and jurisdiction of which courts -hall be defined by 

law. 



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4 \ltered by amendment 



222 CONSTITUTION. 

Sec. 2. There shall be appointed in each county a 
sufficient number of justices of the peace, with such 
jurisdiction in civil and criminal cases as the General 
Assembly may provide. 

Sec. 3. The Judge of the Supreme Court of Errors, 
of the Superior and inferior courts, and all justices of 
the peace, shall be appointed by the General Assembly, 
in such manner as shall by law be prescribed.* The 
Judges of the Supreme Court and the Superior Court 
shall hold their offices during good behavior,* but may 
be removed by impeachment; and the Governor shail 
also remove them on the address of two-thirds of the 
members of each Bouse of the General Assembly; all 
other judges and justices of the peace shall be appoint- 
ed annually.* No judge or justice of the peace shall 
be capable of holding his office after he shall arrive at 
the age of seventy years. 

ARTICLE SIXTH. 

OF THE QUALIFICATIONS OF ELECTORS. 

Section 1. All persons who have been, or shall 
hereafter, previous to the ratification of this Constitu- 
tion, be admitted freemen, according to the existing 
law of this State, shall be electors. 

Sec 2. Every white* male citizen of the United 
States, who shall have gained a settlement in this State, 
attained the age of twenty-one years and resided in the 
town in which he may offer himself to be admitted to 
the privilege of an elector, at least six months preced- 
ing; and have a freehold estate of the yearly value of 
seven dollars in this State; or, having been enrolled in 
the militia, shall have performed military duty therein 
for the term of one year next preceding the time he 
shall offer himself for admission,* or being liable thereto 
shall have been, by authority of law, excused there- 
from; or shall have paid a State tax within the year 
next preceding the time he shall present himself for 

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CONSTITl 1 ION. 223 

such admission; and Bhall sustain a good moral charac- 
ter, shall, on his taking such oath as may be prescribed 

by law, bo an elector. 

;c. 3. The privileges of an elector shall be forfeit- 
ed by a conviction of bribery, forgery, perjury, duel- 
ling, fraudulent bankruptcy, theft, or other offense for 
which an infamous punishmenl i- inflicted. 

Bbc. 4. Every elector shall be eligible to any office 
in this State, except in cases provided for in this Con- 
stitution. 

Skc. 5. The selectmen and town clerk of the sever- 
al towns shall decide on the qualifications of electors, at 
such times and in such manner as may be prescribed by 
law. 

:c. 6. Laws shall be made to support the privilege 
of free suffrage, prescribing the manner of regulating 
and conducting meetings of the electors, and prohibit- 
ing, under adequate penalties, all undue influence 
therein, from power, bribery, tumult, and other im- 
proper conduct. 

BBC. 7. In all elections of officers of the State, or 
member.- of the General Assembly, the votes of the 
elector- -hall be by ballot. 

c. 8. At all elections of officers 6f the State, or 

members of the General Assembly, the elector- -hall 
be privileged from arrest during their attendance upon, 
and going to. and returning from the -ame. on any civil 
proa 

'.♦. The meeting of the elector- for the election 

of the several State officers by law annually to be elect 
ed, and members of the < General Assembly of this state. 

Shall be holdeu on the first Monday in April of each 

year.* 

ARTICLE SEVENTH. 

of RELIGION. 

B» i ion 1. It being the duly of all men to worship 

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224 CONSTITUTION. 

the Supreme Being, the Great Creator and Preserver of 
the Universe, and their right to render that worship in 
the mode most consistent with the; dictates of their 
consciences, no person shall by law be compelled to 
join or support, nor be classed with, or associated to, 
any congregation, church, or religious association. But 
every person now belonging to such congregation, 
church, or religious association, shall remain a member 
thereof until he shall have separated himself therefrom 
in the manner hereinafter provided. And each and 
every society or denomination of Christians in this 
State shall have and enjoy the same and equal powers, 
rights, and privileges; and shall have power to support 
and maintain the ministers or teachers of their respec- 
tive denominations, and .to build and repair houses for 
public worship, by a tax on the members of any such 
society only, to be laid by a major vote of the legal vo- 
ters assembled at any society meeting, warned and 
held according to law, or in any other manner. 

Sec. 2. If any person shall choose to separate him- 
self from the society or denomination of Christians to 
which he may belong, and shall leave a written notice 
thereof with the clerk of such society, he shall there- 
upon be no longer liable for any future expenses which 
may be incurred by said society. 

ARTICLE EIGHTH. 

OF EDUCATION. 

. Section 1. The charter of Yale College, as modi- 
fied by agreement with the corporation thereof, in 
pursuance of an Act of the General Assembly, passed 
in May, 1792, is hereby confirmed. 

Sec 2. The fund called the School Fund shall re- 
main a perpetual fund, the interest of which shall be 
inviolably appropriated to the support and encourage- 
ment of the public or common schools throughout the 
state, and for the equal benefit of all the people there- 
of. The value and amount of said fund shall, as soon 



CONSTITUTION. 225 

m practicable, be ascertained in such manner as the 
General Assembly may prescribe, published, and re- 
corded in the Comptroller's office, and no law shall ever 
be made authorizing said fund to be diverted to any 
other use than the encouragement and rapport of 
public or common schools, among the several school 
societies, as justice and equity shall require. 

ARTICLE NINTH. 
OF IMPEACHMENTS. 

Section 1. The House of Representatives shall 
have the sole power of impeaching. 

All impeachments shall be tried by the Sen- 
ate. When sitting tor that purpose, they shall be on 
oath or affirmation. Xo person shall be convicted with- 
out the concurrence of two-thirds of the member- pres- 
ent. When the Governor is impeached, the Chief Jus- 
tice shall preside. 

m:< . :;. The Governor and all other executive and 
judicial officers, -hall be liable to impeachment; but 
judgments in Mich cases shall not extend further than 
emoval from office and disqualification to hold any 
office of honor, trust, or profit under this State. The 
party convicted shall, nevertheless, be liable and sub- 
ject to indictment, trial, and punishment according to 
law. 

>n against the State shall consist only 
in levying war against it. or adhering t<> it> enemies, 
giving them aid and comfort. No person shall be con- 
victed of treason unless on the testimony of two wit- 
Qcsflci to the same overt act, or on confession in open 

court. No conviction of treason or attainder shall 
work corruption of blood or forfeiture. 

ARTICLE TENTH. 

■ •I M.i: \i. l*Ko\ [SION8, 
:on 1. Members of the General Assembly, and 
all officers, executive and judicial, shall, before they 
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226 CONSTITUTION. 

enter on the duties of their respective offices, take tlie 
following oath or affirmation, to wit : 

You do solemnly swear, or affirm (as the case may 
be), that you will support the Constitution of the United 
States, and the Constitution of the State of Connecti- 
cut, so long as you continue a citizen thereof; and that 
you will faithfully discharge, according to law, the 
duties of .... to the best of your abilities. So help 
you God. 

Sec. 2. Each town shall annually elect selectmen, and 
such officers of local police as the laws may prescribe. 

Sec. 3. The rights and duties of all corporations 
shall remain as if this Constitution had not been adop- 
ted; with the exception of such regulations and restric- 
tions as are contained in this Constitution. All judi- 
cial and civil officers now in office, who have been ap- 
pointed by the General Assembly, and commissioned 
according to law, and all such officers as shall be 
appointed by the said Assembly, and commissioned as 
aforesaid, before the first Wednesday of May next, shall 
continue to hold their offices until the first day of June 
next, unless they shall before that time resign, or be 
removed from office according to law. The Treasurer 
and Secretary shall continue in office until a Treasurer 
and Secretaiy shall be appointed under this Constitu- 
tion. All military officers shall continue to hold and 
exercise their respective offices until they shall resign 
or be removed according to law. All laws not contrary 
to, or inconsistent with, the provisions of this Constitu- 
tion shall remain in force until they shall expire by 
their own limitation, or shall be altered or repealed by 
the General Assembly, in pursuance of this Constitu- 
tion. The validity of all bonds, debts, contracts, as 
well of individuals as of bodies corporate, or the State, 
of all suits, actions, or rights of action, both in law and 
equity, shall continue as if no change had taken place. 
The Governor, Lieutenant-Governor, and General As- 
sembly, which is to be formed in October next, shall 
have and possess all the powers and authorities not re- 



CONSTITUTION. 227 

pugnant to, or inconsistent with, this Constitution, 
which they now have and possess, until the lirst 
Wednesday of .May next. 

SlBC. 4. * No judge of the Superior Court, or of the 
Supreme Court of Errors; no member of Congress; no 
person holding any office under the authority of the 
Unit no person holding the office of Treas- 

urer. Secretary, or Comptroller; no sheriff or sheriffs 
deputy, shall be a member of the General Assembly. 

ARTICLE ELEVENTH. 

OF AMENDMENTS TO THE CONSTITUTION. 

Whenever a majority of the House of Representatives 
shall deem it necessary to alter or amend this Constitu- 
tion, they may propose such alteration and amend- 
ments; which proposed amendments shall be continued 
to the next General Assembly, and be published with 
the lawa which may have been passed at the same 
sion; and if two-thirds of each House, at the next 
sion of said Assembly, shall approve the amendments 
proposed, by yeas and nays, said amendment shall, by 
the Secretary, be transmitted to the town clerk in each 
town in the State, whose duty it shall be to present the 
same to the inhabitants thereof, for their consideration, 
at a town meeting, legally warned and held for that 
purpose; and if it shall appear, in a manner to be pro- 
vided by law, that a majority of the electors present at 
such meetings -hall have approved such amendments, 

the Bame shall be valid, to all intents and purpoSJ 
a part iif this ( institution. 

Done in Convention, on the fifteenth day of Septem- 
ber, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight 
hundred and* eighteen, and of the Independence of 
the United State- the forty-third. 
By <»rder of the Convention, 

OLIV. WOLCOTT, President. 
James Lyman, i r/ , 

Robert Faiiu hud 



AMENDMENTS TO THE CONSTITUTION. 

ARTICLE I. 

ADOPTED NOVEMBER, 1828. 

From and after the first Wednesday of May, in the 
year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and thirty, 
the Senate of this State shall consist of not less than 
eighteen nor more than twenty-four members, and be 
chosen by districts. 

ARTICLE II 

ADOPTED NOVEMBER, 1828. 

The General Assembly, which shall be holden on the 
first Wednesday of May, in the year one thousand 
eight hundred and twenty-nine, shall divide the State 
into districts for the choice of Senators, and shall de- 
termine what number shall be elected in each; which 
districts shall not be less than eight nor more than 
twenty-four in number, and shall always be composed 
of contiguous territory, and in forming them no town 
shall be divided, nor shall the whole" or part of one 
county be joined to the whole or part of another county 
to form a district; regard being had to the population 
in said apportionment, and in forming said districts, in 
such manner that no county shall have less than two 
senators. The districts, when established, shall con- 
tinue the same until the session of the General Assem- 
bly next after the completion of the next census of the 
United States; which said Assembly shall have power 
to alter the same, if found necessary, to preserve a 
proper equality between said districts, in respect to the 
number of inhabitants therein, according to the princi- 



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CONSTITUTION. 229 

pies above recited; after which said district shall not 
be altered, nor the number of Senators altered, except 
at any session of the General Assembly next after the 
completion of a census of the United States, and then 
only according to the principles above described. 

ARTICLE III. 

ADOPTED NOVSMBEB, L828. 

