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HARVARD COLLEGE 
LIBRARY 



THE BEQUEST OF 
EVERT JANSEN WENDELL 

OF NEW YORK 
1918 



THE 

CONNECTICUT REaiSTER: 

BEING AN 

©ffirial 0tab CalenMr 

PUBLIC OFFICERS AffD IHSTITUTIOHS 
IN CONNECTICUT, 

FOR 



1848. 



ASTSONOMlCAXt GALCUl^TIOMS JCAD|B FO» TBI LATITUDB AND 
LOMOITVDS or HAKTVOHD. 



'* Vioeftm— tnuittolwtt, ejeciati gentM et plaoUtti earn. Dux itfaieri* fniiti in 
ooaspecta ejus ; plaatuti ndiees ejus, et implevit terrain. Operuit montes i 
ajnd>n e}us, et axbueta ef ua cedroe Dei. £x(eiidit palmitm sotu aeqae ad marc ot j 
tuque ad flumen propajfoes ejus. " Pa . LXXIX. 



HARTFORD : 

PUBLISHED BY BROWN AND PARSONS. 

Corner of Ifulii and Aqrluin Streets. 

PreiJ of Ca»e7'i'iff«ny~* "<5>r," Wu^d. 



11 > 



R^o, 1? 



rJUHHIMLmiUtHt LIBMin 
TNI BEQUBtl OP 



Vote on the proposed amendment to stnEe out 
flrom the Constitation. 



the wonl "white" 



Tee. 
388 

SI 

131 

39 



Hartford, 

Avon, 

Berlin, 

Bloomneld, 

Bristol, 83 

Burlington, 95 

Canton, 69 

East Haitfbrd, 33 

East Windsor, 18 

Enfield, 89 

Farmington, 99 

Olastenbuxy, 3S 

Granby, 19 

Hartland, li 

Manchester, so 

Marlborough, 72 

Rocky Hiir, 13 

Slmsbu^i S8 

Southington, 62 

S. Windsor, 20 

Suffield, 58 

, Wethersfield, 83 

, Windsor, 10 

Neio Haven, 462 

Bethany, 3 

Branford, 

Cheshire, S6 

Derby, 48 

East Haven, 18 

Guilford, 84 

Hamden, 6 

Madison, 38 

; Merlden, 145 

Mlddlebury, 7 

Milford, 42 

Naugatuck, 97 

N. Branford, 4 

North Haven, 10 

Orange, 8 

Oxford, 1 

' Prospect, 82 

Bouthbury 13 

Walllngford, 17 

, Waterbury, 67 

, Wrtcott, 10 

Woodbridge, 3 

' New Londoih 82 

I Norwich, 101 

Bosrah, si 



No. Yes. 

732 Colchester, 15 

79 Ea8tL:fme, 8 

205 Franklin, 16 

1S7 Grlswold, 13 

169 Groton, 6 

130 Lebanon, 44 

120 Ledyard, 
118 Lisbon, 92 
no Lyme, 81 
112 Montville, 22 

96 N. Stonington, 3 

145 Preston, 2 

216 Salem, 10 

99 Stonington, 33 

199 Waterfbrd, 6 

15 FairfiOdt l 

68 Danbury, 45 

106 Bridgeport, 91 

199 Brookfield, 12 

133 Darien, so 

195 Easton, 4 

118 Greenwich, ss 

171 Huntington, 8 
642 Monroe, 10 

75 New Canaan, 17 
109 New Fairfield, 1 

121 Newtown, 96 

172 Norwalk, 28 
49 Redding, 1 

160 Ridgefield, 2 

96 Sherman, 28 

84 Stamford, 16 
148 Stratford, 32 

82 Trumbull, 4 
94 Weston, 

148 Westport', 3 

68 Wilton, 1 

71 Brooklyn^ 45 

Ul Ashford, 38 

158 Canterbury, 92 
59 Chaplin, 49 

.175 Eastford, 53 

159 Hampton, 58 
171 Klllingly, 88 

74 Plainfield, 94 

85 Pomftet, 70 
859 Sterling, 2 
211 Thompson, I2l 
lis Voluntown, 16 



No. 

180 Windham. 

87 Woodstock, 

127 LitcMeld, 

100 Barkriamsted, 

128 Bethlem, 
139 Canaam, 
132 Colebrook, 

71 Cornwall, 
142 Goshen, 

85 Harwinton, 
151 Kent, 
193 New Hartford, 

77 New Milfbrd, 
260 Norfolk, 
108 Plymouth, 

74 Roxbury, 
981 Salisbury, 
117 Sharon, 

110 Torrington, 
69 Washingtont 
85 Winchester, 

249 Watertown, 
159 Woodbury, 
89 Warren, 
156 Middletoum, 

93 Haddam, 
230 Chatham, 
193 Chester, 
116 Clinton, 

94 Durham, 

79 East Haddam, 
161 Klllingworth, 

88 Portland, 
119 Saybrook, 

54 Westbrook, 
99 ToOandf 
121 Boiton, 
57 Columbia, 
83 Coventry, 

101 Ellington. 
49 Hebron, 
60 Mansfield, 

80 Somers, 
148 StaflS>rd, 
177 Union, 

36 Vernon, 

111 Willington, 

91 

77 



Tee. No. 
74 138 
134 164 
82 488 
31 135 
6 85 
S5 168 
88 93 
80 105 

6 138 
48 107 

4 101 
44 84 
66 837 
68 48 
95 169 
18 106 

6 156 

6 180 
58 140 
66 196 
80 167 
60 96 

7325 

84 60 

118 511 

134 15 



85 
46 
18 

17 



67 
61 
72 
96 



30 184 
9 78 

18 137 

65 176 
47 65 
46 70 

8 68 
10 89 
43 169 
27 86 

31 204 

66 116 
99 90 
66 148 
SI 88 
82 66 
86 99 



For the amendment, 6,616, against it I9,4l6ic85,iu. 
At the election April, 1847, about 60,ooo. 



nmsx. 



m( 



INDEX. 



Almanac, ... 
Assistants ftom l«a» to 1819, 
Attorneys at Law, incladfid 

with Justices oC Peace. 

See Counties. 
Auditors, 

Banks, . . . . 
Bank Cemmissloners, 
Baptist See Clergy. 
Boroughs. See Towns in 
which they are included. 
Botanic Medical Society, 
Bridges, 

Calendar, 

Canal, ... 

Chronological Cycles, 
Cities. See Towns in which 

they are Inclhded. 
Clergy and Ecclesiastical 
Statistics, • 
Afilcan, 

Associate Beformed, 
Baptist, 

Gen. Convention, • 
Education Society, 
BsMPtist Fieewlli, 
Baptist Ttfa Day, • 
Bible Society, Conn. • 
Christlao, • 
Connegatlonal, 
Gen. Association, 
Home Miss. SocieQr, 
Everest Fund 



< Constitution of i«3S» • 8 

86 Counties, 

nUrfleld, - - - IT 

Hartford, • • n 

Litchfield, • - • TB 

88 Middlesex, > • 9ff 

New HaTen* - • M 

New London, • • <8 

Tolland, • - '78 

' Wiodhaai • • 78 
Courts, 

County. See Counties, • 60 

ProtMte, - • - 60 

Superior, • • '40 
Court of Errors • 48 

United States, • - 48 



MO 

MO 



148 
178 



8 
108 



ISO 



Ecclesiastloal. See Glexgy. 
Eclipses, • 8, 8, 18, 14. 

Episcop.tl. See Clergy. 
Executive officers, • 



188, 187 Ferries, - • . . 
180 Fodder for cattle. Cluantity 
188 of nourishment of dtllisr* 
188 ent articles, compared 
188 with hay, 
138 Food for man. Quantity of 
ISO noorishment of different 
180 arUcles, 
180 

180 General Assembly, 
- 190 Senate and Districts, 
480 House ot Representatives 
180 Committees, 



Disciples of Christ, • 188 Governor. See Executive 
Episcopal, - • > 186 and Votes. 

Church Schol. Soc.,* 186 Grand Jurors. See Towns. 

Sec. From. Chris. Kno., 186 Grand List. See Towns. 



88 

178 



U 



• 10 



88 

41 
47 



Methodist, 
Ctmfeiences, 
Presiding Elders, 
Methodtst Protestant, 
Presbyterian, 
Roman Catholic, 
Shakers, . . . 
Tract Soc. Conn. Br., • 
Unitarians, . . . 

Collectors. See Towns. 

Colleges, ... 

Commissioners. See Coun- 
ties and Roads, Bridges, 
&c. 

Comptroller, • 

Congregational. See Clergy. 

Constables. See Towns. 



Recapitulation, 



183 



137 

188 

137 Insurance Companies, • 188 
ISO Interest, Rates of • -7 

ISO 

180 Jailers. See Counties. 
130 Judges, 

180 County Court. See Coun- 
188 ties. 

Supreme Court, 40 

186 Justices of the Peace. See 

Counties. 

Legislature. See General 
» Assembly. 

Masonic, - • ' ^ 



Medical Society, 
Mercuzv, Transit of 
Methodist. See Cleigy. 
Mileage. See Towns. 
Militia, - 

Nonnal Schools, • 
liotaries Publie, 

Odd Fellows,' • 



Phi Beta Ksqppa 
Physicians, 

Conn. Med. Soeto^, • 140 
Physidans connected 140 
" not connected, 145 
Botanic Medical Socie^, liS 
Physicians connected, I4t 
Planets, veatis and Mereuiy, e 
Postaf e, Rates of, - • 174 
Post Mastets, • -174 

Probate. See Courts. 



Rail Roads, • • • 167 

Rechabites, • • -180 

River Companies, • • M8 
Roads. See Tomplkes. 

Savings Banks, • • 165 

School Fund Commissioner, 33 
School Socte^ CJiBKlui and 
Treasurers. See Towns. 
School Visitors. See Towns. 
Secretary of State, - - 83 
Selectmen. See Towns. 
Sheriff)}. See CoonUesand 

Votes. 
Sons of TemperancOi • 188 

State Printer. • • • as 
State Prison, • • 147 



• 140 Statutes, Committee on • 48 

16 Surveyors, Deputy. See 
Counties. 
Surveyor General, • • 61 

• 149 Temperance Societies, - 186 
Towns, Cities and Boroughs, 80 

Supplement, 188 

Embracing Mileage from 
Hartford and New 
Haven. 
Times of Annua) Meeting. 
Clerks. 
Treasurers. 
Selectmen. 
Grand Jurors. 
Constables and Collectors. 
School Society Clerks. 

•* " Treasuien. 

School Visitors. 

Democratic powers of - 30 

Recapitulation, - lot 

Treasurer. See Counties, 83 

Turnpike Roads, • - 168 



5 
54 

186 

185 



United States. 

Executive- Officers, 178 

Judges, - - •170 
Foreign Ministers, • 170 
Senate . • • 179 
House of Representatives, 180 

UnJversalists. See Clergy. 

Votes for 

Ck)vemor, 1846 and 1847, • 94 
Senators, " ** 40 

Sherlir, 1846, - 63 

Members of Congress, - 184 
On free suffrage, • S 



^■^^^^%^«^«^ 



PREFACE. 

It has been the ol^eet of the compUer to embrace the greatest < 
amount of matter relatiqg to this State, in the smallest space. 
The type though small, is distinct and beautiful ; and the arrange- 
ment such that particular names and sul^ects may easily be found. 

The following are some peculiarities of the Register for 1848. 
The calendar pages are filled with notices of the times of holding 
the Courts ; Annual Meetings of Banks, Insurance Companies, ' 
Ecclesiastical bodies, &e.; Commencements of Colleges ; Annual ^ 
Elections, and times of the meetings of the Legislatures of the 
States ; Days observed by the Episcopal church ; Time of the 
Sun's southing, &;c. 

The historical department embraces the original Constitution of < 
Connecticut, of 1^39 ; a complete list of Assistants, or members 



■■ 



PRBTAOC. 



»of th« Upper House, from 1639 to 1819, with tfteir places of re»- 

> idenee ; and the ofiginal Deeiocfatic Powm of Towns. 
Tbe polities, ages and ocenpations of tbe Executive Officen 

> and Members of the Legisbiture are given. 
The Attorneys at Law are included under the several counties, 

' and placed first on the lists of Justices of the Peace in the eevend 
' Towns. 

Tbe Towns of the State iire aU arranged alphabetically; and 
, the Cities and Boroughs immediately follow the respective towns 
in which they are included. Besides more complete lists of town, 
ci^ and borough officers, we have inserted the School Society 
Cterks and.Treosurers^ and acting School VisiMrs» which wiH be 
more complete another year. 

The Militia returns are as eonqdete as it ispraettcabto to BMUte 
them. 

The date of the entrance of each Member of Congreas into 
the House is specified. 

It is the intention of the publishers to continue the Regist^; 
] vod from year to yeftr, insert matter of permanent value ; which 
wai make it desiraUe for purchasers to have a complete file. Tbe 
publishers can still supp^ the Register of 1847. 

The Register ibr 1847 contained, — Annals of Oonnecticut from 
1620 to 1821: The Patent of 1631: and the Charter of 1662 : 
tists of Governocs, Deputy or Lieutenant Govemois, SMretari^s 
of State, Treasurers, and Comptrollers from 1639 to 1846 : A 
complete history of the otgaoizatjon of Probate Courts : iwd Hi»- 
torica] sketclies of towns ; the original Indian names^ times of set- 
tlement and incorporation, Ate. 

AU officers, institutions, &c., which change firom year to year, 
win be annually inserted : others of a more permanent form wiH 
be occasionally given. For this reason, officers of some of the 
hteraiy and benevolent institutions, Ace., given in the Register of] 
1847, are not repeated in this. 

Our thanks are due to Town Clerks and oUksn, who have ftur- 
nished materials to perfect the Register. Some of the returns are 
so illegible, that it is impossible to avoid some errors in Proper 
names. We tuaal request portieuhur atteati(» to tliis subject in 
future. 



COMMTITEE ON NORMAL SCHOOLS. 

TO REPORT TO TBBRBXT L B 91 S L4.T U R K . 

Messra John T. Norton, Farmington ; WilUvii H, Russell, New 
Haven ; Charles W. Rockwell, Norwich ; Rev. B. HaU. Norwalk ; 
Thomas Backus, KilUngljr ; Albert N. Baldwin, Litchfield Co. ; Pr. 
Charles Woodward, Middletowa; Loren P. Wajklo, ToUand. 



New ID 6th, 7h. 16m. M. l Full ® 20ih, 7h. 14m. NL 
First f) 13th, 6h. 55ro. M. | Laat ^ 28th. 7h. 8m. M. 



WW 



©R. ©S. R.I1DS. 



Sa 



CALENDAR, <&C. 



Circumcision. Sun so. 12h. 4m. 
3d S. after Christmas. 
Leg. Miss, and Mich. [Bank. 
Leg. N. Y., Pa. &Del. Con. R. 
Leg. Mass. Conn. Mat. Ins. 



Th Jewett City, & Mid'n Banka. 7 30 4 
Sun BO. lOh. 7m. [Epiphany 7 3o|4 

Ist Sunday after Epiphany. 
Norwich Insurance Co. 
Superior Court, Hartford. 
Sun sotith Oh. 9m. 



l&Sa 
16 B 



90Th 



M 



Sun south lOh. 10m. 
2d S. after Epiphany. 
Leg. Louisiana. 
Sun south I2h. 11m. 

Am. Col. Soc. Washington. 
Sun south 12h. 12m. 

3d S. after Epiphany. 

Sup. Court N. Haven & Brook- 
[lyn. Leff. N. J. Conver 
[sion St. Paul. 



4th S. after Epiphany. 
iSun south 12h. 14m. 



i 304 
304 
304 
304 
304 



284 



264 
254 
24 
245 



Sets. 

6 23 

7 29 

8 37' 

9 45i 
10 54 
Morn. 

2 



Rises. 
6 39 



10 33 

11 29 
Morn. 

26 

1 22 

2 18 

3 14 



Chronolooical Cycles. — Dominical Letters, B and A ; 
^Gk)Iden Number, or Lunar Cycle, 6 ; Epact, 25 ; Solar 
I Cycle, 9 ; Roman Indiction, 6 ; Julian Period, 6,561. 

PHENOMENA OP THE PLANETS. 
Moaimto and Evbnino STARS.-~-yeiiU8 win be Morning Star un- 
I ta July 23, then Evening Star until May 13, 1849. Jupiter will be 
) McMming Star until January 6, then Evening Star until July 24, Uien 
I Morning Star until February 6, 1849. 



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IdMoBtli. 



IMS. 



New A 4th, 8h. 51m. A. i Fall ® 18th, llh. 6in. M. 
First (^ 11th, 3h. 5m. A. | Last f) 37th, 3h. 33m. A. 



1 
3 
3 

4 
5 



Tu 
W 

Th 
Fr 

Sa 

6|B 

TlM 

Tu 

W 

Th 



8 
9 
10 
11 
19 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
>20 

1 22 

23 
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>25 

26 

1 27 
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CALENDAR, &C. 



Fr 

Sa 

B 

M 

Tu 

W 

Th 

Fr 

Sa 

B 

M 

Tu 

W 

Th 

Fr 

Sa 

B 

M 

Tu 



5th S. afi«r Epiphany. 

Sup, Ct. PairUd. Co. Ct., New 
[Lofid. Hope Mut. Ins., 
Sim south 12h. 15m. 



6th S. afler Epiphany. 
Superior Court, Litchfield. 



Septuagesima. 
Sun south 12h. 14m. 
Sup. Court, Middletown. U S. 
[Dist. Court, New Haren. 
St. Matthias. 



Sexagesima. San so. 12h. 13m. 



(§)R. (S>S. R.^. 



135 

1215 
11 

10(5 
95 



505 



6 

6 
6 
6 
6 



05 



Mom. 
10 



36 Rises. 

37 7 25 

38 8 22 
40 9 18 
4110 15 
4211 11 



43 
45 
5 46 
405 47 
385 48 



Mom. 



LEGAL RATES OF INTEREST. 

The legal rate is 8 per cent, in Georgia^ Alabama, 
Mississippi, Louisiana, and Florida. It is 7 per cent, in 
I New York, New Jersey, South Carolina, Michigan, Wis- 
' coDsin, and Iowa. In all the other States it is 6 per cent. 



3dtM»litji. 

1) 5th, 8h. 36m. M. | Full ® 19th 4h. 19m. A. 
11th, llh.SOm. A. | Last® 27th, 8h. 28m. A. 



CALENDAR, &C. 



San south 13h. 12m. 
duiriquagesim a . 
N. Lond. Co. Mut. Ins. 
County Court, Brooklyn. 
Ash Wednes'y. Sun so. Oh. 11. 



Ist S. in Lent. Sun so. 12h. 

[10m. 
Election New Hampshire. 
Sun south 12h. 9m. 



2d S. in Lent Sun so. 12h. 8m. 
Vernal Bquinox. 
Sup. Ct., Norwich. County Ct., 
Sun so. iSh. 7m. [N. Haven. 



Sun so. I2h. 6m. 
3d S. in Lent. 

County Court, Hartfofd dtTol* 
[land. Sun south 12h. 5m 



QR. 



355 



36 

35 

33 

325 

305 

29 

275 



25 
24 
22 



206 
196 



17 
15 
13 



6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 46 



126 

106 
86 
76 
56 



06 
586 
566 
546 



53 
51 
49 



476 



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50 

51 

53 

54 

55 

56 

57 

58 

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2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

16 

17 

lb 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 



H.®S. 



3 37 

4 22 

5 6 
5 46 

Sets. 

7 33 

8 45 

9 57 
11 6 
Morn. 

12 



1 
2 
2 
3 

4 
4 
5 



14 
06 
57 
39 
18 
52 
23 



Rises. 

7 10 

8 7 

9 3 
9 58 

10 53 

11 47 
Mom 

39 

1 28 

2 14 

2 57 

3 38 



JPSES.r-4. Sub eclipsed on the ooitlienD limb March 5, at 
le ot New Moon in tiie moning, vinble only in the north- 
I parts of North America, inchiding Greeidaiid and Iceland, 
ignitude of this eclipse will at no point exceed 3J}S digiti. 
be Tisible about 8 o'clock, a few minutes, in the northern 
the state. 

tfoon eclipsed Sunday, March 19, at the time of Full Moon 
evening, ending before rising at N. York ; visible about four 
B lit Hartford, and eleven at Boston. 



mm^mm 



4ttiiii«lh. 



1M8. 



New m dd, 6h. lOm. A. I PuU ® 18th, 9b. 40m. M. 
{ First ^ 10th, Oh. 58m. M. | Last (^ 26th, Oh. 20m. M. 

w: 



M 

1 

3 



Sa 



31M 

Th 
5'W 



ThI 
Pr 

8iSa 



#1 
7 



9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
16 
19 



21 

22 



▲ 
M 
Tu 
W 

Th 
Pr 

Sa 

A 

M 

Tu 

W 



90 Th 



Pr 

Sa 



CALBNDAE, &e. 



Syn south 12h. 4m4 
4th S. in Lent. 
Election CoNNBcncirr. 
County Ool1r^, Haddam. 
Prorkianee Meth. ConC at New 

[London. 
Sun south 12h. 2m. 

5tb S. in Lent. 

County Court, Litchfield. 



Sun and elock together. 
6th S. in Lent. 

Superior Court, ToHand. 
Sun south llh. 50n). 



Good Friday. 

231 A Easter Sunday. 

24 M Sun south llh. 58ni. 

26 Tu U. S. Circ. Ct. N. Haven. St. 

26 W [Mark. 

\ 27 Th Blection, Virginia. 

28 Fr 

20 Sa Sun south llh. 57m. 

30 A Ist S. after Easter. 



®R. 



5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
6 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
6 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
4 



446 24 

426 25 

416 27 

39628 

376 29 

366 30 

356 31 

336 32iMom. 

316 

296 



286 

26 

256 

23 

21 

206 

186 

176 

15 

146 

126 

11 

9 

8 

66 



5 
3 
2 
1 
59 



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33 
34 
35 

36 

37 

6 38 

6 39 

40 

41 

42{ 

6 44 

45 

46 

6 47 

6 48 

6 49 

50 

51 

521 

53 

54 

551 



6 
6 
6 
6 



R.^||)S. 



4 16 

4 54 

Sets. 

7 33 

8 47| 

9 57 
11 3 





1 
2 



3 
3 
4 
4 



2; 
54 

39 
19 
55 
26 
56 
26 
55 



Rises. 



7 

8 

9 

10 

U 



53 
48 
42 
35 
24 



Mom. 
10 




1 
2 
2 
3 



53 
33 
11 
48 
24 



III. Sun eclipsed April 3, at the time of New Moon in 
I the evening; visible only in the South Pacific and South- 
* ern Oceans, between Cape Horn and New Zealand, and 
\ between Easter Island and (he South Pole. 

[9ee Augusl.] 



I8tf» 



MAT. 



fliiiMgntlfa 



New # 3d, 2h. 24ra. M. f Foil® 18th, Ih. 51m. M- 
First # 9th, lOh. 6m. A. | Lasi ^ 85th, 6h. 56m. A- 



M W 



low 

11 Th 

12 Fr 



CALENDAR, &C. 



Stamf d B. St. Philip %b James. 
Leg.R.l. Farm. & Mech. Bnk. 
Legislatubb of Conn. in6et& 



New York Anniversaries. 
Am. Seamen's Friend Soc. 
For. Evan. Soc. 
Am. Tract and H. Miss. Soc. 
Am. Bible Society. 

Sun south Uh. 56m. 
3d S. after Easter. 



Am. Baptist Miss. Umdn. Gen. 
[Assem. Prest. Ch. 

4th S. after Easter. 

U. S. District Court, Hartford. 
[Am. S. S. Union, Philad. 



5th S. after Easter. 
Sun south Uh. 57m. 

Boston Anniversaries. 



® R. © S. R.®S 



586 
576 



21 



4 2 

4 41 

Sets. 

3 43 

9 48 

10 46 

1 35 
Mom. 

18 

66 

1 29 

2 
2 29 

2 58 

3 27! 
2 58 
Rises. 

7 38 

8 31 

9 22 
10 10 
10 54 
U 34 
Morn. 

12 

47 



Food. — Table of the comparative nutriment contained 
in various articles of food. Proportion in every 1000 
parts: 



Mutton - - 290 

Chicken - 270 

Beef- - - 260 

Veal- - .. 250 



Pork- - - 240 
Fish, about 200 
White of Ege 140 
Milk - - 72 



Wheat - - 950 

Peas, (dry). 930 

Barley - - 920 

Beans, (dry) 890 



■■■■■■HHOT 



tfth^MTuiilk. 



JUMH. 



New f^ Im, 9h.49m. M. 
First ^ 8tb, Ob. 3Sm. A. 
FuU ® 16th, 4b. 7m. A. 



La8t# 34ch, Ih. d6m. M. 
New 9 aoth, 5h. 38m. A. 



M W 



CALBNDAR, dx. 



(S)R. OS. R.C)3. 



Hartford and £tna Ins. Cos. 
[Ascension Day. 

3. after Ascension. 
Cluinebaug; Bli. Protection Ins. 
Union Bank. [Co. 

Legis. New Hampriiire. 
Bartford Bank. 



Sun soiitfi llh. ^m. 
Whitsund. [N . E. Health Co. 
Wind'm Co. Bk. &, Mat. Ins. Co. 
C. of Errors, Hart'd. C.C.New|4 
N.Y. Meth. Con. Brook'n. [Lon. 
[Leg. Me.] [Gen.Bap. Gob. SuTld 
riun A elk. [Evan. Conoocia. R. I. 
[together. [Bpi«.Ctowr. JUifleU 
Trinity S. [Co. Bank. 

Norwich Bk. Tol. Co. Mut. Ins. 
Ct. ofErrors, Litdifiek). Qen, 
[Conv. Vt. Qen. Asso. Con. 
Summer solstice, [at Hartfoid.|4 

St John the Baptist. 

1st S. af. Trin. Sun so, 12h. 3m. 

Ct. Er. Fairfld. ; Co. Ct.N. a 
[Thames Bank. 
St. Peter. Sun south 12h. 3m. 



877 

277 

27 

377 

377 

27 

277 

277 

377 

277 



29 



Sets. 

8 38 



2810 



U 



90 Morn. 



Rises. 



Morn. 

34 

1 11 

1 51 

2 37 

3 28 
sets. 



Rice - - 


- 880 


Carrots - 


Bread - 


- 800 


Cabbage 


Rye - - 


- 792 


Turnips 


Oau- - 


- 742 


Melons - 


Beets - 


- 148 


Cucumbers 


Potatoes 


- 120 


Plums - 



Grapes - - 270 
Cherries • 250 
Peaches - 300 
Apples - - 170 
Peas, (green) 160 
Strawberries 120 



First ^ 8ih 4fa. 39m. M. 
FuU (^ 16ih, 4h« 30m. M. 



Last # 23d, 6h. 37m. M. 
New O 30ih, 8h. 34m. M. 



M W 



8Sa 



31 



17 M 



92 Sa 
23A 



'27 Th 



30A 



M 



CALENDAR, &C. 



[N. H. Latch. Co. Mm. Ins. 
[&. Whaling B'ks. Mut. Secu. 
City&Mech.Bk.N.H. Mystic 
Ct of Er, N. H. N. Lon, B'nk. 
Bridgp't, Mid. Co., & N. H. Co- 
N. Haven Baok. [Banks. 



3d Sunday after Trinity, 
Sun south 12h. 5 m. 
Court of Errors, Haddam. Ex- 

[fthange Bank. 



4th Sunday afier Trinity. 
Court of Errors, Norwich 



5th Sunday after Trinity. 

Court of Errors, Brooklyn. 
Com. Union, Harv. &, Rutg. Col. 
Com. Dart, and Amherst Col. 
Sun south 12h. 6m. 

6th Sunday afier Trinity. 
East Haddam Bank. 



©R. 



R.fl)S. 



Rises. 
8 15 

8 63 

9 28 
10 3 

10 38 

11 13 
11 92 
Morn. 

33 

1 21 

2 14 

3 12 

4 13 
Sets. 
7 59 



FsBvufo or Cattls. — Table of the relative quanti^ of suste- 
I nance in tbe principel articles of proTender. 100 pounds of Hay 
I art equal to 

NT. Mangel Wortzel 239 

13 Turnips . . 504 

M Rye .... 54 

)1 Wheat ... 46 

115 Oats .... 59 



' Rye Straw . . 
' Oat Straw . . 
' Raw Potatoes . 
! Boiled Potatoes 



Beans . . 
Buckwheat 
Indian-Cora 
WbeatBran 
Rye Bran . 



«■ 



8BlMuliBL 



Aootrar. 



First ® 6tfa, 10b. 6m. A. 
Poll ® 14ih, 3h. 25m. A. 



Calendar, ^e. 



Last ® Sid, lib. 17in. M. 
New^28d, 2b. lOna. A. 



©R. <2>S. 



R.C)& 



Mw: 



1 

2 



T 
W 
3lTh 
Fr 

5lSa 

M 



6 

7 

8|Ta 
9W 
lejTb 
Fr 
Stt 



11 
12 
13 
14 
15 



M 

Tii 

6^W 



17 
18 
19 
20 
21 



I 



23 
24 



25 P 



7tb S. af. Trin. [Ark. 

Elec. Ala., Ken., Ind., 111., Mo., 
Co. Cl at Danbury & Brooklyn. 
Com. Waterville CoL 
Sun south 12h. 5ai. 



Th 

Fr 

Sa 

A 

M 



W 
Th 



Ct of Err. Tol. Ca Ct, Hartf. 
Elec N. C. Com. Univ. Vt. & 
Eiec.Teik Cora. Trin. [Wea. 



8th Sunday after Trinity. 

Superior Court, Litchfield. 
Com. Middleb'y and Williams. 
Commencement Yale. 



9th Sunday afler Trinity, 
[land. U.S.Di8tCt.,N.Haf.6 



22 Tu Sup. Ct, Had'm. Co. Ct. Tol 



Com. at Harrard. 
St. Bartholomew. 



10th Sunday after Trinity. 

Sun south I2h. Im. 

Gen. Association, N. Hamp. 

Sun and clock together. 



4 
4 
4 
4 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 



567 



57 
587 
59 
07 11 



1 
2 
3 
4 



57 

67 



7 
8 



106 
11 
12|6 
136 



14 
15 



166 

176 

186 

196 

206 

21 

2216 



6 
6 



15 

14 
131 



8 32 

9 4 
9 34 

7 12110 3 

10 33 
6 

11 40 
Morn. 

19 



9jll 

6 
7 



7 
7 



6 
4 
3 
2 

59 
58 
56 
55 
54 
52 
51 
49 
48 
46 
44 
43 
41 
40 
38 
36 
2516 35 
266 33 



1 
1 
2 
3 



3 
52 
46 
45 



Rises. 



7 
8 



28 
4 



8 39 

9 15 
9 53 

10 34 

11 19 
Morn. 

9 



ECUP8ES. 
IV. Sun eclipsed August 28th, at the time of New 
Moon in the a^mooo. ; invisible, except in a small part \ 
of the Southern Ocean. 



vua. 



First f) 5th, 3h. 52in. A. 
Full ® 13th, lh.37in.M. 



9thMoiiUk 

Last i§} 19Ui, 5h. 7m. A. 
New C) 27tli, 4h- 4401. M. 



WW 



Fr 

3|Sa 



8Fr 



12 Tu 



Calendar, &c. 



Sun south llh. 59m. 

11th Sunday after Trinity. 
Merch'ts. and Stonington Bnks. 
Elec. Vermont. 
Com. Bowdoin and Brown. 
Phcenix and Conn. Banks. 

Sun south llh. 57m. 

12th Sunday after Trinity. 

Election, Maine. 

Sup. Ct. N. Lond. A. B. C. F 

Windham B'nk. [M., Boston 

Sun south llh. 55m. 

13th Sunday after Trinity. 

Hartford Mut. Ins. Co. 

U. S. Circuit Court, Hartft)rd. 

St. Matthew. Sun so. lib. 53m 

Autumnal Equinox. 

14th Sunday after Trinity. 

Superior Court, Hartford. 
Sun south llh. 51ro. 



Sun south 1 1h. 50m. 



©R. 



(2)S.tR.f)S. 



306 

31 

326 23 

336 22 Morn. 



475 59 
485 57 
495 56 
5 54 
5 52 
525 50 
548 
5 4? 
555 45 
565 43 
585 41 



Morn. 
58 



V. There wiH be an eclipse of the Moon in September, (ISth, 
13tli,) TifliUe, nearly central, and total. 
Beginning at Hartford, llh. 40in. 
of total eclipse, 12h. 39m. 
Middle of Eelipfle, Ih. 38m. 

End of total darkness, Sh. 17m. Duration, Ih. 38m. 
End of Eclipse, 3h. 16m. Whole do. 3h. 36m. 

Depth of immersion in the Earth's shadow, 20.4S digits fh>m 
)the northern side. 



First f)5th, 9h. 10m. M. I Last f) 19th, Ih. 37ra. M. 
PuU (O) 13th, llh. 5m. M. | New O 36th, 9h. 55m. A. 

ST 



1 
3 
3 
4 



M 

Ta 

W 

Th 

6Fr 

7Sa 
8 



9 
10 
11 
13 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
90 
31 
33 
33 
34 
35 
36 



w: 



Calkndar, &c 



M 
Tu 

W 

Th 

Fr 

Sa 

A 

M 

Tu 

W 

Th 

Fr 

Sa 

A 

M 

Tu 
W 
Th 



iSTPr 



38 
39 
30 
31 



Sa 
A 
M 
Tu 



I5th S. after Trinity. 
Elec. Gel Leg. Teiin. 
Sup. Cts. Danb'y & Brooklyn. 
Geii.Epi8.CoiLN.Y. [Com. Colum. c. 
[Elec. Bid. [Elec. Mich. 

Sun south, llh. 48m. 

I6th Sunday after Trinity. 
Elec S. C. and Flor. 
Sup. Ct. , N. H. Co. Ct. Litch. 
[Thompson Bk. Elec. Pa. 
Leg. Ver. [aiuJ Ohio. 

Sun south llh. 46ffl. 
17th Sunday after Trinity. 
Tolland Ck). Bank. 
County Court, Middletown. 
St. Luke. 
Sun south llh. 45m. 



tSth Sunday after Trinity. 
Superior Court, Tolland. 



Sun south llh. 44m. 
Sts. Simon and Jude. 
19th Sunday after Trinity. 
Leg. R. I. 



©h: 



6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 



59 

1 
3 
3 
4 
5 



75 

85 



9 
10 
11 
13 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
185 
305 
5 



31 
32 
23 
25 
36 
375 



38 
30 
31 
32 
33 



®S R.C)S. 



40 

38 

36 

34 

33 

31 

39 

38 

26 

25 

23 

21 

20 

18 

17 

15 

14 

12 

11 

9 

8 

6 

5 

3 

3 



59 

58 

56 

55 

54 



8 13 

8 53 

9 36 

10 23 

11 16 
Morn. 

14 

1 15 

2 21 

3 38 

4 40 
Rises. 

6 25 

7 9 

7 58 

8 hS(. 

9 50 

10 50 

11 53 
Mom., 

54 

1 55 
3 56 

3 54 

4 51 
iSets. 



5 
6 
6 
7 



38 
12 
50 
32 



8 18 



VI Sun eclipeed Sept 37th, at the time of New Moon in the 
iDQmiiig. ThiB eclipse wiH be inviflible in America, excepting the 
north-eaaftem coast of GzeeolaDd. It win be visible in ttie north- 
eastem parts of Europe, and throughout a great part of Asia. 
I Greatest eclipse, 5.82 digits on the Sun's northern limb, in longi- 
tude 132" 18' east from Greeawieb, and latitude 72" 14' north. , 

The centre of the Moon's penumbra wHl not fall on the Earth i 
during this year. 



1840. 



NOl 



UlhMoBA. 



First # 4tb, lb. I2ra. M. i Last # 17th, lb. d6in. A. 
Full ® lOtfa, 8h. 44m. A. | New # 25th, 4h. 39m. A. 



r:®s 



M W 



CALENDAR DAYS. 



16 Th 

17 Fr 



26 
27 
28 
29 
30 



24 Fr 

25 Sa 



A 

M 

Tu 

W 

Th 



OR. 



All Saints. 



20th S. after Trinity. 
£jeg. Geo., Ark., Mo. and Flori 
Elec. N. Y. [da. Elec Miss., 
[La., Tex. Meriden Bank. 



21st S. after Trinity. 
Elec. Mass. Leg. N. C. 
Co. Ct. Hartfd & Nor'ch. Elec. 
Sun so. lib. 45m. [N.J.&Del. 



22d S. after Trinity. 
Sun south lib. 46m. 



Sun south lib. 47m. 

23d S. after Trinity, 
Leg. S. C. 

Co. Ct. N. Haven, U. S. Dis. 
[Court, Hartft>rd. 
St. Andrew. Sun so. lib. 49m. 



354 52 
364 51 
374 50 
384 49 
394 48 
414 4 
424 4 
434 4 
444 4 
454 4 
474 4 



504 

514 

534 

544 

55 

564 

584 

594 

04 

14 

24 

44 

54 

64 

74 

84 



9 8 

10 2 

11 
Morn. 

3 

1 7 

2 15 

3 25 

4 37 
Rises. 

5 44 

6 37 

7 36 

8 38 

9 42 

10 45 

11 47 
Morn. 

48 



Sets. 

5 30 

6 14 

7 3 

7 56 

8 53 



Transit op Mbrcuryv— There will be a Transit of J 
the planet Mercury across the northern limb of the Sun 
on Thursday, November 9, in the morning, chiefly visi- 1 
ble, commencing before sunrising. The ingress will be' 
visible from the greater portions of Europe snd Asia, and* 
from the whole of Africa and South America. The 





Fim«. STJOiT^snar 


iFullOl ©aath.llh.Slm.M.! 


)M 


W 


G.I,BND.l. D*VS. 


fflRJ®s 


R^-S 




Fr 




riff 433 


9 53 


\ '. 


3« 


Suniouihllh. 50m. 


7 114 3S 


10 54 


3 


A. 


Advent Sunday. 


7 124 38 


11 58} 


\ * 


M 


Cii-ioRisa HSET*. Lexis. Va. 
[Ohio. Ken., 111., tmf. & Ala 


1 134 38 


Horn, i 


i 5 


Tu 


7 14i4 28 


1 5 


) f 


W 


7 i5;i r 


a 13 


> ' 


Tt 


Sun KHilh llh. 63mi 


7 164 37 


3 33 


f 


Fr 




7 IT4 27 


i zci 


( y 


Sa 




7 1S4 2* 


ft 48} 


1( 


A 


2a. a. in Advent. 


7 134 SS 


Rises, > 




H 


Sun south llh. Mm. 


7 204«8 


G IG 


Iv. 


Tn 


County Court at Pairfietd and 


7 3l|4 28 


7 ^i 


13 


W 


[Brooklyn 


7 214 28', 8 28S 


14 


Th 




7 aa4 SWl 9 33 


hsiPr 




7 234afl'IO 37) 


16 S« 


Sun south llh. 56in. 


7 34:4 26 


11 38 


n 


A 


3d S. in AdTent. 


T 244 29 


Morn. < 


)ia 


M 




7 254 30 


37 


19 


Tu 


County Ct., Litchfield. 


7 2,S4 30 


1 35 


aa 


W 


Sunsonlh llh. 58m. 


7a;4 31 


3 33 


>ai 


Th 


St. Thomas. 


7 36:4 31 


3 as 




Pr 


Winter solstice. 


7 27!4 31 


4 34< 


a 


Sa 




7 27jl 33 


5 195 


2i 


A 


4th S.inAdvenU Sunandeloch 


7 284 33 


6 13 




M 


CanrsTMiii, Leg. Md. 


7 384 33 


Seta. \ 




Tu 


Co. Cl Tollaiid. St. Stephens. 


7Slt;4 34 


5 51 J 




W 


St. John. 


7 2n4 35 






Th 




T29;4 35 


7 46 




Fr 




7 39l4 36 


8 47 


lao 


Sa 


Sun south ISh. 3m. 


7 30'4 37 


9 50 




A 


Ist S. afierChriaimaa. 


7 304 38 


!0 54 


r 

|«gres8*illbe visible from the weslErn extremity of Ell- j 


' rope, the greater pans of Africa and Nonh America, nndj 


I the whole of South America. The apparent dinmsirr of 


■ Mercury wlU be to that of the Sun as 1 to 302. N^rert J 


approach of eentreB8h.54in.| planet emerges llh 


Zi 



18 



ORioiiTAL amteravTiotf 



©riginal ConBtitution of (EonnttikvA, 

Adoptod bj Um firawnen in general iMetingy Jan, 94, 16S8< 



»»^»^»^i»^^^^^»^^^^ 



"This is the first example in history, of a writ- 
ten CONSTITUTION, eoiifititating a government, and 
defining its ]30wers." Bacon's Discourse on the 
Ecarly ConstittUioncd History of Connecticut, 

The following is the only exact copy of this most 
remarkable of human productions. It formed the 
basis of the Charter of 1663*, and its leading fea- 
tures have been copied into the constitutions of the 
several states, and of the United States. Under 
this compact and the Charter, Connecticut contin- 
ued almost an independent government, from 1639, 
through the Revolution, and onward, to the adop- 
tion of our present Constitution in 1818, the most 
democratic government ever constituted. The 
freemen at first assembled in a body, and elected 
their rulers ; and afterwards sent in their votes. 
The towns have ever remained purely democratic, 
as they were originally constituted. 

Forasmuch as it hath pleased the ^Umighty 
God, by the wise disposition of his diuyneprouidence, > 
so to order and dispose of things, that we, the Inhab- ) 
itants and Residents of Windsor, Hartford and ^ 
Wethersfield, are now cohabiting and dwelling in 
and vppon the Riuer of Coneccecotte and the Lands 
thereunto adioyneing^: And well knowing where a 
people are gathered togather, the word of god re- 
quires, that, to mayntayne the peace and vnion of j 
such a people, there should be an orderly and decent 

* Bee Register of 1847. 



or CONHKCriOUT. 

Grouemment established, according to God, to order 
> and dispose of theaf&ijrres of the people, at all sea- 
I SODS, as occation shall require — 

Doe therefore assotiate and coniojoie our selues 
to be as one Publike State or Common welth ; and 
doe, for our selues and our Succssors and such as 
shall be adioyned to vs att any tyme hereafler, | 
I enter into Combination and Confederation togath- 1 
er, to mayntayne and presearue the liberty and \ 
purity of the gospell of our Lord Jesus which we i 
now professe, as edao the disciplyne of the Church- \ 
ee, which, according to the truth of the said gospell, < 
is now praetissed amongst vs : As also ii^our ciueil 
afl^res, to be guided 4l gouerned according to such 
lawes, rules, orders and decrees as shall be made, 
ordered and decreed, as folioweth : — 
1 It is ordered, sentenced and decreed, that 
there shall be yerely two generall Assemblies or 
Courts, the on, the second thursday in Aprill, the 
other, the second thursday in September follow«- 
ing ; the first shall be called the Courte of Elec- 
tion, wherein shall be yerely chosen, from tyme to 
tyme, soe many Magestrats and other publike offi^ 
cers as shall be foimd requisitte ; whereof one to be 
chosen Gouernour for the yeareensueing, and vntill 
another be chosen ; and noe other Magestrate to be 
chosen for more then one yeare ; prouided allwayes 
there be sixe chosen besids the Gouernour ; which 
being chosen & sworne according to an Oath re- 
corded for that purpose, shall haue power to. admin- 
ister iustice according to the lawes here establish- 
ed ; and ffk want thereof, according to the rule of J 
the word of god ; which choise shall be made by all 
that are admitted freemen, and have taken the Oath 
of FidelUty. and doe cohabitte within this lurisdic- 



20 



OBIGIITAL OONSTITTrriON 



tion (hauing beene admitted Inhabitante by the 
m&dor part of the To wne wherein they line) or the 
mayor parte of such aa shEill be then present. 
9 It is ordered, sentensed and decreed, that the 
Election of the aforesaid Ma^estrats shall be on 
this manner : euery person present and quallified 
for choyse, shall bring in (to the persons deputed 
to receaue them) one single paper with the name 
of him written inyt whom he desires to haue Gou- 
ernor, and he that hath the greatest number of | 
papers shall be Qouernor for that yeare : and the 
rest of the Magestratsor publike officers to be cho- 
sen in this manner. The Secretary for the tyme 
being shall first read the names of all that are to be 
put to choise, and then shall seuerally nominate 
them distinctly, and euery one that would haue the 
person nominated to be chosen, shall bring in one 
single paper written vppon, and he that would not 
haue him chosen shall bring in ablanke : and euery 
one that hath more written papers then blanks, 
shall be a Magestrat for that yeare, which i>apers 
shaill be receaued and tokl by one or more that shall 
be then chosen by the court and sworne to be fay th- 
full therein ; but in case there should not be sixe 
chosen as aforesaid, besids the Gouemor, out of i 
those which are nominated, then he or they which 
haue the most written papers shall be a Magestrate 
or Magestrats for the ensueing yeare, to make vp 
the Iqresaid number. 

3 It is ordered, sentenced and decreed, that the 
Secretary shall not nominat any person, nor shall 
any person be chosen newly into the Mhgestracy, 
which was not proponned m some Generall Courte 
before, to be nominated the next Electicm; and to 
that end, yt shall be lawfull for ech of the TowBes 



OP OOJfltECTlCITT. 



31 



aforesaid, by their deputyes, to nominate any two 
whom they conceaue fitte to be put to Election, and 
I the Courte may cut so many more as they iudge 
requisitt. 

<4 It is ord wed , sentenced & decreed, that noe 
person be chosen Geoernor abone once in two 
yeares ; and that the Gouernor be alwayes a lAem- 
ber of some approued con^^regation, and formerly 
of the Magestracy within t^iis larisdiction ; and all 
the Magestrats freemen of this Common welth : 
and that no Magestrate or other publike officer 
shall execute any parte of his or their office before 
they are seuerally sworne, which shaJI be don in the 
face of the Courte, if they be present, and in case 
of essence, by some deputed for that purpose. 

5 It is ordered, sentenced and decreed, that 
to the albresaid Courte of Election, the seuerall 
Townes shall send their deputyes, and when the 
Elections are ended, they may proceed in any pub- 
Hke searuice as at other Courts : Also the other 
Grenerall Courte in September, shedl be for make- 
ing of lawes and any other publike occation which 
conserns the good of the Conmion welth. 

6 It is ordered, sentenced and decreed, that the 
Gouernor shall, ether by himselfe or by the Secre- 
tary, send outsummons to the Constables of euery 
Towne ibr the cauletn^of these two standing 
Courts, on month at lest before theire seuerall 
tymes : And also, if the Gouernor and the gretest 
parte of the Magestrats see cause, vppon any spe- 
tiall occation to call a generaJl Courte, they may 
giue order to the secretary soe to doe, within 
fowerteene dayes warneing ; and if vrgent neccs 
sity soe require, vppon a shorter notice, glueing 
sufficient grownds for y t to the deputyes when they 



OBIoriTAL COirSTITOTION 



meete, or els be questioned for the same : And if p 
the Gouernor and mayor parte ofMagestrats shall 
ether neglect or refuse to call the two Generall 
Standing Courts, or ether of them, as also at other 
tjmes when the occations of the Common welth 
require,— the Freemen thereof or the mayor parte 
of them, shall petition to them soe to doe, if then 
yt be ether denyed or neglected, the said Freemen 
or the mayor parte of them shall haue power to 
• giue order to the Constables of the severall 
Townes to doe the same, and soe may meete to- 
gather and chuseto themselues a moderator, and 
may proceed to doe any acte of power which any 
other Generall Courte may* 
7 It is ordered , sentenced and decreed , that after 
there are warrants gluen out for any of the said 
Generall Courts, the Constable or Constables off 
ech Towne shall forthwith giue notice distinctly, 
to the Inhabitants of the same in some Publike As- 
sembly, or by goeing or sending from howse to 
howse, that at a place and tyme by him or them 
lymited and sett, they meet and assemble them- ) 
selues togather to elect and chuse certen deputyes > 
to be att the Crenerall Courte then following, to 
agitate the afayres of the Common welth, which 
said Deputyes shall be chosen by all that are ad* 
mit ted Inhabitants in tlie Seuerall Townes and 
haue taken the oath of fidellity, prouided that hon 
be chosen a deputy for any Generall Courte which 
is not a Freeman of this Common welth. 

The foresaid deputyes shall be chosen in manner 
following: — euery- person that is present and qual- 
lified as before expressed, shall bring the names 
of such written in seuerall papers as they desire to 
haue chosen for that imployment, and these 3 or 4, 



OF comtrsccKUTt 



3d 



I more or lesse, being^ the number agreed on to be 
chosen for that tyme, that hane greatest number 
of papers written for them, shall be deputyesfor 
that Gourte, whose names shall be endorsed on the 
backe side of the warrant, and returned into the 
Coorte, with the constable or constaUes hand vnto 
the same. 

fl It is ordered, sentenced and decreed, that 
Wyndsor, Hartford and Wethersfield shall haue 
power, ech Towne, to send lower of there freemen 
as their deputyes to eaery Generall Courte ; and 
whatsoeuer other Townes shall be hereafter aded to 
this lurisdiction, they shall send so many Deputyes 
as the Courte shall iudge meete, a resonable pro- 
portion to the number of Freemen that are in the 
said Townes being to be attended therein ; which 
Deputyes shall haue the power of the whole Towne 
to giue their voats and alowance to all such lawes 
and orders as m.\y be for the publike good, and 
vnto which the said Townes are to be bownd. 
9 It is ordered and decreed that the deputyes 
thus chosen shall haue power and liberty to ap- 
poynt a tyme and a place of meeting togather, be- 
fore any Grenerall Courte, to aduise and consult of j 
all such things as may concerne the good of the 
publike, as also to examine theire owne Elections, 
whether according to the order, and if they or the \ 
gretest parte of them find any election to be illegall, 
they may seclud such for present from their meet- 
ing, and returne the same and their resons to the 
Courte ; and if yt proue true, the Courte may fyne 
the party or partyes so intruding, and the Towne, 
if ^ey see cause, and giue out a warrant to goe to 
a newe election in a legall way ether in parte or m 
whole: Also the said Deputyes shall haue power 



34 



ORiaiNAL CONSTITOTIOir 



to fyne any that shall be difiorderly at their meet- 
ing's, or for not commiDg in due tyme or place, ac- 
cording to appoyntment, and they may returne the 
said fynes into the Courte, if yt be refused to be 
paid, and the Tresurer to take notice of yt and to 
estreete or leuy the same, as he doth other fyQes. 
10 It is ordered, sentenced and decreed, that 
euery Generali Courte, except such as through 
neglecte of the Gouernor and the greatest parte of J 
Magestrats, the Freemen themselues doe call, shall 
\ consist of the Gouernor, or some chosen to moder- 
ate the Court, and 4 other Magestrats at lest, with 
the mayor parte of the Deputyes of the seuerall 
Townes legally chosen: And incase the Freemen 
or the mayor parte of them, through neglect or re- 
fusall of the Gouernor and mayor parte of the 
Magestrats, shall call a Courte, yt shall consist of j 
the mayor parte of Freemen that are present or 
their Deputyes, with a moderator chosen by them ; 
In which said Generali Courts shall consist the Su- 
preme power of the Common welth, and they only 
shall haue power to make lawes or repeale them^ 
to graunt leuyes, to admitt of Freemen, dispose 
of lands vndisposed of to seuerall Townes or per- 
sons, 8uid also shall haue power to call ether Courte 
or Magestrate or any other person whatsoeuer into 
question for any misdemeanour, and may, for iust 
causes, displace or deale otherwise according to the 
nature of the ofience : And also may deale in any 
other matter that concerns the good of this Com- 
mon welth, excepte election of Magestrats, which 
shall be done by the whole boddy of Freemen : In 
which Courts, the Gouernour or Moderater shall 
haue power to order the Courte to giue liberty of' 
epech, and silence vnreasonable and disorderly 



OF ODKIf lOTfOUT. S5 



speakeinge, to put all thin^Ei to voate, and in case 
the voats be equall, to hane the casting voice : But 
non of these Courts shall be adiourned or dissolued 
without the consent of the maior parte of the 
Courte. 

It It is ordered, sentenced and decreed, that 
when any General! Courte, vppon the occations of J 
the Common welth, haue agreed vppon any summ 
or sommes of mony to be leuyed vppon the seuerall 
Townes within ihis lurisdiction, that a Committee 
be chosen to sett out and appoynt what shall be the 
proportion of euery Towne to pay of the said leny, 
provided the Committees be made vp of an equall ' 
number out of ech Towne. 

Uth lanuary 1638 tbe 11 orders tboue laid are voMd. 



^m$tant3. 



List of magUtrateq, generally called Asaistants, who constituted 
the upper House of the Amembty ; and in early times were the 
Supreme Court of tbe State. They were the leading men of their 
times. 

Tbe CAPITALS indicate tbe Governors, and the bkall cafi- i 
TA.L8 the Deputy or Lieutenant Governors. Those marked " died'* 
deceased in office. 

Nominated. Elected. Retired. 
JOHN HAYNES, Hartford, 1639 1630-^1653, died. 

RoocRLuDLow.Windsor &Fair*d, 1639 1639—1654, to Va. 
GEORGE WILLIS, Hartford, 1639 1639—1644, died. 

EDWARD HOPKINS. Hartford^ 1639 1639—1657, to Eng. 
THOMAS WELLES, Hartford, 1639 1639—1659. died. 
JOHN WEBSTER. Hartford, 1639 1639—1659, to Mass. 

William Phelps, Windsor 1639—1643. 

William Whiting, Hartford, 1641 1641—1648. 

Mathew Allen, Hartford, 1641 (below) 

Wmiam Hopkins [I HiU, Windsor,] 1641 1641—1643. 
John Mason, Windsor, Saybrook, 

and Norwich, 1642—1671, died. 

William Swainc, Wethersfidd, 1643 1643—1645. 
Henry WOlcott. Windsor, 1643—1655. died. 



AssisTAirra. 



Nom. 

George Fenwick, Saybrook, 1644 

John Cullick, Hartford, 

JOHN WINTHROP, New London, 1649 

1650 
1654 
1654 
1657 
1658 
1658 
1658 
1658 
1658 
(above) 



Henry Clarke, Windsor, 
Jofan Talcott, Hartford, 
Samuel WiBis, Hartford, 
Natfaaa Gold, F&irfield, 
George Pbelps, Windsor, 
Matthew Allen, Windsor, 
Richard Treat, Wethersfield, 
John Wells, Stratford, 
Alexander Knowies, Fairfield, 
Nathan Gold, Fairfield, 
Thurston Rayner, Wethersfield, 

John Talcott, Hartford, 1661 

Daniel Clark, Windsor, 1661 

John AUyn, Hartford, 1661 

Henry Wolcott, Windsor, 1661 

Samnel Sherman, Fairfield, 1664 

Thurston Rayner, Wethersfiekl, 1664 
James Richards, Hartford, 

WILLIAM LEET, Guilford, 1665 

William Jones, New Haven, 1665 

Benijaroin Fenn, Milford, 1665 

Jasper Crane. Branford, 1665 

Henry Wolcott, Windsor, (above) 

Samuel Sherman, Stratford, (above) 

Daniel Clark, Windsor, 1666 

Alexander Bryant, MlKbrd, 1665 

Jamks Bishop, New Haven, 1667 

Anthony Howkins, Farmington, 1664 

Thomas Wettes, Hartford, 1665 

James Richards, Hartford, (above) 

John Nash, New Haven, 1670 

ROBERT TREAT, Milford, 1665 

Thomas Topping, Branford, 1670 

I John Mason, Norwich, 1673 

Matthew Gilbert, New Haven, 1665 

Andrew Leet, Guilford, 1677 

* John Wadsworth, Farmington, 1675 

, Robert Chapman, Saybrook, 1660 

I James Fitch, Norwich, 1 678 

' Samuel Mason, Sconington, 1681 

\ Benjamin Newberry, Windsor, 1665 

I Samuel Talcott, Wethersfield, 1660 

Giles Hamlin, Middletown, 1667 



Elec. Retired 

1644—1649. 

1648—1658, 

1651—1676, 

1650^1663. 

1654—1659, 

1654-1685, 

1657—1658, 

1658-^1663. 

1658—1668. 

1658—1665. 

1658—1660. 

1658—1659. 

1650—1694, 

1661—1662, 

1662—1688. 

1663'*1664, 

1662—1696, 

1662—1665, 

1662—1664, 

1663—1664, 

1664—1666, 

1665—1683, 

1665—1698, 

1665—1673. 

1665—1668. 

1605-1681. 

1665—1668. 

1666-1668. 

J 668—1679. 

1668—1692, 

1668—1674, 

1668—1669. 

1669—1681. 

1672—1688. 

1673—1708. 

1674—1685. 

1676 — 1677. 

1677—1678. 

1678—1703. 

1679—1690, 

1681—1685. 

1681—1098, 

1683—1703. 

1685—1690, 

1685— 11B92, 

1685—1690, 



to Bost. 
died. 

died, 
(below.) 
(below.) 



died.? 
(below.) 

resigned. 

died, 
(below.) 
(below.) 

(below.) 
died. 1 
died.? 



died, 
died. 



died. ? 



died. 

(betow.) 

died. 1 
died. ? 
died.? 



ASnSTIillTS* 



97 



Nom. 

Bamael WiDia, Hartfoid, (aboiw) 

[Fitel John Winthrop, N. London, 1689 

' Jobll Burr, F&irfiekl, 1685 

* WiBiam PitUn, Hartford, 1690 
' Daniel WeCbereD. New London* 1677 

Nathaniel Stanly, Hartford, 1690 

I Caleb Stanly, Hartford, 169S 

Moses Mansfield, New Haven, 1683 

I JOHN WINTHROP, N. London, (above,) 

Joim Hamlin, Middlfetown, 1693 

' Jonatban Sellick, Stainfoid, 1694 

Nathak Gold, Fairfield, 1694 

I WiUiam Pitkin, Hartfoid, 1696 

, Joseph Curtice, Stratford, 1696 

, Samuel WiOii, Hartford. (above) 

Richard Cbristopben, N. London, 1694 

I James Pitch, Norwich, (above) 

I John Chester, Wethersfleld, 1685 

Josiah Rossiter. Guflford, 1700 

Peter Burr. Fairfield, 1 70 1 

Bichaid Christophers, N. London, (above) 

' John Ailing, New Haven, 1703 

' GURDON 8ALTON8TALL» New 

London, (not nom.) 
John Haynes, Hartford, 1696 

Samuel Eells, Uilibrd, 1683 

Matthew Allen, Windsor, 1706 

JOSEPH TALCOTT, Hartford, 1709 
Abraham Fowler, Guilford, 1705 

* John Sherman, Woodbury, 1711 
Soger Woteott, Windsor, 1718 
JONATHAN LAW, Milfoid, 1710 
James Wadsworth, Durham, 1716 
ROGER WOLCOTT, Windsor, (above) 
John Hall, WaHtngford, 1719 
Christopher Christophers, N. Load. 1718 
Hezekiah Brainard, Haddam, 1730 

* John Hooker, Fumington, 1709 
John Wakeman, Fkirfield, 1715 
Nathaniel Stanly, Hartford, 1733 
Joseph Whiting, New Haven, 172* 
Ozias Pitkin, Hartfoid, 1725 
Timothy Pierce, Plainfield, 1785 
John Burr, FttirfieU, 1724 
Samuel Lynde, Saybrook, 1729 
Edmund Lewis, Stratford, 1739 



Elee. Retired. 

1689—1693, (below.) 

1689—1690, (betow) 

1690—1695, 

1690—1694, died. 

1690—1710. 

1090—1713. 

1698—1701. 

1698—1704, died, t 

1693—1707, died. 

]e94_1730. 

1695—1701. 

1695—1733, died. 1 

1697—1783, died. 

