(navigation image)
Home American Libraries | Canadian Libraries | Universal Library | Community Texts | Project Gutenberg | Children's Library | Biodiversity Heritage Library | Additional Collections
Search: Advanced Search
Anonymous User (login or join us)
Upload
See other formats

Full text of "Municipal register : containing rules and orders of the City Council, the city charter and recent ordinances, and a list of the officers of the City of Boston, for .."

BOSTON PUBLIC LIBRARY 



3 9999 03290 984 6 










"D 



L& 






&] 



\<s^\*s 




^-> VjO ^J^s-ry /5^w > w <3"^X*>*W 



^H 



Digitized by the Internet Archive 

in 2010 with funding from 

Boston Public Library 



http://www.archive.org/details/municipalregiste1845bost 



c . 

MUNICIPAL REGISTER, 



CONTAINING 



RULES AND ORDERS 



OF 



THE CITY COUNCIL 



AND A 



LIST OF THE OFFICERS 



CITY OF BOSTON 



FOR 



1845: 



WITH A 



LIST OF THE CITY GOVERNMENT, 

FROM ITS ORGANIZATION TO THE PRESENT TIME. 



BOSTON: 

JOHN H. EAST BURN, CITY PRINTER. 

1845. 



'■■ 



MUNICIPAL REGISTER, 



CONTAINING 



RULES AND ORDERS 



OF 



THE CITY COUNCIL, 



AND A 



LIST OF THE OFFICERS 



CITY OF BOSTON, 



FOR 



1845: 



WITH A 



LIST OF THE CITY GOVERNMENT, 

FROM ITS ORGANIZATION TO THE PRESENT TIME. 



BOSTON: 

JOHN H. EASTBURN, CITY PRINTER. 

1845. ^ J <£ 



^ 



4 






/ 





// 



/ 



"' 



Si 




■r 



A 







CITY OF BOSTON. 



JOINT RULES AND ORDERS 



OF THE 



CITY COUNCIL. 



Sect. 1. At the commencement of the Munici- 
pal year, the following Joint Standing Committees 
shall be chosen by ballot, viz : 

A Committee on Finance — 

To consist of the Mayor and seven members of 
the Common Council ; 

A Committee on Accounts — 

To consist of two Aldermen and three members 
of the Common Council ; 

And a Board of Visitors of the Boston Lunatic 
Hospital — 

To consist of the Mayor, two Aldermen, and four 
members of the Common Council. 



Joint Rules of the City Council. 



And the following shall be appointed, viz : 

A Committee on the Public Lands — 

To consist of two Aldermen and three members 
of the Common Council ; 

A Committee on Public Buildings — 

To consist of the Mayor, two Aldermen, and five 
members of the Common Council ; 

A Committee on Public Instruction — 

To consist of the Mayor, two Aldermen, and the 
President and four members of the Common Coun- 
cil ; 

A Committee on the Gaol and the Houses of 
Correction, Industry, and Reformation — 

To consist of the Mayor, two Aldermen, and five 
members of the Common Council ; 

A Committee on Fuel — 

To consist of the Mayor, two Aldermen, and five 
members of the Common Council ; 

A Committee on Water — 

To consist of the Mayor, two Aldermen, and five 
members of the Common Council ; 

A Committee on the Treasury Department — 

To consist of two Aldermen and three members 
of the Common Council. 

On all Joint Committees wherein it is provided 
that the Mayor shall be a member, in case of the 
non-election, death, absence, or resignation of that 



Joint Rules of the City Council. 



officer, the Chairman of the Board of Aldermen 
shall act ex officio. 

And the members of the Board of Aldermen and 
of the Common Council, who shall constitute the 
Joint Standing Committees, shall be chosen or ap- 
pointed by their respective Boards. 

The Mayor, the President of the Common Coun- 
cil, and the Chairman of the Committee of Finance 
on the part of the Common Council, shall, accord- 
ing to the ordinance, constitute the Committee on 
the Reduction of the City Debt. 

The member of the Board of Aldermen first nam- 
ed on every Joint Committee, of which the Mayor 
is not a member, shall be its Chairman; and in case 
of his resignation or inability, the member of the 
same Board next in order, and after him, the mem- 
ber of the Common Council, first in order, shall call 
meetings of the Committee and act as Chairman. 

Sect. 2. In every case of an amendment of an 
ordinance agreed to in one Board and dissented from 
in the other, if either Board shall request a confer- 
ence, and appoint a Committee of Conference, and 
the other Board shall also appoint a Committee 
to confer, such Committees shall, at a convenient 
hour, to be agreed upon by their Chairmen, meet and 
state to each other verbally or in writing, as either 

shall choose, the reasons of their respective Boards, 
1* 



Joint Rules of the City Council. 



for and against the amendment, confer freely there- 
on, and report to their respective branches. 

Sect. 3. When either Board shall not concur in 
any ordinance sent from the other, notice of such 
non-concurrence shall be given by written message. 

Sect. 4. Either Board may propose to the other, 
for its concurrence, a time to which both Boards 
will adjourn. 

Sect. 5. All By-laws passed by the City Coun- 
cil shall be termed " Ordinances," and the enacting 
style shall be : — Be it ordained by the Mayor, Al- 
dermen, and Common Council of the City of Boston, 
in City Council assembled. 

Sect. 6. In all votes, when either or both 
branches of the City Council expresses any thing 
by way of command, the form of expression shall 
be " Ordered ;" and whenever either or both 
branches express opinions, principles, facts, or pur- 
poses, the form shall be " Resolved." 

Sect. 7. In the present and every future finan- 
cial year, after the annual order of appropriations 
shall have been passed, no subsequent expenditure 
shall be authorized for any object, unless provision 
for the same shall be made by special transfer from 
some of the appropriations contained in such annual 
order, or by expressly creating therefor a City Debt j 
in the latter of which cases the order shall not be 
passed, unless two-thirds of the whole number of 



Joint Rules of the City Council. 



each branch of the City Council shall vote in the 
affirmative, by vote taken by yea and nay. 

Sect. 8. Joint Standing Committees shall cause 
records to be kept of their proceedings, in books 
provided by the City for that purpose. No Com- 
mittee shall act by separate consultations, and no 
report shall be received, unless agreed to in Com- 
mittee actually assembled. 

Sect. 9. It shall be the duty of every Joint Com- 
mittee, to whom any subject may be specially re- 
ferred, to report thereon within four weeks, or ask 
for further time. 

Sect. 10. All reports and other papers, submit- 
ted to the City Council, shall be written in a fair 
hand, and no report or endorsement of any kind 
shall be made on the reports, memorials, or other 
papers referred to the Committees of either branch. 
And the Clerks shall make copies of any papers to 
be reported by Committees, at the request of the 
respective Chairmen thereof. 

Sect. 11. No Committee shall enter into any 
contract with, or purchase, or authorize the pur- 
chase of any articles of, any of its members. 

Sect. 12. No Chairman of any Committee shall 
audit or approve any bill or account against the 
City, for any supplies or services, which shall not 
have been ordered or authorized by the Committee. 



RULES AND ORDERS 



OF THE 



COMMON COUNCIL. 



Rights and Duties of the President. 

Sect. 1. The President shall take the chair 
precisely at the hour to which the Council may 
have adjourned ; he shall call the members to order, 
and on the appearance of a quorum, shall cause the 
minutes of the preceding meeting to be read, and 
proceed to business. In the absence of the Presi- 
dent, the oldest member present shall call the Coun- 
cil to order, and preside until a President pro tem- 
pore shall be chosen by ballot. If, upon a ballot 
for President pro tempore, no member shall receive 
a majority of the votes given in, the Council shall 
proceed to a second ballot, in which a plurality of 
votes shall prevail. 

Sect. 2. He shall preserve decorum and order ; 
he may speak to points of order in preference to 
other members, and shall decide all questions of or- 



Rules and Orders of the Common Council. 9 

der, subject to an appeal to the Council, on motion 
of any member regularly seconded. 

Sect. 3. He shall declare all votes ; but if any 
member doubt the vote, the President, without fur- 
ther debate upon the question, shall require the 
members voting in the affirmative and negative, to 
rise and stand until they are counted, and he shall 
declare the result ; but no decision shall be declar- 
ed unless a quorum of the Council shall have voted. 

Sect. 4. He shall rise to address the Council, 
or to put a question, but may read sitting. 

Sect. 5. The President may call any member 
to the chair ; provided such substitution shall not 
continue longer than one meeting. When the 
Council shall determine to go into Committee of 
the Whole, the President shall appoint the member 
who shall take the chair. The President may ex- 
press his opinion on any subject under debate ; but 
in such case, he shall leave the chair, and appoint 
some other member to take it ; and he shall not 
resume the chair while the same question is pend- 
ing. But the President may state facts, and give 
his opinion on questions of order, without leaving 
his place. 

Sect. 6. When any member shall require a 
question to be taken by yeas and nays, the Presi- 
dent shall take the sense of the Council in that man- 
ner, provided one-third of the members present are 
in favor of it. 



10 Rules and Orders of the Common Council. 

Sect. 7. He shall propound all questions in the 
order in which they are moved, unless the subse- 
quent motion shall be previous in its nature j ex- 
cept that in naming sums and fixing times, the 
largest sum, and the longest time, shall be put first. 

Sect. 8. After a motion is seconded, and stated 
by the President, it shall be disposed of by vote of 
the Council, unless the mover withdraw it before a 
decision, or amendment. 

Sect. 9. The President shall consider a motion 
to adjourn, as always in order, unless a member has 
possession of the floor, or any question has been put 
and not decided ; and it shall be decided without 
debate. 

Sect. 10. He shall put the previous question in 
the following form : " Shall the main question be 
now put ?" — and all amendments or further debate 
of the main question shall be suspended, until the 
previous question be decided ; and the previous 
question shall not be put, unless a majority of the 
whole Council are in favor of it. 

Sect. 11. When two or more members happen 
to rise at the same time, the President shall name 
the member who is first to speak. 

Sect. 12. All Committees, except such as the 
Council determine to select by ballot, shall be nom- 
inated by the President. 



Rides and Orders of the Common Council. 11 



Rights and Duties of Members. 

Sect. 13. When any member is about to speak 
in debate, or deliver any matter to the Council, he 
shall rise in his place, and respectfully address the 
Presiding Officer ; shall confine himself to the ques- 
tion under debate and avoid personality. He shall 
sit down as soon as he has done speaking. 

Sect. 14. No member, in debate, shall mention 
another member by his name ; but may describe 
him by the ward he represents, the place he sits in, 
or such other designation as may be intelligible and 
respectful. 

Sect. 15. No member speaking shall be inter- 
rupted by another, but by rising to call to order, or 
to correct a mistake. But if any member in speak- 
ing, or otherwise, transgress the Rules of the Coun- 
cil, the President shall, or any member may, call to 
order ; in which case, the member so called to order 
shall immediately sit down, unless permitted to ex- 
plain ; and the Council, if appealed to, shall decide 
on the case, but without debate. 

Sect. 16. When any member shall violate any 
of the Rules and Orders of the Council, and the 
Council shall have determined that he has so trans- 
gressed, he shall not be allowed to speak, unless by 
way of excuse for the same, until he has made sat- 
isfaction. 



12 Rules and Orders of the Common Council. 

Sect. 17. No member shall speak more than 
twice to the same question, without first obtaining 
leave of the Council ; nor more than once, until all 
other members, choosing to speak, shall have spoken. 

Sect. 18. When a motion is made and second- 
ed, it shall be considered by the Council, and not 
otherwise ; and no member shall be permitted to 
submit a motion in writing, until he has read the 
same in his place, and it has been seconded. 

Sect. 19. When a question is under debate, no 
motion shall be received, but to adjourn ; to lie on 
the table ; for the previous question ; to postpone to 
a day certain ; to commit ; to amend ; or to post- 
pone indefinitely ; which several motions shall have 
precedence in the order which they stand arranged. 

Sect. 20. Every motion shall be reduced to 
writing, if the President direct, or any member of 
the Council request it. 

Sect. 21. When a motion has once been made, 
and carried in the affirmative or negative, it shall be 
in order for any member voting with the majority, 
to move for a reconsideration, and if such motion 
is seconded, it shall be open to debate, and be dis- 
posed of by the Council. And in case the motion 
be made at the same meeting, it shall be competent 
for a majority of the members present to pass a vote 
of reconsideration ; but if it be not made until the 
next meeting, the subject shall not be reconsidered 
unless a majority of the whole Council shall vote 



Rules and Orders of the Common Council. 13 

therefor. But no more than one motion for the 
reconsideration of any vote shall be permitted. 

Sect. 22. No member shall be permitted to 
stand up, to the interruption of another, whilst any 
member is speaking ; or to pass unnecessarily be- 
tween the President and the person speaking. 

Sect. 23. Every member who shall be in the 
Council, when a question is put, shall give his vote, 
unless the Council, for special reasons, excuse him. 

Sect. 24. On the " previous question," no mem- 
ber shall speak more than once without leave. 

Sect. 25. The division of a question may be 
called for when the sense will admit of it. 

Sect. 26. When the reading of a paper is called 
for, and the same is objected to by any member, it 
shall be determined by a vote of the Council. 

Sect. 27. No standing rule or order of the Coun- 
cil shall be suspended, unless three-fourths of the 
members present shall consent thereto ; nor shall any 
rule or order be repealed or amended, without one 
day's notice being given of the motion therefor, nor 
unless a majority of the whole Council shall concur 
therein. 

Sect. 28. Every member shall take notice of 
the day and hour to which the Council may stand 
adjourned, and shall give his punctual attendance 
accordingly. 

Sect. 29. No member shall be obliged to be on 

more than two Committees at the same time, nor 

to be Chairman of more than one. 
s 



14 Rules and Orders of the Common Council. 



Of Communications, Committees, Reports, 
and Resolutions. 

Sect. 30. All memorials and other papers ad- 
dressed to the Council, shall be presented by the 
President, or by a member in his place, who shall 
explain the subject thereof, and they shall lie on 
the table, to be taken up in the order in which they 
are presented, unless the Council shall otherwise 
direct. 

Sect. 31. Standing Committees of this Council 
shall be appointed on the following subjects, viz : 
on Elections and Returns, and on Enrolled Ordi- 
nances and Resolutions, each to consist of five 
members. 

Sect. 32. No Committee shall sit during the 
sitting of the Council, without special leave. 

Sect. 33. The rules of proceeding in Council 
shall be observed in Committee of the Whole, so far 
as they may be applicable, excepting the rules lim- 
iting the times of speaking ; but no member shall 
speak twice to any question, until every member 
choosing to speak shall have spoken. 

Sect. 34. When Committees of the Council, 
chosen by ballot, or Committees consisting of one 
member from each ward, have been appointed or 
elected, whether joint or otherwise, the first meet- 
ing thereof shall be notified by the Clerk, by direc- 



Rules and Orders of the Common Council. 15 

tion of the President, and they shall organize by 
the choice of Chairman, and report to the Council ; 
and when Committees, other than as above speci- 
fied, are nominated by the President, the person 
first named shall be Chairman, and in case of the 
absence of the Chairman, the Committee shall have 
power to appoint a Chairman pro tern. 

Sect. 35. All messages to the Mayor and Al- 
dermen, shall be drawn up by the Clerk, and sent 
by the Messenger. 

Sect. 36. All ordinances, resolutions, and or- 
ders shall have two several readings, before they 
shall be finally passed by this Council ; they shall 
then be enrolled by the Clerk, and the Committee 
on Enrolled Ordinances shall, as soon as may be, 
examine them, and certify on the back thereof that 
they are duly enrolled. 

Sect. 37. No ordinance, order or resolution im- 
posing penalties, or authorizing the expenditure of 
money, shall have more than one reading on the 
same day. 

Sect. 38. The seats of the members of the 
Council shall be numbered and determined by lot ; 
and no member shall change his seat but by per- 
mission of the President. 

Sect. 39. All Special Committees of this Coun- 
cil shall consist of three members, unless a different 
number be ordered. And no report shall be receiv- 



16 Rules and Orders of the Common Council. 

ed from any Committee, unless agreed to in Com- 
mittee actually assembled. 

Sect. 40. The Clerk shall keep brief minutes 
of the votes and proceedings of the Council, — en- 
tering thereon all accepted Orders and Resolutions : 
— shall notice Reports, Memorials, and other papers 
submitted to the Council, only by their titles, or a 
brief description of their purport ; but all accepted 
Reports shall be entered at length in a separate 
journal to be kept for that purpose, and provided 
with an index. 

Sect. 41. All salary officers shall be voted for 
by written ballot. 

Sect. 42. It shall be the duty of all Standing 
Committees of the Council to keep records of their 
doings, in books provided for that purpose by the 
Clerk ; and it shall be the duty of the Clerk to at- 
tend the meetings of said Committees and of the 
Special Committees, and make said records when re- 
quired so to do. 

Sect. 43. No meeting of any Committee shall 
be called upon less notice than twenty-four hours. 

Sect. 44. In all elections by ballot, on the part 
of the Council, blank ballots and all ballots for per- 
sons not eligible, shall be reported to the Council, 
but shall not be counted in making up the returns, 
except in cases where this Council have only a 
negative upon nominations made by the Mayor and 
Aldermen. 



Rules and Orders of the Common Council. 17 

Sect. 45. It shall be the duty of every Commit- 
tee of the Council, to whom any subject may be 
specially referred, to report thereon within four 
weeks from the time said subject is referred to them, 
or ask for further time. 



2* 



RECENT 



LAWS AND ORDINANCES. 



An Ordinance in addition to an Ordinance in relation 
to Common Sewers and Drains. 

Be it ordained by the Mayor, Aldermen and Com- 
mon Council of the City of Boston, in City Council 
assembled, as follows : 

Sect. 1. It shall be the duty of the Mayor and 
Aldermen, in making assessments for defraying the 
expense of constructing or repairing Common Sewers, 
pursuant to the provision of the Ordinance to which 
this is in addition, to deduct from the said expense 
such part, and not less than one quarter part, as they 
may deem it expedient, should be charged to, and paid 
by the City ; and to assess the remainder thereof upon 
the persons and estates deriving benefit from such 
Common Sewer, either by the entry of their particular 
Drains therein, or by any more remote means ; — ap- 
portioning the assessment according to the value of 
the lands thus benefitted, independently of any build- 



LAWS AND ORDINANCES. 19 

ings or improvements thereon. And also to prescribe 
and establish the time when the proportion of the 
said assessments, which is charged upon persons ben- 
efitted, shall be paid. 

Sect. 2. The eleventh section of an Ordinance 
entitled " An Ordinance in relation to Common Sew- 
ers and Drains," passed June 14th, 1841, and also 
so much of the said Ordinance as is inconsistent 
with the provisions of this Ordinance, are hereby re- 
pealed. [Passed March 7, 1844.] 



An Ordinance for the regulation of Hackney Car- 
riages, Cabs, and other Carriages, within the City 
of Boston. 

Be it ordained by the Mayor, Aldermen and Com- 
mon Council of the City of Boston, in City Council 
assembled, as follows : 

Sect. 1. No owner, or driver, of any Hackney 
Carriage, Cab, or other Carnage, shall place such 
Hackney Carriage, Cab, or other Carriage, in any 
public street, lane, avenue, court, place, or square, 
within the City, to stand there, to be employed, unless 
such owner shall first obtain the consent of the Mayor 
and Aldermen of the City, so to place them. 

Sect. 2. Be it further ordained, That whoever 
shall offend against the provisions of this Ordinance, 
shall forfeit and pay, for each offence, a sum not less 
than two dollars, nor more than twenty, to be recover- 
ed by complaint before the Justices of the Police 
Court. [Passed April IS, 1844.] 



20 LAWS AND ORDINANCES. 



An Ordinance relating to Obstructions in the Streets. 

Be it ordained by the Mayor, Aldermen, and Com- 
mon Council of the City of Boston, in City Council 
assembled, as follows : 

Sect. 1. No person shall hereafter construct or 
place any portico, porch, window, or step, which 
shall project into any street, lane, public place, or any 
way of the said City, under a penalty of four dollars 
for each offence, and a like penalty for every week 
that the said portico, porch, window, or step shall be 
continued as aforesaid. 

Sect. 2. No cellar door or door-way, shall hereaf- 
ter be made in any sidewalk, or projecting into any 
street, lane, public place, or way of the said City, for the 
purpose of being kept open during the day or night time, 
nor shall such cellar door or door-way be kept open 
or used as a customary entrance or passage-way from 
any street, lane, public place, or way of the said City, 
into any cellar or other part of any building, under a 
penalty of not less than four dollars for each and every 
day that the said cellar door or door-way shall be used 
or kept open for such purpose. 

Sect. 3. No person being the owner or occupant 
of any building, or having the care thereof, shall per- 
mit or suffer any cellar door or cellar door-way, which 
is now or shall hereafter be made, and which does or 
shall project into any street, lane, public square, or 
way of the said City, beyond such building, to remain 
open, or the platform thereof to be removed, during 
any part of the night time, or for more than five hours 
during the day-time, unless duly permitted so to do by 
the Mayor and Aldermen, or by some person author- 



LAWS AND ORDINANCES. 21 

ized by them, under a penalty of not more than twenty 
dollars for each and every offence. 

Sect. 4. All Ordinances and parts of Ordinances 
heretofore passed, which are repugant to, or inconsist- 
ent with, the provisions of this Ordinance, are hereby 
repealed. [Passed May 30, 1844.] 



An Ordinance in addition to an Ordinance regulating 
the going at large of Cattle. 

Be it ordained by the Mayor, Aldermen and Com- 
mon Council of the City of Boston, in City Coun- 
cil assembled, as follows : 

All that part of the sixth section of an Ordinance 
entitled " An Ordinance in relation to the Common 
and Common lands of the City, and regulating the go- 
ing at large of Cattle," passed November 4, 1833, 
which provides that any inhabitants of South Boston 
shall be allowed to have one Cow go at large, at South 
Boston, without a keeper ; and which further provides 
that no inhabitant of South Boston shall permit any 
Cow, to him belonging, to go at large without a talley 
on her neck, and the owner's name thereon, is hereby 
repealed. [Passed June 13, 1844.] 