At the meeting of the electors on the first Monday of 
April, in the year one thousand eight hundred and 
thirty, and annually thereafter, immediately after the 
choice of Representatives, the electors qualified by law 
to vote in the choice of such Representatives shall be 
called upon by the presiding officer in such meeting, 
in the several towns within their districts, respectively. 
to bring in their ballots for such person or number bf 
persons to be Senator or Senators for such districts in 
the next General Assembly, as shall by law be allowed 
to such districts respectively;* which person or persons 
at the time of holding such meetings, shall belong to 
and reside in the respective districts in which they shall 
be so balloted for, as aforesaid: And each elector 
present at such meeting, qualified as aforesaid, may 
thereupon bring in his ballot or suffrage for such per- 
son or persons as he shall choose to be Senators for 
such district, not exceeding the number -by law allowed 
to the same, with the name or names of such person or 
persons fairly written on one piece of paper.* And the 
votes so given >hall be received, counted, canvassed, and 
declared in the same manner now provided by the Con- 
stitution for the choice of Senators. The person or 
persons, not exceeding the number by law allowed to 
the districts in which such votes shall be given in, 
having the highest number of votes, shall bedeclared 
to be duly elected for such districts: But in the event 
of an equality of votes between two or more of the 
persons so voted for, the House of Representatives shall, 



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230 CONSTITUTION. 

in the manner provided for by the Constitution, desig- 
nate which of such person or persons shall be declared 
to be duly elected. 

ARTICLE IV. 

ADOPTED NOVEMBER, 1832. 

There shall annually* be chosen and appointed a 
Lieutenant-Governor, a Treasurer, and Secretary, in 
the same manner as is provided in the second section 
of the fourth article of the Constitution of this State, 
for the choice and appointment of a Governor. 

ARTICLE V. 

ADOPTED NOVEMBER, 1836. 

A Comptroller of Public Accounts shall be annually 
chosen by the electors, at their meeting in April, and in 
the same manner as the Treasurer and Secretary are 
chosen, and the votes for Comptroller shall be returned 
to, counted, canvassed, and declared by the Treasurer 
and Secretary. 

ARTICLE VI. 

ADOPTED NOVEMBER, 1836. 

The electors in the respective towns, on the first 
Monday of April in each year, may vote for Governor, 
Lieutenant-Governor, Treasurer, Secretary, Senators, and 
Representatives in the General Assembly successively, 
or for any number of said officers at the same time, and 
the General Assembly shall have power to enact laws 
regulating and prescribing the order and manner of 
voting for said officers, and also providing for the 
election of Representatives at some time subsequent to 
the first Monday of April in all cases when it shall so 
happen that the electors in any town shall fail on that 
day to elect the Representative or Representatives to 
which such town shall be by law entitled: provided, 

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CONSTITUTION- 231 

that in all elections of officers of the State, or members 
of the General Assembly, the votes of the electors shall 
be by ballot, either written or printed. 

ARTICLE VII. 

ADOPTED OCTOBER, 1838. 

A sheriff shall be appointed in each county by* the 
electors therein, in such manner as shall be prescribed 

by law, who -hall hold his office for three year-, re- 
movable by the Genera] Assembly, and shall become 
bound with sufficient sureties to the Treasurer df the 
State for the faithful discharge of the duties of his 
office. 

ARTICLE VIII. 

ADOPTED OCTOBER, 1845. 

Every white- male citizen of the United States, who 
shall have attained the age of twenty-one years, who 
>hall have resided in this State for a term of one year 
next preceding, and in the town in which he may offer 
himself to be admitted to the privileges of an elector, 
at least six month- next preceding the time he may bo 
offer himself, f and shall sustain a good moral character, 
shall, on his taking such oath- as may be prescribed by 
law, be an elector. 

ARTICLE IX. 

ADOPTED OCTOBKK, 1850. 

The Judges of Probate shall be appointed by the elec- 
tors residing in the several probate districts, and quali- 
fied to vote for Representatives therein, in Buch manner 
a^ shall be prescribed by law. 

ARTICLE X. 

ADOPTED OCTOBBRj l s ~><>. 

The Justice* of the Peace for the several towns in 

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t Altered by amendment! of 1866. 



232 CONSTITUTION. 

this State shall be appointed by the electors in such 
towns; and the time and manner of their election, the 
number of each town, and the period for which they 
shall hold their offices, shall be prescribed by law. 

ARTICLE XI. 

ADOPTED OCTOBER, 1855. 

Every person shall be able to read any article of the 
Constitution, or any section of the Statutes of this 
State, before being admitted an elector. 

ARTICLE XII. 

ADOPTED OCTOBER, 1856. 

The Judges of the Supreme Court of Errors, and of 
the Superior Court, appointed in the year 1855, and 
thereafter, shall hold their offices for the term of eight 
years, but may be removed by impeachment ; and the 
Governor shall also remove them on the address of two- 
thirds of each House of the General Assembly. No 
Judge of the Supreme Court of Errors, or of the Supe- 
rior Court, shall be capable of holding office after he 
shall arrive at the age of seventy years. 

ARTICLE XIII. 

ADOPTED AUGUST, 1864. 

[Every elector of this State who shall be in the mili- 
tary service of the United States, either as a drafted 
person or a volunteer, during the present rebellion, 
when absent from the State, because of such service, 
have the same right to vote in any election of State 
officers, Representatives in Congress, and electors of 
President and Vice-President of the United States, as 
he would have if present at the time appointed for such 
election, in the town in which he resided at the time of 
his enlistment into such service. This provision shall 
in no case extend to persons in the regular army of the 
United States, and shall cease and become inoperative 
and void upon the termination of the present war. 



CONSTITUTION. 159 

The General Assembly shall prescribe, by law, in 
what manner and at what time the votes of electors ab- 
sent from this State, in the military service of the 
United States, shall be received, counted, returned, and 
canvassed.]- 

ARTICLE XIV. 

ADOPTED OCTOBER, 1873. 

All annual and special sessions of the General Assem- 
bly shall, on and after the first Wednesday of May, 
A.D. 1875, be held at Hartford, but the person ad- 
ministering the office of Governor may, in case of spe- 
cial emergency, convene said Assembly at any other 
place in this state. 

ARTICLE XV. 

ADOPTED OCTOBER, 1874 

The Bouse of Representatives shall consist of elec- 
tors residing in towns from which they are elected. 
Every town which now contains, or hereafter shall 
contain, a population of rive thousand, shall be entitled 
end two representatives, and every other one shall 
be entitled to its present representation in the General 
Assembly. The population of each town shall be de- 
termined b\ the enumeration made under the authority 
of the census of the United States next before' the elec- 
tion of Representatives is held. 

ARTICLE XVI 

ADOPTED OCTOBER, 1875. 

i ion l. A general election for Governor, Lieu- 
tenant-Governor, Secretary of State. Treasurer, Comp- 
troller, and members of the Genera] Assembly, shall be 

held on the Tuesday after the first Monday of Novem 
ber, INTO, and annually thereafter, for such officers 18 
are herein and may be hereafter prescribed. 

* Now Inoperative. 



234 CONSTITUTION. 

Sec. 2. The State officers above named, and the 
Senators from those districts having even numbers, 
elected on the Tuesday after the first Monday of Xo 
vember, 1876, and those elected biennially thereafter on 
the Tuesday after the first Monday of Xo vember, shall 
respectively hold their offices for two years from and 
after the Wednesday following the first Monday of the 
next succeeding January. The Senators from those 
districts having odd numbers elected on the Tuesday 
after the first Monday of Xo vember, 1876, shall hold 
their offices for one year from and after the Wednesday 
following the first Monday of January, 1877; the elec- 
tors residing in the senatorial districts having odd num- 
bers shall, on the Tuesday after the first Monday of 
Xovember, 1877, and biennially thereafter, elect Sena- 
tors who shall hold their offices for two years from and 
after the Wednesday following the first Monday of the 
next succeeding January. The Representatives elected 
from the several towns on the Tuesday after the first 
Monday of Xovember, 1876, and those elected annually 
thereafter, shall hold their offices for one year from and 
after the Wednesday following the first Monday of the 
next succeeding Januaiy. 

Sec. 3. There shall be a stated session of the Gen- 
eral Assembly in Hartford on the Wednesday after the 
first Monday of January, 1877, and annually thereafter 
on the Wednesday after the first Monday of January. 

Sec. 4. The persons who shall be severally elected 
to the State offices and General Assembly on the first 
Monday of April, 1876, shall hold such offices only 
until the Wednesday after the first Monday of January. 
1877. 

Sec 5. The General Assembly elected in April, 
1876, shall have power to pass such laws as maybe 
necessary to carry into effect the provisions of this 
amendment. 



AMENDMENTS TO THE CONSTITUTION'. 23i> 

ARTICLE XVII. 

ADOPTED OCTOBER, 1875. 

The Genera] Assembly shall have power, by a vote of 
two thirds of the members of both branches, to restore 
the privileges of an elector to those who may have for- 
feited the same by a conviction of crime. 

ARTICLE XVIII. 

ADOPTED OCTOBER, 1876. 

Iii ease a new town shall hereafter be incorporated, 
such new town shall not be entitled to a Representative 
in the General Assembly unless it has at least twenty- 
live hundred inhabitants, and unless the town from 
which the major portion of its territory is taken has 
also at least twenty -five hundred inhabitants; but until 
such towns shall each have at least twenty-five hundred 
inhabitants, Mich new town shall, for the purpose of 
representation in the General Assembly, be attached to. 
and be deemed to be a part of, the town from which the 
major portion of its territory is taken, and it shall be an 
election district of such town for the purpose of repre- 
sentation in the House of Representatives. 

ARTICLK XIX. 

ADOPTED OCTOBER, 1876. 

The provisions of Section 3, Article IV of the Con- 
stitution, and of the amendment^ thereto, shall apply, 
mutatu mutandis, to all elections held on the first Tues 
day after the first Monday of November, 187<>. and an 
nually thereafter. 

Airncu-: XX. 

ADoi'l KD 04 TOBRB, 1876. 

Judges of the Court- of Common Pleas and of the 
District Courts, shall be appointed for terms of four 
years. Judges of the City Courts and Police Courts 
shall be appointed for terms of two year- 



23» AMKNDMKNT5 TO TlIK CONSTITI1 ION 

ARTICLE XXI. 

ADOPTED OCTOBER, 1876. 

Judges of Probate shall be elected by the elect 
siding in their respective districts on the Tuesday after 
the first Monday of November, 1876, and biennially 
thereafter. Those persons elected Judges of Probate 
on the Tuesday after the firsl Monday of November, 
1876, and those elected biennially thereafter, shall hold 
their offices for two years from and after the Wednes 
day after the first .Monday of the next succeeding Janu- 
ary. Those persons elected Judges <>t Probate on the 
first Monday of April, 1876. shall hold their offices only 
until the Wednesday after the firsl Monday of January, 
1877. 

ARTICLE XXII. 

ADOPTED OCTOBER, 1876. 

The compensation of members of the General Assem- 
bly shall not exceed three hundred dollars per annum, 
and one mileage each way for each se>^ion, at the rate 
of twenty- rive cents per mile. 



ARTICLE XXIII 
ADOPTED OCTOBER, L876 



That Article X" III of the amendment- 1<> the Consti- 
tution be amended by erasing the word "white" from 

the first line. 

ARTICLE XXIV. 

ADOPTED <>< TOBBR, l s ^ I 

Neither the < rencral Assembly nor an\ County. ( it\ , 

Borough, Town, or School District shall have power 
to pay or grant any extra compensation to any public 
officer, employee, agent or servant, or increase the com 

pensation of any public oflicer or employee, to take 

effect during the continuance In office of any person 



AMENDMENTS TO THE CONSTITUTION. 237 

whose salary might be increased thereby, or increase the 
payor compensation of any public contractor above the 
amount specified in the contract. 

ARTICLE XXV. 

ADOPTED OCTOBER, 1877. 

No County, City, Town, Borough, or other munici- 
pality shall ever subscribe to the capital stock of any 
railroad corporation, or become a purchaser of the 
bonds, or make donations to, or loan its credit, directly 
or indirectly, in aid of any such corporation ; but noth- 
ing herein contained shall affect the validity of any 
bonds or debts incurred under existing laws, nor be 
construed to prohibit the General Assembly from au- 
thorizing any Town or City to protect, by additional 
appropriations of money or credit, any railroad debt 
contracted prior to the adoption of this amendment. 