1698—1723. 

1698—1690. 

1699—1700, (betow.) 

1700—1709, 

1701—1719. 

1701—1711. 

1703—1725. 

1703—1723. 

1704—1717. 

1707—1784, «lied. 

1708—1714. • 

1709—1740, died. 1 

1710—1734. 

1711—1741, died. 

1712—1720. 

1713—1723. 

1714 — 1718, (below.) 

1717—1750, died. 

1718—1752, 

1720—1754. 

1723—1730. 

1723—1729. 

1723—1728, died. 1 

1723_«1734. 

1724—1727. 
1785—1749. 
1725 — 1746. 
1727—1747. 
1728—1748. 
1729—1740. 
1730 — 1754 died. 
1730 — ^1739. 



3d 



laBISfAfffS* 



Noai. 
WILLIAM PITKIN, Hartford, 1731 

I Tbomas Fitch, Norwalk, 1730 

Roger Newton, Milford, 1729 

£benez«r SiUunan, Fairfield, 1730 

THOMAS FITCH, Norwalk , (above) 

* Jooathan Trumbull, Lebanon, 1739 

Hezekiah Huntington, Norwich, 1739 

I John Bttlkley, Colchester, 1735 

Andrew Burr, FairfteU, 1734 

Roger Newton, MiUbrd, (above) 

> John Chester, Wethersflekl. 1741, 

Hezekiah Huntington. Norwich, (above) 

I Gurdon SattonstaUt New London, 1746 

I Thomas Welles, Glastenbuiy, 1749 

Benjamin Hall, Wallingford, 1749 

Phineas Lyman, Suffield, 1751 

I JONATHAN TRUMBULL, Leb, (above) 

I Roger Wolcott, Windsor, 1747 

] Jonathan Huntington, Windham, 1 75 1 
Daniel Edwards, Hartford, 1751 

Jabez Hamlm, Middletown, 1754 

I MATTHEW 6RIBWOLD, Lyme, 1755 

I Shubael Conant, Mansfield, 1754 

Ellsha Sjiekien, Litchfield, 1758 

Eliplvilet Oyer, Windham, 1758 

Jabez Huntington, Windham, 1761 

WiUiam Pitkin, East Hartford, 1763 

Roger Sherman, New Haven, 1761 

Robert Walker, Stratford, 1760 

Abraham Davenport, Stamford, 1764 
Wm. Samuel Johnson, Stmtfofd, 1765 
Joseph Spencer, East Haddam, 1765 
Zebulon West, Tolland, 1766 

OLIVER WOLCOTT, LitchfieM, 1768 
Jabez Hamlin, Middletown. (above) 

James A. Htilhouse. New Haven, 1771 

' SAM*L HUNTINGTON, Norwich, 1773 
Richard Law, New London, 1774 

William Williams, Lebanon, 1774 

Titus Hosmer, Middletown, 1775 

, Oliver Ellsworth, Windsor, (below,) 1778 
Joseph Spencer East Haddam, (above) 
Adams, Andrew, Litchfield, 1779 

Benjamin Huntington, Norwich, 1779 

' Joseph Piatt Cooke, Danbury, 1783 

Stephen Mix Mitchell, Wethersfield, (783 



Elec. Retired, 
1734—1769, died. 
1734—1736, (betow.) 
1736—1740, (belBw.) 
1789—1766. 
1746—1766. 
1740—1751, (below.) 
1740—1743, (below.) 
1743—1753, died. 
1746—1764. 
1748—1762. 
1747—1766. 
174S— 177a 
1749—1754. 
1751-1761. 
1751—1766. 
1752—1759. 
1754-1784, declined. 
1754—1760, died. 
1754—1758. 
1755—1765, died. 
1758—1766, (below.) 
1759—1786, 
1760-^1775, died. 
176 1-— 1779, died. 
1763—1784, died. 1 
1764-1781, died. 1 
1766 — 1785, resigned. 
1766 — 1785, resigned. 
1766—1772, died. 
1766—1784. 
1766—1776, (below.) 
1706-1778, (below.) 
1776—1771. 
1771—1798. 
1773—1785. 
1773—1775. 
1775—1796. 
1776—1784, Judge. 
1776—1780, (below.) 
1778—1780, died. 
1780—1785, Judge. 
1779—1789. 
1781—1790. 
1781—1790, (below.) 
1784—1803. 
1784—1793. 



JkBSDKSANTSt 



Nom. 

WaUam Williami, Lebanon, (above,) 

WiUiam HiUhoiue, New LAodon, 1783 

Erasnu Wolcott, Eart Windsor. 1773 
JOHN TR£ADW£LL,FanDi^tOB, 1783 

Jonathan Stmges, Fairfield, 1784 

James WadsworUv Durbara, 1776 

Wm. Samuel Johnson, Stratlbrd, (above) 

John Chester, WethersfieU, 1786 

James Hillbouse, New Haven, 178S 

Jedediah Strong, Litchfield, 1786 

Jesse Boot, Coventry, 1780 

James Davenport, Stamford, 1789 

Roger Newberry, Windsor, 1789 

Heman Swift, Cornwall, 1789 

John Chandler, Newtown, 1789 

Benjamin Huntington, Norwich, (above) 

Amasa Learned, New London, 1796 

Jonathan JngersolU New Haven, 1790 

Tapping Seeve, Litchfield, 1789 

Asber MiOer, Middletowa, 1791 

Thomas Grosvenor, Pomfrat, 1789 

Thomas Seymour, Hartford, 179] 

Aaron Austin, New Hartford, ] 792 

Jeremiah Wadsworth, Hartford, 1787 
JONATHAN T&UMBULL, 

Lebanon, 1788 

David Daggett, New Haven, 1794 

Jonathan Brace, Hartford, 1797 

Zephaniah Swift, Windham, 1791 

Nathaniel Smith, Woodbury, 1798 

J6km AQen, Litchfield. 1794 

Zephaniah Swilt, Windham, (above) 

Oliver Ellsworth, Windsor, (above) 

Jonathan Bracje, Hartford, (above) 

Chauncey Goodrich, Hartford, 1793 

John Chester, Wethersfield, (above) 

William Edmund, Newtown, 1793 

Elizur Goodrich, New Haven, 1801 

Matthew Griswold, Lyme, 1802 

Stephen T. Hosmer, Middletown, 1798 

Asher MiUer, Middletown, (above) 

Benry Champion, Colchester, 1803 

Calvin Goddard, Norwich, 1806 

Isaac Been, New Haven, 1804 

John Cotton Smith. Sharon, 1807 

Jodson CanfieU, Sharoiik 1B04 



Elec Retired 

1784>-1803. 

1785—1800. 

1785—1790. 

1785>-1811. 

1786~>1789. 

1785—1788. 

1786—1789. 

1788—1793, 

1789—1791. 

1789—1791. 

1789—1789, 

1790—1797, 

1700—1809. 

1790—1803. 

1790—1795, 

1791—1793, 

1791—1792. 

1793—1798, 

1793-1793. 

1793—1793, 

1793—1803. 

1793—1803. 

1794—1818. 

1795—1801. 

1796—1809, 
1797—1814, 
1798—1799, 
1799—1800, 
1799—1805, 
1800—1806. 
1801—1801, 
1803—1808. 
1803—1819. 
1803—1808, 
1803—1809. 
1803—1806, 
1803—1818. 
1805—1818. 
1805—1815, 
1806 — 1817. 
1806—1818. 
1808 — 1815, 
1808 — 1809. 
1809—1810, 
1809 — 1815« 



(below.) 



JudgOr 

died. 



died. 
Judge. 

(below.) 

Judge. 



died. 

Sen. C. 
(below.) 
(below.) 

Judge. 

Judge. 



(below.) 
Judge. 

Judge. 

Judge. 
Judge. 



30 



POWERS OF TOWNS. 



Nom. 

Theodore Dwight,' IfartforcU 1808 

ROGER GRISWOLD, Lyme, 1703 

Frederick Wolcott, Litchfield, 1808 

' JOHN COTTON SMITH, Sharon, (above) 

' Chauncsy Goodrich, Hartford, (above) 

Roger M. Sherman, Fairfield, 1808 

Samuel W. Johnson, Stratford, 1810 

I Noah B. Benedict, Woodbury, 1810 

William Perkins, Ashford, 1810 

I Samuel B. Sherwood, Fairfield, 1815 

I Jonathan Insbrsoll, N. Haven^ (above) 

I Asa Chapman, Newtown, 1800 

Elias PerkinSf New London, 1813 

OLIVER WOLCOTT, Litchfield, 

William Bristol New Haven, 1817 

' Elijah Boardman, New Milford, 1817 

' David Tomlinson, Oxford, 1817 

Sylvester Wells, Hartford,- 1817 

JOHN S. PETERS, Hebron, 1817 

I James Lanman, Norwich, 1817 

Enoch Burrows, Stomngton, 1<817 

Peter Webb, Guilford, ? 1817 



Elec, Retired. 

1800—1816. 

1800—1812, died. 

1810—1810. 

1811—1817. 

1813—1815, died. 

1814—1818. 

1815—1818. 

1816—1818. 

1816—1818. 

1816—1817. 

1816—1810. 

1817— iSlO. 

1817—1810. 

1817—1810. 

1818—1810. 

1818—1810. 

1818—1810. 

1818—1810. 

1818—1810. 

1818—1810. 

1818—1810, 

1818—1810. 



JDemocratU JJatoers of Sotouff. 

Granted and confirmed Oct., 1630. 

The towns of Hartford, Windsor and Wethersfield, 
or any other of the towns within thi.<t jurisdiction, shall 
each of them have power to dispose of their own lands, 
undisposed of, and all other commodities arising out of* 
their own limits, bounded out by the court, — ^the liber- ' 
ties of the Great river excepted, — as also to choose their 
own officers and make such orders as may be for the 
well ordering of their own towns, being not repugnant 
to any law here established, as also to impose penalties 
for the breach of tlie same, and to estreat and levy the 
same, and for non-payment, to distrain, and if there be 
no personal estate, to sue to the Court, and sell his or 
their house or land for making satisfaction. 

Also each of the aforesaid towns, shall have power, 
by a genecal consent, once every year, to choose out [ 
three, five or seven of their chief inhabitants, whereof ( 
one to be chosen moderator, who having takea an oath 



70WBX8 OF TOWjrS. 



31) 



provided in that case, shall have a casting voice, in case i 
they be equal, which said persons shall meet once in< 
every two months, and being met together, or the raa-^ 
jor part of them, whereof the moderator to be one, they) 
shall have power to hear and determine all controver-? 
sies, either trespasses or debts, not exceeding 40s, pro*) 
vided both parties live in the same town, also any two> 
of them or the moderator may grant out summons to > 
the party or parties to come to their meetings to answer I 
the actions, also to administer oath to any witnesses for ; 
the clearing of the cause, and to give judgment and 
execution against the party offending. But if either* 
party be grieved at the sentence, he shall have liberty 
to appeal to a hie^her Court, provided it be before judg- 
ment and execution be granted. But if it fall out there' 
[ be no ground for the appeal, the Court to confirm the 
I judgment, and give good costs and fine, or punish the' 
I party appealing. 

> The towns aforesaid shall each of them provide a 
' Ledger Book, with an index or alphabet unto the same ; 

, also shall choose one who shall be a Town Clerk or ) 
I Register, who shall, before the General Court in April 
) next, record every man*s bouse and land already granted 
' and measured out to him, with the bounds and quantity 
I of the same, and whosoever shall neglect three months 
, after notice given to bring in to the said Town Clerk or \ 
I Register a note of his bouse and land, with the bounds 

> and quantity of the same, by the nearest estimation, 
^ shall forfeit 10«., and so 10«. a month for every month 

! he shall so neglect : The like to be done for all land \ 
) hereafter granted and measured to any. And all bar« 

> gains or mortgages of land whatsoever, shall be ac- 

> counted of no value until they be recorded ; for which 
[ entry, the Register shall receive 6d. for every parcel, 
V delivering every owner a copy of the same under his 
) hand, whereof 4d. shall be for himself, and 2d. for the 
i Secretary of the Court ; And the said Register, shall 
^ ever> General Court in April and September, deliver 
I into the same a transcript fairly written of all such 
) grants, bargains or engagements recorded by him in 
)to Town Book, and the Secretary of the Court shall 
) record it in a book fairly written, provided for that 



33 



POWBM OF TOWirS. 



purpose, and shall preserve the copy brought in under 
the hand of the Town Clerk. Also the said Town Clerk 
shall have for every search of a parcel Id., and for every 
copy of a parcel 2d.y and a copy of the same under the 
hand of the said Register or Town Clerk and two of the 
men chosen to govern the town shall be a sufficient ev- 
idence to all that bftve the same. 

After the death and decease of any person possessed 
of any estate, be it more or less, and who maketh a will 
in writing or by word of mouth, those men which are 
appointed to order the affairs of the town, where any 
such person deceaseth, shall within one month after 
the same at furthest, cause a true inventory to be taken 
of the said estate in writing, as also to take a copy of 
the said will or testament, and enter it into a book, or 
keep the copy in safe custody, as also enter the names 
upon record of the children and legatees of the testator 
or deceased person ; and the said orderers of the affairs 
of the town are to see every such will and inventory to 
be exhibited into the Public Court within one quarter 
of a year, where the same is to be registered ; and the said 
orderers of the afiairs of the town shall do their endeavor 
in seeing that the estate of the testator be not wasted 
nor spoiled, but improved for the best advantage of the 
children or legatees of the testator, according to the 
mind of the testator, for their and every of their use, by 
their and every of their allowance and approbation. 
But when any person dieth intestate, the said orderers 
of the affairs of the town shall cause an inventory to 
be tttken, and then the public court may grant the ad- 
ministration of the goods and chattels, to the next of 
kin jointly or severally, and divide the estate to wife 
(if any be) children or kindred as in equity they shall 
see meet ; and if no kindred be found, the Court to ad- 
minister for the public good of the common [wealth] 
provided there be an inventory registered that if any of 
the kindred in future time appear, they may have jus- 
tice and equity done unto them : And all charges that 
the Public Court, or the orderers of the affiiirs of the 
town are at about the trust committed to them, either 
for writing or otherwise, it is to be paid out of the 
estate. 



k- 



GovBRiriiEirr of oonnecticut. 



33i 



(&mttnmtnl of ^onnectirnt 



Exeentiye Department. 

HJ8 Excellency 

CLARK BISSELL, New Haven, GovsmroR. 

Age 64. Salary $1100. 

6«orge A. BisseO, Exec. Sec. Salary $200. 

His Honor 

CHARLES J. M'CURDY, Lyme, Lieut. Goverwob. 

Age 49. Salary ^30fJ. Ex officio, President 

* of the Senate. [ 

JOHN B. ROBERTSON, New Haven, Secretary or< 

State. Age 38. Salary ^1000. ' 

James H. Trumbull, Clerk.* i 

During the current year, till May, 1848, the Secretary's salary' 

is f84 and office fees. ' 

JOSEPH B. GILBERT, Hartford, Treasurer. ' 

Age 57. Salary $1000. | 

Jeremiah Brown, Clerk.* < 

ABU AH CATLIN, Harwinton, Comptroller. < 

Age 42. Salar> $1000. i 

Edwin Benjamin, Clerk.* | 

SETH P. BEERS, Commissioner of the School < 

FuwD, AND Superintendent of ' 

Common Schools. . 

Salary .$1250, and traveling expenses. ^ 

Samuel Dodd and EUsha Dodd, Jr., Clerks, j 

John L. Bobwell, State Printer. < 

c.TN0K™rMr' j ^"'^"°" "^^"••^ ^"°'«"'- 1 

James Goodwin, > Auditors of Quarter Master J 

E. G. Hdwe, j (ienerars Accounts. ( 

* Clerks in tbe several State offices are aBowed $2 per day. ] 



34 



GUBBRf ATORIAL VOTE. 



©nbernatorial iJote, 1846 ant 1847. 

30, 137 ( 



,1847. C. Bissell, Whig, 

T. T. Whittlesey, Dem., 
Francis Gillette, AboL, 
Scattering, ... 

Majority for Bissell, 
1846. C. Bissell, Whig, 

Isaac Toucey, Dem., 
F. Gillette, Abol., 
Scattering 



27,402 
- 2,094 

41 29,537 i 



600' 



27,822 

27,203 

2,193 

49 



57,267 



Necessary to a choice, - 28,634 

Mr. Toucey was chosen by the Legislature. 



1 »46. 1 


1847. 


TOWNS. 


1 


1 


1 


1 


i 


• 

1 




> 


a 


< 
54 


^ 


Q 


-< 


HARTFX)RD, 


1223 


941 


1391 


1020 


39 


Avon, 


124 


71 


11 


144 


64 


8 


Berlin, 


352 


345 


47 


358 


324 


50 


Bloomfield, 


108 


191 


18 


115 


198 


19 


Bristol, 


279 


233 


23 


306 


243 


10 


Burlington, 


12] 


122 


7 


116 


117 





Canton, 


209 


152 


28 


213 


156 


25 


East Hartford, 


223 


280 


3 


230 


282 


2 


East Windsor, 


208 


125 


1 


257 


157 




Enfield, 


306 


145 


6 


303 


171 


6 


Farmington, 


155 


200 


58 


« 186 


173 


57 


Glastenbury, 


192 


374 


5 


205 


368 


10 


Granby, 


210 


312 


2 


235 


300 


4 


Hartland, 


81 


130 


2 


90 


112 


2 


Manchester, 


204 


164 


4 


224 


161 


3 


Marllx>rougb, 


76 


74 




75 


80 


3 


Rocky Hill, 


95 


125 


2 


84 


123 


2 


Bimsbury, 


200 


183 




212 


165 


1 


Southington, 


184 


236 


15 


203 


204 


20 


South Windsor, 


160 


171 


1 


155 


148 


2 


Buffield, 


204 


331 


5 


229 


340 


3 



OVBERNATORIAL YOTS. 



3S 



1846. 



TOWNS. 


M 


a 
& 


< 
10 


Wetbersfield, 


249 


214 


Windsor, 


209 


292 


2 


NEW HAVEN, 


1528 


026 


47 


Bethany. 


66 


119 


2 


Branford, 


87 


164 




Cheshire, 


160 


196 


9 


Derby, 


284 


S22 


1 


East Haven, 


158 


75 




Guilford, 


204 


207 


83 


Bamden, 


109 


220 




Madison, 


198 


144 


10 


Meriden, 


. 240 


236 


51 


Middlebary, 


104 


40 


6 


Milford, 


339 


124 


5 


Naugatuck, 


173 


170 


4 


North Branford, 


97 


94 


3 


North Haven, 


123 


160 


1 


Orange, 


132 


82 


3 


Oxford, 


140 


143 


1 


Prospect, 


56 


57 


8 


Bouthbury, 


161 


173 


8 


Wallingford, 


ISO 


231 


14 


Waterbury, 


319 


282 


18 


Wolcott, 


36 


93 


8 


Woodbridge, 


91 


75 




NEW liONDON, 


363 


481 


68 


Norwich, 


756 


478 


53 


Bozrah, 


88 


107 


16 


Colchester, 


204 


199 


8 


East Lyme, 


97 


109 


14 


Franklin, 


71 


91 


23 


Griswoki, 


168 


133 


24 


' Grotoo, 


121 


185 


2 


Lebanon, 


155 


190 


32 


Ledyard, 


88 


12.) 


3 


Lisbon, 


96 


89 


20 


Lyme, 


223 


167 


23 


Montvilie, 


126 


63 


15 


North Stonington, 


160 


229 




Preston, 


142 


188 




Satem, 


70 


89 


10 





1847. 




■ 


g 


1 


^ 


O 


< 


250 


220 


11 


221 


300 


3 


1634 


981 


58 


73 


114 


4 


92 


175 


6 


173 


192 


4 


337 


204 


3 


171 


89 




194 


200 


80 


117 


205 


2 


217 


132 


14 


265 


311 


57 


98 


42 


4 


324 


111 


7 


179 


162 


1 


94 


88 


. 3 


110 


142 


r 1 


127 


79 


4 


135 


167 


2 


70 


71 


12 


161 


143 


5 


145 


244 


14 


348 


233 


19 


46 


95 


8 


103 


80 




424 


412 


54 


875 


482 


57 


90 


107 


14 


203 


165 


3 


120 


81 


12 


81 


95 


21 


172 


109 


16 


133 


200 


5 


172 


193 


28 


126 


117 




112 


83 


14 


234 


158 


15 


136 


08 


11 


163 


205 


2 


168 


170 




80 


76 


7 



m 



GUBEBNATORIAL VOTE. 







184^6. 






1847. 




TOWNS. 


. 


• 


i 


• 


i 


t 




^ 


Q 


< 
18 


n 


< 


Stonington, 


339 


229 


369 


276 


30 


Waterford, 


96 


163 


18' 


, 96 


153 


24 


FAIRFIELD, 


313 


134 




344 


142 




Danbury, 


426 


416 


5 


530 


495 


15 


Bridgeport, 


376 


358 


3 


431 


366 


7 


Brookfield, 


123 


154 




132 


150 




Darien, 


78 


75 


17 


118 


76 


17 


Easton, 


113 


144 




111 


134 




Greenwich, 


298 


296 


19 


288 


290 


16 


Huntington, 


145 


152 




139 


141 


2 


Monroe, 


81 


165 


7 


82 


136 


5 


New Canaan, 


139 


193 


11 


146 


203 


16 


• New Fairfield, 


67 


102 


2 


83 


103 


2 


Newtown, 


259 


286 


6 


256 


316 


4 


Norwalk, 


342 


222 


22 


426 


241 


12 


Riding, 


164 


168 


7 


180 


163 


4 


Ridgefield, 


172 


153 


2 


232 


164 




Sherman, 


47 


112 


9 


51 


112 


8 


Stamford, 


334 


236 


1 


408 


195 




Stratford, 


165 


145 


19 


171 


127 


13 


Trumbull, 


135 


162 




146 


145 




Weston, 


47 


114 


2 


50 


111 


3 


Westport, 


144 


185 


5 


186 


164 


5 


Wilton, 


178 


134 


61 


199 


136 


4 


BROOKLYN, 


135 


134 


2o; 


125 


107 


25 


Asbford, 


160 


201 


57 


195 


210 


54 


Canterbury, 


145 


144 


5 


155 


137 


2 


Chaplin, 


78 


76 


11 


89 


89 


8 


Hampton, 


67 


no 


24; 


70 


103 


25 


Killlngly, 


290 


364 


39 


330 


364 


47 


Plainfield, 


193 


189 


19 


202 


210 


30 


Pomfret, 


190 


127 


33 


183 


122 


25 


Sterling, 


74 


123 


4 


81 


112 


5 


Thompson, 


303 


239 


33 


327 


277 


48 


Voluntown, 


45 


112 


17 


54 


120 


1 


Windham, 


195 


288 


69 


259 


331 


61 


Woodstock, 


227 


235 


91 


25 


237 


75 


LITCHFIELD, 


400 


440 


13 


433 


460 


5 


Barkhamsted, 


169 


140 


24 


171 


154 


18 


Bethlem, . 


71 


104 




70 


109 


1 


Canaan, 


199 


265 


13 


200 


271 


4 



OtTBERNATOHIAL TOTB. 







1846. 




TOWNS. 


2 


• 


1 




^ 


fi 


< 
19 


Colebrook, 


87 


166 


CornwaU, 


166 


186 


16 


Goshen, 


212 


89 


1 


Harwinton, 


136 


76 


34 


Kent, 


169 


184 




New Hartford, 


167 


126 


27 


New MlUbrd, 


361 


388 


41 


Norfolk, 


152 


109 


20 


Flymoutb, 


255 


230 


35 


Rozbury, 


72 


145 


15 


Salisbury, 


199 


270 


6 


Sharon, 


228 


207 


13 


Torrington, 


103 


138 


42 


Warren, 


74 


70 


15 


Washington, 


161 


176 


30 


Watertown, 


162 


111 


20 


Winchester, 


207 


169 


48 


Woodbury, 


229 


199 


2 


MIDDLETOWN, 


628 


646 


39 


Haddam, 


194 


258 


1 


Chatham, 


70 


156 




Chester, 


58 


103 


17 


Clinton, 


120 


89 


10 


Durham, 


119 


100 


6 


East Haddam, 


213 


270 


3 


Killingworth, 


63 


160 


8 


Portland, 


322 


172 




Saybrook, 


329 


244 


30 


Westbrook, 


94 


74 


37 


TOTJiAND, 


114 


162 


16 


Bolton, 


49 


86 


4 


Cojlnmbia, 


78 


130 


6 


Coventry, 


226 


177 


24 


Ellington, 


121 


145 


6 


Hebron, 


176 


172 


19 


Mansfield, 


148 


192 


27 


Somers, 


143 


187 


14 


Stafford, 


845 


394 


20 


Union, 


67 


73 


3 


Vernon, 


323 


104 




WiUington, 


125 


114 


8 





1847. 




■i 


§ 


1 

< 


84 


148 


17 


161 


153 


19 


331 


78 




139 


74 


33 


185 


168 


1 


221 


126 


33 


373 


378 


33 


158 


106 


33 


370 


213 


37 


81 


151 


10 


336 


343 


8 


332 


194 


5 


314 


114 


41 


80 


88 


11 


163 


166 


19 


170 


131 


34 


315 


167 


47 


250 


216 


4 


625 


681 


31 


206 


247 




70 


168 


3 


74 


116 


13 


121 


81 


13 


95 


116 


5 


323 


270 


1 


69 


148 


11 


314 


173 




368 


267 


35 


108 


73 


36 


139 


65 


14 


44 


86 


7 


66 


126 


10 


221 


161 


15 


134 


148 


6 


180 


175 


14 


176 


182 


31 


162 


189 


14 


270 


266 


18 


75 


63 


3 


255 


104 


6 


127 


101 


8 



GENERAL ASSEMBLY. 



SENATE ; 
Together with a list of the towns composing the several Distri^s. 

His Honor CHARLES J. M'CURDY, Lyme, President. 

1. Hartford, Wethersfield, Berlin, Southington, Rocky i 
Hill. 

T. C. Perkins, W., Hartford; age 48; Lawyer. 

2. Enfield, Suffield, East Windsor, East Hartford, 
Glastenbury, Marlboroueh, Manchester, South' 
Windsor, 

Samuex Norris, D., Suffield ; 68 ; Farmer. 

3. Hartland, Granby, Simsbury, Windsor, Canton, 
Farmington, Bristol, Burlington, Avon, Bloomfield. 

Thomas G. Hoix;omb, W., Granby ; 39 ; Farmer. 

4. New Haven, Hamden, Woodbridge. 

Marcus Merriman, Jr ,* W., New Haven; 55 > 
Manufacturer. 

5. Milford, Orange, Derby, Oxford, Middlebury, Wa- 
terbury, Bethany, Wolcott, Southbury, Naugatuck. 

Jason W. Bradley, W., Bethany; 38; Farmer. 

6. Guilford, Branford, North Branford, East Haven, 
North Haven, Madison, Wallingford, Meriden, 
Cheshire, Prospect. 

RuFus Rogers, D., North Branford; 52; Farmer. 

7 New London, Groton, Ledyard, Stonington, Wa- 
terford. 

Ephraim Willi ikMS, D., Stonington; 56; Merch't. 

8. Norwich, North Stonington, Preston, Griswold, 
Lisbon, Franklin. 

David Baldwin, W., Preston ; 48; Merchant. 

* Members in 1846. 



SENATE. 



39 



9. Lyme, Colchester, LebaDoin Montville, Salem, 
Bozrah, East Lyme. 

Orhamel Whittlesey, W., Salem; 45; Piano 
Forte maker. 

10. Fairfield, Bridgeport, Stratford, Huntington, Wes- 
ton, Trumbull, Monroe, Westport, Easton. 

John Goclj), W., Fairfield; 46; Commerce. 

11. Danbury, Rid^e field, Redding, Newtown, Brook-' 
field, New Fairfield, Sherman. 

Lemuel Sanford, D., Redding; 30; Farmer. 

12. Norwalk, Darien, Stamford, Greenwich, New Ca- 
naan, Wilton. 

Charles Marvin,* W., Wilton ; 43 ; Farmer. 

13. Brooklyn, Canterbury, Hampton, Plainfield, Ster- 
ling, Volun town, Windham, Chaplin. 

,^ William Witter, D., Canterbury ; 43 ; Physician. 

> 14. Ashford, Eastford, Killingly, Pomfret, Thompson, 
Woodstock. 

Faxon Nichols, W., Thompson ; 55 ; Farmer. 

15. Litchfield, Harwinton, New Hartford, Torrington, 
( WinchestA, Barkhamsted, Colebrook. 

Gideon Hall, Jr., W., Winsted ; 38 ; Lawyer. 

16. New Milford, Warren, Washington, Roxbury, Beth- 
lem, Woodbury, Watertown, Plymouth. 

John C. Ambler, W., Bethlem ; 45 ; Farmer. 

17. Salisbury, Canaan, Norfolk, Sharon, Cornwall, Go- 
shen, Kent. 

John H. Hdbbard, W., Salisbury ; 43; Lawyer. 

18. Middletown, Durham, Chatham, Portland. 
Noah A. Phelps, D., Middletown; 58; Lawyer. 

<19. Haddam, Chester, Clinton, East Haddam, Killing- 
worth, Say brook, Westbrook. 
Joshua L'Hommemeu, D., Chester ; Manufacturer. 
20. Tolland, Ellington, Somers, Stafford, Union, Wil- 
lington. 
Luther Eaton,* D., Tolland; 61; Mechanic. 



40 



GSNEIIAL ASSEMBLY. 



21. Bolton, Coventry, Columbia, Hebron, Mansfield, 
Vernon. v 

Samuel. F. West, W., Columbia; 34 : Farmer. 

Allowance of Senators $2 per day. 

Clerky James H. Holcomb, Hartford. Pay same 
as senators. 

Messenger, Chester Adams. 

Assistant Messenger, Nathan M. Waterman. 

Door-keeper, Westell Russell. 

W. indicates Whig, and D. Democrat ; tbe figures denote the 
age, &c. The same in the House. 



JStnatoml l)ole, 1846 anb 1847. 





* 


1846. 




1847. 


i 


• 


g 


t 


-^ 

% 


• 


• 


1 


. 


^ 


^ 


Q 


< 


H 


> 


fi 


< 


S 


1 


2015 


1790 


256 


4061 


2268 


1835 


118 


4223 


2 


1592 


1632 


11 


3256 


1686 


1691 


1 


3378 


3 


1685 


1868 


14S 


3695 


1843 


' 1766 


124 


3736 


4 


1681 


1122 


41 


2845 


1814 


' 1229 


58 


3123 


5 


1707 


1433 


40 


3212 


1836 


1332 


3 


3204 


6 


1455 


1563 


131 


3151 


1529 


1637 


186 


3353 


7 


999 


1168 


108 


2275 




1210 


1162 


2374 


8 


1388 


1192 


111 


2700 


1549 


1113 


106 


2773 


9 


952 


876 


96 


1932 


1015 


j 872 


81 


1970 


10 


1526 


1553 


29 


3112 


1666 


' 1470 


24 


3161 


11 


1241 


1307 


39 


2699 


1464 


1491 




2961 


12 


1392 


1201 


69 


2664 


1612 


, 1122 


60 


2798 


13 


975 


1129 


14] 


2252 


1027 


1191 


151 


2378 


14 


1178 


1160 


230 


2571 


1290 


1200 


231 


2721 


15 


1339 


1257 


192 


2789 


1483 


1 


1381 


2866 


16 


1381 


1400 


123 


2906 


1455 


' 1428 


117 


2901 


17 


1327 


1301 


65 


2695 


1382 


1217 


42 


2646 


18 


1029 


1051 


33 


2114 


993 


1139 


38 


2173 


19 


962 


1270 


100 


2342 


1160 


1185 


102 


2447 


20 


782 


961 


59 


1820 


893 


912 


57 


1867 


21 


888 


851 


74 


1813 


930 


829 


63 


1823 



BOUSE OF BEPRESENTATIVES. 



41 



HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. 

LA FAYETTE 3. FOSTER, JVorwiek, Speakto. 
ADowance $2 50 per day. ' - 

Hartford, Charles Chapman, W. 47, Attorney. 
Ch*v. Howard, W. 35, Attorney. 
Avon, Shubael Tillotsoo, 
Berlin, J. S. Brande^ee, 
Walter Gladden, 
Bloomfield^Ben}, Graham, 
Bristol^ Noble Jerome, 
Burlington, Bowers French, 
Canton, Imri L. Spencer, 
E. Hartford, C. H. Olmsted, 
Henry Lester, 
E. Windsor^ John Clark, 

•Lem. Stoughton, W. 39, Farmer. 
Enfield, James Alexander, W. 53, Weaver. 
Aholiab Johnson, W. 48, Attorney. 

Farmington, Chauncey Rowe, W. 32, Merchant. 



W. 51. 

W. 34, Cotton manf. 

W. 31, Carpenter. 

D. 39, Farmer. 

W. 46, Manufacturer. I 

W. 61, Farmer. 

W. 44, Farmer. 

D. 49. 

D. 50, Shoemaker. 

W. 35, Manufacturer. I 



L. H. Carter, 
Glaatenbury, Thad's Welles, 
Charles Treat, 
Chranby, John Dewey, 

Henry Merwin, 
Hartland, Charles Case, 
Francis Clark, 
\ Manchester, Miner White, 
.Marlborough, Asa Day, 
Rocky HilU James T. Pratt. 
Simsbury, Luther Richards, 
Thos. J. Wilcox, 
8outhington,Vrb?ine Woodruff, W. 47, Farmer. 

Alfred Hotchkiss, W. 37, Manufacturer. 
S. Windsor, S. T. Avery, W. 38, Farmer. 

Suffield, Alvin Lewis, 

Halsey S. Wright. 
Wethersfield, Jed'h Deming, 
Sam'l Hanmer, 
Windsor, Samuel Clark, 
F. M. Brown, 



W. 36, Brass founder. 
D. 41, Farmer. 
D. 66, Farmer. 
D. 60, Farmer. 
D. 30, Merchant. 
D. 54, Farmer. 
D. 47, Farmer. 
W. 63, Farmer. 
D. 44, Merchant 
D. 42, Farmer. 
W. 41, Weaver. 
W. 38, Carpenter. 



D. 32, Carpenter. 
D. 34, Farmer. 
W. 56, Farmer. 
W. 67, Farmer. 
D. 35, Merchant. 
D. 30, Machinist. 



* Members in 1846. 



43 



OBirESAL AS8EMBI.T. 



New Haven, W. H. Russell, W. 37, 

H. E. Peck, W. 42, 

Bethany, Miles French, D. '*41, 

Branfordt Orrin D. Squire, D. 62, 

Cheshire, Julius Brooks, D. 46, 

William Mix, D. 30, 

Derby, ♦Thomas Burlock, W. 41. 

E. Haven, *Jas. Thompson, W. 68, 

Guilford, ♦Reuben Stone, D. 57, 

•William Hale, D. 40, 

Hamden, Henry Munson, D. 40, 

Madison, Wm. C. Bushnell, W. 36, 

Meriden, Ashbel Griswold, D. 

Middlebury, Jacob Linsley, W. 55, 

Milford, Samuel Beach, W. 62, 

EUas Clark, W. 36, 

JVaugatuek, Thos. Spencer, W. 59, 

JV. Branford, Fred'k Fowler, W. 30, 

JV. Haven, O. H. Doolitlle, D. 2S, 

Orange Benj. I. Clark, W. 33, 

Oxford, Everett Booth. D. 55, 

Prospect, ♦Ransom R. Russell, W. 60, 

Southbury, Geo. P. Shelton, W. 26, 

WalHngford, J. D. Reynolds, D. 63, 

Wm. W. Ives, D. 30, 

Waterbury, Green Kendrick, W. 49, 

G. W. Benedict, W. 32, 

Woleott, Henry Minor, D. 37, 

Woodbridge, N. Baldwin, W. 51, 

New Lonton, ♦N. Belcher, D. 33, 

H. Willey, W. 28, 

JVonmeh, Charles Bliss, W. 50, 

•La Fayette S. Foster, W. 40, 

Bozrah, Christ'r. B. Rogers, D. 54, 

Colchester, Alfred B. Pierce, W. 44, 

Alfred I. Loomis, W. 60, 

jB, Lyme, F. B. Loomis, W. 32, 

I Franklin. Asa B. Tracy, D. 31 , 

Griswold, Russell Rix, W. 49, 

Groton, ♦David A. DaboU, D. 34. 

Elisha Morgan, D. 53, 



Teacher. 

Merchant. 

Farmer. 

Founder. 

Farmer. 

Manufacturer. 



1 

s 



Farmer. 

Farmer. 

Mariner. 

Farmer. 

Mariner. 

Pewterer. 

Physician. 

Cooper. 

Farmer. 

Farmer. 

Manufacturer. \ 

Farmer. 

Farmer. 

Farmer. 

Manufacturer. 

Farmer. 

Merchant 

Farmer. 

Manufacturer. 

Manufacturer. 

Farmer. 

Farmer. 

Manufacturer. 

Attorney. 

Farmer. 

Lawyer. 

Wool dealer. 

Cabinet mak. 

Farmer. 

Manufacturer. 

Innkeeper. 

Farmer .J 

Farmer. 



BOUSB OF KBFSESENTATIVBS. 



43 • 



Lebanon, Geo. H. Hill, 

Eben. Johnson, Jr., 
Ledyard, John Brewster, Jr., 
iLisbon, Edwin Kimball, 
\Lyme, Reuben Lord, 
Oliver I. Lay. 
^MontviUe, Nicholas Latimer, 
I JV. Stonington, J. D. Gallup, 

J. Sheffield, 
^Prestont Edwin Palmer, 
Charles Hewitt, 
Salem, Mark Dodge. 
Stonington, *Chas. H. Allen, 
Jos. Noyes, Jr. 
Waterford, W. A. Bailey, 

iFAmnELB, Oliver H. Perry, 

Ira B. Wheeler, 
Danbury, Richard Osborn, 

Wm. A. Judd, 
Bridgeport, Joshua Lord, 
! Brookfield, Alfred Morris, 
Darien, *isaac L. Hoyt, 
JEaaton, John S. Adams, 
Greenwich, * Augustus Mead, 

Dann M. Griffon, 
Huntington, Steph. Beardsley, 
Monroe, Agur Beardsley, Jr., 
JVetD Canaan, *H. Carter, 
JVew Fairfield, Levi Penfield, 
J^ewtoum, Chas. Dikeman, 

Alonzo Sherman, 
J)rorwalk, Samuel Jarvis, 

Asa Hill, - 
Bedding, Bradley Hill, 

Samuel S. Osborn, 
Ridgefield, Abijah Ressequie, 

Benj. D. Norris, 
Sherman, Seth Pepper, 
Stamford, »Wm. T. Minor, 

Amzi Scofield, 
Stratford, Everitt Wheeler, 



D. 


30. 


Leather manf. 


D. 


50, 


Farmer. 


W. 


31 


, Farmer. 


W. 


36, 


Merchant. 


W. 


63 


, Farmer. 


w. 


47, 


, Manufacturer. 


w. 


50, 


Farmer. 


D. 


57, 


Farmer. 


D. 


48, 


Carriage mak. 


W. 


41, 


, Farmer. 


D. 


34, 


Farmer. 


D. 


55, 


» Farmer. 


W. 


30, 


, Manufacturer. 


W. 


52, 


Farmer. 


D. 


29, 


, Stone cutter. 


W. 


32, 


t Commerce. 


W. 


63, 


, Merchant. 


w 


45, 


, Farmer. 


w. 


33 


> Merchant. 


w. 


47, 


, Druggist. 


D. 


45, 


Farmer. 


W. 


28, 


, Farmer. 


D. 


30, 


Merchant. 


D. 


42, 


, Farmer. 


D. 


40, 


, Farmer. 


D, 


24, 


Farmer. 


D, 


37, 


, Farmer. 


D. 


56, 


Farmer. 


D. 


39 


, Farmer. 


D. 


36 


, Farmer. 


D. 


32 


, Blacksmith. 


W. 


68, 


, Farmer. 


w. 


31, 


, Dental surg. 


w. 


48 


, Farmer. 


w. 


35. 


, Shoemaker. 


w. 


66 


, Innkeeper. 


w. 


37 


, Farmer. 


D. 


43, 


, Farmer. 


W. 


30, 


Lawyer. 


W. 


52, 


Farmer. 


W. 


60, 


Farmer. 



44 



GENERAL ASSEMBLT. 



Trumbull, P. N. Fairchild, 
Westorif Joseph Rowland, 
WestporU Hezekiah Allen, 
Wilton, Samuel P. Randle, 

Brooklyn, John Gallup, 3d, 
Askford, Roderick Stebbins, 

George Lincoln, 
Canterbury, Eben. Sanger, 

Albert Dewing, 
Chaplin, Alvin Moulton, 
Hampton, C. F. Cleveland, 
JKillingly, William James. 
George Warren, 
Plainfield, Amos Witter, Jr., 

A. C. Lester, 
Pomfret, *Chas. Matthewson, 

Saml. P. Sumner, 
Sterling, William Crary, 
Thompson, Wm. H. Chandler, 

Franklin Bailey, 
Voluntown, Samuel Gates, 
Windham, Jairus Littlefield, 

William Wales, 
Woodstock, Joseph Lyman, 

Augustus Skinner, 

iLiTCHnuLD, •David Marsh, 

♦Geo. Seymour, 
Barkhamsted, Saml. W. Pine, 

Linus Bliss, 
I Bethlem, Nicholas Moss, 
Canaan, Wm. S. Marsh, 
Fred. Watson, 
Colebrook, James Cobb, 
H. Persons, 
Cornwall, Chalker Pratt, 

John C. Calhoun. 
Goshen, ♦Austin Allen, 

Simeon Loomis, 
\Harwinton, ♦Gardner Preston, 

S. G. Catlin, 
)ICent, John L. Stuart, 



w. 


37, 


Papermaker. 


D. 


67, 


Farmer. 


W. 


65, 


Mariner. 


w. 


53, 


Farmer. 


W. 


40, 


Farmer. 


In. 


30, 


Medical prac. 


D. 


50, 


Tanner. 


D. 


58, 


Farmer. 


W. 


27, 


Farmer. 


D. 


43, 


Farmer. 


D. 


48, 


Attorney. 


D. 


53, 


Farmer. 


D. 


48, 


Farmer. 


W. 


27, 


Farmer. 


D. 


27, 


Farmer. 


W. 


35, 


Farmer. 


W. 


40, 


Farmer. 


P. 


39, 


Farmer. 


W. 


32, 


Farmer. 


W. 


38, 


Merchant. 


D. 


50, 


Farmer. 


D. 


63, 


Mason. 


D. 


33, 


Mason. 


W. 


52, 


Farmer. 


W. 


45, 


Cabinet mak. 


D. 


63, 


Farmer. 


D. 


30, 


Physician. 


W. 


32, 


Farmer. 


W. 


49, 


Farmer. 


D. 


45, 


Farmer. 


D. 


58, 


Farmer. 


D. 


30, 


Merchant. 


D. 


51, 


Farmer. 


P. 


36, 


Tanner. 


W. 


54, 


Merchant. 


W. 


48. 


Manufacturer. 


W. 


45, 


Farmer. 


W. 


38, 


Millwright. 


w. 


40, 


Farmer. 


W. 


40, 


Farmer. 


W. 


40, 


Manufacturer. 



HOUSE OF REFBSSENTATIVES. 



45 



JSTew Hartford, R. H. Mills, W. 

T. G. Jerome, W. 

JV«o Milford, H. Merwin, W. 

H. S. Mygatt, W. 

J>rorfolk, Oliver B. Butler, W. 

John K. Shepard, W. 

Plymouth, Levi Heaton, W. 

Roxbury, Charles Thomas, D. 

Salisbury, Amos L. Pattison, W. 

Wm. H. Walton, D. 

Sharon, *John P. Goodwin, W. 

Charles Sears, W. 

Torrington, ♦Lorrain Hinsdale, W. 

♦N. Roberts. W. 

Warren, Clark S. Swift, W. 

Washington, Piatt Bryan, D. 

N. H. Cary, D. 

Watertown, Edward Hickcox, W. 

Winchester, Geo. Dudley, W. 

Marcus Munsill; W. 

Woodbury, N. B. Smith, W. 

R. H. Hotchkiss, W. 

MiDDLETOWN, C. Woodward, D. 48, 

H. D. Smith, D. 45, 

Haddam, Hezekiah Scoville, D. 59, 

Simon Shailer, D, 70, 

Chatham, Charles Jacobs, D. 37, 

Wm. G. Buell, D. 36, 

Cheater, William Miller, D. 40, 

Clinton, Geo. B. Hilliard, W. 36, 

Durham, C. M. Parsons, D. 42, 

Wolcott P. Stone, W. 36, 

E. Haddam, ♦Wm. Palmer, D. 50, 

L. Dickinson, D. 53, 

Killingfjoorth, *E. Griswold, D. 53. 

Abel Willcox, D. 43. 

Portland, Alfred Hall, W. 37, 

Saybrook, Geo. H. Chalker, W. 40, 

C. R. Doane, W. 47, 

Westbrook, ♦A. Chittenden, W. 48, 

Tolland, Loren P. Waldo, D. 45, 

Wm. W.Eaton, *D. 31, 



34, Attorney. 

27, Farmer. 

43, Farmer. 

28, Merchant. 
54, Shoemaker. 

31, Tanner. 
37, Farmer. 
56, Farmer. 

44, Tinner. 
Farmer. 

35, Farmer. 
47, Tanner, &c. 

45, Blacksmith. 

32, P'armer. 
41, Farmer. 
58, Farmer. 
34, Carpenter. 
53. Farmer. 
43, Tanner. 

46, Farmer. 

51, Farmer. 

52, Manufacturer. 

Physician. 

Gun smith. 

Blacksmith. 

Clergyman. 

Rope manf. 

Mariner. 

Farmer. 

Farmer. 

Shoemaker. 

Farmer. 

Manufacturer,! 

Farmer. 

Farmer. 

Farmer. 

Quarryman. 

Farmer. 

Mariner. 

Farmer. 

Attorney. 
Lawyer. 



!46 



GENERAI. ASSEUBLY. 



Bolton, Royal S. White, 
Columbia i Dan*l Fuller, 
Coventry y Hezekiah Edgerton, 

Gurley Phelps, 
\ Ellington, Stedman Nash, 
Hebron, William T. Jones, 

Harvey Brown, 
Manqfieldy G. W. Aspinwall, 



47, Farmer. 
58, Farmer. 
55, Machinist. 
43, Farmer. 
61, Mason. 
40, Mason. 
46, Merchant. 
26, Farmer. 



Thos. Tillinghast, D. 58, Farmer. 



40, Physician. 
49, Merchant. 

38, Joiner. 
40, Farmer. 
45, Farmer. 

56, Farmer. 

39, Farmer. 

57, Farmer. 
39, Merchant. 



Somers, E. E. Hamilton, 

S. Billings, Jr., 

Stafford, Minor Fenton, 

E. K. Bradley, 

Union, *Burk Foster, 

Abijah Sessions, 
Vernon, Elisha Pember, 
Willington, Roderick Fenton, 
Harvey Merrick, 
Allowance of Members j^l 50 per day. 

Clerk, Francis Bacon, Litchfield, Attorney at law. 
" Henry T. Hough, Chaplin, Farmer. 
Allowance $2 per day. 

Messenger, Elisha Bigelow. 
Assistant, Walter P. Chamberlain. 
Door-keeper, Wm. Russell. 

Recapititlatiott. 
Senate ; whole number of members, - 21 

Whig 13 ; Dem. 8. In 1846, Wbig 10, Dem. 11. 
House; No. Towns, 145; No. Members, 220. 



Abol. 







1847. 




1846. 




Whiaj. 


Pern. 


Ind. Whig. 


Dem. 


Hartford 


Co. 22 


15 


19 


18 


New Haven 


'* 16 


13 


15 


14 


New London 


" 15 


12 


9 


18 


Fairfield 


'* 18 


12 


13 


17 


Windham 


9 


11 


1 7 


13 


Litchfield 


" 27 


11 


22 


16 


Middlesex 


" 6 


12 


9 


9 


Tolland 


6 


14 


9 


1] 




119 


100 


1 103 


116 




JOINT COMMITTESS. 



47 



JOINT COMMITTEES. 

The names of the Committees of the House are arranged ac- 
cording to counties, with the exception of the first mentioned, 
who is chairman in the absence of the Senator. 

Judiciary. — Senator Perkins; Messrs. Chapman, Hart- 
ford; Peck, Willey, Perry, Lyman, D. Marsh,* H. 
D. Smith,* and Waldo.* 

School Fund. — Senator Hubbard; Messrs. Eendrick, 
Waterbury; N. Jerome, Pierce, Mead,* Warrenj* 
H. Merwin, Parsons* and Sessions. 

Banks. — Senator Merwin ; Messrs. Minor, Stamford ; \ 
A.Johnson, Brooks,* C. Bliss, Chandler, Watson,* i 
Miller* and Pember. 

State Prison. — Senator Marvin; Messrs. Howard, | 
Hartford; Beach, G. H. Hill,* A. Beardslee,* James,* i 
Butler, Hall and Merrick. 

\^ew Toums and Probate Districts. — Senator Gould ;| 
Messrs. Wheeler, Fairfield ; Richards, Doolittle,* i 
Kimball, Skinner, Hinsdale, Dickinson* and Jones.*^ i 

Roads and Bridges. — Senator Ambler; Messrs. Bur-| 
lock, Derby; T.J.Wilcox, Morgan,* Jarvis, Mat- 
thewson, W. S. Marsh,* Jacobs* and Fenton.* 

Incorporations other than Banks. — Senator Nichols ;| 
Messrs. Mills, New Hartford ; Day,* Benedict, A. I. 
Loomis, Hoyt, Moulton,* £. Griswold* and Edgerton.* i 

Claims, — Senator Hall ; Messrs. Welles,* Glastenbory ;' 
R. Stone,* F. B. Lewis, R. Osborn, Sumner, Sears, | 
Chalker and Fuller.* 

IHoorce, — Senator Whittlesey; Messrs. Woodward ,•< 
Middletown ; Hanmer, T. Spencer, E. Palmer, Pep-[ 
per,* F. Bailey, Dudley and Aspinwall.* 

[Edvx^ation. — Senator Williams;* Messrs. Russell, New' 
Haven; Rowe, Lay, Carter,* Lincoln,* Calhoun,) 
Shailer* and Nash. 

Sale of Lands. — Senator L'Hommedieu ;* Messrs.] 
Belcher,* New London ; Alexander, H. Minor,* Res-, 
sequie, Littlefield,* Pine, Chittenden and Eaton.* 



48 



COURTS. 



Military Returns. — Senator West; Messrs. Gates,* 
Gladden and Catlin. 

Military Affairs. — Senator Baldwin ; Messrs. Pratt, 
Rocky Hill ;* Shelton, Hewitt,* B. Hill, Witter, 
Mygatt, Buell* and R. S. White.* 

Taxation. — Senator Bradley ; Messrs. Reynolds,* Wal- 
lingford ; Woodruff, Rix, J. Lord, Stebbins, Cobb,* 
W. Palmer* and Hamilton.* 

Rail Roads. — Senator Hubbard ; Messrs. Smith, Wood- 
bury ; Dewey,* Bushnell, Rogers,* H Allen, Dewing, 
Doane and Phelps.* 

Federal Relations. — Senator Holcomb ; Messrs. Peck, 
New Haven ; Brandegee, Brewster, Fairchild, San- 
ger,* Pattison, A. Wilcox* and Tillinghast.* 

* Democrats. 



COMMITTEE ON REVISION OF STATUTES. 

Henry Dutton, New Haven : Loren P. Waldo, Tol- 
land ; Francis Fellowes, Hartford. 



dotirts. 

U. S. Glrcuit and District Oourts In 
Connecticut. 

STEPHEN NELSON, Cooperstown, N. Y., Circuit 
Judge. 

ANDREW T. JUDSON, Canterbury, District Judge. 

Charles A. IngersoU, New Haven, District Clerk. 

Jonathan Stoddard, New Haven, District Attorney. 

Benning Mann, Hartford, Marshall. 

Walter Harris, Hartford, C. L. DaboU, New London, 
I Deputy Marshalls. 

Circuit Court. jyTeto Haven, 4th Tuesday in 
April ; Hartford, 3d Tuesday in September. 

District Court. JSTew Haven, 4th Tuesday in 
I February, and 4th Tuesday in August. Hartford, 4th 
(Tuesday in May, and 4th Tuesday in November. 



SUPREME COURT OF BBRORS. 



49 



Supreme Court of Errors. 

SAMUEL CHURCH, Litchfield, Chief Judge. Sal- 
ary ^1300. 

William L. Storrs, Hartford ; Henry M. Waite, 
Lyme; Joel Hinman, New Haven; William W. 
Ellsworth, Hartford, Associate Judges. Salary 

$1250. 

Thomas Day, Hartford, Reporter. Salary $550. 

Terms. Hartford, 2d Tuesday in June ; JSTew Ha- 
ven, Tue«. following the 4th Tues. in June; Aeio 
Londo7iy 3d Tues. in July, alternately at New London 
and Norwich ; Fairfield, 4th Tues. in June, alternately 
at Fairfield and Danbury; Windham, 4th Tuesday in 
July; Litchfield, 3d Tues. in June; Middlesex, 2d 
Tues. in July, alternately at Middletown and Haddam;i 
Tolland, Tues. following the 4th Tues. in July. 



Superior Courts. 

Allotment of Judges for 1847-8. 

^ SUMMER terms. 

Judge Waite, Middlesex and Fairfield. 
Judge Storrs, New London and Windham. 
Judge Hinman, Hartford and Tolland. 
Judge Ellswortb, Litchfield and New Haven. 

WINTER TERMS 

Chief Judge Church, Litchfield and New London. 

Judge Waite, Windham and Tolland. 

Judge Storrh, Hartford. 

Judge HiNMAN, New Haven and Middlesex. 

Judge Ellsworth, Fairfield. 

Terms. Hartford, 2d Tuesday in January, 4th i 
Tues. in September; JVew? Haven, 4th Tues. in Janu- 
ary, 2d Tues. in October; JVlew London, 3d Tues. in; 
March, at Norwich, 2d Tuesday in September, at New, 
London; Fairfield, 1st Tues. in October, at Danbury, 
2d Tues. of February, at Fairfield; Windham, 4th 



50 



OOURTS. 



Tues. in January, 1st Tues. in October ; Litchfield^ 3d| 
Tues. in February, 3d Tues. in August; MiddleseXy^ 
4th Tues. in February, at Middletown, 4th Tuesday in, 
August, at Haddam ; Tolland, 4th Tues. in April, 3d i 
Tues. in October. 



County Courts. 

(For Judges, &c., see Counties.) 

Termp. Hartford Co. Fourth Tuesday in March, 
Ist Tues. in August, 2d Tues. in November. 

JVitr Haven Co. Third Tuesday in March, 4th 
Tues. in June, 4th Tues. in November. 

JVeto London Co. Second Tuesday in February, al- 
ternately at New London and Norwich, 2d Tues. ini 
June at New London, 2d Tues. in November, at Nor- 1 
wich. 

Fairfield Co. Second Tuesday in August, at Dan- 
bury, 2d Tues, in December, at Fairfield. 

Windham Co.. Second Tuesday in August, lst| 
Tues. in March, 2d Tues. in December. 

Litchfield Co. Second Tuesday in April, 2d Tues. 
in Oct., and 3d Tues, in Dec. 

Middlesex Co. Tuesday after tlje first Monday in 
April, at Haddam, 3d Tues. in October, at Middletown. 

Tolland Co. Fourth Tues. in Mai'ch, 4th Tues. in| 
I August, 4th Tues. in December. 



Probate Courts. 

A complete history of the Probnte Courts, from the first orgaxii- 1 
I zation of the government to the present time, was given in the 
'Begisterfor 1847 The following embraces the names of the 
'Districts, dates of organization, judges appointed May, L847, and 
'towiifl where more than one is embraced in a District. 

I AsHFORD, 1830, Ashford, Eastford. Elisha Byles, Judge. 
I Avon, 1S44, Francis Woodford, Judge. 

Barkhamsted, 1834, Hiram Goodwin, Judge. 

Berlin, 1824, Henry Nash, Judge. 



FKOBATE COURTS. 



51 



BozBAH, 1843, Albert 6. Avery, Judge. 
Bridgeport, 1782, Bridgeport, Huntington, Trum- 
bull, Monroe. Dwight Morris, Judge. 
Bristol, 1830, Tracy Peck, Judge. 
Brooklyn, 1833, Edward Fogg, Judee. 
Burlington, 1834, Frederick Bull, Judge 
Canaa , 1846, William G. Pierce, Judge. 
Caitterbury, 1835, Solomon Payne, Judge. 
Canton, 1841, Ephraim Mills, Judge. 
Chatham, 1824, David Cornwall, Judge. 
Cheshire, 1829, Cheshire, Prospect. Silas Hitchcock, 

Judge. 
Colchester, 1832, David B. Carroll, Judge. 
Cornwall, 1847, Philo Kellogg, Judge. 
Danrury, 1 744, Danbury, New Fairfield. Nelson L. 

White, Judge. 
East Haddam, 1741, Moses Culver, Judge. 
East Lyme, 1.-43, Edward R. Warren, Judge. 
EAfiT Windsor, 1782, East Windsor, South Windsor. 

William Barnes, Judj^e. 
Ellington, 1826, Ellington, Vernon. Phineas Tal- 

cott. Judge. ' 

Enfield, 1831, Aholiab Johnson, Judge. 
Fairfield, 1666, Rufus Blakeman, Judge. 
Farminston, 1769, Egbert Cowles, Judge 
Qranby, 1S07, Justus D. Wilcox, Judge. 
Groton, 1839, Joseph Durfey, Judge. 
Guilford, 1719, Guilford, Bran ford. North Branford, 

(except Northford.) Ralph D Smith, Judge. 
Haddam, 1830, Friend Dickinson, Judge. 
Hampton, 1836, Philip Pearl, Judge. 
Hartford, 1666, Hartford, Windsor, Wethersfield, 

East Hartford, Glastenbury, Manchester, Bloomfield, 

Rocky Hill. William N. Matson, Judge. 
Hartland, 1836, Eiastus Beman, Judge. 
Harwinton, 1S35, Lewis Smith, Judge. 
Hebron, 1789, Hebron, Coventry, Bolton, Columbia. 

Abner Hendee, Judge. 
Kent, 1831, Johnson C. Hatch, Judge. 
Ktllingly, 1830, Thomas Backus, Judge. 
Killingworth, 1834, Killingworth, Clinton. Leet 

Hurd, Judge. 



V 






COUKTS. 



LEBAiroif , ] 826, Learned Hebard, Judge. 

LEDYA.RD, 1836, Henry W. Avery, Judge. 

LrrcHFiEUD, 1742, Litchfield, Goshen, Warren. Chas. 
Adams, Judge. 

Lyme, 1830, William Marvin, Judge, 
i Madison, 1834, Jonathan T. Lee, Judge. 

Mansfield, 1831, Zalmon Storrs, Judge. 

Marlborough, 1846, Sherman C. Lord, Judge. 

Meridbn, 1836, Benajah Andrews, Judge. 

MiDDLETowN, 1752, MiddUtowu, Durham. Samuel 
Cooper, Judge. 

MiLFORD, 1832, Abijah Carrington, Judge. 

New Hartford, 1825, Roger H. Mills, Judge. 

New Haven, 1666, New Haven, Bethany, Derby, 
Woodbridge, East Haven, North Haven, Hamden, 
Orange. Eleazer K. Foster, Judge. 

New London, 1666, New London, MontviUe, Water- 
ford. Wanton A. Weaver, Judge. 

New MiLFORD, 1787, David C. Sanford, Judge. 

Newtown, 1820, Newtown, Brookfield. Amos S. 
Treat, Judge. 