22 LAWS AND ORDINANCES. 



An Ordinance abolishing the office of City Attorney, 

Be it ordained by the JWayor, Aldermen, and Com- 
mon Council of the City of Boston, in City Council 
assembled, as follows : 

That an Ordinance, entitled " An Ordinance estab- 
lishing the office of City Attorney," passed April 16th, 
1839, be, and the same is hereby repealed. [Passed 
June 24, 1844.] 



An Ordinance in addition to an Ordinance relating to 
Obstructions in the Streets. 

Be it ordained by the Mayor, Aldermen and Com- 
mon Council of the City of Boston, in City Council 
assembled, as follows : 

The provisions of the first section of an Ordinance 
entitled " An Ordinance relating to Obstructions in the 
Streets," passed May 30, 1S44, are hereby repealed 
so far as the same relate to any steps, therein men- 
tioned, which were in progress of completion, or 
for the erection of w T hich contracts had been entered 
into, and plans agreed upon, and the time of the pas- 
sage of the said Ordinance — provided however, that the 
said steps shall be finished and completed on or before 
the first day of January, in the year 1845. [Passed 
December 5, 1844.] 



LAW SAND ORDINANCES. 23 



An Ordinance providing for the discharge of the duties 
of Ma) 7 or in certain cases. 

Be it ordained by the Mayor, Aldermen and Com- 
mon Council of the City of Boston, in City Council 
assembled, That during any vacancy in the office of 
Mayor, all the powers and duties heretofore exercised 
and performed by the Mayor, by virtue of any Ordi- 
nance, Order, or Resolve of the City Council, shall 
be exercised and performed by the Chairman of the 
Board of Aldermen for the time being. [Passed Feb- 
ruary 7, 1845.] 



An Ordinance in addition to u An Ordinance relating 
to the Boston Lunatic Hospital." 

Be it ordained by the Mayor, Aldermen and Com- 
mon Council of the City of Boston, in City Council 
assembled, as follows ; 

Sect. 1. There shall be chosen by the City Coun- 
cil, annually, in the month of January or February, 
seven persons, including one Alderman and one mem- 
ber of the Common Council, who shall be a Board of 
Visitors of the Boston Lunatic Hospital, who shall 
hold their offices until others are chosen in their places, 
and who shall have all the powers and perform all the 
duties prescribed to the Board of Visitors of the said 
Hospital, by the Ordinance to which this is in addition. 

Sect. 2. All rules and regulations which shall be 
made by the said Board of Visitors, for the employ- 



24 LAWS AND ORDINANCES. 

ment, compensation and discharge of the subordinate 
officers, attendants and domestics, and for the govern- 
ment and management of the said Hospital, shall with- 
in one month after the same shall have been made, be 
submitted to the City Council, and such rules and 
regulations shall be in force until repealed by said Board 
of Visitors, or until disapproved of by vote of the said 
City Council. 

Sect. 3. The first section of the Ordinance to 
which this is in addition, passed October 3d, 1842, 
and all Ordinances and parts of Ordinances inconsistent 
herewith, are hereby repealed. The powers and du- 
ties of the present Board of Visitors shall cease upon 
the election by the City Council of the new Board 
contemplated by this act. [Passed March 13, 1845.] 



GOVERNMENT 



OF THE 



CITY OF BOSTON, 

1845, 



MAYOR, 

THOMAS A. DAVIS, 7 Colonnade Row. 

[Salary $2,500. Charter, § 12.] 



ALDERMEN, 

BENSON LEAVITT, 11 Fleet street. 

WILLIAM POPE, 2 Garland street. 

JOHN HATHAWAY, 23 Poplar street. 

SAMUEL S. PERKINS, ... 53 Broadway. 
SIMON G. SHIPLEY, .... 64 Hanover street. 



j 



J. CULLEN AYER, Prince, corner of Hanover. 

LYMAN REED, Essex street. 

JAMES S. SAVAGE, 33 Temple street. 



COMMON COUNCIL, 

PELEG W. CHANDLER, President. 

Ward No. 1. 
Henry N. Hooper, 14 Sheafe street, 

Perkins Boynton, 22 Charlestown street, 

Cyrus Buttrick, 212 Hanover street, 

Samuel P. Oliver, 96 Salem street. 

3 



26 



Ward No. 2. 
James Munroe, 12 Fleet street, 

William R. Carries, 175 Hanover street, 

Benjamin Wood, 2d., 7 New Prince street, 

John Turner, 10 New Prince street. 

Ward No. 3. 

James Whiting, 5 Pitts street, 

Asa Swallow, 29 Salem street, 

Artemas Ward, 11 Elm street, 

Cyrus Cummings, 11 Elm street. 

Ward No. 4. 
Thomas B. Curtis, 21 Mt. Vernon street, 

Samuel W. Hall, Webster street, 

S. Abbott Lawrence, Bowdoiu street, 

Sargent S. Littlehale, 44 Bowdoin street. 

Ward No. 5. 
Charles Boardman, 56 Leverett street, 

Loring Norcross, 25 McLean street, 

Benjamin Seaver, 46 Chamber street, 

George R. Sampson, 13 Allen street. 

Ward No. 6. 

Peleg W. Chandler, 99 Mount Vernon street, 

Kimball Gibson, 24 West Cedar street, 

George S. Hillard, 54 Pinckney street, 

Otis Clapp, Pinckney, near W. Cedar, 

Ward No. 7. 
S. Davis Leavens, 10 Beacon street, 

Gideon F. Thayer, 12 Essex street, 

Joseph Bradlee, 22 Franklin place, 

John B. Parker, Tremont House. 





. > v 



1i 



& 





27 



Ward No. 8. 
Samuel Topliff, 32 Washington place, 

George Whittemore, 27 Washington place, 



James Hayward, 

Daniel Denny, 



14 Pearl street, 



Pearl street. 

Ward No. 9. 
Charles E. Cook, 3 Columbia street, 

Andrew T. Hall, 5 High street, 

Clement Willis, 49 High street, 

Charles H. Brown, 37 Purchase street. 

Ward No. 10. 
Horace Williams, Orange court, 

William Hayden, Beach street, 

Henry W. Dutton, 497 Washington street, 

James Dennison, 54 Carver street. 

Ward No. 11. 
John Green, jr., 659 Washington street, 

Greenleaf C. Sanborn, 146 Pleasant street, 



4 Brooklyn street, 
71 Carver street. 



George Davis, 
Calvin W. Haven, 

Ward No. 12. 
Samuel W. Sloan, Silver street, 

Theophilus Stover, Broadway, 

Thomas Jones, Cor. 4th & Dorchester sts. 



Samuel C. Demerest. 



Cor. 5th & Dorchester sts. 



CITY CLERK, 

SAMUEL F. McCLEARY, 21 Pitts street. 
Salary $1,500, and for Assistant Clerks, $600. [Chosen by City 
Council, on the first Monday in January. Charter, § 10.] 

CLERK OF COMMON COUNCIL, 

WASHINGTON P. GREGG, 2 Lyman place. 
Salary $600. [Chosen on the first Monday in January. Charter, 
§11] 

MESSENGER, 

JOHNSON COLBY, 1 Prospect street. 
Salary $800. [Charter, § 13.] 



28 



JOINT STANDING COMMITTEES. 



ON THE REDUCTION OF THE CITY DEBT. 

[Ord. p. 295.] 
The Mayor, President of the Common Council, and the Chairman 
of the Committee on Finance on the part of the Common 
Council. 



Aldermen. 
John Hathaway, 
Lyman Reed. 



ON ACCOUNTS. 

[Ord. p. 29.] 



Common Council. 
James Whiting, 
Joseph Bradlee, 
Horace Williams. 



VISITORS OF THE BOSTON LUNATIC HOSPITAL. 

[Sup. Ord. p. 46.] 



The Mayor. 

Aldermen. 
Samuel S. Perkins, 
J. Cullen Ayer. 



The Mayor, 



ON FINANCE. 

[Ord. p. 295.] 



Common Council. 
Gideon F. Thayer, 
George R. Sampson, 
Otis Clapp, 
Thomas Jones. 



Common Council. 
William Hayden, 
Thomas B. Curtis, 
Andrew T. Hall, 
George Whittemore, 
Benjamin Seaver, 
Daniel Denny, 
Perkins Boynton. 



ON PUBLIC LANDS. 
[Ord. p. 298.] 



Aldermen. 
Benson Leavitt, 
William Pope. 



The Mayor. 

Aldermen. 
William Pope, 
Samuel S. Perkins. 



Common Council. 

Greenleaf C. Sanborn, 
Charles Edward Cook, 
Cyrus Buttrick. 



ON PUBLIC BUILDINGS. 

[Sup. Ord. p. 55.] 



Common Council. 
Clement Willis, 
Kimball Gibson, 
James Dennison, 
Asa Swallow, 
Sargent S. Littlehale. 



29 



The Mayor, 

Aldermen 
John Hathaway, 
Benson Leavitt. 



ON PUBLIC INSTRUCTION. 

Common Council. 
Peleg W. Chandler, ex officio, 
Henry W. Dutton, 
George S. Hillard, 
Samuel W. Sloan, 
S. Abbott Lawrence. 



ON JA.IL, HOUSES OF CORRECTION AND REFORMATION. 



The Mayor. 

Aldermen. 
William Pope, 
Samuel S. Perkins. 



The Mayor. 

Aldermen. 
John Hathaway, 
Lyman Reed. 



ON FUEL. 



Common Council. 
S. Davis Leavens, 
Charles H. Brown, 
Loring Norcross, 
Perkins Boynton, 
Samuel C. Demerest. 



Common Council. 
Samuel W. Hall, 
John Green, jr. 
Henry N. Hooper, 
James Munroe, 
Thomas Jones. 



TREASURY DEPARTMENT. 



Aldermen. 
William Pope, 
Benson Leavitt. 



The Mayor. 

Aldermen. 
William Pope, 
Samuel S. Perkins. 



WATER. 



Common Council. 
William Hayden, 
Charles Boardman, 
Daniel Denny. 



Common Council. 
Loring Norcross, 
James Whiting, 
Thomas B. Curtis, 
Joseph Bradlee, 
James Hayward. 



3* 



30 
STANDING COMMITTEES 

OF THE 

MAYOR AND ALDERMEN. 



ON* THE POLICE OF THE CITY. 

The 31 ay or. 

OX EXTERNAL HEALTH DEPARTMENT. 

Aldermen Ayer, Hathaway and Perkins. 

ON" INTERNAL HEALTH DEPARTMENT. 

Aldermen Leavitt, Perkins and Reed. 

ON THE COMMON, MALLS, FORT HILL, AND COPP's HILL. 

The 3Iayor, Aldermen Leavitt and Reed. 

on laving out and widening streets. 
Aldermen Ayer, Shipley and Perkins. 

ON PAVING AND REPAIRS OF STREETS. 

Aldermen Leavitt, Pope and Savage. 

ON LICENSES. 

Aldermen Shipley, Pope and Reel. 

ON ORDINANCES. 

Aldermen Reed, Ayer and Savage. 

ON COMMON SEWERS AND DRAINS. 

Aldermen Savage, Perkins and Reed. 

ON THE FIRE DEPARTMENT AND RESERVOIRS. 

The Mayor, Aldermen Pope and Hathaway. 

ON THE MARKET. 

Aldermen Hathaway, Leavitt and Shipley. 

ON BURIAL GROUNDS AND CEMETERIES. 

Aldermen Perkins, Pope and Reed. 

ON LAMPS, BELLS AND CLOCKS. 

Aldermen Hathaway, Perkins and Pope. 



31 



ON THE BRIDGES. 

Aldermen Perkins and Ayer. 

ON COUNTY ACCOUNTS. 

Aldermen Hathaway and Reed. 



STANDING COMMITTEES 

OF THE 

COMMON COUNCIL 



ON ELECTIONS AND RETURNS. 



Samuel Topliff, 
John B. Parker, 
Cyrus Cummings, 



Horace Williams, 
Samuel P. Oliver, 
Benjamin Wood, 2d 



John Turner, 
William R. Carnes. 



ON ENROLLED ORDINANCES. 

Artemas Ward, 
Theophilus Stover. 



TREASURY DEPARTMENT. 

James C. Dunn, City and County Treasurer and Collector — salary 
$2,000 ; and $2,700 for Assistant Clerks. [Chosen by the City 
Council in Convention, in May. City Charter, § 18.] 

Willard Clough, ") Deputy Collectors. Salary $170 each and fees. 
James Pierce, ) [Appointed by Treasurer. Statutes, Chap. 15, 
§ 60. Ordinance, p. 275.] 

Elisha Copeland, jr., City Auditor — salary $1,500. [Chosen by 
concurrent vote of the City Council in May — City Ordinances, 
p. 29.] 

Assessors, Samuel Norwood, George Jackson, Henry Sargent, sal- 
ary $1,200 ; and $400 for Assistant Clerks. 



32 



Assistant Assessors, residing in different Wards. 



Ward l...John Smith, 

Daniel Bartlett, jr. 
2...F. F. Raymond, 

John B. Tremere. 
3...Ezekiel Bates, 

Samuel Jepson. 
4. ..Benjamin Lamson, 

William Denton. 
5...Zachariah Jellison, 

Henry Plimpton. 
6. ..Billings Briggs, 

John H. Wilkins. 



Ward 7. ..Ezra C. Hutchins, 
Win. W. Crease. 
8. ..Augustus Brown, 
Drury Fairbanks. 
9. ..Levi Bliss, 
Bela Hunting. 
10.. .Perez Gill, 

Freeman Fisher. 
11. ..Warren White, 

Thomas Hunting. 
12...Alpheus Stetson, 
Jacob Herrick. 



Samuel Norwood, Secretary. 

[The Assessors and Assistant Assessors are chosen by concurrent 
vote of Citv Council, in .March or April. Sup. Citv Ordinance, 
p. 68.] 

The Judge of Probate and the Justices of the Police Court, con- 
stitutes the Board of Accounts for the County. [Revised Stat- 
utes, p. 164. Act 1643, chap. 7.] 

William Knapp, Secretary to the Board. Salary $1-30. 



CITY SOLICITOR. 

John Pickering, City Solicitor. Salary (1,500 and fees. [Chosen 
bv concurrent vote in June. City Ordinances, p. 3-.] 



POLICE DEPARTMENT. 

The duties of Judge of the Municipal Court of the City of Boston, 
are performed by the Justices of the Court of Common Pleas, or 
some one of them. [Act 1^43, chap. 7.] 

Samuel D. Parker, Attorney. 

Thomas W. Phillips, Clerk. 

Henry Homer, Crier and Messenger. 

Joseph Eveleth, Sheriff. 

Jabez Pratt, 1 

Watson Freeman, 

Silas P. Tarbell, > Deputies. 

Daniel J. Coburn, 

Erastus Rugg, 



33 

Coroners, Jabez Pratt, William Andrews, Charles Smith. 

t° n r> m ^11 S ' f Jvstices of the Police Court and of the Justices' 
Ablush"' J C " mL Salary $1,500. t Ord. p. 88.] 

Thomas Power, Clerk. Salary $1,400. [Ordinances, p. 89.] 
Wm. Knapp, Assistant Clerk. Salary $900. [Ordinances, p. 90.] 

Jonas Stratton, Messenger. Salary .$32 per month. 

James H. Blake, City Marshal. Salary $1,000. 
[Appointed by the Mayor and Aldermen in May or June. City 
Ordinances, p. 226.] 

Ir^Gihbs EaH ' \ De P ut y Cit V Marshals. Salary $700. 

[Nominated by the Marshal, and approved by the Mayor and Al- 
dermen. City Ordinances, p. 226.] 

Appointed by the Mayor and Aldermen. 

Police Officers. — Ebenezer Shute, jr., Jacob Hook, Samuel B. Ful- 
ler, A. E. Towle, Samuel Bowden, Merick R. Stevens, Alvan 
Haley, Simpson Clark, John Boardman, John W. Baxter, Joshua 
Dunbar, Harry C. Henry, James W. Pierce, Levi Whitcomb, 
Lot Day, Charles B. Rice, Grant Learnard, S. G. Gallager, Jas. 
M. Matthews, Constant T. Benson. Compensation $1,75 per 
day. [Sup. Ord. p. 53.] 

Constables — Francis M. Adams, Gustavus Andrews, W. G. Bab- 
bit, Josiah Baldwin, S. F. Barrett, Frederick D. Byrnes, William 
P. Baker, Moses Clark, Willard Clough, Derastus Clapp, Isaac 
A. Cooledge, Nathaniel Cooledge, E. V. Glover, Josiah Haskell, 
Thomas Holden, John Henry, Richard Hosea, James Hunkins, 
William Loring, John Lunt, Jabez Pratt, James Pierce, Jonathan 
Prescott, Charles Smith, Jonas Stratton, Ebenezer Shute, Eb- 
enezer Trescott, Jacob C. Tallant, Henry Taylor, Samuel J. Vi- 
alle, William Whitwell, Jona. Whipple, Joseph W. Leighton, 
Francis Merrifield, Andrew Mclntire, Lysander Ripley, Erastus 
W. Sanborn, Elijah K. Spoor, Charles Sawin, Joseph W. An- 
drews, George J. Coolidge, Lucian C. Drury, Isaac B. Kimball, 
Thomas M. Smith. 

James Barry, Captain of the City Watch. Salary $400. [Appoint- 
ed by the Mayor and Aldermen. City Ordinances, p. 282.] 

The Night Police consists of 

1 Captain of the Watch, .... $400 00 per year. 
13 Constables of the Watch, - - - 1 00 per night. 

139 Watchmen, 90 " 

Nathaniel Cooledge, Deputy Jailor. 



34 

The Judge of Probate, and the Justices of the Police Court, are 
the Inspectors of Prisons. [Revised Statutes, p. 784. Act 
1843, chap. 7.] 

William Knapp, Secretary to the Inspectors. 



HEALTH DEPARTMENT. 

Jerome V. C. Smith, Port Physician. Salary $1,400. [Chosen 
by the concurrent vote of the City Council, in May or June. 
Sup. Ordinances, p. 34.] 

George P. Tewksbury, Keeper of Rainsford Island and Captain of 
the Quarantine Boat. Salary $600 per annum, including the 
pay of the services of the assistant boatman. [Appointed by the 
Mayor and Aldermen. Sup. Ordinances, p. 175.] 

Consulting Physicians, John C. Warren, George Hayward, Geo. 
C. Shattuck, Jacob Bigelow, John Ware. [Chosen by con- 
current vote in May or June. City Ordinance, p. 57.] 

Samuel H. Hewes, Superintendent of Burials. Salary $1,000. 
[Chosen by concurrent vote of the City Council, in May or 
June. " To be always first acted upon by the Mayor and Al- 
dermen." City Ordinances, p. 189.] 

Undertakers. — Samuel Winslovv, Martin Smith, Henry Davis, 
Thomas Haskell, Steven S. Andrews, John Wilcutt, Thomas 
Andrews, Francis Dillaway, William A.Brabiner, Rodney Gove, 
Caleb J. Pratt, Oren Faxon, Levi Whitcomb, Franklin Smith, 
Timothy Nunan, Richard Dillon, John Peake, James E. Spear, 
Charles Houghton. [Appointed by Mayor and Aldermen. City 
Ordinances, p. 190.] 

Charles B. Wells, Superintendent of Common Sewers. Salary 
$1,100. [Chosen by concurrent vote in May or June. Sup. 
City Ordinances, p. 63.] 

The Mayor and Aldermen, Surveyors of Highways. [Ordinance, 
pp. 105 and 258.] 

Zephaniah Sampson, Superintendent of Streets. Salary $1,100. 
[Chosen by concurrent vote in January or February. City Or- 
dinances, p. 260.] 



35 

PUBLIC LANDS AND BUILDINGS, LAMPS 
AND BRIDGES. 

Freeman L. Cushman, Superintendent of the Public Lands and Pub- 
lic Buildings. Salary $1,100. [Chosen by concurrent vote in 
April or May. City Ordinances, p. 298. Sup. Ord. p. 55.] 

Daniel Rhodes, Clerk of Faneuil Hall Market. Salary $900. [Ap- 
pointed by the Mayor and Aldermen, in June or July. Sup. 
City Ordinances, p. 71.] 

Sullivan Sawin, Assistant Clerk. Salary $35 per month. 

James Barry, Superintendent of Lamps. Salary $500. [Appoint- 
ed by Mayor and Aldermen. City Ordinances, p. 214.] 

There are 367 Gas Lamps and 7 Gas Lighters at 25 cts. the 
lamp. 1,201 Oil Lamps and 20 Oil Lighters at 32| cts. the lamp. 

Samuel Jenkins, Superintendent of the North Free Bridge. Salary 
$500. [Chosen by concurrent vote, " first acted upon by the 
Mayor and Aldermen," in January or February. City Ordi- 
nances, p. 268.] 

John Bragg, Superintendent of the South Free Bridge. Salary $200. 
[Chosen by concurrent vote, " first acted upon by the Mayor 
and Aldermen,'' in January or February. Sup. Ord. p. 6.] 

Daniel Merrill, Keeper of the County Court House. Salary $700. 



FIRE DEPARTMENT. 

CHIEF ENGINEER, 

WILLIAM BARNICOAT, 220 Hanover street. Salary $1,200. 

assistant engineers. Salary $150 each. 

Henry Smith, Rear Boylston street. 
James G. Sanderson, 3 Myrtle street. 

Charles S. Clark, 240 Hanover street. 
John Shelton, 8 Hartford place. 

Peter C. Jones^ 56 Warren street. 
Thomas A. Williams, 3 Fayette street. 

