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THE NEW HAMPSHIRE 



MANUAL 



OF 



Useful Information 



PUBLISHED, BY AUTHORITY OF THE LEGISLATURE^ 



BY THE 



SECRETARY OF STATE. 



1889. 



MANCHESTER : 

JOHN B. CLARKE, PUBLIC PRINTER 

1889. 



O l»j 



CONTENTS. 



PAGE 

Declaration of independence, in Congress, July 4, 1776 8 

Constitution of the United States 8 

Amendments 21 

Steps preliminary to constitutional government 26 

New Hampshire declaration of independence 30 

Declaration of rights and plan of government 33 

Constitution of 1784 40 

Bill of rights and form of government 46 

Constitutional conventions, 1791-1889 65 

Constitution as amended March 12, 1889 67 

United States government : 

Cabinet and courts 99 

Fifty-first Congress, — Senate 100 

House 104 

Post-offices in New Hampshire 116 

Telegraph offices in New Hampshire 116 

Towns and town officers 125 

Cities and city officers 178 

Justices of the peace 187 

Notaries public 231 

Commissioners in other States 237 

Vote for president of the United States, 1852-1864 240 

1868-1880 256 

1884 272 

Summary by counties, 1852-1884 281 

Vote for president and congressmen, Nov. 6, 1888 2S4 

Vote for governor and number of names on check-list, 1888, 

and population, 1880 296 

Vote for councilors, Nov, ^, X888 309 



CONTENTS. 

Vote for senators 319 

Vote on constitutional amendments, 1889 333 

Vote for county officers 350 

United States courts in New Hampshire 376 

State courts 377 

Supreme court 379 

Probate courts 381 

County officers, elected Nov. 6, 1888 384 

Presidents and governors 388 

Sessions of the Legislature 390 

State government : 

Governor and Council 394 

Department officers, commissioners, and trustees 394 

Governor and staff 400 

General Court, 1889-1890 401 

Senate 401 

House of Representatives 402 

Senate standing committees 409 

House standing committees 410 

Joint standing committees 416 

Location of committee-rooms 417 

Representatives alphabetically arranged 418 

Joint rules of Senate and House 427 

Rules of the Senate 430 

Rules of the House 436 



ADDITIONS AND CORRECTIONS. 



Page fi6. After fifth line from the top, tnsertlSlS, June 24. Yea, 532; Nay, ](;,144. 

Page 6(5. Twentieth line from the toy) : for 1775 read 1875. 

Page 69. Article 10 : strike out the words " where they cannot be classed." 

Page 112. Eighth lino from the top : read S. J. Randall. 

Page 181. Twelfth line from the top : read W. H. Spalter. 



THE DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE. 



IX CONGRESS, JULY 4, 1776. 



THE UNANIMOUS DECLARATION OF THE THIRTEEN UNITED STATES 

OF AMERICA. 



When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for 
one people to dissolve the political bands which have connected 
them with another, and to assume among the powers of the earth 
the separate and equal station to which the laws of nature and of 
nature's God entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions of man- 
kind requires that they should declare the causes which impel them 
to the separation. 

We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created 
equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unaliena- 
ble rights, that among these are life, libertj', and the pursuit of hap- 
piness. That to secure these rights governments are instituted 
among men, deriving their just poAvers from the consent of the gov- 
erned. That whenever any form of government becomes destruc- 
tive of these ends, it is the right of the peoj)le to alter or to abolish 
it, and to institute new government, laying its foundation on such 
principles and organizing its i)owers in such form as to them shall 
seem most likely to effect their safety and haj^piness. Prudence, 
indeed, will dictate that governments long established should not be 
changed for light and transient causes ; and accordingly all experi- 
ence has shown that mankind are more disposed to suffer, while evils 
are suflferable, than to right themselves by abolishing the forms to 
which they are accustomed. But when a long train of abuses and 
usurpations, pursuing invariably the same object, evinces a design 



4 NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 

to reduce them under absolute despotism, it is their right, it is their 
duty, to throw off such government, and to provide new guards for 
their future security. Such has been the patient sufferance of these 
colonies ; and such is now the necessity which constrains them to 
alter their former systems of government. The history of the pres- 
ent king of Great Britain is a history of repeated injuries and 
msurpations, all having indirect object the establishment of an abso- 
lute tyranny over these States. To prove this, let facts be submitted 
to a candid world. 

He has refused his assent to laws, the most wholesome and neces- 
sary for the 23ublic good. 

He has forbidden his governors to pass laws of immediate and 
pressing importance, unless suspended in their operation till his 
assent should be obtained ; and when so suspended, he has utterly 
neglected to attend to them. 

He has refused to pass other laws for the accommodation of large 
districts of people, unless those people would relinquish the right of 
representation in the Legislature, a right inestimable to them and 
formidable to tyrants only. 

He has called together legislative bodies at places unusual, un- 
comfortable, and distant from the depository of their public rec- 
ords, for the sole purpose -of fatiguing them into compliance with 
his measures. 

He has dissolved representative houses repeatedly for opijosing 
with manly firmness his invasions on the rights of the people. 

He has refused, for a long time after such dissolutions, to cause 
others to be elected ; whereby the legislative jjowers, incapable of 
annihilation, have returned to the people at large for their exercise ; 
the State remaining in the meantime exposed to all the dangers of 
invasion from without and convulsions within. 

He has endeavored to prevent the population of these States ; for 
that purpose ol)structing the laws for naturalization of foreigners, 
refusing to pass others to encourage their migration hither, and 
raising the conditions of new appropriations of lands. 

He has obstructed the administration of justice by refusing his 
assent to laws for establishing judiciary powers. 

He has made judges dependent on his will alone for the tenure of 
their offices and the amount and payment of their salaries. 



THE DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE. 5 

He has erected a multitude of new offices, and sent hither 
swarms of officers to harass our people and eat out their substance. 

He has kej^t among us, in times of peace, standing armies with- 
out the consent of our Legislature. 

He has aifected to render the military independent of and supe- 
rior to the civil power. 

He has combined with others to subject us to a jurisdiction foreign 
to our Constitution and unacknowledged by our laws ; giving his 
assent to their acts of pretended legislation : 

For quartering large bodies of armed troops among us : 

For protecting them by a mock trial from punishment for any 
murders which they should commit on the inhabitants of these 
States : 

For cutting off our trade with all parts of the world : 

For imposing taxes on us without our consent : 

For depriving us in many cases of the benefit of trial by jury : 

For transporting us beyond seas to be tried for pretended offences : 

For abolishing the free system of English laws in a neighboring 
province, establishing therein an arbitrary government, and enlarg- 
ing its boundaries, so as to render it at once an example and fit 
instrument for introducino; the same absolute rule into these colo- 
nies : 

For taking away our charters, abolishing our most valuable laws, 
and altering fundamentally the forms of our government : 

For suspending our own Legislature, and declaring themselves 
invested with 23ower to legislate for us in all cases whatsoever. 

He has abdicated government here by declaring us out of his pro- 
tection, and wao;ino; war ao^ainst us. 

He has plundered our seas, ravaged our coasts, burnt our towns, 
and destroyed the lives of our people. 

He is at this time transporting large armies of foreign mercenaries 
to comj)lete the works of death, desolation, and tyranny already 
begun with circumstances of cruelty and perfidy scarcely j^aralleled 
in the most barbarous ao;es, and totallv unworthv the head of a civ- 
ilized nation. 

He has constrained our fellow citizens, taken captive on the high 
seas, to bear arms against their country', to become the executioners 
of their friends and brethren, or to fall themselves by their hands. 



b NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 

He has excited domestic insurrections among us, and lias endeav- 
ored to bring on the inhabitants of our frontiers the merciless Indian 
savages, whose known rule of warfare is an undistinguished destruc- 
tion of all ages, sexes, and conditions. 

In every stage of these oppressions we have petitioned for redress 
in the most humble terms. Our rejDeated petitions have been 
answered only by repeated injury. A prince, whose character is 
thus marked by every act which may define a tyrant, is unfit to be 
the ruler of a free f)eople. 

Nor have we been wanting in attention to our British brethren. 
We have warned them from time to time of attemj)ts by their Leg- 
islature to extend an unwarrantable jurisdiction over us. We have 
reminded them of the circumstances of our emigration and settle- 
ment here. We have ajDjiealed to their native justice and magna- 
nimity, and we have conjured them by the ties of our common 
kindred to disavow these usur23ations, which would inevitably inter- 
rupt our connections and correspondence. They, too, have been 
deaf to the voice of justice and of consanguinity. We must, there- 
fore, acquiesce in the necessity which denounces our separation, and 
hold them, as we hold the rest of mankind, enemies in war, in 
peace, friends. 

We, therefore, the representatives of the United States of Amer- 
ica, in General Congress assembled, apjjealing to the Supreme Judge 
of the world for the rectitude of our intentions, do, in the name and 
by authority of the good people of these colonies, solemnly publish 
and declare that these united colonies are, and of right ought to be, 
free and independent States ; that they are absolved from all alle- 
giance to the British crown, and that all political connection between 
them and the State of Great Britain is, and ought to be, totally dis- 
solved ; and that as free and independent States, they have full 
power to levy war, conclude peace, contract alliances, establish 
commerce, and to do all other acts and things which independent 
States may of right do. And for the support of this Declaration, 
with a firm reliance on the protection of Divine Providence, we 
mutually pledge to each other our lives, our fortunes, and our 
sacred honor. JOHN HANCOCK. 

New Hampshire. — Josiah Bartlett, Wm. Whipple, Matthew 
Thornton. 



THE DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE. 7 

Massachusetts Bay. — Saml. Adams, John Adams, Robt. Treat 
Paine, Elbridge Gerry. 

Rhode Island. — Step. Hopkins, William Ellery. 

Connecticut. — Roger Sherman, Sam'el Huntington, Wm. Wil- 
liams, Oliver Woleott. 

New Yokk. — Wm. Floyd, Phil. Livingston, Frans. Lewis, Lewis 
Morris. 

New Jersey. — Richd. Stockton, Jno. Witherspoon, Fras. Hop- 
kinson, John Hart, Abra. Clark. 

Pennsylvania. — Robt. Morris, Benjamin Rush, Benja. Franklin, 
John Morton, Geo. Clymer, Jas. Smith, Geo. Taylor, James Wilson, 
Geo. Ross. 

Delaayare. — Caesar Rodney, Geo. Read, Tho. M'Kean. 

Maryland. — Samuel Chase, Wm. Paca, Thos. Stone, Charles 
Carroll of Carrol Iton. 

Virginia. — George Wythe, Richard Henry Lee, Th. Jefferson, 
Benja. Harrison, Thos. Nelson, Jr., Francis Lightfoot Lee, Carter 
Braxton. 

North Carolina. — Wm. Hooper, Joseph Hewes, John Penn. 

South Carolina. — Edward Rutledge, Thos. Heywood, Junr., 
Thomas Lynch, Junr., Arthur Middleton. 

Georgia. — Button Gwinnett, Lyman Hall, Geo. Walton. 



CONSTITUTION 



OF THE 



UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. 



PREAMBLE. 
Constitution, why adopted. 

ARTICLE I. 
SECTION 

1. Legislative powers, in whom 
vested. 

2. House of Representatives, liow 
chosen ; qiialiflcations ; appoi"- 
tionment and direct taxes ; cen- 
sus; vacancies filled; officers 
chosen; impeachment. 

3. Senate, how chosen ; classified; 
vacancies filled; qualifications; 
Vice-President to preside, to 
vote only when; president pro 
tern.; impeachments. 

4. Senators and representatives, 
times, etc., of electing; hy whom 
prescribed; annual sessions. 

5. Each house to judge of the elec- 
tion, etc., of its own members; 
quorum; adjournment; rules, 
disorder, expulsion; journals; 
j^eas and nays; adjournments 
limited . 

6. Members' compensation; priv- 
ileges; disqualifications. 

7. Revenue bills, where to origi- 
nate; President's veto, con- 
trolled by two-thirds vote; re- 
tention of bill ten days, effect; 
orders, etc., treated as bills. 



Section 

8. Powers of Congress. 

9. Immigration restricted; habeas 
corpus; bills of attainder ; ap- 
portionment of taxes; no export 
duty ; no commercial prefer- 
ences ; no money drawn from 
treasury, unless appropriated; 
no title of nobility; no presents. 

10. Powers of States; certain, re- 
stricted. 

ARTICLE II. 

1. Executive powers, in whom 
vested; President and Vice- 
President, their term; electors; 
President's qualifications; re- 
moved, etc., duties devolve on 
whom; compensation and oath. 

2. President, commander-in-chief; 
may require opinions of cabi- 
net, pardon offences, make 
treaties, nominate officers and 
fill vacancies. 

3. President to inform, convene, 
and adjourn Congress, receive 
ambassadors, execute the laws, 
and commission officers. 

4. President, etc., removable on 
impeachment. 

ARTICLE III. 

1. Judicial power; courts; judg- 
es' tenure and compensation. 



CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES. 



9 



Section 

2. Judicial power extends to what 
cases; supreme court jurisdic- 
tion, original and appellate; 
trial by jury, etc., where. 

3. Treason; definition, proof, pun- 
ishment; attainder limited. 

ARTICLE IV. 

1. Interstate credit to public acts, 
etc. 

2. Interstate comity; fugitives 
from justice and service to be 
delivered up. 

3. New States, admission restrict- 
ed; Territories, etc., under ju- 
risdiction of Congress. 

4. Republican. form of government 
and protection guaranteed the 
States. 

ARTICLE V. 

Constitution, how amended; 
proviso. 

ARTICLE VI. 

Certain debts, valid; the su- 
preme law of the land, what; 
oath to support Constitution, by 
whom taken; no religious test. 

ARTICLE VII. 
Constitution, how ratified. 



2, 
3. 

4. 

5. 



8. 

9. 

10. 

IL 
12. 

13. 
14. 



15. 



AMENDMENTS. 

No religious establishment ; re- 
ligious toleration; free speech; 
a free press; the right of peti- 
tion. 

Right to keep and bear arms. 
Quartering of soldiers regulat- 
ed. 

Right of seai'ch and seizure reg- 
ulated. 

Prosecutions, trials, punish- 
ments, and taking private prop- 
erty regulated. 

Criminal prosecutions, addi- 
tional. 

Trial by jury, in civil cases. 
Bail, fines and punishments, 
limited. 

Rule of construction, as to cer- 
tain rights. 

Powers not delegated or prohib- 
ited, reserved. 
Judicial power, its extent. 
President and Vice-President, 
how chosen. 
Slavery abolished. 
Citizens and their rights; rep- 
resentatives appoi'tioned; oflB- 
cial disabilities; validity of the 
public debt; invalidity of the 
rebel debt. 

Citizenship secured, regai'dless 
of race, color, or previous con- 
dition of servitude. 



We, the people of the United States, in order to form a more per- 
fect union, establi.sh justice, insure domestic tranquillity, provide for 
the common defence, promote the general welfare, and secure the 
blessings of liberty to ourselves and our posterity, do ordain and 
establish this Constitution for the United States of America. 



ARTICLE I. 

Section 1. All legislative powers herein granted shall be vested 
in a Congress of the United States, which shall consist of a Senate 
and House of Representatives. 



10 NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 

Sect. 2. The House of Representatives shall be composed of 
members chosen every second year by the jDcople of the several 
States ; and the electors in each State shall have the qualifications 
requisite for electors of the most numerous branch of the State Leg- 
islature. 

No person shall be a representative who shall not have attained 
the age of twenty-five years, and been seven years a citizen of the 
United States, and who shall not, when elected, be an inhabitant of 
that State in which he shall be chosen. 

Representatives and direct taxes shall be apportioned among the 
several States which may be included within this Union, according 
to their respective numbers, which shall be determined by adding 
to the whole number of free persons, including those bound to ser- 
vice for a term of years, and excluding Indians not taxed, three 
fifths of all other persons. The actual enumeration shall be made 
within three years after the first meeting of the Congress of the 
United States, and within every subsequent term of ten years, in 
such manner as they shall by law direct. The number of represen- 
tatives shall not exceed one for every thirty thousand, but each 
State shall have at least one rej^resentative ; and until such enumer- 
ation shall be made the State of New Hampshire shall be entitled to 
choose three ; Massachusetts, eight ; Rhode Island and Providence 
Plantations, one ; Connecticut, five ; New York, six ; New Jersey, 
four ; Pennsylvania, eight ; Delaware, one ; Maryland, six ; Vir- 
ginia, ten ; North Carolina, five ; South Carolina, five ; and Georgia, 
three. 

When vacancies happen in the representation from any State, the 
executive authority thereof shall issue writs of election to fill such 
vacancies. 

The House of Representatives shall choose their speaker and 
other oflScers, and shall have the sole power of impeachment. 

Sect. 3. The Senate of the United States shall be composed of 
two senators from each State, chosen by the Legislature thereof, 
for six years ; and each senator shall have one vote. 

Immediately after they shall be assembled in consequence of the 
first election, they shall be divided as equally as may be into three 
classes. The seats of the senators of the first class shall be vacated 
at the expiration of the second year, of the second class at the expi- 



CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES. 11 

ration of the fourth year, and of the third cUxss at the expiration of 
the sixth year, so that one third may be chosen every second year ; 
and if vacancies happen by resignation or otherwise, during the 
recess of the Legislature of any State, the executive thereof may 
make temporary appointments until the next meeting of the Legis- 
latvrre, which shall then fill such vacancies. 

No person shall be a senator who shall not have attained to the 
age of thirty years, and been nine years a citizen of the United 
States, and who shall not, when elected, be an inhabitant of that 
State for which he shall be chosen. 

The Vice-President of the United States shall be president of the 
Senate, but shall have no vote unless they be equally divided. 

The Senate shall choose their other officers, and also a president 
2)ro tempore, in the absence of the Vice-President, or when he shall 
exercise the office of President of the United States. 

The Senate shall have the sole power to try all impeachments ; 
when sitting for that purpose they shall be on oath or affirmation. 
When the President of the United States is tried, the Chief Justice 
shall preside ; and no person shall be convicted without the concur- 
rence of two thirds of the members present. 

Judgment in case of impeachment shall not extend further than 
to removal from office, and disqualification to hold and enjoy any 
office of honor, trust, or profit under the United States; but the 
party convicted shall nevertheless be liable and subject to indict- 
ment, trial, judgment, and punishment, according to law. 

Sect. 4. The times, places, and manner of holding elections for 
senators and representatives shall be prescribed in each State by 
the Legislature thereof ; but the Congress may, at anytime, bylaw, 
make or alter such regulations, except as to the places of choosing 
senators. 

The Congress shall assemble at least once in every year, and such 
meeting shall be on the first Monday in December, unless they shall 
by law appoint a different day. 

Sect. 5. Each house shall be the judge of the elections, returns, 
and qualifications of its own members, and a majority of each shall 
constitute a quorum to do business ; but a smaller number may ad- 
journ from day to day, and may be authorized to compel the atten- 
dance of absent members, in such manner and under such penalties 
as each house may provide. 



12 NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 

Each house may determine the rules of its proceedings, punish 
its members for disorderly behavior, and, with the concurrence of 
two thirds, expel a member. 

Each house shall keep a journal of its proceedings, and from 
time to time publish the same, excepting such part as may, in their 
judgment, require secrecy ; and the yeas and nays of the members 
of either house, on any question, shall, at the desire of one fifth of 
those present, be entered on the journal. 

Neither house, during the session of Congress, shall, without the 
consent of the other, adjourn for more than three days, nor to any 
other place than that in which the two houses shall be sitting. 

Sect. 6. The senators and representatives shall receive a com- 
'pensation for their services, to be ascertained by law, and paid out 
of the treasury of the United States. They shall, in all cases, ex- 
cept treason, felony, and breach of the peace, be imvileged from 
arrest during their attendance at the session of their resjiective 
houses, and in going to and returning from the same ; and for any 
speech or debate in either house they shall not be questioned in any 
other place. 

No senator or representative shall, during the time for which he 
was elected, be appointed to any civil office under the authority of 
the United States, which shall have been created, or the emoluments 
whereof shall have been increased, during such time ; and no per- 
son holding any office under the United States shall be a member of 
either house during his continuance in office. 

Sect. 7. All bills for raising revenue shall originate in the 
House of Representatives ; but the Senate may propose or concur 
with amendments, as on other bills. 

Every bill which shall have passed the House of Representatives 
and the Senate shall, before it becomes a law, be presented to the 
President of the United States. If he approve, he shall sign it ; but 
if not, he shall return it, with his objections, to that house in which 
it shall have originated, who shall enter the objections at large on 
their journal, and proceed to reconsider it. If, after such reconsid- 
eration, two thirds of that house shall agree to pass the bill, it shall 
be sent, together with the objections, to the other house, by which 
it shall likewise be reconsidered, and if approved by two thirds of 
that house, it shall become a law. But in all such cases the votes 



CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES. 13 

of both houses shall be determined by yeas and nays, and the names 
of the persons voting for and against the bill shall be entered on 
the journal of each house respectively. If any bill shall not be 
returned by the President within ten days (Sundays excepted) after 
it shall have been presented to him, the same shall be a law in like 
manner as if he had signed it, unless the Congress, by their adjourn- 
ment, prevent its return, in which case it shall not be a law. 

Every order, resolution, or vote to which the concurrence of the 
Senate and House of Representatives may be necessary (except on a 
question of adjournment) shall be presented to the President of the 
United States ; and, before the same shall take effect, shall be ap- 
proved by him, or, being disapproved by him, shall be repassed by 
two thirds of the Senate and House of Representatives, according to 
the rules and limitations prescribed in the case of a bill. 

Sect. 8. The Congress shall have power : To lay and collect 
taxes, duties, imposts, and excises to pay the debts and provide for 
the common defence and general welfare of the United States, but 
all duties, imposts, and excises shall be uniform throughout the 
United States; to borrow money on the credit of the United States; 
to regulate commerce with foreign nations and among the several 
States, and with the Indian tribes ; to establish a uniform rule of 
naturalization, and uniform laws on the subject of bankruptcies 
throughout the United States ; to coin money, regulate the value 
thereof and of foreign coin, and fix the standard of weights and 
measures ; to provide for the punishment of counterfeiting the secu- 
rities and current coin of the United States ; to establish post-offices 
and post-roads ; to promote the progress of science and useful arts, 
by securing for limited times to authors and inventors the exclusive 
right to their respective writings and discoveries; to constitute tri- 
bunals inferior to the supreme court; to define and punish piracies 
and felonies committed on the high seas, and offences against the 
law of nations ; to declare war, grant letters of marque and reprisal, 
and make rules concerning captures on land or water ; to raise and 
support armies ; but no appropriation of money to that use shall be 
for a longer term than two years; to provide and maintain a navy; 
to make rules for the government and regulation of the land and 
naval forces ; to provide for calling forth the militia to execute the 
laws of the Union, suppress insurrections, and repel invasions ; to 



14 NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 

provide for organizing, arming, and disciplining the militia, and for 
governing such part of them as may be employed in the service of the 
United States, reserving to the States respectively the appointment of 
the officers and the authority of training the militia according to the 
discipline prescribed by Congress; to exercise exclusive legislation in 
all cases whatsoever, over such district (not exceeding ten miles 
square) as may, by cession of particular States and the acceptance of 
Congress, become the seat of the government of the United States, 
and to exercise like authority over all places purchased by the con- 
sent of the Legislature of the State in which the same shall be, for 
the erection of forts, magazines, arsenals, dock-yards, and other need- 
ful buildings; and to make all laws which shall be necessary and 
proper for carrying into execution the foregoing powers, and all 
other powers vested by this Constitution in the government of the 
United States, or in any department or office thereof. 

Sect. 9. The migration or importation of such persons as any 
of the States now existing shall think proper to admit shall not be 
prohibited by the Congress prior to the year one thousand eight hun- 
dred and eight; but a tax or duty may be imposed on such impor- 
tation, not exceeding ten dollars for each person. 

The privilege of the writ of habeas corpus shall not be suspended, 
unless when, in cases of rebellion or invasion, the public safety may 
require it. 

No bill of attainder or ex post facto law shall be passed. 

No capitation or other direct tax shall be laid, unless in proportion 
to the census or enumeration hereinbefore directed to be taken . 

No tax or duty shall be laid on articles exported from any State. 

No preference shall be given by any regulation of commerce or rev- 
enue to the ports of one State over those of another; nor shall vessels 
bound to or from one State be obliged to enter, clear, or pay duties in 
another. 

No money shall be drawn from the treasury but in consequence of 
appropriations made by law ; and a regular statement and account of 
the receipts and expenditures of all public money shall be published 
from time to time. 

No title of nobility shall be granted by the United States, and 
no person holding any office of profit or trust under them shall, 
without the consent of the Congress, accept of any present, emolu- 



CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES. 15 

ment, office, or title of any kind whatever, from any king, prince, 
or foreign State. 

Sect. 10. No State shall enter into any treaty, alliance, or con- 
federation ; grant letters of marque and reprisal; coin money; emit 
bills of credit; make anything but gold and silver coin a tender in 
payment of debts ; pass any bill of attainder, ex x>ost facto law, or 
law impairing the obligation of contracts; or grant any title of no- 
bility. 

No State shall, without the consent of the Congress, lay any im- 
posts or duties on imports or exports, except what may be absolutely 
necessary for executing its inspection laws ; and the net produce of 
all duties and imposts, laid by any State on imports or exports, shall 
be for the use of the treasury of the United States ; and all such laws 
shall be subject to the revision and control of the Congress. 

No State shall, without the consent of Congress, lay any duty on 
tonnage, keep troops or- ships of war in time of peace, enter into 
any agi'eement or compact with another State or with a foreign 
power, or engage in war, unless actually invaded, or in such immi- 
nent danger as will not admit of delay. 

ARTICLE II. 

Section 1. The executive power shall be vested in a President 
of the United States of America. He shall hold his office during 
the term of four years, and, together with the Vice-President chosen 
for the same term, be elected as follows : 

Each State shall appoint, in such manner as the Legislature there- 
of may direct, a number of electors equal to the whole number of 
senators and representatives to which the State may be entitled in 
the Congress ; but no senator or representative, or person holding an 
office of trust or profit under the United States, shall be appointed an 
elector. 

[The electors shall meet in their respective States, and vote by ballot 
for two persons, of whom one, at least, shall not be an inhabitant of 
the same State with themselves. And they shall make a list of all the 
persons voted for, and the number of votes for each ; which list they 
shall sign and certify, and transmit sealed to the seat of the govern- 
ment of the United States, directed to the president of the Senate. 



16 NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 

The president of the Senate shall, in the presence of the Senate and 
House of Representatives, open all the certificates, and the votes shall 
then be counted. The person having the greatest number of votes 
shall be the President, if such number be a majority of the whole 
number of electors appointed ; and if there be more than one who 
have such majority, and have an equal number of votes, then the 
House of Representatives shall immediately choose, by ballot, one 
of them for President ; if no person have a majority, then, from the 
five highest on the list the said House shall in like manner choose 
the President. But in choosing the President the vote shall be taken 
by States, the representation from each State having one vote; a 
quorum for this purpose shall consist of a member or members from 
two thirds of the States, and a majority of all the States shall be 
necessary to a choice. In every case, after the choice of the Pres- 
ident, the person having the greatest number of votes of the electors 
shall be Vice-President. But if there should remain two or more 
who have equal votes, the Senate shall choose from them, by ballot, 
the Vice-President.*] 

The Congress may determine the time of choosing the electors, and 
the day on which they shall give their votes ; which day shall be the 
same throughout the United States. 

No person except a natural-born citizen, or a citizen of the United 
States at the time of the adoption of this Constitution, shall be eligi- 
ble to the office of President ; neither shall any person be eligible to 
that office who shall not have attained to the age of thirty-five years, 
and been fourteen years a resident within the United States. 

In case of the removal of the President from office, or of his death, 
resignation, or inability to discharge the powers and duties of the 
said office, the same shall devolve on the Vice-President; and the 
Congress may by law provide for the case of removal, death, resigna- 
tion, or inability, both of the President and Vice-President, declar- 
ing what officer shall then act as President; and such officer shall 
act accordingly, until the disability be removed, or a President shall 
be elected. 

The President shall, at stated times, receive for his services a com- 
pensation, which shall neither be increased nor diminished during 
the period for which he shall have been elected; and he shall not 

* See Amendments, Art. XII. 



CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES. 17 

receive, within that period, any other emolument from the United 
States or any of them. 

Before he enters on the execution of his office he shall take the fol- 
lowing oath or affirmation : 

" I do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will faithfully execute the 
office of President of the United States, and will, to the best of my 
ability, preserve, protect, and defend the Constitution of the United 
States." 

Sect. 2. The President shall be commander-in-chief of the army 
and navy of the United States, and of the militia of the several States, 
when called into the actual service of the United States ; he may re- 
quire the opinion, in writing, of the principal officer in each of the 
executive departments, upon any subject relating to the duties of their 
respective offices ; and he shall have power to grant reprieves and par- 
dons for offences against the United States, except in cases of impeach- 
ment. 

He shall have power, by and with the advice and consent of the 
Senate, to make treaties, provided two thirds of the senators pres- 
ent concur; and he shall nominate, and, by and with the advice and 
consent of the Senate, shall appoint ambassadors, other public min- 
isters and consuls, judges of the supreme court, and all other offi- 
cers of the United States whose appointments are not herein other- 
wise provided for, and which shall be established by law. But the 
Congress may, by law, vest the appointment of such inferior officers 
as they think proper in the President alone, in the courts of law, 
or in the heads of departments. 

The President shall have power to fill up all vacancies that may hap- 
pen during the recess of the Senate, by granting commissions which 
shall expire at the end of their next session. 

Sect. 3. He shall, from time to time, give to the Congress infor- 
mation of the state of the Union, and recommend to their considera- 
tion such measures as he shall judge necessary and expedient ; he 
may, on extraordinary occasions, convene both houses, or either of 
them, and in case of disagreement between them with respect to the 
time of adjournment, he may adjourn them to such time as he shall 
think proper ; he shall receive ambassadors and other public minis- 
ters ; he shall take care that the laws be faithfully executed, and shall 
commission all the officers of the United States. 

2 



18 NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 

Sect. 4. The President, Vice-President, and all civil officers of the 
United States shall be removed from office on impeachment for and 
conviction of treason, bribery, or other high crimes and misdemeanprs. 

ARTICLE III. 

Section 1. The judicial power of the United Stales shall be vest- 
ed in one supreme court, and in such inferior courts as the Congress 
may, from time to time, ordain and establish. The judges, both of 
the supreme and inferior courts, shall hold their offices during good 
behavior, and shall, at stated times, receive for their services a com- 
pensation which shall not be diminished during their continuance in 
office. 

Sect. 2. The judicial power shall extend to all cases in law and 
equity arising under this Constitution, the laws of the United States, 
and treaties made, or which shall be made, under their authority; 
to all cases affecting ambassadors, other public ministers, and consuls; 
to all cases of admiralty and maritime jurisdiction ; to controversies 
to which the United Slates shall be a party; to controversies between 
two or more States ; [between a State and citizens of another State*] ; 
between citizens of different States, between citizens of the same 
State claiming lands under grants of different States, and between a 
State, or the citizens thereof, and foreign States, citizens, or subjects. 

In all cases affecting ambassadors, other public ministers, and 
consuls, and those in which a State shall be party, the supreme 
court shall have original jurisdiction. In all the other cases before 
mentioned, the supreme court shall have appellate jurisdiction, both 
as to law and fact, with such exceptions and under such regulations 
as the Congress shall make. 

The trial of all crimes, except in cases of impeachment, shall be 
by jury; and such trial shall be held in the State where the said 
crime shall have been committed; but when not committed within 
any State, the trial shall be at such place or places as the Congress 
may by law have directed. 

Sect. 3. Treason against the United States shall consist only in 
levying war against them, or in adhering to their enemies, giving 
them aid and comfort. No person shall be convicted of treason unless 
on the testimony of two witnesses to the same overt act, or on confes- 
sion in open court. 

* See Amendments, Art. XI. 



CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES. 19 

The Congress shall have power to declare the punishment of trea- 
son, but no attainder of treason shall work corruption of blood or for- 
feiture except during the life of the person attainted. 

ARTICLE IV. 

Section 1. Full faith and credit shall be given in each State to 
the public acts, records, and judicial proceedings of every other State. 
And the Congress may, by general laws, prescribe the manner in which 
such acts, records, and proceedings shall be proved, and the effect 
thereof. 

Sect. 2. The citizens of each State shall be entitled to all privi? 
leges and immunities of citizens in the several States. 

A person charged in any State with treason, felony, or other crime, 
who shall flee from iustice and be found in another State, shall, on 

*f 7 7 

demand of the executive authority of the State from which he fled, 
be delivered up, to be removed to the State having jurisdiction of the 
crime. 

[No person held to service or labor in one State, under the laws 
thereof, escaping into another, shall, in consequence of any law or reg- 
ulation therein, be discharged from such service or labor, but shall be 
delivered up on claim of the party to whom such service or labor may 
be due.*] 

Sect. 3. New States may be admitted by the Congress into this 
Union ; but no new State shall be formed or erected within the juris- 
diction of any other State ; nor any State be formed by the junction 
of two or more States, or parts of States, without the consent of the 
Legislatures of the States concerned, as well as of the Congress. 

The Congress shall have power to dispose of and make all needful 
rules and regulations respecting the territory or other property belong- 
ing to the United States ; and nothing in this Constitution shall be so 
construed as to prejudice any claims of the United States, or of any 
particular State. 

Sect. 4. The United States shall guarantee to every State in this 
Union a republican form of government, and shall protect each of 
them against invasion, and, on application of the Legislature, or of the 
executive (when the Legislature cannot be convened), against domes- 
tic violence. 

♦See Amendments, Art. XIII. 



20 NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 

AKTICLE V. 

The Congress, whenever two thirds of both houses shall deem it 
necessary, shall propose amendments to this Constitution ; or, on the 
application of the Legislatures of two thirds of the several States, 
shall call a convention for proposing amendments, which, in either 
case, shall be valid to all intents and purposes, as part of this Con- 
stitution, when ratified by the Legislatures of three fourths of the 
several States, or by conventions in three fourths thereof, as the one 
or the other mode of ratification may be proposed by the Congress; 
provided, that no amendment which may be made prior to the 
year one thousand eight hundred and eight shall, in any manner, 
affect the first and fourth clauses in the ninth section of the first 
article ; and that no State, without its consent, shall be deprived of 
its equal suffrage in the Senate. 

ARTICLE VL 

All debts contracted and engagements entered into before the adop- 
tion of this Constitution shall be as valid against the United States 
under this Constitution as under the Confederation. 

This Constitution, and the laws of the United States which shall 
be made in pursuance thereof, and all treaties made or which shall 
be made under the authority of the United States, shall be the su- 
preme law of the land ; and the judges in every State shall be bound 
thereby, anything in the Constitution or laws of any State to the 
contrary notwithstanding. 

The senators and rej^resentatives before mentioned, and the mem- 
bers of the several State Legislatures, and all executive and judicial 
ofl&cers, both of the United States and of the several States, shall be 
bound by oath or affirmation to support this Constitution ; but no 
religious test shall ever be required as a qualification to any office or 
public trust under the United States. 

ARTICLE VIL 

The ratification of the conventions of nine States shall be sufficient 
for the establishment of this Constitution between the States so 
ratifying the same. 



CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES. 21 

ARTICLES 

In addition to, and amendment of, the Constitution of the United States 
of America, jjrojyosed by Congress, and ratified by the Legislatures 
of the several States, imrsuant to the fifth article of the original 
Constitution. 

ARTICLE I. 

Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of reli- 
gion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof, or abridging the free- 
dom of speech or of the press, or the right of the people peaceably to 
assemble and to petition the government for redress of grievances. 

ARTICLE II. 

A well-regulated militia being necessary to the security of a free 
State, the right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be 
infringed. 

ARTICLE III. 

No soldier shall, in time of peace, be quartered in any house without 
the consent of the owner ; nor in time of war, but in a manner to be 
prescribed by law. 

ARTICLE IV. 

The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, 
papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall 
not be violated, and no warrants shall issue but upon probable cause, 
supported by oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place 
to be searched and the persons or things to be seized. 

ARTICLE V. 

• 

No person shall be held to answer for a capital or otherwise infa- 
mous crime, unless on a presentment or indictment of a grand jury, 
except in cases arising in the land or naval forces, or in the militia 
when iu actual service, in time of war or public danger; nor shall any 
person be subject for the same offence to be twice put in jeopardy of 
life or limb ; nor shall be compelled, in any criminal case, to be a 
witness against himself ; nor be deprived of life, liberty, or property, 
without due process of law ; nor shall private property be taken for 
public use without just compensation. 



22 NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 

AKTICLE VI. 

In all criminal proseciitions the accused shall enjoy the right 
to a speedy and public trial, by an impartial jury of the State and 
district wherein the crime shall have been committed, which district 
shall have been previously ascertained by law, and to be informed of 
the nature and cause of the accusation ; to be confronted with the 
witnesses against him ; to have compulsory process for obtaining 
witnesses in his favor, and to have the assistance of counsel for his 
defence. 

ARTICLE VII. 

In suits at common law, where the value in controversy shall 

exceed twenty dollars, the right of trial by jury shall be preserved, 

and no fact tried by a jury shall be otherwise re-examined in any 

court of the United States than according to the rules of the common 

law. 

ARTICLE VIII. 

Excessive bail shall not be required, nor excessive fines imposed, 
nor cruel and unusual punishments inflicted. 

ARTICLE IX. 

The enumeration in the Constitution of certain rights shall not be 
construed to deny or disparage others retained by the people. 

ARTICLE X. 

The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitu- 
tion, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States 
respectively, or to the people. 

ARTICLE XL 

The judicial power of the United States shall not be construed to 
extend to any suit in law or equity, commenced or prosecuted against 
one of the United States by citizens of another State, or by citizens 
or subjects of any foreign State. 

ARTICLE XIL 

The electors shall meet in their respective States, and vote by 
ballot for President and Vice-President, one of whom at least shall 



CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES. 23 

not be an inhabitant of the same State with themselves ; they shall 
name in their ballots the person voted for as President, and in distinct 
ballots the person voted for as Vice President ; and they shall make 
distinct lists of all persons voted for as President and of all persons 
voted for as Vice-President, and of the number of votes for each, 
which lists they shall sign and certify, and transmit sealed to the seat 
of the government of the United States, directed to the president of 
the Senate. The president of the Senate shall, in the presence of the 
Senate and House of Representatives, open all the certificates, and 
the votes shall then be counted ; the person having the greatest num- 
ber of votes for President shall be the President, if such number be a 
majority of the whole number of electors appointed ; and if no per- 
son have such majority, then from the persons having the highest 
numbers, not exceeding three, on the list of those voted for as Presi- 
dent, the House of Representatives shall choose imuediately, by bal- 
lot, the President ; but in choosing the President, the votes shall be 
taken by States, the representation from each State having one vote ; 
a quorum for this purpose shall consist of a member or members from 
two thirds of the States, and a majority of all the States shall be 
necessary to a choice; and if the House of Representatives shall not 
choose a President, whenever the right of choice shall devolve upon 
them, before the fourth day of March next following, then the Vice- 
President shall act as President, as in the case of the death or other 
constitutional disability of the President. 

The p'c-rson having the greatest number of votes as Vice-President 
shall be the Vice-President, if such number be a majority of the whole 
number of electors appointed; and if no person have a majority, then, 
from the two highest numbers on the list, the Senate- shall choose the 
Vice-President. A quorum for the purpose shall consist of two thirds 
of the whole number of senators, and a majority of the whole number 
shall be necessary to a choice. 

But no person, constitutionally ineligible to the office of Piesident, 

shall be eligible to that of Vice-President of the United States. 

* 

ARTICLE XIH. 

Sect. 1. Xeither slavery nor involuntary servitude, except as a 
punishment for crime, whereof the party shall have been duly con- 



24 NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 

victed, shall exist within the United States, or any place subject to 
their jurisdiction. 

Sect. 2. Congress shall have power to enforce this article by ap- 
propriate legislation. 

ARTICLE XIV. 

Sect. 1, All persons born or naturalized in the United States, 
and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States 
and of the State wherein they reside. No State shall make or enforce 
any law which shall abridge the privileges or immunities of citizens of 
the United States; nor shall any State deprive any person of life, lib- 
erty, or property, without due process of law, nor deny to any person 
within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws. 

Sect. 2. Representatives shall be apportioned among the several 
States according to their respective numbers, counting the whole num- 
ber of persons in each State, excluding Indians not taxed. But when 
the right to vote at any election for the choice of electors for President 
and Vice-President of the United Stales, representatives in Congress, 
the executive and judicial officers of a State, or the members of the 
Legislature thereof, is denied to any of. the male inhabitants of such 
State, being twenty-one years of age and citizens of the United States, 
or in any way abridged, except for participation in rebellion or other 
crime, the basis of representation therein shall be reduced in the pro- 
portion which the number of such male citizens shall bear to the 
whole number of male citizens twenty-one years of age in such 
State. 

Sect. 3. .No person shall be a senator or representative in Con- 
gress, or elector of President and Vice-President, or hold any office, 
civil or military, under the United States, or under any State, who, 
having previously taken an oath, as a member of Congress, or as an 
officer of the United States, or as a member of any State Legisla- 
ture, or as an executive or judicial officer of any State, to support 
the Constitution of the United States, shall have engaged in insur- 
rection or lebellion against the same, or given aid or comfort to the 
enemies thereof. But Congress may, by a vote of two thirds of each 
house, remove such disability. 

Sect. 4. The validity of the public debt of the United States, au- 
thorized by law, including debts incurred for payment of pensions and 



CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES. 25 

bounties for services in suppressing insurrection or rebellion, shall not 
be questioned. But neither the United States, nor any State, shall 
assume or pay any debt or obligation incurred in aid of insurrection 
or rebellion against the United States, or any claim for the loss or 
emancipation of any slave; but all such debts, obligations, and claims 
shall be held illegal and void. 

Sect. 5. The Congress shall have power to enforce, by appropriate 
legislation, the provisions of this article. 

ARTICLE XV. 

Sect. 1. The right of citizens of the United States to vote shall 
not be denied or abridged by the United States, or by any State, on 
account of race, color, or previous condition of servitude. 

Sect. 2. The Congress shall have power to enforce this article by 
appropriate legislation. 



STEPS PRELIMINARY TO 

Permanent Constitutional Government 

IN NEW HAMPSHIRE. 



On the 28th day of December, 1775, the fifth and last Provincial 
Congress of New Hampshire voted to " take up civil government, to 
continue during the present contest with Great Britain, and resolve 
themselves into a House of Representatives, and then choose a Coun- 
cil to continue one year from the 21st day of December current." 

On the same day the following gentlemen were appointed a com- 
mittee to frame and bring in a draft of a new Constitution for the 
rule and government of this colony: 

Matthew Thornton, Meshech Weare, Ebenezer Thompson, Wyseman 
Claggett, and Benjamin Giles ; and two days later John Giddinge and 
Joseph Badger were added to the committee. 

On the 5th day of January, 1776, the committee reported and the 
Congress passed the following vote : 

That this Congress take up civil government for this colony in 
manner and form following, viz. : 

In Congress at Exeter, 

January 5, 1776. 

AVe, the members of the Congress of the colony of New Hamp- 
shire, chosen and appointed by the free suffrages of the people of said 
colony, and authorized and empowered by them to meet together and 
use such means and pursue such measures as we should judge best 
for the public good, and in particular to establish some form of gov- 
ernment, provided that measure should be recommended by the Con- 
tinental Congress, and a recommendation to that purpose having 
been transmitted to us from the said Congress, have taken into our 



STEPS TO CONSTITUTIONAL GOVERNMENT. 27 

serious consideration the unhappy circumstances into which this col- 
ony is involved by means of many grievous and oppressive acts of the 
British Parliament, depriving us of our natural and constitutional 
rights and privileges ; to enforce obedience to which acts, a powerful 
fleet and army have been sent into this country by the ministry of 
Great Britain, who have exercised a wanton and cruel abuse of their 
power in destroying the lives and properties of the colonists in many 
places with fire and sword, taking the ships and lading from many of 
the honest and industrious inhabitants of this colony employed in 
commerce agreeable to the laws and customs a long time used here. 

The sudden and abrupt departure of His Excellency John Went- 
worth, E'jq., our late Governor, and several of the Council, leaving us 
destitute of legislation : and no executive courts being open to punish 
criminal offenders, whereby the lives and properties of the honest 
people of this colony are liable to the machinations and evil designs 
of wicked men ; 

Therefore, for the preservation of peace and good order, and for 
the security of the lives and properties of the inhabitants of this 
colony, we conceive ourselves reduced to the necessity of establish- 
ing a form of government, to continue during the present unhappy 
and unnatural contest with Great Britain ; protesting and declaring 
that we never sought to throw off our dependence upon Great Brit- 
ain, but felt ourselves happy under her protection while we could 
enjoy our constitutional rights and privileges, and that we shall 
rejoice if such a reconciliation between us and our parent State can 
be effected as shall be approved by the Continental Congress, in 
whose prudence and wisdom we confide. 

Accordingly, pursuant to the trust reposed in us, we do resolve that 
this Congress assume the name, power, and authority of a House 
of Representatives, or Assembly, for the colony of New Hampshire ; 
and that said house then proceed to choose twelve persons, being rep- 
utable freeholders and inhabitants within this colony, in the following 
manner, viz. : Five in the county of Rockingham, two in the county 
of Strafford, two in the county of Hillsborough, two in the county of 
Cheshire, and one in the county of Grafton, to be a distinct and sep- 
arate branch of the Legislature, by the name of a Council for this 
colony, to continue as such until the third Wednesday in December 
next, any seven of whom to be a quorum to do business. 



28 NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 

That such Council appoint their president ; and in his absence that 
the senior councilor preside. 

That a secretary be appointed by both branches, who may be a 
councilor or otherwise as they shall choose. 

That no act or resolve shall be valid and put into execution unless 
agreed to and passed by both branches of the Legislature. 

That all public officers for the said colony and each county for 
the current year be appointed by the Council and Assembly, except 
the several clerks of the executive courts, who shall be appointed 
by the justices of the respective courts. 

That all bills, resolves, or votes for raising, levying, and collect- 
ing money, originate in the House of Representatives. 

That at any session of the Council and Assembly neither branch 
shall adjourn for any longer time than from Saturday till the next 
Monday without consent of the other. 

And it is further resolved that if the present unhappy dispute with 
Great Britain should continue longer than this present year, and the 
Continental Congress give no instructions or directions to the contrary, 
the Council be chosen by the people of each respective county in such 
manner as the Council and House of Ivepresentatives shall order. 

That general and field officers of the militia, on any vacancy, be 
appointed by the two houses, and all inferior officers be chosen by the 
respective companies. 

That all officers of the army be appointed by the two houses, except 
they should direct otherwise in case of any emergency. 

That all civil officers for the colony and for each county be appointed 
and the time of their continuance in office be determined by the 
two houses, except clerks of courts, and county treasurers, and record- 
ers of deeds. 

That a treasurer and a recorder of deeds for each county be annu- 
ally chosen by the people of each county respectively ; the votes for 
such officers to be returned to the respective courts of general ses- 
sions of the peace in the county, there to be ascertained as the 
Council and Assembly shall hereafter direct. 

That precepts in the name of the Council and Assembly, signed 
by the president of the Council and the speaker of the House of 
Representatives, shall issue annually, at or before the first day of 
November, for the choice of a Council and House of Representatives, 



STEPS TO CONSTITUTIONAL GOVERNMENT. 2^ 

to be returned by the third Wednesday in December then next ensu- 
ing, in such manner as the Council and Assembly shall hereafter 
prescribe. 

COLONY OF N^EW HAMPSHIRE. 

BY THE COUNCIL AND ASSEMBLY, A PROCLAMATION. 

Whereas, the Congress of this colony have, agreeable to a recom- 
mendation from the honorable Continental Congress, resolved on and 
formed themselves upon a plan of government by a Council and House 
of Representatives, which plan has been published, and dispersed 
through the (folony, and is to be in force during the present dispute 
with Great Britain, unless otherwise advised bv the Continental Con- 
gress ; conformable to which said plan of government, the Council 
and Assembly have chosen and appointed the proper officers for the 
administration of justice in the several counties, who are to be sworn 
to the faithful discharge of their several trusts. It is therefore 
expected that no person or persons claim or exercise any civil author- 
ity but such as are, or may be, appointed as aforesaid, on the pen- 
alty of being deemed inimical to their country. 

Provided, nevertheless, and this proclamation is intended not to 
interfere with the power of the necessary committees of inspection, 
or safety, chosen in the several towns through the colony by vir- 
tue and in consequence of any recommendation or resolves of the 
Continental Congress. 

Whereof, all persons concerned are to take due notice, and gov- 
ern themselves accordingly. 

And at the same time it is earnestly recommended that in this 
distressing day of public calamity, when our enemies are watching 
all opportunities to ensnare and divide us, every one would strive 
to prevent, and, if possible, to quell all appearance of party spirit, to 
cultivate and promote peace, union, and good order, and by all means- 
in their power to discourage profaneness, immorality, and injustice. 

By order of the Council and Assembly at Exeter, the 19th day of 
March, Anno Domini 1776. M. WEARE 

President of the Council. 
E. Thompson, 

Secretary. 

God save the people. 



30 NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 

l^EW HAMPSHIRE DECLARATION OF INDE- 

PEI^DEN^CE. 

On the lltb day of June, 1776, the New Hampshire House of Rep- 
resentatives passed the following vote : 

" That Samuel Cutts, Timothy Walker, and John Dudley, Esqrs., 
be a committee of this house to join a committee of the honorable 
board, to make a draft of a declaration of this General Assembly for 
independence of the United Colonies on Great Britain." 

In Council, June 11, 1776. 

"A vote appointing Sam'l Cutts, Timothy Walker, and John Dud- 
ley a committee, with such as the board should join, to make a draft of 
a declaration of the General Assembly for independence of the United 
Colonies on Great Britain, brought up, read, and concurred with this 
amendment, that the committee prepare a draft setting forth the sen- 
timents and opinion of the Council and Assembly of this colony rela- 
tive to the United Colonies forming themselves into independent 
States, in order that when passed the same may be transmitted to our 
delegates at the Continental Congress, and that Messrs. Hurd, Clag- 
gett, and the secretary * be added to the committee." 

June 15, 1776. 

" The committee of both houses, appointed to prepare a draft set- 
ting forth the sentiments and opinion of the Council and Assembly of 
this colony relative to the United Colonies setting up an independent 
State, made report as on file, which report being read and considered, 
voted unanimously that the report of said committee be received and 
accepted, and that the draft by them brought in be sent to our dele- 
gates at the Continental Congress forthwith as the sense of this 
house." 

INDEPENDENCE. 

The draft made by the committee of both houses, relating to inde- 
pendency, is as follows, viz. : 

*Ebenezer Thompson. 



STEPS TO CONSTITUTIONAL GOVERNMENT. 31 

Whereas, it now appears an undoubted fact, that notwithstanding 
all the dutiful petitions and decent remonstrances from the American 
colonies, and the utmost exertions of their best friends in England on 
their behalf, the British ministry, arbitrary and vindictive, are yet 
determined to reduce, by fire and sword, our bleeding country to their 
absolute obedience ; and for this purpose, in addition to their own 
forces, have engaged great numbers of foreign mercenaries, who may 
now be on their passage here, accompanied by a formidable fleet, to 
ravage and plunder the seacoast ; from all which we may reasonably 
expect the most dismal scenes of distress the ensuing year, unless we 
exert ourselves by every means and precaution possible ; and whereas, 
we, of this colony of Xew Hampshire, have the example of several 
of the most respectable of our sister colonies before us for entering 
upon that most important step of a disunion from Great Britain, and 
declaring ourselves free and independent of the crown thereof, being 
impelled thereto by the most violent and injurious treatment ; and it 
appearing absolutely necessary in this most critical juncture of our 
public affairs that the honorable the Continental Congress, who have 
this important object under their immediate consideration, should be 
also informed of our resolutions thereon without loss of time, we 
do hereby declare that it is the opinion of this Assembly that our 
delegates at the Continental Congress should be instructed, and they 
are hereby instructed, to join with the other colonies in declaring the 
thirteen United Colonies a free and independent State, solemnly 
pledging our faith and honor that we will, on our parts, support the 
measure with our lives and fortunes ; and that in consequence thereof, 
they, the Continental Congress, on whose wisdom, fidelity, and integ- 
rity we rely, may enter into and form such alliances as they may judge 
most conducive to the present safety and future advantage of these 
American colonies ; provided, the regulation of our internal police be 
under the direction of our own Assembly. 

Entered according to the original. 

Att : — XOAH EMERY, 

Clk. D. Reps. 



32 NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 

In the House of Representatives, 

December 27, 1777. 

Voted, That it be recommended to the several towns, parishes, and 
places in this State, if they see fit, to instruct their representatives at 
the next session to appoint and call a full and free representation of 
all the people in this State, to meet in convention at such time and 
place as shall be appointed by the General Assembly, for the sole pur- 
pose of framing and laying a permanent plan or system for the future 
government of this State. 

There is no record that this vote was received and acted on by the 
Council. 

In the House of Representatives, 

February 20, 1778. 

Voted, That this house resolve themselves into a committee of the 
whole to join the honorable board, if they see fit, to consider of the 
confederation formed by the honorable the Continental Congress, 
and also of the calling a full and free representation of all the people 
of this State, for the sole purpose of forming a permanent plan or 
system for the future government of this State. 

February 25, 1778. 

According to order of the day, the committee of both houses being 
met in the assembly chamber to consider of the matter and manner of 
calling a full and free representation of all the people in this State, 
for the sole purpose of forming and laying a permanent plan orsystena 
for the future government of this State, — 

The Honorable Mesheck Weare, Esq., in the chair, proceeded to 
consider of the matters to them referred, and after some time spent 
thereon, the committee agreed to report that a full and free represen- 
tation of all the people of this State be called as soon as conveniently 
may be for said purpose. 

That the convention be on the second A¥ednesday in June next; 
that they meet at Concord in this State. 

That each town, parish, or precinct sending a member or members 
to said convention pay their own members for their time and expense^ 



STEPS TO CONSTITUTIONAL GOVERNMENT. 33 

That when the said convention have formed such plan of govern- 
ment they lay the same before their constituents for their approbation 
before the same shall take effect ; that such plan shall not take effect 
until three quarters of the people of this State shall consent thereto. 

The committee then adjourned to 3 o'clock p. m. 

Wednesday, 25th, p. m. 

The committee met according to adjournment, and proceeded to the 
business to them referred, and after some time spent thereon, agree 
further to report that the foregoing articles of direction be not recom- 
mendatory, but directory; and that precepts issue to each town, par- 
ish, and district in this State, if they see fit, to send one or more 
members to the said convention, saving to any two or more towns, 
parishes, or districts, if they see fit, to join together in electing and 
sending one member to represent them in said convention. 

The committee then dissolved, and the speaker resumed the chair, 
and the above report being read and considered, voted that the same 
be received and accepted. 

In Council, March 4, 1778. 

Vote to accept the report of the committee of both houses for 
calling a convention to meet at Concord to form a new system of 
government brought up, read, and concurred. 

A convention met in accordance with the above vote, and framed 
and submitted to the people the following plan of government, which 
was not ratified by them : 

A DECLAEATIOK OF EIGHTS 

AND PLAN OF GOVERNMENT FOR THE STATE OF NEW 

HAMPSHIRE. 

Whereas, by the tyrannical administration of the government of 
the king and parliament of Great Britain, this State of JSTew Hamp- 
shire, with the other United States of America, have been neces- 
sitated to reject the British government, and declare themselves 
independent States ; all which is more largely set forth by the Conti- 



34 NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 

nental Congress in their resolution or declaration of the fourth of 
July, A. D. 1776 ; 

And, whereas, it is recommended by the said Continental Congress 
to each and every of the said United States, to establish a^form of 
government most conducive to the welfare thereof ; 

We, the delegates of the said State of New Hampshire, chosen 
for the purpose of forming a permanent plan of government, sub- 
ject to the revisal of our constituents, have composed the following 
declaration of rights and plan of government, and recommend the 
same to our constituents for their approbation : 

A DECLARATION OF THE RIGHTS OF THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OP 

NEW HAMPSHIRE. 

First. We declare that we, the people of the State of New Hamp- 
shire, are free and independent of the crown of Great Britain. 

Secondly. We, the people of this State, are entitled to life, lib- 
erty, and property, and all other immunities and privileges which 
we heretofore enjoyed. 

Thirdly. The common and statute laws of England, adopted and 
used here, and the laws of this State (not inconsistent with said 
Declaration of Independence) now are, and shall be, in force here 
for the welfare and good government of the State, unless the same 
shall be rej^ealed or altered by the future Legislature thereof. 

Fourthly. The whole and entire power of government of this 
State is vested in, and must be derived from, the people thereof, and 
from no other source whatsoever. 

Fifthly. The future Legislature of this State shall make no laws 
to infringe the rights of conscience, or any other of the natural, 
unalienable rights of men, or contrary to the laws of God, or against 
the Protestant religion. 

Sixthly. The extent of territory of this State is, and shall be, the 
same which was under the government of the late Governor, John 
Wentworth, Esq., Governor of New Hampshire; reserving, nev- 
ertheless, our claim to the New Hampshire grants, so called, situate 
to the west of Connecticut river. 

Seventhly, The right of trial by jury in all cases, as heretofore 
used in this State, shall be preserved inviolate forever. 



STEPS TO CONSTITUTIONAL GOVERNMENT. 35 

A PLAN OF GOVERNMENT FOR THE STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE. 

First. The State of New Hampshire shall be governed by a Coun- 
cil and House of Representatives, to be chosen as hereinafter men- 
tioned, and to be styled the General Court of the State of New 
Hampshire. 

Second. The Council shall consist for the present of twelve mem- 
bers, to be elected out of the several counties in the State in pro- 
portion to their respective number of inhabitants. 

Third. The numbers belonging to each county for the present, 
according to said proportion, being as followeth, viz. : To the coun- 
ty of Rockingham, five ; to the county of Strafford, two ; to the 
county of Hillsborough, two ; to the county of Cheshire, two ; to 
the county of Grafton, one. 

Fourth. The number for the county of Rockingham shall not be 
increased or diminished hereafter, but remain the same ; and the 
numbers for the other counties shall be increased or diminished as 
their aforesaid proportion to the county of Rockingham may chance 
to vary. 

Fifth. The House of Representatives shall be chosen as follows : 
Every town or parish choosing town officers, amounting to one hun- 
dred families and upwards, shall send one representative for each 
hundred families they consist of (or such lesser number as they 
please) , or class themselves with some other towns or parishes that 
will join in sending a representative. 

Sixth. All other towns and parishes under the number of one hun- 
dred families shall have liberty to class themselves together to make 
the number of one hundred families or upwards, and being so 
classed, each class shall send one representative. 

Seventh. The number of councilors belonging to each county 
shall be ascertained and done by the General Court eveiy time there 
is a new proportion made of the state tax, which shall be once in 
seven years at the least, and oftener if need be. 

Eighth. All the male inhabitants of the State of lawful age, pay- 
ing taxes, and professing the Protestant religion, shall be deemed 
legal voters in choosing councilors and representatives, and having 
an estate of three hundred pounds, equal to silver at six shillings 
and eight pence per ounce, one half at least whereof to be real 



36 NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 

estate, and lying within this State, with the qualifications aforesaid, 
shall be capable of being elected. 

Ninth. The selectmen of each respective town and parish choos- 
ing town otficers, containing one hundred families or upwards, and 
also of each respective class of towns classed together as aforesaid, 
shall notify the legal voters of their res^Jective towns, parishes, or 
classes, qualified as aforesaid, in the usual way of notifying town 
meetings, giving fifteen days' notice, at least, to meet at some con- 
venient place on the last Wednesday of November annually, to 
choose councilors and representatives. 

Tenth. And the voters being met, and the moderator chosen, shall 
proceed to choose their representative or representatives required 
by this Constitution, by a majority of the voters present, who shall 
be notified accordingly^ and a return thereof made into the secre- 
tary's ofiice by the first Wednesday of January then next. 

Eleventh. And such representatives shall be paid their wages by 
their constituents, and for their travel by the State. 

Twelfth. And in the choice of councilors each voter shall deliver 
his vote to the moderator for the number of councilors respectively 
required, with the word councilors written thereon, and the voter's 
name indorsed to prevent duplicity. 

Thirteenth. These votes shall be sealed up by the moderator, and 
transmitted by the constable to one of the justices of the inferior 
court of common pleas for the county before the second Wednes- 
day in December next following. 

Fourteenth. And the said justices of the inferior court shall 
meet together on the said second Wednesday of December an- 
nually to count the votes, and the persons that have most votes 
to the number of councilors required shall be declared duly elected, 
and shall be notified by the said justices accordingly, and a return 
thereof shall be made by them into the secretary's office by the first 
Wednesday in January annually. 

Fifteenth. And in case any two persons shall have a like number 
of votes, the said justices may determine the choice in favor of which 
they please. 

Sixteenth. TheXouncil and House of Ref)resentatives, so chosen 
and returned as aforesaid, shall meet on the first Wednesday in Jan- 
uary next after their being chosen, at such place as the present or 



STEPS TO CONSTITUTIONAL GOVERNMENT. 37 

future General Court may from time to time ap^Doint ; and, being 
duly sworn, shall hold their respective i)laces until the first Wednes- 
day in January then next. 

Seventeenth. The Council shall choose their i3resident, vice- 
president, and secretary ; and the House of Representatives shall 
choose their speaker and clerk. 

Eighteenth. The Council and House of Representatives respect- 
ively shall determine all disputed elections of their own members, 
regulate their own proceedings, and, on any vacancy, order a new 
election to fill up such vacancy. 

Nineteenth. The said General Court, elected and constituted as 
aforesaid, shall be invested with the supreme power of the State. And 
all acts, resolves, or votes, except grants of money, lands, or other 
things, may originate in either house; but such grants shall originate 
in the House of Representatives only. 

Twentieth. The said Council and House of Representatives respect- 
ively shall have power to adjourn themselves from day to day, but not 
longer than two days at any one time, without concurrence of the 
other. 

Twenty-First. The president of the Council shall hold public cor- 
respondence with other States, or persons; call the Council together 
when occasion shall require ; and with advice of three or more of the 
Council shall, from time to time, call the General Court together, if 
need be, before the time they were adjourned to ; and also point out 
the principal business of their session. 

Twenty -Second. The military and naval power of the State shall 
be regulated, and all proper ofiicers thereof appointed, as the Legisla- 
ture by law shall direct from time to time. 

Twenty-Third. The judges of the superior and inferior courts, 
judges of probate, judge of admiralty, judge of the maritime court, 
justices of the peace, sherifis, coroners, attorney-general, treasurer 
of the State, and delegates to the Continental Congress, shall be 
appointed by the said General Court, and commissioned by the presi- 
dent of the Council. 

Twenty-Fourth. The appointment of registers of deeds, county 
treasurers, clerks of courts, registers of probate, and all other civil 
officers whatsoever, not before mentioned, shall be regulated by the 
laws that now are or that hereafter may be enacted. 



38 NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 

Twenty-Fifth. All civil officers of the State shall be suitably com- 
pensated by fees or salaries for their services. 

Tiventy- Sixth. No member of the General Court shall be judge 
of the superior court, or inferior court, judge or register of probate, 
or sheriff of any county, or treasurer of the State, or attorney-general, 
or delegate at the Continental Congress. 

Twenty-Seventh. And no member of the Council, judge of the 
superior court, or sheriff, shall hold a commission in the militia, army, 
or navy of this State. 

Twenty-Eighth. No member of the House of Representatives shall 
hold any salary under the government. 

Twenty-Ninth. The president of the Council, with advice of Coun- 
cil, may grant reprieves not longer than six months, but the General 
Court only shall have power to pardon offences against the State. 

TJiirtieth. A quorum of the Council, and a quorum of the House of 
Representatives, shall consist of a majority of each house. 

Thirty-First. This declaration of rights, and plan of government, 
shall have the force of law, and be esteemed the fundamental law of 
the State. 

Thirty -Second. The General Court shall have no power to alter any 
part of this Constitution. In case they should concur in any proposed 
alteration, amendment, or addition, the same being agreed to by a 
majority of the people, shall become valid. 

State of New Hampshire, 

In Convention, June 5th, 1779. 

Voted, That the foregoing bill of rights, and plan of government, be 
printed, and dispersed throughout this State, for the people thereof to 
give their opinion thereon. 

Voted, That Colonel Thornton and Colonel Bartlett be a committee 
to get this plan of government printed, and transmit two or more 
copies of the same to each and every town, parish, and place in this 
State, to which precepts for this convention were sent, and publish the 
same in the New Hampshire newspapers. 

Voted, That the selectmen of the several towns, parishes, and dis- 
tricts in this State, upon the receipt of the same, are desired to notify 
and warn the legal inhabitants paying taxes in such town, parish, or 



STEPS TO CONSTITUTIONAL GOVERNMENT. 39 

place, to meet at some suitable place therein, giving them at least fif- 
teen days' notice, for the purpose of taking said plan under consider- 
ation ; and make return of the number of voters present at such 
meeting, and how many voted for receiving said plan, and how many 
for rejecting the same, unto this convention at Concord in this State, 
on the third Tuesday in September next. 

By order of the convention, 

JOHN LANGDON, President, P. T. 
E. Thompson, Secretary. 

In the House of Repkesentatives, 

April 5, 1781. 

Whereas, the present situation of aifairs in this State make it 
necessary that a full and free representation of the inhabitants 
thereof should meet in convention for the sole puri^ose of forming 
and laying a j^ermanent plan or system of government for the future 
happiness and well-being of the good people of this State, and this 
house having received instructions from a considerable part of their 
constituents for that purpose ; therefore, voted and resolved that the 
honorable the president of the Council issue to every town, parish, 
and district within that part of this State east of Connecticut river 
a precept, recommending to them to elect and choose one or more 
persons, as tliej^ shall judge it expedient, to convene at Concord in 
said State, on the first Tuesday of June next, for the purpose afore- 
said, saving to the small towns liberty to join two or more together 
if they see fit, to elect and send one person to represent them in 
said convention. 

And such S3'stem or form of government as may be agreed upon 
by such convention being j^rinted, and sent to each and ever}' town, 
parish, and district in this State, for the approbation of the people, 
which system or form of government being approved of by such 
number of the inhabitants of this State in their respective town 
meetings, legally called for that purpose, as shall be ordered -by 
said convention, and a return of such a^jprobation being made to 
said convention and confirmed by them, shall remain as a permanent 
system or form of government of this State, and not otherwise. 
And if the first proposed system or form of government should be 



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rejected by the people, that the same convention shall be empowered 
to proceed and make such amendments and alterations from time to 
time as may be necessary, provided, always, that after such altera- 
tions the same be sent out for the approbation of the people, in 
manner as aforesaid, and that the charge and expense of each mem- 
ber of such convention be defrayed by their respective electors. 

Sent up by Capt. Pickering. 

In Council, April 6, 1781. 

Resolve for calling a convention to meet at Concord on the first 
Tuesday of June next, to form a system or plan of government, 
brought up, read, and concurred. 

Pursuant to the foreo-oino- votes a convention of deleo^ates met in 
Concord on the first Tuesday of June, 1781. As the jovirnal of the 
convention cannot be found, it is not easy to tell how many sessions 
it held. Dr. Belknap says nine. 

It continued a live, active body through a period of two years and 
almost five months, during which it "framed" three constitutions, 
which were successively submitted to the jDcople. Two were 
rejected. 

The following is the Constitution framed by the convention and 
ratified by the people in 1783, which "took place" on the first 
Wednesday of June, 1784 : 

A CON'STITUTION, 

CONTAINING A BILL OF RIGHTS, AND FORM OF GOVERNMENT 

Agreed upon by the delegates of the people of the State of New 
Hampshire, in convention held at Concord, on the first Tuesday of 
June, 1783; submitted to and approved of by the people of said 
State, and established by their delegates in convention, October 31, 
1783. 

PART I. 

THE BILL OF RIGHTS. 

I. All men are born equally free and independent ; therefore, all gov- 
ernment of right originates from the people, is founded in consent, 
and instituted for the general good. 



THE CONSTITUTION OF 1784, 41 

II. All men have certain natural, essential, and inherent rights, 
among which are the enjoying and defending life and liberty, 
acquiring, possessing, and protecting property, and, in a word, of 
seeking and obtaining happiness. 

III. When men enter into a state of society, they surrender up 
some of their natural rights to that society, in order to insure the 
protection of others ; and without such an equivalent the surrender 
is void. 

IV. Among the natural rights, some are in their very nature una- 
lienable, because no equivalent can be given or received for them. 
Of this kind are the rights of conscience. 

V. Every individual has a natural and unalienable right to worship 
God according to the dictates of his own conscience and reason ; 
and no subject shall be hurt, molested, or restrained in his person, 
liberty, or estate, for worshiping God in the manner and season 
most agreeable to the dictates of his own conscience, or for his relig- 
ious profession, sentiments, or persuasion, provided he doth not dis- 
turb the public peace, or disturb others in their religious worship. 

VI. As morality and piety, rightly grounded on evangelical princi- 
ples, will give the best and greatest security to government, and 
will lay in the hearts of men the strongest obligations to due sub- 
jection, and as the knowledge of these is most likely to be propa- 
gated through a society by the institution of the public worship of 
the Deity, and of public instruction in morality and religion, therefore, 
to promote those important purposes, the people of this State have a 
right to impower, and do hereby fully impower, the Legislature to 
authorize from time to time the several towns, parishes, bodies cor- 
porate, or religious societies within this State, to make adequate pro- 
vision at their own expense for the support and maintenance of public 
Protestant teachers of piety, religion, and morality ; 

Provided, notwithstanding, that the several towns, parishes, bodies 
corporate, or religious societies, shall at all times have the exclusive 
right of electing their own public teachers, and of contracting with 
them for their support and maintenance. And no person of any one 
particular religious sect or denomination shall ever be compelled to 
pay towards the support of the teacher or teachers of another persua- 
sion, sect, or denomination. 

And every denomination of Christians demeaning themselves qui- 



42 NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 

etly, and as good subjects of the State, shall be equally under the 
protection of the law ; and no subordination of any one sect or de- 
nomination to another shall ever be established by law. 

And nothing herein shall be understood to affect any former con- 
tracts made for the support of the ministry ; but all such contracts 
shall remain, and be in the same state as if this Constitution had not 
been made. 

VII. The people of this State have the sole and exclusive right of 
governing themselves as a free, sovereign, and independent State, and 
do, and forever hereafter shall, exercise and enjoy every power, juris- 
diction, and right pertaining thereto, which is not, or may not here- 
after be, by them expressly delegated to the United States of America 
in Congress assembled. 

VIII. All power residing originally in and being derived from 
the people, all the magistrates and officers of government are their 
substitutes and agents, and at all times accountable to them. 

IX. No office or place whatsoever in government shall be heredi- 
tary, the abilities and integrity requisite in all not being transmissible 
to posterity or relations. 

X. Government being instituted for the common benefit, protec- 
tion, and security of the whole community, and not for the private 
interest or emolument of any one man, family, or class of men ; 
therefore, whenever the ends of government are perverted and public 
liberty manifestly endangered, and all other means of redress are 
ineffectual, the people may, and of right ought, to reform the old or 
establish a new government. The doctrine of non-resistance against 
arbitrary power and oppression is absurd, slavish, and destructive of 
the good and happiness of mankind. 

XI. All elections ought to be free, and every inhabitant of the 
State, having the proper qualifications, has equal right to elect and 
be elected into office. 

XII. Every member of the community has a right to be protected 
by it in the enjoyment of his life, liberty, and property; he is there- 
fore bound to contribute his share in the expense of such protection, 
and to yield his personal service when necessary, or an equivalent. 
But no part of a man's property shall be taken from him, or applied 
to public uses without his own consent, or that of the representative 
body of the people. Kor are the inhabitants of this State controlla- 



THE CONSTITUTION OF 178i. 43 

ble by any other laws than those to which they or their representative 
body have given their consent. 

Xin. No person who is conscientiously scrupulous about the 
lawfulness of bearing arms shall be compelled thereto, provided he 
will pay an equivalent. 

XIV. Every subject of this State is entitled to a certain remedy, 
by having recourse to the laws, for all injuries he may receive in his 
person, proj^erty, or character, to obtain right and justice freely, 
without being obliged to purchase it ; completely, and without any 
denial; promptly, and without delay, conformably to the laws. 

XV. No subject shall be held to answer for any crime or offence 
until the same is fully and plainly, substantially and formally, 
described to him ; or be comi^elled to accuse or furnish evidence 
against himself. And every subject shall have a right to produce 
all proofs that may be favorable to himself ; to meet the witnesses 
against him face to face, and to be fully heard in his defence by 
himself and counsel. And no subject shall be arrested, impris- 
oned, despoiled, or deprived of his property, immunities, or jDriv- 
ileges, put out of the protection of the law, exiled, or deprived 
of his life, liberty, or estate, but by the judgment of his peers, 
or the law of the land. 

XVI. No subject shall be liable to be tried, after an acquittal, for 
the same crime or offence. Nor shall the Legislature make any 
law that shall subject any person to a capital punishment, except- 
ing for the government of the army and navy, and the militia in 
actual service, without trial by jury. 

XVII. In criminal prosecutions, the trial of facts in the vicinity 
where they happen is so essential to the security of the life, lib- 
erty, and estate of the citizen, that no crime or offence ought to be 
tried in any other county than that in which it is committed , except 
in cases of general insurrection in any particular county, when it 
shall appear to the judges of the superior court that an impartial 
trial cannot be had in the county where the offence may be commit- 
ted, and upon their report the Assembly shall think proper to direct 
the trial in the nearest county in which an impartial trial can be 
obtained. 

XVIII. All penalties ought to be proportioned to the nature of 
the offence. No wise Legislature will affix the same punishment to 



44 NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 

the crimes of theft, forgery, and the like, which they do to those of 
murder and treason ; where the same undistinguishing severity is 
exerted against all offences, the peoj)le are led to forget the real 
distinction in the crimes themselves, and to commit the most flagrant 
with as little compunction as they do those of the lightest dye ; for 
the same reason a multitude of sanguinary laws is both impolitic and 
unjust, the true design of all punishments being to reform, not to 
exterminate, mankind. 

XIX. Every subject hath a right to be secure from all unreasona- 
ble searches and seizures of his person, his houses, his papers, and 
all his possessions. All warrants, therefore, are contrary to this 
right, if the cause or foundation of them be not jDreviously sup- 
ported by oath or aflirmation, and if the order in the warrant to 
a civil officer to make search in suspected places, or to arrest 
one or more suspected persons, or to seize their property, be not 
accompanied with a special designation of the persons or objects 
of search, arrest, and seizure ; and no warrant ought to be issued 
but in cases and with the formalities prescribed by the laws. 

XX. In all controversies concerning property, and in all suits 
between two or more persons, except in cases in which it has been 
heretofore otherwise used and practiced, the parties have a right to 
a trial by jury ; and this method of procedure shall be held sacred, 
unless in causes arising on the high seas, and such as relate to mar- 
iners^ wages, the Legislature shall think it necessary hereafter to 
alter it. 

XXI. In order to reap the fullest advantage of the inestimable 
privilege of the trial by jury, great care ought to be taken that none 
but qualified persons should be appointed to serve ; and such ought 
to be fully compensated for their travel, time, and attendance. 

XXII. The liberty of the press is essential to the security of free- 
dom in a State ; it ought, therefore, to be inviolably i^reserved. 

XXIII. Retrospective laws are highly injurious, oppressive, and 
unjust. No such laws, therefore, should be made, either for the 
decision of civil causes or the punishment of offences. 

XXIV. A well-regulated militia is the proper, natural, and sure 
defence of a State. 

XXV. Standing armies are dangerous to liberty, and ought not 
to be raised or kept up without the consent of the Legislature. 



THE CONSTITUTION OF 1784. 45 

XXVI. In all cases, and at all times, the military ought to be 
mider strict subordination to and governed by the civil power. 

XXVII. Xo soldier in time of peace shall be quartered in any 
house without the consent of the owner ; and in time of war such 
quarters ought not to be made but by the civil magistrate, in a 
manner ordained by the Legislature. 

XXVIII. Xo subsidy, charge, tax, impost, or duty shall be estab- 
lished, fixed, laid, or levied under any pretext whatsoever with- 
out the consent of the people, or their representatives in the Legis- 
lature, or authority derived from that body. 

XXIX. The power of suspending the laws, or the execution of 
them, ought never to be exercised but by the Legislature, or by 
authority derived therefrom, to be exercised in such particular cases 
only as the Legislature shall expressly provide for. 

XXX. The freedom of deliberation, speech, and debate, in either 
house of the Legislature, is so essential to the rights of the people 
that it cannot be the foundation of any action, complaint, or prose- 
cution in any other court or place whatsoever. 

XXXI. The Legislature ought 'frequently to assemble for the 
redress of grievances, for correcting, strengthening, and confirming 
the laws, and for making new ones, as the common good may 
require. 

XXXII. The people have a right in an orderly and peaceable 
manner to assemble and consult upon the common good, give 
instructions to their representatives, and to request of the legisla- 
tive body, by way of 2^etition or remonstrance, redress of the 
wrongs done them, and of the grievances they suffer. 

XXXIII. Xo magistrate or court of law shall demand excessive 
bail or sureties, impose excessive fines, or inflict cruel or unusual 
punishments. 

XXXIV. Xo person can in any case be subjected to law martial, 
or to any pains or penalties by virtue of that law, except those 
employed in the army or navy, and except the militia in actual 
service, but by authority of the Legislature. 

XXXV. It is essential to the preservation of the rights of every 
individual, his life, liberty, property, and character, that there be 
an impartial interpretation of the laws, and administration of jus- 
tice. It is the right of every citizen to be tried by judges as impar- 
tial as the lot of humanity will admit. 



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It is therefore not only the best jjolicy, but for the security of the 
rights of the people, that the judges of the supreme (or sui)erior) 
judicial court should hold their offices so long as they behave well ; 
and that they should have honorable salaries, ascertained and estab- 
lished by standing laws. 

XXXVI. Economy being a most essential virtue in all States, 
especially in a young one, no pension shall be granted but in consid- 
eration of actual services, and such pensions ought to be granted 
with great caution by the Legislature, and never for more than 
one year at a time. 

XXXVII. In the government of this State the three essential 
powers thereof, to wit, the legislative, executive, and judicial, 
ought to be kept as sej^arate from and independent of each other 
as the nature of a free government will admit, or as is consistent 
with that chain of connection that binds the whole fabric of the 
Constitution in one indissoluble bond of unity and amity. 

XXXVIII. A frequent recurrence to the fundamental principles 
of the Constitution, and a constant adherence to justice, modera- 
tion, temperance, industry, frugality, and all the social virtues, 
are indispensably necessary to jDreserve the blessings of liberty 
and good government ; the people ought, therefore, to have a par- 
ticular regard to all those principles in the choice of their officers 
and representatives ; and they have a right to require of their law- 
givers and magistrates an exact and constant observance of them in 
the formation and execution of the laws necessary for the good 
administration of government. 

PART II. 

THE FORM OF GOVERNMENT. 

The people inhabiting the territory formerly called the Province 
of New Hampshire, do hereby solemnly and mutually agree with 
each other to form themselves into a free, sovereign, and indepen- 
dent body politic, or State, by the name of the State of New Hamp- 
shire. 

THE GENERAL COURT. 

The supreme legislative power within this State shall be vested in 
the Senate and House of Representatives, each of which shall have 



THE CONSTITUTION OF 1784. 47 

a negative on the other. The Senate and House shall assemble 
every year on the first Wednesday of June, and at such other 
times as they may judge necessary ; and shall dissolve and be dis- 
solved seven days next preceding the said first Wednesday of June, 
and shall be stvled The General Court of New Hampshire. 
The General Court shall forever have full power and authority to 
erect and constitute judicatories and courts of record, or other 
courts, to be holden in the name of the State, for the hearing, 
trying, and determining all manner of crimes, offences, pleas, 
processes, i^laints, actions, causes, matters and things whatsoever, 
arising or happening within this State, or between or concerning 
persons inhabiting or residing, or brought within the same, whether 
the same be criminal or civil, or whether the crimes be capital or 
not capital, and whether the said pleas be real, personal, or mixed ; 
and for the awarding and issuing execution thereon. To which 
courts and judicatories are hereby given and granted full power and 
authority, from time to time, to administer oaths or affirmations for 
the better discovery of truth in any matter in controversy, or depend- 
ing before them. 

And farther, full power and authority are hereby given and granted 
to the said General Court, from time to time, to make, ordain, and 
establish all manner of wholesome and reasonable orders, laws, 
statutes, ordinances, directions, and instructions, either with pen- 
alties or without, so as the same be not repugnant or conti-ary to 
this Constitution, as they may judge for the benefit and welfare 
of this State, and for the governing and ordering thereof, and of 
the subjects of the same, for the necessary support and defence of 
the government thereof ; and to name and settle annually, or pro- 
vide by fixed laws for the naming and settling, all civil officers 
within this State ; such officers excej)ted the election and appoint- 
ment of whom are hereafter in this form of government otherwise 
provided for ; and to set forth the several duties, ^^owers, and lim- 
its of the several civil and military officers of this State, and the 
forms of such oaths or aflS^rmations as shall be respectively admin- 
istered unto them for the execution of their several offices and 
places, so as the same be not repugnant or contrary to this Constitu- 
tion ; and also to impose fines, mulcts, imprisonments, and other 
punishments ; and to impose and levy proportional and reasonable 



48 NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 

assessments, rates, and taxes upon all the inhabitants of, and resi- 
dents within, the said State, and upon all estates within the same ; to 
be issued and disposed of by warrant under the hand of the presi- 
dent of this State for the time being, with the advice and consent of 
the council, for the public service in the necessary defence and sup- 
port of the government of this State, and the protection and preser- 
vation of the subjects thereof, according to such acts as are or shall 
be in force within the same. 

And while the public charges of government, or any part thereof, 
shall be assessed on polls and estates in the manner that has here- 
tofore been jDracticed, in order that such assessments may be made 
with equality there shall be a valuation of the estates within the 
State taken anew once in every hve years at least, and as much 
oftener as the General Court shall order. 

SENATE. 

There shall be annually elected by the freeholders and other inhab- 
itants of this State, qualified as in this Constitution is provided, 
twelve persons, to be senators for the year ensuing their election, 
to be chosen in and by the inhabitants of the districts into which 
this State may from time to time be divided by the General Coiu't 
for that 23urpose ; and the General Court in assigning the number 
to be elected by the respective districts shall govern themselves by 
the proportion of public taxes paid by the said districts, and timely 
make known to the inhabitants of the State the limits of each dis- 
trict and the number of senators to be elected therein, provided 
the number of such districts shall never be more than ten, nor less 
than five. 

And the several counties in this State shall, until the General 
Court shall order otherwise, be districts for the election of senators, 
and shall elect the following number, viz. : Rockingham, five ; 
Strafford, two ; Hillsborough, two ; Cheshire, two ; Grafton, one. 

The Senate shall be the first branch of the Legislature, and the 
senators shall be chosen in the following manner, viz. : Every male 
inhabitant of each town and parish with town privileges in the sev- 
eral counties in this State, of twenty-one years of age and upwards, 
paying for himself a jdoII tax, shall have a right at the annual or 
other meetings of the inhabitants of said towns and parishes, to be 



THE CONSTITUTION OF 1784. 49 

duly warned, and holden annuall}- forever in the month of March, 
to vote in the town or parish wherein he dwells for the senators in 
the county or district whereof he is a member. 

And every person qualified as the Constitution provides shall be 
considered an inhabitant for the purpose of electing and being 
elected into any ofiice or place within this State, in that town, par- 
ish, and plantation where he dwelleth and hath his home. 

The selectmen of the several towns and parishes aforesaid shall, 
during the choice of senators, preside at such meetings impartially, 
and shall receive the votes of all the inhabitants of such towns and 
parishes, present and qualified to vote for senators, and shall sort 
and count the same in the meeting, and in presence of the town 
clerk, who shall make a fair record in presence of the select- 
men, and in open meeting, of the name of every person voted for, 
and the number of votes against his name ; and a fair copy of this 
record shall be attested by the selectmen and town clerk, and shall 
be sealed up and directed to the secretary of the State, with a suj^er- 
scriiDtion expressing the puri3ort thereof, and delivered by said 
clerk to the sherifi:' of the county in which such town or parish lies, 
thirty days at least before the" first Wednesday of June; and the 
sheriff of each county, or his deputy, shall deliver all such certifi- 
cates by him received, into the secretary's ofiice, seventeen days at 
least before the first Wednesday of June. 

And the inhabitants of plantations and places unincorporated, 
qualified as this Constitution provides, who are or shall be required 
to assess taxes upon themselves towards the support of government, 
or shall be taxed therefor, shall have the same ^^rivilege of voting 
for senators in the plantations and places wherein they reside as 
the inhabitants of the respective towns and parishes aforesaid have. 

And the meetings of such plantations and places for that purpose 
shall be holden annually in the month of March, at such places re- 
spectively therein as the assessors thereof shall direct; which asses- 
sors shall have like authority for notifj'ing the electors, collecting 
and returning the votes, as the selectmen and town clerks have in 
their several towns by this Constitution. And, that there may be a 
due meeting of senators on the first Wednesday of June, annually, 
the president and three of the council for the time being shall, as 



50 NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 

soon as may be, examine the retorned coi3ies of such records ; and 
fom'teen days before the said first Wednesday in June, he shall issue 
his summons to such persons as appear to be chosen senators by a 
majority of votes, to attend and take their seats on that day; pro- 
vided, nevertheless, that for the first year the said returned copies 
shall be examined by the president and five of the council of the for- 
mer constitution of government; and the said president shall in like 
manner notify the persons elected to attend and take their seats ac- 
cordingly. 

The Senate shall be final judges of the elections, returns, and qual- 
ifications of their own members, as pointed out in this Constitution, 
and shall on the said first Wednesday of June, annually, determine and 
declare who are elected by each district to be senators by a majority 
of votes, and in case there shall not appear to be the full number re- 
turned elected by a majority of votes for any district, the deficiency 
shall be supplied in the following manner, viz. : The members of the 
House of Representatives and such senators "as shall be declared 
elected shall take the names of such persons as shall be found to 
have the highest number of votes in each district, and not elected, 
amounting to twice the number of senators wanting, if there be so 
many voted for, and out of these shall elect by joint ballot the num- 
ber of senators wanted for such district; and in this manner all such 
vacancies shall be filled up in every district of the State, and in like 
manner all vacancies in the Senate arising bv death, removal out of 
the State, or otherwise, shall be supplied as soon as may be after 
such vacancies haiDpen. 

Provided, nevertheless, that no person shall be capable of being 
elected senator who is not of the Protestant religion, and seized of 
a freehold estate in his own right of the value of two hundred 
pounds, lying within this State, who is not of the age of thirty years, 
and who shall not have been an inhabitant of this State for seven 
years immediately preceding his election ; and at the time thereof he 
shall be an inhabitant of the district for which he shall be chosen. 

The Senate shall have power to adjourn themselves, provided such 
adjournment do not exceed two days at a time. 

The Senate shall appoint their own oflScers, and determine their 
own rules of proceedings ; and not less than seven members of the 
Senate shall make a quorum for doing business ; and when less 



THE CONSTITUTION OF 1784. 61 

than eight senators shall be present, the assent of five at least shall 
be necessary to render their acts and j^roceedings valid. 

The Senate shall be a court with full power and authority to hear 
and determine all impeachments made by the House of Re^Dresenta- 
tives, against any officer or officers of the State, for misconduct or 
maladministration in their offices ; but previous to the trial of any 
such impeachment, the members of the Senate shall respectively be 
sworn truly and impartially to try and determine the charge in 
question according to evidence. 

Their judgment, however, shall not extend farther than removal 
from office, disqualification to hold or enjoy any place of honor, trust, 
or profit under this State ; but the party so convicted shall never- 
theless be liable to indictment, trial, judgment, and punishment, 
accordino; to laws of the land. 

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. 

There shall be in the Legislature of this State a representation 
of the people annually elected and founded upon principles of equal- 
ity ; and in order that such representation may be as equal as circum- 
stances will admit, every town, j^arish, or place entitled to town 
privileges, having one hundred and fifty ratable male polls of twen- 
ty-one years of age and upwards, may elect one representative ; if 
four hundred and fifty ratable polls, may elect two representatives ; 
and so proceeding in that proportion, making three hundred such 
ratable jdoIIs the mean increasing number for every additional 
representative. 

Such towns, jDarishes, or places as have less than one hundred and 
fifty ratable polls shall be classed by the General Assembly for 
the purpose of choosing a representative and seasonably notified 
thereof. 

And in every class formed for the above-mentioned purpose, the 
first annual meeting shall be held in the town, parish, or place 
wherein most of the ratable polls reside, and afterwards in that 
which has the next highest number, and so on annually, by rotation, 
through the several towns, parishes, or places forming the district. 

Whenever any town, parish, or place entitled to town privileges, 
as aforesaid, shall not have one hundred and fifty ratable jdoIIs, and 
be so situated as to render the classing thereof with any other town, 



62 NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 

parish, or place very inconvenient, the General Assembly may, upon 
application of a majority of the voters in such town, parish, or 
place, issue a writ for their electing and sending a representative to 
the General Court. 

The members of the House of Rej)resentatives shall be chosen 
annually in the month of March, and shall be the second branch of 
the Legislature. 

All persons qualified to vote in the election of senators shall be 
entitled to vote within the town, district, parish, or place where they 
dwell in the choice of representatives. Every member of the House 
of Representatives shall be chosen by ballot ; and for two years, at 
least, next preceding his election, shall have been an inhabitant of 
this State, shall have an estate within the town, parish, or place 
which he may be chosen to represent of the value of one hundred 
pounds, one half of Avhich to be a freehold, whereof he is seized in 
his own right ; shall be at the time of his election an inhabitant of 
the town, parish, or place he may be chosen to represent ; shall be 
of the Protestant religion, and shall cease to represent such town, 
parish, or place immediately on his ceasing to be qualified as afore- 
said. 

The travel of each representative to the General Assembly and 
returning home once in every session, and no more, shall be at tlie 
expense of the State, and the wages for his attendance at the expense 
of the town, parish, or places he represents ; such members attending 
seasonably, and not departing without license. All intermediate 
vacancies in the House of "Representatives may be filled up from 
time to time in the same manner as annual elections are made. 

The House of Representatives shall be the grand inquest of the 
State, and all impeachments made by them shall be heard and tried 
by the Senate. 

All money bills shall originate in the House of Representatives, 
but the Senate may propose or concur with amendments as on other 
bills. 

The House of Rei3resentatives shall have power to adjourn them- 
selves, but no longer than two days at a time. 

A majority of the members of the House of Representatives shall 
be a quorum for doing business ; but when less than two thirds of 
the representatives elected shall be present, the assent of two thirds 



THE CONSTITUTION OF 1784. 53 

of those members shall be necessary to render their acts and pro- 
ceedings valid. 

No member of the House of Representatives or Senate shall be 
arrestee! or held to bail on mesne process during his going to, return- 
ing from, or attendance upon the court. 

The House of Representatives shall choose their own speaker, 
appoint their own officers, and settle the rules of proceedings in their 
own house. They shall have authority to punish, by imprisonment, 
every person who shall be guilty of disrespect to the house in its 
presence, by any disorderly and contemptuous behavior, or by 
threatening or ill-treating any of its members, or by obstructing its 
■deliberations ; every person guilty of a breach of its privileges in 
making arrests for debt, or by assaulting any member during his 
attendance at anj'' session, in assaulting or disturbing any one of its 
officers in the execution of any order or procedure of the house, in 
assaulting any witness or other person ordered to attend by and dur- 
ing his attendance of the house, or in rescuing any person arrested 
by order of the house, knowing them to be such. The Senate, pres- 
ident, and council shall have the same powers in like cases, pro- 
vided that no imprisonment by either for an}^ offence exceed ten 
days. 

The journals of the proceedings of both houses of the General 
Court shall be printed and published immediately after every 
adjournment or prorogation ; and upon motion made by any one 
member, the yeas and nays upon any question shall be taken and 
entered in the journals. 

EXECUTIVE POWER. — PRESIDENT. 

There shall be a supreme executive magistrate who shall be styled 
The President of the State of New Hampshire, and whose title shall 
be His Excellency. 

The president shall be chosen annually ; and no person shall be 
eligible to this office unless at the time of his election he shall have 
been an inhabitant of this State for seven years next jDreceding ; and 
unless he shall be of the age of thirty years ; and unless he shall, at 
the same time, have an estate of the value of five hundred pounds, 
one half of which shall consist of a freehold in his own right, 
within the State; and unless he shall be of the Protestant religion. 