ARTICLE XXVI. 

ADOPTED OCTOBER, 1880. 

The Judges of the Supreme Court of Errors, and of 
the Superior Court, shall, upon nomination of the Gov- 
ernor, be appointed by the General Assembly, in such 
manner as shall by law be prescribed. 



JOINT RULES OF PROCEEDINGS 

FOR THE 

SENATE AND HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES 
OF CONNECTICUT. 



I. Immediately after the organization of the Senate 
and House of Representatives, at the commencement of 
every stated session of the General Assembly, a Joint 
Committee, consisting of one Senator and eight Repre- 
sentatives, shall be appointed to examine the returns 
and canvass of votes given by the electors for Governor, 
Lieutenant-Governor, Treasurer, Secretary, and Comp- 
troller of Public Accounts, and to report the names of 
the persons whom they shall find elected to those offices 
respectively. After this report shall have been accepted, 
a Joint Committee, consisting of one Senator and two 
Representatives, shall be appointed, to inform the Gov- 
ernor personally of his election and of the organization 
of the two houses, and their readiness to receive his 
communications. 

II. On or before the third day of every stated session 
of the General Assembly there shall be appointed 
twenty Joint Standing Committees, each of which shall 
consist of one Senator and eight Representatives, ex- 
cept the Committee on Engrossed Bills, which shall 
consist of one Senator and three Representatives, viz. : 

1st. A Committee on the Judiciary, who shall take 
into consideration all such matters touching public or 
private acts and judicial proceedings, as shall be re- 
ferred to them, and to report their opinion thereon, to- 
gether with such propositions relative thereto as to them 
shall seem expedient. 

2d. A Committee on the School Fund, who shall 



JOINT RULES. 

inquire into and report the actual state of the ><hool 
Fund, the amount, value, and condition of its Becuril 
and recommend rach measures as they shall deem 
adapted to Becure its improvement and permanent 
safety. 

Id. A Committee on Banks, who shall take into 

^deration all such matters relative to Banks, Savings 

Banks, and Savings and Building Associations, as may 

be referred to them, and report the facts, with their 

opinion thereon. 

4th. A Committee on the State Prison, who -hall 
examine the annual report> of the directors and officers 
in charge of the State Prison, the account of receipts 
and expenditure- of the institution, together with such 
other matter- a- -hall be referred to them by the two 
Houses of the General Assembly. And they may 
recommend Buch measures for the regulation and man- 
at of the Prison a- they shall deem expedient. 

5th. A Committee on New Town- and Probate I)i- 
tricts, who -hall take into consideration all matters re- 
lating to the incorporation of new towns, the alteration 
of town lines, and the formation of probate districts, 
which -hall he referred to them, and report their opinion 
thereon, together with the fact- upon which such opin- 
ion i- founded. 

6th. A Committee on Roads and Bridges, who shall 
take into consideration all such matters relative to roads 
and bridges a- -hall he referred to them, and report the 
fact-, with their opinion thereon. 

7th. A Committee on Incorporations, who -hall take 
into consideration all matters relative to private corpora 
tions, for which there may be no other appropriate com- 
mittee, and report their opinion thereon, with the facts 

on which the same is founded. 

8th. A Committee on Claim-, which -hall take into 
consideration all claims and demand- upon the State 
which may he referred to them, and report their opinion 
thereon, with the fact- on which the same i- founded. 



240 JOINT RULES. 

9th. A Committee on Education, who shall take into 
consideration all such matters relating to the subject of 
common school education as shall be referred to them, 
and recommend such measures touching the same as 
they shall deem expedient. 

10th. A Committee on the Sale of Lands, who shall 
take into consideration all applications for the sale of 
lands which shall be referred to them, and report the 
facts, with their opinion thereon. 

11th. A Committee on Finance, who shall take into 
consideration the financial concerns of the State, -and 
inquire into the receipts and expenditures of the gov- 
ernment, the investment of the public funds (the school 
fund excepted), the system of assessment and taxation 
provided by existing laws, and all other matters affect- 
ing the revenue of the State ; and report such measures 
touching the same as they may deem expedient. 

12th. A Committee on Railroads, who shall take 
into consideration all matters relating to railroads and 
railroad companies as may be referred to them, and 
report the facts, with their opinion thereon. 

13th. A Committee on Military Affairs, who shall 
examine all military returns, and take into consideration 
all matters relating to the militia of this State which 
may be referred to them, and report thereon, with their 
opinion touching the same. 

14th. A Committee on Agriculture, who shall take 
into consideration all such matters relating to Agricul- 
ture as may be referred to them, and report thereon, with 
their opinion touching the same. 

15th. A Committee on Humane Institutions, who 
shall take into consideration all such matters relating 
to the Benevolent Institutions under the care or super- 
vision of the State as may be referred to them, and 
report thereon, with their opinion touching the same. 

16th. A Committee on Cities and Boroughs, who 
sljall take into consideration all such matters relating 
to cities and boroughs as may be referred to them, and 
report the facts, and their opinion thereon. 



JOINT RULES. 241 

l?th. A Committee on Fisheries, who shall take 
into consideration all such matters relating to fisheries 

as may be referred to them, and report the facts, and 
their opinion thereon in the matter. 

18th. A Committee on Insurance, who shall take 
into consideration all such matters relating to insurance 
that may be referred to them, and report the facts, and 
their opinion thereon. 

19th. A Committee on Manufactures, who shall 
take into consideration all matters relating to manu- 
factures that may be referred to them, and report their 
opinion thereon. 

'20th. A Committee on Engrossed Bills, whose duty 
it -hall be to examine the engrossed copy of each bill 
for a public act. and of each joint resolution for a special 
act which has been passed by both houses, and to 
verify it, upon finding it to be a correct copy of the bill 
or joint resolution, and of the amendments, if any, as it 
was passed; and no engrossed copy of any bilf for a 
public act, or of any joint resolution for a special act, 
shall be certified by the officers of either house as hav- 
ing been passed, until it has first been verified by the 
signature of at least two members of the committee. 

III. In all meetings of Joint Committees, the Sena- 
tors -hall preside. All questions of order in their pro- 
ceedings, and questions relative to the admission of 
evidence, shall be determined by a majority of votes; 
and in ease the vote be equally divided, the Senator- 
shall have a casting vote. 

IV. All Committees of Conference, on disagreeing 
votes of the two Houses of Assembly, shall consist of 
one Senator and two Representatives, who wen- in the 
major vote of their respective Houses, The Commit- 
tee of the House making the grant or appointment, or 
passing the bill, resolution, or amendment disagreed 
to. BhaJl state their reasons, to be reported to the other 
House. And neither House shall request the other 
twice to confer on the same point of disagreement. 

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242 JOINT RULES. 

V. Whenever each House shall have adhered to its 
vote of disagreement, the bill or resolution shall be 
considered as lost. 

VI. Every message sent from one House to the 
other shall be announced at the door, and shall be re- 
spectfully communicated to the Chair by the person by 
whom it ma} 7 be sent. 

VII. Whenever a bill shall have passed both Houses 
of the Assembly, and shall have been transmitted to 
the Governor for his approbation, if either House de- 
sires its return for further consideration, such desire 
shall be communicated by message to the other House, 
and a Joint Committee of one Senator and two Repre- 
sentatives shall then be sent to the Governor to request 
him to return the bill. If the Governor consents, the 
bill shall be returned first to that House in which the 
motion for its return originated, and the bill may then 
be altered or totally rejected by a concurrent vote of 
the two Houses; but if not altered or rejected by such 
concurrent vote, it shall be again transmitted to the 
Governor in the same form in which it was first pre- 
sented to him. 

VIII. Whenever the public business may require 
the Senate and House of Representatives to meet in 
Convention, either House may send its message to the 
other, requesting such Convention, and specifying the 
object. At the time designated, the Senate, with their 
President and Clerk, may proceed to the Hall of the 
House of Representatives, where suitable accommo- 
dations will be provided. The President of the Senate 
shall ex-officio preside in said Convention, and the pro- 
ceedings thereof shall be entered upon the Journals of 
the two Houses. 

When the Convention shall have been dissolved, the 
President of the Senate and the Speaker of the House 
of Representatives shall make report to their respective 
Houses of the proceedings of the Convention. 

IX All bills for public acts which shall have been 
passed by both Houses of the General Assembly, en- 



JOINT Rl JA3 

ssed, ami signed by the Bpeak< 

i President of the Senate, and all 
bills for private act- and joint resolutions, which shall 
have been passed by the two Houses, -hall, with the 

re on which the same may be founded, he trans- 
mitted by the Committee on I Bills to the 

3 retarv of State, for the purpose of being by him 
laid before the Governor. The presiding officers of 
the two Bouses -hall affix their signatures to all bills 
for public acts in the presence of one or more of the 
Engrossing Committee, or the Secretary. 

X Every bill or resolution shall be written or print- 
ed without interlineation or erasure, on paper not 
smaller than a half sheet of foolscap, and any member 
offering such lull, re-olution, or a petition shall endorse 
thereon his name in some conspicuous place. No bill 
or resolution shall, after it has been introduce 1. 
altered either by addition or erasure. Any pro] 
changes in the text of such bill or resolution which 
may be deemed advisable by the Committee to which 
it has been referred, -hall be reported in the form of 
amendmei;- - itute bill. 

XI. The Clerk of the Boose t<> which any bill shall 
be r ted -hall indorse thereon a statement of 
the contents, or object- of such bill or resolution 
fore transmitting the same to the other House. 

XII. All acts of incorporation by bill or resolution, 
and all act- in amendment <»r alteration thereof, and all 
private acts of whatever nature, -hall, before the same 
shall be considered, be printed for the use "t 

eral Assembly, at the expense of the party applying 
therefor. 

XIII. All bills for public acts reported favorably 
upon by the committee to which they have been or 
may be referred, with or without amendment-, bi 
being put upon their third reading, -hall be laid upon 
the table, and three hundred - i<h bill-, with 
their amendments, -hall be printed for the use of the 
General Assembly; and no bill bo reported -hall be put 



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RULES TO REGULATE THE PROCEEDINGS 

OF THE 

SENATE OF CONNECTICUT. 



Resolved, That the Rules and Orders following be, 
and they are hereby, adopted as the standing Rules and 
Orders of the Senate, and they shall be read at the com- 
mencement of each session of the General Assembly by 
the Clerk. 

1st. The President shall take the chair every day, 
at the hour to which the Senate shall have adjourned, 
and after prayer shall immediately call the Senate to 
order, and if a quorum be present, proceed to business. 

2d. The President shall preserve order, and shall 
decide questions of order without debate, subject to an 
appeal to the Senate. He shall rise to put a question, 
but may state it sitting. The question first moved and 
seconded shall be the first put, and in all cases the sense 
of the Senate shall be taken upon the largest number 
or sum, and the longest time proposed. 

3d. No member shall in any way interrupt the 
business of the Senate while the journal or public 
papers are in reading, nor when any member is speak- 
ing in debate, nor while the President is putting a ques- 
tion. 

4th. When any member is about to speak in debate, 
or deliver any matter to the Senate, he shall rise and 
respectfully address "Mr. President"', if two or more 
arise at once, the President shall name the member 
who is first to speak. 

5th. No member shall speak more than twice upon 
the same question, without leave of the Senate, unless 
to explain. 



RULES OF THE SENATE. 247 

6th. When a question Kfl before the Senate. DO mo- 
tion shall be received but to adjourn., to lay upon the 
table, to postpone indefinitely, to postpone to a certain 
day. to commit, or to amend; which several motions 
shall have precedence in the order in which they stand 
arranged, and a motion for adjournment shall always 
be in order, and be decided without debate. 

7th. If the question in debate contains several 
points, any member may have the same divided. 