Joshua Jacobs, 1 Brattle square* 

Henry Hart, Clerk. Salary $400, 



36 



FOREMEN 

Washington Co. No. 3. 
William Dyke, 

Lyman Co. No. 5. 
Horace S. Gorham, 

Hero Co. No. 6. 
Theodore P. Bowker, 

Hoicard Co. No. 7. 
Lewis Beck, 

Tremont Co. No. 8. 
James M. Welch, 

Despatch Co. No. 9. 
George W. Bird, 

Hancock Co. No. 10. 
James Quinn, 

Maverick Co. No. 11. 
John Pierce, 

Eagle Co. No. 12. 
Elisha Smith, 

Melvill Co. No. 13. 
James F. Holland, 

Eliot Co. No. 15. 
Jotham B. Munroe, 

Mazeppa Co. No. 17. 
John R. Butler, 

Lafayette Co. No. 18; 
Benjamin J. Morill, 

Extinguisher Co. No. 20. 
Amasa Pray, 

Warren H. fy L. Co.No.l. 
Dennis Smith, 

City Hose Co. No.l. 
Richard S. Martin, 



OF ENGINES. 

Salem street i 
13 Snowhill street. 

Dock square. 
22 Causeway street. 

Derne street. 
60 Pinckney street. 

Under City Hall. 
17 Gibbs' lane. 

Tremont street. 
17 London street. 

Mason street. 
2 Morton place. 

Friend street. 
13 North Margin street. 

Paris street^ East Boston. 
Sumner street. 

Washington street, near Dover* 
9 London street. 

Leverett streets 
47 Merrirnac street. 

Commercial street. 
19 Charter street. 

Broadway, South Boston. 
Swan Court. 

Pemberton hill. 
Corner of May and Pinckney sts. 

East street. 
Kneeland street. 

Friend street. 
51 Lowell street. 

Pemberton hill. 
118 Charles street. 



There are belonging to the Department, 16 Foremen of Engine, 
Hose, Hook and Ladder Companies, at $100 each ; 16 Assistant 
Foremen at $75 each; 16 Clerks, at $75 each; 16 Stewards, at 
$100 each ; and 520 Members, at $65 each. 

[The Engineers and Assistant Engineers are annually chosen by 
the Mayor and Aldermen, with the concurrence of the Common 
Council. Ordinances, pp. 129, 293, and Sup. Ordinances, p* 16.] 



37 

SURVEYOR GENERAL OF LUMBER. 

[By concurrent vote in February. Sup. Ord. p. 39.] 
FRANCIS BULLARD, 

Office No. 112 Milk street. 

Deputy Surveyors appointed by the Surveyor General. 

Surveyors of Pine Lumber. 

Charles Bullard No. 8 Fayette street. 

George W. Cram, ... - "42 Warren street. 

George Dupee, " Tremont, south of Pleasant. 

George Hall, ------ "4 Grove street. 

Rolun Hartshorn, - - - - "38 Harrison avenue. 

Joseph F. Huntress, - - - - "39 Oak street. 

Charles Hersey, "52 Allen street. 

Samuel Lamson, "7 Maple place. 

John Lefavor, Centre street, East Boston. 

George Page, Fourth street, South Boston. 

Amasa G. Smith, No. 29 Marion street. 

Seth Thaxter, "83 Warren street. 

Samuel Waldron, Broadway, South Boston. 

Surveyors of Mahogany and Cedar. 

Nathaniel Bryant, South Hudson, south side of Harvard street. 

Surveyors of Oak, Hard Wood, <^c. 

Seth Brooks, - - Saratoga street, East Boston. 

Gad Leavitt, - Franklin House. 

The following officers are first elected by the Mayor and Alder- 
men, with the concurrence of the Common Council. They are all 
paid by fees [Ordinances, p. 105.] 
Inspector of Lime. — Vacant. 

Fence Viewers. — Romanus Emerson, Rolun Hartshorn. 
Culler of Dry Fish. — Benjamin Luckis. 
Culler of Hoops and Staves. — James Brown. 
Assay Master. — Isaac Babbitt. 

Field Drivers and Pound Keepers. — Wm. Fisk, Thomas Gerrish. 
Surveyor of Hemp. — Benjamin Rich. 

And the following officers are appointed by the Mayor and Al- 
dermen. 

Superintendent of Mien Passengers. — Calvin Bailey. Salary $500, 
and 10 per cent, on all moneys received, but not to exceed the 
further sum of $500. [Sup. Ordinances, p. 3.] 

Weighers of Hay, tyc. — Ebenezer Clough, John R Bradford. [Or- 
dinances, p. 150, and Sup. Ordinance, p. 33.] 
4 



38 

Measurers of Wood and Bark brought by Land. — John R. Brad- 
ford, Amos Bates, William Shattuck, William Fiske, Moses" 
Hadley, Hollis Moore. [Ordinances, p. 289.] 

Weigher of Boats and Lighters. — Edward Loring. [Appointed in 

April or May. Ordinances, p. 43.] 
City Crier. — Samuel T. Edwards. [Licensed from time to time, 

until the first day of May following. Ordinances, p. 97.] 

Sealers of Weights and Measures. — John M. Dearborn, Edward 
Loring. [Ordinances, p. 284.] 



PUBLIC CHARITABLE INSTITUTIONS. 

The Directors, Overseers and Visitors of the Houses, the Master 
of the House of Correction, and the Superintendent and Stew- 
ard of the Boston Lunatic Hospital, are chosen by concurrent 
vote of the City Council. The other officers are appointed by 
the Directors of the different Houses. 

HOUSES OF INDUSTRY AND REFORMATION. 

Directors. — Joseph Lewis, Daniel Henchman, Artemas Simonds, 
James Means, Thomas Hollis, Nathaniel H. Emmons, Thomas 
Tarbell, Samuel Leeds, Alfred A. Wellington. [Chosen in 
May. Ordinances, p. 196.] 

Superintendent. — Daniel Chandler. Salary $1,000. 
Assistant Superintendent. — Thomas Seward. Salary $650. 
Clerk of Directors. — Artemas Simonds. Salary $800. 

In the House of Industry, there is paid to a Teamster, $300; Ma- 
tron's Assistant, Overseer of Clothing and Overseer of Kitchen, 
each $156. There is also paid by the Trustees of the Boylston 
and Mason Funds, to the Chaplain, $500; Teacher of Boys, 
$500, and two females each $156. 

In the House of Reformation Department, there is also paid to 
the male Teacher, $400, and his Assistant, $300 ; and to the 
Matron, $2U0. [Appointed by the Directors.] 

The Gate Keeper receives $275, and two Assistant Farmers, one 
at a salary of $300, and one at $240, whose services are for both 
Houses. 

HOUSE OF CORRECTION. 

Overseers. — William T. Andrews, Geo. Darracott, Billings Briggs, 
Uriel Crocker, Joseph Moriarty. [Chosen from time to time. 
Ordinance, p. 193, Sup. Ord. p. 38.] 

Charles Robbins, Master. Salary $1,000. 

Eliphalet P. Hartshorn, Clerk. Salary $700. 



39 



There is also paid to four male Assistants $300 each ; and to three 
female Assistants $200 each. Also, to one Watchman $250. 

Chaplain. — Rev. Charles Cleavland. Salary $600. 

BOSTON LUNATIC HOSPITAL. 

Visiters. — See Joint Committees, p. 28. 

C. H. Stedman, M. D., Superintendent and Physician to the above 
Institutions. Salary $1,000. [Chosen in Sept. or Oct. Sup. 
Ord. p. 50.] 

There are also attached to this Institution 

Sumner Crosby, Steward, ) Salflrv ^ fin0 vpar 
Harriot Crosby, Matron, 5 balar ^ $ bUU ? er J ear ' 

four male Attendants, $180 each; four female Attendants, $130 each; 
one Laundress and one Housekeeper, at $156 each; two male 
Assistants, at $168 each per year ; two assistant Cooks at $2,25 
per week ; one Semstress, at $2 per week ; Table and Cham- 
ber Girl, $1,75 per week. 

OVERSEERS OF THE POOR. 
[Charter, % 19,34.1 

[Chosen in each Ward where they reside.] 



Ward 1... Isaac H. Hazleton. 
2. ..Benjamin Smith. 
3. ..Joseph Moriarty. 
4... William Freeman. 
5. ..Daniel Henchman. 
6... Billings Briggs. 



Ward 7.. .Thomas Tarbell. 

8. ..John W. Warren, jr. 

9. ..Joseph Lewis. 
10. ..Joseph Eustis. 
11. ..William Willett. 
12. ..Thomas Blasland. 



James Phillips, Secretary. Salary $800. 



PUBLIC SCHOOLS. 

(Sup. Ord. p. 58.) 
SCHOOL-COMMITTEE. 

Thomas A. Davis, Mayor, Chairman, ) r, officii? 

Peleg W. Chandler, President of Common Council, ) 

[The following are chosen in each Ward.'] 



Ward l....Rev. Sebastian Streeter, 

Henry G. Clark. 
2... .James H. Barnes, 

Erastns O. Phinney. 
3.. ..Ezra Palmer, jr. 

Rev. Rollin H. Neale. 
4....Aurelius D Parker, 

Hiram A. Graves. 
5. ...Frederick Emerson, 

William J. Dale. 
6.. ..Sidney Bartlett, 

Theophilus Parsons 



Ward 7.. ..Charles Gordon, 

Thomas ML Brewer. 
8....Bev. William Hague, 

Rev. Alexander Young. 
9.. ..Edward Wieglesworth, 

Rev. J. I. T.~Coolidge. 
10....Winslow Lewis, jr. 

John Odin, jr. 
ll....Rev. John T. Sargent, 

William Brigham. 
12....Alvan Simonds, 

Samuel G. Howe. 



Samuel F. McCleary, Secretary. 



40 



SUB-COMMITTEES. 

Books — Messrs. Wiggles worth, Hague, Parsons, Palmer and Brewer. 

To confer tcith Primary School Committee. — Messrs. Emerson, 
Lewis and. Phinney. 

Music. — Messrs. Gordon, Sargent and Dale. 



SCHOOLS. 


LOCATION. 


COMMITTEE. 


Latin, - - - 


Bedford street, - - 


■Messrs 


. The Mayor, Wigglesworth, Hague, 
Parsons and Coolidge. 


English High, 


Bedford street, - - 


C( 


Young, Parker, Lewis, Howe and 
Palmer. 


Lyman, - - 


East Boston, 


cc 


Graves, Barnes and Clark. 


Eliot, - - - 


North Bennet street, 


cc 


Clark, Streeter and Phinney. 


Endicott, 


Cooper street, - - 


it 


Streeter, Barnes and Neale. 


Hancock,- - 


Hanover street, 


a 


Parker, Barnes and Palmer. 


Mayhew, - - 


Hawkins street, - 


« 


Wigglesworth, Phinney and Graves 


Bowdoin, 


Derne street, - - 


cc 


Gordon, Dale and Parsons. 


Boylston, - - 


Washington place, 


cc 


Hague, Young and Bartlett. 


Adams, - - 


Mason street, - - 


cc 


Odin, Brewer and Coolidge. 


Franklin, 


Washington street, 


cc 


Brigham, Sargent and Coolidge. 


Wells, - - - 


McLean street, - - 


cc 


Emerson, Dale and Phinney. 


Hawes, - - 


^outh Boston, - - 


cc 


Howe, Brigham and Sargent. 


Mather, - - 


South Boston, - - 


cc 


Simonds, Coolidg?and Neale. 


Johnson, - - 


Tremont street, 


cc 


Brewt.r, Lewis and Odin. 


Winthrop, - 


East street, - - - 


cc 


Parsons, Gordon and Howe. 


Brimmer, - - 


Common street, 


cc 


Sargent, Lewis and Emerson. 


Phillips, 


Pinckney street, - 


cc 


Bartlett, Odin and Emerson. 


Otis, - - - 


Lancaster street, - 


cc 


Palmer, Neale and Dale. 


New South, - 




Under 


th-i charge of Sub-Committee of 






Franklin School. 


Smith, - - 


Belknap street, 


Messrs 


. Lewis, Parker and Bartlett. 



INSTRUCTERS IN THE VARIOUS SCHOOLS. 

Note. — All Grammar and Writing Masters have a salary of 
$1,500 each, except the Mather School, $1,250 ; all Ushers in the 
Grammar and Writing Schools have a salary of $600 each; and 
all Assistants $250 each. [All the salaries are fixed by the School 
Committee.] 

LATIN. 

Epes S. Dixwell, Master. Salary $2,000. 

Francis Gardner, Sub-Master. Salary $1,500. 

George S. Parker, Salary $800, and Henry D. Wheelwright, Salary 

$700, Ushers. 
Jonathan Snelling, Teacher of Writing. Salary $1,000. 

ENGLISH HIGH. 

Thomas Sherwin, Master. Salary $2,000. 
Luther Robinson, Sub-Master. Salary $1,500. 
Francis S. Williams and JohnD. Philbrick, Ushers. 



41 



LYMAN 



Albert Bowker, Master. 

Aaron L. Ordway, Usher. 

Mary Atherton and Eliza S. Pierce, Assistants. 



Charles B. Sherman, Grammar Master. 

Levi Conant, Writing Master. 

George Tower and Jacob H. Kent, Ushers. 

Caroline W. Carter and Elizabeth Skinner, Assistants. 

HANCOCK. 

William J. Adams, Grammar Master. 
Peter Macintosh, jr., Writing Master. 

Adeline Howe, Henrietta L. Pierce, Catherine W. Snelling, Celia 
L. Gale, Sarah A. Dyke and Sarah E. White, Assistants. 

ENDICOTT. 

George Allen, jr., Grammar Master. 
Loring Lothrop, Writing Master. 
Robert W. Wright, Usher. 

Mary A. Torrin, Angeline A. Brigham, Ann M. Wight and Mal- 
vina R. Brigham, Assistants. 

M A Y H E W . 

William D. Swan, Grammar Master. 

Aaron D. Capen, Writing Master. 

Winslow Battles and Francis L. Capen, Ushers. 

Mary J. Walker and Eliza L. West, Assistants. 

b o w d o i n . 

Abraham Andrews, Grammar Master. 

James Robinson, Writing Master. 

Mary A. Murdock, Rebecca Lincoln, Caroline E. Andrews, Har- 
riet French, Mary S. Robinson, Sarah D. Adams and Mary E. 
Nash, Assistants. 

BOYLSTON. 

Thomas Baker, Grammar Master. 
Charles Kimball, Writing Master. 
Henry Seaver, Usher. 

Margaret L. Emery, Clarinda R. F. Treadwell, Matilda Oliver, 
Susan I. M. Jones and Catharine H. Grover, Assistants. 

ADAMS. 

Samuel Barrett, Grammar Master. 

Josiah Fairbank, Writing Master. 

William H. Richards and Joel Brown, Ushers. 

Mary S. Brigham, Mary E. Beck, Assistants. 



42 

FRANKLIN. 

Barnum Field, Grammar Master. 
Nathan Merrill, Writing Master. 

Hannah S. Tirrell, Sarah Ann Gale, Catherine T. Simonds, C. H. 
W. Emmons and Maria E. Caverly, Assistants. 

WELLS. 

Cornelius Walker, Grammar Master. 
Reuben Swan, jr., Writing Master. 
William H. Swan and Robert Gordon, Ushers. 

Matilda A. Gerry, Hannah J. Woodman, Caroline F. Housley and 
Ellen F. Hazletine, Assistants. 

H A W E S . 

Frederick Crafts, Grammar Master. 

John A. Harris, Writing Master. 

Charles A. Morrill, Usher. 

Julia M. Baxter, Mar}- E. Clark and Mary Ann Burnham, Assistants. 

MATHER. 

Josiah A. Stearns, Grammar Master. 
Jonathan Battles, jr., Writing Master. 
C. B. Metcalf, Usher. 

Margaret A. Moody, Lucy Floyd, Rebecca A. Chipman and Ann 
J. Drake, Assistants. 

JOHNSON. 

Richard G. Parker, Grammar Master. 
Joseph Hale, Writing Master. 

Rebecca P. Barry, Martha E. Town, Emma J. Knapp, Mary H. 
Stodder, Helen E. Vans and Mary Jane Danforth, Assistants. 

WINTHROP. 

Henry Williams, jr., Grammar Master. 
Samuel L. Gould, Writing Master. 

Eliza L. Felt, Harriet D. Williams, E. W. Shelton, Olive E. Rey- 
nolds and Eliza F. Withington, Assistants. 

BRIMMER. 

Joshua Bates, jr., Grammar Master. 

William A. Shepard, Writing Master. 

Hosea W. Lincoln and Percival W. Bartlett, Ushers. 

Abba F. Goodridge and Mary A. Collier, Assistants. 

PHILLIPS. 

Samuel S. Green, Grammar Master. 

Samuel Swan, Writing Master. 

Amphion Gates and John M. Colcord, Ushers. 

Ellen M. Coolidge and Mary Nichols, Assistants. 



43 



OTIS 



Isaac F. Shepard, Grammar Master. 
Benjamin Drew, jr., Writing Master. 

S. W. I. Copeland, Harriet N. Decker, Emeline French and Mary 
S. Palmer, Assistants. 

NEW SOUTH. 

George B. Hyde, Master. 

Martha A. Parker and Caroline A. Green, Assistants. 

SMITH. 

Abner Forbes, Master. 

Chloe A. Lee and Susan Downes, Assistants. 



SCHEDULE OF THE NUMBER OF PUPILS 

In the several Grammar and Writing Schools, last of January, 1845. 



to 

s 
< 
z 


>< 

o 

SI 


3 


< 

O 
H 


Hi O 
SI C 

re re 
> 5 

< 


B : 

73 

s 


PS 
W 

X 

S 


Ih 

o 

fii 

o 

re 

Eh 

o 

s 


to 
<u 

« 2 

re ** 

re g 


Lyman, - - - - 


174 


171 


345 


315 


1 


1 


2 


2 


Eliot, 


473 


000 


473 


427 


2 


2 


2 


2 


Endicott, - - - 


280 


316 


596 


524 


2 


1 


4 


4 


Hancock, - - - 


000 


541 


541 


427 


2 





6 


6 


Mayhew, - - - 


360 


000 


360 


303 


2 


2 


2 


2 


Bowdoin, - - - 


COO 


662 


662 


543 


2 





7 


7 


Boylston, - - - 


256 


261 


517 


411 


2. 


1 


5 


5 


Adams, - - - - 


379 


000 


379 


270 


2 


1 


2 


2 


Franklin, - - - 


000 


380 


380 


284 


2 





5 


5 


Wells, 


232 


308 


540 


431 


2 


2 


4 


4 


Mather, 


212 


229 


441 


338 


2 


1 


4 


4 


Hawes, - - - - 


183 


219 


402 


319 


2 


1 


3 


3 


Johnson, - - - 


000 


547 


547 


514 


2 





6 


6 


Winthrop, - - - 


217 


305 


522 


385 


2 





5 


5 


Brimmer, - - - 


557 


000 


557 


429 


2 


2 


2 


2 


Phillips, 


241 


000 


241 


235 


2 


2 


2 


2 


Otis, new school, 


















New South, - - 


132 


000 


132 


109 


1 





2 


2 


Smith, 


104 


63 


167 


99 


1 





2 


2 




| 3800 


4002 


7802 


6363 





44 






O 
O 

a 

o 

I* 
<3 



W 
ffl 
H 

o 
o 

I— I 

H 

<J 

M 

i— i 

O 
PS 

O 



CO 









o 
o 



© 






a 
u 

H 

QQ 

Q 

O 






a s 

«! z 

a < 
U £ 

Q 

< 

D 

PQ 

fa" 



O 



Rj CO 

* C 

's § 

2 s 
pq 



1^ 



Ph o 









!-_ HH 

>< 

<HH 






8 



p^w 

• ^ HH 



a> CD 

cu co 

G ~ CD 

- x £ rc 

— e *-• 

• — c fa o 

^ ° * 



JTJ Oi <M 

Erfa 

g<o 
o .rt 

M>PP 

>^ K J 

S OQ O 



a 
o 
■*-> 

.3 8 



S £> 



CD 

a 

3 



£ CD r-> 



^ x x -r 



CD t= 



CO 

c ~ CM 



^ X X -g^ O = CM 



< s 

PS-S 

HH < 

Ph 2 

y S 






-»•*■ 



^Kj 



x 



i-s Ha 

HH 

^2 



o ^ x 

■^ Pi ^5 

Hd°. 
EC WKl 



w 

CeJ>h] 



X 

§ X* 



o 

Q 



w /-C HW ^ 



dq"<5hh 

so 



rt HH*HjM 



HH 

- 
- 






o 
& 



HH « X ^-4 

"* in w ^ O 



PhH 



45 



m 

O 
O 

m 
P 

< 
X 



2 W 

O O 



i— I ■"» 



O h 



Q 

O 



02 

<5 



a 


<! 




HI 


ti 


< 


— 


~ 


z 


~ 





Z 




r-H 


r - 




c 


£ 


y 




Eh 

- 


- 




w 


g 


m 


2 








< 
H 

P 
- 

P 

< 
i— i 
GO 
O 




i— ( 



a; — - 



H 8 

O I 

i— 1 t 

rt i 

E-i 5 

fig 

d 

P 



i- O cS 93 = c3 

c3 O 3 K C 3 

CT O Hi C O [ft 

«■ QG « J 32 „ 

7 c *■ u c ^ 

I § 2 S * 2 



i-C 

„ -— > - - 
o >>c £ c S 

u £ "J- £$£ 

.csJ v . 
tf < OB «n3 

E £ n e o m 

DO OQ W < J ^ 



§£ 



rH oi co ^r m to 



6 

O 

i — i 

E-i 

GO 



PS 

o 
P 

PQ 



PL. 



w 

OQ 

o 

Ha 



S «■ £Si 






M 






CO — 

SCfi 



S c C 

> c s 

o s S 



o5 O-cS-S 



£ Sh © 

's-. 03 03 

B. > V; 

S& C w 

.*■■ ?5 ° J 

,m jj — - 
■ U J£ £ 
3 Cd B3 

III 



ci — 
-EC 2 

g 00 o 
E fQQ 



"2 2 ® cS 

» >- CC ^ ^ 



c .- .- « i ■§ S i 

C££'""7 o on 

S fe-fe s c * o « 

£oc3 = c = g 



O 

w .- 

. 93 — 
>«« 
9jO = 

c .« 



93-- c 



SQ 



ctf _ O 

= !■§. 

tf so 



Ch*< 






^dCO-3*OCOt^OO 



46 



IS o 







is > s? « 

CD lH *™ *" fl •"* ^ 

cd etc ¥ o M 






i > (-o •_ o >-. 