54 NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 

Those persons qualified to vote for senators and representatives 
shall, within the several towns, parishes, or places where they 
dwell, at a meeting to be called for that purpose, some day in the 
month of March annually, give in their votes for a president to the 
selectmen who shall preside at such meeting, and the clerk, in the 
presence and with the assistance of the selectmen, shall in open 
meeting sort and count the votes, and form a list of the persons 
voted for, with the number of votes for each person against his 
name, and shall make a fair record of the same in the town books, 
and a public declaration thereof in the said meeting; and shall, in 
the presence of said inhabitants, seal up a copy of said list, attested 
by him and the selectmen, and transmit the same to the sheriff of 
the county thirty days, at least, before the first Wednesday of June, 
or shall cause returns of the same to be made to the office of the 
secretary of the State seventeen days, at least, before said day, who 
shall lay the same before the Senate and House of Representatives 
on the first Wednesday of June, to be by them examined; and in 
case of an election by a majority of votes through the State, the 
choice shall be by them declared and published, but if no person 
shall have a majority of votes, the House of Representatives shall 
by ballot elect two out of the four persons who had the highest num- 
ber of votes, if so many shall have been voted for, but if otherwise, 
out of the number voted for, and make return to the Senate of the 
two persons so elected, on which the Senate shall proceed by ballot 
to elect one of them, who shall be declared president. 

The president of the State shall preside in the Senate, shall have 
a vote equal with any other member, and shall also have a casting 
vote in case of a tie. 

The president, with advice of council, shall have full j^ower and 
authority in the recess of the General Court to jjrorogue the same 
from time to time, not exceeding ninety dsijs in any one recess of 
said court ; and during the session of said court to adjourn ov pro- 
rogue it to any time the two houses may desire, and to call it 
together sooner than the time to which it may be adjourned or pro- 
rogued if the welfare of the State should require the same. 

In cases of disagreement between the two houses with regard to 
the time of adjournment or prorogation, the president, with advice 
of council, shall have a right to adjourn or prorogue the General 



THE CONSTITUTION OF 1784. 55 

Court, not exceeding ninety daj^s at any one time, as he may deter- 
mine the public good may require. And he shall dissolve the same 
seven days before the said first Wednesday of June. And in case of 
any infectious distemper prevailing in the place where the said court 
at any time is to convene, or any other cause whereby dangers may 
arise to the healths or lives of the members from their attendance, 
the president may direct the session to be holden at some other, the 
most convenient place within the State. 

The president of this State for the time being shall be commander- 
in-chief of the army and navy, and all the military forces of the 
State, by sea and land ; and shall have full power by himself, or by 
any chief commander, or other officer or officers, from time to time, 
to train, instruct, exercise, and govern the militia and navy, and for 
the special defence and safety of this State to assemble in martial 
array and put in warlike posture the inhabitants thereof, and to 
lead and conduct them, and with them to encounter, expulse, ref)el, 
resist, and pursue by force of arms, as w^ell by sea as by land, 
within and Avithout the limits of this State, and also to kill, slay, 
destroy, if necessary, and conquer by all fitting ways, enterprise, 
and means, all and every such person and persons as shall, at any 
time hereafter, in a hostile manner attempt or enterprise the 
destruction, invasion, detriment, or annoyance of this State : and to 
use and exercise over the army and navj', and over the militia in 
actual service, the law martial in time of w^ar, invasion, and also in 
rebellion, declared by the Legislature to exist, as occasion shall 
necessarily require ; and surprise by all ways and means whatsoever 
all and every such person or persons, with their ships, arms, ammu- 
nition, and other goods, as shall in a hostile manner invade or 
attempt the invading, conquering, or annoying this State ; and, in 
fine, the president hereby is intrusted with all other powers incident 
to the office of captain-general, and commander-in-chief, and admi- 
ral, to be exercised agreeably to the rules and regulations of the 
Constitution and the laws of the land ; i^rovided, that the president 
shall not at any time hereafter, by virtue of any power by this Con- 
stitution granted, or hereafter to be granted to him by the Legisla- 
ture, transport any of the inhabitants of this State, or oblige them 
to march out of the limits of the same, without their free and vol- 
untary consent, or the consent of the General Court, nor grant com- 



56 NEW HAMPSHIRE MAKUAL. 

missions for exercising the law martial in any case without the advice 
and consent of the council. 

The power of pardoning offences, except such as persons may be 
convicted of before the Senate by impeachment of the House, shall 
be in the jDresident, by and with the advice of the council ; but no 
charter of pardon granted by the president, with advice of council, 
before conviction, shall avail the party pleading the same, notwith- 
standing any general or particular expressions contained therein, 
descriptive of the offence or offences intended to be pardoned. 

All judicial officers, the attorney-general, solicitor-general, all 
sheriffs, coroners, registers of probate, and all officers of the navy, 
and ofeneral and field officers of the militia, shall be nominated and 
appointed by the president and council ; and every such nomination 
shall be made at least seven days prior to such appointment, and no 
appointment shall take place unless three of the council agree 
thereto. 

The captains and subalterns in the respective regiments shall be 
nominated and recommended by the field officers to the president, 
who is to issue their commissions immediately on receipt of such 
recommendation. No officer duly commissioned to command in the 
militia shall be removed from his office but by the address of both 
houses to the president, or by fair trial in court-martial, pursuant to 
the laws of the State for the time being. 

The commanding officers of the regiments shall appoint their 
adjutants and quartermasters, the brigadiers their brigade-majors, 
the major-generals their aids, the captains and subalterns their non- 
commissioned officers. The president and council shall appoint all 
officers of the continental army, whom by the confederation of the 
United States it is provided that this State shall appoint, as also all 
officers of forts and garrisons. 

The division of the militia into brigades, regiments, and compa- 
nies, made in pursuance of the militia laws now in force, shall be 
considered as the proper division of the militia of this State until 
the same shall be altered by some future law. 

No monies shall be issued out of the treasury of this State and 
disposed of (except such sums as may be appropriated for the 
redemption of bills of credit or treasurer's notes, or for the payment 
of interest arising thereon) but by warrant under the hand of the 



THE CONSTITUTION OF 1784. 57 

president for the time being, by and witli the advice and consent of 
the council, for the necessary support and defence of this State, 
and for the necessary protection and preservation of the inhabitants 
thereof, agreeably to the acts and resolves of the General Court. 

All public boards, the commissary-general, all superintending 
officers of public magazines and stores belonging to this State, 
and all commanding officers of forts and garrisons within the same, 
shall once in every three months officially, and without requisition, 
and at other times when required by the president, deliver to him an 
account of all goods, stores, provisions, ammunition, cannon with 
their appendages, and small arms with their accoutrements, and of 
all other public property under their care respectively ; distinguish- 
ing the quantity and kind of each as particularly as may be, 
together with the condition of such forts and garrisons ; and the 
commanding officer shall exhibit to the president, when required by 
him, true and exact plans of such forts, and of the land and sea or 
harbor or harbors adjacent. 

The president and council shall be compensated for their services 
from time to time by such grants as the General Court shall think 
reasonable. 

Permanent and honorable salaries shall be established by law for 
the justices of the superior court. 

Whenever the chair of the president shall be vacant by reason of 
his death, absence from the State, or otherwise, the senior senator, 
for the time beino;, shall during such vacancv have and exercise all 
the powers and authorities which by this Constitution the president 
is vested with when personally present. 

COUNCIL. 

Annually, on the first meeting of the General Court, two members 
of the Senate and three from the House of Representatives shall be 
chosen by joint ballot of both houses as a council, for advising the 
president in the executive part of government, whom the president 
for the time being shall have full power and authority to convene 
from time to time, at his discretion ; and the president, with the 
councilors, or three of them at least, shall and may from time to 
time hold and keep a council for ordering and directing the affairs 
of the State according to the laws of the land. The qualifications 



58 NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 

for councilors shall be the same as those required for senators. The 
members of the council shall not intermeddle with the making or 
trying impeachments, but shall themselves be impeachable by the 
House and triable by the Senate for malconduct. 

The resolutions and advice of the council shall be recorded in a 
register, and signed by the members present ; and this record may 
be called for at any time by either house of the Legislature, and 
any member of the council may enter his opinion contrary to the 
resolution of the majority. 

And, whereas, the elections apj^ointed to be made by this Constitu- 
tion on the first Wednesday of June, annually, by the two houses of 
the Legislature, may not be completed on that day, the said elections 
may be adjoui'ned from day to day until the same shall be com- 
pleted. 

And the order of the elections shall be as follows : The vacancies 
in the Senate, if any, shall be first filled up ; the president shall 
then be elected, provided there should be no choice of him by the 
people ; and afterwards the two houses shall proceed to the election 
of the council. 

SECRETARY, TREASURER, COMMISSARY-GENERAL, ETC. 

The secretary, treasurer, and commissary-general shall be chosen 
by joint ballot of the senators and representatives assembled in one 
room. 

The records of the State shall be kept in the of^ce of the sec- 
retary, who may ap^Doint his deputies, for whose conduct he shall 
be answerable, and he shall attend the president and council, the 
Senate and Representatives, in person or by deputy, as they may 
require. 

COUNTY TREASURER, ETC. 

The county treasurers and registers of deeds shall be elected by 
the inhabitants of the several towns in the several counties in the 
State according to the method now practiced, and the present laws 
of the State ; and before they enter upon the business of their offices, 
shall be respectively sworn faithfully to discharge the duties thereof, 
and shall severally give bond, with sufficient sureties, in a reasonable 
sum for the use of the county, for the punctual performance of their 
respective trusts. 



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JUDICIARY POWER. 

The tenure that all commission officers shall have by law in their 
offices shall be exi3ressecl in their respective commissions. All judi- 
cial officers, duly appointed, commissioned, and sworn, shall hold 
their offices during good behavior, excepting those concerning whom 
there is a difterent provision made in this Constitution; profzcZecZ, 
nevertheless, the president, with consent of council, m.ay remove 
them upon the address of both houses of the Legislature. 

Each branch of the Legislature, as well as the prep 'dent and 
council, shall have authority to require the opinions of the ustices 
of the superior court upon imjDortant questions of law, and upon 
solemn occasions. 

In order that the people may not suffer from the long continuance 
in place of any justice of the peace who shall fail in discharging the 
important duties of his office with ability and fidelity, all commissions 
of justices of the peace shall become void at the expiration of five 
years from their respective dates ; and upon the expiration of any 
commission, the same may, if necessary, be renewed, or another per- 
son appointed, as shall most conduce to the well-being of the State. 
The judges of probate of wills, and for granting letters of adminis- 
tration, shall hold their courts at such place or places, on such fixed 
days, as the convenience of the people may require ; and the Legis- 
lature shall, from time to time, hereafter appoint such times and 
places, until which appointments the said courts shall be holden at 
the times and places which the respective judges shall direct. 

All causes of marriage, divorce, and alimony, and all appeals from 
the respective judges of probate, shall be heard and tried by the supe- 
rior court, until the Legislature shall by law make other provision. 

CLERKS OF COURTS. 

The clerks of the superior court of judicature, inferior courts of 
common pleas, and general sessions of the peace shall be appointed 
by the respective courts during pleasure ; and to prevent any fraud 
or unfairness in the entries and records of said courts, no such clerk 
shall be of counsel in any cause in the court of which he is clerk, nor 
shall he fill any writ in any civil action whatsoever. 



60 NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 

DELEGATES TO CONGRESS. 

, The delegates of this State to the Congress of the United States 
shall, sometime between the first Wednesday of June and the first 
Wednesday of September, annually, be elected by the Senate and 
House of Representatives, in their separate branches, to serve in 
Congress for one year, to commence on the first Monday in November 
then next ensuing. 

They shall have commissions under the hand of the president and 
the great seal of the State, but may be recalled at any time within 
the year and others chosen and commissioned in the same manner in 
their stead ; and they shall have the same qualifications in all respects 
as by this Constitution are required for the president. 

No person shall be capable of being a delegate to Congress for more 
than three years in any term of six years ; nor shall any person, being 
a delegate, be capable of holding any office under the United States 
for which he, or any other for his benefit, receives any salary or emol- 
ument of any kind. 

ENCOURAGEMENT OF LITERATURE, ETC 

Knowledge and learning generally diffused through a community 
being essential to the preservation of a free government, and spread- 
ing the opportunities and advantages of education through the various 
parts of the country being highly conducive to promote this end, it 
shall be the duty of the legislators and the magistrates in all future 
periods of this government to cherish the interest of literature and 
the sciences, and all seminaries and public schools ; to encourage 
private and public institutions, rewards and immunities for the pro- 
motion of agriculture, arts, sciences, commerce, trades, manufactures, 
and natural history of the country ; to countenance and inculcate the 
principles of humanity and general benevolence, public and private 
charity, industry and economy, honesty and punctuality, sincerity, 
sobriety, and all social affections and generous sentiments among the 
people. 



THE CONSTITUTION OF 1784. 61 

OATH AND SUBSCRIPTIONS ; EXCLUSION FROM OFFICES ; COMMISSIONS ; 
writs; CONFIRMATION OF LAAVS ; HABEAS CORPUS; THE ENACT- 
ING STYLE ; CONTINUANCE OF OFFICERS ; PROVISION FOR A FUTURE 
REVISION OF THE CONSTITUTION, ETC. 

Any person chosen president, councilor, senator, or representative, 
military or civil officer (town officers excepted), accepting the trust, 
shall, before he proceeds to execute the duties of his office, make and 
subscribe the following declaration, viz. : 

J, A B, do truly and sincerely acknowledge, profess^ testify, and 
declare that the State of New Hampshire is, and of right ought to be, 
a free, sovereign, and independent State, and do swear that I ivill bear 
faith and true allegiance to the same, and that I will endeavor to defend 
it against all treacherous conspiracies and hostile attempts whatever ; 
and I do further testify and declare that no man or body of men hath 
or can have a right to absolve me from the obligation of this oath, 
declaration, or affinncdion, and that I do make this acknowledgment, 
profession, testimony, and declaration honestly and truly, according to 
the common acceptation of the foregoing words, without any equivoca- 
tion, mental evasion, or secret reservation whatever. So help me God. 

I, A B, do solemnly and sincerely swear and affirm that I will 
faithfully and impartially discharge and perform all the duties incum- 
bent on me as , according to the best of my abilities., 

agreeably to the rules and regulations of this Constitution, and the laios 
of the State of New Hampshire. So help me God. 

Provided, always, when any person chosen or appointed as afore- 
said shall be of the denomination called Quakers, or shall be scrupu- 
lous of swearing, and shall decline taking the said oaths, such shall 
take and subscribe them omitting the word " swear " and likewise the 
words '■''So help me God," subjoining instead thereof, ^'■This I do under 
the pains and penalties of perjury .''^ 

And the oaths or affirmations shall be taken and subscribed by the 
president before the senior senator present, in the presence of the two 
houses of assembly ; and by the Senate and Representatives first elected 
under this Constitution, before the president and three of the council 
of the former Constitution, and forever afterwards before the presi- 



62 NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 

dent and council for the time being ; and by the residue of the officers 
aforesaid, before such persons and in such manner as from time to 
time shall be prescribed by the Legislature. 

All commissions shall be in the name of the State of New Hamp- 
shire, signed by the president and attested by the secretary or his 
deputy, and shall have the great seal of the State affixed thereto. 

All writs issuing out of the clerk's office in any of the courts of law 
shall be in the name of the State of New Hampshire, shall be under 
the seal of the court whence they issue, and bear test of the chief, 
first, or senior justice of the court; but when such justice shall be 
interested, then the writ shall bear test of some other justice of the 
court, to which the same shall be returnable, and be signed by the 
clerk of such court. 

All indictments, presentments, and informations shall conclude 
against the peace and dignity of the State. 

The estates of such persons as may destroy their own lives shall not 
for that offence be forfeited, but descend or ascend in the same man- 
ner as if such persons had died in a natural way. Nor shall any article 
which shall accidentally occasion the death of any person be hence- 
forth deemed a deodand, or in any wise forfeited on account of such 
misfortune. 

All the laws which have heretofore been adopted, u?ed, and ap- 
proved in the province, colony, or state of New Hampshire, and usually 
practiced on in the courts of law, shall remain and be in full force 
until altered and repealed by the Legislature ; such parts thereof only 
excepted as are repugnant to the rights and liberties contained in this 
Constitution ; provided, that nothing herein contained, when compared 
with the twenty-third article in the bill of rights, shall be construed 
to affect the laws already made respecting the persons or estates of 
absentees. 

The privilege and benefit of the habeas corpus shall be enjoyed in 
this State in the most free, easy, cheap, expeditious, and ample man- 
ner, and shall not be suspended by the Legislature except upon the 
most urgent and pressing occasions, and for a time not exceeding 
three months. 

The enacting style in making and passing acts, statutes, and laws, 
shall be. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives in 
General Court convened. 



THE CONSTITUTION OF 1784. 63 

Xo president or judge of the superior court shall hold any office or 
place under the authority of this State except such as by this Consti- 
tution they are admitted to hold, saving that the judges of the said 
court may hold the offices of justices of the peace throughout the 
State ; nor shall they hold any place or office, or receive any pension 
or salary, from any other State, government, or power whatever. 

No person shall be capable of exercising at the same time more 
than one of the following offices within this State, viz., judge of pro- 
bate, sheriff, register of deeds ; and never more than tw^o offices of 
profit which may be held by appointment of the president, or presi- 
dent and council, or Senate and House of Representatives, or superior 
or inferior courts; military offices and offices of justices of the peace 
excepted. 

Xo person holding the office of judge of the superior court, secre- 
tary, treasurer of the State, judge of probate, attorney-general, com- 
missary-general, judge of the maritime court, or judge of the court of 
admiralty, military officers receiving pay from the Continent or this 
State, excepting officers of the militia occasionally called forth on an 
emergency, judge of the inferior court of common pleas, register of 
deeds, president, professor, or instructor of any college, sheriff, or 
officer of the customs, including naval officers, shall at the same time 
have a seat in the Senate, or House of Representatives, or council; 
but their being chosen or appointed to, and accepting the same, shall 
operate as a resignation of their seat in the Senate, or House of 
Representatives, or council; and the place so vacated shall be filled up. 
No person shall ever be admitted to hold a seat in the Legislature, 
or any office of trust or importance under the government, who in the 
due course of law has been convicted of bribery or corruption in ob- 
taining an election or appointment. 

In all cases where sums of money are mentioned in this Constitu- 
tion, the value thereof shall be computed in silver at six shilliiigs and 
eight j^eiice per ounce. 

To the end that there may be no failure of justice, or danger arise 
to this State .from a change of the form of government, all civil and 
military officers, holding commissions under the government and 
people of New Hampshire, and other officers of the said government 
and people, at the time this Constitution shall take effect, shall hold, 
exercise, and enjoy all the powers and authorities to them granted 



64 NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 

and committed until other persons shall be appointed in their stead. 
All courts of law in the business of their respective departments, and 
the executive and legislative bodies and persons, shall continue in full 
force, enjoyment, and exercise of all their trusts and employments 
until the General Court aud the supreme and other executive officers 
under this Constitution are designated and invested with their re- 
spective trusts, powers, and authority. 

This form of government shall be enrolled on parchment and de- 
posited in the secretary's office, and be a part of the laws of the land, 
and printed copies thereof shall be prefixed to the books containing 
the laws of this State in all future editions thereof. 

To preserve an effectual adherence to the principles of the Consti- 
tution, and to correct any violations thereof, as well as to make such 
alterations therein as from experience may be found necessary, the 
General Court shall, at the expiration of seven years from the time 
this Constitution shall take effect, issue precepts, or direct them to be 
issued from the secretary's office, to the several towns and incorporated 
places, to elect delegates to meet in convention for the purposes afore- 
said ; the said delegates to be chosen in the same manner and pro- 
portioned as the representatives to the General Assembly ; irrovided^ 
that no alteration shall be made in this Constitution before the same 
shall be laid before the towns and unincorporated places, and ap- 
proved by two thirds of the qualified voters present, and voting upon 
the question. 

In Convention Held at Concord, 

The 31st Day of October, 1783. 

The returns from the several towns being examined, and it appear- 
ing that the foregoing bill of rights and form of government were 
approved of by the people, the same are hereby agreed on and estab- 
lished by the delegates of the people, and declared to be the civil 
Constitution for the State of New Hampshire, to take place on the 
first Wednesday in June, 1784:; and that in the meantime the General 
Court, under the present government, make all the necessary arrange- 
ments for introducing this Constitution at that time, and in the man- 
ner therein described. 

NATHANIEL FOLSOM. 

Attest: Presidenty P. T. 

J. M. Sewall, Secretary. 



CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTIONS. 65 

coxstitutio:n'al coxyentions, 1791-1889. 

Pursuant to the provisions of the Constitution of 1784, the Legisla- 
ture, in June, 1791, ordered precepts to be issued to the several towns 
and places in this State, to elect delegates to a convention to revise 
the Constitution. Accordingly town-meetings were held and delegates 
chosen on the 8th day of August, 1791. The convention met in Con- 
cord on the 7th day of September following, and continued in session 
until the 16th of the same month, when, after having appointed a 
committee to which were referred the Constitution and the amend- 
ments that had been proposed in convention, the}^ adjourned to the 
8th day of February, 1792. 

The convention reassembled according to adjournment, and pro- 
ceeded to the consideration of the report of the committee. After 
adopting seventy-two amendments and making provision for submit- 
ting them to the people for ratification or rejection at town-meetings 
to be held on the 7th day of May, 1792, the convention again adjourned 
to the 30th of the same month. Reassembled according to adjourn- 
ment, the convention found on canvassing the returns from the several 
towns that forty-six of the seventy-two amendments had been ratified 
by the people. But on account of the rejection of so many of the 
proposed amendments, there were some inconsistencies in the Consti- 
tution as adopted by the people, to correct which others were prepared 
and sent to the people to be voted on on the 27th day of August, 1792. 

The convention on June 5 adjourned to the 5th day of September, 
when they reassembled, and finding that the supplementary amend- 
ments had been ratified, dissolved on the same day, having been in 
existence one year less one day. 

By an act of the Legislature approved December 14, 1792, that part 
of the new Constitution relating to the election of officers took effect 
on the first day of February, 1793, and the whole of said Constitution 
took effect on the first Wednesday of June of the same year. Not- 
withstanding several attempts were made to revise it, the Constitution 
of 1793, without alteration, was the fundamental law of the State for 
nearly sixty years. 

The following table shows the dates of the approval of the several 
acts of the Legislature subsequent to 1793, providing for taking the 

5 



Yea. 


Nay. 


2,478 


4,246 


1,722 


10,903 


2,407 


13,853 


4,623 


11,818 


5,973 


12,183 


2,821 


16,830 


10,855 


20,994 


4,583 


12,415 


28,877 


14,482 


2,822 


18,449 


11,078 


9,753 


1,044 


12,428 



66 NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 

sense of the qualified voters on the expediency of calling a convention 
to revise the Constitution, and the aggregate affirmative and negative 
votes on the question as returned by the town clerks : 

Date of Act. 
1799, December 13. 
1806, June 11. 
1820, December 11. 
1833, January 5. 
1833, July 6. 
1837, July 1. 
1844, June 19. 
1846, July 10. 
1849, July 7. 
1857, June 27. 
1860, July 4. 
1862, July 9. 
1864. August 19. 18,422 15,348 

1868, July 2. No vote on record. 

1869, July 8. No vote on record. 
1775, July 2. 28,971 10,912 
1883, July 27. 13,036 14,120 
1885, August 13. 11,466 10,213 

The vote under the act of 1849 showing a large majority in favor of 
calling a convention, the Legislature of 1850, by an act approved July 
8, provided for a convention and appropriated forty thousand dollars 
to pay its expenses. 

The convention met in Concord on the 6th day of November, 1850, 
and continued in session, with one adjournment from the 22d of 
November to the 3d of December, until the 3d day of January, 1851. 
On that day, having adopted many amendments and provided for 
submitting them to the qualified voters of the State, they again ad- 
journed to the 16th of April then next. The popular sentiment was 
strongly against the action of the convention, as was shown by the 
canvass of the returns of the votes cast, every proposed amendment 
having received a large majority against it. 



CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTIONS. 67 

The convention adjourned, without day, on the 17th of April, 1851, 
after having at the adjourned session prepared and provided for sub- 
mitting to the qualified voters three amendments, — abolishing the 
religious test, the property qualification, and providing a new mode 
of amending the Constitution. The amendment abolishing the 
property qualification was ratified, the other two were rejected. 

Under the acts of 1860 and 1864, a majority of the votes in each 
case was in favor of calling a convention, but the Legislature did not 
deem it expedient to call one. 

A convention met in Concord on the 6th day of December, 1876, 
the legal voters under the act of 1875 having given a large majority 
in favor of such a convention. The convention was in session eleven 
days. All of its proposed amendments excepting two were ratified 
by the legal voters. The journal of that convention was published 
and distributed throughout the State. 

Under the act of 1885 a small vote was cast, but a majority being 
in favor of a convention, the Legislature of 1887 made provision for 
one. It met in Concord on the 2d day of January, 1889, and finally 
adjourned on the 11th day of the same month. It proposed several 
amendments, all but two of which were ratified by the people. 

The following is the Constitution as amended by that convention and 
ratified by the legal voters on the 12th day of March, 1889: 



CONSTITUTION 



OF THE 



STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE, 



PART FIRST. — BILL OF RIGHTS. 

Article 

1. Equality of men ; origin and ob- 
ject of government. 

2. Natural rights. 

3. Society, its organization and 
purposes. 

4. Riglits of conscience unaliena- 
ble. 

5. Religious freedom recognized. 

6. Public worship of the Deity to 
be encouraged; right of elect- 
ing religious teachers ; free tol- 
eration; existing contracts not 
affected. 

7. Slate sovereignty. 

8. Accountability of magistrates 
and officers to the people. 

9. No hereditary office or place. 

10. Right of revolution. 

11. Elections and elective franchise. 

12. Protection and taxation recip- 
rocal; private property for 
public use. 

13. Conscientiously scrupulous not 
compellable to bear arms. 

14. Legal remedies to be free, com- 
plete, and prompt. 

15. Accused entitled to full and sub- 
stantial statement of charge; 
not obliged to furnish evidence 
against himself; may produce 
proofs and be fully heard, etc. 



Article 

16. No person to be again tried af- 
ter an acquittal; trial by jury in 
capital cases. 

Criminal trials in county, ex- 
cept in general insurrection. 
Penalties to be proportioned to 
offences; true design of punish- 
ment. 

Searches and seizures regu- 
lated. 

Trial by jury in civil causes; 
exceptions. 

Only qualified persons to serve 
as jurors, and to be fully com- 
pensated. 

Liberty of the press. 
Retrospective laws prohibited. 
Militia. 

Standing armies. 
Military subject to civil power. 
Quartering of soldiers. 
Taxes to be levied only by the 
people or Legislature. 
Suspension of laws by Legisla- 
ture only. 

Freedom of speech. 
Meetings of Legislature, for 
what purpose. 

Rights of assembly, instruction, 
and petition. 

Excessive bail, fines, and pun- 
ishments prohibited. 
34. Martial law limited. 



17. 



18. 



19. 



20. 



21. 



22. 
23. 

24. 
25. 
26. 
27. 

28. 

29. 

30. 
31. 

32. 

33. 



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69 



Article 

35. The judiciary; tenure of office. 

36. Pensions. 

37. The legislative, executive, and 
judicial departments to be kept 
separate. 

38. Social virtues inculcated. 

PART SECOND. — FORM OF GOV- 
ERNMENT. 

1. Name of body politic. 

2. Legislature, how constituted. 

3. General Court, when to meet 
and dissolve. 

4. Power of General Court to es- 
, tablish courts. 

5. To make laws, elect officers, 
define their jDowers and duties, 
impose fines, and assess taxes. 

6. Valuation of estates. 

7. Members of Legislature not to 
take fees or act as cou];isel. 

8. Legislature to sit with open 
doors. 

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. 

9. Representatives elected biennl- 
ally; ratio of representation. 

10. Small tOAvns may elect a pro- 
portionate part of time where 
they cannot be classed. 

11. Biennial election of representa- 
tives in November. 

12. Qualifications of electors. 

13. Representatives how elected, 
and qualifications of. 

14. Compensation of Legislature. 

15. Vacancies in House, how filled. 

16. House to impeach befoi*e the 
Senate. 

17. Money bills to originate in 
House. 

18. Power of adjournment limited. 

19. Quorum, what constitutes. 

20. Privileges of members of. the 
Legislature. 

21. House to elect speaker and offl- 
cers, settle rules of proceeding, 
and punish misconduct. 



Article 

22. Senate and executive have like 
powers; imprisonment limited. 

23. Journal and laws to be pub- 
lished; yeas and nays, and pro- 
tests. 

SENATE. 

24. Senate, how constituted ; tenure 
of office. 

25. Senatorial districts, how con- 
stituted. 

26. Election of senators. 

27. Senators, how and bj- whom 
chosen ; right of sufi'rage. 

28. Qualification of senators. 

29. Inhabitant defined. 

30. Inhabitants of incorporated 
places; their rights, etc. 

31. Biennial meetings, how warned, 
governed, and conducted; re- 
turn of votes. 

32. Governor and Council to can- 
vass returns of votes for sena- 
tors and notify the persons 
elected. 

33. Vacancies in Senate, how filled. 

34. Senate judges of their own elec- 
tions. 

35. Adjournments limited except 
in impeachment cases. 

36. Senate to elect their own offi- 
cers; quorum. 

37. Senate to try impeachments; 
mode of proceeding. 

38. Judgment on impeachments 
limited. 

39. Chief justice to preside on im- 
peachment of Governor. 

EXECUTIVE POWER— GOVERNOR. 

40. Title of Governor. 

41. Election of Governor; return of 
votes; electors; if no choice. 
Legislature to elect one of two 
highest candidates; qualifica- 
tions for Governor. 

42. In case of disagreement. Gov- 
ernor to adjourn or prorogue 



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NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 



Article 

Legislature; if infectious dis- 
temper or other causes exist, 
may convene them elsewliere. 

43. Veto of Governor to bills, pro- 
visions as to. 

44. Resolves to be treated like 
bills. 

45. Governor and Council to nom- 
inate and appoint oflScers ; nom- 
ination three days before ap- 
pointment. , 

46. Governor and Council have 
negative on each other. 

47. Field officers to recommend, 
and Governor to appoint, com- 
pany officers. 

48. President of Senate to act as 
Governor when office vacant. 

49. Governor to prorogue or ad- 
journ Legislature and call extra 
sessions. 

50. Power and diities of Governor 
as commander-in-chief; limita. 
tion . 

51. Pardoning power. 

52. Militia officers, removal of 

53. Staff and non-commissioned 
officers, by whom appointed. 

54. Division of militia into brigades, 
regiments, and companies. 

55. Money drawn from treasury 
only by warrant of Governor 
pursuant to law. 

56. Accounts of military stores, 
etc., to be rendered quarterly. 

57. Compensation of Governor and 
Council. 

58. Salaries of judges. 

COUNCIL. 

59. Councilors, mode of election, 
etc. 

60. Vacancies, how filled if no 
choice. 

61. Occurring afterward; new elec- 
tion ; Governor to convene ; du- 
ties. 

62. Impeachment of councilors. 



ARTICLE 

63. Secretary to record proceedings 
of Council. 

64. Councilor districts provided 
for. 

65. Elections by Legislature may 
be adjourned from day to day; 
order thereof. 

SECRETARY, TREASURER, COM- 
MISSARY-GENERAL, ETC. 

66. Election of secretary, treasurer, 
and commissary-general. 

67. State records, where kept; duty 
of secretary. 

68. Deputy-secretary. 

69. Secretary to give bond. 

COUNTY TREASURERS, ETC. 

70. County treasurers and i-egisters 
of probate, solicitors, sheriffs, 
and registers of deeds elected. 

71. Counties may be divided into 
districts for i-egistering deeds. 

JUDICIARY POWER. 

72. Tenure of office to be expressed 
in commissions; judges to hold 
office during good behavior, 
etc. ; removable by address. 

73. Judges to give opinions, when. 

74. Justices of the peace commis- 
sioned for five years. 

75. Divorces and appeals, where 
tried. 

76. Jurisdiction of justices in civil 
causes. 

77. Judges and sheriffs, when dis- 
qualified by age. 

78. Judges and justices not to act 
as counsel. 

79. Jurisdiction and terms of pro- 
bate courts. 

80. Judges and registers of probate 
not to act as counsel. 

CLERKS OF COURTS. 

81. Clerks of courts, by whom ap- 
pointed. 



CONSTITUTION OF NEW HAMPSHIRE. 



71 



ENCOURAGEMENT OF LITERA- 
TURE, ETC. 

Article 

82. Encouragement of literature, 
etc. 

OATHS AND SUBSCRIPTIONS, EX- 
CLUSIONS FROM OFFICE, ETC. 



83. 
84. 
85. 
86. 
87. 
88. 
89. 



90. 



Oath of civil officers. 
Before whom taken. 
Form of commissions. 
Form of writs. 
Form of indictments, etc. 
Suicides and deodands. 
Existing laws to continue in 
force, if not repugnant to Con- 
stitution. 
Habeas Corpus. 



Article 

91. Enacting style of statutes. 

92. Governor and judges prohib- 
ited from holding other offices. 

93. Incompatibility of offices ; only 
two offices of profit to be holden 
at same time. 

94. Incompatibility of certain offi- 
ces. 

95. Bribery and corruption dis- 
qualify for office. 

96. Value of money, how computed. 

97. Constitution, when to take ef- 

fect. 

98. Revision of Constitution pro- 
vided for. 

99. Question on revision to be taken 
evei'y seven years. 

100. Enrollment of Constitution . 



PART FIRST. 



BILL OF RIGHTS. 

Article 1. All men are born equally free and independent; 
therefore all government of right originates from the people, is 
founded in consent, and instituted for the general good. 

Art. 2. All men have certain natural, essential, and inherent 
rights; among which are the enjoying and defending life and 
liberty; acquiring, possessing, and protecting property; and, in a 
word, of seeking and obtaining happiness. 

Art. 3, When men enter iuto a state of society they surrender 
up some of their natural rights to that society, in order to insure 
the protection of others; and without such an equivalent, the sur- 
render is void. 

Art. 4. Among the natural rights, some are in their very nature 
unalienable, because no equivalent can be given or conceived for 
them. Of this kind are the rights of conscience. 

Art. 5. Every individual has a natural and unalienable right to 
worship God according to the dictates of his own conscience and 
reason ; and no subject shall be hurt, molested, or restrained in his 
person, liberty, or estate, for worshiping God in the manner and 



72 NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 

season most agreeable to the dictates of his own conscience, or for 
his religious profession, sentiments, or persuasion, provided he 
doth not disturb the public peace, or disturb others in their re- 
ligious worship. 

Art. 6. As morality and piety, rightly grounded on evangelical 
principles, wi]l give the best and greatest security to government, 
and will lay in the hearts of men the strongest obligations to due 
subjection, and as the knowledge of these is most likely to be 
propagated through a society by the institution of the public wor- 
ship of the Deity aud of public instruction in morality and 
religion, therefore, to promote these important purposes, the 
people of this State have a right to empower, and do hereby fully 
empower, the Legislature to authorize, from time to time, the sev- 
eral towns, parishes, bodies corporate, or religious societies within 
this State to make adequate provision, at their own expense, for 
the support and maintenance of public Protestant teachers of 
piety, religion, and morality. Provided^ notwithstanding, that the 
several towns, parishes, bodies corporate, or religious societies 
shall at all times have the exclusive right of electing their own 
public teachers, and of contracting with them for their support aud 
maintenance. And no person of any one particular religious sect 
or denomination shall ever be compelled to pay toward the support 
of the teacher or teachers of another persuasion, sect, or denomi- 
nation. And every denomination of Christians, demeaning them- 
selves quietly and as good subjects of the State, shall be equally 
under the protection of the law; and no subordination of any one 
sect or denomination to another shall ever be established by law. 
And nothing herein shall be understood to affect any former con- 
tracts made for the support of the ministry; but all such contracts 
shall remain and be in the same state as if this constitution had 
not been made. 

Art. 7. The people of this State have the sole and exclusive 
right of governing themselves as a free, sovereign, and indepen- 
dent State, and do, and forever hereafter shall, exercise and enjoy 
every power, jurisdiction, and right pertaining thereto which is not 
or may not hereafter be by them expressly delegated to the United 
States of America in Congress assembled. 

Art. 8. All power residing originally in, and being derived 



CONSTITUTION OF NEW HAMPSHIRE. 73 

from, the people, all the magistrates and officers of government 
are their substitutes and agents, and at all times accountable to 
them. 

Art. 9. No office or place whatsoever in government shall be 
hereditary, the abilities and integrity requisite in all not being 
transmissible to posterity or relations. 

Art. 10. Government being instituted for the common benefit, 
protection, and security of the whole community, and not for the 
private interest or emolument of any one man, family, or class of 
men, therefore, whenever the ends of government are perverted 
and public liberty manifestly endangered, and all other means of 
redress are ineffectual, the people may, and of right ought to, re- 
form the old or establish a new government. The doctrine of non- 
resistance against arbitrary power and oppression is absurd, slavish, 
and destructive of the good and happiness of mankind. 

Art. 11. All elections ought to be free; and every inhabitant 
of the State, having the proper qualifications, has equal right to 
elect and be elected into office- 

Art. 12. Every member of the community has a right to be 
protected by it in the enjoyment of his life, liberty, and property. 
He is, therefore, bound to contribute his share in the expense of 
such protection, and to yield his personal service, when necessary, 
or an equivalent. But no part of a man's property shall be taken 
from him or applied to public uses without his own consent or that 
of the representative body of the people. Nor are the inhabitants 
of this State controllable by any other laws than those to which 
they or their representative body have given their consent. 

Art. 13. No person who is conscientiously scrupulous about the 
lawfulness of bearing arms shall be compelled thereto, provided he 
will pay an equivalent. 

Art. 14. Every subject of this State is entitled to a certain 
remedy, by having recourse to the laws, for all injuries he may 
receive in his person, property, or character ; to obtain right and 
justice freely, without being obliged to purchase it; completely, 
and without any denial ; promptly, and without any delay ; con- 
formably to the laws. 

Art. 15. No subject shall be held to answer for any crime or 
offence until the same is fully and plainly, substantially and form- 



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ally, described to him, or be compelled to accuse or furnish 
evidence against himself. And every subject shall have a ri^ht to 
produce all proofs that may be favorable to himself, to meet the 
witnesses against him face to face, and to be full}'' heard in his 
defence by himself and counsel. And no subject shall be arrested, 
imprisoned, despoiled or deprived of his property, immunities, or 
privileges, put out of the protection of the law, exiled, or deprived 
of his life, liberty, or estate, but by the judgment of his peers or 
the laws of the land. 

Art. 36. No subject shall be liable to be tried, after an acquit- 
tal, for the same crime or offence; nor shall the Legislature make 
any law that shall subject any person to a capital punishment (ex- 
cepting for the government of the army and navy, and the militia 
in actual service) without trial by jury. 

Art. 17. In criminal prosecutions, the trial of facts in the 
vicinity where they happen is so essential to the security of the 
life, liberty, and estate of the citizen, that no crime or offence 
ought to be tried in any other county than that in which it is com- 
mitted, except in cases of general insurrection in any particular 
county, when it shall appear to the judges of the superior court 
that an impartial trial cannot be had in the county where the 
offence may be committed, and, upon their report, the Legislature 
shall think proper to direct the trial in the nearest county in which 
an impartial trial can be obtained. 

Art. 18. All penalties ought to be proportioned to the nature 
of the offence. No wise Legislature will aflSx the same punish- 
ment to the crimes of theft, forgery, and the like, which they do to 
those of murder and treason. Where the same undistinguishiug 
severity is exerted against all offences, the people are led to forget 
the real distinction in the crimes themselves, and to commit the 
most flagrant with as little compunction as they do the lightest 
offences. For the same reason, a multitude of sanguinary laws is 
both impolitic and unjust, the true design of all punishments being 
to reform, not to exterminate, mankind. 

Art. 19. Every subject hath a right to be secure from all un- 
reasonable searches and seizures of his person, his houses, his 
papers, and all his possessions. Therefore, all warrants to search 
suspected places, or arrest a person for examination or trial, in 



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prosecutions for criminal matters, are contrary to this right, if the 
cause or foundation of them be not previously supported by oath 
or affirmation, and if the order, in a warrant to a civil officer, to 
make search in suspected places, or to arrest one or more sus- 
pected persons, or to seize their property, be not accompanied 
with a special designatioii of the persons or objects of search, 
arrest, or seizure ; and no warrant ought to be issued but in cases 
and with the formalities prescribed by law. 

Art. 20. In all controversies concerning property and in all 
suits between two or more persons, except in cases in which it has 
been heretofore otherwise used and practiced, and except in cases 
in which the value in controversy does not exceed one hundred 
dollars and title of real estate is not concerned, the parties have a 
right to trial by jury; and this method of procedure shall be held 
sacred, unless, in cases arising on the high seas and such as relate 
to mariners' wages, the Legislature shall think it necessary here- 
after to alter it. 

Art. 21. In order to reap the fullest advantage of the inesti- 
mable privilege of trial by jury, great care ought to be taken that 
none but qualified persons should be appointed to serve; and such 
ought to be fully compensated for their travel, time, and attend- 
ance. 

Art. 22. The liberty of the press is essential to the security of 
freedom in a State; it ought, therefore, to be inviolably pre- 
served. 

Art. 23. Retrospective laws are highly injurious, oppressive, 
and unjust. No such laws, therefore, should be made, either for 
the decision of civil causes or the punishment of offences. 

Art. 24. A well-regulated miUtia is the proper, natural, and 
sure defence of a State. 

Art. 25. Standing armies are dangerous to liberty, and ought 
not to be raised or kept up without the consent of the Legislature. 

Art. 26. In all cases and at all times the military ought to be 
under strict subordination to, and governed by, the civil power. 

Art. 27. No soldier in time of peace shall be quartered in any 
house without the consent of the owner; and in time of war such 
quarters ought not to be made but by the civil magistrate, in a 
manner ordained by the Legislature. 



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Art. 28. No subsidy, charge, tax, impost, or duty shall be 
established, fixed, laid, or levied, under any pretext whatsoever, 
without the consent of the people or their representatives in the 
Legislature, or authority derived from that body. 

Art. 29. The power of suspending the laws or the execution of 
them ought never to be exercised but by the Legislature, or by 
authority derived therefrom, to be exercised in such particular 
cases only as the Legislature shall expressly provide for. 

Art. 30. The freedom of deliberation, speech, and debate in 
either house of the Legislature is so essential to the rights of the 
people that it cannot be the foundation of any action, complaint, 
or prosecution in any other court or place whatsoever. 

Art. 31. The Legislature shall assemble for the redress of pub- 
lic grievances and for making such laws as the public good may 
require. 

Art. 32. The people have a right, in an orderly and peaceable 
manner, to assemble and consult ui)on the common good, give in- 
structions to their representatives, and to request of the legislative 
body, by way of petition or remonstrance, redress of the wrongs 
done them, and of the grievances they suffer. 

Art. 33. No magistrate or court of law shall demand excessive 
bail or sureties, impose excessive fines, or inflict cruel or unusual 
punishments. 

Art. 34. No person can in any case be subjected to law martial 
or to any pains or penalties by virtue of that law, except those em- 
ployed in the army or navy, and except the militia in actual ser- 
vice, but by authority of the Legislature. 

Art. 35. It is essential to the preservation of the rights of 
every individual, his life, liberty, property, and character, that 
there be an impartial interpretation of the laws and administration 
of justice. It is the right of every citizen to be tried by judges as 
impartial as the lot of humanity will admit. It is, therefore, not 
only the best policy, but for the security of the rights of the 
people, that the judges of the supreme judicial court should hold 
their offices so long as they behave well, subject, however, to such 
limitations on account of age as may be provided by the Constitu- 
tion of the State ; and that they should have honorable salaries, 
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Art. 36. Economy being a most essential virtue in all States, 
especially in a young one, no pension should be granted but in con- 
sideration of actual services; and such pensions ought to be 
granted with great caution by the Legislature, and never for more 
than one year at a time. 

Akt. 37. In the government of this State, the three essential 
powers thereof — to wit, the legislative, executive, and judicial — 
ought to be kept as separate from, and independent of, each other 
as the nature of a free government will admit, or as is consistent 
with that chain of connection that binds the whole fabric of the 
Constitution in one indissoluble bond of union and amity. 

Art. 38. A frequent recurrence to the fundamental principles 
of the Constitution, and a constant adherence to justice, modera- 
tion, temperance, industry, frugality, and all the social virtues, are 
indispensably necessary to preserve the blessings of liberty and 
good government. The people ought, therefore, to have a partic- 
ular regard to all those principles in the choice of their oflEicers 
and representatives; and they have a right to require of their law- 
givers and magistrates an exact and constant observance of them 
in the formation and execution of the laws necessarv for the good 
administration of government. 



PART SECOND. 

FORM OF GOVERNMENT. 

Article 1. The people inhabiting the territory formerly called 
The Province of New Hampshire do hereby solemnly and mutually 
agree with each other to form themselves into a free, sovereign, 
and independent body politic, or State, by the name of The State 
OF New Hampshire. 

GENERAL COURT. 

Art. 2. The supreme legislative power within this State shall 
be vested in the Senate and House of Representatives, each of 
which shall have a negative on the other. 



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Akt. 3. The S^^nate and House shall assemble biennially, on the 
first Wednesday of January, and at such Ather times as thej'' may 
judge necessary, and shall dissolve and be dissolved seven days 
next preceding the said first Wednesday of January biennially, and 
shall be styled The General Court of New Hampshire. 

Art. 4. The General Court shall forever have full power and 
authority to erect and constitute judicatories and courts of record 
or other courts, to be holden in the name of the State, for the 
hearing, trying, and determining all manner of crimes, off'ences, 
pleas, processes, plaints, actions, causes, matters and things what- 
soever, arising or happening within this State, or between or con- 
cerning persons inhabiting or residing or brought within the same, 
whether the same be criminal or civil, or whether the crimes be 
capital or not capital, and whether the said pleas be real, personal, 
©r mixed, and for the awarding and issuing execution thereon, to 
which courts and judicatories are hereby given and granted full 
power and authority, from time to time, to administer oaths or 
affirmations for the better discovery of truth in any matter in con- 
troversy or depending before them. 

Art. 5. And, further, full power and authority are hereby given 
and granted to the said General Court, from time to time, to make, 
ordain, and establish all manner of wholesome and reasonable or- 
ders, laws, statutes, ordinances, directions, and instructions, either 
with penalties or without, so as the same be not repugnant or con- 
trary to this Constitution, as they may judge for the benefit and 
welfare of this State and for the governing and ordering thereof 
and of the subjects of the same, for the necessary support and de- 
fence of the government thereof; and to name and settle bien- 
nially, or provide by fixed laws for the naming and settling of, all 
civil officers within this State, such officers excepted the election 
and appointment of whom are hereafter in this form of govern- 
ment otherwise provided for; and to set forth the several duties, 
powers, and limits of the several civil and military officers of this 
State, and the forms of such oaths or atiarmations as shall be 
respectively administered unto them for the execution of their 
several offices and places, so as the same be not repugnant or con- 
trary to this Constitution; and also to impose fines, mulcts, 
imprisonments, and other punishments; and to impose and levy 



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proportional and reasonable assessments, rates, and taxes upon all 
the inhabitants of, and residents within, the said State, and upon 
all estates within the same, to be issued and disposed of by war- 
rant, under the hand of the Governor of this State for the time 
being, with the advice and consent of the Council, for the public 
service, in the necessary defence and support of the government 
of this State and the protection and preservation of the subjects 
thereof, according to such acts as are or shall be in force within the 
same. Provided, that the General Court shall not authorize any 
town to loan or give its money or credit, directly or indirectly, for 
the benefit of any corporation having for its object a dividend 
of profits, or in any way aid the same by taking its stock or 
bonds. 

Art. 6. And, while the public charges of government or any 
part thereof shall be assessed on polls and estates in the manner 
that has heretofore been practiced, in order that such assessments 
may be made with equality, there shall be a valuation of the estates 
within the State taken anew once in every five years, at least, and 
as much oftener as the General Court shall order. 

Art. 7. No member of the General Court shall take fees, be of 
counsel, or act as advocate in any cause before either branch of the 
Legislature; and upon due proof thereof, such member shall for- 
feit his seat in the Legislature. 

Art. 8. The doors of the galleries of each house of the Legis- 
lature shall be kept open to all persons who behave decently, ex- 
cept when the welfare of the State, in the opinion of either branch, 
shall require secrecy. 

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. 

Art. 9. There shall be, in the Legislature of the State, a repre- 
sentation of the people, biennially elected, and founded upon the 
principles of equality ; and, in order that such representation may 
be as equal as circumstances will admit, every town, or place en- 
titled to town privileges, and wards of cities having six hundred 
inhabitants by the last general census of the State, taken by 
authority of the United States or of this State, may elect one 
representative ; if eighteen hundred such inhabitants, may elect 
two representatives; and so proceeding in that proportion, making 



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twelve hundred such inhabitants the mean increasing number for 
any additional representative. Provided^ that no town shall be 
divided or the boundaries of the wards of any city so altered as to 
increase the number of representatives to which such town or city 
may be entitled by the next preceding census; and |Jro^■^■cZe<:?, 
further^ that to those towns and cities which since the last census 
have been divided or had their boundaries or ward lines changed, 
the General Court, in session next before these amendments shall 
take effect, shall equitably apportion representation in such man- 
ner that the number shall not be greater than it would have been 
had no such division or alteration been made. 

Art. 10. Whenever any town, place, or city ward shall have 
less than six hundred such inhabitants, the General Court shall 
authorize such town, place, or ward to elect and send to the Gen- 
eral Court a representative such proportionate part of the time as 
the number of its inhabitants shall bear to six hundred; but the 
General Court shall not authorize any such town, place, or ward 
to elect and send such representative, except as herein pro- 
vided. 

Art. 11. The members of the House of Representatives shall 
be chosen biennially, in the month of November, and shall be the 
second branch of the Legislature. 

Art. 12. All persons qualified to vote in the election of sena- 
tors shall be entitled to vote within the district where they dwell, 
in the choice of representatives. 

Art. 13. Every member of the House of Representatives shall 
be chosen by ballot, and for two years, at least, next preceding his 
election, shall have been an inhabitant of this State; shall be, at 
the time of his election, an inhabitant of the town, parish, or place 
he may be chosen to represent; and shall cease to represent such 
town, parish, or place immediately on his ceasing to be qualified 
as aforesaid. 

Art. 14. The presiding officers of both houses of the Legisla- 
ture shall severally receive out of the state treasury as compensa- 
tion in full for their services, for the term elected, the sum of two 
hundred and fifty dollars, and all other members thereof season- 
ably attending and not departing without license, the sum of two 
hundred dollars, exclusive of mileage; provided, however, that 



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when a special session shall he called by the Governor, such officers 
and members shall receive for attendance an additional compensa- 
tion of three dollars per day for a period not exceeding fifteen 
days, and the usual mileage. 

Akt. 15. All intermediate vacancies in the House of Represent- 
atives may be filled up, from time to time, in the same manner as 
biennial elections are made. 

Art. 16. The House of Representatives shall be the grand in- 
quest of the State, and all impeachments made by them shall be 
heard and tried by the Senate. 

Art. 17. All money bills shall originate in the House of Repre- 
sentatives, but the Senate may propose or concur with amend- 
ments, as on other bills. 

Art. 18. The House of Representatives shall have power to ad- 
journ themselves, but no longer than two days at a time. 

Art. 19. A majority of the members of the House of Repre- 
sentatives shall be a quorum for doing business, but, when less 
than two thirds of the representatives elected shall be present, the 
assent of two thirds of those members shall be necessary to render 
their acts and proceedings valid. 

Art, 20. No member of the House of Representatives or Senate 
shall be arrested or held to bail on mesne process, during his going 
to, returning from, or attendance upon the court. 

Art. 21. The House of Representatives shall choose their own 
speaker, appoint their own officers, and settle the rules of proceed- 
ings in their own House, and shall be judge of the returns, elec- 
tions, and qualifications of its members, as pointed out in this Con- 
stitution. They shall have authority to punish by imprisonment 
every person who shall be guilty of disrespect to the House, in its 
presence, by any disorderly and contemptuous behavior, or by 
threatening or ill-treating any of its members, or by obstructing 
its deliberations; every person guilty of a breach of its privileges 
in making arrests for debt, or by assaulting any member during 
his attendance at any session ; in assaulting or disturbing any one 
of its officers in the execution of any order or procedure of the 
House; in assaulting any witness or other person ordered to attend 
by, and during his attendance of, the House, or in rescuing 



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auj^ person arrested by order of the House, knowing them to be 
such. 

Art. 22. The Senate, Governor, and Council shall have the 
same powers in like cases, j^^ovided, that no imprisonment by 
either for any offence exceed ten days. 

Art. 23. The journals of the proceedings and all public acts of 
both houses of the Legislature shall be printed and published im- 
mediately after every adjournment or prorogation, and, upon 
motion made by any one member, the yeas and nays upon any 
question shall be entered on the journal, and any member of the 
Senate or House of Representatives shall have a right, on motion 
made at the same time for that purpose, to have his protest or dis- 
sent, with the reasons, against any vote, resolve, or bill passed, 
entered on the journal. 

SENATE. 

Art. 24. The Senate shall consist of twenty-four members, who 
shall hold their office for two years from the first Wednesday of 
January next ensuing their election. 

Art. 25. And, that the State may be equally represented in the 
Senate, the Legislature shall, from time to time, divide the State 
into twenty-four districts, as nearly equal as may be without 
dividing towns and unincorporated places; and, in making this 
division, they shall govern themselves by the proportion of direct 
taxes paid by the said districts, and timely make known to the in- 
habitants of the State the limits of each district. 

Art. 26. The freeholders and other inhabitants of each district, 
qualified as in this Constitution is provided, shall, bienniall}^, give 
in their votes tor a senator at some meeting holden in the month 
of November. 

Art. 27. The Senate shall be the first branch of the Legisla- 
ture, and the senators shall be chosen in the following manner, 
viz.: Every male inhabitant of each town, and parish with town 
privileges, and places unincorporated, in this State, of twenty-one 
years of age and upward, excepting paupers and i)ersons excused 
from paying taxes at their own request, shall have a right, at the 
biennial or other meetings of the inhabitants of said towns and 
parishes, to be duly warned and holden bienniall}', forever, in the 



CONSTITUTION OF NEW HAMPSHIRE. 83 

month of November, to vote, in the town or parish wherein he 
dwells, for the senator in the district whereof he is a member. 

Art. 28. Provided, nevertheless, that no person shall be capable 
of being elected a senator who is not of the age of thirty years, 
and who shall not have been an inhabitant of this State for seven 
years immediately preceding his election; and at the time thereof, 
he shall be an inhabitant of the district for which he shall be 
chosen. 

Art. 29. And every person qualified as the Constitution pro- 
vides shall be considered an inhabitant, for the purpose of elect- 
ing and being elected into any ofiice or place within this State, in 
the town, parish, and plantation where he dwelleth and hath his 
home. 

Art. 30. And the inhabitants of plantations and places unincor- 
porated, qualified as this Constitution provides, who are or shall be 
required to assess taxes upon themselves toward the support of 
government, or shall be taxed therefor, shall have the same privi- 
lege of voting for senators, in the plantations and places wherein 
they reside, as the inhabitants of the respective towns and parishes 
aforesaid have. And the meetings of such plantations and places, 
for that purpose, shall be holden biennially in the month of Novem- 
ber, at such places respectively therein as the assessors thereof 
shall direct; which assessors shall have like authority for notifying 
the electors, collecting and returning the votes, as the select- 
men and town clerks have in their several towns by this Con- 
stitution. 

Art. 31. The meetings for the choice of Governor, Council, 
and senators shall be warned by warrant from the selectmen, and 
governed by a moderator, who shall, in the presence of the select- 
men (whose duty it shall be to attend), in open meeting, receive 
the votes of all the inhabitants of such towns and parishes present 
and qualified to vote for senators; and shall, in said meetings, in 
presence of the said selectmen and of the town clerk in said meet- 
ings, sort and count the said votes, and make a public declaration 
thereof, with the name of every person voted for and the number 
of votes for each person; and the town clerk shall make a fair 
record of the same, at large, in the town book, and shall make out 
a fair attested copy thereof, to be by him sealed up and directed 



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to the secretary of the State, with a superscription expressing the 
purport thereof; and the said town cleric shall cause such attested 
copy to be delivered to the sheriflf of the county in which said 
town or parish shall lie thirty days, at least, before the first 
Wednesday of January, or to the secretary of the State at least 
twenty days before the said first Wednesday of January; and the 
sheriff of each county or his deputy shall deliver all such certifi- 
cates by him received into the secretary's oflace at least twenty 
days before the first Wednesday of January. 

Art. 32. And, that there may be a due meeting of senators on 
the first Wednesday of January, biennially, the Governor and a 
majority of the Council for the time being shall, as soon as may 
be, examine the returned copies of such records, and, fourteen 
days before the first Wednesday of January he shall issue his sum- 
mons to such p ersons as appear to be chosen senators by a majority 
of votes to attend and take their seats on that day; provided, 
nevertheless, that, for the first year, the said returned copies shall 
be examined by the president and a majority of the Council then 
in ofiice; and the said president shall, in like manner, notify the 
persons elected to attend and take their seats accordingly. 

Art. 33. And, in case there shall not appear to be a senator 
elected by a majority of votes for any district, the deficiency shall 
be supplied in the following manner, viz.: the members of the 
House of Representatives and such senators as shall be declared 
elected shall take the names of the two persons having the highest 
number of votes in the district, and out of them shall elect, by 
joint ballot, the senator wanted for such district; and, in this man- 
ner, all such vacancies shall be filled up in every district of the 
State; all vacancies in the Senate arising by death, removal out of 
the State, or otherwise, except from failure to elect, shall be filled 
by a new election by the people of the district upon the requisition 
of the Governor as soon as may be after such vacancies shall 
happen. 

Art. 34. The Senate shall be final judges of the elections, re- 
turns, and qualifications of their own members, as pointed out in 
this Constitution. 

Art. 35. The Senate shall have power to adjourn themselves, 
provided such adjournment do not exceed two days at a time ; 



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provided^ nevertheless^ that, whenever they shall sit on the trial of 
any impeachment, they may adjourn -to such time and place as 
they may think proper, although the Legislature be not assembled 
on such day or at such place. 

Art. 36. The Senate shall appoint their president and other 
officers and determine their own rules of proceedings. And not 
less than thirteen members of the Senate shall make a quorum for 
doinsr business; and. when less than sixteen senators shall be 
present, the assent of ten, at least, shall be necessary to render 
their acts and proceedings valid. 

Art. 37. The Senate shall be a court, with full power and 
authority to hear, try, and determine all impeachments made by 
the House of Representatives against any officer or officers of the 
State, for bribery, corruption, malpractice, or maladministration in 
office, with full power to issue summons or compulsory process for 
convening witnesses before them; but, previous to the trial of any 
such impeachment, the members of the Senate shall respectively 
be sworn trul}^ and impartially to try and determine the charge in 
question, according to evidence. And every officer impeached for 
bribery, corruption, malpractice, or maladministration in office 
shall be served with an attested copy of the impeachment and 
order of Senate thereon, with such citation as the Senate may 
direct, setting forth the time and place of their sitting to try the 
impeachment; which service shall be made by the sheriflf, or such 
other sworn officer as the Senate may appoint, at least fourteen 
days previous to the time of trial; and, such citation being duly 
served and returned, the Senate may proceed in the hearing of the 
impeachment, giving the person impeached, if he shall appear, full 
liberty of producing witnesses and proofs and of making his de- 
fence by himself and counsel; and may, also, upon his refusing or 
neglecting to appear, hear the proofs in support of the impeach- 
ment, and render judgment thereon, his non-appearance notwith- 
standing; and such judgment shall have the same force and 
effect as if the person impeached had appeared and pleaded in 
the trial. 

Art. 38. Their judgment, however, shall not extend further 
than removal from office, disqualification to hold or enjoy any 
place of honor, trust, or profit under this State; but the party so 



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convicted shall, nevertheless, be liable to indictment, trial, judg- 
ment, and punishment, according to the laws of the land. 

Art. 39. Whenever the Governor shall be impeached, the chief 
justice of the supreme judicial court shall, during the trial, preside 
in the Senate, but have no vote therein. 

EXECUTIVE POWER. — GOVERNOR. 

Art. 40. There shall be a supreme executive magistrate, who 
shall be styled Governor of the State of New Hampshire, and 
whose title shall be His Excellency. 

Art. 41. The Governor shall be chosen biennially, in the month 
of November, and the votes for Governor shall be received, sorted, 
counted, certified, and returned in the same manner as the votes 
for senators; and the secretary shall lay the same before the 
Senate and House of Representatives on the first Wednesday of 
January, to be by them examined; and, in case of an election by 
a majority of votes through the State, the choice shall be by them 
declared and published ; and the qualifications of electors of the 
Governor shall be the same as those for senators ; and, if no person 
shall have a majority of votes, the Senate and House of Represent- 
atives shall, by a joint ballot, elect one of the two persons having 
the highest number of votes, who shall be declared Governor. 
And no person shall be eligible to this office unless, at the time of 
his election, he shall have been an inhabitant of this State for 
seven years next preceding, and unless he shall be of the age of 
thirty years. 

Art. 42. In case of disagreement between the two houses with 
regard to the time or place of adjournment or prorogation, the 
Governor, with advice of Council, shall have the right to adjourn 
or prorogue the General Court, not exceeding ninety days at any 
one time, as he may determine the public good may require; and 
he shall dissolve the same seven days before the said first Wednes- 
day of January. And, in case of any infectious distemper prevail- 
ing in the place where the said Court at any time is to convene, or 
any other cause whereby dangers may arise to the health or lives 
of the members from their attendance, the Governor may direct 
the session to be holden at some other, the most convenient, place 
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Art. 43. Every bill which shall have passed both houses of the 
General Court 'shall, before it becomes a law, be presented to the 
Governor ; if he approve, he shall sign it, but if not, he shall re- 
turn it, with his objections, to that house iu which it shall have 
originated, who shall enter the objections at large on their journal 
and proceed to reconsider it. If, after such reconsideration, two 
thirds of that house shall agree to pass the bill, it shall be sent, to- 
gether with such objections, to the other house, by which it shall 
likewise be reconsidered; and, if approved by two thirds of that 
house, it shall become a law. But, in all such cases, the votes of 
both houses shall be determined by yeas and nays; and the names 
of the persons voting for or against the bill shall be entered on the 
journal of each house respectively. If any bill shall not be re- 
turned by the Governor within five days (Sundays excepted) after 
it shall have been presented to him, the same shall be a law in like 
manner as if he had signed it, unless the Legislature, by their 
adjournment, prevent its return, in which case it shall not be a 
law. 

Art. 44. Every resolve shall be presented to the Governor, 
and, before the same shall take eflfect, shall be approved by him, 
or, being disapproved by him, shall be repassed by the Senate and 
House of Representatives, according to the rules and limitations 
prescribed iu the case of a bill. 

Art. 45, All judicial officers, the attorney-general, coroners, and 
all officers of the navy and general and field officers of the militia 
shall be nominated and appointed by the Governor and Council; 
and every such nomination shall be made at least three days prior 
to such appointment ; and no appointment shall take place unless 
a majority of the Council agree thereto. 

Art. 46. The Governor and Council shall have a negative on 
each other, both in the nominations and appointments. Every 
nomination and appointment shall be signed by the Governor and 
Council, and every negative shall be also signed by the Governor 
or Council who made the same. 

Art. 47. The captains and subalterns in the respective regi- 
ments shall be nominated and recommended by the field officers 
to the Governor, who is to issue their commissions immediately on 
receipt of such recommendation. 



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Art. 48. Whenever the chair of the Governor shall become 
vacant, by reason of his death, absence from the State, or other- 
wise, the president of the Senate shall, during such vacancy, have 
and exercise all the powers and authorities which, by this Consti- 
tution, the Governor is vested with when personally present; but, 
when the president of the Senate shall exercise the office of Gov- 
ernor, he shall not hold his office in the Senate. Whenever the 
chair, both of the Governor and of the president of the Senate, shall 
become vacant, by reason of their death, absence from the State, 
or otherwise, the speaker of the House shall, during such vacan- 
cies, have and exercise all the powers and authorities which, by 
this Constitution, the Governor is vested with when personally 
present; but when the speaker of the House shall exercise the 
office of Governor, he shall not hold his office in the House. 

Art. 49. The Governor, with advice of Council, shall have full 
power and authority, in recess of the General Court, to prorogue 
the same from time to time, not exceeding ninety days in any one 
recess of said Court, and, during the sessions of said Court, to ad- 
journ or prorogue it to any time the two houses may desire; and 
to call it together sooner than the time to which it may be ad- 
journed or prorogued, if the welfare of the State should require 
the same. 

Art. 50. The Governor of this State, for the time being, shall 
be commander-in-chief of the army and navy and all the military 
forces of the State by sea and land; and shall have full power, by 
himself or by any chief commander or other officer or officers, 
from time to time, to train, instruct, exercise, and govern the 
militia and navy; and, for the special defence and safety of this 
State, to assemble in martial array and put in warlike posture the 
inhabitants thereof, and to lead and conduct them, and with them 
to encounter, repulse, repel, resist, and pursue by force of arms, 
as well by sea as by land, within and without the limits of this 
State; and, also, to kill, slay, destroy, if necessary, and conquer by 
all fitting ways, enterprise, and means, all and every such person 
and persons as shall at any time hereafter, in a hostile manner, 
attempt or enterprise the destruction, invasion, detriment, or an- 
noyance of this State ; and to use and exercise over the army and 
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CONSTITUTION OF NEW HAMPSHIRE. 89 

of war, invasion, and, also, in rebellion declared by the Legislature 
to exist, as occasion shall necessarily require ; and surprise, bj'- all 
ways and means whatsoever, all and every such person or persons, 
with their ships, arms, ammunition, and other goods, as shall, in a 
hostile manner, invade, or attempt the invading, conquering, or 
annoying this State; and, in fine, the Governor hereby is intrusted 
with all other powers incident to the office as captain-general and 
commander-in-chief and admiral, to be exercised agreeably to the 
rules and regulations of the Constitution and laws of the land ; 
provided^ that the Governor shall not, at any time hereafter, by 
virtue of any power b}' this Constitution granted, or hereafter to 
be granted to him by the Legislature, transport any of the inhab- 
itants of this State or oblige them to march out of the limits of the 
same without their free and voluntary consent or the consent of 
the General Court, nor grant commissions for exercising the law 
martial in any case without the advice and consent of the 
Council. 

Art. 51. The power of pardoning offences, except such as per- 
sons may be convicted of before the Senate, by impeachment of 
the House, shall be in the Governor, b}^ and with the advice of 
Council; but no charter of pardon, granted by the Governor, with 
advice of Council, before conviction, shall avail the party pleading 
the same, notwithstanding any general or particular expressions 
contained therein, descriptive of the offence or offences intended 
to be pardoned. 

Art. 52. No officer, duly commissioned to command in the 
militia, shall be removed from his office but by the address of both 
houses to the Governor, or by fair trial in court-martial j)ursuant 
to the laws of the State for the time being. 

Art. 53. The commanding officers of the regiments shall ap- 
point their adjutants and quartermasters; the brigadiers, their 
brigade-majors; the major-generals, their aids; the captains and 
subalterns, their non-commissioned officers. 

Art. 54. The division of the militia into brigades, regiments 
companies, made in pursuance of the militia laws now in force, 
shall be considered as the proper division of the militia of this 
State, until the same shall be altered by some future law. 

Art. 55. No moneys shall be issued out of the treasury of this 



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State and disposed of (except such sums as may be appropriated 
for the redemption of bills of credit or treasurer's notes, or for the 
payment of interest arising thereon) but by warrant under the 
hand of the Governor for the time being, by and with the advice 
and consent of the Council, for the necessary support and defence 
of this State, and for the necessary protection and preservation of 
the inhabitants thereof, agreeably to the acts and resolves of the 
General Court. 

Art. 56. All public boards, the commissary-general, all superin- 
tending officers of public magazines and stores belonging to this 
State, and all commanding officers of forts and garrisons within 
the same, shall, once in every three months, officially and without 
requisition, and at other times when required by the Governor, de- 
liver to him an account of all goods, stores, provisions, ammuni- 
tion, cannon with their appendages, and all small arms with their 
accoutrements, and all other public property under their care 
respectively, distinguishing the quantity and kind of each as par- 
ticularly as may be, together with the condition of such frts and 
garrisons. And the commanding officer shall exhibit to the Gov- 
ernor, when required by him, true and exact plans of such forts, 
and of the land and sea, or harbor or harbors, adjacent. 

Art. 57. The Governor and Council shall be compensated for 
their services, from time to time, by such grants as the General 
Court shall think reasonable. 

Art. 58. Permanent and honorable salaries shall be established 
by law for the justices of the superior court. 

COUNCIL. 

Art. 59. There shall be biennially elected by ballot five council- 
ors, for advising the Governor in the executive part of govern- 
ment. The freeholders and other inhabitants in each county, 
qualified to vote for senators, shall, some time in the month of No- 
vember, give in their votes for one councilor, which votes shall be 
received, sorted, counted, certified, and returned to the secretary's 
office, in the same manner as the votes for senators, to be by the 
secretary laid before the Senate and House of Representatives on 
the first Wednesday of January. 

Art. 60. And the person having a majority of votes in any 



CONSTITUTION OF NEW HAMPSHIRE. 91 

county shall be considered as duly elected a councilor; but if no 
person shall have a majority of votes in any county, the Senate 
and House of Representatives shall take the names of the two per- 
sons who have the highest number of votes in each county and 
not elected, and, out of those two, shall elect, by joint ballot, the 
councilor wanted for such county; and the qualifications for coun- 
cilors shall be the same as for senator. 

Akt. 61. If any person thus chosen a councilor shall be elected 
Governor or member of either branch of the Legislature and shall 
accept the trust, or if any person elected a councilor shall refuse 
to accept the office, or in case of the death, resignation, or removal 
of any councilor out of the State, the Governor may issue a pre- 
cept for the election of a new councilor in that county where such 
vacancy shall happen ; and the choice shall be in the same manner 
as before directed; and the Governor shall have full power and 
authority to convene the Council, from time to time, at his discre- 
tion; and, with them or the majority of them, may and shall, from 
time to time, hold a council for ordering and directing the affairs 
of this State, according to the laws of the land. 

Art. 62. The members of the Council may be impeached by the 
House and tried by the Senate for bribery, corruption, malpractice, 
or maladministration. 

Aet. 63. The resolutions and advice of the Council shall be re- 
corded by the secretary in a register, and signed by all the mem- 
bers present agreeing thereto; and this record may be called for at 
any time by either house of the Legislature; and any member of 
the Council may enter his opinion contrary to the resolution of the 
majority, with the reasons for such opinion. 

Art. 64. The Legislature may, if the public good shall hereafter 
require it, divide the State into five districts, as nearly equal as 
may be, governing themselves by the number of ratable polls and 
proportion of public taxes, each district to elect a councilor; and, 
in case of such division, the manner of the choice shall be con- 
formable to the present mode of election in counties. 

Art. 65. And, whereas the elections appointed to be made by 
this Constitution on the first Wednesday of January biennially, by 
the two houses of the Legislature, may not be completed on that 
day, the said elections may be adjourned from day to day until the 



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same be completed. And the order of the elections shall be as 
follows: The vacancies in the Senate, if any, shall be first filled 
up; the Governor shall then be elected, provided there shall be no 
choice of him by the people; and, afterwards, the two houses shall 
proceed to fill up the vacancy, if any, in the Council. 

SECRETARY, TREASURER, COMMISSARY-GENERAL, ETC. 

Art. 66. The secretary, treasurer, aud commissary-general shall 
be chosen by joint ballot of the senators and representatives, 
assembled in one room. 

Art. 67. The records of the State shall be kept in the office of 
the secretary; and he shall attend the Governor and Council, the 
Senate and Representatives, in person or by deputy, as they may 
require. 

Art. 68. The secretary of the State shall at all times have a 
deputy, to be by him appointed, for whose conduct in office he 
shall be responsible; and, in case of the death, removal, or in- 
ability of the secretary, his deputy shall exercise all the duties of 
the office of secretary of this State until another shall be ap- 
pointed. 

Art. 69. The secretary, before he enters upon the business of 
his office, shall give bond, with sufficient sureties, in a reasonable 
sum, for the use of the State, for the punctual performance of his 
trust. 

Art. 70. The county treasurers, registers of probate, solicitors, 
sheriffs, and registers of deeds shall be elected by the inhabitants 
of the several towns in the several counties in the State, according 
to the method now practiced and the laws of the State ; provided, 
nevertheless, the Legislature shall have authority to alter the man- 
ner of certifying the votes and the mode of electing those officers, 
but not so as to deprive the people of the right they now have of 
electing them. 

Art. 71. And the Legislature, on the application of the major 
part of the inhabitants of any county, shall have authority to di- 
vide the same into two districts for registering deeds, if to them it 
shall appear necessary, each district to elect a register of deeds; 
and, before they enter upon the business of their offices, shall be 



CONSTITUTION OF NEW HAMPSHIRE. 98 

respectively sworn faithfully to discharge the duties thereof, and 
shall severally give bond, with sufficient sureties, in a reasonable 
sum, for the use of the county, for the punctual performance of 
their respective trusts. 

JUDICIARY POWER. 

Art. 72. The tenure that all commissioned officers shall have by 
law in their offices shall be expressed in their respective commis- 
sions. All judicial officers, duly appointed, commissioned, and 
sworn, shall hold their offices during good behavior, excepting 
those concerning whom there is a different provision made in this 
Constitution; x)rovidecl^ nevertheleas^ the Governor, with consent of 
Council, may remove them upon the address of both houses of the 
Legislature. 

Art. 73. Each branch of the Legislature, as well as the Gover- 
nor and Council, shall have authority to require the opinions of 
the justices of the superior court upon important questions of 
law and upon solemn occasions. 

Art. 74. In order that the people may not suffer froni the long 
continuance in place of any justice of the peace who shall fail in 
discharging the important duties of his office with ability and 
fidelity, all commissions of justices of the peace shall become void 
at the expiration of five years from their respective dates; and, 
upon the expiration of any commission, the same may, if neces- 
sary, be renewed, or another person appointed, as shall most con- 
duce to the well-being of the State. 

Art. 75. All causes of marriage, divorce, and alimony, and all 
appeals from the respective judges of probate, shall be heard and 
tried by the superior court, until the Legislature shall by law make 
other provision. 

Art. 76. The General Court are empowered to give to justices 
of the peace jurisdiction in civil causes, when the damages de- 
manded shall not exceed one hundred dollars, and title of real 
estate is not concerned, but with right of appeal to either party to 
some other court. 

Art. 77. No person shall hold the office of judge of any court,, 
or judge of probate, or sherifi" of any county, after he has attained 
the age of seventy years. 



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Akt. 78. No judge of any court or justice of the peace shall act 
as attorney, or be of counsel to any party, or originate any civil 
suit, in matters which shall come or be brought before him as 
judge or justice of the peace. 

Art. 79. All matters relating to the probate of wills and grant- 
ing letters of administration shall be exercised by the judges of 
probate in such manner as the Legislature have directed or may 
hereafter direct; and the judges of probate shall hold their courts 
at such place or places, on such fixed days, as the conveniency 
of the people may require, and the Legislature from time to time 
appoint. 

Art. 80. No judge or register of probate shall be of counsel, act 
as advocate, or receive any fees as advocate or counsel, in anj^ pro- 
bate business which is pending or may be brought into any court 
of probate in the countj'- of which he is judge or register. 

CLERKS OF COURTS. 

Art. 81. The judges of the courts (those of probate excepted) 
shall appoint their respective clerks, to hold their office during 
pleasure; and no such clerk shall act as an attorney or be of coun- 
sel in any cause in the court of which he is clerk, nor shal] he draw 
any writ originating a civil action. 

ENCOURAGEMENT OF LITERATURE, ETC. 

Art. 82. Knowledge and learning generally diffused through a 
community being essential to the preservation of a free govern- 
ment, and spreading the opportunities and advantages of education 
through the various parts of the country being highly conducive 
to promote this end, it shall be the duty of the legislators and 
magistrates, in all future periods of this government, to cherish 
the interest of literature and the sciences, and all seminaries and 
public schools; to encourage private and public institutions, re- 
wards and immunities for the promotion of agriculture, arts, 
sciences, commerce, trades, manufactures, and natural history of 
the country; to countenance and inculcate the principles of 
humanity and general benevolence, public and private charity, in- 
dustry and economy, honesty and punctualit}^ sincerity, sobriety, 
and all social affections and generous sentiments, among the 



CONSTITUTION OF NEW HAMPSHIRE. 95 

* 
p3ople; i^rovided^ nevertheless^ that no money raised by taxation 

shall ever be granted or applied for the use of the schools or insti- 
tutions of any religious sect or denomination. 

OATHS AND SUBSCRIPTIONS. — EXCLUSION FROM OFFICES. — COM- 
MISSIONS. — WRITS. — CONFIRMATION OF LAAVS. — HABEAS COR- 
PUS. — THE ENACTING STYLE. — CONTINUANCE OF OFFICERS. — 
PROVISION FOR A FUTURE REVISION OF THE CONSTITUTION, ETC. 

Art. 83. Any person chosen governor, councilor, senator, or 
representative, military or civil officer (town officers exceiDted), 
accepting the trust, shall, before he proceeds to execute the duties 
of his office, make and subscribe the following declarations, viz. : 

I, A B, do solemnly swear that I will bear faith and true alle- 
giance to the State of New Hampshire and will support the Con- 
stitution thereof. So help me God. 

I, A B, do solemnlv and sincerelv swear and affirm that I will 
faithfully and impartially discharge and perform all the duties 
incumbent on me as , according to the best of my 

abilities, agreeably to the rules and regulations of this Constitution 
and the laws of the State of New Hampshire. So help me God. 

Any person having taken and subscribed the oath of allegiance, 
and the same beino- filed in the secretary's office, he shall not be 
obliged to take said oath again ; provided, always, when any person 
chosen or appointed as aforesaid shall be of the denomination called 
Quakers, or shall be scrupulous of swearing and shall decline taking 
the said oaths, such jDerson shall take and subscribe them, omitting 
the word " sivear,"*^ and likewise the words, " So help me God,^"* sub- 
joining instead thereof, " This I do under the ^Jcm^5 and p>enaUies of 
perjury.^'' 

Art. 84. And the oaths or affirmations shall be taken and sub- 
scribed by the Governor, before the president of the Senate, in 
presence of both houses of the Legislature ; and by the senators and 
representatives first elected under this Constitution, as altered and 
amended, before the president of the State and a majority of the 
Council then in office, and forever afterward before the Governor 
and Council for the time being ; and by all other officers, before 
such persons and in such manner as the Legislature shall from time 
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Art. 85. All commissions shall be in the name of the State of 
New Hampshire, signed by the Governor, and attested by the secre- 
tary or his deputy, and shall have the great seal of the State affixed 
thereto. 

Art. 8Q. All writs issuing out of the clerk's office, in anj- of the 
courts of law, shall be in the name of the State of New Hampshire, 
shall be under the seal of the court whence they issue, and bear 
teste of the chief, first, or senior justice of the court ; but when such 
justice shall be interested, then the writ shall bear teste of some 
other justice of the court, to which the same shall be returnable ; 
and be signed by the clerk of such court. 

Art. 87. All indictments, presentments, and informations shall 
conclude, " against the peace and dignity of the State. ^"^ 

Art. 88. The estate of such persons as may destroj'' their own 
lives shall not for that oftence be forfeited, but descend or ascend in 
the same manner as if such j^ersons had died in a natural way. Nor 
shall any article which shall accidentally occasion the death of any 
person be henceforth deemed a deodand, or in any wise forfeited on 
account of such misfortune. 

Art. 89. Ail the laws which have heretofore been adopted, used, 
and approved in the Province, Colony, or State of New Hampshire, 
and usually practiced on in the courts of law, shall remain and be 
in full force until altered and repealed by the Legislature, such 
parts thereof only excepted as are rejDugnant to the rights and lib- 
erties contained in this Constitution ; p)'>^ovided, that nothing herein 
contained, when compared with the twenty-third article in the bill 
of rights, shall be construed to affect the laws already made respect- 
ing the persons or estates of absentees. 

Art. 90. The privilege and benefit of the habeas corpus shall be 
enjoyed in this State, in the most free, easy, cheai?, expeditious, and 
ample manner, and shall not be suspended by the Legislature except 
upon the most urgent and pressing occasions, and for a time not 
exceeding three months. 

Art. 91. The enacting style, in making and 23assing acts, statutes, 
and laws, shall be. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Bepre- 
sejitatives in General Court convened. 

Art. 92. No Governor or judge of the supreme judicial court 
shall hold any office or place under the authority of this State, excei^t 



CONSTITUTION OF NEW HAMPSHIRE. 97 

such as by this Constitution they are admitted to hold, saving that 
the judges of the said court may hold the offices of justices of the 
peace throughout the State ; nor shall they hold any place or office 
or receive any pension or salary from any other State, government, 
or j)ower whatever. 

Art. 93. No person shall be capable of exercising at the same 
time more than one of the following offices in this State, viz. : judge 
of probate, sheriff, register of deeds ; and never more than two 
offices of profit, which may be held by appointment of the Gov- 
ernor, or Governor and Council, or Senate and House of Repre- 
sentatives, or superior or inferior courts, military offices and offices 
of justices of the j)eace excepted. 

Art. 94. Xo person holding the office of judge of any court 
(except sjDecial judges) , secretary, treasurer of the State, attorney- 
general, commissary-general, military officers receiving pay from 
the continent or this State (excepting officers of the militia occa- 
sionally called forth on an emergency), register of deeds, sheriffs, or 
officers of the customs, including naval officers, collectors of excise 
and state and continental taxes hereafter appointed, and not having 
settled their accounts with the resjDective officers with whom it is 
their duty to settle such accounts, members of Congress, or any 
person holding any office under the United States, shall at the same 
time hold the office of Governor, or have a seat in the Senate or 
House of Representatives or Council ; but his being chosen and 
appointed to and accepting the same shall operate as a resignation 
of his seat in the chair. Senate, or house of Representatives, or 
Council, and the place so vacated shall be filled up. Xo member of 
the Council shall have a seat in the Senate or House of Representa- 
tives. 

Art. 95. No person shall ever be admitted to hold a seat in the 
Legislature, or any office of trust or importance under this govern- 
ment, who, in the due course of law, has been convicted of bribery 
or corruption, in obtaining an election or appointment. 

Art. 96. In all cases where sums of money are mentioned in this 
Constitution, the value thereof shall be computed in silver at six 
shillings and eight pence per ounce. 

Art. 97. To the end that there maybe no failure of justice or 
danger to the State by the alterations and amendments made in 

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tlie Constitution, the General Court is hereby fully authorized and 
directed to lix the time when the alterations and amendments shall 
take effect, and make the necessary arrangements accordingl3^ * 

Art. 98. It shall be the duty of the selectmen and assessors of 
the several towns and places in this State, in warning the first 
annual meetings for the choice of senators, after the expiration of 
seven years from the adoption of this Constitution as amended, to 
insert expressly in the warrant this purpose among the others for the 
meeting, to wit : to take the sense of the qualified voters on the 
subject of a revision of the Constitution ; and the meeting being 
warned accordingly, and not otherwise, the moderator shall take the 
sense of the qualified voters jiresent as to the necessity of a revision ; 
and a return of the number of votes for and against such necessity 
shall be made by the clerk, sealed up and directed to the General 
Court at their then next session ; and if it shall appear to the Gen- 
eral Court by such return that the sense of the peo23le of the State 
has been taken, and that, in the opinion of the majority of the quali- 
fied voters in the State present and voting at said meetings, there is 
a necessit}^ for a revision of the Constitution, it shall be the duty of 
the General Court to call a convention for that purpose ; otherAvise 
the General Court shall direct the sense of the people to be taken, 
and then proceed in the manner before mentioned; the delegates to 
be chosen in the same manner and proportioned as the representa- 
tives to the General Court ; xwovided, that no alteration shall be 
made in this Constitution before the same shall be laid before the 
towns and unincorporated places and ai)proved by two thirds of the 
qualified voters present and voting on the subject. 

Art. 99. And the same method of taking the sense of the people 
as to a revision of the Constitution and calling a convention for that 
purpose shall be observed afterward, at the exjDiration of every 
seven years. 

Art. 100. This form of government shall be enrolled on parch- 
ment and deposited in the secretary's oflice, and be a part of the 
laws of the land, and printed co^Dies thereof shall be prefixed to the 
books containing the laws of this State in all future editions thereof. 

*See act of December 14, 1792. 



UNITED STATES GOA'ERNMENT. 



President. — Benjamin Harrison, of Indiana. 
Vice-President. — Levi P. Morton, of New York. 



CABIXET. 



Secretary of State. — James G. Blaine, of Maine. 
Secretary of the Treasury. — "William Windom. of Minnesota. 
Secretary of War. — Redfield Proctor, of Vermont. 
Secretary of the Navy. — Benjamin F. Tracy, of New York. 
Secretary of the Interior. — John W. Xoble, of Missouri. 
Postmaster- General. — John Wanamaker, of Pennsylvania. 
Attorney-General. — William H. H. IVJjller, of Indiana. 
Secretary of Agriculture. — Jeremiah Rusk, of Wisconsin. 



UXITED STATES SUPREME COURT. 

Chief Justice. — Melville W. Fuller, of Illinois. 
Justices. — Samuel F. Miller, of Iowa. 

Stephen J. Field, of California. 

Joseph P. Bradley, of New Jersey. 

John M. Harlan, of Kentucky. 

L. Q. C. Lamar, of Mississippi. 

Vacant. 

Horace Gray', of Massachusetts. 

Samuel Blatchford, of New York. 
Reporter. — J. C. Bancroft Davis. 
Clerk. — J. H. McKenney. 
Marshal. — John G. Nicolay. 



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CIRCUIT COUET. 

FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

Justice. — HOKACE Gkey, of Massachusetts; districts of Maine, 
New Hampshire, Massachusetts, and Rhode Island. 



FIFTY-FIRST CONGRESS. 

THE SENATE. 

President pro tern,. — John J. Ingalls. 
Chaj^lain. — Rev. J. G. Butler. 
Secretary. — Anson G. McCook. 
Chief Clerk. — Charles W. Johnson. 
Sergeant-at- Arras. — William P. Canaday. 
Librarian. — A. W. Church. 

4®= Those marked witli a * have been re-elected. 

ALABAMA. 
Term. Members. Home Address, 

1895. J. T. Morgan,* d Selma. 

1891. J. L. Pugh, d Eufaula. 

4 

ARKANSAS. 

1891. J. K. Jones, d Washington. 

1895. J. H. Berry,* d Bentonville. 

CALIFORNIA. 

1891. L. Stanford, r San Francisco. 

1893. G. Hearst, d San Francisco. 

COLORADO. 

1895. E. O. Wolcott, r Denver. 

1891. H. M. Teller, r Central City. 

CONNECTICUT. 

1891. O. H. Piatt, r Meriden. 

1893. J. R. Hawley, r Hartford. 



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DELAWARE. 



1895. Anthony Higgins, r 

1893. G. Gray, (Z Wilmington. 



FLORIDA. 



1891. W. Call, d Jacksonville. 

1893. S. Pasco, d Monticello. 



GEORGIA. 



1891. J. E. Brown, d Atlanta. 

1895. A. H. Colquitt,* d Atlanta. 



ILLINOIS. 



1895. S. M. Cullom,* r Springfield. 

1891. C. B. Farwell, r Chicago. 



INDIANA. 



1891. D. W. Voorhees, d : Terre Haute. 

1893. D. Turpie, d Indianapolis. 

IOWA. 

1891. W. B. Allison, r Dubuque. 

1895. J. F. Wilson,* r Fairfield. 

KANSAS. 

1891. J. J. Tngalls, r Atchison.* 

1895. P. B. Plumb,* r Emporia. 

KENTUCKY. 

1895. J. B. Beck,* d Lexington. 

1891. J. C. S. Blackburn, d Versailles. 

LOUISIANA. 

1895. R. L. Gibson,* d New Orleans. 

1891. J. B. Eustis, d New Orleans. 

MAINE. 

1893. E. Hale, r Ellsworth. 

1895. W. P. Frye,* r Lewiston. 



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MARYLAND. 



1893. A. P. Gorman, d Laurel. 

1891. E. K. Wilson, d Snow Hill. 

MASSACHUSETTS. 

1893. H. L. Dawes, r Pittsfield. 

1895. G. F. Hoar,* r Worcester. 

MICHIGAN. 

1895. James McMillan, r Detroit. 

1893. F. B. Stockbridge, r Kalamazoo. 

MINNESOTA. 

1895. W. D. Washburn, r Stillwater. 

1893. C. K. Davis, r St. Paul. 

MISSISSIPPI. 

1893. J. Z. George, d Jackson. 

1895. E. C. Walthall,* d Grenada. 

MISSOURI. 

1893. F. M. Cockrell, d Warrensburg. 

1891. G. G. Vest, d Kansas City. 

NEBRASKA. 

1895. C. F. Manderson,* r Omaha. 

1893. A. S. Paddock, r Beatrice. 

NEVADA. 

1891. J. P. Jones, r Gold Hill. 

1893. W. M. Stewart, r Virginia City. 

NEW HAMPSHIRE. 

1891. H. W. Blair, r Manchester. 

Gilman Marston,f r Exeter. 

t Appointed ad interim by the Governor, until the meeting of the Legis- 
lature, June 5, 1889. 



FIFTY-FIRST CONGRESS. 103 



NEW JERSEY. 



1895. J. R. McPherson,* d Jersey City. 

1893. R. Blodgett, d Long Branch. 



NEW YORK. 



1891. W. M. Evarts, r New York. 

1893. F. Hiscock, r Syracuse. 

NORTH CAROLINA. 

1895. M. W. Ransom,* d Weldon. 

1891. Z. B. Yauce, d Charlotte. 

OHIO. 

1893. John Sherman, r Mansfield. 

1891. H. B. Payne, d Cleveland. 

OREGON. 

1895. J. X. Dolph,* r Portland. 

1891. J. H. Mitchell, r Portland. 

PENNSYLVANIA. 

1891. J. D. Cameron, r Harrisburg. 

1893. M. S. Quay, r Beaver. 

RHODE ISLAND. 

1893. N. W. Aldrich, r Providence. 

1895. Nathan F. Dixon, r Westerly. 

SOUTH CAROLINA. 

1895. M. C. Butler,* d..., Edgefield. 

1891. Wade Hampton, d Columbia. 

TENNESSEE. 

1895. I. G. Harris,* d Memphis. 

1893. W. M. Bate, d Nashville. 

TEXAS. 

1895. R. Coke,* d Waco. 

1893. J. H. Reagan, d Palestine. 



104 NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 

VERMONT. 

1893. G. F. Edmunds, r Burlington. 

1891. J. S. Morrill, r Strafford. 

VIRGINIA. 

1895. John S. Barbour, d Alexandria. 

1893. J. W. Daniel, d Lynchburgh. 

WEST VIRGINIA. 

1895. J. E. Kenna,* d Charleston. 

1893. C. J. Faulkner, d Martinsburgh. 

WISCONSIN. 

1893. P. Sawyer, r Oshkosh. 

1891. J. C. Spooner, r Hudson. 

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIYES. 

ALABAMA. 

1. Richard H. Clark, d Mobile. 

2. Hillary A. Herbert, d Montgomery . 

3. William C. Oates, d Abbeville. 

4. Lewis W. Turpin, d i^ewbern. 

5. James E. Cobb, d Tuskeegee. 

6. John H. Bankhead, d Fayette C. H. 

7. William H. Forney, d Jacksonville. 

8. Joseph AVheeler, d Wheeler. 

ARKANSAS. 

1. W. H. Gate, d Jonesboro'. 

2. Clifton R. Breckinridge, d Pine Blufe. 

3. Thomas C. McRae, d Prescott. 

4. John H. Rogers, d Fort Smith. 

5. Samuel W. Peel, d Bentonville. 

CALIFORNIA. 

1. John J. DeHaven, r Eureka. 

2. Marion Biggs, d Gridley. 



FIFTY-FIRST CONGRESS. 105 

3. Joseph McKenna, r Suisun. 

4. W. \y. Morrow, r San Francisco. 

5. Thomas J. Clunie, cl San Francisco. 

6. William Vandever, r San Buenaventura 

COLORADO. 

1. Hosea Townsend, r Silver Cliff. 

CONNECTICUT. 

1. William E. Simmonds, r Hartford. 

2. W. L. Wilcox, d Hartford. 

3. Charles A. Russell, r Killingly. 

4. Frederick Miles, r Chapinville . 

DELAWARE. 

1. John B. Pennington, d Dover. 

FLORIDA. 