8th. When the yeas and nays shall be called for by 
one-fifth of the members present, each member called 
upon shall (unless for special reason he be excused by 
the Senate) declare openly his assent or dissent to the 
question. 

9th. When a motion is made and seconded, it shall 
be stated to the Senate by the President, before any 
debate be had thereon; but every motion -hall be re- 
duced to writing, if the President so direct, or any 
member desire it. 

10th. Every bill shall be introduced by a motion for 
leave, or by order of the Senate, or the report of a com- 
mittee, and every bill for a public act -hall receive 
three several readings in the Senate, previously to it- 
being passed into an act. And no bill shall be read 
twice on the same day. without the order of the Senate. 
Xor may the President state the same to the Senate for 
debate, until the second reading. 

11th. A committee of three shall, within the first 
two day- of each session, be appointed by ballot 
to take into consideration all contested elections 
of members of the Senate, and t<> report the facts in 
issue, together with their opinion thereon. 

12th. Committees of Conference -hall be appointed 

by the Senate. 

loth. All other committees -hall be appointed by 
resolution by the Senate, iinle— the Senate -hall other- 
rder. 

14th. When a motion has been stated by the Presi- 
dent, or read by the clerk, it Bhall be considered to be 



248 RULES OF THE SENATE. 

in possession of the Seuate, but may be withdrawn at 
anytime before decision or amendment ; but not after 
amendment, unless the Senate give leave. 

loth. No member who is interested in the decision 
of any question in such manner that he cannot vote 
may stay in the Senate when such question is discussed 
or decided: provided, however, that this rule shall not 
extend to the sitting members in contested elections. 

16th. When any member shall request a Committee 
of Conference on different votes of the two Houses of 
Assembly, a committee, consisting of one member, 
who was in the vote of the Senate, shall be appointed ; 
and if any member who was not in such vote shall be 
nominated, he shall notify the Senate. 

17th. When the Senate has voted to appoint a com- 
mittee to prepare a bill or resolve, upon any subject, 
no person shall be on such committee who was opposed 
to the vote of the Senate. 

18th. If any member, in speaking or otherwise, 
shall transgress the rules of the Senate, the President 
shall, and any member may, call to order, and if speak- 
ing, he shall sit down, unless permitted to explain; the 
Senate, if appealed to, shall decide the question with- 
out debate. 

19th. When a question shall have been once decided, 
it shall be in order for any member of the majority to 
move for a reconsideration thereof; but no such motion 
shall be made unless within three days of actual session 
of the Senate, after the day on which the decision to 
be reconsidered was made. 

20th. Before any petition or memorial address to 
the Senate shall be received and read at the table, 
whether the same shall be introduced by the President 
or a member, a brief statement of the contents or 
object of the petition or memorial shall be verbally 
made by the introducer. 

21st. All questions shall be put by the President of 
the Senate, and the Senators shall signify their assent 
or dissent by answering, vivd voce, aye or no. And 



RULES OF THE SENATE. 249 

whenever the vote shall be doubted or questioned, it 
shall be determined by the members rising, and in all 
cases the ayes shall be first * called. 

83d. Every resolution or bill granting money from 
the Treasurer of the State -hall, before it- final passage, 
receive three several readings, only one of which will 
be on the same day. 

38d It -hall be the duty of the Clerk to keep a 
calendar, on which he shall enter daily all bills and 
joint resolution received from the House of Repre- 
.-entative- for the action of the Senate, except the bills 
and joint resolutions which have not been referred by 
the Senate to any committee, and all bills and joint 
resolutions reported to the Senate from any committee; 
and these -hall be entered on the calendar in the order 
in which they are reported; and no bill or joint resolu- 
tion received from the House of Representatives or 
reported from a committee, -hall be considered and 
acted upon until it is reached in its regular order on 
the calendar. 

All bills and joint resolutions shall be entitled to be 
considered and acted upon when reached in their regular 
order on the calendar, and any bill or joint resolution 
not considered and acted upon in it- regular order shall 
be placed at the foot of the calendar: unle — the eon 
sideration of the same be by vote of two-thirds of the 
Senators present made the order of the day for some 
specified day named in ihe resolution. 

24th. It shall be the duty of the Clerk of the Senate 
to keep a record of all petition-, resolutions, joint 
resolutions, and bills for public acts which are presented 
for the consideration of the Senate; and said record 
Bhall be -<> kepi as to show by one and a single refer 
ence thereto, the action of the Senate on any specified 
petition, resolution, joint resolution, or bill for a public 
act, up to tin- time of such reference. 

- originally drawn, the *ii~ t rule read as inn- printed. In 

1604, appaiently by accident, the word " tir.-t " wa- dropped out of 
the last clause. Its restoration i^ obvion-ly ncceesarj to ^'wa 
force to the provision. 



RULES 

OP THE 

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES 

IN THE 

GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF CONNECTICUT. 



Resolved, That the Rules and Orders following be, 
and they are hereby, adopted as the Standing Rules and 
Orders of this House: 

TOUCHING THE DUTY OF THE SPEAKER. 

1. The Speaker shall take the chair every day, at the 
hour to which the House shall have adjourned ; he shall 
immediately call the House to order, and after prayers 
and roll-call, if a quorum be present, proceed to busi- 
ness. 

2. In the absence of a quorum, the Speaker may ad- 
journ the House to the afternoon, or the next sitting 
day. At all other times during the session an adjourn- 
ment shall be pronounced by the Speaker on motion. 

3. The Speaker shall preserve order and decorum ; 
and shall decide questions of order without debate (ex- 
cept at the request of the Chair), subject to an appeal to 
the House, on which appeal no member shall speak 
more than once. 

4. In all cases when a vote is taken without a divi- 
sion, the Speaker shall determine Whether it is or is not 
a vote; and in all doubtful cases lie shall ask. "Is it 
doubted?" If the vote be disputed, it shall be tried 
again; but after the Speaker has declared the vote, it 



BULBS OF THE BOUSE. 251 

Bhall not be recalled, unless by a regular motion for re- 
consideration, made by a member in the vote of the 
Bouse. 

5. If tin- Speaker still doubt a vote, or a division be 
called for. the House shall divide: those in the affirma- 
tive of the question shall first rise from their seats, and 
stand until counted, and afterwards those in the nega- 
tive. 

<;. In [ill cases of balloting the Speaker shall vote; 
in other cases he Bhall not vote unless the House be 
equally divided, or unless his vote, if given in the mi- 
nority, will make the division equal; and in case of 
such equal division, the question shall be lost. 

7. In case of any disturbance or disorderly conduct 
in the galleries; lobby, or aisles of the House, the Speak- 
er Bhall have power to order the same to be cleared. 

In case the Speaker wishes to leave the chair for 
the purpose of taking part in the debate, or from indis- 
position, or other cause, he may designate some mem- 
ber to preside, but not exceeding one day after the day 
of Buch designation. 

9. That in the case of the absence of the Speaker for 
more than two daily sessions, the Clerk shall call the 
House to order, at the hour to which the House stands 
adjourned, and the first business in order shall be the 
election of the Speaker pro tempore, which it shall im- 
mediately proceed to do without debate, by nomination 
or ballot, as the House shall determine; these questions 
Bhall also be decided without debate; ami the Speaker 

pro // lupnre thus elected shall preside in the H6use and 

discharge all the duties of the Speaker until his return. 
In ca>e of the death or resin-nation of a Speaker, the 
Clerk Bhall call the House to order, afl provided in the 
first clause of this rule, and the first business in order 
shall be the election of a Speaker by ballot, which the 
House shall immediately proceed to. without debate, 
and the Speaker thus elected shall preside over the 

House and discharge all the duties of the Speaker dur- 
ing the continuance of the General Assembly. 



252 RULES OF THE HOUSE. 

OF THE CLERK. 

10. The Clerk shall not transmit any bill, resolution, 
or other paper, from the House to the Senate, on the 
same day upon which the action was had thereon, ex- 
cept the House otherwise orders. 

11. The Clerk shall prepare the daily calendar as 
hereinafter provided. 

12. The Clerk shall enter upon the Journal the lan- 
guage of any amendment that may be offered to any 
bill or resolution, provided the same is not withdrawn 
before action by the House. 

OF THE MEMBERS. 

13. When an}' member is about to speak in debate, 
or deliver any matter to the House, he shall rise and 
address " Mr, Speaker; " if two or more rise at once, the 
Speaker shall name the member who is first to speak. 

14. No member shall speak more than twice to the 
same question, without leave of the House. 

15. No member who is interested in the decision of 
any question in such a manner that he cannot vote, may 
sta}^ in the House when such a question is discussed or 
decided. 

16. Every member present, when a question is put 
by the Speaker, shall vote, unless excused b} T the 
House. 

17. If any member, in speaking or otherwise, trans- 
gress the Rules and Orders of this House, the Speaker 
shall, or any member may, call to order; and if speak- 
ing, he shall sit down, unless permitted to explain. The 
House, if appealed to, shall decide the case, but with- 
out debate. If no such appeal be made, the Speaker 
shall decide the same. 

18. For the purpose of more conveniently counting 
upon the division of the House, the floor thereof shall 
Ife divided by aisles in four divisions, to be numbered 
first, second,' third, and fourth sections, commencing 
on the riflrtit of the chair; for each of which divisions 



RULES OF THE HOUSE. 

the Speaker shall appoint a member, who.se Beat 18 in 
said division, to be a teller to count and report to the 
chair. 

OF MOTIONS, in kir PRECEDENCE, ETC. 

19. When a motion is made and seconded, it shall 
be stated to the House by the Speaker, before any de- 
bate be had thereon; but every motion shall be reduced 
to writing, if the Speaker so direct, or any member de- 
sire it. 

•-20. When a motion is stated by the Speaker, or read 
by the Clerk, it shall be deemed to be in possession of 
the House; but may be withdrawn at any time before 
decision or amendment, but not after amendment, un- 
less the House give leave. 

21. The question first moved and seconded shall be 
first put (except as modified by Rule 22); and in all 
cases the sense of the House shall be first taken upon 
the largest number or sum, and the longest time pro- 
posed, in any question. 

'3*-2. When a question is under debate, no motion 
shall be received but to adjourn, to lie on the table, for 
the previous question, to postpone indefinitely, to post- 
pone to a certain day, to continue to next session of 
General Assembly, to commit, or to amend, which -«\ 
era! motions shall have precedence in the order in which 
they Btand arranged. 

And no motion to lie on the table, to postpone indefi- 
nitely, or to commit, having been once decided, shall 
be again allowed at the same sitting, and at the same 
of the bill or subject-matter. 
A motion to adjourn shall always be in order. 
and said motion Bhall be decided without debate, afi 
shall also a motion to lie on the table. 

24. No debate shall be allowed after a question 18 
put and remain- undecided. 

25. The yeas and nays shall be taken on any ques- 
tion, and entered upon the Journal, at the desire of 



254 RULES OF THE HOUSE. 

one-fifth of the members present, at any time before a 
declaration of the vote. 

26. When a question shall have once been decided, 
it shall be in order for any member in the prevailing 
vote to move for a re-consideration thereof, if at the 
time the subject-matter be in possession of the House; 
but no such motion shall be made unless within two 
days of the actual session of the House, after the day 
on which decision was had thereon. 

OF BILLS AND THE CALENDAR. 

27. Every bill or joint resolution shall be introduced 
by motion for leave, or by order of the House, or by 
the report of a committee; and every public bill or joint 
resolution shall receive three several readings in the 
House previously to its being passed into an act, and no 
such bill or joint resolution shall be read twice on the 
same day; every member offering such bill or resolution 
shall indorse thereon its object, and the Speaker may 
not offer any bill or resolution to the House until after 
its first reading, and every bill or resolution may be re- 
ferred on its first reading. 