_ s ■ ** ■£ 












to " £ — 8* 




S»j 






CD H h- >•■ 3 1*3 




*i 


> T3 - tt 3 




CO 


a - 3.2 's _• 

C ci 3 - 2?S-i 










m 


&;^=s^s 




(—1 


BdS^^'e^ 




J 
















fc 




GO 


< 




6 


£ 




S5 


O 






tf 


*» r 


H 




cd cd cd 

•» CD £ O 


O 

i— i 


g 


Vestry 
rter str 
ue, 

irter st 
ue, 

rter str 
ue, 


i — I 


§ 
5 


15 >° >t > 

= o) < J? < o> < 

O %_, CD t*» CD <n CD 


Q 




„ 


« O > c > c > 




^ 


! C - c - c ~ c 




H 


DtfBtfSxIrtffl 




< 








1— I 










o 





o 

Eh 
O 

I— I 



ft 



- 

x 





J3 Jd T3 -2 i-s — ci 
•is c is cd . m cq 

C ; a « o3 CD ,2 eS 



. CD 

CD .2 O <j} ^j 

■ cd S a 

£5 rt CD 

O tc 

° 5 CD 

.2. £r ° 



00^ 

cd u> 

O CD 

s s 

PL, o 

° a 

"*® 

.5 «a 

ti * 

hT an 

K g 



00=2 CO 

3 CM 
Sit 

O CD O 

o c %-, 
^ C 

*=i CD * 

. =.a 
ace - 






OWi 






- 



HH §g 



ci rt 

K2} 



O 






| ^^sStJ 



^ 



rt 5 « « >> 



X 

< 
w 

Eh 
x 

= 



hJ j 



££«?;:> 



W 1 2"! -| 



023ce E 1 ^ 
a ri 2 c 3 



3 C 
C 



CS CD A DCS 

£ao«;H 



o 





CD > « *J CD 




CD c . CD 50 CD 




i 3 cd i3 "-; »- 

<o ci CD '•« ? GO 










anov 
, 180 
lem 
7 Ai 
Har 
Sale 




fe 

^ 


5 2 Hi 
enter 

08 Sa 
ons, 7 
e, 145 
11, 59 


g 


SO 


•S E "" - - h '~ 


*^ 


% = bE5"§ « 




£(i.Saa§ 


„ 


^"lds>' 


- 

— 


» CD . ^m ^^ p t 


CJ^sdO 









6 


- 
«2 


"3 

H 

3 




o 


•£ 

o 


H 


l-i 


^ ^ CD 


O 




CD CD CD 
*J1 'Jl I- 


J-H 




O S" 


P^ 

H 


g 


ace, 
ace, 

hoolh 
hoolh 
mond 
treet, 


GO 


*i 


_* .— CD CD .3 «2 


HH 


3 3 m >> Qj S 


ft 


of 

I— i 


Parkma 
Park ma 
llancoc 
llancoc 
Vestry . 
llichmo 








j 
j 










H 






S 






GQ 





a -^ 






•3 S-.'s^. co 

3 3 H ^«g 

S 3 5 a * S 



•H CN C5 ■* «3 CSS t^. 



47 



CD . ■ 
CD " 



6 

H 
O 

! — I 

H 

CO 



£> <» c £ 

.£ CD CD ~ . 



B 
o 






Sn 
&. 

t 



£ .5 g « CD 

qq" 

S 

i— i 

Ph 



0Q 



= I ® 

C te a 

so I 

'.a 4) _^ 

• a « 

- o • 

2 CO 

p = fi 






<3 



to 

■>«; co » 

) >> o o 

i « cs cs 
> „ cd 

g~S£ 

2 CD CD ♦- 

= o££ ™ 

■5a * ^ = 

tc« "««= 

„ h S Bg 

o> 3 •£ *r~ *Z! 

OV2U2rp 






oo 



CD 
> 
CD 

CD ~ 

CD CD 

ii "* 

u 



» 5 



CS 






*o 


<! 


„a 




~ <U '£ U 




u JS C CO 




w „ w f> -g 






§gg*£o 




irah N 
atharir 
nne A 
harlott 
argare 
lizabet 




cqCXOSW 
















si £ 



K CO g 



•2.2 

si "3, 

— o 



HMWfif.IChCf 



C 3J • 

o £ £ 

tis | 

.5 c 'Sq 

iC o « 

co -r* +^ 

cs£ ?D 

lO O CD 

w„uh 
■aT a-* 

cs o , 

pqtf a 

K 

£> M 

O 1^ cc 



QQ 



pq 



s- cd g a. 

t3 £~ £ 

_ « tc£ 

■q CO C 33 

« 5 «s a 

co °° .« & 

to r~ cd" 

s|.s2 

-= 5 o o 

o a: — ■ 3 

C cS = 5 
oc (i.2 



£ ii CD <D 

£ on ♦>• £ . S 

_ £ CD « CD m 

&S £ ■ =« 

« S ^ 
ja cs t. 

£« 3 

rtO o 

c M o 

— CN o 





rfl E 


- 


S CD 


c 




tr 


^ ^ 




co tD 




Sh3 






00 



CS 



« 03 £ 



S -CO = 2 

■sNa 



00 log 

O ._ to 

t-^ CD CD — 

S «"g CS 

Oh QfeO 



<M cc ja 

= c3 

.— C CO 

fcd E-i 

~3 to 3 

•™ CD Jj 

cs 5 . 



sc 






r* 






CO 








CD 

CD 


6 


O 


b>: 


• 


H 






M 


H 
O 

r— H 

m 


Q 
O 

m 

H 


treet, 

treet, 

treet, 

street, Baptist Vest 
street, Baptist Vestr 

argin street, 

c street, 


O 

O 

Eh 

CO 


Q 

P4 


CD 


CO 

CB 

D3 


street, 
hoollioiise, 
hoolhouse, Belknap i 
Schoolhouse, 




5» 


01 03 CO C C S cS 

__— o o* a 


H-H 


"I 


P 


= 


_ ^ O r< 
-02 02-S 


M 




Frieni 
Frieni 
Frieni 
Chard 
Chard 
£outh 
Merrii 


fi 


d 
R 


Blosso 
Blosso 
Blosso 
Wells 
Smith 
Bowdc 




p^" 






*< 










w 






§ 










R 






a 










g 






o 










& 






R 










0Q 
















<i 


03 O 
CD D3 




- 






13 
O 




u 


Howe, 
ne A. Jon 
White, 
/Clark, 
Whiting, 
Whipple, 
. Ilutchin 




H- 1 

< 


o 


. Cushing 
R. Hapgo 
Watts, 
;nkins, 
Doak, 






h ft a- « S C S 






— 
N 


< 


| >>-2 >, 

- - - - 






h S O 3 o 8 2 






K 




■a cs cs cs 



s 



si 



i-i CJ « t- ic cc r» 



H«n-*ttj 



48 









Q) 03 










** , 








a <J a 








Q> • 










a <-> 








a co a 








JS rt a? 










v in 








£ c s 








ai >a a ■" 










• — c 








in q on 


m 

h 

r* 
S 

s 

o 
□ 




5r> 


•3 a* a »iB 
a 3 5 . O a o 

a ^ 2 « 23 « a 






o 

■~ 
■— 

~ 
±1. 

K 

CO 


EO 


a^= ? 2 
s »= n 

Tj T3 TJ M 








iS.£ 2.Si3 

«> a .3 ^ ^3 <n 

"O « 2 > 2 na 

i- in •- 53 oo 

a c.5 'O s 

Bo2 _r« o 
n ft, -«lo 

rt OB gS JhtT 

a h. 5)3 H 

1 _|"g.| art 


o 
z 

H 




o 

o 


a s x ^ 2/3. - 
•S>»'S R SS a 

Q S> Cm = . . ^. 

Will 




u 
CO 


'So 

g 

ED 

o 

= 

a 

- 
a 


> 

z 

■/. 

a 
C 

= 

C 


S's g-g 

— -»3T3 

.■3 s 2 a 
> a •* J- 






>5 

no 

o 
















W* 












m 

Ph 








H 






fc 






















<3 






o 












i— i 










. 


M 










• 


H 








., 




O 












—* 


OC 






o 






'— 


S 










1—4 


0Q 


"3 

j- 

3 

O 






W 




. 


<{ 










6 
5? 


W 




6 






o 












Pi 
< 


o 


H 

O 


E 


a a 
2 - * ' 2 


O 

i— i 

H 

i— i 
ft 


h-t 






a a 
a a 


a 

03 


O 


a » 

*^ a 

co 5 

a *j 

8 - 

a a ^ S » 
H a p a „»■ v> 

O.S^,33 
>~. x- 3 00 3 c3 

S a o •- s > 
S£i:S^S 


H 

>< 

a 
o 
J 


H 

i— i 
A 


| 


O a a a o 

5 £ £ £5 

§ tZ^xg 

jd ^ „ »-< j-> *h jg 

o *e *? ~ "is a 

^ a a a a a J *' 
x >- =- rj n r^ en 

j- *-J +J w W >w> — ■ 

._ m yj « *j +j -E - 

S >» >» S 5 3 3 


^3 


^~ 


^ i> £- 

X CO X 

e # 3^^'" ) 

cd ^-_r2 — S 

od S iE i> t~- r^ 

- ffi HS» 30 00 

r> h ^ ^ ri d 
.•3 o c a a a 


H 


8 






H 






xn 












•* 








_: 






w 












& 








>< 
< 






O 












> 

p^ 












PP 
















< 




o 
o 
E 

D 






>- o 




PP 






en 






pi 


a 

S« « a 
fe ? a S a 
afl fe? c 

• . — — . *- 

^^rtx> . 


6. 
o 

a 

H 

a 




< 

o 

1— 1 


o «-• 

,3 .. C 

" _ H» 03 ."H 

a JTt^ x - O 
•g .. g £ rt » -a 

o » § M £ § H 

5 a = U 3 . 

.3 A 3 ^ BS IS 5 






a a. 
3 & 


AS -*?£ 

„ o 50 a 3 

= = J - 

O o a • 

sl s 1 


in 

3 

t^ 
3. 

a 




Eh 


D 
P5 
H 




Pi 






a 
"a 


^: 


5 •-•5'= 








.3 OrtigSS 

a £ s ts ? r >, 


Z 






>- 3 P.S a es c3 










e3 >, £ .3 


« 






3 o - 3 jO 3 








3 .3 >>— •— ,3 ~ 






< 




S — dsCi 


_ 






<rt^<< J 


Q 

3 






in 
go 

u 










ro x ^ ry3 






03 j: 05 
00 po X 


1 * 






ih (s n •>? w a t^ 






|H 


(jj n -v lt ^c 


r- 






f-« ci C3 rr in co 



49 



sh S; .2 ■» p o p « 

g <D >-, C 03 P 43 _,SQJ««OV) 

g 43 - d S"S» Siiiaa:^ 

SP ■ » c ? - -2 ™ »i3r "» 5 S«S 

— • C . fli C _C f- ri — - __ rfj *^ *^ *^ 

^ o a - ™ « 3 ^ M ^ j -s CT £ S 

f|*^s s 5is « l^g gears* 

Sfl (3K.S 2 • . io i— 1 id o a; u SB'S S 

^qq5p^2;H<; pq SoSSOO^ 

o =2 



H 






• CO 
G} ^ GO 

i—i HI i—i 



m 43 



H 



Hj-IB _ „ ID 73 43 <jj 4375 

O , o _ Is C> . gg #8 3* 






o o 

so ed 



^ I! II III P4 | 

GO ^ &£ggrt«ga.s GQ -5 S S >?* S a* £ 

5 I £ g § 8 s Ik-9 W o S |<s § s-g 3 







o o 3 a 






e^asB 






C?paS 










to „ a; 7? 73 






^s > --« 






> 03^ tig 






k.3j. 3 afi 

C3 ri - j3 S 










ofa i bS 






U5 J> - ri ^h 






T3 >.3 30 ^ 




Sft 


03 13 „ « 






Bre 

son 
pee 
eal, 






ce A. 
T. D 

. Wat 
ce Du 
her B 






££<23 




W 






H 






Ch 






& 










Q 




. 


a 




<tf 





*T 


1— 1 


<1 


43 a? 

43 <D 


6 





ren str 

ch, 
ch, 
ren str 


H 






O 


g 


t-> ffl 3 >i 


1 — 1 


e 


« 43 p ^3 






93 ~ — 7l 

43 jjT a: tc © 

K> Jl 1^ 




« i2 3 S *■ 


GO 


6 


.2 ft a o.SS 


! — 1 




tC h^ttig 


P 


>^ 


S.S s 

> > h >- > 

— 1 P rt ri -2 




Pd 


fl 1) u fl 




_; 


p 25 Pi P^3 




O 






Z 





£ . Q 

J O 

W CQ H 

3 m !? 

**? - - -*T k_, E a" 

a a a a a 

5 



50 






£ a « 



bo 



v 



S p. 






C 5 co 

,s o « 



.5 J 6D 



bo 



S 05 



Cd g 

^^■^ 

r 111 fi 

O rt cd 

oo> t: 

top* cd 

'C 'Z — 
cd -T-- 

525 



O hA x 

— •— a> to 

c ~ o 75 

< .73 3 Ed 






CO < 



03 cd •- 

Is! 






£*5 

o 

I— I 



M .£ 

rt c £? = 
o „Prt< 

~ to "'S 

73 C tD — 

.5 o j- . 

C _jh oj tJ 



> >>£ 

CS > 03 

M o'S. 

3 

a g^ 



aSS'SSfi 



fe q <tj m 
c 3 B-g 

i-3 fe< K 5 



< H O < 






« It,-; 



M 3 fi 

> B •- Cd 

22 a rt 



to 

slg 






T No. ] 

WILL 






street, 

eet, 

nd Canton streets 


6 


W 

P5 
< 






estry, 

use, 

use, 

ar C street, 

B street, 


i—i 

6 


I— < 


;hurch, 

ouse, 
ouse, 
w's church, 

church, 


O 

i— i 


•^ 






O 

i — i 








O 

i— i 


8 

3 

- 


Under Ilawes place ( 
Rear Ilawes Schoolh 
Rear Ilawes Schoolh 
Vestry of St. Matthe 
Wright's court, 
Under South Baptist 
Rear of Engine housi 




Szf 

© 


c 

ID 
CO 

O 


— 


O *^ OJ _^- 

"x Z _ fi"_fc 

cd ,.- fi B ,_ 

1 5 1 1 6 


H 

i— i 
fi 






m 

CQ 


cd 
od 

03 

co 


Phillips church v 
Mather Schoolho 
Mather Schoolho 
Fourth street, ne 
Broadway, near 


H 

m 

i — i 

fi 




Ld 










Q 










M 






O 










^ 










P^ 






< 










© 










<j 






*-s 










% 










Pm 
















i— i 

0Q 










H 












E ^ cd 










o 

a 




i— i 


- r 

T3 a »T c" ^ 




« 


cd 


1 
< 


h' = £ 2 & 




i-3 
< 


cd 

fi 

02 


Ed 


ncoln, 
axter, 
Putnam 
M. Lawj 
Downes. 




l-H 


"3 c - "S 5*S 

CO rji rm t> +J S 

fe 5 P 3 -s . • o S 






Pm 

- 

cd 

5 


^ 


Elizabet 
Ellen II. 
Elizabet 

Elizabet 
Emily JV 






cd -^ 

co -5 
G S 


Mary Li 
Emily B 
Mary P. 
Harriet 
ALniira 1 






Susan C 
Sarah 11 
Rachel ( 
Ann Flo 
Joanna ' 
Eliza S. 
Elizabet 



fn ci c*: ■* m to r» 



m oi n ■"i' w to h 



«KH«Tru5<0^ 



51 



oo 



<D Si, 2 on <o 
SJ) ~ S o 

5 C » C(j 



QQ 



'Crt en 



,. « > .= 






Ph g .3.3 I 



O 

Eh 

O 
I— i 



.a 



^«) « 



*■ " j= £ 
<i> ™ — — 1 

" 5 2 2 



<3 = 



Q 

PS 
p 

i— i 

o 



s s_ o 
O rtJEi 

S <b 

50 +J S3 

s <» 5 



«5 ^ ■* X r< 
ID — ~ -O 

C 2 b m n 



ft 



HOintii? 



52 



WARD OFFICERS. 



Warden. 
E. H. Little. 

Clerk, 
William Palfrey. 



Warden. 
Ezra Vinal, 

Clerk. 
William Wildes. 



Warden, 
William Bellamy. 

Clerk, 
Moses A. Herrick. 



Warden, 
Reuben Reed. 



J. E. Reed. 



Clerk, 



Warden, 
Michael Roulstone. 

Clerk. 
John T. Ellis. 



Ward No. 1. 

Inspectors. 
Thomas P. Pulsifer, 
Robert Ripley, 
Charles F. Wells, 
Lewis M. Burckes, 
Thomas T. Hayden. 

Ward No. 2. 

Inspectors. 
Benjamin Gowan, 
Benjamin Brown, 
John T. Thompson, 
Charles Ellis, 
William D. Miller. 

Ward No. 3. 

Inspectors. 
William P. Hayley, 
Solomon Carter, 
John M. Oxton, 
Joseph H. Locke, 
Samuel F. McCleary, jr. 

Ward No. 4. 

Inspectors. 
Peter Butler, jr. 
D. E. Jewett, 
F. L. Richardson, 
Henry P. Oxnard, 
Richard Soule, jr. 



Ward No. 5. 



Inspectors, 
Loammi Crosby, 
Thomas D. Hatch, 
David Austin, 
William Easterbrook, 
Thomas Patten, jr. 



53 



Ward JYo. 6. 



Warden, 
Ezra Lincoln. 

Clerk, 
Charles H. Parker. 



Warden, 
John Gardner, 

Clerk, 
James Lawrence. 



Warden, 
Samuel Topliff, 

Clerk, 
Samuel H. Beal. 



Warden, 
Jedediah Tuttle. 

Clerk, 
Stephen Tilton, jr. 



Warden, 
Samuel Pettes. 

Clerk, 
Abner E. Fisher. 



Warden, 
Joel Wheeler. 



Clerk, 



Gideon Beck, 



Warden, 
William Eaton. 

Clerk, 

George N. Noyes. 

5* 



Inspectors, 
Charles H. Little, 
E. W. Pike, 
John Reed, 
T. C. A. Linzee, 
Jarvis Braman, 



Ward JYo. 7. 

Inspectors, 
Alfred T. Turner, 
John R. Brewer, 
Samuel E. Guild, 
James P. Bush, 
J. O. Williams. 
Yo. 8. 

Inspectors, 
T. P. Kendall, 
Daniel B. Badger, 
W. A. Harrington, 
Francis Gardiner, 
Samuel W. Lane, 
ard JYo, 9. 

Inspectors, 
Frederick Whitney, 
S. S. Ridgway, 
David Chamberlain, 
J. W. Merriam, 
Allen Shepard. 
r ard JYo. 10. 

Inspectors, 
Edward J. Long, 
J. F. W. Lane, 
R. W. Hall, 
John Salmon, jr. 
George F. Williams. 
Ward JYo. 11. 

Inspectors, 
G. O. Frothingham, 
John Comerais, 
John Farrington, 
J. F. Whitney, 
James Standish. 
Ward JYo. 12. 

Inspectors, 
Charles E. Paige, 
John P. Robinson, 
George Emerson, 
Silas D. Bryant^ 
J. S. Burton, 



54 



WARDS, 

As divided and established by an Ordinance of the City, passed 
September 20, 1838. 

No. 1. — Beginning at Winnisimet Ferry, thence on the west side 
of Hanover st. to Richmond st. ; thence on the north side of Rich- 
mond st., crossing Salem St., to Cooper st. ; on north side of Cooper 
8t., crossing Charlestown st. to Beverly st. ; thence on the easterly 
side of Beverly st. to the water. 

No. 2. — Beginning at Winnisimet Ferry, thence on the easterly 
side of Hanover st. to Union st ; thence on the east side of Union 
st. to Dock square ; thence on the north side of North Market st. 
to the water on the north side of the City wharf. 

No. 3. — Beginning at the water, thence on the westerly side of 
Beverly st. to Charlestown st. ; thence on the southerly side of 
Cooper st. and Richmond st. to Hanover st. ; thence on the north- 
wester! v side of Hanover st. to Union st. ; thence on the westerly 
Bide of Union st. to Elm st. ; thence on the northerly side of Elm 
st. to Hanover st. ; thence across Hanover st. to Portland st. ; 
thence on the easterly side of Portland st. to Sudbury st. ; thence 
on the north-westerly side of Sudbury st. to Hawkins st. ; thence 
on the north-easterly side of Hawkins st. to Chardon st. ; thence 
on the north-westerly side of Chardon st. to Green st. ; thence on 
the north-easterly side of Green st. to Lyman place ; thence on the 
east and north sides of Lyman place to Prospect st. ; thence on the 
eastern side of Prospect st. to Causeway st. ; thence on the north- 
easterly side of Lowell st. to the water. 