1. R. H. M. Davidson, d Quincy. 

2. Robert Bullock, d Oscala. 

GEORGIA. 

1. Rufus E. Lester, d Savannah. 

2. Henry G. Turner, d Quitman. 

3. Charles F. Crisp, d Americus. 

4. Thomas W. Grimes, d Columbus. 

5. John D. Stewart, d Griffin. 

6. James H. Blount, d Macon. 

7. J. C. Clements, d Rome. 

8. H. H. Carlton, d Athens. 

9. A. D. Candler, d Gainesville. 

10. George T. Barnes, d Augusta. 

ILLINOIS. 

1. Abner Taylor, r Chicago. 

2 . Frank Lawler, d Chicago. 

3. W. E. Mason, r Chicago. 

4. George E. Adams, r Chicago. 

5. A. J. Hopkins, r Aurora. 

Jo. Robert R. Hitt, r Mount Morris. 



106 NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 

7. T. J. Henderson, r Princeton. 

8. Charles A. Hill, r Joliet. 

9. L. E. Payson, r Pontiac. 

10. Philip Sidney Post, r Galesburgh. 

11. W. H. Gest, r Rock Island. 

12. Scott Wike, d , Pittsfield. 

13. William M. Springer, d Springfield. 

14. Jonathan H. Rowell, r Bloomington. 

15. Joseph G. Cannon, r Danville. 

16. G. W. Fithian, d Newton. 

17. Edward Lane, d Hillsborough. 

18. W. S. Forman, d Nashville. 

19. R. W. Townshend, d Shawneetown. 

20. G. W. Smith, r Murphysborough. 

INDIANA. 

1. William F. Parrott, d Evansville. 

2. John H. O'Neall, d Washington. 

3. Jason B. Brown, d Seymour. 

4. William S. Holman, d Aurora. 

5. George W. Cooper, d Columbus. 

6. Thomas M. Brown, r Winchester. 

7. William D. Bynum, d Indianapolis. 

8. E. V. Brookshire, d Crawfordsville. 

9. Joseph B. Cheadle, r Frankfort. 

10. William D. Owen, r Logansport. 

11. A. N. Martin, d Bluffton. 

12. C. A. O. McClellan, d Auburn. 

13. Benjamin F. Shively, d South Bend. 

IOWA. 

1. John H. Gear, r Burlington. 

2. W. I. Hayes, d , Clinton. 

3. D. B. Henderson, r Dubuque. 

4. J. H. Sweeney, r Osage. 

5. Daniel Kerr, r Grundy Center. 

6. John F. Lacy, r Oskaloosa. 

7. E. H. Conger, r Des Moines. 



FIFTY-FIRST CONGRESS. 107 

8. James P. Flick, r Bedford. 

9. J. R. Reed, r Council Bluffs. 

10. J. P. Dolliyer, r Fort Dodge. 

11. I. S. Struble, r Le Mars. 

KANSAS. 

1. E. N. Morrill, r Hiawatha. 

2. E. H. Funston, r Tola. 

3. B. W. Perkins, r Oswego. 

4. Thomas Ryan, r Topeka. 

5. J. A. Anderson, r Manhattan. 

6. E. J. Turner, r Hoxie. 

7. Samuel R. Peters, r Newton. 

KENTUCKY. 

1. William J. Stone, d Eddyville. 

2. William T. Ellis, d Owensborough. 

3. J. H. Goodnight, d Franklin. 

4. A. B. Montgomery, d Elizabeth town. 

5. Asher G. Caruth, d Louisville. 

6. John G. Carlisle, d Covington. 

7. W. C. P. Breckinridge, d Lexington. 

8. J. B. McCreary, d Richmond. 

9. T. H. Paynter, d Greenup. 

10. J. H. Wilson, r Barboursville. 

11. H. F. Finley, r Williamsburgh. 

LOUISIANA. 

1. T. S. Wilkinson, d Plaquemine Par'h. 

2. H. Dudley Coleman, r New Orleans. 

3. Edward J. Gay, d Plaquemine. 

4. Newton C. Blanchard, d Shreveport. 

5. Charles Boatner, d Monroe. 

6. S. M. Robertson, d Baton Rouge. 

MAINE. 

1. Thomas B. Reed, r Portland. 

2. Nelson Dingley, Jr., r - Lewiston. 

3. Seth L. Milliken, r Belfast. 

4. • Charles A. Boutelle, r Bangor. 



108 NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 

MARYLAND. 

1. Charleis H. Gibson, d Easton. 

2. Herman Stump, d Belair. 

3. Harry W. Rusk, d Baltimore. 

4. H. Stockbridge, Jr., ?- Baltimore. 

5. Barnes Compton, d Laurel. 

6. Louis E. McComas, r Hagerstown. 

MASSACHUSETTS. 

1. Charles S. Kandall, r New Bedford. 

2. Elijah A. Morse, r Canton. 

3. John F. Andrew, d Boston. 

4. J. H. O'Neil, d Boston. 

5. Nathaniel P. Banks, r Waltham. 

6. Henry Cabot Lodge, r Nahant. 

7. William Cogswell, r Salem. 

8. F. T. Greenhalge, r Lowell. 

9. John W. Candler, r Brookline. 

10. Joseph H. Walker, r Worcester. 

IL Rodney Wallace, r Fitchburg. 

12. F. W. Rockwell, r Pittsfield. 

MICHIGAN. 

1. J. Logan Chipman, d Detroit. 

2. Edward P. Allen, r Ypsilanti. 

3. James O'Donnell, r Jackson. 

4. Julius C. Burrows, r Kalamazoo. 

5. C. E. Belknap, r Grand Rapids. 

6. Mark S. Brewer, r Pontiac. 

7. J. R. Whiting, d Saint Clair. 

8. A. T. Bliss, r East Saginaw. 

9. Byron M. Cutcheon, r Manistee. 

10. F. W. Wheeler, r Bay City. 

11. Samuel M. Stephenson, r Menominee. 

MINNESOTA. 

1 . Mark H. Bunnell, r Oatonna. 

2. John Lind, r New Ulm. 



FIFTY-FIRST CONGRESS. 109 

3. Darius S. Hall, r Stewart. 

4. S. P. Snyder, r Minneapolis. 

5. S. G. Comstock, r Moorhead. 

MISSISSIPPI. 

1. John M. Allen, d Tupelo. 

2. James Bright Morgan, d Hernando. 

3. Thomas C. Catchings, d Vicksburg. 

4. Clark Lewis, d Macon. 

5. C. L. Anderson, d Kosciusko. 

6. T. R. Stockdale, d Summit. 

7. C. E. Hooker, d Jackson. 

MISSOURI. 

1. W. H. Hatch, d Hannibal. 

2. C. H. Mansur, d Chillicothe. 

3. A. M. Dockery, d Gallatin. 

4. J. X. Burnes, d St. Joseph. 

5. J. C. Tarsney, d . Kansas City. 

6. John T. Heard, d Sedalia. 

7. R. H. Norton, d Troy. 

8. F. G. Niedringhaus, r St. Louis. 

9. N. Frank, r St. Louis. 

10. W. N. Kiusey, r Carondelet. 

11. R. P. Bland, d Lebanon. 

12. W. J. Stone, d Nevada. 

13. W. H. Wade, r Springfield. 

14. J. P. Walker, d Dexter. 

NEBRASKA. 

1. W. J. Connell, r Omaha. 

2. James Laird, r Hastings. 

3. George W. E. Dorsey, r Fremont. 

NEVADA. 

1. H. F. Bartine, r Carson City. 

NEW HAMPSHIRE. 

1. Alonzo Nute, r Farmington. 

2. Orren C. Moore, r Nashua. 



110 NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 

NEW JERSEY. 

1. Christopher A. Bergen, r Camden. 

2. Janoes Buchanan, ?- Trenton. 

3. J. A. Geissenhainer, d Freehold. 

4. Samuel Fowler, d Newton. 

5. C. D. Beckwith, r Paterson. 

6. Herman Lehlbach, r Newark. 

7. William McAdoo, d Jersey City. 

NEW YORK. 

1. J. W. Covert, d Flushing, L. I. 

2. Felix Campbell, d Brooklyn. 

3. William C. Wallace, r Brooklyn. 

4. John M. Clancy, d Brooklyn. 

5. T. F. Magner, d Brooklyn. 

6. F. T. Fitzgerald, d New York. 

7. E. H. Dunphy, d New York. 

8. J. H. McCarthy, d New York. 

9. Samuel S. Cox, d New York. 

10. Francis B. Spinola, d New York. 

11. John Quinn, d New York. 

12. R. P. Flower, d New York. 

13. A. P. Fitch, d New York. 

14. W. G. Stahlnecker, d , Yonkers. 

15. M. D. Stivers, r Middletown. 

16. J. H. Ketcham, r Dover Plains. 

17. Charles M. Knapp, r Deposit. 

18. J. H. Quackenbush, r Schaghticoke. 

19. Charles Tracy, d Albany. 

20. John Sanford, r Amsterdam. 

21. John H. Moffitt, r Chateaugay Lake. 

22. Fred Lansing, r Watertown. 

23. James S. Sherman, r Utica. 

24. David Wilber, r , Oneonta. 

25. James J. Belden, r Syracuse. 

26. Milton De Lano, r Canastota. 

27. N. W. Nutting, r Oswego. 

28. T. S. Flood, r Elmira. 



FIFTY-FIRST CONGRESS. Ill 

29. John Raines, r Canandaigua. 

30. Charles S. Baker, r Rochester. 

31. John G. Sawyer, r Albion. 

32. J. M. Farquhar, r Buffalo. 

33. J. M. Wildey, d Golden. 

34. W. G. Laidlaw, r Ellicottville. 

NORTH CAROLIXA. 

1. Thomas G. vSkinner, d Manley. 

2. H. P. Cheatham, r Henderson. 

3. C. W. McOlammy, d Scott's Hill. 

4. B. H. Bunn, d Rocky Mount. 

5. John M. Brower, r Mount Airy. 

6. A. Rowland, d .Lumberton. 

7. John S. Henderson, d Salisbury. 

8. W. H. H. Cowles, d Wilkesborough . 

9. Hamilton G. Ewart, r Hendersonville. 

OHIO. 

1 . Benjamin Butterworth, r Cincinnati. 

2. John A. Caldwell, r Cincinnati. 

3. E. S. Williams, r Trov. 

4. S. S. Yoder, d Lima. 

5. G. E. Seney, d Tiffin. 

6. M. M. Boothman, r Bryan. 

7. H. L. Morey, r Hamilton. 

8. R. P. Kennedy, r Bellefontaine. 

9. William C. Cooper, r Mount Vernon. 

10. W. F. Haynes, d Fremont. 

11. A. C. Thompson, r Portsmouth. 

12. Jacob J. Pagsley, r Hillsborough. 

13. Joseph H. Outhwaite, d Columbus. 

14. Charles P. Wickham, r Norwalk. 

15. Cliarles H. Grosvenor, r Athens, 

16. J. W. Owens, d Newark. 

17. Joseph D. Taylor, r Cambridge. 

18. William McKinley, Jr., r Canton. 

19. Ezra B. Taylor, r , Warren. 



112 NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 

20. M. L. Smyser, r.. Wooster. 

21. T. E. Burton, r. Cleveland. 

OREGON. 

1. Binger Hermann, r Roseburgh . 

PENNSYLVANIA. 

1. Henry H. Bingham, r Philadelphia. 

2. Charles O'Neill, r Philadelphia. 

3. J. Randall, d , .Philadelphia. 

4. William D. Kelley, r Philadelphia. 

5. A. C. Harmer, r Philadelphia. 

6. S. Darlington, r '. West Chester. 

7. Robert M. Yardley, r Doylestown. 

8. William Muchler, d Easton. 

9. D. M. Brunner, d Reading. 

10. M. Brosius, r Lancaster. 

11. J. A. Scranton, r Scranton. 

12. E. S. Osborne, r Wilkesbarre. 

13. J. B. Reilly, ^ ! Pottsville. 

14. John W. Rife, r Middletown. 

15. M. B. Wright, r Susquehanna. 

16. H. C. McCormick, r Williamsport. 

17. C. R. Buckalew, d Bloomsburgh. 

18. L. E. Atkinson, r Miffintown. 

19. Levi Maish, d York. 

20. Edward Scull, r Somerset. 

21. S. A. Craig, r Brookville. 

22. John Dalzell, r Pittsburg. 

23. Thomas M. Bayne, r Bellevue. 

24. J. Warren Ray, r - Waynesburgh. 

25. Charles C. Townsend, r New Brighton. 

26. W. C. Culbertson, r Girard. 

27. Lewis F. Watson, r Warren. 

28. James A. Kerr, d Clearfield. 

RHODE ISLAND. 

1. H. J. Spooner, r Providence. 

2. W. O. Arnold, r Gloucester. 



FIFTY-FIRST CONGRESS. 113 

SOUTH CAROLINA. 

1. Samuel Dibble, d Orangeburgh. 

2. George D. Tillman, d Edgefield. 

3. James S. Cothran, d Abbeville C. H. 

4. William H. Perry, d Greenville. 

5. John J. Hemphill, d Chester. 

6. George W. Dargan, d Darlington. 

7. William Elliott, d Beaufort. 

TENNESSEE. 

1. Alfred A. Taylor, r Johnson City. 

2. L. C. Houck, r Knoxville. 

3. H. Clay Evans, r Chattanooga. 

4. Benton McMillin, d Carthage. 

5. J. D. Richardson, d Murfreesborough . 

6. J. E. Washington, d Cedar Hill. 

7. W. C. Whitthorne, d Columbia. 

8. Benjamin A. Enloe, d Jackson. 

9. Rice A. Pierce, d Union City. 

10. James Phelan, d Memphis. 

TEXAS. 

1. Charles Stewart, d Houston . 

2. William H. Martin, d Athens. 

3. C. B. Kilgore, d Will's Point. 

4. D. B. Culberson, d Jefferson. 

5. Silas Hare, d Sherman. 

6. Joseph Abbott, d Hillsborough. 

7. William H. Crain, d Cuero. 

8. L. W. Moore, d La Grange. 

9. Roger Q. Mills, d Corsicana. 

10. Joseph D. Sayres, d Bastrop. 

11. S. W. T. Lanham, d Weatherford. 

VERMONT. 

1 . John W. Stewart, r Middlebury . 

2. William W. Grout, r Barton. 

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114 NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 

VIRGINIA. 

1. T. H. B. Browne, r .Accomack. 

2. G. E. Bowden, r Xorfolk. 

3. George D. Wise, d Richmond. 

4. E. C. Venable, d Petersburgh. 

5. P. G. Lester, d Floyd C. H. 

6. Paul C. Edmonds, d Halifax C. H. 

7. C. T. OTerrall, d Harrisonburgh. 

8. W. H. F. Lee, d Burke's Station. 

9. J. A. Buchanan, d Washington C. H. 

10. H. St. G . Tucker, d Lexington . 

WEST VIRGINIA. 

1. John O. Pendleton, d Wheeling. 

2. William L. Wilson, d , Charleston. 

3. J. H. McGinniss, r Raleigh C. H. 

4. Charles B. Smith, r Parkersburgh . 

WISCONSIN. 

1. Lucien B. Caswell, r Fort Atkinson. 

2. Charles Barwig, d Mayville. 

3. R. M. LaFollette, r Madison. 

4. I. W. Van Schaick, ;- Milwaukee. 

5. George H. Brickner, d Sheboygan Falls. 

6. Charles B. Clark, r Neenah . 

7. Ormsby B. Thomas, r Prairie du Chien. 

8. Nils P. Haugen, r River Falls. 

9. Mvron H. McCord, r Merrill. 



DELEGATES FROM THE TERRITORIES. 

ARIZONA. 

Marcus A. Smith, d Tombstone. 

DAKOTA. 

George A. Matthews, r Brookings. 



FIFTY-FIRST CONGRESS. 115 

IDAHO. 

Frederick T. Dubois, r Blackfoot. 

MONTANA. 

Thomas H. Carter, r Helena. 

NEW MEXICO. 

Antonio Joseph, d Ojo Caliente. 

UTAH. 

John T. Caine, d. (Mormon) Salt Lake. 

WASHINGTON. 

John B. Allen, r Seattle. 

WYOMING. 

Joseph M. Carey, r Cheyenne. 



LIST OF POST-OFFICES IN NEW HAMPSHIRE 



OflHces in full-face type are money-order offices, authorized to issue and 
to pay money orders and postal notes. Those marked with the asterisk (*) 
are international, as well as domestic, money-order offices. Offices indicated 
by the sign § are authorized to issue postal notes, but not money orders, nor 
to pay either postal notes or money orders. By the letters c. h. county 
seats are indicated. Places mai-ked with f are telegraph stations. 



Town. 
Acworth, 
Alder Brook, 
Alexandria, 
Allenstown, 
Alstead, 
Alstead Center, 
Alton, 
Alton Bay,t 
Aiiilierst,-|- 
Amherst Station, f 
Amoskeag, 
Amlover, 
Antrim, f 
Apthorp, 
Ashland, f 
Ashuelot,t 
Atkinson,t 
Atkinson Depot, 
Auburn, 
Avalanche, 
Bank Village, 
Barnstead, 



County. 

Sullivan 

Grafton 

Grafton 

Merrimack 

Cheshire 

Cheshire 

Belknap 

Belknap 

Hillsborough 

Hillsborough 

Hillsborough 

Merrimack 

Hillsborough 

Grafton 

Grafton 

Cheshire 

Rockingham 

Rockingham 

Rockingham 

Carroll 

Hillsborough 

Belknap 



Town. 

Barrington, 
Bartlett,t 

Bath,t 

Bedford, 

Belmont, 

Bemis, 

Bennington, 

Benton, 

Berlin Falls.f* 

Berlin iNIills, 

Bethlehem,! 

Blair, 

Boscawen,f 

Bow, 

Bow Mills, 

Bradford,! 

Breezy Point, 

Brentwood, 

Brentwood Corner, 

Bridgewater, 

Bristol,!* 

Brookfield, 



County. 

Strafford 

Carroll 

Grafton 

Hillsborough 

Belknap 

Carroll 

Hillsborough 

Grafton 

Coos 

Coos 

Grafton 

Grafton 

Merrimack 

Merrimack 

Merrimack 

Merrimack 

Grafton 

Rockingham 

Rockingham 

Grafton 

Grafton 

Carroll 



POST-OFFICES IN NEW HAMPSHIRE. 



117 



Brookline, 
Campion, 

Campton Village, 
€auaau,f 

Canaan Center, 

Canaan Street, 

Candia, 

Candia Village, 

Canobie Lake, 

Canterbury,! 

Canterbury Depot, 

Center Barnstead, 

Center Bartlett, 

Center Conway, 

Center Effingham, 

Center Harbor,f 

Center Ossipee, 

Center Nanclwich, 

Center Strafford, 

Center Tuftonborough, 

Centerville, 

Charlestown.f 

Chatham, 

Cheever, 

Chesham, 

Chester,! 

Chesterfield, 



Hillsborough 

Grafton 

Grafton 

Grafton 

Grafton 

Grafton 

Rockingham 

Rockingham 

Rockingham 

Merrimack 

JNIerriraack 

Belknap 

Carroll 

Carroll 

Carroll 

Belknap 

Carroll 

Carroll 

Strafford 

Carroll 

Carroll 

Sullivan 

Carroll 

Grafton 

Cheshire 

Rockingham 

Cheshire 



Chesterfield Factory, Cheshire 

Chichester, Merrimack 

Chocorua, 

Claremont,-}-* 

Clarksville, 

Clinton Grove, 

Colebrookjf (c 

Columbia, 

Concord,!* (c. h.) 

Connecticut Lake, 

Contoocook,t 



Carroll 

Sullivan 

Coos 

Hillsborough 

h.) Coos 

Coos 

Merrimack 

Coos 

Merrimack 



Conway, t 
Coos, 

Copper ville,f 
Cornish, 
Cornish Center, 
Cornish Flat, 
Crawford House, f 
Croydon, 
Croydon Flat, 
Crystal, 
Dalton, 
Danbury,f 
Danville, 
Davisville, 
Deerfield, 
Deerfield Center, 
Deering, 
Derry,t 
Derry Depot,t 
Dexter, 
Dorchester, 
Dover,!* (c. h.) 
Dover Point, 
Drewsville, 
Dublin, f 
Dummer, 
Dunbarton, 
Durham,! 
East Acworth, 
East Alstead, 
East Andover,f 
East Barrington,f 
East Concord,t 
East Candia, 
East Deering, 
East Derrv, 
East Epping, 
East Freedom, 



Carroll 

Coos 

Coos 

Sullivan 

Sullivan 

Sullivan 

Coos 

Sullivan 

Sullivan 

Coos 

Coos 

Merrimack 

Rockingham 

Merrimack 

Rockingham 

Rockingham 

Hillsborough 

Rockingham 

Rockingham 

Strafford 

Grafton 

Strafford 

Strafford 

Cheshire 

Cheshire 

Coos 

Merrimack 

Strafford 

Sullivan 

Cheshire 

Merrimack 

Strafford 

Merrimack 

Rockingham 

Hillsborough 

Rockingham 

Rockingham 

Carroll 



118 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 



East Grafton, Grafton 

East Hampstead, Rockingham 

East Harrisville, Cheshire 

East Haverhill,! Grafton 

East Hebron, Grafton 

East Jaffrey, Cheshire 

East Kingston, Rockingham 

East Lebanon,! Grafton 

East Lempster, Sullivan 

East Madison, Carroll 

Easton, Grafton 

East Pembroke, ■ Merrimack 

East Plainfield, Sullivan 

East Rindge, Cheshire 
East Rochester,! Strafford 

East Sullivan, Cheshire 

East Swanzey, • Cheshire 

East Tilton, Belknap 

East Unity, Sullivan 

East Wakefield,! Carroll 
East Wakefield Depot, Carroll 

East Washington, Sullivan 

East We are, Hillsborough 
East Westmoreland, Cheshire 

East Wolfeborough, Carroll 

Eaton Center, Carroll 

Effingham, Carroll 

Effingham Falls,! Carroll 

Elmwood, Hillsborough 

Enlielcl,! Grafton 

Enfield Center, Grafton 

Epping,! Rockingham 

Epsom, Merrimack 

Errol, Coos 

Etna, Grafton 

Exeter,!* (c. h.) Rockingham 

Fabyan House,! Coos 

Farniington,! Strafford 



Fitzwilliam, Cheshire 
Fitzwilliam Depot,! Cheshire 

Erancestown, Hillsborough 

Franeonia, Grafton 

Franlilin,!* Merrimack 
Franklin Falls,!* Merrimack 

Freedom,! Carroll 

Fremont,! Rockingham 

Gaza, Belknap 

George's Mills, Sullivan 

Gilford Village, Belknap 

Gilmanton, Belknap 
Oilman ton Iron Works, 

Belknap 

Gilsum, Cheshire 

Glen House,! Coos 

Goff 's Falls, Hillsborough 

Goffstown, Hillsborough 

Goffstown Center, Hillsborough 

Gonic,! Strafford 

Gorliani,!* Coos 

I Goshen, Sullivan 

Gossville, Merrimack 

Grafton,! Grafton 

Grafton Center, Grafton 

Grange, Coos 

Grantham, Sullivan 

Great Falls,!* Strafford 

Greenfield,! Hillsborough 

Oreenlantl, Rockingham 

Greenland Depot, Rockingham 

Greenville,! Hillsborough 

Groton, Grafton 

Groveton,! Coos 

Guild, Sullivan 

Hampstead,! Rockingham 

Hampton,! Rockingham 

Hampton Falls, Rockingham 



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Han cock, f 
Haiaover.f* 

Hanover Ceuter, 
HaiTisville,t 



Hillsborough 

Grafton 

Grafton 

Cheshire 



Haverliill.f (c. h ) Grafton 
Hazen's Mills, Coos 

Hebron, Grafton 

Heiiiiilier,-|- Merrimack 

Hil],t Merrimack 

Hillsborough, Hillsborough 

Hillsborough Bridge,! 

Hillsborough 
Hillsborough Center, 

Hillsborough 
Hillsborough Upper Village, 

Hillsborough 
Hillville, Merrimack 

Hinsdale,!* Cheshire 

Holderness, Grafton 

Hollis, Hillsborough 

Hooksett.f Merrimack 

Hopkiuton, Merrimack 

Horn's Mills. Carroll 

Hubbard, Kockingham 

Hudson, Hillsborough 

Hudson Center, Hillsborough 
Intervale,t Carroll 

Jackson, Carroll 

Jaffrey, Cheshire 

Jefferson,f Coos 

Jefferson Highland, Coos 

Kearsarge, Carroll 

Keene,t* (c. h.) Cheshire 

Kensington, Rockingham 

Keves, Sullivan 

Kingston,! Rockingham 

Iiaconia,f * (c. h.) Belknap 

Lakeside, Coos 



Lake View, Carroll 

liake Village,! Belknap 

Iiancaster,f* (c. h.) Coos 

Landaff, Grafton 

Langdon, Sullivan 

Leavitt's Hill, Rockingham 

Iiebauon,f* Grafton 

Lee,t Strafford 

Leighton's Corners, Carroll 

Lempster, • Sullivan 

Liisbon,f Grafton 

Little Boar's Head, Rockingham 
Iiittletov,f Grafton 

Livermore, Grafton 

Londonderry, Rockingham 

Long Island, Carroll 

Loudon, Merrimack 

Loudon Center, Merrimack 

Loudon Ridge, Merrimack 

Lower Bartlett.f Carroll 

Lower Gilmanton, Belknap 

Lyman, Grafton 

Liyuie, Grafton 

Lyme Center, Grafton 

Lyndeborough, Hillsborough 

Madbury, Strafford 

Madison, t Carroll 

]^Iancliester,f * (c. h.) 

Hillsborough 
Maplewood,t Grafton 

Marlborough, Cheshire 

]MarlbDrough Depot, f Cheshire 
Marlow, Cheshire 

Martin, Merrimack 

Mason, Hillsborough 

Massabesic, Hillsborough 

Mast Yard, Merrimack 

Meadows, Coos 



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Melvin Mills, Merrimack 

Melvin Village, Carroll 

Meredith Center, Belknap 

Meretlith Villa ge,f Belknap 
Meritlen, Sullivan 

Merrill, Strafford 

Merrimack, Hillsborough 

Middleton, Strafford 

Milan, Coos 

]fIilford,t Hillsborough 

Millsfield, Coos 

Mill Village, Sullivan 

Milton, Strafford 

Milton Mills, Strafford 

Mirror Lake, Carroll 

Monroe, Grafton 

Montcalm, Grafton 

Mont Vernon, Hillsborough 

Moultonborough, Carroll 

Moultonville, Carroll 

INIount Pleasant House,t Coos 
Mount Sunapee, Merrimack 

Mount Washington,! Coos 

Munsonville, Cheshire 

Bfasliua,f * (c. h.) Hillsborough 
Nelson, Cheshire 

New Boston, Hillsborough 

Newbury, f Merrimack 

Newcastle, Rockingham 

New Durham, Strafford 

New Hampton, Belknap 

Newington, Rockingham 

New Ipswich,! Hillsborough 
New L<ondon, Merrimack 

Newmarket, f* Rockingham 
Newport, f* (c. h.) Sullivan 
Newton, Rockingham 

Newton Junction, f Rockingham 



North Barnstead, Belknap 

North Barrington, Strafford 

North Boscawen,f Merrimack 

North Branch, Hillsborough 
North Charlestown, Sullivan 

North Chatham, Carroll 

North Chichester, Merrimack 

North Con way, f Carroll 

North Danville, Rockingham 

North Dorchester, Grafton 

North Dunbarton, Merrimack 

North Epping, Rockingham 

Northfield Depot, f Merrimack 

North Grantham, Sullivan 

North Groton, Grafton 

North Hampton,f Rockingham 

North Haverhill,t Grafton 

North Hinsdale, Cheshire 

North Lisbon, Grafton 

North Littleton, Grafton 
North Londonderry, Rockingham 
North Lyndeborough, Hillsboro' 

North Monroe, Grafton 

North Newport, Sullivan 

North Nottingham, Rockingham 

North Richmond, Cheshire 

North Rochester, Strafford 

North Salem, Rockingham 

North Sanbornton, Belknap 

North Sandwich, Carroll 

North Strafford,t Strafford 

North Sutton, Merrimack 

Northumberland, Coos 

North Wakefield, Carroll 

North Weare, Hillsborough 
North Wolfeborough, Carroll 

Northwoocl, Rockingham 

Northwood Center, Rockingham 



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Xorthwood ISTarrows, Rockingham 

Northwood Ridge, Rockingham 

North Woodstock, Grafton 

Nottingham, Rockingham 

Oil Mill Village, Hillsborough 

Orford, Grafton 

Orfordville, Grafton 

OssipeCjf (c. h.) Carroll 

Ossipee Valley, Carroll 

Parkhill, Cheshire 

Pelham, Hillsborough 

Pembroke, Merrimack 

Peiiacoolijf* Merrimack 

Percy, t Coos 
Peterborough,! Hillsborough 

Pierce's Bridge, Grafton 

Piermont, Grafton 

Pike Station, Grafton 

Pittsburg, Coos 

Pittsfielcl,f Merrimack 

Plainfield, Sullivan 

Plaistow,t Rockingham 
Plyiiioutli,-)- (c. h.) Grafton 

Portsmouth,!* (c. h.) 

Rockingham 

Potter Place, t Merrimack 

Profile House, t Grafton 

Quaker City, Sullivan 

Quincy, Grafton 

Randolph, Coos 

Rayuioncl.f Rockingham 

Redstone,! Carroll 

Reed's Ferry, Hillsborough 

Richmond, Cheshire 

Rindge, Cheshire 

Roby's Corner, ISlerrimack 

Rochester,!* Strafford 

Runiuey,! Grafton 



Rumney Depot,! 

Rye, 

Rye Beach,! 
Salem,! 
Salem Depot,! 
Salisbury, § 
Salisbury Center, 
Salniou Falls,! 
Sanbornton, 
Sandown, 
Sandwich, 
Scott, 

Scvtheville, 
Seabrook,! 
Shaker Village, 
Shelburne, 
Short Falls, 
Silver Lake, 
Snowville, 
South Ac worth, 
South Alexandria, 
South Barnstead, 
South Charlestown, 
South Chatham, 
South Columbia, 
South Cornish, 
South Danbury, 



Grafton 

Rockingham 

Rockingham 

Rockingham 

Rockingham 

Merrimack 

Merrimack 

Strafford 

Belknap 

Rockingham 

Carroll 

Coos 

Merrimack 

Rockingham 

Merrimack 

Coos 

Merrimack 

Carroll 

Carroll 

Sullivan 

Grafton 

Belknap 

Sullivan 

Carroll 

Coos 

Sullivan 

Merrimack 



South Deerfield, Rockingham 
South Effingham, Carroll 

South Hampton, Rockingham 
South Lee, Strafford 

South Lancaster, Coos 

South Lyndeborough, 

Hillsborough 
South Merrimack, Hillsborough 
South Newbury, Merrimack 

South Xewniarket,! 

Rockingham 



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South Newmarket Junction, 

Rockingham 

South Pittsfield, Merrimack 

South Seabrook, Rockingham 

South Stoddard, Cheshire 

South Sutton, Merrimack 

South Tamworth, Carroll 

South Wakefield, Carroll 

South Weare, Hillsborough 

South Windham, Rockingham 

South Wolfeborough, Carroll 

Springfield, Sullivan 

Stark,t Coos 

Stewartstown, Coos 

Stoddard, Cheshire 

Strafford, Strafford 
Strafford Blue Hills, Strafford 

Strafford Corner, Strafford 

Stratford, Coos 

Stratham, Rockingham 

Sugar Hill, Grafton 

Sullivan, Cheshire 

Sunapee,t Sullivan 

Suncoofctjf* Merrimack 

Surry, Cheshire 

Sutton, Merrimack 

Swanzey, Cheshire 

Swiftwater, • Grafton 

Tamworth, Carroll 
Tamworth Iron Works, Carroll 

Temple, Hillsborough 

The Weirs, Belknap 

Thornton, Grafton 

Thornton's Ferry, Hillsborough 

Tiltoii,t Belknap 

Troy,t Cheshire 

Tuftonborough, Carroll 

Twin Mountain, f Coos 



Union, t 

Unity, 
Wadley's Falls, 

Wakefield,! 
l¥alpole,f 

Ware's Ferry, 
Warner, f 
Warren 5 1 

Warren Summit, 

Washington, 

Waterloo, 

Water Village, 

Weare, 

Webster, 

Wen t worth, f 



Carroll 

Sullivan 

Strafford 

Carroll 

Cheshire 

Cheshire 

Merrimack 

Grafton 

Grafton 

Sullivan 

Merrimack 

C'arroU 

Hillsborough 

Merrimack 

Grafton 



Went worth's Location, Coos 

West Alton, Belknap 

West Andover,t Merrimack 

West Brentwood, Rockingham 
West Camptou, Grafton 

West Canaan, f Grafton 

West Chesterfield, Cheshire 

West Claremont, Sullivan 

West Concord, Merrimack 

West Deering, Hillsborough 

West Epping, Rockingham 

West Hampstead, Rockingham 
West Henniker, Merrimack 

West Hopkinton, Merrimack 

West Lebanon,! Grafton 

West Milan, t Coos 

Westmoreland, Cheshire 

Westmoreland Depot, f Cheshire 
West Nottingham, Rockingham 
West Ossipee,t Carroll 

West Peterborough, Hillsborough 
West Plymouth, Grafton 

Westport, Cheshire 



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West Rindge, 
West Rumney,t 
West Rye, 
West Salisbury, 
West Springfield, 
West Stewarts town, 
West Swauzey, 
West Thornton, 
Westville,t 
West Windham, t 
West Wilton, 
Whitcherville, 
Wliitefielcl,t 
Wild wood, 
Willowdale, 



Cheshire 

Grafton 

Rockingham 

Merrimack 

Sullivan 

Coos 

Cheshire 

Grafton 

Rockingham 

Rockingham 

Hillsborough 

Grafton 

Coos 

Grafton 

Grafton 



Wilmot, Merrimack 

Wilmot Flat, Merrimack 

Wilson's Crossing, Rockingham 
Wiltou,t* Hillsborough 

Wiucliester,f Cheshire 

Windham, Rockingham 

Windham Depot, f Rockingham 
Wing Road,t Grafton 

Wolfeborough Junction,! Carroll 
Wolfeboroiigh,f Carroll 

Wolfeborough Center, Carroll 
AVoodman's, Carroll 

Woodstock, Grafton 

Woocls¥ille,f Grafton 

Zealand,! Coos 



TOWNS AND TOWN OFFICERS. 



Alpliabetical list of towns with the names of their oflScers who were 
elected in November, 1888, and in March, 1889. Those marked with r are 
Republicans; those with d are Democrats. lu the column "Town Clerk 
and Treasurer," where only one man's name is given, he holds both offices; 
where two names appear, the clerk's is the first one. 

The cities will be given after the towns. 



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TOWNS. 



ACWORTH. 

Granted as Burnet in 1752 ; as Ackworth in 
1766 ; and as Acworth in 1772. 

ALBANY. 

Granted as Burton in 1766 ; name changed 
to Albanj' in 1833. 

ALEXANDRIA. 

Incorporated in 1782. It included what is 
now the town of Danbury. Part of Orange 
annexed in 1820. 

ALLENSTOWN. 

Granted to the heirs of ex-Gov. Allen, 
1722. Incorporated in 1831. Part of Bow 
annexed in 1815; and part of Hooksett, in 
1852. 

ALSTEAD. 

Granted as Newton in 1752, and as Alstead 
in 1763. Charter extended in 1772. 

ALTON, 

Incorporated from New Durham Gore in 
1796. Part of annexed to Barnstead in 1840 ; 
part to Wolfeborough in 1849. 

AMHERST. 

Granted in 1760. Part of annexed to Mil- 
ford in 1842; and part of Monson, in 1770. 



ANDOVER. 

Incorporated in 1779. 

ANTRIM. 

Incorporated from part of Society Land in 
1777. Part of, annexed to Hancock in 1848. 



SELECTMEN. 



Winslow C. Neal, d. 
Hiram R. Neal, r. 
Geo. P. Dickey, r. 

Jas. M. Shackford, r. 
Anson P. Irish, r. 
Onslow S.Smith, i'dt. 

Warren Tucker, d. 
J. E. S. Walker, r. 
Chas. L. Plummer,^. 



John H. Sullivan, d. 
Wm. H. Hazeltine, r. 
Wm. D. Marden, d. 



Azel R. Emerson, r. 
James Davis, r. 
Frank D. Messer, d. 

Amos L. Rollins, r. 
Charles Haj^es, r. 
Wm. N. Berr}^, r. 



Joseph P. Trow, d. 
Thos. M. Harvell,^. 
George E. Farley, d. 



Henry W. Kilburn, d. 
James F. Fellows, r. 
Wilton P. Graves, d. 

Wm. Buchanan, r. 
R. W. Stewart, r. 
J. Elro Perkins, r. 



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SUPERVISORS OF CHECK- 
LISTS. 



John H. Clark, r. 
Ceylon M. Dodge, r. 
Orlando D. Kemp, r. 

William C. Chase, d. 
Henry Smith, d. 
James Mayhew, r. 

A. F. Cheney, d. 

J. F. Yose, d. 

A. N. McMiirphy, d. 



Haryey Denison, d. 
Peter S. Rinyille, d. 
Charles W. Knox, d. 



Gardner G. Banks, r. 
Haryey D. Dickey, r, 



O. J. M. Gilman, r. 
AndreAy Hnckins, r. 
Benj. P. Marston, r. 



James F. Weston, r. 
J. Edward Upton, r. 
Frank C. Taylor, r. 



William Morrill, d. 
Harrison M. Busiel, d. 
Charles C. Moulton, d. 

George A. Cochran, r, 
Hiram G. Peabody, r, 



SCHOOL BOARD. 



Carl A. Allen, d. 
George W. Buss, r. 
Xathaniel P. Merrill, d. 

William Cooledge, r. 
Dayid Hurley, d. 
L^inan Barnes, r. 

Horace F. Tilton, r. 
J. E. S. Walker, r. 
Dick E. Burnes, r. 



John H. Sulliyan, d. 
John B. Hazelton, r. 
John D. S^yeatt, r. 



George K. Gorliam, r. 
George A. Ma3-o, d. 
S. A. Mitchell, r. 

Phineas H. Wheeler, r. 
Dayid H. Morrison, d. 
Dayid E. Wheeler, r. 



Clarence L. Tro^v, d. 
Herb^tD.Hicks,M.D.,r 
Mrs. Sophie E. Dodge. 



Ira Loyerin, d. 
Henry W. Kilburn, d. 
Wendell P. Elkins, d. 

Dennis W. Cooley, d. 
Rey. W. R.Cochrane,/. 
Anson Swett, d. 



TOAVN CLERK AND 
TREASURER. 



Hiram X. Heywood,?- 



Tchabod Hammond, r 
Dayid Hurley, d. 



Orrin S. Gale, d. 
L. F. Blake, r. 



Josei^h L. Belisle, r. 
Thos. J. Otterson, r. 



Fred L. Prentiss, r. 
Fred J. Maryin, d. 



Wm. C. Hartford, r 
Alonzo S. French. 



Albert A. Rotch, r. 
William B. Rotch, r 



George H.Scribner,^/. 
Warren S. Quimby,r. 



Charles B. Dodge, r 
John G. Abbott, r. 



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TOWNS. 



ASHLAND. 

Constituted from part of Holderness in 1868 

ATKINSON. 

Incorporated from Plaistow in 1767. Part 
of Atkinson annexed to Hampstead in 1859. 

AUBURN. 

Constituted from Chester in 1845. 

BARNSTEAD. 

Charter granted in 1727. Part of Alton an- 
nexed in 1840. 

BARRINGTON. 

Charter granted in 1722. Originally in- 
cluded Strafford. 

BARTLETT. 

Incorporated from several grants in Graf- 
ton county in 1790. 

BATH. 

Granted in 1761; re-granted in 1769. 



BEDFORD. 

Charter granted in 1750. Part of, annexed 
to Manchester in 1853. 



BELMONT. 

Part of Gilmanton. Incorporated by the 
name of Upper Gilmanton in 1859. Name 
changed to Belmont in 1869. 



SELECTMEN. 



Albert E. Porter, r. 
Frank H. Leavitt, r. 
Albert L. Smith, r. 

Ed. N. Greenough,(^. 
George A. Page, r. 
John H. Mason, d. 



Alfred D. Emery, d. 
William Hall, d. 
Burton S.McDuffee,^ 



Rufus S. Foss, d. 
Ira L. Berry, r. 
John H. Knowles, d. 



L. F. Swain, r. 

W. E. Waterhouse, r. 

Freeman Varney, r. 



Joseph Pitman, d. 
Benj. D. Eastman, r. 
Clarence H.George,</. 

Amos N. Blandin, d. 
Andrew J.Leighton,^^ 
Ira E. Deming, d. 



Jame^ E. Gault, r. 
Henry H. Smith, r. 
Milton N. Flint, d. 



Charles E. Small, r. 
Harvey Gardner, r. 
Edward F. Semple, r. 



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SUPERVISORS OF CHECK- 
LISTS. 



Dexter Sanborn, r. 
Chas. S. Woodman, r. 
Albert E. Porter, r. 

Isaac S. Noyes, d. 
Chas.B. Sargent, Jr. ,r. 
John A. Hall, r. 



Samuel Richardson, d 
Melvin Hall, d. 
Samuel E. Roy, d. 

Thomas L. Hoitt, d. 
Herbert A. Garland, <^. 
Hanson H. Young, r. 



Horace G. Cater, r. 

James Quin, r. 

C. F. Waterhouse, r. 

Frank W. Brown, d. 
John L. Pendexter, d. 
H. P. Dearborn, d. 

Henry S. Lang, d. 
Richard M. Johnson, <^ 
Charles H. Foster, d. 



William F. Conner, r. 
Thomas J. Wiggin, r. 
Daniel W. Atwood, r. 



A. P. B. Currier, r. 
E. P. Hadley, r. 
Isaiah Piper, r. 




TOWN CLERK AND 
TREASURER. 



William B. Smith, d. 
Fremont Eastman, r. 



Geo. E. Emerson, r. 
Herbert N. Sawyer, r. 
Gilman Greenough, d. 

Francis A. Griffin. 
Henry P. Wood, d. 
William G. Brown, r. 

John H. Jenkins. 
Horace N. Colbath. 
John George. 



Ellen J. Smith, r. 
B. Frank Felker, r. 



Mark W. Pierce, d. 
Alvah W. Barnell, r. 



Asa P. Prescott, d. 
Van B. Carleton, d. 
Solomon S. Carbee, d. 



Charles B. Beal, d. 
Frank H. Rowe, d. 
Edward P. French, r. 

J. M. Sargent, r. 
L. F. Gerald, ;'. 
Joseph Plummer, r. 



Ora A. Brown, r. 
Francis M. Hughes, r. 



S. B. Mason, r. 
Gilman Greenough,^', 



Henry P. Wood, d. 
WillardH. Griffin, d. 



Albert F . Shackf ord , d 
Daniel E. Tuttle. 



Henry F. Cater, r. 
G. B, Haley, r. 



Alvah W. Barnell, r. 
William D.Tasker, d. 



Charles Cliild, d. 
Edward Woods, d. 



Silas A. Riddle, r. 
Frank E. Manning, r. 



Walter C. Wells, d. 
Daniel W. Gale, r. 



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TOWNS. 



SELECTMEN. 



BENNINGTON. 

Incorporated from parts of Greenfield, 
Deering, Francestown, and Hancock in 1842. 
Part of Society Land annexed in 1842. 

BENTON. 

Incorporated by the name of Coventry in 
1764. Xame changed to Benton in 1840. 

BERLIN. 

Granted by the name of Maj^nesborough, 
1771. Name changed to Berlin in 1829. 



BETHLEHEM. 

Incorporated in 1799. 

BOSCAWEN. 

Charter granted in 1760 ; regranted in 1763. 
Formerly called Contoocook. 

BOW. 

Charter granted in 1727. Parts of the 
original township annexed to Pembroke, Al- 
lenstown, and Concord. 

BRADFORD. 

Incorporated from New Bradford and 
Washfngton Gore in 1787. Part of Newbury 
annexed in 1859. 

BRENTWOOD. 

Formerly spelled " Brintwood." It was 
made a parish in Exeter in 1742. 

BRIDGEAYATER. 

Incorporated from part of New Chester, 
now Hill, in 1788. 



Frank M.Twitchell,r. 
Charles H.Kimball,;-. 
Cyrus H. Philbrick,r. 



L. H. Parker, d. 

D. F. Richardson, d. 

E. S. Welch, d. 

John B. Noyes, d. 

F. D. Bartlett, r. 
Oliver Lambert, r. 

C. E. Swasey, d. 
C. H. Clark, d. 
J. K. Barrett, d. 

John C. Pearson, r. 
Geo. L. Pillsbury, r. 
John C. Morrison, r. 

Henry A.Wheeler, d. 
J. H. Burroughs, d. 
Rhodolphus Green, d. 



Daniel G. Peaslee, d. 
Jesse W. S. Moon, r. 
George A. Cilley, d. 



Samuel S. Dudley, r. 
Wm. H. Glidden, r. 
E. E. Thompson, r. 

D. B. Clement, Jr., d. 
John H. Clay, r. 
Harvey AV. Tilton, r. 



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SUPEKVISORS OF CHECK- 
LISTS. 



Henry J. Burtt, d. 
Lyman H. Adams, d. 
Fred H. Kimball, r. 



O. L. Mann, d. 
H. R. Spooner, d. 
Norman Page, d. 

Benjamin F. Deane, r. 
O. G. Poilvert, r. 
James M. Lavin, r. 

Charles E. Baker, d. 
W. W. McGregor, d. 
Joseph McKenna, d. 

Clias. J. Ellsworth, r. 
Samuel Choate, r. 
Geo. P. Chadwick, r. 



Benj. T. Green, d. 
George W. Short, d. 
Asa J. Nichols, d. 



Addison S. Cressy, d. 
Charles F. Davis, d. 
Silas Sawtelle, d. 



SCHOOL BOAKD. 



Levi Colby, d. 
Albert A. Lawrence, r. 



D. F. Richardson, d. 
Wm. W. Castino, d. 
James H. Keyser, d. 

Walter I. Davis, r. 
F. D. Bartlett, r. 
R. N. Chamberlin, r. 

H. J. Kenney, d. 
W. C. Bartlett, d. 
C. H. Clark, d. 

William P. Abbott, r. 
Edgarton Raymond, r. 
George L. Pillsbury, r. 

John C. Hammond, d. 
George W. Short, d. 



Mrs. G. M. Butman. 



Horace J. Robinson,r. Chas. C. S. Stevens, r. 



Lucien E. Smith, r. 
Albert H. Caverly, r. 

R. B. Gilpatrick, r. 
John E. S. Fifield, r. 
Orrin E. Morrill, r. 



Samuel Taylor, r. 
Moses W. Caverly, r. 



TOWN CLERK AND 
TREASURER. 



Walter D. Woods, r, 
G. A. Whittemore, r. 



D. F. Richardson, d. 
O. L. Mann, d. 



W. A. Bootliby, r. 
Herman E. Oleson, r. 



C. F. Davis, d. 
Elisha Swett, r 



C. E. Chadwick, r. 
C. J. Ellsworth, r. 



Mark Upton, p. 
Flanders W. Green, ^. 



Geo. A. Sawtelle, d. 



F. Eugene Taylor, r. 
E. G. Flanders, r. 



George F. Fletcher, r. I J. E. S. Fifield, r. 
James B. Hughes, r. | Hiram S. Tilton, r. 
Mrs. Emily L. Dalton. 



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TOWNS. 



SELECTMEN. 



BRISTOL. 

Incorporated from New Chester and Bridge- 
water in 1819. 

BROOKFIELD. 

Incorporated from Middleton in 1794. 



BROOKLINE. 

Originally called " Raby.'' Incorporated as 
Brookline in 1798. 



CAMPTON. 

Charter granted in 1761 ; regranted in 1767. 
Part of Thornton annexed in 1867. 



CANAAN. 

Charter granted in 1761. Charter extended 
in 1769. 

CANDIA. 

Constituted from a part of Chester in 1763. 



CANTERBURY. 

Charter granted in 1727. It originally in- 
cluded what is now Northfield and Loudon. 
Part of the town annexed to Concord in 1784. 

CARROLL. 

Formerly called " Bretton Woods." Incor- 
porated in 1832. 



CENTRE HARBOR. 

Incorporated from a part of New Hampton 
in 1797. Part of Meredith annexed in 1873. 



Geo. A. Emerson, r, 
Charles E. Mason, d. 
Clarence A. Smith, r. 

Charles Churchill, r. 
Charles Willey, d. 
John E. Lang, r. 

W. F. Rockwood, d. 
Joseph B. Swett, d. 
Albert AV. Corey, d. 

David B. Pulsifer, r. 
James F. Merrill, r. 
William Wallace, r. 



Leroy S. Davis, r. 
Oscar L. Rand, d. 
Daniel Goss, Jr., d. 

A. J. Edgerly, d. 
Jesse W. Sargeant,<^. 
Benjamin F. Lang, d. 

Charles E. Morrill,^. 
Alfred G. Chase, d. 
Rufus Boynton, d. 



John H. Henry, r. 
E. L. Miles, r. 
E. M. Moody, d. 



Orville P. Smith, d. 
B. Dickerson, d. 
Jas. P. Leighton, d. 



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SUPERVISORS OF CHECK- 
LISTS. 



K. E. Dearborn, r. 
Robert S. Hastings, r. 

A. P. Harrimau, r. 

J. Neal Gate, r. 
James D. Hiitchins, d. 
Joseph S. Curtis, r. 

Frank H. Jenness, d. 
Fred. F. Wright, d. 
EdTrard C. Tucker, d. 

Benjamin Sanborn, r. 
Mark Spokesfield, r. 

B. Frank Homans, r. 



D. M. Harrigan, d. 
Harris J. Goss, d. 
Horatio Oilman, d. 

Frank P. Langford, d. 
John K. Moore, d. 
Andrew J. Fifield, d. 



Charles N. Clough, d. 
Charles Smith, d. 
Joseph K. Hancock, d. 



Zeeb Howe, r. 
A. M. Allen, r. 
Hiram Abbott, d. 



Levi W. Watson, d. 
Geo. A. Sturtevant, d. 
Edward E.Simonds,(^, 



SCHOOL BOARD. 



Almon Hastings, r. 
Solon Dolloff, r. 
Elijah Sanborn, d. 

Charles Colman, r. 
Samuel M. Allen, r= 
S. H. Hutchins, d. 

O. D. Fessenden, d. 
Mrs. Ella W. Tucker. 
Mrs. Caroline E. Hardy- 
Charles Cutter, d. 



Georo-e W. Murray, r. 
Henry H. Wilson, d. 
A. W. Hutchinson, d. 

Geo. E. Richardson, r. 



Caroline F. Emery, r. 
Lowell T. Mason, r. 
William D. Ingalls, d. 



W. W. Glines, d. 
C. S. Miles, r. 
Franklin Worthley, d. 



Orville P. Smith, d. 
David M. Whitcher, r. 
Daniel W. Coe, r. 



TOWN CLERK AND 
TREASURER. 



Austin H. Roby, r. 
C. H. Dickinson, r. 



R. L. Chamberlain, r 
Dudley C. Colman, r 



Edward C. Tucker, d. 
Jas. H. S. Tucker, d. 



Gardner Little, r. 
Arthur P. Rowe, r. 



Geo. H. Gordon, r. 
W. B. Richardson, r. 



Chas. H. Turner, d. 
Thos. B. Turner, d. 



Frank W. Morrill, d. 
J. P. Dearborn, d. 



J. F. Leavitt, d. 
Isaac Thompson, r 



George H. Piper, d. 
Chaser H. Canney, d. 



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TOWNS. 



SELECTMEN. 



CHARLESTOWN. 

Charter granted in 1753. Part of Unity 
annexed in 1810. 



CHATHAM. 

Incorporated in 1767. 

CHESTER. 

Charter granted in 1722. 

CHESTERFIELD. 

Charter granted in 1752. 

CHICHESTER. 

Charter granted in 1727. 

CLAREMONT. 

Charter granted in 1764. 



CLARKSVILLE. 

Incorporated in 1853. 



COLEBROOK. 

Granted as Colebrook Town in 1770. 
corporated as Colebrook in 1796. 



In- 



COLUMBIA. 

Chartered as Cockburne Town in 1770. In- 
corporated as Cockburne in 1797. Name 
changed to Columbia in 1811. 



Geo. O. Dunbar, d. 
George S. Smith, r. 
R. W. Robertson, ;'. 



Dana Hill, r. 
William Spencer, r. 
David Chandler. 

Oren F. Page, d. 
John N. Hunt, r. 
Charles F. True, r. 

George A. Tuttle, d. 
Warren H.Butler, r. 
Calvin P. Gilson, d. 

Nathan D. Fitts, r. 
Otis T. Maxfield, r. 
Oliver F. Davis, r. 

Isaac H. Long, r. 
M. S. Rossiter, r. 
Henry C. Sanders, r. 

W. A. Harriman, r. 
Horace Comstock, d. 
Joel H. Munn, d. 



W. H. Mullikin, d. 
Edgar A. Jordan, d. 
W. Cummings, d. 



Benj. F. Jeffers, (?. 
F. G. Marshall, d. 
Royal W. Jordan, d. 



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135 



SUPERVISORS OF CHECK- 
LISTS. 



George S. Bond, r. 
Edward R. Perry, r. 
Eben H. Tidd, r. 



John F. Charles, d. 
A, "W. Anderson, cZ. 
Osborn Anderson, d. 

Oren F. Page, d. 
Geo. A. Cammett, d. 
G. S. Whittemore, d. 

F. M. Hamilton, r. 
Ellon A. Safford, r. 
Larkin D. Farr, r. 

J. D. Leavitt, d. 
J. Frank Towle, d. 
Joseph S. Marston, d. 

Ira Colby, r. 

Geo. H. Stowell, r. 

Hartley L. Brooks, r. 

Willis E. Young, d. 
W. E. Hmiebert, d. 
John G. Hurlebert,(Z. 

Gilbert W. Hicks, d. 
Fritz C. Rolfe, d. 
John B. Dunn, d. 



F. M. Hutchinson, d. 
Ersvin Fitts, d. 
Bradley Bailey, d. 



SCHOOL BOARD. 



George S. Bond, r. 
J. M. Whitaker, p. 
Frank W. Putnam, r. 



David A. Leavitt, p. 
James M. "^Veeks, r. 



Cyrus F. Marston, r. 
Fred I. Drowne, r. 
Jennie P. Hazel ton, r 

John F. Butler, r. 
T. X. Robertson, r. 
Joel W. Scudder, r. 

George W. Lake, d. 
David T. Brown, d. 
Oliver Drake, r. 

EdM^n Yaughan, r. 
John BaileA', r. 
E. F. Houghton, r. 

Norman C. Young, d. 
Wm. W. Young, d. 
Chas. W. Wiswell, r. 



Scott B. Fletcher, r. 
S. B. Whittemore, d. 
Milton Harriman, r. 



Eben E. Noyes, r. 
William E. Cone, r. 
Mrs. Miles Grey. 



TOWN CLERK AND 
TREASURER. 



Herbert W. Bond, r. 
George Olcott, r. 



William Spencer, r 
John F. Charles, d. 



George S.Webster,d. 
John W. Noyes, r. 



Sewall F. Rugg, r 
H. C. Harvey, d. 



Jeremy L. Sanborn,r. 
C. A. Langmaid, d. 



Francis F.Haskell, r. 
Geo. N. Farwell, r. 



Jos. W. Young, d. 

IST. C. Young, d. 



D. E. Cummings, d. 
Warren E. Drew, d. 



S. I. Bailey, Jr., d. 
H. E. Forrestall, d. 



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TOWNS. 



CONWAY. 

Charter granted in 1765 ; regrantedin 1772. 



CORNISH. 

Charter granted in 1763. Parts of Croy- 
don and Grantham annexed. 



CROYDON. 

Charter granted in 1763 ; extended in 1768. 

D ALTON. 

Incori3orated from part of Apthorp in 1784. 

DANBURY. 

Part of Alexandria ; incorporated as Dan- 
bury in 1795. Parts of Wilmot and Hill an- 
nexed. Transferred from Grafton to Merri- 
mack county in 1874. 

DANVILLE. 

Formerly called "Hawke." Incorporated 
as Danville in 1836. Part of Hampstead an- 
nexed in 1877. 

DEERFIELD. 

Formerly part of Nottingham. Establish- 
ed in 1766. 

DEERING. 

Formerly part of Society Land. Charter 
granted in 1774. 

DERRY. 

Incorporated from part of Londonderry^ in 

1827. 



SELECTMEN. 



Lorenzo T. Hale, r. 
Wm. S. Abbott, d. 
Geo. V. Eastman, r. 

Chas. E. Jackson, d. 
James W. Fitch, r. 
William Tand}^ r. 



Francis Dodge, r. 
B. Humphrey, d. 
Edgar W. Davis, r. 

J. M. Lang, d. 
Aldrich Johnson, d. 
David Hurlbert, r. 

Ed. A. Farnum, d. 
Harry G. Dean, d. 
John Wells, d. 



Edmund R. Blake, r. 
Horace E. Currier, r. 
M. J. Dimond, r. 



Wm. F. Chase, d. 
John D. Cate, d. 
Martin W. Childs, d. 

Wm. H. Gilmore, d. 
James F. Locke, f^. 
Harry S. Appleton,d. 

Robert H. Clarke, r. 
Joseph R. Clark, r. 
Tappan R. Robie, r. 



TO^VNS AND TOWN OFFICERS. 



137 



SUPERVISORS or CHECK- 
LISTS. 



Leroy S. Merrill, d. 
Wm. M. Wyman, d. 
Ira Garland, d. 

Geo. E. Fairbanks, r. 
Samuel M. Greene, r. 



Daniel Kennedy, r. 
Wm.W. Partridge, r. 
Elmer E. Dodge, r. 

A. Hubbard, d. 
C. C. White, d. 
Joseph Brown, r. 

John T. Morrison, d. 
Bert "W. Dean, d, 
Edwin Litchfield, d. 



C. B. Huntington, r. 
R. S. French, r. 
C. E. Quimby, r. 



J. H. Morrison, r. 
B. F. Brown, r. 

D. W. Scott, r. 

E. H. Bartlett, d. 

F. P. Ellinwood, d. 
James S. Craine, d. 

George Moore, r. 
George W. Barker, r, 
TajDpan R. Robie, r. 



SCHOOL BOARD. 



John B. Nash, d. 
Simeon A. Evans, r. 
Clara E. Norcross. 

William H. Child, r. 
Herbert Deming, /'. 
Stephen A. Tracy, r. 



Marshall Putnam, d. 
Milon C. Cooj^er, r. 
Melvin S. Fletcher, d. 

Bert A. Taylor, d. 
Ira Carleton, d. 
Julius Clevill, r. 

Jas. S. Knowlton, r. 
Alonzo Wilkins, d. 
Edwin Litchfield, d. 



Geo.W. Sherburne, r 
Lellan J. Tuck, d. 
Charles P. Griffin, d. 



John L. Stevens, r. 
Ella M. Prescott. 
Nettie M. Chase. 

Alvin Tubbs, r. 
Isaac Smith, r. 
George C. Patten, r. 

Isaac H. Jones, r. 
Edmund Adams, r. 
Lizzie F. Hill, r. 



TOWN CLERK AND 
TREASURER. 



James L. Gibson, r. 
Henry B. Cotton, d. 



William H. Sisson, r. 
Samuel M. Greene, r. 



Frank L. Hanson, d. 
Sullivan J. Brown, d. 



B. D. Goodall, d. 
B. A. Taylor, d. 



John C. Webster, d. 
F. E. Litchfield, d. 



Clias. H. Bradley, r. 
L. A. Colby, r. 



Alvah B. Chase, r. 
Charles R. Brown, r. 



Alvin Tubbs, r. 



Edward T. Parker, r. 
Fred. J. Shepard, r. 



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TOWNS. 



DORCHESTER. 

Charter granted in 1761 ; regranted in 1772. 



DUBLIN, 

Formerly known as " Monadnock No. 3." 
Charter granted in 1771. Part annexed to 
Marlboronofh in 1818. 



DUMMER. 

Charter granted in 1773. Incorporated as a 
town in 1848. Part of Stark annexed in 1868. 



DUNBARTON. 

Formerly called " Starkstown." It included 
a part of what is now Hooksett. In 1765 in- 
corporated by its present name. 

DURHAM. 

Constituted in 1732, from that part of 
Dover called "Oyster River." It included 
what is now also the town of Lee. Part 
annexed to Newmarket in 1870. 

EAST KINGSTON. 

Incorporated from part of Kingston in 
1738. Parts annexed to South Hamj^ton and 
Newton. 

EASTON. 

Constituted from part of Landaff in 1876. 



EATON. 

Charter granted in 1766. It included what 
is now the town of Madison. 



SELECTMEN. 



Ira B. Norris, d. 
F. Y. Burnham, r. 
Scott D. Burley, d. 



Charles J, Ellis, r. 
"VVillard H. Pierce, r. 
Fred A. Pierce, r. 



Chas. N. Bickford, d. 
W. H. Philbrick, d. 
George R. Waters, d. 



Edward P. Paige, r. 
William H. Colby, r. 
George H. Ryder, r. 



Eben M. Davis, r. 
Daniel Chesley, r. 
Samuel H. Craig, d. 



E. W. Philbrick, d. 
George F. Morrill, d. 

F. D. Lawrence, d. 



A. H. Drury, p. 
A. M. Ball, d. 
Alonzo Cooley, d. 



Edwin Snow, cZ. 
Eugene W. Hatch, d. 
Smith C. Allard, d. 



TOWNS AND TOWN OFFICERS. 



139 



SUPERVISORS OF CHECK- 
LISTS. 



SCHOOL BOARD. 



W. C. Yoiingman, d. 
L. S. Fellows, r. 
Henry T. Reed, d. 



Charles R. Fisk, r. 
Croydon Jones, r. 
Alfred C. Frost, r. 



Isaac C. Wight, r. 
Nelson W. Bean, d. 
George G. Gates, d. 



John D. Bnnton, r. 
Oliver Bailev, r. 
John C. Mills, r. 



W. S. Meserve, d. 
Leonard B. Bunker, d. 
S. P. Chesley, d. 



Geo. W. Sanborn, d. 
Josiah Morrill, d. 
Joseph G. Nelson, d. 



George S. Judd, d. 
Geo. W. Kendall, d. 
S. F. Whitcomb, d. 



Joseph E. Perkins, d. 
Everett A. Stanley, d. 



Byron Richardson, r. 
Stillman Merrill, d. 



Luke r. Richardson, r. 
Henry C. Piper, r. 
James Allison, r. 



John B. Lovejoy, r. 
Isaac C. Wight, r. 
W. H. Philbrook, d. 



John B. Ireland, 7\ 
Geo. W. Morrison, d. 
Philander M. Lord, d. 



Albert De Meritt, d. 
Andrew E. Meserve, d. 
Jonathan A.Knowles,r 



Benj. K. Webster, 7\ 
Laura O. Philbrick. 
Joseph F. Kimball, r. 



Willis Bow^les, fZ. 
R. W. Young, d. 
C. E. Drury,/. 



Charles M. To wle,^. 
John S. Loud, p. 



TOWN CLERK AND 
TREASURER. 



Geo. W. Rowen, d, 
Stillman Merrill, d. 



Warren L. Fiske, r. 



Geo. S. Twitchell, r. 
John B. Lovejoy, r. 



Horace Caldwell, r. 
James M. Bailey, r. 



Geo. D. Stevens, d. 
H. A. Mathes, r. 



Daniel C. Sawyer, d. \ Frank M. Hatch, d. 



F. J. Philbrick, d. 
Geo. W. Sanborn, d. 



C. A Young, d. 
J. V. Gray, d. 



Everett A. Stanley, d. 



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TOWNS. 


SELECTMEN. 


EFFINGHAM. 




Incorporated in 1788. Part of Wakefield 
annexed in 1820. 


Chas. H. Stevens, d. 
Frank Meloon, r. 
J. W. S. Palmer, d. 


ELLSWORTH. 




Originally called " Trecothick." Incorpo- 
rated as Ellsworth in 1802. 


James M. Dustin, d. 
Samuel Shelburn, d. 
Oscar F. Blake, d. 


ENFIELD. 




Chartered as Endfield in 1761 ; as Relhan 
in 1768 ; incorporated as Enfield in 1784. 


E. A. Wells, d. 
T. Kidder, d. 
J. A. Little, d. 


EPPING. 




Incorporated from part of Exeter in 1741. 


John Leddy, d. 
Caleb F. Edgerly, d. 
0. S. Langley, d. 


EPSOM. 




Charter granted in 1727. 

ERROL. 


Samuel R.Yeaton, d. 
James H. Tripp, d. 
John A. Chesley, d. 


Charter granted in 1774, but not incorpo- 
rated as a town until 1836. 


R. B. Thurston, d. 
L. C. Bragg, d. 
E. D. Thurston, d. 


EXETER. 




First settled 1638. Voluntary compact of 
government entered into by settlers July 4, 
1639. 


Geo. W. Weston, r. 
Geo. A. Carlisle, r. 
Leonard F. Smith, r. 


FARMINGTON. 




Constituted from part of Rochester in 1798. 


S. S. Amazeen, d. 
J. L. Demeritt, d. 
F. G. Tebbetts, d. 


FITZ WILLI AM. 




Incorporated in 1773. 


Edwin N. Bowen, r. 
Wm. H. Shirley, r. 
Walter J. Putney, r. 



TOWNS AND TOWN OFFICERS. 



141 



SUPERVISORS OF CHECK- 
LISTS. 




Geo. E. Doane, r. 
George W. Shaw, cZ. 
Seth J. Philbrick, d. 

Ira T. Bartlett, d. 
William H. Hill, d. 
W. F. Buzzell, d. 



H. L. Chamberlin, d. 
Oscar Bailey, d. 
C. F. Cross, d. 



Samuel H. Rand, d. Geo. N. Shepard, r. 



Robert Thompson, d 
Geo. H. Miller, d. 

Andrew J. Silver, r. 
James B. Tennant, r. 
Albion Locke, r. 

N. N. Ferrin, r. 
C. H. West, d. 
A. K. Har^Jer, d. 

Arthur O. Fuller, r. 
Benj. J. Perkins, r. 
Stephen C. Gray, r. 



Chas. E. Connor, d. 
Martin Y . B. Lang, d. 
James A. Fletcher, d. 

Chas. D. Bigelow, r. 
Chas. F. Mitchell, r. 
John A. Platts, r. 



Wm.H. Cotton, d. 
FranciscaW. Barker, r. 
James M. Leavitt, r. 

Henry H. Pease, d. 
Samuel Sherburn, d. 
Sylvester Littlefield, r. 



James McElwain, r. 
B. W. Clough, d. 
W. F. Smith, d. 



Lewis E. Fogg, d. 
Caleb F. Edgerly, d. 

Cyrus O. Brown, d. 
James H. TrijDp, d. 
Annie M. Wells. 

John Akers, d. 
S. R. Hanscom, r. 
Jona. F. Bryant. 

John A. Brown, r. 
John D. Lyman, r. 
Geo. W. Weston, v. 



Frank Emerson, d. 
Asa L. Tibbetts, r. 
Henry Wilson, r. 

Samuel Kendall, r. 
Chas. A. Whitney, r. 
Wm. E. Dickinson, r. 



TOWN CLERK AND 
TREASURER. 



John W. Moore, r. 
A. J. Wedgewood. 



Henry H. Pease, d. 
Ira T. Bartlett, d. 



Frank T. Currier, cZ. 
C. H. Webster. 



Frank P. Fisk, d. 
A. D. Brown, d. 



Edwin R. Yeaton, d. 
Noah W. Goss, d. 



L. C. Bragg, d. 
J. L. Bragg, d. 



Wm. H. Belknap, r. 
Samuel S. Thyng, r. 



Chas. H. Pitman, d. 
James E. Fernald, d. 



S. Batcheller, r. 
Daniel W. Firmin, r. 



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TOWNS. 



FEANCESTOWN. 

Constituted in 1772 from " New Boston Ad- 
dition " and a part of Society Land ; addition 
from the latter, also, in 1802. Parts of Green- 
field annexed in 1792 and 1872. 

FRANCONIA. 

Charter granted in 1764. 



FRANKLIN. 

Formed from parts of Salisbury, Andover, 
Sanbornton, and Northfield. Incorporated in 

1828. 

FREEDOM. 

Incorporated as North Effingham in 1831. 
Name changed to Freedom in 1832. 



FREMONT. 

Granted as Poplin. Name changed to Fre- 
mont in 1854. 



GILFORD. 

Incorporated from part of Gilmanton in 
1812. 

GILMANTON. 

Charter granted in 1727. It included the 
territory now occupied by the towns of Gil- 
ford and Belmont. 



GILSUM. 

Granted as Boyle. Incorporated as Gilsum 
in 1763. Part of Sullivan annexed in 1874. 



SELECTMEN. 



H. Richardson, r. 
Geo. A. Duncklee, r. 
Chas. E. Nutting, r. 



Harry W. Priest, d. 
Wm. H. Brooks, d. 
Ira Whipple, r. 

Asa J. Thurston, d. 
Geo. W. Sawyer, d. 
Edrick S. Avery, d. 



E. P. Sawyer, d. 
O. C. Moulton, d. 
Oren E. Drake, d. 



Lincoln F. Hooke, r. 
Alvah Sanborn, r. 
H. B. Ellis, r. 



Chas. L. Pulsifer, r 
Stephen B. Cole, r. 
Enoch Flanders, r. 

Thomas B. Lane, r. 
Chas. E. Merrill, r. 
Frank N. Merrill, r. 



S. L. Kingsbury, r. 
W. S. Mansfield, d. 
Jehial White, r. 



TOWNS AND TOWN OFFICERS. 



143 



SUPERVISORS OF CHECK- 
LISTS. 



\Vm. H. Fariium, r. 
Henry N. Woods, r. 
John M. Morse, r. 



SCHOOL BOARD. 



Jas. T. Woodbury, r. 
George D. Epps, r. 
George F. Pattee, r. 



Edward L. Brooks, d. Richard L. Howard, r. 



William B. Chase, d. 
Jack T. Brooks, d. 



H. A. Currier, d. 
Edwin T. Taylor, d. 
Alonzo Messer, d. 



David Smith, d. 
Nathaniel Downs, d. 
Almon R. Bennett, r. 



Daniel C. Hooke, r. 
G. W. Nichols, r. 
Andrew J. Brown, r. 



E. M. Buzzell, r. 
A. W. Smith, r. 
Albert M. Thyng, r. 

John S. Page, r. 
Edwin Varney, r. 
Frank E. Newell, r. 



L. W. Wilder, r. 
John H. Laing, r. 
Henry H. Carter, r. 



Ivory H. Glovier, d. 



Omer A. Towne, r. 
John W. Staples, r. 
George R. Stone, d. 



Edgar J. Young, d. 



Mrs. E. G. Sleeper. 



John B. Henley, d. 
Edwin P. Hovt, r. 
Chas. L. Pulsifer, r. 

George W. Parsons, r. 
Owen J. Edgerl}^ d. 
Frank M. Twombly, r. 



Benj. H. Britton, r. 
Herbert E. Adams, r. 
Geo. C. Hubbard, r. 



TOWN CLERK AND 
TREASURER. 



Jas. T. Woodbury, r. 
George E. Downs, r. 



M. A. Bowles, r. 
George H. Burt, d. 



Hallis K. Smith, d. 
Frank Proctor, r. 



Geo. F. Huckins, d. 
S. W. Fowler, d. 



Henry A. Cook, r. 
J. A. Robinson, 'p. 



Leroy M. Gould, r 
Thomas Ham, r. 



W. H. S. Hatch, r. 
John Connell, r. 



L. W. F. Mark, r. 
H. E. Adams, r. 



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TOWNS. 



GOFFSTOWN. 

Charter gTantecl in 1761. It included a 
part of tlie present towns of Hooksett and 
Manchester. 

GORHAM. 

Formerly " Shelburne Addition." Incor- 
porated as Gorham in 1836. 



GOSHEN. 

Incorporated in 1791 from small portions 
of Fisherfield, Wendall, Newport, Unity and 
Lempster. 

GRAFTON. 

Charter granted in 1761 ; regranted in 1769. 
IncorjDorated in 1778. 

GRANTHAM. 

Granted in 1761 ; regranted in 1767. Name 
changed to New Grantham in 1788; and in 
1818 Grantham resumed. 



GREENFIELD. 

Incorporated in 1797. 

GREENLAND. 

Incorporated in 1703. 

GREENVILLE. 

Constituted from Mason in 1872. 

GROTON. 

Incorporated from Cockermouth in 1796. 



SELECTMEN. 



Chas. Morgrage, r. 
Chas. E. Pollard, r. 
Selwin T. Martin, r. 



Rufus F. Ingalls, d. 
Chas. H. Shorey, d. 
Walter C. Libby, r. 



Cyrus M. Clough, r. 
E. I. Purington, r. 
Geo. C. Bugbee, r. 

Joseph B. Page, r. 
J. F. Went worth, r. 
Carlos S. Martin, r. 

Rufus Hall, r. 
Wm. H. Miller, r. 
Henry H. Currier, r. 



Wm. E. Hopkins, d. 
J. T. Robertson, d. 
G. C. Blancliard, r. 

Dennis Mahony, d. 
Chas. W. Marden, d. 
J. Y. Whithorn, d. 

James B. Fry, r. 
F. L. Peabody, r. 
Robt. Brown, Jr., d. 

Albi A. Hall, r. 
Sylvester Wheet, d. 
John E. Muzzey, d. 



TOWNS AND TOWN OFFICERS. 



145 



SUPERVISORS OF CHECK- 
LISTS. 



Rodney Johnson, r. 
Jas. G. Taggart, r. 
George Pattee, r. 



W. B. Gates, d. 
T. H. McHugh, d. 
Thos. W. Haley, d. 



Jonathan In galls, r. 
John S. Smart, r. 
Solomon Russell, r. 

John E. Martin, d. 
A. J. Robinson, d. 
Fred A. Stevens, d. 

Abram Merrill, d. 
Perley Walker, d. 
L. P. Saunders, d. 



D. W. Burnham, r. 
Willis D. Hardy, d. 
A. W. Savage, d. 

Jos. A. Lovering, d. 
Jos. P. Simpson, d. 
C. R. Dearborn, d. 

W. W. Stevenson, r. 
H. I. Whitney, r. 
Fred B. Hussey, r. 

Ira Cummings, r. 
Chas. G. Kidder, d. 
Geo. W. Bailey, d. 



SCHOOL BOARD, 



Edwin Flanders, r. 
David G. Roberts, d. 
George P. Hadley, r. 



George E. Tubbs, d. 
Thomas Gifford, d. 
Albert S. Twitchell, r. 



Esech Sischo, d. 
Imri P. Adams, d. 
James W. Rogers, d. 

John W. Tinkham, d. 
George S. Barney, r. 
Charles L. Folsom, d. 

Mrs. Geo. A. Tyrrel. 



John T. Robertson, d. 
John Fletcher, d. 
ISTaf 1 F. Cheever, r. 

Edward Robie, r. 
John Hatch, d. 
John P. Weeks, r. 

Charles E. Hall, r. 
Franklin B. Heald, r. 
Stephen H. Bacon, r. 

A. B. Crosby, r. 
George E. Colburn, r. 
Wadsworth Remick, d. 



TOWN CLERK AND 
TREASURER. 



Frank Johnson, r. 
Robinson Brown, r. 



Geo. E. Tubbs, d. 
Sabin M. Leavitt, d. 



Rob't G. Morrill, r. 
Elisha H. Carr, r. 



Benj. F. Davis, d. 
Horace Barney, r. 



Geo. H. Walker, d. 
Kirk D. Smith, r. 



N. F. Cheever, r. 
A. W. Savage, d. 



L. D. Duntley, d. 
E. A. Peterson, d. 



Chas. E. Marsh, r. 
Chas. E. Hall, r. 



R. J. Hunkins, r, 
Daniel Kidder, d. 



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TOWNS. 


SELECTMEN. 


HAMPSTEAD. 






Charter granted in 1747. 




Joseph H. Grant, r. 
Chas. W. Garland, r. 
George C. Fitts, r. 


HAMPTON. 






Granted town privileges in 1639. 




William E. Lane, r. 
Samuel A. Towle, r. 
John W. Mace, r. 


HAMPTON FALLS. 






Formerly part of Hampton. Granted town 
privileges in 1718. 


George J. Curtis, r. 
George F. Merrill, r. 
Lester B. Sanborn, r. 


HANCOCK. 






Incorporated in 1779 from part of 
Land. 


Society 


Chas. G. MatheM-s, d. 
X. W. Brooks, d. 
John P. Hills, r. 


HANOVER. 






Charter granted in 1761. Grant extended 
in 1775. 


JohnL. Bridgman, r. 
Charles H. Wood, r . 
Simon Ward, Jr., r. 


HARRIS VILLE. 






Constituted from parts of Dublin and Nel- 
son in 1870. 


Chas. C. Farwell, d. 
Luther P. Eaton, ;-. 
Geo. W. Barker, r. 


hart's location. 




George H. More3% ^• 
Joseph F. Smith, r. 
James E. Mitchell, r. 


HAVERHILL. 


. 




Charter granted in 1763. 




Dexter L.Hawkins, <^. 
Charles G. Smith, d. 
Edward C. Kinne, d. 


HEBRON. 






Incorporated in 1792 from Plymouth and 
Cockermouth. 


John P. Sanborn, d. 
Albert E. Moore, d. 
J. F. Jesseman, d. 



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147 



SUPERVISORS OF CHECK- 
LISTS. 



J. F. McCollister, r. 
A. M. Moulton, r. 
E. L. F. Page, r. 

Jacob T. Brown, r. 
Walter L. Drake, r. 
Horace Hobbs, r. 



SCHOOL BOARD. 



James H. Emerson, r. 
Andrew M. Moulton, r. 
J. F. McCollister, r. 

William T. Merrill, r. 
Abbott L. Joslin, r. 
Clias. M. Lamprey, d. 



Henry H. Knight, r. Horace A. Godfrey, r. 



TOWN CLERK AND 
TREASURER. 



D. F. Batchelder, r. 
James H. Brown, d. 



John C. Sanborn, r. 
Xat'l Blatchford, d. 



James S. Hay ward, d, Hervey Gulick, r. 



Andrew B. Stone, d. 
Clarence H. Ware, d. 

Chas. F. Emerson, r. 
Harrison Bugbee, r. 
Cyrus P. Smith, r. 



Harvey J. Ware, d. 
Jacob G. Lakin, d. 
Edwin P. Hunt, r. 

Fred H. Bartlett, r. 
Edward B, Cobb, r. 
George C. Rich, r. 

Daniel W. Header, d. 
Andrew J.Leighton,d 
Charles W. Pike, d. 

Frank O. Moore, d. 
John W. Sanborn, d. 
Cyrus Moore, d. 



William Weston, r. 
Orland Eaton, r. 

Albert Pinneo, ?'. 
Stephen Eastman, r. 
William L. Barnes, r. 



Miss Clara Ward. 
Samuel D. Bemis, d. 
Aaron Smith, r. 

No school board. 



Caleb Wells, d. 
Samuel P. Carbee, r. 
Darius K. Davis, r. 

Hiram M.Worthley, r, 
Miss C. A. Jewell, d. 
David P. Hardy, r. 



W. H. Davis, r. 
Danl H. Emerson, r. 



John M. Akerman, r. 
Joshua A. Lane, r. 



Jack Sanborn, r. 
Chas. T. Brown, r. 



Wm. F. Symonds, r. 



G. M. Bridgman, d. 
Geo. Hitchcock, r. 



George F. Tufts, d. 



Jas. E. Mitchell, r. 
George H. Morey, r. 



Enoch R. Weeks, d. 



William Elliott, d. 
Frank O. Moore, d. 



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TOWNS. 


SELECTMEN. 


HENNIKER. 






Formerly " No. 6," or " New Marlborough." 
Charter granted for Henniker in 1768. 


Timothy Peaslee, r. 
Geo. W. S. Dow, d. 
Albert W. Siimner,f;. 


HILL. 






Incori^orated from New Chester in 1837. 
Part annexed to Danbuiy in 1858. 


Chas. M. Cilley, r. 
Orrin G. Colby, r. 
Wm. C. Kelley, r. 


HILLSBOROUGH. 






Charter granted in 1772. 




Freeman C. Adams, r. 
Fred W. Flint, r. 
Walter J. Farrar, r. 


HINSDALE. 






Charter granted in 1753. 




D. W. Stearns, r. 
Wotfred N. Pike, cl. 
Nathan M.Worden,(^. 


HOLDERNESS. 






Charter granted in 1751 . 




Stephen Ethridge, d. 
D. H. Willoughby, d. 
James C. Mudgett, d. 


HOLLIS. 






Granted as " Holies" in 1746. 




C. B. Richardson, r. 
David N. Haj^den, r. 
Enos E. Homan, r. 


HOOKSETT. 






Incorporated in 1822 from parts of Chester, 
Dmibarton, andGoffstown. In 1852 part was 
annexed to Allenstown. 


Elroy J. Robie, r. 
Henry C. Carbee r. 
Geo. A. Harriman, d. 


HOPKINTON. 






Originally called " New Hopkinton," 
corporated in 1765. 


In- 


Wm. F. Dodge, r. 
John H. Sargent, r. 
Charles French, r. 


HUDSON. 






Originally called "Nottingham West." 
corporated in 1830. 


Tn- 


James F. Wilson, d. 
Daniel Gage, r. 
David Clement, r. 



TOWNS AND TOWN OFFICERS. 



149 



SUPERVISORS OF CHECK- 
LISTS. 



SCHOOL BOARD. 



Josiah W. Emery, r. Walter T. Sargent, r. 
Harrison Carter, r. \ George H. Dodge, d. 



D. E. Huntington, r. 



Wm. H. M. Gate, r. 



WillardB. Cawley, r. Wm. H. Hilpert, r 



Vacant, 

Lyman T. Dearborn, cZ. 



Charles Quinn, r. 
James S. Butler, r. 
Levi G. Jones, r. 

Geo. P. Hooker, r. 
Thomas W. Saben, d. 



Frank G. Dickerson, r. 
Frank E. Adams, r. 



Edgar Hazen, r. 
Alden P. Farrar, r. 



Dr. W. S. Leonard, r. 
Chas. B. Hopkins, r. 



Wesley J. Jeffords, r.' Dr. M. C. Dix, d. 



Thomas E. Carr, d. 
F. G. Cummings, d. 
Isaac N. Smith, d. 

F. Worcester, r. 
Isaac Van Dyke, r. 
Silas M. Spaulding,?' 

Edwin Pronk, r. 
Moses R. Burbank, r. 



Samuel D. Merrill, d. 
Charles L. True, d. 
Henry B. Jewell, d. 

Franklin Worcester, r. 
Chas. M. Stratton, r. 
Chas. S. Spaulding, d. 

Eugene S. Head, r. 
Arah W. Prescott, r. 



Arthur A. Kimball, r. George A. Robie, r 



Edward D. French, r. 
E. D. G. Runnells, r. 
Daniel F. Fisk, ?-. 



John S. StraAV, d. 
Charles C. Lord, r. 
Henry D. Dustin, r. 



Natl Wentvvorth, r. j David O. Smith, r. 
Justin E. Hill, r. ! B. M. Webster, r. 

Geo. P. Woodward,?'.' Kimball Webster, d. 



TOWN CLERK AND 
TREASURER. 



Walter T. Sargent,?*. 
G. A. Woods, Jr., r. 



Chas. W. Morrill, r. 
Geo. W. Dimoud, r. 



Geo. W. Lincoln, r. 
Wm. H. Story, r. 



E, Everett Hale, r. 



Nathan B.Whitten, d. 



Henry N. Smith, r. 
Geo. M. Bradley, r. 



John C. Dutton, r. 
Richard A. Lantry,r. 



John A. Fuller, d. 
Isaac D. Merrill, d. 



James B. Merrill, r. 



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TOWNS. 



JACKSON. 

Formerly Adams. Incorporated as Jackson 
in 1829. 

JAFFREY. 

Formerly known as " Monadnock No. 2." 
Charter granted for Jaffrey in 1773. 

JEFFERSON. 

Formerly called " Dartmouth." Incorpo- 
rated as Jefferson in 1796. 

KENSINGTON. 

Incorporated in 1737 from part of Hamp- 
ton Falls. 

KINGSTON. 

Charter granted for " Kingstown " in 1694. 
Part annexed to Plaistow in 1831. 

LACONIA. 

Incorporated from part of Meredith in 
1855. 



LANCASTER. 

Charter granted in 1763; extended in 1769. 



LANDAFF. 

Charter granted in 1761. Parts have been 
annexed to Lisbon and Easton, and part of 
Lincoln annexed to it. 

LANGDON, 

Incorporated from parts of Charlestown 
and Walpole in 1787. 



SELECTMEN. 



Cyrus E. Gale, d. 
Chas. W. Gray, d. 
Frank H. Wilson, d. 

R. H. Kittredge, r. 
Julius Cutter, d. 
F. J. Lawrence, r. 

J. W. Cranshaw, d. 
J. F. Willoughby, d. 
Ira G. Noyes, r. 

LeRoy S. Sanboi'n, d. 
J. W. W. Brown, cZ. 
Amos M. Evans, d. 

Charles B. Clark, d. 
Sam'l E. Gilman, d. 
John F. Bartlett, d. 

Curtis H. Watson, d. 
J. H. Robinson, d. 
Ebenezer Hoyt, d. 



Edward Spaulding,r. 
H. S. Hillard, r. 
Jonas Powers, r. 

John B. Noyes. r. 
Moses G. Clark, d. 
Charles M. Gale, d. 



Alvin S. Cram, r. 
George H. Royce, r. 
Ira M. Russell, indH. 



TOWNS AND TOWN OFFICERS. 



151 



SUPERVISORS or CHECK- 
LISTS. 



Jos. B. Trickey, d, 
Osgood Ham, d. 
H. L. Meserve, d. 

Jesse P. Pierce, i\ 
Clifton A. Sawyer, r. 

E. R. Spanieling, r. 

N. R. Perkins, d. 
R. B. Eastman, d. 
John B. Mclntire, d. 

Vacant. 

Daniel E . Palmer, d. 

Ira E. Brown, d. 

F. W. Ingalls, d. 
F. C. Bartlett, d. 
John W. Collins, d. 

John O. Conner, d. 
Chas. W. Baldwin, r. 
Lorenzo W. Lovett, r 



SCHOOL BOARD. 



TOWN CLERK AND 
TREASURER. 



William H. Smith, d. 
Thomas Sullivan, d. 
Chas. E. Peaslee, d. 

Henry H. Noyes, d. 
M. S. Bronson, d. 
Geo. H. Clifford, d. 



Vacant. 

H. A. Holmes, d. 

Chas. A. Jefts, d. 



C. Lillian Trickey, d. 
Clara E. Meserve. 
Alice T. Wiggin. 

D. C. Chamberlin, r. 
W. W. Livingston, r. 

E. R. Spaulding, r. 

Geo. E. Hutchins, g. 
Chas. H. Bnrnham, d. 
Manasseh Perkins, d. 

S. M. Kimball, r. 
Francis Hilliard, r. 
Sarah A. Green. 

Abel Wood, r. 
Fred W. Ingalls, d, 
Clarence E. Cilley, d. 

W. L. Melcher, r. 
Chas. B. Hibbard, d. 
Chas. F. Stone, d. 
John G. Jewett, r. 
Frank H. Lougee, r. 
E. C. Hatch, T. 

William F. Smith, r. 
H. S. Hilliard, r. 
Jas. E. Mclntire, d. 

Hiram Clark, r. 
John E. Hall, r. 
Samuel A. Eaton, d. 



Clifton A. Metcalf , d. 
Mary S. Prentiss. 
Ira M. Russell, ind't. 



Jos. B. Trickey, d. 
Ira R. Harriman, d. 



F. P. Wellman, d. 
J. Minot Pierce, r. 



John A. Hicks, d. 
Manasseh Perkins, d. 



Frank A. Mace, d. 
John W. York, d. 



Fred W. Ingalls, d. 
Henry French, d. 



George B. Lane, d. 
O. W. Tebbetts, d. 



R. J. Brown, rf. 
Chas. A. Bailey, r. 



Henry H. Xoyes, d. 
Samuel A. Eaton, d. 



Henry Prentiss, r. 
Leander G. Hill, r. 



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TOWNS. 


SELECTMEN. 


LEBANON. 






Granted in 1761. Part of Enfield annexed 
in 1853. 


Fred'k L. Owen, r. 
Justus Sargent, r. 
D. W. Marston, r. 


LEE. 






Incorporated in 1766 from part of 
ham. 


Dur- 


Frank Mc Daniel, r. 
W. M. Kirkwood, r. 
Chas. G. Dame, d. 


LEMPSTER. 






Granted as Dupplin in 1753. Incorporated 
as Lempster in 1761. 


W. A. MoiTison, r. 
George H. Moore, r. 
Bela H. Gordon, r. 


LINCOLN. 






Charter granted in 1764. 




Joshua R. Elliott, d. 
George R. Pattee, d. 
Darius 0. Hanson, d. 


LISBON. 






First granted as "Concord" in 1763; as 
" Gunthwaite " in 1768 ; in 1824 the name was 
changed to Lisbon. 


John L. Foster, r. 
C. J. Jepperson, r. 
Samuel A. Beane, r. 


LITCHFIELD. 






Granted in 1749. 




Amos Saunders, d. 
Fred'k L. Center, d. 
W. E. McQuesten, d. 


LITTLETON. 






Incorporated in 1784 from part of 
thorp. 


Ap- 


Wm. M. Taylor, d. 
Chas. W. Bedell, r. 
Porter B. Watson, d. 


LIVERMOKE. 






Licorporated in 1876. 




Edward Butler, d. 
John E. McGuire, d. 
Patrick J. Martin, d. 


LONDONDERRY. 






Charter granted in 1722. Parts annexed to 
Nottingliam West and Windham in 1778. 


Washington Colby, r. 
George W. Miller, r. 
Chas. G. Pillsbury, r. 



TOWNS AND TOWN OFFICERS. 



153 



SUPERVISORS OF CHECK- 
LISTS. 



SCHOOL BOARD. 



H. P. Goodrich, r. 
George Blood, r. 
C. A. Dole, r. 



Benjamin F. Lang, d. Ben F. Davis, r. 
G. B. Thompson, d. I Mrs M. E. Bnzzell. 



John S. Freeman, r. 
Oscar W. Baldwin, r. 
M. S. Woodman, r. 



MoiTis N. Lane, d. 



Rockwell F. Craig, r. 
G. F. Youngman, r. 
H. A. Makepeace, r. 

S. M. Hanson, d. 
Frank P. Clark, d. 
Wm. E. Pollard, r. 

A. A. Woolson, r. 
Chas. H. Boynton, r. 
Almon E. Parker, r. 



Geo. C. Danforth, d. 
Fred McQuesten, d. 
John T. Ljdston, d, 

Fred Moffett, r. 
John G. Elliott, r. 
Chas. C. Smith, d. 



James Chase, r. 
Patrick Houghton, d. 
Edward Butler, d. 

Wallace P. Mack, r. 
Walter H. Reid, r. 
Charles H. Fling, r. 



Louis H. Snell, r. 



H. O. Thompson, p. 
Hiram Parker, d. 
Lucius A. Purmort, r 



TOM'X CLERK AND 
TREASURER. 



Chas. A. Downs, r. 



D. E. Plummer, d. 
Samuel W. Lane, d. 



Arthur W. Welch, r. 
Lewis B. Allen, d. 



William E. Pollard, r. S. M. Hanson, d. 
Levi E. Guernsey, r. Seth R. Elliott, d. 
George R. Pattee, d. 



Samuel Emery, d. 
D. S. Richardson, r. 
Elkanah Hildreth, d. 



Mary W. Grilfin. 
Fred'k L. Center, d. 
John Parker, r. 

Frank C. Albee, (/. 
Sherared Cla3^ d. 
F. R. Glover, r. 



Patrick J. Martin, d. 
George S. Payne, r. 



Albert P. Colby, r. 
William P. Xevins, r. 
Henry B. Copj), r. 



Wm. M. Kelsea, r. 
A. A. Woolson, r. 



Isaac IST. Center, d. 
Norris C. Griffin, d. 



Geo. E. Lovejoy, r. 
Fred E. Goodall, r. 



Geo. S. Payne, r. 
James Chase, r. 



Wm. H. Crowell, r. 
Frank A. Hardy, r. 



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TOWNS. 



LOUDON. 

Incorporated in 1773 from part of Canter- 
bury. 

LYMAN. 

Charter granted in 1761. Grant extended in 
1769. 

LYME. 