Norfolk, 1779, Darius Phelps, J\idge. 

North Stonington, 1835, Elias Hewitt, Judge. 

NoRWALK, 1802, Norwalk, New Canaan, Wilton. 
Thomas B. Butler, Judge. 

Norwich, 1748, Norwich, Preston, Lisbon, Franklin, 
Griswold. George Perkins, Judge. 

Oxford, 1846, Noah Stone, Judge. 

Plainfield, 1747, Plainfield, Chaplin. David Gal- 
lup, Judge. 

Plymouth, 1833, Henry B. Graves, Judge. 

Pomfret, 1752, Job Williams, Judge. 

Redding, 1839, T. M. Abbott, Judge. 

Ridgefield, 1841, Harvey Smith, Judge. 

RoxBURY, 1842, Aaron W. Fenn, udge. 

Salem, 1841, Orramel Whittlesey, Judge. 

Salisbury, 1847, John G. Mitchell, Judge. 

Saybrook, 1780, Say brook, Chester, Westbrook. Sel- 
den M. Pratt, Judge. 

Aharon, 1755, Charles F. Sedgwick, Judge. 

Sherman, 1846, Hu^h Gilston, Judge. 

SiMSBURY, 1769, Julius Chapman, Judge. 



VOTR FOR SHERIFF. 



SoMBRs, 1S34, Walter R. Kibbe, Judge. 
SouTHiNGTON, 1825, Stephen Walk ley, Judge. 
Stafford, 1759, Stafford, Union. Augustus Moore, J. , 
Stamford, 1729, Stamford, Greenwich, Darien. Wm. 

T. Minor, Judge. ' 

Stowikotow, 1766, Asa Fish, Judge. 
Stratford, 1840, David Plant, Judge. 
SuFFiELD, 1821, Harvey Bissell, Judife. 
Thompson, 1832, Jonathan Nichols, Judge. 
ToLi^AND, 1830, Tolland, Willington. Zalmon A. 

Storrs, Judge. 
ToRRiNOTOir, George D. Wadhams, Judge. 
Voluwtown, 1830, Harvey Campbell, Judge. 
Walmngford, 1776, Wallingford, Northford. Eben- 

ezer H. Ives, Judge. 
Washington, 1832, Daniel B. Brinsmade, Jud^e. 
Waterbury, 1779, Waterbury, Wolcott, Middlebury, 

Naugatuck. Norton J. Buell, Judge. 
Watertown, 1634, Holbrook Curtiss, Judge. 
Weston, 1832, Weston, Easton. Hanford Nichols, J. 
Westport, 1835, Eliphalet Swift, Judge. 
Winchester, 1838, Winchester, Colebrook. Wm. H. 

Rood, Judge. 
Windham, 1719, Windham, Chaplin. Calvin Hib- 

bard, Judge. 
WooDBTjRT, 1719, Woodbury, Southbury, Bethlem. 

Thomas Bull, Judi^e. 
Woodstock, 1831, Daniel Lyman, Judge. 





Vote for Sheriff, 184S. 










Whig. 


Dem. 


Abol. 


Scat. 


Hartford 


County 


5827 


5093 


257 


3 


New Haven ** 


5047 


3672 


213 


2 


New London " 


3032 


3166 


274 


75 


Fairfield 


<( 


4532 


3859 


119 


69 


Windham 


<« 


2179 


2143 


493 


1 


Litchfield 


<« 


4663 


3952 


379 


2 


Middlesex 


« 


2164 


2221 


131 


. 6 


Tolland 


€t 


1819 


1762 


130 


2 



54 



A0TABIE3 PUBLIC. 



T 



[Appointed by the Governor.] 



RARTFOJKD. 

Case, Seymour N. 
Drake, Richard 6. 
Ely, Wmiam D. 
Fellowes, Francis 
Fowler, Henry 
Goodman, Edward 
Holcomb. James H. 
Kilboum, Austin 
Mitchell. Walter 
Pardee, Dwtgbt W. 
Parsons, Francis 
Parsons, Samuel H. 
Perkins, Henry 
Porter, Charles L. 
Robinson, Lucius F. 
Seymour, John W. 
Smith, Sumner 
" Erastus 
WalUey, James C. 

• AVON. 

KeDogg, Alfred 

iBKRLIN. 
Smith. Ira E. 
J WUcox, Edward 

; BLOOMFIKLD. 

^ Thrall, Hiram 

BRISTOL. 

Peck, Tracy 

CANTON. 

Dyer, Moses S. 

■AST HARTTORD. 

' Cbilds, Seth L. 

' BAST WINDSOR. 

I Allen, H.D. 

BNPIBI.I>. 

Johnson, Ahollab 

FARMINUTON. 

Cowles, Thomas 



Hooker, John 
Lewis, Henry 

OLASTBNSnRT. 

Talcott, Jared G. 

ORANBT. 

Cornish, Joseph 
Jewett, J. R. 
Phelps, R. H. 

ROCKT HILL. 

Pratt, James T. 

SIMSBURT. 

Bacon. Richard 
TariffvUle. 
Woodruli; S. H. 

SOITTH WINDSOR. 

Charlton, Jesse 

WETHBRBFIELD. 

Goodrich, Elizur 
Welch, Archibald 

NEW HAVEN. 
Andrews, Horace 
Peecher, William W. 
Blackmail, Alfred 
Bristol. WUliatn B. 
Crampton, J. H. 
Daggett, L. A. 
Fitzgerald, Richard 
Gilbert, Elijah, Jr. 
Graves, John S. 
HoHister, J. C. 
JngersoU, C. M. 
Peck, Lucius 6. 
Reynolds, W^illiara A. 
Robertson, J. B. 
Tuthill. C. H. 
Wadsworth, H. 8. 
Wadsworth, S. W. 



Webb, Washington 

BRANPORD. 

Parsons, Levi 8. 

CHSSniRB. 

DooUttle, T. E. 

DBRBT. 

Lindley, C. L. 
Wooster, William B. 

OniLPORD. 

Goldsmith, A. B. 
Landon, £L R. 
Landon, George^ 
Smith, R. D. 

MADISON. 

Crampton, Jesse 
Webb, ReynokJ 
Wilcox. J. S. 

HBRIDBN. 

Andrews, Benajab 
Butler, John A. 
Miles, Almeron 
Miller, Joel 
Potter Phineas 
Wetmore. A. C. 

Clark, Anon 
Strong, Seiah 
Strong, William 

NORTH BRANPORD. 

Baklwin. Anson 

SOUTH BURT. 

Munson. H. B. 

WATKRBURT. 

Merrill. Elijah F. 
Minor, S. B. 

WOLCOTT. 

Byington, Noah H. 



NOTAIIIES PUBLIC. 



55 



NEW LONDON. 
Bristol, Louis 
Crump, W. C. 
Dickinson, John 
Douglass, £. H. 
Douglass, J. C. 
Dutton, S. F. 
Learned, £. H. 
Lippett, A. G. 
Matber, J. P. C. 
Merriam, J. R. 
Willey, Hiram 

NORWICH. 

Adams, John T. 
Brewer, William L. 
Brewer, Lyman 
Carpenter, Gerard 
Chapman, £. C. 
Cottrell, Wheaton 
Hill, George 
Hovey, James A. 
Learned, £ben. Jr. 
Mattbewson, R. W. 
Morgan, Roswell 
Perkins, George 
Perkins, John 
Robinson, Thomas 
Stedman, James 
Trench, William 
Wait, John T. 
Young, David 
Young, Levi H. 

BOZRAH. 

Fox, David A. 
Haughton, J. W. 

COLCHRSTKR. 

Carroll, D. B. 
Park, A. R. 

RAST LTMR. 

Adams. George P. 
Fitch, James 
Otis, J. P. 
Smith, William H. 

J FRANKLIN. 

S Fitmore. C. D. 

) Smith. Backus 

) Woodward, Asbbel 



ORISWOLD. 

Leonard, C. K 

OROTON. 

Clift, Amos 

LRBANON. 

Haywood, Caleb 
Hebard, Leonard 
Kingsley, George 

LRDTARD. 

Allyn, RosweU 
Bedent, Jesse 
Lamb, S. S. 
Moigan, William 
Stoddard, Guy C. 
Wood, Samuel W. 

LISBON. 

Clark, Thomas A. 
Corning, Levi C. 
Fuller, Luther 
Grant, John 
Bobbins, H. R. 

MONTVILLR. 

Comstock, Robert 
Latimer, Nicholas 
Raymond, M C. 

NORTH STONINOTON. 

Browning, William T. 
Hull, Latham 
Kenyon, Perry 
Stillman, David 

PRESTON. 

Davis, Albert H. 
Gore, Asa 
Halsey, Jeremiah 
Witter, Iras 

SALBM. 

Treadway, Enoch 

STONINOTON. 

Amy, Francis 
Amy, William P. 
Faxon, Elisha, Jr. 
Fish. Asa 
Hubbard, George 
Noyes, G. M. 2d 
Sheffield, Francis 
States, B. F. 
Trumbull, Gurdon 



Wflliams, L. C. 
Woodbridge, W. R 

FAIRFIELD. 
Gould, John 
Sturges, Henry 
89iUkport. 
Atwater, Wyllys 

DANBURT. 

Booth, David B. 
Sanford, R. & 
Seeley, Nathan Jr. 
Seeley, Aaron 
Sbepard, Oliver 

BRIDSBPORT. 

Foote, Charles 
Hurd, Philo 
Lord, Thomas 
Mallory, Benajah 
Moore, Mark 
Noble. WiUiam H. 
Sherman, Isaac 
Stratton, Samuel 

BARIBN. 

Clock, Abraham 

ORRBNWIOH. 

Close, Samuel 

NKWTOWH. 

Blackman, S. C. 

NORWALK. 

Bifisell, William E. 
Carter, J. B. 
Dascam, George F. 
Robinson, Thomas 
Smith, Wmiam T. 
Warner, Thomas Jr, 

RIOGEFIKLDk 

Smith, Nathan 

STAMFORD. 

Haight, N. D. 
Holly, William M. 
Hoyt, Roswell 
Minor, J. H. 
Palmer, F. T. 
Satterlee, S. K. 
Smith, Ebenezer. 



56 



NOTARIES PUBLIC. 



WB8TPOXT. 

Taylor, John W. 

WILTOH. 

Belden, Samuel 
BettB, Philip 

BROOKLYN. 

Fuller, UHel 
Kobinson, Gurdon 
White, Adama 
White, Charles 

▲8HPORD. 

Dorsett, Joseph Jr. 
Gaj^Iord, Horace 

CHJlPLIN. 

Goodell, Walter 
Griggs, A. M. 

HAMPTON. 

Moseley, Edward 9. 

KILLINGLT. 

Chace, Alvia 
Converse, Abiel 
Preston, Charles. 

PLAINFICD. 

French, John S. 
, Hutchinson, P. A. 

PUMFBBT. 

; Matthewson, Ge(frge, 

STERLINO. 

Harwood, G. A. 

THOMPSON. 

Davis, Simon 
Gay, Joseph B. 



Olney, Jeremiah 

VOLUNTOWN. 

Stanton, WilUam C. 

WIHDBAJf. 

Bingham, Samuel 
Corrin, James H. 
Perkins, John A. 
Tracy, John C. 
Webb, Horatio 

WOODSTOCK. 

Austin, Nathan 
Lyon, Judson A. 
M'CleUan, John 
Rawson, Luther 
Williams, John F. 

LITCHFIELD. 
AveriH, J. K. 
Woodruff, George C. 

CANAAN. 

Pease, Minot S. 

South Ckmaan. 
Peet, George W. 

PLYMOUTH. 

Johnson, Elisha Jr. 

WOOSBURT. 

Bull, Thomas 
Phelps, Charles B. 

MTODLETOWN. 
Barnes, Jonathan 
Sage, Dennis - 
Spencer, Elihu 



Whittlesey, Charles 

CHATHAM. 

Parmelee, Linus 

EAST HAD DAM. 

Green, Timothy T. 
Holmes, Samuel 
Holmes, Timothy 
Palmer, John G. 

SAYBROOK. 

Blague, Giles 
Phelps, James 
Pratt, B. W. 
Starkey, S. W. 

TOLLAND. 
Bishop, Joseph 
Flynt, J. R, 
Storrs, Z. A. 

BOLTON. 

Sumner, C. F. 
White, R. S. 

COVBMTRT. 

Belknap, R. 
Boynton, J. W. 

HEBRON. 

Fitch, Henry H. 
Hendee, L. J. 
Hendee, Leonard 

STAFFORD. 

Lathrop, Benjamin 
Willey, Asa 



Expenses of the State, 

For the year ending April 1, 1847. 



Debenture bill, General Assembly, 
Salaries, executive and judicial, 
Judicial expenses 
Contingent expenses - 
Sundries .... 



^23,849 70 
12,596 50 
34,761 .34 
15,934 20 
15,477 61 



Total 102,619 35 

Expenses for year ending April 1, 1846 - - 92,207 34 

To meet the deficiency, the State tax for the current year is 1 1-2 
per ceat. 



ATTORNEYS AND JUSTICES. 



«©M3S'«J«)S. 



HARTFORD COUNT Y. Constituted 1666. 

Judge FRANCIS PARSONS, Hartford. Salary $375. 

CommissioDerB, Jabez King. Enfield ; Sherman Osbornd, Can- 
ton ; Samuel Galpin, Wetbersfield. Allowed $3 per day. 

Clerk of Courts, CfaaunCey Howard, Hartford. 

State Attorney, Riohard D. Hubbard, " 

Sheriff, Chester Adams, ** 

Deputy Sheriffs, Nathan M. Waterman, Hartford; Anson 
Loomia^ Windsor ; Albert Clark, Enfield ; Henry Cowles, Farm- 
ington ; Ezekiel Hosford, Canton ; Otis P. Bartlett, East Windsor ; 
Eratus Holcomb, Granby ; Eli Pitkin, Manchester ; Ebenezer B. 
Phelps, Simabury ; EUphalet S. Morron, Suffield. 

Deputy Jailer, Nathaniel H. Moi^^u. 

Treasurer and Deputy Surveyor, Nathan'l Goodwin, Hartford. 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Attorneys at Law who are not justices of the peace, are marked 

with a *. 



HARTFORD. 
Attorneys at Law. 
Brownell, Henry H. 
Bulkeley, Eliph't A. 
Case, Seymour N.. 
Chapman, Charles 
Cone, Wm. R. 
I Cornwall, Horace 
Dixon, James 
Drake, Richard 6. 
Ellsworth, Wra. W. 
Ely. William D. 
FeUowes, Francis 
Goodman. Edward 
Holcomb, James H. 
Howard, Chauncey* 
Hubbard, Richard D. 
Hungerford, William 
Huntington, Sam'l H. 
Johnson, Nathan 



Mann, Benning 
Matson, Wm. N. 
Mitchell, Walter 
Niles, John M. 
Pardee, Dwight W. 
Parsons, Francis 
Parsons, Samuel H. 
Perkins, Henry 
Perkins, Thomas C. 
Robinson, Lucius F. 
Seymour, John W. 
Shepard, Charles 
Smith, Erastus 
Terry, Seth 
Toucey, Isaac 
Trumbull, Joseph'*' 
Walkley, James C. 
WUliams, O. E. • 

Alden Zeph. 



AUen, Olcott 
Beklen, Benjamin 
Benjamin, Edwin 
Bigelow, William 
Bissell, Benjamin 
Bolles, J. G. 
Brace, Thomas 
Brace, Thomas K. 
Brown, Jeremiah 
Case, Newton 
Collins, A. M. 
Cone, S. F. 
Conner, William 
Cornish, Virgil 
Crosby, D. P. 
Day, Albert 
Erving, R. A. 
Flagg, Solomon S. 
Fowler, Henry 
Francis, Henry 



* 



Giddings, J. W. 

Goodwin, Nathaniel 

Goodwin, James M. 

Harris, Walter 

Hinman, R. R. 

Hudson, Barzillai 

Ealboum, Henry 

Loomis, Simeon L. 

Lyman, C. C. 

Lyman. Normand 

Nortbam. Charles H. 

Pease, L. T. 
[ Phelps, Guy R. 

Pomroy, A. H. 
( Pratt, Joseph 
^ Raymond, Josiah 
j) Ripley, PhilUp 
; Robins, Gurdon 

Robinson, D. F. 

Savage, Jesse 

Seymour, Harvey 
I Seymour, Romanta 

Sheldon, Richard 

Smith, Alfred 
( Talcott, Samuel 
, White, David 

AVON. 

Alvord, D. M. 
{ Bishop, Samuel 
\ Day, C. C. 

Day, Marcus 

Kellogg, Alfred 

Miller, T. H. 

Sperry, Darius 

Sperry, Gamaliel 

Woodford, Francis 

BERLIN. 

Attorneys at Law. 
V New Britain. 
Nash, Henry 
North, Hubert F. 
Smith, Ira £. 

Allyn, Benjamin 
Andrews, Alfred 
Baldwin, C. B. 



Bassett, O. B. 
Booth. Henry 
Bulkeley, William 
Cowles, S. B. 
Flagg, H. W. 
Goodrich, Cyprian 
Gridley, Horatio 
Hart, Freedom 
Lewis, James F. 
Moore, RosweU 
North, Alfred 
Parker, E. A. 
Porter, Norman 
Porter, Lotan 
Upson, Russel 
Upson, Thomas 
Wilcox, Edward 

BLOOMFIELD. 
Barnard, Phelps 
Burnham, S. F. 
Case, Watson 
Gillette, A. II. 
Goodwin, S. D. 
Graham, Benjamin 
Grant, D. W. 
Hubbard. J. H. 
Loomis, Cbauncey 
Roberts, L. D. 
Rowley, Bildad 

BRISTOL. 
Atkins, Irenus 
Atkins, Lloyd 
Burwell, 8. P. 
Darrow, Williams 
Goodrich, Chauncey 
Hawley, B. F. 
Ives, Charles G. 
Manross, Elisha 
Mitchell, George H. 
Pardee, J. W. 
Peck, Tracy 
Ray, Benjamin 
Robinson, Lester 
Smith, Levi 
Terry, Edward 
Welles, Joseph A. 



BURLINGTON. 
Bull, Frederick 
Crane, Lemuel 
Gridley, Salmon 
Matthews, C. N. 
Pettibone, Abr. 
Webster, Grove 

CANTON. 

Bidwell, Lucien 
Bristol, N. R. L. 
Brown, W. E. 
Butler, Henry 
Case, Bera 
Case, Jarvis 
Case, Noadiah 
Case, Ruggles 
Case, Titus S. 
Daily, Joseph Jr. 
Foote, Lancel 
Graham, I. W. 
Hallock, WiHiam A. 
Humphreys, L. H. 
Mather, Lester 
Merrill. Alanson 
Mills, Ephraim 
Osbom, Sherman 
Shepard, H. A. 
Spencer, Imri L. 
Wilcox, Averitt 
Woodbridge, S. V. 

EAST HARTFORD. 
Ayres, Jared 
Brewer, Allen 
Forbes, Orrin 
Fowler, R. F. 
Goodwin, Edw. S. 
Hall, Abner 
Hanmer, Francis 
Hills, James 
Judson, Jesse 
Kimball, Ira A. 
Olmsted. Solomon 
Pitkin, Daniel Jr. 
Riley, Horace 
Smith, Elitau 



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ATTOSNEYS AND JUSTICES. 



59 



EAST WINDSOR. 
Attorney at Law. 
{fVardunute Point.) 
Barnes, William 

Alten, Henry W. 
Allen, Homer D. 
Allen, Luman S. 
Bartlett, S. W. 
Belknap, Cheater 
Blodgett, Ralph 
Ellsworth, Josiah 
Osbom, David 2d 
Pasco, James Jr. 
Sbepard, Sumner 
Stoughton, J. W. 
Thomson, William H. 

ENFIELD. 
Attorney at LanD. 
Johnson, Aholiab 

Allen, Normaad 
Clark, Charles 
Henry, Parsons 
Hoskins, Edward 
Owen, George C. 
Pease, Jonathan 
Richmond, Hugh 
Scrimgeour, £.1. 
Taylor, J. T. 

FARMINGTON. 

Attorneys at Law. 
Hooker, John 
Wadsworth, A. R. 

Cowles, Egbert 
Cowles, L. S. 
Cowles, 8. S. 
Crampton, WUIiam 
Hadsell. Ira 
HamQton, E. K. 
Hart, Simeon 
Hitchcock, L. 
Ives. William A. 
Lewis, T. C. 



Mygatt, Henry 
Palmer, S. A. 
Scott, Erastus 
Stanley, H. D. 
Stillman, Giles 
Whittlesey, H. 
Wilcox, Jeremiah 

GLASTENBURY. 
Attorney at Law. 
Merrick, George 

Couch, David H. 
Crane, Ralph 
Da3rton, Henry 
Finley, David 
Finley, John W. 
Goodale, Chauncey 
Hale, Frary 
Hale, John A. 
Hollister, Asahel 
Killam, James 
Smith, Sidney 
WeUes, H. T. 
Welles, Thaddeus 
Wright, Joseph 

GRANBY. 

Attorneys at Law. 
Bates, Anson 
Higley, Siias 
Holcomb, Edw.* 

Alderman, Harvey 
Case, Jairus 
Chapin, H. F. 
Cooley, Anson 
Cushman, Thomas 
Dewey, Watson 
Gillette. Truman 
Griswold, A. H. 
Hayes, Cullen 
Higley, Asa 
HiUyer. C. T. 
Holcomb, Charles 
Holcomb, Lewis 
Holcomb, Nabam Jr. 



Jewett, Peter J. 
Kendall, Horace 
Owen, Almon 
Phelps, R. H. 
Thompson, Edm. 
Weed, Samuel 
Wilcox, Justus D. 

BARTLAND. 
Beach. Ira 
Cornish, G. D. 
Doolittle, Ezra 
Ensign, Austin 
Gaylord, Nathaniel 
Giddings, Benjamin 
Griswold, Henry 
McLeod, William 
Phelps, John J. 
Stebbins, Virgil 
Tiffany, A. B. 
WiUiams, D. L. 

MANCHESTER. 

Attorneys at Law. 
GriswoW, G. W.* 
Phelps, Ralph R. 

Bunce, George 
Bunce, Walter 
Carpenter, Lorin 
Case, A. W. 
Cooke, Aaron 
Cowles, F. W. 
Hudson, M. 
Keeney, Arnold 

MARLBOROUGH. 
Buell, Isaac B. 
Day, Asa 
Dunham, S. C. 
Finley, D. B 
Finley, William 
Foote, George 
Latham, A. B. 
Lord, S. C. 
Lord, William C. 



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COUNTIES. 



Northam, Oliver 
Phelps, David 3d 
Skinner, P. B. 

ROCKY HILL. 
Goodrich, Eleazer 
Robbins, William 2d 
Smith, Davis 
Stevens, Nebemiah 
Whitmore, Henry 
Williams, T. D. 

SIMSBURY. 
Attorneys at Law. 
Pettlbone, Giles* 
TariffvUU. 
Woodruff, S. H. 

Adams, James W. 

Bradley, S. A. 

Case, Aurora 

Case, Mamre 

Chapman, Julius 

Dixon, John 

Eno, Salmon C. 

Ensign, Moses 

Ensign, H. W. 

Humphrey, Dudley 

M'Lean, D. B. 

Moses, Aehbel 

Pettibone, John O. 

Phelps, J. O. 

Pinney, Allen 
I Richards, lAither 
' Shepard, Whiting 

St. John, Zophar 

TurnbuU, John 



SOUTHINGTON. 
Attorney at Law. 
Lowrey, Romeo 

Andrews, Gad 
Barnes, J. S. 
Gridley, Root 
Merriman, M. 
Neale, Jeremiah 
Norton, S, H. 
Potter Joel 
Pratt, Seth 
Shepard, Isaac 
Walkley, Stephen 

SOUTH WINDSOR 
Benjamin, Caleb 
Clapp, John S. 
Elmore, Theodore 
Grant, F. W. 
Grant, Horace 
Pinney, Ebenezer 
Risley, Joshua 
Robertson, J. C. 

SUFFIELD. 
Attorneys at Law. 
Parsons, Seth* 
PhiUeo, C. W. 

Bissell, Harvey 
Burnham, Austin 
Campbell, R. M. 
Endress, Henry 
Fuller, William 
Hale, David Jr. 
Harmon, Julius 
Hastings, Samuel 



Keney, Archibald 
King, John B. 
King, Artemus 
Margerum, G. S.^^ 
Reed, S. N. 
Sheldon, Horace 
Sheldon, Horace 2d 
Sheldon, Odiah L. 
Warner, Curtis 

WETHERSFIELD. 
Belden, Hezekiah 
Camp, Homer 
Francis, Alfred 
Francis, Harvey 
'Francis, John 
Galpin, Samuel 
Goodrich, Jblizur 
Talcott, William 
Welles, John 
Welles, Martin 
Willard, D. H. 
Woodruff, Simeon 

WINDSOR. 
Bowen, Sidney 
Brown, P. M. 
Case, Zophar 
Denslow, C. W. 
Dexter, C. H. 
Halsey, Henry 
Hathaway, Amos 
Loomis, James 3d 
Mills, S. W. 
Phelps, Eli 
Sill, Henry 
ThraU, Walter 



NEW HAVEN COUNTY. Constituted 1666 

Judge, EDWARD HiNMAN, Southbury. Salary $375. 

Commissioners, Leonard Bronsqn, Middlebury ; S. C. Johnson, 
Guilford ; Philemon Hoadley, New Haven. 

Clerk of Courts, Henry G. Lewis, New Haven. 

State Attorney, Dennis Kimberly, New Haven. 



ATTORMSTS AND JUSTICES. 



Sberifi; Leander Parmele, New Haven. 

Deputy Sheriffs, David H. Carr, New Haven ; Lucius P. Bry- 
I an, Waterbury ; Beuben H. Way, Meriden ; David T. Stoddard, 
' Derby ; Mark Wooster, Oxford ; Sylvanus Clark, Guilford : Law- 
rence S. Spencer, Naugatuck. 

Deputy Jailer, Andrew Bryan. 

County Treasurer, Joseph Darling. 

Surveyor General, James N. Palmer. 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 



NEW HAVEN. 
Attorneys at Law. 
Andrew, S. W. 
Andrews, Horace 
Baldwin, Roger 8. 
Beach, John S. 
Bennet, Thomas 
Bissell, Clark 
Blackman, Alfred 
Boardman, Wm. W. 
Bristol, Wm. B. 
Clark, Wilson H.* 
Clark, Samuel, Jr.* 
Cowdry, N. A. 
Dutton, Henry 
Fitzgerald, Richard 
Flagg, Henry C. 
Flagg, William J. 
Foster, EUeazer K. 
Hollister, John C. 
IngersoU, Charles A. 
IngersoU, Charles E. 
Ives, Charles 
Jacocks, Abel B. 
Johnson, L. H.* 
Kimberly, Dennis 
Lewis, Henry G. 
Lindley, George 
Mix, Silas 
Nettleton, Charles 
Osborn, Robert H. 
Peck, Lucius 6. 
Peck, D. J. 
Rice, John S. 
>fiobinson, Charles 



Shelton, Charles T. 
Stoddard, Jonathan 
Stoddard, WilUam 
Tuthill, C. H.* 
White, Henry 
Woodward, J. M. 

Anderson, Isaac 
Blake, John A, 
Brewster, James 
Brown, C. K. 
Buckingham, D. W. 
Chandler, Noah 
Clark, Nat. R. 
Clarm Wm. H. 
Collins, J. W. 
Croswell, F. 
Daggett, L. A. 
Day, Zelotes 
Dickerman, E. Jr. 
Donaghe, James 
Donnelly, F. 
English, G. D. 
Ensign, Thomas 
French, Wales 
Goodwin, Wm. 
Gorham, J. A. 
Higby, Benjamin 
Hiller, Jonathan 
Hotchkiss, Sheldon 
Huggins, Henry 
Lines, Augustus 
Mansfield, Wm. L. 
Miller, P. T. 
Mix, Caleb 



Mix, Isaac 
Monson, Alfred S. 
Morse, Gardner 
Morse, S. S. 
Murray, H. A. 
Peck, Henry 
Peck, WyUys 
Prescott, E. A. 
Redfleld, Justin 
Reynolds, Wm. A. 
Ritter, John 
Sanford, Elihu, Jr. 
Scovill, S. W. 
Smith, G. F. 
Sperry, Enos 
Terry, Alfred 
Thompson, A. A. 
Trowbridge, T. R. 
Wadsworth, Wm. 
Wadswonh, S. W. 
Whitney, Eli 
Whitney, Henry 
Wood, Joseph 

BETHANY. 

Bradley, J. W. 
Downs, Kneeland 
Perkins, A. A. 
Sperry, Alvin 

BRANFORD. 

Barker, James 
Beach, David 
Blackstone, James 
Frisbie, J. W. 



COUNTIES. 



Lay, W. L. 
, Norton, Asa 
I Parsons, L. S. 
I Revere, Abraham 
I Tyler, Wm. 

CHESHIRE. 
attorneys at Lom. 
Doolittle, T. E. 
Kelsey, Wm. 

Booth, Nathan 
Doolittle, Alfred 
Foote, W. L. 
Hitchcock. Silas 
Ives, Benajah 
Munn. C. £. 
' Williams, Samuel 
Yale, Elihu 

DERB/. 

attorneys at Law. 
Lindley, Charles 
Wooster, Wm. B. 

HumphreysvUle. 
Monson, H. B.* 

Basset, Samuel 
Basset, Sheldon, 
Canfield, J. P. 
Chatfield, Leonard 
Dwight, J. W. 
French, Samuel 
Holbrook, Abel 
Osborne, Lyman 
Smith, Almon 
Upson, Hiram 
Whitney, Henry 

EAST HAVEN. 
Andrews, Ruel 
Bray, Hoadley 
Goodrich, N. C. 
Hemingway, Willis 
Maltby, DoG. 
Smith, Daniel 
Ward, J. I. 



Williams, James 

GUILFORD. 
Attomeya at Law. 
Landon, E. R 
Smith, Ralph D. 

Bartlett, Aug. 
Bui^ess, John 
Chittenden, H. W. 
Elliott, Henry 
Elliott, Whitney 
Fowler, Ammi 
Goldsmith, A. B. 
Hotchkiss, E. S. 
Rossiter, J. R. 

HAMDEN. 
Basset, Jared 
Dickerman, Eli 
Dickerman, Elisha 
Dorman, Rufus 
Ford, J. M. 
Gilbert, Gibbs 
Goodyear, Albert 
Hitchcock, Leverett 
Todd, L. F. 
Tuttle, Ambrose 
Tuttle, Leverett 

MADISON. 
.Attorney at Lata. 
Stone, A. £. 

Crampton, Jesse 
Dowd, J. H. 
Dowd, M. L. 
Field. Joel 
Hale, Harvey 
Hills, Daniel 
Hopson, J. P. 
Hopson, N. W, 
Munger, W. P. 
Scranton, Simeon 
Todd J. F. 
Tyler, Heman 
Willaid, Achilles 



MERIDEN. 

Jitiomeya at Law. 
Andrews, Benajah 
Wright, D. R.* 

Brooks, J. S. 
Camp, D. N. 
Pomeroy, Noah 
Potter, Phineas 
Pratt, Philo 
Yale, Levi 

MIDDLEBURY. 
Bronson, Leonard 
Bine, Josiah 
Smith, Ebenezer 
Tuller, Nelson 
Wooster, T.B. 

MILFORD. 
Beardslee, L. N. 
Carrington, Abijah 
Clark, Anon 
Clark, E. N. 
Clark, Samuel, 3d 
French, Andrew 
Gunn, Nathan 
Gunn, S. B. 
Hubbetl. L. D. 
Isbell, J. P. 
Oviatt, Curtiss 
Peck, E- B. 
Smith, Natn 
Strong, Selah 
Strong, William 
Tibbals Charles 

NAUGATUCK. 

Attorney at Law. 

Peters, Nathan C* 

Hopkins, Samuel 
Hotchkiss, Giles 
labell, R. E. 
Peck. Stiles 
Smith, W. G. 
Spencer, James 



ATTORNEYS AND JUSTICES. 



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) 



Stevens. H. S, 
Stevens. P. S. 
Ward, Ricbard, 

N. BRANFORD. 
Bartholomew, F. C. 



English, Judson 
Faircbild, £ben. 
Harger, Alfred 
JMeigs, Samuel 
Riggs, Eben. 
Walker, Kat'l 



Bartholomew, Sam'l. Wilcoxson, N. J. 



) 



( 



Foot, Charles 
Ford, William 
Harrison, Horace 
Maltby, Julius 
Reynolds, W. A. 
Stent, Eaton 

NORTH HAVEN. 
Barnes, Byard 
Basset, M. B. 
Bradley, Henry 
Brocket, Burrit 
Hartley, William 
Munson, E. S. 
Stiles, Ezra 
Tuttle, E. C. 
Warner, Eleazer 



Wooster, Russell 

PROSPECT. 
Bradley, Isaac 
Piatt, 6. C. 
Preston, Lauren 
Russell, R. R. 
Williams, D. R. 
Wilmot, Thomas 

SOUTHBURY. 
jiUomey at Law. 
Hinman Edward 

Brown, Henry 
Burritt, A. 6. 
Downs, Harry 
Hicock, Charles 
Johnson, Eben. 
Mitchell, Erastus 
Pierce, Erastus 
Pierce, John 
Smith, George 
Stoddard, S. J. 
Wheeler, Joseph 

WALLINGFORD. 
Cook, Malachi 
Hall, Augustus, 2d 
Hall, W. M. 
Ives, £. H. 



Pomeroy, £. M. 
Tuttle, Ira 
Yale, Edwin 

WATERBURY. 

Attorneys at Law. 
Buel, Norton J. 
Kendrick, John 
Todd, O. A. G.* 
Webster, John W. 

Boon» Wm. C. 
Bronson, Sherman 
Chittenden, Edward 
Cook, E. B. 
Finch, J. W. 
Hotchkiss, Julius 
Hurd, D. B. 
Sperry, Ansen 
StocUng, A. G. 

WOLCOTT. 
Byington. C. R. 
Carter, G. W. 
Hotchkiss, S. L. 
Plumb, Orrin 
Tuttle, Mark 

WOODBRIDGE. 
Baldwin, J. I. 
Clark, Treat 
Barling, J. A. 
Manvel, Lyman 
Newtbn, Nelson 
Smith, B. P. 
Thomas, N. P. 



} ORANGE. 

I Bradley, E. T. 
I Clark. B. T. 
( Fitts, James 
( Grant, W. T. 
( Hine, Isaac, Jr. 
S Kimberly, Neh. 
) Miller, A. T. 
) Thompson, Silas 

OXFORD. 
Baldwin. Lucius 
/ Buckingham, A. 

j NEW LONDON COUNTY. Constituted 1666. ) 

i Judge, CHARLES J. Mc<;|rRDY, Lyme. Salary $335. ^ 

( Commissioners, Francis B. Loomis, East Lyme ; John Grace, 
( New London ; Charles Coit, Norwich. 

i Clerk of Courts, James Stedman, Norwich. 
' State Attomey, John T. Wait, Norwich. 



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oouirriss. 



Bheriff, George Bliss, Norwich. 

Deputy Sheriffs, Edw. Y. Thomas, Norwich; N. B. Payne, 
' New London ; L. L. Huntington, Lebanon ; John T. Buikeley, 
Colchester; Alfred Loomia, Salem; A. P. Ely, Lyme; Jas. C. 
I Albro, Stonington ; Jehiel Johnson, Bozrah. 

Deputy Jailers, Francis B. Lee, Norwich ; Joshua Hamilton, 
' New London. 

County Treasurer, Jacob W. Kinney. 

JUSTICES OF THE PISACE. 



NEW LONDON. 

Jlttorneys at Law. 
Belcher, Nathan 
Bristol, Louis 
Crump, William C. 
Gurley, Jacob B.* 
Learned, Ebenezer* 
Lippett, Andrew C. 
Mather, John P. C. 
Merrjam, J. R.* 
Walker, Fred. M. 
Willey, Hiram 

Benjamin, W. P. 
Chesebrough, Epb. 
Dart, Leonard 
Dimock, R. L. 
Douglass. E. H. 
Douglass, R. H. 
Grace, John 
Harris, D. W. 
Heath, Reuben 
Hempsted, D. B. 
Irish, Peter D. 
Mason, S. K. 
Potter, George 
Richards, Charles 
Rogers, Daniel 
Sizer, Abel T. 
Tate, WUliam 
Treadway, Charles 

NORWICH. 
^tUmuys at Law. 
Adams, John T. 
Brewer, Wm. L.* 



Foster, LaFayette S. 
Goddatd, Levi H. 
Halsey, Jeremiah 
Hill, George 
HoTey, James A. 
Judson, Philo M. 
Lathrop, Fred. M. 
Law, William H.* 
Learned, Eben'r. Jr. 
Morgan, Rosewell* 
Morgan, Samuel C. 
Park, John D. 
Perkins, Edmund 
Perkins, George 
Rockwell, John A. 
Stedman, James 
Strong, Henry 
Wait, John T. 
Wattles, Oliver P. 
Williams, Joseph 
Young, David 

Allen, Stephen 
Avery, R. H. 
Bromley, James 
Chapman^ Gurdon 
Clegg, William 
Cobb, E. E. 
Converse, W. M. 
Durfee, Benjamin 
Fuller, Ebeq^er 
Gager, Othniel 
Huntington, Roger 
Huntington, D. L. 
Hyde, Lewis 
Johnson, Isaac 



Lanman, C. J. 
lieonard, A. E. 
Manning, Asa 
McNelly, Henry 
Itforgan, Shubael 
Ripley, 6. B. 
Robinson, Thomas 
Sears, Nathan 
Smith, George W. 
Story, Samuel 
Thomas, Simeon 
Tracy. H. B. 
Townsend, J. H. 
Willoughby, A. P. 
Young, L. H. 

BOZRAH. 
Abel, William C. 
Bowers, John L. 
Haughton, J. W. 
Hough, George 
Johnson. Orimel 
Kelly, William 
Lee. Brewster 
Leflingwell, J. B. 
Maples, Joshua 
Mowry, Havilah 
Stark, Lathrop 
Whiting, C. L. 
vO^iting, Seth 
Wightman, G. P. 

COLCHESTER. 
JSttomeya at Law. 
Park, A. R. 
Petere, S. A * 



:^^3^^!^w^uf^^ 



Jatoier, B. P. 
^ndall, E. P 
Rodman, w.'w, 
f^w, Hiram 
Sheffield, Prancia 

f^ton, B. p. 2d 
Wheeler, R. a 

Wiiiiams, Bpl,»m. 

WUhams, John p. 

York, Oliver 



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^'•own,Eiia«B. 

«w<iick. Oliver 
^i^ndaii, G. s. 
^^iea. Charles 
f^vis, Joiin 

Dickinson, w. fi. 
J>8li, Asa 
*|rink. Pittg D. 
Gallup, AmoB 
HaM. Horace R. 
Warding, Hear- 

fjangworthy, B. p 
. Moss, ivijiiam C 

^^'^ng.K.B. Watrous, laaac 

Judge, THOMAS B Constituted 1666. 

^ 0>mmi«ionerB. G^jJT^^^ *'*^«W- Salary 9335. 
Evexet Clark, oSb^'^ ^"^^' ^kirfield; Alva Gray, Weirtport; 

^erk of Courts Thn«. ,» 

State Atto^'^'^/'^^^'^ Norwalk. 

^„„, , Huntmgtoo ; Alaieon Lyon, Red 

Deputy Jade™, W„. ««.».„ „.. 



Chapman, Nan 
Chapman, N. A. 
Chapman, G. P. 
Chester, Thomas 
JDeshon, Daniel 
Dqoglass, C. G. 
Fox, T. L. 
Gardiner, L. W. 
Gorton, William 
I^eech, Manassab 

« »*«, K. B. Watrous, Isaac 



^ou,. , .. ""-"tmgton : Alaieon Lj 



Buckley, 



•^^'^^ ^F THE 
•^'''^Twy* ^2i..« ^Jakeman, Eufu« 

P-ry, Oliver H. ^' S^^^^^i^^-- 

! Alvord, Jeasup v^h *'^ i^"*** 

- Banks, JessuD v*^?'*>S.A. 



I^EiACES, 



Tenl>f«efc,S.P.V. 

VVilfion, Dani^J, 
M^-iison, John S. 

Wilson, ^^^ 

danbijby. 



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Booth, Reuben 
Burnbam, A. A. 
HaU, E. a 
Taylor, Edward 
Taylor, Wm. F. 
Wbite, Nelson!/. 
Whittlesey, T. T. 

Ambler, Hiram 
Baxter, Stebbins 
Benedict, Charles 
Benedict, John 
Benedict, RusseO 
Boagbton, L. H. 
Dart, Cbarles 
Gilbert. M. K. 
Hamilton, Eli 
Hickock, T. B. 
Hoyt, Eli T. 
Jndd, H. O. 
Knapp, Orrin 
McDonald, Allen 
Montgomery, Wm. 
Fearce, Aaron 
Sanford, David 
Sanford, Ellas 6. 
Scofield, W. T. 
Sears, J. C. 
Selleck, Nat*l. 
Shepard, AQen 
Smith, C. 8. 
Stevens, E. B. 
Stone, Oliver 
Tweedy, E. S. . 
White, Russell 
Wildman, H. B. 
Wood, Reuben 

BRroGEPORT. 

Attorneys at IjOM. 
Beardsley, 8. B.* 
Huggins, A. T. 
Iioomis, J. C. 
Moore, Mark "" 
Morris, Dwight 
Noble, Wm. H. 



COXTHTIES. 

Andrews^ Ali 
Brooks, John 
Dyer, WiUiam B. 
Fitch, James 
Hamilton, Alex. 
Hatch, Daniel 
Hawley, Stephen 
Hurd,Phi]o 
Hutchings, Thos. 
Mather, T. C. 
Nickols, R. S. 
Peck. Ira 
Sherman, Ira 
Sherman, Isaac 
Sterling, George 
Thacber, Daniel 
Wheeler, D. O. 

BROOKFIELD. 
Sttomey* at Lcao. 
Blackman, Eben. 
Smith, Bryant 

Bennet, John F. 
Hawley, BenJ. 
Hawley, Cbarles 
Holly, Daniel 
Hubbel, P. M. 
Northrop, W. L. 
Parker, Roswell 
Warner, Elmore 

"DARIEN. 
BeH, Holly 
Clock, Abram 
Gorham, J. H. 
Mather, Joseph 
Scofield, Edw. 
Scofield, Ira 
Waterbury, 6. 6. 

EAffTON. 
Adams, Eli 
Bennet, Anson 
Edwards, John 
Fairweather, D. B. 
Guthrie, Albert 



Hill, Edward 
Johnson, Zenos 
Lacey, Jesse 
Lyon, Rausen 
Lyon, Walker 
Seeley, Lloyd 
Seeley, MaUeC 
Sherwood Walker 
Winton, E. S. 
Winton, Bradford 

GREENWICH. 

Banks, John 
Brush, Joseph 
Close, J. A. 
Close, Samuel 
Ferris, William* A. ' 
Finch, Jonathan 
Griffin, D. M. 
liockwood, B. B. 
Lyon, Seth 
McKay, John 
Mead, Alvin 
Mead, Darius 
Mead, Solomon 
Mead, Titus 
Reynolds, Ard 
Bundle, Erastufl 
Sands, John 
Savage, Belah 

HUNTINGTON. 
Beardslee, Lemuel 
Beecher, David 
Bennett, Daniel 
Downs, Lewis 
Drew, Samuel 
Edwards, H. S. 
Hall, Elias A. 
Nickols, D. A. 
Shelton, Ambrose 
Shelton, D. P. 
Tomlinson, C. C. 
Tomlinson, William 
Wakeley, Eben. 
Wheeler, Marcus 



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ATTORNEYS AKD JUSTICES. 



MONROE. 

Beardslee, G. H. 

Balkley, Sturges 
Clark, C. B. 
Cuitifl, Cbarles 
Curtis, G. P. 
Edwards, Leyi 
Bawley, J. W. 
Hayes, Asa 
Lewis, Agar 
Lewis, Henry 

NEW CANAAN. 

MUrmeys at Lano. 
Lambert, John B. 
Purdy, B. D.* 

Comstock, Watts 
Davenport, Darius 
Raymond SamM 
Sitliman, Joseph 
Smith, Peter 
St. John, Darius 
Watson, William 

NEW FAIRFIELD. 
Bamum, David 
Beardsley, J. O. 
Hodge, Horace 
Hopkins, Stephen 
Knapp, Isaac 
Knapp, Enoch 
Pearce, A. S. 
Peck, Jesse 
Rogers, Amzi 
Tredwell, Jabez 
Wilson, H. S. 

NEWTOWN. 
Attorneys at Ltom, 
Beers, David B. 
Belden, David H. 
Blaclcman, B. C* 
Sturges, Isaac M. 
Treat, Amos S. 



Baldwin, D. V. B. 
Beers, Ezekiel 
Beers, Jjemuel 
Beers, Jacob 
Clark, Walter 
Dick, John 
Han, Alex. 
Nichols, Theoph. 
Peck, Charles 
Peck, S. B. 
Starr, Edward 

NORWALK. 

Attomeya at Ltom. 
BuUer, Th. B. 
Carter, J. M.* 
Davenport, 6. A. 
Ferry, Orris S. 
Robinson, Thomas 

Beard, William O. 
Benedict, Wm. H. 
Desbrow, C. E. 
Jennings, 6. D. 
Mallony, Alfred 
Olmsted, Stephen 
Penoyer, Harvey 
Richards, Samuel 
Seymour, George 
Smith, Stephen 
St John, George 
Weed, John A. 

READING. 

Abbot, T. M. 
Adams, Lemuel 
Banks, Jeremiah 
Bates, Walker 
Beach, Charles 
Bennet, Sturgea 
Edmonds, John 
Fanton, H. B. 
Goodsell, Lewis 
Hull, <>'eorge 
Meeker, Arza 
Merchant, A. S. 
Salmon, A. M. 
Sanfofd, Lemuel 



RIDGfeFIELD. 

IXiuchey, Keefer 
Jennings, Albin 
Keeler, Smith 
Keeler, Thad*s 2d 
Lynes, W. M. 
Norrta, B. D. 
Olmsted, S. S. 
Ressiquie, Abijah 
Scott, Hezekiah 
Seymour, Matthew 
Sherwood, Lewis 
Smith, Harvey 
St John, Thomas 

SHERMAN. 
Barnes, Norris 
Edwards, Fred'k 
Fuller, RevlUe 
Giddings, Amoii 
Hungerfbrd, Horace 
Leach, Levi 
Northrop, J. O. 
Page, J. N. 
Pickett, Wm. 
Sherwood, Willis 
Stewart, H. L. 

STAMFORD. 
Attorneys at Z»atP. 
Fen is, J. B. 
Hawley, Cliarles 
Minor, Wm. T. 

Adams, Sands 
Brown, Charles 
Classon, Seth 
Davenport, Theo. 
Haight, N. D. 
HoUy, Wm. IL 
Hoyt, Neh. 
Leeds, John R. 
Leeds, John W. 
Minor, J. H. 
Perry, Andrew 
Provost, S. B. 
Scofield, Sellick 



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COUlfTIBS. 



Sibley, S. R. 
Stevens, Heth 
Warren, J. D. 
Weed, Abisbai 

STRATFORD. 
Blakeman, Street 
Bootb, Isaac P. 
Booth, Isaac J. 
Brooks, M. A. 
, Burton, H. 
Curtis, EUjab 
Curtis, Levi Jr. 
Curtis, Judson 
Edmond Cbarles 
I GokUog, John 
Gorham, Josiab 
\ Judson, D. P. 
I Plant, David 
, Russell, L. H. 
Wells, Isaac 
Wells, EUas 

TRUMBULI* 
' Beach, David 



Beardslef, Sam'l 
Brinsmade, AUi 
Brinsmade, D. S. 
Clark, L. W. 
FairchiU, P. N. 
Hawley, David 
Lyon, Samuel 
Middlebrook, £L 
Nichols, H. 8. 
Plumb, B. B. 
Wheeler, L P. 

WESTTON. 
Bulkley. Matthew 
Coley, Levi 
Nichols, Hanford 
Noyes, Wm. 
Patcbin, David 
Rowland, Charles 
Rowland, Samuel 
Sanfoid, O. C. 

WESTPORT. 
attorneys at Lava. 
Chanaberlain, a W. 
Rogers, T. D. 



Swift, EUphalet 

Allen, Hezekiah 
Beers, Ebenezer 
Burr, Daniel 
Coley, H. M. 
Gray, Alvab 
Hyde, John S. 
Jelliffe,Gaukl 
Raymond, Joemh 
Richards, W. H. 
Sanford Zalmon 
Taylor, C. W. ' 

WILTON. 
Betts, Abijah 
Chapman. J. F. 
C(^ Sherman 
Comstock, Nathan 
Ferris, L. K. 
Gr^ory, Giles 
Grumman, Jebiel 
Marvin, Cbarles 
Scott, Samuel 
Sturges, Isaac M. 



WINDHAM COUNTY. Constituted 1726. 

Judge, THOMAS BACiOJS, KiUingly. Salary $350. 

CoDunissioners, Philip Peaii, Hampton ; Isaac Knight, Canter- 
bury ; Hiram Holt, Pomfret. 

Clerk of Courts, Thomas Gray, Windbem. 

Assistant Clerk, Uriel Fuller. 

State Attorney, Jona. A. Welch, BrooUyn. 

Sheriff, Septimus Davison, Brooklyn. 

Deputy Sberiflk, John B. Dean, Ashfi)rd; David Greensht, 

Hampton; Seth M. Cady, Killingly; George Cady, Plainfield ; 

Benjamin F. Hutchins. Thompson ; Chester Hunt, Windham ; Pa- 

' raclete Skhmer, Woodstock. 

Deputy Jailer, John S. Searls. 
County Treasurer, Edwin Newberry. 
Deputy Surveyor, Zeph. Pahner, Windham. 



ATTORNEYS AND JUSTICES. 



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JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 



BROOKLYN, 
Attorneys at JLaw. 
FuHer, Uriel 
Tyler, Daniel P. 
Welch, Jona. A. 

BoDes, Armin 
Brown, iamea 
Cady, Samuel 
Dyer, Paris 
Williams, 0. D. 
Witter, Nathan Jr. 

ASHFORD. 
Attorney at Lam. 
Richmond, J. D. 

Carpenter, W. D. 
Chaffee, Bben. 
Gaylord, Horace 
Hibbaid, £. B. 
Knowltcm, Asher 
Knowlton, Daniel 
Marcy, Reuben 
Richmond, Mich. 
Simmons, B. C. 
White, Moses 

CANTERBURY. 
Adams Hubbard, 
Allen, Nathan 
Bond, D. H. 
Butts, O. H. 
Clark, Thomas 
Ensworth, Roswell 
Hough, S. L. 
Hyde, C. S. 
Kendall, John 
Knight, Isaac 
Robinson, I. P. 
Sanger, Eben. 
Waldo, Rufus 
WilUams, Walter 
Witter, John 



CHAPIJN. 
Clark, F. P. 
Day, E. H. 
Foster, Joseph 
Griggs, David A. 
Hunt, WiUiam 
Knight, Darius 
Iiyon, Charles H. 
Moseley, Joseph 
Moulton, Alvin 
Peck, P. B. 
Rindge. Erastus 
Ross, John S. 
UUey, J. R. 

EASTFORD. 
Jtttomey at Law. 
Carpenter, Elisha 

Adams, John B. 
Bullard, Z. 
Carpenter, U. B. 
Latham, J. B. 
Lyon, James 
Preston, Earl C. 
Trowbridge, J. W. 
Watkins, Fielder 
Whitney, Calvin 
Work, Henry 

HAMPTON. 
Attorneys at Law. 
Cleveland, C. F * 
Cleveland, J. J.* 

Burnham, Asa 
Barnbam, Festus 
Burnham, Jesse 
Cary, Wolcott 
Clark, Isaac 
Clark, Newton 
Clark, William 
Cleveland, Mason 
Copeland, Royal 
Fuller, Harvey 
Hammond, Alfred 



Holt, Lester 
Hughes, Dyer Jr. 
Jackson, J. C. 
Pearl, P. H. 
Pearl, Phitip 
Taintor, H. 6. 

KILLEN6LT. 
Attorney* at Law. 
Backus, Thomas 
Converse, Abiel 

Alexander, Wm. 
Araesbury, M. 
Babbitt, Seth 
Chase, David 
Covill, Arba 
Danielson, Elisha 
Hammond Justin 
Hutchins, Henry 
Jenckes Ijeavens 
Lippett, N. G. ^ 
Peckham, Hasael 
Peckham, F. H. 
Pray, Geoi^e 
Short, Erastus 
Simmons Isra^ 
Sparks, Henry 
Sprague, Samuel 
Warren, George 
Wood, Nathan 

PLAINFIELD. 
Attorneys at Law. 
Dyer, William 
Eaton, Joseph,* 
Penrose, John J.* 

Burgess, Mowry 
Case, Ebenezer 
Cogswell, W. H. 
Curtiss, EUJah 
Eaton, £. C. 
Gladding, J. S. 
Goff, Jonathan 
Hutchins, Joseph 



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)Hyde, Ira 

' Lester, Erastos 

Lester, A. G. ' 

Sessions, N. P. 

Shephard, Wm. 

Til us, Cyrus, 

Witter, A1DO0 

FOMFRET. 

AUomefft at Lm». 
Holbrook, Jobn K. 
Johnson, Harrison,"' 

Field, William 
Green W.O. 
' Grosvener, G. S. 
Ingalls, 6 S. 
O^[ood, Charles 
Peck, Alanson, 
Perrin, G. H. 
Sabin, Horace 
Sumner, Orrin 
White, Marvin, 
Williams, Job 

STERUNG. 
Briggs, John 
Crary, William 
Dicitson, John 
Dow, Samuel T. 
Freeman, Ira 
FuUer, J. S. 
, Gallup, John 
Kasson, John P. 
Perkins, Obed 

THOMPSON, 
Attomeyg at JLana. 
Davis, Simon 
Graves, Thomas E. 
Hovey, Frederick* 
Lamed, George* 

Aldrich, Edward 
Aldrich, Silas N. 



COUNTIES. 

Crosby, Talcott 
Fisher, WUliam 
Green, John J. 
Hough, Henry W. 
Johnson, James 
Nichols, ioDA. 
Seamans, Horace 
Shumway, Stephen 
Uphara. G. T. 

VOLUNTOWN. 
Bitgood, John 
GemipbeU, Harvey 
Gallup, Benjl Jr. 
Gallup, Benj. 3d 
Gordon, T. G. 
Lindley, J. E. 
Pahner, B. W. 
Potter, Elisha 
Staunton, W. C. 
Wyiie, Henry 

WINDHAM. 

-Attorneys at Liaw. 
Baldwin. Jobn* 
Catlin, Geo. S. 
Clarke, Edwards 
Gray, Thomas 
Hibbard, Calvin 

WUlimanUc. 
Arnold, Joel R. 
Carpenter, J. H. 

Bass, Nathan 
Bennet, W. A. 
Boone, Wra. C. 
Burnett, James 
Burnham, Luther 
Fitch, Erastus 
FoUett, Abner 
FoUett, Erastus 
Fuller, Simon 
Gates, Wm. P. 
Geer, Jeptha 



Hall, Horace 
Hibbard, Gurdon 
Hibbard, Lucius 
Lincoln, Stowell 
Lyon, Charles 
Otis, Wiiyam K. 
Palmer, John 
Palmer, 2^ph. 
Robbins, John W. 
Safibrd, Jason 
Smith, Jarias • 
Tingley, Arunah 
Weaver, Wm. L. 
Wilson, Israel 
Winchester, Harvey 
Woodworth, C. A. 

WOODSTOCK. 
Attorneys at Lam. 
Lyon, Judson M.* 
McQeUen, John* 
Stoddard, G. F. S. 
Warren, John F.* 
WiUiams, J. F. 

Arnold, Wm. R. 
Bishop, Hezekiah 
Chamberlain, John 
Chamberlain, Wm. 
Child, Charles 
Child, Danfortb 
Child, Esra 
Child, John 
Corbln, Eieazer 
Dean, L. M. 
Harris, C. J. 
Hiscox, Otis 
Lester, Wm. 
Lyman, Daniel 
Mathewson, R. S^ 
May, Abial 
McClellan, J. Jr. 
Perrin, Jethniel 
Smith, George 
Stoddard, Charles 
Stoddard, Eben. 



1TT0RNST8 AND JUSTICES. 



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LITCHFIELD COUNTY. Constituted 175 L 

Judge, HOLBROOK CURTIS, Watertown. Salary f 325. 

Ck>inini88ioner8, Hiram GoodwiD, Barkfaamsted ; Joseph J. Gay- 
lord, Gosben ; Dunning Babbit, New Milford. 

Clerk of Couru, Gideon H. HoHister, Litchfield. 

Assistant Clerk, Frederick D. Beeinan, Litchfleld. 

State Attorney, Leman Church, Canaan. 

Sheritf; Albeit Sedgwick, Litchfield. 

Deputy Sheriffs, Leverett W. Wessels, Litchfleld ; Walter S. 
i Cowles, Canaan ; John E. Sedgwick, Cornwall ; Peter W. Mills, 
Kent ; Wilson B. Spring, New Hartford ; Levi S. Knapp, New 
jMilford; John A. Shepard, Norfolk; Newton P. Whittlesey, 
Plymouth ; Henry S. Norton, Salisbury ; Walter D. Sperry, Wash- 
ington ; John D. Howe, Winchester ; Marcus DeForest, Wood- 
bury. 

Deputy Jailer, Jesse L. Judd. 
County Treasurer, Charles P. Webb. 
Deputy Surveyor, Wm. M. Burrall, Canaan. 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 



LITCHPIELD. 
Attorneys at Law. 
Bacon, Asa* 
Bacon, Francis 
Beers, Seth P. 
Beeman, F. D. 
Church, Samuel 
HoUister, G. H. 
Se3rmour, O. S. 
Smith, Truman* 
Woodruff, G. C. 

Adams, Charles 
Beebe, P. S. 
Bolles, S. B. 
Braman,' S. G. 
Buel, Frederick 
Camp, R. 6. 
Camp, P. W. 
Catlin, Cyrus 
Coe, Walter 
Cowles, Edward, 
Dudley, S. H. 
Gamsey, John 



Goslee, C. C. 
Griswold, Julius 
Hall, Norman 
Hopkins, Edward 
Kilboum, Truman 
Lewis, Ozias 
Norton, Wm. 
Oviatt, John A. 
Pierpont, Leonard 
Plumb, P. W. 
Stoddard, D. B. 
Taylor, Uri 
Trowbridge, Steph. 
Webb, Charles L. 
Welch, H. P. 
Woodruff, I. B. 

BARKHAMSTED. 
attorney at haio. 
[HitchcockvilU.] 
Goodwin, Hiram 

Alvord, Arba 
Burwell, F. W. 



Camp, Edward 
Case, Hira 
Cleveland, A. P. 
Hayes, Ezekiel 
Howd, Samuel 
Ives, Jesse 
Lee, Henry 
Loomis, Lester 
Merrill, George 
Merrrll, Merlin 
Phelps, Lancelot 
Taylor, Virgil 
Youngs, Daniel 

BETHLBM. 
attorney at Law. 
Bellamy, J. H. 

Ambler, Joseph 
Ambler, John C. 
Bird, Joshua 
Peck, Henry W. 
Skidmore, P. H. 
Warner, Bennett 



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COUNTIES. 



CANAAN. 
MtoTTiejfs at Law. 
Burrall, Wm. M. 
Church, Leman 
Elmore, John Jr. 
' Granger, M. T. 
Peet, George W. 