No 4. — Beginning at the north-easterly corner of City wharf; 
thence on the northerly side of City wharf to North Market st. ; 
thence on the southerlv side of North Market st., across Dock 
square, to Elm st. ; thence on the southerly side of Elm st. to Han- 
over st., crossing Hanover st. to Portland st. ; thence on the 
south-westerly side of Portland st. to Sudbury st. ; thence on the 
south-easterly side of Sudbury st. to Hawkins st. ; thence on the 
south-westerly side of Hawkins st. to Chardon st. ; thence on the 
south-easterly side of Chardon st. to Bowdoin square ; thence on 
the south-westerly side of Green st. to Staniford st. ; thence on the 
easterly side of Staniford st. to Cambridge st. ; thence on the 
southerly side of Cambridge st. to Belknap st. ; thence on the 
easterly side of Belknap st. to Mount Vernon st. ; thence on the 
northerly and easterly sides of Mount Vernon st. to Beacon st. ; 
thence on the northerly side of Beacon st. to Tremont st. ; thence 



55 

on the north-westerly side of Tremont st. to Court st. ; thence on 
the northerly side of Court st. and State st. to Long wharf; thence 
on the southerly side of said wharf to the end thereof, including 
East Boston and all the islands in the harbor. 

No. 5. — Beginning at the easterly end of Cambridge bridge, 
thence on the northerly side of Cambridge st. to Staniford st. ; 
thence on the westerly side of Staniford st. to Green st., crossing 
Green st. to Lyman place ; thence on the westerly side of Lyman 
place to Prospect st. ; thence on the westerly side of Prospect st., 
crossing Causeway st. to Lowell st. ; thence on the south-westerly 
side of Lowell st. to the water. 

No. 6. — Beginning at the easterly end of Cambridge bridge, 
thence on the southerly side of Cambridge st. to Belknap st. ; 
thence on the westerly side of Belknap st. to Beacon st. ; thence 
on the northerly side of Beacon st. to the boundary line between 
Boston and Roxbury, on the western avenue. 

No. 7. — Beginning at the corner of Beacon st. and Belknap st., 
thence on the easterly side of Belknap st. to Mount Vernon st. ; 
thence on the southerly side of Mount Vernon st. to Beacon st. ; 
thence on the southerly side of Beacon st. to Tremont st. ; thence 
on the south-easterly side of Tremont st. to Court st. ; thence on 
the southerly side of Court st., crossing Washington st., to State st. ; 
thence on the southerly side of State st. to Congress st. ; thence on 
the westerly side of Congress st. to Milk st. ; thence on the north- 
erly side of Milk st. to Federal st. ; thence on the westerly side of 
Federal st. to Franklin place; thence on the northerly side of 
Franklin place to Hawley st. ; thence on the westerly side of 
Hawley st. to Summer st. ; thence on the southerly side of Sum- 
mer st. to Chauncy place; thence on the westerly side of Chauncy 
place and Bedford place, crossing Bedford St., on the westerly side 
ofRowe st., to Essex st. ; thence on the northerly side of Essex st. 
to Washington st. ; thence on the westerly side of Washington st. 
to Boylston st. ; thence on the northerly side of Boylston st. to 
Tremont st. ; thence on the easterly side of Tremont st. to Park st. ; 
thence on the north-easterly side of Park st. to Beacon st. ; thence 
on the northerly side of Beacon st. to the corner of Belknap st. 

No. 8. — Beginning at the water on the southerly side of Long 
wharf, thence on the southerly side of State st. to Congress st. ; 
thence on the easterly side of Congress st. to Milk st. ; thence on 
the southerly side of Milk st. to Federal st. ; thence on the easterly 
side of Federal st. to Berry st. ; thence on the northerly side of 
Berry st. to Atkinson st. ; thence on the north-easterly side of 
Atkinson st., crossing Purchase st. and Broad st., to the water on 
the southerly side of Russia wharf. 

No. 9. — Beginning at the water on the southerly side of Hobbs's 
wharf, thence crossing Sea st. to Beach st. ; thence on the north- 
erly side of Beach st. to Washington st. ; thence on the easterly 
side of Washington st. to Essex st. ; thence on the southerly side 



56 

of Essex st. to Rowe st. ; thence on the easterly side of Rowe st., 
crossing Bedford st., on the easterly side of Bedford place and 
Chauncy place, to Summer st. ; thence on the northerly side of 
Summer st. to Hawley st. ; thence on the easterly side of Hawley 
st. to Franklin place ; thence on the southerly side of Franklin 
place to Federal st. ; thence crossing Federal st. to Berry st. ; 
thence on the southerly side of Berry st. to Atkinson st. ; thence 
on the south-westerly side of Atkinson st., crossing Purchase st. 
and Broad st., to the water on the southerly side of Russia wharf. 

No. 10. — Beginning at the water on the southerly side of Hobbs's 
wharf, thence crossing Sea st. to Beach st ; thence on the southerly 
side of Beach st. to Washington st. ; thence on the westerly side 
of Washington st. to Boylston st. ; thence on the southerly side of 
Boylston st. to Pleasant st. ; thence on the easterly side of Pleasant 
st. to Eliot st. ; thence on the northerly side of Eliot st. to Carver 
st. ; thence on the easterly side of Carver st. to Pleasant st. ; thence 
on the north-easterly side of Pleasant st. to Washington st. ; thence 
crossing Washington st. to Indiana st. ; thence on the northerly 
side of Indiana st. to Harrison avenue ; thence on the easterly side 
of Harrison avenue, to a new street crossing the South Cove ; 
thence on the northerly side of said street, to the water on the 
southerly side of Guild and Cowdin's wharf. 

No. 11. — Beginning at the corner of Boylston st. and Pleasant 
st. , thence on the westerly side of Pleasant st. to Eliot st. ; thence 
on the southerly side of Eliot st. to Carver st. ; thence on the west- 
erly side of Carver st. to Pleasant st. ; thence on the south-westerly 
side of Pleasant st. to Washington st. ; thence crossing Washington 
st. to Indiana st. ; thence on the southerly side of Indiana st., to 
Harrison avenue ; thence on the westerly side of Harrison avenue, 
to a new street crossing the South Cove ; thence on the southerly 
side of said street, to the water on the southerly side of Guild & 
Cowdin's wharf — all south and west of the above described line, to 
Roxbury. 

No. 12. — All South Boston. 














57 














CENSUS OF BOSTON, 




AT VARIOUS PERIODS, 




And the several Apportionments of the Inhabitants by Wards. 






m I 


00 


o a 




in 






o a 




43 




«2 


5 oj 


- V 


n 


Id 


^ 


m 




m 


SJ o 




m 2° 


XL 2 




m 


02 ?5 


w 


3 




3 


OQ^i 








•- >, 


a 


00 


a 


03 


22 >> 


V3 


OO 




£> 2 


tig 


>-?o 


l« 


£»- 


— lC 


a . 


>^r- 


a . 
c o 


&" 




"^ 3 


_ 3 


-a C 


<u CV 


<9 n 


rj CO 


'a »"x 


r> ^ 


02 




V a 


sz 'a 
*j a 


Bj 00 

£-0- 


C oo 


a 

S3 w 


QOO 


5 "o — 


w X, 


_, 3 




SiO 

Eh 


3984 






5 c 

.a as 


'5 


ri 

£ 


-)— •> 02 


03 

6870 


02 U 


Ward No. 1 


2791 


3558 


3890 


4149 


5075 


5530 


(830 


7512 


" " 2 


2590 


2951 


3800 


5006 


4277 


5063 


5409 


6775 


6817 


15282 


" " 


2480 


3 1 e9 


3545 


4813 


490t 


5279 


606S 


68 


7012 


7345 


u a 4 


18 6 


2018 


2980 


4722"] 




6497 


6040 


5394 


5247^1 
1455 1 




East Boston, 


181 






| 




607 


959 


959 




(formerly 
Noddle's Island) 


> 

460 J 


762 


762 


288 h 


5149 








I 


7389 


Other Islands, &c. 






J 




355 


704 


704 


678 J 




Ward No. 5 


2254 


2803 


3652 


5074 


6138 


6675 


6959 


6959 


6804 


6879 


" " 6 


4414 


5853 


36.38 


4235 


4503 


5780 


6048 


6638 


7585 


7288 


tl a 7 


25i3 


32 3 


3787 


5732 


5760 


(913 


6576 


6823 


6727 


6482 


" " 8 

(formerly 9.) 
Ward No. 9 


281! 


4304 


3520 


4819 


4529 


6762 


6364 


68.2 


7946 


6702 


1697 


2160 


3588 


4727 


5072 


5887 


5499 


6656 


6839 


6742 


(formerly 8.) 






















Ward No. 10 


2013 


2318 


362! 


5082 


4937 


5843 


5963 


6672 


6827 


8136 


" " 11 


3989 


5076 


34.4 


4009 


4257 


53H1 


5077 


6695 


7326 


7450 


" " 12 


3528 I 


5357 


3419 


3894 


4908 


6910 


7541 








South Boston, 


351 j 


1986 


2837 


J5596 


||5588 


5588 


§5845 


6176 


(formerly north 






















part of Dorches- 






















ter; annexed to 






















Boston, March 6, 






















1804. 
























33,728 


43.29-< 


43.~93 


58,277 


61,392 


78,603 


80,325 


80,325 


83,979 


93,383 


First Division of Wards, March 9, 1735. 




Second Division of Wards, February 1, 1806. 




* Third Division of Wards, March 13, 1822. 




f Fourth Division of Wards, December 10, 1838. 




X Including 77^ inmates of th i Houses of Industry, Correction, and Reformation. 




|| Excluding 498 Paupers and the Inmates of the House of Correction. 




§ Excluding 348 State Paupers. 




Snow's History of Boston, relates, "the following account was taken" of Boston ' 


in the 


spring of 1722." 




" Number of Inhabitants above the Mill Creek, ------- 


6018 




4549 






















10,567" 



58 



REAL AND PERSONAL ESTATE. 



The following table shews the value of the Real and Personal 
Estate, with the number of persons assessed from the year 1794 
and every subsequent fifth year to 1844. 



Year. 


Real Estate. 


i 
Personal Estate.' 


Aggregate. 


No. Bills. 




£ s. d. 


<£ s. d. 


£ s. d. 




1794 


602,312 10 


824,812 10 


1,427,125 


2953 




DOLLARS. 


DOLLARS. 


DOLLARS. 




1799 


3,224,100 


3,766,200 


6,990,300 


3600 


1804 


13,753,000 


15,32d,300 


29,081,300 


5230 


1809 


19,712,000 


16,617,200 


36,329,200 


6772 


1814 


17,871,400 


15,164,800 


33,037,200 


6617 


1819 


22,795,800 


16,583,400 


39,379,200 


7851 


1824 


27,303,800 


22,540,000 


49,807,800 


10980 


1829 


36,963,800 


24,104,200 


61,063,000 


13311 


1834 


43,140,600 


31,665,200 


74,805,800 


15652 


1839 


58,577,800 


33,248,600 


91,826,400 


18151 


1844 


72,048,000 


46,402,300 


118,450,300 


24817 



59 



AN ABSTRACT 



OF THE 



Annual Bills of illartalitg of tije (£itt> of Boston, 

FOR TWENTY-FIVE YEARS, 

FROM 1820 TO 1845, 

With the ages and sex ; together with the diseases, casualties, 
and other causes of Death, according to the records of the 
Health Department, kept during that period, by Samuel H. 
Hewes, Esq,., the present Superintendent of Burials. 





TEAK. 


DEATHS. 


"""""IgTTrigTTiWIIIhH.I i bTT 

AGES. 


MALES. 


FEMALES. TOTAL. 


Total die 


d in 1820 


1102 


100 to 110 


2 


4 


6 




« 1821 


1424 


90 


' 100 


32 


80 


112 




« 1822 


1204 


80 


' 90 


255 


409 


664 




" 1823 


1154 


70 


' 80 


540 


775 


1315 




» 1824 


1297 


60 


' 70 


753 


876 


1629 




" 1825 


1450 


50 


' 60 


1151 


974 


2125 




" 1826 


1254 


40 


' 50 


1771 


1297 


3068 




" 1827 


1021 


30 


' 40 


2236 


1939 


4175 




" 1828 


1233 


20 


' 30 


2090 


2448 


4538 




" 1829 


1221 


10 


* 20 


734 


1106 


1840 




» 1830 


1126 


5 


' 10 


814 


673 


1487 




» 1831 


1424 


2 


' 5 


1941 


1684 


3625 




» 1832 


1763 


1 


' 2 


2134 


2278 


4412 




« 1833 


1476 


Under 


1 yr. 


3944 


3114 


7058 




" 1834 


1559 


Unknc 


)wn, 


521 


447 


968 




" 1835 
" 1836 


1914 
1770 






















37,022 




" 1837 


1843 


Stillbc 


rn, 






2,759 




" 1838 
" 1839 


1914 
1864 






















39,781 




« 1840 


1972 














» 1841 


1919 














" 1842 


2435 














« 1843 


2201 














« 1844 


2241 




- 










39,781 





60 



Abscess, 


- 


93 






3,837 


" on brain, 


- 


5 


Canker - 


. 


246 


" on lung, 


- 


1 


Canker rash, 


. 


25 


" lumbar, 


- 


6 


" in bowels, 


. 


23 


" in liver, 


- 


1 


Chest, inflammation 


of, 


1 


" in pleura, 


- 


1 


" disease of, 




4 


" psoas, 


- 


1 


Child-bed, 


. 


395 


Aneurism, 


- 


4 


Colic, 


- 


32 


" of aorta, 


- 


2 


Consumption, or phth 


isis, 


5,689 


Angina Pectoris, 


- 


4 


Convulsions, 


- 


709 


Asthma, 


- 


46 


Croup, Hives, or Cynan- 




Amenorrhoea, - 


- 


1 


che Trachealis, 


- 


901 


Amputation, 


- 


1 


Complication of diseases, 


2 


Apoplexy, 
Atrophy, 


- 


383 
10 


Chicken-pox, 
Coxalgia, 
Cramp, - 


- 


12 
2 

6 


Bilious Colic, 


- 


31 








Bladder, inflammation of, 




Debility, 


- 


336 


or cystisis, 


- 


11 


Decay of nature, 


- 


5 


Bloody flux, 


- 


2 


Decline, 


- 


45 


Bowel complaint, 


- 


299 


Diabetes, 


- 


11 


" inflammation 


of 




Diaphragmatitis, 


- 


1 


(enteritis) 


- 


718 


Diarrhoea, 


- 


151 


Bleeding, or hoemorrha ( 


? e 


57 


" chronic, 


- 


9 


" of bowels, 




1 


Drinking cold water, 


- 


19 


" at lungs, 


- 


29 


Dropsy, ascites or anas- 




" at stomach, 


- 


2 


arca, 


- 


724 


" of uterus, 


- 


2 


Dropsy in abdomen, 


- 


4 


Brain, organic disease of, 


1 


" in brain or 


hy- 




" disease of, 


- 


175 


drocephalus, 




977 


" effusion on, 


- 


2 


Dropsy, in chest or 


hy- 




" inflammation of 






drothorax, 




126 


(phrenitis) 
Brain, tumor on the, 


- 


190 
2 


Dropsy of heart, 
" of head, 


- 


19 

159 


Bones, disease of the, 


- 


1 


" of ovarum, 


. 


1 


Blood vessel, rupture of, 

Bronchitis, 

Burns, - 


^9 
23 

203 


Dyspepsy, 

Dysentery, 

Drowned, 


_ 


45 

878 
474 


Casualties and wounds 


j 


432 


Epilepsy, 


_ 


31 


Cancer or carcinoma, 




207 


Erysipelas, 


- 


172 


Catarrh, 


- 


9 


Executed, 


- 


16 


Cachexy, 


- 


25 








Carbuncle, 


- 


3 


Feebleness at birth, 


. 


6 


Cholera morbus, 


- 


173 


Fever, 


. 


127 


" infantum, 


- 


569 


" brain, 


- 


227 


" malignant, 
Chlorosis, 


- 


78 
1 








L6,447 



3,837 



61 



Haeraaturia, 

Head disorders, - 

Heart, diseases of, 
" inflammation of 
(carditis) 

Hooping-cough, or per- 
tussis, - 

Hepatico gastritis, 

Hernia, - 

" strangulated, 

Heat, 

Hip joint, complaint, 



16,447 

Fever bilious, - - 141 
" childbed or puer- 
peral, - -72 
" gastric, - - 9 
" inflammatory, - 116 
" intermittent, - 22 
" hectic, 3 
" malignant, - 2 
" nervous, - - 43 
" lung or pulmonic, 1639 
" pneumonia, - 26 
" putrid, 8 
" pleurisy, - - 27 
" rheumatic, - 61 
" scarlet or scarla- 
tina, - - 1384 
" slow, - 8 
" spotted, 3 
" synocha, - - 12 
" typhus, - - 1149 
" worm or worms, - 99 
" yellow, - 3 
Fistula, --- 4 
Fits, - - - 133 
Fractures, - - 15 
Frozen, 6 
Fungus, - - - 2 

Gall bladder, rupture of, 1 

Glands, disease of the, - 4 

Gout or arthritis, - 18 

Gravel, - - - 29 



1 

7 
373 

12 



22,606 
Insanity, - 63 
Infantile diseases, - 2,564 
Influenza, - - 112 
Inflammation, - - 154 
" chronic, - 7 
Intemperance, Intoxica- 
tion, and Delirium 
Tremens, - - 846 
Inanition, - - 1 
Introsusception, - - 4 
Intestine, ulcerated stric- 
ture of, - - 1 



22,606 



Jaundice or Icterus, 

Knee, disease of, 
Kidneys, disease of, 

Lightning, 

Lungs, disease of, 
" tumor on the, 
" inflammation of, 
(pneumonia) 

Lethargy, 

Leprosy, 

Lockjaw or Tetanus, 

Larynx, inflammation of, 

Liver, inflammation of, or 
hepatitis, 

Liver, diseases of, 
" scirrhus, - 

Marasmus, 

Mesenteric gland, dis- 
ease of, 

Mesenteric gland, schirr- 
hus, - 

Malformation, 

Measles or rubeola, 

Mortification, sphacelus, 



672 
1 

12 
5 
3 

34 


or gangrene, 
Murdered, 

Neuralgia, 
Nervous affection, 




Obstipation, 



73 

1 
17 

1 
1 
1 

596 

7 

3 

19 



32 
221 

11 
337 



1 
1 

856 

170 
16 

5 
3 



23,746 



62 





28,746 




31,113 


Old age, - 


1,365 


Stomach, disease of, 


18 


Ovarium, disease of, 


1 


" scirrhus, 


2 


Ossification, 


1 


Scirrhus, 


18 






Sciatica, - 


1 


Pleurisy, pleuritis, or in- 




Salt Rheum, 


3 


flammation of pleura, - 


154 


Spine disease, 


51 


Paralysis, 


52 


" distorted, - 


1 


Palpitation, 


2 


" enlarged, - 


1 


Paralytic affection, 


6 


Spina bifida, 


1 


Palsy, 


276 


Strangulation, 


3 


Pericardium, inflamma- 




Strangury, 


2 


tion of, 


5 


Skin disease, 


1 


Peritonitis, chronic, 


3 


Spasms, - 


- 176 


Piles, 


3 


Spleen, - 


3 


Poison, --- 


28 


Sunstruck, 


1 


" by paint, 


1 


Suicide, - 


- 191 


Peritoneum, inflamma- 




Stone or calculus, 


4 


tion of, 


1 


Stillborn, 


- 2,589 


Purpura haemorrhagica, - 


2 


Stricture, 


1 


Prelapsus uteri, - 


1 


" of Esophagus 


1 






Sudden, - 


- 208 


Quincy or cynanche, 




Suffocation, 


20 


tonsillaris, 


98 


Small Pox or variola, 


- 370 


Rickets, - 


7 


Teething or dentition, 


- 526 


Ringworm, 


3 


Throat Distemper, 


or 


Rupture, 


8 


cynanche maligne, 


- 263 


Rheumatism, 


52 


Thrush or apatha, 


40 


Rash, ... 


2 


Tumors - 


89 






Tic Doloreux, 


3 


Scalds, - 


40 






Scrofula, 


158 


Ulcers, 


45 


Scurvy, - - - 


8 


Urethra, stricture of, 


3 


Scapula, disease of, 


1 


Uterus, disease of, 


9 


Syphilis or venereal, 


43 


" rupture of, 


1 


Stomach, inflammation 




Unknown, 


- 4,006 


of, - 


46! 








VI. 11?, 


White swelling, - 


17 



39,781 



C ATAL O GUE 



OF THE 



GOVERNMENT 



OF THE 



CITY OF BOSTON 



IN CHRONOLOGICAL ORDER OF THEIR SERVICE, 



FROM ITS INSTITUTION 1 , MAY 1, 1322, TO APRIL 1, 1845, 



WITH AN 



INDEX. 



PRELIMINARY REMARKS. 



During twenty-three municipal years, one being but eight months, 
when the time of the City election was changed in 1825, eighty-nine 
citizens have served as Aldermen, fifteen have deceased, two 
while in office. Five hundred and seventy-three members of the 
Common Council have been qualified. 



Ward No. 1, 53 Members, 

" " 2, 49 « 

" " 3, 46 " 

<4 u 4 44 u 

" " 5', 50 " 

" " 6, 43 " 

" " 7, 46 « 



Ward No. 8, 44 Members, 
" " 9, 35 " 
" " 10, 49 " 
" " 11, 54 " 
" " 12, 64 " 

577 



Thirty-nine citizens have represented two wards. About a third 
of these cases were occasioned by the altered division of the wards 
in 1838. One citizen has represented three wards. Showing that 
five hundred and sixty-nine citizens have served in the Common 
Council, eighty-two of whom have deceased, five while in office. 

NOTE. 

The asterisk denotes the deceased. 

The Junior of Theodore Lyman, omitted 1839. See Mayors. 

ALDERMEN. 

Nathaniel P. Russell, Daniel Baxter, Joseph H. Dorr, reelected 
and Thomas B. Wales and Redford Webster elected 1825, de- 
clined. 

6* 



66 

George Blake reelected for 1826, declined. 

John Stevens elected for 1832, died prior to the organization. 

James Savage elected for 1834, declined. 

COMMON COUNCIL. 

William Bowes Bradford, ward 3, elected 1822, did not qualify 
himself, declining to be sworn, there being then no provision for 
affirmation, except for Quakers. 