Incorporated in 1761. Grant extended in 
1770. 

LYNDEBOROUGH. 

Granted in 1764. Parts annexed to Tem- 
ple, Mont Vernon, and Milford. 



MADBURY. 

Established as a parish in Dover, 1755. 
Constituted a town in 1768. 

MADISON. 

Incorporated in 1852 from part of Eaton. 



MARLBOROUGH. 

Formerly known as "New Marlborough." 
Incorporated as Marlborough in 1776. Parts 
of Swanzey, Dublin, Troy, and Harrisville 
have been annexed. 

MARLOW. 

Incorporated in 1761. 



SELECTMEN. 



MASON. 

Charter o-ranted in 1768. 



Challis D. Carr, r. 
Frank B. Kenney, r. 
A. P. Batchelder, r. 

O. P. Titus, r. 

A. N. Shute, r. 
W. E. Aldrich, r. 

Henry H. Holt, r. 

B. T. Washburn, r. 
George S. Mayo, d. 

Chas. H. S enter, d. 
J. A. Woodward, r. 
Andy Holt, r. 



M. V. B. Felker, d. 
John C. Hanson, r. 
Wm. P. Jenkins, r. 

Josiah H. Hobbs, r. 
Frank R. Tennett, r. 
Frank W. Barrett, r. 

Luther G. Bemis, r. 
Joel F. Mason, r. 
Ivory E. Gates, r. 



Milan F. Jones, d. 
William S. Gray, d. 
Freeman Phelps, d. 

Jas. O. Reed, Jr., r. 
Nelson L. Barrett, d. 
Benj. F. March, d. 



TOWNS AND TOWN OFFICERS. 



155 



SUPERVISORS OF CHECK- 
LISTS. 



John F. Green, d. 
Fred S. Sargent, d. 
Fred A. Rogers, d. 

W. A. Gordon, d. 
Xelson Santy, d. 
H. E. Smith, d. 

Bela Sawyer, r. 
John S. Goodell, r. 
Sidney A. Converse,?'. 

Walter S. Tarbell, d. 
Frank H. Eaton, d. 
Charles Tarbell, 7\ 



Edwin L. Jenkins, r. 
Chas. L. Hnckins, r. 
George D. Nute, r. 

Mark Nickerson, r. 
George W. Gray, r. 
I. D. Churchill, r. 

Chas. L. Bemis, r. 
Leonard E. Tilden, r. 
Erwin E. Ward, r. 



Granvill H. Messer,^^. 
Ezra G. Huntley, d. 
Willie A. Dodge, d. 

M. R. Hodgman, r. 
Arthur E. Chase, r. 
Edv^an S. Simlding,/. 



SCHOOL BOARD. 



Jeremiah L. Perkins, rf. 
William W. Cate, r. 
George W. Rowell, r. 

W. W. R. Miner, r. 
Arthur N. Shute, r. 
C. Wheelock, d. 

Francis W. Baker, d. 
William H. Demick, r. 



Nat'l T. Mclntire, r. 
Mrs. Frances H. Curtis. 
Mrs. K. Swinington. 



William S. Hayes, d. 
Edwin L. Jenkins, r. 
Charles W. Hayes, d. 

L. M. Atkinson, r. 
Albino C. Allard, r. 
Jona. B. Harmon, d. 

S. H. McColloster, r. 
E. O. Woodward, r. 
Walter H. Aldrich, r. 



Lyman H. Huntley, r. 
Jonas W. Fletcher, d. 
George S. Russell, r. 

Otis Childs, r. 
Daniel Goodwin, r. 
Orren A. Hamblett, r. 



TOWN CLERK AND 
TREASURER. 



Dodd p. Wheeler, d. 
Jere. A. Clough, d. 



G. W. Foster, r 
D. C. Parker, r. 



L. D. Warren, d. 



Edgar A. Danforth,r. 
Levi P. Hadley, d. 



Edward L. Young, r. 
Charles W. Hayes, d. 



Augustus Lary, r. 
L. M. Atkinson, r. 



Fred E. Adams, d. 
Geo. G. Davis, r. 



Elbridge N. Howe,fL 
Edward A. Fox, r. 



C. B. Goodwin, r. 
Orren A. Hamblett,r. 



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TOWNS. 



MEREDITH. 



Formerly called " New Salem," but in 1768 
incorporated as Meredith. Part annexed to 
Centre Harbor in 1873. 



MERRIMACK. 



Incorporated in 1746 from part of "Old 
Dunstable." In 1750 additional territory was 



granted. 



MIDDLETON. 

Incorporated in 1778. 

MILAN. 

Formerly Paulsburgli. Incorporated as 
Milan in 1824. 

MILFORD. 

Incorporated in 1794 from part of Hollis, 
Amlierst, "Duxbury school farm" and "Mile- 
slip." 

MILTON. 

Incorporated in 1802 from part of Roches- 
ter. Part annexed to Wakefield in 1860. 

MONROE. 

Incorporated in 1854 from part of Lyman. 



MONT VERNON. 

Incorporated in 1803 from part of Amherst. 
Part of Lyndeborough annexed in 1852. 



MOULTONBOROUGH. 

Incorporated in 1777. 



SELECTMEN. 



Perry A. Ellsworth,c?. 
John W. Eastman, d. 
Edward F. Wiggin.c?. 



J. C. F. Hodgman, r. 
Wm. P. Melvin, d. 
Henry A. Harris, r. 



Benj. P. Chesley, r. 
J. F. D. Stevens, cl. 
D. B. Jones, d. 

Ralph Cole, d. 
Chas. E. Phipps, r. 
John W. Martin, d. 

Nelson H. Brown, r. 
Moses F. Foster, d. 
A. W. Howison, r. 



Charles C. Hayes, r. 
Charles Hayes, r. 
Charles A. Jones, r. 

C. B. Paddleford, r. 
Oscar Frazer, r. 
Henry G. Jones, r. 

William F. Hadley,<^. 
Jos. G. Carlton, r. 
W. P. Woods, d. 



James C. Pitman, r. 
Geo. H. Bragg, r. 
S. C. Kelley, r. 



TOWNS AND TOWN OFFICERS. 



157 



SUPERVISORS OF CHECK- 
LISTS. 



Ebenezer T. Blake, d. 
Joliii S. Dolloff, d. 
David H. Clark, d. 



George W. Darrah, r. 
William M. West, r. 
H. E. Herrick, r. 



John S. Pike, d. 
Edgar IST. Stevens, d. 
Hiram S. Stevens, d. 

James S. Phipps, r. 
Samuel S. Furbish, r. 
Fred H. Blanchard,r, 

Geo. A. Mclntire, r. 
Chas. S. Emerson, r. 
Edwin C. Burdick, r. 



George I. Jordan, r. 
Elbridge W. Fox, r. 
George D. Kenney, r. 

Isaac S. Moore, r. 
James M. Bedell, r. 
John P. Moore, r. 

George C. Hadley, d. 
C. H. Trow, d. 
John Hazen, d. 



Leander Bryant, r. 
George F. Brown, r. 
A. J. Goodwin, r. 



SCHOOL BOARD. 



John Webster, d. 
Mrs. MaryE. Plarmon 
Harry L. Brown, d. 



Hortensia IMcMillan . 
Edwin M. Parker, r. 
Henry A. Harris, r. 



John H. Young, d. 
D. E. D. Frost, d. 
Frank Shapleigh, r. 

L. A. Hutchinson, r. 
James D. Le Gro, r. 
W. D. Williamson, r. 

A. W. Smith, M.D.,r. 
Rebecca F. Doane. 
Arthur W. Howison, r. 



B. B. Plummer, r. 
Charles D. Jones, r. 
Wm. E. Pillsbury, r.' 

Edwin C. Langford, d. 
Mrs. Charles Butfum. 
Isaiah F. Page, d. 

Wm. H. Kendall, d. 
Ann C. Campbell. 

C. J. Smith, d. 



James E. French, r. 
Joseph G. Abbott, r. 
James R. Caverly, r. 



TOWN CLERK AND 
TREASURER. 



Ira C. Boynton, d, 
Thaddeus S.Moses, d. 



William M. West, r. 
Matt. P. Nichols, r. 



Frank Shapleigh, r. 
Havilah Chesley, r. 



James S. Phipps, r. 
Samuel A. Collins, v. 



James M. Laws, r. 
Fred. T. Sawyer, r. 



Charles D. Jones, r. 
Ira Miller, r. 



Edward Emery, r. 



John M. Fox, d. 
Clark Campbell, d. 



Hamlin Huntress, r. 
James E. French, r. 



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TOWNS. 


SELECTMEN. 


NELSON. 










Granted as Packersfield in 1774 
to Nelson in 1814. 


Changed 


James E. Ruffle, r. 
Henry D. Taylor, r. 
Chas. A. Tarbox, r. 


NEW BOSTON. 










Incorporated in 1763. 








T. E. Cochran, r. 
C. S. Colburn, r. 
E. A. Edwards, r. 


NEWBURY. 










Formerly Fishersfield. Incori^orated 
Newbury in 1837. 


as 


Ezra Cilley, d. 
J. D. Folsam, d. 
H. B. Cheney, d. 


NEWCASTLE. 










Incorporated May 20, 1698. 








Thaddeus Tarlton, d 
Wm. T. Meloon, r. 
Moses R. Curtis, r. 


NEW DURHAM. 










Incorporated in 1762. 








Dana P. Jones, d. 
Eben E. Berry, d, 
E. K. Roberts, r. 


NEW HAMPTON. 










Incorporated in 1777 from what was 
*' Moultonborough Addition." 


called 


Sam'l A. Howard, r, 
Chas. H. Gordon, r. 
Jos. C. Tilton, d. 


NEWINGTON. 










Incorporated in 1764. 








Fred. Pickering, i. 
J. S. Pickering, r. 
J. B. Pickering, Jr.,i 


NEW IPSWaCH. 










Charter granted for Ipswich in 
1766, for New Ipswich. 


1762; 


in 


F. W. Prichard, r. 
C. L. Robbins, d. 
W. T. Bucknam, r. 


NEW LONDON. 










Incorporated in 1779 from part 
andria. 


of 


Alex- 


Chas. W. Gay, r. 
Edwin F. Messer, r. 
Edward A. Todd, r. 



TOWNS AND TOWN OFFICERS. 



159 



SUPERVISORS OF CHECK- 
LISTS. 



James H. Scott, r. 
T. AV. Barker, r. 
Fred A. Scott, r. 



Geo. E. RolDbins, r. 
H. H. J. Read, r. 
Ira M. Buxton, r. 

C B. Chenej% d. 
Samuel K. Pike, d. 
L. J. Peaslee, d. 

S. C. Flanders, d. 
W. I. HajAYood, d. 
Hemy Becker, Jr., d. 

A. G. Cobm'n, d. 
Geo. L. Hayes, d. 
Chas. E. Hayes, d. 

David H. Smith, r. 
Alvah K. Bugbee, r. 
Luther B. Swain, 7\ 

T. F. Pickering, d. 
Alfred L. Brooks, d. 
W. A. Brown, d. 

Jos. A. Wheeler, r. 
Chas. L. Tarbell, d. 
Emerson Howe, r. 



Daniel E. Colby, r. 
A. C. Burf)ee, r. 
Jos. M. Clough, 7\ 



SCHOOL BOARD. 



Geo. "\Y. Osgood, 7\ 
E. J. Tolman, r. 
Heniy D. Taylor, r. 



George C. Warren, d. 
H. M. Christie, d. 
Charles H. Shedd. 



Silas W. Dana, d. 
R. T. Muzzey, d. 
C. B. Cheney, d. 

O. V. Randall, r. 
C. H. White, r. 

B. F. Curtis, r. 

Penuel C. Ham, r. 
ZanelloD. Berrv, d. 
H. G. Chamberlain, d. 

R. C. Rollins, d. 
Mrs. R. R. Blake. 
Rev. J. W. Scribner,2), 

C. M. de Rocliemont, d. 
Joseph Stopford, d. 



Chas. A, Preston, r. 
Fred'k W. Jones, r. 
Amos F. Shattuck, r. 

Edwin A. Jones. 



TOWN CLERK AND 
TREASURER. 



Frank K. Jewett, ?\ 
Frederick Taylor, d. 



Edmund P. Fox, r. 
Rodne}" McLane, r. 



Sprague A. Morse, d. 



Howard M. Curtis, r 



Leslie W. Ricker, d. 
George F. Jones, d. 



Frank P. Morrill, r. 
Charles D. Thyng, r. 



Herbert B. Dow, ?-. 
Charles A. Dame, r. 



J. E.F.Marsh, Jr.,r. 
F. W. Preston, r. 



George Woodward, r. 
Daniel E. Colly, r. 



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TOWNS. 



NEWMARKET. 



Constituted " a parish in Exeter "in 1727. 
Granted full town privileges in 1737. Part 
of Durham annexed in 1870. 



NEWPORT. 

Charter granted in 1761 ; extended in 1769. 



NEWTON. 

Charter granted in 1749 for Newtown. 
1816 changed to Newton. 



In 



NORTHFIELD. 

Incorporated in 1780 from part of Canter- 
bury. 

NORTH HAMPTON. 

Incorporated from part of Hampton in 
1742. 

NORTHUMBERLAND . 

Incorporated in 1779. 

NORTH WOOD. 

Incorporated in 1773 from part of Notting- 
ham. 

NOTTINGHAM. 

Charter granted 1722. 

ORANGE. 

Incorporated in 1790 from Cardigan. In 
1804, part of Orange annexed to Hebron, and 
part of Hebron to Orange. In 1820 part an- 
nexed to Alexandria. 



SELECTMEN. 



H. G. Burley, d. 
Chas. H. Smart, d. 
Oliver J. Drew, d. 



R. E. Bartlett, r. 
R. B. Willard, r. 
John H. Glynn, r. 

Almon F. Drake, d. 
Benj. F. Austin, d. 
Dan'l D. Pierce, r. 

Lowell W. French, r. 
O. G. Morrison, r. 
C. W. Whicher, d. 

Otis S. Brown, d. 
G. W. Knowles, d. 
Jas. W. Barton, d. 

R. C. Chessman, d. 
C. H. Hatch, d. 
F. G. McKellips, r. 

C. H. Sherman, r. 
Peasley B. Dow, r. 
E. G. Boody, r. 

J. F. Knowlton, r. 
C. H. Williams, r. 
B. W. Crawford, r. 

Charles H. Ford, r. 
John H. French, d. 
John W. Hoyt, d. 



TOWNS AND TOWN OFFICERS. 



161 



SUPERVISORS OF CHECK- 
LISTS. 



Lafayette Hall, d. 
Benj. F. Haley, d. 
Xeally Morgan, d. 



Benj. R. Allen, r. 
John B. Cooper, r. 
Geo. W. Nourse, r. 

John L. Bartlett, d. 
Enoch Seavey, d. 
Thomas J. Currier, d. 



OtisC.Wyatt, r. 
Frank W. Shaw, r. 
Frank J. French, r. 

John S. Hobbs, d. 
Chas. C. Barton, d. 
George D. Brown, d. 

N. B. Perkins, r. 
R. St. J. Howe, r. 
D. S. Moore, r. 

Vacant. 

Horace K. Emery, r. 

James C. Locke, r, 

Loren S. Fernald, r. 
Butler N. Glover, r. 
W. G. Jenness, r. 

Dexter Whittier, d. 
Edgar I. Lowell, d. 
Willie D. Folsom, d. 



SCHOOL BOARD. 



Irving T. George, r. 
William T. Folsom, d. 
Charles E. Tasker, d. 



William H. Perry, r. 
Rotheus E. Bartlett, r. 
George W. Hurd, r. 



Rufus N. Elwell, r. 
J. F. Axtel, M. D., r. 
Clarence Day, r. 



Dr. E. W. White, r. 
Arthur Dodge, r. 
Ford Sanborn, d. 

George L. Garland, r. 
Geo. A. Boynton, r. 
Francis R. Drake, r. 

A. H. Frizzell, r. 

J. H. Curtis, d. 

J, D. Cummings, d. 

Edward L. Blaine, r. 
Henry A. Cilley, d. 
Joseph S. Trickey, r. 

Rufus E. Tuttle, r. 
E. Frank Gerrish, r. 
George E. Smith, r. 

Walter H. Ford, r. 
Clark O. Braley, d. 
Charles H. Ford, r. 



TOWN CLERK AND 
TREASURER. 



John L. Bennett, c?. 
A. T. Stackpole, d. 



E. C. Hitchcock, v. 
P. A. Johnson, r. 



George B. Merrill, d. 
HerveyN. Gould, d. 



Robert I. Stevens, r. 
Albert C. Lord, p. 



Jonathan Rollins, d. 



H. E. Bellows, r 
N. B. Perkins, r. 



A. B. Moore, r 



S. A. Watson, r. 
H. Marsh, r. 



Edgar I. Lowell, d. 
John Fernald, d. 



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TOWNS. 



ORFORD. 

Charter granted in 1761 ; extended in 1772. 
Part annexed to Wentworth in 1837. 



OSSIPEE. 

IncoriDorated in 1785 from Ossipee Gore. 
Part annexed to Tarn worth in 1836, and part 
of Tamworth annexed in 1839. 

PELHAM. 

Incorporated in 1746 from Old Dunstable 
and Dracnt, Mass. 

PEMBROKE. 

Incorporated in 1759 from part of Bow, 
Smicook, and a place called "Buckstreet." 
Part of Bow annexed in 1804. 

PETERBOROUGH. 

Granted in 1760 as Petersborough. Begrant- 
ed as Peterborough in 1762. Part annexed 
to Temple in 1789. 

PIERMONT. 

Charter granted in 1764. 



SELECTMEN. 



PITTSBURG. 



Formerly called "Indian Stream." 
porated as Pittsbm'g in 1840. 



Incor- 



PITTSFIELD. 

Incorporated in 1782 from part of Chi- 
chester. 



PLAINFIELD. 

Charter granted in 1761. Part of Gran- 
tham annexed in 1856. 



James E. Foote, d. 
Walter S. Horton, r. 
Horatio K. Libb}", r. 



John C. Ames, d. 
Martin V. Bicker, r 
O. P. Hobbs, d. 



B. B. Hillman, r. 

C. H. Wyman, r . 

D. M. Webster, r. 



Isaac G. Buss, d. 
James Dodge, d. 
Victor Gilbert, d. 



C. H. Brooks, r. 
J. G. Morrill, r. 
Ervin H. Smith, r. 

H. H. Palmer, r. 
Lyman M. Bobie, d. 
G. H. Beneau, ?-. 

A. P. W^atts, d. 
J. W. Baldwin, d. 

D. S. Keyser, d. 

P. S. Elliott, d, 
A. H. Young, r. 
F. W. Blake, d. 

E.J. Westgate, r. 
J. W. Peterson, r. 
Stephen Hersey, r. 



TOWNS AND TOWN OFFICERS. 



163 



SUPERVISORS OF CHECK- 
LISTS. 



S. R. Morrison, d. 
Chas. H. Riley, r. 
E. C. Franklin, r. 



Geo. P. Wiggin, d. 
B. H. Mooney, d. 
J. G. White, p. 



John Woodbury, d. 
D. ]Sr. Atwood, d. 
G. H. Currier, d. 

Rufus H. Paine, r. 
Levi L. Aldrich, r. 
Thomas R. Holt, r. 



E. W. Mcintosh, r. 
Geo. W. Farrar, r. 
Vacant. 



H. S. Muchmore, r. 
E. D. Braynard, r. 
William B. Deal, r. 



John W. Straw, d. 
James M. Keach, r. 
Calvin Danforth, d. 



W. W. Walker, d. 
Walter E. Joy, d. 
John G. L. Smith, d. 



Henry C. Farnum, r. 
W. P. Thrasher, d. 
A. F. Spaulding, r. 



SCHOOL BOARD. 



Thos. T. Savage, r. 
Chas. F. Porter, r. 
Walter R. Barnes, r. 



Mark Stevens, d. 
Aldo M. Rumery, d. 
William H. Lord, p. 



Charles W. Hobbs, d. 
George H. Currier, d. 
Augustus Berry, r. 

Charles P. Morse, r. 
Frank W. Stevens, d. 
George W. Fowler, d. 

H. M. Greenwood, r. 
John H. Cutler, r. 
John Q. Adams, r. 

Amos B, Rodimon, d. 
Lewis E. Risley, d. 
W. A. C. Converse, r. 

O. M. Johnson, r. 
Charles S. Holmes. 

E. H. Danforth, d. 

James Griffin, r. 

F. E. Randall, d. 
Edgar L. Carr, p. 

W. P. Thrasher, d. 
Josiah Davis, r. 
CD. Colby, d. 



TOWN CLERK AND 
TREASURER. 



G. W. Lamprey, r. 
Isaac Willard, r. 



Geo. L. Young, d. 
Aldo M. Rumery, d. 



D. P. Atwood, r. 
Enoch M. Marsh, r. 



J. F. Robinson, d. 



John H. Steele, r. 
Eben W. Jones, r. 



J. H. Howe, r. 
B. C. Metcalf, r. 



Edwin S. Keach, r. 
J. W. Baldwin, d. 



Frank D. Osgood, d. 
George F. Berry, r. 



D. C. Westgate, r. 



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TOWNS. 



PLAISTOW. 

Incorporated in 1749 from part of " Haver- 
hill District." Part of Kingston annexed in 
1831. 

PLYMOUTH. 

Charter granted in 1763. Parts of Hebron, 
Rumney, and Campton annexed in 1793, 1845, 
and 1860. 

RANDOLPH. 

Incorporated in 1824 from "Dm'and." 



RAYMOND. 

Incorporated in 1764 from part of Chester. 



RICHMOND. 

Charter granted in 1752; extended in 1760. 
Part annexed to Winchester in 1850. 



RINDGE. 

Formerly known as "Rowley-Canada" 
and "Monadnock No. 1." Incorporated as 
Rindge in 1768. 

ROCHESTER. 

Incorporated in 1722. Part annexed tc) Bar- 
rington in 1846, 



ROLLINSFORD. 

Incorj)orated in 1849 from Somersworth, 
from which an addition was made in 1858. 
Part annexed to Dover in 1879. 

ROXBURY. 

Incorporated in 1812 from parts of Packers- 
ville, Marlborough, and Keene. 



SELECTMEN. 



B. G. Flanders, r. 
F. X. Flanders, d. 
D. M. Peaslee, d. 

A. J. McClure, d. 

C. W. George, r. 
H. W. Rogers, d. 

H. H. Hunt, r. 
John W. Buzzell, d. 
George F. Scates, d. 

James M. Healey, d. 
Mark Scribner, d. 
J. T. Dudley, d. 

Almon Twitchell, d. 

C. W. Conway, r. 
A. H, Martin, d. 

R. D. Converse, r. 
H. W. Wellington, d. 
George G. Riel, r. 

H. M. Kelley, r. 
George L. Hayes, r. 

D. F. Jenness, d. 



Geo. A. Stiles, r. 
T. F. Hodsdon, r. 
F. T. Brown, r. 



C.W. Buckminster, r. 
E. Kingsbury, r. 
H. H Bridge, d. 



TOWNS AND TOWN OFFICERS. 



165 



SUPERVISORS OF CHECK- 
LISTS. 




W. H. Flanders, r. 
AV. K. Seaver, r. 
Arthur E. Hoyt, r. 

D. B. Keniston, d. 
.Edwin S. Weeks, d. 
Geo. H. Colby, d. 

I. R. Leighton, d. 
L. M. Watson, d. 
Benjamin Merrill, d. 



Geo. E. Greeley, d. 
Enoch F. Gilman, d. 
George E. Fellows, d~ 



Asa H. Bullock, d. 
C. F. Pickering, r. 
Sidney B. Bowen, r. 

Elijah Bemis, r. 
Joshua C. ToAvne, r. 
H. D. Wellington, r. 

William Blake, d. 
Richard Cross, d, 
Riley Parker. 



Edwin A. Stevens, r. 
E. C. Goodwin, r. 
Andrew Rollins, r. 



Brigham Nims, r. 
Jedediah R. Holt, r. 
Frank E. Davis, r. 



Annie L. Dow, r. 
D. M. Peaslee, d. 
John H. Pollard, r. 

Alvin Burleigh, r. 
Robert Burns, d. 
J. A. Penniman, r. 

Francis C. Wood, d. 
George F. Scates, d. 
Arthur A. Hunt. 



Dana C. Healey, d. 
Eben S. Griffin, d. 
John T. Bartlett, d. 

E. P. Merrifield, r. 
Mary E. Barden, r. 
Chas. W. Conway, r. 

Charles F. Platts, r. 
George G. Riel, r. 
Jason S. Perry, r. 

Horatio L. Gate, d. 
Chas. AY. Brown, r. 
E. M. Sinclair, r. 
H. M. Kimball, r. 
Philander Varney, d. 

Amos W. Pike, r. 
W. R. Garvin, d. 
Joseph D. Roberts, d. 

Elbridge Kingsbury, r. 
C, W. Buckminster, r. 
William Phillips, d. 



TOWN CLERK AND 
TREASURER. 



James M. Davis, r. 
Harrv R. Seaver, r. 



D. P. Donovan, d. 
Hiram Clark, d. 



Francis C. Wood, d. 
Ithiel Scates, d. 



Dana C. Healey, d. 
Olney T. Brown, d. 



J. C. Bryant, r. 

J. E. Norwood, ind^t 



W. W. Emory, r. 



Fred L. Chesley, r. 
Geo. D. Xowell, r. 



W. H. Morton, r. 



E. Kingsbury, r. 
Brigham Nims, r. 



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TOWNS. 


SELECTMEN. 


RUMNEY. 


« 


Granted in 1761 ; regranted in 1767. 


Henry W. Herbert,*^. 
Byron M. Craig, d. 
Joshua A. Colburn,c?. 


RYE. 




Formerly called " Sandy Beach." Incorpo- 
orated in 1726 from Newcastle. 


John 0. Drake, d. 
J. Arthur Brown, d. 
Chas. M. Remick, d. 


SALEM. 




Charter granted in 1750. 


Chas. S. Woodbury, c^. 
L. B. McLaughlin, d. 
Daniel Merrill, d. 


/ SALISBURY. 




Formerly known as " Stevens Town." In- 
corporated in 1768. 


Michael Lorden, r. 
Buron W. Sanborn, d. 
Lewis A. Hawkins, r. 


SANBORNTON. 




Charter granted in 1770. 


Edwin W. Lane, r. 
Lowell I. Hanson, r. 
Charles W. Wells, r. 


SANDOWN. 




Originally part of Kingston. Incorporated 
in 1756. 


James F. Sargent, d. 
Chas. W. Good win, cZ. 
James E. Hoyt, d. 


SANDWICH. 




Charter granted in 1763. Additional terri- 
tory granted in 1764. Part of Waterville an- 
nexed in 1864. 


A. S. A. Gilman, r. 
Chas. R. Fellows, r. 
H. H. Quimby, r. 


SEABROOK. 




Incorporated in 1768 from part of Hampton 
Falls. 


William H.AValton,r. 
Clinton J . Eaton, /■. 
J. M. S. Tucker, r. 


SHARON. 




Incorporated from Peterborough Slip, etc., 
in 1791. 


John A. Hadley, d. 
P. D. Fitzgerald, d. 
Jonathan Coburn, d. 



TOWNS AND TOWN OFFICERS. 



167 



SUPERVISORS OF CHECK- 
LISTS. 



John T. Merrill, d. 
Henry I. Barnard, d. 
Geo. D. Keniston, d. 

Chas. A. Walker, d. 
Richard P. Goss, d. 
Sylvaniis W. Foss, d. 

David S. Emery, d. 
Geo. W. Palmer, d. 
John H. T. Dunlap,cZ. 

Pliny A. Fellows, d. 
George H.Pressey, d. 
Benj. Petteugill, d. 



Orrin D. Huse, r. 
Horace P. Swain, r. 
David Shaw, r. 



Benning Sanborn, d. 
Horace T, Grover, d. 
John D. Kelley, d. 

A. Birnay Tasker, r. 
Joshua E. Beede, j\ 
L. C. Ambrose, r. 

David E. Randall, d. 
Josiah Eaton, d. 
Cyrus Walton, d. 

George Hoar, ?'. 
James F. Dillon, <r^. 
Charles N.Wilson, r. 




TOWN CLERK AND 
TREASURER. 



Charles A. Chase, d. Chas. E. Bunker, d. 
Edward Simpson, d. \ Chas. A. Chase, d. 
William Fitz, r. 



Thomas W. Rand, r. Blake H. Rand, ?•. 



John D. Marston, r. 
Gilman H. Jenness, d. 

Matthew H. Taylor, r. 
Henry H. Colburn, p. 
J. E. Richardson, d. 

Leander N. Sa^vyer, r. 
George P. Titcomb, d. 
Charles C. Rogers, d. 



Chas. D. Garland, d. 



Edward D.Barstow,cZ. 
Ruel F. Wheeler, d. 



Andrew H.Parsons,r. 
Frank H. Dunlap, d. 



Elisha H. Wright, r. George B. Lane, /-, 
Joseph X. Sanborn, d. Joshua Lane, r. 
Otis S. Sanborn, ?•. 



Alden E. Pillsbury, d. 
Charles H. Smith, r. 
John G. Goodwin, d. 



Mary M. Beede. 
Charles B. Hoyt, r 
John B. Hoag. 



William A. Rand, r. 
William H. Walton, r. 



B. H. Sanders, r. 
Martha U. Green. 
Charles N. Wilson, r. 



Amos S. Clark, d. 
Alva S. Sanborn, d. 



Elmer B. Hart, d. 
Wm. G. Gannett, p. 



Emery X. Eaton, d. 
Robert Collins, ?*. 



B. H. Sanders, ?•. 



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TOWNS. 



SHELBURNE. 

Granted in 1769 ; additional grant in 1770. 
Incorporated in 1820. 

SOMEESWORTH. 

Incor23orated in 1754 from part of Dover. 

SOUTH HAMPTON. 

Incorporated in 1742. Part of East Kings- 
ton annexed in 1824. 

SOUTH NEWMARKET. 

Incorporated in 1849 from Newmarket, to 
whicli addition was made in 1852, and from 
which part was taken in 1871. 

SPRINGFIELD. 

Formerly called " Protectworth." Incor- 
jDorated in 1794. Heath's Gore annexed in 
1817. 

STARK. 

Formerly called "Percy"." Name changed 
to Stark in 1832. AVinslow's Location annex- 
ed in 18.')2, and parts annexed to Lancaster, 
Northumberland, and Dummer. 

STEWARTSTOWN, 

Granted, 1770; incorporated, 1799. 



STODDARD. 

Formerly known as " Monadnock No. 7." 
Incorporated in 1774. Part annexed to Nel- 
son in 1835. 

STRAFFORD. 

Incorporated in 1820 from part of Barring- 
ton. 



SELECTMEN. 



Ansel C. Evans, r. 
Horace G. Green, r. 
W. W.Wheeler, r. 

Chas. F. Blake, d. 
N.Wimpfheimer, cl. 
Michael Wallace, d. 

Jos. J.J. Sawyer, d. 
Geo. M. Buxton, r. 
Roscoe H. Morrill, r. 

.John E. SimjDSon, r. 
Wm. H. Conner, r. 
George W. Paul, r. 



Chas. McDaniel, d. 
Albert Morrill,?'. 
Jona. Sanborn, r. 

Seth Cole, d. 
Norris E. Hinds, r. 
Richard Cole, d. 



Byron Drew, d. 
T. H. Van Dvke, r. 
J. Y. Keazar, d. 

J. F. Whittemore, d. 
F. S. Reed, r. 
B. H. Griffiths, r. 



Charles F. Foss, d. 
James W. Tuttle, r. 
John S. Brock, r. 



TOWNS AND TOWN OFFICERS. 



169 



SUPERVISORS OF CHECK- 
LISTS. 




Chas. C. Hebbarcl, r. 
Hemy E. Ingalls, r. 
John B. Head, i\ 

Frank P. Libbey, r. 
Geo. E. Beacliam, r. 
Edwin A. Parrott, r. 

Sam. T. Woodman, r. 
E. J. Randall, r. 
Phillips White, r. 

Jeriy Malchy, r. 
Jeremiah Towle, r. 
Nathan G. Howard, r. 



J. C. Nichols, d. 
L. S. Morrill, r. 
A. B. Woodward, r 



Joseph A. Pike, d. 
Alex. G. McXiel, r. 
Andrew Jackson, d. 



George W. Allen, d. 
Andrew J. Jordan, d, 
E. W. Cummings, d. 

J. D. Cutter, d. 
W. A. Hobbs, d. 
C. B. McClm-e, d. 



Albion C. Jewett, d. 
James Simpson, r. 
John B. Head, r. 

Charles F. Blake, d. 
Isaac Chandler, r. 
Nathan Wentvvorth, r. 

Jacob Eaton, r. 
Alfred S. Jewell, d. 
Rev. W. K. Davey. 

A. W. Richards, d. 
Austin J. Neale, r. 
James H. Fitts, r. 



P. T. Smith, r. 
W. C. Philbrick, r. 
Albert Morrill, r. 



Wm. T. Pike, d. 
Mrs. Mary A. Cole, d. 
Richard R. Cole, d. 



L. Farnham, d. 
Hiram D. Flanders, d. 
J. C. Poore, d. 

C. B. McClure, d. 
W. W. Robb, d. 
E. B. Dodge, r. 



Obediah M. Foss, d. Henry L. Ambler, r. 
Charles F. Garland, r.\ Chas. H. Twombly, d. 
Dana R. Berry, r. Jacob S. Neal, r. 



TOWX CLERK AND 
TREASURER. 



Horace G. Green, r 
Loren B. Evans, r. 



Arthur J. Seaver. 
Frank N. Chase, d. 



P. P. Whitehouse, r. 
Frank M. Jewell, r. 



H. Jenness Paul, r. 
George W. Pollard,?'. 



M. M. Wiggins, r. 
D. P. Goodhue, d. 



Levi F. Hervey, r. 
Nehemiah Cole, d. 



George W. Allen, d. 
L. O. Shurtleff, d. 



J. F. Whittemore, d. 
J. M. Rice, r. 



Albert F. Mason, r. 
Daniel Huckins, r. 



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TOWNS. 



STRATFORD. 

Granted in 1773. Incorporated in 1779. 
Part annexed to Percy in 1832. 

STRATH AM. 

Incorporated 1716. Part annexed to Green- 
land in 1805 and 1847. 

SULLIVAN. 

Incorporated in 1787 from parts of Stod- 
dard, Gilsum, Keene, and Packersfield. Part 
annexed to Gilsum. 

SUNAPEE. 

Formerly Wendell. Name was changed 
to Sunapee in 1850. 

SURRY. 

Incorporated in 1769 from parts of Gilsum 
and Westmoreland. 



SUTTON. 

Formerly called "Perry's Town." Incor- 
porated in 1784. 



SWANZEY. 

Incorporated in 1753. Parts annexed to 
Marlborough in 1793 and 1842 ; to Keene in 
1812. 

T AM WORTH. 

Charter granted in 1766. Line with Ossipee 
changed in 1836 and 1859. Part of Albany 
annexed in 1857. 

TEMPLE. 

Formerly known as " Peterborough Slip." 
Incorporated in 1768. Part of Peterborough 
annexed in 1789 and Lyndeborough in 1796. 



SELECTMEN. 



John C. Hutchins, r. 
Fred A. Hinman, r. 
Michael Dowd, d. 

James W. Rollins, r. 
George E. Gowen, r. 
Georo-e W. Dixon, d. 



Lyman Davis, r. 
C. W. Hubbard, r. 
H. W. Hubbard, ?' 



John M. Cooper, d. 
Lewis H. Goss, r. 
Chas. L. Russell, r. 



Geo. K. Harvev, r, 
F. E. Nesmith, r. 
L. M. Carpenter, d. 



G. C. Pillsbury, d. 
John S. Andrew, r. 
George Robertson, r. 



F. S. Faulkner, d, 
Jos. L. Starkey, d. 
Norris C. Carter, r. 

Lowell Ham, d. 
F. C. Remick, r. 
A. E. Wiggin, r. 



H. O. Hadley, d. 
E. G. Young, r. 
L. W. Felt, r. 



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171 



SUPERVISORS OF CHECK- 
LISTS. 



B. B. Ockington, d. 
James Twohey, d. 
P. P. Mason, d. 

C. J. Brewster, d. 
Asa J. Chapman, d. 
Albert A. Haven, d. 

Asahel N. Holt, d. 
Henry Davis, r. 
Jos. N. Nims, r. 



C. A. Knowlton, d. 
Charles C. Morey, d. 
Ira S. Hurd, d. 



Charles H. Blake, r. 
Myron H. Porter, r. 
L. J. Carpenter, r. 



John Pressey, d. 
Howard Johnson, d. 
Geo. Chadwick, d. 



Josiah Parsons, d. 
r. H. Dickerman, d. 
A. A. Woodward, d. 

Ambrose Sanger, r. 
Horace Page, r. 
Albert Pollard, r. 

0. J. Fisk, d. 
N. H. Sheldon, d. 
H. C. Hadley, d. 



SCHOOL BOARD. 



John C. Pattee, d. 
Charles D, Piatt, r. 
Jos. T. Connary, r. 

James W. Rollins, r. 
Charles W. Scott, r. 
W. F. Sanderson, r. 

Almon P. Tyler, r. 
Leslie H. Goodnow, r 
Mrs. R. S. Rugg. 



Edwin C. Fisher, r. 
ErastusR. Boyce, r. 
Daniel C. Eastman, r. 



Cyrus Kingsbm'y, r. 
George B. Britton, d. 
George M. Reed, d. 



Charles A. Fowler, p. 
John Pressey, d. 
Selim N. Welch, d. 



George I. Cutler, d. 
Alonzo A. Ware, r. 
Benjamin Read, r. 

H. T. Hodgkins, d. 
Thomas B. Mason, r. 
Alonzo Nickerson, d. 



D. C. Bragdon, r. 

Vacant. 

L. W. Felt, r. 



TOWN CLERK AND 
TREASURER. 



William G. Fuller, r. 
W. R. Danforth, r. 



George H. Odell, r. 



Geo. Kingsbury, d. 
L. H. Goodnow, r. 



Nathan P. Baker, r. 
Geo. H. Bartlett, r. 



La. J. Carpenter, r. 
William H. Porter, r. 



Daniel L. Powers,?* , 
Chas. S. Watson, d. 



George I. Cutler, d. 
G. E. Whitcomb, d. 



Orrin S. Kimball, d. 
John D. Hidden, r. 



W. E. Hay ward, d. 
C. E. Rockwood, r. 



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TOWNS. 



THORNTON. 

Granted in 1768. Incorporated in 1781. 
Blanchard's Gore annexed in 1807, and Water- 
ville Gore in 1842. Part annexed to Campton 
in 1867. 

TILTON. 

Constituted in 1869 from jDart of Sanborn- 
ton, the line with which was changed in 1870 
and 1872. 

TROY. 

Incorporated in 1815 from jjarts of Mar- 
low, Fitzwilliam, Swanzey, and Richmond. 
Part annexed to Marlborongh in 1870. 

TUFTONBOROUGH . 

IncorjDorated in 1795. Part annexed to 
Wolfeborough m 1858. 

UNITY. 

Charter granted in 1764. Parts annexed to 
Charlestown in 1810, to Claremont in 1828, 
and Goshen in 1837. 

WAKEFIELD. 

Formerly known as "East Town." Incor- 
porated in 1774. Part annexed to Effingham 
in 1820, and part of Milton annexed in 1858. 

WALPOLE. 

Charter granted in 1752; extended in 1761. 



WARNER. 

Formerly called "New Amesbury." In- 
corporated in 1774. Kearsarge Gore annexed 
in 1618, and part of Salisbury in 1866. 

WARREN. 

Charter granted in 1763 ; extended in 1770. 



SELECTMEN. 



F. A. Barnard, d. 
B. F. Hanaford, d. 
Ezra C. Broad, d. 



G. W. Lord, d. 
L. V. Powers, d. 
C. M. Taylor, d. 

E. F. Adams, d. 
G. N. Parmenter, r. 
John H. Congdon, r. 



George W. Copp, d. 
H. F. Hodgdon, d. 
E. D. AViggin, d. 

Philip E. Ham, d. 
L. A. Smith, p. 
Frank Wright, d. 



Albert F. Wood, d. 
Fred B. Shorey, d. 
E. E. Brown, d. 



J. W. Prentiss, d. 
Hiram Watkins, d. 
J. J. Fitzgerald, d. 

John F. Jewell, r. 
S. C. Pattee, d. 
Henry C. Davis, r. 



Jas. M. Bixby, d. 
Henry A. Little, r. 
H. A. Whitcher, d. 



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173 



SUPERVISORS OF CHECK- 
LISTS. 



John S. Bagley, d. 
Charles H. Weeks, r. 
Thos. C. Cilley, d. 



F. T. Sanborn, d. 

F. R. Bucklin, d, 

G. E. Dow, d. 

Edwin Buttrick, r. 
H. M. Whittemore, r 
Frank S. Harris, d. 



Geo. E. Dearborn, d. 
Georo-e O. Bean, d. 
Isaac N. Neal, d. 

Frank Gilman, d. 
William D. Cram, d. 
Granville Morgan, r. 



J. H. Cloutman, d. 
Gilman P. Do re, d. 
J. W. Mathews, d. 



John C. Brown, d. 
Bernard J. Riley, d. 
H. J. Watkins, d. 

W. M. Flanders, r. 
L. E. Davis, r. 
T. M. Richards, r. 



Joseph M. Little, d. 
Samuel E. Swain, d. 
A. F. Bartlett, r. 



SCHOOL BOARD. 



TOWN CLERK AND 
TREASURER. 



Frank L. Houston, d. 
W. C. Tewksbury, d. 
John W. Pattee, d. 



E. W. White, r. 
A. M. Dodge, r. 

F. T. Sanborn, d. 

Rev. J. Merrill, r. 
Franklin Ripley, r. 
Clias. W. Brown, r. 



James A. Bennett, d. 
J. Makenzie Haley, r. 
H. F. Hodgdon, d. 

Wallace W. Hall, r. 
Emerson Quimby, r. 



George H. Gage, d. 
Ella E. Moulton. 
Chas. F. Roberts, d. 



Bolivar Lovell, r. 
Lucius Wellington, r. 
James H. Heald, r. 

E. C. Cole, r. 

F. M. Colby, r. 
J. M. Rix, r. 



David Hibbard, r. 
Horace D. Abbott, r. 
Jeremiah S. Jewett, r. 



F. W. Downing, d. 
Geo. AV. Fifield, r. 



L. S. Atkinson, d. 
E. G. Philbrick, d. 



Melvin T. Stone, r. 
Asa C. Dort, r. 



Jas. A. Bennett, d. 
James H. Neal, d. 



B. F. French, d. 
Selim Sleeper, d. 



George S. Dorr, d. 
George A. Yeaton, d. 



A. P. Richardson, d. 
T. B. Buffum, d. 



S. W. Davis, r. 
A. P. Davis, r. 



H. A. Whitcher, d. 
Ira Merrill, d. 



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TOWNS. 



WASHINGTON. 

Formerly called " Camden ." Incorporated 
as Washington in 1776. 

WATERVILLE. 

Incorporated in 1829. 

WEARE. 

Charter granted in 1764. 

AVEBSTER. 

Incorporated in 1860 from jDart of Bos- 
cawen. 

WENT WORTH. 

Charter granted in 1766 ; regranted in 1772. 

wentworth's location. 
Charter granted to George Wentworth in 
1796. 

WESTMORELAND. 

Charter granted in 1752 ; extended in 1760. 



WHITEFIELD. 

Granted as Whitefields in 1774. Incorpo- 
rated as Whitefield in 1804. 

WILMOT. 

Incorporated in 1807 from part of New 
London and Kearsarffe Gore. 



WILTON. 

Charter granted in 1762 ; regranted in 1765. 



SELECTMEN. 



Auren Peasley, r. 
Sumner IST. Ball, r. 
Fred J. Emerson, d. 

Levi Dolloflf, r. 
James E. Drake, r. 
Seth C. Drake, r. 

G. F. Eastman, d. 
Henry E, Eaton, d. 
Jason P. Simons, d. 

W. W. Bm^bank, r. 
Warren Abbott, ?•. 
Ira C. Call, d. 

Horatio C. Blood, d. 
John E. Downing, d. 
Charles Turner, d. 

Henry J. Chase, d. 
A. W. Linnell, r. 
L. E. York, d. 

Charles H. Cobb, r. 
H. C. Coblei^h, d. 
Allen A. Barker, d. 

Van H. Dodge, r. 
Minot B. Dodge, r. 
Fred Williams, r. 

George Sleeper, d. 
Fred E. Goodhue, d. 
A. J. Cheney, d. 

Rich'd M. Moore, d. 
John B. Hickey, d. 
James Sheldon, d. 



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175 



SUPERVISORS OF CHECK- 
LISTS. 



Oscar H. Wiley, d. 
Hiram C. Young, d. 
H. A. Severance, d. 



SCHOOL BOARD. 



Jesse F. Bailey, r. 
Sumner X. Ball, r. 
George N. Gage, p. 



Silas B. Elliott, r. Levi Dolloff, r. 
Ernest H. Oakes, d. Silas B. Elliott, r. 
George W. Drake, d. James E. Drake, r. 



George Simons, d. 
John P. Melvin, d. 
Franklin Bartlett, d. 

John S. Whittier, ?\ 
Gilman Jones, r. 
George Little, r. 

Ezra C. Knight, d. 
Thomas Hnckins, d. 
John L. DoAvning, d. 

Peter Bennett, d. 
Edgar L. Bennett, d. 
A. N. Richardson, d. 

Fred E. Cole, r. 
Alson C. Cobb, r. 
Forrest W. Hall, r. 

William F. Dodge, r. 
Fred C. Fearon, r. 
Edward O. Colby, r. 

John M. Carr, r. 
James F. Tilton, r. 
S. E. Philbrick, ?\ 

Artemas O. Barker, r 
M. J. Herlihy, d. 
Charles E. ¥rye, d. 



Lindley H. Osborne, ?\ 
Almon L. Sleeper, r. 
Luther Clement, r. 

James M. Snyder, r. 
Cyrus A. Stone, d. 
Arthur C. Call, d. 

Thomas Huckins, d. 
Willis A. Whitcher, d. 
Joshua E. Foster, d. 

Henry J. Chase, d. 

B. Henry Flint, d. 
Allen W. Linnell, r. 

Willian J. Reed, r. 
James A. Craig, d. 
George J. Bennett, d. 

L. J. Miner, r. 

C. E. King. 



Benjamin Emons, r. 
John G. Currier, d. 
Fred E. Goodhue, d. 

George E. Bales, d. 
Jennie F. Barnes, r. 
Willis H. Abbott, r. 



TOWN CLERK AND 
TREASURER. 



Lester A. Ball, d. 
Nathaniel A. Lull, d. 



James E. Drake, r. 
Silas B. Elliott, r. 



Frank Tucker, d. 
Geo. F. Simons, d. 



Frank L. Sweatt, r. 



Wm, H. Davis, d. 
John A. Davis, d. 



Peter Bennett, d. 
B. H. Flint, d. 



E. J. Goodnow, r. 
Leonard AVilcox. 



Frank D. Bell, r. 
Richard Lane. 



Seth Goodhue. 
W. F. Langley, d. 



Las Casas Barnes, cl. 
George E. Bales, d. 



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TOWNS. 


SELECTMEN. 


WINCHESTER. 








Charter granted in 1753. 






Charles E. State, r. 
D, H. Thompson, d. 
Russell W. Boyce, r. 


WINDHAM. 








Incorporated in 1741 from part 
derry. 


of London- 


A. E. Simpson, r. 
Caleb B. Clark, n 
John A, Moore, r. 


WINDSOR. 








Formerly called "Campbell's 
corporated as Windsor in 1798. 


Gore. 


' In- 


Geo. M.Russell, d. 
H. F. Dresser, d. 
John G. Dodge, cl. 


WOLFEBOROUGH. 








Charter granted in 1770. 






S. W. Clough. r. 
N. T. Brewster, r. 
Charles S. Paris, r. 


WOODSTOCK. 








Incorporated as Peeling; in 
changed to Woodstock. 


1840 


name 


Marcus M. Hall, d. 
Daniel B. Baston, r. 
Lucien Smith, c?. 



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177 



SUPERVISORS OF CHECK- 
LISTS. 



Charles Mansfield, r. 

Vacant. 

E. S. Taylor, r. 

W. D. Cochran, r. 
George E. Seavey, r. 
A. L. Barker, r. 

Mark Chapman, d. 
Albert J. Gray, d. 
H. E. Russell, d. 

Fred E. Hersey, r. 
Frank W. Hicks, r. 
Obed S. Young, r. 

Lewis H. Bagley, d. 
Scott N .Weeks, d. 
Leroy A. Sawyer, d. 



SCHOOL, BOARD. 



Charles J. Fosgate. 
Martin A. Brown. 
Dr. G. W. Pierce, r. 

"Wm. C. Harris, r. 
J. W. M. Wirledge, r 
Wm. L. Emerson, r. 

John G. Dodge, d. 
Charles C. Jones, r. 
Albert J. Gray, d. 

James H. Martin, r. 
Charles G. Cate, d. 
Pierce C. Home, r, 

F. W. Selingham, d. 
W. L. E. Hunt, d. 
Frank N. Gilman, d. 



TOWN CLERK AND 
TREASURER. 



George H. Snow, d. 
Henry Abbott, r. 



John E. Cochran, r. 
H. S. Reynolds, r. 



Geo. M. Russell, d. 
Mark Symonds, d. 



S. A. Edgerly, r. 
Chas. F. Piper, r. 



W. L. E. Hunt, d. 
Frank N. Gilman, d. 



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CITIES AND CITY OFFICERS. 



CONCORD. 

Incorporated from Bow in 1765. Part of Canterbury and Loudon 
annexed in 1784. 

City election on the Tuesday after the first Monday in November, 
biennially. Officers then elected inaugurated on the fourth Tuesday' 
of January following. Latest election, November 6, 1888. 



Stillman Humphrey, r., Maj'or 
Joseph A. Cochran, r.. Clerk 
Wm, F. Thayer,?'., Treasurer 
Harry G. Sargent, r., Solicitor 
Edgar A. Clark, r.. Physician 
Edw'd H. Dixon, r., Messenger 
George A. Foster, r., Collector 
George S. Locke, r , Marshal 
J. E. Tucker, r., Ass't Marshal 

Overseers of Poor. 
Ward 1. Charles E. Foote, r. 
2. JohnT.Batchelder, d. 
Wards 3, 4, 5, 6, 7. 

Jos. A. Cochran, r. 
Aldermen. • 
Ward 1. 
2. 



O. 



William W.Allen, r. 
J. T. Batchelder, d. 
George H. Speed, d. 
John C. Ordway, r. 
William E. Hood, r. 
James K. Kennedy, r. 
Geo. F. Underhill, r. 
L. S. Richardson, r. 



Ward 6. H. D. Webster, ;-. 

Josiah E. D wight, r. 

Gilman B. Johnson, r. 

7. Frank P. Quimby, r. 

Common Council. 
William J. Fernald, r., Pres't 
Lewis L. Mower, r., Clerk 
Ward 1. John O'Neill, d. 

2. George G. Jenness,G?. 

3. Geo.R. Parmenter,?'. 

4. Joseph Welcome, ?-. 
Benj.Bilsborough, r. 
Gilman K.Crowell,r. 

5. Wm. J. Fernald, r. 
PatrickH. Coleman,;-. 

6. JoseiDh C. Ordway, r. 
George H. Milton, r. 
Leonard W. Bean, ?-. 

7. Geo. W. Chesley, r. 
Police Court. 

Benj. E. Badger, r., Justice 
R. A. Ray,r., Associate Justice 
George M. Fletcher, r.. Clerk 



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179 



Assessors. 

Ward 1. Abial Rolfe, r. 

2. Albert Stevens, r. 

3. Timothy Carter, d. 

4. Gilbert H.Seavey, r. 

5. Curtis "White, r. 

6. George W.Abbott, cZ. 

7. Jona. B. Weeks, r. 

Board of Health. 

Herbert C. Cummin gs, M.D.,r. 
Granville P. Conn, M. D., r. 
Edward N. Pearson, r. 

Inspectors of Check-lists. 

Ward 1. Xathaniel S. Gale, r. 
D. Warren Fox, r. 
Henry Rolfe, r. 

2. Isaac F. Potter, d. 
G. M. C. Sanborn, d. 
George A. Hoit, d. 

3. D. A. Blanchard, d. 
H. J. Worthington, d. 
C. W. Blanchard, r. 

4. Martin E. Young, r. 



Ward 4. William H. Hurd, r. 
Albert I. Foster, ?-. 

5. Antonio J . Souza, r. 
Curtis White, r, 
Chas. E. Palmer, r. 

6. Abe L. Cushman, r. 
Geo. A. Huntoon, r. 
FredE. Cloudman,r. 

7. F. C. Thompson, r. 
E. W. Robinson, r. 
Frank G. Proctor, r. 

Board of Education. 

Wm. M. Chase, d.. President 

Warren Clark, d. 

James L. Mason, r. 

D. B. Donovan, d., Secretary 

J. C. A.Hill, r.. 

Rev. C. B. Crane, r. 

Parsons B. Cogswell, r. 

S. C. Morrill, M. D.,r. 

John C. Ordway, r. 

Superintendent of Schools. 
J. L. Rundlett, d. 



DOVER. 

No special incorporation. City chartered in 1855. 

City election on the fourth Tuesday of November, annually. Offi- 
cers then elected inaugurated on the first Wednesday of January 
Latest election, November 27, 1888. 



following 



B. Frank Nealley, r., Mayor [ James Fogerty, r., 



Marshal 



John B. Stevens, Jr., r.. Clerk 
Isaac F. Abbott, r.. Treasurer 
Robert G. Pike, r., Solicitor 
Chas. A. Fairbanks, r., Physician 
George H .Demeritt,?'. , Messenger 
Charles W. Demeritt,r., Collector 



E. A. Willand, ?'., Ass't Marshal 

Overseer of the Poor. 
George W. Gray, 2d, r. 

Aldermen. 

Ward 1. Oliver B. Meserve, r. 
Franklin F. Davis, r. 



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Ward 2. Wm. W. Cushman» r. 
Edwin S. Tash, r. 

3. Charles A. Davis, r. 
A. R. Towle, r. 

4. Charles M. Corson,r. 
John M. Staples, r. 

5. Dennis Cash, d. 
Tim. McDonough, d. 

Gormnon Council. 

Nathl C. Wentworth, r., Pres't 
Joseph E. Porter, r.. Clerk 
Ward 1. William H. Beede, r. 

Jas. H. Southwick, r. 

Jos. T. Woodbury, r, 

2. N. C. Wentworth, r. 
William H. Tarr, r. 
James H. Grimes, r. 

3. F. D. Mclntyre, r. 
Charles C. Bmice, r. 
Chas. E. Burnham, r. 

4. James Wilkinson, r. 



Ward 4. John Scott, r. 

Brooks D. Stewart, r. 
5. Wm. H. Gorman, d. 
Thomas McCone, d. 
Joseph W. Rogers, d. 

Police Court. 
George S. Frost, Justice 

Assessors. 

Micajah S. Hanscom, r. 
John W. Bines, r. , 
John S. Glass, r. 
Nathaniel C. Hobbs, r. 
James H. Davis, r. 
Thomas McKenna, d. 

Board of Health. 

Charles H. Hall, d. 
James McCooey, r. 
Elbridge Smith, r. 

Superintendent of Schools. 
Channino; Folsom, r. 



KEENE. 

Charter granted in 1753. City charter granted in 1865. 

City election on the second Tuesday of December, annually. Offi- 
cers then elected inaugurated on the first Tuesday of January fol- 



lowing. 



Latest election, December 11, 1888. 



Herbert B. Viall, <^., Mayor 

J. P. Wellman, r., Clerk 

R. H. Porter, r., Treasurer 
Don H. Woodward, d., Solicitor 

J. B. Hyland, d., Physician 

E. O. Keith, r., Messenger 

S. O. Gates, r., Collector 

E. R. Locke, r., Marshal 



Overseer of the Poor. 
Philander Howland, r. 

Aldermen. 

Ward 1. James S. Taft, r. 

2. E. W. Greenwood, d. 

3. Fred W. Chase, r. 

4. F. A. Faulkner, r. 

5. D. C. Howard, r. 



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181 



Common Council. 

Gardner C. Hill, r., Preset 

James E. Parmenter, r., Clerk 

Ward 1. Charles S. Fisher, r. 

Freeman A. White, r. 

James B. Kellogg, r. 

2. G. O. Wardwell, r. 
L. W. Foskett, r. 
C. W. Morse, r. 

3. F. M. Davis, r. 
F. H. Wright, r. 
H. O. Wardwell, r. 

4. G. C. Hill, r. 
Frank W. Xims, r. 
F. H. Whitcomb, r. 

5. Chas, P. Pitcher, d. 
A. J. Williams, d. 
Jas. M. Gowdey, d. 

Police Court. 
L. W. Holmes, r.. Justice 

Assessors. 

Daniel A. Brown, r. 
Luther P. Aid en, r. 
Daniel R. Cole, r. 



Board of Health. 

A. B. Thurston, r. 
H. K. Faulkner, r. 
Don H. Woodward, d. 

Insx>ectors of Check-lists. 

H. H. Beckwith, ?'. 
H. W. Nims, r. 
M. A. Stowell, r. 

D. A. Brown, r. 

E. P. Hardy, d. 

Board of Education. 

1889.* W. H. Shalter, r. 

J. B. Abbott, r. 

Ira J. Prouty, r. 
1890.* C. H. Hersey, r. 

C. E. Harrington, r. 

J. W. Sturtevant, r. 
1891.* George Tilden, f r. 

H. S. Martin, d. 

G. C. Hill, r. 

* Term expires. t Deceased. 



MANCHESTER. 

Formerly called Derryfiold. Incorporated as Manchester in 1810. 
City charter granted in 1846 and amended in 1848. Parts of Bed- 
ford and Goffstown annexed in 1853. 

City election on the Tuesday next after the first Monday in No- 
vember, biennially. Officers then elected inaugurated on the first 
Tuesday of January following. Latest election, November 6, 1888. 



David B. A^arney, r., Mayor 

Nathan P. Kidder, r., Clerk 

S. B.Putnam,?'., Treasurer 

Edwin F. Jones, r.. Solicitor 

James M. Collity, r., Physician 



John A. Barker, r.. Messenger 
George E. Morrill, r.. Collector 
Melvin J. Jenkins, r.. Marshal 
H. W. Longa, v., Ass't Marshal 



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Overseers of Poor. 

William H. Maxwell, r. 
Thomas S. Quirab}^ r. 
James Sutelifte, r. 
George S. Holmes, r. 
Thomas H. Mahoney, d. 
Charles Francis, r. 
David W. Anderson, r. 
Horatio Fradd, r. 

Aldermen. 

Ward 1. George W. Bacon, r. 

2. Frank A. Lane, r. 

3. John A. Bartlett, r. 

4. W. Byron Stearns, r. 

5. John J. Holland, d. 

6. Wm. P. Farmer, d. 

7. David Farmer, r. 

8. James F. Baldwin, r. 

Common Council. 

Charles A. Carpenter, r., Pres't 
Jesse B. Pattee, r.. Clerk 

Ward 1. John P. Mullen, r. 

Roscoe Dyer, r. 

Henry P. Hunter, r. 

2. C. A. Carpenter, r. 
Alfred D.Maxwell,r. 
W. M.Butterfield,r. 

3. Frank D. Thorp, r. 
George W. Reed, r. 
Walter H. AVright, r. 

4. George C. Chase, r. 
Desire Laneville, r. 
C. R. Merrill, r. 

0. David E. Guiney, d. 
Wm. J. Freeman, d. 
Thomas P. Riley, d. 



Ward 6. Joseph Quirin, r. 
E. A. Plummer, r. 
Thos. Walker, Ji\,r. 

7. John F. Frost, r. 
Edson S. Heath, r. 
I. L. Campbell, r. 

8. Henry Schimmel, d. 
Jos. N. Lacourse, r. 
Chas. S. Cousins, r. 

Police Court. 

Nathan P, Hunt, r., Justice 
I. L. Heath, r., Asso. Justice 
John C. Bickford, ?\, Clerk 

Assessors. 

Henry Lewis, r. 
John E. Stearns, r. 
David O. Furnald, r. 
John Ryan, d. 
Harrison D. Lord, r. 
George H. Dudley, r. 
Andrew J. Dickey, r. 
Frank T. Provost, d. 

Board of Health. 
William M. Parsons, d. 
Joseph B. Sawyer, r. 
George C. Hoitt, d. 

Inspectors of Check-lists. 

William B. Stearns, r. 
Benjamin L. Hartshorn, r. 
David O. Furnald, r. 
Harrison D. Lord, r. 
Michael F. Lawler, d. 
Isaac Whittemore, r. 
Joseph A. Foster, r. 
Charles C. Tinkham, r. 



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183 



Board of Educatio n . 
Charles H. Manning, r 
John L. Sanborn, r\ 
Benj. C. Dean, r. 
William C. Clarke, r. 
Nathan P. Hunt, r. 
James E. Dodge, r. 
Frederick C. Crosby, 
Stephen W. Clarke,* 
John F. Cahill, d. 



r. 
r. 



James P. Slattery, d. 
Frank T. E. Richardson, r. 
John C. Balch, r. 
Edward B. Woodbmy, r. 
Marshall P. Hall, r. 
Luther C. Baldwin, r. 
William K, Robbins, ?*. 
David B. Varney, r., ex officio. 

SupeiHntendent of Schools. 
William E. Buck, r. 
* Deceased. 



NASHUA. 

Formerly Dunstable, name changed to Nashua in 1836. City 
charter granted in 1853. 

City election on the Tuesday next after the first Monday in No- 
vember, annually. Ofiicers then elected inaugurated on the first day 
of Januarv followino-. Latest election, November 6, 1888. 



Charles H. Burke, d.. Mayor 
Charles S. Bussell, d., Clerk 
Frank A. McKean, d., Treasurer 
Jeremiah J. Doyle, d.. Solicitor 
Augustus W. Shea, ^T., Physician 
Chas. C. Cameron, d.. Messenger 
Fred Whittemore, d., Collector 
Willard C. Tolles, d., Marshal 
W.W. Wheeler, d., Ass't Marshal 

Overseers of Poor. 

William S. Atwood, r. 
Patrick Lonergan, d. 
Joseph Morrin, d. 

Aldermen. 

Ward 1. Charles T. Lund, r. 
2. Edward T. Morrill,r. 



o. 
6. 



7. 

8. 



Ward 3. EugeneD.Perrault,<:/. 
4. Wm. H. Beasom, r. 
John D. Sullivan, d. 
James C. Moodv, d. 
Alphonse Burque, d. 
John J. Sullivan, d. 
Ira H. Proctor, d. 
George L. Bugbee,r. 

Common Council. 

Henry P. Whitney, d. Pres't 
Ward 1. Harry W. Ramsd ell, r. 

Edward M. Oilman ,r. 
2. Alfred W. Heald, r. 

Charles E. Faxon, r. 

John Ledoux, d. 

Frank B. Stark, d. 



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O. 



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Ward 4. J. N. Woodward, r. 
James H. Barker, r. 

5. Charles F.Sanders, d. 
James Mulvanty, d. 
Henry P. Whitney, d. 

6. G. F. Trowbridge, d. 
Clarence A. Slate, d. 
Frank P. Rideont, d. 

7. George E. Holt, r. 
Joseph L. Clough, r. 

8. H. P. Wardwell, r. 
William C.Leahy, r. 

Police Court. 

C. W. Hoitt, r., Justice 

Wm.O. Clough, r. Asso.Justice 
Fred H. Morrill, r., Clerk 

Board of Assessors. 

James H. Blake, d. 
Edward Morse, d. 
James H. Waters, d. 
Albert T. Laton, d. 
Charles F. Tolles, r. 

Board of Health. 
Noel E. Guillet, d. 



Augustus Shea, d. 
Willard C. Tolles, d. 

Inspectors of Check-lists. 

William P. Clark, r. 
William Ahern, r. 
Michael Downing, d. 
Ai A. Reynolds, r. 
Chas. O. Andrews, r. 
Levi W.Goodrich, r. 
G. E. Bolieau, Jr., d. 
Calvin Robinson, r. 

Board of Education. 

Gilman C. Shattuck, d. 
J. E. Tolles, d. 
William T. Spear, r. 
Stephen N. Barker, d. 
John H. Goodale, p. 
Osman B. Tilton,* r. 
John H. Vickery, d. 
Randolph P. Moseley,* r 
George R. Pierce, d. 
Geo. E. Anderson, r. 

Su2:)erintendent of Schools. 
O. S. Williams. 



* Resigned. 



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185 



PORTSMOUTH. 

Granted in 1631. City charter granted in 1849. 

City officers elected on the first Tuesday of August, annually, and 
inauo'urated on the second Tuesday of the same month. Ward offi- 
cers elected on the Tuesday next after the first Monday in Novem- 
ber, biennially. Latest city election, August 7, 1888. 



Ass't Marshals 



George E. Hodgdon, d., Mayor 
Mercer Goodrich, d., Clerk 

S. P. Treadwell, d., Treasurer 
Samuel W. Emery, d., Solicitor 
Henry F. Clark, d., Physician 
S. R. Gardner, d.. Messenger 
John J. Laskey, d.. Collector 
Jefferson C. Rowe, d.. Marshal 
F. H. Peverly,cZ., 
D. J. Hurley, d.. 

Overseers of Poor. 

Charles M. Newton, d. 
Howard S. Laskey, d. 
George W. Scott, d. 
Freeman Pearson, d. 

Aldermen. 

Ward 1. Albion Littlefield, d. 
Ira C. Seymour, d. 
Daniel Casey, d. 

2. Samuels. Fletcher, c?, 
True M. Priest, d. 
Michael J. Griffin, d. 

3. Daniel J. Ayers, d. 

4. David Urch, d. 
Henry Wendell, d. 

Common Council. 

Dennis J. Sullivan, d., Preset 
Charles E. Senter, cZ., Clerk 



Ward 1. Chas. H. Foote, d. 

Cornelius 01veefe,<f. 
Patrick Lindley, d. 
Isaac Furber, d. 
John H. McCarthy,^?. 
Benj. F. Canney, d. 

2. Jos. H. Jameson, d. 
James Broughton, d. 
George Boss, d. 
Thomas Leary, d. 
Dennis J. Sullivan, rt^. 
D. P. Pendexter, d. 

3. Michael F. Cantv, d. 
B. Flynn, d. 

4. Rufus M. Adams, d. 
Plenry M. Gregg, d. 
Daniel N. Cox, d. 
Thos. J. Goodwin, d. 

Police Court. 

Chas. E. Batchelder, r., Justice 
M. Bufford r., Asso. Justice 

Assessors. 

Samuel Maddock, d. 
Charles H. Garrett, d. 
William W. Cotton, d. 
James Douglass, d. 
Theodore G. Perkins, d. 
John Conlon, d. 



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Gideon H. Rimdlett, d. 
William P. Bennett, d. 
Stephen A. Preble, d. 

Board of Health. 

H. F. Clark, d. 
John J. Grogan, d. 
Jos. C. Muchmore, d. 
William Hampshire, d. 

Inspectors of Check-lists. 

Daniel J. Ayers, d. 

Wm. E. Littlefield, d. 

James Quinn, d. 

Charles H. Downs, d. 

Joseph H. Jameson, d. 

George Adams, d. 

Samuel R. Gardner, d.. Clerk 



Board of Education. 

G. E. Hodgdon, d., Chairman 
Chas. H. Morss, d., Secretary- 
Charles A. Sinclair, d. 
Calvin Page, d. 
William W. Cotton d. 
Andrew P. Wendell, d. 
Alfred Gooding, r. 
John J. Laskey, d. 
Henry E. Hovey, r. 
Richard I. Walden, d. 
David Urch, d. 
Ira C. Seymour, d. 
Winthrop Hoyt, d. 
Charles E. Batchelder, r. 

Superintendent of Schools. 
Charles H. Morss, d. 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

This list probably contains tbe names of some persons deceased and ot 
some persons who have removed from the State. No report of deaths or 
removals from the state of such otHcers is made to the secretary's office. 



Abbott, Chester, 
Abbott, Frank D., 
Abbott, Gardner S., 
Abbott, Isaac F., 
Abbott, Isaac N., 
Abbott, Joseph B., 



Haverhill 

Concord 

Xorthfield 

Dover 

Concord 

Keene 



Abbott, Joseph G., Moultonboro' 
Abbott, John G., Antrim 

Abbott, John J., Rochester 

Abbott, John T., Keene 

Abbott, Moses, Bath 

Abbott, Nathan G., Salem 

Abbott, Sewell W., Ossipee 

Abbott, Sewall W., Wolfeborough 
Abbott, William P., Boscawen 
Adams, Ebenezer S., Winchester 
Adams, Edmund, Derry 

Adams, Francis P., Wolfeborough 
Adams, George H., Plymouth 
Adams, Ira H., Derry 

Adams, Lloyd H., Warner 

Akaman, John M., Hampton 
Akerman, C. P., Hampton Falls 
Albee, John, Newcastle 

Albee, L. William, Charlestown 
Albin, John H., Henniker 

Aldrich, Charles S., Colebrook 
Aldrich, David B., Richmond 
Aldrich, David M., Whitefield 



Aldrich, Edgar, 
Aldrich, George H., 
Aldrich, Herbert C, 
Aldrich, Hosea B., 
Aldrich, John, 
Aldrich, Levi L., 
Allard, Albert, 
A Hard, Benjamin M. 
Allbee, George, 
Allen, Alonzo, 
Allen, Charles B., 
AHen, Charles E., 
Allen, Gerarde L., 



Littleton 

Keene 

Keene 

tlaffrey 

Gilford 

Pembroke 

Madison 

Eaton 

Merrimack 

Croydon 

Lancaster 

Lancaster 

Greenfield 



Allen, George H., Manchester 
Allen, Henry E., Auburn 

Allen, Moses A., Fitzvvilliam 
Allen, Pardon W., Benton 

Allen, William F., Stewartstown 
Allison, James, Dublin 

Amazeen, Samuel S., Farmington 
Ambrose, David A., Meredith 
Ames, Samuel P., Canterbury 
Anderson, William, Derrv 

Andrews, Albert E., Somers worth 
Andrews, Frank P., Concord 
Andrews, George F., Nashua 
Andrews, John H., Manchester 
Andrews, William, Gorham 

Annable, George, Portsmouth 



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Amiis, Joel C, Nashua 

Annis, John R., Columbia 

Annis, Daniel G,, Londonderry 
Arey, Jonathan, Salisbury 

Armington, W. N., Whitefield 
Ashman, John W., Laconia 

Ashley, Horace S., Nashua 

Atherton, Henry B., Nashua 

Atkinson, Rob't, Northumberland 
Atwood, William S., Nashua 
Atwood, Varanes C, Nelson 
Atwood, Jonathan K., Lisbon 
Austin, Hiram M., Croydon 

Avery, Amariah, Manchester 
Avery, Bracket F., Milton 

Averill, Clinton S., Milford 

Ayer, James, Salem 

Ayer, Stephen S., Gilford 

Ayling, Augustus D., Concord 

Babbitt, John W., Keene 

Bachelder, John L., Tilton 

Bachelder, Nahum J., Andover 
Badger, Benjamin E., Concord 
Badger, Sam'l P., S. Newmarket 
Bagley, Augustus Y., Groton 
Bagley, FredD.. Somersworth 
Bailey, Charles M., Pittsfield 
Bailey, Edwin F., Ashland 

Bailey, George A., Manchester 
Bailey, James H., Littleton 

Bailey, Samuel I., Columbia 

Bailey, William W., Nashua 

Baker, Abiel W., Keene 

Baker, Alpheus W., Lebanon 

Baker, Charles E., Bethlehem 
Baker, Charles L., Manchester 
Baker, Edmund D., Claremont 



Baker, Elliott W., 
Baker, Henry M., 
Baker, Nathaniel, 
Baker, Samuel D., 
Baker, Stillman H., 
Baker, Timothy T., 
Baker, William D., 
Bakie, Daniel J., 



Antrim 

Bow 

Manchester 

Rumney 

Hillsboro' 

Whitefield 

Rumney 

Kingston 



Baldwin, Luther C, Manchester 
Baldwin, Thomas C, Hanover 
Baldwin, Justus W., Pittsburg 
Ball, Delos C, Keene 

Ball, Ransom L., Walpole 

Ballantyne, Adam S., Tilton 

Ballock, William, Cornish 

Bancroft, Charles P., Concord 
Bancroft, Jesse P., Concord 

Banfield, Ira, Wolfeborough 

Barber, Ezra F., Epping 

Barker, Albert, Colebrook 

Barker, Fred A., Keene 

Barker, George W., Derry 

Barker, Levi, Stratham 

Barnard, Daniel, Franklin 

Barnard, George W., Claremont 
Barnard, James E., Franklin 
Barnes, James B., Dover 

Barnes, Royal D., Nashua 

Barnes, Theodore, Hillsborough 
Barnes, William L., Hanover 
Barney, C. O., Canaan 

Barney, Supply, Washington 

Barrett, A. J., Littleton 

Barrows, Warren S., Hinsdale 
Bartholomew, Arvin S., Plainfield 
Bartlett, Alonzo F., Bath 

Bartlett, Asa W., Pittsfield 

Bartlett, Charles H., Manchester 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 



189 



Bartlett, Charles H., Milford 

Bartlett, David F., Eppiug 

Bartlett, Eben L., New Boston 
Bartlett, Frederick, Bristol 

Bartlett, Gardiner S., Campton 
Bartlett, George F., Milford 

Bartlett, George H., Sunapee 

Bartlett, Greenleaf C, Derry 
Bartlett, Greenleaf K., Derry 
Bartlett, James P., Portsmouth 
Bartlett, John P., Manchester 
Bartlett, John T., Raymond 

Bartlett, Joseph B., Nottingham 
Bartlett, John C, Lee 

Bartlett, Xoah, Manchester 

Bartlett, Thomas B., Nottingham 
Bartlett, Sylvan us, Swanzey 

Barton, Gardner G., Woodstock 
Barton, Hubbard A., Newport 
Barton, Levi W., Newport 

Batchellor, Albert S., Littleton 
Batchelder, Asa C, Loudon 

Batchelder, A. T., Keene 

Batchelder, Austin I., Concord 
Batchelder, Chas. E., Portsmouth 
Batchelder, Joua. H., Deerfield 
Batchelder, Lucien F., Tilton 
Batchelder,MorrisonS., Chichester 
Batcheller, Phillip S., Fitzwilliam 
Batcheller, Stephen, Fitzwilliam 
Bates, George E., Wilton 

Beacham, Geo. E., Somersworth 
Beacham, John E., Ossipee 

Beacham, John H., Ossipee 

Beal, Joseph R,., Keene 

Bean, Edwin C., Belmont 

Bean, J. Morey, Kingston 

Bean, Joseph W., Manchester 



Beckford, Frank M., Laconia 
Bedell, Charles W., Littleton 

Bedell, Ilazen, Colebrook 

Bedell, Jr., Hazen, Columbia 

Bedell, Louis E., Littleton 

Beede, George F., Fremont 

Beede, Hanson, Meredith 

Beede, John F., Meredith 

Beers, Elbridge G., Plainfield 
Belknap, William H., Exeter 
Bell, Charles H., Exeter 

I Bell, John J., Exeter 

j Bell, William H., oncord 

Bellows, Josiah G., Walpole 

Bellows, William L, Littleton 
Bellows, William H., Littleton 
Bellows, H. E., Northumberland 
Bemis, Samuel D., Harrisville 
Bennett, Andrew J., Manchester 
Bennett, Charles H., Wolfeboro' 
Bennett, James A., Tuftonboro^ 
Bennett, Joseph E., Manchester 
Bennett, Morrison, Alton 

Bennett, Robert W., Franklin 
Bennette, George R., Hampstead 
Benton, Benjamin, Lancaster 

Benton, Jacob, Lancaster 

Berry, Alonzo L., Jefferson 

Berry, Eben E., New Durham 
Berry, Flavins J., Barrington 
Berry, Frank B., Pittsfield 

Berry, Frederick P., Rochester 
Berry, Horace, Windham 

Berry, Ichabod P., New Durham 
Berry, Ira L., Barnstead 

Berry, Joseph E., Alton 

Berry, William A., Bristo 

Berry, William H., Manchester 



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Berry, ZauelloD., New Durham 
Bickford, Charles W., Manchester 
Bickford, John C., Manchester 
Bickford, Joseph H., Wolfeboro*" 
Bill, Daniel W., Gilsum 

Bill, Jr., Willard, Westmoreland 
Billings, William G., Portsmouth 
Binford, Charles H., Chatham 
Bingham, Andrew W., Littleton 
Bingham, Charles W., Gilsum 
Bingham, George A., Littleton 
Bingham, George H., Littleton 
Bingham, Harry, Littleton 

Bingham, Jr., Harry, Littleton 
Bixby, Augustus H., Francestown 
Blackstone, Chas. H., Manchester 
Blackstone, Sumner E., Laconia 
Blain, Augustin C., Nashua 

Blair, Henry W., Manchester 
Blaisdell, Frank, Goffstown 

Blaisdell, George C, Hopkinton 
Blaisdell, Joseph P., Barnstead 
Blaisdell, Philip D., Meredith 
Blake, Albert, Bristol 

Blake, Amos J., Fitzwilliam 

Blake, Francis W., Pittsfield 

Blake, Hiram, Keene 

Blake, Hiram E., Franklin 

Blake, Ira N., Pittsfield 

Blake, John A., Kensington 

Blake, Milton, Keene 

Blanchard, Jr., Arvin, Sandwich 
Blanchard, Benj. E., Windham 
Blanchard, Charles E., Sandwich 



Blanchard, Fred H. 



Milan 



Blanchard, George S., Pembroke 
Blanchard, John E., Barnstead 
Blandin, Willis B., Bath 



Blodgett, William C, Manchester 
Blood, Jason G., Haverhill 

Blunt, Edward O., Nashua 

Bolster, James L., Keene 

Bond, George S., Charlestowu 
Bond, Herbert W., Charlestown 
Bond, James S., Derry 

Bond, Julius, Whitefield 

Boody, John O., Strafford 

Boothby, Sylvester, Berlin 

Bosher, George F., Manchester 
Boswell, William W., Newton 
Bowen, Edwin N., Fitzwilliam 
Bowen, Sidney B., Richmond 
Bowen, Willie C, Laconia 

Bowers, Shepherd L., Newport 
I Bowles, George H., Plymouth 
I Bowles, Jonathan, Lisbon 

' Bowles, Willis, Easton 

j Bowman, Eugene M., Nashua 
Boyce, Erastus R., Sunapee 

Boyce, Moses O., Springfield 

Boyden, Elijah, Marlborough 

Boyer, Edmund S., Somers worth 
Boynton. Charles E., Portsmouth 
Bradford, John N., Lyman 

Bradley, Charles H., Danville 
Bradley, Cornelius F.,Manchester 
Bradley. Ebenezer N., Kingston 
Bradford, Frank P., Derrv 

Bragg, Lewis C, Errol 

Bragg, AVilliam AY., Errol 

Branch, Oliver E,, Weare 

Breed, Whitney, Alstead 

Breed, Zephaniah, Weare 

Brennan, James F., Peterboro' 
' Brewster, Eli V., Dover 

Breton, Joseph H., Franklin 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 



191 



Bridges, George W., Brookline 
Bridgman, George M., Hanover 

Bridgmaii, John D., Hanover 

Bridgman, John L., Hanover 

Briggs, Frederick A., Claremont 

Briggs, James F., Manchester 

Briggs, Joseph G., Charlestown 

Briggs, William S., Keene 

Brigham, Hosea W., Winchester 

Brigham, Silas H,, Lisbon 

Brock, Orville L., Fitzwilliam 

Brockway, Virgil C, Newbury 

Brooks, Charles H., Peterboro' 

Brooks, Edward P., Hollis 

Brooks, Lyman J.. Keene 

Brooks, William E., Newport 

Broughton, John H., Portsmouth 

Brown, Aaron W., Raymond 

Brown, Alfred H., Canterbury 

Brown, Andrew J., Exeter 

Brown, Bradbury T., Til ton 

Brown, Charles L, Rye 

Brown, Chase P., Sanbornton 

Brown, Charles R., Deerfield 
Brown, Chas. T., Hampton Falls 

Brown, Cyrus O., Epsom 

Brown, Dana J., Ossipee 

Brown, Daniel A., Keene 

Brown, David E., Franklin 

Brown, David T., Chichester 

Brown, Elbridge P., Nashua 

Brown, Elisha R., Dover 

Brown, Francis K., Ossipee 

Brown, Frank H., Bedford 

Brown, Frank H., Claremont 

Brown, Frank J., Gilford 

Brown, Frank P., Candia 

Brown, Frank P., Whitefield 



Brown. Georsfe. 