Allen, £. P. 
Belden, Edmund 
Brown, Cornelius 
Bunce, Chauncey 
Catlin, George O. 
Ensign, Sidney 
Hosford, S. C. 
Lawrence, Harvey •. 
Lawrence, Lyman 
Pierce, William G. 
Stephens, G. W. 
Wilcox, Russell 

CORNWALL. 
Attorney aZ Law. 
Wheaton, George 

Baldwin, Phineaa 
Bierce, Obadiah 
Calhoun, Jed. 
Hart, H. M. 
Kellogg, Philo 
Marsh, Isaac 
North, B. B. 
Pratt, Chalker 
Rogers, Anson 
Rogers, D. L. 
Scovill, Jacob 
Sedgwick Benj. 
Wadsworth, James 

COLEBROOK. 
Baldwin, Hiram 
Carrington, Edw. 
Chfimberlin, A. 
Corbin, Peter 
Foster, J. B. 
Griswold, Lucius 
Howell, Arthur 



Persons, Wing 
Sage, Hiram 
Spencer, Job 

GOSHEN. 

Mtomegs at Law. 
Baldwin, Birdsey 
Brewster, Nelson 

Bailey, Eber 
Gaylord, J. J. 
Hart, Alpha 
Humphrey, O. M. 
Ives, Mineas 
Lawton, A. W. 
Miles, Augustus 
Roberts, Stephen 
Street, Lamont 

HARWINTON. 
Attorney at Law. 
Catlin, Abijah 

Abemethy, Andrew 
Alfred, Augustus 
Beach, Moses 
Catlin, Lewis 
Catlin, S. G. 
Catlin, S. S. 
Cook, Martin 3d 
Johnson, A. S. 
Osbom, Sheldon 
Smith, Lewis 

KENT. 
Attorneys at Law. 
Fuller, Henry I.* 
Fuller, RufUs Jr. 
Perry, N. P. 

Beach A. H. 
Benedict, D. M. 
Camp, Miles 
Eaton, Reuben 
Fuller, John R. 
Judd, William 
Peters, E. S. 



Slead, Asft 

NEW HARTFORD. 

Attorneys at Lam. 
Mills, Roger H. 
Phelps, John J.* 

Baker, Anthony 
Bates, S. S. 
Chapin, Hermon 
Douglass, R. 
Garrett, Wait 
Gillett, Horace 
Graham, Freeman 
Merrill, Elijah 
Steele, Isaac P. 
Thorp, J. D. 
Wadsworth, T. 
Watson, Edmund 

NEW MELFORD. 

Attorneys at Law. 
Harrison, J. B. 
Orton, S. D. 
Sanford, D. C. 
Wilson, D. B.* 

Babbitt, Dunning 
Baldwin, C. B. 
Ferris, Ezra 
Hine, Lyman 
Hunt, Edward 
Jacksou, Henry 
Merwin, Henry 
Morris, Levi 
Noble, ExtB. 
Roberts, William 
flanford, C. H. 
Sherwood, L. B. 
Smith, Lyman 
Sperry, H. G. 
Welton, T. A. 

NORFOLK. 
Attorneys at Law. 
Mills, M. F.* 
Peck, W. K. Jr.* 



ATTORirBTS AITD JUSTICES. 



75 



Grant, Harry 
Holt, Isaac 
Hotchkiss, Daniel 
Knapp, BusbneU 
Miles, Hiram 
Mills, F. B. 
Phelps, Darius 
Phelps, Jedediah 
Phelps, Wilcox 
Riggs, Eden 
Rockwell, Geoige 

PLYMOUTH. 

Attomega at Lam. 
Butler, M. N. 
Graves, H. B. 
Johnson, Etida Jr. 

Beecher, Anson 
Bradley, Lucius 
Byington, Charles 
Judson, William J. 
Lewis, John C. 
Morse, Miles Jr. 
Pierce, Hiram 
Preston, Orrin 
Todd, O. A. G. 
Warner, D. D. 
Wetton, Heman 

ROXBURY. 

Baldwin, S. W. 
Blakelee, Turtiss 
Castle, H. H. 
Fenn, A. W. 
Fenn, Lyman 
Leavenworth, J. M. 
Leavenworth, John 
Wakelee, James 

SALISBURY. 
AUomega at Law. 
AveriD, Roger 
Hubbard, John H. 
Mitchell, J. G. 
Norton, Jona. T.* 



Warner, D. J. Guild, Truman 

Wheeler, Philander* Hayes, Elijah 
— Howard, J. C. 



Fuller, R. N. 
Landon, Horace 
Lee, Elisha 
Norton, Lot 

SHARON. 

Attomeifs at Law. 
Orr, James 
Parsons, Daniel 
Sedgwick, C. F. 
Smith, Richard 
Sterling, Ansel 
Stoddard, £. S. Jr.* 

Camp, Israel 
Chaffee, Eben. 
Everitt, S. E. 
Gray, Silas A. 
Hitchcock, ^'outhard 
Hollister Benj. 
Lake, Andrew 
liockwood, Harvey 
Peck, Lewis 
Roberts, Samuel 

TORRTNGTON. 
Jlttamey at Law. 
Abernethy, E. S. 

Abemethy, R. C. 
Blssell, Roderick 
Coe, Demas 
Colt, Anson Jr. 
Drake, Noah Jr 
Goodwin, Warren 
Griswold, Stanley 
Hodges, WiUard 
Holley, F. N. 
North, Phineas 
Wadhams, G. D. 
Woodward;, Griswold 

WARREN. 
Carter, H. W. 



Kellogg, E. M. 
Petere, Manly 
Starr, George 
Tallmadge, G. P. 

WASHINGTON. 
Attomejf at Law. 
Chittenden, Fred*k 

Brinsmade, D. B. 
Burnham, Daniel 
Carter, A. J. 
Hickox, Ithiel 
MitcheU, D. T. 
Morehouse, Joel 
Seelye, Gregory 
Whittlesey, D. C. 

WATERTOWN. 

Attonuy at Law. 
Curtis, Holbrook 

Colt, H. P. 
CuUer, L. W. 
Hemingway, M. 
Manvilie, C. B. 
Mattoon, David 
Mattoon, Dajrton 
Merriman, G. F. 
Nettleton, J. H. 
Skilton, H. B. 

WINCHESTER. 

Attorneys at Law. 
Holabird, Wm. S.* 

Winated. 
Hall, Gideon Jr. 
Hitchcock, Roland 

Blake, Jonathan 
Boyd, John 
Bronson, Theron 
Camp, Moses 2d 
Clark, Lucius 



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COUNTIES. 



Coe, Samuel W. 
Coe, Norris 
Fosket, Ansen 
Hatch, W. P. 
Hurlburt Samuel 
Munsell, Luman 
Nash, Alva 
Rood, Wm. H. 



Wakefield, Luman 
Woodford, E. S. 

WOODBURY. 

^ttomeift at Law. 
Cothren, Wm. 
Phelps, Charles B. 



Atwood, L. G. 
Bull, Thomas 
Hotchkiss, R. H. 
Miner, Samuel 
Peck, B. C. 
Sherman, Elijah 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY. Constituted 1785. 

Judge CHARLES C. TYLER, Middletown. Salary $350. 

Commissioners, Linus Parmelee, Chatham ; Giles Blagu«?, Say- 
brook ; David Evarts, Killingworth. 

Clerk of Courts and Treasurer, Elihu Spencer, Middletown. 

State Attorney, Charles Whittlesey, Middletown. 

Sheriff, Charles Arnold, Haddam 

Deputy Sheriffs, Curtiss Bacon, John S. Camp, Middletown ; 
Charles Stevens, Clinton ; Samuel Holmes, East Haddam ; Charles 
W. Snow, Deep River. 

Deputy Jailers, David Butler, Middletovim ; Joseph W. Norton, . 
Haddam. v^ 

Deputy Surveyor, Ebenezer Smith, Portland. > 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 



MIDDLETOWN. 

attorneys at Law. 
Barnes, Jonathan 
Mather, Thomas 6. 
Phelps, Noah A. 
Spencer, Elihu 
Tyler, Charles C. 
Whittlesey, Charles 

Bailey, Alfred 
Barrett, Joseph 
Carrington, Henry 
Clark, Horace 
Coe, Levi 
Coe, Linus 
Cooper, Samuel 
Edwards, Joseph 
Griswold, D. J. 
Hall, Enoch C. 



HaU, H. D. 
Hubbard, Charles 
Hubbard, E. S. 
Hubbard, Jabez 
Hughes. Edmund 
Miller, Stephen 
Paddock, Henry 
Paddock. Seth J. 
Sage, Barzillai 
Savage, Edward 
Scoville, Edwin 
Smith, Henry D. 
Smith, J. O. 
Smith, John L. 
Treat, L. H. 
Vansands, L. D. 
Ward, G. N. 
Watson, Arnold 
Wilcox, G. V. 



HADDAM. 
Attorney at Law. 
Clark, Smith 

Arnold, Samuel 
Arnold, T. H. 
Brainard, Aaron 
Brainard, Abraham 
Brainard, G. S. 
Brainard, Heber 
Brainard, John 
Brainard, S. R. 
Brainard, Selden 
Burr, Noah P. 
Clark, E. S. 
Cone, Comfort 
Dickinson, Chauncy 
Freeman, Orrin 
Hazleton, Simon 



ATTORNEYS AND JUSTICES. 



77 



Hubbard, A. C. 
Johnson, Stephen 
Selden,£Ua8 
Shailor, Asa 
Spencer, Jesse 
Tyler, WiUiam S. 
Ventris, Smith 

CHATHAM. 

Attorney at Imw, 
Partnelee, Lhius 

Abel, Amroial 
Clark, Amos 
Clark, Elijah 
Clark, Elijah 2d 
Markham, John Jr. 
Selden, Huntington 
Smith, Nath. C. 
Strong, Braddock 
U^er, Sophran 
West, D. B 
WiDiams, Alfred 

CHESTER. 

Attorney at Law. 
Peters, Nathan C. 

Canfield, Joseph 
Colt, Samuel 
Denison, Socrates 
Fargo, J. C. 
L'Hommedieu, J. 
Warner, Ely 
Webb, PhiHp S. 

CLINTON. 
Dibble, David 
EDiott, Ely A. 
Famham, J. R. 
Hurd, Aaron 6. 
Hurd, Leet 
Leffingwell, J. D. 
Merrills, John 
Taintor, Henry 
Wright, Edward 



DURHAM. 

Camp, Alfred 
Elliot, F. T. 
Hickoz, Charles 
Merwin, Miles Jr. 
Newton, Samuel 
Robinson, Asher 
Rogers, Enos 
Tibbals, S. 6. 
Wadsworth, William 
White, John 

EAST HADDAM 
Attorneys at Law. 
Culver^ Moses 
Palmer, John C. 
Wallis, John S. 

Bingham, E. A. 
Chester, Isaac 
Cone, Helon 
Cone, William H. 
Daviscm, Roswell 
Day, Amasa 
Dickinson, Lemuel 
Gates, George 
6re«n, T. P. 
Holmes, J. U. 
Jewett, Nathan Jr. 
Mar^, William 
Meach, Ephraim 
Peck, Daniel 
Pratt, Richard 
Sisson, C. F. 

KILLINGWORTH. 
Evarts, David 
Franklin H. S. 
Harrison, Truman 
Kelsey, W. D. 
Lane, Joseph P. 
Nettleton, Alfred 
Stevens, Philander 

PORTLAND. 
Attorney at Ltoa. 
Hall, Alfred 



Ames, John R. 
Campbell, W. W. 
Hulbert, Halsey 
Payne, Franklin 
Pelton, Moses F. 
Pelton, Ralph 
Penfield, H. A. 
Rowley, A. N. 
Sellew, P.H. 
Stocking, Sylvester 
Strong, Erastus 
Taylor, J. H. 
Wetmore, E. C. 

SAYBROOK. 
Attorneys at Lam. 
Essex. 
Ingham, Samuel 
Phelps, JaUaes 
Starkey. N. A * 
Starkey, S. W.* 

Blague, Giles 
BuU, William C. 
Busbnell, Sidney 
Chalker, Stephen 
Clark, Justus 
Clark, Wflliam R. 
Hart, Henry 
Jones, Josiah 
Marvin, John 
Phelps, James 
Platts, David S. 
Pratt, Gilbert 
Pratt, Gustavus 
Pratt, James H. 
Pratt, S. M. 
Reed, George 
Rogers, C. B. 
Smith, Gurdon 
Southworth, Jabez 
TuHy, 8. M. 
Whittlesey, J. L. 
WiUiams, E. S. 
Williams, B. P. 



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COUNTIES. 



WESTBROOK. 
attorney at Iakid. 
Wright, David A * 

Buahnell, Horace 



Clarke, Alexander 
Doane, Russel 
Lay, William H. 
Post, Silas 
Spencer, Joseph 



Stannard, Reuben 
Stannard^. M. 
Wright, D. C. 
Wright, O. B. 



TOLLAND COUNTY. Constituted 1785. 

Judge blRAM RIDER, Willington. Salary $175. 

Commissioners, Ephraim Dimock, Ellington; Alfred Thresher, 
Stafford ; Norman Little, Columbia. 

Clerk of Courts, Jeremiah Parish, Tolland. 

State Attorney, Loren P. Waldo, ToDand. 

Sheriff, Solomon L. Griggs, Tolland. 

Deputy Sheriffs, Luther Talcott, Bolton ; Henry R. Watrous» 
Coventry ; Humphrey T. Fuller, Hebron : Brewster P. Swift, 
Mansfield ; Lorenzo 6. Winter, Stafford ', Bela Abbott, Vernon. 

Deputy Jailer, Lucius S. Fuller. 

Deputy Surveyor, Novatus Chapman, ToQand. 

County Treasurer, Joseph Howard. 



JUSTICES OP THE PEACE. 



TOLLAND. 
Ladd, Charles R.* 
Stearns, Elisha'^ 
Storrs, Z. A. 
Waldo, L. P. 
WUley, Calvin* 

Anderson, L. C. 
Cross, Talmon 
Gager, John W. 
Griggs, Cbauncey 
Ladd, Ariel 
Stanley, Sidney 
West, Ebenezer 

BOLTON. 

Hunt, Elijah 
Lawson, Sessions 
Lyman, Jacob, Jr. 
Ruggles, Samuel 
Strong, Judah 



Wakefield, Amos 
Watrous, E. A. 

COLUMBIA. 
Jlttomey at l,aw. 
Clarke, Asahel* 

Kingsley, Alpheus 
Little, Norman 
Little, William B. 
Loomis, Dwight 
Morgan, G. W. 
Osbom, William 
West. S. F. 
Yeomans, J. S. 
Yeomans, Sanford 

COVENTRY. 
Brigham, Uriah 
Clark, Thomas 
Curtiss, Marvin 



Daggett, Calvin 
Dimock, Timothy 
Hunt, Eleazer 
Huntington, E. G. 
Kingsbury, W. B. 
Loomis, J. P. 
Lyman, Cyrus 
Wright, John 

ELLINGTON. 
Attorney at Law. 
Brockway, John H. 

Chapman, Calvin 
Dimock, Ephraim 
Dorman, John P. 
M* Knight. Horace 
Pinney, Bei^amin 
Smith, Joel W. 
Steele, O. W. 
Whiton, Flavel 



ATTOKNETS AND JUSTICES. 



79 



HEBRON. 

Attorney at Law. 
Gilbert, Ralph 

Backus, £. L, 
Barber, Gardner 
Brigham, Cyrus 
Buel],JohnW. 
Button, Rani^ord 
Chappell, Anson 
FuQer, S. B. 
Gilbert, P. R. 
Hendee, Leonard 
Hutchinson I. £. 
Jones, H. J. 
KeUogg, J. C. 
JLatbam, A. A. 
Lord, N. £. 
Phelps, R. L. 
Porter, E^iaphfoditus 

MANSFIELD. 
Barrows, Dan 
Barrows, John W. 
Barrows. Philip 
Bennett, Ira B. 
Clark, G.T. 
Conant, Nelson 
Dunham, Eber 
Freeman, Edmund 
Hibbard, D. F. 
Preston, Nathan 
Slate, Needham 



Storrs, Royal 
Storrs, Zalmon 

^ 80MERS. 

Attorneys at Law. 
, Fuller, Solomon, Jr.* 
Kibbe, W. R. 
Wright, F.L. 

Billings, Solomon Jr. 
Chapin, Oliver 
Clark, Jonathan 
Kibbe, Amariah 
Phillips, John 

STAFFORD. 
Attorneys at Law. 
Hyde, Alvan P. 
Wiiley, Asa 

Bartlett, Nathan 
Blodgett, Abijah 
Browning, J. D. Jr. 
Dimock, Loren 
Fairman, £1^ 
Green, A. F. 
James, H. R. 
Knight, Calvin 
Needham, S. F. 
Nettleton, G. D. 
Orcutt, John 
Spelman, Anson 



Thrasher, Alfred 
Winter, Zina 

UNION. 
Corbin, Benjamin 
Lindsey, £benezer 
Moore, Augustus 
Moore, S. W. 
Walker, Harvey 

VERNON. 

Bailey, Alonzo 
Brigham, £. G. 
Bruce, T. C. 
Cogswell, W. T. 
Kellogg, George 
Kellogg, N. O. 
King, Oliver H. 
Talcott, Phineas 

WILLINGTON. 
Albray, John 
Bicknell, Horace 
Carpenter, Simon 
Mdridge, Ariel 
Frink, Elisha 
Heath, John 
Moulton, John J. 
Newcomb, Walter 
Rider, Hiram 
Rider, Rufus 
Sharp, Robert 



Add Attorney^ Brownell, C. D.,* Hartford. 



Under the original constitution, the several towns 
were vested with the power of choosing their own mag- 
istrates, who were to hold a town court every two 
months. Appeals from the town courts were made to 
the General Court, a body annually chosen by the peo- 
ple. [See Original Constitution of Conn, page 18. 



9i:®iXlN£i. 



Tbe Register for 1847 gave a historical sketch of each town, 

' the original Indian names, time of settlement, incorporation, ^tc., 

and some account of the societies unbraced in them. A more 

particular account of the several societies will be given in a future 

Register. 

The population in 1840, and tbe amount of the deposite fund 
in each town, given in the Roister for 1847, are not inserted in 
this, as they continue tbe same. 

ASHFORD. Incor. 1710. 

From H. 31 m ; N. H. tJ6 m. Town M. 1st M. Oct. 
Grand List, 1S46, $23,903 42: Increase $^72 57. 
Toum Clerk and Treasurer, Benj. C. Simmons. 
S'men, J. D. Richmond, E. Knowlton, T. Warren. 
Grand Jurors, Samuel fiicknell, Jr. Charles Collar. 
Constables, John Piatt, Col., John S. Dean. 
Assessors, Benj. C. Simmons, Ebenezer ChafTee. 
B. Relief, Isaac Kendall, John W. Sharpe. 
School 8. Cf. and Treaa., Alva Simmons. 
School Vis,, C. Peabody, H. Gay lord ; Westford, C. S. 
Adams. 

AVON. Incor. 1830. 

From H. 12 m ; N. H. 35 m. Town M. 1st M. Oct 

Grand List, 1846, $11,929 28: Increase $13 46. 
T. Clerk, Alfred Kellogg. Treas., W. W.Woodford. 
S^men, Darius Sperry, S. Bishop, M. Day. 
Grand Jurors, E. G. Sperry, H. Chidsey, L. Lusk. 
Constables, C. R Woodford, Col,, H. M. Woodford, C. 

C. Day. 

Assessors, David Rood, A. Woodford, N. L. Case. 
B. Relief, Luther Wheeler, Jesse Sanford. 
School S. CI., Z. Woodford. Treas., C. Whittlesey. 
School Vis., S. Hubbell, Z. Uawley, N. L. Case. 

BARKHAMSTED. Incor. 1779. 

From H. 24 m ; N. H. 50 m. Town M. 1st M. Oct. 

Grand List, 1846, $15,62S 45 : Increase $294 16. 
T. Clerk, Merlin Merrill. Treas., George Merrill. 



TOwim« 



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S*met$, S. W. Pine, L. Loomis, O. Jones. 

Grand Jurors, L. Smith, U. Spencer, Syl. Case. 

Const y O. Howd, Ctfl., H. L. Lincoln, H. L. Loomis. 

JisseasoTt Alexander P. Cleveland. 

B. Belief, Da'l Sanford, F. W. Burweil, L. Moulthrop. 

School S. C/.,Orvill Howd. T/fow., M. Merrill. 

School VU.i R. S. Uazen, U. Case, A. Priest. 

BERLIN. Incor, 1785. 

From H. 12 m ; N. H. 24 m. Town M. Ist M. Oct 

Grand List, 1846, $44,399 IS: Increase |; 1,545 3a 
Thwn Clerk and Treasurer , Alfred North. 
S'men, Geo. Cornwell, B. G. Wright, E. M. Hall. 
Grand Jurors, Marvin Lee, D. R, Carey, Ira Kent, 

H. Griswold, Jr., L. R. Barnes, John Ellis. 
Constables, Hiram Belden, Col,, J. R. King, William 

W. Norton, J. F. Lewis, Nelson A. Moore, S. C. Hall, 

Thomas Upson, Jr. 
Assessors, Ros. Moore, O. B. Bassett, S. W. TwitchelU 
B. Belief, R, U. Peck, H. Wells, S. Savage. 
Schools. Clerks, Kensington, Edwin Barnes; New 

Britain, Lucius Woodruff; Worthington, Samuel C. 

Wilcox. TVcflW., Kensington, Roswell Moore ; New 

Britain, Lucius Woodruff; Worth. Sam'l C. Wilcox. 
School Fiff., Kensington, Sheldon Moore; N. Britain, 

Noah W. Stanley ;*Worthington, W. W. Woodworth. 

BETHANY. Licor. 1832. 

From H. 36 m ; N. H. 10 m. Town M. 1st M. Oct. 

Grand List, 1846, ^1 1,876 19: Increase ^52 55. 

Toum Clerk and Treasurer, Asa C. Woodward. 

S^men, Sidney Sperry, J. Peck, M. French. 

G. Jurors, G. Perkins, O. Wheeler A. Hitchcock, Jr. 

Const, E. S. Sperry, Cot, W. Bradley, J. N. Stoddard. 

Assessor^ Knee land Downs. 

B. Belief, And. Beecher, E. Pardee, M. French. 

School S, Ct, T. Smith. Treas., M. Hitchcock. 

School Vis.f Dexter Potter, A. A. Perkins. 

BETHLEM. Incor. 1787. 
From H. 36 m ; N. H. 32 m. Town M. 1st M. Oct 
Grand List, 1846, $12,753 90: Increase $72 20. 
Town Clerk and Treasurer, Jos. H. Bellamy. 



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82 



TOWNS. 



8*men, Abr. Buck, E. L. Thompaon, G. T. Bloss. 
Grand Jurors, F. Shelton, H. Judson, P. M. Crane. 
Constables, P. H. Skidmore, CoL, Jas. Alien, 2d. 
I Assessor, Marvin S. Todd. 

B. Reliefs Abr. Beecher, G. T. Bloss, D. M. Cowlet. 
School 8. CL and Treas., Gteorge M. Kasson. 
School Vis,, J. C. Ambler, P. H. Skidmore, M. S. Todd. 

BLOOMFIELD. Incor. 1835. 

From H. 7 m ; N. H. 42 m. Town M. Ist M. Oct 

Grand List, 1846, $22,535 97: Increase $831 39. 

r. Clerk^ J. H. Hubbard. Treas., N. F. Miller. 

S^men, G. W. Gorton, G. Barnard, H. Thral . 

Grand Jurors, Ambrose Adams, George Newberry, 
Grandison Barber, H. B. Moore, G, W. Gorton. 

Constables, N. F. Miller, J. K. Gillett, Col., Rockwell 
, Hoskins, C. H. Case. 
\ Assessors, Benj. Graham, Wm. Adams, A. Burr. 

B. Relief, Elisha Moore, H. H. Case, G. Barber. 

School S. CI., Jos. Brown. Treas.., Benj. Ely. 

School Visitors, F. Gillette, R. Warner. 

BOLTON. Incor. 1720. 

From H. 14 m ; N. H. 49 m. Town M. 1st M. Oct. 
Grand List, 1846, $7,718 73: Decrease $19 95. 
Town Clerk, Luther Talcott. Treas., Wm. Keney. 
fif'wicn, Sandford Steele, R. S. White, W. T. White. 
Gravid Jvrcyrs, S. W. Williams, H. M. Cowles, J. 

Lyman, Jr. 
Constdbles, Luther Talcott, CoZ., E. B. Bishop. 
AssessoTj Sylvester T. Skinner. 
B, Rdiefi Samuel Ruggles, A. Wakefield, W. Risley. 
Schools CI. and Treas., Henry Alvord. 
ScJvool Vis., S. Ruggles, H. Alvord, S. T. Skinner, C. 

Maine. 



BOZRAH. Incor. 1786. 
From H. 34 m ; N. H. 54 m. Town M. 1st M. Oct. 
Grand List, 1846, $14,126 97: Increase $3,044 26. 
Town Clerk and Treas., J. W. Haughton. 
S^men, Giles Herskel, J. Miner, A. J. Hough. 
Grand Jurors, Andrew Leffingwell, H. H. Tracy, A. 
Beckwith, W. A. Hammond, A. I. Mason, D. Harris. 



CcmstabUs, Albert Waterman, CbZ., C. M. Pendleton. 
A. M. Crocker, E. Leffingwell, J. Church, E. Brock- 
way, R. Gardiner. 

Assessors^ C. M. Pendleton, J. Bailey, Jr., A. D. Fitch, 

B. Relief, Joshua Maples, J. B. Ford, C. B. Rogers. 

School S, CL and Treas., Isaac Johnson. 

School Vis,, D. A. Fox, J. W. Haughton, M. M'CaU. 

BRANFORD. Incor. 1686. 

From H. 40 m ; N. H. 9 m. Town M. 1st M. Oct, 

Grand List, 1846, $19,671 90: Increase $1,438 47. 

Town Clerk and Treas.i Orrin D. Squire. 

S^men, Orrin Uoadiey, L. Bradley, E. Palmer, S. Cook. 
S. E. Linsley, C. Barker, J. Barker. 

Grand Jurors, H. Grant, M. C. Scarritt, R. Tyler, P. 
Walden. 

Omstables, Ebenezer B. Barker, Col., Malachi Lins- 
ley, Wm. Russell, Timothy Barker. 

Assessors, Virgil U. Cooke, William Russell. 

B. Relief, O. D. Squire, S. Cooke, H. Stedman. 

School S. CI., Samuel Cooke. TVeas., E. F. Rogers. 

School Vis., T. P. GiUett, F. Miller, A. C. Wheat. 

BkIDGEPORT. Incor. 1821. 

From H. 52 m ; N. H. 17 m. Town M. Ist M. Dec. 

Grand List, 1846, ^78,3S3 02 : Increase p,928 12. 

(See Appendix.) 

BRISTOL. Incor. 1785. 
From H. 17 m ; N. H. 29 m. Town M. 1st M. Oct. 

Grand List, 1846, $33,779 32/ Increase ^17 39. 
7\)wn Clerk and Treajsurer, Tracy Peck. 
S^men, Williams Darrow, James G. Peck. 
Crrand Jurors, L. R. Lee, L. Robinson, C. Boardman, 

E. Burwell. N. U. Cook. 
Constables, Ashbll Mix, CoL, L. Atkins, E. Foster, 

A. Warner. 
Assef^sors, Jesse Gaylord, D. W. Prosser. 
B. Relief, Lloyd Atkins, N. Jerome, E. Darrow. 
Schofil S, CI. and TVeas,, Tracy Peck. 
Sch^X)l Vis., J. H. Nichols, R. H. Seeley. 



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I BROOKFIELD. Incor. 1788. 

^ From H. 60 m ; N. H. 31 m. Town M. 1st M, Oct. 

\ Grand List, 1846, ^16,105 50: Increase $644 24. 

I Thwn CXerk, Bryant Smith. lYeas., A. L. Williams. 

> S^men, Sidney Hawley, H. C. Brush, L. B. Northrop. 
' Grand Jurors, H. Ruggles, A. Smith, S. E. Merwin. 

I dmstables, Benedict Dunning^ Col., A. C. Peck, W. 
y H. Lake, L. Smith. 

I Assessors, Charles Hawley, L. Smith, R. H. Parker. 
I B. Belief, Hiram Fairchild, H. C. Brush, S. E. Merwin. 

* School S. CL, Bryant Smith. TVeas., Beers Foot 
I School Vis,, D. C. Curtis, H. D. Noble, A. L. WiUiam». 

I BROOKLYN. Incor. 1786. 

> From H. 44 m ; N. H. 68 m. Town M. Ist M. Oct. 
[ Grand List, 1846, ^24,336 52 : Increase $470 36. 

> Thwn Clerk and Treasurer, Zachariah Spalding. 
) S^men, Charles Clark, J. Searls, W. Day. 

• Grand Junrrs, E. Baker, C. Wilbur, H. W. Hyde. 
' Constable and Collector, Aaron H. Storrs. 

I Assessor i Levi Ross. 

I B. Belief, Geo. Martin, J. B. Palmer, B. Brown, Jr. 
( School tS. Clerk and Treasurer, James B. Whitcomb. 
I Sdiool Visitors, Daniel M. Hale, Albert Day. 

; BURLINGTON. Incor. 1806. 

I From H. 18 m ; N. H. 37 m. Town M. Ut M. Oct. 

> Grand List, 1846, ^11,881 30: Decrease $183. 

' Toum Clerk A. Pettibone. Treasurer, E. Scranton. 

I S'men, M. H. Upson, Smith Tuttle. 

, G. Jurors, S. Lowry Jr. L. Blackman, M. B. Toby. 

I Constables, Wm. Bull,Col, A. B. Cornwall. 

I Assessors, M. H. Upson, Joshua Moses. 

JB. of Relief, D. F. Butler, E. Cornwell, J. Peck. 
I School S. Clerk, A. Pettibone, Treas. D. F. Butler. 

School Vis., J. W. Elton, D. Bennet. M. B. Toby, 

CANAAN. Incor. 1739. 
From H. 45 m ; N. H. 56 m. Town M. 1st M. Oct. 
Grand List, 1846, $29,375 06: Increase $2,585 41. 
Town Clerk and Treasurer, William Douglas. 



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; S*men, R. H. Wilcox, John Watson, W. H. Grossman, 

) B. F. Tobey. 

} O. Jurors, Lyman Page, E. D. Mansfield, L. Munson, 

( H. Briggs, F. Donalds, C. Beebe, F. Ferris. 

S Constables^ Fred*k Watson, Col., D. Brewster. 

I Assessors, Wm. S. Marsh, John Watson. 

) B. of Belief, W. M. Burrall, N. Stevens, F. Ferris, 0. 

I Root. ' 

> CANTERBURY. Incor. 1703. \ 

] From H. 40 m. N. H. 64 m. Town M. Ist M. Oct. \ 

S Grand List, 1846, $24,051 82 : Increase $106 42. i 

) Town Clerk and Treasurer, S. P. Robinson. i 

c S'men, Comfort S Hyde, Mason Morse, Elias Williams, < 
( Roswell Ensworth, John Francis. J 

\ G. Jurors, G. S. White, Jeremiah Green, G. W.^Lyon. ( 

> Roswell Ensworth, Jr., Thomas Palmer. ( 
) Constables, hsihoi A. Smith, Col., J. P. Lester. j 
c Assessors, C. S. Hyde, Walter Willians. J 
i B. of Relief, John Kendall, James Bradford, Walter ; 
) Peck, J. M. Francis, Marshall Smith. ) 
) School S. Clerk and Treas., John Francis. ( 

> do. do do. Westminster, 0^ H. Butts, i 
J School Vis. S. L. Hough, Rufus Waldo. J 
) do. We»ftnifw/«r, Albert Dewing, E. W, Waldo. ) 

! CANTON. Incor. 1806. I 

\ From H. 17 m. N.~H. 40 m. Town M. 1st M. Oct. J 

; Grand List, 1846, $17,737 79: Increase $555 10. ) 

) (See Appendix.) ? 

I CHAPLIN. Incor. 1822. 

• From H. 33 m. N. H. 63 m. Town M. Ist M. Oct. l 

' Grand List, 1846, 9,007,70: Decrease ^4 85. S 

I Thwn Clerk and TVeasurer, Frederick Storrs. ) 

, S'^men, W'm Hunt, Alvin Moulton, Fredus Preston. ) 

I Grand Jurors, Stephen Ford, Daniel Griggs. ( 

Constables, O. Bennet, Jr. Col,> A.M. Griggs. S 

Assessors, J. S. Turner, A. F. Knight, M. Church, ) 

B. ofHelief, D, A. Griggs, Otis Whiton, C. H. Lyon. > 

School S. and Threas, Frederick Storrs. I 

School Visitors, Erastus Dickinson, Lester BilLFre-j 

dus Preston. L 



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CHATHAM. Incor. 1767. 

From H. 22 m. N. H. 32 m. Town M. Ist M. Oct. 

Grand List, 1846, ^22,874 13; Increase $953 47. 
T. Clerk, N. C. Smith. Treas. John Markham Jr. 
S'men, John Markham Jr., Lewis Utley. 
Grand Jurors, Alfred Brooks, Alfred Kellogg, Nym- 

phas Wright Jr., A. B. Hinckley. 
CtmstcUfleSjJohn Carrier, Col., Philo Bevin. 
Assessors, Hiram Markham, C. A. Strong. 
B, of Relief, Alfred Brooks, E. Clark, J. W. B. Smith. 
School S. Clerk and Treasurer, H. Selden. 

do. do. East Hamptofi, Luther Rich. 

do. Treas. " " Chauncey Bevin. 

do. Visitors, J. C. Houghton, F. B. Woodward. 

do. do, E. H. Wm. Russell, Charles Morse. 

CHESHIRE. Incor. 1780. 

From H. 26 m. N. H. 14 m. Town M. 1st M. Oct 
Grand List, $26,580 63 : Increase, $582 13. 
Town Clerk and Treasurer, Charles Shelton. 
S*men, Lloyd Moss, G. D. Allen, N. Beach. 
Grand Jurors, C. Peck, R. Johnson, E. A. Cornwall. 
Constables, Marshall Beach, Col., W. H. Newell, L. 

A. Humiston. 
Assessors, Samuel Williams, Nathan Booth. 
B. of Relief, John Peck, A. Doolitae, Elihu Yale, C. 

Allen. 
School S Clerk and Treasurer, Elihu Yale. 
School Visitors^ Daniel March, E. E. Beardslee. 

CHESTER. Incor. 1836. 

From H. 32 m. N. H. 32 m. Town M. 1st M. Oct. 
Grand List, 1846, 09.447 54: Increase ;)^59 07. 
Thwn Clerk and T^easttrer, Socrates Denison. 
S^Tnen, S. P. Russell, A. Lynde, S. C. Silliman. 
Grand Jurors, A. H. Gilbert, R. Ely, Wm. Bates, G. 

Jones. 
Constable and CoUecior, Daniel Barker, Jr. 
Assessor, William Miller. 

B of Relief, E. S. Shipman, Z. Clark, H. Chester. 
School S. Clerk and Treasurer, Wm. D. Clark, 
School VisitOTy Newell Bous^hton. 



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CLINTON. Incor. 1838. 

From H. 3S m. N. H. 25 m. Town M. l»t M. Oct. 

Grand List, 1846, $13,095 79 : Increase $301 93. 

Thwn Clerk, Alfred Hull. Treasurer, Eben Redfield. 

S*men, Abel Kelsey, E. Parks, Wm. H. Buell. 

G. Jurors, Wm. H. Buell, Silas Stannard, C. Dibbell. 

Constable and Collector^ Josiah C. Chittenden. 

Assessors, A. G. Uurd, Barber Grtnnell. 

B. of Rdief, Russell Stannard, C. Manwarring, John 

Merrills. 
S. S. Clerkj J. L. Hull. Treas, Alfred Hull. 
School Visitors, E. S. Huntington, J. B. Guild, J. E. 
( Bray, D. H. Hubbard, Charles Stevens. 

< COLCHESTER. Incor. 1699. 

From H. 25 m. N H. 45 m. Town M. 1st M. Oct. 

Grand List, 1846, $32,262 50 : Increase $1,612 93. 
T. Clerk, S. A. Kellogg. Treas^ J. B. Wheeler. 
S^men, Newhall Taintor, S. T. Gillet, A. J. Loomis. 
Grand Jurors, L. G. Standish, B. F. Otis, E. McFsdl, 

J. L. Sprague, J. S. Ransom, Daniel Foote. 
Constables, Charles Clark, CoL, J. T. Bulkeley, Wm. 

Foote, Henry Foote, Elijah Adams, Calvin Bissel. 
Assessors, D. B. Carroll. C. F. Day, E. M. Day. 
B, of Rdief Avery Morgan, J. D. Pack wood, W. E. 

Tracy. 
S, S, Clerk, D. B. Carroll. TVeas, John Isham. * 
School Visitors, R. Way, J. Kellogg, A. Ransom, John 

Packer, Cha's Clark, R. Gillet, C. F. Day. 

Borough or Colchester. Inc. 1824. 
Warden, Enoch Brown. 

Burgesses, A. B. Pierce, J. C. Hammond, O. Worth- 
thington, S. A. Kellogg. A. M. Hurlbut, J. S. Eaton. 
Clerk and TVeasurer, A. R. Park. 
Bailiff, J. T. Bulkeley. 

COLEBROOK. Incor. 1779. i 

From H. 31 m N. H. 55 m. Town M. Ist M. Oct 
Grand List, 1846, $16,756 43 : Increase $476 26. 
Thton Clerk and TYeasurer, Arthur Howell 
S'men, C. B. Phelps, E. Doty, Jr., H. Parsons. 



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G. Jurors, B. B. Rockwell, Asa White, Miles Lewis. ) 
ConstableSy Newton Hawley, CW. T. C. Walling, L. ? 

DeWoir. ( 

Assessor, Erastus J^imons. \ 

B, of Rdief, Reuben Rockwell, R. L. Beecher, J. ) 

Roberts. 
S. S. Clerk, M. L. Phelps. Treas. R. Rockwell. 
School Visitor, Asaph O. Pinney. 

COLUMBIA. Incor. 1804. 
From H. 23 m. N. H. 46 m. Town M. 1st M. Nov. 
Grand List, 1846, ^10,698 36: Increase $509 5S. 
Tovm Clerk and IVeasurer, William Osborn. 
S^Tnen, C. R. Hill, H. W. Abell, Benj. Hartson. 
G. Jurors, Samuel Sawyer, G. Y. Robertson, Henry B. 

Little. 
Constables, A. H. Fitch, C. K. Hill, Col. 
Assessors, John B. Ticknor, N. K. Holbrook. John S. 

Yeomans. 
B. of Belief, Chester Bill, O. Clark, Benj. Hartson. 
Softool S. clerk and IVeasurer^ Norman Little. 
School Visitors,. J. W. Woodward, John S,i Yeomans, 

H. B. Little, A. H. Fitch, Kno« Gates, A. Yeomans. 

CORNWALL. Incor. 1740. 

From H. 39 m. N. H. 46 m. Town M. 1st M. Oct. 

Grand List, 1846, $19,457 21 : Increase, $237 85. 
Thvm Clerk and Treasurer, Frederick Kellogg. 
8*men, Myron Hurrison, D. L. Rogers, Ira Frink. 
Grand Jurorrs, Joseph Essex, A. S. Rogers. 
Constables, M. P. Bell, Col., John Cross. 
Assessors J. R. Harrison, Darius Webb. 
B. of Relief, H. C. Gregory, R. Rexford, E. R White. 
S, S. clerk, E. D. Pratt TVeas, J. R. Harrison. 
Sch. Vis. J. L. Maynard, Seth Pierce, J. R. Harrison. 

COVENTRY. Incor. 
From H. $1 m. N. H. 56 m. Town M. 1st M. Oct. 

Grand List. 1846, $26,538 22: Increase, $1,201 96. 
Town Clerk and Treasurer, R. Belknap. 
S^men, Wil d Hutchfnspn, T. K. Jones, H. Edgerton. 
Grand Jurors, Gardner Lord, Solomon Bidwell, Har- 
vey Kingsbury, Jerome Carpenter, D. M. Burnap. 






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Cons, N. L. Bidwell, G. N. Loomis, C. H. Loomis, Col, 
A»e88or8t Martin Lyman, Simon Gager, E. Hendee. 
S, of Relief, Justin Janes, Calvin Daggett, R. H. Rose. 
Schhol Soc, Clerk and IVeasurer, Samuel Wilson. 
School Visitors, Cbauncev Booth, H. B. Blake. 

North C. G. A. Calhoun. 

AndoveTi A. Miller. 



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DANBURY. Named 1687. 

From H. 61 m ; N. H. 36 m. Town M. 2d M. Nov. 

Grand List, 1846, $69,421 32 : Increase ^,159 38. 

Town Clerk, E. S. Sanford. Trecu., E. S. Tweedy. 

S*men, John F. Beard, John Benedict, J. P. Crosby, 
H. B. Wildman, Horace Quick. 

Grand Jurors, D. B. Booth, Seth Seeley, Edward Tay- 
lor, Horace Couch, Daniel Odell. 

Constables, C. F. Starr, Col., A. L. Benedict, Wm. H. 
Banks, Abner Dickerson, J. B. Sears. 

Assessors, Nelson L. White, John Benedict, Wm. S. 
Peck, Sherman Ferry, David Sanford. 

B. Belief L. H. Boughton, H. 0. Judd, Ezra Hoyt, 2d. 

School S. CL and Treas,, Aaron Seelye. 

School Vis,, R. K. Bellamy, Daniel Blackman. 

BoBouoH or Daitbury. Incor. 1822. 

Annual Meeting, May or June. 
Warden, Samuel W. Jennings. 
Burgesses, F. S. Wildman, D. D. Wildman, S. A. 

Hurlburt, Wm. Montgomery, Anson Cornwall, E. S. 
Tweedy, Eli H. Mallory, Daniel S. Betts. 
Oerk, Wm. P. Comstock. Treas,, D. P. Nichols. 
BaUiff, William H. Banks. 

Borough of Bethel. Incor. 1847. 

Annual Meeting, month of May. 

Wartlen, Nathan Seeley, Jr. 

Burgesses, A. C. Shepard, H. E. Hickok, S. Ferry, 

Z. F. Judd. 

C2erk, Clark B. Ferry. Treas., Hiram Weed. 
Bailiff, William McDole. 



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DARIEN. Incor. 1820. 

From H. 73 m ; N. H. 38 m. Town M. Ist M. Oct 
Grand List, 1846, $15,495 08: Increase $159 50. 
Town Clerk and Treasurer, Ira Scofield. 
S'tnen, W. Andrews, Holly Bell, Joseph Mather. 
Grand Jurors, E. O. Page,A. W. St. John, N. B. Weed. 
Const., G. 1. Bowler, Col., H. B. Wallace, N. B. Weed. 
Assessors, J. H. Gorham, S. C. Waterbury, E. Seely. 
JS. Relief, Ebenezer Weed, N. A. Bouton, B. S. Reed, 
Waters Raymond, A. W. St John. 

.DERBY. Incor. 1675. 

From H. 45 m ; N. H. 10 m. Town M. 1st M. Oct 

Grand List, 1846, $31,72-^ 14 : Increase $888 26. 

Town Clerk, J. P. Can field. Treas., A Beardsley. 

S*men, Sheldon Smith, Jr., D. White, A. Holbrook. 

Grand Jurors, C. Lindley, W. B. Wooster, L. Hotch- 
kiss, J. I. Rider, Ebenezer Northrop, Julius Bassett. 

Constables, Anson Piatt. D. T, Stoddard, W. C. Wake- 
ley, Col.,\J. M. Beach, H. W. Coles, J. B. Steele. 

Assessors, W. Smith, H. Upson, G. Blakeman. 

B. Relief, Thomas Burlock, S. Keeney, S. A. Downs. 

School S. CI., J. P. Canfield. Treas , S. G. Wilcoxon. 

School Vis., Wm. B. Ashley, George Thacher. 

DURHAM. Incor. 1708. 

From H. 21 m ; N. H. 18 m. Town M. 1st M. Oct 
Grand List, 1846,915,592 30: Decrease, $90 55. 
Town Clerk, Wm. Wadsworth. Treas., E. Jones, 
S*men, Watson Davis, I. Parmelee, H. Tucker. 
Grand Jitrors, E. S. Camp, E. B. Meigs. 
Constables,!,. C. Robinson, Co/., R. H. Shelley. 
Assessors, Elisha Newton, Luzerne Elliott. 
B. Relief, Henry Lyman, W. P. Stone, T. J. Coe, 

Elizur Camp, Bishop Atwell. 
School S. CI., Asher Robinson. Treas., E. Jonea. 

EASTFORD. Incor. 1847. 

From H. 34 m ; N. H. 68 m. Town M. 1st Jf . Oct- 

Grand List included in Ashford. 
Town Clerk and Treasurer, John B. Adams. 
S^men, James Trowbridge, J. Chapman, W. Lyon. 



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Grand Jurors^ C. Whitaker, A. Hewit, D. Leonard. 
Constables, D. B. Dorsett, CoL, Lorenzo Lyon. 
Assessors^ Fielder Watkins, J. B. Latham. 
B. Relief, Weeden Clark, C. Whitney, U. B. Carpenter. 
School S. CI., Calvin Whitney. Treas., W. Lyon. 

EAST H ADD AM, Incor. 1734. 

From H. 33 m ; N. H. 35 m.' Town M. Ist M. Oct- 
Grand List, 1846, j»34,974 84 : Increase $741 64. 
TWn Clerk and TYeas,, Daniel B. Warner. 
S^men, Alfred Dean, L. Dickenson, A. Hungerford. 
Grand Jurors, Henry F. Gardner, D. C. Wheeler, 

James Gladwin, J. E. Hungerford, Wm. H. Ayres. 
Constables, D. Cone, Col,, J. P. Arnold, F. L. Swan, 

Robert S.Cone. 
Assessors^ Wm. Silliman, Wm. Marsh, Elijah Day. 
B, Rdi^* E. Smith, N. Jewett, Jr., Roswell S. Cone. 
Sch4)ol S. CI, Elijah A. Bingham. 

EAST HARTFORD. Incor. 1783. 

From H. 4 m ; N. H. 39 m. Town M. 1st M. Nov. 
Grand List, 1846, $31,308 32 : Decrease $772 77. 
Thwn Clerk, E. S. Goodwin. TVetw., D. Pitkin, Jr. 
S^men^ Joseph Goodwin, Mahlon Forbes, S. Brewer. 
Grana Jurors, Worcester Alexander, E. Abbey, Wm. 

B. Smith, M. Elmer, Jr., G. Brewer, Edwin Stevens. 
Constables, Horace Williams, CoL, Albert Keeney, 

Ashbcl Brewer, Seth Risley. 
Assessor, George Pitkin. 

B. Rdief, Charles Pitkin, E. Anderson, Chas. Forbes. 
Sclu)ol S. CI, H. Williams. Treas,, Ashbel Olmsted. 
School Vis., Samuel Spring, Horace Williams, C. H. 

Olmsted, S. L. Chiids, R. Pitkin, A.Easton, J. Porter. 

EAST HAVEN. Incor. 1785. 
From H. 40 m ; N. H. 5 m. Town M. 1st M. Oct. 

Grand List, 1846, $21,566 24: Increase $442 22. 
Town Clerk and Treasurer, Reuel Andrews. 
S'mtfn, George Thompson, A. B. Rose, J. B. Davidson. 
Grand Jurors, Julius Upson, D. S. Fowler, Elkanah 

Huntley, Wm. Thompson, Wm. Tyler. 
Constables, A. Thompson, Col., C. Woodward, J. I. 

Hotchkiss. 



Jisseswra, Samuel Hemingway, 2d, J. Woodward, 2d. 
B. Relief, Daniel Smith, H. Bray, J. Thompson. 
School S. CI. and T^eaa., Bela Farnham. 
School Fm., D. W. Havens, P. B. Street. 

EAST LYME. Incor. 1839. 

From H; 44 m ; N. H. 4S m. Town M. 1st M. Oct. 

Grand List» 1846, $11,063 93 : Decrease f 18 78. 
Town Clerk, M. H. Warren. Treas., P. Comstock. 
S*men, J. D. Otis, R Koyce, Israel Beckwith. 
G. Jurors, J. L. "Beckwith, J. G. Rogers, S. Griswold. 
CoTiat, G. T. Adams, Col., D. Caulkins, G.C. Haynes. 
Assessors, Job Tubbs, J. H. Latimer, R W. I^ee, 
B. Relief, C. E. Smith, Thomas Avery, Ezra Beckwith. 
School S. C/., Job Tubbs. Treas., P. Comstock. 
School Vis., Fred. Gridley, P. G. Wightman. 

EASTON. Incor. 1845. 

From H. 63 m; N. H. 28 m. I own M. Ist M. Oct. 

Grand List*, 1846, $15,983 94 : Increase $325 87. 
Town Clerk, Edward Hill. TVeas., Eli Adams. 
S'men, Walker Sherwood, Samuel Jackson. 
Grand Jurors, J. Winter, W. Lyon, E. M. Sanford. 
Constables, Wm. W. Thorp, Col , Burr Burnett, Geo. 

Knapp, J. S, Howland, Horace Fanton, M. Burr. 
Assessors, J. S. Rowland, B. S, Wheeler. 
B. Relief, Edward Hill, Eli Adams, W. Sherwood. 
School S. CI. and'Treas., James Baldwin. 
School Fm., C.T. Prentice, N. Freeman, Ira Abbot, 

Wm. Denison, A. Bradley, Edward Hill. 

EAST WINDSOR. Incor. 1768. 

From H. 1 1 m ; N. H. 46 m. Town M. 1st M. Oct 

Grand List, 1846, $26,251 82 : Increase $971 46. 
^Toton Clerk and Trects., David Osborn, 2d. 
S*men,H. W. Allen, C. Ellsworth, L, Stouehton. 
Grand Jurors, J. Pasco, Jr., C. Barber, N. S. Osborn. 
Constables, H. Prior, Jr., O. P. Bartlett. 
Assessors, S. W. Bartlett, H. D. Allen. — 
B. Relief, Lemuel Stoughton, C. Barber, B. Hamilton 
School S. CI awl Treas., Levi Moody. 
School Vis., J. S. Allen, Edwin Barber. 



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ELLINGTON. Incar. 1786. 



From H. 15 m ; N. H. 50 m. Town M. 1st M. Nov. 
Grand List, 1846, $21313 81: Increase $951 25. 
Town Clerk and Treasurer, Oliver W. Steele. 
S'men, Horace Warner, J. Snow, Asa Lewis. 
Grand Jurors, Dan Parker, A. Slafter, 6. Smith. 
Const., H, M. Chapman, Col,, E. P. Pease, S. Morris. 
Assessors, Noah Pease, O. M. Hyde, Nathan Charter. 
B. Belief, Eph. Dimmick. B. Grant, H. McKnight. 
School S. Cl.y J. W. Smith. Treas., C. Sexton. 
School Vis., N. H. Eggleston, H. McKnight, L. S. 
Pease, Ephraim Dimmick, Cyrus Pease. 

ENFIELD. Incor. 1683. 

From H. 17 m ; N. H. 52 m. Town M. 1st M. Nov 
Grand List, 1846, $43,639 98: Increase $1,393 60.. 
7Ww Clerk arid TVeas., Jabez T. Taylor. 
S*men, Arnold Olmsted, A. Clark, Dan T. Chapin. 
Grand Jwrors, Henry Warner, Samuel R. Pease, 

Jabez ParsonSj Memnon Kingsbury. 
Constable, Albert Clark» Col. 
Assessors, P. Henry, E. J. Scrimgeour, R. A, Pease. 
B. Relief y Jonathan Pease, J. P. Converse, Hiram S. 

Belcher, Cliarles Clark, Ephraim. Potter. 
School S. CI. and TYeas., Jabez f. Taylor. 
School Vis., F. L. Robbins, J. Harvey, P. Gordon, A. 

Palmer, S. G. Risley, W. S. Simmons, C. 0. King, 

Henry Abbe, Edward Hoskins. 

FAIRFIELD. Incor. 1646. 
From H. 57 m ; N. H. 22 m. Town M. 1st M. Dec. 
Grand List, 1846, $51,934 11: Increase $961 31. 

(See Appendix.) 

FARMINGTON. Incor. 1645. 

From H. 10 m ; N. H. 27 m. Town M. 3d M. Nov. 
Grand List, 1846, $54,052 62: Decrease $229 61. 
Tbwn Clerk, Simeon Hart. Treas., William Gay. 
S^m&iy Fisher Gay, Ira Hadsell. 
Grand Jurors, S. Deming, L. P. Rowley, Charles 
Cowles, J. C. Usher, D. B. Johnson, Hiram Hills. 



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CkmstaMes, S. P. Dickinaon, CW., E. Scott, P. Strong, 
, Gteorge Richards, James W. Cowles, J. C. Hart. 

Assessors, Erastus Scott, H. D. Stanley, E. L. Lewis. 
1^. Belief, Henry Lewis, G. Stillman, A. F. Williams.; 
• School S. CZ. cmd TVeas., Chauncey Kowe. 
\Schod Vis.y S. S. Cowles, W. McAlister. 

FRANKLIN. Incor. 1786. 
I From H. 36 m; N. H. 60 m. Town M. 1st M. Oct. 

IGrand List, 1846, $16,451 84: Increase $631 96. 
I Tbwn Clerk, Cyrus Frink. Treas., Fredus Ladd. 
\S^men, Tommy Hyde, John Hazen, Scepta Fillmore, | 
Edward A. Allen, William L. Ladd. \ 

Grand Jurors, John Sabin, C. H. Armsbury, Fredus 

Ladd, Laurens Brewster, Solomon A. Frink. 
Cmstables, Samuel I. P. Ladd, Col., Eli H. Hazen, 

Thomas G. Kingsley, Willard G. Pember. 
Assessors, Chas. T. Hazen, C. Armstrong, G. Lamb, Jr 
B Belief, C. D. Fillmore, 0. Johnson, S. Loomis. 
ScJwol S. CI, and Treas,, Ashbel Woodward. 

do. 2d Society, Dwight Bailey. 
School Vis,, S. Nott, N. C. Greenslit, S. D. Prentice, 
D. Hastings. 2d Society, E. H. Hazen, Solomon A. 
Frink, C. D.Fillmore. 

GLASTENBURY. Incor. 1690. 
From H. 9 m ; N. H. 38 m. Town M. 1st M. Oct. 

Grand List, 1846, $37,641 67: Increase $670 19. 
Toum Clerk, Thaddeus Welles. Treaa., 0. Brainard. 
S*men, Guy Samson, James Alger, Chauncey Andrews, 

Ogden M'Lean. 
G. Jurors, B. Taylor, R. Crane, G. Covell, A. Hollister. 
Constables, Guy Samson, Col., W. B. Neau, G. Kinne. 
jSsaeasora, Chauncey Turner, James Killam, Edwin S. 

Treat, David Q. Curtis. 
B. Belief, F. Hale, D. E. Hubbard, G. Kinne. 
School S. CI., H. T. Welles. Treaa., B. Taylor, 
do. South, H. W. Brown, do. R. D. H. Stevens, 
do. Eaat, Edwin Crosby, do. C. Goodale. 
School Via., Henry T. Welles. 

do. South, Roswell Hawley. 

do. Eaat, W. C. Sparks, Sabin Stocking. 



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GOSHENrincoiri739r 

From H. 32 m ; N. H. 42 m. Town M. 1st M. Oct. 
Grand List, 1846, $26,760 64 : Increase $521 72. 
TotDTi Clerk, Willard Gaylord. TVeaa., M. Lyroan. 
S*men, Milo Bartholomew, Uri Wadhams, G. A. Hill,! 

Sterling Wooster, Nelson Brewster. 
Grand Jurors f John Beach, Jr., William Griswold, 

Norman Austin, J. B. Thomson, W. H. Brooks. 
Constables, David Lucas, Jr., CoL, Edward Bailey. 
Assessors, Willard Gaylord, Andrew Bailey. . 
B. Reliejf, Aaron Oviatt, Erastus Merwin, iLamont 

Street, Sterling Wooster, L. D. Allyn. 
School S. CI., M. Bartholomew. Treas. , H. N. Lyman. 
School Vis., Elisha Baldwin, L. S. Perrin, I. Sanford. 

GRANBY. Incor. 1786. 

From H. 18 m ; N. H. 50 m. Town M. 1st M. Oct. 

Grand List, 1846, $29,865 78: Increase $1,034 80. 

Toum Clerk, A. B. Holcomb. Treas. W. H. Pratt 

S*men, Henry Merwin, A. A. Collins, F. Reed. 

Grand Jurors, Milton Hayes, Chauncey Holcomb, A. 
B. Holcomb, E. Griswold, G. Spring, O. Alderman. 

Constables, Orlin Dibble, Col., D. Latham, C. Hol- 
comb, O. Griffin, J. H. Holcomb, B. Godard, L. Pratt. J 

Assessors, Ahira Merriam, Byron Godard, Horace Ken- ) 
dall, Charles Alderman, S. A. Clark. 

B. Relief, Solomon Gains, A. Petti bone, C. P. Clark. 

School S. CI., F. Dibble, Treas., A. Gillett. 

School Vis., A, B. Holcomb, E Holcomb. 

GREENWICH. Accepted 1662. 

P'rom H. 88 m ; N. H. 48 m. Town M. 1st M. 'Oct 
Grand List, 1846, $58,210 83: Increase $243 37. . 

T' wn Clerk, Samuel Close. Treas,, A. Mead. ) 
/S'm/'W, Ard Knapp, Z. Close, G. Ferris. ) 

Graivd Jurors, O. L. Ford, A. Lyon, J. Husted. 
Constables, Z. Minor, CoL, B. F. Husted, A. R. Lane. 
Assessors, Nathaniel Husted, Joseph Close, J. L. Mo- 

sher, Wm. Newman, Benjamin Page. 
B* Relief, \mslC Peck, A Mead, Henry Rich. 
School S, CL, P. Button. IVecu., Z. Mead. 
School Vis., P. Button, B. M. FariiMfton, Samuel ) 

Close, T. A. Mead, Nelson Bush, J. W. Lounsbury. ? 



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GRISWOLD. Incor. 1813. 

From H. 53 IB ; N. H. 73 m. Town M. Ist M.|Oct. 
Grand List, 1846. ^4,790 73: Increase |}1.165 28. 
Town Clerk and Treas,^ Charles E. Leonard. 
S^mt*n, Nathan Prentice, H.L. Johnson, G. AveriU. 
Grand Jurors ^ E. M. Brewster, John Green, W. H. 

Baldwin, Sprague Tifft, Albert Burton. 
Const, R. Rix, CoL, W. A. Phillips, O. L. Wheeler. 
Assessor, William Huntington. 
B, Relief, J. AveriU, Wm. Lord, G. W. Clark. 
SchoorS. CL and TVcoji., H. L. Morgan. 
Scliool Vis., Calvin Terry, C. E. Leonard. 

GROTON. Incor. 1705. 

From H. 50 m ; N. H. 59 m. Town M. Ist M. Oct. 
Grand List, 1846, $29,434 92: Increase $1 ,660 77. 
Toton Clerk and Treas., Sanford Morgan. 
jSf'men, Urbane Avery, J. P. Spicer, Samuel Morgan, 

T. Williams, W. Crumb, J. A. Morgan, J. M. Turner. 
Grand Jurors* Elihu Spicer, Amasa Rockwell, A. L. 

Avery, L. Lamb, Asa Park, G. W. Ashbey. 
ConsLi J. P. Spicer, CoLt W. Clark, J. Edgcomb, S. A. 

Morgan, A. Williams, R. W. Smith, N. Haley, B. 

Sanders. 
Assessors, U. Avery, J. C. Lamb. 
5. Relief, E. Morgan, G. Haley, C. M Williams. 
School S. CL and Treas-i Elisha Morgan. 
School Vi-}., Erastus Denison. 