Lucius Manlius Sargent, ward 6, elected for 1827, declined. 

Henry D. Gray and Isaac Harris, ward 1 ; Eleazer Howard, 
ward 2, and Joseph H. Thayer, ward 9, (now 8,) elected for 1828, 
declined prior to the organization. 

Samuel Thaxter, ward 6, elected for 1830, declined. 

William Foster, ward 6, elected for 183], declined. 

John Boles, ward 3, reelected for 1838, declined. 

The Junior of George Morey omitted 1829. 

Asa Adams, ward 3, took the intermediate name of Perry, 1830. 

The Junior of Joshua Seaver, ward 6, omitted 1833. 

The Junior of Henry Fowle, ward 2, omitted 1837. 

The Junior of Francis Brinley, ward 10, omitted 1838. 

Washington P. Gragg, ward 4, spelt Gregg since 1836. 

There have been four successfully contested elections. 

The first, Feb. 22, 1830, vacated the seat of a member from 
ward 6, on the ground that " closing the poll before the hour at 
which the voters were notified it would be closed, was a violation 
of the rights of the voters." 

The second, May 7, 1835, vacated the seats of the members of 
ward 3, who were returned as having been elected at an adjourn- 
ed meeting, Dec. 11, 1834, on the ground of irregular proceeding 
to render the whole number of votes certain by taking the highest 
number of votes for candidates on each opposing ticket; adjourn- 
ment of the meeting by the sole authority of the warden, and 
other irregularities at the annual election, December 8. 

The third case, March 7, 1839, vacated the seats of three mem- 
bers of ward 12, on the ground that a number of illegal voters suf- 
ficient to effect the choice, voted at the polls. 

The fourth, Feb. 9, 1843, vacated the seats of three members 



67 

from ward 1, returned as elected at the adjourned meeting, Dec. 
14, on the ground that four votes for non-resident candidates, 
(*after having been first thrown out by the ward officers,) were 
counted at the annual election, December 32, thereby preventing 
the choice of two other candidates, who, by excluding the said 
four votes, were by the decision of the Council, declared elected, 
leaving one vacancy. 

The election of Mayor for 1845, was more warmly contested 
than on any former year. There were not less than eight several 
ballotings by the citizens. At the eighth trial, on the 21st of Feb- 
ruary, Thomas A. Davis was elected. 

In the meantime, from January to February 27, 1845, William 
Parker, one of the Aldermen, having been elected Chairman of 
the Board of Aldermen, performed the duties of Mayor. 

In 1844, the office of City Attorney was abolished. 

The words in the Catalogue, " see No." — refer to wards. 

*This fact was admitted though not stated in the report of the Committee. 



MAYORS. 



John Phillips, 1822. 

Josiah Quincy, 1823, 24, 25, 26, 

27, 28. 
Harrison Gray Otis, 1829, 30, 31. 
Charles Wells, 1832, 33. 
Theodore Lyman, jr., 1834, 35. 

See Note." 
Samuel Turell Armstrong, 1836. 



Samuel Atkins Eliot, 1837, 38, 

39. 
Jonathan Chapman, 1840, 41, 

42. 
Martin Brimmer, 1843, 44. 
Thomas Aspinwall Davis, 1845, 

From Feb. 27th. See Note. 



ALDERMEN. 



Samuel Billings, 1822. 

*Ephraim Elliot, 1S22. 

Jacob Hall, 1822. 

*Joseph Head, 1822. 

Joseph Jenkins, 1822. 

Joseph Lovering, 1822. 

Nathaniel Pope Russell, 1822, 
40. See Note. 

Bryant Parrot Tilden, 1822. 

*Daniel Baxter, 1823, 24. See 
Note. 

George Odiorne, 1823, 24. 

*David Weld Child, 1823, 24. 

Joseph Hawley Dorr, 1823, 24. 
See Note. 

Asher Benjamin, 1823, 24. De- 
cember, resigned. 

Enoch Patterson, 1823, 1824. 

Caleb Eddv, 1823, 24. 

^Stephen "Hooper, 1823, 24. 
September, died. 

Cyrus Alger, November, 1824, 
27. 

Daniel Carney, 1825, 26. 

*John Bellows, 1825, 26, 27. 

*Josiah Marshall, 1825, 26. 

*John Damarisque Dyer, 1825. 



*Thomas Welch, jr., 1825, 26, 

27. 
*George Blake, 1825. See Note. 
Henry Jackson Oliver, 1825, 26, 

29, 30, 31, 32. 
John Brvant, 1825. 
John Foster Loring, 1826, 27, 

28, 29, 30. 
Francis Jackson, 1826. 
Edward Hutchinson Robbins, 

1826. 

Jeremiah Smith Boies, 1827. 

-Robert Fennelly, 1827, 28. Sep- 
tember, died. 

Thomas Beale Wales, 1827. See 
Note. 

James Savage, 1827, 28. See 
Note. 

Thomas Kendall, 1828, 29. 

James Hall, 1828, 29. 

Phineas Upham, 1828. 

John Pickering, 1828. 

Samuel Turell Armstrong, 1828, 

29, 30, 31. 

*Benjamin Russell, 1829, 30, 31, 
32. 



69 



Winslow Lewis, 1829, 30, Feb- 
ruary, 35, 36. 
Charles Wells, 1829, 30. 
Moses Williams, 1830. 
John Burbeck M'Cleary, 1830, 

31, 32, 35, 36. 

Heniy Farnam, 1831, 32, 33,37, 

38, 39. 
Adam Bent, 1831. 
*John Binney, 1831, 32, 33. 
Richard Devens Harris, 1831, 

32. February, resigned. 
Jabez Ellis, 1832, 33, 34. 
*James Bowdoin, January, 1832. 
*J. Stevens, died. See Note. 
*William Tileston, February, 

1832, 33. 
Thomas Wetmore, 1833, 34, 35, 

[February, resigned, absence 

from tbe country,] 37, 38, 39, 

41, 42, 43, 44. 
Samuel Fales, 1833, 34. 
Joseph Warren Revere, 1833. 
Benjamin Fiske, 1833. 
Charles Leigbton, 1834, 35. 
Josiah Dunham, 1834, 35, 36. 
Nathan Gurney, 1834,35,36,37, 

37, 38, 39, 40, 42. 
Samuel Atkins Eliot, 1834, 35. 
Samuel Greele, January, 1S34, 

35, 36. 

Joseph HenshawHayward,1835, 

36, 37, 38, 39. 



Thomas Hunting, 1836, 37, 38, 

39, 40, 41. 
Samuel Q,uincy, 1836, 37, 39. 
John B. Wells, 1837. 
Thomas Richardson, 1837, 38. 
Isaac Harris, 1838, 39. 
Martin Brimmer, 1838. 
James Harris, 1839. 
James Clark, 1840,41. 
Charles Wilkins, 1840, 41. 
Abraham Thompson Lowe,1840, 

41, 42, 43, 44. 
William Turrell Andrews, 1840, 

41. 
Charles Amory, 1840, 41. 
Benson Leavitt, 1841, 45. 
Larra Crane, 1842, 1844. 
William Parker, 1842, 43,45. See 

Note. 
Joseph Tilden, 1842. 
James Longley, 1842, 43. 
Richard Urann, 1842, 43, 
Situ; >n Wilkinson, 1843. 
Josiah Stedman, 1843. 
Jonathan Preston, 1843. 
Simon W. Robinson, 1844. 
Henry B. Rogers, 1844. 
William Pope, 1845. 
John Hathaway, 1845. 
Samuel S. Perkins, 1845. 
Simon G. Shipley, 1845. 
J. Cullen Ayer, 1845. 
Lyman Reed, 1845. 
James S. Savage, 1845. 



PRESIDENTS OF THE COMMON COUNCIL. 



William Prescott, 1822. 
John Welles, 1823, 
Francis Johonnot Oliver, 

25. 
John Richardson Adan, 

27, 28. 
Eliphalet Williams, 1829. 



1824, 

1826, 



*Benjamin Toppan Pickman, 

1830, 31. 
John Prescott Bigelow, 1832, 33. 
Josiah duincy, jr., 1834, 35, 36. 
Phillip Marett, 1837, 38, 39, 40. 
Edward Blake, 1841, 42,43. 
Peleg Whitman Chandler, 1844, 

45. 



70 



COMMON COUNCIL. 

[See Notes, pp. 65, 66, 67.] 
WARD 1. 



William Barry, 1822, 24, 25, 26, 
27. 

*Thaddeus Page, 1822, 23. See 2. 
Charles Wells, 1822. 
Simon Wilkinson, 1822, 23, 27. 
*John Eliot, 1823, 24, 25, 27. 
Joseph Wheeler, 1823, 24. 
Michael Tombs, 1824. 
*Robert Fennelly, 1825. 
Lewis Lerow, 1825, 26, April, 

resigned. 
Lemuel Putnam Grosvenor,lS26. 

See 4. 
Samuel Aspinwall, 1826, 27, 28. 
Ninian Clark Betton, 1828, 29, 

30. 
*Horace Fox, 1823, December, 

seat vacated, having been ap- 
pointed an Assistant Engineer. 
Eleazer Pratt, 1823, 29, 30, 

September 37, 38. 
John Wells, 1829, 39, took the 

intermediate letter B in 1830. 

See 2. 
^Christopher Gore, 1829, 30. 
Simon Wiggin Robinson, 1830, 

31, 32, 33. 
John Brigden Tremere, 1831. 

See 2. 
Charles French, 1831, 32. 
Frederick Gould. See 2. 1831. 
John Centre, 1832. 
Bill Richardson, 1832, 33. 
Enoch Howes Snelling, 1333, 

34, 36, 42, 43. Seat vacated 

February 9. See Note. 
*Thomas Hart Thompson, 1833. 
Henry D. Gray, 1834, 35. See 

Note. 



Robert Keith, 1834, 35. 

Henry Jackson Oliver, 1834. 

Isaac Harris, 1835, 37, 41, 43, 
44. See Note. 

Caleb Gould Loring, 1835. 

Joseph Bassett, 1836. 

*Gilbert Nurse, 1836, Septem- 
ber, resigned, removed from 
City. 

William Eaton, 1836. See 3. 

"Erasmus Thompson, 1837. Au- 
gust, died. 

Thomas Hudson, 1837, 38. 

Samuel Locke Cutter, 1837. 

Benjamin Dodd, 1838, 39, 41. 

Bradley Newcomb Cumings, 
1838. 

Zebina Lee Ravmond, 1839, 40. 

William Dillaway, 1839, 41. 

Henry Leeds, 1840. 

William Russell Lovejoy, 1840. 

Peter Dunbar, 1840. 

Henry Northey Hooper, 1841, 
45. 

Norton Newcomb, 1842. 

Cyrus Buttrick, 1842, 45, 

Perkins Boynton, 1842, 45. 

Joshua Bentley Fowle, 1843, 
Seat vacated Feb. 9. See Note. 

Jacob George Lewis Libby, 1843. 
Seat vacated February 9. See 
Note. 

Daniel Bartlett, jr., February 
10, 1843. 

William Henry Learnard, Feb- 
ruary 10, 1843, 44. 

Job Turner, 1844. 

John P. Ober, 1844. 

Samuel P. Oliver, 1S45. 



71 



WARD 2 



Martin Bates, 1522, 23. 

Benjamin Lamson, 1822, 23. 

Henry Orne, 1822, July, re- 
signed, appointed one of the 
Justices of the Police Court. 

•Joseph Stodder, 1822, 23. 

•John Parker Boyd, 1823. 

•William Little, jr., 1824. See 
12. 

•Oliver Reed, 1824,25. 

•Joseph Stone, 1824. 

•Thaddeus Page, See 1. 1824. 

•Scammel Penniman, 1825, 26, 
27. 

•Benjamin Clark, 1825, 26, 27. 

•John Fenno, 1825, 26. 

Nathaniel Faxon, 1826. 

John AVarren James. See 4. 
1827, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 
34, 35. 

•John Floyd Truman, 1827. 

Frederick Gould, 1828. See 1. 

Henry Fowle, jr., 1828, Seat 
vacated, December, having 
been appointed an Assistant 
Engineer. See Note. 

George Washington Johnson, 
1828. 

Henry Sewall Kent, 1829. 

Samuel Ellis, 1829, 30. 

•Thomas Reed, 1829, February 
died. 

•Daniel Ballard, March, 1829, 
30,31,38. 

John B. Wells, 1830, 33. See 1. 



Ephraim Milton, 1831, 32. 
Daniel Dickinson, 1831, 32. 
John Brigden Tremere. See 1. 

1832, 34. 
Henry Andrews, 1833. 
George Priest Thomas, 1833. 
George Washington Smith, 1834. 

See 3. 
Joseph Melcher Leavitt, 1834. 
Stephen William Olney, 1835. 
Lewis Josselyn, 1835, 36, 37, 38. 
Thomas Hollis, 1835. 
Thatcher Rich Raymond, 1836, 

37, 38. 
Nathan Carruth, 1836, 37. 
Thomas Moulton, 1836, 37, 38, 

39. 
Richard Brackett, 1839, 40i 41. 
Freeborn Fairfield Raymond, 

1839, 40, 41. 
Samuel Emmes, 1839,40,41,42. 
Erastus Wilson Sanborn, 1840, 

41. 
Aaron Adams, 1842, 43. 
Joseph Cullen Ayer, 1842, 43, 

44. 
Abner Williams Pollard, 1842, 

43, 44. 
I Henrv Davis, 1843, 44. 
i Timothy C. Kendall, 1844. 
1 James Munroe, 1845. 
i William R. Carnes, 1845. 
| Benjamin Wood, 2d, 1845. 
I John Turner, 1845. 



WARD 3. 



Theodore Dexter, 1822, 23. See 

4. 
Joshua Emmons, 1822. 
Samuel Jones, 1822, 23. 
John Richardson A dan, 1823, 

24, 25, 26, 27, 28. 
•John Damarisque Dyer, 1823, 

24, 27, 28, April, resigned, 

removed from City. 



Edward Page, 1824. 
•William Sprague, 1824, 26. 
•Thomas Welfs, 1825. 
Abraham Williams Fuller, 1825. 
Amos Farnsworth, 1825, "ZQ. 
Asa Adams, 1826,27. See Note. 
Thomas Gould, 1827, 28, 29, 30. 
•Levi Roberts Lincoln, 1828, 
29, 30. 



72 



James Lendall Pitts Orrok, 
May, 1828. 

Joseph Bradley, 1829. 

*Amos Bradley Parker, 1829. 

Larra Crane, 1830, 31, 32, 33. 

Michael Lovcll, 1830. 

James Clark, 1831, 32, 33. 

Asa Swallow, 1831, 32, 45. 

Samuel Chessman, 1831, 32, 33. 

Phillip Adams, 1833. 

John Snelling, 1834, 35. [Seat 
vacated May 7, See Note, re- 
turned May 21,] 39, 40, 41, 
42, 44. 

Simon Green Shipley, 1834, 35, 
[Seat vacated May 7, See 
Note, returned May 21,] 39, 
40, 41, 42. 

Joshua Sears, See 8, 1834. 

William Truman Spear, 1835, 
[Seat vacated May 7, See 
Note, returned May 21.] 

George Washington Smith, See 
2, 1835, [Seat vacated May 7, 
See Note, returned May 21.] 



John Boles, 1836, 37. See Note. 
Benjamin Kimball, 1836. 
Jason Dyer Battles, 1836, 37. 
Asa Barker Snow, 1836, 37, 

38. 
William Orne Haskell, 1837. 
Charles Arnold, 1838. 
Rowland Ellis, 1838. 
William Eaton, See 1. January, 

1838. 
Jacob Stearns, 1839, 40, 41, 42. 
Ezekiel Bates, 1839. 
Dexter Follet, 1840. 
Benajah Brigham, See 4, 1841. 
Enoch Hemmenway Wakefield, 

1842, 3. 
James Whiting, 1843, 44, 45. 
James Harvey Dudley, 1843, 

44. 
Oliver Dyer, 1844. 
James Boynton, 1844. 
Artemas Ward, 1845. 
Cyrus Cummings, 1845. 



WARD 4. 



*Joseph Coolidge, 1822, 23, 24, 

25. 
Samuel Perkins, 1822, 23. 
Robert Gould Shaw, 1822, 23, 

24,33. 
Joel Thayer, 1822. 
Henry Farnam, 1823. 
*Jeremiah Fitch, 1824. 
William Rounsville Pierce 

Washburn, 1624, 25. 
George Hallet, 1825, 26, 27, 32 
Theodore Dexter. See 3, 1825, 

June, resigned. 
William Howe, 1826, 27. 
John Warren James, 1826. See 

2. 
Joseph Eveleth, 1826, 27, 28. 

See 5, 31, 32, 33. 
Quincy Tufts, 1827, 23, 29, 30. 
Andrew Cunningham, jr., 1828, 

29, the Junior omitted. 



James Means, 1828. See 7. 
John Rayner, 1829, 30, 31, 32. 
Samuel Davenport Torrey, 1829, 

30. 
Washington Parker Gragg, 1830, 

31. See Note. 
Joshua Baker Flint, 1331, 32. 
Edward Blake, 1833. See 7. 
Silas Pierce Tarbell, 1833. 
Amrni Cutter, 1834. 
Ezra Trull, 1834. 
Asa Lewis, 1834. 
George Worthington Lewis, 

1334. 
Moses Grant, 1835, 36, 37, 38, 

39, 40, 41, 42. 
George William Gordon, 1835, 

36, 37, 38, 39, May, resigned, 

having been elected one of 

the Overseers of the House of 

Reformation. 



73 



Henry Lincoln, 1835, 36. 
Benajah Brigham, 1835, 36. See 

3. 
Joseph Thornton Adams, 1837, 

41. 
Lemuel Putnam Grosvenor. 

See 1, 1837, 38. 
Jsmes Morris Whiton, 1838. 
Charles Wilkins, 1839. 
James Haughton, 1839, 40, 41. 
Alfred Augustus Wellington, 

May, 1839, 40, 41. 



Lucius Doolittle, 1840. 

Francis Boardman Crownin- 

shield, 1842, 43, 44. 
William Brown Spooner, 1842. 
Noah Sturtevant, 1842, 43. 
George Washington Crockett, 

1843, 44. 
Thomas Buckminster Curtis. 

See 7, 1843, 44, 45. 
Samuel W. Hall, 1844, 45. 
S. Abbott Lawrence, 1845. 
Sargent S. Littlehale, 1845. 



WARD 5 



George Washington Coffin, 1822. 
Thomas Kendall, 1822, 23. 
Horatio Gates Ware, 1822. 
Isaac Winslow, 1822, 23. 
Elias Haskell, 1823, 24. 
*John Sullivan Perkins, 1823, 

25. 
Eliphalet Porter Hartshorn, 1824, 

32, 33. 
George Washington Otis, 1824, 

2S. 
Winslow Wright, 1824, 30, 31. 
"William Simonds, 1825. 
Ezra Dyer, 1825, 26. 
^Charles Tracy, 1825, 26. 
Jonathan Thaxter, 1826, 27, 29. 
William Parker, 1826, 27, 28, 

29 31 32. 
Lewi's Glover Pray, 1827, 28. 
George Lane, February, 1827, 

28, 29. 
Joseph Eveleth, 1829, 30. See 4. 
Levi Haskell, 1830, took the 

intermediate name of Boyn- 

ton, 31, 32. 
Charles Leighton, 1830, 31, 32, 

33. 
Abel Phelps, 1833. 
*Peres Loring, 1833. 
Michael Roulstone, 1834. 
Nathaniel Fellowes Cunning- 
ham, 1834. 
*Calvin Washburn, 1834, 35. 
Enoch Hobart, 1834, 35. 
7 



Abraham Waters Blanchard, 

1835, 36. 
John Cochran Park, 1835, 36. 
George Washington Edmands, 

1836. 
Ebenezer Ellis, 1836, 37. 
Edmund Trowbridge Hastings, 

1837. 
Philip Greely, jr., 1837, 40. 
Francis Brown, 1837, 38. 
Nathaniel Hammond, 1838, 39, 

40. 
James McAllaster, 1838, 39. 
Theophilus Burr, 1838. 
William Vinal Kent, 1839, 40. 
Ephraim Larkin Snow, 1839, 

November, resigned, removed 

from City. 
George Washington Otis, jr., 

1840, 41. 
Pelham Bonney, 1841, 42. . 
Freeman Stowe, 1841. 
Edward Parker Meriam, 1841. 
George Wheelwright, 1842, 43, 

44. 
Henry Plympton, 1842, 43. 
Samuel Ripley Townsend, 1842. 
Willard Nason Fisher, 1843, 44. 
James Fowle, 1843. 
Charles Boardman, 1844, 45. 
Loring Norcross, 1844, 45. 
Benjamin Seaver, 1845. 
George R. Sampson, 1845. 



74 



WARD 6. 



Samuel Appleton, 1822. 
Thomas Motley, 1822. 
Jesse Shaw, 1822, 34, 35. 
*William Sullivan, 1822. 
Joseph Stacy Hastings, 1823. 

24, 25, 26, 31, 32, 33, 34. 
*Jdel Prouty, 1823, 24. 
*John Stevens, 1823. See 12. 
William Wright, 1823, 24. See 

12. 
Thomas Wilev, 1824, 25, 26. 
Isaac Waters, 1825, 26, 27, 28, 

29, 39, 31, 32, 33, 36, 37. 

June, resigned, August, re- 
elected. 
*Samuel Thaxter, 1825, 26, 27. 

See Note. 
^Jonathan Loring, 1827. 
Joseph Warren Lewis, 1827. 
Francis Johonnot Oliver, See 

19, 1828. 
*Ebenezer Appleton, 1828. 
"David Moody, 1828. 
Samuel Austin, jr., 1829. April 

39. 
Jared Lincoln, 1829, 39. 
Samuel Goodhue, 1829. 
Joshua Seaver, jr., 1839. See 

Note. 
Benjamin Parker, January, 1839, 

February 22, seat vacated. 