Dover 



Brown, George K., Moultonboro' 

Brown, George R., Newport 

Brown, Gilman A., Sandown 

Brown, Henry C, Hudson 

Brown, Horace A., Concord 

Brown, Horace W., Raymond 

Brown, Iddo S., Danbury 

Brown, Jason J. C, Laconia 

Brown, J. Arthur, Rye 

Brown, James A., Alstead 

Brown, John D., Raymond 

Brown, John H., Bristol 

Brown, Joseph, Gilmanton 

Brown, Joseph H., Sandwich 

Brown, Joseph W., Kensington 

Brown, Manson S., Plymouth 

Brown, Ora A., Ashland 

Brown, Orange S,, RoUinsford 

Brown, RoUin J., Lancaster 

Brown, Samuel, Stratford 

Brown, Sidney B., Richmond 

Brown, Webster C, Nashua 

Brown, William, Orford 

Brown, William R., Stratford 
Bruce, Alonzo S., Mont Vernon 

Bruce, John E., Milford 

Bryant, James F., Enfield 

Bryant, Jonathan C, Richmond 
Bryant, Leander, Moultonboro' 

Bryant, Orrin W., Ellsworth 

Buchanan, William, Antrim 

Buck, George D., Bethlehem 

Buck, W. E., Gilford 

Buckley, Will P., Littleton 
Bucknam, E. F., Northumberland 

Bufford, Marcellus, Portsmouth 

Buifum, Caleb T., Keene 



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Buffum, Charles, 
Buffum, Charles C, 
Bugbee, George L., 
Bunker, Charles E., 
Bunker, Ingalls, 
Bunton, David A., 
Burbauk, Ahnon F., 
Burbank, John S., 
B urban k, Parker C, 
Burke, Charles H., 



Bartlett 

Keene 

Windham 

Rumney 

Candia 

Manchester 

Pembroke 

Hooksett 

Shelburne 

Nashua 



Burke, George I., Wolfeborough 
Burke, James J., Madison 

Burleigh, Alvin, Plymouth 

Burleigh, Gordon, Franklin 

Burleigh, Walter E., Franklin 
Burleigh, Wm. R., Somers worth 
Burley, Daniel S., Wakefield 

Burley, Jason I., Sanborn ton 

Burley, Joseph C, Epping 

Burnell, Alvah W., Bartlett 

Burnham, D. S., Plymouth 

Burnham, Harrison, Auburn 

Burnham, Henry E., Manchester 
Burnham, O. W., Mont Vernon 
Burnap, James T., Winchester 
Burnap, Orville W., Lebanon 
Burns, Charles H., Wilton 

Burns, George W., Milford 

Burns, Wilbur F., Lancaster 

Burpee, Anthony C, New London 
Burpee, Manly C, New Hampton 
Burpee, Moses P., Grantham 

Burroughs, John H., Bow 

Burt, Waldo A., Westmoreland 
Burtt, Henry J., Bennington 
Burton, Andrew H., Wilton 

Burton, William P., Lebanon 
Bussell, Charles S., Nashua 



Bus well, Franklin P., 
Buswell, Oliver B., 
Butler, George S., 
Buttrick, Edwin, 
Buxton, Fred C, 
Buxton, Mark R., 
Buxton, Willis G., 
Buzell, Albert C, 
Buzzell, Ebenezer M., 
Buzzell, David R., 



Auburn 

Grantham 

Pelham 

Troy 

Salem 

Nashua 

Boscawen 

Exeter 

Gilford 

Ellsworth 



Cady, Martin V. B., Haverhill 
Caldwell, Wallace, Goffstown 
Calef, Daniel J., Salisbury 

Call, Arthur C, Webster 

Call, Dana W., Franklin 

Call, Howe, Portsmouth 

Calley, Benjamin, Sanbornton 
Galley, Epes J., Plymouth 

Cameron, Charles C, Nashua 
Campbell, Charles H., Nashua 
Campbell, Clark, Mont Vernon 
Campbell, Harvey, Concord 

Campbell, John C, Hillsboro' 
Campbell, Jos. W., Woodstock 
Campbell, Buel O., Kingston 

Canney, Herbert A., Dover 

Cannon, Charles C, Nashua 

Capen, William A., Concord 

Carbee, Henry C, Bath 

Carbee, Samuel P., Haverhill 
Carbee, Solomon S., Bath 

Carey, Thomas C, Claremont 
Carlton, James A., Conway 

Carpenter, Arthur H., Concord 
Carpenter, Chas. A., Manchester 
Carpenter, Chas. H., Chichester 
Carpenter, Frank P., Manchester 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 



193 



Carpenter, Wm. A., Manchester 
Carr, Clarence E., Andover 

Carr, David S., Henniker 

Carr, Elisha H-, Goshen 

Carr, Jesse K., Orford 

Carr, John E , Haverhill 

Carr, John H., Concord 

Carroll, Alonzo C, Warner 

Carroll, Edward H., Warner 

Carroll, Henry, Tamworth 

Carter, Hosea B., Hampstead 
Carter, Solon A., Concord 

Carter, Ichabod D. W., Ossipee 
Cartland, Charles S., Dover 

Cass, Arthur T., Tilton 

Cass, Benjamin, Manchester 

Cass, George F., Candia 

Cass, Nahum, Richmond 

Cass, William T., Tilton 

Caster, Loren D., Somersworth 
Caswell, George W., Dover 

Caswell, Ned T., Warren 

Cate, Andrew J., Allenstown 
Cate, Eleazer R., Alton 

Cate, George L., Ossipee 

Cate, John G., Wolfeborough 
Cate, J. Neal, Brookfield 

Cate, William H., Manchester 
Cate, William H., Meredith 

Cate, William W., Loudon 

Cater, Horace G,, Barrington 
Cavanaugh, Edward, Manchester 
Cavanaugh, Jas. F., Manchester 
Caverly, John C, Dover 

Cavis, Harry M., Concord 

Center, John W., Litchfield 

Chadwick, Charles E., Boscawen 
Chadwick, Hale, Concord 

13 



Chadwick, Laban M., Boscawen 
Challis, Frank H,, Manchester 
Challis, Timothy W., Manchester 
Chamberlain, C. J., Xorthfield 
Chamberlain, J. A., Dunbarton 
Chamberlain, J. W., Chesterfield 
Chamberlain, W. J., Jefferson 
Chamberlain, Wm. P., Keene 
Chamberlin, David T. P., Dover 
Chamberlin, Horace E., Concord 
Chamberlin, Robert N., Berlin 
Chandler, David N., Grafton 

Chandler, George B., Manchester 
Chandler, Henry, Manchester 
Chandler, John, Plymouth 

Chandler, Samuel G., Atkinson 



Chandler, Seth D., 
Chapman, Geo. W., 
Chapman, John F., 
Chapman, Mark, 
Chase, Amos C, 
Chase, Arthur, 
Chase, Arthur H., 
Chase, Arthur M., 
Chase, Charles'A., 
Chase, Dennis R., 
Chase, Frederick, 
Chase, Frank, 
Chase, George C, 
Chase, Ira A., 
Chase, James H., 
Chase, Jeremiah, 
Chase, John, 
Chase, John F., 
Chase, Joseph G., 
Chase, Martin, 
Chase, Samuel R., 
Chase, Thomas, 



Xashua 

Haverhill 

Newmarket 

Windsor 

Kingston 

Claremont 

Concord 

Deerfield 

Rumney 

Deering 

Hanover 

Sutton 

Manchester 

Bristol 

Concord 

Seabrook 

Conway 

Deering 

Deerfield 

Marlborough 

Plymouth 

Seabrook 



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Chase, Willard D., 


Peterboro' 


Cilley, 2d, Ezra, 


Newbury 


Chase, William H,, 


Stoddard 


Cilley, Joseph N., 


Nottingham 


Chase, William M., 


Concord 


Cilley, Wesley E., 


Newbury 


Chattle, Amos, 


Laconia 


Clagett, James P., 


Hollis 


Cheever, Benjamin, 


Portsmouth 


Claggett, James M., 


Nashua 


Cheever, John H., 


Portsmouth 


Claggett, Rufus P., 


Newport 


Chellis, Burt, 


Claremont 


Clark, Amos S., 


Sandown 


Cheeney, A. F., 


Alexandria 


Clark, Benjamin F., 


Manchester 


Cheney, Abram R., 


Sutton 


Clark, Charles E., 


Stratford 


Cheney, Charles E., 


Plaistow 


Clark, David F., 


Manchester 


Cheney, Person C, 


Manchester 


Clark, Edward G., 


Amherst 


Cheney, Thomas P., 


Ashland 


Clark, Edwin E., 


Concord 


Cherry, Thomas, 


Ossipee 


Clark, Frank G. , 


Peterborough 


Chesley, Fred L., 


Rochester 


Clark, George A., 


Manchester 


Chesley, John H., 


Nottingham 


Clark, Gilman H,, 


Gilford 


Chesley, Willie B., 


Livermore 


Clark, Henry H., 


Bath 


Chesley, Benjamin P 


*., Middleton 


Clark, Henry S., 


Manchester 


Chesley, George E., 


Concord 


Clark, Hiram, 


Plymouth 


Chesley, Lafayette, 


Exeter 


Clark, Hollis I., 


Northwood 


Chesley, Thomas B., 


Lee 


Clark, Joseph R., 


Derry 


Chesman, R. C, Nor 


thumberland 


Clark, Langdon G., 


Sandwich 


Chessman, Roswell W., Lancaster 


Clark, Lewis W., 


Manchester 


Chick, Stephen S,, 


Somersworth 


Clark, Moses, 


Wilton 


Chickering, Jacob E 


, Pembroke 


Clark, Nathaniel T., 


Loudon 


Child, Charles, 


Bath 


Clark, Peter H., 


New Ipswich 


Childs, Curtis B., 


Henniker 


Clark, Richmond H 


., Rochester 


Childs, John D., 


Bath 


Clark, Samuel C, 


Gilford 


Choat, Samuel, 


Boscawen 


Clark, Stillman, 


Danbury 


Christie,Herbert M., 


New Boston 


Clark, Walter S., 


Kingston 


Christie, Morris, 


Antrim 


Clark, Warren, 


Concord 


Christophe , Sebastian , Manchester 


Clark, William, 


Londonderry 


Churchill, Charles, 


Brookfield 


Clarke, Arthur E., 


Manchester 


Churchill, David C, 


Lyme 


Clarke, George E., 


Milford 


Churchill, Frank C, 


Lebanon 


Clarke, John B., 


Manchester 


Churchill, William A., Lebanon 


Clay, Charles L., 


Littleton 


Cilley, Andrew I., 


Kingston 


Clay, Ithiel E., 


Chatham 


Cilley, Bradbury P., 


Manchester 


Cleaves, George P., 


Concord 


Cilley, Clarence E., 


Kingston 


Clement, Samuel W 


., Dorchester 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 



195 



Clement, Wallace B . , Bedford 
Clements, John, Dover 

Cleveland, Charles A., Lancaster 
Clifford, Charles S., Dover 

Clifford, Cornelius E., Concord 
Clifford, John C, Manchester 
Clifton, Wm. C., Centre Harbor 
Clough, Charles E., Belmont 

Clough, Eben, Enfield 

Clough, Franklin H., Wilmot 
Clough, Harry L., Lisbon 

Clough, Henry L., Canterbury 
Clough, James E,, Dover 

Clough, Joseph L., Nashua 

Clough, Joseph T., Concord 

Clough, Lucien B., Manchester 
Clough, William, Lancaster 

Clough, William A., Concord 
Cloutmas, Joshua H., Wakefield 
Cloutman, Edw'n F.,Farmington 
Clow, Stephen W., Wolfeboro' 
Cluff, Levi, Salem 

Clyde, George W., Marlow 

Cobb, George E., Canaan 

Coburn, Stephen C, Milford 

Cochran, Charles E., Manchester 
Cochran, George A., Antrim 

Cochran, Joseph A., Concord 
Cochrane, George E., Rochester 
Cody, Walter, Manchester 

Coffin, Greenleaf, Berlin 

Cofran, Benjamin F., Northfield 
Cofran, George P., Pembroke 
Cofran, Frank A., Carroll 

Coffin, Edward D., Portsmouth 
Cogswell, Parsons B., Concord 
Cogswell, Leander W., Henniker 
Cogswell, D. Warren, Henniker 



Cogswell, John R., Warner 

Cogswell, Thomas, Gilmanton 

Cogswell, James W., Gilmanton 

Cogswell, Amos M., Gilford 

Colbath, Charles A., Pittsfield 

Colbath, George W., Concord 

Colbath, Horace N., Barnstead 

Colburn, Charles N., Nashua 

Colburn, Enoch J., Hollis 
Colburn, F. W., New Durham 

Colburn, George E., Groton 

Colburn, George T., Dorchester 

Colby, Albert, Gilford 
Colby, Albert P., Londonderry 

Colby, Alfred, Dunbarton 

Colby, Anthon W., Bow 

Colby, Charles W., Weare 
Colby, Daniel E., New London 

Colby, Freeman E., Henniker 

Colby, George W., Goffstown 

Colby, Harrison, Bow 

Colby, Ira, ' Claremont 

Colby, James T., Springfield 

Colby, John M., Bow 

Colby, Moses T., Canaan 

Colby, Stephen P., Springfield 
Colby, Washington, Londonderry 

Cole, Abner K., Berlin 

Cole, Benjamin J., Gilford 

Cole, Franklin, Dover 

Cole, Kimball, Laconia 

Cole, Lemuel D., Antrim 

Cole, Solomon, Lebanon 

Coleman, D. C, Brookfield 

Coller, E. S., Ac worth 

Collins, Abner P., Weare 

Collins, Alfred A., Danville 

Collins, Benjamin, Dover 



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Collins, Clinton, Marlborough 
Collins, Jacob, Danville 

Collins, John W., Kingston 

Collins, Robert, Seabrook 

Collins, Roscoe E., Franklin 

Collins, William S., Nashua 

Collins, Warren L., Weare 

Colony, Horatio, Keene 

Collins, Jairus, Marlboro' 

Coming, Benjamin H,, Littleton 
Comings, Albert G., Lee 

Comstock, Horace, Clarksville 
Conant, Horace H., Orford 

Cone, AVilliam E., Columbia 

Conn, Granville F., Concord 

Conner, Charles G., Exeter 

Conner, David, Manchester 

Conner, John O., Portsmouth 
Connor, James M., Hopkinton 
Connor, John R., Bristol 

Converse, Joshua, Rollinsford 
Converse, Nelson, Marlborough 
Converse, Sidney A., Lyme 

Converse, W. A. C.,Stewartstown 
Converse, Zebulon, Rindge 

Conway, Charles W., Richmond 
Cook, Chas. H., Westmoreland 
Cook, Croyden W., Campton 
Cook, George, Concord 

Cook, Lyman D., Nashua 

Cook, M. V. B., Milton 

Cooke, Charles E., Alstead 

Cooke, Charles P., Tamworth 
Cooledge, Cornelius, Hillsboro' 
Cooledge, Henry O., Keene 

Cooper, Jesse, Colebrook 

Cooper, John P., Newcastle 

Cooper, Milon C, Croydon 



Cooper, Warren J., Nashua 

Copp, Elbridge J., Nashua 

Copp, John L., Rochester 

Corey, George W., Concord 

Corliss, John B., Laconia 

Cormier, Oliver H., Somersworth 
Cormier, R, S., Somersworth 

Corning, Alex. M., Manchester 
Corning, Charles R., Concord 
Corser, David S., Webster 

Cossitt, George A., Lancaster 
Cotton, Arthur E., North wood 
Cotton, William H., Lebanon 
Courser, William M., Dover 

Courser, Thomas J., Webster 
Cox, Alfred A., Enfield 

Cox, Charles R., Holderness 

Cox, George B., Laconia 

Cox, Winfield T., Meredith 

Craddock, Ebenezer B., Concord 
Craig, Charles C, Rumuey 

Crane, William, Candia 

Crawford, E. A., Somersworth 
Crawford, John M., Manchester 
Crehore, Joseph S., Ossipee 

Cressey, John Y., Manchester 
Critchett, Luther C, Strafford 
Crosby, Charles F., Manchester 
Crosby, James J., Hebron 

Crosby, John W., Milford 

Cross, David, Manchester 

Cross, Ira, Nashua 

Cross, Levi S., Nashua 

Cross, Oliver L., Northfield 

Crowell, H. P., Manchester 

Crowell, Wra. H., Londonderry 
Crowell, William G., Salem 

Crowell, Joseph P., Windham 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 



197 



Crowley, James B., Nashua 

Cruft, George T., Bethlehem 

Cud worth, Horace, Greenfield 
Cummings, Charles E., Xashua 
Cummings, Daniel E., Colebrook 
Cummings, George A., Concord 
Cummings, G. W., Francestown 
Cummings, Stephen H., Haverhill 
Cummings, William H., Lisbon 
Currier, Andrew J., San down 
Currier, A. P. B., Belmont 

Currier, C. F. A., East Kingston 
Currier, Daniel H., Plymouth 
Currier, Edwin B., Ashland 

Currier, Ezra F., East Kingston 
Currier, Frank D., Canaan 

Currier, Frank T., Enfield 

Currier, George H., Xewport 

Currier, George W., Hopkinton 
Currier, George W., Nashua 

Currier, John, Canaan 

Currier, John F., Hopkinton 

Currier, Lewis W., Enfield 

Currier, Lorenzo W., Wentworth 
Currier, Moody, Manchester 

Currier, True W., Deerfield 

Curtice, Grovenor A., Hopkinton 
Curtis, Howard M., Newcastle 
Curtis, Jas. H., Northumberland 
Curtis, John M., HilJsboro' 

Cushman, Francis A., Plymouth 
Cutler, George J., Swanzey 

Cutter, Henry A., Nashua 

Cutter, Edward S., Nashua 

Cutter, Frederick A., Pelham 
Cutter, Julius, Jaffrey 

Cutting, Andrew J., Washington 



Daley, Daniel J., Berlin 

Dalton, Henry Q., Tilton 

Dame, Samuel S., Nottingham 
Damon, Jonas, Fitzwilliam 

Dana, George H., Newport 

Dana, Silas W., Newbury 

Dana, Sylvester, Concord 

Dane, Herman F., Nashua 

Danforth, Charles C, Concord 
Danforth, Charles S., Concord 
Danforth, Eugene H., Pittsburg 
Danforth, Parker T., Pittsburg 
Danforth, Samuel F., Franklin 
Danforth, Stephen, Freedom 

Danforth, William R., Stratford 
Daniell, Frank H., Franklin 

Daniels, Henry P., Nottingham 
Daniels, Jacob B., Manchester 
Darling, Henry H., Keene 

Darrah, William W., Bedford 
Davis, Aaron H., Hampstead 
Davis, Albert P., Warner 

Davis, Benjamin F., Lee 

Davis, Charles C, Andover 

Davis, Charles E., Alexandria 
Davis, Charles F., Bradford 

Davis, Charles J., Acworth 

Davis, Charles W., Tuftonboro' 
Davis, Eben M., Durham 

Davis, Enoch P., Sutton 

Davis, George, Harrisville 

Davis, George A., Nashua 

Davis, George G., Marlborough 
Davis, Henry H., Nashua 

Davis, Henry S., Farmington 
Davis, Hiram T., Tam worth 

Davis, Horace J., Hopkinton 



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Davis 
Davis 
Davis 
Davis 
Davis 
Davis 
Davis 
Davis 
Davis 
Davis 
Davis 
Davis 
Davis 
Davis 
Davis 
Davis 
Davis 
Davis 
Davis 
Davis 
Davis 
Davis 



Isaac, 
James M., 
James H., 
Joab N., 
John E., 
John W., 
Jr., Joseph, 
Joseph A., 
Josiah, 
Joseph, 
Leroy S., 
Murray, 
Ora C, 
Qiiincy B., 
Samuel, 
Stephen W., 
Timothy G., 
Thomas R., 
Walter J., 
Walters., 
William L., 



Canaan 

Plaistow 

Dover 

Acworth 

Warren 

Franklin 

Springfield 

Bath 

Plainfield 

Hancock 

Canaan 

Chesterfield 

Plainfield 

Colebrook 

Warner 

Warner 

Lee 

Exeter 

Berlin 

Hopkinton 

Keene 

Warner 

Haverhill 

Cornish 

Stratford 

Lebanon 

Manchester 



Willie N., 
Day, Charles H., 
Day, Edward O., 
Day, Fred N., 
Day, Henry M., 
Dean, Benjamin C 
Dearborn, BenningR., Meredith 
Dearborn, George L., Newmarket 
Dearborn, John L., Rumney 

Dearborn, Joseph I., Deerfield 
Dearborn, Josiah G., Manchester 
Dearborn, Kenson E., Bristol 
Dearborn, Rinaldo R. D., Ashland 
Dearborn, Sam'l Q., Effingham 
Demeritt, George C, Errol 

Demeritt, John L., Effingham 
Dennett, George S., Concord 



Denning, George L., Cornish 
Dennis, Joshua P., Xorthfield 
DeRochemont, C. M., Xewington 
DeRochemont, H. S., Manchester 
Dewey, Jesse E., Lebanon 

Dexter, James H., Dover 

Dickerman, George 0., Concord 
Dickerson, Frank G., Hill 

Dickey, George W., Derry 

Dickey, Jonathan H., Acworth 
Dickev, William A., Manchester 
Dimond, Gilman H., Concord 
Dinsmore, Andrew, Conway 

Dinsmore, Silas M., Keene 

Dockhara, Charles A., Gilmantou 
Dodge, Benjamin, New Boston 
Dodge, Charles B., Antrim 

Dodge, Edward B., Stoddard 

Dodge, George, Sunapee 

Dodge, George H., Acworth 

Dodge, James, Pembroke 

Dodge, James E., Manchester 
Dodge, Levi B., Littleton 

Dodge, Oliver A., Dover 

Dodge, Samuel, Portsmouth 

Dodge, William F., Whitefield 
Dolbeer, John H., Epsom 

Dole, Charles A., Lebanon 

Dole, Edmund P., Keene 

Donnelly, James, Keene 

Donovan, Charles W., Sandwich 
Donovan, Daniel B., Concord 
Donovan, Joseph M., Littleton 
Doolittle, Jos. S., Westmoreland 
Dore, Gilman P., Wakefield 

Dorr, Henry F., Sandwich 

Dorr, William T., Wolfeborough 
D'Orsay, John F., Peterborough 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 



199 



Dort, Asa C, Troy 

Doit, Obed G., Keene 

Doten, Guilford, Canaan 

Doty, Wm. J., Northumberland 
Dow, Edward, Concord 

Dow, George E., Tilton 

Dow, George P., Atkinson 

Dow, John B., Moultonborough 
Dow, Moses B., Plaistow 

Dow, Scott F., Deering 

Dow, Sumner A., Concord 

Downing, Charles H., Alton 

Downing, Eranklin, Swanzey 
Downs, Charles A., Lebanon 

Downs, Samuel D., Francestown 
Doyle, Jeremiah J., Nashua 

Drake, Alexander M., Effingham 
Drake, Benjamin F., Gilford 

Drake, Francis R., N. Hampton 
Drake, George R., Pittsfield 

Drake, Jason ^Y., Dover 

Drake, John M., Effingham 

Draper, Alvah E., Colebrook 

Drew, Asa W., Ashland 

Drew, Charles K., Somersworth 
Drew, Clement, Eaton 

Drew, Edwin W., Stewartstown 
Drew, Henry A., Strafford 

Drew, Irving W., Lancaster 

Drew, John W., Colebrook 

Drew, John W., Concord 

Drew, Walter, Colebrook 

Drew, Warren E., Colebrook 

Drowne, Fred I., Chester 

Drury, William H., Epping 

Dudley, Arthur W., Brentwood 
Dudley, David F., Concord 

Dudley, James T., Raymond 



Dudley, Jason H., Colebrook 

Dudley, John K., Gilmanton 

Dudley, Walter J., Raymond 
Dudley, Woodbury J., Candia 
Duffey, Ross C, Nashua 

Dunbar, Lorenzo A., Manchester 
Dunbar, Lorenzo D., Enfield 

Duncan, Horace, Monroe 

Duncan, John T., Plainfield 

Duncklee, Fred W., Greenfield 
Dunham, Wm. G. H., Manchester 
Dunham, William R., Keene 

Dunlap, John A., Manchester 
Dupuis, Patrick, Manchester 

Durell, Newman, Pittsfield 

Dargin, Alexander H., Rochester 
Durgin, Alex. H., Wolfeborough 
Durgin, Clark, Andover 

Durgin, George E., Dover 

Durgin, Luther P., Concord 

Durgin, Woodbury M., Exeter 
Durrell, Joseph B., Gilmanton 
Dustin, Henry D., Hopkinton 
Dustin, James M., Ellsworth 

Dustin, Ziba H., Enfield 

Duston, Thomas, Salem 

Dyer, Napoleon J., Laconia 



Eager, Charles W., 
Eastman, Charles F., 
Eastman, Charles O., 
Eastman, Daniel C, 
Eastman, Edwin G., 
Eastman, Franklin J. 
Eastman, George N., 
Eastman, Jacob C, 
Eastman, Josiah C, 
Eastman, Leavitt H., 



Manchester 

Littleton 

Claremont 

Sunapee 

Exeter 

, Northfield 

Farmiugton 

Chatham 

Hampstead 

Conway 



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Jefferson 

Concord 

Benton 

Lebanon 
Nashua 

Meredith 

Bradford 
Sutton 

Bradford 

Hancock 
Landaff 

Newport 

Manchester 

Laconia 

Lee 



Eastman, Rich B., 

Eastman, Samuel C, 

Eastman, William W., 

Eaton, Albert S., 

Eaton, Alvin S., 

Eaton, Daniel B., 

Eaton, Elisha H., 

Eaton, George C, 

Eaton, Joshua, 

Eaton, Orland, 

Eaton, Samuel A., 

Edes, Samuel H., 

Edgerly, CM., 

Edgerly, Frank, 

Edgerly, Isaiah D., 

Edgerly, James A., Somersworth 

Edgerly, James B., Farmington 

Edgerly, John A., Tuftonborough 

Edgerly, John W., Concord 

Edgerl5^ Joshua B., Farmington 

Edgerly, Reuben, 

Edwards, A. T. B., 

Ela, George W., 

Ela, James H,, 

Elder, Fabius Edwin, 

Eldridge, Ernest W., 

Elkins, Freeman B., 

Elliugwood, Aked D. 

Elliot, John H., 

Elliot, William H., 

Elliott, Charles H., 

Elliott, Ephraim, 

Elliott, Thomas, 

Ellis, William G., 

Emerson, Arthur L., 

Emerson, Charles N. 

Emerson, Daniel B., 



Gilmanton 

Chester 

Concord 

Manchester 

Nashua 

Piermont 

Concord 

Milan 

Keene 

Keene 

Rumney 

Thornton 

Webster 

Lancaster 

Chester 

Andover 

Lebanon 



Emerson, George A., 
Emerson, George H., 
Emerson, Hiram, 
Emmons, John H., 
Emerson, Moses F., 
Emerson, Robert, 
Emerson, William A., 
Emerson, William B., 
Emery, Alfred D., 
Emery, Alphonse A., 
Emery, Charles W., 
Emery, Hall B., 
Emery, John F., 
Emery, Millard F., 
Emery, Samuel, 
Emery, Samuel W., 
Emery, Warren W., 
Estes, Benjamin F., 
Evans, Alfred R., 
Everett, Charles F., 
Everett, George H., 
Everett, William G., 



Bristol 

Lancaster 

Lebanon 

D anbury 

Candia 

Nashua 

Hampstead 

Nashua 

Auburn 

Andover 

Canterbury 

Allenstown 

Andover 

Canterbury 

Lyman 

Portsmouth 

Rindge 

Dover 

Gorham 

Canaan 

Laconia 

Manchester 



Emerson, Franklin, Farmington 



Fairbanks, A. G., Manchester 
Fairbanks, Charles A., Dover 
Fairbanks, George A., Newport 
Fairbanks, George H., Newport 
Fairbanks, Henry B., Manchester 
Fairfield, Payson E., Lyme 

Fall, Horace P., Farmington 

Farley, Albert J., Hollis 

Farley, Gilman F., Goffstown 
Farley, William A., Nashua 

Farnham, Alden, Pittsburg 

Farnham, Elias L., Pittsburg 
Farnham, J. Frank, Wakefield 
Farnham, Lorenzo, Stewartstown 
Earns worth, A. A., Peterboro' 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 



201 



Farnum, Joseph, Peterborough 
Farr, Charles M., Chesterfield 
Farr, John, Littleton 

Farrington, Jere. A., Conway 
Farwell, John L., Claremont 

Farwell, Jr., John L., Claremont 
Fassett, Joseph W., Jaffrey 

Faulkner, Francis C, Keene 

Favor, Joseph W., Hill 

Fay, Harry C, Claremont 

Felch, Fred R., Derry 

Felch, Horace C., Bradford 

Felch, President, Weare 

Felch, Walter F., Acworth 

Felch, Wm. LeRoy, Winchester 
Felker, Charles F., Strafford 

Felker, Samuel D., Rochester 
Felker, William H., Rochester 



Fellows, Asa W., 



Hanover 



Fellows, Benjamin F., Sandwich 
Fellows, D. Frank, Brentwood 
Fellows, James, Henniker 

Fellows, Joseph W., Manchester 
Fellows, Scott, Haverhill 

Fellows, William B., Tilton 

Felt, Marcellus H., Hillsborough 
Fernald, Dudley S., Deerfield 
Fernald, Frank F., Dover 

Fernald, James E., Farmington 
Fernald, George W., Farmington 
Fernald, Frank F., Madbury 

Fernald, John, Orange 

Fernald, Josiah E., Concord 

Ferren, Moses A., Plvraouth 

Ferry, Harrison C, Deering 

Fersou, David S., Dunbarton 

Field, Albert, South Newmarket 
Fife, John D., Concord 



Fife, Micajah N., 
ilfield, Henry JNL, 
Fisk, Martin H., 
Fiske, John B., 
Fiske, Warren L., 
Fiske, William P., 
Fisher, Charles, 



Chatham 

Thornton 

Temple 

Chesterfield 

Dublin 

Concord 

Walpole 



Fisher, George W., Boscawen 
Fisher, John B., Keene 

Fitts, Franklin, Danville 

Fitts, John L., Candia 

Fitts, John M., Dorchester 

Flanders, Abiel C, Manchester 
Flanders, Edwin, Goffstown 

Flanders, Frank W., Danbury 
Flanders, Hiram D.,Stewartstown 
Flanders, Joseph W., Lancaster 
Flanders, George W., Nashua 
Flanders, John, Lancaster 

Flanders, John M., New Hampton 
Flanders, Jr., J. M., New Hampton 
Flanders, Mason D.,Stewartstown 
Flanders, Parker M., Hopkinton 
Flanders, Philip, Concord 

Flanders, Ransom, Londonderry 
Flanders, Sherman L., Manchester 
Flanders, Stephen H., Pembroke 
Flanders, Wm. A., Wentworth 
Flanders, William W., Wilmot 
Flavin, James W., Concord 

Flagg, George W., Keene 

Fleeman, Josiah, Wilton 

Fletcher, Benjamin S., Cornish 
Fletcher, Everett, Lancaster 

Fletcher, Fred P., Barnstead 

Fletcher, George M., Concord 
Fletcher, John, Greenfield 

Fletcher, Richard, Lancaster 



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Fletcher, Thomas M., Bethlehem 
Fling, Charles VV., Bristol 

Fling, Lewis W., Bristol 

Flint, William W., Concord 

Fogg, Alonzo J., Northwood 

Fogg, John H., Hampton 

Fogg, Wallace G., Canaan 

Foisie, JohnB., Nashua 

Follansbee, Ephraim K., Hebron 
Follansbee, P. R., Dorchester 
Follett, Charles W., Fremont 
Folsom, Charles E., Epping 

Folsom, Frank R., Laconia 

Folsom, John, Derry 

Folsom, L. Bion, Berlin 

Folsom , Nicholas L., Portsmouth 
Folsom, Orrin, Oilman ton 

Folsom, William O., Henniker 
Foote, Arthur L., Somersworth 
Foote, Charles E., Concord 

Forbes, Edmund M., Winchester 
Ford, Edward, Rochester 

Ford, George W., Dover 

Ford, Robert, Danbury 

Ford, Thomas F., Laconia 

Forehand, Chas. H., Croydon 
Forrest, Isaiah, Madison 

Forrest, James N., Northfield 
Foss, Benjamin F., Strafford 

Foss, B. Frank, Strafford 

Foss, Charles H., Dover 

Foss, Everett O., Dover 

Foss, Gorham T., Stratford 

Foss, John S., Strafford 

Foss, Mark F., Strafford 

Foss, Obadiah M., Strafford 

Foss, Rufus B., Farmington 

Foss, Stephen H., Strafford 



Foster, Charles E., 
Foster, Daniel K., 
Foster, George E., 
Foster, George W., 
Foster, Henry B., 
Foster, Hosea, 
Foster, James W., 
Foster, John, 
Foster, John E., 
Foster, John L., 
Foster, Joshua L., 
Foster, William L., 



Bedford 

Pittsfield 

Milford 

Lyman 

Concord 

Keene 

Bath 

Manchester 

Milford 

Lisbon 

Dover 

Concord 



Fountain, Wm. J., Somersworth 
Fowler, Frank A., Concord 

Fowler,Trueworthy L., Pembroke 
Fowler, Winthrop, Pembroke 
Fox, Andrew F., Auburn 

Fox, Edmund P., New Boston 
Fox, Elbridge W., Milton 

Fox, Everett F., Milton 

Fox, Jonn M., Mont Vernon 
Fox, Perley E,, Marlow 

Fox, William C, Wolfeborough 
Fracker, James A., Manchester 
Fradd, Horatio, Manchester 

Franklin, William S., Laconia 
Freeman, William P., Lancaster 
French, Arthur P., Keene 

French, Arthur P., Richmond 
French, Benjamin F., Unity 

French, Clinton, Bedford 

French, Elijah B., Loudon 

French, Fred. B., S. Ham^^ton 



French, George B., 



Nashua 



French, George B., Portsmouth 
French, George P., Rumney 

French, James B., Alton 

French, James E., Moultonboro' 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 



203 



French, John C, Manchester 
French, John H., Orange 

French, John P., East Kingston 
French, J. W., Northumberland 
French, Lowell M., Northfield 
French, Moses J., Kingston 

French, Samuel Lowell, Concord 
French, William, Sandown 

French, William C, Northfield 
Frink, Darius, ISTewington 

Frink, John S. H., Greenland 
Frisbee, Oliver L., Rye 

Frost, Abner, Weare 

Frost, George S., Dover 

Frost, Joseph P., Jaffrey 

Frost, Newton A., Hanover 

Frye, Miner G., Derry 

Fuller, Arthur O., Exeter 

Fuller, Augustus, Peterboro' 
Fuller, John A., Hopkinton 

Fuller, John Q., Keene 

Fuller, Jos. E., Westmoreland 
Fuller, Levi A., Marlborough 
Fullerton, A. A., Wolfeborough 
Furbish, Samuel S., Milan 



Gafney, Charles B., 
Gage, George H., 
Gage, Hiram J., 
Gage, Isaac K., 
Gage, Luther, 
Gale, Jonathan, 
Gale, Nathaniel S., 
Gale, Orrin S., 
Gale, Rufus E., 
Gale, Stephen H., 
Gale, Walter C, 
Gallagher, C. H., 



Rochester 

Wakefield 

Washington 

Boscaw^en 

Boscawen 

Bartlett 

Concord 

Alexandria 

Concord 

Exeter 

Newton 

Manchester 



Gallinger, Jacob H., Concord 
Gamsby, Charles D., Colebrook 
Gannett, William H., Piermont 
Gardner, Sam. R., Portsmouth 
Garland, Albra, Conway 

Garland, Benjamin C, Jefferson 
Garland, Chas. W., Hampstead 
Garland, John W., Hampstead 
Garland, S. M., Wolfeborough 
Gates, Samuel O., Keene 

Gay, Charles, Charlestown 

Gay, Thomas F., Pittsfield 

Gee, Silas M., Lenity 

George, Benj. F., Bennington 
George, Charles S., Barnstead 
George, Charles F., Goffstown 
George, Daniel A., Sunapee 

George, Dean C, Acworth 

George, Edward S., Pittsfield 
George, Gilman C, Warner 

George, Irving T., Newmarket 
George, John, Barnstead 

George, John P., Concord 

George, Stephen, Grafton 

Gerrish, Enoch, Concord 

Gerrish, E. F., New Hampton 
Gerrish, James L., Webster 

Gerry, James O., Madison 

Gibson, James L., Conway 

Gittbrd, Thomas, Gorhaui 

Gilchrist, David S., Franklin 
Gilchrist, John, Londonderry 
Giles, Horace F., Franklin 

Giles, William A. J., Concord 
Gillis, John, Manchester 

Gilman, Edward H., Exeter 

Gilman, Enoch, Orford 

Gilman, Jeremiah, Franconia 



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Oilman, Jonathan, Columbia 
Oilman, Joseph, Tamworth 

Oilman, Oliver J. M., Alton 

Oilman, Onslow P., Livermore 
Oilman, Thomas J., Woodstock 
Oilman, Virgil C, Nashua 

Oilmore, Benj. R., Colebrook 
Oilmore, OeorgeC, Manchester 
Olines, Oeorge E., Manchester 
Oodfrey, James M., Epping 
OofFe, Theodore A., Bedford 
Ooldsmith, John L,, AVolfeboro' 
Ooodall, Baxter D., Dal ton 

Ooodall, Fred E., Littleton 

Ooodall, John, Jetterson 

Ooodall, Lewis, Deerino- 

Ooodell, David H., Antrim 

Ooodel], Willis H., Littleton 

Ooodhue, Benjamin, Hancock 
Ooodhue, David P., Springfield 
Ooodhue, Fred E., Wilmot 

Goodhue, John W., Bow 

Ooodenough, John C, Littleton 
Ooodnow, E. J., AVestmoreland 
Ooodnow, Leslie H., Sullivan 
Ooodrich, C. C. P., Chesterfield 
Ooodrich, Oeo. K., Hopkinton 
Ooodrich, Oeo. W., Nottingham 
Goodrich,. Jas. H., Chesterfield 
Ooodrich, 2d, J. H., Chesterfield 
Goodrich, John H., Lyndeboro' 
Ooodrich, Mercer, Portsmouth 
Goodwin, Joseph B., Oilmanton 
Goodwin, Daniel, Mason 

Goodwin, Daniel L., Kingston 
Goodwin, David M., Manchester 
Goodwin, John O., Sandown 
Goodwin, Lewis D., Manchester 



Gordon, Oeorge C, 
Gordon, Nathaniel, 
Gordon, Savory, 
Gorrell, G. E., 
Goss, Herbert L, 
Goss, Horace F., 
Goss, Samuel L., 
Ooold, Phineas R., 
Gould, Jr., D. C, 
Gould, Daniel W., 
Gould, Edwin B., 
Gould, Fred H., 
Gould, Frederick W 
Gould, Hervey N., 
Gould, John, 
Gould, Leroy M., 



Salem 

Exeter 

Landaff 

Northfield 

Lancaster 

Grantham 

Gilford 

Littleton 

Manchester 

Peterboro^ 

Nashua 

Bradford 

, Hillsboro' 

Newton 

Colebrook 

Gilford 



Gould, Perry M., Hillsborough 
Gould, True M., Raymond 

Gove, Cyrus A., Exeter 

Gove, David, Wentworth 

Gove, Edgar H., Plymouth 

Gove, George S., Whitefield 

Gove, Ira S.' M., Whitefield 

Gove, Jonathan S., Acworth 

Gove, Samuel B., Raymond 

Gowing, Sam. E., Charlestown 
Graham, Andrew J., Gorham 
Orandy, James C, Newport 

Grant, Josej)h H., Hampstead 
Graves, E. Edwin, Boscawen 
Graves, Zebina K., Keene 

Gray, Augustus W., Bennington 
Gray, George W., Dover 

Gray, Henry, Wilton 

Gray, John, Columbia 

Greeley, Merrill, Plymouth 

Greeley, Stephen D., Hudson 
Green, Chas. C, Hampton Falls 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 



205 



Green, Clias. H. N., Hopkinton 
Green, Chauncey H., Littleton 
Green, Roland, Canterbury 

Greene, Herman W., Hopkinton 
Greene, Samuel M., Cornish 
Green, Sullivan, Berlin 

Greenfield, John, Rochester 

Greenleaf, Chas. H., Franeonia 
Greenleaf, William H., Nashua 
Green ough, Gilman, Atkinson 
Greenwood, John A., Derry 

Greenwood, N. T., New London 
Grenier, A. G., Manchester 

Griffin, Michael J., Portsmouth 
Griffin, Eben S., Raymond 

Grimes, Edward E., Piermont 
Grimes, James F., Hillsboro' 
Griswold, Charles B., Haverhill 
Griswold, Charles S., Littleton 
Grover, Benjamin F., Rochester 
Guertin, Israel L., Laconia 

Gustine, Edward, Keene 

Hackett, Charles A., Belmont 
Hackett, Wallace, Portsmouth 
Hackett, Wm. H., Portsmouth 
Hadley, Amos, Concord 

Hadlev, Charles J., Weare 

Hadley, George P., Goffstown 
Hadley, John L., Weare 

Hadley, Mark M., Hillsborough 
Hadley, Wm. E., Portsmouth 
Hadlock, John, Milford 

Hager, Frank D., Concord 

Haines, AlansonC, Newmarket 
Haines, George H., Chichester 
Haines, John N., Somersworth 
Hale, Arthur H., Manchester 



Hale, Oscar, Lancaster 

Hale, Samuel, Rollinsford 

Haley, Benjamin F., Newmarket 
Halev, Harrison, Dover 

Haley, Samuel A., Newmarket 
Halev, Levi T., Wolfeborouo-h 
Hall, Albert L., Newport 

Hall, Albina, Croydon 

Hall, Benjamin, Ncav Boston 
Hall, Charles E., Greenville 
Hall, Daniel, Dover 

Hall, Israel D., Claremont 

Hall, John B., Manchester 

Hall, John E., Landaff 

Hall, Joshua G., Dover 

Hall, Marcus M., Woodstock 
Hall, Marshall P., Manchester 
Hall, Rufus, Grantham 

Hall, Silas, Salem 

Hall, William W., Unity 

Hallaren, Robert J., Nashua 
Ham, Benjamin A., Hooksett 
Ham, Levi B., Haverhill 

Ham, Lowell, Tamworth 

Ham, Penuel C, New Durham 
Hamlin, Frank W., Charlestown 
Hamlin, Geo. W., Charlestown 
Hammond, George F., Nashua 
Hammond, Harry P., Concord 
Hammond, Ichabod, Albanv 

Hammond, Isaac W., Concord 
Hammond, John C, Bow 

Hammond, Joseph, Swanzey 
Hammond, Thos., Bridgewater 
Hanaford, S. G., Stewartstown 
Haney, Joseph, Pittsfield 

Hannaford, F. A., 

Northumberland 



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Hanscom, Justin v., Portsmouth 
Hanson, Eben, Barnstead 

Hanson, John W., Weare 

Hanson, Lewis F., Newmarket 
Hardy, Anthony C, Concord 
Hardy, Charles C, Dover 

Hardy, Charles W., Hollis 

Hardy, Daniel M., Carroll 

Hardy, George B., Hopkinton 
Hardy, Noah W., Nelson 

Hardy, Silas, Keene 

Hardy, Walter D,, Franklin 

Harmon, Chas. L., Manchester 
Harmon, Wm. F , Somersworth 
Harriman, Alfred P., Bristol 
Harriman, Milton, Colebrook 
Harriman, Ransom, Colebrook 
Harriman, Samuel M., Raymond 
Harris, Chauncey S., Merrimack 
Harris, Ira F., Nashua 

Harris, William C, Windham 
Harrison, Peleg D., Manchester 
Hartshorn, John A., Greenville 
Hartwell, Henry H., Allenstown 
Harvey, Charlie E., Pittsfield 
Harvey, Charles E., Troy 

Harvey, George K., Surry 

Harvev, H. C, Chesterfield 

Harvey, John T., Pittsfield 

Harvey, Samuel M., Columbia 
Haskell, Aaron P., Manchester 
Haskell, Francis F., Claremont 
Hastings, E. F., New London 
Hastings, Moses A., Lancaster 
Hatch, Azel, Alstead 

Hatch, Edward C, Laconia 

Hatch, Edward J., Woodstock 
Hatch, Frank M., Eaton 



Hatch, Fred S., 
Hatch, George A., 
Hatch, John, 
Hatch, Otis G., 
Hatch, Riley B., 



Exeter 

Laconia 

Greenland 

Tamworth 

Peterboro' 



Haven, Benjamin F., Newport 
Hawthorn, Carlos G., Hopkinton 
Hayes, Arthur H., Rochester 
Hayes, Charles, Alton 

Hayes, Charles C, Manchester 
Hayes, Charles C, Milton 

Hayes, Charles E., Madison 

Hayes, Charles W., Madbury 
Hayes, John, Manchester 

Hayes, Joseph, Dover 

Hayes, Joseph N., Rochester 
Hayes, Luther, Milton 

Hayes, Sidney B., Rochester 
Haynes, George F., Exeter 

Haynes, Joseph H., Manchester 
Haynes, Martin A., Gilford 

Hay ward, Hiram N., Ac worth 
Havward, Nahum O., Gil sum 
Haywood, Charles P., Temple 
Hazeltine, William, Allenstown 
Hazeltine, John B., Allenstown 
Hazeltine, Miron J., Thornton 
Hazeltine, Miron W., Plymouth 
Hazelton, Samuel, Conway 

Hazen, Charles, Manchester 

Hazen, Edgar, Hillsborough 
Hazlett, C. A., Portsmouth 

Head, James F., Bartlett 

Head, William F., Hooksett 
Heald, David, Milford 

Heald, James H., Walpole 

Healey, Dana C, Raymond 

Healey, Daniel K., Keene 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 



207 



Healey, John, Raymond 

Healy, Daniel F. , Manchester 
Healy, Michael J., Manchester 
Heard, Edwin M., Sandwich 

Heard, S. W., Washington 

Heath, Benjamin F., Warner 
Heath, Christopher S., E^DSom 
Heath, Irving M., Newton 

Heath, Isaac L., Manchester 

Heath, P. D., Stewartstown 

Henry, John H., Carroll 

Herbert, Charles W., Rmiiney 
Herbert, Hemy W., Rumney 
Hersey, Charles H., Keene 

Hersey, John S., Milton 

Hesselton, Charles, Wilton 

Hej'wood, Henry, Lancaster 
Hey wood, William, Lancaster 
Hibbard, Charles B., Laconia 
Hibbard, Ellery A., Laconia 
Hicks, Frank F., Colebrook 

Hicks, William H., Lancaster 
Hildreth, Jos. W., Manchester 
Hill, Aaron H., Portsmouth 

Hill, Charles F., Northtield 

Hill, Dana, Chatham 

Hill, Daniel C., Campton 

Hill, David H., Sandwich 

Hill, Edmund, Candia 

Hill, Gardner C., Keene 

Hill, George F., Somersworth 
Hill, Henry O., AVashington 
Hill, Hiram, Manchester 

Hill, Hiram S., Strafford 

Hill, Isaac A., Concord 

Hill, J. C. A., Concord 

Hill, Jonathan P., Gilmanton 
Hilton, Jonathan E., Sandwich 



Hills, William H., Plaistow 

Hill, John T., Dover 

Hill, Josiah F., Concord 

Hill, Paris H., Nashua 

Hilliard, George E., Cornish 
Hilliard, Hiram, Pittsburg 

Hinds, William H. W., Milford 
Hinman, Havilah B., Stratford 
Hitchcock, Alex. B., Newport 
Hoadley, George H., Gorham 
Hobart, Horace M., Columbia 
Hobbs, Frank K., Ossipee 

Hobbs, Frank P., Wolfeborough 
Hobbs, John S., New Hamilton 
Hobbs, Josiah H,, Madison 

Hobbs, W. Frank, Carroll 

Hodge, Elliott B., Plymouth 
Hodgman, Cyrus H., Lempster 
Hodgdon, George E., Portsmouth 
Hodgdon, H. F., Tuftonboro' 
Hodsdon, Thomas F.,Rollinsford 
Hodgdon, W. O. S., Tuftonboro^ 
Hodgman, John, Bedford 

Hodgman, Wm. C, Manchester 
Hoit, George E., Hillsboro' 

Hoit, George G., Meredith 

Hoitt, George B., Deerfield 

Hoitt, Charles W., Nashua 

Hoitt, AVarren E., Canaan 

Holden, Paul R., Concord 

Holland, John, Dover 

Holman, Samuel W., Hillsboro 
Holmes, Daniel G., Webster 
Holmes, Lewis W., Keene 

Holmes, Willis, Columbia 

Holt, C. Henry, Lyndeborough 
Holt, Henry H., Lyme 

Holt, Herman, Claremont 



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Holt, Hiland A., 
Holt, James, 
Holt, JohnM., 
Holt, Luther J., 
Holt, Ralph J., 
Holt, Walter S., 



Nashua 

Claremont 

New Boston 

Epping 

Keene 
Manchester 



Hooker, George P., Hinsdale 
Hopkins, Charles H., Greenfield 
Hopkins, John M., Nashua 

Horn, Peter M., Farmington 
Home, Charles F., Rochester 
Home, Charles M., Rochester 
Home, Charles W., Wakefield 
Home, Henry G., Wolfeborough 
Horton, Hezekiah F., Hinsdale 
Hosford, Charles H., Monroe 
Hosle}^ John, Manchester 

Hoskins, Luther B., Lisbon 

Hough, Harry, Dover 

Hough, Ralph, Dover 

Hovey, Isaac R., Atkinson 

Howard, Alfred T., Portsmouth 
Howard, Alonzo D., Newport 
Howard, Francis A., Gil sum 
Howard, Timothy J., Manchester 
Howe, Frank, Lisbon 

Howe, Jonathan H., Piermont 
Howe, Joseph D., Lancaster 
Howe, Rufus L., Claremont 

Hoyt, Andrew J., Exeter 

Hoyt, Arthur E., Plaistow 

Hoyt, Eben, Laconia 

Hoyt, Ebenezer, Hampstead 

Hoyt, George S., Sandwich 

Hoyt, Gilman B ., Exeter 

Hoyt, Jackson M., Newington 
Hoyt, John, Newton 

Hoyt, Lewis G., Kingston 



Hoyt, Samuel W., Portsmouth 
Hoyt, Thomas R. , Goftstown 
Hubbard, George C, Gilsum 
Huckins, John B., Madbury 

Huckins, Jonathan B . ,Holderness 
Huft; Gilman P., Hollis 

Hughes, Francis M., Ashland 
Humphrey, Stillman, Concord 
Hunt, Arthur, Woodstock 

Hunt, George W., San down 

Hunt, J. Earl, Nashua 

Hunt, James H., Nashua 

Hunt, Nathan P., Manchester 
Hunt, Oliver, Danville 

Huntington, Newton S., Hanover 
Huntington, Sewell C, Henniker 
Huntley, Ezra G., Marlow 

Hun toon, Henry B., Gilmanton 
Huntress, Eugene L. , Farmington 
Huntress, Hamlin, Moultonboro' 
Hurd, Irving A., Claremont 

Hurlbutt, Elihu, Hanover 

Hurle}^ Edward F., Albany 

Hurlin, Henry A., Antrim 

Huse, Everett B., Enfield 

Huse, Henry H., Manchester 
Hussey, Silas, Rochester 

Hussey, Webster P., Nashua 
Hutchins, Frank, Brookfield 

Hutchins, Jacob E., Concord 
Hutchins, John C, Stratford 

Hutchins, William B., Whitefield 
Hutchinson, John G., Manchester 
Hutchinson, Jotham P., Gilford 

Ide, Francis L., Claremont 

Ilsley, WingateN., Portsmouth 
Ingalls, Rufus F., Gorham 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 



209 



Ingram, Arthur H., Antrim 

Ireland, Frederick L., Dunbarton 

Jacklard, S. A.,Moultonborough 
Jackman, Lyman, Concord 

Jackson, Charles E., Cornish 
Jackson, James R., Littleton 
Jackson, John W., Haverhill 
Jackson, Milton S., Newport 
Jaclard, A. P., Moultonborough 
Jacobs, F. C, Stewartstown 



James, Charles E. 
James, Jacob F., 
James, Orrin F., 
James, Samuel D., 
James, Samuel S., 
Jameson, Charles R., 
Jameson, Nathan C, 



Laconia 

Manchester 

Thornton 

Northwood 

Northwood 

Antrim 

Antrim 



Jameson, Robert G., Colebrook 
Jameson, Thos. G., Somersworth 
Jaques, Jr., R., Northumberland 
Jeffers, Benjamin F., Columbia 
Jeffers, George C, Haverhill 
Jenkins, EjDhraim, Durham 

Jenkins, John H., Barnstead 
Jenness, Amos L., Deerfield 
Jenness, Harley E., Carroll 

Jenness, William W., Lancaster 
Jewell, Charles A., Plymouth 
Jewell, Erastus P., Laconia 

Jewell, Jefferson H., Ossipee 
Jewell, John H., Strafford 

Jewell, John TV., Strafford 

Jewell, Noah L., Groton 

Jewett, Albert H. C, Laconia 
Jewett, Frank K., Nelson 

Jewett, Jeremiah S., Warren 
Jewett, John G., Laconia 



Jewett, Matthews H., Nashua 
Jewett, Stephen S., Laconia 

Johnson, Albert B., Weare 

Johnson, Anson, Monroe 

Johnson, Jr., C. W., Camj^ton 
Johnson, Daniel, Weare 

Johnson, Frank K., Belmont 
Johnson, Frank P., Manchester 
Johnson, Harry A., Littleton 
Johnson, Henry W., Berlin 

Johnson, Hiram N., Unity 

Johnson, J. A., Lyndeborough 
Johnson, John G., Farmington 
Johnson, Marcus D., Stratford 
Johnson, Moses, Unity 

Johnson, Nathan S., Newbury 
Johnson, Newton, Portsmouth 
Johnson, Orland A., Lebanon 
Johnson, T. F., Colebrook 

Johnson, Wells H., Concord 
Johnson, William T., Milford 
Johnson, Wm. W., New Ipswich 
Jones, Eben W., Peterboro' 

Jordan, Edgar A., Colebrook 
Jones, Edward L., Deny 

Jones, Edwin A., New London 
Jones, Edwin F., Manchester 
Jones, George F., New Durham 
Jones, John F., Concord 

Jones, John Q., Marlow 

Jones, M. E., Hart^s Location 
Jones, Willard G., Rindge 

Jordan, Chester B., Lancaster 
Jordan, S. M., Stewartstown 
Joy, Timothy M., Newmarket 
Joyce, James H., Somersworth 
Judkins, Dudley W., Belmont 
Judkins, James, Tilton 



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Keach, Henry A., Columbia 

Keep, Elisha A., Merrimack 
Kelley, Cyrus K., Plymouth 
Kelley, Hemy M., Rochester 
Kelley, John D., Sanclown 

Kelley, John S., Sandown 

Kelley, Warren M., Hooksett 
Kelsea, Charles G., Lisbon 

Kelsea, Charles W., Antrim 
Kelsea, Enoch R., Columbia 
Kelsey, Alvin W., Newmarket 
Kempton, Elisha M., Newport 
Kemi^ton, Willard C, Grantham 
Kendall, Samuel Fitzwilliam 
Kendall, AVillis B., Bedford 

Kennedy, Edwin, Manchester 
Kennett, A. Crosby, Ossipee 
Kenney, Horace J., Bethlehem 
Kenney, John, Milford 

Kent, Edward R., Lancaster 

Kent, Henry O., Lancaster 

Kent, James E., Nashua 

Key, Orestes H., Kingston 

Keyes, Arthur L., Milford 

Keyes, William T., Colebrook 
Keysar, Berkley, Clarksville 
Keyser, James H., Benton 

Kidder, Daniel, Groton 

Kidder, James M., Stewartstown 
Kidder, Joseph, Manchester 

Kidder, Nathan P., Manchester 
Killey, Walter S., Manchester 
Kilburn, Henry W., Andover 
Kimball, Edward L. , Manchester 
Kimball, Edward P., Troy 

Kimball, Henry Rochester 

Kimball, John, Concord 

Kimball, John R., Pembroke 



Kimball, John S., Hopkinton 
Kimball, Moses, Plaistow 

Kimball, Oscar F., Dover 

Kimball, Warren W., Troy 

King, Dana W., Nashua 

King, Samuel, Langdon 

Kingsbury, Elbridge, Roxbury 
Kingsbury, Fred'k H., Keene 
Kingsbur}', George, Sullivan 
Kittredge, W. E., Manchester 
Kittridge, Luther Merrimack 
Knapp, Wm. D., Somers worth 
Knight, Carl E., Milford 

Knight, Charles H., Exeter 

Knight, Elmore D., Keene 

Knight, H. H., Hampton Falls 
Knight, William E., Jaffrey 

Knight, William F., Laconia 
Knowles, Charles H., Chester 
Knowles, Elijah H., Canterbury 
Knowlton, Henry, Northwood 
Knowlton, James S., Danbury 
Knowlton, Luke, Marlborough 
Knowlton, T. O., New Boston 
Knowlton, William M., Milford 
Krook, Cornelius N., Enfield 



Lacy, James S., 
Lane, George B., 
Ladd, Jr., Daniel W, 
Ladd, Fletcher, 
Ladd, Fred M., 
Ladd, Lewis A., 
Ladd, William S., 
Laighton, J. Frank, 
Lake, Charles, 
Lakin, Joshua S., 
Lambert, Colixte, 



Jaffrey 

Laconia 

, Concord 

Lancaster 

Concord 

Deerfield 

Lancaster 

Laconia 

Chichester 

Hancock 

Berlin 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 



211 



Lamprey, M. O., Oilman ton 

Lamprey, Charles M., Hampton 
Lamprey, Howell M., Hampton 
Lamos, George D., Kochester 
Lamson, LoimaB., Hinsdale 

Lane, Adoniram J., Manchester 
Lane, Albert J., Concord 

Lane, Daniel W., Manchester 
Lane, Edward A., Pittsfield 

Lane, Elisha F., Keene 

Lane, Farnmn F., Keene 

Lane, Henry H., Chester 

Lane, John G., Manchester 

Lane, Horace M., Hampton 

Lane, Sam'l D., North Hampton 
Lane, Samuel G., Concord 

Lane, Samuel W., Lee 

Lane, Thomas W., Manchester 
Laney, Levi B., Weare 

Lang, Jonathan M., Dalton 

Lang, Oscar, Stewartstown 

Lang, Paul, Orford 

Lang, Thomas M., Concord 

Lang, William P., Til ton 

Langford, Edwin C., Littleton 
Langley, Warren F., Wilmot 
Langmaid, Chas. A., Chichester 
Lantrey, Richard A., Hooksett 
Larrabee, George H., Pembroke 
Lary, Augustus, Madison 

Lary , William H . , Tamworth 
Lathe, James W., Manchester 
Law, John K., New London 

Laws, James M., Milford 

Lawrence, Orville, Dalton 

Lawrence, William F., Epping 
Layn, Charles H., Lee 

Leach, Edward G., Franklin 



Leach, James A., Nashua 

Lear, Dennis, Goshen 

Lear, Nathaniel C, Newbury 
Learned, James M., Orford 

Learned, William S., Rumney 
Leavitt, Alfred L, Hampton 

Leavitt, Almon C., Laconia 

Leavitt, Charles J., Effingham 
Leavitt, Charles J , Farmington 
Leavitt, George F., Tilton 

Leavitt, Henry M., Colebrook 
Leavitt, John W. Dover 

Leavitt, Jonathan H., Chichester 
Leavitt, Nathan H., Newmarket 
Leavitt, Thomas, Exeter 

Le Boeuf, Joseph, Manchester 
Leddy, John, EjDping 

Le Gro, James D., Andover 

Legro, John, Rochester 

Legro , Samuel H . , Lancaster 
Leighton, Albert W., Ossipee 
Leighton, E. A., Somersworth 
Leighton, William I., Concord 
Leighton, W. T., Nottingham 
Leveen, Edward, Manchester 
Lewis, Frederick W., Newport 
Lewis, Timothy H., Swanzey 
Libbv, Ezra, Warren 

Libby, Freeman C, Milan 

Libby, J. T. S., • Dover 

Libbey, Frank E., Somersworth 
Libbey, Harry C, Bethlehem 
Libbey, Jesse F., Gorham 

Linehan, John C, Concord 

Litchfield, George A., Keene 
Little, Edmund, Laconia 

Little, George A., Manchester 
Little, George P., Antrim 



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Little, George P., 
Little, Henry A., 
Little, Henry F. W., 
Little, Moses F., 
Little, Sherman, 
Little, Thomas D., 
Little, William, • 
Little, William, 
Littlefielcl, C B., 
Livingston, Chas. F., 
Livingston, F. C, 
Locke, Albert S-, 
Locke, Andrew J., 
Locke, Daniel L., 
Locke, Edwin R., 
Locke, George S., 
Locke, Irving M., 
Locke, Luther F., 
Locke, Putnam W., 
Lonergan, Patrick, 
Long, Isaac H., 
Longley, George H., 
Looney, Charles H., 
Lord, C. C, 
Lord, Francis H., 
Lord, Frank S., 
Lord, Harrison D., 
Lord, Samuel D., 
Loud, Ivory S., 
Loud, John S., 
Lougee, George G., 
Love, William, 
Lovell, Bolivar, 
Lovejoy, George E., 
Lovejoy, John B., 
Lover en, Harry E., 
Loveren, Josiah, 
Lowe, Gilbert I., 



Pembroke 

Warren 

Manchester 

Hill 

Webster 

Salisbury 

Lisbon 

Manchester 

Manchester 

Manchester 

Manchester 

Stratford 

Deering 

Epsom 

Keene 

Concord 

Barrington 

jSTashua 

Berlin 

Nashua 

Claremont 

Peterboro' 

Milton 

Hopkinton 

Ossipee 

Ossipee 

Manchester 

Manchester 

Wakefield 

Eaton 

Rye 

Hampstead 

Walpole 

Littleton 

Milan 

Hillsboro' 

Antrim 

Milton 



Lowell, Edgar L, 
Lowell, George G., 
Lovell, Henry A., 
Loveland, Israel A., 
Lovering, Samuel B. 
Luce, George A., 
Luce, George A., 
Luce, Thomas D., 
Lull, Albert, 
Lull, Nathaniel A., 
Lund, Nathaniel F., 
Luther, Sidney P., 
Lyford, James O., 
Lyman, Edward E., 
Lyman, George, 



Orange 

Dover 

Alstead 

Gilsum 

, Loudon 

Colebrook 

Columbia 

Manchester 

Nashua 

Washington 

Concord 

Pittsburg 

Concord 

Keene 

Milton 



Mack, Robert C, Londonderry 
Mack, Ryland J., Raymond 

Madder, Max Joseph, Keene 
Magill, John E., 
Magoon, Geo, R., 
Mahurin, Charles, 
Mann, Edward F., 
Mann, Ezra B., 
Mann, George W., 
Mann, Orman L. , 
Manahan, Martin J., 
Manahan, Valentine, 
Manahan, Wm. H., 
Manning, Israel B., Wolfeboro' 
Mansfield, Chas. B., Winchester 
Marble, Dana G., Hillsborough 
Harden, Charles F., New Boston 
Marden, David, New Boston 

Harden, Francis A., Nashua 
Marden, John F., New Boston 
Marden, John M., Concord 



Manchester 

Stewartstown 

Stratford 

Haverhill 

Haverhill 

Benton 

Benton 

Lancaster 

Enfield 

Hillsboro' 



Mark, Luther W. F. 



Gilsum 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 



213 



Marlow, JoseiDli S., Livermore 
Marshall, Anson S., Concord 
Marshall, Antipas P., Lancaster 
Marshall, Daniel, New Ipswich 
Marshall, Daniel R., Nashua 
Marshall, Sam'lH., Portsmouth 
Marshall, Thos. E., Greenville 
Marston, Cyrus F., Chester 

Marston, John D., Rye 

Marston, John N., Manchester 
Marston, Moulton H. , Sandwich 
Martin, Fred. H., Manchester 
Martin, Henry S., Keene 

Martin, James H., Wolfeboro' 
Martin, Samuel H., Laconia 

Martin, Warren, Allenstown 
Marvell, Daniel K., Milford 

Marvin, T. E. O., Portsmouth 
Mason, Benj. M., Moultonboro' 
Mason, Charles, Marlborough 



Mason, George A., 



Monroe 



Mason, Chas. H., Moultonboro' 
Mason, Jas. B., Westmoreland 
Mason, Larkin D., Tamworth 
Mason, Milton D., Dublin 

Mason, Nicholas W. , Sandwich 
Mason, Thomas B., Tamworth 
Mason, AVilliam, Madison 

Mason, W. H. H., Moultonboro' 
Mason, William M., Concord 
Mason, William P., Walpole 
Mathes, Ebenezer L, Rochester 
Mathes, Hamilton A., Durham 
Mathes, John A., Newmarket 
Mathes, John W., Wakefield 



Mathes, Samuel H. 



Dover 



Mathews, George B., Franklin 
Matthews, H. J., Manchester 



Matthews, Joseph S., Concord 
Maxwell, Wm. H., Manchester 
Maynard, Jos. B., Manchester 
Mayo, George A., Alstead 

Mayo, William A., Sandwich 
McAllister, Chas., Londonderry 
McAllister, Geo. I., Manchester 
McAllister, Henry, Manchester 
McAllister, J., Londondeny 
McClintock, John N., Concord 
McClure, Alex. G., Danville 
McCrillis, John, Newport 

McCrillis, John A., Manchester 
McCrillis, William H., Newport 
McCutchins, L., New London 
McDaniels, Charles, Si3ringfield 
McDaniel, V. H., Dover 

McDuffee, Charles G., Chester 
McGregor, Charles, Nashua 
McGregor, John L., Whitefield 
Mclntire, Alexander, Littleton 
Mclntire, Charles E., Lancaster 
McLitire, Horatio, Nelson 

McLitire, N. T., Lyndeborough 
Mcllvin, John, Washington 

McKean, Albert, Nashua 

McKean, Frank A., Nashua 
McKean, Henry L., Manchester 
McKeene, J. Leavitt, Acworth 
McLane, Niel, New Boston 

McLane, Rodney, New Boston 
McMahon, Robert, Pittsfield 
McMahon, Roberts, Dover 

McMurphy, Nelson W., Concord 
McNorton, Hugh, Conway 

McQuesten, Charles R., Nashua 
McQuesten, Eugene F., Nashua 
McQuesten, F. A., Manchester 



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McQuesten, Isaac, Litcliliekl 
Mead, John G., North wood 

Means, Charles T., Manchester 
Melcher, J. B., Northumberland 
Melcher, Woodbury L., Laconia 
Melendy, William E., Andover 
Mellows, Aaron L., Newmarket 
Mellows, Daniel C, Farmington 
Meloon, Charles L., Nashua 

Melvon, Wm. A., Newcastle 
Mendum, Chas. H., Portsmouth 
Merrick, Henry E., Henniker 
Merrill, Abraham H., Salem 
Merrill, Albert J., Chester 

Merrill, Daniel T., Pembroke 
Merrill, Darius, Concord 

Merrill, Edwin C, Alexandria 
Merrill, George B., Newton 
Merrill, Isaac D., Hopkinton 
Merrill, James B., Hudson 

Merrill, James F., Warren 

Merrill, John T., Pembroke 

Merrill, Lyman, Rumney 

Merrill, Miles J., Nashua 

Merrow, Arthur P., Freedom 
Meserve, Arthur L., Bartlett 
Meserve, George W., Jackson 
Meserve, Charles R., Dover 

Messenger, A. G., Randolph 
Metcalf, John O., Washington 
Miles, Charles S., Carroll 

Miller, Ira, Milton 

Miller, James A., New Durham 
Miller, John R., Peterboro' 

Milliken, Andrew J., Wakefield 
Mills, Frank B., Dunbarton 

Mills, John B., Manchester 

Mills, John C, Dunbarton 



Miner, Austin W., Whitefield 
Miner, Lawrence J., Whitefield 
Miner, Seth R., Lyman 

Miner, Willie W. R., Lyman 
Minot, Josiah, Concord 

Mitchell, Abraham M., Ac worth 
Mitchell, Andrew J., Lempster 
Mitchell, John M., Concord 

Mitchell, William H., Littleton 
Moffett, Charles Lisbon 

Montgomery, Joseph, Derry 
Mooar, George F., Manchester 
Mooar, Jacob W., Manchester 
Mooar, John, Manchester 

Mooar, Walter L., Hollis 

Moody, Andrew J., Barrington 
Moody, John C, Strattbrd 

Mooney, Benjamin H., Ossipee 
Mooney, Ira, Belmont 

Moore, George, Derry 

Moore, Henry, Goftstown 

Moore, Henry W., Candia 

Moore, James D., Middleton 
Moore, John L., Lancaster 

Moore, John T., Manchester 
Moore, Orren C., Nashua 

Moorehouse, Edwin, Tilton 

Morey, G. H., Hart's Location 
Morey, Hiram D., Wentworth 
Morgan, Fred H., Seabrook 

Morgan, Hiram B., Chesterfield 
Morgrage, Charles, Goftstown 
Morrill, Albe, Hooksett 

Morrill, Charles F., Manchester 
Morrill, George E., Manchester 
Morrill, F. P., New Hampton 
Morrill, Frank L, Hopkinton 
Morrill, George P., Canterbury 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 



215 



Movrill, Luther S., Concord 

Morrill, Obacliah, Concord 

Morrill, Thomas J., Grantham 
Morrill, William B., Exeter 

Morris, James H., Concord 

Morrison, Chas. H., Barnstead 
Morrison, Charles R., Concord 
Morrison, Isaac H., Deerfield 
Morrison, J. S., Bridgewater 
Morrison, Leonard A., Windham 
Morrison, MortierL., Peterboro' 
Morse, Augustus P., Chester 
Morse, Benjamin R., Newbury 
Morse, Charles A., Newmarket 
Morse, Charles P., Pembroke 
Morse, George A., Boscawen 
Morse, Harry C, Newbury 

Morse, Harry M., Lisbon 

Morse, Jeremiah, Newbury 

Morse, John M., Gorham 

Morse, John W., Bradford 

Morse, Joseph P., Portsmouth 
Morse, Julius N., Keene 

Morse, Samuel, Hampstead 

Morse, William T., Chester 

Morse, William T., Weare 

Morton, William H., Rollinsford 
Moulton, John C, Laconia 

Moulton, Gilman, Sandwich 

Moulton, A. M., Hampstead 
Mower, Lewis L., Concord 

Mow^er, Nahum W., Jaffrey 

Mudgett, Levi H., Gilmanton 
Mullikin, Alfred A., Ra3'mond 
Murray, Charles O., Nashua 
Murray, George W., Canaan 
Murray, Orlando D., Nashua 
Murray, Timothy, Newmarket 



Muzzey, Carlton W., Dummer 
Muzzey, Richard T., Newbur}^ 

Nash, John B., Conway 

Nason, Abijah U., Rochester 
Nason, William F., Dover 

Neal, A. J., South Newmarket 
Neal, Charles W., Meredith 

Neally, Andrew, Tam worth 

Neal, Thomas, Portsmouth 

Neal, William M., Auburn 

Nelson. Arthur W, L,, Rindo-e 
Nelson, Charles W., Campton 
Nesmith, Charles S., Merrimack 
Nesmith, George W., Franklin 
Nevens, Charles D., Cornish 
Nevins, Wm, P., Londonderry 
Newell, Charles S., Haverhill 
Newell, Eben. S., Rollinsford 
Newell, Henry E., Derry 

Newell, J. H. T., Hillsboro^ 

Newell, John P., Litchfield 

Newell, Samuel T., Salem 

Newhall, W. H. B., Manchester 
Newton, James E., Hill 

Newton, Wm. F., Newport 

Nichols, A. J., Newmarket 

Nichols, Jesse, Goffstown 

Nichols, Joseph, Manchester 
Nickerson, Alonzo, Tamworth 
Nickerson, John H., Tamworth 
Nickerson, Jonathan, Tamworth 
Niles, Arthur J., Dover 

Noonau, Stephen, Claremont 
Norris, A. F. L., Concord 

Norris, George W., Concord 
Norris, Herbert F., Manchester 
Norris, John A., Dorchester 



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Norris, True L., 
NoiTis, Woodiii G., 
Norton, William K., 
Nourse, George "W., 
NoAvell, Edward E., 
Now ell, George D., 
Noyes, Frank G., 
No3^es, Ilarrj' H., 
Noyes, Hiram, 
Noyes, John B., 
Noyes, John W., 
Noyes, Moses C, 
Noyes, Oliyer H., 
Noyes, William C, 
Nute, Alonzo I., 
Nute, Eri F., 
Nutt, Josepli H., 
Nutting:, John H., 
Nutter, Eliphalet S., 
Nutter, John P., 



Portsmouth 

Epping 

Concord 

Newport 

Rollinsford 

Rochester 

Nashua 

I^andatl' 

Lisbon 

Berlin 

Chester 

Bethlehem 

Ilenniker 

Atkinson 

Farmington 

Farmington 

IManchester 

Candia 

Concord 

Concord 



Oakes, John N., 
Ober, Frank H., 
O'Connor, Chas. A. 
O'Connor, D. F., 
O'Connor, John, 
Odell, Josepli L., 
Odell, Joseph W., 
Odlin, James W., 
•Odlin, Woodbridge 
O'Donnell, T. J., 
Olcott, (icorge, 
Olin, John F., 
Oliyer, Nathl Y., 
O'Neill, John, 
Ordway, Charles H 
Ordway, John G., 
Ordway, Nelson, 



Littleton 

JNIerrimack 

, Manchester 

Manchester 

Gorham 

Gilford 

Greenland 

Exeter 

, Concord 

Manchester 

Charlestown 

Lyman 

IVIanchester 

Exeter 

, , Cone ord 

Hampstead 



Orne, Augustus G., 
Orne, Arthur S., 
Osgood, Addison N . 
Osgood, A. C, 



Middleton 

Wentworth 

, Pembroke 

Manchester 



Osgood, Charles S., Canterbury 



Osgood, Frank D., 
Osgood, Frederic B., 
Osgood, Henry I., 
Osgood, Herbert S., 
Osgood, Jr., Joel F., 
Otis, Ai D., 
Owen, Alanson, 



. Pittslield 

Conway 

Loudon 

Claremont 

Amherst 

Farmino-ton 

Stewart stown 



Owen, Augustus L, Gilford 

Owen, Frederick L., Lebanon 
Owen, Reese, Seal) rook 



Page, Amos B., 
Page, Calyin, 
Page, John C., 
Page, John F., 
Page, Joseph B., 
Page, Samuel B., 
Page, Sam. K., 
Page, Samuel S., 
Page, Samuel T., 
Page, W. A., 
Page, Walter H., 
Paine, Edward H., 
Paine, Rufus H., 



Manchester 

Portsmouth 

Meredith 

Littleton 

Grafton 

Hayerhill 

Warner 

Hopkinton 

Hayerhill 

Center Harbor 

Portsmouth 

Manchester 

Pemljroke 

Exeter 



Paine, William IL, 

Palmer, D. B., Tuftonborough 

Palmer, John R., Barrington 

Palmer, William IL, Portsmouth 

Parker, Benj. M., Portsmouth 

Parker, Charles D. 

Parker, Charles F., 

Parker, Charles S., 

Parker, Daniel H., 



Nashua 

Wolfeboro' 

Concord 

Dunbarton 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 



217 



Parker, David T., Farmington 
Parker, Edward E., Nashua 

Parker, Edward T., DeiTV 

Parker, Frank W., Derry 

Parker, Rosea W., Clareaiont 
Parker, John, Litchtield 

Parker, John M., Gottstown 

Parker, Joseph, Lisbon 

Parker, Joseph B., Nashua 

Parker, Osman. Franconia 

Parker, Riva F., Whitetield 

Parker, Samuel S., Farmington 
Parker, Walter M., Manchester 
Parker, Wilbur F., Franconia 
Parker, Wm. T., Merrimack 
Parshlev,Auo^ustine S., Rochester 
Parsliley, John D., Rochester 
Parsons, Charles, P^ffingham 
Parsons, Daniel J., Rochester 
Parsons, James J., Colebrook 
Parsons, John, Freedom 

Parsons, John W., Portsmouth 
Parsons, Josiah, Swanzev 

Parsons, Thomas A., Derr}- 

Parsons, Thomas J., Rye 

Patch, Hiram. Francestown 

Pattee, John C, Stratford 

Pattee, Jesse B., Manchester 
Pattee, Wyman, Enfield 

Patten, D. W., "Westmoreland 
Patten, George C, Deering 

Patten, Joseph L., Whitefield 
Patten, Wm. X., Westmoreland 
Patten, Willis C, Manchester 
Patterson, George W., Bristol 
Patterson, James W., Hanover 
Patterson, Joab N., Concord 
Patterson, J. D., Manchester 



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Paul, Geo. O.. S. Xewmarket 
Paul, George W., Claremont 
Paul, H. Jenness, S. Newmarket 
Payne, George S., Livermore 
Payson, Fred L., Gorham 

Peabodv, L. W., Henniker 

Pearson, Edwin O., Concord 
Pearson, Enoch W., Nashua 
Pearson, George B., Nashua 
Pearson, James B., Eppin 

Pearson, John C, Boscawen 
Pease, Bertis A., Nashua 

Pease, Henry H., Ellsworth 

Peaslee, Daniel G., Bradford 
Peaslee, Francis, Pittstield 

Peaslee, John S., Newton 

Peaslee, J. Albert, Bradford 
Peaslee, Robert, Weare 

Peaslee, Robert J., Manchester 
Peaslee, Walter S., Laconia 

Peavey, Charles F., Greenfield 
Peavey, George S., Greenfield 

' Peck, Solon A., Lebanon 

Pemberton, Charles K., Keene 
Pender, John, Portsmouth 

Pendexter, G. W., Portsmouth 

I Pendleton, Aubrey M., Milford 

i Penniman, James A., Plymouth 
Perham, Geo. F., Nashua 

Perkins, Benjamin F., Bristol 
Perkins, Cyrus F., Jackson 

Perkins, David, Manchester 

Perkins, David P., Manchester 
Perkins, David W., Manchester 

i Perkins, Edward T., Nashua 



Perkins, George E., 



Bow 



Perkins, Jeremiah L., Loudon 
Perkins, Nathan R., Jefferson 



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Perkins, OrinH., Londonderry 
Perkins, Paul, Straiford 

Perkins, Robert S., Tilton 

Perkins, William, Manchester 
Perkins, Winslow T., Dover 
Perkins, Zebina C, Tilton 

Perley, Joseph F., Enfield 

Perley, Lewis S., Laeonia 

Perry, Calvin B., Fitzwilliam 
Perry, Edward D., Manchester 
Perry, Francis A., Keene 

Perry, Horace A., Walpole 

Perry, Jose^^h G,, Keene 

Perry, True J., Manchester 

Perry, William II., Newport 
Peters, Francis R., Winchester 
Pettingill, Benjamin, Salisbury 
Pevare, Carlos G., Andover 

Phelps, Gurley A., Jaffrey 

Philbrick, Emmons B., Rye 

Philbrick, E. W., East Kingston 
Philbrick, George J., Freedom 
Philbrick, George S., Tilton 

Philbrick, J. Harvey, Candia 
Philbrick, Joseph D., Andover 
Philbrick, Munroe H., Belmont 
Philbrick, Sumner E., Wllmot 
Philbrook, A. E., Shelburne 

Philbrook, Lester, Laeonia 

Phillips, Francis H., Goffstown 
Phillips, Frank B., Littleton 
Phipps, James S., Milan 

Pickering, J. A., Newington 
Pickard, Samuel C, Canterbury 
Pickering, D. N., Portsmouth 
Pidgin, William C, Dover 

Pierce, Benjamin, Jaffrey 

Pierce, David R., Somersworth 



Pierce, Frank H., Hillsboro' 

Pierce, Frederick S., Jaffrey 
Pierce, George W., Winchester 
Pierce, J. Minot, Jaffrey 

Pierce, Kirk D., Hillsboro' 

Pierce, Mark W., Bartlett 

Pierce, Wm. S., Somersworth 
Pike, Alonzo F., Haverhill 

Pike, Charles P., Hillsboro' 

Pike, Chester, Cornish 

Pike, John S., Exeter 

Pike, Joseph A., Stark 

Pike, Robert G., Dover 

Pike, William T., Stark 

Pillsbuiy, C. S., Londonderry 
Pillsbury, John J., Tilton 

Pillsbury, Leonard H., Derry 
Pillsbury, Moody A., Webster 
Pillsbury, R. J., Bridgewater 
Pillsbury, Rosecrans W., Derry 
Pillsbury, W. S., Londonderry 
Pillsbury, W. W., Merrimack 
Pilsbury, Thomas A., Concord 
Pingree, John H., Rochester 
Pinkham, D. C, Lancaster 

Pinkham, Joseph, Newmarket 
Piper, Charles F., Wolf eborough 
Piper, Frank J . , Manchester 
Piper, Fred A., Concord 

Piper, Henry C, Dublin 

Piper, Isaiah, Belmont 

Pitman, Andrew J., Bartlett 
Pitman, Chas. H., Farmington 
Pitman, George W. M., Bartlett 
Pitman, Joseph, Bartlett 

Pitman, Lycurgus, Conway 

Pitman, Noah T., Barnstead 
Pitman, William, Bartlett 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 



219 



Platts, Charles F., Rinclge 

Plummer, Bard B., Milton 

Plummer, Daniel E., Lee 

Plummer, Joseph, Milton 

Plummer, N. G., Meredith 

Plummer, William A., Canaan 
Pollard, Rolan D., Lempster 
Poole, Joel H., Jaffrey 

Poor, John C, Stewartstown 
Poor, Ruel W., Littleton 

Poor, William W., Derry 

Porter, Albert E., Ashland 

Porter, Francis, Lyme 

Porter, Joseph E., Dover 

Porter, Windsor R., Lancaster 
Powers, Elias, Croydon 

Powers, Samuel A., Conway 
Pratt, Leonard B., Lisbon 

Pray, Thomas M., Dover 

Prescott, Abraham J., Concord 
Prescott, Alfred Gilmanton 

Prescott, Arah W., Hooksett 
Prescott, Benjamin F., Epping 
Prescott, George D. B., Concord 
Prescott, Geo. W., Manchester 
Prescott, J. Irville, Meredith 
Prescott, John W., Hooksett 
Prescott, Lucien W., Warren 
Prescott, True E., Gilford 

Pressler, Adolph W., Keene 
Preston, Andrew P., Portsmouth 
Preston, F. W., New Ipswich 
Preston, George C, Henniker 
Preston, John, New Ipswich 
Preston, W. A., New Ipswich 
Priest, James, Derry 

Prindall, F. W., Wolfeborough 
Proctor, Alexis, Franklin 



Proctor, Amos J., Sharon 

Proctor, David E., Wilton 

Proctor, Frank, Franklin 

Proctor, Nathan L. , Farmington 
Pulsifer, Jeremiah O., Amherst 
Pulsifer, Thomas S., Campton 
Purington, George W., Albany 
Putnam, Andrew J., Wilton 

Putnam, Henry E., Walpole 
Putnam, Jacob, Wilton 

Putnam, S. B., Manchester 

Putne3% Charles E., Webster 
Putney, Edward D., Antrim 
Putney, Fred, Sutton 

Putney, Heni-y M., Manchester 

Quaid, Joseph B., Dover 

Quailes, Samuel D., Ossipee 

Quimby, Andrew E., Salisbury 

Quimby, Henry B., Gilford 

Quimby, Herman H., Sandwich 

Quimby, Ivan W., Lancaster 

Quint, Alonzo H., Dover 

Quint, Levi C, Conway 



Ramsdell, George A., 
Ramsey, Abram A., 
Ramsey, Ira A., 
Rand, Jacob B., 
Rand, William, 
Rand, AVilliam A., 
Randall, Stephen S., 
Randlett, Clarence B. 
Randlett, James E., 
Rawson, Frank A., 
Ray, John C, 
Ray, Ossian, 
Ray, Robert A., 



Nashua 

Wilton 

Littleton 

Concord 

Rochester 

Seabrook 

Keene 

Concord 

Concord 

Newport 

Manchester 

Lancaster 

Concord 



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Raynsford, Joel F., Plainfielcl 
Redfield, Henry A., Dover 

Reed, "Willard, Springfield 

Remick, Daniel C, Littleton 
Remick, James W., Littleton 
Remick, Levi E., Tamworth 

Reynolds, Hiram S., Windham 
Reynolds, Peter J., Nashua 

Reynolds, Thomas O., Kingston 
Rice, Edward C, Franklin 

Rice, Jonas C, Keene 

Rice, Josiah M., Stoddard 

Richards, James B., Sutton 

Richards, Setli M., Newport 
Richards, S. P. E., Salem 

Richardson, Caleb, Nashua 

Richardson, Charles, Amherst 
Richardson, Charles B., Hollis 
Richardson, C. L., Manchester 
Richardson, Edw'd, Newmarket 
Richardson, E. P., Manchester 
Richardson, Everett S., Littleton 
Richardson, Jacob B., Acworth 
Richardson, James E., Lisbon 
Richardson, James H., Dover 
Richardson, J. M., Chesterfield 
Richardson, L., Fitzwilliam 

Richardson, Miron, Londonderry 
Richardson, 0., Tuftonborough 
Richardson, Samuel, Claremont 
Richardson, Sidney, Cornish 

Richardson, W., Londonderry 
Richardson, Wm. A., Littleton 
Richardson, W.P., Londonderry 
Ricker, Ira S., New Durham 
Ricker, Oliver P., Dover 

Riddle, George W., Manchester 
Riddle, John A., Bedford 



Riddle, Silas A., Bedford 

Rider, John E., Portsmouth 

Rider, Thomas H., Portsmouth 
Riedel, Ferdinand, Manchester 
Rigney, James H., Concord 

Riley, Charles H., Orford 

Ring, Ellery B . , Pittsfield 

Ring, Philander, Wilton 

Ripley, Franklin, Troy 

Risley, Lewis E., Piermont 

Rixford, William H,. Barnstead 
Robb, James M., Stoddard 

Robbins, Jr., Isaiah, Nashua 
Roberts, Daniel, Stark 

Roberts, David G., GofistoAvn 
Roberts, John P., Somersworth 
Roberts, Joseph D., Rollinsford 
Roberts, Samuel W., Wakefield 
Robertson, Charles, Tamworth 
Robertson, John E., Concord 
Robie, F. W. A., Plymouth 

Robie, George A., Hooksett 
Robie, Horace G., Canaan 

Robie, N. H., Hampton Falls 
Robie, Samuel P., Londonderr}' 
Robins, Joseph E., Littleton 
Robinsoi], Benj. F., Littleton 
Robinson, Frank L., Concord 
Robinson, Henry, Concord 

Robinson, John F., Brookfield 
Robinson, J. W., Brentwood 
Robinson, Mark M., Laconia 
Robinson, Perley, Fremont 

Robinson, Saml D., Pembroke 



Rogers, Charles C, 



Tilton 



Rogers, Harvey M., Plymouth 
Rogers, James W., Goshen 



Rogers, John H., 



Surry 



JUSTICES OP THE PEACE. 



221 



Rolfe, Abial, Concord 

Kolfe, Abial W., Concord 

Rolfe, Henry P., Concord 

Rolfe, John M., Concord 

Rolfe, Robert H., Concord 

Rollins, Amos L., Alton 

Rollins, Benjamin R., Meredith 
Rollins, Edward H., Concord 
Rollins, Frank W., Concord 

Rollins, Frank M., Gilford 

Rollins, Rodney M,, Bedford 
Rollins, Samuel W., Meredith 
Rollins, William H., Portsmouth 
Rollings, Gilbert ^Y., Grafton 
Ross, William C, Hebron 

Rossiter, M. S., Claremont 

Rotch, Albert A., Amherst 

Rotch, William B., Amherst 
Rowe, AmoS T., Kensington 
Rowe, Charles T., Effingham 
Rowe, Jefterson C, Portsmouth 
Rowe, John, Candia 

Rowe, Jonathan, Newbury 

Rowell, Clark F., Keene 

Rowell, Franklin P., Newport 
Rowell, Hiram L., E. Kingston 
Rowell, James M., Lancaster 
Rowell, John H., Franklin 

Rowell, Jonathan R., Hill 

Rowell, Roland Manchester 

Rowell, William S., Lancaster 
Ruggles, Edward R., Hanover 
Rumery, Aldo M., Ossipee 

Rundlett, George S., Epping 
Rundlett, William F., Exeter 
Runnels, Cyrus, Concord 

Runnells, David F., Nashua 

Russell, Chas. J., Somersworth 



Russell, Charles L., Sunapee- 
Russell, Ira W., Keene 

Russell, James, Mason 

Russell, Wm. F., Somersworth 
Rust, John H., Wolf eboro ugh 
Ryan, Jr., James, Dover 

Ryder, Bayard C., Manchester 

Sabine, William C, LemjDster 
Saltmarsh, Warren C, Bow 

Sanborn, Abner J., Manchester 
Alden F., Fremont 
Benjamin M., Laconia 
Benning, San down 

C. H., Hampton Falls 
Charles P., Concord 
Charles W., EjDpin 



Sanborn 
Sanborn 
Sanborn 
Sanborn 
Sanborn 
Sanborn 
Sanborn 
Sanborn 
Sanborn 
Sanborn 
Sanborn 
Sanborn 
Sanborn 
Sanborn 
Sanborn 
Sanborn 
Sanborn 
Sanborn 
Sanborn 
Sanborn 
Sanborn 
Sanborn 
Sanborn 
Sanborn 
Sanborn 
Sanborn 
Sanborn 



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Cyrus K., 
David O., 

E. B. S., 
Edward H 

F. B., 
George, 
George S., 
Geo. W., 

G. D., 
G. M., 
Harvey, 
Jacob B., 
Jacob W., 
Jesse D., 
John A., 
John W., 
John W., 
Joseph B., 
Josiah B., 
Levi W., 
Lucratus M 



Rochester 

Alban}^ 

Franklin 

, Campton 

Sandown 

Sandown 

Sandown 

Gilmanton 

Manchester 

Manchester 

Unity 

Tilton 

Claremont 

Webster 

Thornton 

Kingston 

Wakefield 

Loudon 

Concord 

Loudon 

Loudon 



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Sanborn, Peter, Hampton 

Sanborn, Bicliard H., Gilford 
Sanders, Benjamin H., Sharon 
Sanders, Calvin, Dover 

Sanders, George A., Tilton 

Sanders, George B., Chester 
Sanders, George W., Gilford 
Sanders, Israel L., Ossipee 

Sanderson, W. S. P. , Gilmanton 
Sargent, Bailey, Danville 

Sargent, C. S., New London 
Sargent, Charles P., Thornton 
Sargent, Frank P., Laconia 



Sargent, F. S., 



Nashua 



Sargent, Frank W., Manchester 
Sargent, Harrison B., Warner 
Sargent, Harry G., Concord 

Sargent, James M., Sutton 

Sargent, Jonathan E., Concord 
Sargent, Joseph P., Concord 
Sargent, Luther, Canterbury 
Sargent, Lyman N., Grantham 
Sargent, Seth C., Grantham 

Sarsons, Eleazer L., Acworth 
Saunders, Benjamin, Nashua 
Saunders, Henry C., Claremont 
Saunders, James E., Peterboro' 
Saunders, John M., Nashua 

Sanders, Lyman P., Grantham 
Savage, Alfred W., Greenfield 
Savage, Horace B., Tilton 

Sawtelle, Warren F., Bindge 
Sawyer, A. Judson, Newton 
Sawyer, Alfred, Jaffrej" 

Sawyer, Almus B., Woodstock 
Sawyer, Charles H., Dover 

Sawyer, Edmund F., Lyme 

Sawyer, Frederick W., Milford 



Sawyer, Harvey B., Manchester 
Sawj^er, Joseph B., Manchester 
Sawver, Oliver D., Weare 

Sawyer, Beuben M., Nashua 
Sawyer, William H., Littleton 
Scott, Charles, Peterborough 
Scott, James H., Nelson 

Scribner, Eugene W., Berlin 
Scruton, John E., Wakefield 
Seabury, Edwin K., WaljDole 
Seavey, Arthur J., Somersworth 
Seavey, George E., Windham 
Seavey, James C, Tuftonboro' 
Secomb, Daniel F., Concord 
Severance, J. W., Chichester 
Severance, Sargent F., Sandwich 
Shackford, Albert T., Barnstead 
Shackford, Alfred M., Canaan 
Shackford, Charles H., Conway 
Shackford, Jesse F., Conway 
Shannon, Jonathan C, Laconia 
Shannon, Josiah S., Manchester 
Shannon, Edwin H., Pittsfield 
Shapleigh, J. B., Somersworth 
Shapleigh, R. W., Somersworth 
Shapley, J. Hamilton, Exeter 
Shattuck, Charles E., Brookline 
Shattuck, Gilman C, Nashua 
Shattuck, Nathaniel H., Concord 
Shattuck, Tyler M., Nashua 

Shaw, Arthur L., Holderness 
Shaw, Christopher C, Milford 
Shaw, Horatio C, Milford 

Shaw, John, Salisbury 

Shaw, Perl eyE., Holderness 
Shaw, Weare N., Kensington 
Shaw, William E., HaA'erhill 
Shepard, Emory N. , Concord 



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223 



Shepard, George N., Epping 
Shei^ard, Omar L., Concord 

Shepard, Samuel D., Manchester 
Shepherd, Frederick J., Derry 
Sherbm-ne, Walter A., Ossipee 
Shorey, Charles H., Gorhara 
Shurtleff, A. J., Concord 

Shiirtletf, L. O., Stewartstown 
Shurtleif, Wm. H., Colebrook 
Shute, Charles, Thornton 

Shute, Henry A., Exeter 



Sias, George B., 



Ossipee 



Sibley, Lewis A., Moultonboro' 
Silloway, Isaac W., Kingston 
Silsbee, Roswell W., Claremont 
Silsby, Arthur W., Concord 

Simes, John U., Milton 

Simmons, All^ionR., Manchester 
Simonds, Walter F., Alexandria 
Simpson, Albert E., Windham 
Simpson, Chester, Littleton 

Simpson, Clinton B., Rumney 
Simpson, Oliver E., Rumney 
Simpson, Thomas E., Deerfield 
Sinclair, Charles A. , Portsmouth 
Sise, John, Portsmouth 

Sise, William H., Portsmouth 
Sisson, Alfred S., Cornish 

Sisson, William H., Cornish 

Sleeper, Charles H., Gilford 
Sleeper, S. B., Alexandria 

Sleeper, Madison, Exeter 

Sleeper, Wm. F., Manchester 
Sloan, William W., Amherst 
Small, Dennis P., Manchester 
Smart, Ansel C, Concord 

Smart, John J. , Stratham 

Smith, Aaron, Harrisville 



Smith, Albert L., 
Smith, Alden B., 
Smith, Andrew S., 
Smith, Charles G., 



Rumney 

Derry 

Concord 

Haverhill 



Smith, Chas. J., Mont Vernon 
Smith, Charles N., Somersworth 
Smith, Daniel, Holderness 

Smith, David H., New Hampton 
Smith, Edward M., Alstead 

Smith, Elijah, Canaan 

Smart, Elmer J., Freedom 

Smith, Ezra M., Peterborough 
Smith, Fielding, Lancaster 

Smith, George E., Nottingham 
Smith, George H., Gilford 

Smith, Henry C, Londonderry 
Smith, Hollis K., Franklin 

Smith, Isaac, Deering 

Smith, Isaac W., Manchester 
Smith, Jeremiah, Dover 

Smith, Jeremiah E., Northfield 
Smith, John B., Hillsborough 
Smith, John C, Salisbury 

Smith, Joseph E., Alton 

Smith, Noah O., Nottingham 
Smith, Norman G., Littleton 
Smith, OrvilleP., Centre Harbor 
Smith, Rufus, Littleton 

Smith, Stephen D., Canaan 

Smith, Thomas P., Sunapee 

Smith, Thomas R., Thornton 
Smith, Thomas V., Woodstock 
Smith, Walter H., Barrington 
Smith, Waterman, Manchester 
Smith, William H., Lancaster 
Smyth, Frederick, Manchester 
Snow, Edwin, Eaton 

Snow, Lewis, Columbia 



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Snow, Silas, Eaton 

Somes, George R., Laconia 

Southworth, H. H., Littleton 
Spencer, William, Chatham 

Spofford, Charles, Aiibm-n 

Spalding, Charles W., Hudson 
Spalding, Edward, Nashua 

Spalding, Geo. T., Merrimack 
Spalding, John A., Nashua 

Spalding, John S., Mason 

Spalding, William E., Nashua 
Spalter, Frank B., Jaffre}^ 

Spaulding, Charles S., Hollis 
Spaulding, Frank W., Epping 
Spaulding, Jonathan M., Temple 
Spaulding, M. D., Winchester 
Spaulding, Temple E., Berlin 
Spencer, James W., Colebrook 
Spencer, Junius A., Plainfield 
Spiller, Arthur P., Manchester 
Spofford, Chas. B., Claremont 
Spofford, John T., Manchester 
Spooner, Joel, Franconia 

Spring, Arthur L., Lebanon 

Spring, John L., Lebanon 

Stackpole, Paul A., Dover 

Stalbird, Leroy S., Lancaster 
Staniels, Charles E., Concord 
Staniels, RufusP., Concord 

Stanley, James R., Troy 

Stark, George, Nashua 

Starrett, David, Greenfield 

Stearns, Ezra S., Rindge 

Stearns, George W., Rindge 

Stearns, Minot, Wilmot 

Stearns, AVilliam, Manchester 
Stearns, Wm. B., Manchester 
Stearns, W. Byron, Manchester 



Steele, John H., Peterborough 
Sterns, William, Dover 

Stevens, Adoniram J., Rumney 
Stevens, Albert C, Littleton 
Stevens, Benjamin F., Goftstown 
Stevens, Calvin P., Milan 

Stevens, Chas. C. S., Brentwood 
Stevens, Charles H., Effingham 
Stevens, Charles S., Manchester 
Stevens, Daniel L., Manchester 
Stevens, David, Deerfield 

Stevens, Ebenezer, Meredith 
Stevens, Edwin A., Rollinsford 
Stevens, George E., Lancaster 
Stevens, George H., Deerfield 
Stevens, George M., Lancaster 
Stevens, George W., Manchester 
Stevens, Henry W., Concord 
Stevens, Joseph L., Manchester 
Stevens, Lyman D., Concord 
Stevens, Moses I., Salisbury 

Stevens, Oliver W., Rumney 
Stevens, Robert I. , Milan 

Stevens, William J., Kingston 
Stevenson, Joseph, Wolfeboro' 
Steward, Richard W., Antrim 
Stewart, Reuben, Keene 

Stickney, Jos. A., Somersworth 
Stickney, Walter H., Epping 
Stickney, William W., Exeter 
Stiles, Charles A., Wilton 

Stinson, Wm. H., Mont Vernon 
Stockwell, George S., Lancaster 
Stokes, John K., Epsom 

Stokes, Orrin B., Londonderry 
Stone, Charles F., Laconia 

Stone, Edwin C, Franklin 



Stone, George R., 



Franklin 



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225 



Stone, George W., Andover 

Stone, James G., Londonderry 
Stone, Melvin T., Troy 

Stone, Stephen D., Plainfiekl 
Stone, Warren A., Pittsfield 

Stone, William A., Concord 

Story, Alfred, Goffstown 

Story, David B., Laconia 

Story, Isaac, Hopkinton 

Story, Josei)li C, Plymontli 

Stowell, Alfred S., Derry 

Straw, Herman F., Manchester 
Straw, James B., Manchester 
Streeter, Frank S., Concord 

Streeter, Herman O., Surry 

Strong, Ephraim B., Orford 

Sturoc, William C, Sunapee 
Stmtevant, Frank C., Lebanon 
Sturtevant, John W., Keene 

Sulloway, Cyrus A., Manchester 
Sullivan, John H., Allenstown 
Sullivan, Patrick H., Nashua 
Sullivan, T. C. O., N'th'mb'rl'nd 
Sumner, George A., Hill 

Sumner, Otis F., Gotfstown 

Swain, George, Nashua 

Swain, Hosea S., Meredith 

Swallow, Stillman, Nashua 

Swan, Darling S., Winchester 
Swazey, Nathl M., Haverhill 
Sweatt, John D., Allenstown 
Swett, Stephen R., Canaan 

Symonds, William F., Hancock 

Taft, Herbert J., Greenville 
Taft, James, Greenville 

Taft, James S., Keene 

Taggart, D. Arthur, Goffstown 

15 



Taggart, James G., Goflstown 
Talpey, Chas. W., Farmington 
Tappan, Frank M., Bradford 
Tarbell, C. F., Lyndeborough 
Tarbell, Joel H., Lyndeborough 
Tash, George W., Dover 

Tasker, A. Birnay, Sandwich 
Tasker, Elmer H., Sandwich 
Tasker, Elisha S., North wood 
Tasker, Ezra, Northwood 

Tasker, William, Pittsfield 

Taylor, Benj. F., Effingham 

Taylor, Bert A., Dalton 

Taylor, Charles F., Effingham 
Tavlor, David W., Freedom 

Taylor, Frederick, Nelson 

Taylor, James C, Derry 

Taylor, J. M., Sanbornton 

Taylor, Levi W., Salem 

Taylor, Matthew H., Salem 

Taylor, Moses L., Danbury 

Taylor, Prentiss W., Hinsdale 
Taylor, T. Frank, Effingham 
Taylor, William M., Littleton 
Tebbetts, Charles W., Dover 
Tebbetts, Orran W., Laconia 
Temple, Edalbert J., Hinsdale 
Templeton, John, Exeter 

Tenney, David M., Groton 

Tennev, Edwin P., Winchester 
Tewksbury, C. E., Stewartstown 
Tewksbury, David A., N". Boston 
Tewksbury, George N., Warner 
Tewksbury, Moor R., Bath 

Thissell, William F., Goshen 
Thom, Isaac, Salem 

Thompson, Ai B., Concord 

Thompson, Arthur, Warner 



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Thompson, Cyrus A., Grantham 
Thompson, Edwin P., Belmont 
Thompson, Hezek'h, Barrington 
Thompson, Lncien, Durham 

Thompson, Moses P., Salisbury 
Thompson, Robert, Warner 

Thompson, True W., Laconia 
Thompson, William F., Conway 
Thrasher, Ned, Rindge 

Tlirasher, Wallace P., Plainfield 
Thurston, Alden S., Alstead 

Thurston, David H., Errol 

Thurston, David M., Madison 
Thurston, Josiah, Freedom 

Thurston, J. W., Effingham 

Thyng, Charles D., N. Hampton 
Ticknor, James G., Lebanon 
Tilden, Leonard E., Marlboro' 
Tilton, Edwin A., Portsmouth 



Til ton, George W., 



Eppin 



Tilton, Laurin C, Bridge water 
Tilton, Nathan B., E. Kingston 
Tilton, Sewell D., Raymond 
Tillotson, John B., Nashua 

Titus, Osman P., Lyman 

Todd, George E., Concord 

Todd, Nathaniel, New London 
ToUes, Almon D., Somersworth 
Tolles, James H., Nashua 

Tolles, Jason E., Nashua 

Tolles, Willard C, Nashua 

Tompkins, Frank S., Dover 

Toplift', Elijah M., Manchester 
Tower, Charles H., Canaan 

Towle, George H., Newport 

Towle, Charles B., Kingston 
Towle, George H., Deerfield 
Towle, J. Warren, Exeter 



Towne, Edward B., Nashua 

Towne, Hosea, Marlow 

Towne, John, Newport 

Townsend, John W., Lisbon 
Treadwell, Wm. S., Peterboro' 
Trevitt, John, Mont Vernon 

Trickey, James C, Whitefield 
Trickey, Joseph B., Jackson 
Trickey, Joseph S., Northwood 
Truesdell, Edm'd E., Pembroke 
Tubbs, Alvin, Deering 

Tubbs, George E., Gorham 

Tuck, Andrew J., Nashua 

Tuck, Nathaniel E., E. Kingston 
Tuck, N. A. F., Brentwoud 

Tucker, Arthur, Gilford 

Tucker, Benjamin F., Concord 
Tucker, Edward M., Canaan 
Tucker, Frederick M., Haverhill 
Tucker, George W., Bradford 
Tucker, John M., Pittsfield 

Trulan, John G., Whitefield 

Trussell, Benjamin P., Orford 
Tufts, George F., Harrisville 
Tupper, Freeman E., Nashua 
Turner, George H., Bethlehem 
Tutherly, Wm. E., Claremont 
Tuttle, Adolphus D,, Hancock 
Tuttle, Daniel E., Barnstead 
Tuttle, Hiram A., Pittstield 

Tuttle, James P., New Boston 
Tuttle, John, Farmington 

Tuttle, Rufus E., Nottingham 
Tuttle, William S., Winchester 
Twiss, Jesse B., Jaffrey 

Twitchell, Albert S., Gorham 
Twitchell, George S., Dummer 
Twitchell, Ransom A., Milan 



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227 



Twitchell, Virgil V., Gorham 
TAvohey, James, Stratford 

Twombly, Allen, Rochester 

Twombly, Charles H., Strafford 
Twombly, F. C, Manchester 
Twombly, N. C, Strafford 

Tyrrel, Georo^e A., Alstead 

Underbill, George F., Concord 
Underbill, Haz en R., Derry 

Underbill, John , Chester 

Upton, Hiram D., Manchester 
Upton, Samuel, Goffstown 

Vaille, Jr., Henry R., Hinsdale 
Van Fassel, John N., Dover 
Varney, A. H., S. Newmarket 
Varney, George W., Dover 

Varney, Joshua, Dover 

Varney, Philander, Rochester 
Vaughan, Edwin, Claremont 
Vaughn, Michael J., Portsmouth 
Veasey, Joseph H., Deerfield 
Viall, Herbert B., Charlestown 
Vincent, George L., Berlin 

Vittum, Stephen, Laconia 

Wadleigh, Elijah, Wakefield 
Wadleigh, James A., Warner 
Wadley, Benjamin, Gilford 

Wadsworth, David, Manchester 
Wadsworth, Samuel, Keeue 

Waite, Albert S., Newport 

Waite, Otis F. R., Claremont 
Walcott, Robert T., Hopkinton 
Waldron, Dudley B., Rochester 
Walker, Arthur L., Manchester 
Walker, Dana S., Rindge 



Walker, Frank G., Manchester 
Walker, George H., Grantham 
Walker, Henry F., Rochester 
Walker, James P., Merrimack 
Walker, John S-, Claremont 

Walker, Joseph B., Concord 
Walker, Josej)h E., Grafton 

Walker, Ora L., Newport 

Walker, Reuben E., Concord 
Wallace, Frank E., Rochester 
Wallace, Frank P., Candia 

Wallace, Robert M., Milford 
Wallace, William A., Canaan 
Ward, Daniel S., Dover 

Warden, Alexander, Monroe 
Ware, Alonzo A., Swanzey 



Warren, George E., 



Epsom 



Warren, George H., Manchester 
Warren, Leander D., Lyme 

Warren, Lewis W., Lyme 

AVarren, Osman B., Rochester 
Washburne, Benjamin F., Lyme 
Wason, Edward H., Nashua 
Wason, George A., New Boston 
Waterhouse, Wm., Barrington 
Watson, Henry P., Haverhill 
Watson, Irving A., Concord 
Watson, Jas. C, Wolfeborough 
Watson, L. W., Centre Harbor 
Watson, Porter B., Littleton 

Watson, Wm. F., Nottingham 
Watterson, A. J., Newmarket 
Watts, Albion P., Pittsburg 

Way, William E., Franklin 

Weare, John M., Seabrook 

Weatherbee, Herbert E., Rindge 
Webber, Brooks K., Hillsboro' 
Webber, Edm. M,, Somersworth 



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Webber, Ned D., Hillsboro' 

Webster, Benj. K., E. Kingston 
Webster, Charles F., Keene 

Webster, Charles H., Nashua 
Webster, Charles W., Boscawen 
Webster, Daniel D., Boscawen 
Webster, Edw.K., Pittsfield 
Webster, Geo. B., East Kingston 
Webster, Horace, Wilmot 

Webster, John, Meredith 

Webster, John C, Danbury 

Webster, John M., Chester 

Webster, J. Frank, Concord 

Webster, Kimball, Hudson 

Webster, Samuel, Kingston 

Weed, Charles H., Claremont 
Weed, William M., Sandwich 
AVeeks, Abel M., Piermont 

Weeks, Edgar, Ossipee 

Weeks, Enoch K, Haverhill 

Weeks, Frank, Ossipee 

Weeks, Fred P., Woodstock 

Weeks, George W., Laconia 

Weeks, George W., Manchester 
Weeks, James W., Lancaster 
Weeks, John W., Greenland 

Weeks, Jonathan B., Concord 
Weeks, Joseph D., Canaan 

Weeks, Nathan O., Wakefield 
Weeks, William B., Lebanon 
Welch, John T., Dover 

Welch, William H., Lebanon 

Wellington, Joel, Rindge 

Wellington, Leonard, Keene 

Wellman, Albert E., Cornish 
Wellman, Chas. F., Washington 
Wellman, George, Hinsdale 

Wellman, Jerry P., Keene 



Wells, Chris. H., Somersworth 

Wells, Curtis A., Lisbon 

Wells, Eugene A., Enfield 

Wells, George, Haverhill 

Wells, George W., Lisbon 

Wells, J. Henry, Lisbon 

Wells, John W., Belmont 

Wells, Walter C, Belmont 

Wendell, Daniel H., Exeter 

Wendell, Henry F., Portsmouth 

Wentworth, Frank P., Rochester 

Wentworth, Fred, Somersworth 

Wentworth, H. L., Moultonboro' 

Wentworth, J. Q. A., Rollinsford 

Wentworth, Joseph, Concord 

Wentworth, M. C., Jackson 

Wentworth, N., Somersworth 

Wentworth, Paul, Sandwich 

Wentworth, S. D., Rochester 

Wentworth, Wesley, Colebrook 

West, Walter E., Manchester 

Westgate, Nat'l W., Haverhill 

Westgate, Tyler, Haverhill 

Westgate, Wm. T., Haverhill 

Weston, George W., Exeter 

Weston, James A., Manchester 

Weston, William H., Lisbon 

Wetherbee, Myron S., Haverhill 

Weymouth, Henry A., Andover 

Wheeler, Benjamin R., Salem 

Wheeler, Charles, New Ipswich 

Wheeler, Daniel B., Lempster 

Wheeler, Dodd P., Loudon 

Wheeler, Ebenezer T., Hollis 

Wheeler, Edmund, Newport 

Wheeler, Edward O., Littleton 

Wheeler, Giles, Concord 

Wheeler, 2d, G.W., New Ipswich 



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229 



Wheeler, John W., Salem 

Wheeler, Philip C, Warner 

Wheeler, William R., Salem 

Wheelock, George D., Keene 
Wheelock, O. R., Fitzwilliam 
Whidden, B. F., Lancaster 

Whipple, S. L., Manchester 

Whipple, Thomas J., Laconia 
Whitcher, Ira, Haverhill 

Whitcher, Moses, Landaff 

Whitcher, Ward P., Lisbon 

Whitcomb, Joseph G., Andover 
Whitcomb, Samuel F., Colebrook 
White, Charles A., Ossipee 

White, Curtis, Concord 

White, Daniel K., Manchester 
White, Daniel M., Peterboro' 
White, Frank A., Bow 

White, Frederick L., Bethlehem 
White, Henry D., Concord 

White, William O., Gilford 

Whitehouse, Chas. S., Rochester 
Whitehouse,P.P., South Hampton 
Whitney, Charles H., Keene 

Whitney, George H., Nashua 
Whitney, Imri S., New Boston 
Whitney, John C, Littleton 

Whittaker, Thos. H., Salisbury 
Whittemore, Aaron, Pembroke 
Whittemore, Arthur G., Dover 
Whittemore, A. F., Colebrook 
Whittemore, B. B., Nashua 

Whittemore, Fred Nashua 

Whittemore, G. A., Bennington 
Whittemore, John, Colebrook 
Whittemore, S. B., Colebrook 
Whit ten, Nathan B., Holderness 
W^hittier, Josiah H., Rochester 



Whittier, Phillip, Newton 

Whittier, S. C, Portsmouth 

Whittiker, Charles H., Conway 
Whittiker, Nathan, Conway 

Wiggin, Arthur H,, Somersworth 
Wiggin, John O., Strath am 

Wiggin, Samuel B., Sandwich 
Wiggins, John, Springfield 

Wiggins, Martin H., Springfield 
Wight, Isaac C., Dummer 

Wight, J. Howard, Dummer 

Wilcox, William R., Nashua 

Wilder, Charles, Peterborough 
Wilder, Christopher W., Conway 
Wilder, George S., Hinsdale 

Wilder, George S., Ossipee 

Wilder, Horace W., Bethlehem 
Wilder, Theodore G., Tilton 

Wilder, William W., -Newton 
Wilkins, Aaron S., Amherst 

Wilkins, Alonzo, Danbury 

Wilkins, Elijah R., Concord 

Wilkins, Wesley J., Piermont 
Willand, Arthur J., Wolfeboro' 
Willand, Hezekiah, Wolfeboro' 
Willard, Isaac, Orford 

Williams, Charles, Manchester 
Williams, James H., Warren 

Williams, Jared L, Lancaster 
Willis, George W., Swanzey 

Willis, Harlan S., Warner 

Willson, Edward T., Farmington 
Wilson, Henry H., Canaan 

Wilson, James L., Ashland 

Wilson, Moody K., Pembroke 
Wilson, Newton H., Manchester 
Wilson, Oliver P., Dunbarton 
Wilson, Oscar J., Gilsum 



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Wilson, William G., Kingston 
Winslow, Sherburne J., Pittsfield 



Wood, Alban P., 
Wood, Albert F., 
Wood, AlonzoH., 
Wood, Charles F. 
Wood, George D., 
Wood, James A., 
Wood, John C. L 
Wood, Rosto O., 
Wood, Wright, 
Woods, Edward, 
Woodbury, Daniel P., 
Woodbury, Frank D., 



Lebanon 

AVatefield 

Weare 

Rollinsford 

Hillsborough 

Acworth 

Conway 

Manchester 

Winchester 

Bath 

Weare 

Concord 



Woodbury, Gilman, Goffstown 
Woodbury, Jas. T., Francestown 
Woodcock, Volney, Swanzey 

Wooddell, E. W., Claremont 
Woodman, Aaron, Franklin 

Woodman, Chas., Bridgewater 
Woodman, Charles W., Dover 
Woodman, Daniel S., Strafford 
Woodman, Edgar H., Concord 
Woodman, Wm. T., Manchester 
Woodrow, F. H., Colebrook 

Woodrow, Henry W., Colebrook 
Woodward, Clement J., Keene 
Woodward, Don H., Keene 

Woodward, Frank R., Hill 

Woodward, George, New London 
Woodward, George E., Wilmot 
Woodward, Haze, Lancaster 

Woodward, Ira E., Lancaster 
Woodward, Josiah N., Nashua 
Woodward, AVilliam A., Laconia 
Woolson, Augustus A., Lisbon 



Wooster, Hazen F., Canaan 

Worcester, Franklin, Hollis 

Worcester, Horace L., Rochester 
Worthey, Franklin, Carroll 

Wright, Charles E., Littleton 
Wright, Chas. W., Somersworth 
Wright, Edward M., Gorham 
Wright, Hartwell, Washington 
Wright, Jerome E., Keene 

Wright, Newell C, Haverhill 
Wright, Virgil A., Keene 

Wright, Wilbur F., Nashua 

Wright, William, Richmond 

Wright, William H., Belmont 
Wright, William H., Newport 
Wright, 2d, Wm. H., Newport 
Wyatt, Oliver, Dover 

Wyatt, Otis C, Northfield 

AVyatt, Walter C, Tilton 



Yeaton, George A.. 
Yeaton, George H., 
Yeaton, Henry D., 
Yeaton, Nahum, 
Yeaton, William, 
York, Dennis B., 
Young, Aaron, 
Young, Andrew J., 
Young, Charles, 
Young, George L., 
Young, Jacob D., 
Young, John, 
Young, John C, 
Young, Timothy B,, 
Young, H. D. F., 
Youngman, Alden, 



Wakefield 

Rollinsford 

Dover 

Rochester 

Concord 

Milan 

Portsmouth 

Dover 

Clarksville 

Ossipee 

Madbury 

Sunapee 

Gilford 

Easton 

Lancaster 

Merrimack 



NOTARIES PUBLIC. 