28. The first reading of a bill or resolution shall be 
for information, and, if opposition be made to it, the 
question shall be, " Shall this bill be rejected?" If no 
opposition be made, or if the question to reject be neg- 
atived, the bill or resolution shall go to its second read- 
ing without a question. 

29. It shall be the duty of the Clerk to keep a calen- 
dar on which he shall enter daily (1) all bills and joint 
resolutions received from the Senate for the action of 
the House, except bills and joint resolutions which have 
not been referred by the House to any committee; and 
(2) all bills and resolutions reported to the House from 
any committee; and these shall be entered on the calen- 
dar in the order in which they are reported; and no 
bill or resolution received from the Senate, or reported 
from a committee, shall be considered and acted upon 



RULES of mi: HOI 235 

until it is reached in it- regular order upon the calen- 
dar. 

Any bill or resolution not considered and acted upon 
id the regular order shall be placed at the foot of the 
calendar, unless the consideration of the same be, by a 
vote of two-thirds of the members present, made t he- 
order of the day for -(.me specified time. 

OF COMMITTEES. 

30. At the opening of each >es>ion a Committee of 
Elections, consisting of three members, shall be appoint- 
ed by the Speaker, to take into consideration all con- 
tested elections of the members of this House, and re- 
port facts, with their opinion thereon. 

31. All committee-, except committees of confer- 
ence, shall be appointed by the Speaker, unless other- 
wise specially directed by the Bouse. 

32. When any member requests a committee of 
<•( inference on different votes of the two Houses of As- 
sembly, a committee, consisting of two member.-, shall 
be appointed on the part of the House: and in such 
Ca8e the committee shall consist only of BUCh members 
8J were in the vote of the House; and if any member be 

nominated on said committee who was not in the vote. 

he -hall notify the Eouse, and be excused. 

33. It shall be the duty of the clerk to keep a record 
of all petitions, resolutions, joint-resolutions, and bills 

for public act-, which may be presented for the consid- 
eration of the House, ami said record shall be SO kept 
a- to show by one and a single reference thereto the 
action of the House on any specific petition, resolution, 

joint resolution, or bill for a public act, up to the time 

of Buch reference. 

Immediately after the appointment of the joint- 
standing committees, a committee of three shall heap* 
pointed to assign seats to the members of the Bouse, 
and it shall be their duty: (1) To u 
cupied by the Chairmen of all joint-Standing commit- 



256 RULES OF THE HOUSE. 

tees, and of all Select Committees of the House. (2) 
To cause lots to be drawn for the assignment of seats 
to the other members of the House. 

OF THE ORDER OF BUSLNESS. 

The order of business shall be as follows, viz. : 

1. Reading and correction of the Journal. 

2. Reception of Petitions. 

3. Reception of Communications from the Gov- 
ernor, and Annual Reports. 

4. Introduction of Resolutions. 

5. Introduction and first reading of Bills. 

6. Reports of Committees. 

7. Reception of business from the Senate. 

8. Business on the Calendar. 

9. Motions, and miscellaneous business. 

MISCELLANEOUS. 

Xo standing rule or order of the House shall be re- 
scinded or changed without one day's notice being given 
of the motion therefor. 

No rule shall be suspended, except by a vote of at 
least two-thirds of the members present. 



THE CAPITOL BUILDING. 



The capitol building located at Hartford, Connecti- 
cut, is a marble structure, that for beauty of design, 
grandeur of style, harmony of proportions, and adapta- 
bility may challenge comparison with any public build- 
ing in the country. Its situation on the west side of 
Bushnell Park, on an eminence overlooking the city, 
and in the midst of beautiful surroundings, is pecu- 
liarly fortunate, not only for the transaction of legisla- 
tive and judicial business, but for a display of the ele- 
gant proportions and the material of the building. 
The style of the structure may be called modern gothic, 
or an adaptation of gothic to civic purposes. The 
building has four fronts nearly corresponding with the 
four cardinal points of the compass. Its extreme length 
is 290 feet, extreme width 190 feet, and its height to the 
top of roof 93, and to top of crowning figure on the 
dome 257 feet. The foundation and cellar walla are of 
brown stone masonry, laid in cement mortar. The 
outer walls are faced with granite up to the plinth. 
The outer upper walls above the granite arc of white 
marble facings, backed with brick-work. Over the 
main entrances the outer walls are supported by pol- 
ished granite columns with capitals of carved marble. 
the columns supporting pointed arches with tympana 
richly ornamented with mouldings and carved crock 
eta. These tympana, representing the upper portions 

of gothic arc lies, are intended to receive historical and 

symbolical carvings, as they may hereafter be ordered. 
One representing the famous Charter Oak tree has a] 
ready been finished, and Ls situated over the door of the 

east entrance. It is very artistic in design, and was 
executed by Leopold Zaleski, of New Haven, Conn. 
17 



258 CAPITOL BUILDING. 

On each of the four fronts of the building are also 
carved corbels projecting from the walls, which sup- 
port columns capped with pedestals for the reception 
of statues, a carved marble canopy over each pedestal 
completing the niche. Of these there are twenty-six 
in all. Two statues have been placed in position on 
the east front. One a statue of Governor Jonathan 
Trumbull, "Brother Jonathan" of revolutionary mem- 
ory, the other Roger Sherman, a Connecticut signer of 
the Declaration of Independence. They are by Ives, 
the well-known sculptor, a native of Connecticut, and 
are cut from fine statuary marble. Between these 
statue niches are medallion stones intended for the re- 
ception of heads and profiles. Two are now finished, 
and occupy a place on the east side of the building. 
The one on the south side of the entrance is a head 
and bust of the late Rev. Horace Bushnell, D.D., 
LL.D., from whom Bushnell Park derives its name, 
the other on the north side, a head and bust of Noah 
Webster, LL.D. Both medallions were modeled by 
Mr. Carl Conrads, a noted Hartford sculptor. 

The dormer windows on the roof, which make so 
marked a feature and so finely relieve the otherwise 
naked slopes, are of marble richly carved. The marble 
used in the building is from quarries in East Canaan, 
Connecticut, and is considered by the supervising archi- 
tect and civil engineer as a strong, reliable building 
stone. The granite is from Westerly, R. I., Cape Ann, 
Mass., Jonesboro, Maine, and Stony Creek, Conn. 

From the foundation to the roof, the piers and the 
tower for the support of the dome are rectangular, be- 
ing corbeled out at the roof to receive the exterior 
tower, which is in cross section a dodecagon, making 
a twelve-sided tower supporting a cone 27 feet high 
from springing-point to apex, which is surmounted by 
a lantern 45 feet high, crowned with a colossal winged 
figure of bronze, 15 feet high, designed by Randolph 
Rogers, and denominated the " Genius of Connecti- 
cut." Around the base of the cone forming the dome 



CAPITOL BUILDING. 259 

arc twelve figures, symbolical or allegorical in charac- 
ter, representing Agriculture, Commerce, Science, Art, 
Force, Law, etc., and are by J. Q. A. Ward, the de- 
signer of the Putnam statue on Bushnell Park. 

THE INTERIOR. 

Inside the building there are two main stairways 
leading from the north and south entrances, but easily 
approachable from those on the east and west. These 
stairways are of marble, with steps and platforms of 
Westerly granite, and ornamented with 46 columns of 
the beautiful Stony Creek Granite. On the north and 
south wall>, which are frescoed, are medallions, four in 
number, containing the coat of arms of Connecticut 
and of the United States, and the figures of Liberty 
and Justice. 

THE SENATE CHAMBER 

is situated on the mezzanine floor, and has a superficial 
area of 50 by 40 feet, with a height from floor to ceil- 
ing of 37 feet. It has three windows on the east front 
of the building admitting direct light, and the central 
panel in the ceiling is also a sky-light. 

There are galleries on the north and south side, which 
will seat about 50 persons each. 

THE REPRESENTATIVES HALL. 

The hall of the representatives has a floor area S4 by 
56 feet and a height of 4 ( .» feet. It is situated on the 
south projection of the building, on the same floor with 
the Senate, and is lighted by windows on the east and 
south, the gallery for spectators being on the north side, 
on which side is the Speaker's desk. 

The length of the representative- hall is from east to 

west, and the floor is a scries of platforms, four feet >i\ 

inches wide, with riser- or steps of .seven inches. On 

the members' desks and seats arc arranged in am- 



260 CAPITOL BUILDING. 

phitheatrical form, with raised aisles, leaving the space 
around the Speaker's desk for center. 

THE GOVERNOR'S ROOMS. 

The Governor's rooms consist of a private office and 
audience room in the southwest corner of the mezzanine 
floor, lighted by windows on the south and west. The 
oak wainscoating and oak mantels in these rooms are 
very substantial and elegant, and the decorations and 
furniture are of the most elaborate character. 

LIEUT. -GOVERNOR'S ROOMS. 

The corner rooms north and south of the Senate 
chamber, at the east end of the building, are for the 
Lieutenant-Governor and Speaker of the House of 
Representatives. They are similar in finish to the 
Governor's rooms. 

THE SECRETARY. 

The northwest corner rooms on the mezzanine floor 
are for the secretary. They are lighted by windows on 
the north and west, and correspond in size to the Gov- 
ernor's rooms. 

STATE DEPARTMENT ROOMS. 

On the ground floor are the rooms of the Comptroller, 
Treasurer, Insurance Commissioner, Adjutant-General, 
and Pay master- General. 

THE SUPREME COURT, STATE LIBRARY, ETC. 

The Supreme Court room is on the second floor in 
the west portion of the building, and is lighted by six 
windows on the west side, arranged in two rows; is 
50x31 feet on the floor, and has a height of 35 feet 
from floor to ceiling. The State Library room is on 
this floor, and has a superficial area of 85x55 feet, with 
a height same as that of the Supreme Court room— 35 



CAPITOL KL'lLDlSo. 261 

feet It is Bituated on the north center, its north win- 
dows overlooking the northern entrance. 

The Railroad and Capitol Commissioners, State 

Boards of Education and Health, also have rooms on 
this tloor. 

THE < 081 OF THE BUILDING. 

The erection of the building commenced in 1872 and 
finished in 1878. The formal transfer by the com- 
moners to the State authorities, took place January 
1,18? 

The following gives the total expense of building 
and grounds: 

Appropriated by the State of Connecticut, $2,000,000 
Appropriated by the City of Hartford (for 

building), . . . . 500,000 

Appropriated by the City of Hartford (for 

the site), . . . . 600,000 



Total S3, 100,000 

STATE CAPITOL COMMIH&ONRR& 

Alfred E. Burr, of Hartford, Pf>*i<i<i,t. 
Jeremiah ELalsey, of Norwich. 
Nathaniel Wheelbk, of Bridgeport 
William P. Trowbridge, of New Haven. 
Franklin Chambeblin, of Hartford. 
Architect, Richard M. Upjohn, of New York. 

'rUi n<h ,,/. William B. Fuanki.in. of Hartford. 
W i i.i i am ('. <ii nmil, of Hartford. 

ustor t JAME8 <- BATTER80N, of Hartford. 



THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY, 

SENATE. 



PRESIDENT. 

Hon. WILLIAM H. BULKELEY, of Hartford. 

president pro tempore. 

Hon. ROBERT COIT, of New London. 

[Senators from Districts having even numbers hold office for 

one year; from Districts having odd numbers for two years, 
from the Wednesday after the first Monday of January, 1882.] 

1st District, John R. Hills, Hartford, r. 

2d " John S. Cheney, Manchester, r. 

3d " Rial Strickland, Enfield, d. 

4th u Andrew S. Upson, Farmington, r. 

5th " James S. Elton, Waterbury, r. 

6th " Edward F. Jones, Branford, r. 

7th " George M. Gunn, Milford, d. 

8th " William J. Mills, New Haven, d. 