See Note. 



Ensign Sargent, 1831. 

Stephen Titcomb, January, 183lj 

35. 
Jonathan Porter, 1832. 
Grenville Temple Winthrop, 

1832, 33, 34. 
Luther Parks, 1833. 
George Washington Bazin, 1834. 
Jonathan Chapman, 1835, 36, 

37, 38, 39. 
Amos Wood, 1835, 36. 
Henry Upham, 1836. 
Ezra Lincoln, 1837, 38, 39, 49, 

41, 42. 
Henry Edwards. See 7. 1837, 

38 
Newell Aldricli Thompson,1838 

39, 49, 41, May, resigned. 
Horace Williams, 1839. 
John Hubbard Wilkins, 1849, 

41, 42, 43. 
Elijah Williams, jr., 1849. 
Enoch Train, 1841, 42. 
Joseph Neale Howe, jr. July, 

1841, 42, 43. 
Peleg Whitman Chandler, 1843, 

44, 45. 
Kimball Gibson, 1843, 44, 45. 
John Gardner, 1844. 
Otis Clapp, 1844, 45. 
George S. Hillard, 1845. 



WARD 7 



^Jonathan Amory, 1822, 23. 
Patrick. Tracy Jackson, 1822. 
Augustus Peabodv, 1822, 26. 
Enoch Silsby, 1822, 23. 
Charles Pelham Curtis, 1823, 

24, 25, 26. 
Samuel Swett, 1823. 
*William Goddard, 1824, 25. 
*Elijah Morse, 1824, 25. 
Isaac Parker, 1824, 25, 26, 32, 

38, 39, 49. 
Edward Brdoks, 1826. 



*Samuel Dorr, 1827. 
Samuel Dexter Ward, 1827. 
John Arno Bacon, 1827, 28. 
Thomas Walley Phillips, 1827, 
John Belknap, 1828. 
Thomas Wren Ward, 1828, 

July, resigned, absence from 

the country. 
Waldo Flint, 1828. February, 

resigned, removed from City. 
*George Washington Adams, 

May, 1828, 29. May, died, 



75 



*Benjamin Toppan Pickraan, 

August, 1828, 29, 30, 31. 
Thomas Wetmore, 1829, 30, 31, 

32. 
Walter Frost, 1829. 
Isaac Danforth, May, 1829, 30. 
Elias Hasket Derby, 1830. 
Levi Bartlett, 1831, 32, 33, 34, 

37. 
Abbott Lawrence, 1831. 
Henry Rice, 1832, 33, 34, 38. 
William Tappan Eustis, 1833, 

34, 35, 36, 42. 
Josiah Quincy, jr., 1833, 34, 35, 

36. 
Horatio Masa Willis, 1835. 
James Means. See 4. 1835. 
Henry Edwards, 1836. See 6. 
James Thomas Hobart, 1836, 37. 
Thomas Buckminster Curtis, 

1837, 38. See 4. 



Simon Davis Leavens, 1837, 38 

44, 45. 
Philip Marett. See 11. 1839, 40 
Elbridge Gerry Austin. See 10 

1839, May, resigned. 
Ezra Child Hutchins, 1839, 40 

41. 
Edward Blake. See 4. May 

1839,40,41,42,43. 
John Plumer Healey, 1841, 42 
Theophilus Rogers Marvin 

1841, 42, 43. 
John Slade, jr., 1843. 
George Tyler Bigelow, 1843. 
Gideon F. Thayer. See 10. 1844, 

45. 
John B. Parker. See S. From 

May 23, 1844, 45. 
^Benjamin B. Appleton, 1844, 

died April 22. 
Joseph Bradlee, 1844, 45. 



WARD 8, (Formerly 9.) 



*David Watts Bradlee, 1822, 27. 
Peter Chardon Brooks, 1822. 
*James Perkins, 1822. 
*Benjamin Russell, 1822,23,24, 

27, 28. 
James Savage, 1823. See 10. 
Eliphalet Williams, 1823, 24, 25, 

27, 28, 29, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 
38, 39, 40, 41. 

Samuel King Williams, 1823, 24, 

28, 29. 

Benjamin Willis, 1824, 25. 
Jeffrey Richardson, 1825, 
Josiah Bradlee, 1825. 
Francis Bassett, 1826. 
Joseph Helger Thayer, 1826. 

See Note. 
Joseph Hawley Dorr, 1826. 
John Baker, 1826. 
Joshua Sears, 1827. See 3. 
Thomas Lamb, 1828. 
*Thomas Minns, 1829, 30, 31, 32. 
James Brackett Richardson, 

1829, 30, 31, 34. 



"Joseph Reynolds Newell, 1830, 

31. 
*Leach Harris, 1830, 31. 
Richard Hildreth, 1832. 
James Brown, 1832. 
John Lewis Dimmock, 1832. 
*Silas Bullard, 1833. 
Francis Osborn Watts, 1833. 
*Abner Bourne, 1833. 
Henry Sargent, 1834. 
Edward Cruft, jr., 1834, 35. 
"Ebenezer Bailey. See 10. 1835. 
Horace Dupee, 1835, 36, 37. 
William Greene Eaton, 1836, 37. 
Aaron Breed, 1836, 37. 
Benjamin Parker Richardson, 

1838,40,41,42,43,44. 
John Brooks Parker, 1838, 39. 
Thomas Jefferson Shelton, 1838, 

39, 40, 41. 

William Walker Parrott, 1839, 

40, 41. 

William Augustus Weeks, 1842 s 
43, 



76 



Josiah Moore Jones, 1842, 43. 
Benjamin Burcbstead, 1842, 43. 
Samuel Topliff, 1844, 45. 
George Whittemore, 1844, 45. 



Samuel Harris, 1844. 
James Hayward, 1845. 
Daniel Denny, 1845. 



WARD 9 . (Formerly S.) 



* Jonathan Davis, 1822, 23, 24. 

*Hawkes Lincoln, 1822, 23, 24. 

•William Prescott, 1822. 

John Welles, 1822, 23. 

Lewis Tappan, 1823. 

John Ballard, 1824. 

John Chipman Gray, 1324, 25, 

26, 27, 28. 
Franklin Dexter, 1825. 
Jeremiah Smith Boies, 1825, 26. 
•Levi Meriam, 1825, 26, 27. 
Charles Tony, 1826. 
•Gamaliel Bradford, 1827. 
John Prescott Bigelow, 1827, 28, 

29, 30, 31, 32, 33. 
•Norman Seaver, 1828. 
Daniel Lewis Gibbens. See 10. 

1828, 29, 35, 36. 
•Jacob Amee, 1829, 30, 31, 32,33. 
Levi Brigham, 182D, 30. 
•Edward Goldsborough Prescott, 

1830, 31, 32, 33, 34. 
Edward Huchinson Robbins, 

1831, 32. 

Oliver William Bourn Peabody, 
1833, 34. 



Benjamin Apthorp Gould, 1834, 

35, 36, 37. 
Isaac McLellan, jr., 1834. 
Zebedee Cook, jr., 1835. 
James Harris, 1835, 36, 37, 38. 
Thomas Coffin Amory, 1836, 37, 

38,39,40,41,42. 
Charles Brooks, 1837, 38, 39, 40. 
John Brooks Russell, 1838. 

June, resigned, removed from 

City. 
Jonathan Preston. See 10. 1339, 

40,41. 
Stephen Shelton. See 10. 1839, 

40, 41. 
*Moses Whitney, jr., 1841, 42. 
Charles Cook, 1842, 43, 44, 45, 

took the intermediate name of 

Edward, in 1842. 
John Rice Bradlee, 1842, 43. 
Andrew Townsend Hall, 1343, 

44, 45. 
Clement Willis, 1843, 44, 45. 
Charles H. Brown, 1344, 45. 



WARD 10 



•Andrew Drake, 1822. 
Daniel Lewis Gibbens, 1322. 

See 9. 
David Collson Moseley, 1822. 
•Isaac Stevens, 1822. 
Aaron Baldwin, 1823, 26. 
David Francis, 1823. 
Francis Johonnot Oliver, 1823, 

24, 25. See 6. 
Thomas Beale Wales, 1823, 24. 
James Savage. See 8. 1824, 25. 
Phineas Upham, 1824. 



"Jonathan Simonds, 1825, 27, 

28, 29. 
John Parker Rice, 1825, 26, 30. 
Solomon Piper, 1826, 35, 36, 37. 
Charles Barnard, 1826. 
George Brinley, 1827. 
William Parker, 1827, 23. 
Charles Sprague, 1327. See 11 

and 12. 
*John Lowell, jr., 1823, 29, 30. 
George Bethune, 1828. April, 

resigned, removed from city. 



77 



Robert Treat Paine, May, 1828. 

See 11. 
*Samuel Leonard Abbot, 1829, 

30, 31. 
Charles Casey Starbuck, 1829. 
Levi Bliss, 1830, 31. 
*Ebenezer Bailey, 1831, 32. 

See 8. 
Josiah Pierce, 1831, 32, 33. 
Francis Brinley, jr., 1832. See 

Note. 
John Collamore, jr., 1832. 
Daniel Messinger, 1833, 34. 
*Israel Martin, 1833, 34, 35, 36. 

March, resigned, removed 

from city. 
Thomas Richards Dascomb, 

1833, 34. 
William Reed, 1834. 
Richard Sullivan Fay, 1835. 
Jedediah Tuttle, 1835, 36, 37. 
Elbridge Gerry Austin, 1836, 37, 

38. See 7. 



Benjamin Yeaton, April, 1836, 

37, 38. 
Jonathan Preston, 1838. See 9. 
Stephen Shelton, 1838. See 9. 
Gideon French Thayer, 1839. 
Ruel Baker. See 11. 1839, 40, 

41. 
Winslow Lewis, jr. 1839. 
Lemuel Shattuck. See 11. 1839, 

40, 41. 
George William Phillips, 1840. 
Daniel Kimball, 1840, 41. 
Luther Blodgett, 1841, 42, 43. 
William Hay den, 1842, 43, 44, 

45. 
Jonathan Ellis, 1842, 43, 44. 
Henry Worthington Dutton, 

1842, 43, 44, 45. 
Horace Williams. See 6. 1844, 

45. 
James Dennison, 1845. 



WARD 11. 



*George Watson Brimmer, 1822. 
*Asa Bullard, 1822, 23. 
*Barzillai Homes, 1822. 
Winslow Lewis, 1822. 
*Charles Howard, 1823. 
Josiah Stedman, 1823, 24. 
*Joseph Willett, 1823. 
Samuel Frothingham, 1824, 25. 
Giles Lodge, 1824, 25, 26, 27. 
Charles Sprague, 1824. See 10 

and 12. 
George Morey, jr., 1825, 26, 27. 

See Note. 
*Joshua Vose, 1825, 26, 27. 
Thomas Brewer, 1826. 
Josiah Vose, 1827. 
Otis Everett, 1828, 29, 30, 31. 
Otis Turner, 1S28, 29. 
Perez Gill, 1828, 29, 30, 31. 
Payson Perrin, 1828, 29. 
Jabez Ellis, 1830, 31. 
Joseph Hav, 1830, 31, 32. 
John Lillie Phillips, 1832. 
*Gilman Prichard, 1832. 



Henry Willis Kinsman, 1832. 
Robert Treat Paine. See 10. 

1833, 34. 
John Doggett, 1833. 
Samuel Gilbert, jr., 1833. 
Ruel Baker, 1833, 34, 35. See 

10. 
Elias Bond Thaver, 1834, 35, 36. 
Philip Marett, 1834, 35, 36, 37, 

38. See 7. 
John Thompson, 1835, 36. 
Benjamin Marshall Nevers,1836. 
Lemuel Shattuck, 1837, 38. See 

10. 
Calvin Bullard, 1837, 38. 
*Thomas Vose, 1837, 38. 
Warren White. See 12. 1839. 
Samuel Wheeler. See 12. 1839. 
Elisha Copeland, jr., 1839. 
John Stevens, 1839, 40. 
Holmes Hinkley, 1840. 
George Savage. See 12. 1840. 
John Thomas Dingley. See 12. 

1840, 42. 



78 



John Gardner Nazro, 1841. 

Richard Urann, 1841, 

Edward Shirley Erving, 1841, 

43, 44. 
John Gray Roberts, 1841. 
William Dall, 1842. 
Asaph Parmelee, 1842. 
Robert Cowdin, 1842, 43. 



Isaac Cary, 1843, 44. 
Greenleaf Connor Sanborn, 

1843, 44, 45. 
Willliam Pope, 1844. 
John Green, jr. See 12. 1845. 
George Davis, 1845. 
Calvin W. Haven, 1845. 



WARD 12. 



Cyrus Alger, 1822. 
John French, 1822. 
*John Howe, 1822. 
Moses Williams, 1822. 
Samuel Bradlee, 1823, 24. 
Noah Brooks, 1823. 
Francis Jackson, 1823, 24. 
Charles Sprague, lb23. See 10 

and 11. 
"Isaac Thorn, 1S24. 
Charles Bemis, 1824. 
"John Stevens. See 6. 1825, 26. 

April, resigned 31, died, Dec. 
Adam Bent, 1825, 26, 27. 
"Oliver Fisher, 1825, 26, 29. 
Ephraim Groves Ware, 1825. 
Henry Hatch, 1826, 30, 31, 32. 
William Wright. See 6. 1827. 
"William Little, jr. See 2. 1827. 
"George Gay, 1827. 
Alpheus Cary, 182S. 
Walter Cornell, 1823, 29. 
Joseph Neal Howe, 1828. 
Benjamin Stevens, 1828. 
Aaron Willard, jr., 1829, 30, 31. 
Isaac Parker Townsend, 1829. 
Thomas Melville Vinson, 1830, 

31. 
"James Wright, 1830. 
Thomas Hunting, 1832, 33, 34, 

35. 
Ebenezer Hayward, 1832. 
Joseph Harris, jr., 1832, 33, 34. 
James Blake, 1833, 34. 
Josiah Dunham, 1833. 
Josiah Lee Currell Amee, 1834, 

39. March 7, seat vacated. 

March 21, returned. See Note. 

40. 



William Bradley Dorr, 1835. 

John Green, jr., 1835. 

"John Bliss Stebbins, 1835. 

Alpheus Stetson, 1836. 

Stephen Child, 1836. 

George Savage, 1836, 37. See 11. 

Solon Jenkins, 1836, 37. 

Josiah Dunham, jr., 1837. 

John Thomas Dingley, 1837. 
See 11. 

Jeremy Drake, 1838, 42, 43, 44. 

Nehemiah Pittman Mann, 1838. 

Samuel Wheeler, 1838. See 11. 

Warren White, 1838. See 11. 

Nicholas Noyes, 1839. March 
7, seat vacated. March 21, 
returned. See Note. 

George Page, 1839. March 7, 
seat vacated. March 21, re- 
turned. See Note. 40. 

Horatio Nelson Crane, 1839, 40. 

Eben Jackson, 1840, 43. 

Samuel Leeds, 1841. 

William Henry Howard, 1841. 

Seriah Stevens, 1841. 

William Burton Harding, 1841. 

Willis Howes, 1842. 

John Tillson, 1842, 43. 

Caleb Thurston, 1842. 

Romanus Emerson, 1843. 

Asa Brown, 1844. 

Henry W. Fletcher, 1844. 

Isaac Jones, 1844. 

Samuel C. Demerest, 1845. 

Thomas Jones, 1845. 

Samuel W. Sloan, 1845. 

Theophilus Stover, 1845. 



INDEX. 

ALDERMEN 



Alger, Cyrus 
Amory, Charles 
Andrews, William T. 
Armstrong, Samuel T. 
Ayer, J. Cullen 

B 

Baxter, Daniel 
Bellows, John 
Benjamin, Asher 
Bent, Adam 
Billings, Samuel 
Binney, John 
Blake, George 
Boies, Jeremiah S. 
Bowdoin, James 
Brimmer, Martin 
Bryant, John 

C 
Carnev, Daniel 
Child," David W. 
Clark, James 
Crane, Larra 

D 

Dorr, Joseph II. 
Dunham, Josiah 
Dyer, John D. 

E 
Eddy, Caleb 
Eliot, Ephraim 
Eliot, Samuel A. 
Ellis, Jabez 

F 
Fales, Samuel 
Farnam, Henry 
Fen nelly, Robert 
Fiske, Benjamin 



Greele, Samuel 
Gurney, Nathan 

II 

Hall, Jacob 
Hall, James 
Harris, Isaac 
Harris, James 
Harris, Richard D. 
Hathaway, John 
Hay ward, Joseph H. 
Head, Joseph 
Hooper, Stephen 
Hunting, Thomas 



Jackson, Francis 
Jenkins, Joseph 

K 

Kendall, Thomas 



Leavitt, Benson 
Leighton, Charles 
Lewis, Win slow 
Longley, James 
Loring, John F. 
Love ting, Joseph 
Lowe, Abraham T. 

M 
Marshall, Josiah 
M'Cleary, John B. 

O 

Odiorne, George 
Oliver, Henry J. 



Parker, William 
Patterson, Enoch 
Perkins, Samuel S. 
Pickering, John 



Pope, William 
Preston, Jonathan 

Gluincy, Samuel 

R 

Reed, Lyman 
Revere, Joseph W. 
Richardson, Thomas 
Robbins, Edward H. 
Robinson Simon W. 
Rogers, Henry B. 
Russell, Benjamin 
Russell, Nathaniel P. 



Savage, James 
Savage, James S. 
Stedman, Josiah 
Stevens, John. See Note. 
Shipley, Simon G. 

T 
Til den, Bryant P. 
Tilden, Joseph 
Tileston, William 

U 
Upham, Phineas 
Urann, Richard 



W 

Wales, Thomas B. 
Webster, Bedford. 

Note. 
Wells, Charles 
Wells, John B. 
Welsh, Thomas, jr. 
Wetmore, Thomas 
Wilkins, Charles 
Wilkinson, Simon 
Williams, Moses 



See 



COMMON COUNCIL 



Abbot, Samuel L. 
Adams, Aaron 
Adams, Asa 
Adams, George W. 



[The references are to Wards.'] 





Adams, Joseph T. 


4 


Amee, J. L. C. 


12 





Adams, Philip 


3 


Amory, Jonathan 


7 


2 


Adan, John R. 


3 


Amory, Thomas C. 


9 


3 


Alger, Cyrus 


12 


Andrews, Henry 


2 


7 


Amee, Jacob 


9 


Appleton, Samuel 


6 



80 



INDEX. 



7 
6 
3 
1 

10 
6 
2 



7 

10 



Appleton, Benj. B. 
Appleton, Ebenezer 
Arnold, Charles 
Aspinwall, Samuel 
Austin^ Klbridge G. 
Austin, Samuel, jr. 
Ayer, Joseph C. 

B 

Bacon, John A. 
Bailey, Ebenezer 

Baker, John 8 
Baker, Kuel 10, 11 

Ballard, Daniel 2 

Ballard, John 9 

Baldwin, Aaron 10 

Barry, William 1 

Barnard. Charles 10 

Birileit, Daniel, jr. 1 

Barileu, Levi 7 

Basseit, Joseph 1 

Basset t Francis 8 

Bales, Marlin 2 

Bales, Ezekiel 3 

Battles, Jason D 3 

Bazin, George W. 6 

Belknap. John 7 

Bern is. Charles 12 

Bent, Adam, 12 

Belhune. George 10 

Beilmi, X. C. 1 

Biselow, George T. 7 

Bigelow. John P. 9 

Blake, Edward 4. 7 

Blake. James 12 

Btanchard, A. W. 5 

Bliss Levi 10 

Blodgeit, Luther 10 

Boles, Jeremiah S. 9 

Boles, John 3 

Bimney, Pelham 5 

Bourne. Abner 8 

Boyd, John P. 2 

Boynton, Perkins 1 

Bracken, Richard 2 

Bradford, W. B. See Xote 

Bradford. Gamaliel 9 

Bradiee. David W. 8 

Bradlee, John R, 9 

Bradiee, Josiah 8 

Bradlee, Samuel 12 

Bradley, Joseph 3 

Breed. Aaron 8 

Brewer Thomas 11 

Brigham, Benajah 3, 4 

Brigham, Levi 9 
Brimmer. George W. 11 

Brinley, George 10 

Brinley. Francis, jr. 10 

Br.wks, Charles 9 

Brooks, Edward 7 

Brooks, Noah 12 

Bronks. Peter C. 8 

Brown Francis 5 

Brown. James 8 



Bullard, Asa 11 

Bullard, Calvin 11 

Bullard, Silas 8 
Burchstead, Benjamin 8 

Burr, Theophilus 5 

Buttrick, Cyrus 1 

Boynton, James 1 

Boardman, Charles 5 

Brown, Charles H. 9 

Brown, Asa 12 

Bradlee, Joseph 7 

C 

Carrulh, Nathan 2 

Cary. Isaac 11 

Cary,Alpheus 12 

Center, John 1 

Chandler, PelegW. 6 

Chapman, Jonathan 6 

Chessman. Samuel 3 

Child, Stephen 12 

Clark, Benjamin 2 

Clark, James 3 

Coffin, George W. 5 

C.illaninre, John, jr. 10 

Cook. Charles E. 9 

Cook. Zebedee, jr. 9 

Cooiidge, Joseph 4 

Copeland. Elisha, jr. 11 

Cornell, Walter 12 

Cowdin. Robert 11 

Crane, Horatio N. 12 

Crane. Larra 3 

Crockeit. Georse W. 4 

Crowninshield, F. B. 4 

Cruft. Edward, jr. 8 

Cumings, Bradley N. 1 

Cunningham, A., jr. 4 

Cunningham, N. F. 5 

Curtis. Charles P. 7 

Cunis, Thomas B. 4, 7 

Cuiier, Samuel L. 1 

Cutler. Ammi 4 

Clapp. Otis 6 

Carnes, William R. 2 

Cummings, Cyrus 3 

D 

Dall, William 11 

Dan forth, Isaac 7 

Dascomb, Thomas R. 10 

Davis. Henry 2 

Davis, Jonathan 9 

Derby, Elias H. 7 

Dexter. Franklin 9 

Dexier, Theodore, 3, 4 

Dickinson. Daniel 2 

Di I la way, William 1 

Di m mock, John L. 8 
Din-ley. John T. 11, 12 

Dodd. Benjamin 1 

Doggeit, John 11 

Dooliule. Lucius 4 

Dorr, Joseph H. 8 

Dorr, Samuel 7 



Dorr, William B. 