This list probably contains the names of some persons deceased and of 
some persons who have removed from the State. Xo report of deaths or 
removals from the State of such officers is made to the secretaiy's office. 



Abbot, Carl, 
Abbott, Henry, 
Abbott, Sewall W., 
Adams, George H., 
Albin, John H., 
Andrews, Frank P. 
Andrews, John H., 
Armington, W. N., 
Averill, Clinton S., 

Bailey, Charles A., 
Bailey, Harry F., 
Baker, Charles E., 
Baker, E. D., 
Baker. Elliot W., 
Bales, George E., 
Barnard, Daniel, 
Barnard, James E., 
Barker, Albert, 
Barrett, Alien J., 
Barrett, George W., 
Barrett, Greenleaf K., 
B arrett, James J., 
Bartholomew, A. S., 
Bartlett, Charles H., 
Bartlett, Greenleaf C. 
Bartlett, James P., 



Gorham 

Winchester 

Wolfeboro' 

Plymouth 

Henniker 

Concord 

Manchester 

Whitefield 

Milford 

Lancaster 

Colebrook 

Bethlehem 

Claremont 

Antrim 

Wilton 

Franklin 

Franklin 

Colebrook 

Littleton 

Littleton 

Derry 

Littleton 

Plaiufield 

Manchester 

, Derry 

Portsmouth 



Keene 

Exeter 

Walpole 

Dover 

Franklin 

Pittsfield 

Manchester 



Batchelder, Alfred T., Keene 
Batchelder, Chas.E,, Portsmouth 
Batchelder, Nath'l M., Pittsfield 
Beal, Joseph R., 
Belknap, William H., 
Bellows, Joshua G., 
Benn, George W., 
Bennett, Robert W., 
Berry, Frank B., 
Bisco, Charles E., 
Bixby, Augustus H., Francestown 
Blake, Amos J., Fitzwilliam 

Blake, Hiram, Keene 

Blanchard, George S., Pembroke 
Bond, Herbert W., Charlestown 
Bowers, Arthur E., Nashua 

Branch, Oliver E., Weare 

Bracket!, John M., Wolfeborough 
Brennan, James F., Peterboro' 
Brigham, Hosea W., Winchester 
Briggs, James F., Manchester 
Brown, Elisha R., Dover 

Brown, Samuel F., Concord 

Buckley, Will P., Littleton 

Bufford, Marcellus, Portsmouth 
Burke, Fred A., Manchester 

Burleigh, Alvin, Plymouth 



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Burleigh, Wm. R., Somersworth 



Burley, Daniel S., 
Burnham, Henry E., 
Burns, Charles H., 
Butler, George S., 
Buxton, Mark R,, 
Byington, Charles E. 



Milton 

Manchester 

Wilton 

Pelham 

Nashua 

Exeter 



Caldwell, Wallace, Goffstown 
Campbell, John C, liillsboro' 
Carpenter, Edwin H., Manchester 
Carroll, Henry, Tamworth 

Cartland, Charles S., Dover 

Cass, William T., Tilton 

Cate, John G., Wolfeborough 
Cavis, Harry M., Concord 

Chandler, George B., Manchester 
Chapman, George W., Haverhill 



Chase, Arthur H., 
Chase, Charles P., 
Chase, Frederick, 
Chase, Ira A., 
Chase, William M., 
Chandler, John M. 



Concord 
Hanover 
Hanover 
Bristol 
Concord 
Manchester 



Chamberlin, Robert N., Berlin 
Chellis, Burt, Claremont 

Cilley, Bradbury P., Manchester 
Clark, Benjamin F., Manchester 
Clark, David F., Manchester 

Clarke, Frank G., Peterborough 
Clark, Moses, Wilton 

Clough. Charles E., Belmont 

Clough, Lucien B., Manchester 
Cochrane, W. H. D., Nashua 

Cofran, Frank A., Carroll 

Cook, Frank D., Gilford 

Colby, Albert P., Londonderry 
Colby, Ira, Claremont 



Conant, Horace H., 
Coolidge, Henry O., 
Cooper, Charles E., 
Copeland, Osman B., 
Corning, Benjamin H 
Corning, Charles R., 
Cotton, Arthur E., 
Cram, Charles T., 
Crippen, Henry J., 
Cruft, George T., 
Cummings, G. W., 
Cutter, Edward S., 
Cutter, Henry A., 



Orford 

Keene 

Lebanon 

Plymouth 

Littleton 

Concord 

Northwood 

Pittsfield 

Concord 

Bethlehem 

Francestown 

Nashua 

Nashua 



Davis, Albert P., 
Davis, Charles F., 
Davis, Henry H., 
Davis, Israel B., 
Davis, Walter S., 
Dearborn, John E., 
Dearborn , Joseph P . , 
Dearborn, Ken son E., 
Dewey, Jesse E., 
Dodge, George, 
Dodge, James E., 
Dodge, Oliver A.. 
Donovan, Daniel B., 
Drew, Walter, 
Drury, William H., 
Dudley, David F., 
Dudley, Jason H., 
Duncan, John T., 



Warner 

Bradford 

Nashua 

Bath 

Flopkinton 

Nashua 

Canterbury 

Bristol 

Lebanon 

Newport 

Manchester 

Dover 

Concord 

Colebrook 

Epping 

Concord 

Colebrook 

Plainfield 



Eastman, Albert H., Colebrook 
Eastman, Franklin J., Northfield 
Eastman, Samuel C, Concord 
Eaton, Frederick A., Nashua 
Edgerly, James A., Somersworth 



NOTARIES PUBLIC. 



233 



Edgerly, James B., Farmington i 

Elliott, Alonzo, Manchester | 

Emery, John W,, Portsmouth 

Emery, Samuel W., Portsmouth 
Evans, Alfred K, Gorham 

Farwell, 2d, Geo. N., Claremont 
Farwell, Jr., John L., Claremont 



Farwell, John L., 

Farlev, William A., 

Faulkner, Francis C. 

Felch, Fred Pv., 

Fellows, Chris. C, 

Fernald, Josiah E., 

Fiske, William P., 

Flanders, Wm. A., 

Fling, Charles W., 

Fling, Lewis W., 

Forbes, Edmund M., Winchester 

Foster, Leonard P., Manchester 

Foss, Charles H., Dover 

Fox, Elbridge W., Milton 

Fox, William C, Wolfeborough 

French, George B., Nashua 

Fuller, Arthur O., Exeter 



Claremont 

Nashua 

Keene 

Derrj' 

Sandwich 

Concord 

Concord 

Went worth 

Bristol 

Bristol 



Fuller, John A. 



Contoocook 



Gafney, Charles B., Rochester 

Gage, Isaac K., Boscawen 

George, Gilman C, Warner 
Gilpatrick, H. C, Somers worth 

Gleason, George W., Dublin 

Godfrey, James M., Epping 

Goggin, W. H., Manchester 

Goodwin, Daniel, Mason 

Gordon, George C., Salem 

Goss, John A., Pittsfield 



Gould, Edwin B., Nashua 

Gould, True M., Raymond 

Green, Chauncey H., Littleton 

Guild, William A., Milford 

Hackett, Wm. H., Portsmouth 
Hackett, Wallace, Portsmouth 
Haley, Harrison, Dover 

Hale, Calvin, Dover 

Hallett, Herbert K., Littleton 
Ham, Thomas, Gilford 

Hammond, Isaac W., Concord 
Hastings, Moses A., Lancaster 
Hatch, John, Greenland 

Hatch, Oscar C, Littleton 

Hatch, Riley B., Peterboro' 

Hazelton, John B., Suncook 

Hazlett, Charles A., Portsmouth 
Heath, Isaac L., Manchester 

Hersey, Charles H, Keene 

Herbert, Samuel, Rumney 

Hill, Isaac A., Concord 

Hildreth, Charles F., Allenstown 
Hilliard, George E., Cornish 

Hoitt, Charles W., Nashua 

Hoitt, IraB., North wood 

Holt, Henry H., Lyme 

Holt, Herman, Claremont 

Hosford, Charles H., Monroe 

Howard, Alfred F., Portsmouth 
Howard, Timothy J., Manchester 
Hoyt, Lewis G., Kingston 

Hughes, Francis M., Ashland 
Huntington, N. S., Hanover 

Hunt, Nathan P., Manchester 
Huse, Everett B., Enfield 

Hutchius, Francis D., Lancaster 



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James, Jacob F., 
Jenness, Gilman H., 
Jewett, Stephen S., 
Johnson, Perley A., 
Johnson, Thomas F. 
Jones, John F., 

Knight, Carl E., 

Ladd, Seneca A., 
Lamson, Loima B., 
Lane, Daniel W., 
Lane, Samuel G., 
Lang, Paul, 
Leavitt, Almon C, 
Leigh ton, E. A., 
Lewis, Frederick AV. 
Livingston, F. C, 
Livingston, Wm. G., 
Lord, Charles C, 
Lord, Samuel D., 
Lovell, Bolivar, 



Manchester 

Rye 

Laconia 

Newport 

, Colebrook 

Hopkiuton 

Milford 

Meredith 

Hinsdale 

Manchester 

Concord 

Orford 

Laconia 

Somersworth 

Newport 

Manchester 

Peterboro' 

Hopkinton 

Manchester 

Walpole 



Mann, Ezra B., Haverhill 

Martin, Frederick H., Manchester 
Martin, Henry S., Keene 

Martin, Nathaniel E., Concord 
Marshall, Daniel R., Nashua 

Marshall, Samuel H., Portsmouth 



Mason, Wallace L., 
McDaniel, V. H., 
McDuffee, John, 
McKean, Albert J., 
McKean, Frank A., 
McLane, Rodney, 
Merrill, Miles J., 
Minot, James, 
Mitchell, William H., 



Keene 

Dover 

Rochester 

Nashua 

Nashua 

New Boston 

Nashua 

Concord 

Littleton 



Morrill, Charles F., 
Morrill, Luther S., 
Morrison, Mortier L., 
Morse, John F., 
Morton, AVilliam H., 
Murray, Timothy, 
Murray, George W., 

Neil, Thomas, 
Niles, Arthur J., 
Nims, Oscar G., 
Nor^^is, True L., 
Noyes, John W., 
Nutting, John H., 



Manchester 

Concord 

Peterboro' 

Bath 

Rollinsford 

Newmarket 

Canaan 

Portsmouth 

Dover 

Keene 

Portsmouth 

Chester 

Candia 



Olcott, George, Charlestown 

Osgood, Alpheus C, Manchester 
Osgood, F. B., Conway 



Page, Calvin, 
Page, John C, 
Page, Samuel B., 
Page, Samuel K., 
Parker, Benj. M., 
Parker, Charles F., 
Parker, Hosea W., 
Parker, Walter M., 
Parsons, Frank N., 
Parsons, James J., 
Parsons, Warren, 
Pattee, Jesse B., 
Peabody, James G., 
Perkins, Albert A., 
Perkins, Zebina C, 
Philbrick, Emmons 
Pierce, Fred. S., 
Pierce, George R., 
Pike, Robert G., 



Portsmouth 

Meredith 

Haverhill 

Warner 

Portsmouth 

Wolfeboro' 

Claremont 

Manchester 

Franklin 

Colebrook 

Rye 

Manchester 

Monroe 

Somersworth 

Tilton 

B., Rye 

Jaffrey 

Nashua 

Dover 



NOTARIES PUBLIC. 



235 



Piper, Frank N., 
Pitman, G. W. M., 
Plumer, Henry M., 
Poole, Joel H., 
Porter, Royal H., 
Prescott, George W 
Preston, AVm. A., 
Proctor, Alexis, 
Proctor, Frank, 

Quinby, Henry B., 



Stratford 

Bartlett 

Rochester 

Jaffrey 

Keene 

,, Manchester 

New Ipswich 

Franklin 

Franklin 



Rand, Jacob B., 
Rand, William, 
Redfield, Henry A., 
Reeves, Edgar F., 
Remick, Charles G., 
Remick, Daniel C, 
Richardson, Charles, 
Richardson, David F 
Rich, Charles L., 
Rider, John E., 
Rider, Thomas H., 
Riddle, John A., 
Roby, Harley B., 
Robinson, Henry, 
Rogers, Charles C, 
Rolfe, Abiel, 
Rotch, Albert A., 
Rumery, Aldo M., 

Sanborn, Cyrus K,, 
Sanborn, David O., 
Sanborn, E. B. S., 
Sanborn, Edson W., 
Sargent, Harry G., 
Sawyer, Frederick T. 
Seabury, Edwin K., 



Gilford 

Concord 

Rochester 

Dover 

Laconia 

Concord 

Littleton 

Amherst 

,, Benton 

Jaffrey 

Portsmouth 

Portsmouth 

ISIanchester 

Concord 

Concord 

Tilton 

Concord 

Amherst 

Ossipee 

Rochester 

Albany 

Franklin 

Manchester 

Concord 

, Milford 

Walpole 



Shapley, J. Hamilton, Exeter 
Shepard, Frederick J., Derry 
Sise, John, Portsmouth 

Sisson, William H., Cornish 

Smart, Elmer J., Rochester 

Smith, Ezra M., Peterborough 
Smythe, Rodney E., Plymouth 



Spalding, John A., 
Spring, John L., 
Stevens, Elbert C, 
Stevens, Henry W., 
Stevens, Lyman D., 
Stearns, Ezra S., 
Stearns, W. Byron, 
Stickney, Jos. A., 
Stockbridge, J. F., 
Story, Joseph C, 
Streeter, Frank S., 
Straw, James B., 
Sturoc, William C., 
Swett, Stephen R., 



Nashua 

Lebanon 

Littleton 

Concord 

Concord 

Rindge 

Manchester 

Somersworth 

Tuftonboro' 

Plymouth 

Concord 

Manchester 

Sunapee 

Canaan 



Taft, James, Greenville 

Taggart, D. Arthur, Manchester 
Talpey, Chas. W., Farmington 
Thayer, William F., Concord 
Thyng, Chas. D., New Hampton 
Towle, Benjamin, Epsom 

Towle, Elias L, Freedom 

Trulan, John G., Whitefield 

Tufts, Charles A., 
Tuttle, James P., 
Twohey, James, 



Dover 

Manchester 

Stratford 



Upton, Hiram D., Manchester 

Vaille, Jr., Henry R., Hinsdale 
Vaughan, G. T., Portsmouth 

Vaughan, Edwin, Claremont 



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Wait, Albert S., Newport 

Waite, O. F. R,, Claremont 

Webber, Brooks K., Hillsboro' 
Webber, E. M., Somers worth 
Webster, Harry E., Manchester 
Weeks, Frank, Ossipee 

Welch, John T., Dover 

Welch, William H., Lebanon 
Wentworth, S. D., Rochester 
Westgate, Wm. F., Haverhill 
Wheeler, W. H., Manchester 
White, Jeremiah W., Nashua 
Whtttemore, Arthur G., Dover 
Whittemore, B. B., Nashua 

Wilder, Chris. W., Conway 



Wilder, George S., Hinsdale 

Willard, David E., Concord 

Willard, Isaac, Orford 

Williams, James H., Warner 
Wilson, Newton H., Manchester 
WillsoD, Edward F., Farmington 
Willey, John F., Warren 

Wood, Charles F., Rollinsford 
Wood, John C. L., Conway 

Woodman, Edgar H., Concord 
Woodward, Don H., Keene 

Woolson, Augustus A., Lisbon 
Wright, Jerome E., Keene 



Young, H. D. F., 



Lancaster 



COMMISSIONERS IN OTHER STATES. 



Adams, Charles H Boston, Mass. 

Anderson , Armour C - New York City. 

Andrews, Benjamin E Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Beall, John E Washington, D. C. 

Beckardt, Louis New York City. 

Bidgood, George New York City. 

Blood, Charles H Fitchburg, Mass. 

Braman, Joseph B New York City. 

Braman, Ella F New York City. 

Bundy, Charles S Washington, D. C. 

Buruham, Frederick A New York City. 

Carpenter, P^hilip New York City. 

Gate, George W Amesbury, Mass. 

Chamberlayn, Charles F Boston, Mass. 

Chattin, Edward San Francisco, Cal. 

Clarkson, William H New York City. 

Clifford, Thomas B New York City. 

Cloud, Edward H Philadelphia, Pa. 

Corey, Edwin F New York City. 

Corey, George H New York City. 

Craig, Lee D San Francisco, Cal. 

Crawford, John G Worcester, Mass. 

Currier, Benjamin H Boston, Mass. 

Dodge, Arthur P Boston, Mass. 

Doty, Spencer C New York City. 

Duff, John M. M Montreal, Can. 

Egan, Otis Philadelphia, Pa. 

Emanuel, Solomon A New York City. 



238 NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 

Fell, William Jenks Philadelphia, Pa. 

Fernald, B. Marvin Boston, Mass. 

Fife, Seth W Fryeburg, Me. 

Folsom, Thomas W New York City. 

Fowler, George R Boston, Mass. 

Fowler, William P Boston, Mass. 

Green, James J Washington, D. C. 

Greene, Jr., Charles D . '. St. Louis, Mo. 

Griscom, Walter D Baltimore, Md. 

Hackett, Frank W Washington, D, C. 

Hanson, Murray Baltimore, Md. 

Harrison, Joseph T ; Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Heales, Alfred London, Eng. 

Herbert, John -. Boston, Mass. 

Hibbard, Charles B Boston, Mass. 

Hill, J. Henry Worcester, Mass. 

Hillery, John A New York City. 

Hoffman, Philip H Baltimore, Md. 

Hooper, Charles H New York City. 

Hoyne, Philip A Chicago, 111. 

Hunt, Thomas J Philadelphia, Pa. 

Jackson, Eleazer New York City. 

Jennison, Samuel Boston, Mass. 

Joice, Erastus V San Francisco, Cal. 

Jones, McLain Springfield, Mo. 

Jopp, Gilman E Providence, R. I. 

Kelley, Bernard J New York City. 

Kelly, M. Calhoun New York City. 

Kerr, John St. John, N. B. 

Kilvert, Thomas New York City. 

Lett, William F New York City. 

Levy, Lipman Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Lunt, Charles T New York City. 

Maclay, Moses B New York City. 

McHarg, Rufus K New York City. 



COMMISSIONERS IN OTHER STATES. 239 

Meek, Henry M Salem, Mass. 

MiDs, Charles Edgar Xew York City. 

Mills, James E Sacramento, Cal. 

Mills, Samuel C Washington, D. C. 

Mitchell, David Denver, Col. 

Morrison, Thomas J Boston, Mass. 

Nettleton, Charles New York City. 

Newton, William S Brattleboro', Vt. 

Nones, Alexander H New York City. 

Odell, Robert R Minneapolis, Minn. 

Osborn, Albert H Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Perkins, AVilliam T Bismarck, Dak. 

Perry, Samuel S New York City. 

Rand, Theodore D Philadelphia, Pa. 

Rawson, Charles I Worcester, Mass. 

Reardon, G. Evett Baltimore, Md. 

Robinson, Henry A • • • • New York City. 

Rosemon, Vincent New York City. 

Sargent, M. Perry Merrimac, Mass. 

Stucky, Harry Louisville, Ky. 

Taintor, Henry E Hartford, Conn. 

Taylor, Anson S Washington, D. C. 

Taylor, Charles New York City. 

Taylor, Samuel L Philadelphia, Pa. 

Terrill, Fred William Montreal, P. Q. 

Walker, Nathaniel U Boston, Mass. 

Warr, Augustus F Liverpool, Eng. 

Willard, Silas S Chicago, 111. 

Whipple, Sherman L Boston, Mass. 

Whittier, Daniel B Boston, Mass. 

AVhite, Eugene D Portland, Oregon. 

Wright, William A New^ Haven, Conn. 



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VOTE FOR PRESIDENT AND CONGRESSMEN 



NOVEMBER 6, 1888. 



FIRST COI^GRESSIOISrAL DISTRICT. 



BELKNAP COUNTY. 



Alton 

Barnstead ... 

Belmont 

Centre Harbor 

Gilford 

Gilmanton . . . 

Laconia 

Meredith 

New Hampton 
Sanbornton . . . 
Tilton 

Totals . . . 



President. 



o 



225 

120 
176 
68 
481 
212 
619 
281 
174 
159 
172 



2,687 



a; 
> 
o 

5 



176 
243 
144 

88 
363 
176 
586 
282 

92 
155 
235 



2,540 



CO 



13 



2 
4 

37 
4 

14 
5 
9 
6 

19 

113 



Congressman. 






225 
124 
175 
68 
480 
212 
627 
279 
176 
159 
171 



2,696 






o 



176 
239 
145 

89 
364 
177 
579 
288 

91 
154 
236 



2,538 



O 

C 



13 



2 
3 

34 
5 

11 
5 
8 
5 

18 



104 



ELECTION STATISTICS. 



285 



CAKROLL COUNTY. 



Albany.. 

Bartlett 

Brookfield 

Chatham 

Conway 

Eaton. 

Eiiingham 

Freedom 

Hart's Location.. 

Jackson 

Madison 

Moultonborongh 

Ossipee 

Sandwich 

Tamworth 

Tuf tonborongh , . 

Wakefield 

Wolf eborough . . . 

Totals 



President. 


o 

en 


1— 1 
03 

3 


5m 


37 


40 


85 


159 






57 


55 




5::^ 


43 




294 


308 


14 


46 


94 


18 


92 


109 


2 


50 


147 


5 


13 


2 




25 


108 




120 


44 


••••"• 


199 


129 


15 


190 


2a4 


30 


212 


146 


40 


192 


123 


9 


95 


142 


2 


168 


233 


5 


410 


268 


19 


2,338 


2,434 


162 

1 



CONGKESSMAX. 






37 

85 

55 

50 

290 

45 

91 

50 

13 

25 

120 

198 

187 

212 

194 

95 

168 

417 






o 



40 
159 

55 

46 
313 

95 

108 

147 

2 

108 

44 
134 
286 
146 
123 
142 
234 
265 



o 

O 

c 



3 



2 

13 
17 

2 
5 



12 

29 

39 

7 

2 

4 

16 



2,332 2,447 I 151 



286 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 



HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY. 
(IN PART.) 



Bedford. . . . 
Goffstown . 
Hudson. . . . 
Litchfield... 
Manchester. 
Ward 1 . . 
2.. 



3., 

4., 
5., 
6., 
7., 
8.. 
Merrimack 
Pelham 



Totals 



President. 



o 

CO 



170 
268 
182 
25 
3,490 
317 
541 
626 
634 
127 
475 
291 
479 
168 
126 



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> 
® 



144 
241 
139 

54 
3,100 
145 
206 
377 
370 
923 
429 
115 
535 

86 
121 



4,429 3,885 






6 

10 

6 



75 

8 

13 

15 

17 

2 

9 

3 

8 

2 



99 



Congressman. 



■M 



166 
269 
183 
25 
3,424 
301 
538 
607 
620 
122 
476 
292 
468 
168 
126 



4,361 



s 
5 



146 
240 
140 

54 
3,172 
172 
211 
394 
380 
923 
426 
114 
552 

90 
124 



3,966 



en 

o 

a 



6 

10 
5 



66 
8 
11 
15 
16 



8 
1 
7 
1 



88 



MERRIMACK COUNTY 
(IN PART.) 



Allenstown 
Canterbury 
Chichester . 

Epsom 

Hooksett. . . 

Loudon 

NorthfiekL. 
Pembroke. . 
Pittsfield.., 

Totals., 



President. 




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> 


in 


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0) 


03 


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57 


120 


2 


140 


145 


12 


72 


124 


13 


132 


134 


7 


171 


145 


5 


115 


215 


1 


163 


119 


7 


275 


233 


8 


277 


351 


54 


1,402 


1,586 


109 



Congressman. 



o 



56 
139 

73 
131 
171 
115 
163 
274 
274 



1,396 



s 






121 
146 
123 
135 
145 
215 
127 
233 
356 



1,601 



c 



2 
12 
13 

7 
5 



7 

7 

49 



102 



ELECTION STATISTICS. 



287 



ROCKINGHAM COUNTY. 



Atkinson 

Auburn 

Brentwood 

Candia 

Chester 

Danville 

Deerfield 

Derr}' 

East Kingston. . . . 

Epping 

Exeter 

Fremont 

Greenland 

Hampstead 

Hampton 

Hampton Falls. . . 

Kensington 

Kingston 

Londonderry 

Newcastle.- 

Newington 

Newmarket 

Nev^'ton 

North Hampton . . 

Northwood 

Nottingham 

Plaistow 

Portsmouth 

Wardl 

" 2 

" 3 

" 4 

Raymond 

Rye 

Salem 

Sandown 

Seabrook 

South Hampton.. . 
South Newmarket 

Stratham 

Windham 

Totals 



Pkesident. 


Congressman. 


Harrison. 


> 

o 




• 

+-' 


>> 
o 


O 


81 


61 


5 


79 


67 


3 


87 


112 


8 


86 


113 


8 


138 


70 


5 


138 


70 




178 


211 




173 


215 




154 


135 


4 


152 


138 


3 


119 


61 




118 


62 




231 


200 


6 


229 


205 


3 


402 


250 


8 


398 


255 


7 


57 


77 




57 


77 




191 


271 


9 


191 


268 


11 


613 


306 


16 


613 


308 


14 


96 


67 


5 


; 96 


68 


4 


69 


103 


4 


69 


104 


4 


147 


81 


22 


147 


80 


23 


205 


153 


11 


204 


155 




109 


43 


10 


: 108 


44 


9 


69 


84 


2 


1 69 


83 


2 


147 


200 


14 


150 


199 


13 


238 


117 


5 


239 


117 


5 


77 


88 




81 


91 




33 


65 


1 


33 


65 


i 


234 


286 


6 


236 


295 


6 


152 


173 


1 


153 


171 




92 


131 


5 


93 


131 


5 


198 


188 


10 


198 


190 


10 


175 


134 




175 


134 




123 


86 




121 


88 




972 
326 


1,510 
513 


8 
1 


951 
315 


1,536 
527 


6 
2 


405 


505 


5 


400 


511 


1 


91 


229 


2 


88 


234 


3 


150 


263 


• • • • • • 


148 


264 




107 


230 


8 


105 


231 


8 


99 


170 


2 


99 


170 


2 


209 


276 


11 


212 


274 


9 


57 


87 


• • « • • 


56 


88 




165 


250 


5 


163 


253 


5 


63 


42 


4 


64 


42 


4 


163 


85 


1 


160 


88 


1 


90 


101 


4 


90 


102' 


3 


111 


49 




111 


49 




6,451 


6,552 


200 


6,417 


6,526 


169 



288 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 



STRAFFOKD COUNTY. 



Barrington.. . 

Dover 

Ward 1.... 

" 2.... 

" 3.... 

" 4 

" 5 

Durham 

Farmington, . 

Lee 

Madbury .... 

Middleton 

Milton 

New Durham 
Rochester. . . . 
Rollinsf ord. . . 
Somersworth . 
Strafford 

Totals... 



President. 


Congressman. 


o 

05 

ci 


0) 

> 

3 


1 

1 

^ : 

En j 


;2 


o 


75 

o 

S3 


224 


163 


1 
1 

3 


223 


165 


3 


1,524 


1,326 


15 


1,508 


1,339 


12 


300 


174 


2 


291 


178 


2 


418 


291 


5 


417 


294 


4 


375 


181 


6 


375 


181 


5 


412 


333 


1 


405 


339 


1 


19 


347 


1 


20 


347 




134 


119 




134 


122 




456 


510 


6 1 


463 


532 


4 


93 


105 


1 1 


93 


105 


1 


Q>^ 


38 




64 


42 




34 


54 




41 


47 




288 


133 


10 


285 


141 


4 


51 


138 


5 


53 


138 


3 


748 


783 


29 


739 


796 


23 


207 


117 




202 


124 


• «•>•• 


559 


549 


9 1 


556 


554 


9 


194 


206 


2 


191 


212 




4,580 


4,271 


80 


4,552 


4,317 


59 



ELECTION STATISTICS. 



289 



'SECOND COKGRESSIOKAL DISTRICT. 



CHESHIRE COUNTY. 



Alsteacl 

Chesterfield — 

Dublin 

Fitzwilliam — 

Gilsum 

Harrisville . . . . 

Hinsdale 

Jaflfrey 

Keene 

Ward 1 . . . . 

" 2.... 

" 3.... 

*' 4 

" 5 

Marlborough . 

Marlow 

Nelson 

Richmond 

Rindge 

Roxbury 

Stoddard 

Sullivan ...... 

Surry . . . 

Swanzey 

Troy 

Walpole 

Westmoreland 
Winchester. . . 

Totals 



President. 



o 

05 
..^ 
U 

ft 

c3 



135 

180 

97 

170 

87 

64 

270 

205 

.,047 

245 

212 

238 

170 

182 

256 

83 

65 

75 

172 

25 

47 

65 

49 

183 

138 

218 

152 

335 



4,118 



> 

3 



121 

133 

22 

97 

83 

74 

197 

131 

819 

209 

116 

201 

92 

201 

50 

96 

27 

66 

69 

12 

69 

15 

31 

228 

63 

342 

104 

316 



3,165 



■» 



1 

10 

2 

2 

10 

2 

38 

2 

4 

19 

10 

3 

6 

4 

■ • * 

2 
2 
1 



Congressman. 



2 
2 



10 

1 

12 



110 



3J 

o 

o 



135 

180 

97 

171 

89 

65 

270 

204 

1,031 

237 

211 

237 

165 

181 

257 

83 

65 

74 

172 

26 

46 

65 

49 

183 

138 

210 

151 

333 



' 4,094 






121 

133 

22 

97 

83 

74 

196 

130 

835 

216 

118 

201 

98 

202 

47 

96 

29 

67 

69 

12 

70 

15 

30 

227 

63 

364 

105 

317 



3,202 






1 

9 



1 
11 

2 
36 

3 

4 
18 
11 



7 
4 



2 

2 



3 
2 



11 
1 

12 



107 



19 



290 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 



COOS COUNTY. 



Berlin 

Carroll 

Clarksville 

Colebrook 

Columbia 

Dalton 

Dummer 

Errol 

Gorham 

Jefferson , 

Lancaster 

Milan 

Northumberland. 

Pittsburg 

Randolph 

Shelburne 

Stark 

Stewartstown 

Stratford . . . 

Wentworth's Location , 
Whitefield 



PRESIDf:NT. 



s 
c 

CO 

i-l 

u 



Totals. 



270 

76 

25 

161 

80 

52 

55 

8 

174 

86 

380 

145 

163 

73 

18 

43 

63 

73 

90 



263 



2,298 



> 

o 



212 

84 

49 

272 

93 

89 

52 

38 

197 

211 

427 

82 

158 

92 

31 

35 

95 

163 

175 

9 

180 

2,744 



03 



9 
3 
1 



2 
5 

10 
2 



3 
1 



Congressman. 



44 



u 
o 
o 



270 

66 

25 

156 

80 

52 

55 

7 

174 

85 

371 

145 

159 

72 

17 

43 

62 

71 

86 



259 



2,255 






212 

93 

49 

277 

92 

91 

52 

40 

197 

214 

437 

83 

162 

90 

32 

35 

96 

155 

179 

9 

184 

2,779 






7 
2 



9 
2 



3 
1 



32 



ELECTION STATISTICS. 



291 





Pkesident. 


Congressman. 


GRAFTON COUNTY. 


o 

02 

1^ 


> 
o 

o 


CD 


■ 
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• 

c 




Alexandria 

Ashland 


77 

203 

109 

17 

97 

66 

258 

174 

187 

43 

13 

4 

178 

49 

130 

45 

324 

347 

41 

61 

46 

633 

12 

328 

453 

5 

64 

247 

92 

31 

172 

111 

236 

130 

60 

70 

5 

62 

30 


137 

97 

156 

46 

228 

48 

177 

129 

200 

68 

68 

42 

213 

97 

134 

77 

196 

393 

46 

127 

95 

297 

10 

222 

422 

17 

82 

95 

44 

53 

109 

77 

254 

173 

142 

159 

4 

164 

77 


3 
2 

2 
4 
3 

8 
9 
2 

7 

""3' 
8 
2 
1 
2 
7 

• ••••• 

6 
1 

8 

'""9' 
31 

""2 

9 

1 

"'16' 

19 

11 

7 

2 

3 

i 

2 


75 

197 

87 

10 

85 

65 

255 

173 

186 

41 

12 

4 

180 

49 

129 

44 

317 

305 

41 

61 

37 

635 

11 

323 

436 

4 

54 

247 

89 

31 

172 

110 

221 

114 

59 

62 

5 

58 

28 


141 

102 

177 

55 

241 

49 

180 

132 

199 

70 

69 

42 

213 

101 

134 

79 

196 

437 

46 

126 

104 

297 

11 

234 

441 

17 

93 

95 

43 

53 

109 

80 

271 

195 

143 

170 

4 

169 

78 


3 
2 


Bath 


2 


Benton 

Bethlehem 

Brido*ewater 


2 
2 


Bristol 


7 


Campton 

Canaan 


8 
9 


Dorchester 


2 


Easton 


7 


Ellsworth 




Enfield 


2 


Franconia 

Grafton 


5 
2 


Groton 


1 


Hanover 


1 


Haverhill 


7 


Holderness 


6 




1 


Lebanon 


6 






Lisbon 


4 


Littleton 


27 


Livermore 

Lyman 


1 


Lyme 


8 


Orange 

Orford 


**i6' 


Piermont 


17 


Plymouth 


11 


*/ - - - 

Rumney 


2 


Thornton 


2 


Warren 


1 






Wentworth 


1 


Woodstock 


2 






Totals 


5,210 


5,075 


191 


5,012 


5,396 


161 



292 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 



HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY. 
(IN PART.) 



Amherst 

Antrim 

Bennington . . . , 

Brookline 

Peering 

Francestown . . 

Greenfield .... 

Greenville 

Hancock , 

Hillsborough . . 

Hollis 

Lyndeborough 

Mason 

Milford 

Mont Vernon. 

Nashua 

Ward 1 

" 2 

" 3.. .. 

" 4 

" 5.... 

" 6 

" 7 

" 8.... 

New Boston. . 

New Ipswich . 

Peterborough. 

Sharon 

Temple 

Weare 

Wilton 

Windsor 

Totals.... 



President. 



a 
o 

in 



c3 



193 

215 

63 

73 

52 

140 

58 

117 

105 

325 

150 

105 

74 

440 

64 

1,696 

294 

208 

106 

157 

76 

347 

255 

253 

153 

152 

385 

21 

44 

242 

161 

3 



IS 

> 



5,031 



124 

149 

98 

84 

119 

91 

106 

48 

99 

279 

141 

87 

67 

263 

89 

1,683 

181 

161 

217 

138 

207 

379 

223 

177 

120 

66 

232 

24 

52 

258 

260 

16 



4,555 



01 

En 



5 
21 
1 
3 
2 
1 



15 
10 

5 

3 
20 

1 
55 
10 

7 



9 
1 

7 

10 

11 

7 

1 

1 



12 
1 



169 



Congressman. 



o 
o 



188 

215 

56 

72 

52 

139 

58 

117 

105 

324 

151 

99 

74 

429 

63 

1,702 

291 

206 

114 

160 

77 

348 

252 

254 

153 

152 

382 

20 

44 

243 

160 

2 



d 
S 



124 
149 

96 

85 
118 

92 
106 

48 
100 
280 
140 

91 

67 
267 

90 
1,672 
182 
162 
209 
135 
203 
379 
225 
177 
119 

67 
233 

24 

52 
258 
259 

18 



5,000 ; 4,555 



o 

o 



5 
21 



3 
2 
1 



15 
8 
5 
3 

19 
1 

45 

10 
5 



8 



3 

10 
9 



1 
1 



136 



ELECTION STATISTICS. 



293 



MERRIMACK COUNTY. 
(IN PART.) 



Andover. , 

Boscawen . 

Bow 

Bradford. . 

Concord . . 
Ward 1 
2 
3. 
4. 
5. 
6, 
7. 



99 
198 
74 
99 
2,082 
219 
86 
118 
564 
393 
450 
252 
87 
99 
429 
Henniker I 215 



Danbiiry.... 
Dunbarton . 
Franklin . . . 



President. 



a 
o 

CO 



Hill 

Hopkinton . . . 
Newbnry . . . . 
New London 

Salisbury 

Sutton 

Warner 

Webster 

Wilmot , 

Totals . . , 



92 
278 

33 
148 
102 

88 
250 
113 
116 

4,602 



-a 

<0 



235 
136 
132 
176 
1,794 
211 
157 
123 
450 
254 
401 
198 
118 

78 
535 
181 

70 
218 
123 

84 
122 
161 
209 

57 
106 

4,535 



X 
m 



5 
5 

12 

1 

99 

13 

1 

8 

37 

12 

18 

10 

3 

3 

20 

10 

6 

4 

5 

11 

"19 

9 

3 

22 

237 



Congressman. 



o 
o 



99 
198 

73 

99 

2,072 

216 

76 
117 
554 
382 
471 
256 

87 

98 
421 
212 

92 
279 

33 
149 
102 

83 
249 
113 
116 

4,575 






234 
133 
131 
177 
1,807 
213 
166 
123 
460 
266 
382 
197 
118 

78 
540 
183 

72 
215 
123 

86 
124 
163 
210 

58 
106 

4,558 






5 

6 

13 

1 

93 

13 



7 

35 

12 

17 

9 

3 

3 

22 

10 

5 

4 

5 

10 

'is' 

9 

3 

22 

232 



294 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 



SULLIVAN COUNTY. 



President. 



o 

CO 

u 
03 



Acworth 128 

Charlestown 211 

Claremont 718 

Cornish 177 

Croydon 95 

Goshen 74 

Grantham 70 

Langdon 48 

Lempster 78 

Newi)ort 427 

Plamfield 179 

Springfield I 110 

Sunapee • 95 

Unity j 78 

Washington ' 100 



Totals 2,588 



c 
> 

01 



104 

198 

440 

115 

67 

55 

61 

46 

62 

317 

177 

73 

123 

105 

97 



2,040 



03 



2 

6 

30 

1 



2 
4 
8 
6 
3 
5 
4 
7 
4 



82 



Congressman. 



o 
o 



128 

211 

718 

176 

95 

74 

70 

48 

78 

425 

179 

106 

94 

78 

101 

2,581 



107 

198 

441 

116 

67 

55 

62 

46 

62 

316 

178 

77 

123 

105 

97 



2,050 



PS 

S I 



I 



0) 



1 

6 

27 

1 



4 
8 
6 
3 
4 
5 
7 
4 

76 



ELECTION STATISTICS. 



295 



AGGREGATE OF VOTES FOR PRESIDENT AND CON- 
GRESSMEN. 



DISTRICT NO. 1. 



Belknap 

Carroll 

Hillsborough (in part) 
ISIerrimack (in part)... 

Rockingham 

Strafford 

Totals 



President. 



o 

CO 



s3 



2,687 
2,338 
4,429 
1,402 
6,451 
4,580 



0) 

3 



2.540 
2,434 
3,885 
1,586 
6,552 
4,271 



21,887 21,268 






113 

162 

99 

109 

200 

80 



763 



Congressman. 






2,696 
2,332 
4,361 
1,396 
6,417 
4,552 






o 



2,538 
2,447 
3,966 
1,601 
6,526 
4,317 



GO 

o 

5 



104 
151 

88 
102 
169 

59 



21,754 1 21,395 I 673 





NO. 2. 


President. 


Congressman. 


DISTRICT 


o 

u 


'3 

> 


.2 


o 
o 




o 

© 

■*-► 

© 


Cheshire 

Coos . , 




4,118 
2,298 
5,210 
5,031 
4,602 
2,588 


3,165 
2,744 
5,075 
4,555 
4,535 
2,040 


! 

110 

44 

191 

169 

237 

82 


4,094 

2,255 
5,012 
5,000 
4,575 
2,581 


3,202 
2,779 
5,396 
4,555 
4,558 
2,050 


107 
32 


Grafton 


161 


Hillsborough (in part).. 

Merrimack (in part) 

Sullivan ..... 


136 
232 

76 








Totals. . . 


23,837 


22,114 


803 


23,517 


22,540 


744 







Note. — There were 29 scattering votes for President and 34 for Congress- 
man in the first district; and 29 scattering votes for President and 56 for 
Congressman in the second district. 



VOTE FOR GOVERNOR, 1888, 

AND POPULATION, 1880. 



BELKNAP COUNTY. 



Alton 

Barnstead . . . 

Belmont 

Centre Harbor 

Gilford 

Gllmanton . . , 

Laconia 

Meredith 

New Hampton 
Sanbornton , . . 
Tilton 

Totals . . . 



O 
O 

a 

> 


c 
o 

'C 

CO 

S 
< 

X 

CO 

© 
a 


ci 


CO 

r— < 
O 


c 
o 

CO 

o o 

^« 

So 

a 


226 
118 
175 
68 
476 
213 
606 
276 
175 
159 
167 

2,659 


176 
240 
145 

88 
365 
175 
590 
289 

91 
154 
240 


12 

2 
4 

40 
6 

14 
4 
9 
6 

18 


414 
358 
322 
160 
881 
394 
1,210 
569 
275 
319 
425 


469 
450 
371 
168 
962 
438 
1,403 
621 
307 
347 
466 


2,553 


115 


5,327 


6,002 



o 



S 
CO 

CO 



1,476 
1,296 
1,226 
521 
2,821 
1,485 
3,790 
1,800 
1,059 
1,192 
1,282 

17,948 



ELECTION STATISTICS. 



297 



CARROLL COUNTY. 



37 

85 
55 
50 
292 
46 
90 
50 
13 
25 
Madison I 120 



Albany 

Bartlett 

Brookfield. 

Chatham 

Conway 

Eaton 

Effino;ham 

Freedom 

Hart's Location. 
Jackson 



o 
o 

O 

B 
> 

c3 



Moultonborough 

Ossipee 

Sand^vich 

Tamworth 

Tuftonborough. . 
Wakefield 



Wolfeborough 



Totals 



199 
187 
212 
193 
95 
168 
411 



2,328 



33 






40 
159 

55 

46 
310 

94 

111 

147 

2 

108 

44 
130 
286 
146 
124 
142 
234 
268 



2.446 



O 






3 



2 

14 

18 

2 

5 



14 

30 

40 

7 

2 

5 

19 

161 



-t-j 
o 



77 
247 
110 i 

98 1 
616 I 
158 : 
203 ; 
202 ; 

15 i 
133 : 
164 
343 
503 
398 
324 
239 
407 
698 



o 



79 
296 
115 
100 
679 
167 
222 
216 

15 
143 
181 
373 
560 
497 
373 
290 
437 
794 



00 



n 

s 

Q 

CO 



361 

1,044 

428 

421 

2,094 

629 

865 

714 

70 

464 

586 

1,254 

1,782 

1,701 

1,274 

923 

1,392 

2,222 



4,935 5,537 



18,224 



298 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 



CHESHIRE COUNTY. 



Alstead 

Chesterfield. . 

Dublin 

Fitzwilliam . . . 

Gilsiim 

Harrisville 

Hinsdale 

Jaffrey 

Keene 

Ward 1.... 

'♦ 2.... 

" 3.... 

" 4 

'* 5 

Marlborough. . 

Marlow 

Nelson 

Richmond . . . . 

Rindge 

Roxbury 

Stoddard 

Sullivan 

Surrv 

Swanzey 

Troy 

Walpole 

Westmoreland 
Winchester . . . 

Totals..., 



05 
O 

o 
O 

> 



135 

170 

96 

170 

87 

68 

250 

194 

946 

212 

201 

218 

151 

164 

256 

80 

61 

73 

171 

26 

44 

60 

49 

181 

132 

203 

143 

324 



3,919 



CO 



x: 
O 



121 
141 

22 

97 

85 

68 

210 

138 

910 

240 

126 

216 

111 

217 

52 

96 

30 

68 

70 

12 

72 

18 

30 

228 

68 

365 

110 

322 



3,333 



c3 
O 



6JD 





o 


3 


259 




311 


1 


119 


10 


277 




172 



1 

8 
2 
36 
3 
2 

19 
11 
1 
4 
3 
1 
2 
2 



3 
3 



11 

1 

11 



102 



9 



137 
468 
334 
1,892 
455 
329 
453 
273 
382 
312 
179 

92 
143 
243 

38 
116 

78 

82 
412 
200 
579 
254 
657 



05 

0) 

'*-' ill 

Oris! 



9,246 



289 
357 
129 
295 
178 
154 
537 
375 
2,093 
528 
377 
501 
305 
382 
360 
193 
104 
170 
272 
39 
131 
86 
90 
485 
214 
673 
278 
736 



o 

CO 



CO 

a 
o 

CO 

6 



10,331 



1,037 

1,173 

456 

1,187 

663 

870 

1,868 

1,267 

6,784 

1,732 

1,091 

1,479 

1,165 

1,317 

1,286 

701 

438 

669 

734 

126 

553 

382 

326 

1,661 

796 

2,018 

1,095 

2,444 

28,734 



ELECTION STATISTICS. 



299 



COOS COUNTY. 



Berlin 

Carroll 

Clarksville 

Colebrook 

Columbia , 

Dalton , 

Dummer 

Errol 

Gorham 

Jefferson 

Lancaster 

Milan 

Northumberland 

Pittsburg 

Randolph 

Shelburne 

Stark 

Stewartstown 

Stratford 

Wentworth's Location. 
Whitefield 



o 

O 

o 

C5 



> 



Totals. 



270 

76 

25 

161 

80 

52 

55 

7 

173 

86 

378 

145 

163 

72 

17 

43 

63 

72 

88 



262 



2,288 



03 



33 

O 

r-l 

Si 

O 



212 

84 
49 






271 


10 


91 


3 


89 




52 




40 




198 


2 


211 


5 


430 


8 


83 


2 


158 




91 


3 


32 




35 




95 




154 


3 


176 


1 


9 




181 


3 


2,741 


41 





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o 




as 




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. 


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s 


O 


s 


EH 


^ 



482 
161 

74 
442 
174 
141 
107 

47 
373 
302 
816 
230 
321 
166 

49 

78 
158 
229 
265 
9 
446 

5,070 



513 

163 

96 

483 
195 
145 
122 

50 
408 
339 
877 
261 
352 
195 

52 

81 
171 
262 
310 

14 
468 

5,557 



o 

00 
00 



a 
<» 
o 

so 

6 



1,144 
632 
328 

1,580 
762 
570 
464 
161 

1,383 
951 

2,721 
895 

1,062 
581 
203 
252 
690 
958 

1,016 
55 

1,828 

18,136 



300 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 



GRAFTON COUNTY. 



Alexandria . 
Ashland . . . 

Bath 

Benton 

Bethlehem. . 
Bridge water, 

Bristol 

Campton. . . . 

Canaan 

Dorchester. . 

Easton 

Ellsworth. . . 

Enfield 

Franconia . . 

Grafton 

Groton 

Hanover. . . . 
Haverhill . . . 

Hebron 

Holderness . 

Landaff 

Lebanon . . . . 

Lincoln 

Lisbon 

Littleton . . . . 
Livermore . . 

Lyman 

Lyme 

Monroe . . . . 

Orange 

Orford 

Piermont . . . 
Plymouth . . . 
Rumne}^ . . . . 
Thornton . . 

Warren 

Waterville . , 
Wentworth. , 
Woodstock , 

Totals . , 



David H. Goodell. 


en 
S 

o 

5 


O 
be 


CO 
1— I 

ci 

■(-> 

o 
H 


c 
c 

m 

o . 

a 


rH 
1 
03 

c 

CO 

6 


73 


112 


3 


218 


240 


828 


200 


100 


2 


302 


319 


960 


109 


155 


2 


266 


287 


1,032 


17 


46 


4 


67 


70 


378 


100 


227 


1 


328 


368 


1,400 


66 


48 




114 


120 


384 


248 


185 


7 


440 


462 


1,352 


174 


131 


8 


313 


345 


1,163 


186 


202 


9 


397 


428 


1,762 


43 


68 


2 


113 


128 


585 


13 


68 


7 


88 


96 


302 


4 


42 




46 


49 


209 


179 


212 


3 


394 


430 


1,680 


49 


96 


10 


155 


179 


550 


130 


134 


2 


266 


279 


934 


45 


77 


1 


123 


141 


566 


327 


193 


1 


521 


632 


2,147 


341 


401 


7 


749 


818 


2,455 


41 


46 




87 


98 


329 


61 


126 


6 


193 


230 


703 


46 


95 


1 


142 


151 


506 


636 


299 


6 


941 


1,033 


3,354 


12 


10 




22 


23 


65 


323 


226 


9 


558 


624 


1,807 


444 


429 


31 


904 


951 


2,936 


5 


17 




22 


24 


103 


63 


82 


2 


147 


155 


654 


251 


94 


6 


351 


403 


1,313 


92 


41 




133 


147 


504 


31 


53 




84 


92 


365 


172 


109 


10 


291 


328 


1,050 


111 


77 


19 


207 


221 


752 


230 


261 


11 


502 


532 


1,719 


130 


175 


6 


311 


319 


1,050 


60 


142 


2 


204 


229 


775 


72 


161 


1 


234 


261 


786 


5 


4 




9 


11 


54 


62 


164 


1 


227 


266 


939 


29 


77 


2 


108 


124 


367 


5,180 


5,215 


182 


10,577 


11,013 


38,788 



ELECTION STATISTICS. 



301 



HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY. 



Amherst 

Antrim 

Bedford 

Bennington . . . 

Brookline 

Deering 

Francestown . 
Goffstown . . . . 
Greenfield . . . . 
Greenville . . . . 

Hancock 

Hillsborough. . 

Hollis 

Hudson 

Litchfield . . . . 

Lyndeborougli 

Manchester . . . 

Ward 1 . . . 

" 2 .... 

" 3 .... 

" 4.... 

'* 5 

" 6 .... 

'• 7 .... 

" 8 .... 

Mason 

Merrimack.. . . 

Milford 

Mont Vernon . 

Nashua 

Ward 1 . . . . 

*♦ 2 .... 

" 3 ... 

" 4 .... 

" 5 .... 



o 
rz 
o 
o 
o 



> 



CO 



CO 

0) 



(—1 

O 



192 


123 


222 


143 


163 


150 


64 


96 


68 


84 


49 


118 


126 


93 


264 


244 


39 


117 


110 


56 


96 


102 


279 


284 


151 


139 


179 


142 


25 


54 


99 


92 


3,292 


3,289 


288 


182 


511 


229 


599 


403 


595 


406 


125 


925 


464 


438 


279 


127 


431 


579 


74 


67 


159 


96 


429 


271 


62 


90 


1,594 


1,774 


281 


191 


200 


168 


102 


222 


142 


150 


70 


: 212 



o 



e3 

63 



4 

18 

6 



3 

2 
1 
8 



3 



17 

10 
5 



4 
68 

8 

14 
15 
12 



8 
3 
8 
3 
2 

18 
1 

53 
9 
5 



o 



10 

1 



319 

383 

319 

160 

155 

169 

220 

516 

156 

169 

198 

580 

300 

326 

79 

195 

6,649 

478 

754 

1,017 

1,013 

1,050 

910 

409 

1,018 

144 

257 

718 

153 

3.421 

481 

373 

324 

302 

283 



o 

00 

o . 

SCO 
O O 

^ £ 

r-i 

5 



353 
403 
345 
176 
173 
185 
247 
578 
184 
186 
214 
662 
334 
356 
86 
222 
I 7,238 
517 
833 
i 1,123 

1,144 

1,122 
973 
465 

1,061 
162 
278 
863 
164 

3,666 
511 
395 
341 
322 
302 



o 

00 

QO 



CO 

<s 



1,225 

1,172 

1,204 

443 

698 

674 

937 

1,699 

649 

1,072 

689 

1,646 

1,077 

1,045 

291 

818 

32.630 

2,692 

2,421 

6,200 

5,981 

6,845 

3.283 

2,417 

2,791 

645 

1,042 

2,398 

517 

13,397 

1,415 

1,361 

1,376 

1,205 

1,730 



302 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 



hilTjSborough county 

— Continued, 



tNashua — 

Ward 6 . . . 

" 7 ... 

" 8 ... 

New Boston.. 

New Ipswich. 

Pelham 

Peterborough 

Sharon 

Temple 

Weare 

Wilton 

Windsor 

Totals... 



« 
o 

G 

o 



> 



9,002 



s 



3 



316 


406 


248 


230 


235 


195 


147 


125 


152 


68 


126 


124 


374 


236 


21 


24 


44 


51 


243 


259 


156 


261 


3 


17 



8,789 



u 

c3 






9 

10 
9 
8 
1 



10 
1 



03 

o 



731 

488 

439 

280 

221 

250 

610 

45 

95 

512 

418 

20 



o 

s ^ 

c ;=; 

O 3 

X5 « 



798 
530 
467 
298 
264 
257 
677 

48 
100 
540 
453 

23 



o 

00 

CO 



m 

CD 

c 



3,527 

1,456 

1,327 

1,144 

1,222 

848 

2,206 

203 

402 

1,829 

1,747 

65 



246 



18,037 



19,935 



75,634 



ELECTION STATISTICS. 



.303 



MERRIMACK COUNTY, 



Allen stown.. 
Andover . . . 
BoscaAven. . . 

Bow 

Bradford . . . 
Canterbury.. 
Chichester. . 
Concord .... 
Ward 1 . . 

" 2 .. 

" 3 .. 

" 4 .. 

" 5 . . 

" 6 . . 

" 7 .. 
Danbury. . . . 
Dun barton . 

Epsom 

Franklin.. . . 
Henniker . . . 

Hill 

Hooksett . . . 
Hopkinton . 

Loudon 

Newbury . . . 
New London 
Northfield . . 
Pembroke . . 
Pittsfield . . . 
Salisbury. . . 

Sutton 

Warner .... 

Webster 

Wilmot 

Totals . 



o 

O 
o 

O 



> 

Q 



56 

96 
190 

78 
100 
138 

73 

i,087 

202 

84 
118 
557 
383 
483 
260 

86 

97 
130 
421 
212 

93 
169 
276 
113 

33 
147 
158 
274 
263 
102 

78 
255 
112 
118 



o 
rs 

03 

s 






c3 
Q 



120 
238 
144 
128 
177 
145 
124 
1,781 
229 
160 
121 
454 
257 
367 
193 
119 

79 
134 
539 
183 

72 
146 
219 
212 
123 

87 
127 
234 
346 
124 
167 
207 

57 
106 



5,955 6,138 



in 



3 

3 

6 

12 



12 

13 

103 

11 

1 

8 

40 

14 

19 

10 

3 

3 

8 

22 

10 

4 

5 

4 

5 

5 

9 

8 

7 

69 

'22" 
9 
3 
21 



369 



73 

O 



179 
337 
340 
218 
277 
285 
210 

3,971 
442 
245 
247 

1,051 
654 
869 
463 
208 
179 
272 
982 
405 
169 
310 
499 
330 
161 
243 
293 
515 
678 
226 
267 
471 
172 
245 



c 

T. 
O 

s «■ 



? « 



:?; 



198 
384 
378 
235 
308 
327 
234 

4,293 
457 
322 
264 

1,108 
724 
929 
489 
221 
187 
294 

1,160 
441 
185 
341 
541 
380 
171 
263 
309 
551 
751 
246 
300 
498 
187 
265 



o 

00 
■30 



m 

S 



1,707 

1,204 

1,381 

734 

950 

1,033 

784 

13,843 

1,521 

762 

883 

3,490 

2,436 

3,130 

1,621 

760 

708 

909 

3,265 

1,326 

667 

1,766 

1,836 

1,221 

590 

875 

918 

2,797 

1,974 

795 

993 

1,537 

647 

1,080 



12,462 



13,648 46,300 



304 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 



ROCiaNGHAM COUNTY. 



Atkinson 

Auburn 

Brentwood 

Candia 

Chester 

Danville 

Deertield 

Derry 

East Kingston. . 

Epping 

Exeter 

Fremont 

Greenland 

Hampstead .... 

Hampton 

Hampton Falls. 
Kensington .. . . 

Kingston 

Londonderry. . . 
Newcastle. . . . . 

Newington 

Newmarket. . . . 

Newton 

North Hampton 
North wood .... 
Nottingham . . . 

Plaistow 

Portsmouth .... 
Ward 1 

" 2 

" 3 

" 4 

Raymond 

Kve 

Salem 



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o 

o 


s 

s 
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o 




> 

Q 


CD 

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1-5 


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82 


60 


5 


147 


86 


113 


8 


207 


139 


70 


4 


213 


175 


214 




389 


154 


136 


4 


294 


119 


61 




180 


230 


200 


6 


436 


404 


249 


7 


660 


56 


76 





132 


190 


268 


11 


469 


613 


307 


14 


934 


95 


68 


5 


168 


68 


106 


3 


177 


147 


81 


22 


250 


204 


153 


12 


369 


109 


43 


10 


162 


68 


85 


2 


155 


148 


200 


14 


362 


236 


118 


4 


358 


75 


89 





164 


31 


67 


1 


99 


236 


298 


3 


537 


152 


171 


1 


324 


92 


131 


6 


229 


199 


187 


13 


399 


176 


133 




309 


123 


86 




209 


952 


1,536 


8 


2,496 


316 


524 


1 


841 


401 


511 


4 


916 


86 


237 


3 


326 


149 


264 




413 


107 


230 


8 


345 


99 


170 


2 


271 


213 


272 


10 


495 



o 

CD 

S « 



c 






153 
218 
232 
426 
331 
192 
467 
783 
146 
497 

1,047 
178 
204 
276 
413 
180 
169 
381 
413 
183 
110 
599 
351 
249 
436 
327 
225 

2,787 
953 
960 
381 
493 
371 
314 
545 



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CO 



cc 

CD 

C 
05 

o 

CO 



502 

719 

999 

1,340 

1,136 

613 

1,569 

2,140 

576 

1,536 

3,569 

624 

695 

959 

1,184 

678 

614 

1,080 

1,363 

610 

433 

2,368 

1,006 

774 

1,345 

1,095 

1,002 

9,690 

3,261 

3,759 

1,115 

1,555 

1,053 

1,111 

1,809 



ELECTION STATISTICS. 



305 



ROCKINGHAM COUNTY- 

Continued. 



Sanclown 

Seabrook 

South Hampton . . 
South Newmarket 

Stratham 

Windham 

Totals 



o 
o 



> 



57 
164 

64 
163 

90 
113 



6,429 



CO 



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87 
251 

42 

85 
101 

46 



6,590 









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4 
1 
4 



197 





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149 


420 


484 


110 


262 


249 


267 


195 


202 


159 


188 


13,216 


13,755 



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CO 

oo 



m 

CO 



500 
1,745 
383 
829 
720 
695 

49,064 



20 



306 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 



STRAFFORD COUNTY. 



Barrington. 



Dover 
Ward 1. 
2. 



o 
O. 



Durham 

Farmington . 

Lee 

Madbiiry .... 
Middleton . . . 

Milton 

New Durham 
Rochester . . . 
Rollinsford . . 
Somersworth 
Stratford 

Totals... 



C 

o 

o 



> 



223 

1,469 

282 

405 

368 

396 

18 

134 

451 

90 

62 

33 

289 

50 

733 

208 

557 

190 

4,489 



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165 
1,371 
188 
302 
186 
347 
348 
122 
547 
108 
43 
55 
132 
140 
791 
117 
551 
213 

4,355 






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2 
13 

2 
5 
4 
2 



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1 



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4 
29 

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s 


H 


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390 


433 


2,855 


3,208 


472 


575 


712 


779 


558 


623 


745 


822 


366 


409 


256 


272 


1,003 


1,065 


199 


206 


105 


117 


88 


212 


432 


496 


194 


221 


1,553 


2,440 


325 


345 


1,117 


1,297 


403 


466 


8,918 


11,778 






05 
05 

O 



1,497 

11,687 

1,874 

2,596 

2,224 

2,950 

2,043 

962 

3,044 

715 

397 

355 

1,516 

772 

5,784 

1,712 

5,586 

1,531 

35,558 



ELECTION STATISTICS. 



307 



SULLIVAN COUNTY. 



Acworth . . . 
Charlestown 
Claremont . . 

Cornish 

Croydon 

Goshen 

Grantham . . 
Langdon.. . . 
LemiDster. . . 

Newport 

Plainfield . . 
Springfield . 
Sunapee. . . . 

Unity 

Washington 

Totals . 





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128 


106 


2 


236 


248 


982 


211 


198 


6 


415 


459 


1,587 


704 


450 


27 


1,181 


1,320 


4,704 


174 


118 


1 


293 


319 


1,156 


95 


67 




162 


174 


608 


73 


55 




128 


138 


511 


67 


65 


2 


134 


138 


540 


47 


47 


4 


98 


110 


364 


79 


61 


8 


148 


160 


602 


427 


314 


6 


747 


805 


2,612 


177 


177 


3 


357 


394 


1,372 


111 


72 


5 


188 


202 


732 


94 


123 


5 


222 


231 


895 


78 


105 


7 


190 


203 


814 


95 


99 


4 


198 


214 


682 


2,560 


2,057 


80 


4,697 


5,115 


18,161 



308 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 



SUMMARY BY 
COUNTIES. 



Belknap 

Carroll 

Cheshire 

Coos 

Grafton 

Hillsborough.. . 
Merrimack. . . . , 
Rockingham . . . 

Strafford 

Sullivan 

Aggregates , 











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O 


s 


2,659 


o 


115 


H 


:25 


2,553 


5,327 


6,002 


2,328 


2,446 


161 


4,935 


5,885 


3,919 


3,333 


102 


7,354 


7,594 


2,288 


2,741 


41 


5,070 


5,197 


5,180 


5,215 


182 


10,577 


11,013 


9,002 


8,789 


246 


18,037 


19,945 


5,955 


6,138 


369 


12,462 


13,148 


6,429 


6,590 


197 


13,216 


13,755 


4,489 


4,355 


74 


8,918 


11,778 


2,560 


2,057 


80 


4,697 


5,115 


44,809 


44,217 


1,567 


90,593 


99,432 



o 



o 



17,948 
18,224 
28,734 
18,580 
38,788 
75,634 
46,300 
49,064 
35,558 
18,161 



346,991 



Note. — There were 30 scattering votes for Governor. 



VOTE FOR COUNCILORS, 



NOVEMBER 6, 1888. 



COUNCILOR DISTRICT NO. 1. 


c 

o 

81 
231 
138 
119 
1,523 
292 
418 
381 
412 

20 
134 

56 
189 
616 
453 

96 

69 
147 
204 
108 

69 
148 

92 

68 
289 


03 

o 


05 


09 

o 

O 

< 


Atkinson 


62 
154 

70 

61 
1,315 
172 
293 
174 
331 
345 
122 

78 
268 
304 
541 

67 
104 

81 
153 

43 

84 
200 
105 

38 
135 


4 
3 
4 




BaiTino*ton 




Brentwood 


1 


Danville 




Dover 


13 
2 
5 
5 
1 




Ward 1 




" 2 




'« 3 




" 4 




" 5 




Durham 






East Kingston 






Eppino" 


12 

14 

6 

5 

4 

22 

12 

10 

2 

14 
1 




^^± ir e> * 

Exeter 




Farmincrton 





Fremont 




Greenland 




Hampstead 




Hampton 




Hampton Falls 




Kensino-ton 




Kingston 




Lee 




Madburv 




Milton.. 


10 





310 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 



COUNCILOR 
DISTRICT NO. 1 — Continued. 



Newcastle 

Newington 

Newmarket 

Newton 

North Hampton. . . 

Plaistow 

Portsmouth 

Ward 1 

" 2 

" 3 

" 4 

Rochester 

Rollinsford 

Rye 

Sandown 

Seabrook 

Somersworth . 

South Hampton . . 
South Newmarket 
Stratham 

Totals 



o 

u 
o 



Hi 

■t-l 
u 
o 

O 



81 


90 


33 


65 


239 


292 


153 


171 


92 


131 


123 


86 


958 


1,529 


317 


524 


405 


507 


87 


234 


149 


264 


744 


781 


199 


126 


99 


170 


57 


87 


165 


250 


551 


556 


64 


42 


161 


87 


90 


101 


8,639 


8,549 



9i 

m 



1 

6 



9 
2 
4 
3 



30 
2 



5 
9 
4 
1 
4 



212 



90 

o 

r— t 



ELECTION STATISTICS. 



311 



COUNCILOR DISTRICT NO. 2. 


o 


o 
>> 


• 

to 

s 
o 

3 


A 

o 


Alexandria 


76 

57 

99 

87 

175 

200 

75 

259 

177 

139 

154 

2,074 

216 

85 

118 

558 

392 

448 

257 

73 

87 

230 

51 

98 

132 

424 

479 

212 

264 

216 

92 

171 

279 

115 

176 

147 

159 

199 


140 
121 
233 
112 
145 
134 
130 
175 
211 
146 
136 
1,802 
214 
158 
123 
454 
255 
402 
196 
124 
118 
201 
118 

78 
134 
535 
364 
177 
243 
180 

72 
145 
215 
215 

89 

85 
127 
189 


3 
2 
5 
8 
2 
7 

13 

7 

4 

12 

4 

101 

13 

1 

7 

38 

13 

19 

10 

13 

3 

6 

2 

3 

7 

22 

37 

5 

7 

10 
4 
5 
4 
1 
9 
11 
7 
10 




Alleiistown 




Andover 




Auburn 


• • • • 


Belmont 




Boscawen 




Bow 




Bristol 




Candia 




Canterbury 




Chester 




Concord 

Ward 1 




" 2 




3 




" 4........... 




" 5 




6 




" 7 




Chichester 




Danburv 




Deertield 




Deerino" 




Dunbarton 




Epsom 




Franklin 




Gilford 




Gilmanton 




Goflfstown 




Henniker 




Hill 




Hooksett 




Hopkinton 




Loudon . . . . 




New Hampton 




Xew London 




Northfield 




Xorthwood 





312 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 



COUNCILOR 
DISTRICT NO. -2— Continued. 



Nottingham 
Pembroke . . 
Pittsfield . . . 
Raymond . . 
Salisbury . . 
Sanbornton 

Sutton 

Tilton 

Warner . . . . 

Wears 

Webster. . . . 
Wilmot 

Totals.. 



<0 



CO 



176 
276 
275 
107 
102 
155 
80 
170 
253 
242 
113 
117 



9,242 



si 



133 
233 
348 
230 
124 
154 
165 
237 
215 
258 
58 
106 



9,155 



.£3 

o 



7 
57 

8 

5 
22 
19 

9 
11 

3 
22 



497 



<X> 

o 

»— < 



3 



ELECTION STATISTICS. 



813 



COUNCILOR DISTRICT NO. 3. 



Amherst 

Bedford 

Brookline 

Derry , 

Francestown . , 
Greenville. . . . . 

Hollis 

Hudson 

Litchfield 

Londonderry . . 

Lyndeborough , 

Manchester . . , 

Ward 1 

2 

3 

4 



o 
6 
7 

8 



Mason 

Merrimack . . 

Milford 

Mont Yernon 

Nashua 

Ward 1 . . . 
2 ... 



3 

4 
5 
6 

7 
8 



New Boston . . 
New Ipswich. 
Pelham 



33 



Peterborouo;h 



25 



192 


123 


170 


144 


71 


86 


434 


207 


138 


92 


117 


48 


153 


138 


182 


140 


25 


53 


226 


117 


99 


91 


3,414 


3,077 


217 


154 


543 


204 


627 


372 


636 


367 


126 


921 


479 


418 


293 


107 


493 


534 


74 


67 


168 


87 


437 


265 


64 


90 


1,666 


1,709 


291 


184 


206 


162 


105 


219 


154 


142 


75 


209 


341 


381 


247 


229 


247 


183 


153 


119 


154 


66 


126 


124 


387 


228 






o 
6 
3 

7 
1 
5 
9 



3 
5 
76 
8 
15 
15 
18 



10 
3 
7 
3 
2 

19 
1 
3 
3 



CO 
(0 

O 

















1 






i 


8 


1 





814 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 



COUNCILOR 
DISTRICT NO. 3 — Continued. 



Salem 

Sharon . . . , 
Temple . . , 
Wilton . . . . 
Windham . 

Totals 






215 

21 

44 

158 

111 



8,999 



o3 



269 
24 
52 

259 
49 



7,724 



a> 



M 



10 



166 



0) 



14 



ELECTION STATISTICS. 



315 



COUNCILOR DISTRICT NO. 4. 



Ac worth 

Alstead 

Antrim 

Bennington. . 
Bradford . . . . 

Canaan 

Charlestown. 
Cliesterlield . 
Claremont. . . 

Cornisli 

Croydon .... 

Dublin 

Enfield 

Fitz William.. 

Gilsum 

Goshen 

Grafton 

Grantham . . 
Greenfield . . . 
Hancock . . . . 

Hanover 

Harrisville . . 
Hillsborough 
Hinsdale ... 

Jaftrey 

Keene 

Ward 1... 

" 2... 

" 3... 

" 4... 
5... 

Langdon 

Lebanon 

Lempster. . . . 

Lyme 

Marlborough 

Marlow 

Nelson 

Newbury . . . . 



3 



(0 



127 


106 


135 


121 


215 


150 


63 




99 


177 


186 


202 


211 


198 


179 


134 


716 


439 


175 


116 


95 


67 


97 


22 


178 


213 


170 


97 


89 


83 


74 


55 


130 


134 


70 


62 


58 


106 


105 


100 


327 


193 


66 


74 


325 


297 


270 


195 


203 


130 


1,041 


822 


244 


210 


211 


118 


239 


197 


167 


94 


180 


203 


48 


46 


658 


266 


79 


61 


258 


87 


254 


52 


83 


96 


65 


29 


33 


123 



-a 
;-> 

a 
pq 



2 

3 

21 



9 
6 

30 
1 

1 

3 

10 



2 
2 



CO 
(-1 

o 

O 




316 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 



COUNCILOE 
DISTRICT NO. 4— Continued. 


s 
o 


© 




-t-i 
o 

< 


NewDort 


428 

178 

74 

171 

26 

111 

45 

64 

94 

49 

183 

138 

78 

217 

100 

149 

332 

2 


314 

176 
67 
69 
12 
72 
70 
15 

123 
30 

227 
63 

104 

358 
98 

105 

317 
18 


6 
3 

2 
2 




Plainfield 




Richmond 




Rindo'e 




Roxburv 




SDrinffield 


5 




Stoddard 




Sullivan 






SunaDee 


5 
3 
3 




Surrv 




kJUilJ 

Swanzev 




Trov 




Unitv 


7 

11 

4 

1 

12 




Walnole 




Washington 

Westmoreland 




Winchester 




Windsor 










Totals 


9,321 


7,291 


262 


1 


1 





ELECTION STATISTICS. 



317 



COUNCILOR DISTRICT NO. 5. 




Albany 

Alton 

Ashland 

Barnstead 

Bartlett 

Bath 

Benton 

Berlin 

Bethlehem 

Bridgewater . . . 

Brookfield 

Campton 

Carroll 

Centre Harbor. 

Chatham 

Clarksville . . . . 
Colebrook . ... 

Columbia 

Conway 

Dalton 

Dorchester .... 

Dummer 

Eastoji 

Eaton 

Effingham 

Ellsworth 

Errol 

Franconia 

Freedom 

Gorham 

Groton 

Harfs Location 

Haverhill 

Hebron 

Holderness .... 

Jackson 

Jefferson 

Laconia , 

Lancaster 

Landaff 

Lincoln 




37 

225 

200 

118 

85 

109 

17 

270 

98 

66 

55 

174 

76 

68 

53 

25 

161 

80 

292 

52 

43 

55 

13 

46 

92 

4 

7 

49 

60 

173 

45 

13 

346 

41 

59 

25 

86 

614 

383 

46 

12 



40 

176 

100 

243 

159 

155 

46 

212 

227 

48 

66 

131 

84 

88 

43 

49 

268 

91 

311 

89 

68 

52 

68 

94 

109 

42 

40 

96 

147 

197 

78 

2 

394 

46 

127 

108 

211 

590 

424 

95 

10 




09 
O 



O 



13 




2 




3 




2 




4 




3 








8 




1 






4 


2 




10 




3 




13 




2 




7 




18 


* • • • • 


2 








10 




5 




2 




1 




7 


1 


6 




5 




13 




10 




1 





318 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 



COUNCILOR 
DISTRICT NO. 5— Continued. 



Lisbon 

Littleton 

Livermore 

Lyman 

Madison 

Meredith 

Middleton 

Milan 

Monroe 

Moultonborough 

New Durham 

Northumberland 

Oran o-e 

Orford 

Ossipee 

Piermont 

Pittsburg , 

Plymouth 

Randolph 

Rumney 

Sandwich 

Shelburne 

Stark , 

Stewartstown 

Strafford 

Stratford 

Tamw^orth 

Thornton 

Tuftonborough 

Wakefield 

Warren 

Waterville 

Wentworth 

Wentworth's Location. 

Whitefield 

Wolf eborough 

Woodstock 



Totals, 






325 

447 

5 

63 
120 
277 

33 
145 

92 
198 

51 
163 

31 
172 
185 
111 

73 
234 

17 
130 
212 

43 

63 

72 
192 

90 
193 

60 

95 
168 

70 
5 

62 



262 

412 

30 

9,364 






224 

425 

17 

82 

44 

290 

55 

83 

41 

130 

139 

158 

53 

109 

284 

77 

89 

257 

32 

175 

146 

35 

95 

152 

210 

174 

124 

142 

142 

234 

161 

4 

164 

. 9 

182 

267 

77 

10,695 



o 



« 



9 
31 

2 

4 



14 
4 



10 
30 
19 
4 
11 

6 
40 



3 



1 

7 
2 
2 
5 
3 



2 

.19 

2 

386 



VOTE FOR SENATORS, 



NOVEMBER 6, 1888. 



coos DISTRICT, NO. 1. 


Libbey. 


Perkins. 





CQ 


Hi 

u 

(0 

.a 
■»-> 


<! 


Berlin 


270 

76 

25 

162 

80 

72 

54 

7 

173 

79 

385 

145 

163 

73 

18 

43 

63 

72 

90 

""296* 


212 

84 

49 

271 

91 

69 

52 

40 

198 

222 

418 

83 

152 

88 

31 

35 

95 

154 

175 

9 

153 






Carroll 


1 




Clarksville 




Co] ebrook 


. 9 
3 




Columbia 




Dalton 




Duinmer 






Errol 




Gorham 


2 

3 

11 

2 




fTefferson 




Lancaster 




Milan 




Northumberland 




Pittsburg 


4 




Randolph 




Shelburne 






Stark 






Stewartstown 

Stratford 


3 
1 




WentM'orth's Location 




Whitefield 


2 








Totals 


2,340 


2,681 


41 









320 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 



GRAFTON DISTRICT, NO. 2. 



Albany 

Bartlett 

Bath 

Benton 

Bethlehem . . . 

Chatham 

Conway 

Easton 

Eaton 

Ellsworth 

Franconia 

Hart's Location 

Haverhill 

Jackson 

Landaif 

Lincoln ........ 

Lisbon 

Littleton 

Livermore 

Lyman 

Monroe 

Thornton 

Warren 

Waterville .... 
Wentworth. . . . 
Woodstock .... 

Totals 






37 
85 

109 
17 
98 
53 

292 
13 
i6 
4 
49 
13 

346 
25 
46 
12 

322 

431 
5 
58 
92 
60 
70 
5 
62 
30 



2,380 



0) 

o 



40 

159 

155 

46 

229 

43 

311 

68 

94 

42 

96 

2 

394 

108 

95 

10 

227 

440 

17 

87 

41 

142 

161 

4 

164 

77 



■♦3 

o 

a 



3,252 



3 

2 

4 

1 

2 
13 

7 
18 

io" 

7 



9 

28 



2 
3 

1 
2 

115 



0) 

o 



ELECTION STATISTICS. 



321 



LEBANON DISTRICT, NO. 3. 



Canaan 

Dorchester 
Enfield... 
Grantham . 
Hanover. . 
Lebanon... 
Lyme. . . . 

Orforcl 

Piermont.. 
Plain field. 

Totals 



c3 



186 
43 
178 
70 
325 
633 
249 
173 
111 
178 



2,146 



S 

CO 



202 

68 

212 

62 
189 
296 

95 

108 

77 

177 






M 



8 

3 
2 
1 
6 

7 
10 



to 
o 

*-< 

o 



1,486 



40 



19 



21 



21 



322 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 



PLYMOUTH DISTRICT, NO. 4. 


s 
® 


• 

o 

u 
o 


o 

a 

© 


05 

5 


<! 


Alexandria 


76 

203 

62 

255 

173 

68 

87 

130 

45 

42 

93 

60 

119 

198 

176 

146 

29 

231 

130 

212 

111 

193 

117 


140 

95 

51 

178 

131 

90 

118 

134 

78 

45 

72 

126 

44 

130 

91 

85 

54 

259 

175 

146 

72 

124 

106 


3 




Ashland 




T^rido'ewater 






Bristol 


7 
8 

3' 

2 
1 




Camnton . . . , 




Centre Harbor 


9 


T)aiiburv 




(rraf ton 




Grroton 




Hebron 




Hill 


4 
6 




Holderness 




Madison 




Moultonboroiio"!! 


• 14 

8 

11 




New Hampton 




New London 




Orange 






11 
6 

40 
5 
7 

22 




Rumnev 




Sandwich 




Snrinoffield 








Wilmot 








Totals 


2,956 


2,544 


158 


2 







ELECTION STATISTICS. 



323 



LACONIA DISTRICT, NO. 5. 



Andover... 
Belmont... 
Franklin . . 
Laconia. . . 
Meredith .. 
Nortlifield. 
Salisbury . . 
Sanbornton 
Tilton 

Totals. 



a 

O 



98 
216 
424 
614 
270 
159 
102 
154 
170 



2,207 



02 
O 

in 
O 



234 
105 
535 
589 
295 
127 
124 
156 
237 



2,402 



a 
o 



5 
2 

22 

14 

3 

7 



5 
19 



77 



u 

■a 
■*-> 
o 



WINNIPESAUIilEE DISTRICT, NO. 6. 


>> 




o 

n 


All others. 


Alton 


225 

55 

97 

51 

532 

212 

33 

51 

184 

99 

167 

421 


176 
55 
102 
142 
312 
177 
55 
139 
289 
128 
233 
259 


13 




Brookfield 




Effino-ham 


2 

6 

32 

5 




Freedom 




Gilford 




Gilmanton 




Middleton 




New Durham 


4 

26 

4 

5 

19 




Ossipee 




Tuftonborouffh 




Wakefield 




Wolfeborou^h 








Totals 


2,127 


2,067 


115 









324 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 



SULLIVAN DISTRICT, NO. 7. 



Acworth 

Cliarlestown 
Claremont . 
Cornish .... 
Croydon . . . 
Langdon... . 
Newport. . . . 
Sunapee .... 
Unity 

Totals . 



o 
o 

pq 



128 

211 

737 

175 

95 

48 

427 

94 

78 



1,993 



in 
-a 
o 

P 



106 
198 
417 
116 
67 
46 
313 
111 
105 



1,479 



2 

P5 





.i.r.a 


2 




6 




30 




1 




4 




7 


1 


5 




7 





62 



CO 

<o 
o 



HILLSBOROUGH DISTRICT, NO. 8. 



Alstead 

Antrim 

Bennington . 

Bradford 

Deering 

Gilsum 

Goshen 

Hancock 

Hillsborough 

Lempster 

Marlow 

Newbury . . . 

Stoddard 

Walpole 

"Washington . 
Windsor 

Totals . . 



o 



135 

217 

75 

120 

50 

89 

74 

106 

326 

79 

86 

43 

46 

293 

100 

3 



1,842 



>5 

0) 



O 



119 

147 
87 

155 

119 
83 
55 
99 

278 
61 
96 

107 
69 

279 
98 
17 



1,869 






O 

21 



15 

8 



11 
4 



70 



0) 

o 



2 

i 



ELECTION STATISTICS. 



325 



MERRIMACK DISTRICT, NO. 9. 



Boscawen 

Bow 

Canterbury 

Concord — Ward 1 

Dunbarton 

Henniker 

Hopkinton 

Pembroke 

Sutton 

Warner 

Webster 

Totals 



o 



204 

37 

135 

209 

69 

174 

271 

275 

75 

255 

113 



1,817 



o 



130 
166 
153 
217 
108 
224 
221 
234 
172 
211 
57 



1,893 



CO 

a 



2 
13 

7 
12 
3 
9 
4 
6 

19 
8 
3 



86 



m 



O 



CONCORD DISTRICT, NO. 10. 



Concord — Ward 3 

" " 5 

" 6 

Totals 





c 




^ 


o 


, 


fee 


ai 


■ij 


•iH 






o 




02 


117 


124 


7 


529 


477 


37 


381 


257 


18 


418 


427 


18 


238 


210 


11 


1,683 


1,495 


91 



£1 
Xi 

o 



3 
1 



326 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 



PITTSFIELD DISTRICT, NO. 11. 