9th " Robert Coit, New London, r. 
10th " Charles P. White, North Stonington, r. 
11th " Charles P. Sturtevant, East Lyme, r. 
12th " Oliver Hoyt, Stamford, r. 
13th " Tallmadge Baker, Norwalk, r. 
14th " Morris W. Seymour, Bridgeport, d. 
16th " William N. Northrop, Newtown,^d. 
16th " Henry Hammond, Killingly, r. 
17th " Eugene S. Boss, Windham, r. 
18th " Lorrin A. Cooke, Barkhamsted, r. 
19th " Milo B. Richardson, Salisbury, d. 



OFFICERS, ETC., OF THE SENATE. 263 

20th District, Albert P. Bradstreer, Thomastoo, r. 
21st u Richard P. Spencer, Saybrook, r. 
22d " Joseph W. Alsop, Middletown, d. 
23d " Ralph P. Gilbert, Hebron, r. 
24th " Ebenezer C. Dennis, Stafford, r. 



OFFICERS AND ATTACHES OF THE SENATE. 

CHAPLAINS. 

Rev. A. J. Sage, D.D., Hartford. 
Rev. George L. Thompson, Hart lord. 

CLERK. 

Charles Perrin, Stonington. 

MESSENGERS. 

Chauncey H. Eno, Simsbury. 
L W, Session?, Windham. 

DOORKEEPERS. 

George S. Jeffrey, Meriden. 

George W. Lovejoy, Monroe. 

George A. Thompson, North Stonington. 

REPORTERS. 

John C. Kinney, Hartford Courant. 

William 0. Burr, Hartford Times. 

E. Hart Fenn, Hartford Post. 

Charles D. Page, New Haven Palladium. 

Frank If. Lovejoy, New Haven Courier. 

Amos A. Browning, Norwich Bulletin. 



264 ROLL OF THE HOUSE. 



HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. 



SPEAKER. 
Hon. JOHN M. HALL, r, of Windham. 

Hartford County. 

No. of Seat. 

32— Hartford, George G. Sill, d. 

11— Charles H. Cooley, r. 

87 — Avon, Frederick Ripley, r. 

53 — Berlin, Henry N. Galpin, r. 
188— Bloomfield, Henry D. Barnard, d. 

77 — Bristol, Charles S. Treadway, r. 
139 — Elijah Manross, r. 

46 — Burlington, Charles C. McAleer, d. 
108— Canton, George Mills, 2d, d. 

8 — East Granby, Jefferson R. Holcomb, d. 
163 — East Hartford, Arthur G. Olmsted, r. 
244— Charles W. Roberts, d. 

183 -East Windsor, Orson S. Wood, r. 
180— Charles E. Woodward, d. 

51 — Enfield, Loren H. Pease, r. 

31 — J. Warren Johnson, r. 

79—Farmington, Thomas Cowles, r. 
197 — Lucius C. Humphrey, r. 

145 — Glastonbury, Charles H. Talcott. r. 
120— Aaron VV. Kinne, r. 

175 — Granby, Artemus G. Harger, r. 
171 — George R. Case, r. 

201 — Hartland, Henry J. Gates, r. 

24— George H. Clark, r. 



ROLL OF THE HOUSE. 265 



135 — Manchester, Charles H. Owen, r. 

44— Clinton W. Cowles, d. 

194 — Marlb&rough, John A. Haling, d. 

34 — New Britain, Ambrose Beattv, d. 
100 — James Thomson, d. 

78 — Neicington, David L. Robbins, d. 
Plainville, Edward S. Towne, r. 

42 — Rocky Hill. James H. Warner, d. 

26 — Simsbury, Ebenezer G. Curtis, d. 
•212— Daniel 0. Reed, d. 

lOS—Soulhinyton, J. Frank Pratt, r. 

27 — George F. Smith, r. 

--—South Windsor, John P. Jones, d. 

2b—Suffield, Silas W. Clark, r. 
245 — James Rising, r. 

35— West Hartford, E. Buel Root, r. 
210— Wethersfiehl, Edwin F. Griswold, r. 

95 — Edward D. Robbins, r. 
166— Windsor, Daniel W. Phelps, r. 

181 — Lemuel R. Lord, r. 

96— Windsor Locks, John W. Coogan, d. 

New Haven CoUHTT. 
Vew Haven, A. Heaton Robertson, d. 
176— Timothy J. Fox, d. 

143— Beacon Falls, Andrew W. Culver, r. 

Bethany, Samuel R. Woodward, d. 
114— Branfurd, William A. Wright, d. 
136— Cheshire, Benjamin A. Jarvis, d. 
.♦4— Charles B. Terrell, d. 

47 — Derby, William E. Downes, r. 
49— Charles H. Pine, r. 

24?— East naven, Orlando B. Thompson, d. 

htilford, Elisha C. Bishop, r. 
1 17— Edward Grifwol 



266 ROLL OF THE HOUSE. 

232 — Hamden, Bela A. Mann, d. 
239— Madison, Horace 0. Hill, r. 

21 — Meriden, William W. Lyman, r. 

22— Grove H. Wilson, r. 

105 — Middlebury, George 0. Ellis, r. 

20 — Milford, Charles A. Tomlinson. d. 
146— Thomas VV. Stow, d. 

6i—Naugatuck, Franklin B. Tuttle, d. 

15 — North Branford, William B. Curtis, r. 
205 — North Raven, Andrew F. Austin, r. 
230— Orange, Edward E. Bradley, d. 
217— Oxford, James H. Bartlett , r. 
249 — Prospect, George F. Tyler, r. 
199 — Seymour, John W. Rogers, r. 

39— Southbury, Asahel F. Mitchell, r. 
228— Wallingford, Phineas T. Ives, d. 
128— John W. Blakeslee, d. 

2—Waterbury, Charles W. Gillette, r. 
200— Henry C. Griggs, r. 

207— Wolcott, Samuel M. Bailey, r. 
213— Woodbridge, Charles T. Walker, r. 

New London County. 

72 — New London, Henry B. Downer, d. 

54 — Bryan F. Mahan, d. 

97 — Norwich, George C Ripley, r. 

59— William S. Congdon, r. 

159 — Bozrah, Joshua C. Leffingwell, r. 
214 — Colchester, Uriah W. Carrier, d. 
154 — John English, Jr., d. 

235 — East Lyme, John W. Luce, r. 

43 — Franklin, Oliver L. Johnson, r. 
124 — Griswold, Henry A. Lathrop, r. 
116 — Groton, Parmenas Avery, d. 
117 — Sumner H. Gove. r. 



ROLL OF THE HOUSE. 267 



123— Lebanon, Nathaniel B. Williams, r. 

6— Charles C. Loomis, r. 

129— Ledyard, James A. Billings, r. 
216 — Lisbon, Augustus F. Read, d. 
189 — Lyme, Henry B. L. Reynolds, r. 
198— Benajah P. Bill, d. 

153— MontviUe, Raymond N. Parish, r. 
241 — North Stonington, Orin Chapman, r. 
238 — Charles H. Brown, r. 

70 — Old Lyme, Erastus E. Clark, d. 
182— Preston, Chester W. Barnes, d. 

68— Charles P. Hewitt, d. 

187— Salem, Gurdon F. Allyn, r. 

\2—Sprague, Dennis McCarty, g. 
9^ Stonington, Stiles T. Stanton, r. 
138— Alexander S. Palmer, Jr., d. 

202— Voluntown, Timothy Parker, r. 

10 — Waterford, Nathaniel A. Chapman, d. 

Fairfield County. 
110 — Bridgeport, Augustus H. Abernethy, d. 

18— Peter W. Wren, d. 

141— Bethel, Harry S. Glover, r. 
144 — Brookfield, Samuel Thornhill, d. 
167 — Darien, Charles Brown, r. 

52—Danbury, Howard W. Taylor, d. 
162— Charles J. Deming, d. 

169 — Easton, Stephen D. Wheeler, r. 

30— Fairfield, Henry F. Sherwood, d. 
118— Francis Iff. Pike, d. 

4 — Greenurich, Cornelius Mead, d. • 
226— Charles E. Wilson, d. 

191 — Huntington, Daniel S. Brinsmade, 

69 — Monroe, Andrew B. Curtis, r. 



268 ROLL OF THE HOUSE. 

179 — New Canaan, Selleck Y. St. John, r. 

88 — New Fairfield, Alexander Turner, d. 
130— Newtown, William H. Glover, d. 
211— Edson W. Wilson, r. 

13 — Norwalh, George R. Cowles, r. 
204— Charles W7 Bell, r. 

98 — Redding, Thomas Sanford, d. 
106— Ebenezer F. Foster, d. 

155 — Ridgefield, Edward J. Couch, r. 

81 — Lewis E. Smith, r. 

23 — Sherman, Allan W. Paige, r. 
1 — Stamford, Edwin L. Scofield, r. 

83— William W. Gillespie, r. 

165 — Stratford, Anson H. Blakeman, r. 

66— Trumbull, Elliott P. Nichols, d. 
150 — Weston, Gregory T. Osborne, d. 

90— Westport, John W. Hurlbutt, d. 

186— Wilton, James T. Hubbell, d. 

Windham County. 

33 — Brooklyn, Henry M. Cleveland, r. 

19 — Ashford, Charles L. Dean, r. 
131 — Danforth 0. Lombard, r. 

240 — Canterbury, Marvin H. Sanger, d. 

92 — Francis S. Bennett, d. 

73 — Chaplin, Erastus M. Loomis, r. 
236 — Eastford, Simeon A. Wheaton, d. 
227 — Hampton, Daniel M. Deming-, r. 
Ill— Killingly, Asahel J. Wright, r. 
161 — James N. Tucker, r. 

195 — Plainfield, Henry F. Newton, r. 
173— Havilah M. Prior, r. 

178— Pomfret, Frederick Hyde, d. 
122— Thomas O. Elliott, r. 



ROLL OF THE HOUSE. 269 



61 — Putnam, Lucius H. Fuller, r. 
101 — Thomas J. Thurber, r. 

221— Scotland, M. Luther Barstow, r. 
107— Sterling, Silas A. Waite, r. 
125— Thompson, Edwin T. White, r. 

65— William H. Arnold, r. 

Speaker — Windham, John M. Hall, r. 

48 — Samuel Bingham, r. 

55 — Woodstock, Henry M. Bradford, r. 
185 — Zen as Marcy, r. 

Litchfield County. 
158— Litchfield, Willis J. Beach, d. 
192— Gamer B. Curtiss, d. 

2±%—Barkhamsted, Hubert B. Case, d. 

82— William H. W T ard, r. 

152 — Bethlehem, Xehemiah L. Bloss, d. 
142 — Bridgewater, Peter Wooster, d. 
190— Canaan, Samuel W. Bradley, d. 

36— Colebrook, Andrew J. Terrell, d. 

38 — Solomon Sackett, r. 

40 — Cornwall, Charles H. Harrison, d. 
132— Luman C. Wickwire, d. 

50 — Goshen, Hubert Scovill, r. 

17 — Franklin E. Wadhams, r. 

170 — Harwinton, Chester A. Hayes, r. 
109 — Horace W. Barber, r. 

14— Kent, Charles Lee, d. 
220— Mori-is, W r illiam Griswold, d. 
168— New Hartford, Thaddeus L. Root, r. 
148— Anson J. Allen, d. 

74 — Xtw Milfordf Frederick S. Richmond, d. 
134— Amos H. Bowers, d. 

160— North Canaan, Henrv G. Williams, d. 



270 ROLL OF THE HOUSE. 

215— Norfolk, Plumb Brown, r. 
121— Alva S. Cowles, r. 

57 — Plymouth, Enos Blakeslee, r. 

58—Roxbury, Myron W. Odell, d. 
112— Salisbury, John H. Hurlburt, d. 
222— Lewis P. Ashman, d. 

104— Sharon, Edgar J. Reed, d. 

242— William Dakiu, d. 
113— Thomaston, Joseph K. Judson, r. 

75 — Torrington, Frederick Devoe, r. 

89 — George A. Allen, r. 