GUILFORD. Incor. 1643. 

From H. 36 m; N. H. 16 m. Town M. IstM. Oct. 

Grand List, 1846, ^32,093 11 : Increase ^1,658 54. 
T. Clerk, H. W. Chittenden. Treas., S. C. Johnson. 
S^men., A. A. Leete, S. Robinson, A. Fowler. 
Grand Jurors, Wm. Fowler, J. Monroe, E. S. Fowler, 

D. Bardett, D. B. Rossiter. 
Constables, J- Parker, Col., S. Clark, B. Monroe, W. 

V. Chittenden, D. D. Chittenden. 
Assessors, B. Chittenden, S. C. Johnson, S. Fowler. 
B. Relief, R. Frisbie, J. Hotchkiss, S. W. Dudley. 
School S. CL, Alvan Talcott. Treas., E. S. Fowler. 
Schoid Vis., L T. Bennett, E. E. HalL 



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HADDAM. Incor. 1668. 

From H. 23 m ; N. H. 28 m. Town M. Ist M. Oct. 

Grand List, 1846, ^3,852 18: Increase #2,711 64. 

Toion Clerk, E. S. Clark. Treas., Russell Shaler. 

S-men, J. R. Shaler, S. Scovil, Jr., C. Clark, W. B. 
Dickinson, B. M. Clark. 

Grand Jurors, E. Pierson, B. M. Clark, R. Gladwin, 
Coleman Clark, D. M. Tyler, John Brainerd. 

Const, A. Hubbard, CW., S. C. Shaler, J. Spencer, W. 
P. Arnold, G. M. Clark, B. Shaler, U. S. Brainerd. 

A$8€89or», Ansel Spencer, A. Shaler, L. Arnold. 

B. Reli^, R. Shaler, E. Pierson, H. E. Brainerd. 

Scfukd kS. CI., Wm. B. Dickinson. 7Ve<l«., T. Hutch- 
inson. 

HAMDEN. Incor. 1786. 

From H. 33 m ; N. H. 6 m. Town M. Jst M. Oct. 

Grand List, 1846, #23,538 37 : Increase $57 26. 
Town Clerk and Treas., Leverett Hitchcock. 
S^men, H. Munson, H. Tuttie, E. Dickerman. 
Grand Jur&rSi Elias Bassett, L. Warner, L. F. Todd, 

H. Potter, H. Tuttie, M. Goodyear, L. Dickerman. 
Constablest A. Johnson, Col., H. Humiston, A. O. 

Beach, R. A. Sanford, A. Goodyear, P. Dickerman. 
AssessorSt'Eli Dickerman, Arba Dickerman. 
B. Belief, L. Hitchcock, J. M. Ford, A. R. Hough. 
tScfuH)lS. CI., E. Dickerman, Mt. Carmel ; J. Woodin, 

Jr., E. Plains. Treas., L. F. Todd, Mt. Carmel ; 

Jared Bassett,E. Plains. 
School Vis , A. Dickerman; Mt. Carmel, A. Putnam, 

£. Plains. 

HAMPTON. Incor. 1786. 

From H. 38 m ; N. H. 63 m. Town M. 1st M. Oct. 

Grand List, 1846, #14,503 94: Increase #472 74. 

Town Clerk and Treas,^ Dyer Hughes, Jr. 

S^Tneti, Wm. Durkee, 2d., N. B. Jackson, Ralph W. 
Robinson. 

Grand Jurors, A. Martin, B. F. Robinson, E. Burn- 
ham, E. S. Moseley, Wm. Fuller. 

Constables, W. Bennet, Jr., Col., R. S. Williams, H. 
C. Snow. 

Assessor, Alonzo Martin. 



B. Rdief, Mason Cleveland, B. F. Robinson, Roger S. 

Williams. 
Schools. CI and TVeow., Dyer Hughes, Jr. 
School Vis,j A. Hammond, R. W. Robinson, I. Clark, 

J. C. Jackson, W. Bennet, Jr., W. Cary, W. Brown, 

AsaBurnham, Newton Clark. 

HARTFORD. Incor. 1636. 

From New Haven 35 miles. Town M. 4th M. Nov . 

Grand List, 1846, ||265,167 92 : Increase $6,961 20. 

Tottm Clerkf Henry Francis. 2Vea«., N. Goodwin. 

S'tnen, Charles Wells, T. C. Perkins, A. S. Stiliman, 
J. Groodwin, Z. Alden, R. G. H. Cone, Wm. Bigelow. 

Grand Jurors, R. G. Drake, J. H. Holcomb, E. Good- 
man, H. Cornwall, Josiah Raymond, S. Whiting. 

Constables, H. Bastings, Col, C. Burt, 0. Ripley, N. 
Starkweather, E. Knox, F. A. Seymour, R. G. Wells. 
W. P. Chamberlain. 

Assessors, Jona. Goodwin, S. Spencer, F. A. Hale, M. 
A. Tuttle, Edward Stanley. 

B. Belief, Albert Day, C. Goodwin, S. Talcott, C. Bos- 
well, Oliver Woodford. 

School S. CL, E. W. Parsons. Treas., Olcott Allen. 

School Vis., N. H. Morgan, L. F. Robinson. 

City or Hartford. Incor. 1784. 

Annual Meeting, 3d Monday in April. 
\ Mayor, Philip Ripley. 

} Aldermen, T>. F. Robinson, B. Hndson, Judges ; T. 
[ M. AUyn, Charles Shepard. 

Conmum Council, C. Benton, J. Bolter, R. Brown, E. 
I Button, S. E. Chapman, J. Church, E. Clark, Jr., 
) C. Day, Wm. B. Ely. E. Flower, G. Fox, H. Free- 
[ man, C. Goodwin, J. H. Goodwin, J. S. Rice, J. B. 
Shultas, 0, Smith, Perry Smith, Edwin D. Tiffany, S. 
Woodruff. 
iBecorder, Seth Terry ; derk Court, J. C. Walkley. 
1 Cferky Henry Francis ; TVeas., N. Goodwin. 

Sheriff's, H. Hastings, N. Starkweather. 

Collector, H. Hastings ; Auditor, J. C. Walkley. 

HARTLAND. Incor. 1761. 
From H. 25 m ; N. H. 52 m. Town M. 1st M. Oct 
Grand List, 1846, ^11,762 69: Decrease f5l8 82. 



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Taum Clerk, H. J. "Gates. Treas,, John Gates. 
S^men, Darwin Griffin, F. Clark, B. Giddings. 
Qrwnd Jtarors, Wm. Bowers, G. D. Cornish, L. Os- \ 

born, Darius Emmons. 
CkmstabUs^ Higzins Huzford, Col,, £. Banning. 
Assessors^ Jos. Carrier, Lewis Emmons, W. Stebbins. 
B. Relief, H Robinson, J. Church, 2d., F. Clark. 
School j§. C/., L. Cowdery. Treas.. W. Gibbons. 
School Vis,f Nelson Scott, D. Sanford, 0. C. Gates, J. 

J. Phelps, H. Loomis. 

HARWINTON. Incor. 1737. 

From H. 23 m ; N. H. 38 m. Town M. Ut M. Oct. 

Grand List, 1846, $16,349 12 : Increase $186 00. 

Town Clerk and Treas., Andrew Abernethy. 

S^men, Sheldon Osborn, H. L. NVetmore. 

Grand Jurors, Ansnn Johnson, Jr., Charles Wilcox. 

Constables. Willis Catlin, Col., J. H. Scovill. 

Assessor, Orrin Barber. 

B. Relief, Allen Birj^e, A.Webster, B. Catlin. 

School S. CI, Abijali Catlin. Treas., E. Burwell. 

School Vis., Peter Beardsley. 

HEBRON. Incor. 1708. 

From H. 22 m ; N. H. 42 m. Town M. 1st M. Oct. 

Grand List, 1846, ^23,445 83 : Increase $370 U. 
Thvm Clerk, J. G. Page. TVeas., 0. C. White. 
S^men. George Strong, B. Root, E. S. White. 
Grand Jurors, C. D. Norton, O. Welles, W, Babcock, 

C. Hubbard, O. B. Porter, T. L. Brown. 
Constables. H. Crane, Col , A. F. Norton, A. P. Post, 

G. W. Harris. L. N. Tiffany, N. B. Lyman. 
Assessors, G. R. Beach, T. Strickland, W. A. Fitch. 
B. Relief E. Porter, S. C. Horton, I. W. Sill, S. R. 

Jones, \i. Hutchinson. 
School S. CI.. E. L. Backus. TVeas., Charles Post. 
ScJiool Vis., S. G. Hitchcock, E. G. Doolittle, Henry 
_ Baylies, Ralph Gilbert. 

HUNTINGTON. Incor. 1789. 

From H. 52 m ; N. H. 1.7 m. Town M . Ist M. Oct. 

Grand List, 1846, ^19,762 64: Decrease S65 57. 
Ihwn Clerk and TVcow., liemuel Beardslee. 



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S^men, Henry B. Lake, David Beecher. 

Grand Jtmm, R. Hurd, D. French, C. N. Shelton. 

ComtaUea, Cyrus Lewis, Colj 0. Booth, D. Hawley, 

G. Judson, H. Downs, D. Lewis. 
I Assessors, Eben. Wakelee, Daniel French. 

B, Hdief, Samuel Drew, Henry B. Lake. 

School S. CL, H. S. Edwards. 7Vea«.,L. Beardslee. 

School Vis., C. J. Todd, HL S. Edwards, C. N: Shel- 
ton, J. Tomlinson, W. A. Judson, D. N. Lane. 

KENT. Incor. 1739. 

From H. 49 m ; N. H. 50 m. Town M. 1st M. Oct. 

Grand List, 1846, jfill 3,988 78: Increase ^92 05. 

Town Clerk, R. Fuller, Jr. TVeas.. J. M. Raymond. 

S^men, John Wilson, David Noble, Silas Dutcher, Nel- 
son Morehouse, John R. Fuller. 

Grand Jurors, James Schef merhorn, J. M. Raymond. 

Constables, H. Edwards, Col, E. Schermerhorn, W. 
B. Newton, J. Carpenter, I. Goodsell, H. H. Roots, 
Marshall C. Gibbs. 

Assessors, Isaac Goodsell, D. Comstock, D. Morehouse. 

B, Relief, Harvey Turrell, IraSegar, Pliilip Judd. 

School S. CI. and TVeas,, Asa Slade. 

School Vis., W. W. Andrews, E. Osborn, L. B. Bull, 
H. I. Fuller, J. C. Hatch, Jared M. IngersoU, E. B. 
Goodsell. 

KILLINGLY. Incor. 1708. 

From H. 47 m ; N. H. 82 m. Town M. 1st M. Oct. 
Grand List, 1846, $40,082 22: Increase $4,355 10. 
Town Clerk and Treas., Shubael Adams. 
j, S'men, Joseph Adams, Randall Davis, Ebenezer Bur- 

lingame, Otis Barstow, Jeremiah Law. 
Grand Jurors, Warren W. White, Josiah Barber, Ira 

Young, Stephen Rickard, Prentice Kies, J. Oatley. 
Constables, John W. Spalding, CoL, Albert .H. Cole, 

Seth M. Cady, Samuel C. Chase. 
Assessors, George Warren, John J. Warren, Lowell 

Graves, Rufus Seamans, Elisha B. Vaughn. 
B. Belief, William Alexander, Benjamin F. Chapman, 

William W. Wrisfht, Israel Chase, George Williams. 
School Vis., T. O. Rice, David E. Hall, A. Converse. 



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101 



KILLINGWORTH. Incor. 

From H. 37 m; N. H. 25 ra. Town M. IstM. Nov. 
Grand List, 1846, $9,991 8U : Increase $720 26. 
T(nDn Clerky S. W. Turner. Treas., P. Stevens. 
S^men, Charles Davis, Nathan Lane, Abner Parmelee. 
Grand Jurors, Henry Harris, Noah Kelsey, A. Lane. 
Constables, Joseph J. Buell, CbZ., John Wilcox. 
Assessors, Eliab H. Parmelee, C. Davis, T. Harrison. 
B. Relief Henry Snow, Abner Parmelee. 
School tS. CLy Horace Redfield. Treas., R. Turner. 
School Vis.f Joseph J. Baell. 

LEBANON. Incor. 

From H. 30 m ; N. H. 54 m. Town M. 1st M. Oct. 

Grand List, 1846, f 31, 202 98: Increase $1,966 30. 

Thwn Clerk and Treas., John Wattles. 

S^men, George H. Hill, Ebenezer Johnson, Jr., James | 
Tew, Edmond Harding. ^ 

Grand JurorSy Justin L. Badcock, Henry Fowler, Jo- 
seph Potter, J. L. Cook, C. Hayward, S. E. Haynes. 

Constables t Lester B. Badcock, CoLy Jared Davenport, 
Justin Clark, Austin Gay, James Monroe Kingsley. 

Assessors y George H. HiU, Amos Fowler, Silas P. 
Abel, Daniel Wildman, Jr. 

B. Relief, Joshua Tracy, Elkanah Williams, Julius | 
Clark, Nathan Brown. 

School S. CL, E. Dolbeare. lyeas., J. L. Badcock. 

School Vis,, John C. Nichols, Learned Hebard, Jesse i 
Wright, Stephen Champlin. 

LEDYARD. Incor. 1836. 

From H. 50 m ; N. H. 59 m. Town M. 1st M. Oct 

Grand List, 1846, $18,728 63: Decrease $217 00. 

Ihwn Clerk and TVeo*., Christopher Newton. 

S^7nen,El\BBW. Brown, Stephen Billings, Isaac W. 
Geer, Samuel S. Lamb, John S. Lester. 

G. JurorSy N. B. Geer, W. Browning, 2d, G. Andrew. | 

ConstableSy Edward Spicer, Col., W. L. Main, E. A. 
Satterlee, A. Avery, A. L. Latham, G. Andrew. 

Assessors, Luke Gallup, Daniel Lamb, Henry Stod- 
dard, J. Brewster, Jr. 

B. Relief, Peter A. Gallup, Jacob Gallup, Elisha A.; 
Satterlee, Henry Hallett, Theophilus Avery. 



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S(^tool S. CI, and TVeas., Amos Geer. 
I School Vis.f William M. Gray. 

LISBON. Incor. 1786. 

From H. 42 m ; N. H. 65 m. Town M. Ist M. Oct- ; 
Grand List, 1846, $14,223 26: Increase $1,075 47. 
Thvm Clerk and IVeas.f Thomas M. Jewett. 
S^TTven, Ebenezer Lyon, J. L. Benjamin, G. P. Harvey. 
GrandJurorat L. J. Branch, M. Waters, E. Kimball 
Constablej Jonathan Perkins, Col. 
Assessor^, Daniel M. Brown, Joseph A. Edmunds. 
B. Relief, Joseph B. Hebbard, J. Grant, H. G. Harvey. 
Scliool S, d, and IVeas,, Ezekiel Brumley. 
School Vis., T. M. Jewett, T. A Clark, J. Perkins. 

LITCHFIELD. Incor. 1719. 

From H. 30 m; N. H. 36 m. Town M. 1st M. Oct. 
GrandList, 1846, $49,695 60: Increase $1,993 84. 
T(yum Clerk, S. P. Bolles. TVecw., G. C. Woodruff. 
S^mefiy Josiah G, Beckwith, William L. Smedley, 

Truman Gilbert, Jacob Moss, Murray Kinney. 
Grand ^mtw^, Robert Williams, Ruf us Ames, Lucius 

Gri8Wold,E. Hale, C.S. Buel, A. M. Humphrey ville. 
Constables, Wm. F. Baldwin, Cb/., R. H. Harrison, 

C. D. Wadhams, L. Stone, S. A. Merwin, R. A. 

Ford, Samuel Brooker, Jr. 
Assessors. David Marsh, Lucius Tompkins, Anson C. 

Smith, Lewis H. Moss, Truman Stone. 
B. Belief, Frederick Gibbs, David Benton, Jeremiah 

Guild, is. H. Moss, Truman Stone. 
ScJwdS. CI,, R. M. Woodruff. TVcos., G. F. Davis. 
jSSc/uk)^ Vis.f Samuel Fuller, F. Bacon, Cyrus Catlin. 

LYME. Incor. 1667. 

From H. 45 m : N. H. 43 m. Town M. 1st M. Oct. 

Grand List, 1846, $22,869 08 : Increase $127 96. 
TWn ClerktOViver I. Lay. Treas,, C. L. Peck. 
S^fnen, Richard L. Lord, William Marvin, Samuel S, 

Warner, Samuel D. ill, William B. Tooker. 
G. Jurors, W. B, Tooker, M. S. Parker, E. Comstock. 
Constables, D. B. Date, Col., Timothy Johnson, W. J. 

Beckwith, Allen Griffin, J. Warner, J. F, Brockway. 
Assessors,^. C. Tinker, T. K. Raymond, J. Selden. 
9. Belief, G. H. Chadwick, R. Lord, Wm. Spencer. 



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Schools. CLand Treas,, Charlea W. Waite. 
School Vis,, Davis S. Brainerd ; 2d Soc, M. S., Parker 

MADISON. Incor. 1826. 

From H. 36 m ; N. H. 21 m. Town M. 1ft M. Oct 
Grand List, 1S46, 818,769 46 : Increase 8969 18. 
Thvm Clerkf TVeae, and Cd., W. P. Munger. 
S^men, J. F. Todd, L. H. Whedon, J. E Norton. 
Grama Jurors, Erastus C. Scranton, W. C. Bushnell, 

£. S. Ely, E. Bassett, James Hill, 2d, Asahel Stone. 
Constables, Samuel R. Crampton, William S. Hull, 

William Wilcox, Samuel W. Stevens, H. C. Stone. 
AssessorSy Frederick Dowd, Curtis B. Bishop. 
B. Relief, Willys Munger, Augustus Peck, T. Norton. 
School S. CI. tmd Treas., Jonathan F. Todd. 

do. North, J. E. Norton. TVcflw., H. C. Stone. 
Sckod Vis., Samuel N. Shepard. 2a, J. P. Terry. 

MANCHESTER. Incor. 1823. 

From H. 9 m ; N. H.43 m. Town M. Ist M. Oct. 

Grand List, 1846, $24,255 55 : Increase Si, 115 39. 

TVim Clerk and Treas., Ralph Cheney. 

S^men. Martin H. Keeney, Lewis Bunce. 

Grand Jurors, AsaPipin, S. Cambell, J. J.. Slate, G. 

U. (jriswold. 

Ccmstables, Eli Pitkin, Col, C. B. Knox, W. White. 
Assessors, Eleazer W. Hoi lister. Miner White. 
B. Belief, George Bunce, H. White, £. E. Hilliard. 
School S. CI. and Treas., Salmon Lyman. 
School Vis., B. F. Northrop, B. C. Phelps. 

MANSFIELD. Incor. 1703. 

FromH. 27 m; N. H. 62 m. Town M. 1st M. Oct. 

Grand List, 1846,820,573 16: Decrease ^12 67. 
Town Clerk and Treas., John N. Barrows. 
S*men. Edmund Freeman, P. Barrows, D. F. Hubbard. 
Grand Jurors, Robert P. Barrows, Jesse Spaffcrd, W. 

C. Young, John M. Turner, L. B. Clark, L. Barrows. 
Constables, Dan P. Storrs, Col., Richard W. Hanks. 
Assessors, R. P. Barrows, A. Dimmick, N. Conant, 

John Atwood. 
B, Belief, Royal Storrs, Charles Arnold, Z. Storrs. 

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Towirs. 



ScJuxd S. CL and Treas., Zalmon Storrs. 

do. North , S. C . Harvey. 
Sclwol Vi8,y A. S. Atwood. North, A. R. Livermore. 

MARLBOROUGH. Incor. 1803. 

From H. 16 m ; N. H. 36 m. Town M. 1st M. Oct 

Grand List, 1846, ^9^09 79: Increase $628 30. 
Toum Clerk, Asa Day. Treas,, Augustus Bh'sh. 
S^men. A. S. firainard, John S. Jones, George Foote. 
Grand Jurors, Horatio Bolles, S. F. Jones, Hiram 

West, William Carrier. 
Constables, P. B. Skinner, Co?., J. B. Buell, George 

H. Billings, Ralph Northam, Charles L. Strong. 
Assessor f David Phelps, 2d. 
B. Belief, Asa Day, James White, Isaac B. Buell, 

Russell Bigelow, Charles Carter. 
Scftool S. CI, and Treas., Asahel L. Buell. 
School Vis., Hiram Bell, John B. Gould, Asa Day, 

Austin Lord, Samuel F. Jones, 2d. 

MERIDEN. Incor. 1806. 
From H. 17 m ; N. H. 17 m. Town M. 1st M. Oct 
Grand List, 1846, $35,521 79: Increase $1,409 45. 
Tow7i Clerk, Lyman Butler. Treas., J. S. Brooks. 
S^TTwn, Levi Yale, E. E. Curtiss, E. Camp. 
Grand Jurors, Elah Camp, J. T. Beckett, W. B.HHall, 

Walter Webb, Homer Curtiss. 
Constabks, Alfred P. Curtiss, CoL, Jared R. Cook, I 

Daniel L. Parker, Nelson Merriam. 
Assessor, Howell Merriman. 
B. Belief, Augustus Hall, Albert Foster, H. C.Butler, 

Russel Coe, Julius Yale. 
School S. a., S. Y. Ives. TVeasurer, H. Curtiss. 
School Vis., A. R. Stevens, C. Munson,G. W. Perkins, 

J. E. Searles, H. Miller, D. R. Wright, B. Catlin, D. 

N. Camp. 

MIDDLEBURY. Incor. 1807. 
From H. 36 m ; N. H. 23 m. Town M. Ist M. Oct 
Grand List, 1846, $11,084 18: Increase $250 97. 
Jotm Oerk and Treasurer, Robert Crane 
S^men, L. B. Hine, C. B. Stone, Daniel Tuttle. 



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G. Jtararsy B. Manvill, W. R. Tucker, D. T. Dennis. 
09n«^» Julius Bronson, Oo^»L. S. Piatt, Alvin Hine. 
Assessor^ Lester Bronson. 

B. Relief i Leon. Bronson, N. Bradley, H. F. Johnson. 
School j§. Clerk and TVeasurer, Jacob Linsley. 
School Visitors, G. W. Prudden, F. W. Sizer. 

MIDDLETOWN. 

From H. 15 in ; N. H. 2? m. Town M. 1st M. Oct. 
Grand List, 1846, $10(5,806 31: Decrease |^1, 374 39. 
Thwn Clerk and Treasurer, Thomas G. Mather. 
'S^men I. W. Baldwin, H. Caswell, D. Edwards, S. 

Wilcox, H. Birdsey, I. Roberts, E. Cooley. 
Grand Jurors^ Jefferson Bacon, Hamilton Brewer, D. 

H. Uulbert, H. D. Cornwell, A. Hubbard, A. Roberts. 
Constables^ London Ward, Col., W.M. Ward, T. 

Bishop, W. Bacon, H. Hands, D. Savage, H. Birdsey, 

A. Roberts. 
Assessors, W. J. French, R. S. Sage, Stephen Hall, 

Ef^bert Atkins, J. R. Johnson. 
B. Belief, Clark Elliott, C. H. Hubbard, Osborne Coe, 

Hiram Miller, E. J. Paddock. 
School S CI and Treas., Ebenezer G. Hubbard. 
Scho(d Visitors, E. C. Hall, E. G. Hubbard, E. Fair- 

child, J. R. Johnson, N. South wick, H. Birdsey, G. 

V. Wilcox. E. Scovil, G. N. Ward. 

City of Middletown. Incor. 1784. 

Annual Meeting, 3d Monday in January. 

Mayor, Horace Clark. 

Becorder, Samuel Cooper. 

Aldermen, William Woodward, Thomas Miner, Syl- 
vester Adams, D. H. Chase. 

Common Council, Benjamin Douglas, Joseph Lewis, 
Arnold Watson, Nat. Smith, Eli Martin, Origen Ut- 
ley, Evan Davis, Benj. Butler, Robert A. Pease. 

City Attorney, Jonathan Barnes. 

aty Clerk and TVeasurer, E. B. Tonopkins. 

City Sheriffs, N. H. Clgsson, Jas. C. Beebe. 

MILFORD. Incor. 1639. 
From H. 45 m ; N. H. 10 m. Town M. 2d M. Dec. 

Grand List, 1846, $25,5S8 62 : Increase $2,439 67. 



Thvm Clerk, D. L. Baldwin ; Treaa., Selah Strong. 
A88e880r8. Anon Clark, Nathan Smith, Chas. Tibbals. \ 
B. of Belief, Nathan Piatt, Jr., Richard Piatt, Gilbert J 

Nettleton, Hezekiah Smith, 2d, Richard Treat. ' 

School S, a. and TYeaa., Stephen B. Ford. 
School Vis,, Asa M. Train, Jona. Brace, Elijah Bryan, 

Anon Clark, S. B. Ford, C. H. Pond, Treat Clark, 

Samuel A. Marshall. 

(See Appendix.) 

MONROE. Incor. 1823. 
From H. 62 m ; N. H. 17 m. Town M. 1st M. Oct 
Grand List, IS46, ^0,979 01 : Increase $955 29. 
Town Clerk and Treas,, Levi Edwards. 
S^mtm, Sylvanus Hawley, J. W. Beardslee, C. Curtiss. 
Grand Jurors, Benjamin Wakeman, Daniel Sharp. 
Const, Isaac Burt, CoL, David Beach, Wm. W. Hoyt, 

Ezra Clarke. 
Assessors, Agur Beardslee, 2d, Ezra Clarke. 
B. Relief, David Wells, Samuel C. Beardslee. 
School S. CL and TVeojt,, William A. Clarke. 
School Vis,, Sturges Bulkley, Charles B. Clarke. 

MONTVILLE. Incor. 1786. 
From H. 37 m; N. H. 62 m. Town M. 1st M. Oct. 
Grand List, 1846, ^1,384 32 r Increase $129 53. 
Toion Clerk, M. C. Raymond. TVeas., Nath*l Parish. 
Semens A. G. Darrow, D. R. Dolbear, Wm. Raymond, 

Wm. Patten, Wm. Whaley. 
Grand Jurors, Arnold Rudd, Charles Allyn, N. B. 

Bradford, John Fitch, S. B. Latimer, B. N. Fox. 
Constables, Henry A. Baker, Col, E. M. Whaley, J.' 

G. Baker, Wm. J. Rogers, J. B. Ashcraft. 
Assessors, A. F. Rogers, Gardner Wickwire, William ' 

Patten, Richard Raymond, David Comstock. 
B. Belief, J. G. Fitch, A. G. Darrow, N G. Bishop. 
School S. Clerk, M. C. Raymond. TVeas., N Parish. 
School Visitors, M. C. Raymond, A. A. Parker, N. C. 

Chapel, J. G. Baker, H. A. Baker. 

NAUGATUCK. Incor. 1844. 
From H. 35 m ; N. H. 17 m. Town M. 1st M. Oct. 
Grand List, 1846, $11,624 10; Decrease $1,117 40. 



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Town Clerkt G. Spencer. Treas,, I. S. Johnson. 
iSf'wen, Wm. H. Hme, O. Warner, Selden Hoadley. 
Grand JurorSy Henry Goodwin, Menet Whalen, Mark 

Hotchkiss, J. L. Isbell, Smith Burns, J. P. Langdon. 
CoruftableSf Homer Osborn, Co/., L. S. Spencer, 2d, 

M. Hitchcock, B. F. Bradley, Monroe Thrall, £. 

Hopkins, Charles Osborn. 
Assessor f Edward M. Payne. 

B. Relm, I. S. Johnson, W. G. Smith, P. S. Stevens. 
School S. CI , David Smith. TVeas., I. S. Johnson. 
School Visitors, A. K. Teele, James McKay. 

NEW CANAAN. Incor. 1801. 
From H. 73 m : N. H. 38 m. Town M. 1st M. Oct. 
Grand List, 1846, $20,878 38: Increase $59Q 4d. 
7\ Clerki S. C. Silliman, Jr. Treas.j Chas. Raymond. ) 
S^men, Hanford Carter, C. S. Benedict, C. Raymond. 
GrandJurors, J. Pattison, J. Scofield, C. Lbckwood. 
Const i A. K. Comstock, Col , A. F. Carter. 
Assessors, Darioe St. John, S. Seely, H. Davenport. 
B. Belief. Holly Hanford, J. Lambert, B. D. Purdy. 
School. S. CI., J. Silliman. TVeas,, S. Hoyt, Jr. 
School Visitors, D. H. Short, Theophilus Smith, A. H.; 

Furguson, C. S. Benedict, Charles Benedict, B. N. 

Heath, Egbert Mead, John Lambert, B. D. Purdy. 

NEW FAIRFIELD. Incor. 1740. 
From H. 6.5 m ; N. H. 37 m. Town M. Jst M. Oct. 
Grand List, 1846, $10,484 .58: Decrease $771 15. 
Ihwn Clerk and TVeasurer, Levi Pen field. 
S^men. Silas P. Barnum, G. S. Wilson, M. Treadwell. 
Grand Jvrors, Elias Barnum, Eleazer H. Beardsley. 
I Ow^., Norman Hodge, CJdZ., E. H. Beardsley, Johni 
^ Cozier. 

( Assessors, Jesse Scudder, J. 0. Beardsley, I. Knapp. 
I B. Relief, Amzi Roeers, E. Brush, P. Stevens. 
» School S. Clerk and Treasurer, E. H. Beardsley. 
[ School Visitors, Amzi Rogers, E. H. Beardsley. 

[ NEW HARTFORD. Incor. 1738. 

) From H. 22 m ; N. H. 43 m. Town M. 1st M. Oct.i 
) Grand List, 1846, $19,066 36: Increase $1,500 88. 
> 7\nDn Clerk and TVeas*, Asa Goodwin. 



TOWNS, 

S^men, Norman Morrell, Henry Jones, S. S. Bates. 
Grand Jurors^ Edward A. Brooks, Charles Judson, 

Edward Gains, Amasa H. Jerome. 
Constable!^, Isaac P. Steele, Col.y Aaron Gates, Jr. 
Assessor, Timothy G. Jerome. 

B. Relief y Wait Garret, Henry Jones, Elijah Morrell. 
School & Ckrkj Asa Goodwin. TVeas., O. Goodwin. 
School Visitors, C. Yale, A. Leadbetter, A. Clark, Jr. 

NEW HAVEN. Incor. 1638. 

From Hartford 35 miles. Town Meeting in Nov. 

Grand List, 1846, {{^45,562 73: Increase $9,851 78. 
T. Clerk, Alfred Terry. Treas., A. Townsend, Jr. 
<S ^men., Benj. Beecher, C. B. Lines, Leonard Pardee, 

Cyprian Wilcox, Henry A. Murray, Marcus Merri- 

man, Jr., Abram A. Thompson. 
GrandJurorSf J. C. Hollister, Horace Andrews, J. 

M. Woodward, Alex. Storer, Silas Ford, A. Austin. 
Constables, Gardner Morse, Col., Scovill Hinman, D. 

H. Carr, Jesse Knevals, George Treadway, Charles 

N. Bromham, Newton Wheeler. 

(See Appendix.) 

City op New Haven. Incor. 1784. 
Annual Meeting, Ist Monday in June. 

Mayor, Henry Peck. 

Aldermen, Marcus Merriman, Jr., Atwater Treat, 
Judges; Jonathan Nicholson, Wyllis Bristol. 

Common Council, M. G. Elliott, Elihu Sanford, Jr., 
B. Silliman, Jr., H. Trowbridge, Jr., J. T. Hemini^' 
way, L. G. Peck, Harris Smith, Wm. Jennings, Bela 
Lord, S. B. Gorham, Wooster Hotchkiss, L. R. Finch, 
Benj. Beecher, Jr., Alex. Storer, M. A. Osborn, S. I. 
Baldwin, A. C. Babcock, Ezekiel Hayes, A. Smith, 
H. J. Morton. 

Clerk, Joseph Wood ; Tr6as„ A. Townsend, Jr. 

Collector, G. Morse ; Auditor, E. A. Prescott. 

City Sheriffs, Scovil Hinman, Joseph Fairchild. 

Recorder, William B. Bristol. 

Attorney y E. K. Foster ; (%srk of Court, H. G. Lewis 



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NEW LONDON. Incor. 1658 

From H. 45 m ; N. H. 54 m. Town M. Ist M. Oct. 

Grand List, 1846,^77,665 28: Increase $10,734 61. 

Thwn Clerk, E. H. Douglass ; TVeas., Eben. Learned. 

S^men, Reuben Heath, C. W. Strickland, Chas. Tread- 
way, Samuel Hobron, R. K. Waller, 

Grand JurorSt Robert Fellows, Josiah R. Steward, 
L. Hempsted, C. D. Boss, G. G. Beebe, T. Fengar. 

Constablea, Robert Fellows, CoL, J. S. Fitch, Joshua 
Hamilton, E Chapman, N. B. Payne, J R Steward. 

Assessors, Colby Chew, Benj. Brown, Daniel Rogers. 

B, Relief, W. A. Weaver, Lyman AUen, Giles Dort. 

School S> CU, Charles Treadway ; TVtas , Chas. W. 
Strickland. 

Sdiool Visitors t Peter D. Irish, E. H. Learned, John 
Bishop, Isaac G. Porter, Phillip Morgan. 

City of Nfiw London. Incor. 1784. 

Annual Meeting, 1st Monday in June. 

Mayor, John P. C. Mather. 

Aldermen, William W. Miner, Thomas Fitch, 2d, 
Edward H. Learned, N. S. Perkins, Jr. 

Common Council, J. H. Turner, Wm. P. Benjamin, 
Wm. Holt, E. H. Dout^lass, Wm. Albertson, John 
Clark, I. A. Avery, AlJ'red Hempsted, C. Treadway. 

CUrk, E. R. Belden. Treasurer, Edward Prentiss. 

Attorney, A C. Leppitt. Clerk of CourUls^^c Treby. 

City SneriffSj Elisha Douglass, Joshua Hamilton. 

NE W MILFORD. Incor. 1712. 

From H. 48 m ; N. H. 40 m. Town M. 2d M. Oct. 

Grand List, 1846,^65,561 27; Increase ^31 64. 

Town Clerk, Jared Bostwick. Trea»., J. O. Noble. 

S'^m^n, Wm. J. Starr, John Wooster, A. N. Baldwin. 

Grand Jurors, Peter Gaylord, J. G. Noble,»John Mal- 
lett, J. C. Roberts, Wm. Roberts, Rufus Gray. 

Const., Charles Treat, Col., J. S. Turrill, J. Bucking- 
ham, C. French, J. B. Brownson, A. W. Warner, C. 
Sterling, C. W. Ferriss. 

Assessors, John Wooster, S. B. Green, N. Kingsley. 

B. Relief, Abel Hine, Wm. Roberts, Peter Mead 

School S. CL and Treas., George W. Whittlesey. 



110 



TOWffS. 



School Vis.t John Greenwood, Enoch Huntington, 
Henry Jackson, Gamaliel H. St. John. 

NEWTOWN. Incor. 1708. 

From H. 50 m; N. H. 25 ra. Town M. Ist M. Oct. 

Grand List. 1846, S42,553 53: Increase S2,206 87. 
Tbiwi Clerk, Henry Sanford. TVeas,, D. H. Johnson. 
S^mefiy Oliver Northrop, Charles Clarke, Thomas O. 

Chambers. 
Grand Jurors, Rufus Somers, HermonFairchild,Geo. 

Curtis, J. B. Botsford, Charles Dikeman. 
Constables, S. P. Barnum, Col., John Warner, Monroe 

Judson, William A. Parsons. Ambrose Shepard, Geo. 

R. Botsford,* A lonzo Taylor, Peter Fairchild. 
Assessors, Ambrose Shepard, Grandison Clarke, Geo. 

Botsford, C. D. Fairchild. 
B Relief, Oliver Summers, E. Morgan, Z. Winton. 
Sclux)lS, CI., Peter Fail child. Treas., Henry Beers. 
School Vis., Amos S. Treat, Charles Clarke. 

NORFOLK. Incor. 1758. 

From H. 36 m ; N. H. 55 m. Town M. 1st M. Oct. 

Grand List, 1846, $22,199 93: Increase $1,242 89. 
Thvm Clerk, Auren Roys. TVeas,, Oliver B. Butler 
S^men, S. S. Camp, Eben. Burr, B. W. Crissey. 
Grand Jurors, Eden Riggs, Hiram Gaylord, John 

Humphrey. 
Constables, Levi P. Phelps, Col, Thomas S. Curtis. 
Assessors, A. G. Phelps, H. H. Rigsfs, Anson Gaylord. 
B. Relief, Elon Maltbie, Isaac Holt, Philo Smith. 
ScJiool & CL, A. Roys. TVea^s., W. Lawrence. 
School Vis. J. Eldridge, Wm. B. Rice, S. D. Northway. 

NORTH BRAN FORD. Incor. 1831. 
From H. 35 m ; N. H. 9 m. Town M. 1st M. Oct 

Grand List; 1846, *-16,870 13 : Increase SSO 24. 
Town CSerk and Treasurer, F. C. Bartholomew. 
S^m£n, Lan^don Harrison, W. R. Foot, Henry Maltby 
Grand Jurors, Stephen Smith, 2d, Alexander Foot 

William Whedon, Elizur Merrick. ' 

Constables, John M. Foote, Col., Lorenzo E. Harrison. 

Henry C. Baldwin, Stephen W. Rose. 
Assessors, Solomon Linsley, 2d, George Rose. 



TOWNS. 



Ill 



B. Relief yEli^im Linsley» Henry Maltby, Samuel A. 

Rogers. 
School jS. Clerk, Northford, Francis C. Bartholomew. 

TYeasurer, Timothy Bartholomew. 
Schixd Vis., North Branford, George I. Wood ; 

Narthford, L. Ives Hoadley. 

NORTH HAVEN. Incor. 1786. 

From H. 28 m ; N. H. 8 m. Town M. Ist M. Oct 

Grand List, 1846, ^^H^M 44: Increase ^153 57. 
T\ywn Clerk and Treas,. Ezra Stiles. 
S^men, C. B. Foote, Jaied Bassett, Merritt Barnes. 
Grcmd Jurors, Gustavus Brockett, Bela Goodyear, 

Georece Munson, David Blakslee, Ira Doolittle. 
Constables, Bennet Todd, Col., Justus F. Brockett, 

Anson Button. 
Assessors, Philemon Blakslee, Justus Barnes, Caleb 

Todd, Byard Barnes, Zerah P. Tuttle. 
> B, Belief, John Todd, Elizur C. Tuttle, Miles Bradley, 
/ Ebenezer Smith, Amasa Thorp. 
School S. CI., Bela Goodyear. Treas., E. Blakslee. 
ScTuxd Vis., B. Pierpont, E. Stiles, S. Pierpont, B. 

Goodyear, J. F. Brockett, F. Barnes, D. Thorp, N. 

Doolittle. 



NORTH STONINGTON. Incor. 1807. 

From H. 55 m ; N. H. 71 m. Town M. Ist M. Oct. 
Grand List, 1846, ^20,047 36 : Increase $389 88. 
7\nm Clerk and Treats. ^ Oliver Hewitt. 
S^inen, Latham Hull, T. P. Wattles, W. Vincent, A. 

Chapman, S. Main, 0. S. Eccleston, R. W. York. 
G^awa ^ror*, John Partelo, .Joseph Chapman, Jr., 

C. W. Vincent, C. Hull, N. Brown, G. Eccleston, Jr. 
Constables, J. H. Crarey, Col, W. B. Hull, T. W. 

Wheeler, H. F. Bentley, Z. T. York, C, W. Main, 

Jonathan Allen, Jr. 
Assessor, William B. Hull. 

B. HeliHf, T. P. Wattles, C. Hull, D. Stillman, Jr. 
Schools. CI. and Treas., Dudley R. Wheeler. 
School Fi9.> Thomas Barber, Henry Miller. 



112 TOWSIS. 

NORWALK. Incor. 1651. 

From H. 67 m ; N. H. 32 m. Town M. Ist M. Dec. 
Grand List, 1846,^43,024 50: Increase #1,182 83. 
Town Clerk, John A. Weed. Treaa., Eli B, Bennett. 

Borough or Nobwaul. Incor. 1836. 

Annual Meeting, 1st Monday in November. 

Warden, Stiles Curtis 

BurgesseSf Samuel Jarvis, M. Durand, Wm. St. John, 

Ch. Sherry, VV. B. Swan, George Lally. 
OerA:, Stephen Olmsted ; Treas , W.C. Street. 
Bailiff, Charles B. Mott. 

NORWICH. Incor. 1662. 

From H. 38 m ; N. H. 58 m. Town M. 1st M. Oct. 
T<ywn Clerk, Othniel Gager. Treas., L. Brewer. 
S^men, B. Huntington, S. B. Meech, E. Y. Thomas. 
Grand Jurors, J^cob Welden* P. M. Judson, J. B. 

Brumley, R. W. Roath, Asa Manning, S. Allen. 
Constables, Z. R Robbins, Col., F. Prentice, T. L. > 

Stedman, C. W. Jennings, George D. Fuller, Edward ^ 

W. Eells, Isaac Johnson. 
Assessors. A. F. Gilman, R. Huntington, B. Durfey. 
B. Relief, J. Dunham, J. A. Yerington, W. F. Clark. 
Schod S CI. and Treas., T. L. Stedman. 

do. 2d Soc. J. G. Huntington. Treas,, L. Brewer. 
School Vis.y 1st Society, John Hyde, 
do. 2d Society, Alvan Bond. 

City of Norwich. 

Annual Meeting, Ist Monday in June. 
Mayor, John Dunham. 
Alaermen, James L. Day, Edward Chappell, W. A. 

Buckingham, B. W. Tompkins. 
Common Council, A. W. Prentice, J. A. Griswold, J. 

B. Brumley, J. M. Huntington, Jedediah Leavens, 

T. P. Norton, Wm. Tubbs.A. E. Cobb. 
Clerk, David Young. Treasurer, Lyman Brewer. 
Attorney, George Perkins. 

S/teriffs, Z. R. Robbins, Erastus Newcomb. 



TOWNS. 



113 



ORANGE, Incor. 1822. 

From H. 41 m ; N. H. 6 m. Town M. l8t M. Oct. 

Grand List, 1846, 021,867 53: Increase ^948 69. 

TVw/m Clerk and TVeo*., William Woodruff. 

S^men. James Fitts, Enoch Somers, Bryan Clark. 

Grand Jurors J Chwlea A. Durand, Edgar Smith, L. 
Smith, Enoch Clark, Dennis Andrew, J. Rogers. 

CkmstableSy Zeri Ailing, CoL, Samuel Potter, W, £. 
Russell, Stephen Treat, Nathaniel Kimberly. 

AssessorSi W. E. Russell, W. A. Bronson, D. Andrew. 

B, Relief, Samuel Potter, Jonathan Treat, James Rey- 
nolds, William Andrew, Levi Ailing. 

School jS. CL arid Treaa.^ Benjamin T. Clark. 

School Vis., Cyrus Brewster, Benjamin T. Clark, 
Aaron Clark, Jr., Willys A. Law. 

OXFORD. Incor. 1798. 

From H. 42 m; N. H. 15 m. Town M. 1st M. Oct. 
Grand List, 1846, $18,344 81 : Decrease ^69 83. 
Town Clerk, N. B. Fairchild Treaa,, C. M. Hatch. 
S^men, N. B. Fairchild, E. Booth, Alfred Harger. 
Grand Jurors, William Gillett, Henry Lumr Albert' 

B. Towner, Benjamin English. 

Const aJbleSy J. J. Wilcoxson, CoL, Mark Wooster, 

John R. Davis, Lucien Baldwin, David T. Meigs. 
Assfssor, Hiram Osborn. 

B. Beliefs D. M. Clark, Bennet Lum, Horace Candee. 
School A C/., N. J. Wilcoxson. Treas.^ N. Stone. 
School Vis,, Nathan J. Wilcoxson. 

PLAINFIELD. Incor. 1700.'' 
From H. 45 m ; N. H. 68 m. Town M. 1st M. Oct. 

Grand List, 1846, 1^31,661 22 : Increase $2,394 69. 
Town Clerk and Treas., George Cady. 
S^men, Wm. Shepard, Caleb Bennet, Hez. French,^ 

Albert Gordon, Lyman Spalding. 
Gramd Jurors, Samuel Hunns, John F. Kennedy, J. 

C. Spalding, Reuben Weaver. 
Constable, John S. French, Col. 
Assessor, Joseph Hutch ins. 

j&. /JeZie/, Stephen Bennet, W. Briggs, Caleb Cole,, 
Kphraim Medbury, Gurdon P. Brown. 



Scfiool S, a., J. C. Spalding. 7Vca«., Henry Sabin. 

do. North, A. Gordon. do. Jona. Goff. 
School Fw., Henry Robinson. ^^ ^ „ ,^. 

do. North, Stephen Hull, M. B. Spalding. 

PLYMOUTH. Incor. 1795. 

I From H. a3 m ; N. H. 32 m. Town M. l8t M. Oct 

> Grand List, 1846. $31,666 63: Increase $1,732 00. 
' Tovm Oerk, E. Johnson. lYeOs., T. H. Dartow. 
' iS'wicn, Josiah Smith, Alexander Pond, T. D. Potter. 
I Grand Jurors, Seth Thomas, Jr., J. M. Bunrall, C 
\ Preston, E. Fenn, G. E. Shelton, John Mansfield. 

> Constables, S. P. Whiting, CoZ., Chauncey Bidwell, H. 

> E. Reid, Herman Warner, Henry J. Woodruff. 

t Assessors, Anson Beacher, A. D. Wells, C. Bradley, Jr. 
[B, Relief, Andrew Fenn, Oliver Smith, Hiram Pierce. 
I School S, CI, A. B. DoolitUe. Treas., Henry Terry. 
[School Vis,, E. Lyman, H. D. Kitohel, S. B. Terry. 

POMFRET. Incorri713. 
i From H. 40 m ; N. H. 75 m. Town M. Ist M. Oct. 
(Grand List, 1846, $31,217 37 : Increase $466 22. 
J Town Clerk and Treas,, Job Williams. 
5 S^mm. Joseph Clapp, W. 0. Green, Charles Burton. 
/ Grand Jurors * Daniel Medbury, By ram Williams, D. 
( Smith, Jared Williams, Marvin White, F. B. Pellet. 
\ Oww^aWes, Lucius E. Sawyer* CoL, Rufus S. Fay. 
5 Assessors, Lucius Fitts, G. S. Ingalls, P.' B, Johnson. 
\ B. Rdief, George B. Mathewson, Ralph S. Taintor, L. 
( E. Sawyer. 

\ School S, CI. and Treas,. W, H. Sabin. 
< do. • Abington Society, George S. Ingalls. 
\ School Vis*, Winthrop O. Green, John S. Oseood. 
5 do. Abington Society, Charles Osgood. 

I PORTLAND. Incor. 1841. 

)From H. 17 m ; N. H. 29 m. Town M. 1st M. Oct. 
(Grand List, 1846, $35,294 71 : Increase" $3, 190 82. 
c 7hwn Clerk, S Stocking. Treas., Henry E. Sage. 
) S^men* W. W. Campbell, J. R. Ames, D. Cornwall. 
i Grand Jurors, Wm. R. Smith, J. E. Goodrich, J. J. 
J Fuller, C. S. Hurlbut, E. A. Penfield, R. Hopkins. 
} Omstaiies, W. H. Bartlett, Col., A. H. Brooks, H. B. 
( Willcox. 



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Assessors^ John J. Worthington, Hiram A. Penfield. 
B, Rdief, E. B. White, H. Hurlbut, Asa Strickland. 
School S. CI, and IVeas., Samuel Hall. 
School Vis., Hervey Talcott, Samuel M. Emery. 

PRESTON. Incor. 1687. 

From H. 45 m ; N. H. 67 m. X own M. lat M. Oct. 

Grand List, 1846, ^6,3)1 80: Increase ^1,226 19. 
Town Clerk, Henry Haskell. Treat., Henry Brown. 
S'men, Charles Hewitt, Wm. Pendleton, B. Reynolds. 
Grand Jwror$, A. A. Gore, F. Laraphere, F. Kimball. 
Constablea, Henry B. Reede, Col., Henry Harvey. 
^a84S8ort, S. Hewitt, W. Andrews, Jr., A. Pendleton. 
B. Relief, Step. Tyler, Amos Stanton, Alvah Reede. 
School S. CL, H. Marion. Tretia., David Baldwin. 
School Vis., H. Marion, R. Williams, Warren Cook. 

PROSPECT. Incor. 1827. 
From H. 30 m ; N. H. 15 m. Town M. 1st M. Oct. 
Grand List, 1846«$6,329 84: Increase $151 87. 
Toum Clerk and TVeas., James Street. 
S*men, George C. Piatt, D. R. Williams, Lyman Smith. 
Chrand Jurors, S. Hotchkiss, Lyman Smith, Warren 

Wilson, Samuel C. Bronson. 
Constables, John Wallace, Col., R. B. Hughes, Henry 

P. Piatt, George C. Piatt. 
Assessors, Lauren Preston, Benjamin Piatt. 
B Relifif, Gideon M. Hotchkiss, Ransom R. Russell, 

Richard Taylor, Aaron Austin, Woodward Hotchkiss. 
School S. CI., G. M. Hotchkiss. Treas., J. Street. 
School Vis., Reuben Torrey, Henry W. Ducachet. 

REDDING. Incor. 1767. 
From H. 65 m ; N. H. 34 m. Town M. Ist M. Nov. 
Grand List, 1846, $23,227 38 : Increase $65 28. 
Town Clerk and 7V<'a«., Jonathan R. Sanford. 
S'men, James Sanford, John Edmonds, John W. San* 

ford. 
Graf id Jurors, Cortes Marchant, A. P. Beers, G. B \ 

Phillips. 
Constables, Benj. Meeker, Col:, A. Lyon, Eli Lyon, 2d, 

Daniel S. Bartram. ' > 

Assessors, A. Byington, J. Edmonds, Charles Wmton' 

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B. Relief, L. Adams, Aaron Burr, 2d, S. S. OsborD. 
School S. CI., J. R. Sanford. Trecu., Aaron Burr, 2d. 
School Vis,, D. D. Frost, Walker Bates. 

RIDGEFIELD. Incor. 1709. 

From H. 75 m ; N. H. 40 m. Town M. 1st M. Oct. 
Grand List, 1846, S27 ,818 32: Decrease $2,161 90. 
Totmi Clerk, Nathan Smith. Treas., Keeler Dauchy. 
S*mefi, Albin Jennings, George Keeler, Harvey Smith, 

WilLiam M. Lynes, Daniel Newcomb. 
Orand Jurors, Elijah L. Thomas, Eli Rockw^I, R. H. 

Picket. 
Constables, H. K. Scott, Col,, D. Hurlbut, L. Keeler. 
Assessors, Keeler Dauchy, Benjamin D. Norris. 
B. Relief, Philip Northrop, Benjamin Lee, Smith B. 

Keeler, Eli Rockwell, David Hanford. 
School S, Cl.,C. H. Jennings. Treas., H. Smith. 
School Vis., Henry Olmsted. 

ROCKY HILL. Incor. 1843. 

From H. 7 m ; N. H. 31 m. Town M. Ist M. Nov. 

Grand List, 1846, $14,144 79: Increase $649 86. 
Town Clerk, Henry Bulkley. Treas., B.G. Webb. 
S'men, Henry Webb, Horace Porter, W. S. Butler. 
Grand Jurors, L. Blinn, B. Bulkley, Erastus Deming, 

Solomon Griswold. 
Constables, James B. Griswold, Col,, Joseph B. Porter, 

Sylvester Griswold. 
Assessor, Joseph B. Porter. 

B. Relief, Alfred Wilcox, B. Wright. Justus Wright. 
School S. Cl„ G. 0. Chambers. IVeas., M. Williams. 
School Vis., George 0. Chambers, Frederick Griswold. 

ROXBURY. Incor. 1796. 

From H. 43m ; N. H. 29 m. Town M. 1st M. Oct. 

Grand List, 1846, $12,602 23: Decrease $4S1 32. 
TWn Clerk, Myron Downs. Treats, Geo. Hurlbut. 
S*m€n, Albert L. Hodge, E. A. Weller, E. Beardsley. 
Grand Jurors, H. L. Randall, R. S. Edwards, J. W. 

Castle, Wm. Pierce, T. G. Botsford, D. Botsford. 
Constables, Ira Booth, Col., A. L. Hodge, D. Warner, 

E. Beardsley, J. H. Nichols, J. T. Sanford, Eli N. 

Bradley. - 
Assessors, Ambrose Thompson, Charles Beardsley. 



B, Reliefs H. L. Randall, A. W. Fenn, D. Botsford. 
School S, CI. arui Treas., Charles Thomas, 
School Vis.f George L. Foote, Austin Ishain. 

SALEM. Incor. 1819. 
From H. 34 m ; N. H. 45 m. Town M. 1st M. Oct 
Grand List, 1846, Sl0,2l6 06: Increase $524 76. 
Town Clerk, Alfred Gallup. Treas , Joseph Hilliard. 
STmen, John C. Daniels, Eli Gates, Roswell Morgan. 
Chrand Jurors, Josiah Raymond, Seth E. Lathrop. 
Constables, Japheth Chapel, Col., James S. Tew, H. 

M. Kelley. 
Assessors, John Gates, Lyman Holmes, Chas. Tiffany. 
B, Relief, C. A. Minard, J. Hilliard, Mark Dodge. 
School S. Cl„ A. S. Holmes., Treas., J. Hilliard. 
School Vis., A. Gallup, L. D. Fish, A. Rathbun, E. 

Treadway, C. Thompson, John C. Daniels, John 

Patten, Mark Dodge. 

SALISBURY. 

From H. 54 m. N. H. 67 m. Town M. 1st M. Oct. 

Grand List, 1846, ^42,329 87 : Increase, $540 27. 

Tovm Clerk, D. J. Warren, Treas. Roger Averill. 

S'men, Milton Hubbard, A. Bushnell, P. L. Barton. 

Grand Jurors, C. Monroe, W. Turner, Wm. Pette, 
Peter McArthur, Abram Carle. . 

Constables, W. R. Holmes, Col., T. A. Chittenden, 

Lorenzo Tupper. 
[Assessors, Jared S. Harrison, Wm. Bushnell. 
, B. Relief, Albert Moore, H. G. Vandeuzen, J. Reed, 
' Mylo Harris, John Landon. 

School S. CI. and Treas., Robert N. Fuller. 

School Vis., Jonathan Lee. 

SAYBROOK. Incor. 1648. 
'From H. 38 m ; N. H 38 m. Town M. 1st M. Oct. 
jGrandList, 1846, S38,018 12: Increase Sl,957 65. 

Town Clerk and Treas., Selden M. Pratt. 

S*men, Gustavus Pratt, Giles Blague, John Platts. 

Grand Jurors, James H. Pratt, Levi Hull, Levi B. 

South worth, Jared Jones. 
, CcmstaMes, G. H. Chalker, Col., J. E. Nott, J. S.Lane. 

i^ssessors, Jabez Southworth, George' H. Chalker. 
> J?. Relief, John Marvin, George H. Chapman. 



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School S. CL, W. Den!8on, 2d. Treas,, J. E. Nott 
Schod Vis,, E. B. Crane, W. R. Clark, H. Bushnell, 

W, Willard, Smith ; Essex, J. D. Hull, H. 

C, Sanford, F. W. Chapman, J. S. Covell, W. G. 

Howard. 

BoROXTGH OF Ess£X. Incor. 182Q. 

Warden, Gurdon Smith. 

BwrgeaaeSf C. R. Doaa- H. L. Champlin, S. Ingham, 

Henry C. Wooster, Edward W. Pratt, Ezra D. Post. 
Clerk and TVeas., John G. Hayden. 
\ Bailiff, Sylvester Munger. 

SHARON. Incor. 1739. 

From H. 51 m ; N. H. 60 m. Town M. Ist M. Oct 
Grand List, 1846, $36,006 57 : Increase $6,^135 79. 
Tbwn derky E. H. Winchester, TVeos-, Ch. Sears. 
^men, John Parsons, D. W. Woodward, G. W. Skiif. 
Grand Jurors, Herman Skiff, 2d, John Woodruff, J. 

F. Ticknor, C. W. Gray, John C. Clark. 
Constables, Benjamin E. Ransom, Col, F. W. Skiff, 

W. T. Ingersoll, A. B. Gray, Ransom E. Everitt. 
Ji8$eMor8, Horace Dunbar, G.H. Lee, Miio Prindle. 
Ji. Relief, John P. Goodwin, C. Sterling, J. S. Chaffee. 
School S. CI., John A. Elliott. Treas., David Gould. 
School Vis , G. L. Brownell, J. Oir, John A. Elliott. 

SHERMAN. Incor. 1802. 
From H. 60 m ; N. H. 50 m. Town M. 1st M. Oct 
Grand List, 1846, $12,155 03: Increase S519 68. 
Town Clerk, D. D. Hoag. TYeas., Ephraim Hatch. 
STmen, WiUis Sherwood, David Graves, A. Wauzer. 
G^randTtfror*, William Pickett, H. P. Evans, Delazon 

Hunsrerford, Abraham Briggs, Albert Hodges. '' 
Constables, Nelson Northrop, CoL, John 0. Page, 

Morris B. Barlow, William H. Giddings. 
Assessors, Walter B. Ferris, Morris B. Barlow. 
B. Relief, Selh Pepper, N. E. Northrop, G. Woodtufll 
School S. CI, and TVeas., Ephraim Hatch. 
Scltool Vis. 9 Judson B. Stoddard. 

SIMSBURY. Incor. 1670. 
From H. 13 m ; N. H. 40 m. Town M. 1st M. Oct 
Grand List, lc46, S16,231 88: Decrease Sl,02l 19. 



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Thvm Clerk, Moses Ensign. TVeflW., Wm. Mather. 

S^mertt Uecius Latimer, S. Holcomb, Allen Pinney. 

Grand JurorSt Abel Adams, Arial Latimer, Stiles A. 
Bradley, C. W. Ensign, L. M. Terrel, R. J. McRoy. 

Ckm8table8y J. M. Case, Col., L. G. Goodrich, D. B. 
McLean, G. N. Fields, A. Mitchelson, Jr., V. Petti- 
bone, James Wilcox, Asahel L. Case. 

Assessors, G. W. Sanford, L. L Barber, A. B. Sisson. 

B. Reiief, Vir^ii Pettibone, M. Sexton, A. L. Holcomb. 

School S. CL E B. Goodwin. lYeas , W. Mather. 

Sch4X)l Vis,, Henry W. Ensign, R. Thompson, J. O. 
Phelps, Jr., A. Chapin, D. B. McLean, L. O. Higley, 
Levi Case, 2d, Harvey L. Wilcox, Albert Rice. 

SOMERS. lDtoor.1734. 

From H. 24 m ; N. H. 59 m. Town M. Ist M. Nov. 

GrandList, 1846, $-20,617 35: Decrease $191 20. 

Jbwn Clerk and IVeas., John Phillips. 

S^merit E. E. Hamilton, I. H. Meacham, J. C. Phelps, 

Conslabk and Col., James M. Kibbe. 

Assessors, Ozias Truesdell, S. Davis, L H. Meacham. 

B. Relief, Gains Wood, Warren Kibbe, Tudor Gawdy, 

School S. CI. and Treas., Oliver Chapin. 

School Vis., F. L. Wright. 

SOUTHBURY. Incor.1787. 

From H. 42 m ; N. H. 20 m. Town M. 1st M. Oct. 
Grand List, 1846, $22,976 03: Increase $567 05. 
T\ncn CJerky^f. Johnson. TVeflW., Wm. Gathrie. 
S^men, A. B. Burritt, E. Wheeler, E. Pearce, M. Clark. 
Grand Jurors, S. Tuttle, J. Hall, J. M. Wheeler, A. 