Allenstown 

Barnstead 

Barrington 

Chichester 

Concord — Ward 2 

Deerfield 

Epsom 

Lee 

Loudon 

Madbiiry 

Northwood 

Nottingham 

Pittsfield 

Strafford 

Totals 



a 


^ 
-i-> 


e3 


9 


c 


-4^ 


c 


t-( 


o 


d 


H 


« 


62 


116 


200 


160 


224 


165 


80 


114 


88 


155 


246 


186 


145 


122 


99 


94 


125 


203 


69 


37 


215 


171 


176 


133 


344 


283 


193 


210 


2,266 


2,149 



o 



13 



6 
6 



1 

ii 

54' 



93 



33 

o 

O 

i-H 



2 

i 



SOMERS WORTH DISTRICT, NO. 12. 



Farmington . 

Milton 

Rochester . . . 
Somersworth 

Totals . . 







fl 











^^ 


•i-i 


c3 


^ 


a 


424 


569 


285 


141 


741 


786 


556 


553 


2,006 


2,049 



c5 



3 

6 

29 

9 



47 



OS 
u 

A 



ELECTION STATISTICS. 



327 



KEENE DISTRICT, NO. 13. 


to 
(§ 

1,057 

235 

215 

254 

176 

177 

65 

26 

63 

49 

148 




* 

■4-1 

*-> 

o 

< 


• 

OQ 
« 

Si 
o 

F-H 

< 


Keene 


838 

218 

117 

200 

97 

206 

28 

12 

15 

30 

106 






Ward 1 






" 2 






♦' 3 






" 4 






'* 5 




Nelson 


1 




lioxburv 




Sullivan 






Siiri'v 






"^ J • •••..«. 

Westmoreland 












Totals 


1,408 


1,029 


1 









CHESHIRE DISTRICT, NO. 14. 


05 

a 

OS 


• 

o 

in 


Brock. 


All others. 


Chesterfield 


179 

96 

169 

65 

271 

203 

234 

74 

180 

180 

133 

331 


134 

22 

96 

74. 
194 
130 

62 

67 

56 
227 

66 
318 


. 




Dublin 






!Fitzwilliani 






Harrisville 






Hinsdale 


10 




JaftVev 




Marlborough 




2 


Richmond 




Rindo^e 






Swanzev 




1 


Trov 




Winchester 





9 






Totals 


2,115 


1,446 


10 


12 



328 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 



PETERBOEOUGH DISTRICT, NO. 15. 



Brookline 

Francestown . 
Greenfield. . . . 
Greenville . . . 

Hollis 

Lyndeborough 

Mason 

New Ipswich . 
Peterborough 

Sharon , 

Temple 

Wilton 

Totals 







1 


o 

3 


O 


H 


53 


97 


138 


92 


53 


111 


105 


55 


152 


139 


97 


92 


72 


69 


153 


66 


404 


200 


23 


22 


42 


52 


153 


264 


1,445 


1,259 



01 

p 



3 
1 



8 
9 
5 
3 
1 
2 



33 



tn 
o 

o 



1 
1 



AMHERST DISTRICT, NO. 16. 


• 


® 

a 

i 


O 


• 

m 
u 

o 

*^ 
1— < 

o 

< 


Amherst 


192 

165 
268 
168 
437 
63 
148 
245 


123 
146 
237 

87 
266 

90 
124 
256 


6 
6 
7 
2 

18 
1 
8 

10 




Bedford 




Goflfstown ' 




Merrimack 




Milf ord 




Mont Vernon 




New Boston 




"Weare 








Totals 


1,686 


1,329 


57 









ELECTION STATISTICS. 



329 











m 


NASHUA DISTRICT, NO. 17. 


>> 

S 


do 


o 


S3 

4J 




S-i 


SB 


QQ 


o 




3 


2 


2 


i-H 




S 


a 


a. 


<^ 


Nashua — Ward 1 


281 


187 


10 


2 


" 2 


188 

79 

149 


172 
243 
145 


7 

1 

10 




" 3 




" 4 




" 5 


73 
331 

216 

228 


211 
391 
259 
205 






" 6 


5 

7 
8 




" 7 




" 8 








Totals 


1,545 


1,813 


48 


9 







MANCHESTER DISTRICT, NO. 18. 


00 

!= 


Reynolds. 


Ferren. 


All others. 


Mancliester — Ward 3 


644 
643 
147 
489 
288 
539 


353 
362 

900 
408 
119 
466 


15 
15 




" " 4 




«« " 5 




♦' 6 


*i6 

1 

7 




«' 7 




" 8 


1 






Totals 


2,750 


2,608 


48 


1 







330 



NEW HAxMPSHIRE MANUAL. 









• 


• 
00 


AMOSKEAG DISTRICT, NO. 19. 




01 


oe 


5 




eS 


e3 


•^ 


O 




o 










^^ 




•pH 






«j 


;;> 


o 


<« 


Manchester — Ward 1 


302 


170 


8 


1 


" '« 2 


529 


210 


15 








Totals 


831 


380 


23 


1 







LONDONDERRY DISTRICT, NO. 20. 


— 

d 


• 

d 


o 


m 
u 
a> 

.a 
■(J 

o 

^^ 


Auburn 


85 
177 
152 
390 

96 
171 
179 

25 
238 
130 
121 
210 
108 


114 
211 
140 
266 

67 
145 
143 

54 
119 
116 
216 
272 

52 


8 




Candia 




Chester 


2 
3 
5 
5 
5 




Derrv 




j^\ji.i.j ......................... 

Fremont 




Mooksett 




Hudson 




Litchfield 




Londonderrv 


5 




Pelham 




BaTmond 


8 
10 




Salem 


3 


Windham .... . ... .... 










Totals 


2,082 


1,915 


51 


3 







ELECTION STATISTICS. 



331 



ROCKINGHAM DISTRICT, NO. 21. 



Atkinson 

Brentwood 

Danville 

East Kingston. 

Exeter 

HamjDSteacl 

Hampton 

Hampton Falls. 

Kensington 

Kingston 

Xewton 

Plaistow 

Sandown 

Seabrook 

South Hamj)ton 

Totals 






81 
138 
118 

56 
623 
147 
201 

84 

68 
148 
154 
122 

57 
171 

64 



2,232 



c 
o 



62 
70 
61 
77 

297 
81 

155 
72 
84 

199 

171 
86 
87 

245 
42 



1,789 






4 

4 



14 
22 
12 
8 
2 
14 



5 

4 



89 



o 



NEWMARKET DISTRICT, NO. 22. 


Lynch. 




5 
S 


• 

o 

1— t 

<1 


Durham 


134 

189 
76 
80 
32 

232 
92 
89 
99 

180 
90 


122 

268 

98 

91 

66 

293 

131 

231 

167 

71 

101 






EDnine* 


12 
4 




J-i^jJlAJg, 

Greenland 




^N^ewcastle 




Newington 

Newmarket 


1 
7 
5 
3 
4 
1 
4 


3 


North Hamilton 




Portsmouth — Ward 3 




Rye 




South Newmarket 

Stratham 








Totals 


1,293 


1,639 


41 


3 







332 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 



DOVER DISTRICT, NO. 23. 


6 
♦J 




Thurston. 


All others. 


Dover Ward 1 


286 
415 
369 
406 

28 
208 


179 
292 
183 
334 
338 
116 


1 




" " 2 




«♦ " 3 




1 


<( <( ^ 


3 


(( (( /^ 




Rollinsf ord 












Totals 


1,712 


1,442 


1 


4 







PORTSMOUTH DISTRICT, NO. 24. 


S 


o 

o 


• 


• 

n 

i 

1— t 


Portsmouth — Ward 1 


329 
407 
159 


505 
500 
246 


2 
2 


2 


«' " 2 




«« «< 4 


1 






Totals 


895 


1,251 


4 


3 







VOTE ON CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS, 

1889. 



QUESTIONS" SUBMITTED. 

Note.— The following questions are printed liere to avoid the necessity ol 
repeating them at the head of each column of the tables. The columns are 
numbered at the head of each with figures corresponding with the numbers 
of the questions, and each double column of figures shows the vote for and 
against the proposed amendments in each town, ward, and citj'-, by counties, 
and the aggregate by counties. 

1. Do you approve of changing the time for the meeting of the 
Legislature from June to January, and of changing the time when 
the terms of office of the executive and legislative departments shall 
commence, and the other amendments in conformity therewith, as 
proposed in the amended Constitution ? 

2. Do you approve of compensating the members of both houses 
of the Legislature by a fixed salary, as proposed in the amended 
Constitution ? 

3. Do you approve of filling vacancies in the Senate by a new 
election, as proposed in the amended Constitution ? 

4. Do you approve of having the speaker of the House act as 
Governor, in case of vacancies in the offices of Governor and presi- 
dent of the Senate, as proposed in the amended Constitution ? 

5. Do you approve of inserting in the Constitution an article pro- 
hibiting the manufacture or sale, or keeping for sale, of alcoholic 
or intoxicating liquor as a beverage, as proposed in the amended 
Constitution ? 

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making the same non-sectarian, as proposed in the amended Consti- 
tution ? 

7. Do you approve of amending the Constitution with reference 
to rej)resentation in classed towns, as proposed in the amended Con- 
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VOTE FOR 



The following are the persons who were voted for and the number of votes 
6th of November, 1888. Elective county officers qualify and enter 





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183 
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153 

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225 
119 
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176 

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211 
610 
278 
176 


365 
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478 
206 
637 
283 
176 


368 
184 
571 
284 
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483 
212 
613 

278 
176 


364 
177 
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289 
90 


38 


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Meredith 


4 


New Hampton 


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157 
168 


156 
240 


5 
17 


145 
171 


179 
246 


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158 
171 


155 
236 


5 


Tilton 


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2,667 


2,562 


102 


2,654 


2,597 


82 


2,678 


2,554 


104 



ELECTION STATISTICS. 



351 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 



received by each, for tlie offices designated, in tlie several covinties, on the 
upon their duties on the first day of July next aft«r their election. 



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116 


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197 


242 


244 


128 


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173 


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142 


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170 


171 


158 


145 


145 


2 


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88 


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365 


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486 


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477 


478 


470 


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375 


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212 


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176 


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209 


227 


181 


176 


159 


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612 


593 


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626 


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605 


602 


594 


602 


590 


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4 


280 


287 


4 


279 


279 


279 


288 


288 


288 


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175 


87 


8 


184 


82 


8 


175 


176 


174 


90 


90 


94 


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158 


155 


5 


157 


146 


5 


157 


158 


156 


156 


155 


154 


5 


170 


237 


19 

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167 


241 


18 


170 


170 


167 


237 


237 


237 


22 


2,669 


2,558 il06 

1 


2,707 


2,517 


100 


2,667 


2,657 


2,743 


2,574 


2,576 


2,412 


113 



352 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 



CARROLL COUNTY. 



Albany 

Bartlett 

Brookfield 

Chatham 

Conway 

Eaton 

Effingham 

Freedom 

Hart's Location. . 

Jackson 

Madison 

Moultonborough. 

Ossipee 

Sandwich 

Tamworth 

Tuf tonborough . . 
Wakefield 



Wolfeborough. 



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85 

54 

53 

292 

45 

91 

50 

13 

25 

120 

198 

182 

211 

194 

94 

169 

420 



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159 

55 

43 
310 

94 

110 

147 

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108 

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130 
284 
150 
123 
143 
232 
257 



2,430 



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69 

53 

289 

42 

90 

50 

13 

25 

120 

198 

184 

212 

193 

95 

169 

416 



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41 

43 
312 

96 

109 

147 

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286 
147 
124 
142 
231 
267 



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7 

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310 


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90 


112 



56 

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120 

198 

178 

212 

193 

95 

170 

415 



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43 
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285 
146 
124 
142 
231 
267 






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14 
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5 

17 

157 



ELECTION STATISTICS. 



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Register of 
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Register of 
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159 


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85 


85 


85 


159 


159 


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43 


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53 


53 


43 


43 


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294 


309 


13 


291 


311 


13 


292 


291 


292 


310 


310 


310 






46 


94 


18 


45 


94 


18 


39 


46 


46 


101 


94 


94 






90 


105 


2 


91 


111 


2 


88 


102 


91 


108 


100 


111 






50 


147 


5 


50 


146 


5 


49 


50 


50 


148 


147 


147 






13 


2 


• • • 


13 


2 


• • • 


13 


13 


13 


2 


2 


2 






25 108 


• • • 


25 


108 


• • • 


25 


25 


25 


108 


108 


108 






120 


43 


■ • • 


108 


49 


• • • 


120 


119 


120 


44 


43 


43 






198 


131 


14 


197 


131 


14 


198 


200 


194 


130 


130 


137 






188 


288 


27 


183 


289 


30 


187 


184 


184 


283 


284 


283 






212 


146 


40 


211 


146 


41 


213 


213 


213 


146 


146 


147 






193 


124 


7 


161 


152 


7 


192 


193 


194 


124 


125 


125 






99 


138 


2 


97 


140 


2 


95 


95 


95 


142 


142 


142 






169 


233 


4 


168 


233 


5 


168 


168 


170 


233 


233 


231 






415 


266 


17 


415 


263 


17 


413 


413 


414 


267 


268 


267 






2,342 


2,431 


154 


2,284 


2,472 


159 


2,322 


2,342 


2,331 


2,443 


2,429 


2,444 


• 


* 



23 



354 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 



CHESHIRE COUNTY 



SOLICITOE. 



Alstead 

Chesterfield... 

Dublin 

Fitzwilliain.. . 

Gilsum 

Harrisville — 

Hinsdale 

Jaffrey 

Keene 

Ward 1.... 

" 2.... 

" ;3.... 

" -i.... 

" 5.... 
Marlborough . 

Marlow 

Nelson 

Richmond 

Rindge 

Eoxbury 

Stoddard 

Sullivan 

Surrv 

Swanzey 

Troy 

Walpole 

Westmoreland 
Winchester . . 

Totals . . . 



o 



115 

168 

98 

178 

60 

68 

189 

204 

871 

197 

160 

220 

145 

149 

237 

91 

62 

56 

173 

22 

47 

58 

47 

164 

125 

218 

1281 

323 



3,701 



c 
o 

C 






o 
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138 

134 

22 

97 

86 

69 

265 

130 

959 

244 

158 

219 

118 

220 

67 

92 

28 

81 

70 

13 

68 

, 20 

31 

246 

72 

366 

122 

326 



3,502 



03 

o 

o 



9 



12 



Sheriff. 






135 

178 

97 

170 

88 

66 

271 

204 

1,045 

245 

211 

241 

168 

180 

254 

83 

65 

74 

172 

26 

47 

62 

49 

182 

137 

223 

143 

329 



o 
o 

r-i 

o 

CO 



121 

134 

22 

97 

82 

74 

194 

130 

811 

204 

116 

195 

93 

203 

50 

96 

29 

67 

66 

12 

69 

15 

30 

227 

63 

351 

105 

318 



4,100; 3,463 



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1 

10 

> • • 

1 

10 
2 

39 
3 
5 

19 

12 

"i 

4 

2 
2 



3 
4 

12 
1 

12 



Treasurer. 



Ill 






135 

179 

97 

170 

89 

67 

271 

202 

1,060 

247 

210 

242 

170 

181 

254 

83 

65 

74 

172 

26 

46 

64 

49 

185 

133 

216 

149 

332 






121 

122 

22 

97 

83 

74 

191 

130 

730 






173 



87. 12 
188 .. . 



51 

96 

29 

67 

69 

12 

70 

13 

30 

177 

63 

358 

105 

317 



4,118 3,027 



3 

i 

10 

i 

10 

2 
38 



171 2 
111 5 



19 



7 
4 

2 
2 



3 
4 

ii 

1 

12 



111 



ELECTION STATISTICS. 



355 



Register of 


Register of 


1 
1 


County Commissioners. 


Probate. 


Deeds. 


1 
1 












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3 


O 


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3 


Ch 


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O 


o 


> 


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< 


135 


121 


135 


121 


135 


133 


135 


121 


121 


121 


' 3 


179 


134 


• • • 


179 


134 


• • • 


179 


179 


179 


134 


134 


134 


• • • 


97 


22 


1 


97 


22 


1 


97 


97 


97 


22 


22 


22 


1 


170 


97 


10 


169 


97 


10 


170 


169 


170 


97 


98 


97 


10 


89 


83 


• • • 


89 


83 


• • • 


88 


90 


89 


82 


83 


83 


« • • 


67 


74 


1 


67 


74 


1 


67 


67 


67 


74 


74 


74 


1 


271 


194 


10 


271 


193 


9 


271 


271 


271 


194 


194 


194 


10 


202 


130 


2 


202 


130 


2 


202 


202 


202 


130 


130 


130 


2 


1,046 


814 


39 


1,046 


810 


39 


1,046 


1,013 


1,045 


815 


825 


847 


38 


2-47 


206 


3 


247 


206 


3 


247 


240 


247 


206 


209 


237 


2 


210 


117 


5 


210 


115 


5 


211 


209 


211 


117 


117 


118 


5 


242 


193 


19 


241 


193 


19 


242 


229 


241 


194 


201 


194 


19 


167 


95 


12 


169 


93 


12i 


, 167 


160 


167 


95 


95 


95 


12 


180 


203 


• • • 


179 


203 


• • • 


179 


175 


179 


203 


203 


203 


• • • 


256 


49 


7 


254 


51 


7 


253 


253 


252 


51 


51 


50 


7 


83 


96 


4 


83 


96 


4' 


81 


82 


83 


96 


95 


96 


4 


65 


29 


• • « 


: 65 


29 


• • • 


65 


63 


65 


29 


29 


29 


• • • 


74 


67 


2 


74 


67 


2 


74 


77 


74 


67 


64 


67 


2 


172 


69 


2 


172 


69 


2 


172 


171 


172 


69! 


69 


69 


2 


26 


12 


• « • 


26 


12 


• • • 


26 


23 


26 


12 


12 


12 


• • • 


46 


70 


• • • 


46 


70 


• « • 


46 


27: 


46 


70 


84 


70 


• « • 


64i 


15 


• • • 


64 


15 


• • • 


56 


47: 


61 


16 


18 


15 


• • * 


49 


30 


3 


49 


30 


3 


49i 


49 


49 


30 


30 


29! 


3 


181 


226 


4 


182: 


227 


4 


182 


176 


182 


227 


227 


227 


4 


138 


63 


• • • 


137 


63 


• • * 


138 


135 


138 


63 


63 


63 


• • • 


216 


358 


11 


216 


358 


11 


216 


216 


216 


358 


358 


358 11 


149 


105 


1 


149; 


105 


1 


149 


142 


149 


105 


105 


105; 1 


332 


317 


12 


332: 

1 


317 


12 


332 


318 


332 


317 

1 


321 


3171 12 


4,107 


3,175 


112 


4,104 


3,173* 


111 


4,094 


4,000 4,100 


3,179 


3,207 


3,209 


111 



356 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 





Solicitor. 


Sheriff. 


Treasurer. 


COOS COUNTY. 


> 
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d 


CO 
© 

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George M. Stevens, d. 


CD 
© 

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< 
1 

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3 

• • • 

2 
5 

10 
2 

4 

• • • 

• • • 

• • • 

3 
1 

• • • 

2 


i-i 


o 
oe 

© 
be 

o 
© 


• 
03 

© 

O 

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Berlin 


255 

77 

25 

171 

83 

52 

56 

7 

182 

92 

392 

148 

177 

77 

18 

45 

67 

75 

90 

'*263 


225 

84 

49 

270 

91 

89 

51 

40 

194 

210 

420 

82 

139 

89 

31 

33 

91 

154 

176 

9 

182 


268 

73 

25 

162 

80 

71 

65 

1 7 

i 173 

1 93 

i 365 

145 

179 

74 

17 

! ^3 

i 65 

72 
82 

"287 


214 

87 

49 

269 

91 

70 

52 

40 

198 

204 

441 

83 

141 

88 

32 

35 

39 

152 

183 

9 

155 


270 

76 

25 

161 

79 

52 

55 

7 

173 

86 

383 

145 

178 

73 

17 

43 

63 

72 

91 

"262 

2,311 


212 

84 

49 

271 

91 

89 

52 

40 

198 

211 

421 

83 

142 

89 

32 

35 

95 

150 

174 

9 

182 




Carroll 


1 


Chirksville 




Colebrook 


10 


Columbia 


3 


Dalton 




Dummer 




l^irrol 




fTorliani 


2 


.Tpfferson 


5 


Lancaster 

Milan 


10 

9, 


Northumberland 

Pittsburo" 


4 


TJ.andolnli 




Shelburne 




Stark 

Stewartstown 

Stratford 


"3 
1 


Wentworth's Location 
Whitefield 


• • • 

2 






Totals 


2,352 


2,709 


2,326 


2,682 


43 


2,709 


43 







ELECTION STATISTICS. 



357 



Kegistek of 


Register of 




County Commissioners 


3. 


Probate. 


Deeds. 














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k 


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270 


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212 


1-5 


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270 


212 


212 


270 


270 


270 


212 


212 


• • • 


76 


84 


1 


76 


84 


1 


76 


76 


76 


84 


84 


84 


1 


25 


49 




25 


49 


• • • 


25 


23 


25 


49 


49 


49 


• • • 


161 


271 


10 


161 


271 


10 


162 


162 


163 


269 


269 


269 


10 


80 


91 


3 


80 


91 


3 


80 


80 


87 


91 


87 


87 


3 


52 


89 


• • • 


52 


89 


• • • 


52 


52 


52 


89 


88 


89 


• • • 


55 


52 


• • • 


55 


52 


• • • 


55 


55 


55 


52 


52 


52 


• • ft 


7 


40 


• • • 


7 


40 


• • • 


7 


7 


7 


40 


40 


40 


• • • 


173 


198 


2 


173 


198 


2 


159 


173 


173 


211 


198 


198 


2 


86 


211 


5 


86 


211 


5 


86 


86 


86 


211 


211 


211 


5 


380 


422 


10 


379 


422 


10 


393 


388 


388 


416 


413 


417 


10 


145 


83 


2 


147 


81 


2 


145 


145 


145 


83 


83 


83 


2 


178 


142 


• • • 


181 


142 




181 


181 


179 


141 


136 


141 


m • • 


73 


89 


4 


73 


89 


4 


73 


73 


73 


89 


89 


89 


4 


17 


32 


• ■ • 


17 


32 


• • • 


17 


17 


17 


32 


32 


32 


• • • 


43 


35 


• • • 


43 


35 


• • • 


42 


43 


41 


38 


35 


33 


• • • 


63 


94 


• • • 


68 


89 


• • • 


63 


66 


62 


95 


87 


95 


• • • 


72 


153 


3 


72 


154 


3 


74 


74 


61 


151 


150 


164 


• • • 


90 


175 


• • • 


90 


175 


1 


90 


90 


90 


175 


174 


174 


1 




9 

182 


• • • 

2 


'"262 


9 

182 










9 

182 

1 


9 

182 


9 
182 




262 


2 


262 


262 


262 


2 


2,308 


! 2,713 


42 


2,317 


2,707 


43 


2,312 


2,323 


2,312 

1 


2,719 


2,680 


2,710 


40 



358 



NEAV HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 



GRAFTON COUNTY. 



Alexandria . . 

Ashland 

Bath 

Benton 

Bethlehem . . 
Bridgewater 

Bristol 

Campton 

Canaan 

Dorchester . . 

Easton 

Ellsworth. . . 

Enfield 

Franconia. . . 

Grafton 

Groton 

Hanover , . . . 
Haverhill . . . 

Hebron 

Holderness.. 

Landaff 

Lebanon 

Lincoln 

Lisbon 

Littleton . . . . 
Livermore . . 

Lyman 

Lyme 

Monroe 

Orange 

Orford 

Piermont 

Plymouth . . . 



Solicitor. 




76 
188 
106 

17 
103 

66 
255 
174 
186 

43 

13 

4 

178 

49 
132 

45 
324 
343 

41 

59 

48 
635 

12 

325 

451 

5 

63 
255 

92 

31 
172 
113 
233 



CD 

o 
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140 

110 

152 

46 

224 

48 

179 

131 

205 

68 

68 

42 

213 

96 

134 

78 

191 

396 

46 

127 

94 

296 

10 

225 

425 

17 

82 

95 

41 

53 

109 

77 

257 



CD 
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Sheriff. 



3 



o 

S-i 

5 



76 

200 

112 

17 

98 

66 

264 

174 

184 

43 

11 

4 

179 

49 

130 

47 

316 

344 

41 

59 

47 

647 

12 

335 

450 

5 

64 

250 

92 

29 

173 

110 

230 



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140 

100 

151 

46 

226 

48 

171 

131 

204 

68 

68 

42 

212 

92 

134 

76 

194 

396 

46 

127 

93 

271 

10 

216 

421 

17 

81 

91 

41 

54 

108 

78 

261 



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3 

2 
2 
4 
3 

7 

8 



2 
7 

3 

10 
2 
1 
2 
6 

6 
1 

8 

• • • 

9 
32 

> • • 

2 
6 



10 
19 
11 



Treasurer. 



o 
o 

CD 
33 



75 

200 

97 

16 

98 

66 

254 

174 

186 

43 

13 

4 

178 

48 

130 

44 

327 

333 

33 

59 

46 

633 

12 

327 

445 

5 

63 

249 

91 

31 

172 

110 

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100 

157 
47 

227 
48 

178 

131 

205 
68 
68 
42 

213 
97 

134 
79 

192 

402 
52 

127 
95 

296 
10 

224 

424 
17 
82 
95 
42 
53 

109 
77 

259 



3 
2 
2 
4 
3 

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6 

8 

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2 

7 

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10 
2 
1 
1 
8 

6 
1 

8 

9 
32 

2 

7 



10 
19 
11 



ELECTION STATISTICS. 



359 



Register of 
Probate. 


Register of 
Deeds. 


County Commissioners. 




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a 

a 

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76 


140 


140 


1 

76 


69 


76 


141 


147 


138 


3 


200 


100 


2 


200 


99 


2 


200 


200 


201 


100 


100 


99 


2 


108 


155 


2 


102 


162 


2 


109 


109 


109 


155 


155 


155 


2 


17 


46 


4 


17 


46 


4 


17 


16 


17 


46 


46 


47 


4 


98 


227 


3 


98 


227 


3 


98 


98 


98 


227 


227 


227 


3 


66 


48 


• • • 


66 


48 


• • . ' 


66 


66 


66 


48 


48 


48 


• • • 


259 


176 


7 


258 


176 


1 

V 


259 


259 


259 


176 


176 


176 


? 


174 


131 


8 


174 


131 


8 


174 


173 


171 


130 


130 


130 


8 


186 


205 


5 


186 


205 


5 


183 


186 


186 


204 


204 


205 


5 


43 


68 


2 


43 


68 


2 


41 


43 


43 


70 


68 


68 


2 


13 


68 


7 


13 


68 


7 


13 


13 


13 


68 


68 


68 


7 


4 


42 


• • • 


4 


42 


■ • • 


4 


4 


1 


42 


44 


42 


• « ■• 


178 


213 


3 


178 


213 


3! 


178 


178 


178 


213 


213 


213 


3 


49 


96 


10 


49 


102 


4; 


49 


49 


49 


96 


96 


96 


10 


130 


134 


2 


130 


134 


2: 


129 


130 


130 


137 


133 


134 


« * ^ 


45 


78 


1 


45 


78 


1 


44 


44 


42 


78 


83 


78 


1 


337 


183 


• • • 


32Q 


118 


1 


327 


326 


325 


194 


192 


190 


I 


352 


387 


7 


367 


374 


71 


347 


348 


341 


393 


392 


400 


6 


41 


46 


• • • 


41 


46 


1 


41 


41 


41 


46 


46 


46 


• • • 


59 


127 


6: 


59 


127 


• • • 1 


59 


59 


58 


127 


127 


126 


6 


46 


95 


1 


43 


98 


1 


46 


46 


46 


95 


95 


95 


1 


633 


296 


• • • ' 


633 


296 


8 


629 


632 


628 


302 


296 


296 


8 


12 


10 


• • • 1 


12 


10 


■ • • 1 


12 


12 


12 


10 


10 


10 


... 


327 


224 


o! 


326 


225 


9! 


327 


327 


327 


224 


224 


223 


9 


447 


426 


31 


421 


453 


27 


445 


447 


445 


425 


425 


425 


32 


5 


17 


• • • 


5 


17 


• • • 


5 


5 


5 


17 


17 


17 


• • • 


64 


82 


2 


56 


90 


2 


64 


64 


64 


82 


82 


82 


2 


249 


96 


7 


250 


95 


7 


272 


249 


249 


85 


95 


85 


6 


92 


41 


• • • 


92 


41 


* * * 


92 


92 


92 


41 


41 


41 




31 


53 


• • • 


31 


53 


• • • 


31 


31 


31 


53 


53 


53 


• • • 


171 


110 


10 


172 


109 


10 


171 


172 


172 


109 


109 


110 


10 


111 


77 


19 


111 


77 


19 


111 


111 


111 


77 


77 


77 


19 


234 


257 


11 


234 


257 


11 


234 


234 


234 


257 


257 


257 


11 



360 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 





Solicitor. 


Sheriff. 


Treasurer. 
























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175 


133 


172 


130 


175 


6 


Thornton 


60 

71 

5 

62 
30 


1421... 


60 

70 

5 

62 
30 


142 

161 

4 

164 

77 


2 
3 

• • • 

1 


60 
70 
5 
62 
30 

5,151 


142 

161 

4 

163 

77 


2 


AVarren 


161 

4 

164 

77 


• • • 

• • • 

• • • 


3 


Waterville 




Wpntworth 


1 


Woodstock 


2 






Total 


5,195 


5,198 


1 

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5,218 

1 


5,134 


182 


5,213 


186 











ELECTION STATISTICS. 



361 



Register of 
Probate. 



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60 
70 
5 
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142 

161 

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164 

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142 
161 
4 
164 
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60 
70 
5 
62 
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51 
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60 142 

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77 



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142 


142 


161 


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165 


164 


77 


76 


5,213 


5,179 



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182 



362 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 



HILLSBOROUGH 
COUNTY. 



Amherst 

Antrim 

Bedford 

Bennington — 

Brookline, 

Deering 

France stown . . 

Goffstown 

Greenfield 

Greenville . . . . 

Hancock 

Hillsborough . 

Hollis 

Hudson 

Litchfield 

Lyndeborough. 

Manchester . . . 

Ward 1 



Solicitor. 



01 



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2. 
3. 
4. 
5. 

6. 
7, 

8. 



Mason 

Merrimack . . . 

Milford 

Mont Vernon . 

Nashua 

Ward 1.... 



197 
229 
168 

64 

74 

53 
139 
278 

55 
119 
106 
338 
163 
188 

25 
104 
3,539 
320 
558 
639 
645 
113 
488 
286 
490 

77 
170 
467 

64 

1,726 

301 

205 



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123 

150 

148 

98 

85 

119 

91 

241 

106 

47 

99 

281 

138 

139 

54 

91 

3,076 

156 

203 

376 

373 

920 

416 

112 

520 

67 

82 

247 

89 

1,696 

182 

169 



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192 

215 

161 

62 

71 

51 

137 

268 

58 

117 

105 

299 

153 

182 

25 

99 

3,858 

318 

549 

651 

656 

352 

490 

304 

538 

73 

168 

437 

64 

1,690 

294 

209 






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123 

150 
147 

99 

86 
119 

92 
241 
106 

48 
100 
304 
138 
140 

54 

91 

2,68l! 89 
154! 8 
195| 15 
344 16 
335' 25 
695 



5 
21 
6 
1 
3 
2 
1 
10 



15 

10 

5 



4Ub 
96 


15 
3 


456 


9 


68 


3 


87 


2 


264 


19 


89 


1 


1,683 


51 


181 


10 


161 


6 



Treasurer. 



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192 

215 

170 

63 

71 

51 

138 

267 

58 

117 

105 

325 

153 

182 

25 

99 

3,514 

320 

542 

626 

635 

126 

483 

285 

497 

74 

168 

4371 

64 

1,688| 

294 

209' 



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123 

150 

144 

98 

86 

119 

91 

242 

106 

48 

100 

279 

138 

140 

54 

91 

3,069 

154 

200 

375 

368 

925 

417 

113 

517 

67 

87 

265 

89 

1,657 

181 

160 



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21 
6 
1 
3 

2 
1 

10 



15 

10 

5 

5 

76 
8 
15 
16 
17 

li 
3 
/ 
3 

2 

19 
1 

51 
9 

6 



ELECTION STATISTICS. 



363 



Register of ; 


Register of 




County Commissioners 


1. 


Probate. 


Deeds. 














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192 


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fo 


< 


192 


123 


192 


122 


192 


192 


123 


123 


123 


5 


215 


150 


21 


216 


150 


21 


215 


215 


215 


150 


150 


150 


21 


170 


144 


6 


170 


144 


6 


170 


169 


169 


143 


144 


145 


6 


69 


98 


1 


63 


98 


1: 


63 


63 


63 


98 


98 


98 


1 


71 


86 


3 


72 


85 


3 


71 


71 


71 


86 


86 


86 


3 


51 


119 


2 


51 


119 


2| 


51 


51 


51 


119 


119 


119 


2 


138 


91 


1 


138 


91 


1! 


138 


138 


134 


91 


91 


91 


1 


267 


241 


10 


267 


241 


10| 


267 


267 


268 


242 


241 


241 


10 


58 


106 


1 

• • . 1 


58 


106 


• V • 


58 


58 


48 


111 


106 


106 


• « • 


117 


48 


5 


117 


48 


5 


117 


117 


117 


48 


48 


48 


5 


105 


100 


• • • 


105 


100 


1 
• * • 1 


105 


105 


105 


100 


100 


100 


• • • 


325 


279 


15 


325 


279 


15 


325 


325 


325 


279 


279 


279 


15 


153 


138 


10 


153 


138 


lOi 


153 


153 


153 


138 


138 


138 


10 


182 


140 


5 


183 


139 


5i 


182 


182 


182 


140 


140 


140 


5 


25 


54 


• • •! 


25 


54 


i 
• • • 


25 


25 


25 


54 


54 


54 


• • • 


99 


91 


5 


103 


87 


5 


99 


99 


92 


94 


89 


90 


5 


3,514 


3,071 


77 


3,441 


3,122 


76 


3,498 


3,465 


3,504 


3,062 


3,109 


3,084 


76 


320 


154 


8i 


. 305 


168 


8 


316 


319 


320 


154 


158 


153 


8 


545 


201 


15 


545 


198 


15 


547 


528 


545 


202 


198 


205 


15 


626 


374 


16 


611 


387 


15 


626 


615 


619 


375 


388 


379 


I5 


636 


367 


17 


625 


376 


17 


628 


619 


634 


369 


380 


378 


17 


124 


927 


• • • 


123 


922 


• • • 


124 


126 


126 


924 


926 


924 


• • 


483 


415 


11 


475 


421 


11 


483 


480 


481 


412 


416 


417 


li 


286 


113 


3 


286 


112 


■ 3 


286 


286 


286 


115 


112 


113 


3 


494 


520 


7 


471 


538 


7 


488 


492 


493 


511 


531 


515 


7 


73 


67 


3 


74 


67 


3 


75 


74 


74 


66 


67 


67 


3 


168 


87 


2 


167 


87 


2 


168 


168 


168 


87 


87 


87 




433 


267 


19, 


437 


264 


19 


437 


437 


437 


263 


264 


264 


i'^ 


64 


89 


l! 


64 


89 


1, 


62 


64 


64 


89 


89 


89 





1,679 


1,693 


54, 


1,699 


1,682 


50' 


1,696 


1,695 


1,693 


1,683 


1,702 


1,687 


51 


293 


181 


111 


296 


178 


9! 


294 


294 


294 


181 


181 


181 


11 


208 


160 


6i 


207 


160 


6 


209 


209 


209 


161 


161 


161 


n 
6 



364 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 



HILLSBORO' COUNTY— 

Continued. 



Nashua — 
Ward 3.... 

" 4 

" 

" 6.... 
" 7.... 
" 8.... 

New Boston.. 

New Ipswich. 

Pelham 

Peterborough 

Sharon 

Temi^le 

Weare 

Wilton 

Windsor 

Totals . . . 



SOLICITOE 


• 


Sheriff. 




Treasurer 


• 


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fi 


218 


< 

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H 


190 


< 


102 


222 




106 


106 


• • • 


164 


136 




158 


136 


7 


160 


136 


9 


77 


206 




76 


206 


1 


76 


207 


1 


356 


376 




348 


378 


7 


348 


379 


6 


263 


224 




t 253 


223 


10 


254 


224 


10 


258 


181 




246 


180 


10 


241 


180 


10 


160 


120 




153 


119 


8 


153 


119 


8 


154 


67 




153 


66 


1 


154 


66 


1 


125 


124 




125 


124 


• • • 


125 


124 


• « • 


288 


228 




387 


228 


1 


387 


228 


1 


21 


24 




21 


24 


• • • 


21 


24 


* • 


48 


48 




44 


52 


• • • 


44 


52 


• • • 


253 


257 




242 


257 


11 


242 


257 


11 


162 


258 




159 


259 


1 


159 


260 


1 


2 


18 




3 


17 


• • • 


3 


17 


• • a 


9,656 


8,411 


• ■ ■ 


9,772 


8,056 


276 


9,464 


8,390 


263 



ELECTION STATISTICS. 



365 



Kegister of 


Register of 




County Commissioners. 


Probate. 


Deeds. 

1 














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225 


^ 


< 


104 


218 


106 


219 


100 


106 


107 


217 


218 


• • • 


157 


139 


9 


159 


139 


7; 


163 


159 


160 


135 


134 


138 


9 


77 


206 


1 


75 


208 


li 


76 


76 


76 


207 


209 


208 


1 


343 


379 


7! 


349 


377 


7! 


353 


348 


347 


378 


376 


379 


5 


252 


225 


10 


1 255 


223 


101 


252 


254 


253 


224 


228 


223 


10 


245 


185 


10 


252 


178 


lOj 


249 


249 


247 


180 


188 


179 


10 


153 


119 


8 


153 


119 


8^ 


153 


153 


153 


119 


119 


119 


8 


153 


66 


1 


154 


66 


1 


154 


154 


154 


66 


66 


66 


1 


125 


124 


• • -1 


125 


124 


. . . j 


124 


125 


125 


124 


124 


124 


• • • 


387 


228 1! 


387 


228 


l: 


387 


387 


387 


228 


228 


228 


1 


21 


24... 


' 21 


24 


...i 


21 


21 


21 


24 


24 


24 


• • • 


44 


oz ... 


44 


52...! 


44 


44 


44 


52 


52 


52 




242 


257 


11 


242 


257 11 


242 


242 


242 


257 


257 


257 


11 


159 


259 


1 


159 


260 1^ 


159 


159 


159 


260 


260 


260 


1 


3 


17 


• • • 


3 


17 


• • • 


3 


3 


3 


17 


17 


17 


• • • 


9,445 


8,428 


267 


9,408 


8,465 


262 


9,454 9,421 


9,438 


8,393 


8,471 


8,433 


263 



366 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 





SOLICITOR. 


Sheriff. 


Treasurer. 


MERRIMACK COUNTY. 


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1 

12 

13 

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13 

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10 
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3 

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Alleiistown 


75 
195 
221 

75 

84 
134 

91 

1,990 

211 

78 

71 
513 
398 
471 
248 

86 
102 
120 
531 
158 

81 
225 
266 
135 

41 
143 
136 
254 
382 
114 
148 
253 
112 
129 


66 
129 
115 
139 
190 
158 
118 
1,906 
224 
160 
178 
520 
242 
380 
202 
120 

73 
153 
463 
247 

87 

90 
225 
181 
119 

95 
153 


57 
119 
197 

80 
104 
136 

78 

2,025 

215 

87 
117 
572 
354 
432 
248 

85 

97 
132 
416 
240 

89 
172 
275 
116 

33 
146 
157 
278 
293 
103 

81 
256 
111 
117 


119 
213 
137 
128 
171 
149 
119 
1,853 
215 
157 
126 
443 
293 
416 
203 
119 

79 
133 
544 
163 

76 
146 
219 
214 
120 

86 
128 


55 
106 
199 

74 
105 
139 

73 

2,085 

217 

83 
120 
567 
396 
445 
257 

87 

99 
132 
364 
225 

93 
171 
281 
115 

46 
147 
155 
277 
278 
102 

99 
272 
114 
118 


123 
227 
134 
128 
171 
146 
124 
1,784 
213 
158 
123 
440 
249 
405 
196 
116 

78 
134 
599 
172 

72 
145 
213 
214 
110 

84 
129 


9 


Anclover 


1 


Boscawen. 


7 


Bow 


13 


Bradford 


1 


Canterbury . 

Chichester 


12 
13 


Concord 


101 


Ward 1 


13 


" 9 


1 


" 3... 


6 


" 4 


39 


" 5 


13 


*' 6 


19 


" 7 


10 


Danburv 


3 


Diinbarton 


3 


Epsom 


7 


Franklin 

Henniker 


17 

9 


Hill 


1 


Hooksett 


5 


Hopkinton 


4 


Loudon 


1 


Newbury 


5 


New London 

Northfield 


11 

7 


Pembroke 


242 


2321 3 
330 .^fi 


233 6 


Pittsfield 


294 
106 


• • • 


346 57 


Salisbury 


124 
164 
210 
59 
106 


• • • 

22 
9 
3 

22 


125 
148 
190 
56 
105 




Sutton 


119' 


19 


Warner 


216 

61 

115 


• • • 

• ■ • 

• • • 


7 


Webster 


3 


Wilmot 


99 






Totals 


6.281 


5,979 


5 


5,993 


6,141 


325 


6,011 


6,106 


340 







ELECTION STATISTICS. 



367 



Register of 
Probate. 


Register of 
Deeds. 


County Commissioners. 


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129 


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104 


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170 


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117 


13 


1 75 


121 


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76 


73 


71 


120 


124 


127 


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2,158 
227 


1,719 
203 


89 
13 


2,198 
212 


1,681 
218 


84' 

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2,046 
215 


2,065 
217 


2,098 
215 


1,806 1,784 
216 214 


1,806 
216 


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12 


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160 


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95 


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153 


153 


164 


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116 


120 


120 


125 


124 


122 


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552 


552 


571 


449 


448 


454 


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423 


225 


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387 


390 


394 


255 


249 


256 


13 


465 


386 


17 


361 


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15 


442 


443 


446 


407 


401 


406 


18 


258 


194 


10 


185 


269 


7 


250 


254 


267 


201 


195 


188 


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118 


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118 


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130 


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131 


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422 


536 


21 


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528 


22 


412 


428 


413 


546 


519 


534 


22 


219 


178 


9 


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179 


9 


213 


217 


215 


186 


181 


180 


9 


97 


68 


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93 


72 


1 


93 


93 


93 


72 


72 


72 


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172 


145 


4 


174 


141 


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171 


171 


171 


145 


145 


145 


5 


281 


213 


4 


262 


219 4 


276 


279 


276 


218 


216 


212; 4 


128 


201 


1 


119 


210l 1 


112 


115 


102 


214 


214 


228 1 


35 


122 4 


33 


133 5 


33 


33 


33 


123 


123 


123 5 


146 


84 11 


143 


83i 11 


147 


147 


147 


84 


84 


84' 11 


160 


124i 7 


157 


127: 7 


157 


157 


157 


128 


127 


133 7 


277 


233 


6 


277 


232: 6 


282 


277 


275 


233 


232 


231 3 


306 


325 


49 


258 


368 55 


297 


242 


257 


388 


320 


377 52 


103 


122 


• • • 


101 


124 .. . 


98 


98 


93 


120 


143 


123 . . . 


85 


162' 20, 


77 


165i 22 


76 


121 


91 


163 


107 


164: 18 


257 


2031 9 


1 257 


203' 81 


250 


252 


253 


205 


208 


206 9 


114 


56! 3 


112 


57 3 


98 


133 


91 


40 


89 


60 1 


120 


103 22 


118 


105! 22 

1 


115 


117 


117 


106 


108 


106 


22 


6.190 


5,940324 


6,094 


5,996 


329 


5,933 


6,000 


5,932 


6,161 


6,070 


6,187 337 



368 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 



ROCKINGHAM 
COUNTY. 



Atkinson 

Auburn 

Brentwood 

Candia 

Chester 

Danville 

Deertield 

Derry 

East Kingston. . 

Epping 

Exeter 

Fremont 

(Greenland 

Plampstead 

Harupton 

Hampton Falls. 

Kensington 

Kingston.. 

Londonderry. . . 

Newcastle 

Newington 

Newmarket 

Newton 

North Hampton 

North wood 

Nottingham. . . . 

Plaistow 

Portsmouth .... 
Ward 1 

" 2 

" 3 

" 4 



Solicitor. 



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86 
137 
177 
156 
119 
229 
407 

o6 
190 
615 

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67 
147 
204 
107 

69 
147 
241 

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236 
153 

93 
207 
176 
120 
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212 
135 

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243 

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268 
304 

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106 

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152 

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201 
118 

91 

69 
291 
171 
130 
189 
133 

88 
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558 
552 
251 
265 



Sheriff. 



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86 
136 
176 
156 
119 
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56 
202 
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242 

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296 

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310 
171 
131 
187 
132 

90 
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563 
533 
260 
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171 
131 
188 
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516 
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ELECTION STATISTICS. 



369 



Register of ! 


Register of 




CouKTr Commissioners. 




Probate. 


Deeds. 
















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70 


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71 


73 


71 


176 


213 


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176 


212 


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176 


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213 


213 


214 


154 


137 


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151 


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137 


140 


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119 


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118 


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119 


119 


61 


61 


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229 


198 


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198' 


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229 


229 


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201 


201 


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403 


251 


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396 


396 


400 


251 


254 


253 


53 


77 


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52 


53 


53 


77 


85 


77 


189 


268 


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190 


267 


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189 


189 


189 


268 


268 


268 


636 


272 


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605 


307 


11 


606 


619 


614 


297 


312 


305 


96 


67 


5 


96 


67 


5 


95 


96 


96 


67 


68 


67 


70 


104 


4 


69 


105 


4 


69 


69 


69 


105 


105 


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147 


81 


22 


147 


81 


22 


148 


147 


147 


79 


81 


81 


204 


152 


12 


204 


152 


12 


204 


204 


199 


152 


157 


152 


108 


43 


10; 


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42 


10 


106 


108 


102 


43 


50 


45 


69 


83 


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69 


67 


69 


84 


86 


84 


151 


197 


14; 


142 


206 


14 


152 


145 


142 


197 


209 


200 


240 


118 


5 


240 


118 


5 


234 


235 


230 


124 


122 


122 


82 


89 


• • ■ 


82 


89 


• • • 


82 


82 


82 


89 


89 


89 


33 


65 


1 


33 


65 


1 


33 


33 


33 


65 


65 


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239 


292 


7 


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294 


6 


239 


239 


239 


292 


292 


292 


153 


171 


• • • 


155 


171 


• • • 


156 


153 


151 


169 


173 


171 


93 


131 


5 


93 


131 


5 


93 


93 


93 


131 


131 


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199 


189 


11 


199 


189 


11 


199 


199 


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189 


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176 


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176 


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176 


176 


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133 


122 


86 


• • • 


122 


86 


• • • 


141 


122 


126 


70 


80 


81 


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1,525 


8 


963 


1,529 


6 


955 


994 


952 


1,542 


1,520 


l,5-?5 


318 


524 


2 


315 


524 


• • • 


313 


331 


315 


532 


525 


525 


408 


505 


3 


410 


507 


3 


404 


417 


404 


511 


503 


507 


90 


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234 


3 


89 


91 


86 


236 


232 


232 


149 


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1 
1 • • • 


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1 264 


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149 


155 


147 


263 


260 


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370 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 





Solicitor. 


Sheriff. 


Treasurer. 


ROCKINGHAM 
COUNTY — Continued. 


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164 

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144 

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228 
180 
272 

87 
254 

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103 

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165 

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111 


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170 

272 
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South Hampton 

South Newmarket. . . . 
Stratham 


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Totals 


6,342 


6,679 




LO 6,273 


6,630 


6,420 


6,579 


193 







ELECTION STATISTICS. 



371 



Register of 


Register of 




CouKTY Commissioners. 




Probate. 


Deeds. 














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87 


102 


231 


250 


235 


96 


173 


2 


98 


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99 


98 


99 


171 


170 


170 


213 


272 


10 


213 


272 10 


214 


214 


214 


272 


272 


272 


57 


87 


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57 


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57 


57 


57 


87 


87 


87 


164 


252 


5 


164 


252 


5 


162 


164 


164 


254 


252 


252 


63 


43 


4 


64 


42 


4 


64 


64 


64 


42 


42 


42 


181 


65 


1 


163 


83 


1 


162 


162 


162 


85 


85 


85 


89 


102 


3 


87 


103 


3 


90 


90 


88 


101 


103 


101 


111 


149 
6,622 


• • • 

197 


111 


149 


• • • 


111 


111 


111 


49 


49 


49 


6,491 


6,427 


6,690 


186 


6,433 


6,474 


6,402 


6,572 


6,650 


6,594 



372 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 



STRAFFORD COUNTY. 



Barrington . . . 

Dover 

Ward 1.... 

" 2.... 

" 3.... 

" 4..., 

" 5..., 

Durham , 

Farmington.. 

Lee 

Maclbury 

Middleton.... 

Milton , 

New Durham 

Rochester 

Kollinsf ord . . 
Somersworth 
Strafford 

Totals... 



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1,175 

237 

358 

300 

270 

10 

133 

428 

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139 
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351 
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178 
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1,484 

281 

418 

365 

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133 

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59 

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52 

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209 

559 

184 






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244 
1,376 
187 
310 
189 
340 
350 
123 
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138 
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Treasurer. 



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Alonzo T. Pinkliam, 


William S. Hayes, d. 


150 


192 


1,475 


1,359 


287 


182 


413 


296 


358 


190 


398 


344 


19 


347 


134 


122 


449 


545 


92 


105 


47 


58 


33 


55 


289 


135 


51 


139 


726 


782 


209 


116 


557 


550 


190 


211 


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4,369 



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ELECTION STATISTICS. 



373 



Register of 
Probate. 


Register of 
Deeds. 




County Commissioners. 


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223 


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1,521 


12 


1,549 


1,292 


13 


1,519 


1,514 


1,332 


1,335 


1,404 


1,384 


16 


284 


185 


2 


297 


173 


2 


294 


294 


272 


177 


179 


181 


2 


381 


330 


4 


422 


289 


4 


421 


417 


390 


294 


298 


300 


5 


300 


254 


4 


384 


169 


5 


374 


375 


293 


181 


222 


208 


6 


340 


405 


1 


426 


315 


1 


411 


410 


360 


335 


358 


348 


2 


20 


347 


1 


20 


346 


1 


19 


18 


17 


348 


347 


347 


1 


131 


125 


• • • 


134 


122 


• • • 


133 


131 


108 


122 


146 


122 


• • • 


445 


553 


4 


454 


543 


6 


452 


448 


378 


544 


548 


598 


6 


92 


115 


1 


92 


105 


1 


92 


92 


90 


105 


105 


106 


1 


62 


43 


• • • 


68 


38 


• • • 


68 


67 


59 


38 


44 


39 


• • • 


33 


55 


• • • 


33 


55 


• • • 


33 


33 


33 


56 


56 


56 


• • • 


289 


136 


9 


289 


135 


10 


289 


289 


205 


134 


135 


177 


20 


51 


139 


4 


51 


139 


4 


51 


51 


37 


140 


140 


148 


• • • 


744 


785 


281 


743 


783 


30 


743 


737 


695 


791 


794 


795 


30 


209 


116 


• • • 


209 


115 


• • • 


209 


209 


208 


115 


116 


116 


• • • 


554 


555 


9 


558 


543 


9 


555 


560 


474 


630 


548 


549 


8 


191 


210 


1 


192 


209 


1 


192 


196 


183 


206 


206 


217 


1 


4,350 


4,459 


71 


4,594 


4,244 


77 


4,558 


4,560 


4,021 


4,380 


4,404 


4,475 


85 



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NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 





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106 


2 




106 


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Acwortli 


127 


106 


128 


128 


2 


Charlestown 


211 


197 


7 


207 


202 


6 


210 


198 


6 


Claremont 


717 
175 


437 
116 


30 

1 


746 
175 


401 
115 


30 
1 


719 
175 


435 
116 


29 


Cornish 


1 


Croydon 


95 


67 


• • • 


95 


67 


• • • 


95 


67 


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(roshen 


74 
69 

48 


55 
62 
46 


• • • 

3 
4 


74 

70 

48 


55 

62 
46 


• • • 

2 

4 


74 
70 
48 


55 
62 
46 




Grantham 


2 


T^anp'don 


4 


LemT3ster 


78 


61 


8 


78 


61 


8 


78 


61 


8 


T^pwDort 


416 


321 


6 


428 


311 


7 


430 


311 


6 


Plainfield 


177 
111 


178 
71 


3 

6 


177 
111 


178 

72 


3 
5 


177 
111 


178 
72 


3 


Springfield 


5 


SunaDee 


90 


122 


4 


95 


123 


4 


97 


118 


4 


Unity 


79 


104 


7 


80 


103 


7 


78 


105 


7 


Washington 


100 
2,567 


98 
2,041 


4 
84 


100 


98 


4 


100 


97 


4 






Totals 


2,612 


2,000 


83 


2,590 


2,027 


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ELECTION STATISTICS. 



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• • • 


70 


62 


2 


50 


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2 


78 


61 


8 


412 


325 


6 


176 


179 


3 


111 


72 


5 


94 


123 


4 


78 


105 


7 


100 


98 


4 


2,567 


2,051 


79 



Register of 
Deeds. 



County Commissioners. 



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210 

717 

175 

97 

74 

70 

48 

78 

428 

178 

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100 



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177 

72 
123 
104 

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416 

177 

109 

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126 

210 

681 

175 

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74 

70 

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78 

427 

178 

110 

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210 

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175 

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74 

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106 

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198 

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116 

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55 

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177 

73 

123 

105 

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U. S. COURTS IN NEW HAMPSHIRE. 



CIRCUIT COURT. 

Hon. LeBaron B. Colt, of Bristol, B. I., circuit judge of the 
First Judicial Circuit, com^Drising the States of Maine, New 
Hampshire, Massachusetts, and Rhode Island. 

Clerk. — William H. Hackett, of Portsmouth. 

Marshal. — Frederick A. Barker, of Keene. 

Deputy Marshals. — Edward D. Cofp^in, of Portsmouth. 

William K. Norton, of Concord. 
Commissioners. — William L. Foster, Concord. 

William H. Hackett, Portsmouth. 

Henry Heywood, Lancaster. 

Henry P. Rolfe, Concord. 

Charles H. Bartlett, Manchester. 

Terms of Circuit Court : At Portsmouth, May 8 ; at Concord, 
October 8. 



DISTRICT COURT. 

Judge. — Hon. Daniel Clark, Manchester. 
Clerk. — Benjamin F. Clark, Manchester. 

Terms : At Portsmouth, third Tuesdays of March and Septem- 
ber; at Concord, third Tuesdays of June and December. 



COURTS. 377 

COURT OF CLAIMS. 

Commissioners. — William H. Hackett, Portsmouth. 

Charles E. Batcheldek, Portsmouth. 



UNITED STATES SUPERVISOR OF ELECTIONS. 
William H. Hackett, Portsmouth. 



STATE COURTS. 



Justices of the Supreme Court appointed by the Governor and 
Council. The date of his appointment is given against tlie name 
of each. Salary, chief justice, $3,500; associate justices, $3,300 
each. 

Chief Justice. — Charles Doe, Salmon Falls, July 22, 1876. 

Associate Justices. — William H. H. Allen, Claremont, July 22, 1876. 

Isaac W. Smith, Manchester, July 24, 1877. 
Leavis W. Clark, Manchester, August 13, 1877. 
Isaac N. Blodgett, Franklin, Nov. 30, 1880. 
Alonzo p. Carpenter, Concord, July 12, 1881. 
George A. Bingham, Littleton, Dec. 26, 1884. 

Attorney General. — Daniel Barnard, of Franklin. Appointed by 
the Governor and Council, February 3, 1887. Term, five years. 
Salary, $2,200. 

Laiv Reporter. — William S. Ladd, Lancaster. Appointed by Su- 
preme Court. Salary, $1,000. 



378 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 



CLERKS OF COUNTY COURTS. 



COTXNTY. 

Belknap 

Carroll 

Cheshire 

Coos 

Grafton 

Hillsborough. 
Merrimack . . . 
Rockingham . 
Strafford . . . , . 
Sullivan 



Name. Town. 

E. P. Thompson Laconia. 

A. M. RuMERY Ossipee. 

L. W. Holmes Keene. 

M. A. Hastings Lancaster. 

C. B. Gkiswold Haverhill. 

T. D. Luce Nashua. 

...;.. .A. J. Shurtleff Concord. 

C. G. Conner Exeter. 

G. E. Durgin Dover. 

John McCrillis Newport. 



JUDGES OF PROBATE. 

Appointed by the Governor and Council. Term, until 70 years of 



age. 



County. 



Belknap 

Carroll 

Cheshire 

v_/Oos. ... • • • • 

Grafton 

Hillsborough . 
Merrimack. . . 
Rockingham . 

Strafford 

Sullivan 



Name. * Residence, ^^^te of Appoint- 

1 ment. 



Samuel W. Rollins. 

David H. Hill 

Josiah G. Bellows. 
Everett Fletcher. . , 
Frederick Chase... 
Edward E. Parker.. 
Arthur W. Silsby., 
Thomas Leavitt. . . . 
Jacob D. Young. . 
Edwin Vaughan — 



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Meredith . ' 

Sandwich. 

Walpole.. 

Lancaster 

Hanover.. 

Nashua . . 

Concord. . 

Exeter . . . 

Strafford.. 

Claremont 



Dec. 3, 1872... 
June 3, 1880... 
July 25, 1876.. 
March 30, 1885 
July 25, 1876.. 
June 3, 1879... 
Sept. 14, 1883.. 
July 18, 1876.. 
July 25, 1876.. 
June 7, 1883... 



$350 
350 
400 
425 
600 
900 
700 
625 
475 
300 



SUPREME COURT. 



LAW TERMS. 



Held at Concord, on the first Tuesday in June and the fii'st Tues- 
day in December. 

There are also adjourned terms in March and August of each 
year. 

TRIAL TERMS. 

BELKNAP COUNTY. 

At Laconia, on the fourth Tuesday of March and the fourth Tues- 
day of September. 

CARROLL COUNTY. 

At Ossipee, on the third Tuesday of April and the third Tuesday 
of October. 

CHESHIRE COUNTY. 

At Keene, on the first Tuesday of April and the third Tuesday of 
October. 

cods COUNTY. 

At Colebrook, on the fii'st Tuesday of September and the first 
Tuesday of February ; and at Lancaster, on the third Tuesday of 
Aj)ril and the third Tuesday of October. 

GRAFTON COUNTY. 

At Haverhill, on the third Tuesday of March and the third Tues- 
day of September; and at Plymouth, on the second Tuesday of 
May and the second Tuesday of November. 



380 KEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 



HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY. 



At Manchester, on the third Tuesday of March ; and at Nashua, 
on the third Tuesday of September. 

MERRIMACK COUNTY. 

At Concord, on the first Tuesday of Aj)ril and the first Tuesday 
of October. 

ROCKINGHAM COUNTY. 

At Exeter, on the third Tuesday of January and the second Tues- 
day of April ; and at Portsmouth on the third Tuesday of October. 

STRAFFORD COUNTY. 

At Dover, on the second Tuesday of February and the first Tues- 
day of September. 

SULLIVAN COUNTY. 

At Newport, on the fourth Tuesday of January and the first Tues- 
day of September. 



PROBATE COURTS. 



TERMS. 

BELKNAP COUNTY. 

At Laconia, on the third Tuesday of every month. 

CAEKOLL COUNTY. 

At Conway, on the first Tuesday of January, May, and Septeml3er. 

At West Ossipee, on the first Tuesday of February, June, and 
October. 

At Ossipee Corner, on the first Tuesday of March, July, and 
November. 

At Wolfeborough Junction, on the first Tuesday of April, August, 
and December. 

CHESHIRE COUNTY. 

At Keene, on the first and third Fridays of January, February, 
March, April, May, June, September, October, Xovember, and 
December, and on the first Friday of July, and on the third Friday 
of August. 

coos COUNTY. 

At Colebrook, on the last Tuesday of January and'' August. 
At Gorham, on the first Tuesday of April and October. 
At Lancaster, on the first Tuesday of January, March, May, July, 
and November. 

GRAFTON COUNTY. 

At Bristol, on the third Tuesday of July. 

At Canaan, on the first Tuesday of June and December. 

At Haverhill, on the third Tuesday of March and September. 



382 NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 

At Lebanon, on the first Tuesday of March and September. 

At Littleton, on the third Tuesday of January. 

At Lisbon, on the third Tuesday of April and October. 

At Orford, on the third Tuesday of February. 

At Plymouth, on the second Tuesday of May and November. 

At Wentworth, on the third Tuesday of August. 

At Woodsville, on the first Tuesday of July. 

HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY. 

At Amherst, on the Friday nex!t following the fourth Tuesday of 
June and December. 

At Francestown, on the Friday next following the fourth Tuesday 
of August. 

At Greenville, on the Friday next following the fourth Tuesday 
of April and October. 

At Hillsborough Bridge, on the Friday next following the fourth 
Tuesday of January and July. 

At Manchester, on the third Tuesday of February, April, June, 
August, October, and December, and on the fourth Tuesday of Jan- 
uary, March, May, Jul}^ September, and November. 

At Milford, on the Friday next following the fourth Tuesday of 
March and September. 

At Nashua, on the fourth Tuesday of February, April, June, 
August, October, and December. 

At Peterborough, on the Fridaj' next following the fourth Tues- 
day of February, May, and November. 

MERRIMACK COUNTY. 

At Concord, on the second and fourth Tuesdays of every month. 

ROCKINGHAM COUNTY. 

At Derry, on the third Tuesday of February, and on the second 
Tuesday of June and October. 

At Exeter, on the Wednesday next following the third Tuesday 
of February, March, and August, on the Wednesday next following 
the first Tuesday of April, and on the Wednesday next following 
the second Tuesday of every other month. 



PROBATE COURTS. 383 

At Portsmouth, on the third Tuesday of March, and on the sec- 
ond Tuesday of January, May, July, September, and November. 

At Raymond, on the first Tuesday of April, and on the third Tues- 
day of August, and on the second Tuesday of December. 

STRAFFORD COUNTY. 

At Dover, on the first Tuesdaj^ of every month. 

At Farmington, on the third Tuesday of April, August, and De- 
cember. 

At Rochester, on the third Tuesday of January, March, June, and 
October. 

At Somersworth, on the third Tuesday of February, May, July, 
September, and November. 

SULLIVAX COUNTY. 

At Claremont, on the last Wednesday of January, March, May, 
July, September, and November. 

At Newport, on the last Wednesday of February, April, June, 
August, October, and December. 



COUNTY OFFICERS 

ELECTED NOVEMBER 6, 1888. 



Term of office to begin July 1, 1889. Coroners are aiDpointed by 
the Governor and Council. 

BELKNAP COUNTY. 

Solicitor. — William B. Fellows, r., Tilton. $250. 

Sheriff . — ^dmimd Tetley, r., Laconia. $130. 

Treasurer. — Waldo E. Buck, r., Lake Village. $150. 

Begister of Probate. — Frank L. Gilman, r., Laconia. $4:50. 

Begister of Deeds. — John F. Laighton, r., Laconia. 

Commissioners. — Ira L. Berry, r., Barnstead; Charles D. Thyng, 
r., New Hampton; Daniel A. Tilton, r., Laconia. $3 per diem and 
expenses. 

Coroner. — David A. Ambrose, Meredith. 

CARROLL COUNTY. 

Solicitor. — Paul Wentworth, d., Sandwich. $250. 

Sheriff. — Andrew J. Milliken, d., Wakefield. $130. 

Treasurer. — George I. Philbrick, d.. Freedom. $150. 

Begister of 'Probate. — Dana J. Brown, cZ., Ossipee. $450. 

Begister of Deeds. — James O. Gerry, fZ., Ossipee. 

Commissioners. — Edwin Snow, rf., Snowville; Walter A. Sher- 
burne, d.. North Wolf eborough ; Samuel G. Wentworth, cZ., Long 
Island. $3 per diem and expenses. 

Coroner. — George W. Lougee, Freedom. 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 385 

CHESHIRE COUNTY. 

Solicitor. — Edmund P. Dole, r., Keene. $250. 

Sheriff. — Horace A. Perry, r., Walpole. |200. 

Treasurer. — Joseph R. Beal, r., Keene. $200. 

Register of Probate. — Henry O. Coolidge, r., Keene. $500. 

Register of Deeds. — Charles C. Buffum, r., Keene. 

Commissioners. — Perley E. Fox, r., Marlow; Joseph B. Abbott, 
r., Keene; George G. Davis, r., Marlborough. $3 per diem and 
expenses. 

Coroner. — Clark F. Rowell, Keene. 

COOS COUNTY. 

Solicitor. — Daniel J. Daley, d., Berlin Falls. $350. 

Sheriff. — George M. Stevens, cZ., Lancaster. $130. 

Treasurer. — George R. Eaton, d., Lancaster. $200. 

Register of Probate. — Joseph W. Flanders, cZ., Lancaster. $575. 

Register of Deeds. — James M. Rowell, d., Lancaster. 

Commissioners. — Levi Shedd, d., Gorham; William T. Pike, d.y 
Stark ; Justus W. Baldwin, d., Pittsburg. $3 per diem and expenses. 

Coroners. — Erastus V. Cobleigh, Lancaster; Henry M. Smith, 
Colebrook. 

GRAFTON COUNTY. 

Solicitor. — Edward Woods, d,, Bath. $500. 

Sheriff. — Charles O. Hurlbutt, r., Lebanon. $275. 

Treasurer. — Robert A. Horner, d., Bristol. $300. 

Register of Probate. — Tyler Westgate, r., Haverhill. $700. 

Register of Deeds. — Myron A. Richardson, d., Littleton. 

Commissioners. — Henry H. Holt, r., Lyme; Daniel B. Emerson, 
d., Lebanon; Charles A. Chase, d., Rumney. $3 per diem and ex- 
penses. 

Coroners. — Everett B. Huse, Enfield ; Isaac Willard, Orford. 

25 



386 NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 

HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY. 

Solicitor. — Rohert M. Wallace, r., Milford. $800. 

Sheriff". — Daniel F. Healy, r., Manchester. $500. 

Treasurer. — Edwin F. Jones, r., Manchester. $300. 

Register of Probate. — Elbridge J. Copp, r., Nashua. ^1,100. 

Register of Deeds. — Dana W. King, r., Nashua. 

Commissioners. — Webster C. Brown, r., Nashua ; John F. Clough, 
r,, Manchester; Benjamin G. Herrick, r., Lyndeborough. $3 per 
diem and expenses. 

Coroners. — Daniel L. Stevens, Manchester; Harrison D. Lord, 
Manchester; James H. Hunt, Nashua. 

MERRIMACK COUNTY. 

Solicitor. — Reuben E. Walker, r.. Concord. $400. 

Sheriff. — William K. Norton, d., Concord. $250. 

Treasurer. — George R. Stone, c?., Franklin. $300. 

Register of Probate. — John P. Nutter, r.. Concord. $875. 

Register of Deeds. — Charles H. Ordway, r., Concord. 

Commissioners. — William J. Ahern, d., Concord; Thomas J. 
Courser, d., Webster; Jeremiah A. Clough„ d., Loudon. $3 per 
diem and expenses. 

Coroner. — Henry W. Kilburn, Andover. 

ROCKINGHAM COUNTY. 

Solicitor. — Samuel W. Emery, d., Portsmouth. $600. 

Sheriff. — Edward D. Coffin, d, Portsmouth. $300. 

Treasurer. — Thomas E. Call, Jr., d., $300. 

Register of Probate. — Andrew J. Brown, d., Exeter. $800. 

Register of Deeds. — Gilman B. Hoyt, d., Exeter. 

Commissioners. — George W. Sanborn, d,, East Kingston; Walter 
J. Dudley, d., Raymond; John F. Magraw, d., Portsmouth. $3 
per diem and expenses. 

Coroners. — Andrew F. Fox, Auburn ; James W. Odlin, Exeter ; 
Samuel H. Green , Newmarket ; John E. Rider, Portsmouth; True 
M. Gould, Raymond. 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 387 

STRAFFORD COUNTY. 

Solicitor. — John Kivel, d., Dover. $350. 

Sheriff. — John H. Pingree, d., Rochester. $200. 

Treasurer. — Alonzo T. Pinkham, r., Dover. $200. 

Register of Probate. — Charles S. Clifford, d., Dover. $600. 

Register of Deeds. — Frank S. Tompkins, r., Dover. 

Commissioners. — George P. Demeritt, r., Dover; John P. Rowe, 
r., Rochester; Dwight E. Edgerly, d., Farmington. $3 per diem 
and expenses. 

Coroners. — Jason W. Drake, Dover ; Thomas G. Jameson, Som- 
ersworth; Augustine S. Parshley, Rochester; John S. Daniels, 
Rochester. 

SULLIVAN COUNTY. 

Solicitor. — Shepherd L. Bowers, r., Newport. $250. 

Sheriff. — 'E^w'm W. Tolles, r., Claremont. $130. 
^Treasurer. — George H. Bartlett, r., Sunapee. $200. 

Register of Probate. — Elisha M. Kempton, r., Newport. $375. 

Register of Deeds. — Albert L. Hall, r., Newport. 

Commissioners. — Stephen F. Rossiter, r., Claremont; Arvin S. 
Bartholomew, r., Plainfield; Hiram M. Hayward, r., Acworth. $3 
per diem and expenses. 

Coroners. — Otis F. R. Waite, Claremont ; Elisha M. Kempton, 
Newport. 



PRESIDENTS AND GOVERNORS. 



In the Constitution of 1784 the style of the chief magistrate was 
*' The President," which was changed to " Governor" in the Consti- 
tution of 1793. 

The following is a list of the Presidents and Governors, with their 
terms of office, from 1784 to the present time. 

From 1784 to 1878, inclusive, Presidents and Governors were 
elected on the second Tuesday of March, annually, and entered into 
their offices on the first Thursday of June following. 

The amendments of the Constitution changing the time of election 
from March to November, and from annual to biennial, took effect 
in November, 1878. The first biennial election was held November 
5, 1878. 

To ascertain the term of office of any President or Governor, 
reckon from June of the year against his name, in the list, to June 
of the year against the next following name. 



PRESIDENTS. 



Meshech Weare 1784 

John Langdon 1785 

John Sullivan 1786 



John Langdon 1788 

John Sullivan 1789 

Josiah Bartlett 1790 



GOVERNORS. 



Josiah Bartlett 1793 

John Taylor Oilman 1794 

John Langdon 1805 

Jeremiah Smith 1809 



John Langdon 1810 

William Plumer 1812 

John Taylor Oilman 1813 

William Plumer 1816 



GOVERNORS. 



389 



Samuel Bell 1819 

Levi Woodbury 1823 

David L. Morril 1824 

Benjamin Pierce 1827 

John Bell 1828 

Benjamin Pierce 1829 

Matthew Harvey * 1830 

Samuel Dinsmoor 1831 

William Badger 1834 

Isaac Hill 1836 

John Page 1839 

Henry Hubbard 1842 

John H. Steele 1844 

Anthony Colby 1846 

Jared W. Williams 1847 

Samuel Dinsmoor 1849 

Xoah Martin 1852 

Nathaniel B. Baker 1854 

Kalph Metcalf 1855 



William Haile 1857 

Ichabod Goodwin 1859 

Nathaniel S. Berry 1861 

Joseph A. Gilmore 1863 

Frederick Smyth 1865 

Walter Harriman 1867 

Onslow Stearns 1869 

James A. Weston 1871 

Ezekiel A. Straw 1872 

James A. Weston 1874 

Person C. Cheney 1875 

Benjamin F. Prescott 1877 

Natt Head 1879 

Charles H. Bell 1881 

Samuel W. Hale 1883 

Moody Currier 1885 

Charles H. Sawyer 1887 

David H. Goodell 1889 



*Iii February, 1831, Matthew Harvey, having been appointed judge of the 
U. S. District Court for the district of New Hampshire, resigned his olHce of 
Governor, and Joseph M. Harper, tlie president of the Senate, became acting 
Governor, as provided by the Constitution. On tlie first Wednesday, being 
the first day, of June, 1831, Samuel Cartland was elected president of the 
Senate, On the next day, the Governor-elect not having been inaugurated, 
the Senate received a communication from the Council stating that the 
executive chair was vacant; whereupon the president of the Senate, Mr. 
Cartland, went to the council-chamber, and acted as Governor of the State 
until the following day, when Samuel Dinsmoor, the Governor-elect, was 
duly qualified and assumed the duties of the oflice. Mr. Cartland returned to 
the Senate, and resumed his duties as president of that body. 



SESSIONS OF THE LEGISLATURE. 



Commenced. 


Adjourned. 


No. 
Days. 


Where held. 


June 2, 1784 


June 15, 1784 


14 


Concord. 


Oct. 20, 1784 


Nov. 11, 1784 


23 


Portsmouth. 


Feb. 9, 1785 


Feb. 25, 1785 


17 


Concord. 


Junel, 1785 


June 24, 1785 


24 


Portsmouth. 


Oct. 19, 1785 


Nov. 10, 1785 


23 


Concord. 


Feb. 1, 1786 


March 4, 1786 


32 


Portsmouth. 


June 7, 1786 


June 27, 1786 


21 


Concord. 


Sept. 6, 1786 


Sept. 23, 1786 


18 


Exeter. 


Dec. 13, 1786 


Jan. 18, 1787 


37 


Portsmouth. 


June 6, 1787 


June 30, 1787 


25 


Concord. 


Sept. 12, 1787 


Sept. 29, 1787 


18 


Charlestown. 


Dec. 6, 1787 


Dec. 15, 1787 


11 


Portsmouth. 


Jan. 23, 1788 


Feb. 13, 1788 


22 


Portsmouth. 


June 4, 1788 


June 18, 1788 


15 


Concord. 


Nov. 5, 1788 


Nov. 13, 1788 


9 


Concord. 


Dec. 24, 1788 


Feb. 7, 1789 


46 


Exeter. 


June 3, 1789 


June 19, 1789 


17 


Concord. 


Dec. 23,1789 


Jan. 26, 1790 


35 


Portsmouth. 


June 2, 1790 


June 19, 1790 


18 


Concord. 


Jan. 5, 1791 


Feb. 18, 1791 


45 


Concord. 


June 1, 1791 


June 17, 1791 ...... 


17 


Concord. 


Nov. 30, 1791 


Jan. 6, 1792 


38 


Portsmouth. 


June 6, 1792 


June 22, 1792 


17 


Dover. 


Nov. 21, 1792 


Dec. 28, 1792 


38 


Exeter. 


June 5, 1793 


June 21, 1793 


17 


Concord. 


Dec. 25, 1793 


Feb. 22, 1794 


60 


Exeter. 


June 4, 1794 


June 21, 1794 


18 


Amherst. 


Dec. 16,1794 


Jan. 16, 1795 


32 


Concord. 


June 3, 1795 


June 18, 1795 


16 


Hanover. 


Dec. 2, 1795........ 


Jan. 1, 1796 


31 


Concord. 


June 1, 1796 


June 17, 1796 


17 


Exeter. 


Nov. 23, 1796 


Dec. 16, 1796 


24 


Concord. 


June 7, 1797 


June 22, 1797 


16 


Concord. 



SESSIONS OF THE LEGISLATURE. 



391 



Commenced. 


Adjourned. 


No. 
Days. 


Where held. 


Nov. 22, 1797 


Dec. 21, 1797 


30 


Portsmouth. 


June 6, 1798 


June 20, 1798 


15 


Hopkinton. 


Nov. 21, 1798 


Dec. 28, 1798 


38 


Concord. 


June 5, 1799 


June 15, 1799 


11 


Concord. 


Dec. 4, 1799 


Dec. 31, 1799 


28 


Exeter. 


June 4, 1800 


June 16, 1800 


13 


Concord. 


Nov. 19, 1800 


Dec. 10, 1800 


22 


Concord. 


June 3, 1801 


June 17, 1801 


15 


Hopkinton. 


June 2, 1802 


June 18, 1802 


17 


Concord. 


June 1, 1803 


June 11, 1803 


11 


Concord. 


Nov. 23, 1803 


Dec. 30, 1803 


38 


Concord. 


June 6, 1804 


June 21, 1804 


16 


Concord. 


Nov. 21, 1804....... 


Dec. 14, 1804 


24 


Concord. 


June 5, 1805 


June 19, 1805 


15 


Concord. 


Dec. 4, 1805 


Dec. 31, 1805 


28 


Portsmouth. 


June 4, 1806 


June 20, 1806 


17 


Hopkinton. 


June 3, 1807 


June 19, 1807 


17 


Hopkinton. 


June 1, 1808 


June 14, 1808 


14 


Concord . 


Nov. 23, 1808 


Dec. 23, 1808 


31 


Concord. 


June 7, 1809 


June 28, 1809 


22 


Concord. 


June 6, 1810 


June 27, 1810 


22 


Concord. 


June 5, 1811 


June 21, 1811 


17 


Concord. 


June 3, 1812. 


June 19, 1812 


17 


Concord. 


Nov. 18, 1812 


Dec. 18, 1812 


31 


Concord. 


June 2, 1813 


June 24, 1813 


23 


Concord. 


Oct. 27, 1813 


Nov. 5, 1813 


10 


Concord. 


June 1, 1814 


June 24, 1814 


24 


Concord. 


June 7, 1815 


June 29, 1815 


23 


Concord. 


Junes, 1816 


June 29, 1816 


25 


Concord. 


Nov. 20, 1816 


Dec. 27, 1816 


38 


Concord. 


June 4, 1817 


June 28, 1817 


25 


Concord. 


June 3, 1818 


June 30, 1818 


28 


Concord. 


June 2, 1819 


Julv 2, 1819 


31 


Concord. 


June 7, 1820 


June 23, 1820 


17 


Concord. 


Nov. 15, 1820 


Dec. 23, 1820 


39 


Concord. 


June 6, 1821 


June 30, 1821 


25 


Concord. 


June 5, 1822 


Julv 4, 1822 


30 


Concord. 


June 4, 1823 


July 3, 1823 


30 


Concord. 


June 2, 1824 


June 16, 1824 


15 


Concord. 


Nov. 17, 1824 


Dec. 22, 1824 


36 


Concord. 


June 1, 1825 


July 2, 1825 


32 


Concord. 


June 7, 1826 


July 8, 1826 


32 


Concord. 


June 6, 1827 


July 7, 1827 


32 


Concord. 



392 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 



Commenced. 



June 
Kov. 
June 
June 
June 
June 
Nov. 
June 
June 
June 
June 
N'ov. 
June 
June 
June 
June 
Nov. 
June 
June 
Nov. 
June 
June 
Nov. 
June 
June 
June 
June 
Nov. 
June 
June 
June 
June 
Nov. 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 



4, 1828.. 
19, 1828. 
3, 1829.. 



1830... 
1831... 
1832... 

21, 1832.. 
1833... 
1834... 
1835... 
1836... 

23, 1836.. 

1837... 

1838. . 

1839... 

1840... 
18, 1840. 

1841... 

1842... 

1842... 

1843... 

1844. . . 
20, 1844.. 

1845... 

1846... 

1847... 

1848... 

22, 1848. 

1849... 

1850. . . 

1851... 

1852... 

17, 1852.. 
1853... 
1854... 
1855... 
1856... 
1857... 
1858... 
1859... 
1860... 
1861... 
1862... 



Adjourned. 



June 19, 1828, 
Jan. 3, 1829. . 
July 4, 1829. . 
July 3, 1830. . 
July 2, 1831.. 
June 23, 1832, 
Jan. 5, 1833. . 
July 6, 1833.. 
July 5, 1834.. 
June 27, 1835, 
June 18, 1836, 
Jan. 14, 1837. 
July 8, 1837.. 
July 5, 1838.. 
July 6, 1839.. 
June 20, 1840 
Dec. 24, 1840. 
July 3, 1841.. 
June 24, 1842, 
Dec. 23, 1842. 
July 1, 1843. . 
June 19, 1844 
Dec. 28, 1844. 
July 3, 1845. . 
July 10, 1846. 
July 3, 1847.. 
June 24, 1848 
Jan. 4, 1849. . 
July 7, 1849.. 
July 13, 1850. 
July 5, 1851. , 
June 19, 1852 
Jan. 8, 1853. . 
July 2, 1853. . 
July 15, 1854. 
July 14, 1855. 
July 12, 1856. 
June 27, 1857, 
June 26, 1858, 
June 28, 1859 
July 4, 1860. . 
Julv4, 1861.. 
July 10, 1862. 



No. 

Days. 



16 

46 
32 
32 
32 
18 
46 
32 
32 
25 
18 
53 
32 
30 
32 
18 
37 
32 
24 
52 
25 
15 
39 
30 
38 
32 
18 
44 
32 
39 
32 
18 
53 
32 
39 
39 
39 
25 
25 
28 
29 
30 
37 



Where held. 



Concord. 
Concord. 
Concord. 
Concord. 
Concord. 
Concord. 
Concord. 
Concord. 
Concord. 
Concord. 
Concord. 
Concord. 
Concord. 
Concord. 
Concord. 
Concord. 
Concord. 
Concord. 
Concord. 
Concord. 
Concord. 
Concord. 
Concord. 
Concord. 
Concord. 
Concord. 
Concord. 
Concord. 
Concord. 
Concord. 
Concord. 
Concord. 
Concord. 
Concord. 
Concord. 
Concord, 
Concord. 
Concord. 
Concord. 
Concord. 
Concord. 
Concord. 
Concord. 



SESSIONS OF THE LEGISLATURE. 



393 



Commenced. 



Adjourned. 



June 3 
June 1 
Aug. 9 
June 7 
June 6 
June 5 
June 3 
June 2 
June 1 
June 7 
June 5 
June 4 
June 3 
June 2 
June 7 
June 6 
June 5 
June 4 
June 1 
June 6 
June 3 
June 1 



1863. 

1864. 

1864. 

1865 

1866. 

1867. 

1868. 

1869. 

1870. 

1871. 

1872. 

1873. 

1874. 

1875. 

1876. 

1877. 

1878. 

1879. 

1881. 

1883. 

1885. 

1887. 



July 10, 1863 

July 16, 1864 

Sept. 1, 1864 

July 1, 1865 

July 7, 1866 

July 6, 1867 

July 4, 1868 

July 9, 1869 

July 2, 1870 

July 15, 1871 

July 4, 1872 

July 3, 1873 

July 10, 1874 

July 3, 1875 

July 21, 1876 

July 19, 1877 

Aug. 17, 1878 

July 19, 1879 

Aug. 19, 1881 

Sept. 15, 1883 

Aug. 29, 1885 

Noy. 5, 1887 



No. 
DATS. 



38 
46 
24 
25 
32 
32 
32 
38 
32 
39 
30 
30 
38 
32 
45 
44 
74 
46 
80 

102 
88 

158 



Where held. 



Concord. 
Concord. 
Concord. 
Concord. 
Concord. 
Concord. 
Concord. 
Concord. 
Concord. 
Concord. 
Concord. 
Concord. 
Concord. 
Concord. 
Concord. 
Concord. 
Concord. 
Concord. 
Concord. 
Concord, 
Concord. 
Concord. 



STATE GOVERNMENT. 



Expiration of term is given against the name of each, or is otherwise 

indicated. 

GOVERNOR. 

David H. Goodell, Antrim. January 7, 1891. 

COUNCILORS. 

District No. 1. — Charles H. Horton, r., Dover. 
District No. 2. — Edward C. Shirley, r., Goffstown. 
District No. 3. — William S. Pillsbury, r., Londonderry. 
District No. 4. — Frank C. Cluirchill, r., Lebanon. 
District No. 5. — Sherburne R. Merrill, d., Colebrook. 
Compensation, $3 per diem and mileage. Term exj)ires January 
7, 1891. 

DEPARTMENT OFFICERS, COMMISSIONERS, AND 

TRUSTEES. 

If not otherwise stated, appointments are made by the Governor^ and 

Council. 

Secretary of State. — A. B, Thompson, Concord. Elected by the 
Legislature for two years. Salary, $800. 

Deputy Secretary of State. — Darius Merrill, Concord. Appointed 
by the Secretary of State. Salary, $600. 

State Treasurer. — Solon A. Carter, Concord. Elected by the 
Legislature for two years. Salary, $1,800. 

Adjutant-General. — A. D. Ayling, Concord. Salary, $1,000. 

AUDITORS OF PRINTER'S ACCOUNTS. 

Horace A. Brown, Concord, September 6, 1889. 

Frank P. Kellom, Concord, February 5, 1890. 

Term, one year. Compensation, $3 a day and mileage. 



STATE GOVERNMENT. 395 

AUDITOR OF treasurer's ACCOUNTS. 

Charles W. Talpey, Farmington, February, 1890. Term, one 
year. Salary, $200. 

BANK COMMISSIONERS. 

James O. Lyford, Concord, September 9, 1889. 
Alonzo I. Nute, Farmington, December 6, 1889. 
Office established in 1837. Term, two years. Compensation, 
$5 per diem, and ten cents per mile for travel each way. 

BOARD OF AGRICULTURE. 

President. — Moses Hnmj)hrey, Concord, September 9, 1891. 
Jason S. Perry, Rindge, July 8, 1889. 
Sidney B. Whittemore, Colebrook, October 3, 1890. 
Charles McDaniel, Springfield, October 3, 1890. 
Liicien Thompson, Durham, October 3, 1890. 
George S. Philbrick, Tilton, September 9, 1891. 
Charles E. Swasey, Bethlehem, Nov. 11, 1891. 
John D. Lyman, Exeter, January 27, 1891. 
Alonzo Towle, M. D., Freedom, September 9, 1891. 
George A. Wason, New Boston, March 11, 1892. 
Secretary. — N. J, Bachelder, Andover. 

Established in 1820. Consists of ten persons, one from each 
county. Term, three years. Salary of secretary, $1,000. 

BOARD OF EQUALIZATION. 

Chairman. — John M. Hill, Concord, March 11, 1891. 

Jewett Conner, Exeter, March 11, 1891. 

Edwin W. Drew, Stewartstown, March 11, 1891. 

John M. Parker, Goflfstown, March 11, 1891. 

Secretary. — Charles A. Dole, Lebanon, March 11, 1891. 

Appointed by the Supreme Court and commissioned by the Gov- 
ernor. Term, tAvo years. Salary of secretary, $600. Compensa- 
tion of Board, $3 a day and expenses. 

BOARD OF HEALTH. 

David H. Goodell, Governor, ex officio. 
Daniel Barnard, Attorney-General, ex officio. 



396 NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 

President. — Granville P. Conn, M. D., Concord, Sept. 9, 1889. 

Secretary. — Irving A. Watson, M. D., Concord, Sept. 21, 1891. 

John J. Berry, M. D., Portsmouth, September 21, 1891. 

James A. Weston, C. E., Manchester, Sept. 9, 1889. 

Established in 1881. Composed of the Governor and attorney- 
general, ex officUs, three physicians, and one civil engineer. Term, 
four years. Salary of the secretary, $2,000. 

COMMISSIONERS TO MEET MASSACHUSETTS COMMISSIONERS TO ASCER- 
TAIN AND ESTABLISH THE BOUNDARY LINE BETWEEN THE TW^O 
STATES. 

Chairman. — John J. Bell, Exeter. 
Secretary. — Charles H. Roberts, Concord. 
Nathaniel H. Clark, Plaistow. 
Appointed September 9, 1885. 

COMMISSIONERS OF PHARMACY AND PRACTICAL CHEMISTRY. 

President. — Q\\2iv\e^ A. Tufts, Dover, July 26, 1890. 
Edward H. Currier, Manchester, July 14, 1891. 
Secretary. — George F. Underhill, Concord, July 7, 1889. 
Established in 1875. Term of office, three years. 

COMMISSIONERS OF PILOTAGE. 
PORT or PORTSMOUTH. 

Thomas H. Rider, Portsmouth, October 14, 1891. 
Albert Rand, Portsmouth, December 21, 1891. 
William H. Sise, Portsmouth, July 8, 1891. 
Office established in 1785. Term of office, five years. 

FISH AND GAME COMMISSIONERS. 

Chairman. — George AV. Riddle, Manchester, November 15, 1892. 

Superintendent. — Elliot B. Hodge, Plymouth, June 1, 1893. 

John H. Kimball, Marlborough, July 8, 1891. 

Commission established in 1864. The sum of $2,000 is appro- 
priated for the use of the commissioners, and $1,000 for improving 
and maintaining the hatching-house. Term of office, five years. 



STATE GOVERNMENT. 397 

INSPECTORS OF STEAMBOATS. 

Charles H. Hutcliinson, Manchester; appointed May 11, 1882. 
Benjamin F. Drake, Lake Village ; appointed September 6, 1887. 
An act passed in 1881 authorizing the appointment of one or more 
persons as inspectors. Term not limited. 

INSURANCE COMMISSIONER. 

Heniy H. Huse, Manchester, March 14, 1891. Office established 
in 1851. Term, three years. Salary, $1,500. 

PUBLIC PRINTER. 

John B. Clarke, Manchester. Office established in 1850. Elected 
by the Legislatm'e for two years. 

RAILROAD COMMISSIONERS. 

Chairman. — Henry M. Putney, Manchester, October 1, 1889. 
Clerk. — Benjamin F. Prescott, Epping, October 1, 1890. 
John M. Mitchell, Concord, October 1, 1891. 

Office established in 1844. Term, three years. Salaiy of the 
chairman, $2,500; clerk, $2,200; and the other member, $2,000. 

SPECIAL RAILROAD COMMISSIONERS. 

Boston & Maine Railroad. — Winthrop N. Dow, Exeter. Term, 
four years; July 25, 1892. 

Peterborough & Shirley Railroad. — Wm. P. Chamberlain, Keeue. 
Term, three years; July 12, 1889. 

STATE PRISON. 

Warden. — George W. Colbath, Dover, September 21, 1889. 

Beputy Warden. — Samuel D. Robinson, Pembroke. 

Chaplain. — Elijah R. Wilkins, Concord, September 21, 1889. 

Surgeon. — Alfred E. Emery, Concord, September 21, 1889. 

Salary of warden, $1,500 ; deputy w^arden, $1,200 ; chaplain, $800 ; 
surgeon, $500. The deputy warden is appointed by the warden. 

In 1877 an act was passed authorizing the erection of the new 
prison. The convicts were transferred to the new prison, November 
30, 1880. 



398 NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 



SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION. 

James W. Patterson, Hanover, July 7, 1890. Term of office, two 
years. Salary, $2,500. 

TRUSTEES OF THE ASYLUM FOR THE INSANE. 

President. —George B. Twitcliell,M. D., Keene, October 14, 1889. 
Secretary. — Joseph B. Walker, Concord, October 14, 1889. 
Rev. John E. Barry, Concord, October 14, 1889. 
Dexter Richards, Newport, July 8, 1890. 
Emery J. Randall, Somersworth, July 8, 1890. 
Edward Spalding, Nashua, July 8, 1890. 
Ellery A. Hibbard, Laconia, September 7, 1891. 
Carlton P. Frost, Hanover, September 7, 1891. 
Rev. Franklin D. Ayer, Concord, September 7, 1891. 
William G. Perry, Exeter, July 24, 1892. 
Waterman Smith, Manchester, Julj^ 24, 1892. 
William H. H. Mason, Moultonborough, July 24, 1892. 
Asylum established in 1838. Three trustees, apjyointed annually. 
Term of office, four years. 

TRUSTEES OF THE COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE AND THE 

MECHANIC ARTS. 

APPOINTED BY THE TRUSTEES OF DARTMOUTH COLLEGE. 

President. — George W. Nesmith, Franklin. 
Rev. Samuel C. Bartlett, Hanover. 
Rev. Josiah G. Davis, Amherst. 
Treasurer. — Frederick Smyth, Manchester. 

APPOINTED BY THE GOVERNOR AND COUNCIL. 

District No. 1. — Benjamin F. Prescott, Epping, July 8, 1889. 
District No. 2. — Lyman D. Stevens, Concord, September 9, 1891. 
District No. 3. — George A. Wason, New Boston, July 8, 1889. 
District No. 4. — Charles McDaniel, Springfield, Sept. 9, 1891. 
District No. 5. — Sidney B. Whittemore, Colebrook, July 13, 1890. 

AT LARGE. 

Charles W. Stone, Andover, September 21, 1890. 
Warren Brown, Hampton Falls, September 21, 1890. 
Secretary. — Joseph Kidder, Manchester. 



STATE GOVERNMENT. 399 

Established in 1866. Twelve trustees: the Governor, ex officio, 
two at large to be practical farmers, one from each councilor dis- 
trict, and four appointed by the trustees of Dartmouth College. 
Term of oflQ.ce, three years. 

TRUSTEES OF THE INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL. 

Orange S. Brown, Rollinsford, September 8, 1889. 