67— Warren, Clark S. Swift, r. 
196 — Washington, Erastus J. Hurlbut, r. 

91— Gould C. Whitlesey, r. 

237 — Watertown, Augustus N. Woolson, r. 

84 — Winchester, Joseph H. Norton, r. 
218— John D. Yale, d. 

243— Woodbury, William J. Clark, r. 
137— William Cothren, r. 

Middlesex County. 

60 — Middletown, D. Ward Northrop, d. 

74 — James Lawton, d. 

164 — Haddam, Henry H. Brainerd, r. 
102— Orrin Shailer, d. 

127— Chatham, Delos D. Brown, r. 
149 — Nathaniel C. Johnson, r. 

63— Chester, A. Hamilton Gilbert, r. 
3 — Clinton, George A. Olcott, r. 
119 — Cromwell, Henry W. Stocking, r. 
225— Durham, Talcott P. Strong, r. 
7 — Julius Davis, d. 

29— East Haddam, Richard H. Gladwin, r. 

85 — Joseph W. Hungerford, r. 



ROLL OF THE HOU8JB. 271 



56— Essex, William F. McCrery, d. 

16 — KiUingworth t Augustus W. Stevens, d. 

156 — Sidney T. Davis, d. 
177— Middlefield, Alva B. Coe, r. 

( J9—0ld Saybrook, Ozias H. Kirtland, r. 
224— Portland, John M. Penfield, d. 
19%—Saybrook, John Child, r. 
206— Ezra J. B. Southworth, r. 

37— Westbrook, John A. Post, r. 

Tolland County. 

76— Tolland, Henry E. Steele, d. 
184 — Charles Young, d. 

80 — Andover, Erastus D. Post, r. 
233— i?o&on, Joseph C. Alvord, r. 

71 — Columbia, Samuel B. West, r. 
6— Coventry, William F. Sweet, d. 
140— Edgar Bass, d. 

l'A— Ellington, J. Abbott Thompson, r. 
103— Hebron, Alfred W. Hutchinson, r. 
203— Joel Jones, r. 

231— Mansfield, George W. Merrow, r. 

41— Olon S. Chaftee, r. 

133— Somers, Lorenzo Wood, r. 

Randolph Fuller, r. 

86— Stafford, If. R. Griswold, d. 
115 — William A. King, r. 

172— Union, Hartley Walker, d. 
126 — Thomas J. Youngs, d. 

45 — Vernon, Alvah N. Belding, r. 
209— Louis Phillipp, r. 

157— Willinyton, William D. Irons, r. 
M9— Matthew Burdick, r. 



272 OFFICERS, ETC., OF THE HOUSE. 

POLITICAL RECAPITULATION. 

JANUARY SESSION, 1882. 

SENATE, Rep. Dem. Gr. Ind. 

17 7 

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. 

Gr. Ind. 





COUNTIES. 




Rep. 


Dem. 


Hartford, 


28 


17 


New Haven, 


19 


14 


New London, 


17 


12 


Fairfield, 


15 


17 


Windham, 


20 


4 


Litchfield, 


20 


21 


Middlesex, 


'14 


8 


Tolland, 


15 


7 



165 - 107 1 

Republican majority, 1882 — Senate, 10; House, 48; Joint 
Ballot, 58. 



OFFICERS AND ATTACHES OF THE HOUSE OF 
REPRESENTATIVES. 

CHAPLAINS. 

Rev. A. J. Sage, D.D., Hartford. 
Rev. George L. Thompson, Hartford. 

CLERKS. 

Charles P. Woodbury, Easton. 
Donald G. Perkins, Norwich. 



First Division, Tomlinson, of Milford. 
Second Division, Northrop, of Middletown. 



OFFICERS, ETC., OF THE HOU8E. 273 

Third Division, Stanton, of Stonington. 
Fourth Division, Cooley, of Hartford. 

MESSENGERS. 

John L. Wilson, Suffield. 
Eugene Morehouse, Stratford. 
Thomas J. Peck, Ashford. 
Russell P. Foster, West Cornwall. 

DOORKEEPEK-. 

James E. Smith, North Haven. 
A. E. S. Bush, East Lyme. 
Lloyd A. Wood, Haddam. 
John A. Alvord, Bolton. 
Edwin Killam, Enfield. 

MESSENGER OF COMMITTEE ROOMS. 

Stephen Sage, Winchester. 

ME8SENGER OF COAT ROOMS. 

Nathan H. Newberry, Groton. 
Edwin M. Thorne, Windham. 

REPORTERS. 

George D. Curtis, Hartford Courant. 
E. Tracey Greaves, Hartford Times. 
Ira E. Forbes, Hartford Post. 
Alexander Troup, New Haven Union. 
William Rodman, New Haven Register. 
William F. Graham, Meriden Republican. 

18 



COMMITTEES. 



JOINT STANDING COMMITTEES. 

On the Judiciary. 

Supreme Court Room. 
Senator Bradstreet, r, 20th District. 
Messrs. Johnson of Enfield, v. 

Cothren of Woodbury, r. 

Sill of Hartford, d. 

Ripley of Norwich, r. 

Scofield of Stamford, r. 

Northrop of Middletown, d. 

Robertson of New Haven, d. 

King of Stafford, r. 

On School Fund. 

School Fund Office. 
Senator Strickland, d, 3d District. 
Messrs. Wood of East Windsor, r. 

Jarvis of Cheshire, d. 

Reynolds of Lyme, r. 

Taylor of Danbury, d. 

Loomis of Chaplin, r. 

Reed of Sharon, d. 

Davis of Durham, d, 

Phillip of Vernon, r. 



I I -mmiti BK8. 275 

Room 35, Second Floor. 
Senator Hammond, r, 16th District. 
Messrs. Stanton of Stonington, r. 

Tread way of Bristol, r. 

Bradley of Orange, d. 

St. John of Xew Canaan, r. 

Deniing of Hampton, r. 

Norton of Winchester, r. 

Lawton of Middle town, d. 

Steele of Tolland, d. 

U Primm. 

Room 45, 3d Floor. 
Senator Upson, r, 4th District, 
Ifessrs. Paige of Sherman, r. 

Griswold of Wethersfield, r. 

Bartlett of Oxford, r. 

Mahan of New London, d. 

Elliott of Pomfret, r. 

Hurlbut of Washington, r. 

Penfield of Portland, d. 

Chaffee of Mansfield, r. 

r Towns and Probate Districts. 

Room 55, Third Floor. 
Senator White, r, 10th District. 
M< ssn. Chapman of Waterford, d. 
Harger of Granby, r. 
Tomlinson of Milford, d. 
Poster of Redding, d. 
Newton of PlainhYld, r. 



276 COMMITTEES. 

Messrs. Sackett of Colebrook, r. 

Gladwin of East Haddam, r. 
Fuller of Somers, r. 

On Roads and Bridges. 

Room 48, 3d Floor. 
Senator Mills, d, 8th District. 
Messrs. Post of Andover, v. 
Galpin of Berlin, r. 
Hill of Madison, r. 
Chapman of North Stonington, r. 
Glover of Newtown, 0. 
Wheaton of Eastford, d. 
Williams of North Canaan, d. 
Hungerford of East Haddam, r. 

On Incorpwations. 

Room 14, First Floor. 
Senator Coit, r, 9th District. 
Messrs. Cleveland of Brooklyn, r. 

Cowles of Manchester, d. 

Fox of New Haven, d. 

Lathrop of Griswold, r. 

Gillespie of Stamford, r. 

Yale of Winchester, d. 

Gilbert of Chester, r. 

Belding of Vernon, r. 

On Claims. 

Comptroller's Office, Room*6. 
Senator Dennis, r, 24th District, 
Messrs. Cowles of Norwalk, r. 



COMMITTEES. 277 

Messrs. Clark of Suffiekl, r. 

Austin of North Haven, /■. 
Barnes of Preston, d. 
Hyde of Pomfret, d. 
Allen of Xew Hartford, d. 
Child of Saybrook, r. 
Merrow of Mansfield, ?*. 

On Education. 

Room 42, 3d Floor. 
Senator Cook, r, 18th District. 
Messrs. Robbins of Wethersfield, r. 

Mitchell of Southbury, r. 

Palmer of Stonington, d. 

Couch of Ridgefield, r. 

Wright of Killingly, r. 

Hurlburt of Salisbury, d. 

Stevens of Killingworth, d. 

Jones of Hebron, r. 

G/i £ate of Lands. 

Room 24, 3d Floor. 

Senator Richardson, </, liith District. 
is. Sanford of Redding, d. 
Gates of Hartland, r. 
Ives of YVallingford, d. 
Loomis of Lebanon, r. 
Bar-tow of Scotland, r, 
Hayes of Barwinton, r. 
Johnson of Chatham, r. 
Walker of Union, tf. 



278 COMMITTEES. 

On Finance. 

Treasurer's Office. 
Senator Hoyt,. r, 12th District. 
Messrs. Bingham of Windham, r. 
Pease of Enfield, r. 
Griggs of Waterbury, r. 
Parish of Montville, r. 
Wren of Bridgeport, d. 
Odell of Koxbury, d. 
McCrery of Essex, d. 
Thompson of Ellington, r. 

On Railroads. 

Room 41, 3d Floor. 
Senator Baker, r, 13th District. 
Messrs. Gillette of Waterbury, r. 

Cooley of Hartford, r. 

Williams of Lebanon, r. 

Wilson of Greenwich, d. 

Lombard of Ashf ord, r. 

Richmond of New ^Iilford, d. 

Southworth of Saybrook, r. 

Young of Tolland, d. 

On MilitoA^y Affairs. 

Room 15, 1st Floor. 

Senator Cheney, r, 2d District. 

Messrs. Pine of Derby, r. 

Phelps of Windsor, r. 

Parker of Voluntown, r. 

Deming of Danbury, d. 

Waite of Sterling, r. 



COMMITTED. 279 

\\, asrs, Devoe of Torrington, /'. 
Strong of Durham, r. 
Youngs of Union, d. 

On AgricuUun . 

Room 50, 3d Floor. 
Senator Alsop, d, 22d District. 
Messrs. ( owlcs of Farmington, /'. 

Curtiss of North Branford, r. 

Bill of Lyme, d. 

Nichols of Trumbull, d. 

Bradford of Woodstock, r. 

Bradley of Canaan, <L 

Brainerd of Haddam, /•. 

Wood of SomerSj / . 

On Humane Institute 

Room 37, 3d Floor. 
Senator Sturtevant. /•, 11th District. 
Messrs. Wilson of Mcriden, /•. 

Towne of Plainville. /-. 

Downer of New London, d. 

Atx-rncthy of Bridgeport, d. 

Dean of Ashford, /'. 

Beach of Litchfield, d. 

Coe of Middlefield, /•. 

Weal <»f < lohimbia, r. 

On ditto and Boroughs, 

Room 60, 8d Floor, 
ktor Hills, /•, 1st District. 
Messrs, Condon of Norwich. /•. 
Coogan of Windsor Lock 



280 COMMITTEES. 

Messrs. Tyler of Prospect, r. 
Bell of Norwalk, r. 
Tucker of Killingly, r. 
Bowers of New Milford, d. 
Olcott of Clinton, r. 
Sweet of Coventry, d. 

On Fisheries. 

Room 25, 2d Floor. 
Senator Spencer, r, 21st District. 
Messrs. Fuller of Putnam, r. 

Woodward of East Windsor, d. 

Griswold of Guilford, r. 

Luce of East Lyme, r. 

Mead of Greenwich, d. 

Harrison of Cornwall, d. 

Kirtland of Old Saybrook, r. 

Alvord of Bolton, r. 

On Insurance. 

Room 16, 1st Floor. 
Senator Boss, r, 17th District. 
Messrs. Bishop of Guilford, /•. 
Lord of Windsor, r. 
Johnson of Franklin, r. 
Curtiss of Monroe, r. 
Sanger of Canterbury, d. 
Brown of Norfolk, r. 
Stocking of Cromwell, r. 
Bass of Coventry, d. 