Bronson, Smith Piatt, Samuel J. Stoddard. 
Constables, H. W. Scott, Cd., D. S. Abbott, C. B. 

Hicock, A. B. Downs, Anson Bray, E. L. Hinman. 
Assessors, Charles Hicock, Samuel J. Stoddard. 
B. Relief, Titus Pearce, M. M. Canfield, Rufus Stiles. 
School S. CI. and Treas., Henry W. Scott. 



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South Britain, Erastus Mitchell. 



School Vis., Williams H. Whittemore. 

do. South Britain, O. B. Butterfield. 



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SOUTHINGTON. Incor. 1779. 

From H. 19 m ; N. H. 21 m. Town M. 1st M Oct. 

Grand List, 18<J6, $31,026 96: Increase ^134 12. 
Town. Clerk and Treat., Frai]|cis D. Whittlesey. 
8*men, Isaac Shepard, M. Merriman, Lester Smith. 
Or and Jurors, George Smith, Sereno Dickinson, Wm. 

Woodruff, J. S. Phmney, E. Brainard, J. C. Thorp. 
Constables, A. Bradley, Col., S. G. Merriman, N. E. 

Stannard, A. E. Finch, L. Woodruff, B. Lee, H. A. 

Miller. 
Assessors, D. R. Sloper, G. Andrews, S. G. Merriman> 
B. Relief, F. W. Willcox, L. Newell, John E. Jones. 
School S. CI. and Treas., Lucas Upson. 
School Vis., E. C. Jones, G. W. Dorrance, F. A. Uart, 

Jesse Olney. 

SOUTH WINDSOR. Incor. 1845. 

From H. 8 m ; N. H. 43 m. Town M. 1st M. Oct 

Grand List, 1S46, ^5,527 17: Increase $247 .57. 

Toum Clerk, James Francis. Treas., Eben. Pinney. 

S^men, John Moore, Horace Grant. 

Grand Jurors^ J. Alexander, J. A. Collins, J. Allen. 

Constables, Horace Chipman, Col., Sanford Buckland. 

Assessors, Francis Stoughton, Randolph Grant. 

B. Relief, Hiram Clark, Theodore Elmer. 

School S. CI., Wm. H. White. Treas., J. Francis. 

Sdiool Vis,, Levi Smith, Theo. Elmer, E. Ellsworth. 

STAFFORD. 

From H. 28 m ; N. H 63 m. Town M. Ist M. Oct 

Grand L^st, 1846, $27,024 85: Increase $1,734 34. 
Toum Clerk and Treas., Abijah Blodget. 
S^men, Abr. Francis, L. Dimmick, Elijah Fairman. 
Grand Jurors, A. Davis, John W. Fairman, H. Smith, 
Daniel Avery. 

Constables, Alfred D. Cady, C(^.j^ Mahlon R. West. 
Assessors, Chester Scripture, C. Johnson, Marcus 

Smithy Lemuel E. Dunlap. 
B. Reluf, R. G. Lamb, M. Davis, William Adams. 
Sch4)ol S, CI. and Treas., John Y. Adams, 
do. West St., Nathan Bartlett. 
-hool Vis,, G. H. Woodward, G. W. Pendletoo, D. 
Livermore, W. N. Clark. 



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STAMFORD. 

From H. 77 m. N. H. 42 m. Town M. 1st M. Oct. 

Grand List, 1846, ^9,798 24 : Increase, $1,277 24. 
Town Clerk, Ei. Scofield Jr. Treetsurer, R. L. Gay. 
S'men, R. L. Gay, Abisbai Weed, Neb. Hoyt. 
O. Jurors, William H. Holly, George M. Hubbard-, 

Amzi Scofield, John iSeely. 
Constables, Isaac S. Jones, Charles T. Leeds, Walter 

Sarles, Col., Isaac H. Smith, Albert Seely. 
Assessors, £. 8. Holly, £. C. Bishop, Cephas Stevens. 
B. of Relief, George Lounsbury, A. Scofield, S. Lock* 

wood. 
School S. Clerkt Ch'y Ayres. Treas. S. B. Provost. 
School Vis, Isaac Jennings, Henry H. Rouse. 

BoAOUGH OF Stamford. Incor. 1803. 

Annual meeting Ist Monday in May. 
Warden, Cbauncey Ayres. 
Burgesses, Oliver Scofield, David Holly, D. W. Smith, 

Andrew Perry, R. H. Lockwood, J. A. Ingraham, B. 

J. Daskam. 
Clerkr J. P. Tobias. Treasurer, S. B. Provost, 
Bailiff, William T. Minor. 

STERLING. Incor. 1794. 

From H. 49 m. N. H. 73 m. Town M. 1st M. Oct. 
Grand List, 1846, $11,177 84 : Decrease $292 62. 
T. Clerk and Treas. Archibald Douglas. 
S'nun, William Crary, Wheaton Wood, Willard Put- 
nam, George Kinyon 2d, Elisha Gallup. 
G. Jurors, W'm Hunt, Eph. Keech, Nat'l Gallup. 
Constables, J. D. Love, Col., Alex. Hill, J. Briggs. 
Assessors, Wheaton Wood, W. A. Potter, J. Gallup. 
B. of Belief, Daniel Ladd, J. D. Love, Alvin Parks. 
S. S. Clerk and Treasurer, Benjamin Dow. 
School Visitors, Archibald Douglas, Henry Wylie. 

STONINGTON. Licor. 1658. 
From H. 57 m. N. H. 66 m. Town M. Ist M. Oct. 

Grand List, 1846, f49,636 12: Decrease $1,340 12. 
Toum Clerk and Treas. John D. Noyes. 



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S'men, Benj. F. Palmer, H. Shaw, P. Wheeler, 6. C. 

Smith, J. W. Hull, F. Sheffield, Samuel Copp. 
Grand Jurors , Simon Carew, Joshua Noyes Jr., 6. C. 

Smith, T. S. Greenman, Alex. Palmer, Erastus 

Wentworth. 
Corutabiei, B. F. Langworthy, Col., L. C. Williams, 

W*m A. Marion, E. W. Hobart, J. P. Williams, Jr. 

Aaseasorst C. H. Smith, Noyes Palmer, Danl Beiitley. 

B, of Beiitf, Asa Fitch, Henry Sheffield, 6 A. Cran- 

dall. 

School 8. Clerk and Treasurer^ W'm C. Moss. 
School Vinior, Charles Sabin. 

STONiifGToir Borough. 

Annual Meeting last Thursday in March. 

Wardtn^ Charles T. Stanton. 

Burgesses, Benjamin Pomeroy, Azariah Stanton, G. C. 

Smith, Hiram Shaw, Benj. Pendleton, Orrin Doty. 
Clerk and Treasurer, Oliver York. 
Bailiff, Charles H. All«n. 

\ STRATFORD. Incor. 1645. 

From H. 49 m. N. H. 14 m. Town M. in Nov. 

Grand List, 1846, $28,325 69 : Increase ^547 97. 
Toixm Clerk,, Lewis H. Russell. Treaa^t J. Gorham. 
S^men% Levi Curtis, Jr., Isaac Wells, John Coe. 
Grand Jurtyrs, Silas Beers, Major A. Brooks, Albert 

Burritt, David Judson, David B. Booth. 
Constables, Silas Beers, CW., Edward Todd, David B. 

Booth, Nathan B. Booth. 
Assessors, Elijah Curtis, D.B. Booth, Freeman Curtis. 
B. Relief, Stephen Curtis, Isaac Wells, L. W. Burritt. 
School S. C/., David P. Judson. TYeas., J. Gorham. 
School Vis,, Wra. B. Weed, J. Scott, J. H. Frost, O. 

Beardsley, H. Burton, D. Gorham, John Mitchell, 

Titus C. Mather, Wyllis StiUman. 

SUPFIELD. Incor. 1674. 

From H. 18 m. N H. 53 m. Town M. Ist M. Oct. 

Grand List. 1846, ^M3.S28 55: Increase $1,041 83. 
Thvm Clerk, W'm Tuttle. TYeaa. Harvey Bissell. 
S^men, Timothy Mather, A. Kinney, E. S. Taylor. 



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Grcmd Jurors y Horace Sheldon , 2d, Justus Pease, S. 

N. Keid, Horace Sheldon, Stephen Cowles, Julius 

King. 
CcmstabUSf P. Harmon. Jr.. Col,y G. Williston, G. L. 

Harmon. 
Assessors, Jay Freeman, W'm Morron, G. Fuller. 
B. of Relief, Charles Mather, Gilson Lewis, J. Noble. 
iSf. S. Clerk and Treas. Daniel W. Norton, 
do. do. West O. W. Kellogg. 

Sch, Vis., A. C. Washburn, Dwight Ives. 

do. West, Joseph W. Sessions, R. W. Keeler. 

THOMPSON. Ipcor. 1785. 

From H. 4S m. N. H. 83 m. Town M. Ist M. Oct. 

Grand List, 1846, $45,653 06: Increase $2,229 46. 
Tyntm Clerk and Vreasurer, Joseph M. Perrin. 
S^men, C. B. Crosby, R M. Bullock, A. Copelin. 
C Jurors, S. N. Aid rich, G. W. Day, Welcome Bates, 

Danforth Kinney, Haley Bizby. 
Ccmstables, B. F. Hutchins, Wm. Barber. CoL 
Assessors, Franklin Bailey, Charles Chandler, Issacbar 

Elliott, Isaac Mills, Erastus Knight. 
B. of Relief, E. Aldrich, H. Seamans, A. B. Baldwin. 
Schiool S. Clerk and lYeasurer, Joseph M. Perrin. 
School Visitors, S. N. Aldrich, Charles Willet. G. P. 

Upham, J. J. Green, H. S. Ramsdell, S. D. Crosby. 

TOLLAND. Incor. 1748. 

From H. 19 m. N. H. 54 m. Town M. Ist M. Nov. 

Grand List, 1S46, $16,665 20 : Increase ;t^471 12. 
Town Clerk arid Treasurer, Samuel Kent. 
S^nwn, Moses Underwood, J. W. Gager, S. D. Merrick. 
G. Jurors, Ch'y Hurlburt, H, Underwood, C. Whiton. 
Constables^ A. M. Hawkins, CoL, J. W. Gilbert. 
Assessors, Reuben Chapman, W. L. Edgerton, Calvin 

Wniton. 

B, of Relief, Ch'y Griggs, J. Lyon, J. Warren. 
S. S. Clerk L. Loomis. Treas. Jonathan R. Flynt 
School Visitors, O. P. Waldo, Z. A. Storrs. 

TORRINGTON. Incor. 1740. 
From H. 28 m. N. H. 44 m. Town M. 1st M. Oct. 

Grand List, 1846, $26,035 96 : Increase $947 61. 



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T. Clerk and Treasurer, Francis N. HoUey. 
S*men, Barzillai Hudson, G. P. BisselUF. P. Whiting. 
Grcund JurarSy T. A. Curtiss, H. Cook, A. Stocking. 
Comtables, Henry B. Richards, CqL, Alex. A. Gillett, 

George P. Bissell, Harvey L. Rood. 
Assessors, Lewis Whiting, Anson Colt. Jr. 
B. of Relief Tho's A. Miller, Deraas Coe. H. Barber. 
S, & Clerk, and TVeas, Stanley Griswold. 

do. do. Torrington, A. Whiting, 

do. do, Wolcottville, G. A. Gaylord. 

Sck. Vis., W. H. Morse, D. G. Humphrey. 

do. TorringtoHy J. A. McKinstry, Th's Benedict, 

Willard Hodges, 
do. Woleottville, S. T. Seelye, G. A. Hobbell. H. 

Zell. 

TRUMBULL. Incor. 179X 

From H. 56 m. N. H. 20 m. Town M. 1st M. Oct. 
Grand List, 1846, $20,566 59: Increase $1,119 45. 
Tbiwi Clerk t Andrew Tait. TVeas- L. B. Burroughs. 
S*ment D. B. Hinman,Ebenezer Wheeler, D. Curtiss. 
G, Jurors^ George Nichols, Isaac E. Booth, Alonzo 

Sherman, George R. Turney. 
Constable, F. P. Ambler, Jr., W. G. Booth, L. G. 

Beers, C. W Curtiss, Lewis Brinsmade, Cd,, 
Assessors. Samuel Edwards, E. Sterling, Asa French. 
B. of Belief H. S. Nichols, F. Beach, Sam'l Mallett 
S, S, Oerkj Elihu Beach. TVeas, E. S. Edwards. 
School VisvtoTSf W. W. Bronson, L. B. Burroughs. 

UNION. Incor. 1734. 

From H. 33 m. N. H. 68 m. Town M. 1st M. Oct. 

Grand List, 1846, $7,628 79; Increase $295 89. 
Town Clerk and Treas., Samuel Hammond. 
S^mrn. Chauncey Paul, B. Foster, B. Corbin. 
Grand Jurors, S. P. Allen, Samuel Holt. 
Constables, David Lawson, Col., D. T. Crawford, 
Assessor, Danforth Morse. 

B. Relief, Chauncey Paul, S. Corbin, W. Blodget. 
School S. CL and TVeas. Chauncey Paul. 
School Vis., Samuel J. Curtis, J. W. Crawford, D. T. 
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VERNON. Incor. 1808. 
From H. 13 m; N. H. 48 m. Town M. Ist M. Oct. 
Grand List, 1846, $20,503 34: Increase $945 67. 
T(yum Clerk and Treamrer, Oliver H. King. 
S^men^ Chester White, Benj. Talcott, E. Pember. 
Grand JurarSt Samuel T. Rose, Martin Uheesbro. 
CorwioWes, Allyn Talcott, Col.y A. K. Talcott, Horace 

Vinton. 
Assessors, Chester White, Allyn Talcott, A. Bailey. 
B. Relief y A. W. Tracy, Asa Fuller, Allyn Kellogg. 
School S. Clerk and Treas., Lebbeus P. Tinker. 
ScJwol Vis,, Albert Smith, Horace Winslow, Benj. N. 

Comings, P. P. Talcott, A. K. Talcott, L. A. Hunt. 

VOLUNTOWN. Incor. 1715. 

From H. 59 m ; N. H. 79 m. Town M. Ist M. Oct. 

Grand List, 1846, $8,486 43 : Increase $241 32. 
Town Clerk and Treasurer, Elisha Potter. 
S'^meriy Benj. Gallup, Jr., M. Kennedy, B. Gallup, 2d. 
Grand Jurors, Abel Chapman, E. C. Kegwin. 
Constables y Henry J. Lee, Otrf., N. S. Gallup. 
Assessors, Henry Wylie, Benj. Gallup, 2d. 
B. of Bdief, John Bitgood, H. Campbell, D. Stanton. 
School S. Clerk, H. Campbell. TVeas, B. Gallup, 2d. 
School Visitors, C. S. Weaver, W. C. Stanton. 

WALLINGFORD. Incor. 1670 

From H. 23 m ; N. H. 13 m. Town M. 1st M. Oct. 
Grand List, 1846, $32,357 1 1 : Increase $877 83. 
Town Clerk, Lorenzo Lewis. TVeas , W*m Francis. 
Shnen, Wooster Martin, W. M. Hall, Ira Tuttle. 
Grand Jurors, P. A. Gladwin, Orrin Andrews, Elizur 

Hall, W. W. Ives, David Gaylord. 
Constables, Wm. Francis, CoL, Hez. Hall, Horace 

Hall 2d, Milo Ives, Ossien Cook, John E. Hunt. 
Assessor, Samuel Simpson. 
B of Relief, Lyman Miller, Samuel Peck, F. H. 

Johnson, N. Andrews, A. H. Bartholomew. 
School S. Clerk, L. Lewis. Treas., L. Carrington. 
School Visitors^ E. R. Gilbert H. Bryant, A. E. Den- 

ison, Edgar Atwater, S. H. Dutton. 



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TO ^NS« 



WARREN. Incor. 1786. 

From H. 44 m ; N. H. 44 m. Town M. l8t M. Oct. 
Grand List, 1846, 08.766 2S : Decrease ^70 72. 
Town Clerk and Trects. Benajah Mallory. 
S^fiMn, Elijah Hayes, M. S. Hine, M. B. Strong. 
Grand Jurors , Elijah Hayes, S Brinsmade, E. Tanner. 
Constables, Charles Carter, Col., Fred'k Colman, 2d. 
Assessors, M. S. Hine, Elijah Hayes. 
B. Belief, Erastus Curtis. Asahel Wedg, F. B. Taylor. 
ISekool S. Cl. and Treas., George Starr. 
School Vis,, E. M. Kellogg, H. W. Carter. 

WASHINGTON. Incor. 1779. 
From H. 43 m ; N. H. 35 m. Town M. Ist M. Oct 

Grand List, 1846, ^1,368 93 : Increase $74 12. 
Town Cierky D. B. Brinsmade. Treasurer, I. Hickox. 
S'men, E. J. Pond, David Whittlesey, S. A. Baker. 
G. Jurors, Herman Hine, Daniel Frisbie, Henry R. 

Whittlesey, John Billings. 
Const., Walter D. Sperry, CoL, Daniel E. Piatt, Cha's 

Chase, John Buckingham^ 
Assessors^ Samuel Frisbie, Wm Morse. 
B. Relief, Garry Newton, Henry Platt» J. B. Newton. \ 
School S. Cl , B. G. Fenn. Treas., W. W. Leavitt ) 
School Vis,, G. Hayes, A. Mitchel, S. S. Baldwin. 

WATERBURY. Incor. 1686. 

From H. 30 m ; N. H. 22 m. Town M. 1st M. Oct- 
Grand List, 1846, $32,052 24 : Increase $410 71. 

Town Clerk, John Kendrick. Treasurer, N. J. Buel. 

S'men, C. D. Kingsbury, W'm Brown, H. V. Welton. 

Grand Jurors^ David S. Law, S. I. Stocking, S. H. 
Pritchard, Joseph Hurlbut, Isaac Coe, D. Norton, 

Const., W*m Hickox, CoL, L. P. Brvan, D. Norton, 
W. H. Payne, P. Bronson, J. W. Finch, E. Chitten- 
den, A. H. Martin. 

Assessors, W'm Hickox, A. G. Stocking, M. S. Cook. 

B. Relief, Anson Sperry, Timo. Porter, D. W. Austin. 

School 8. Cl., L. P. Bryan. Treas., Anson Sperry. 

School Vis., Charles Fabrique, J. L. Clark, H. B. 
Elliot, Allen Darrow, B. H. Andrews. 



TOWKS. 



127 



BOROUGH OF WATERBURT. InCOr. 1825. \ 

Annual Meeting, Tuesday after Ist Monday in May. ( 
Warden, David S. Law. ( 

Burgesses, Edw'd B. Cooke, Edw'd S. Clark, Rufus E. ) 
Hitchcock, Henry Merriman, John £. Smith, Joseph) 
Hurlbut. ) 

Clerk, L. P. Bryan. Treas. C. U. C. Button. ( 

Bailiff, W. H. Payne. , 

WATERFORD. Incor. 1801. 
From H. 44 m; N. H. 52 m. Town M. 1st M. Oct. ) 
Grand List, 1846, $21,050 73 : Increase ^1,297 99. ) 
Toum Clerk and Treas., Joseph Avery. j 

S*men, Phiip Morgan, E. J. Hewit, R. P. Smith, D.j 

S. Braman , David Rogers, 2d. ) 

Grafid Jurors, Jere. Lester, Gurdon Bishop. L Birch. ) 
Constables, Charles Daniels, N. S. Brown, J. L. Mor-! 

gan, Edward Morgan, Col.* 
Assessors, T. Manwaring, J. C. Bishop, D. Rogers, 2d. 
B. Relief, G. P. Chapman, Isaac Birch, Henry Gardner, j 

Henry Hewit, Joel Holt. I 

WATERTOWN. Incor. 1780. 1 

From H. 30 m. N. H. 30 m. Town M. 1st M. Oct. ] 

Grand List. 1846, $27,106 22 : Increase, ^1,677 60. , 
T. Clerk, Holbmok Curtis. 7Ve/T«., Joel HanRerford. i 
S^men, H. E. Daley, Hinman Piatt, C. S. Woodward. < 

I Grand Jurors, C. L. Dayton, Abraham B. Everitt, ' 

I W'm Bassett, Thomas Hungerford, G. F. Skilton, G. ' 

f P. Woodruff. ! 

I Consfa, T. Sevey, C. N. AUyn, Col, J. S. Baldwin. 

' Assessors, A. M. Judd. Frederick Judd. 

\ B, Relief y D. M. Beardslee, S. G. Dayton, Ezra Lock- 

) wood. 

) School S- CI., L. W. Cutler. Treas., Eli Curtis. 

> Sduool Vis., F. Holcomb, P. R. Hurd^ J. Hungerford. 

[ WESTBROOK. Incor. 1840. 

) From H. 40 m ; N. H. 30 m. Town M. Ist M. Oct. 
) Grand List, 1846, $10,433 29 : Increase $27 35. 
[ Towti Clerk and Treasurer, Jared Platts. 
S*men^ Ezra Stannard, J. S. Chapman, E. Stannard. 



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TOWNS. 



Grand Jurors, Aaron Stevens, H. Doane, A. Bushnell. 
Corutablea, I. N. Spencer, Col., D. S. Platts. 
Assessor, Jedediah Post. 

B. Relief, Darius Stannard, A. T. Willcox, Ja's Lay. 
School S. CI. I. N. Spencer. Treas.^ A. Bushnell. 
School Vis., W'm A, Hyde, W'm Gay. 

WESTON. Incor. 1787. 

From H. 67 m ; N. H. 32 m. Town M. Ist M. Oct. 

Grand Li^t, 1846, $11,363 38: Increase $76 74. 

T. Clerk, O. C. J^anford. IVea*., Matthew Bulkley. 

S*men, D. C. Salmons, Jos. Rowland, David Patchen. 

Grand Jurors, John Hull, E. Sherwood, Wm. H, 
Crofut. 

Constables, C. Rowland, Col., M. D. Treadwell, H. B. 
Nichols. 

Assessors, D. D. Coley, M. D. Treadwell, B. F. Bulk- 
ley. 

B. Relief, John Crossmarf, S. M. Banks, C. Rowland. 

School S. CI., Mat. Bulktey. Treas. S. S. Rowland. 

School Visitors, Jeremiah Nichols, Edwin Godfrey. 

WETHERSFIELD. Incor. 1636. 

From H. 4 m ; N. H. 32 m. Town M. ist M. Nov. 

Grand List, 1846,^35,457 12: Increase, $995 00. 

Town Clerk, Hez. Belden. Treas., John Palmer. 

S^men, John Francis, Russel Adams, Jedediah Dem- 
ing, Marcus W. Stoddard. 

Grand Jurors, J. Montague, John Welles, W. A. Ha- 
vens, W. Buck, Jr , O. Richards, J. D. Seymour. 

Constables^ Albert Galpin, Moses Morris, Reuben C. 
Osborne, Col., W. P. DaVis. 

Assessors, George Smith, Jr., Selden Deming. 

B. Relief, Daniel Ayrault, Alf. Francis, J. Atwood. 

School S CI. and Treas., Alfred Francis. 

School Vis., M. Tucker, H. Bromley N. Kellogg, L. R. 
Welles, G. Smith, Jr., J. Francis, W. Adams, John 
Welles, S. Morgan. 



[The returns firom town clerks being more AiIl and prompt i 
than we anticipated, we are unable to embrace them all within 
the limits assigned. The remainder win be found in the appendix. 



ECGLBSIASTICAX. STATISTICS. 



1S9 



Clerks anb (BcdtmfAuai StatidtUs. 

CONGREGATIONAL. 

GBNEBAL AaSOCfAT-ION OP CONNJBQTICDT. 

Number of Associations 13, viz. : Hartford North, Middle and 
South, New Haven West and East, New London, Fairfield East 
and West, Windham, latchfield North and South, Middlesex, and 
Tolland. 

Number of churches 257 ; of pastors 313 ; stated supplies 25 ; 
vacant 33. 

Average ministerial age of pastors, 14 years. 

Communicants reported 36,381 : Baptisms, adult 187, infont 
488. The returns are very incomplete, and carelessly printed. 

Next Annual Meeting in the Center Church, Hartfbrd, 3d Tues- 
day of June, 1848. 

Receivers of Statistics : Messrs. L. Smith, Patton, Woodworth, 
Teale, Gilbert, Shipman, Merwin, Gardner, Tillotson, Seelye, 
Stoddard, Cheesebrough, and Miller 

Committee to certify the regular staofling of traveling preach- 
ers ; Hawes, Cbapin, J. Day, McEwen, Hewitt, Punderson, Dow, 
J. Beach, 6. Hayes, Calhoun, B. Tyler, Field. Gillet. 

Treasurer, E. R. Tyler, New Haven. 

CoNNKCTicuT MISSIONARY SociETv. Trustecs, Bev. Messrs.' 
Hawes, Tucker, Spring, Gilletf Bond, and Bushnell, and Seth' 
Terry. Elisba Stearns, Henry White, Thomas C. Perkins, Thomas 
S. Williams, and Edward Goodwin. Treasurer, Francis Parsons ; 
Auditor, Horace Hooker, Hartford. 

This soeiety, supposed to be the oldest missionary association 
in the country, is continued in existence, on accoant of perma- 
nent vested funds ; but it forms an essential part of the 

Home Missionary Society, Auxiliary to the A. H. M. S., the 
officers of which are the above, together with Rev. Messrs. B. 
Tyler, A.L. Stone, W. Clarke, S. W. S. Dutton and Atwood, and 
J()natban Barnes. 

Amount appropriated in Connecticut, $3,110: Granted to 
Rhode Island, $1,000 : Balance paid to A. H. M. S., located in 
New York. 

Everest Funh. Trustees, Benjamin Ely, Rev. J. Burt, Lan- 
cel Foote, Rev. C. B. McLean. Amount of Fund, $7,081 89. 

Note. Those marked * have no pastoral charge, and t are 
teachers. Clerks of Associations^ are in small capitals. 



9 



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COMGRBO^TIONAI.. 



CLERGY. 



Adams, Cbarlw S. Westfbrd, 
AUen, Jacob, Sterling, 

Allen, S. H^ Windsor Locks, 
Andrew, B. R^* New Haven, 



Kent, 

Norwich, 

Ck)lcbester, 

Newtown, 

, Fairfield, 

Mansfield, 

Groton, 

Hanover, 

Long Ridge, 



New Haven, 

KHUngly, 

Willi ngton, 



Andrews, Wm. W., 
Arms, Hiram P., 
Arnold, Joel R., 
Atwater, Jason, 
Atwater, hymao H., 
Atwood, Anson S., 
Avery, Jared R., 
Ayer, Joseph, Jr., 
Ayres, Fred. H^ 

(Stamfoi^.) 
Bacon, L., D. D^ 
Baldwin, John D^ 
Bancroft, David, 
Barber, L. H., Hitchcockville, 
Barnes, William, Hampton, 
Barlett, John,* Avon, 

Bartlett, Jonathan,* Reading, 
Bartlett, fibubael. East Windsor, 
Beach, Aaron C, Wolcott, 

Beach, James, Winsted, 

Beard, Spencer F.,* Montville, 
Beardsley,N. H.,* Somers, 

Beecher, John W., Ellsworth, 
BM, Hiram, Marlborough, 

Beman, Amos G., New Haven, 
Benedict, Henry, Westport, 
Bentle/, Charles, Harwinton, 
Birchard, Wm. M., Bozrah, 
Bissell, S. B. S.,* Greenwich, 
Blake, Henry B., B. Coventry, 
Boardman, Wm. J.,* Northford, 
Bond, Alvan, D. D., Norwich, 
Booth, Chauncey,* B. Coventry, 
Boutelle, Tbos., Muddy Brook, 
Brace, Joab, Newington, 

Brace, Jonathan, Milford, 

Brainerd, David S., Lyme, 

. Bray, John B.,* 

\ Brewster, Cyrus, 

5 Biockway, Diodate, 



Clinton, 

Orange, 

Ellington, 



Brooitf, F^. P., W.Woodstock, 
Brown, J. R., 6o8hen,(Lebanon,) 
Brown, Oliver, Grassy HiU, 
BrowneU, Grove L., Sharon, 
Buffett, Flatt,* Stanwich, 

Burr, Zalmon B., Ridgebury, 
Burt, Jainis, Canton Centre, 
Bush, Charles P., Greenville, 
Bushnell, H., D. D., Hartford, 
Butterfieki,O.B., South Britain, 
Butts, Daniel B., Bethany, 

Calhoun, Geo. A., N. Coventry, 
Camp, Albert, Northfield, 

Chapin, C, D. D., Rocky Hill, 
Crafkan. F. W., Deep River, 
Chesebrough, Amos S., Chester, 
Churchill, John, Woodbury, 
Clark. Henry S., Northford, 
Clarke, Walter, Hartford, 

Cleaveland, £. L., New Haven, 
Clift, William, Btonington, 

Collins, Aug. B., W. Stafibrd, 
Cook, £. W., Haddam, 

Cooke, Neh. B., Stonington, 
Cowles, O., ( Ag*!,) North Haven, 
Crane, Ethan B., Saybrook, 
Crane, J. R., D. D., Middletown, 
Curtiss, Dan C, Brookfieki, 

Curtiss, Jonathan, Woodstock, 
Curtiss, Lucius d., Woodbury, 
Curtiss, Samuel J., Union, 

Curtiss, Wm. B., Humpbreysv'e, 
Davies, Thos. F.,* New Haven, 
Day, Isaac C, South Killingly, 
Day, Jer., D. D.,* New Haven, 
Day, Hiram, South Cornwall, 
Dickinson, Chas., Birmingham, 
Dickinson, Erastus, Chaplin,' 
Dickinson, Joel L., Northfield, 
Dill, James H., Winchester, 
Dodd, Stephen,"^ East Haven, 
DooUttle, Edgar J., Hebron, 
Dow, Daniel, D. D., Thompson, 
Dutton, Aaron,* New Haven, 



CLBROT. 



Dutton, S. W. S^ New Haven, 
Edwvds, Tiyon, New London, 



Ellington, 

Norfolk, 

Waterbucy, 

Woodbridge, 

Bolton, 

Hampton, 

Poquonock, 

Higganum, 



Eggleston. N. H., 
Eldridge, JoBepb, 
Elliot, Henry B., 
Elliott, Sam'] H^ 
Ely, James,* 
Ely, William,* 
Everest, C. B^ 
Field, D. D.. D. D. 
Fitch, Eleazer T., D. D , Yale U. 
Francis, Daniel D., N. Canaan, 
Freeman, Nat,,* Weston, 

Frost, Daniel D^ Redding, 

Gardner, Robert 0., Monroe, 
Gates, Aaron, W. Hartland, 
Gelston, Maltby, Sberman, 

Gilbert, Edwin R., Wallingford, 
GiJIet, Timothy P,, Branford, 
Gleason, Anson, Mofa^an, 

Goodrich, C. A., Yale College, 
Goodwin, Barley, 8. Canaan, 
Goodwin, Wm., Burlington, 
Greenwood, John, New Milford, 
Gridley, Frederick, East Lyme, 
Griswold, Samuel, North Lyme, 



Gulliver, John P. 
Haight, Sylvanus, 
HaU, Edwin, D. D., 
Hall, E. Edwin, 
Harrison, Fosdick, 
Hart, Burdett, 



Norwich, 

Bethel, 

Norwalk, 

Guilford, 

Bethlem, 

¥uk Haven, 



Havens, Daniel W., East Haven, 
Hawes, Joel, D. D., Hartford, 
Hawley, James A., Ridgefield, 
Hawley, Zerah K., Norwalk,. 
Hayes, Gurdon, Washington, 
Hayes, Stephen, Bozrahville, 
Hazen, Reuben S., Barkhamsted, 
Heminway, Daniel,t Suffield, 
Hewitt, N., D. D., Bridgeport, 
Hooker, W. E., D. D.,t East 

Windsor, 
Hough, Lent S., Westdeld, 

Houghton, Jas. C, M. Haddam, 
Hubbell, Stephen, Avon, 

HuU, Joseph D., 



Hdnt, Darul, Pom 

Hunt, N. a., Pres 

Huntington, E. S^ Clin 

Hunter. John H.,* Bridge]: 
Hurd, Philo R., Waterto 
Hyde, William A^ Westbn 
laham. Austin, Roxb 

Ives, Alfred E., Colebn 

Jennings, Isaac, Stamf 

Jewett, S. D^ Westcbef 
Jones, Eiisha, C. Southing 
Jones, Warren 6., S.Glasten 
Keep, John R., War 

Kiiboum, James, Bridgewa 
King. Asa, Westmint 

Kinney. EzraD., Dar 

Kitchel, H. D., Plymouth HoU 
Knapp, Jared O., Platnfi 
lieadbetter, Alex., New Hart! 
Learned, Robert C, Canterbi 
Lee, Jonathan,! Salisbi 

Leete, Theodore A., Wind 
Llnsley, J. H., D. D., Green w 
Liverniore. A. R., N. Mansfi 
Loper, Stephen A. Hadly 
Lyman, Ephraim, Plyraoi 
March, Daniel, Cbesh 

Marsh, Abram, Tolls 

Marsh, Frederick, Winches 
Marsh, William H., Village ( 
Maynard, J. L., N. Cornw 
McEwBN, Abel, New Lone 
McKiNSTRY, J. A., Torringi 
McLean, Allen, Simsbi 

McLean, Charles B., CoUtusv 
Mead. Mark,* Greenw 

Merwin, S. J. M., Southp 
Merwin, Samuel,* New Hh\ 
Miller, Alpha, Ando' 

Miner, Nathaniel, Milltngi 
Moore, James D., Middiefi 
Moore, Wra. H., Torringft 
Morgan, Henry N., N. Fairfi 
Morris, M. N., N. Stoningi 
Munson, Frederick, Greenw 
Nelson, Iievi, List 

Nichols, Charles, Gih 



133 



CONOREOATIONAL. 



Nichota, John C. Lebanon, 

Northrop, B. F^ Mancbester, 
Norton, John F., Milton, 

Nott, Samtiel, D. D^ Franklin, 



Page, B. S. J^ 
Palmer, EBiott,* 
Parker, Oscar F., 
, Parmelee, D. L., 
Parsons, Isaac, 
Patton, Wm. W., 
Peabody, Charles, 
PenneU, Lewis, 
Pennington, J. W. O., 
Perkins, George W^ 
Perrin, L. 6., 
Pettibone, Iia, 



Bridgeport, 

W. StaflTord, 

Wapping, 

Soqth Farms, 

East Haddam, 

Hartford, 

Asbford, 

Weston, 

Hartford, 

Meriden, 

Sontta Goshen, 

Winsted, 



Pinneo, Beuileel, Milford, 

Porter, Giles M., Greens Farms, 
Porter, N^ D. D., Farmington, 

, Pratt, Edwaid, Abington, 

Prentice, Charles T., Easton, 
Prudden, Geo. P., Bliddlebury, 
Punderson, Thos.,* Huntington, 
Putnam, Austin, Hamden, 

Raymond, A. C, Bloomfleld, 
Read, HoUis, New Preston, 

Reid, Adam, Salisbury, 

Bice, Thos. 0„ W. Killingly, 
Richardson. M., Durham, 

Bobbins, Thos, D. D.,* Hartford, 

( Bobbins, Francis L., Enfield, 

Kensington, 



( Robbins, Royal, 
^ Robinson, Henry, 



Plainfield, 
New Britain. 
Guilford, 
Coventry, 



Rockwell, Sam'l, 

Root, David, 

' Root, Marvin,* 

Russell, Wm., East Hampton, 

Salter, John W., Montville, 

Sanborn, Pliny F., E. Granby, 

Savage, Amos, (Agent,) Berlin, 

I Sawyer, L. A, New Haven, 

, Scott, Nelson, Hartland, 

, Scranton, Erastus,* Burlington, 

Searle, Jairus C, Unionville, 

Seeley, R. H., Bristol, 

Seelye, Sam'I T., Wolcottville, 

> Sessions, Jos. W., W. Suffield, 



Seward, D. M., W. Hart&rd, 

Seymour, C. N., Huntid^on, 

Bharpe, Andrew, Willimantie, 

Shepard, Samuel N., Madison, 

Sherman, Ch. S., New Britain, 

Shipman, Th. L., Jewett City, 

Smith, Albert, Vernon, 

Smith, David, D. D.,* Durham, 

Smith, James A., Glastenbury, 

Smith, John, Wilton, 

Smith, Levi, South Windsor, 

Smith, Theopilus, New Canaan, 

Snow, Aaron, Eastbury, 

Spring, Samuel, East Hartford, 

Stevens, Asahel R., Meriden, 

Stoddard, Judson, B. Sherman, 

Stone, Andrew L., Middletown, 

Stone, Rollin S., Danbuiy, 

Stone, Timothy,* S. Cornwall, 

Strong, Edward, New Haven, 

Strong, Lyman,* Colchester, 

Sturges, Thomas B., Greenfield, 

Swan, Benj. L., Litchfield, 

Swift, Eph. G., 'KilUngworth, 

Swift, Zephaniah, Derby, 

Talcott, Harvey, Portland, 

TaHman, Thomas, Scotland, 

Taylor, N. W., D. D.,t Yale Col., 

Teale, Albert K., Naugatuck, 

Tt»rry, Calvin, Griswold, 

Terry, James P., N. Madison, 

Thatcher, George, Derby, 

Thompson, Charles, Salem, 

Thompson, Wm.,t E. Windsor, 

Tillotson, Geo. J., Brooklyn, 

Topliff, Stephen, Oxford, 

Tortey, Reuben, Prospect, 

Train, Asa M., MDford, 

Tucker, M., D. D., Wethersfield, 

Tuttle, Timothy, Ledyard, 

Tyler, Rennet, DD., £. Windsor, 

Tyler, E. R., (Editor,) N. Haven, 

Tyler, John E., Windham, 

VaiH, Joseph, Somers, 

Warren, Israel P., Hamden, 

Washburn, Asahel C, Suffieki, 

Weed, William B., Stratford, 



CLBfLQY, 



133 



Whi|e, Alfred, Graoby, Woodvnurd, Geo. H., Staflford, 

Wbitmore, Zo\vs^* N. Guilford, Woodward, Jaa. W., Columbia, 
Whittemore, W. H., Southbury, Woodworth, W. W., Worth- 
Whittlesey, John S., Trumbull, ington, 
WhittleBey, Joseph,t BerliD, Wooteey, T. D., Pres. Yale Col. 
Wilcox, Charles, Norwich, Wright, Edward, West Haven, 
Williams, Francis, i^tford, Wright, James L., Glastenbury, 
Winslow, Horace, Rockville, Wright, William, Plainville, 
Wood, Geo. I., North Branford, Tale, Cyrus, New Hartford, 
Wood, Luke,* Somers, 



BAPTIST. 

GENERAL CONVENTION. 

President, Robert Tumbujl. 

Vice President, W. G. Howard. 

Secretary, Elisfaa Cushmaa. 

Treasurer, Warbam Griswold* 

Auditor, G. C. Smith. 

Trustees, Messrs. Ives, Swan, G. Read, A. Gates, Cook, Weaver, 
Parker, A. £. Dennison, Reid and Knapp. 

Number of Associations 7 ; whose Annual Meetings foi 1848, 
are, JVew London^ last Wed. Sept, at Greenville; W. P. Benja- 
min, New London, Clerk. Stoninffton, 3d Wed. June, at Groton ; 
Jlsltford, last Wed. May, at Pomfret ; Hartford, 2d Wed. Sept , at 
Wethersfield; Litchfield, 3d Wed. Sept, at Cornwall Hollow; 
fharJUld, 2d Wed. Oct., at Brookfietd ; ^A^Aoom, 1st Wed. Oct., 
at Miiford. 

Number of churches 109 ; of pastors and stated supplies 96. 
Communicants reptnted 18,061 ; baptisms 746. 

Annual Meeting, 2d Tuesday in June, 1848, at SuiliekL 

Baptist Education Soctbty : President, A. G. Palmer ; Vice 
Presidents, G. Robins, H. Miller ; Secretary, J. R. Stone ; Treas., 
J. W. Pimock; Trustees, Messrs. Cushman, Leonard,. Bellamy, 
TumbuU and Howard. 

CLERGY. 

Alden, B. M., Windham, Barrows, Syl.,* WIHington, 

Allen, N. T., Uroton Bank, Batey, John, Middletown, 

Atkins. I.,* Bristol, Beecher, K,* New Miiford, 

Atwater, Lucius, Huntington, Bellamy, R. K., Danbury, 

Atwill, Geo. B., Pleasant Valley, Benedict, A. N., 
Avery, David, Montville, Benedict. Thomas, Torrington, 

Bailey, S. B., Noank, Biddle, William, BrookfieW, 

Barber, Thos., N. Stonington, BoUes, Augustus,* Colchester, 



134 



BAPTIST. 



t 



Jewett City, 

Deep River, 

E.Kmingly. 

Waterbury, 

Waterford, 

Alilfoid, 

WaDingford, 



Boa^ton, Newel, • Chester, 
Brad)ey, David, Hamden, 

Brochett, PierponC, Colcbester, 
Brcmiley, H., Wetbersfield, 

[Brown, £. C, Woodstock, 

Burgess, Isaac, Pomfyet, 

] Carpenter, J. C^ B. Tbompson, 

I Cbaplin, J., Norwalk, 

Chappeil, G. T^ Waterford, 
Charteton, Frederiekt Plainfield, 

I Cbesebrough, E^* Stonington, 

i Cook, Benajah, 
CushDian, K, 

* Daman, J. B.,* 
^ Darrow, AQen, 
'Darrow, Francia, 
I Davis, G. W^ 

Denison, A. £. 
, Dbnison, Erastus, PortersviUe, 
^Dknison, WiLLLiJf, Easton, 
, Dorraoce, G. W^ S6athingtoB, 

Doty, Erastus, Warren, 

> Dowting, Thomas, Winknantic, 
^ Ellis, Harmon, Winthcop, 

Ellis, John, Norwalk, 

* Gardner, John, Sterling, 
'Gates, A., Cornwall Hollow, 
' Gates, C. H^ Chesterfield, 
I Goff, Benjamin, G^ Hampton, 
, Goldsmith, A. B^*' Guilford, 
I Gregory, A., 
^Grow, Jamesi* 

• Guild, John B^ 
I Hale, Silas, 
I Haskell, S. 
I Hedden, Harlam, 

(Stonington.) 
' Hepburn, James, 
' Hicks, Bela, 

' Higby, Seth, Gaylords Bridge, 
I Hiscox, Edward T^ Norwich, 
, Howard, J., Northville, 

• Howard, William G., Essex, 
) Huntington, Th., Brooklyn, 
I Ives, Dwight, SuffieJd, 
) Jennings, Russell, Bfiddletown, 

'napp, Henry E., Groton, 



LefflngweU, C^ 
Leonard, L. G., 
Lkwis, Lestkr, 
Lewis, J., 
Little, Hn 
Loomis, Ebenezer, 
Loven, A. 8., 
Lyon, Daniel D., 
I^yon, Ralph D., 
liathewson. P., 
Meech, Levi,* 
Miller, Hervey, 
Miller. D. H., 
Miner, Cyrus, 
Mixter, George, 



Bozrah, 

New London, 

Bristol, 

Stonington, 

Newtown, 

Salem, 

Mansfield, 

Pomfret, 

Hampton, 

Bozrah, 

Meriden, 
N. Stonington,, 
Preston, 
Tolland, 
Munger, Washington, Asfaford, 
Mu2zy, Lawson, GreenviHe, 
Paine, John. Woodstock, 

Palmer, A. G.. Stoningtos fio.. 
Palmer, Gershom, Voluntown, 
Palmer, William, 
Palmer^ Th. R., 
Parker, Addison, 
Pattison, Wm. P^ 
Peckham, Peleg, 
Peckham, Stephen H 
Pendleton, G. W., 



Weston, 

£. Thompson, 

Clinton, 

Fackersville, 

Suflield, 

AnguiBa, 

MiddletowD, 
Pomfret, 



Norwich, 
Suffieid, 
Wittii^^n, 
New Britain, 
Bterliog, 
Ledyard, 
Stafford, 
Phe^, S. D^ New Haven, 

Phillips, J. M., North Stonington, 
Potter, Cbas. W., North Haven, 



Putney, Rens. O^ 
Reid, WiUiam, 
Rising, Martin, H. 
Robins, G.,* 
Robinson, A. A., 
Rouse, Henry H^ 
Scott, James, 
Serrington, S. B,, 
Shailor, Simon, 
Shailor, N. Em* 
Skinner, Eeekiel, 
Smith, C. B., 
Smith, William, 
Stone, J. R., 
Swan, Jabez, S., 
Tilden, Chester, 
TumbuU, Robert, 



Ashford, 

Bridgeport, 

, Norwich, 

Hartford, 

Andover, 

Stamford. 

Stratfiekl, 

New Haven, 

HaddaBk, 

Deep River, 

Afihford, 

New Haven, 

Lyme, 

Hartford, 

New London, 

North Lyme, 

Hartford, 




CLERGY. 



135 



Vieta, A. R., Canton, 

Wakeman, L. H., EastHaddam, 
Walker, William C, Groton, 
Walker, Levi,* N. Stonlngton, 
Watrous, Amos D^ Lyme, 

WnTRoua, C. W., Norfolk, 

Weaver, C. S., Volantown, 
Wheat, A. C, Branford, 

Wheeler, L. W^ KilUngly, 



Wheeler, S. S., 
Whiting, N., 
Wightraan, F., 
Wlgbtman, P. 6., 
Wildman, Nathan, 
WiWmau, Daniel,* 
Willet, Charles, 
Woolsey, James J., 



Colebrook, 

BloomfieJd, 

East Lyme. 

East Lyme, 

Leban(Hi, 

Lebanon, 

Thompson, 

Norwalk. 



EPISCOPALIANS. 
GENERAL CONVENTION. 

Rt. Rkv. THOMAS C. BROWNELL, D. D., LL. D., Hartford, 
Bishop and President of Convention 

Standing Committee, Rev. Messrs. Croswell, S. F. Jarvis, Mead, 
Burgess, and Hallam. 

Clerk, Rev, Wm. Payne, Hartford. 

Treasurer, Thomas Belknap, Hartford. 

SociBTT FOR PmoMOTiNa Chrxstiah Kjf09rLKD«s, Rev. S. F. 
Jarvis, Treasurer. 

Cbvrch ScHOLARsinp SociBTT, Rev. A. C. Coxe, Secretary 
James M. Goodwin, Hartford, Treasurer. 

Annual Meeting, 2d Tuesday in June ; place to be appointed 
by the Bishop. 

Number of parishes, 104 j of Clergy having seats in Conven- 
tion 75 ; Families reported in 78 parishes, 6,124 ; Baptisms, — 
infant, 642, aduit, 1523=794 ; Confirmations in 32 parishes 395 ; 
Communicante in 79 parishes, 7,556 ; Marriages, 306 ; Burials, 
619; S. S. Teachers, 557 ; S. Scholars, 3,982; Missionary and 
charitable contributions, for the year ending June, 1847, 
$10,914 14. 

CLERGY. 



Ashley, Wm. B., Birmingham, 
Atwill, Wm., Kent, 

Baldwin, David N. Guilford, 
Bates. Henry H., Warhouse Pt, 
Beardsley, E. E., Cheshire, 
Bennett, Lorenzo T., Guilford, 
Berry« J. D. Bantam Falls, 

Betts, U. John, Monroe, 

Brewster, Joseph, Windham, 



Bronson, Wm. W., TrumbaU, 

Bryant, HiUiard, Wallingford, 

Bull, Edward C, 

Camp, Riverius, 

Chapin, A. B., 

Clark, Jacob L., 

Clerc, Francis J., 

Coe, 2d, Jona., 

Coit, Gurdon S., 



Westport, 

Brooklyn, 

West Haven, 

Waterbury, 

Broadbrook, 

Winsted» 

Bridgeport 




METHODISTS. 



Cooke. Btaa\ 



) 



CorDwaU, N. EL. 



New Haven, 
Fairfield, 
. Coveil, Joieph 8^ EsBez, 

^ Coxe. A. Clevelaiid, Hartford, 
) CroeweU, H^ D. 0^ N. Uavea 
; DeahoD, Giles U^ S. Glasteubury, 

Emery, Sam'l M^ Portland. 

Everest, Cba's W., Hamden, 

Fiaber, Cba's R., Manchester, 

Fitch, Henry, 

Foote, Geoi^ge Ih 

Frisbie. WiUiam, 

Fuller, Sam*!, D. D^ 

Gardner, Henry V. 



Northford, 

Roxbury, 

Bethlem, 

* Litcbfield, 

Harwinton. 



East Haddam, 

Middletown, 

Baytoook, 

Saybrook, 

, N. London, 



iGeer, Alpheue, 
I Goodwin, F. J., 

Guion, Tho'sT. 

GuioB, John M., 

Hallam, Rob't A 

Hitchcock, Sok>. G^ Hebron, 

Holcomb, F., D. D., Watertown, 
, Huntington, £ , New Blilford, 

Jackson, Abner,t Trinity CoL, 
I Jarvis, SamM F., D. D., LL. D., 

Middletown, 
I Jarvis, Wm^ 

Jewett, Stephen, 

Jones, Isaac, 

Long, William, 

Marsh, Truman, 

MeKay, James, 

Mead, W. C, D. B., 

Mead. J. D. 

Miller, Frederick, 

Moody, Martin, 

Moiiian, Wm. F^ 



Portland, 

New Haven, 

Litcbfiekl, 

New Preston, 

Litchfield, 

Naugatuck, 

Norwalk, 

Branfoid, 

Sharon, 

Norwich, 



Bethany, 
Bethel, 
Woodbury, 



Munaon, Cyrus, Meriden, 

Nichols, Abel, HnmpbreysviDe, 
Nichols, G. H., Salisbury, 

Nichols, Geo. W., W^estviUe, 
Nichols, Joseph H., Bristol, 
Noble, Henry D., Brookfieki, 
Ogden, Ab^ Bf idgewater, 

Ohnsted, Henry Jr., RidgefieU, 
Paddock. Seth B., Cheshire, 
Park, RosweU, Pooifret, 

Payne, Wm ,t Trinity Col. 

Pitkin, Thomas, New Haven, 
Potter. Dexter, 
Purves, John, 
Putnam, C. S., 
Richardson, NathM S^ Derby, 
Roberts, H. F., Poquetanock, 
Sanfofd. David P., Oxford, 

Scott, Joseph, Stratford, 

Short, David H., New Canaan, 
Smith, John D., Wolcott, 

Stocking, S. S., Newtown, 

Taylor, Jos^th P^ Reading, 
Todd, A. S^ D. D,. 
Todd, Charles J^ 
Tomlinson, D. G., 
Totten, S., D. D., 
Vibbert, W'm E., 
Warner, Ransom, 
Watson, W*m, 
White. Ferd. E., 
Willey, Junius M., 
Woodward, F. B. 
Yarrington, B. !£., 
Zell, Henry, 



Stamford, 

Huntington, 

Weston, 

Trinity CoL, 

Fair Haven, 

Simsbury, 

Plymouth, 

Milford, 

Stonington, 

Chatham, 

Greenwich, 

Wotoottville, 



METHODISTS. 

CONFERENCES. 

Tbe churches on the east side of the Connecticut river, belong 
to the New London District, and Providence Conference, wbicb 
meets in New London, April 5, 1848. Those on the west side 
of the river, belong to the Hartford, New Haven, New York and 
Rhinebeck Districts, and New York Conference, which meets in 
Brooklyn, June 14th, 1848. 



F]LB8n>iKo Eldbks of districts. New London, ErastUB Benton ; 
Hartford, Edwin E. Griswold ; New Haven, Laban Clark ; New 
X orkf P. P. Sanford ; Rhinebeck, Jesse Hunt. 

Nuoiber of churches 111; Commanicants 14,06^. 

CLERGY. 



Abbot, Ira, 
Aekerman, E. P., 
Adams, C. R., 
Albiston, Roger, 
AJderman, M. H. 
Bangs, Heman, 
Bangjs, Win H., 
( Bartlett, Charley 
Baylies, Henry, 
Bell, James J., 
Bentley, L. T., 
Benton, Erastus, 
Benton, Sandfoid, 
Bidwell. Ira, M.* 
Bill, F. W., 
Blake, Eben, 



Easton, 

N. Milford, 

Guilford, 

£. Lyme, 

New I<ondon, 

Bridgeport, 

Westport, 

Trumbull, 

Hebron, 

Bimsbury, 

Tolland, 

Norwich, 

Greenville, 

Greenville, 

Fisherville, 

Voluntown, 



Frost, J. H., 
Fuller, George L. 
Gardner, Abel, 
Gavitt, F., 
Gay, William, 
Gilbert, Elias, 
Gilbert, Gad S., 
Goodridge, J. C 



Stratlbid, 

WeatviUe, 

S. Coventry, 

Mystic Bridge, 

Westbrook, 

Waterbury, 

Wolcottville, 

B. Hartford, 



Gould, John B., Marlborough, 



Blood, L. W * Thoinpsonville, 



Blydenburgh, M., 
Bainard, Cephas,* 
Bushnell, Asa,* 
BushneIl,W'm O., 
Carpenter, Geo. M., 
Case, Jc*n W., 
Chase, Moees, 
Clark, Laban, 



Ellsworth, 

WindfifNT, 

Hartland, 

Sterling, 

Norwich, 

Hopeville, 

S. Glastenbury, 

Middletown, 



Codling, R., Colebrook River, 
Collins, L. C, Stafford, 

Cooper, John, Mystic, 

Crawford, John Sd^ Dai4)ury, 
Curry, Daniel, New Haven, 
Daggett, Levi, Jr., Wapping. 
Dean, Sidney, Norwich Falls, 
Dorchester, Daniel Jr., Somer«, 
Dorchester, D., Willimantic, 
Dunham, Ela, Franklin, 

Edmonds, J. A., Bloom^eld, 
Ferguson, A. H. New Canaan, 
Ferris, Wm H., Salisbury, 

Fisk, Franklin, Warehouse PL, 
Floy, James, Middletown, 

Fox, Henry J., . Plymouth, 



Griswold, E. E., 

Hare, George S., 

Henaon, Joseph, 

HiH, A. S., 

Hinckley. E. B., 

Holdich, Jos.,t 

Howson, J., Norwich Landing, 

HubbeU, G. A., Wolcottville, 

Hunt, John B., 

Hurd, W'm W., 

Hurlbutt, Ralph, 

Husted, Harvey, 

Jeralds, Th., 

Judd, George B., 

Keeler, R. W., 

Kenney, P. T., 

Kellogg, Nat, 

Lamberton, S., 

Landon, Seymour, 

Latham, H. D. 

Latham, Lyman, 

Law, Jos., 

Law, 8. W., 

Leffingwell, BL, 

Lewis, N. C, 

Lindsey, John W.t Wes. U. 

Livesey, John, Danielsonville, 



Farmington, 

Milford, 

Litchfield, 

Durham, 

Salem, 

Weeleyan U., 



Willingtoh, 

RockviDe, 

Ledyard, 

Bristol, 

Norfolk, 

Bolton, 

Suffield, 

Stonington, 

Wethersfield, 

Colchester, 

Winsted, 

Madison, 

Eastbury, 

New Haven, 

Fair Haven, 

MontviUe, 

Haddam, 



Lovejoy, T. A. 
Lyon, Edw. A., 
Marks, D. L., 
Marshall, J. D., 
Mather, James, 



Clinton, 

Eastford, 

S. Canaan, 

Reading, 

PlainfieM, 



138 



VMTEBSALISTS. 



McAllister, Wm^ 

MiDer, David, 

Morse, Charles, 

Nickerson, L. J)^ 

Oakley, P. C, 

Olin, Stephen, D. D.t Wes. U. 

Olmsted, M. N^ East Granby, 



Fbrmington, Sheffield, John, N. Stonington, ( 
State Prison, ~ - _ . 

Chatham, 
Woodbury, 
Hartford, 



Palmer, A<, 
Park, A. P, 
Perry, J. H^ 
Phelps, B. On 
Pu&ing, A. B., 
Rawaon, W. T^ 
Reynolds, R. K., 
Robinson, A. H., 
Rogers, Aaron A., 
RuBhmore, S., 
Sanford, Isaac, 



Thompflonville, 

£ Thompson, 

Southport. 

Manchester, 

KiBingworth, 

Berlin, 

Bakeryflle, 

HadAim N'k, 

Stamford, 

W. Granby. 

Goshen, 



Silliman, Cyrus,* 
Simmons, W. S., 
Sizer, P. W^ 
Smith, F. W., 
Smith, 8. W., 
Smith, W. F.. 
Stearns, Charles, 
Steams, G. W, 



Derby, 

Scittico, 

Middlebury, 

Birmingham, 

Stepney, 

Saybrook, 

Derby, 

W. Thompson, 



Scofield, S. W. Colebrook River, 
Seaman, S. A., Windsor, 

Searles, J. £., Meriden, 

Shaw, Jacob, Norwalk, 



Stoddard, Parley, 

Strong, S. S., 

Tibballs. N., 

Torbush, Henry, 

Turkington, Wm., 

Walker, B. M., W. Woodistock, 

Washburn, J. C, Greenwich, 

Way, Geo. B., 

Weed, H. N^ 

Weeks, J. B., 

Weeks, Samuel, 

WilUng, M. £., 



Watertown, 

Ridgefield, 

Newington, 

£. Haddam, 

Mansfield, 



Washington, 

Westport, 

Ketch Mills, 

Cornwall, 

New Britain, 



Winchester, 6. W., UncasvOle, 



UNIVERSALISTS. 

31 societies, 32 meeting houses. 

Aimual Convention, 4th Wednesday in August. W. A Stick' 
ney, Standing Clerk. 

Meeting of Associations ; Hartford, Ist Wednesday in June, 
duinebaug, 3d Wednesday in June. Southern, 3d Wednesday 
in May ; Israel Kelsey, Bridgeport, Standing Clerk. 

CLERGY. 

Abell, T. P., Middletown, Grbsnwood, T, J., N. London, 

Ambler, R. P., Danbury, HaUock, B. B., Stamford, 

Borden, T., Willimantic, Livermore, D. P., Stafford, 

Brown, L, C, Norwich City, Loveland, A. L., Hartford, 

Farnsworth, J. H., Somers, Robinson, E. Lebanon, 

Fletcher, S. S., Bridgeport, Slade, Holmes, Woodstock, 

Glover, H., Trumbull, Soule, H. B., Hartford, 

Groodwin, J., Middletown, Sticknkt, W. A., Up. Mid'town, 

Graves, J. M., Middletown, Twiss, J. J., Winsted. 



AraicAN ; Anderson, Jacob, New London ; Posey, Alexander, 
i>Jorwalk ; Ward, T. M. D.. Norwich. 



CLEROT. 



139 



ROMAN CATHOLIC. 

BiiHOP, Rt. Rev. Wm. Ttlbr, D. D. Providence, R. I. 

CLERGY. 

Brady, John, Hartford, 0*NeU, — ^ Norfolk and 

Brady Jobn Jr., MiddleCown, Waterbury, 

Lynch, Michael, Bridgeport, SsiiUi, James, New Haven. 



METHODIST. 

WEBLEYAN, PROTESTANT, REFORMED, kC, 



Boales, L., 
Bronaon, Levi, 
BuafaneJI, An, 
FiUmore, C. D., 
FiUinore, Hial, 
Griffin, Leonard, 
Hardy, J., D. D., 



Colchester, Kirk, Wm. Kent, 

Danbury, McGonegal, Robert, Berlin, 

Hartland, Mead, (.harlea» Danbury, 

Franklin, Post, J. G., Portland, 

Franklin, Tatroe, Peter, Barkhamsted, 

N. London, Tisdale, William, Westbrook, 

New Haven, Wilkie, Walter, Hebron. 



AsiA>ciATi RtpoRMKD, Gordon, Peter, TariflViUe, Thompeon- 
ville. 