12 


Drake, Andrew 


10 


Drake Jeremy 


12 


Dudley, James H. 


3 


Dunbar, Peter 


1 


Dunham, Josiah 


12 


Dunham, Josiah, jr. 


12 


Dupee, Horace 


8 


Dutton, Henry W. 


10 


Dyer, Ezra 


5 


Dyer, John D. 


3 


Dyer, Oliver 


3 


Denny, Daniel 


8 


Dennison, James 


10 


Davis, George 


11 


Demerest Samuel C. 


12 



E 

Eaton, William 1, 3 

Eaton, William G. 8 

Edmands, George W. 5 

Edwards, Henry 6, 7 

Elliot. John 1 

Ellis, Ebenezer 5 

Ellis, Jabez 11 

Ellis, Jonathan 10 

Ellis, Rowland 3 

Ellis. Samuel 2 

Emerson, Romanus 12 

Emmes, Samuel 2 

Emmons, Joshua 3 

Ervine. Edward S. 11 

Enstis, William T. 7 

Eveleth, Joseph 4, 5 

Everett, Otis 11 

F 

Farnsworth, Amos 3 

Farnam, Henry 4 

Faxon, Nathaniel 2 

Fay, Richard S. 10 

Fennelly, Robert 1 

Fenno, John 2 

Fisher, Oliver 12 

F;sher, WillardN. 5 

Fitch, Jeremiah 4 

Flint, Joshua B. 4 

Flint. Waldo 7 

Follet, Dexter 3 

Fowle, Henry, jr. 2 

Fowle, James 5 

Fowle, Joshua B. 1 
Foster. Wm. Sse Note 

Fox, Horace 1 

Francis, David 10 

French, Charles 1 

French. John 12 

Frost, Walter 7 
Froihingham, Samuel 11 

Fuller. Abraham W. 3 

Fletcher. Henry W. 12 



G 

Gay. George 
Gibbens t Daniel L. 



12 
10 



INDEX 



81 



Gibson, Kimball, 6 

Gilbert. Samuel, jr. 11 

Gill, Perez 11 

Goddard, William 7 

Goodhue, Samuel 6 

Gordon. George W. 4 

Gore, Christopher 1 

Gould, Benjamin A. 9 
Gould, Frederick 1, 2 

Gould, Thomas 3 

Gragg, Washington P. 4 

Grant, Moses 4 

Gray, Henry D. 1 

Gray, John C. 9 

Greely, Philip, jr. 5 

Green, John, jr. 11, 12 
Grosvenor, l.em'l P. 1, 4 

Gardner, John 6 

H 

Hall, Andrew T. 9 

Hallet, George 4 

Hammond. Nathaniel 5 

Harding, William B. 12 

Harris, Isaac 1 

Harris, James 9 

Harris, Joseph, jr. 12 

Harris, Leach 8 
Hartshorn, Eliphalet P. 5 

Haskell, Elias 5 

Haskell, Levi B. 5 

Haskell, William O. 3 

Hastings, Edmund T. 5 

Hastings, Joseph S. 6 

Hatch,~Henry 12 

Hay, Joseph 11 

Hayden. William 10 

Hay ward, Ebenezer 12 

Healy, John P. 7 

Hildretb, Richard 8 

Hinckley, Holmes 11 

Hobart, Enoch 5 

Hobart, James T. 7 

Hollis, Thomas 2 

Holmes, Barz. 11 

Hooper, Henry N. 1 

Haughion, James 4 

Howard, Charles 11 

Howard, William H. 12 
Howard, Eleazer See Note 

Howe, John 12 

Howe, Joseph N. 12 

Howe, Joseph N., jr. 6 

Howe, William 4 

Howes, Willis ]2 

Hudson, Thomas 1 

Hunting, Thomas 12 

Hutchins, Ezra C. 7 

Hall, Samuel W. 4 

Hillard, George S. 6 

Harris, Samuel 8 

Hay ward. James 8 

Haven, Calvin W. 11 



Jackson, Eben. 



12 



Jackson, Francis 12 

Jackson. Patrick T. 7 

James, John W. 2, 4 

Jenkins, Solon 12 

Johnson, George W. 2 

Jones. Josiah M. 8 

Jones. Samuel 3 

Josselyn, Lewis 2 

Jones, Isaac 12 

Jones, Thomas 12 

K 

Keith, Eobert 1 

Kendall, Thomas 5 

Kent, Henry S. 2 

Kent. William V. 5 

Kimball, Benjamin 3 

, Kimball, Daniel 10 

| Kinsman. Henry Y\ r . 11 

Kendall, Timothy C. 3 

Lamb, Thomas 8 

| Lamson. Benjamin 2 

| Lane, George 5 

i Lawrence. Abbott, 7 

I Learnard William H. 1 

! Leavens, Simon D 7 

Leavut. Joseph M. 2 

i Leeds, Henry 1 

j Leeds, Samuel 12 

Leighton, Charles 5 

Lerow, Lewis 1 

Lewis, Asa 4 

Lewis, George W. 4 

Lewis, Joseph W. 6 

Lewis, Winslow 1 1 

Lewis, Winslow. jr. 10 

Libby, J. G. L. 1 

Lincoln, Ezra 6 

Lincoln, Havvkes 9 

Lincoln, Henry 4 

Lincoln, Jared 6 

Lincoln, Levi R. 3 

Little, William, jr. 2, 12 

Lodge, Giles 11 

Loring, Caleb G. 1 

Loring, Jonathan 6 

Lorine. Perez 5 

LovelL Michael 3 

Lovejoy, William R. 1 

Lowell, John. jr. 10 

Littlehale, Sargent S. 4 

Lawrence, S. Abbott 4 

M 

Mann, Nehemiah P. 12 
Marett, Philip 7, 11 

Martin, Israel 10 
Marvin, Theophilus R. 7 

McAlla^ter. James 5 

Mc Lei Ian. Isaac, jr. 9 

Means James 4, 7 

Meriam, Edward P. 5 

Meriam, Levi 9 



Messinger, Daniel 
Milton, Ephiaim 
Minns, Thomas 
Moody, David 
Morey, George, jr. 
Morse. Elijah 
Mosely, David C. 
Motley, Thomas 
Moulton, Thomas 
Munroe, James 



10 
2 
8 
6 

11 
7 

10 
6 
2 
2 



Nazro, John G, 11 

Nevers, Benjamin M. 11 

Newcom'o, Norton 1 

Newell, Joseph R. 8 

Norcross. Loring 5 

Noyes, Nicholas 12 

Nurse, Gilbert 1 

© 

Oliver, Francis J. 6, 10 

Oliver, Henry J. 1 

Olney, Siephen W. 2 

Orne, Henry 2 

Orrok. James L. P. 3 

Otis, Oeorge W. 5 

Otis, George W. jr. 5 

Ober. John P. 1 

Oliver, Samuel P. 1 

P 

Page, Edward 3 

Page, George 12 
Paee, Thaddeus 1,2 
Paine. Robert T. 10. 11 
Park/John C. ' 5 

Parks, Luther 6 

Parker, Amos B. 3 

Parker, Benjamin 6 

Parker, Isaac 7 
Parker, John B. 7,8 

Parker. William 5 

Parker^ William 10 

Parmelee. Asaph 11 

Parrott, William W. 8 

Peabody. Augustus 7 
Peaoody, Oliver W. B. 9 

Penniman. Scammell 2 

Perkins, James 8 

Perkins. John S. 5 

Perkins, Samuel 4 

Perrin, Pay son 11 

Phelps, Abel 5 

Phillips, Georpe W. 10 

Phillips. John L. 11 

Phillips, Thomas W. 7 
Pickman, Benjamin T. 7 

Pierce, Josiah 10 

Piper, Solomon 10 

Plympton, Henry 5 

Pollard, A bnerW. 2 

Porter, Jonathan 6 

Pratt. Eleazer 1 

Pray, Lewis G. 5 



82 



INDEX 



Prescott, Edward G. 9 

Prescoit, William 9 
Preston. Jonathan 9, 10 

Prichard. Gilman 11 

Prouty. Joel 6 

Pope/ William 11 

Quincy, Joskin, jr. 7 



Raymond, Fre.-born F. 2 

Raymond, Thatcher R. 2 

Raymond. Zebina L. 1 

Ravner, John 4 

Reed, Oliver 2 

Reed, Thomas 2 

Reed, William 10 

Rice, Henrv 7 

Rice. John P. 10 

Richardson, Bill 1 

Richardson, Jeffrey 8 

Richardson, James B. S 

Richardson, Beoj. P. 8 

Robbins, Edward H. 9 

Roberts, John G. 11 

Robinson, Simon W. 1 

Roulslone, IMichael 5 

Russell. Benj tmin 8 

Russell, John B. 9 



Sampson, George R. 5 

Sanborn, Rras. W. 2 
Sanborn, GreenleafC. 11 

Sargent, Ensign 6 

Sargent, Henry 8 
Sargent, Lucius M. See 

Note. 

Savage, George 11, 11 

Savage, James 8, 10 

Sears, Joshua 3, 8 

Seaver, Benjamin 5 

S?aver, Joshua, jr. 6 

Seaver, Norman 9 

Shattuck, Lemuel 10,11 

Shaw, Jesse 6 

Shiw, Robert G. 4 
Shelton, Thomas J. 8 

Shelton, Stephen 9, 10 

Shipley, Simon G. 3 

Silsby, Enoch 7 

Simonds, Jonathan 10 

Simonds, William 5 

Slade, John, jr. 7 

Sloan, Samuel W. 12 

Smith, George W. 2,3 

Snelling, Enoch H. 1 

Snelling, John 3 

Snow, Asa B. 3 

Snow, Eph. L. 5 



Spear. William T. 
Spooner, William B. 
Sprague, C. 10, II. 
Spr.igue, William 
Starbuck, Charles C. 
Stearns, Jacob 
Stebbins, John B. 
Stedman, Josiah 
Stetson, Alpheus 
Stevens, Benjamin 
Stevens, Isaac 
Stevens, John 6. 

Stevens, John 
Stevens, Seriah 
Stodder, Joseph 
Stone, Joseph 
Stover, Theophilus 
Stowe, Freeman 
Sturtevant, Noah 
Sullivan, AVilliam 
Swallow, Asa 
Swett, Samuel 

T 
Tappan, Lewis 
Tarbell, Silas P. 
Thaxter, Jonathan 
Thaxter, Samuel 
Thayer, Elias B. 
Thayer, Gideon F. 7 
Thayer, Joel 
Thayer, Joseph H. 
Thorn, Isaac 
Thomas, George F. 
Thompson, Erasmus 
Thompson, John 
Thompson, Newell A 
Thompson Thomas H 
Thurston, Caleb 
Tillson, John 
Titcomb, Stephen 
Tombs, Michael 
Topi iff, Samunl 
Torrey, Charles 
Torrey, Samuel D. 
Townsend, Isaac P. 
Townsend, Samuel R 
Tracy, Charles 
Train, Enoch 
Tremere, John B. 
Trull, Ezra 
Truman, John F. 
Tufts, Qaiincy 
Turner, Job 
Turner, John 
Turner, Otis 
Tuttle, Jedediah 

U 

Upham, Henry 



9 

4 

6 

11 

,10 

4 

8 

12 

2 

1 

11 

, 6 

. 1 

12 

12 

6 

1 

8 

9 

4 

12 

. 5 

5 

6 

1,2 

4 

2 

4 

1 

2 

11 

10 



Upham, Phineas 10 

Urann, Richard 11 



Vinson, Thomas M. 12 

Vose, Joshua 11 

Vose, Josiah 11 

Vose, Thomas II 

W 

Wakefield, Enoch H. 3 
Wales, Thomas H. 10 
Ward, Artemas 3 

Ward, Samuel 1). 7 

Ward, Thomas W. 7 

Ware, Ephraim G. 12 

Ware, Horatio G. 5 

Washburn, Calvin 5 

Washburn, W. R. P. 4 
Waters, Isaac 6 

Watts, Francis O. 8 

Weeks, William A. 8 
Wellington, Alfred A. 4 
Welles, John 9 

W T ells, Charles 1 

Wells, John B. 1,2 

W^ells, 'I homas 3 

Wetmore, Thomas 7 

Wheeler, Jost ph 1 

Wheeler, Samuel 11, 12 
Wheelwright, George 5 
White, Warren 11, 12 
3 
9 
4 
8 
6 
4 
6 
1 
12 
11 
6 
8 
6,7 
12 



Whiting, James 
Whitney, Moses, jr. 
W 7 biton, James M. 
W T hittemore, George 
Wiley, Thomas 
Wilkins, Charles 
W T ilkins, John H. 
Wilkinson, Simon 
W 7 illard, Aaron, jr. 
W 7 illetr, Joseph 
Williams, Elijah, jr. 
Williams, Eliphalet 
Williams, Horace 
Williams, Moses 
Williams, Samuel K. 8 
Willis, Benjamin 8 

Willis, Clement 9 

Willis, Horatio M. 7 

Winslow, Isaac 5 

Winthrop, Grenville T. 6 
Wood, Amos, 9 

Wood, Benjamin, 2d 2 
Wright, James 12 

Wright, William 6, 1 ! 
Wright, Winslow 5 



Yeaton, Benjamin 10 



TABLE OF CONTENTS. 





Page. 




Page > 


Aldermen, ... 


25 


Committee of Accounts, 


28 


Accounts, board of, 


32 


of Lunatic Hospi- 




Secretary of, 


32 


tal, - 


28 


Assessors, - 


31 


of Finance, - 


28 


Assistant, 


32 


of Public Lands, - 


28 


Secretary, 


32 


of Public Build- 




Auditor, ... 


31 


ings, _ 


28 


Assay Master, 


37 


of Public Instruc- 




Alien passengers, Super- 




tion, 


29 


intendent of, 


37 


of Jail, Houses of 
Correction and 




Bridges, Superintendents 




Reformation, 


29 


of, - - - - 


35 


of Police, 


30 


Burial Grounds, Superin- 




of Internal Health, 


30 


tendent of, - 


34 


of External Health, 


30 






of Fire Department, 


30 


Chaplain House of Cor- 




of Market, - 


30 


tion, - 


39 


of Common and 




Common Council, mem- 




Malls, 


30 


bers of, 


25 


of Burial Grounds, 




Rights and Duties 




&c, 


30 


of - 


11 


of Lamps, Bells, 




Rights and Duties 




and Clocks, 


30 


of the President, 


8 


of Bridges, - 


31 


Rules of, 


8 


of County Ac'ts, - 


31 


Standing Commit- 




of Licenses, - 


30 


tees of> 


31 


of Widening Streets 


, 30 


Clerk of, 


27 


of Paving and Re- 




President of, 


25 


pairs of Streets, 


30 


Committees, Joint Stand- 




of Common Sew- 




ing, - 


3 


ers and Drains, 


' 30 


of Mayor and Al- 




of Elections and 




dermen, - 


30 


and Returns, 


31 


of reduction of City 




of Enrolled Ordi- 




debt, 


28 


nances, 


31 



84 



CONTENTS 



Committee on Ordinances, 
on Fuel, 
on Water, 
on Treasury De- 
partment, 
Catalogue of the City 

Government, 
Census, &c., at various 
periods, ... 
Coroners, - 

Constables, - 
Clerk, City, - 
Cullers, of Dry Fish, 

Hoops and Staves, 
Crier, City, - 
Charitable Institutions, 
Public, 

Engineer, Chief, 

Assistants, 
Clerk of, 

Engines, - 

Fire Department, - 
Fence Viewers, 
Field Drivers, 
Foremen of Engines, 

Government of City, 

Health Department, 
House of Industry, 

Directors of, 

Superintendent of, 

Assistant, 
House of Correction, 

Overseers of, 

Master of, 
Hospital, Lunatic, 

Superintendent 
and Physician, 

Steward and Matron, 

Inspectors of Lime, 
Jailer, Deputy, 



Page. 
30 
29 
29 

29 



63 

57 
33 
33 
27 
37 
37 
38 

38 

35 
35 
35 
36 

35 
37 
37 
37 

25 

34 

38 
38 
38 
38 

38 
38 
38 
39 

39 
39 



33 



Page. 
Keeper of County Court 

House, 35 

Lumber, Surveyor Gene- 
ral of, ... 37 
Deputy Surveyors 

of, ... 37 

Lamps, Superintendent of, 35 

Mortality of Boston, 1820 

to 1845, ... 59 

Mayor, 25 

Municipal Court, see act, 32 
Judges and Clerk 

of, - - - 32 

Attorney, 32 

Crier of, - - 32 

Marshal, City, - - 33 

Deputies of, - 33 

Market, Clerk of, - - 35 

Assistant, - - 35 

Measurers of Wood and 

and Bark, 38 

Messenger, 27 

Night Police, - - 33 

Overseers of the Poor, - 39 

Ordinances, recent, - 18 

Pound Keeper, 37 
Public Lands, and Build- 
ings, Superintendent of, 35 
Police Department, - 32 
Police Court, - - 33 
Justices and Clerk, 33 
Messenger, - - 33 
Police Officers, - - 33 
Prisons, Inspectors of, - 34 
Port Physician, - - 34 
Physicians, Consulting, - 34 

Quarantine, 34 

Residences of members of 

the Government, - 25 



CONTENTS. 



85 



Page. 

Rainsford Island, Keeper 

of, - - - - 34 

Rules, Joint, of City Coun- 
cil, .... 3 

Rules of Common Coun- 
cil, .... 8 

Real and Personal Estate, 

value of, - - - 58 

Streets, Superintendent of, 34 
Surveyors of Highways, 34 
Surveyors of Hemp, - 37 
Solicitor, City, - - 32 
Sewers and Drains, Su- 
perintendent of, - - 34 
Sealers of Weights and 

Measures, 38 
Schools, Public, - - 40 
Instructers in, - 40 
Schedule of Num- 
ber of Pupils, - 43 





Page. 


School Committee, 


39 


Secretary to, 


39 


Primary do., 


44 


Sheriff, .... 


32 


Deputies, 


32 


Treasury Department, - 


31 


Treasurer, City, 


31 


Taxes, Collector of, 


31 


Deputies of, 


31 


Undertakers, - 


34 


Watch, City, 


33 


Captain of, - 


33 


Weighers of Hay, - 


37 


Boats and Lighters, 


37 


Ward Officers, 


52 


Boundaries, 


54 



ALMANAC 



FOB 18^5. 



If) 


Is 


Q 
S5 




55 

a 


D 


£ 






a 

55 




z 

c 


■1 

3 


c 


aj 


CO II D 

«H 1 c/3 


O 


3 


£ 


X 


EH 


< 


CO s 





3 
E- 


1 


3 


fa 


< 


t> 


::: 






1 


2 


3 


4 


II ::: 




1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


U 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


M 6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


tt 

S3 


12 


13 


14 


15 


16 


17 


18 


•3 13 


14 


15 


16 


17 


18 


19 


e 


19 


20 


21 


22 


23 


24 


25 


•?!' 20 


21 


22 


23 


24 


25 


26 




26 


27 


28 


29 


30 


31 




!!27 


28 


29 


30 


31 




::: 


U 


"2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


1 

8 


** 3 


4 


^5 


6 


*7 


1 

8 


2 
9 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


14 


15 


53 10 


11 


12 


13 


14 


15 


16 




16 


17 


18 


19 


20 


21 


9,9 


SP 17 


18 


A 9 


20 


21 


22 


23 


h 


23 


24 


25 


26 


27 


28 




5 24 
^!l31 


25 


26 


27 


28 


29 


30 








rf5 "2 

rt 16 

g 23 

30 


3 

10 
17 
24 
31 


4 

11 

18 
25 


5 

12 
19 
26 


6 
13 
20 

27 
::: 


7 
14 
21 

28 


1 

8 
15 
22 
29 


02 I 


7 

14 
21 

28 


1 

8 

15 

22 

29 


2 

9 

16 

23 

30 


3 
10 
17 
24 


4 
11 

18 
25 


1 5 
12 
19 
26 


6 
13 
20 

27 




u il ::: 


::: 


::: 


1 


2 


3 


4 


|| ::: 


::: 


1 


2 


« 


4 


5 


^ J ° 

12 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


53 6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


14 


15 


16 


17 


18 


&J13 


14 


15 


16 


17 


18 


19 


19 


20 


21 


22 


23 


24 


25 


<* 20 


21 


22 


23 


24 


25 


26 


26 


27 


28 


29 


30 


31 




II 27 


28 


2H 


30 




... 


... 
















|| ::: 






11 


21 


3 


£ 1 :;: 
> 2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


1 

8 


N.f 


5 


6 7 


8 


9j 


10 


1 9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


14 


15 


S 18 


12 


13 14 


15 


16 


17 


> 1G 


17 


18 


19 


20 


21 


22 


19 20 21 


22 


23 


24 


2 P3 

s !:3o 


24 


25 


26 


27 


28 


29 


25 26 27 28 


29 


30 


31 
















1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 l 


7 


u 


::: | 1 


2| 3 


4 


5 6 





8 


» 


10 


11 


12 


13 


14 


a 



7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


C 15 
•?|22 


i 6 


17 


18 


19 


20 


21 


14 


15 


16 


17 


18 


19 


20 


23 


24 


25 


26, 


27 1 


28 


8 


21 


22 


23 


24 


25 


26 


27 


Ii29 


30 


::: 


::: | ::: | 


::: I 




q 


28 


29 


30 


31 










ill 



^®§IN^ 





■:-/