COM MI 1 I I.K>. 281 

On Manufart'i n %. 

Room 76, 4th Floor. 
Senator Jones, /', 6th District, 
Messrs. Lyman of Meriden, >•. 

Smith of Sonthington, r. 

Carrier of Colchester, <l 

Brinsmade of Huntington, r. 

Prier of Plainfield, r. 

Ashman of Salisbury, d. 

Shailer of Haddam, d. 

Merrow of Mansfield, r. 

On Engrossed Bill*. 

Secretary's Office, Room 40. 
Senator Seymour, d, 14th district. 
Messrs. Northrop of Middletown, d. 
Downes of Derby, r. 
Congdon of Norwich, r. 

JOINT BEIiBCT I ommitti 

mperanee. 

Room 46, 3d Floor. 
Senator Hammond. /•, 16th District. 
M 38T8. Downea of Derby, r. 

Roberts of Ka>t Hartford, d. 

Allyn of Salem. /\ 

Sanford of Redding, d. 

Thurber of Putnam, /'. 

Wadhain- <>t* QqshQQ, r. 

Post of Westbrook, /•. 

Oriswold of StatTord. d. 



282 COMMITTEES. 

On Federal Relations. 

Room 14, 1st Floor. 
Senator Elton, r, 5th District. 
Messrs. Kirtland of Old Saybrook, r. 

Talcott of Glastonbury, r. 

Stow of Milford, d. 

Read of Lisbon, d. 

Pike of Fairfield, d. 

Marcy of Woodstock, r. 

Wickwire of Cornwall, d. 

King of Stafford, r. 

On Forfeited Rights. 

Room 75, 4th Floor. 
Senator Gilbert, r, 23d District. 
Messrs. Owen of Manchester, r. 
Wright of Branford, d. 
Leffingwell of Bozrah, r. 
Wheeler of Easton, r. 
White of Thompson, r. 
Bloss of Bethlehem, d. 
Lawton of Middletown, d. 
Jones of Hebron,?*. 

On Capitol Furniture and Grounds. 

Comptroller's Office. 
Senator Northrop, d, 15th District. 
Messrs. Arnold of Thompson, r. 
Manross of Bristol, r. 
Walker of Woodbridge, r. 
Avery of Groton, d. 
Sherwood of Fairfield, d. 



COMMITTEES. 283 

lf< sere. Judsou of Thoma>ton, r. 
of Gran by, r. 
Hutchinson of Hebron, /'. 

On Revision of Joint Bute*. 

Room 25, 2d Floor. 
Senator Gunn, d, 7th District. 
Messrs. Beatty of Xew Britain, d. 

Thompson of East Haven, d. 

Gove of Groton, /•. 

Thornhill of Brookfield, d. 

Newton of Plainfield, /•. 

Swift of Warren, r. 

McCrery of Essex, d. 

Belding of Vernon, r. 

On New Counties and County Seats, 

Room 72, 4th Floor. 
Senator Cheney, r, 3d District. 
Messrs, Scofleld of Stamford, r. 

Olmsted of East Hartford, r. 

Fox of Xew Haven, d. 

Bishop of Guilford, r. 

Billings of Ledyard, /'. 

Wilson of Greenwich, d. 

Brown of Chatham, r. 
Bet of Coventry. </. 

On Canvass of \' 

Senator 

Messrs. Barber of Harwinton, r. 
Kinne of Glastonbury, r. 
Culver of Beacon Falls, r. 



284 COMMITTEES. 

Messrs. Hurlbutt of Westport, d. 
Allen of Torrington, r. 
Pratt of Southington, r. 
McCarty of Sprague, gr. 
English of Colchester, d. 

Unfinished Business. 

Senator Seymour, d, 14th District. 
Messrs. Brown of Darien, r. 

Curtiss of Litchfield, d. 

On Manual and Roll. 

Secretary's Office, Room 36. 
Senator Mills, d, 8th District. 
Messrs. Brown of Chatham, r, 
Rogers of Seymour, r. 
Reed of Simsbury, d. 

On State Library. 

Senator Coit, r, 9th District. 
Messrs. Cothren of Woodbury, >\ 
Gillette of Waterbury, r. 
Sill of Hartford, d. 
Bingham of Windham, r. 

House Committee on Constitutional Amendments. 

Room 27, 2d Floor. 
Messrs. Ripley of Norwich, r. 
Clark of Hartland, r. 
Bailey of Wolcott, r. 
Wilson of Newtown, r. 
Bennett of Canterbury, d. 



COMMITTEES. 285 

Messrs. Blakeslee of Plymouth, /•. 
Davis of Killingworth, (/. 
Burdick of Willington, r. 

( bmmittee on Contingent Expenses. 
Messrs. Root of West Hartford, r. 
Mead of Greenwich, d. 
Wright of Killingly, r. 

( imittee on Contingent Expenses. 

Secretary's Office. 
Senators Boss, r, 17th District. 
Gunn, d, 7th District. 

House Committee on Assignment of Seats. 
Messrs. Stanton of Stonington, r. 

Robertson of New Haven, d. 
Fuller of Putnam, r. 

n mittee on ( bn U stt d Elections. 
B< nators Bradstreet, r, 20th District. 
Seymour, d, 14th District 
Hoyt, r, 12th District. 

House Committee on Contested Elections. 

Room 33, 2d Floor. 
Messrs. Owen of Manchester, r. 
Dean of Ashford. /•. 
Wright of Branford, d. 



286 EXECUTIVE. 



THE EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. 



EXECUTIVE OFFICE. 

Governor.— HOBART B. BIGELOW, New Haven. 
Executive Secretary. — Morris F. Tyler, New Haven. 
Executive Clerk. — Frank D. Rood, Hartford. 

GOVERNORS STAFF. 

Adjutant- General — Brigadier-General George M. Har- 
mon, New Haven. 

Quartermaster-General — Brigadier-General Alexander 
Harbison, Hartford. 

Surgeon- General — Brigadier- General James G. Greg- 
ory, Norwalk. 

Commissary -General — Brigadier-General George H. 
Ford, New Haven. 

Paymaster-General — Brigadier-General Frederick E. 
Camp, Middletown. 

Aidsde-Camp— William E. Barrows, Hartford; Wil- 
liam B. Rudd, Salisbury; Charles A. Russell, Killingly; 
Frank L. Bigelow, New Haven. 

THE TREASURY. 

Treasurer — * James D. Smith, Stamford. 
Chief Clerk — George Williams, Hartford. 
Assistant Clerk — E. B. L. Carter. 

* Appointed by the Governor, January 1882, to fill vacancy, vice 
David P. Nichols, deceased. 



EXECUTIVE. 

SECRETARY'S OFFICE 
etary — Charles E. Bbarl8, Thorn] 

Chief Ch rk—\\. S. Hinman, Oxford. 
Assistant Clerk — Horace Heath,. Hartford. 

COMPTROLLER OF PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 
Comptrollt r — Wiieelock T. Batciieller, Winch'ter. 
Chief Clerk — Emerson W. Moore, Talcottville. 
Assistant Clerk — Louis B. Hubbard, Hartford. 
State House Supt. — William Dibble, Hartford. 
Asst. Sujtt. — Henry A. Cooley, Hartford. 

STATE LIBRARY. 
Committee— The Governor, the Secretary, and Hon. 
Dwight \V. Pardee, Hartford. 
Libi'(iriau—Cn\\u.\:> J. Hoadlv. 

SCHOOL FUND OFFICE. 

School Fund ( r — Jekeme\hOlney, Thomp- 

son. 

Chief Clerfo—CsLTnot O. Spencer, Hartford. 
Assistant— VttYuun H. Pond, Hartford. 

AUDITORS of PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 
R. W. Farmer, Hartford. 
Thomas [. Raymond, Norwalk. 



288 



GOVERNORS OF CONNECTICUT. 



GOVERNORS OF CONNECTICUT. 







Length of term 






of office. 


John Haynes, 


1639-1640 


1 year. 


Edward Hopkins, 


1640-1641 


1 " 


John Haynes, 


1641-1642 


1 ( e 


George Wyllys, 


1642-1643 


i (i 


John Haynes, 


1643 1644 


1 " 


Edward Hopkins, 


1644-1645 


1 " 


John Haynes, 


1645-1646 


i ' ' 


Edward Hopkins, 


1646-1647 


1 " 


John Haynes, 


1847-1648 


1 * ' 


Edward Hopkins. 


1648-1649 


1 " 


John Haynes, 


1649-1650 


1 ' ' 


Edward Hopkins, 


1650-1651 


1 " 


John Haynes, 


1651-1652 


1 " 


Edward Hopkins, 


1652-1653 


1 " 


John Haynes, 


1653-1654 


1 " 


Edward Hopkins. 


1654-1655 


1 " 


Thomas Wells, 


1655-1656 


1 " 


John Webster, 


1656-1657 


1 " 


John Winthrop, 


1657-1658 


1 " 


Thomas Wells, 


1658-1659 


1 " 


John Winthrop, 


1659-1665 


6 years. 


John Winthrop, 


1665-1676 


11 ~ " 


William Leet, 


1676-1680 


4 M 


Robert Treat, 


1680-1687 


; " 


Sir Edmund Andross,* 


1687-1689 


2 << 


Robert Treat, 


1689-1696 


7 " 


Fitz-John Winthrop, 


1696-1707 


11 " 


Gurdon Saltonstall, 


1707-1724 


17 M 


Joseph Talcott, 


1724-1741 


17 " 


Jonathan Law. 


1741-1751 


10 " 


Roarer Wolcott, 


1751-1754 


3 " 


Thomas Fitch, 


1754-1766 


12 " 



* Sir Edmund Andross was appointed by James II, Governor of 
New England. It was to him that the Charter was to be surren- 
dered. All other Governors were elected. 



<,«i\ BRNORfl 


1 « iiN.M.i Tier | . 


Length <>!' term 
uf office. 


William Pitkin. 




ars. 


Jonathan Trumbull, 


1769 1784 


15 '• 


Matthew Griswold, 


L785 


l year. 


Samuel Huntington. 


L796 


1 1 \> 


Oliver Wo! 


1706-1798 


. > * 


Jonathan Trumbull, 




11 


John Treadwell, 


L811 


2 


Grriswold, 


1811-1813 


n 


John Cotton Smith, 


L817 


4 


Oliver Wol< 


1817 


10 


d Tomlins 


1831 


4 


John S. 1 } 


183M833 


o 


Henry W. Edwards, 


1833-1834 


1 year. 


Samuel - 


1835 


1 ' 


Henry W. Edwards, 




3 ye 


William W. Ellsworth, 




4* ' 


Chauncey F. Cleaveland 


. L842 1844 


2 " 


r s. Baldwin, 


L846 


2 


Isaac Toucey, 


1846-1847 


1 year. 


Clark Bissell, 


L849 




;'h Trumbull, 


L849-1850 


1 year. 


Thomas II. Seymour, 




3. 1 m. 


Charles II. Pond,* June 


. 1853 


1 1 mos. 


Henry Dutton, 


1854 1855 


1 year. 


William T. Minor, 


1855 1857 


"- > ' 


Alexander II. Holley, 




l year. 


William A. Buckingham, 1858 U 




Joseph R. Hawley, 


1866 1867 


1 year. 


James E. English, 


1867 1869 




Marshall Jewell. 




1 year. 


James E. English, 


1870 1871 


1 ' •• 


Marshall Jewell. 


i-Ti : 


2 yi 


Charles R 1 s rsoll, 


Jan., l-;; 


!♦ in 


Richard I) Hubbard, 


1879 


2 y< 


Charles B. A.ndi 




2 


Hobarl B. Bigel 







■ 
and h mour 

in J mi". 1858, when he « 

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