Cbristiah ; Coe, Isaac H., Hampton ; GfeenaUt, G. W., Kil- 
lingly ; Greensht, Henry, Windham. 

DisciPLKs OP Christ ; Osbom, L., Danbury. 

Freewill Baptist ; Williams, Daniel, Rillingly. 

Prssbttbriam ; Joseph, Harvey, D. D., Thompsonville. 

Bandkh AinAN ; Bishop, N., Danbury. 

SsvEirrH Day Baptist ; Refers, L. S., Waterford. 

Shakkrs ,* Burlingame, Philip, Enfield. 

Unitarian ; Coe, F. P. Lebanon ; Farley, — ^ Norwich ; Har- 
rington, Joseph, Hartford. 



CONNECTICUT BIBLE SOCIETY. 

President, Rev. Joel Hawes ; Secretary, Edw. Goodwin ; Treas. 
R. Langdon ; General Agent, Charles Hosmer, Hartford. 



CONN. BRANCH AM. TRACT SOCIETY. 

President, Rev. T. H. Gallaudet ; Treasurer, Secretary, and ^ 
General Agent, Charles Hosmer, Hartford. 



140 



MEDICAL SOCIETY. 



T 



(ilonnectirnt iBltincai Qocutn. 

Annual meeting, at the time and plaee of session of the Gen- 
eial AMembly. 

President, Archibald Welch. 
Vice President, Dyer T. Bninard. - 
Treasurer, Virgil M. Dow. 
Secretary, Gurdon W. RusselL 

FELLOWS. 

H^RTroRo County ; Chairman, Benjamin ftogers ; CSerk, £. 
K. Hunt ; Fellottrs, H. A. Grant, William Scott, Samuel Hart, S. 
B. Beresford. Sidney Rockwell. 

Nkw Haven CoitnTt ; Chairman, Lyman Parker ; Clerk, D. L. 
Daggett ; Fellows, Eli Ives, G. O. Sumner, C. S. Thompson, D. 
A. Tyler, AlvanTalcott. 

Nsw London Coun i t ; Chairman, Avery Downer ; Clerk, Jer. 
King; Fellows, Chauncey Burgess, Ashbel Woodward, &. W. 
Matbewson, J. D. Ford, £. B. Downing. 

FjaRFiBiiD CoDNTT ; Chairman, Daniel Comstock ; Clerk, 
Samuel Beach ; Fellows, Sturges Bulkley^, A. L. WOIiams, H. N. 
Bennett, 8. Middlebrook, George Dyer. 

Windham County ; Chairman, William Witter ; Clerk, J. P. 
Whitcomb ; Fellows, William Witter, D. A. HoYey, D. E. Hull, 
Hiram Holt, Lorenzo Marcy. 

LiTCHrzELD County ; Chairman, A. M. Huxley ; Clerk, J. G. 
Beckwith ; Fellows, Benjamin Welch, Jr., Loomis North, S. H. 
Lyman, D. E. Bostwick, A. M. Huxley. 

MiDDLKSKX County ; Chairman, Ira Hutchinson ; Clerk, H. 
Brewer ; Fellows, E. B. Nye, A. H. King, W. H. Tremaine. 

Tolland County ; Chairman, Orson Wood ; Clerk, O. K. 
Isham ; Fellows, J. H. Manning, W. N. Clarke, Alden Skinner. 

PHYSICIANS AND SURGEiONS 

COITNECTED WITH THE SOCIETY. 



HARTFORD. 
Beresford, S. B. 
Butler, John S. 
Crary, David 
Dodge, D. S. 
Ellsworth, P. W. 
Grant, H. A. 
Hawley,G.B. 



Holmes, Henry 
Hunt, £. K. 
Preston, H. C. 
Rogers, Benjamin 
RusTClI, 6 W. 
Sumner, George 

West Hartford. 
Brace, Edward 



AVON. 

KeOogg, Alfred 

BERLIN. 

Brandagee, E. Jr. 
Buckley, Sylvester 
Gridley, Horatio 

J\rew Britain. 
Babcock, £. D. 



PHTSICIANS. 



141' 



' Hart, Samuel 
Woodruff, Lucius 

BLOOMriKLD. 

Wens, John F. 

BRISTOL. 

Camp. J. W. 
Pardee, J. W. 

BURLINQTOM. 

Elton, James W. 

^AIfTON. 

Hazen, T. G. 
Kasson, Ben Adam 

CoUinvoiUe. 
Brown. S. W. 
Tiffany, R. H. 

■AST HA.RTrOR9. 

Childs, Selh Ll 
HaU,EU 

BAST WINDSOR. 

Watson, Hiram 

Broad Brook. 
Fisk, M. L. 

Warehonae Point. 
Olmsted, Joseph, Jr. 

■KFIBLD. 

Converse, J. P. 
Spalding. A. L. 

FARUINOTON. 

Brown, Chauncey 
Carrington, £. W. 
Thompson, Asahel 

PlainvUle. 
Moody, G. A. 

OLA8TENBURT. 

Carter, Ralph 

South Ola^tenlntry. 
Andrews, L. J. 
Hawley, Roswell 

EasthUry. 
Stocking, Sabin S. 

6RANBY. 

Case, Jarius 
Jewett, J.F. 

lUut Chrcenby. 
Hamlin, Chester 

JSTorth Oranbjf. 
Banning, J.C. 



We9t Granby. 
Wilcox, J. D. 

MANCBBSTXR. 

Scott, William 
Williams, W. C. 

ROCKT HILL. 

Barrows, A. W. 

SIMSBURT. 

White, R. A. 

TariffmUe, 
Ensign, C. W. 
Sanford, 6. W. 

sou I HINOTON . 

Barnes, J. S. 
Hart, F. A. 

SOUTH WINDSOR. 

Gillette, H. C. 
Rockwell, Sidney 

BUFFIBLD. 

BisseU, A. L. 
Low, S. B. 
Rising, Aretus 

WKTHBRS FIELD. 

Cook,E.F. 
Welch, Archibald 

WINDSOR. 

Lee, Graham 
Pierson. W. S. 
Sill, Theodore, 

Windsor Locks. 
Skinner, S. W. 

NEW HAVEN. 
Beers, T. P. 
Beers, T. P. Jr. 
Bishop, E. H. 
Bronson, Henry 
Daggett, D. L. 
Dow, V. M. 
Forbes, R.W. 
Hooker, Charles 
Hotchkiss, J. T. 
Hubbell, J. W. 
Ives, Eli 
Ives, Levi 
Ives, N. B. 
Jewett, P. A. 
Knight, Jonathan 



Miller, P. T. 
Monson, A. S. 
Moore, D. H. 
North, E. D. 
O'Reilly, James 
Park, Edward A. 
Porter, H. B. 
Pritchard, David 
Punderson, Samuel 
Skinner, John 
Sumner, G. O. 
Taylor, N W.Jr. 
Thomas, L. A. 
Totten, J. A. 
TuUy, Wm. 
Tyler, D. A. 
Wilcoxson, L. D. 
Fair Haven. 
Beecher, J. H. 
Thompson, C. S. 
White, W.M. 

WestviUe. 
Lloyd, Samuel 

BKTHANT. 

Woodward, A. C. 

BRANFORD. 

Lay, W. L. 

CHBSHIRK. 

Banks, Nebemiah 
Driggs, A.J. 

DERBY. 

Whiting, W.J. 
Ansonia, 
Church, S. P. 

BirminghaM. 
Beardsley, Ambrose 
Humphreysvitte. 
Johnson, S. C. 
Kendall, Joshua 
Stoddard, Abiram 
Stoddard, Thomas 

BAST HAVEN. 

Famham, Bela 

GUILFORD. 

Canfield, Joel 
Hutchinson, Elisba 
Talcott, Alvan 



[42 



FHTSICIAirS. 



MAOMOH. 

Webb. Reynold 

JV*orC4 Madiaon, 
Perkina, G. E. 

nmwimtn. 
Barlow, Gardiner 
fFett Meridtm. 
Catlin, B. H. 

YclesviUe. 
McCBTty.C. B. 

MIDDLKBUET. 

CaUin,W.C. 
Limley, Jacob 

MILrORD. 

Allen, Hull 
Beardsley, L. N. 
French, Andrew 

MADOATDCK. 

Langdon, Timotby 
Meats, J. D. 

HORTH BRAIirORD. 

BeardBly, Sheldon 

NORTH HAVKM. 

Foote, C. B. 
Moody, Anson 

OXFORD. 

Loundsbury, John 
Stone, Noah 

SOUTHBURT. . 

Burrltt, A. B. 

South Britam. 
Baldwin, N. C. 

WALUNOPORD. 

Atwater, William 
Parker, Lyman 

WATBRBCRT. 

Befl,A.N. 
Leavenworth, M. C. 
Piatt, G. L. 
Porter, Daniel Jr. 
Porter, Joseph 
Rodman, W.W. 

WOODBRIDOB. 

Castle, Andrew 
Goodsell. Isaac 

WOLCOTT. 

Bytaig'on, N. H. 



NEW LONDON. 
Ames, C. E. 
Bralnanl, D. T. 
Mercer, Archibald 
Miner, W. W. 
Morgan, James 
Perkins, N. S. 
Porter, J. G. 
Rogers, James 
Smith, Seth 

MORWICB. 

Barker, R. F. 
Brooks, J. W. 
Burgess, Chauncey 
Dyer, Elijah Jr. 
Ford, J. D. 
Haile, A. B. 
Hooker, Worthington 
King, Jeremiah 
Manwaring, R. A. 
Phinney, Elisha 
Roath, B. T. 
Tracy, R. P. 

BOERAH. 

Johnson, Samuel 

COLCHBSTBR. 

Dow, J. R. 
Moi^n, Frederic 
Parsons, E. W. 

BAST LTHB. 

Perkins, A. P. 
Smith, J. L. 

FRANKLIN. 

Woodward, Ashbel 

I3RISWOLD. 

Jewett City. 
Fuller, Alonzo 
Tyler, Lucius 

OROTON. 

Durfee, Joseph 

Porters ville. 
Coats, E. F. 
Miner, J. O. 
Stoddard, B.F. 

liBBANON. 

Oomstock. Joseph 
Greene, R. P. 



Osgood, ErastoB 

LBDTARD. 

MathewBon, R. W. 

Oalea* Ferry. 
LoomiB, H. H. 

LISBON. 

Brewer, M. K. 
Smith, Vine 

LTMK. 

Bartlett, S. F. 
Noyes, John 

Uambvrgh. 
Brockway, J. C. M. 
PteaeoMt Valley. 
Warren, W. W. J. 

MONTVILLK. 

Fellows, Ephraim 
UncasviUe. 
BoDes, J. C. 
Gay, J. R. 

NORTH STONINOTON. 

Gray, Alvah 
WatUesT.P. 

PRBSTON. 

Downer, Avery 
Downing, £. B. 

Poguetannoc. 
Coats, H. W. 

SALEK. 

Babcock, W. A. 
FuUer,J.P. 

STONINOTON. 

Bently, Edwin 
Hyde, William 
Hyde, William Jr. 
Miner, Cyrus 
Palmer, G. E. 

Mystic. 
Manning, Mason 

FAIRFIELD. 
Denison, J. T. 
Ten Broeck, S. P. V. 

Oreenjield. 
Blakeman, Rnfus 

SotUhport. 
Sherwood, Justus 



PHTSICIAHS. 



143 



DANBURT. 

Bennett, S. P. 
Botsford, R. B. 
Comstock, Daniel 

Bethel. 
Bennett, H. N. 

BRIBOBPORT. 

Beach, Samuel 

Burritt, 

Judson, Frederic 

Kenny, 

Nash, D. B. 
Watson, W. L. 

BROOKFIBLD. 

Lacey, Edwin A. 
Williams, A- L. 

DARIXN. 

Percival, Warren 

BASTON. 

Baldwin, James 
Seeley, Lloyd 

HUNTINGTON. 

Shelton, James H. 

XONROK. 

Buckley, Sturges 
Hall, Z. H. 

NEW CANAAN. 

Noyes, 8. 8. 
Richards, Lewis 

NBWTOWN. 

Booth, C. H. 
Dutton, T. A. 
Erwin Erastus 
Judson George 

NORWALK. 

( Bissell, Emery 
^ Gregory, Ira 
^ McLean, J. A. 

) READING. 

Gorham, Charles 

STAMFORD. 

Ayres, Chauneey 
liaigbt, N. D. 
Lockwood, R. H. 

STRATFORD. 

Goulding, John 
Shelton, W. T. 



TRUMBULL. 

Dyer, George 
Middlebrook, E. B. 
M iddlebrook, Elijah 
Middlebrook, Steph. 

W BSTPORT. 

Blackman, George 
Jauncey, Jos. Jr. 

WILTON. 

Mead, Sylvester 

BROOKLYN. 
Hale, D. M. 
Whitcomb, J. B, 
Woodbridge, W*m 

ASHFORD. 

Simmons, J. H. 

CANTERBURY. 

Baldwin, Elijah 
Palmer, Joseph 

CHAPLIN. 

Witter, Orrin 

BASTFORD. 

Stebbins, Roderick 

HAMPTON. 

Hughes, Dyer. Jr. 

KILLINGLT. 

Hammond, Justin 
J^Tor^h KiUingly. 

Peckbam, F. H. 
South KUlingly. 

Hovey, D. A. 

West KiUingly. 

Hall, D. E. 

Hutchins, Samuel 

PLAINFIBLD. 

Burgess, Mowry 
Campbell, W. H. 
Cogswell, W. H, 
Hutchinson, P. K. 
Central P. O. 
Baklwin, Elijah Jr. 

POMFRET. 

Holt, Hiram 
Williams, Lewis 

STERLING. 

Pike, Nathan ^. 



THOMPSON. 

Bower, Samuel 
Wilkinscn. 
Hough, H. W. 

VOLUNTOWN. 

Campbell, Harvey 

WINDHAM. 

Hunt, Chester 
Litchfield, Eleazer 

Scotland. 
Bromley, C. B. 

Willimantie. 
Hill, John Jr. 
Witter, William 

WOODSTOCK. 

Marcy, Lorenzo 

J^ortk Woodstock. 
Witter, Asa 

West Woodstock. 
Bradford, Milton 

LITCHFIELD. 
Beckwith, J. G. 
Buel, Samuel 
Buel, William 
Seymour, George 
Woodruff, R. M. 

South Farms. 
Bostwick, D. £. 
Miner, G. H. 

J^orthfield. 
Woodward, R. S. 

BARKHAMSTBD. 

Graham, F. B. 

BETHLEM. 

North, Loomis 

CANAAN. 

Adam, George 
Wright, A. A. 

South Canaan. 
GiUett, a A. 

CORNWALL. 

North, B. B. 

West Comtoatt. 
GoM, S. W. 
Scovell, John 



OOBHKN. 

Huxley, A. M. 

JiTorth Oo»ken. 
Beach, H. K. 

HARWIMTON. 

Woodward, E. J. 

KBirr. 
Beardsley, Wella 
Hatch, J. C. 
Osborne, Eliada 

VKW HARTrORO. 

Hubbard. H. R. 

SakenroUle. 
Burwell, Jerry 

NKW MILrORD. 

Lacy, Thomas B. 
Taylor, George 
Williams, Jehiel 
Bridgnoater. 
Judson, Horace 

OayloriTa Bridge. 
Bt. John, 6. H. 

NORFOLK. 

Cockie, J. H. T. 
Welch, Benjamin 
Welch, W. W. 

PLTHOUTH. 

Salisbury, S. T. 

Plymouth HoUow. 
Woodruff, Wm. 
Terryville, 
Byington, Charles 

ROXBURT. 

Downs, Myron 

SALISBURY. 

BulWejr, W. E. 
Plumb, Ovid 

LakevUle. 
Welch, Benj. Jr. 

SHARON. 

\ Deming, Balph 
, Reed, Cbauncey 
I EllstDorth. 

Elmore, Everett, 

TORRINOTON. 

Woolcottoille. 
Bancroft, Erastus 



Freeman, O. B. 

WARRKN. 

Lyman, Norman 
WoodvUle. 
Peters, Manly 

WASHINGTON. 

Ford, Setb P. 
Fowler, R. M. 

JV*ew Prenton. 
Lyman, £. P. 
Lyman, S. H. 

WINCHKSTXR. 

Welch, James 

WOODBURY. 

Abemethy, Roswall 
Seelye, T. T. 
Webb, C. H. 

MffiDLETOWN. 
Barratt, Joseph 
Brewer, Hamilton 
Casey, W. B. 
Harrison, David 
Miner, Thomas 
Warner, Richard 
Woodruff, Franklin 
Woodward, Charles 

BADDAM. 

Hutchinson, Ira 
Higganum. 
Tremaine, W. H. 

CHATHAM. 

Edgerton, F. G. 
Smith, Charles 

Middle Haddam. 
Worthington, A. B. 

CHBSTKR. 

Pratt, Ambrose 

DURHAIC. 

Fowler, B. F. 

EAST HADDAM. 

Holt, Asa M. 
Nye, E. B. 
Williams, Datus 

KILLINOWORTH. 

Turner, Rufus 

PORTLAND. 

Fuller, S. H. 



Gilbert, 6. C. H. 
Jarvifi, 6. O. 

SAYBROOK. 

King, Asa H. 

■SSBZ. 

Hough, A. H. 
Shepaid, F. W. 

Deqt River. 
Baker, 'Rxxtva 

WBSTBROOK. 

Burr, Horace 

TOLLAND. 
Isham, O. K. 
Preston, G. H. 

BOLTON. 

Hunt, Orrin 
Sumner, C. F. 

COLUMBIA. 

Mcintosh, Harrison 

COVKN^-RY. 

Hunt, Eleaser 

South Coventry, 
Dimock, Timothy 

ATtdover, 
White, Adonijali 

KLLINOTON. 

Hyde, Allyn 
Manning, J. H. 

HEBRON. 

Peters, John S. 
White, O. C. 

MANSFIELD. 

Brigham* Norman 
Richardson, W. H. 

South Man^/ield. 
Swift, Earl 

SOMRRB. 

Hamilton, E. E. 
Wood, Orson 
Woods, W»mB. 

. STAFFORD. 

Beebe, E. S. 
Clark, W. N. 
Ladd, Ahgah 

fFeat Stafford, 
Blodgett, J. C. 



L 



PHTSiCIANS. 



145 



umoif. 
Lindsley, Eben. 



▼BKNON. WILUlfOTOV. 

Hinckley, ScottowBy DiddiMon, F. L. 
Skinner, Akien 



NOT CONNECTED WITH THE IfEDICAL SOCIETY. 



HARTFORD. 
Hitchcock, D. E. 
Hooker, Nathl 
Jackson, J. C. 
Jolinson, N. K. 
Lee, Henry 
Marcy, £. E. 
Sebue, John 
Taft, C. A. 

Avoir. 
WUlard, JqUub 

BERLIN. 

Francis, M. 0, 

BRISTOL. 

Graliam, J. L. 
Merriman, Titus 

KNnSLD. 

Hamilton, H. A. 
Rifiley, S. G. 

OLA8TB1CB1TRT. 

Moore, John 
Thrall. Warren 

HARTLAND. 

Boeworth, Natb'I 

XARLBOROnaH. 

Jonefi, John S. 
Lord, Austin 

SOVTHINOTOM. 

Hateey, G. L. 

snrFiKLn. 
KeDogg, O. W. 

WKTHKRSFIXLD. 

Fox, Roswell 

NEW HAVEN. 
BKTUAinr. 
Castle, Jehiel 

CHKSBIRB. 

Foot, Wm. L. 

MADISOH. 

BidweU, Edwin 



MIDDLBBURT. 

Crane, Robert 

PROSPBOT. 

Ducachet, H. W. 

WALLINOPORD. 

Andrews, E. D. 

WATBRBURT. 

Perkins, 6. E. 
Porter, Jesse 
Porter, William 

NEW LONDON. 
Sikes, O. 

NORWICH. 

Dean. Benjamin 
Francis, David 

COLCBBSTBR. 

Rogers, Howell 
Swift, S. E. 

PRANKLIN. 

Sweet, Stephen 

ORISWOLB. 

Gay, Benajah 
Hutchinson, P. R. 

OROTON. 

Gray, Thomas 

LB B ANON. 

Champlin, Stephen 

NORTH STONINOTON. 

Walker, Levi. 
FAIRFIELD. 

DANBORT. 

Booth, W. E. 
Bronson, Levi Jr. 
Hawley, Z. 
Lacey, Wm. F. 
Ricliards, J. H. 
Stevens, Sylv. 

BASTON 

Pattlson, John P. 



ORBBNWICB. 

Allen, C. H. 
Mead, Darius 
White, R. F. 

BOMTINOTON. 

Tomlinson, Joseph 

NEW CANAAN. 

Trask, John B. 

NBW FAIRPIBLD. 

Bamum, David 
Bamum, S. L. 

NBWTOWH. 

judson, Monroe 
Taylor, 

NORWALK. 

Hill. Asa 
Symes, Samuel 
Lummis, Aug. 

RBDDINO. 

Clark, J. E. 

RIDOBFULD. 

Burr, Davkl 
Kendall, C. H. 
Perry, Nehemiah 

SHBRRAN. 

Northrup. D. W. 
Orton, John 

STAMPORD. 

Teller, Harrison 

STRATFORD. 

Lewis, Theodore 

WILTON. 

Willard, David 

BROOKLYN. 
Huntington, Thomas 

ABHFORD. 

SUnner, Eeekiel 

HAMPTON. 

Clark, Isaac 



10 



146 



rarsKaAifs. 



'Foner, C. H. 
[Groovenor, Robert 

POMrSBT. 

[Perry, Tbomas 

ABIMOTOH. 

iWifliaiM, Eliiba 

TH01IP80H. 

) Holbrook, Horatio 
• Holbrook, LoweH 

WmSHAX. 

^Bsiker, Enoch 
Bamet, Wm. A. 
Fitch, C. 

;Latliiop,C. W. 

WOODSTOCK. 

[Lyman, Daniel 
iBogera» 

LITCHFIELD. 
Camp, B. D. W. 
Lewis, A. S. 
Vain, Charles 

BARKHAM8TBD. 

Beech, Amos 

Hitekecekville, 
Brockway, Marcus 

CAHAAM. 

Smith, I. H. 



COLSBKOOK. 

Plwlpa,J.W. 

COBHWALL. 

Hubbard, Solon 
adsHBH. 
Baldwin, Harvey 

HAmWIBTOK. 

Abemethy, Andrew 
Bearddey, Peter 

RBW HARTVOBD. 

Winston, J. W. 

KBW MII.rOBD. 

Hine, James 

PLTMOUTB. 

Davis, T. F. 

SALISBUBT. 

Werden, Wm. 

SHARON. 

Bears, John 

EUtwarthf 
Pease, Seth 

WATBRTOWH. 

Atwood, G. 
DeForest, John 
Elton, Samuel 
Hungerford, A. M. 

WISCHBSTBR. 

Wakefield, John L. 
Wetmore, T. S. 



lODDLETOWN. 

CHATHAM. 

Woodward. F. B. 

CUMTOK. 

Hubbard, D. H. 
Pelton, Asa S. 

DURHAM. 

Andrews, Cfaaimeey- 

KILUneWORTH. 

Turner, S. W. 
Essex. 
Blather, Ezra S. 

WBSTBROOK. 

Cone, Ebenezer 
TOLLAND. 

BLUNOTOH. 

Pease, Levi S. 

HBBRON. 

Cook, H. C. 
Woodward. R A. 

MAMSnSLD. 

Adams, Jabez 

UNION. 

Hammond, Shubael 

VBRNOH. 

Comings, B. C. 

WILLINOTON. 

Carpenter, Chester 



CONN. BOTANICAL MEDICAL SOCIETY. 

President, Isaac J. Sperry. 

Vice President, R. H. Bobbins, 

Recording Secretary, T. S. Sperry. 

Correq)onding Secretary, Edgar Miles. 

Treasurer, Wm. Allen Jr. 

Censors, E. Robinson, J. D. Friend, E. Burr, J. W. Johnson. 



HARTFORD. 
Johnson, J. W. 
Sperry, Isaac J. 
Sperry, T. a 

JSTew Britain. 
Sperry, L. L. 



PHYSICIANS. 

BLOOMFIKLD. 

Warren, T. H. 

BRISTOL. 

Langdon, 6. L. 

BAST WINDSOR. 

Peabody, Daniel. 



7Ttomps0fniUe. 
Houghton, E. D. 

MANCHB8TBR. 

Jaques, C. M. 

TariffviUe. 
Brockway, Marcus 



8TATB PSX90N 



WCTHBRSniliD. 

Archer, H. A. 

NKW HAVEN. 
Babcock, £. C. 
Reed, Timothy 
SobiiMon, £ben*r 
Sprague, Selden 

DKRBY. 

Buel, R. M. 

ouii«rolu>. 
Robbins, R. H. 

HBKIDBH. 

Allen, Win. Jr. 

WATBUIUKT. 

Main, Wm. P. 

NEW LONDON. 
Leete, Isaae P. 
Merritt, M. 




NORWICH. 

Cook,- — 
Lyman, D. B. 
DaatielsamviUe. 

Fisk, 

PLAlNriBLD. 

Jaques, A. J. 

nANBURT. 

Stevens, Sylv. 

BRIDOBFORT, 

Eelsey, Israel 
Petit, Chartes 

HORWOiK. 

Hubey, George W. 

STRATrORD. 

Curtis, S. 

WINDHAM. 
OtiB, William K. 



▲SBrORD. 

Bradley, L L. 

PLTMOVTH. 

Davis, T. F. 

Roxhury. 
Femi, Aaron W. 
fTinsted. 
Steele, B. B. 

MIDDLETOWN. 
Burr, Ellsworth 

GLIMTON. 

Pelton, A. S. D. 

BAfT BADnAV. 

Cook, Henry E. 

TOLLAND. 
Eaton, J. C. 






atatt Iprison^ 



DiRBCTORs, R<^r H. Mills, New Hartford, Edson Fessenden, 

Hartford, Phtlo Pratt, Meriden. 
Warden, Elisba Johnson. Deputy, O. C. Walker. 

Chaplain, David Miller. Clerk,, J. M. Talcott. 

Physician, Archibald Welch. 

Statistica for the year ending March 31, 1847. 

Income - - 915,570 

Expenditure - - 12,098 

Whole number March 31, 1846. 
^oDischarged, died, &c., during the year 
Received " 



n 



In the priiKm March 31, 1847» 

Employed in making chairs 63 

do. do. cutlery 33 

do. do. shoes 21 

do. do. rules 11 

Males, white 102, colored 36=138 



Females 



»» 



u 



7= 12=: 



Net profit $3,472 

173 
51 

28 Decrease 23 
150 
Invalids 4 

Waiters, &c. 6 
Females 12 

Total ISO 

150 



' 



; 



t Natives of Connecticut - - 94 

ofotherNew England States 13 
of otlier States - - 25 

[ Foreigners - - * ' *® . 

OiriTnes for which committed. 



*f 



»t 



Total 150 



'Murder 

Manslaughter 
\ Attempt to kin 

Rape 

Attempt at rape 
I Adultery 

Bigamy 

Insanity 

\ Confined for life 
do. 
do. 



6 
6 

18 
7 
8 
7 
1 
1 
16 



over 10 years 10 
for 10 years 12 



Robbery - 2 

Arson - 14 

Burglary - 38 

Theft - 20 

Forgery - 3 

Counterfeiting 1 

Horse Stealing 18 

Total 150 

Confined 5 to 10 years 37 
do. 3 and 4 years 51 
do. for 2 years 24s 150 



iHiUfia of (JTonnectuttt. 

His Excellency, CLARK BISSELL, New Haven, Ciptain Gen- 
eral and Commander-in-Chief. 

Lieut. Col. Lucius G. Peck, New Haven, > Aids^e-camp. 
Lieut. Col. Thomas L. Stedman, Norwich, 5 
His Honor, CHARLES J. McCURDY, Lieutenant General 
Major Hiram Wflley, New London. > ^.^j^^ ^ 
Major Henry G. Lewis, New Haven, J *^ 

General Gkokob P. Shklton, Southbury, AtSijutant GeneraL 
laeut. Col. William B. Ely, Hartford, ar. Master General. 
Lieut Col. James Warb, Commissary General. 
Major Wm. H. H. Comstock, East Lyme, Pay Master General. 

GOVERNOR'S GUARDS. 

f Henry Boardman, Major Commandant. 
William Gillett, Captain, and 1st Lieutenant 
Sylvester Lyman, 2d Lieutenant 
Hiram Shepard, Cornet 
George D. Gates, Quarter Mailer. 

'William Conner, Jr., Me^or Commandant 
^ Normand Hollister, Captain and 1st Lieutenant 
^J Leverett Seymour, 2d Lieutenant ' 

g ^ 1 James G. Wells, 3d Lieutenant 

&q Frederick L. Gleason, 4th Lieutenant^ '* 

[^Alvord Shepard, Ensign. 



MILITIA. 



149' 



'Joshua Barnes, Jr., M^jor Commandant 
Bayard W. Barnes, Captain and 1st Lieutenant 
Jared S. Barnes, Sd Lieutenant, 
James BL Ford, Cornet 



g f Russell W. Norton, M^or Commandant 
^ I J Walter Stickney, Captain and 1st Lieutenant 
lg n 1 William D. Kendrick, 2d Lieutenant 

^ ( Hart Z. Norton, 3d Lieutenant 

Tbe Militia Law of 1847 requires the coDectorsof the State tax 
to enrol men between 18 and 35 ; and all who are not members 
of uniform Companies, may commute for military duty by pay- 
ing one dolUir a year. All unifbcm companies are required to do 
military duty three successive days, in Aug. Sept. or Oct. for 
which they are to receive not exceeding f 1 50 per day, to be lim- 
ited by the amount of commutation money and fines received. 

The uniform companies in each county constitute a regiment 
The regiments in Hartford, New London, Windham and Tolland 
counties constitute the first brigade ; and those of New Haven, 
Fairfield, Litchfield and Middlesex counties constitute the second 
brigade. These two brigades constitute one 

MILITABY BITISION. 

FRANCIS BACON, Litchfield, M^jor General. 

Major PhUoM.Judson, Norwich, i Aid»^-Camp. 
Major Dwigfat Morris, Bridgeport, J '"«"^*«-^«*»"F- 

Lfeut. Col. John C. HoDister, New Haven, Division Inspector. 
Major Aaron C. Goodman, Hartford, Division Or. Master. 

FIRST BRIGADE. 

Comprising the Ist, 3d, 5th, and 1th Regiments, 

NATHAN M. WATERMAN, HARTroan, Brioadike Gbmskal. 

Dewitt C. Freeman. Bartfoid, Aid-de-Camp. 

George 8. Lincoln. Hartford, Brigade M^jor and Inspector. 

Virgil D. Cornish, Hartford, Brigade Quarter Master. 

SECOND BRIGADE. 

Comprising the 2cl, 4th, iUh, and Sth Regiments. 

WKUJAM T. KING, Sharon, Brioadibr Gbrbeai.. 

George A. Bissell, Norwalk, Aid-deCamp. 

William B. E. Lnckwood, Norwalk, Brigade Major and Inspector. 

Chauncey Taylor, Norwalk, Brigade auarter Master. 

Frederick Lockwood, Soutbport, Brigade Surgeon. 



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BANKS. 



^ame. 



Banks. 



Presidents. 



Bridgeport, .Silvanus Sterling. 

City Bank of N. Haven, 'Ezra C. Read. 
Connecticut, J Daniel Thatcher. 

do. Branch, IJesup Alvord. 
Con. River Banking Co., WUliam H. imlay. 



Danbury, 

East Haddam, 

Exchange, 

Fairfield County, 

Farmers & Mechanics*, 

Hartford, 

Iron, 

Jewett City, 

Mechanics*, 

Merchants', 

Meriden, 

Middlesex County, 

Middletown, 

Mystic, 

New Haven, 

do. County, 
New London, 
Norwich, 
Phoenix, 

do. Branch, 
Clninebaug, 
Stamford, 
Stoningtoui 
I Thames, 
Thompson, 
ToUand County, 
Union, 
Whaling, 
Windham, 

do. County, 



Samuel Tweedy. 
John C. Palmer. 
Roderick Terry. 
A, £. Beard. 
Hor. Goodwin, 2d. 
D. F. Robinson. 
William H.Walton 
David Smith. 
John Fitch. 
William Williams, 
Walter Booth, 
! Charles R. Sebor. 
J. H. Watkinson. 
Elisha Faxon. 
Hervey Sanford. 
Henry Hotchkiss. 
Ezra Chappell. 
Charles Johnson. 
George Beach. 
Theron Beach. 
Samuel C. Mocgan. 
John W. Leeds. - 
Eph. Williams. 
Edw. Whiting. 
Talcott Crosby. 
John H. Brockway. 
Jonathan Starr, 
i Peter C. Turner. 
jJohn Baldwin. 
I Daniel P. Tyler. 



Cashiers. 



George Burroughs. 
S. D. Pardee. 
Charles Foote. 
Wyllys Atwater. 
Edwin %)encer. 
Aaron Seeley. 
T. C. Boardman. 
Elisha Colt. 
Thos. Warner, Jr. 
WiUiam T. Hooker. 
Henry A. Perkios. 
R. M. S. Pease. 
John Johnson. 
John W. Fitch. 
J. W. White * 
John A. Butler. 
\ViIliam S. Camp. 

F. L. Gleason. 
Geo. W. Noyes. 

A. Townsend, Jr. 
Ransom Burritt. 

B. F. Dutton. 
Frank Johnson. 
John L. Bunce. 

G. F. Davis. 
Charles White. 
Saml. K. Saterlee. 
Francis Amy. 
L. Brewer. 
Joseph B. Gay. 
J. R. Flynt, 
Joseph C. Sistare. 
J. C. Douglass. 
Samuel Bingham. 
lAdams White. 



* 6. Carpenter, Assistant Cashier. 



BANK COMMISSIONERS. 

I Nelson Brewster, Goshen ; John Dunham, Norwich ; Henry T. 
Huggins, New Haven. 



BANKS. 



161 



Banks, 



AnBual Meeting. 


Discount Days. 


Cap. Stock. 


Dividends. 


1st W. July. 


ru. &P. 


210,000 


7 per 


ct Jan. J*y. 


1st M. July. 


ru. &P. 


500,000 


7 " 


Jan. July. 


Ist Th. Sept 


Tu. & P. 


275,000 


7 " 


Jan. July. 


Ist Tues. Jan. 


M. ic Tb. 


250,000 


6 •» 


Jan. July. 




M ^ Th. 


89,500 


»» 


Dec. June 


M. bef. l8tTa.Au. 


Wed. 


66,160 


6i »• 


Feb. Aug. 


6d Tues. July. 


M. W. & P. 


525,000 


7 " 


Jan. July. 


2d Tues. June. 


ru. & P. 


100.000 


8 " 


June, Dec. 


1st Tues. May. 




539.900 


7 " 


May, Nov. 


2d Thurs. June. 


M. W. & P. 


1,134,600 


7 »» 


J'e, Dec.* 


1st. Tues. July. 


M. w. & pr 


100.000 






Ist Thurs. Jan. 


SVed. 


44,000 


»» 


Feb. Aug. 


Ist Mon. July. 


M.fcTh. 


300,000 


8* " 
74 " 


Jan. July. 


Ist IMon. Sept. 


M. & Th. 


156,936 


M'ch, Sep. 


Ist Mon. Nov. 


Wed. 


150,000 


7 " 


May, Nov. 


Ist Wed. July^ 


M. fcTh. 


220,900 


7i " 


Jan. July. 


1st ThUTS. Jan. 


ru. &P. 


369,300 


7 " 


Jan. July. 


Ist Mon. July. 


ru. 


51,700 


»» 


Jan. July. 


1st Thurs. July. 


Tu. &P. 


364,800 


8 " 


Jan. July. 


1st Wed. July. 


M. & Th. 


502,550 


7i » 


Jan. July. 


1st Tues. July. 


ru. &. F. 


150,875 


6i »» 


Jan. July. 


3d IMon. June. 


ru. & p. 


210,000 


8 " 


Jan. July. 


1st Thurs. Sept. 


>I. w. &. p. 

M. &Th, 


1,283,000 


8 " 


M'ch,Sep. 


1st Mon. June. 


M. & Th. 


250,000 


f9 


June, Dec. 


1st Mon. May. 


ru. fc. P. 


60,000 


6§ »' 


M*ch, Sep. 


1st Mon. Sept 


Wed. 


59,650 


f* 


June. Dec. 


4th Tues. Jijine. 


Tu. & P. 


320,700 


9 »» 


M'ch, Sep. 


2d Tues. Oct 


rues. 


60,000 


7 " 


Apr. Oct 


3d Mon. Oct 


Wed. 


80.200 


7 " 


Apr. Oct 


1st Toes. June. 


ru. & P. 


100.000 


7* " 


Jan. July .f 


Ist Mon. July. 


M. «L Th. 


163,450 


6 »' 


Jan. July. 


2d Wed. Sept. 


Wed. 


60,000 


8 " 


M*ch, Sep. 


2d Mon. June. 


Wed. 


62,700 


7 " 


Apr. Oct 


* Besides 2 per c 


«nt extra. 1 1 


Seside 1 1-2 


per cent extra. 



BANK DIRECTORS. 

They reside where the bank is located, unless otherwise spe- 
cified. 



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163 



BANS PIBBCTOXS. 



Bridgeport — SDvamn Stertiag, Hanford Lyon, C. B. HubbeO, 
Bherman HartweO, Jofleph Bartram, Fairfield, Henry Beera, 
Newtown, Stephen lV>mlin8on, S. F. Burd, Jfoeeph Tbompflon ; 
SMe^ Daniel Hatch. 

\ City Bank of New Haven. — ^Winiam Jolmson, David Daggett, 
I ZelotesDay, Deimia Kimberly, Joseph £. Sheffield, Ezra C. 
I Bead, Sherman Smith, John Bradley, Charles A. Judson. 

* Connecticut (Bridgeport) — Daniel Thatcher, Reuben Tweedy, 

* Nathuiiel Wade, Joseph Brooks, Lemuel Coleman, Vbeiu Fair- 
I child, P. C. Calhoun, S. B. Jones, Daniel Fayerweather, Fa,\t- 

fiekl ; State, Lewis H. Russell, Stratford. 

[Connecticut Branch. (Southport)— Jesup Alvord, Jonathan 
r Bolkley, Wm. Bulkley, Charles Perry, Simeon Sherwood, Ahra 
[ Gray, Westport, itott Bolkl^. 

I Connecticut River Banking Co. -(Hartford.) — ^William H. Imlay, 
t Alfred Smith, Daniel Buck, Joseph Church, M. A. TutUe, Ches- 
> ter Bulkley, Wethersfiekl, G. M. Bartholomew, Daniel P. Cros- 
) by, John F. Judd. 
C Danbury. — Samuel Tweedy. Reuben Booth. Eli T. Hoyt, Samuel 
\ Btebbias, L. P. Hoyt, Abner Gilbert Ridgefield, Seelye Bar- 
( num, New Fairfield ; State, W^nflhf ontgomery. 

I East Haddam. — ^William Palmer, Timothy Green. John C. I^faner, 
} Joseph Goodspeed, Joshua L'Hommedieu, Chester, Samuel Ar- 
) IK>kl Sd, Haddam, Charles Arnold, Haddam, R. S. Pratt, 6. E. 
) Goodspeed, William Palmer, Jr., Jed. R. Gardner, R. W. Miller, 
/ Oliver Warner. 

I Exchange. (Hartford.)— Roderick Terry, D. W. Clark, W. W. 
( Ellsworth, A. W. Butler, C. F. Pond, Chauncey Ives, Solomon 
\ Porter, Ezra Clark, Jr., S. fi. Hamilton, James Dixon, Abner 
J Case, E. B. Hull, J. O. Pettibone, Simsbury ; State, 6. Wood- 
j ruif, William Isham. 

(Fairfield County. (Norwalk.) — ^A. E. Beard, J. W. Hubbell, 
( Charles Isaacs, W. K. James, W. S. Lockwood, A. £. iirmith, 
( Step. Ohnsted ; State, £U D. Bennett 

) Farmers and Mechanics. (Hartford ) — ^Horace Goodwin, 2d, Jo- 
) seph Pratt, Luther Loomis, Suffield, Elbridge Cutler, Horace 
/ Belden. Simsbury, Henry Keney, Ja's Goodwin, Henry Thomp- 
/ son, Enfield, W. Pease, Jr., Charles Boswell, S. G. Savage, G. 
i P. Grant, C. N. Humphrey ; State^ Alfred GiU, L. Stockbridge. 

J Hartford. — ^D. F. Robinson, C. H. Northam, J. B. Hosmer, B. Hud- 
J son, H. B. Chafl'ee, James Cowles, Farmington, Francis Par- 
) sons, James M. Bunce, Bobert Buell, Erastus Ellsworth, Eavt 
( Windsor ; State, E. G. Howe. 



BANK DIRECTOBS. 



163 



Ixoa Bank. (Canaan.) — ^Wm. H. Walton, Timo. Chittendon, A. 
H. HoUey, L. Richairdson, Lee Caofield, E. G. Lawrence, Bam'l 
Hurlbut, Aug. Miles, Charles Sears. 

Jewett City. (Grlswold.}— David Smith, Norwieb, Joel Hyde, 
Lisbon, W. A. Browning, Nathan Stanton, Roswell Adams, 
Lisbon, John W. Fanning, James Tyler, Jr., James Johnson, 
EUas Rathbun, Jr., Nath. Coit. 

Mechanics. (New Haven.)— John Fitch, T. R. Trowbridge, Ca- 
leb IMiz, Eiias Hotchkiss, Le G. Cannon, Simeon Marble, Elihu 
Banford, Henry White, N. F. Thompson. 

Merchants. (Norwich.) — ^Wm. Williams, Stephen Fitch, Bos- 
rah, Epaphias Porter. Lewis Hyde, John Brewster, Ledyard, 
£. A. Bill, H. B. Buckingham, Rosewell Morgan, Samuel Tyler, 
H. B. Tracy, A. B. Isham, Colchester, Jos. Tyler, Wm. Cal- 
lyban, George Hill, John H. Townsend ; State^ L. S. Foster. 

Meriden. — ^Waiter Booth, Asbbel Griswold, Noah Pomeroy, £^os 
H. Curtis, Samuel Yale, Asa Hubbard, Middletown, Ira N. 
Yale, Russell Coe, Heniy C. Butler. 

Middlesex Co. (Middletown.)— Charles R. Sebor, Edwin F. 
Johnson, Austin Baldwin, Dyer Ames, Jr., Henry D. Smith, 
Jonathan Kilboum, Jr., Lot D.* Vansands, David Harrison, John 
Stewart, Chatham, Daniel Russell, Portland. 

Middletown.— John H. Watkinson, S. D. Hubbard, William J. 
Trench, Erastus Brainard, Portland, H. G. Hubbard, Eben. 
Wilcox, J. H. Sumner, Hiram Birdsey, Alfred Southmayd, 
Hez. Scovel, Haddam, Ellas Lewis ; State, Benj. Douglass. 

New Haven. — ^Hervey Sanford, Caleb Brintnall, Henry Trow-| 
bridge, Timothy Bishop, Roger S. Badlwin, Zebul Bradley, A. 
R. Street, Enos B. M. Hughes, Enos Sperry; State, Henry' 
Trowbridge, Jr. 

New Haven County. (New Haven.) — Henry Hotchkiss, Elam 
Hull, M. G. Elliot, Wm B. Bristol, Leverett Griswold, Smith 
Tuttle, Wmis Bristol, Charles P. Hubbell ; StaU, N. Smith. 

New London.^ — Jacob B. Gurley. Isaac Thompson, Jona. Coit, 
Asa Otis, Stephen J. Lord, Lyme, John Hjidson, Groton, W'm 
P. Benjamin, Dyer T. Brainard, A. A. Ramsdell ; State, Peter 
D. Irish. 

Norwich. — J. 6. W. Trumbull, Nathaniel Shfpquan, Jedediah 
Huntington. John Isham. Colchester»L W. Kinney. Joseph Wil- 
liams, George Bliss, Patrick Fanning, Henry Strong, Joseph 
Otis, Russell Hubbard, Charles Johnson ; State, Charles Coit. 

PlMsnix. (Hartford.)— George Beach, Samuel Tudor, Henry 
Shepard, L. C. Ives, Dennison Morgan, W'm T. Lee, Selh J. 



164 



baux vajscTOiRs, 



North. New Britain, Thomas Day, Sam! 8. Ward, J. S. Mor- 
gan, Juliaa Catlin ; State, L. B. Hanks, J. L. Boswell. 

I Phoenix Branch. (Litchfield.) — Tberon Beach, 6. C. Woodraff, 
Lemuel Hurlbut, Winchester, O. S. Seymour, C. L. Webb, John 
DeForest, Jason Whiting, Colebrook. 

Quinebaug. (Norwich.) — S. C. Morgan, B. B. Norton, Fred*k 
Prentice, Jed. Leavint, Entstos Williams, J. A. Yerrington, J. 
6. Huntington, £. ^. Thomas, Roger Huntington, Ashbel 
Woodward, Franklin, Shubael Morgan. 

Stamford. — John W. Leeds, Theodore Davenport, 8. B. Provost, 
Sands Adams, John Dean, Jos. Brush, Greenwich, E. H. Bishop, 
8. Hoyt, Sd, New Canaan, James MaUary, Norwalk. 

' Thames. (Norwich.) — ^Edward Whiting. Adam Larrabee, Led- 
yard, Walter Lester, Nathaniel Parish, MontviUe, B. Mathew- 
son, Lisbon, James Stedman, Franklin Nichols. 

Thompson. — ^William H. Mason, William Read, Jonathan Nich- 
ols, Simon Davis, Talcott Crosby, Erastus Knight, H. 8. Bams- 
dell, Horatio Holbrook, John F. Williams, Woodstock, Nathan 
Williams, Jr., Pomfret, R. 8. Mathewson, Woodstock. 

Tolland County. (Tolland.) — John H. Brockway, Ellington, 
Wyllys Gilbert, David Johnson, Ariel Ladd, Miner Grant, Staf- 
ford, Hiram Rider, Willington, Oliver H. King. Vernon, Billings 
Grant, Ellington, Jonathan R Flynt; State^ Elijah W. Smith. 

I Union. (New Londoiu) — Jonathan Starr, Robert Coit, John O- 
Miner, Groton, Felix Ansart. James Morgan, Bela Peck, Nor 
wicb. AMVed White, Groton. William Marvin, J. C. Sistare, 
Nathaniel Matson. Lyme, Richard McCurdy, Lyme, Leonard 
Coit, Russell Bailey, Groton. 

[Whaling. (N^w London.)— >P^er C. Turner, Jos. Lawrence, 
John Brandegee, W. A. Weaver, Abner Basset, Acors Barnes, 
F. W. Holt, Lyman Allen, C. J. McCurdy, Lyme, B. A. Copp, 
Groton, Gilbert Rogers, Waterford ; State, William W. Miner. 

[ Windham.— ^ohn Baldwin. John Webb, Levi Johnson, John A* 
Perkins, John Tracy, Joel W. White, Norwich, H. S. Walcotti 
Philip Pearl, Hampton, Harvey Winchester, Jepthah Geer, John 
8. Peters, Hebron ; State, Walter GoodeU. 

[Windham County. (Brooklyn.) — Joseph Eaton, Plainfield, John 
McCIellan, Woodstock. E. C. Eaton. Plainfield. B. P. Spalding, 
Edw. Fogg, John Gallup, 3d, H. G. Taintor, Hampton, 8. Bar- 
stow, Woodstock, W*m James. Killingly, D. O. Robinson, D. P. \ 
Tyler, A. Hammond, Armin BoUes. 



0amng0 Banks and Qotxttka. 

The annual meetings of aU the Savings Institutions In Connec- 
ticut are held at any time in the month of June. 





\ 


Incor. 


Presidents. 


Treasurers. 




i 

, Bridgeport, 


1842 


Smith Tweedy, 


George Sterling, 




? Derby, 


1846 








(Hartford, 


1819 


Ward Woodbridge, 


Reuben LangdoB,a 




(Middletown, 


1835 


Joseph Taylor, 


Henry Carrington,( 




i New Haven, 


1820 


Henry White, 


WiUiam 6. Hooker, 




( New London, 


1827 


Ebenezer Learned, 


Joseph 0. Sistare, 




(Norwich, 


1824 




F. A. Perlcins, 




) Tolland, 


1841 




Jona. R. Flynt, 




) Willimantic, 


1841 




John Tracy, 




) « Olcott Allen, Assistant. & E. a Hubbard, Assistant 


S Depos- 




Year ending April 1, 1847. 






) iters 


Deposites. 


Deposited. | Withdrawn. 


Dividendfl. 


) 1,875 


$200,190 


$83,211 


$47,087 


5 




\ *^ 


4,130 






5, January, July. 




S 8,114 


1,110.805 


199,461 


167,807 


5^*, June, Dec 




( 4,377 


661,837 


134,934 


119,877 


5i, May, Nov. 




< 3,494 


508,799 


164,955 


108,835 


5t January, July. 




< 1,374 


305.000 


58,503 


30,170 


5, 




S 3,000 


488,000 


96,890 


39,597 


5' % 


«» 


) fiSd 


66,557 






5, ^ 




) 325 


33,096 


14,400 


3,877 


April, Oct 




^ * Extra of H declared December, 1847. 



During the year ending April 31, 1847, there were 1571 depo»- 
ites made in tiie Hartfoid Savings Bank, viz : 

Orphans 14. Children under 12, 289. Apprentices 9. Boys 
in foctory 3^ Other minors 155. Guardians Jtc. 11. Laborers 
190. Domestics 102. Journeyman mechanics 166. In facto- 
ries 57. ' Mechanics 31. Bar tenders 2. Seamen 2. Pedlars 
10. Farmers 2. Clergymen 21. Author and editor 3. Stu- 
dents 4. Teachers 34. Surveyor 1. Physicians 3. Clerks 35. 
Persons out of health 10. Deaf and Dumb 10. Insane 3. 
Widows 89. Married women 134. Single women 111. Mil- 
liners, Taitoreases, A«. 51. Colored Persons 18. Charitable So- 
cieties 2. Unknown 17. 



RAIL ROADS. 



Hati Koal»0. 



I FAunsLD ConmrT, inc. 1835. GommissionerB, Harvey Smith, 
RidgefleM ; S. P. RandaU, Wilton ; Asa HiU, Norwalk. 

HousATONxc, inc. 1836. Ooounisaionera, Leman Chorch, Henxy 
DuttoQ. 

President, W*m P. BurralL Treasurer, Horace Nichols. 

Secretary, Ira Sherman. Superintendent, C. A. Kirtland. 

Directors, William P. BurraU, Stephen Tomlinson, Esra Gregory, 
Alfred Bishop, Bridgeport ; Robert Schuyler, New York ; John 
Bryant, Jr., Boston; Daniel Marsh, New Milford; Lee Can- 
field, fViUs Village ; Luther Monson, Canaan. 

Nadoatuck, inc. 1845. Com'rs, Holbrook Curtis, Pbflo Prstt, 
David W. Plumb. 

Nbw Havbm, Hartfor]) Ain> SpRiHannn. Com'rs, Reuben Booth, 

Danbury; John B. Robertson, New Haven; William Field, 

Stafford. 
President, Charles F. Pond, Hartford. 
Secretaiy, Horatio Fitch, Hartford. 
Treasurer, James H. Wells, Hartford. 
Directors, C. F. Pond, David Watkinson, Hartford ; Elisha Peck, 

C Vanderbilt, New York; E. C. Read, New Haven; F. R. 

Griffin, GuUford : J. S. Brooks, Meriden ; C. W. Chapin, W'm 

Dwight, Springfield. 
Superintendent, Edward H. Brodhead. 

New Hawn amd Northampton, incor. 1846. Comers, Henry D. 

Smith, Middletown; Henry Peck, New Haven; Ira Hadsell,! 

Farraington. 
President, Joseph E. Sheffield, New Haven. 
Directors, Henry Famum, H. S. Hoadley, Henry Whitney, New 

Haven ; Henry Kneeland, New York. 
Engineer and superintendent, Henry Famum. 
Secretary and collector, Justin Redfield. 

New London, Willimantic and SpRiNoncLD, inc. 1847. Comers, 
Thomas Backus, Killingly J Mason Cleveland, Hampton; Ja'ai 
Brewster, New Haven. 

New York and Boston, incor. 1846. Gom*rs, T. W. Williams, \ 
New London ; Samuel Ingham, Saybrook ; H. M. Welch, Far- 
mington. 

New York and Hartford, incor. 1815. Directors, Amos M. C%>1- 
lins, Wm. H. Imlay, E. G. Howe, D. F. Robinson, Calvin Day, 
James Goodwbi, C. H. Northam, Egbert Cowles, Seth J. North. 




Nbvt Yokk and Nkw Havkn, incor. Ifi44. Coin*r8, Marcus Mcr- 
riman, Jr. New Haven ; Jeeup Alvord, John Stewart, Cbattaam. i 
President, Robert Schuyler. 
Chief Engineer, R. B. Mason. 

Norwich amd Worcbstbr, incor. 1833. Capita! t3,4O0,OOO. 
C«*m*rs. AppletOD Meech, Erastus Knight, Solomon Payne. 
President, John C. Holland. 

, Clerk, P. 8. Andrews. Treasurer, Geo. L. Perkins. 
Superintendent and Engineer, WiUiam L. Dearborn. 
, Master of Transportation, Ebenezer F. Parker. 

SroNiKOToir, incor. 1832. Com'xs, Russel Wheeler, John Ri 
Trumbull, Jesse D. Noyea. 



Farkxnotoic Cahal, hicor. 1832. Com*r«, Wyllfs Hemingway, 
Thomas G. Holcomb, Granby ; Francis Woodford, Avon. 

Vnton CoMPANT, incor. 1802, to clear channel of Connecticut 

river below Hartford. 
Comers, Jeremiah Brown, Henry Barnard, Jesse Goodrich. 
President, Thomas K. Brace. 
Treasurer and Secretary, Solomon Porter. 
Directors. T. K. Brace, David Watkinson, Sok>mon Porter. 
Agent, P. B. GoodseB. 

CoKNKCTicuT RivxK CoiirAXT, incor. 1824, for improving the boat 
navigation of Connecticut river. They are proprietors of the 
canal at Windsor Locks. 

President, Phillip Ripley, Hartford. 

Secretary, Edwin Spencer, Hartford. 

Thames Rivbr anu Bank. The Norwich Channel con^iany, in- 
corporated in 1805, was traosferred to the Thames Bank, in- 
corporated in 1825. 

Com'rs, Charles Bliss, Jed. Leavins, J> M. Huntiagtcm. 



\ 



Ci3mmi0siott£r0, 

ON TURNPIKE ROADS. 



1 



BostoUf 1797, from Hartford to Thompson; Amon 
J Knowlton, R. B. Chamberlain. 
Brcmchf 1831, from Newtown to Norwalk ; Isaac Ben- 
nett, Henry Lewis. 
Bridgeport (wd Newtown, 1801; Charles Johnson, 
Jotham Sherman. 



TURNPIKE B0AD5. 



169 



Canaan aTid Ldtchjield, 1799; Charles Hunt, Mineas.j 

Ivesz 
Centre, tS26, from Tolland to Dudley ; Edmund Snell, 

Luther Childs. 
CIutthamandMarlboroughf 1809; Abner 6. Beyins, 

Selden Cook. 
Cheshire, ISOO ; from Farming ton to New Haven ; 

Avery C. Babcock, George Cook. 
Chester and North Killingworth, 1816; Horace 

Redfieid, Stephen L'Hummedieu. 
Colchester and Chatham^ 1808 ;,Joseph C. Hammond, 

Asher N. Rowley. 
Colchester and Norwich, 1805 ; John Isham, Oliver 

Woodworlh. 
Cclv/mMaj 1808, from Hebron to Windham ; George 

Little, Stephen B. Fuller. 
Ckmnecticutf 1806, from Fairfield to Greenwich; 

Joshua B. Ferris, Jessup Alvord. 
Connecticut and jRhode Mand, 1806 ; Joseph Scar- 
borough, Norris G. Lippitt. 
Danbury and Ridgefieldt 1801 ; Isaac H. Seeley, 

George W. Ives. 
East Haadam and Colchester^ 1809 ; Ely Warner, 

Samuel 8. Warner. 
East Middle, [See Middle Road,] from Woodbury to 

Farmington; Tertius D. Potter, Williams Darrow. 
Essex, 1822, from Petti paug to Lyme ; Jared C. Red- 
field, Marsh E. Anderson. 
Fairfield County, 1834, from Brookfield to Weston ; 

Lewis C. Soger, William D. Meeker. 
Pair Haven, 1824, to Killingworth ; Nehemiah Smith, 

David Everts. 
Farmington River, 1800, from New Hartford to 

Massachusetts line ; Asa White, S. W. Pine. 
Goshen and Sharon, 1803 ; Mineas Ives, William L. 

Clark. 
Greenvx>ods, 1798, from New Hartford to Sheffield; 

George Hawes, Hosea Hinsdale. 
Groton and Stonington, 1S18 ; Amos Clift, Benjamin 

F. Palmer. 
Guilfbrd and Durham, 1824 ; Nathan S. Camp, 

George Hart. 



COMXISSIONESS. 



)MartfDrd and New Haven, 1798 ; Elcaser Warner 
» Horatio Gridley. * 

I Hartford and New London, 1800 ; Henry Williama 
fciolomon Cole. ^^' 

Hartford, Ihlland, Windham^ and New Landrnt 

CoMW/y,1795; Leonal-d Hendee, Samuel West 
Hartfordand Ihlland, 1801; John Chapman, Jr. 

H^mm and Middle Haddam, 1802; Humohrev T 
Fuller, Alfred Williams. ^ ^^ ^ ' 

Bop River, 1835, from Willimantic to Bolton • Benia 
min Sprague, Chester Clarke. ' * 

HumphreyBvtUe and Salem Bridge, 1825 : Merritt 
W. Wheeler, David B. Clark. ' ^^erritt 

Huntington, 1828, to Bridgeport; Elias A. Hall, Noah 
Plumb. 

KUlingworih and Haddam, 1813; Josiah C. Chit- 
tenden, Charles Stevens. 

IMd^fiM and Cornwall, iSl4; Obadiah Bierr<> 
John C. Berry. -^'erce, 

Litchfield and Harwinion, 1798; Jonathan Rossitc^r 
Charles S. Buell. ' 

Litchfield and NewMUford, 1797 ; Daniel C Whit- 
tlesey, George Noble. 

LitchfiM andPlynunahf 1836; Henry L Bissell 
I Chauncey L, Dayton. ' » 

, Middle Road, 1803, from Farmington to Danburv 
[See East and West Middle.] ^• 

Middlesex, 1802, from Hartford to Saybrook ; Francis 
^ Parsons, Joseph Ellsworth. 

, Middletovm and Berlin, 1808 ; Norman Porter, Elliott ' 
Bradley. 

Middletovm and Durham, 1813; George Rose 
Miles Merwin, Jr. * 

\MiddUtown and Meriden, 1509; Enps H.' Curtis 
Brainard Montague. ' 

Mohegan, 1792, through Mohegan lands, and to Nor- 
wich ; John P. Huntington. Robert Comstock 

Monroe and Newtown, 1833; Hanson S. EdWards 
Joseph Tomlinson. » 

Monn>e ar^ Zoar Bridge, 1826; Gould Curtis 



TVUfPIKS SOADS. 



New Haven amd Derby i 1798; Beojamin Beecher,( 

Jameti Fitta. 
New Hiwen and MUford, 1802 ; David H. Carr, ]>a-< 

vid Miles. 
New London and Lyme, 1807 ; Oliver I. Lay, Charles | 

Treadway. 
New London and Windham County, 1795, fromi 

Norwich to Sterling and R. f.; Jedediab Spalding, | 

Amos J. Gallup. 
New MUford and JRoxbury, 1827 ; Amasa Lathrop, i 

Matthew Logan. 
New Preston, 1802, through NewMilford; Ralph' 

Pratt, Jabesh Morehouse. ' 

North KUlingworth and North Madison, 1835, | 

Friend Phelps, Reuben K. Hinckley. 
NorwaJk and Danbury, 1795 ; Timothy B. Hickock,' 

. William H. Taylor. 
Norwalkand Newtown^ 1829; William Beard, Curtis | 

Fanton. 
Norwich and Salem, 1827 ; Levi H. Goddard, Nathan 

Minard. 
Oxford, 1795, Southbury to Derby; Joshua Kendall, | 

Erastus Osborn. 
Promdenceyl^"^^, Killingly; Samuel Reynolds, James 

Brown. 

JRimmon Falls, 1802, from New Haven ; David Can- 
dee, Samuel A. Hine. 
Salem and Hamburgh, 1824, Lyme ; Samuel C. Ely,i 

David P Otis. 
Sandy Brook, 1825, from Colebrook to Barkhamsted ; 

Calvin Sage, Richard A. Doolittle. 
Sharon and Cornwall, 1809 ; Enoch P. Peck, Heze- 

kiah C. Gregory. 
Sherman aTid Hedding, ^834 : Frederick Edwards, 

Philo S. Wooden. 
Shetucket, 1829, Preston and Voluntown ; Robert A. | 

Williams, Hezekiah L. Morgan. 
Simpaug, 1832, from Ridgefield to Danbury ; Richard 

Osborn, Nathaniel Sellick. 
Southin^ton and Waterhury, 1812, to Meriden; 

Levi Barnes, Joel Johnson. 
Still River, 1815, from Colebrook to Wolcottville ; 

Reuben Cook, Philo L. Bidwell. 



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172 



COHMISSIOHEHS. 



Straits, 1797, from New Haven to Litchfield ; Bevil 
P. Smith, Samuel H, Nettle ton. 

Sugar HoUoWf 1829 ; from Wilton to Ridgefiel4 ; 
Orrin Knapp, Sherman Cole. 

Talcott Mountain, 1798, from Hartford to New Hart- 
ford ; Ezekiel Woodford, George Dudley. 

Thwnpson, 1803 ; Caleb Crosby, Joseph Geen. 

Tolland and ManJfleld, 1828; William Edgerton, 
Brewster P. Swift, 

7bmngton,180\, from Canton to Litchfield; Isaac 
Barnes, Uri Taylor. 

Wdrrent 1806 ; Ira Frink, Frederick Coleman, 

Waterbury River f 1801, from Woodbridge to Massa- 
chusetts ; Albert H. Martin, Jonathan Rossiter. 

Wells'^ HolUyWy 1830, to Bridgeport; Sidney A. 
Downs, Daniel Bennett. 

Weston, 1828, to Fairfield ; Mallet Seeley, Samuel 0. 
Seeley. 

Windham and Brooklyn, 1826 ; Nathan Allen, Levi 
Ross. 

Windham and Coventry, 1829; Henry R. Waters, 
James Burrett. 

WinMam and Mansfield, 1800 ; John Tracy, John 
J. Moulton. 

WolcottviUe, 1826, to Winsted ; James C. Cleveland, 
H. B. Richards. 



BRIDGES. 

Bennetfs, 1843, Newtown and Southbury; David 

Bradley, Thomas Blackman. 
Boardman's, 1816, Kent ; Henry Merwin, 2d, Darius 

Williams. 
Bridgeport, iSlO ; Ira B. Wheeler, Sherwood Ster- 
ling, Joseph Cook. 
BvlPs Falls, 1807, Kent; George B. Hull, Lewis B. 

Sherwood. 
Derby, 1790, to Huntington ; David W. Plumb, Eben- 

ezer Wakeley. 
EaM Bridgeport, 1836 ; Thomas C. Warden, Charles 

Foot. 
Enfield, 1798, to Suffield; Joseph P. Converse, Albert 

Clark. 



FuOei^s, 1816, Kent; George B. HaU, Lewis B. Sher- 

GceyUyrdfs^ 1832, New Milford ; Herman Merwin, 

Theodore Buck. „ , ^ „ iriu 

Hartford, 1808, to East Hartford ; Henry Kilbourn, 

Miles A. Tuttle, Jesse Judson. . 

Hawley'8, 1803, New Milford ; Philo S. Beers, Lewis 

Minor. _ 

Mystic, 1819 ; Amos Clift, Isaac Denison. 
NewMUfard, 1835; Nathan C.Clark, Carr Hine. 
Niantic,n^5; Daniel Beckwich, GurdonC. Hayes 
Narmch and Preston, 1816 ; Erastus P. Miner, Ansel 

Brown, Tracy Bates. , ,. . « 

Tomlinson'8, 1796, New Haven and East Haven; 

James Knevals, James Thompson, Jr. 
Washington, 1802, Milford and Stratford; Charles H. 

Pond, Edvuards Johnson. 
Zoar, 1807, Newtown ; Gould Curtis, Samuel Meigs. 



FERRIES. 

Cruijyman's, Timothy F. Green, William Tyler. 
EastBaddam, 1811, to Haddam, W'm J. Morgan, 

David RusHsll. 
East Windsor, Lemuel Stoughton, Samuel A. Welch. 
Enfield, Erastus Olmsted, David Bement. 
Essex, Marsh E. Anderson, Selden M. Pratt. 
Gales', 1822, Ledyard to Montville ; Ralph Hurlbut, 

2d, Robert Comstock. 
Haddam, Wm. B. Dickinson, Diodate Brainard. 
Higganum^ Chauncey Childs, John Brainard. 
Keeney's, John G. Mix, Ellery Hills. , 

Mid€Ue Haddam, 1806, to Middletown ; Huntington 

Selden, Roswell Reed. 
New London, John Hudson, John Dennis. 
Pratts, 1792, Glastenbury to Wethersfield; John G. 

Mix, Ellery Hills. 
Bocky Hill Theodore B. Rogers, James Killam. 
Saubrook, 1812, to Lyme ; Lorenzo Redfield, Enoch 

Noyes. ^^ _ 

WareJumse Point, Wm. Barnes, Freeman M. Brown, 
Wamer% William Spencer, William Miller. 



174 



POST MA8TEK8. 



^ |)o0t (S>SxttB anb )pO0t MastttB tn 
\ Contuctlmt 

LrrrkRt, not exceeding half an ounce, and not addressed to 
difTerent persons under the same envelope unless directed to a for- 
( eign country, under 300 miles, 5 cents ; over 300 miles, 10 cents ; 
) and tJie same added for each additional half ounce, or any part 
) thereof. Drop-letters, for deliveiy at the same office, 3 cents. 
I Letters advertised, 2 cents extra, or 4 if advertising costs so much. 
I £taip-LBTTSRs, delivered where received, 6 cents. Conveyed 
) by mail*, 2 cents added to usual postage. 

> Circulars and Hahdbills, printed or lithographed on letter or 
^ foolscap, unseated, any distance, 3 cents, yrqwd. Circulars 
I larger than single cap, same as pamphlets. 

Tramsibiit Nkwspaprrs, or those not sent from the office of | 
publication to subscribers, 3 cents prqttM. 
I NswsPAPKRS, published monthly or oftener, containing intefli- 
) gence of passing events, and not exceeding 1,900 square inches, 
) whether in one or two pieces of paper, if sent from the office of < 
) publication to subscribers, under 100 miles, or within the State, 
) 1 cent ; over 100, and out of the State, one and a bftlf cents. If i 
) over 1,900 square inches, same as pamphlets. 
) Pamphlbts, whether periodical or not, any distance, one ounce 
^ or less, each copy two and a half cents ; each additional ounce, 

> one cent. Fractional excess less than half an ounce not counted. 

* Newspapers and pamphlets must be folded with the end open. 
Letters, Papers, and Packages, not exceeding one ounce, to any 

officer or soldier in Mexico, Jree, if endorsed ^Belonging to the 
; Army." 

I Abington, (Pomfret,) Bozrab, Stephen Pitch. 

I S. W. Gilbert BozrahviOe, S. K. Andrews. 

» Andover, (Coventry,) Branford, Lyman L. Squire. 

* Alfred H. Fitch. Bridgeport, P. F. Bamum. 
' Ashford, Dyer H. Clark. Bridgewater, (New Milford«) 

* Avon, Frederick Ripley. Glover Sanford. 
I Bantam Falls, (Litchfield,) Bristol, George H. MitchelL 

M. Kenney. Broad Brook, (East Windsor,) 

I Barkbamsted, E. N. Ransom. Bethuel Phetps.- 

I Berlin, H. N. Galpin. Brookfield, Daniel Burr. 

I Bethany, W. F. Perkins. Brooi^lyn, Byron Wheaton. 

I Bethel, (Danbury,) H. Weed. Buckland's Comer, (Mancbes- 

Bethlem, H. W. Peck, ter,) William Jonea. 

Bloomfiekl, Watson Hubbard. Burlington^ Jerry BurwelL 

Bolton, £. K. William^ Canaan, William Watson. 



TOST MASTERS. 



175 



' Canaan Falto, S. C. Hoefoid. Fftir Haven, (E. Haven,) 

* Canterbury, S. Burlingame. H. L. Scranton. 

lOintOD, P. Higley. FaOa Village, (Salisbury,) 

Centre, J. B. Hallock S. C. Hoaford. 

\ Central Vilage, (Plainfield), Fannington, George D. Cowles. 

6. W. Moredock. Fisberville, (Tbompson,) 
I Cbaptin, Walter GoodeO. J. £. Fisher. 

Cheshire, Elibu Yale. Franklin, James H. Hyde. 

Chester, Gideon Parker, 2d. Gales Ferry, (Ledyard,) 
Chesterfield, (Montville,) N. B. Brown. 

Ja*s Turner. Gardner^s Lake, (Salem,) 

Clinton, A. H. Elliott. D. G. Gates. 

\ Colchester, Daniel Bulkeley. Gaylord's Bridge, (New Mil- 

Colebrook, Beuben Rockwell. ford,) Sylvanus Merwin. 

River, Dan'I DeWoIf. Gilead, (Hebron,) Hy. Huggins. 

, CoDinsville, (Canton,) Glastenbury, Benj. Taylor. 

N. L. Polk. Goshen, Myron Norton. 

Columbia, BenJ. Hartshorn. Granby, A. B. Holcomb. 

Cornwall, John R. Harrison. Greenfield, (Fairfield,) 

Bridge. Pettfr Bierce. WiUlam Bradley, Jr. 

' Coventry, J. C. Porter. Greenfieki Hill, Ira Benedict. 

Danbury, Ira R. Wildman. Greenwich, Samuel Close. 

Darien, James H. Gorbam. Griswold, Alex. Stewart, Jr. 
Deep River, (Saybrook,) Groton, Elijah Bailey. 

Obadiah Spencer. ** Centre, Geo. A. Perkins. 
Derby, Robert Gates. GuDford, Elisha Hutchinson. 

Durham, R. H. Shelly. Haddzun, Jonathan Arnold. 

Kastford, Joseph Dorset, Jr. Hadlyme, (Lyme,) Ely P. Wells. 
East Granby, Elmore Clark. Hamburgh, (Lyme,) 
East Haddam, D. B. Warner. S. M. Brockway. 

East Hampton, (Chatham,) Hamden, Leverett Hitchcock. 

William G. Buell. Hampton, 
East Hartford, Edw. Phelps. Hariford, 
East Haven, Reuel Andrews. Hartland, 
William Stone. Harwinton, 
Jirah Kellogg. Hebron, 



East Killingly, 
East Lyme, 
Easton, 
East Windsor, 
East Windsor 

Windsor,) 
Ellington, 



William Brown. 

Normand Lyman. 

Benjamin Giddings. 

Truman Kellogg. 

Charles Post. 



Edward Hill. Higganum, (Haddam,) 
Hiram Watson, Harvey Child. 

Hill, (South Hitchcockville, (Barkbamsted,) 
J. H. Charlton. J. H. Sage. 

Joel W. Smith. Howard's Valley, (Hampton,) 
EDsworth, (Sharon,) Edward S. Moseley. 

1. S. Everett. Humphreysville, (Derby,) 
Enfield, Geer Teny. John D. Smith. 

Essex, (Saybrook,) Huntington, C N. Shelden. 

A. P. Whittemore. Jewett City, (GriswoW,) 
Fairfield, Edmund Hobart, Samuel Button. 



176 



rOST MASTSKS. 



Kensington, (Berlin,) 

John Upson. 

Kent, Henry L FoUer. 

Ketch Hins, (East Windsor,} 

Sumner Sliepard. 

[ KOIingly, Leavens Jencks. 

, KiDingworth, Horace Redfield. 

; Lakeville, (Salisbury,) 

John G. Mitchell. 
Lebanon, Simeon Peckham. 
Ledyard, Christopher Newton. 
I Leesville, (East Baddam,) 

Bttel Evens. 
Liberty Bin, (Lebanon,) 

Geo. T. Gay. 
Lime Bock^ (Salisbury,) 

Mik) Bamum. 

Lisbon, Jos. B. Prentice. 

, LitchfiekT, R. M. Woodruff. 

I Lyme, J. S. Brockway. 

Madison, Jona. 8. Wilcox. 

Manchester, H.C. Woodbridge. 

Manvfiek), Joseph Woodward. 

" Centre, Zabnon Storrs. 

' Marlborough, Asa Day. 

Meriden, Ira N. Yale. 

Middiebury, Jay Peck. 

Middle Haddam, (Chatham) 

Huntington Seklen. 
Mlddletown, Allen May. 

Milford, De L. Hubbell. 

Mill Brook, (Colebrook,) 

H. W. Pinney. 
Millington, (East Haddam,) 

J. P. Arnold. 
Mill Plain, (Danbury,) 

Barney Allen. 
Milton, (Litchfield.) Alv. Guiki, 
Monroe, Cyrus H. Beardslee. 
Moodus, (East Haddam,) 

Ezra T. Jones. 
Moose Meadow, (Willington.) 
Horace Bidwell. 
Moosup, (Plainfiekl.) 

John Dunlap. 
Mount Hope, (Mansfield,) 

Wm. A. Fisk. 



Mystic, (Sionington.) 

Henry Harding. 
Mystic Bridge, David MaUoiy. 
Naugatuck, John A. Peck. 

New BoettMi, (Thompson,) 

C. C. Wood. 
New Britain, (Berlin,) 

MarceUus Clark. 

New Canaan, Chas. Raymond. 

New Fairfieki, Seelye Bami^. 

New HartfoKd, Daniel S. Bird. 

" Centre, 

James F. Henderson. 
New Haven, Edw. A. Mitchell. 
Newington, (Wethersfiekl.) 

Erastus Kilboiuu. 
New London, S. G. Trott. 

New M[ilford, S. R Bostwick. 
New Preston, (Washington,) 

Alvin Brown. 
Newtown, C. B. Ciutiaf; 

Noank, (Groton,) 

George CbtpomL 
Norfolk, N. B. Stevens. 

N. Ashfoid, Z. N. Allen. 

North Branford, Russell Clark. 



O. C. Adams. 
James Marvin. 



N. Canton, 
N. Colebrook, 
Northfield, (Litchfield,) 

Samuel A. Merwin. 



Nortbford, 
N. Goshen, 
N. Granby, 
N. Guilford. 
North Haven, 
North Kent, 
N. Killingly, 



William Evarts. 
Albert Beach. 
Abner Case. 
Henry Fowler. 
William a HaU. 
Lemuel B. Bull. 
George Warr^i. 
N. Lyme, James J. Champlin. 
N. Madison, W. S. Blatchley. 
N. Somers, Amariah KiUie. 
N. Stamford, Abishai Weed. 
N. Stoqington, T. P. Wattlea. 
Northville, (New Milford,) 

T. Buckingham. 
N. Windham, Ralph Lincoln. 
N. Woodstock, A. Carpenter. 
Norwalk, James Stevens. 



FOSTXASTBRS. 



177 



Norwich, Wm. L'Hommedieo. 
•» Town, H. B. Tracy. 
OaUand, (Manchester,) 

Whiting Risley. 
Oxford, Ransom Hudson. 

Pendletoo Hill, (North Stoning* 
ton,) J^niiew Chapman. 
Plai&field, Henry Babin. 

Plainville, (Farmington^) 

Wm. Hitchcock. 

Fleaaant Valley, (Barkfaamated,) 

Cornwall Doolittle. 

FlymoQtli, Edwin Talmage. 

** HoUow, & Thomas, Jr. 

Porafret, Benjamin Child. 

** Landing, B. F. Durkee. 

Poquetanock, (Preston,) 

A. L. Latham. 
Foquonook, (Windsor,) 

Cicero Phelps. 
PeqB onoek Bridge, (Gioton,) 
Banford Mortoik 
PoftenanriOe, (Oroton,) 

Pel^ Dentaon. 
PMttend, Charles H. Sage. 

Preston, Heniy Brown. 

Prospect, ' Bamael C. Bronson. 
Reading, Jared Olmsted. 

*' Ridge, Floyd Tucker. 
Ridgebury, Thomas St. John. 
Ridgefield, Russell Jones. 

RocfcviOe, (Venion,) 

James Stewart 
.Rocky Hill, Henry Webb. 

Round Hill, (Greenwich,) 

O. C. Knapp. 
Rozbuiy, Myron Downs. 

Salem, Jos. HiHiard. 

Balisbiiry, Daniel S. Clapp. 
Sayhrook, H. S. Chapman, 

ficitico, (Enfield,) idbn King, 
deocland, (Windam,) 

DaridL. Fuller. 
Sharon, D. R. Gould. 

Sherman, ReTilto Fuller. 

Bimsbury, Jeffrey O. Phelps. 
Somers, Warren Klbbe. 



South Britahi, (Southbury.) 

Anson Bray. 
Southbory, Charles B. Hafl. 
S. Canaan, Wm. M Burrall. 
a. Coventry, Sok>mon BidweD. 
South Fanns, (Litchfieki,) 

W. L. Smedley. 
Southford, (Southbury,) 

Enos Foote. 
aciasteobiiry, Oliver Brainard. 
Southington, Amon Bradley, 
a. ^ent, Nelson Morehouse. 
8. KJUiogly, Cyrus Day. 

S. Lyme, Russell Chadwick. 
S. Norwalk, Horace Taykur. 
Southport, (Faiifield,) J. Pike. 
South Windsor, James Francis. 
Square Pond, (Ellington.) 

E^hraim Dimmick. 

Stafford, H. M. Bolton. 

** ^riogs, L. Parkess. 

Stamford, RoeweU Hoyt. 

Scmwlcjii, (Greenwich,) 

Famum Knowlton. 
Stepody, (Monroe,) 

Levi Edwards. 
Sterting, William Fenner. 

Stonington, B. F. States. 

Straitsville, (Woodbridge.) 

Orville CoUfns. 
Sl»atfbrd, David Brooks. 

Suflield, George A. Loomis. 
TariffviUe, (Bimsbury,) 

Henry A. Olcott. 
TerryviUe, (Plymouth,) 

Hiram, WdKon. 
Thoanpson, Jeremiah Olney. 
Thompsonville, (Enfield,) 

Gea C. Owen. 

Tolland, Joseph Bishop. 

Torrin^rd, Nathaniel Smith. 

Trumbull, BU Beach. 

** Long Hill, 

Miles Beardsley. 
Uncasville, (Montviile,) 

Wm. G. Johnson. 
Union, D. L. NewelL 



178 



QOVEXNHEirr OF THE TJITITED STATES. 



t UnionviDe, (FaiBungton,) 

Geo. Ricbaids. 
Upper MidcDetown, R. BubiNirl 
Vernoii, £. 6. Brigbam. 

Volantown, Kinney GsHdp. 
Wallingfoid, Lorenzo Lewi*. 
WarehouM Point, (EaM Wind- 
sor,) Henry Peaae, Jr. 
Warren, Burton Gilbert 
Washington, Wiflian Moody. 
Waterbory, 

EUsba Leavenworth. 
Waterford, Henry Gardner, 2d. 
Watertown, Merritt Heminway. 
Westbrook, Jamee A. Pratt. 
Westchester, (Colchester,) 

Giles Bbattuck. 
W. Cornwall, James E. Kellogg. 
Westford, (Ashlbnl ) 

Michael Richmond. 
W. Granby, Byron Goddftrd. 
W. Hartford, Nathan Burr. 
W. Hartland, Davis Bosworth. 
3. P. Chamberlin. 
Joel H. Gay. 
Weftminster, (Canterbury,) 

Peter ^ieer. 
Weston, 8. S. Rowland. 

Westport, 6. L. Cable. 



W. Killingly, 
W. Meriden, 



W. Stafford, £. F. Whiton. 
W. Buffield, Wm. H. Lyman. 
Westville, (New Haven,) 

J. G. Hotchkias. 
W. Woodstock, J. F. Williams. 
Wethersfield, Jesse Goodrich. 
Wilkinson, (Thompson,) 

J. O. Fox. 
WiUimantic, (Windham.) 

Josh. B. Lord. 
Wiltington, Jonathan Weston. 
Wilton, Joseph P. Fitch. 

Winchester, Wm. S. fioUabird. 
** Centre, S. Horibnt. 
Winffiuun, John A. PerkinB. 
W^indsor, fiamuel O. Ixxnaia 
*" Locks, 

Lucius B. Chapman. 
WiQjtfarop, (Saybreok,) 

John Denison. 
Wolcott, Waiiam Welton. 

WtilcottvHle, (l\>nington,> 

S. C. C. Afaeinetbsr. 
Woodbury, Charles H, Webb. 
Woodstock, Edward £.Boweti. 
Woodville, (Washington,) 

Frederick Chtttenden. 
Zoar Bri^, (Oxford,) 

Esekiel Curtias. 



(Sommmmt oi t\)t Sniteb QtattB. 

JAMES K. POLK, Tennessee, President, 
GEORGE M. DALLAS, Penn., Vice President, 
JAMES BUCHANAN, Penn., Secretary of State, 
ROBERT J. WALKER, Miss , Sec. of the Treasury " 
WILLIAM L. MARCY, N. York, Sec. of War, 
JOHN Y. MASON, Virginia, Sec. of the Navy, 
CAVE JOHNSON, Tenn., Postmaster General, 
NATHAN CLIFFORD, Maine, Attorney General, 



Salary $35,000 


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5,000 


t» 


6,000 


ry" 


6,000 


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MEMBSHS OF COHeilESS. 



179 



SUPREME CX>URT. 

Chief Jujitice Roqkr B. Tanby, Bfeiyland, Salary $5000 
Associate Justices, John McTjean, Ohio ; James M. Wayne, 

Georgia ; John. McKinley, Alabama ; JotaB Catron, Tennessee ; 

Peter V. Daniel, Virginia; Samuel Nelscn, New York; Levi 

Woodbury, New Bampebiie ; Robert C. Grier, Pennsylvania. 

Salaiy $4,500. 



MINISTERS PLENIPOTENTIARY. 

These receive $9,000 per annum as salary, besides $9,000 for 
outfit. The present Ministers are : George Bancroft, Mass. Great 
Britain ; Richard Rusb, Penn. France ; David Todd, Ohio, Brazil ; 
Andrew J. Donelson, Tenn., Prussia; Romulus M. Saunders, N. 
C, Spain ; Ralph I. IngersoU, Conn., Russia. 



i 



XXXth CONGRESS. 

The Senate is composed of two members from every State. 
Of course tlie number is now 58. The Vice President of the 
United States is Speaker of the Senate. 

The House of Representatives is formed by the election of one 
Representative for every 70,680 persons in each State. The 
prueent number is 3S8 Representatives and 1 Delegate. The 
comt^ensation of the members is $8 per day during the session* 
and $8 for every twenty miles travd in going and returning. The 
e<wipensation of the Speaker of the House is $ J 6 per (|ay* 



SENATE. 
Gboe»s M. Dt^LAS, President. 



Arthur P. Bagby, D. 1849 

A Democrat, 1853 

ARKAJfSAS, 

Ambrose H. Sevier, D. 1849 

Ctieeter Ashley. D. 1853 

CONNBCTICCT. 

John M. Niles, D. 1849 

*tRoger S. Baldwin, W. 1851 

DBLAWARK. 

John M. Clayton, W. 1851 

*PresJey Spruance, W. 1853 



FLOSIDA. 

James D. Westcott, D. 1849 

David Yulee, D. 1851 

OKOROXA. 

Walter S. Colquitt, D. 1849 

John M. Berrien, W. 1853 

iLUIfOIS. 

Sidney Breese. D. 1849 

^Stephen A. Douglass, D. 1853 

INDIANA. 

Edw. A. Hannegan, D. 1849 

Jesse D. Bright, D. 1851 



180 



HEinxRs OP ooiroxsss. 



IOWA. HSW YORK. 

[Two to be choMn, probabljr John A. Diz, D. 
Democratai} Daniel 8. Dickinaon, D. 

XBMTQCKT. NORTH CAROLINA. 

Joiui J. CrttteBdm, W. 1849 George E. Badger, W. 
*Jot. B. Underwood, W. 1853 Wittie P. Mangum, W. 



LOUmXANA. 

Henry Jc^nson, W. 

'^Soloinon U. Downs, D. 

MAINS. 

I John Fairfield, D. 
*J. W. Bradbury, D. 

MARTLANB. 

James A. Pearce, W. 
Reverdy Johnson, W. 

MASSACHOBKTTB. 

'Daniel Webster, W. 
; Jolu Davis, W. 

HICBXaAK. 

, Lewis Cass, D. 
*Alpheu8 Felch, D. 

Missxssipn. 
*tJ^eraon Davis, D. 



*Henry Btoart Foote, D. 1833 [A Demottat} 



MISSOURI. 

David R. Atchison, D. 
' Thomas H. Benton, D. 

NBW HAMPSHIRC. 

Cha*B 6. Atherton, D. 
*John P. Hale, Abel. 

NBW JSRSBY. 

^Wimam L. Dayton, W. 
Jacob W. Miller, W. 

* New membena. 



1849 
1851 

1849 
1853 

1849 
1851 

1849 
1851 

1851 
1853 

1849 
1853 

1851 
1853 

1851 

1853 

vbrmont 

1849 William Upham, W.* 1849 

1851 Samuel S. Phelps, W. 1851 

VIRGINIA. 

1849 James M. Mason, D. 1851 

1853 *B,obert T. Hunter. D. 1853 

WISCONSIN. 

[Probably will send senators.] 



OHIO. 

1849 William Allen, D. 
1853 Thomas Corwin, W. 

PBNNSTLVANIA. 

1851 Simon Cameron, D. 
1853 Daniel Sturgeon, D. 

RHODE ISLAND. 

1849 Albert C. Greene, W. 
1851 Mohn H. Clarke, W. 

SOUTH CAROLINA. 

1851 A. P. Butler, D. 
1853 John C. Calhoun, D. 

TENNRSSKB. 

1851 Hopkins L Tumey, D. 
1853 *John Bell, W. 

TEXAS. 

1851 Thomas J. Rusk, D. 



1851 
1653 

t Appointed by the Governor. 

1847-8 

Whig 21 

Democratic, Including Iowa, - - 36 
Abolition ----- 1 



1845>7 \ / 
36 
30 



HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. 

With the time when each old member entered the 
The others are new members. 

Spbarbr, Robert C. Winthrop, Massachusetts. 

Clerk, Th. J. Campbell, Tennessee. 

Sergeant at Arms, Nathan Sergeant, Pennsylvania. 



House. 



KEVBBRS or CONOBSSS.- 



181 



Door Keeper, Robert £. Horner, New Jeraey. 

Post Master, J. W. Johnson. 

PriiUetBf Pftekard and Van BcJhtbuysen, Albany. 



ALABAMA,— 7. 

Bowdon, F. W. 
Cbbb, W. R. W. 
Gayie, John 
Harris, Sampson W. 
Hilliacd, Henry W. 
Houston, George B. 
Inge, William M. 

ARKAH8A8, 1. 

Johnson, Robert W. 

CONNBCnCDT. — 

Dizoo, James, 
Hubbard, Samuel D. 



Smith. Caleb B. 1843, W. 

D. Thompson, Richard W. W. 
D. Wick, William W. 1845, D. 
W. IOWA, — ^8. 

D. Leffler, Shepherd, 1846, D. 



1845, W. Thompson, William, 



1841, 



D. 
D. 



D. 



1835, 



KBItTUCKT, — 10. 

Adams, Green 
Boyd, Lynn 
Buckner, Aylett 
— 4. Clark, B. L. 

1845, W. Duncan, Gamett, 
1845, W. French, Richard, 



Rockwell, John A. 1845, W. Gaines, John P. 
amith, Truman, 1839, W. Morehead, Charles S. 

DBLAWARB. — 1. Pcytou, Samuel O. 

Houston, John W. 1845, W. Thompson, John B. 1841, 

rLOKIBA, — 1. LOUISIANA,— 4. 

Cabell, E. C. W. Harmanson, John M. 1845, 

oB0R0iA,'->8« La Sere, Emile 

Cobb, Howell 1843, D. Morse, Isaac E. 1845, 

Haralson, Hugh A. 1843, D. Thibodeaux, B. 6. 1845, 

D. MAINB, — 7, 

W. Belcher, Hiram 
1839. W. Clapp, Asa W. H. 
1843, D. Clark, Franklui 
1845, W. Hammons, David 
1845, W. Smart, E. K. 
7. Wiley, James S. 

Ficklin, Orlando B. 1843, D. wmiams, Hezekiah. 1845, 

Lincoln. Abraham W. xartland, — 6. 

MeClemand. Ja's A. 1843, D. Chapman, John G. 1845, 

Bichaidson, William A. D. Crisfleld, John W. 

Smith Robert, 1843, D. 

l*umer, Thomas T. D. 

Wentworth, John 1843, D. 

INOIAKA, 10. 

Cathcart, Cha's W. 1845, D. 



lyerson, Alfred 
Jones, John W. 
King, Thomas B. 
Lumpkin, John H. 
Stephens, Alex. H. 
) Toombs, Robert 

ILLIHOIS,- 



Evans, Alexander, 
Ligon, T. Watkina, 1845, 
McLane, Edward M. 
Roman, J. Dixon 

MASSACHUSETTS, — 10. 



Dunn. George C. 
Emhree, Elisha 
Henley, Thomas J. 
Pettit, John 
, Robinson, John L. 
, Rockhill, WiUiam 



W. Abbott, Amos, 1843, 

W. Adams, John CL 1831, 

1843, D. Ashmun, George 1845, 

1843, D. Grinnell, Joseph 1843, 

D. Hale, Artemas 

D. Hudson, Charles 1841, 



D. 

W. 

D. 

W. 

D. 

W. 

D. 

W. 

W. 

D. 

W. 

D. 
D. 
D. 
W. 

W. 

D. 

D. 

D. 

D. 

D. 

D. 

W. 

W. 

W. 

D. 

D. 

W. 

W, 
W. 
W. 
W. 
W. 
W. 



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MEMBERS OF CONGRESS. 



King, Daniel P. 1843, W. 

Palfrey, John G, W. 

, Rockwell, Julius 1843, W. 

Wlnthrop, Robert C. 1841, W. 

MICHIQAN, 3. 

Bingham, Kingsley S. D. 

McCleUand, Robert 1843, D. 
Stuart, Charles £. B. 

MtSSIBSlPPI. — 4. 

Brown, Albert G. D. 

Featherston, Winfield S. D. 
[ Thompson, Jacob, 1643, D. 
Tompkins, Patrick W. 

MISSOURI, — 5. 

Bowlin, James B. 1843, D. 

Green, James S. D. 

Han, Willard P. P. 

' Jamieson, John D. 

I Phelps, John S. 1845, D. 

NEW BAMPSHIRS. 

Johnson, James H. ^ 1845, D. 

Peaslee, Charles H. D. 

I Tuck, Amos Abol. 

Wilson, James P. W. 

NKW JERSKT, 5. 

Edsall, Joseph 1845, D. 

Gregory, Dudley S. W. 

Hampton, James G. 1845, W. 

Newell, WilUam A. W. 

Van Dyke, John W. 

MEW YORK, — 34. 

Birdsall, Ausbum D. 

Collins, William D. 

Conger, Harman S. W. 

Duer, Winiam W. 

Gott, Daniel W. 

HaU, Nathan K. W. 

HoUey, John M. W. 

Holmes, Elias B. 1845, W. 

Hunt, Washington 1843, W. 

Jackson, David S. D. 

Jenkins, Timothy 1845, D. 

Kellogg, Orlando W. 

Lawrence, Sidney D. 

Lawrence. W'm T. W. 

Lord, Frederick W. D. 

Maclay, Wm. B. 1843, D. 



Marvin, Dudley 
^lullen, Joseph 
Murphy, Henry C. 1843, 
Nelson, William 
NicoU, Henry 
Petrie, George 
Putnam, Harvey 
Reynolds, Gideon 
Rose, Robert L. 
Rumsay, David ' i 
Sberrili, Eliakim 
Singerland, John I. 
Starkweather, Geo. A. 
St John, Daniel B. 
Sylvester, Peter H. 
Tallmadge, Pred. A. 
Warren, Cornelius 
White, Hugh 1845, 

NORTH CAROLINA, 9. 

Barringer, D. M. 1843, 

Boyden, Nathaniel 
Clingman, Thomas L. 1843, 
Daniel, John R. J. 184 J, 
Donnell, Richard S. 
McKay, James J. 1831, 
Outlaw, David 
Shepperd, Aug. H. 1829, 
Venable, Abram W. 

OHIO, — ^21. 
Canby, Richard S. 
Crowell, John 
Cummins, John D. 1845, 
Dickinson, Rodolpbus 
Duncan, Daniel 
Edwards, Thomas O. 
Evans, Nathan 
Faran, James J. 1845, 

Fisher, David 

Fries, George 1845, 

Giddings, Josbna R. 1839, 
Kennon, W'm Jr. 
Lalme, Samuel Jr. 
Miller, John K. 
Morris, Jonathan D. 
Richey, Thomas 
Root, Joseph M. 1845, 

Sawyer, William 1845, 



W. 

W. 

D. 

W. 

D. 

D. 

W. 

W. 

W. 

W. 

W. 

W. 

W. 

W. 

W. 

W. 

W. 

W. 

W, 

w, 
w. 

D. 

W. 

D. 

W. 

W. 

D. 

W. 

W. 

D. 

D. 

W. 

W. 

W. 

D. 

W. 

D. 

W. 

D. 

D. 

D. 

D. 

D. 

W. 

D. 



MEMBERS OF COITORBSS. 



183 



J Schenck, Robert O. W. 

> Taylor, J. L. W. 

I Vinton, Samuel F. 1833, W. 
pcnnstlvanUm, — 24. 
1845, 



TBNNBBBBI, 11. 

Barrow, Washington 



1843, 



BTanchard, John 

Brady, Jasper £. 

Brodhead, Kichard 

Brown, Chariea 

Butler, Chester 
\ Di^ey, John 

Eckait, George N. 
, Farrelly, J. W. 

Freedly, John 

Hampton, Moses 

Hombeck, J. W. 
> ingersoH, Cha*s J. 
I Jngersoll, Jos. R. 

Irvine, Alexander 
\ Levin, Lewis C. 

Mann, Job 

Mcllvaine, A. JEL 
I Nes, Henry 

Pollock, James 

Stewart, Andrew 

Strohni, John 

Strong, William 

"niompson, James 1845, 

Witoot, David 1845, 

RHODB I8LA.;;D, — 2. 

Cranston, Robert B. 1837, W. 
Thurston, Benjamin B. D. 

SOUTH CAaOLIKA,^-7. 

Black, James A. 1843, D. 

Burt, Artemas, 1843, D. 

Hoknes, Isaac E. 1839, D. 

Rhett, R. Barnwell 1838, D. 

Simpson, Richard F. 1843, D. 

Sims, A. D. 1845, D. 

Woodward, Jos. A. 1843, D. 



W 

W. 
1843, D. 
1841, D. 

W. 

W. 

W. 

W. 

W. 

W. 

W. 
1841, IX 
1835, W. 

W. 
1845, NaL 
1835, D. 
1843, W. 
1843, W. 
1843, 
1821, 
1845, 



1845, 
1845, 
1845, 
1839, 



1843, 
1843, 



W. 
W. 
W. 
D. 
D. 
D. 



Chase, Lorenzo B. 
Cocke, W'm M. 
Crosier, John H. 
Gentry, Meredith T. 
€k)rdon, BoRing 
Haskell, Wm. T. 
Hfll, H. L. W. 
Johnson, Andrew 
Jones, George W. 
Stanton, Frederick PJ 

TEXAS, 2. 

Kaufman. David S. 1846, 
PiUsbury, I'lmothy 1846, 

VKRKONT, 4. 

Collamer, Jacob 1843, 

Henry, William 
Marsh, George P. 1843, 
Peck, Lucius B. 

VIROIHIA, — 15. 
Atkinson, Archibald 1843, 
Bayly, Thomas H. 
Beale, R. T. L. 
Bedinger, Henry 
Bocock, Thomas S. 
Botts, John M. 
Brown, William G. 
Floumey, Thomas SL 
Fulton, Andrew S. 
Goggin, William L. 1839, 
McDowell, James 1846, 
Meade, Richard K. 
Pendleton, John S, 1845, 
Preston, William B. ' 
Thompson, Robert A. 
wiscoNstir. 
Tweedy, John H. Delegate. 



W. 
D. 

W. 
W 

w. 

D. 

W. 

D. 

D. 

D. 

D. 



1845, 

1845, 

1839, 
1845, 



D. 

a 

w. 
w. 

w. 

D. 

D. 

D. 

D. 

D. 

D. 

W. 

D. 

W. 

W. 

W. 

D. 

D. 

W. 

W. 

D. 



RxCAriTlTLATIOir. 



Free States, Whig 79 
Slave States, " 36 



Dem. 56 
'* 55 



AboL and Nat 3s:137 

91 



Total 115 111 

1846-7 Whig 80 Dem. 142 Native 6 



9 228 
828 






184 



CONOSCSSKmAL YOTB, 1847. 





1846-7 1847-« 1846-7 


1847-8 ( 




W. 


D. W. 


D. W. D, 


W. 


D. ( 


Atabami, 


1 


6 2 


5 MissiaBippi, 4 


1 


3 { 


Arkansaa, 





1 6 


1 Missouri, 5 





5 ) 


CoDoecticat, 4 


4 


N. HampahiK, 3 


1 


1 ) 


.^elawan. 


1 


1 


New Jersey, 4 1 


4 


Florida, 


1 





1 New York, 9 21* 


23 


11 ) 


Geoigia, 


3 


5 4 


4 N Caroliiia, 3 6 


6 


3 ) 


lUinoJB, 


1 


6 1 


6 Ohio, 8 13 


11 


10 > 


Indiana, 


2 


8 4 


6 Pennsylvania, 10 12t 


16 


7 ( 


Iowa, 





2 


2 Bbode Island, 2 


1 


1 ? 


Kentucky, 


7 


3 6 


4 8. CaroUna, 7 





7 ( 


Louinana, 


1 


3 1 


3 Tennessee, 5 6 


5 


a ( 


MaJae, 


1 


6 1 


6 Texas, 2 





2 ( 


Maryiai^ 


S 


4 4 


2 Vennont, 3 1 


3 


1 ) 


MaseacbuBettB, 10 


10 


Virginia, 1 14 


6 


d S 


HieliigaBy 





3 


3 






i 


» 4 Native. tSd 

CoB^ressio&a] 


to. 1 1 do. ^1 Ab6L 




\ 




I Tote, April, 1847. 



First IHstriot. 
Hartford Ooun^, 
Tolland County, 

Total 



Dizofi. Hamersley. Burleigb. 
5.825 5,404 251 

1,851 1,753 113 



Total. 
11,487 
3,728 



7,676 



7,167 



364 



SeooBd District, Hubbard. 
New Haven County, 5,190 
Bfiddlesez County, 2,135 



Ingham. Wamo-. 
4.311 272 

2,361 133 



15,215 

TotaL 
9,779 
4.631 



Total, 



7,325 



6,672 



Third District RockweB. BiHing?. 
New London County 3.777 3,158 



fVindham County 

Total 

Fourth District. 
Pairfield County, 
Litchfield County, 

Total, 



2,335 

6,112 

Smith. 
4,770 
4.312 

9,082 



2,420 

5,578 

Taylor. 
4.114 
3,866 

7,980 



WilscMfc. 
272 
381 

653 



14,410 

TotaL 
7,208 
5,136 




405 



12,344 

TotaL 
8.977 ^ 

8.525 ( 

17»502( 



COLLEeES. 



185 



(iloUegta. 



44 Senior Class 


84 


4] Junior Class • 


- 103 


45 Sophomore Class 


92 


11 Freshman Class 


- §5=379 


2 Total - 


522 



YALE. Incorporated 1701. 

Theological Students 
Law Students 
Medical Students 
Students in the Arts 
Scholars of the House 

Graduates, 1847, A. B., 124 ; M. D., 31 ; LL. B. 14. 

Alumni Sociktt. 
President, Hon. Thomas Day, LL. D., Hartford. 
Secretaries, Rev. Edward Strong, New Haven ; Samuel H. Per- 
kins, Esq., Philadelphia. 

Orator, 1847, Rev. William Adams, D. D^ New York. 

TRINITY. Incorporated 1823. 

Gradoates, 1847, A. B., 17. 

Orator, 1847, Bev. J. M. Wainwright, D. D., New York. Poet, 
1847, Rt Rev. George Burgess, D. D. Bishop of Maine. 

Orator fbr 1848, Hon. D. D. Barnard, Albany : Substitute, Rt. 
Rev. Alozno Potter, Bishop of Penn. Poet, Rev. William Croswell, 
Boston : Substitute, R. H. Dana, Esq. 

WESLEY AN. Incorporated 1831. 

Students, Seniors 26 ; Juniors 36 ; Sophomores 39 ; Fresh- 
men 26. Total 118. 



PHI BETA KAPPA SOCIETY, of Connecticut. 

Alpha at Yale Collbob. 
President, Rev. Thomas Bobbins. D.D., Hartford. 
Vice President, Prof. Noah Porter. 
Corresponding Secretary, Tutor James Hadley. 
Orator, 1847, Pres. Simeon North, Hamilton College. 
Poet, Luzerne Ray, Hartford. 

Bbta at Wkslbtam Collbob. 

Gamka at Trinity Collbsb. 
President, Rev: Geoq^ Burgess. D. D., Bishop of Maine. 
Vice President, Prof. Dugald Stuart. 
Corresponding Secretary, Prof. John Brocklesby. 
Treasurer, Prof Abner Jackson. 
Orator fbr 1848, Hon. George P. Marsh. 



186 



SOCIETIES. 



CONN. TOTAL ABSTINENCE SOCIETY. 

President, A. F. WUUams, Farmington. Recording Secretary, 
William Storer, New Haven. Corresponding Sec., Wm. 6. Fair- 
child, New Haven. Treasurer. Soyal Flynt, Hartfoid. Central 
Committee A. F. Williams, Farmington ; B. W. Tompkins, Nor- 
wich ; A. Townsend, Jr^ New Haven ; 6. W. Piatt, Washington ; 
Timothy Williams, Hartford. 

SONS OF TEMPERANCE. 

6. W. Patriarch, A. L. Stone, Middletown. 6. W. Associate* 
A. L. Williams, Brookfield. C^nd Scribe, James H. Perry, South- 
port Grand Treasurer, H. N. Hawkins, Birmingham. Grand 
Chaplain, F. W. Smith, Birmingham. Grand Conductor, Jadson 
Curtis, Stepney. Grand Sentinel, W. W. Norton, Berlin. 
Annual Meetmg, last Wednesday of June. 



RECHABITES. 

D. P. C. R., Abel T. Sizer, New London. D. C. R, James B- 
Crosby, Hartford. D. D. R., C. E. Kirtland, Bridgeport. D. Sec., 
R. B. Perkins, Meriden. D. Treasurer, S. H. Dutton, WaUingford. 

MASONIC INSTITUTIONS. 

Annual Meeting, 2d Wednesday in May, at New Haven. 
Grand Lodok. 6. Sec, £. 6. Storer : G. C, T. P. Abell : 6. 
St., Benj. Beecher, Jr., R. Fitzgerald : G. Tyler, Isaac Tuttle. 
Other officers same as last year. 

RoTAL Arch Chaptsr. Officers same as last year. 

Encahpmknt Kniobts Templars. 6. M., £. G. Stone : D. 6. 
M.,Geo. Giddings: G. 6., Horace Goodwin, 2d, G.G., Geo. Shum- 
way : G. P., J. H. Asbmead G. S., A. T. Colt , G. J. W. F. Cros- 
well : G. R., Franfiois Turner : G. Treas., Barnes Ward : G. St 
B^ Wm. H. Copp : 6. Sw. B., James Stevens : G. W., Wm. Hyde : 
6. Sen., Isaac Tuttle. 



INDEPENDENT ORDER OF ODD FELLOWS. 

Annual Session, Sid Wed. July ; Semi-Annual, 3d Wed. Januarjr 
G. M., J. Greenwood, Jr. : D. G. M^ J. M. Wflley : G. W., A. S- 
Wightman : G. Sec, Lucius G. Peck : <v. T., Samuel Bishop : Ist 
G. R., Prelate Dimick : 2d 6. R., Ezra Clark, Jr. : 6. a, J. B. 
Flagg : G. W., E, F. Famam : 6. C, J. B. Eldredge : G. G^ J. H. 
Bolton. 



TOWNS. 



187 



0uppUment to (ETotDna. 

BRIDGEPORT. 

Toum Clerk and Treas., Isaac Sherman. 

S'^men, S B, Jones, J. B French, I. Nichols, J. Brooks. 

Grand Jurors, D. 0. Wheeler, S. B. Ferguson, Alden 

Burton, Henry Olmsted, J. H. Prindle, T. Hutchins. 
Constables, Stephen Hawley, CoLy I. H. Whiting, B. 

C. Deforest, James Fitch, John Stevenson, C. B. Mid- 

dlebrook, P. F. Barnum, Thomas Hutchins. 
Assessors, N. Northrop, J. H. Prindle, G. Sterling. 
B. Relief, N. S. Worden, S. B. Jones, S. Tweedy. 
School S, Clerk ajnd TYeas, A. B. Sherwood. 
School Visitors, Henry L. W. Burret, W'm Reed. 

African Clergy, Jo*8 Hicks, Ch. Burch. 

CiTT OF Bridgeport. Incor. 1836. 

Annual Meeting, 1st Monday in Oct. 

Mayor, Sherwood Sterling. 

Aldermen, Daniel Thatcher, Hanford Lyon, Russell 

Tomlinsoi, Alexander Hamilton. 
Cterk, Stephen Hawley. TVea^., Jos. Thompson. 
Sheriffs, J. H. Whiting, J. Stevenson. 
City Court held Ist Monday in each month. 

CAJVTON. 

T. Clerk, Samuel Poote. Treas., Uriah Hosford. 

S^men, Tmri L. Spencer, M. Barber, Elias Woodford. 

Grand Jvrors, Franklin R. Perry, Uriah Bailey, John 
Brown, Thomas Vining, Pliny Case. 

Constables, Joseph B. Dewey, Dryden Barbour, Nor- 
man Brocket, W'm E. Brown, Addison O. Mills. 

Assessors, Luther Higley, W. E. Brown, ^. L. Polk. 

B. of Relief, Lucien T. Pierson, Harvey Mills, An- 
son Case, Berea Case, Lester Mather. 

School S. Clerk and Treas., Ephraim Mills. 

School VtsitOTy Thomas H. Austin. 

FAIRFIELD. 
T. Clerk, S. A. Nichols. Treas., David Hill. 
S''7tien, David Sherwood, David Hill, Jesup Alvord. 
Grand Jurors, Robert Wilson, John Burr, Moses A. 
Sherwood, W*m B. Morehouse, Joseph Lockwood. 



Comtables, John Barstow, Alfred Wibon Henrv A 
Sturgen, W'm H. Bibbins, Nehemiah B. Alrord, Hor-* 
ace Banks, John Ogden. 
\^^9e^8j Jesup Banks, Jesup Alvord, Timothy Burr. 

' 'rT^^^f-f' P*^^** Sherwood, Samuel A. Nichols, A 
D. Baldwin. 

^Iwol S, CU. J. T Denison. Treas., S. A. Nichols. 
^S<Uu>ol Vt8„ L. H. Atwater, N. E. Cornwall, S. J M 
Merwm. • «*. 

BoROirOH OF GULLFOKD, Incof. 1815. < 

, Warden. Joel Tuttle. * < 

, Burgesses, Miner Bradley, G. C. Griswold, Jed Par- I 
ker, Erastus Kimberly, S. C. Johnson, Wm. Hale. 

;^& a w. Mm"r'- ^'"^'^^ ^^^^^ ^^"^^ 

Viu^AGS or LrrcRncu). ) 

President, Josiah C. Beckwith. ( 

Clerk, Payne Kenyon Kilbourn. ( 

Treasurer, Charles L. Webb. S 

Bailiff, Moses Morse. J 

NEW HAVEN. { 

! ■^^'*f**Tf ' -^"^stus Lines, Amos Bradley, James Ene- ) 

^ lish, Henry Hug^ins, Henrv A. Murray. ) 

, B. Relief, John Durrie, Calel?Mix, Amos Baker, Har- ( 

vey Barnes, Leverett Griswold. ( 

First School S. Clerk, Augustus Lines. S 

I First School S. Treasurer, Silas Mansfield. ) 

School Vw^ors, H. B. Harrison, William Goodwin. \ 

Benj. Siliiman, Jr., Ira Merwin, R, S. Johnson. J F S 

Babcock. ' * ( 

NORWALK. ) 

%^Zl ^ir^' ^f?. A- ^^^^' ^'•*«*" Eli B. Bennett ) 
^'wim, Henry Selleck W. S. Lockwood, M. WiU^ ) 
Constable, J2imefi Reei, Col, »'vuwx. / 

"^looWvAj^i ^- ?^«""iS"' S^"«^ Richards, Carmi 

W ^t^J^7^ Lockwood, Charles Thomas, Edward 
W. Stuart, Jonathan Camp, Jr., Richard CampT 



k 



TOWNS. 



189 



School S, CLp A. Mallory. Treas., Charles Thomas, 

School Vis., U. Wilcox, G. St. John, E. W. Stuart. 

Edwin Hall, Ira Gregory, S. Raymond, W. C. Mead. 

BOROtrGH OF SOUTHPORT. 

Annual Meeting, December. 
Warden^ Oliver H. Perry. 

Burgesses, Julias Pike, A. Perry, Wm. W. Wakeman, 
M. A. Sherwood, Moses Bulkley, Joseph Jennings. 
OerA: and JVeas.^ Simon Sheiwood. 
Bailiff, Stephen Bulkley. 

WESTPORT. Incor. 1835. 

I From H. 64 m ; N. H. 29 m. Town M. Ist M. Dec. 
Grand List, 1846, $33,603 32 : Increase 0474 88. 

(No Returns.) 

WILLIWGTON. Incor. 1727. 

From H. 25 m ; N. H. 60 m. Town M. 1st M. Oct. 
Grand List, 1846, $12,189 30: Decrease $17 93. 
Town and S. 8. C/.,an<f SFV«a»., Gideon N. Merrick. 
S'men, Marvin Peck, Leonard Holt, Marcus Johnson. 
Grand Jurors, Joseph Abbott, Nathan Richardson, 

Elijah Eldredge, Solyman Taylor, Joseph Hull. 
Constables, Solyman Taylor, Col., Wm Holt, 2il. 
' Assessors, Willard Fuller, Joseph Merick. 
\B. Belief, Marvin Peck, D. Clark, J. J. Moulton. 
School Vis., A. Parker, D. Bancroft, R. C. Eldredge. 

WILTON. Incw. 1802. 

'rom H. 73 m ; N. H. Sa m.. Town M. 1st M. Oct 
^rand List, 1846, $20,004 43: Decrease $727 87. 
T, Clerk, Samuel Belden. Treas.>, N. Comstock. 
S^men, S P. Handle, W. H. Hickok, Giles Gregory. 
G. Jurors, J. S. Olmsted, L. Raymond, H. H. Sterling. 
Cbn«^a6/e«, Ebene^er G. Betts, Col^, Harvey Fitch, | 

John Jackson, William Knapp. 
^Assessors, G. B. Middlebrook, H. B. Long, Charles i 
' Marvin, W*m Scott, Giles Gregory. 
B. Relief, Andrews Betts, I. Keeler, W. Hubbell. 
School S. CI. and Treas,, Nathan Comstock. 
^Sehool^ Visitor f Wakeman Hubbell. 



190 



TOWITS. 



\ 



WINCHESTER. Incor. 1771. 

From H. 30 m; N. H. 45 m. Town M. 1st M. Oct. 

Grand List, 1846,^3,284 54: Increase $1 ,189 74. 

Totim Clerk and Treas^y Moses Camp, 2d. 

SelectJnen^ Dudley Chase, John Camp. 

Grand Jurors , Hiram Perkins, L. A. Mnnson, H. V. 
Blake, S. W. Coe. 

ConstableSi Joseph M. Marsh, Col., Wm. Sanford. 

Assessors^ James C. Cleveland, Harvey Ford. 

B, of Relief, S. A. Mc Alpine, George Dudley, Evert; 
Bevins. 

School S. C^k and Trem.i Uinm Perkins. 

School Visitors, H. E. Rockwell, J. Beach, I. Petti- 
bone, L. H. Barber, G. B. Atwill, E. Camp, J. But- 
ton, Jr., L. Landon, I. I. Twiss, Jona. Coe, A. P. 
Cleveland. 

WINDHAM. Incor. 1692. 
From H. 30 m ; N. H. 54 m. Towp M. 1st M. Oct 
Grand List, 1S46, ^1,785 85: Increase |{965 68. 
Ihvm Clerk and Trms., John A. Perkins. 
Selectmen, Horatio Webb, A. A. Robinson, William 

H. Hosmer. 
Grand Jurors, Elisha Tracy, C, N. Palmer, William 

Wales, John Tracy, Wm. L. Jillson, Miron Webb. 
C(m8t.^yf. G. Perry, Col, A. G. Fuller, J. P. Howes. 
Assessors, Wm. Wales, John Webb, Jas. D. Hosmer. 
B, Belief, Stowell Lincoln, Z. Palmer, V. Hovey. 
School S. CI. and Treajs., Waldo Bingham. 
School Vis., Fanning Tracy, H. N. Beers. 

BOROXTGH OF W1LI.1MANTIG. Incor. 1833. 
Annual Meeting, 2d Monday in October 
BuTfxesses, Laban Chase, A. W. Jillson, J. H. Papen, 

Alexander Noyes, Noah A. Smith, Henry Fitch. 
Bailiff and CoUector, Richard H. Perry. 
Clerk and Treasurer, Joel R. Arnold. 
School Vis,, Andrew Sharpe. 

WINDSOR. Incor. 1635. 
From H. 8 m ; N. H. 42 m. Town M. Ist M. Oct 

Grand List, 1 846, S35,322 04: Increase $3,527 30 
7\ywn Clerk and lyeas, Sidney Bower. 



TOWNS. 



191 



\S^men, James Loomis, 2d, G. W. Griswold, Josiah 

Phelps. 

G, JuroTSy D. L. Hubbard, L. M. Smith, S. Phelps. 
Canst, E. S. Alvord, D. S. Holcomb, H. E.Bissell. 
\ Assessors, Samuel Mather, Talcott Mather, flermas H. 

Holcomb. 

\B, Relief, Job Allyn, Horace Birge, J. E. Griswold. 
School iS. CL, R. W. Loomis. Treas,, Henry Sill. 
School Vis,, T. T. Leete, S. A. Seaman, S. H. Allen, 

Ira Loomis. 

WOLCOTT. Incor. 1796. 
I From H. 26 m ; N. H. 24 m. Town M. 1st M. Oct. 
.Grand List, 1846, ^,309 34: Increase ^49 44* 

Tovm Clerk, J. N. Sperry. TWas., Gates Upson. 

Selectmen, Dennis Prichard, Orrin Plumb. 

Chrand Jurors, N. H. Byington, G. W. Carter. A. H. 
Plumb. 

Constables, Levi Norton, Col , Jason Hotchkiss. 
\ Assessors, Willis Merrills, Marvin Minor. 

B. Belief, Levi Hall. Ira Hough, Shelden Wilton. 
\S S. Oerk, Henry Minor. TVeas., Dennis Pritchard. 

School Vis., A. C. Beach, N. H. Byington, G. Upson. 

WOODBRIDGE. Incor. 1784. 

iFrom H. .'^S m; N. H. 8 m. Town M. Ist M. Oct. 

Grand List, 1846, $12,652 81 : Decrease #90 51. 
Tbim. Clerk cmd Treasurer, Bevil P. Smith. 
S^men, J. J. Baldwin, Lewis Russell, L. Manvil. 
Grand Jurors, Newton Baldwin, S. F. Perkins, Henry 

Hickcox. 

Const., Marcus D. Piatt, Col., Sidney Marvin. 
Assessor, Abner S. Baldwin. 
B. Belief, Levi Peck, L. Fairchild, Horace Peck. 
School S. CL and l^reas., Nathan P. Thomas. 
School Visitors, Samuel H. Elliott, Isaac Goodsell. 

WOODBURY. Incor. 1683. 

From H. 37 m ; N. H. 25 m. Town M. 1st M. Oct. 
Grand List, 1846, $32,217 89 : Increase $47 68. 
Town Clerk, Lewis Judd; TVeas,, Merritt Piatt. 
S^men, A. C. Strong, D. C. Bacon, Nathaniel Minor. 



193 



TOWNS. 



Grand Jurors, J. W. Rogers, A. G. Robinson, Levi S. 

Dougl&ss. 
Cb/w^r Merritt Piatt, CbZ., M. DeForest, Lewis Judd. 
Assessor, David C. Bacon. t^ . , r. 

B Relief, Josiah Hotchkiss, Treat Camp, Daniel Ciir- 

ti88,J. W.Rogers, Henry Minor. 
fibAoo^. S, a, Lewis Judd. ^'?Wo C. CogsweU. 
School Visitors, John ChurchiU, L. Q. Curtiss. 

WOODSTOCK. 

! From H. 41 m ; N. H. 76 m. Town M. 1st M. Oct 
GrandLi8t,lS46, $31,8529 47: Increase Sl,921 32. 
Tbtcn Clerk, and Treas,, Wheeler Phillips. 
Selectmen, Lyman Sessions, A. May, E. D. Perry. 
Grand Jurors, Trenck May, Ezra Dean, James Lyon, 

Joseph Lyman, Charles D. Smith Stephen L. Potter. 
Consty ^^^9oti Underwood, Ck>L, Charles H. May, 

Cyrtts Davenport. 
Assessors, Danforth Childa, William Pame, Lewis 

Chamberlin. , »,,.«« 

B, Rdief, Samuel Wilkinson, Edwin S. Penniman. 

N. Fisher. , , „ 

S. S, Clerk and Treas,, John M Clellan. 

«• «« West, Wheeler Phillips. 

«« « North, George A. Paine. 

School Vis,, John Paine. „ ^ „ , 

West, E. C. Brown, E. T. Brooks. 
North, T. Boutelle, W. H. Marsh. 



<c 



Recapitulation. 



Hartford Co. 
I New Haven Co. 
New London Co, 
Fairfield Co. 
Windham Co. 
I Litchfield Co. 
I Middlesex Co. 
Tolland Co. 



TbwM. 
23 
23 
18 
22 
14 
22 
11 
12 



Sq.M. 
727 
540 
600 
630 
620 
885 
342 
337 



Pop. 1840. 
55,B29 
48.619 
44^463 
49,917 
28,080 
40,448 
24,879 
17,980 



Grand List 
879,357 49 
702,807 74 
672,289 84 
680,077 72 
337,726 86 
569,877 87 
320,470 99 
215,416 94 



Total, 145 4,828 309,978 #4,278,025 45 



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