John C. Linehan, Concord, July 21, 1890. 

Daniel W. Johnson, Claremont, July 27, 1890. 

John W. Peppard, Rumney, August 21, 1891. 

Mrs. Olive R. Clarke, Manchester, August 21, 1891. 

Daniel W. Bill, Gilsum, August 21, 1891. 

Secretary. — Daniel Clark, IManchester, September 9, 1889. 

Superintendent. — John C. Ray, Manchester. 

Established in 1851 as "State Reform School"; in 1881 name 
changed to " Industrial School." Salary of superintendent fiixed by 
the trustees. The board of trustees consists of seven members, two 
appointed annually. Term, three years. 

TRUSTEES OF NORMAL SCHOOL. 

David H. Goodell, Governor, ex officio. 

James W. Patterson, Sicpt. Pub. Instruction, ex officio. 

President. — Rev. Daniel C. Roberts, Concord, September 8, 1889, 

Mrs. Eliza A. N. Blair, Manchester, September 8, 1889. 

William H. Mitchell, Littleton, September 8, 1889. 

Amos W. Kidder, Plymouth, September 8, 1889. 

Secretary. — Hosea W. Parker, Claremont, September 8, 1889. 

Established in 1870. Term of oflQce, two years. 

TRUSTEES OF STATE LIBRARY. 

Albert S. Batch ellor, Littleton, October 14, 1889. 
Charles R. Corning, Concord, July 26, 1890. 
George C. Gilmore, Manchester, October 14, 1891. 
Term, three years. 

State Librarian. — William H. Kimball, Concord. Appointed by 
the trustees. Salary, $800. 

KEEPER OF THE STATE HOUSE. 

James E. Randlett, Concord. Appointed annually. Salary, $650. 



GOVERNOR AND STAFF. 

1889-1891. 



His Excellency DAVID H. GOODELL, Antrim, 

Commander-in- Chief. 

Maj. Gen. Augustus D. Ayling, Concord, Adjutant-General. 

Brig. Gen. Elbert Wheeler, Nashua, Inspector- General. 

Brig. Gen. Charles O. Hurlbutt, Lebanon, Quartermaster- General. 

Brig. Gen. Sylvester Little, Antrim, Cor}iniissary- General. 

Brig. Gen. Paul Lang, Orford, Judge- Advocate- General. 

Brig. Gen. John H. Cutler, Peterborough, Surgeon- General. 

CoL Fred A. Palmer, Derry, Aide-de-Camp. 

CoL Stephen S. Jewett, Laconia, Aide-de-Camp. 

CoL Daniel 'F. Healy, Manchester, Aide-de-Camp. 

CoL Edward M. Gilman, Nashua, Aide-de-Camp. 



THE GENERAL COURT OF NEW HAMPSHIRE 

From June 6, 1889, to December 31, 1890. 



SEIsTATE. 



President. — David A. Taggart, Goffstown Eagle Hotel. 

Clerk. — Ira A. Chase, Bristol 26 Centre St. 

Assistant Clerk. — Charles J. Hamblett, Milford..l5 Maple. 
Sergeant-at-Arms. — Edward H. Wason, Nashua.. 20 Montgomery, 
Messenger. — James M. Adams, North Weare 7 Union. 

No. District. Name and Residence. Lodgings. 

1. Coos Perkins, Nathan E., d., Jefferson 5 Elm St. 

2. Grafton Mitchell, William H.., d., Littleton 194 N. Main. 

3. Lebanon Willard, Isaac, r., Orford 35 Pleasant. 

4. Plymouth Cheney, Thomas P., r., Ashland Eagle Hotel. 

5. Laconia Moses, Thaddeus S., d., Meredith 105 S. State. 

6. Winnipesaukee . Quinby, Henry B., r., Gilford Eagle Hotel. 

7. Sullivan Balcom, George L., r., Claremont . . . .Eagle Hotel. 

8. Hillsborough . .Gray, Augustus W., r., Bennington. . .75 Centre. 

9. Merrimack . . . .Pearson, John C, r., Boscawen Eagle Hotel. 

10. Concord Corning, Charles R., r., Concord 46 Pleasant. 

11. Pittsfield Tennant, James B., r., Epsom Eagle Hotel. 

12. Somersworth . . .Willson, Edward T., r., Farmington. .69 N. Spring. 

13. Keene R^^gg> Daniel W., r., Keene , ....7 Union. 

14. Cheshire Stearns, Ezra S., r., Rindge Eagle Hotel. 

15. Peterborough . .Clarke, Frank G., r., Peterborough. ..Eagle Hotel. 

16. Amherst Taggart, David A., r., Goffstown Eagle Hotel. 

17. Nashua Gregg, David A., d., Nashua Eagle Hotel. 

18. Manchester . . . .Means, Charles T., r., Manchester. . . .Phenix Hotel. 

19. Amoskeag Stearns, George H., r., Manchester... .Phenix Hotel. 

20. Londonderry . . .Butler, George S., ?'., Pelham Phenix Hotel. 

21. Rockingham . . .Eastman, Edwin G., r., Exeter 89 School. 

22. Newmarket . . . .Sinclair, Charles A., d., Portsmouth . .Phenix Hotel. 

23. Dover Nute, John H., r. , Dover Eagle Hotel. 

24. Portsmouth . . . .Conn, William, d.y Portsmouth 35 South. 

26 



402 NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 

HOUSE OF REPEESENTATIYES. 

Speaker. — Hiram D. Upton, Manchester Plienix Hotel. 

Clerk. — George A. Dickey, Concord Phenix Hotel. 

Assistant Clerk. — Stephen S. Jewett, Laconia. Phenix Hotel. 
Sergea7it-at-Arms. — Lewis Jenkins, Pittsfield . .Locke's, Green St. 
Chaplain. — Edwin P. Hoyt, Lake Village Home. 

door-keepers. 

Horace L. Ingalls, Concord Home. 

Charles C. Jones, Warner 16 Essex. 

Orrin D. Huse, Sanborn ton 15 Centre. 

PAGES. 

John H. Stanley, Concord 26 South. 

Edgar Farmer, Manchester 41 Centre. 

Fred E. Spencer, Concord 26 Thompson. 

Henry Hillman, Jr., Manchester 41 Centre. 

MESSENGER TO COMMITTEE ON THE JUDICIARY. 

Charles E. Harrison, Franklin. 

tellers. 

Division No. 1, Mr. Waldo, of Northfield. 
Division No. 2, Mr. Faulkner, of Keene. 
Division No. 3, Mr. Cilley, of Deerfield. 
Division No. 4, Mr. Pitman, of Bartlett. 
Division No. 5, Mr. Gould, of Manchester. 

reporters. 

Mirror and American, Arthur E. Clarke, Manchester. 

Phenix Hotel. 

Boston Journal, J. E. Pecker, Concord Eagle Hotel. 

Manchester Union, H. F. Norris, Manchester Phenix Hotel. 

Concord Monitor, Edward N. Pearson, Concord.. .37 S. Spring. 
Associated Press, Daniel B. Donovan, Concord. . .28 Thorndike. 
Boston Herald, Allan H, Robinson, Concord. 



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BELKNAP COUNTY. 



Alton, Amos L. Rollins, r. 

Barnstead, Enos George, d. 

Belmont, Pike Davis, r. 

Centre Harbor, RiifusL. Coe, d. 
Gilford, William H. Pepper, r. 
William H. Weeks, r. 
Gilmanton, George H. Brown, r. 
Laconia, George A. Sanders, r. 



Laconia, William F. Knight, r. 

Samuel B. Smith, r. 
Meredith, Edwin Cox, d. 

Joseph F. Smith, r, 

New Hampton, 

Francis A. Emerson, r, 

Sanborn ton, George A. Leavitt, r. 

Tilton, Dearborn S. Daniels, d. 



CARROLL COUNTY. 



Albany and Madison, 

Langdon M. Atkinson, r. 
Bartlett, Walter Pitman, d. 

Chatham, James M. Weeks, r. 
Conway, 

Bradbury B. Woodward, d. 
Richard C. Davis, d. 
Eaton, Adriel H. Stewart, d. 
Effingham, Daniel C. Gale, d. 
Freedom, Leander Milliken, d. 
Jackson, Hart's Location and 
Livermore, 

Chase B. Perkins, d. 



Moultonborough, 

Edwin F, Brown, r. 
Ossix3ee, John C. Ames, d. 

Sandwich, 

Benjamin F. Fellows, r. 
Tamworth, Thomas B. Mason, r. 
Tuf tonborough , 

Andrew K. Roberts, d. 
Wakefield, James W. Garvin, d. 
Wolfeborough, 

Israel B. Manning, r. 
Gideon Gilman, r. 



CHESHIRE COUNTY. 



Alstead, Edward M. Smith, r. 
Chesterfield, 

Warren H. Butler, r. 
Dublin, Charles J. Ellis, r. 

Fitzwilliam, 

Charles D. Bigelow, r. 
Gilsum, John S. Collins, d. 

Harrisville, Fred C. Farwell, r. 
Hinsdale, Dwight W. Stearns, r. 

Edward E. Hale, r. 
Jaffrey, Walter L. Goodnow, r. 



Keene — 

Ward 1, Edward Pittsinger, r. 
'' 2, Franklin H. Fay, r. 
" 3, Charles Wright,2d,r. 
*' 4, Francis C.Faulkner,r. 
" 5, John Driscoll, d. 
Marlborough, 

S. H. McCollester, r. 
Marlow, Alonzo J. Watkins, d. 
Nelson and Stoddard, 

Frederick Taylor, d. 



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Richmond, Franklin O.Bowen, r. 
Rinclge, Jason S. Perry, r. 

Sullivan, Surry, and Roxbury, 

Mason A. Carpenter, r. 
Swanzey, Orlow E. Parsons, d. 
Troy, Henry M. Whittemore, r. 
Walpole, William H. Kiniry, d. 



Wali3ole, John C. Brown, d. 
Westmoreland, 

William J. Reed, r. 
Winchester, 

Albert M. Howard, r. 

Granville Wardwell, r. 



coos COUNTY. 



Berlin, 

Robert N. Chamberlin, r. 
Carroll, Oscar Barron, r. 

Clarksville and Pittsburg, 

Abner J. Bean, d. 
Colebrook, Jason H. Dudley, d. 
Columbia, Benjamin F. Cook, d. 
Dalton, None sent. 

Errol and Dummer, 

Lewis C. Bragg, d. 
Gorham, Pearson G. Evans, d. 
Jefferson, 

Charles H. Burnham, d. 



Lancaster, John M. Clark, d. 
Matthew Smith, d. 
Milan, James S. Phipps, r. 

Northumberland, 

George W. McKellips, r. 
Randolph and Shelburne, 

Joel E. Leighton, d. 
Stark, William T. Pike, d. 

Stewartstown, AlansonOwen, d. 
Stratford, John T. Amey, d. 
Whitefield, 

William K. Quimby, r. 
Austin W. Miner, r. 



GRAFTON COUNTY. 



Alexandria, 

Charles L. Dalton, d. 
Ashland, Edward P. Warner, r. 
Bath, James C. Noyes, d. 

Bethlehem, Frank H. Abbott, d. 
Bristol, Marshall Ballou, r. 
Campton, 

Alonzo D. Muchmore, r. 
Canaan, George W. Story, d. 
Dorchester, classed with Groton. 
Easton and Landaff, 

Charles E. Drury, d. 
Enfield, Joseph F. Perley, d. 
Grafton, John E. Martin, d. 



Groton and Dorchester, 

Joseph W. Burley, d. 
Hanover, 

Newton S. Huntington, r, 
Stephen D. Smith, r. 
Haverhill, Samuel B. Page, d. 
Amos Tarleton, d. 
Hebron and Bridgewater, 

Voted not to elect. 
Holderness, 

Marcus M. Sargent, d. 
Lebanon, Frank B. Kendrick, r. 
GilmanC. Whipple, ;*, 
Reuben C. True, r. 

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Littleton, HaiTy Bingham, d. 

Isaac Calhoun, r. 
Lisbon, Leonard B. Pratt, r. 
David M. Aldrich, r. 
Lincoln and Franconia, 

Osmon Parker, d. 
Lyman, John E. Clough, d. 

Lyme, Jacob W. Bean, r. 

Monroe, Not entitled. 

Orford, George W. Lamprey, r. 
Plymouth, James Robie, ^. 



Piermont, Henry H. Palmer, r. 
Rumney, 

William H. Keuiston, d. 

Thornton, Orrin F. James, d. 

Warren, John E. Davis, d. 

Waterville, Woodstock, and 

Ellsworth, 

Frederick P. Weeks, d. 
Wentworth, 

William C. Pillsbury, d. 



HILLSBOKOUGH COUNTY. 



Amherst, GeorgeW. Bos worth, r. 
Antrim, William Buchanan, r. 
Bedford, George F. Barnard, d. 
Bennington, 

Horace St. Clair Stevens, d. 
Brookline, Charles N. Corey, d. 
Deering, Henry Gove, d. 

Francestown, 

George W. Cummings, r. 
Gofi'stown, Charles S. Parker, r. 
Greenfield, James Sawyer, d. 
Greenville, Charles E. Hall, r. 
Hancock, GeorgeW. Goodhue, r. 
Hillsborough, John Goodell, r. 
Hollis, James E. Hills, r. 

Hudson, Charles W. Spalding, r. 
Lyndeborough, 

Jacob A. Woodward, r. 
Manchester, — 

Ward 1, Perrv H. Dow, r. 

Marcellus Gould, r. 
Ward 2, Charles H. Robie, r. 
Cyrus A. Sulloway, r. 
Ward 3, Henry F. W. Little, r. 
Chas. W.Cheney, Jr., r. 



Peleg D. Harrison, r. 
CarljE. York, r. 
Isaac L. Heath, r. 
Ward 4, Samuel D. Lord, r. 

Arthur S. Campbell, r. 
Hiram D. Upton, r. 
John M. Crawford, r. 
JeanB.Archambeault,^. 
Ward 5, Dennis F. O'Connor,^. 
Patrick H.O'Malley,^/. 
John F. Bohan, d. 
Patrick Flynn, d. 
John T. Gillis, d. 
Felix M. Boire, d. 
Ward 6, George F. Freeman, r. 
George W. Prescott, r, 
Ignatius T.Webster, r. 
Ward 7, Frank A. Dockham, r. 

Frank B. Potter, r. 

Ward8,George W. Nutter, d, 

Francois X.Robitaille,r. 

Mason, Orren A. Hamblett, r. 

Merrimack, Francis A. Gordon, r. 

Milford, Albert W. Smith, r. 

Everett Stickney, r. 



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Mont Vernon, Henry r.Dodge,^/. 
Nashua, — 
Ward 1, Charles H. Dunlap, r. 
" 2, Charles B. Jackman,r. 
" 3, James O'lSTeil, d. 
" 4, Charles S. Collins, r, 
'* 5, Jeremiah J. Doyle, d. 
" 6, Isaac N. Cummings, d. 
Daniel O'Connell, d. 
Alphonse Lefebvre, d. 
" 7, Frederick S. Jacobs, r. 
" 8, Voted not to send. 



New Boston, Daniel G. Smith, r. 
New Ipswich, 

Joseph E. F. Marsh, Jr., r. 
Pelham, Frank M. Woodbury,^. 
Peterborough, 

Willard D. Chase, r. 

Ebenezer W. Mcintosh, r. 
Temple, Martin H. Fisk, d. 

Weare, Charles J. Hadley, d. 
Oliver E. Branch, d. 
Windsor, George M. Russell, d. 
Wilton, George I. Doe, d. 



MERRIMACK COUNTY. 



Allenstown, John F. Bartlett, d. 
Andover, Walter S. Carr, d. 
Boscawen, Eli E, Graves, r. 
Bradford, David M. Morse, d. 
Bow, Seth Quimby, d. 

Canterbury, Charles H. Ayers, d. 
Concord — 
Ward 1, Edward Campbell, d. 
" 2, David A. Morrill, d. 
'* 3, John E. Gay, r. 
" 4, John F. Webster, r. 
Henry J. Crippen, r. 
Geo. M. Fletcher, r. 
" 5, James H. Rovvell, r. 
Converse J. Smith, r. 
" 6, Joseph H. Lane, r. 

Gardner B. Emmons, r. 
Frank G. Edgerly, r. 

" 7, 

Chas. E. Thompson, Jr., r. 
Chichester, 

Hiram Hutchinson, d. 
Danbury, George Littlefield, d. 
Dunbarton, Willie F. Page, r. 



Charles S. Hall, r. 



Ei)Som, 
Franklin, 

Edward B. S. Sanborn, d. 
Jeremiah K. Judkins, d. 
Rufus M. Davis, d. 
Henniker, Albert C. Clark, r. 
Hill, Frank B. Shaw, r. 

Hooksett, Richard A. Lantry, r. 
Hopkinton, 

Herman W. Greene, r. 
Charles A. Morrill, r. 
Loudon, Joseph T. Sanborn, d. 
New London, 

Ransom F. Sargent, r. 
Northfield, John Waldo, r. 

Pembroke, George P. Cofran, r. 
George H. Larabee, r. 
Pittsfield, William B. Evans, d. 
George M. Moor, d. 
Salisbury, Frank H. Dunlap, d. 
Sutton, Jacob K. Adams, r. 

Warner, Fred Bean, r. 

AVebster, Daniel G. Holmes, r. 
Wilmot, Voted not to send. 



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407 



ROCKINGHAM COUNTY. 



Atkinson, 

Edward N. Greenough, d. 
Auburn, Benjamin Eaton, d. 
Brentwood, George R. Rowe, r. 
Candia, Thomas B. Turner, d. 
Chester, Clark B. Hall, d. 

Danville, James Darbe, r. 

Deerfield, John J. Cilley, r. 

Deny, Arthur T. Learnard, r. 
Gilman A. Wheeler, r. 
Epping, John Q. Pike, d. 

Exeter, Gilman Marston, r. 

George L. Ilsley, r. 

William H. Fellows, r. 
Fremont, John L. Martin, r. 
Greenland, William H. Packer,^. 
Hampstead, 

Daniel H. Emerson, r. 
Hampton, Horace M. Lane, r. 
Hampton Falls, 

George C. Healey, r. 
Kensington, JosejDh N. Austin, d. 
Kingston, David O. Brewer, d. 
Londonderry, Samuel P. Robie, r. 
Newcastle, Oliver V. Randall, d. 
Newington, 

iSTehemiah Pickering, d. 
Newmarket, 

George O. Hodgdon, d. 

William T. Folsom, d. 



Newton, Elbridge B. Rowell, d. 
Northwood, David M. Smyth, r. 
Nottingham, 

William F. Holmes, r. 
North Hamilton, 

David J. Lamprey, d. 
Plaistow, 

Benjamin G. Flanders, r. 
Portsmouth — 
Ward 1, Henry K. Stoddard, d. 
Samuel P. Treadwell, d. 
Daniel Casey, d. 
" 2, Heman F. Eldredge, d. 
John Conlon, d. 
George E. Hodgdon, d. 
" 3, Timothy F. Cronin, d. 
" 4, Howell C. Russell, d. 
Raymond, Olney T. Brown, d. 
Rye, Charles H. Rand, d. 

Salem, Milton G. Woodbury, d. 
Oliver G. Woodbury, d. 
Sandown, Elihu B. Hoyt, d. 

Seabrook, William D. Eaton, d. 
South Hampton and East Kings- 
ton, Jacob Eaton, r. 
South NeAvmarket, 

Austin J. Neale, r. 
Stratham, Frank H. Scammon, d. 
Windham, Hiram S. Reynolds, r. 



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STRAFFORD COUNTY. 



Barrington, George B. Haley, r. 
Dover — 
Ward 1, Thomas M. Steele, r. 
" 2, John W. Rines, r. 
Timothy Hussey, r. 
*' 3, John H. Nealley, r. 

John T. Welch, r. 
*' 4, George E. Varney, r. 

Charles W. Torr, r. 
** 5, Peter Laughlm, d. 
Andrew Killoren, d. 
Dm'ham, James W. Burnham, d. 
Farmington, 

Hiram H. Barker, d. 
John P. Bennett, d. 
Alonzo Straw, d, 
Lee, Daniel E. Plummer, d. 

Middleton and Brookfield, 

Cyrus D. Willey, d. 



Milton, Joseph H. Avery, r. 

New Durham, 

Franklin W. Coburn, Jr., d. 
Rochester, 

Benjamin M. Flanders, d. 
Charles M. Abbott, d. 
Charles N. Seavey, d. 
Patrick H. Hartigan, d. 
Joseph S. N'orris, d. 
Rollinsford, 

George H. Yeaton, r. 
Somersworth, 

John Parsons, Jr., d. 
Samuel Welch, d. 
Thomas Ritchie, d. 
Samuel A. Seavey, r. 
William Marcotte, d. 
Strafford, Charles W. Waldron, r. 



.SULLIVAN COUNTY, 



Acworth, Hiram R. Neal, r. 

Charlestown, George S. Smith, r. 
Claremont, Hermon Holt, r. 

John M. Whipple, r. 

John Tyler, r. 

Charles A. Fisher, r. 
Cornish, Albert E. Wellman, r. 
Croydon , 

George W. Stockwell, r. 
Grantham, Chester Walker, d. 



Langdon, James W. Bascom, r. 
Lempster, William C. Sabine, r. 
Newport, Fred W. Cheney, r. 
Alfred J. Gould, r, 
Plainfield, Henry C. Farnum, r. 
Springfield, John H. Johnson, r. 
Sunapee, John V. Sargent, d. 
Unity, Charles A. Newton, d. 
Washington , 

Frank P. Newman, d. 



THE GENERAL COURT. 409 

STANDma COMMITTEES OF THE SENATE. 

On Judiciary. — Senate Keeeption Room. — Senators Eastman, 
Clarke, Pearson, Tennant, Mitchell. 

On Revision of Laws. — Senate Reception Room. — Senators 
Ezra S. Stearns, Corning, Cheney, Willard, Perkins. 

On Railroads. — Senate Reception. Room. — Senators Butler,' 
Nute, Balcom, Perkins, Gregg. % 

On Banks. — Xo. 11. — Senators George H. Stearns, Willson, 
Ezra S. Stearns, Means, Mitchell. 

On Finance. — No. 7. — Senators Cheney, Qninby, Rugg, Bal- 
com, Sinclair. 

On Agriculture. — Senate Reception Room. — Senators Rugg, 
Willard, Tennant, Conn, Moses. 

On Manttfactures. — Senate Reception Room. — Senators Bal- 
com, Ezra S. Stearns, Means, Quinby, Gregg. 

On Education. — Room of Suj)erintendent of Public Instruction. 
— Senators Mitchell, George H. Stearns, Balcom, Quinby, Cheney. 

On Incorporations. — No. 7. — Senators Corning, Quinby, George 
H. Stearns, Butler, Willson. 

On Military Affairs. — Adjutant-Generars Office. — Senators 
Gray, Corning, Clarke, Gregg, Sinclair. 

On Claims. — No. 11. — Senators Means, Butler, Eastman, Ezra 
S. Stearns, Moses. 

On Towns and Parishes. — No. 11. — Senators Quinby, Clarke, 
Willard, Ezra S. Stearns, Sinclair. 

On Roads, Bridges, and Canals. — No. 11. — Senators Pear- 
son, Rugg, Willson, Gray, Perkins. 

On State Prison and Industrial School. — Adjutant-General's 
Office. — Senators Clarke, Cheney, Tennant, Rugg, Conn. 

On Elections. — No. 11. — Senators Tennant, Nute, Eastman, 
Perkins, Gregg. 

On Asylum for Insane. — No. 7. — Senators Nute, Butler, East- 
man, George 11. Stearns, Gregg. 

On Labor. — Senate Reception Room. — Senators Willson, Nute, 
Gray, Conn, Moses. 



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STAJ^DIISTG COMMITTEES OF THE HOUSE. 



ON AGEICELTURE. — ROOM NO. 2. 



Palmer, of Pievmont, 
Woodward, of Lyndeboroiigli, 
Bowen, of Richmond, 
Goodhue, of Hancock, 
Martin, of Fremont, 
Holmes, of Webster, 



George, of Barnstead, 
Amey, of Stratford, 
Biirley, of Dorchester, 
Burnham, of Dm^ham, 
Greenough, of Atkinson, 
Woodward, of Conway. 



ON AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE. — ROOM NO. 2. 



Perry, of Rindge, 
Wellman, of Cornish, 
Hamblett, of Mason, 
Stearns, of Hinsdale, 
Flanders, of Plaistow, 
Emerson, of Hampstead, 



Webster, of Manchester, 
Davis, of Conway, 
Cook, of Columbia, 
Noyes, of Bath, 
Quimby, of Bow, 
Walker, of Grantham. 



ON ASYLUM FOR THE INSANE. — ROOM NO. 2. 



Goodell, of Hillsborough, 
Larabee, of Pembroke, 
Chase, of Peterborough, 
Graves, of Boscawen, 
Lane, of Concord, 
Brown, of Gilmanton, 



Muchmore, of Camf)ton, 
Nutter, of Manchester, 
Kiniry, of Walpole, 
Hall, of Chester, 
Campbell, of Concord, 
Burnham, of Jefferson. 



ON BANKS. — ROOM NO. 10. 



Huntington, of Hanover, 
Faulkner, of Keene, 
Crippen, of Concord, 
Mcintosh, of Peterborough, 
Fellows, of Exeter, 
Goodnow, of Jaffrey, 



Smith, of Laconia, 
York, of Manchester, 
Carr, of Andover, 
Garvin, of Wakefield, 
Newton, of Unity, 
Bennett, of Farmington. 



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411 



ON BILLS ON SECOND READING. — ROOM NO. 6. 



Nealley, of Dover, 
Hall, of Epsom, 
Fai-well, of Harrisville, 
Rowell, of Newton, 
Hoyt, of Sandown, 

ON CLAIMS. — ROOM NO. 2. 



Willey, of Middleton, 
Hartigan, of Rochester, 
O'Neil, of Nashua, 
Sawyer, of Greenfield. 



Crawford, of Manchester, 
Quimby, of Whitefield, 
Smith, of Charlestown, 
Shaw, of Hill, 
Adams, of Sutton, 
Emerson, of New Hampton, 



Collins, of Nashua, 
Bohan, of Manchester, 
Smith, of Lancaster, 
Hodgdon, of Newmarket, 
Plummer, of Lee, 
Martin, of Grafton, 



ON COUNTY AFFAIRS. — ROOM NO. 8. 



Rines, of Dover, 
Gordon, of Merrimack, 
Smith, of New Boston, 
Butler, of Chesterfield, 
Phipps, of Milan, 
Clark, of Henniker, 



Robitaille, of Manchester, 
Pike, of Epping, 
Morse, of Bradford, 
C lough, of Lyman, 
Welch, of Somersworth, 
Brown, of Raymond. 



ON EDUCATION. — ROOM NO. 0. 



McCollester, of Marlborough, 
Cilley, of Deerfield, 
Fisher, of Claremont, 
Lane, of Hampton, 
Buchanan, of Antrim, 
Weeks, of Chatham, 



Lord, of Manchester, 

Fisk, of Temple, 

Eaton, of Seabrook, 

O. G. Woodburv, of Salem, 

Morrill, of Concord, 

Abbott, of Bethlehem. 



ON ELECTIONS. — ROOM NO. 4. 



Chamberlain, of Berlin, 
Neal, of Acworth, 
Learn ard, of Deny, 
Bigelow, of Fitzwilliam, 
Holmes, of Nottingham, 
Thompson, of Concord, 



Gould, of Manchester, 
Leavitt, of Sanbornton, 
OX^onnor, of Manchester, 
Dal ton, of Alexandria, 
Ames, of Ossipee, 
Rand, of Rye. 



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ON FINANCE. — ROOM NO. 10. 



Webster, of Concord, 
Cilley, of Deei-field, 
Hale, of Hinsdale, 
Parker, of Goffstown, 
Larabee, of Pembroke, 
Arcliambeault, of Manchester, 



Barron, of Carroll, 
Atkinson, of Madison, 
Gould, of Newport, 
Parker, of Franconia, 
Story, of Canaan, 
Tread well, of Portsmouth. 



ON FISHERIES AND GAME. — ROOM NO. 5. 



Dow, of Manchester, 
Tyler, of Claremont, 
Collins, of Nashua, 
Gay, of Concord, 
Kendrick, of Lebanon, 
Shaw, of Hill, 



Cheney, of Newport, 
Roberts, of Tuf ton borough, 
Russell, of Portsmouth, 
Coe, of Centre Harbor, 
Perkins, of Jackson, 
Pike, of Stark. 



ON INCORPORATIONS. — ROOM NO. 9. 



Pratt, of Lisbon, 
Sanders, of Laconia, 
Potter, of Manchester, 
Wright, of Keene, 
Emmons, of Concord, 
Stockwell, of Croydon, 

ON INDUSTRIAL 

Haley, of Barrington, 
Weeks, of Gilford, 
Cofran, of Pembroke, 
Cheney, of Manchester, 
Carpenter, of Surry, 
Page, of Dunbarton, 



Warner, of Ashland, 
Cox, of Meredith, 
Eldredge, of Portsmouth, 
Taylor, of Nelson, 
Clark, of Lancaster, 
Killoren, of Dover. 

SCHOOL. — ROOM NO. 9. 

Jacobs, of Nashua, 
Scammon, of Stratham, 
Pillsbur}^ of Wentworth, 
Gove, of Deering, 
Flanders, of Rochester, 
Packer, of Greenland. 



ON INSURANCE. — OFFICE OF INSURANCE COMMISSIONER. 



Cheney, of Newport, 
Whij^ple, of Lebanon, 
Goodnow, of Jaffrey, 
Healey, of Hampton Falls, 
Bean, of Lyme, 
Harrison, of Manchester, 



Edgerly, of Concord, 
Bean, of Warner, 
Evans, of Gorham, 
Marcotte, of Somersworth, 
Stoddard, of Portsmouth, 
Stevens, of Bennington. 



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413 



ON JOURNAL OF THE HOUSE. — LIBRARY. 



Fletcher, of Concord, 
Hall, of Greeuville, 



Bartlett, of Allenstown. 



ON THE JUDICIARY. — ROOM NO. 1. 



Marston, of Exeter, 
Bingham, of Littleton, 
Sanborn, of Franklin, 
Page, of Haverhill, 
Sulloway, of Manchester, 
Branch, of Weare, 



Heath, of Manchester, 
Faulkner, of Keene, 
Holt, of Claremont, 
Chamberlain, of Berlin, 
Huntington, of Hanover, 
Collins, of Gilsum. 



ON LABOR. — ROOM NO. 6. 



Rollins, of Alton, 
Calhoun, of Littleton, 
Cheney, of Manchester, 
Sabine, of Lempster, 
Sargent, of New London, 
Smith, of Laconia, 



Darbe, of Danville, 
Norris, of Rochester, 
Sargent, of Holderness, 
Lamprey, of North Hampton, 
Gillis, of Manchester, 
Randall, of Newcastle. 



ON MANUFACTURES. — ROOM NO. 9. 



Pepper, of Gilford, 
Stickney, of Milford, 
Waldo, of Northfield, 
Whittemore, of Troy, 
Waldron, of Strafford, 
Freeman, of Manchester, 



Avery, of Milton, 
Doe, of Wilton, 
Cummings, of Nashua, 
Parsons, of Swanzey, 
Keniston, of Rumney, 
Sargent, of Sunapee. 



ON anLEAGE. — ROOM NO. O. 



Sanders, of Laconia, 
Sargent, of New London, 
Yeaton, of Rollinsford, 
Bascom, of Langdon, 
Phipps, of Milan, 
Neal, of Acworth, 



Austin, of Kensington , 
Stewart, of Eaton, 
Brewer, of Kingston, 
Laughlin, of Dover, 
Lefebvre, of Nashua, 
Driscoll, of Keene. 



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ON MILITARY ACCOUNTS. — ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S OFFICE. 



Fellows, of Sandwich, 
Eaton, of South Hampton, 
Manning, of Wolfeborough, 
Steele, of Dover, 
Dockham, of Manchester, 



Barnard, of Bedford, 
Hutchinson, of Chichester, 
Brown, of Walpole, 
Casey, of Portsmouth. 



ON MILITARY AFFAIRS. — ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S OFFICE. 



Learnard, of Derry, 
Fellows, of Sandwich, 
Smith, of Hanover, 
Bos worth, of Amherst, 
Johnson, of Springfield, 
Dunlap, of Nashua, 



Little, of Manchester, 
Leighton, of Randolph, 
Ritchie, of Somersworth, 
Turner, of Candia, 
O'Malley, of Manchester, 
Bartlett, of Allenstown. 



ON NATIONAL AFFAIRS. — LIBRARY 



Ilsley, of Exeter, 
Greene, of Hopkinton, 
Cummin gs, of Francestown, 
Knight, of Laconia, 
Heath, of Manchester, 
BaiTon, of Carroll, 



Varney, of Dover, 
Bingham, of Littleton, 
Pickering, of Newington, 
Bragg, of Errol, 
Evans, of Pittsfield, 
O'Connell, of Nashua. 



On normal SCHOOL. — ROOM NO. 10. 



Hall, of Greenville, 
Wardwell, of Winchester, 
Reynolds, of Windham, 
Mason, of Tarn worth, 
Lamprey, of Orford, 
Farnum, of Plainfield, 



Miner, of Whitefield, 
Robie, of Plymouth, 
James, of Thornton, 
Coburn, of New Durham, 
Folsom, of Newmarket, 
Russell, of Windsor. 



ON printer's ACCOUNTS. — ROOM NO. 2. 



Marsh, of New Ipswich, 
Nealley, of Dover, 
Smith, of Meredith, 
Pittsinger, of Keene, 
Reynolds, of Windham, 



Milliken, of Freedom, 
Littlefield, of Danbury, 
Owen, of Stewartstown, 
Abbott, of Rochester. 



THE GENERAL COURT. 



415 



ON RAILROADS. — ROOM NO. 4. 



Cummings, of Francestown, 
Greene, of Hopkinton, 
Whipple, of Claremont, 
Knight, of Laconia, 
Welch, of Dover, 
Brown, of Moultonborough, 



Howard, of Winchester, 
Hodgdon, of Portsmouth, 
O'Connor, of Manchester, 
Perley, of Enfield, 
Bean, of Pittsburg, 
Ayers, of Canterbury. 



ON RETRENCHMENT AND REFORM. — ROOM NO. 10. 



Spaulding, of Hudson, 
Hills, of Hollis, 
Farwellj-of Harrisville, 
Lantry, of Hooksett, 
Martin, of Fremont, 
Hall, of Epsom, 



Straw, of Farmington, 
Davis, of Warren, 
Daniels, of Tilton, 
Pitman, of Bartlett, 
Flynn, of Manchester, 
Conlon, of Portsmouth. 



ON REVISION OF STATUTES. — ROOM NO. 0. 



Greene, of Hopkinton, 
Dudley, of Colebrook, 
Hsley, of Exeter, 
Smith, of Alstead, 
Prescott, of Manchester, 
Fletcher, of Concord, 

ON ROADS, BRIDGES, 

Rowell, of Concord, 
Dunlap, of Nashua, 
Harrison, of Manchester, 
Rowe, of Brentwood, 
Gilman, of Wolfeborough, 
Fay, of Keene, 



Doyle, of Nashua, 
Hadley, of Weare, 
Smith,"^ of Milford, 
Calhoun, of Littleton, 
Weeks, of Woodstock, 
M. G. Woodbury, of Salem. 

AND CANALS. — ROOM NO. 8. 

Ballou, of Bristol, 
Campbell, of Manchester, 
Seavey, of Somersworth, 
Weeks, of Woodstock, 
Barker, of Farmington, 
Judkins, of Franklin. 



ON STATE PRISON. — ROOM NO. 8. 



Kendrick, of Lebanon, 
Smyth, of Northwood, 
McKellips, of Northumberland, 
Davis, of Belmont, 
Robie, of Manchester, 
Ellis, of Dublin, 



Aldrich, of Lisbon, 
Dunlap, of Salisbury, 
Tarleton, of Haverhill, 
Moor, of Pittsfield, 
Watkins, of Mario w, 
Gale, of Effingham. 



416 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 



ON TOWNS. — ROOM NO. 8. 



Reed, of Westmoreland, 
Morrill, of Hopkinton, 
True, of Lebanon, 
Jackman, of Nashua, 
Potter, of Manchester, 
Robie, of Londonderry, 



Bean, of Warner, 
Drury, of Easton, 
Davis, of Franklin, 
ISTewman, of Washington, 
Dodge, of Mont Vernon, 
Seavey, of Rochester. 



ON UNFINISHED BUSINESS. — ROOM NO. 10. 



Potter, of Manchester, 
Wardwell, of Winchester, 
ToiT, of Dover, 
Sabine, of Lempster, 
Hills, of Hollis, 
Hussey, of Dover, 



Sanborn, of Loudon, 
Eaton, of Auburn, 
Corey, of Brookline, 
Parsons, of Somersworth, 
Cronin, of Portsmouth, 
Boire, of Manchester. 



JOIISTT STAIsTDma COMMITTEES. 



ON ENGROSSED BILLS. — OFFICE SEALER OF WEIGHTS AND MEASURES. 

Senate. — Nute and Gray. 

House. — Wheeler, of Derry, and Aldrich, of Lisbon, 



ON STATE LIBRARY. — LIBRARY. 

Senate. — Corning. 

House. — Dudley, of Colebrook, Sanborn, of Franklin, and Faulk- 
ner, of Keene. 

ON STATE HOUSE AND STATE-HOUSE YARD. — LIBRARY. 

Senate. — Pearson. 

House. — Smith, of Concord, Neal, of South Newmarket, and 
Woodbury, of Pelham. 



THE GENERAL COURT. 417 

LOCATION OF COMMITTEE-ROOMS m THE 

STATE HOUSE. 



South Side — Second Floor — Rooms Xos. 1, 2, and 3. 

Third Floor — Rooms Xos. 4 and 5. 

Basement — Office of Sealer of Weights and Measures. 
North Side — Second Floor — Room No. 6, Sergeant-at-Arms. 

Third Floor — Room No. 7. 

Fourth Floor — Rooms Nos. 8, 9, 10, and 11. 

27 



418 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 



HOUSE OF EEPRESEN-TATIYES 

Alphabetically arranged, with the residence of each member, the num- 
ber of his division and seat in the House, and his lodgings in Concord. 



Name and Politics. 


Residence. 


Div. 


Seat 


;. Lodgings. 


Abbott, Charles M., d., 


Rochester, 


4 


57 


75 N. State. 


Abbott, Frank H., d., 


Bethlehem, 


4 


59 


43 Green. 


Adams, Jacob K., r.. 


Sutton, 


4 


65 


6 Oak. 


Aldrich, David M., r., 


Lisbon, 


5 


30 


45 School. 


Ames, John C., d.. 


Ossipee, 


2 


31 


5 N. State. 


Amey, John T., d.. 


Stratford, 


5 


40 


Eagle Hotel. 


Archambeault, JeanB., r. 


, Manchester, 


2 


80 


Miss F. Laroque's, 


Atkinson, Langdon M., r., 


Madison, 


3 


40 


8 Orchard. [Main 


Austin, Joseph ]^., d.. 


Kensington, 


2 


58 


Union and Maple. 


Avery, Joseph H., r., 


Milton, 


4 


68 


92 Washington. 


Ayers, Charles H., d.. 


Canterbury, 


4 


16 


8 N. State. 


Ballou, Marshall, r.. 


Bristol, 


1 


42 


Wentworth Ave. 


Barker, Hiram H., d.. 


Farmington, 


4 


15 


Phenix Hotel. 


Barnard, George F., ^., 


Bedford, 


1 


24 


2 Montgomery. 


Barron, Oscar, r., 


Carroll, 


5 


16 


Eagle Hotel. 


Bartlett, John F., d.. 


Allenstown, 


4 


48 


J. Wood's, School. 


Bascom, James W., r., 


Langdon, 


2 


65 


3 Union. 


Bean, Abner J., d., 


Pittsburg, 


5 


3 


Eagle Hotel. 


Bean, Fred, r., 


Warner, 


4 


13 


92 N. State. 


Bean, Jacob W., r., 


Lyme, 


4 


75 


86 School. 


Bennett, John P., d.. 


Farmington, 


3 


24 


American House. 


Bigelow, Charles D., r., 


Fitz William, 


1 


39 


69 School. 


Bingham, Harry, d.. 


Littleton, 


4 


2 


Phenix Hotel. 


Bohan, John F., rf., 


Manchester, 


2 


20 


Phenix Hotel. 


Boire, Felix M., d.^ 


Manchester, 


4 


20 


Phenix Hotel. 


Bosworth, George AV., r., 


Amherst, 


2 


66 


57 State. 


Bow en, Franklin 0., r., 


Richmond, 


4 


55 


8 Maple. 


Bragg, Lewis C, ^., 


Erro*l, 


5 


17 


Green and Centre. 


Branch, Oliver E., d.. 


Weare, 


2 


13 


10 Maple. 


Brewer, David 0., d.^ 


Kingston, 


4 


24 


Main. 



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419 



'n 



Brown, Edwin F., r., 
Brown, George H., r., 
Brown, John C., </., 
Brown, OlnevT., d., 
Buchanan, William, r., 
Burley, Joseph W., d., 
Burnham, Charles H., d., 
Burnham, James W., d., 
Butler, "Warren H., r., 

Calhoun, Isaac, r., 
Campbell, Arthur S., r., 
Campbell, Edward, d.. 
Carpenter, Mason A., r., 
Carr, Walter S., d.^ 
Casey, Daniel, d.. 
Chamberlain, Robert N ., r. 
Chase, Willard D., r., 
Cheney, Charles W., Jr., r. 
Cheney, Fred W., r., 
Cilley, John J,, r., 
Clark, Albert C, r., 
Clark, John M., d., 
Clough, John E., d., 
Coburn, Franklin W., 3v.^d. 
Coe, Rufus L., d., 
Cofran, George P., r., 
Collins, Charles S., r., 
Collins, John S., d., 
Conlon, John, d., 
Cook, Benjamin F., d., 
Corey, Charles N., d., 
Cox, Edwin, d., 
Crawford, John M., r., 
Crippen, Henry J., r., 
Cronin, Timothy F., d., 
Cummings, George W., r. 
Cummings, Isaac N., d., 



Moultonborough, 3 chair 77 School. 



Gil man ton, 


2 


26 


Elm House. 


VValpole, 


3 


55 


12 Sj^ring. 


Raymond, 


2 


4 


39 School. 


Antrim, 


1 


46 


3 State. 


Groton, 





44 


5 State. 


Jefferson, 


5 


48 


69 Warren. 


Durham , 


4 


18 


24 South. 


Chesterfield, 


4 


39 


Thomj^son and State 


Littleton, 


4 


34 


68 Centre. 


Manchester, 


4 


45 


28 Centre. 


Concord, 


4 


21 


Penacook. 


Surry, 


O 


14 


28 Green. 


Andover, 


3 


27 


Phenix Hotel. 


Portsmouth, 




47 


American House. 


, Berlin, 


5 


11 


41 School. 


Peterborough, 


3 


32 


57 N. State. 


., Manchester, 


4 


12 


Home. 


Newport, 


2 


2 


75 N. State. 


Deerfield, 


3 


11 


Eagle Hotel. 


Henniker, 


2 


53 


Mrs. F. S. Dodge's 


Lancaster, 


5 


14 


28 ^klills. 


Lyman, 


2 


52 


37 Centre. 


,, New Durham, 


n 
O 


54 


American House. 


Centre Harbor, 


5 


41 


20 N. Spring. 


Pembroke, 


1 


13 


Home. 


Nashua, 


1 


16 


Phenix Hotel. 


Gil sum, 


2 


59 


Phenix Hotel. 


Portsmouth, 


4 


28 


Phenix Hotel. 


Columbia, 


5 


45 


33 Green. 


Brookline, 


1 


10 


11 Green. 


Meredith, 


4 


86 


Amedcan House. 


Manchester, 


1 chair Phenix Hotel. 


Concord, 


3 


30 


191 N. Main. 


Portsmouth, 


2 


90 


American House. 


, Francestown, 


4 


4 


28 Green. 


Nashua, 


2 


28 


Home. 



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NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 



Dalton, Charles L., d., 
Daniels, Dearborn S., rt'., 
Darbe, James, r., 
Davis, John E., d.^ 
Davis, Pike, r., 
Davis, Richard C, d., 
Davis, Rufus M,, d., 
Dockham, Frank A., r., 
Dodge, Henry F., d.. 
Doe, George I., d., 
Dow, Perry H., r., 
Doyle, Jeremiah J., d., 
Driscoll, John, d., 
Driiry, Charles E., cZ., 
Dudley, Jason H., d., 
Dunlap, Charles H., r., 
Dmilap, Frank H., d., 

Eaton, Benjamin, d.^ 
Eaton, Jacob, r., 
Eaton, William D., ^., 
Edgerly, Frank G., r., 
Ellis, Charles J., r., 
Eldredge, Heman F., d., 
Emerson, Daniel H., ?•., 
Emerson, Francis A., r., 
Emmons, Gardner B., r., 
Evans, Pearson G., ^., 
Evans, William B., d.^ 

Farnum, Henry C, r., 
Farwell, Fred C, r., 
Faulkner, Francis C, r., 
Fay, Franklin H., r.. 
Fellows, Benjamin F., r., 
Fellows, William H., r., 
Fisher, Charles A., r., 
Fisk, Martin H., ^., 



Alexandria, 


2 


69 


Downing. 


Tilton, 


2 


87 


2 Montgomery. 


Danville, 


1 


22 


45 Green. 


Warren, 


4 


77 


18 West. 


Belmont, 


1 


35 


2 Montgomery. 


Conway, 


2 


61 


56 Main. 


Franklin, 


5 


47 


Maple. 


Manchester, 


2 


51 


8 Maple. 


Mont Vernon, 


4 


64 


5 N. State. 


Wilton, 


4 


26 


27 School. 


Manchester, 


3 


37 


Phenix Hotel. 


Nashua, 


5 


37 


Phenix Hotel. 


Keene, 


3 


43 


4 Hill's Ave. 


Easton, 


3 


15 


76 Rumford. 


Colebrook, 


5 


18 


59 N. State. 


Nashua, 


3 


21 


Phenix Hotel. 


Salisbury, 


1 


31 


24 South. 


Auburn, 


2 


77 


Maple and Union. 


South Hampton, 


2 


76 


10 N. Spring. 


Seabrook, 


2 


39 


13 Summer. 


Concord, 


3 


35 


49 South. 


Dublin, 


4 


82 


17 School. 


Portsmouth, 


2 


88 


Phenix Hotel. 


Hampstead, 


3 


31 


10 N. Spring. 


New Hampton, 


2 


64 


Colburn's. 


Concord, 


4 


32 


6 S. State. 


Gorham, 


5 


13 


Green and Centre 


Pittsfield, 


2 


24 


Home. 


Plainfield, 


2 


91 


13 Summer. 


Harrisville, 


3 


20 


60 N. Spring. 


Keene, 


2 


12 


Eagle Hotel. 


Keene, 


3 


28 


208 N. Main. 


Sandwich, 


3 


16 


77 School. 


Exeter, 


5 


27 


36 Centre. 


Claremont, 


2 


55 


13 Rumford. 


Temple, 


4 


70 


27 School. 



THE GENERAL COURT. 



421 



Flanders, Benjamin G., r., Plaistow, 
Flanders, Benjamin M., d.^ Rochester, 
Fletcher, George M., ?-., Concord, 
Flynn, Patrick, d., Manchester, 

Folsom, William T., d.^ Newmarket, 
Freeman, George F., r., Manchester, 

Gale, Daniel C, d.^ 
Garvin, James AV., d., 
Gay, John E., r., 
George, Enos, ^., 
Gillis, John T., d., 
Gilman, Gideon, r., 
Goodell, John, r., 
Goodhue, George W., r., 
Goodnow, Walter L., r., 
Gordon, Francis A., r., 
Gould, Alfred J., r., 
Gould, Marcellus, r., 
Gove, Henry, d.^ 
Graves, Eli E., r., 
Greene, Herman W., r., 
Greenough, Edward N., cf., 

Hadley, Charles J., d., 
Hale, Edward E., ?\, 
Haley, George B., ?-., 
Hall ,'^ Charles E.,r., 
Hall, Charles S., r., 
Hall, Clark B., cZ., 
Hamblett, Orren A., 7\, 
Harrison, Peleg D., r., 
Hartigan, Patrick, d., 
Healey, George C., r.. 
Heath, Isaac L., r.. 
Hills, James E., v., 
Hodgdon, George E., cZ., 
Hodgdon, George O., d., 
Holmes, Daniel G., r., 



1 9 38 Centre. 

4 83 75 State. 

4 3 16 Essex. 

1 18 Elm House. 

2 60 Phenix Hotel. 
1 48 8 Maple. 



Effingham, 


4 


31 


58 Green. 


Wakefield, 


4 


80 


69 School. 


Concord, 


3 


34 


Home. 


Barnstead, 


2 


37 


2 Montgomery. 


Manchester, 


1 


15 


Elm House. 


Wolfeborough, 


2 


44 


93 N. State. 


Hillsborough, 


4 


17 


57 N. State. 


Hancock, 


2 


5 


90 School. 


Jaftrey, 


2 


33 


17 School. 


Merrimack, 


3 


58 


93 N. State. 


Newj^ort, 


2 


62 


9 Hanover. 


Manchester, 


2 


1 


Home. 


Deering, 


2 


22 


American House. 


Boscawen, 


4 


71 


Home. 


Hopkinton, 


4 


5 


Phenix Hotel. 


Atkinson, 


4 


46 


38 Centre. 


W care. 


2 


14 


10 Maple. 


Hinsdale, 


3 


53 


63 School. 


Barrington, 


2 


27 


32 Thorndike. 


Greenville, 


5 


25 


13 Montgomery. 


Epsom , 


4 


78 


State and Pleasant, 


Chester, 


4 


54 


18 Maple. 


Mason, 


1 


17 


8 Montgomery. 


Manchester, 


3 


32 


Phenix Hotel. 


Rochester, 


4 


11 


44 Laurel. 


Hampton Falls, 


4 


61 


Phenix Hotel. 


Manchester, 


5 


4 


Dr. H. M. French's. 


Hollis, 


2 


23 


15 Centre. 


Portsmouth, 


1 


4 


26 Centre, 


NcAvmarket, 


5 


29 


56 Green. 


AVebster, 


4 


36 


State & Montgomery 



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NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 



Holmes, William F., r., 
Holt, Hermon, 7\, 
Howard, Albert M., r., 
Hoyt, Elihu B., rf., 
Huntington, Newton S., r., 
Hussey, Timothy, r., 
Hutchinson, Hiram, d., 

Ilsley, George L., r., 

Jackman, Charles B., r., 
Jacobs, Frederick S., r., 
James, Orrin F., d., 
Johnson, John H., r., 
Judkins, Jeremiah K., d., 

Kendrick, Frank B., ?\, 
Keniston, William H., d., 
Killoren, Andrew, d.^ 
Kiniry, William H., d._, 
Knight, William F., r.. 

Lamprey, David J., d.^ 
Lamprey, George W., r., 
Lane, Horace M., r.. 
Lane, Joseph H., r., 
Lantry, Richard A., r., 
Larabee, George H., r., 
Laughlin, Peter, d., 
Learn ard, Arthur T., r., 
Leavitt, George A., n, 
Lefebvre, Alphonse, d.^ 
Leighton, Joel E., d.. 
Little, Henry F. W., r., 
Littlefield, George, d., 
Lord, Samuel D., r., 



Nottingham, 


3 


41 


15 Maple. 


Claremont, 


4 


chair Eagle Hotel. 


Winchester, 


2 


25 


29 Warren. • 


Sandown, 


1 


45 


13 Summer. 


Hanover, 


3 


chair Colburn's. 


Dover, 


2 


4 


American House. 


Chichester, 


3 


19 


John Fagan's. 


Exeter, 


5 


26 


Eagle Hotel. 


Nashua, 


2 


48 


Home. 


Nashua, 


3 


42 


Home. 


Thornton, 


3 


21 


Elm House. 


Springfield, 


1 


30 


M. H. Johnson's 


Franklin, 


1 


28 


Maple. 


Lebanon, 


4 


38 


Phenix Hotel. 


Rumney, 


3 


17 


5 State. 


Dover, 


3 


25 


Phenix Hotel. 


Walpole, 


1 


21 


4 Hill's Avenue. 


Laconia, 


2 


34 


Phenix Hotel. 


North Hampton, 


4 


30 


7 Union. 


Orford, 


2 


16 


35 Fayette. 


Hampton, 


1 


12 


29 Warren. 


Concord, 


4 


35 


7 Laurel. 


Hooksett, 


4 


42 


Eagle Hotel. 


Pembroke, 


2 


43 


Eagle Hotel. 


Dover, 


3 


39 


American House 


Derry, 


4 


66 


67 School. 


Sanbornton, 


1 


41 


88 Washington. 


Nashua, 


1 


26 


Phenix Hotel. 


Randolph, 


5 


38 


7 Green. 


Manchester, 


1 


47 


Home. 


Danbury, 


4 


60 


54 Washington, 


Manchester, 


1 


25 


Phenix Hotel. 



Manning, Israel B., r., Wolfeborough, 
Marcotte, William, d.^ Somersworth, 

Marsh, Joseph E.F., Jr., r., New Ipswich, 



3 13 5 N. State. 
3 59 Phenix Hotel. 
2 46 16 Montgomery. 



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423 



Marston, Gilman, r., 
Martin, John E., d., 
Martin, John L., ?\, 
Mason, Thomas B., r., 
McCollester, Sullivan H. , r. 
McLitosh,Ebenezer W., ?'., 
McKellips, George W., r., 
Milliken, Leander, d.. 
Miner, Austin W., r.. 
Moor, George M., d., 
Morrill, Charles A., r., 
Morrill, David A., d., 
Morse, David M., d., 
Muchmore, Alonzo D,, r., 

Neal, Hiram R., r., 
Neale, Austin J., r., 
Neallej, John H., r., 
Newman, Frank P., d.^ 
Newton, Charles A., d., 
Norris, Joseph S., d., 
Noyes, James C, d.. 
Nutter, George W,, d., 

O'Connell, Daniel, d.,, 
O'Connor, Denis F., d., 
O'Malley, Patrick H., d., 
O'Neil, James, d., 
Owen, Alanson, rf., 

Packer, William H., d., 
Page, Samuel B., d., 
Page, Willie F.,r., 
Palmer, Henry H., r., 
Parker, Charles S., r., 
Parker, Osman, d.. 
Parsons, John, Jr., d.. 
Parsons, Orlow E., d.. 
Pepper, William H., r., 



Exeter, 


4 


1 


Eagle Hotel. 


Grafton, 


2 


38 


13 Fayette. 


Fremont, 


1 


33 


66 School. 


Tamworth, 


3 


2 


82 N. Spring. 


, Marlborough, 


2 


42 


85 N. State. 


Peterborough, 


2 


36 


S. Spring. 


Northumberland , 


5 


24 


48 Scliool. 


Freedom, 


2 


72 


58 Green. 


Whitelield, 


5 


15 


American House. 


Pittsfield, 


4 


47 


American House 


Hopkinton, 


4 


73 


34 N. Spring. 


Concord, 


2 


15 


Home. 


Bradford, 


2 


57 


54 Washington. 


Camp ton. 


3 


44 


43 Warren. 


Ac worth. 


2 


83 


3 Union. 


S. Newmarket, 


2 


86 


oQ Green. 


Dover, 


3 


50 


Eagle Hotel. 


Washington, 


2 


30 


57 N. Main. 


Unity, 


3 


48 


9 Hanover. 


Rochester, 


1 


36 


75 N. State. 


Bath, 


4 


53 


33 Green. 


Manchester, 


3 


1 


Home. 


Nashua, 


3 


3 


Home. 


Manchester, 


1 


2 


Phenix Hotel. 


Manchester, 


4 


43 


Elm House. 


Nashua, 


4 


79 


Phenix Hotel. 


Stewartstown, 


5 


46 


33 Green. 


Greenland, 


2 


3 


5 Park. 


Haverhill, 


2 


chair Phenix Hotel. 


Dunbarton, 


4 


19 


2 Montgomery. 


Piermont, 


5 


21 


35 Fayette. 


Goffstown, 


4 


63 


Home. 


Franconia, 


3 


4 


41 Green. 


Somersworth, 


2 


67 


American House. 


Swanzey, 


3 


57 


S. State. 


Gilford, 


4 


51 


Eagle Hotel. 



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Perkins, Chase B., d., 


Jackson, 


4 


56 


American House. 


Perley, Joseph F., d., 


Enfield, 


3 


26 


Eagle Hotel. 


Perry, Jason S., r.. 


Rindge, 


1 


38 


17 School. 


Phipps, James S., r., 


Milan, 


5 


42 


27 Thorndike. 


Pickering, Nehemiah, d., 


Newington, 


4 


40 


13 Summer. 


Pike, John Q., d., 


Epping, 


3 


18 


39 School. 


Pike, William T., d., 


Stark, 


5 


33 


58 School. 


Pillsbury, William C, d., 


Wentworth, 


5 


19 


16 Washington. 


Pitman, Walter, d., 


Bartlett, 


4 


13 


Eagle Hotel. 


Pittsinger, Edward, r., 


Keene, 


2 


11 


62 Warren. 


Plummer, Daniel E., d.. 


Lee, 


4 


84 


24 South. 


Potter, Frank B., r., 


Manchester, 


4 


76 


8 Maple. 


Pratt, Leonard B.,r., 


Lisbon, 


5 


31 


45 School. 


Prescott, George W., r., 


Manchester, 


5 


9 


Phenix Hotel. 


Quimby, Seth, d., 


Bow, 


4 


52 


Hooksett. 


Qiiimby, William K,, r., 


Whitefield, 


5 


35 


American House. 


Rand, Charles H., d., 


Rye, 


4 


62 


13 Summer. 


Randall, Oliver V., d., 


Newcastle, 


3 


33 


33 Green. 


Reed, William J., r.. 


Westmoreland, 


1 


20 


97 N. State. 


Reynolds, Hiram S., r., 


Windham, 


2 


92 


13 Summer. 


Rines, John W., 7\, 


Dover, 


1 


40 


State Prison. 


Ritchie, Thomas, d., 


Somers worth. 


1 


27 


45 Centre. 


Roberts, Andrew K., d, 


Tuf tonborough , 


1 


29 


33 S. Spring. 


Robie, Charles H., r., 


Manchester, 


4 


50 


American House. 


Robie, James, d., 


Plymouth, 


5 


12 


41 Green. 


Robie, Samuel P., r., 


Londonderry, 


4 


49 


18 Maple. 


Robitaille, Francois X., r. 


, Manchester, 


2 


79 


Miss F. Laroque's. 


Rollins, Amos L., r.. 


Alton, 


4 


44 


Warren and Sirring. 


Rowe, George R., r., 


Brentwood, 


2 


85 


14 Favette. 


Rowell, Elbridge B., d., 


Newton, 


4 


37 


Elm House. 


Rowell, James H., r., 


Concord, 


4 


33 


45 School. 


Russell, George M., d., 


Windsor, 


2 


75 


13 Summer. 


Russell, Howell C, d., 


Portsmouth, 


4 


58 


Phenix Hotel, 



Sabine, William C, r., LemjDster, 
Sanborn, E. B. S., d., Franklin, 

Sanborn, Joseph T., d., Loudon, 



2 78 13 Summer. 
6 1 Phenix Hotel. 
1 34 2 Montgomery. 



THE GENERAL COURT. 



425 



Sanders, George A., r., 
Sargent, JohnV-, d., 
Sargent, Marcus M., d., 
Sargent, Ransom F., r., 
Sawyer, James, d., 
Scammon, Frank H., d., 
Seavey, Charles H., d., 
Seavey, Samuel A., ?'., 
Shaw, Frank B., r., 
Smith, Albert W., r.. 
Smith, Converse J., r., 
Smith, Daniel G., r., 
Smith, Edward M., r., 
Smith, George S., r., 
Smith, Joseph F., ?*., 
Smith, Matthew, d., 
Smith, Samuel B., r.. 
Smith, Stephen D., r., 
Smyth, David M., r., 
Spalding, Charles W., r., 
Stearns, Dwight W., r., 
Steele, Thomas M., ?\, 
Stevens, Horace St. Clair, d. 
Stickney, Everett, ?*., 
Stockwell, George W., ?*., 
Stoddard, Henry K., d., 
Story, George W., d.. 
Straw, Alonzo, d., 
Stuart, Adriel H., </., 
Sulloway, Cyrus A., v., 

Tarleton, Amos, d., 
Taylor, Frederick, d., 
Thompson, Chas. E.,Jr., r. 
Torr, Charles W., r., 
Treadwell, Samuel P., d., 
True, Reuben C, r., 
Turner, Thomas B., d., 
Tyler, John, r., 



Laconia, 


2 


32 


Eagle Hotel. 


Sunapee, 


2 


49 


68 Centre. 


Holderness, 


5 


36 


20 N. Spring. 


New London, 


1 


43 


45 Pleasant. 


Greenfield, 


4 


69 


90 School. 


Stratham, 


2 


73 


Blake. 


Rochester, 


2 


82 


75 Centre. 


Somers worth. 


2 


38 


Eagle Hotel. 


Hill, 


1 


43 


Wentworth Ave. 


Milford, 


2 


29 


77 N. State. 


Concord, 


3 


5 


55 Pleasant. 


New Boston, 


3 


45 


10 Blake. 


Alstead, 


2 


71 


97 N. State. 


Charlestown, 


1 


19 


School and Green 


Meredith, 


4 


23 


Eagle Hotel. 


Lancaster, 


5 


22 


2 Ferry. 


Laconia, 


2 


50 


Eagle Hotel. 


Hanover, 


5 


10 


14 Maple. 


North wood. 


5 


23 


Eagle Hotel. 


Hudson, 


2 


47 


38 Centre. 


Hinsdale, 


3 


49 


63 School. 


Dover, 


1 


23 


75 Centre. 


, Bennington, 


8 


36 


15 Maple. 


Milford, 


2 


17 


77 N. State. 


Croydon, 


3 


13 


School. 


Portsmouth, 


3 


61 


American House. 


Canaan, 


5 


43 


45 Pleasant. 


Farmington, 


2 


60 


68 Washington. 


Eaton, 


1 


14 


3 Union. 


Manchester, 


5 


chair Phenix Hotel. 


Haverhill, 


5 


20 


194 N. Main. 


Nelson, 


4 


27 


13 Summer. 


Concord, 


9 


18 


33 West. 


Dover, 


3 


55 


American House. 


Portsmouth, 


2 


41 


13 Summer. 


Lebanon, 


5 


34 


5 State. 


Candia, 


4 


67 


51 Green. 


Claremont, 


2 


56 


Eagle Hotel. 



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Upton, Hiram D., r., 

Varney, George E., r., 

Waldo, John, r., 
"Waldron, Charles W., r., 
Walker, Chester, d., 
Wardwell, Granville, r., 
Warner, Edward P., r., 
Watkins, Alonzo J., d., 
Webster, Ignatius T., r., 
Webster, John F., r., 
Weeks, Frederick P., d., 
Weeks, James M., r., 
Weeks, William H., r., 
Welch, John T., r., 
Welch, Samuel, d., 
Wellman, Albert E., r., 
Wheeler, Gilman A., r., 
Whipple, Gilman C, ?'., 
Whipple, John M., r., 
Whittemore, Henry M., r. 
Willey, Cyrus D., d., 



Manchester, 

Dover, 

Korthfield, 

Strafford, 

Grantham, 

Winchester, 

Ashland, 

Marlow, 

Manchester, 

Concord, 

Woodstock, 

Chatham, 

Gilford, 

Dover, 

Somers worth, 

Cornish, 

Derry, 

Lebanon, 

Claremont, 

Troy, 

Middleton, 

Pelham, 



Woodburj^ Frank M., d., 
Woodbury, Milton G., ^., Salem, 
Woodbury, Oliver G., d., Salem, 
Woodward, Bradley, B., d., Conway, 
Woodward, Jacob A., r., Lyndeborough, 
Wright, Charles, 2d.,r., Keene, 



Yeaton, George H., r., 
York, Carl E., r.. 



Rollinsford, 
Manchester, 



Speaker, Phenix Hotel. 



3 56 Eagle Hotel. 



1 3 10 Monroe. 
3 38 6 Orchard. 
3 46 13 Summer. 

2 21 A. S. Hammond's. 
5 32 52 State. 

3 54 13 Fayette. 

2 19 71 Warren. 

5 2 6 Cambridge. 

5 39 38 Merrimack. 

3 51 52>^ Main. 
2 54 Elm House. 

2 70 Phenix Hotel. 

2 45 Phenix Hotel. 

1 1 13 Rumford. 

3 60 13 Blake. 

5 28 79 N. State. 

2 34 Eagle Hotel. 

1 11 13 Summer. 

4 22 19 Montgomery. 
4 29 Green and Park. 

3 62 3 Union. 

2 40 30 Union. 

4 85 b2}4 Main. 

2 84 8 Montgomery. 
4 25 208 N. Main. 

3 29 69 N. Spring. 
3 12 Phenix Hotel. 



JOINT RULES 



OF THE 



SENATE AND HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. 



1. When a convention of the two houses is to be formed, whether 
by a requirement of the Constitution, or by a vote or resolve of the 
two houses, a message shall be sent from the House of Representa- 
tives to the Senate, giving notice when the House will meet the Senate 
in convention. As soon thereafter as the convenience of the Senate 
will permit, they will attend in the House. The speaker of the 
House shall be chairman of the convention, and shall state the reasons 
for forming the convention. When the House and Senate are thus 
formed in convention, the rules adopted as the rules of the House 
shall be considered the rules of the convention, so far as they may be 
deemed applicable, and the convention shall accordingly be governed 
thereby. 

2. Messages shall be sent by such person or persons as each house 
may deem to be proper. • 

3. Messages from either house shall be received by the other at all 
times, except when engaged in putting a question, in calling the yeas 
and nays, in counting the ballots, or in reading the journal. 

4. When a message shall be sent from either house to the other, it 
shall be announced at the door of the house to which it may be sent, 
by the door-keeper. 

5. While bills are on their passage between the two houses, they 
shall be under the signature of the clerk of each house respectively. 

6. There shall be a committee for the purpose of engrossing bills, 
consisting of two members of each house. All bills that pass both 
houses shall be delivered to said committee, be by them engrossed, 
carefully examined, and reported to the respective houses ; and shall 



428 NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 

be signed, first by the speaker of the House of Representatives, and 
then by the president of the Senate. 

7. There shall be a committee, to consist of three members of the 
House and one of the Senate, on each of the following subjects, to 
wit : On all matters relative to the state library, and on all matters 
relative to the state house and state-house yard. 

8. Every bill or joint resolution, repealing or modifying any act or 
statute, shall refer to the same by the chapter, title, and section of 
the General Laws, if contained therein, otherwise by its title and the 
session of the Legislature when the same was passed, and shall also 
be expressed in words clearly, so that it shall not be necessary to re- 
fer to any other act or statute to ascertain the meaning thereof ; and 
it shall be the duty of the presiding officer of each branch of the Leg- 
islature to require all such bills and resolutions to be made in con- 
formity therewith, before putting any vote thereon, except to commit 
or amend. 

9. When a bill or resolve which shall have passed in one house is 
rejected in the other, notice thereof shall be given to the house in 
which the same shall have passed. 

10. Each house shall transmit to the other all papers on which any 
bill or resolve may be founded. 

11. Each house shall transmit to the other all bills which have 
passed their several stages in the house in which they originated, at 
least twenty-four hours before the time fixed for adjournment. 

12. After each house shall have adhered to their disagreement, a 
bill or resolve shall be considered lost. 

13. No bill, joint resolution, claim outstanding on the first day of 
the session, or petition relating to new business shall be received in 
either branch of the Legislature after the fifth week of the session, 
unless reported from a committee; provided, that this rule may be 
suspended in either house whenever two thirds of the whole number 
of members shall actually vote in favor thereof, and not otherwise. 



INDEX TO JOINT RULES OF THE TWO BRA^■CHES. 

[Figures refer to numbers of Rules.] 



AMENDMENT : 

of bills and resolutions, vote on, 8. 

BILLS : 

while on passage, to be under clerks' signatures, 5. 

engrossing, regulated, 6. 

repealing, etc., act or statute, shall refer to the same, 8. 

passed in one body and rejected in the other, notice to be given, 9. 

papers on which founded, to be transmitted, 10. 

passed, transmitted when, 11. 

in case of disagreement, considered lost, when, 12. 

what, not to be received after fifth week, unless, 13. 

CLERKS : 

papers, on passage, to be under signature of, 5. 

COMMITTEES : 

for purpose of engrossing bills, 6. 

on state library and state house and yard, 7. 

reporting bill after fifth week, 13. 
Committing bills and resolutions, vote on, 8. 
Constitution, requirement of the, convention by, 1. 

CONVENTION OF BOTH BRANCHES : 
speaker shall preside, 1. 
shall be held in the House, 1. 
governed by rules of the House, 1. 

Engrossed bills, committee on, duties, 6. 

by whom, and in what oi'der signed, 6. 

Limit of time for transmitting bills which have passed the body originating, 

to the other, 11. 
for reception of bills, petitions on, new business, etc., 13. 

Members, committees of three, from each body, 7. 
Messages, by whom sent, 2. 

when received, 3. 

how announced, 4. 
NOTICE : 

of rejection shall be given to the body where passed, 9. 

PAPERS : 

on which bill or resolve is founded, to be transmitted, 10. 
PETITIONS : 

relating to new business, not to be received after fifth week, unless, 13. 

RESOLVES: {See also Bills.) 

rule on, suspended by two thirds vote, 13. 



RULES OF THE SENATE. 



1. The president having taken the chair, and a quorum being pres- 
ent, the journal of the preceding day shall be read, and any errone- 
ous entry shall be corrected. 

2. No member shall hold conversation with another during the 
reading of the journal, or while a member is speaking in debate. 

3. Every member, rising to speak, shall address the president, and 
when he has finished shall sit down. 

4. No member shall speak more than twice on the same question, 
on the same day, without leave of the Senate. 

5. More than one member rising to speak at the same time, the 
president shall decide who shall speak first. 

6. If any member transgress the rules of the Senate, the president 
shall, or any member may, call him to order ; — in which case the 
member so called to order shall sit down, and the Senate, if appealed 
to, shall decide in the case ; but if there be no appeal, the decision 
of the president shall be conclusive. 

7. No member shall absent himself without permission from the 
Senate. 

8 . A motion shall be seconded before it is debated, and if required 
by the president or any member, it shall be reduced to writing. 

9. When a question is under debate, no motion shall be received 
but to adjourn, to postpone indefinitely, to lay on the table, to postpone 
to a certain day, to commit, or to amend, which several motions shall 
take precedence in the order in which they are arranged. And no 
motion to postpone indefinitely, to postpone to a certain day, or to 
commit, being decided, shall be in order at the same stage of the bill 
or proposition until after an adjournment. 

10. If the question under debate will admit of division, any mem- 
ber may have it divided ; and in filling blanks, the longest time and 
the largest sum shall be put first. 

11. When the reading of a paper is called for, and the same is ob- 



RULES OF THE SENATE. 431 

jected to, it shall be decided by a vote of the Senate, and T^ithout 
debate. 

12. When the yeas and nays are required, each member shall de- 
clare his assent or dissent to the question, unless, for special reasons, 
he be excused by the Senate. 

13. When a motion is made to shut the doors of the Senate, on 
the discussion of any business which in the opinion of any member 
may require secrecy, the president shall desire the gallery to be closed ; 
and the doors shall remain closed until the subject is disposed of. 

14. After a motion has been decided, it shall be in order for anv 
member who voted with the majority, or, if the Senate be equally di- 
vided, any member voting on the side prevailing, to move for a recon- 
sideration thereof, unless the bill, resolution, report, amendment, or 
motion on which the vote was taken, has gone from the possession of 
the Senate ; but no motion to reconsider shall be in order unless made 
the same day on which the vote was taken, or the next day after that 
on which the vote was taken, on which the Senate shall be in session ; 
but no vote shall be reconsidered when a less number of members 
is present than when it passed. 

15. Before any petition or memorial addressed to the Senate shall 
be received and read, a brief statement of the contents thereof shall 
be made by the member introducing the same. 

16. Any member, on giving notice of asking leave to bring in a 
bill, shall state the nature of the bill he proposes to introduce, and at 
least one day's notice shall be given before a motion for leave shall be 
in order. 

17. Every bill shall be read three times before its passage, and the 
president shall give notice at each time whether it be the first, second, 
or third reading ; and no bill, after it has been read a second time, 
shall have a third reading before an adjournment. 

18. All resolutions which may require the signature of the Gov- 
ernor shall be treated in the same manner as bills. 

19. When a bill shall have been read a first time, and ordered to a 
second reading, it shall be immediately read a second time by its title, 
and by the president referred to the appropriate standing committee, 
unless otherwise ordered by the Senate. 

20. All bills introduced in the Senate, to repeal or modify an exist- 
ing statute, shall refer to the act proposed to be repealed or modified 
by the title and the session at which it was passed ; and no bill shall 



432 NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 

refer to any statutes by the number of the chapter of the pamphlet 
laws. 

21. The Senate may resolve itself into a committee of the whole at 
any time, on motion made for that purpose ; and in forming a com- 
mittee of the whole, the president shall leave the chair, and appoint a 
chairman to preside in committee. The president may at any time 
name any member to perform the duties of the chair ; but such sub- 
stitution shall not extend beyond an adjournment. 

22. The last question, upon the second reading of a bill or resolu- 
tion, shall always be, Shall it be read a third time? — and no amend- 
ment shall be received or discussed on the third reading of any bill 
or resolution unless by consent of sixteen members present, but it 
shall at all times be in order, before the final passage of a bill or res- 
olution, to move its commitment; and should such commitment take 
place, and an amendment be reported, the bill or resolution shall 
again be read a second time, and considered as in committee of the 
whole. 

23. The titles of bills, and such parts thereof as may be affected 
by proposed amendments, shall be entered on the journals. 

24. All bills, resolutions, and addresses, after passing the Senate, 
shall be signed by the president ; and all warrants and other processes 
issued by order of the Senate shall be under his hand and seal, at- 
tested by the clerk. 

25. The following standing committees, to consist of five members 
each, shall be appointed at the commencement of any session, with 
leave to report by bill or otherwise : A Committee on the Judiciary ; 
a Committee on Incorporations; a Committee on Labor; a Commit- 
tee on Military Affairs ; a Committee on Roads, Bridges, and Canals ; 
a Committee on Claims ; a Committee on Railroads; a Committee on 
Banks ; a Committee on Agriculture ; a Committee on Manufactures ; 
a Committee on Elections ; a Committee on Education ; a Committee 
on Finance ; a Committee on State Prison and Industrial School ; a 
Committee on Asylum for the Insane ; a Committee on Revision of 
the Laws ; and a Committee on Towns. 

26. All committees shall be appointed by the president, unless a 
member request that the appointment shall be by ballot, in which 
case it shall be so done. 

27. When the Senate shall concur with the House of Representa- 
tives in the appointment of a joint committee, consisting of not more 



RULES OF THE SEXATE. 433 

than five members of the House, two members shall be added on the 
part of the Senate ; but when more than five, three members of the 
Senate shall be added. 

28. Messages shall be sent to the House of Representatives by the 
clerk of the Senate- 

29. Messages from the Governor or House of Representatives may- 
be received at all times, except when the Senate is engaged in putting 
the question, in calling the yeas and nays, in counting the ballots, or 
in reading the journal. 

30. All questions shall be put by the president, and each member 
of the Senate shall signify his assent or dissent by answering yea or 
nay. If the president doubts, or a division is called for, the Senate 
shall divide. Those in the affirmative of the question shall first rise 
from their seats and stand till they be counted, and afterwards those 
in the negative shall rise and stand till they be counted. The presi- 
dent shall then rise and state the decision of the Senate. 

31. Xo person, except the members of the executive, or members 
of the House of Representatives and its officers, shall be admitted 
within the bar of the Senate, except by invitation of the president, 
or some member with his consent. 

32. The Senate shall adjourn to meet at ten o'clock in the morning 
and three o'clock in the afternoon of each day, unless the Senate shall 
otherwise order. 

33. Motions to adjourn shall be decided without debate. 

34. Xo standing rule of the Senate shall be suspended unless two 
thirds of the members present vote in favor thereof, and no rule shall 
be rescinded unless one day's notice of the motion has been given and 
two thirds of those present vote therefor. 

35. Every bill and joint resolution, except private acts, originating in 
the Senate, which has been favorably reported upon by the committee 
having it in charge, shall be declared by the president laid upon the 
table, and the clerk directed to procure a sufficient number of printed 
copies thereof for the use of the Senate ; and that when said bills and 
joint resolutions are printed and distributed, the clerk shall cause a 
copy of the same to be laid on the president's table, and they shall be 
taken up in their order without motion, and disposed of in the same 
manner as they would have been had they not been declared laid on 
the table. And every bill or joint resolution so introduced shall be 
headed Senate Bill, or Joint Resolution, as the case may be. 

28 



INDEX TO THE RULES OF THE SENATE. 

[Figures refer to numbers of Rules.] 



Adjourn, motions to, 9, 33. 

Adjournment, motion to postpone, etc., not in order until after, 9, 

no bill to have tliird reading before, 17. 

substitution not to extend beyond, 21. 

morning and afternoon, 32. 
Admission within the bar, 31. 
Amend, motion to, 9. 
Amendment, vote on, 14. 

received, discussed, reported, 22. 
affecting bills, 23. 
Appeals from president's decision, 6. 

Ballot, committees appointed by, 26. 
Ballots, counting the, 29. 

BILLS AND RESOLVES: 

passage of, stages, 9. 

gone from possession, 14. 

bringing in, nature to be stated, 16. 

readings of, before passage, 17, 22. 

treated alike, if Governor's signature required, 18. 

referred to appropriate committees, 19. 

repealing, etc., shall refer to act by title and session, 20. 

titles to be entered on the journals, 23. 

after passing, to be signed by president, 24. 

standing committees with leave to report by, 25, 

originating in Senate, favorably reported upon, to be printed, 35. 

svich, printed and distributed, to be taken up and disposed of, 35. 

such, to be headed Senate Bill or Joint Resolution, 35. 

CLERK : 

attestation of the, 24. 

to send messages to the House, 28. 

to have bills printed, and copies laid on president's table, 35. 

Commit, motion to, 9, 22. 

COMMITTEES : 

Standing, 19, 25, 35. 
appointment, 26, 27. 
of the whole, 21. 



INDEX TO THE RULES OF THE SENATE. 435 

DEBATE, RULES OF : 

nieraber, standing, shall address president, 3. 

none to speak more than twice, etc., 4. 

more than one rising, president to decide which to speak first, 5. 

member transgressing rules, called to order, 6. 

motion shall he seconded before debated, 8. 

question being under debate, no motion received, except, 9. 

question admitting division, how divided, 10. 

reading of paper objected to, how decided, 11. 

yeas and nays, calling, 12, 29, 30. 

closing the doors, 13. 

reconsideration, 14. 

Journal, reading and correction, 1, 2, 29. 
entries on the, 23. 

MEMBERS : {See also Debate, Rules of.) 

not to converse during journal reading or debate, 2. 

not to be absent without leave, 7. 

introducing petitions, to state C(mtents, 15. 

introducing bills, to give previous notice, 16. 

number on committees, 25, 27. 

may invite persons within the bar, 31. 
Messages to the House, 28. 

from the Governor or House, 29. 
Motions, 8, 14, 33. 

PETITIONS : 

or memorials, how introduced, 15. 
Postpone, motion to, 9. 

PRESIDENT : 

to take chair, 1. 

to vacate chair in committee of the whole, 21. 

to name substitute ^jro tern., 21. 

to decide precedence in speaking, 5. 

to call to order, rules transgi'essed, 6. 

to give notice which reading of bill, 17. 

to refer bills to committees, 19. 

to appoint committees, 26. 

to decide in case of a division, 30. 

to declare certain bills tabled, 35. 

Reconsideration, 14. 
Rescinding of rules, 34. 
Rules transgressed, 6. 

rescinded and suspended, 34. 

Suspension of rules, 34. 

Table, laying on the, 9, 35. 

Yeas and nays, 12, 29, 30. 



RULES OF THE HOUSE, 



OF THE DUTY OF THE SPEAKER. 

1. The speaker shall take the chair at precisely the hour to which 
the House shall have adjourned, and shall immediately call the mem- 
bers to order. 

2. He shall preserve decorum and order, may speak on points of 
order in preference to other members, rising from his seat for that 
purpose, and shall decide questions of order, subject to an appeal to 
the House by any two members. 

3. Questions shall be distinctly put in this form, to wit, " As many 
as are of opinion that [as the case may be] say Aye " ; and after the 
affirmative vote is expressed, " Those of a contrary opinion say " No." 
If the speaker doubts, or a division is called for, the House shall di- 
vide. Those in the affirmative of the question shall first rise from 
their seats and stand till they be counted, and afterwards those in the 
negative shall rise and stand till they be counted. The speaker shall 
then rise and state the decision of the House. 

4. He shall rise to put a question, but may state it sitting. 

5. All committees shall be appointed by the speaker, unless other- 
wise directed by the House. 

6. The speaker shall designate to which of the standing committees 
all memorials, petitions, accounts, or other matters shall be referred, 
unless otherwise ordered by the House. 

7. The speaker shall not be called upon to vote unless the House 
be equally divided, or unless his vote, if given to the minority, will 
make the division equal ; and in case of such equal division the ques- 
tion shall be lost. 

8. All acts, addresses, and joint resolutions shall be signed by the 
speaker ; and all writs, warrants, or subpoenas, issued by order of the 
House, shall be under his hand and seal, attested by the clerk. 



■RULES OF THE HOUSE. 437 

9. In case of any disturbance or disorderly conduct in the galleries, 
the speaker, or chairman of the committee of the whole House, shall 
have the power to order the same to be cleared. 

10. No person but the members and officers of the House, members 
of the Council, and members of the Senate, the secretary of the State, 
treasurer, and clerks of the Senate, shall be admitted within the door 
of^the representatives' chamber, unless by invitation of the speaker, 
or some member of the House with the consent of the speaker, 
except, in public hearings, parties, their counsel and witnesses, under 
the direction of the speaker. 

11. The speaker shall have power to substitute any member to per- 
form the duties of the chair, such substitution not to extend beyond 
one legislative day. 

OF DECORUM AND DEBATE. 

12. AVhen any member is about to speak in debate, make a motion, 
or deliver any matter to the House, he shall rise from his seat and 
respectfully address himself to the speaker. 

13. If any member transgress the rules of the House, the speaker 
shall, or any member may, call him to order ; in which case the mem- 
ber so called to order shall immediately sit down, and the question of 
order shall then be distinctly stated from the chair ; and in all cases 
where a member shall be called to order for uttering disrespectful 
words, upon the request of any member the words objected to shall be 
reduced to writing by the member so calling to order ; after which 
the member so called to order may explain, and the question shall be 
open to debate, as in other cases, and decided by the speaker, whose 
decision shall be submitted to, unless an appeal be made to the House 
by a member, in which case the only question shall be, "Is the 
speaker's decision correct?" which shall be decided without debate. 
If the decision be in favor of the member called to order, he may pro- 
ceed ; if otherwise, and the case may require it, he shall be liable to 
the censure of the House. 

14. In all cases the member first rising shall speak first. When 
two members rise at the same time, the speaker shall name the person 
to speak. 

15. Ko member shall speak more than twice on the same question 



438 NEAV HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 

without leave of the House ; nor more than once, until every member 
choosing to speak shall have spoken. 

16. While the speaker is putting any question, or addressing the 
House, no one shall walk out of or across the house; nor in such case, 
or when a member is speaking, shall entertain private discourse; nor, 
while a member is speaking, shall pass between him and the chair; 
nor shall any member leave his seat while the yeas and nays are calling. 

17. No member shall vote on any question in the event of which 
he is directly interested ; or in any case where he was not present 
when the question was put ; nor sit upon any committee when he is 
directly interested in the question under consideration. In case of 
such interest of a member of a committee, the fact shall be reported 
to the House, and another person substituted on that question in his 
place. 

18. Every member who shall be in the House when a question is 
put shall give his vote, unless the House, for special reason, shall 
excuse him. 

19. No motion shall be debated until the same shall be seconded 
and stated from the chair ; and when a motion shall be made and sec- 
onded, it shall be reduced to writing, if desired by the speaker or any 
member, and delivered in at the table, and read by the speaker, before 
the same shall be debated. 

20. No petition shall be received by the House, unless it be pre- 
sented by a member thereof, and upon motion made for that purpose ; 
nor until the substance of said petition be concisely minuted, and the 
name of the member, and the town he represents, recorded upon the 
back thereof ; and it shall be the duty of the speaker, whenever any 
motion relative to a petition is to be stated to the House, to state, in 
the first place, the substance of the petition as minuted on the back 
thereof. 

21. After a motion is stated by the speaker, it shall be in possession 
of the House, but may be withdrawn at any time before an amend- 
ment. 

22. When any question is under debate, no motion shall be re- 
ceived, but, first, to adjourn ; second, to lay on the table ; third, for 
the previous question; fourth, to postpone indefinitely; fifth, to post- 
pone to a certain day ; sixth, to commit ; and, seventh, to amend ; 
which several motions shall have precedence in the order in which 



RULES OF THE HOUSE. 439 

they are arranged. Motions to adjourn, to lay on the table, and take 
from the table, shall be decided without debate. 

23. The speaker shall put the previous question in the following 
form : " Shall the main question he now put ? " and all debate upon 
the main question shall be suspended until the previous question has 
been decided. After the adoption of the previous question, the sense 
of the House shall forthwith be taken upon pending amendments, in 
their regular order, and then upon the main question. 

24. On the previous question no member shall speak more than 
once without leave ; and all incidental questions of order, arising 
after a motion for the previous question, shall be decided without de- 
bate, excepting on appeal, and on such appeal no member shall be 
allowed to speak more than once without leave of the House. 

25. If the previous question is decided in the negative, it shall not 
be again in order till after adjournment, but the main question shall 
be left before the House, and disposed of as though the previous 
question had not been put. 

26. When a question is postponed indefinitely, the same shall not 
be acted upon during the session, except by unanimous consent. 

27. Any member may call for a division of the question, when the 
sense will admit of it; and upon a motion to amend, a refusal to 
strike out words shall neither preclude amendment to such words, nor 
a motion to strike out and insert. 

28. A motion for commitment, until it is decided, shall preclude 
all amendment to the main question, and all motions and reports 
may be committed at the pleasure of the House. 

29. No new motion shall be admitted, under color of amendment, 
as a substitute for the motion under debate. 

30. No vote shall be reconsidered, unless the motion for reconsid- 
eration be made by a member who voted with the majority, nor un- 
less the notice of such motion be given on the same day on which 
the vote passed, or on the next day on which the House shall be in 
session, between the hours of ten and twelve o'clock. 

31. When the reading of a paper is called for and objected to by 
any member, it shall be determined by a vote of the House. 

32. Any member may excuse himself from serving on any com- 
mittee at the time of his appointment, if he is then a member of two 
other committees who have not reported. 



440 NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 

33. Each member shall seasonably and punctually attend to his 
duty in the House, and no one shall absent himself from the service 
of the House unless he have leave, or be sick and unable to attend. 

34. The speaker shall appoint a teller for each division of the 
House, whose duty it shall be to report to the chair the state of the 
vote, whenever a division of the House is called for. 

OF STANDING COMMITTEES. 

35. The following standing committees shall be appointed early in 
the June session: 

A Committee on Revising and Compiling the Laws of the State ; a 
Committee on National Affairs ; a Committee on Elections ; a Com- 
mittee on the Judiciary ; a Committee on Banks ; a Committee on 
the State Prison ; a Committee on Insurance ; a Committee on the 
State Agricultural College ; a Committee on Agriculture ; a Commit- 
tee on Manufactures ; a Committee on Finance ; a Committee on Re- 
trenchment and Reform; a Committee on Military Affairs ; a Com- 
mittee on Education ; a Committee on the State Normal School ; a 
Committee on Incorporations ; a Committee on Towns ; a Commit- 
tee on County Affairs ; a Committee on Labor ; a Committee on the 
Asylum for the Insane ; a Committee on Railroads ; a Committee on 
Roads, Bridges, and Canals ; a Committee on Unfinished Business ; 
a Committee on Mileage; a Committee on Fisheries and Game; a 
Committee on the Industrial School ; and a Committee on Claims, — 
to consist of twelve members each ; a Committee on Bills on their 
Second Reading ; a Committee on Printers' Accounts ; a Committee 
on Military Accounts, — to consist of nine members each ; a Commit- 
tee on Journal of the House, to consist of three members. 

It shall be the duty of the Committee on Revising and Compiling 
the Laws to consider all matters relating to those subjects, and rec- 
ommend such changes, modifications, and additions as may be desir- 
able ; also to consider all bills, resolutions, and reports of commit- 
tees relating to those subjects which may be referred to them, and 
report by bill or otherwise. 

It shall be the duty of the Committee on National Affairs to con- 
sider all matters of national concern, all matters referred to the State 
by the general government, and all matters pertaining to our federal 
relations, that may be referred to them by the House, and to report 
thereon. 



RULES OF THE HOUSE. 441 

It shall be the duty of the Committee on Elections to examine and 
report upon the certificates or other credentials of the election of the 
members returned to serve in this House, and to take into considera- 
tion all such petitions and other matters in relation to elections or re- 
turns as shall or may be presented, or come into question, and shall 
be referred to them bv the House. 

It shall be the duty of the Committee on the Judiciary to take into 
their consideration all matters in relation to the judiciary system of 
the State; to examine and report what laws have expired, or are near 
about expiring, and require to be revived or further continued, and 
report their opinion on all constitutional questions that may be re- 
ferred to them by the House. 

It shall be the duty of the Committee on Banks to consider all ap- 
plications for the incorporation of banks, and all subjects relating to 
such institutions, that may be referred to them by the House, and to 
report thereon. 

It shall be the duty of the Committee on the State Prison to take 
into consideration all matters in relation to the state prison, to ex- 
amine all reports and accounts that may be submitted by the warden, 
and make such report, either by bill or otherwise, as they think the 
interest of the State requires. 

It shall be the duty of the Committee on Insurance to consider all 
applications for the incorporation of insurance companies, and all 
subjects relating to insurance companies, domestic and foreign, and 
whether life, fire, marine, accidental, or of any other character, that 
may be referred to them by the House, and to report thereon. 

It shall be the duty of the Committee on the State Agricultural 
College to examine in relation to the rules and government of the 
New Hampshire College of Agriculture and the Mechanic Arts, and 
all matters connected therewith, and all such other matters as may be 
referred to them by the House, and to make such report thereon, 
either by bill or otherwise, as they think the interest of the State re- 
quires. 

It shall be the duty of the Committee on Agriculture to take into 
consideration all matters concerning the agricultural interests and 
public lands of the State, and the incorporation of agricultural so- 
cieties, that shall be referred to them by the House, and to report 
thereon. 



442 NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 

It shall be the dutv of the Committee on Manufactures to consider 
all matters concerning the manufacturing interests of the State, and 
all applications for incorporation for manufacturing purposes, which 
shall be referred to them by the House, and to report thereon. 

It shall be the duty of the Committee on Finance to examine and 
take into consideration the state of the treasury, to report what sum 
it may be necessary to raise as a state tax, and on every subject touch- 
ing the financial interests of the State that may be referred to them 
by the House. 

It shall be the duty of the Committee on Retrenchment and Reform 
to take into consideration the public expenditures, and all questions 
relating thereto ; and also to consider all questions relating to the 
subject of administrative reforms in the various departments of the 
state government, and report thereon. 

It shall be the duty of the Committee on Military Affairs to con- 
sider all applications for altering and amending laws regulating the 
militia of this State, and for the removal of military officers, and to 
report thereon. 

It shall be the duty of the Committee on Education to consider all 
subjects relative to the regulation of school districts and schools, and 
all matters concerning education, that may be referred to them by the 
House, and report thereon. 

It shall be the duty of the Committee on the State Normal School 
to examine in relation to the government of the State Normal School, 
and all matters connected therewith, and all such other matters as 
may be referred to them by the House, and to make such report 
thereon, either by bill or otherwise, as they think the interests of the 
State require. 

It shall be the duty of the Committee on Incorporations to consider 
and report on all applications for acts of incorporation, and all other 
matters which may come in question relative to bodies corporate, that 
may be referred to them by the House, excepting those relating to 
towns, parishes, turnpikes, railroads, canals, banks, agricultural so- 
cieties and factories. And upon every application for an act of incor- 
poration referred to them, they shall inquire whether the object of the 
applicants may not be conveniently obtained by voluntary incorpora- 
tion under the general laws of the State, and they shall report ac- 
cordingly. 



RULES OF THE HOUSE. 443 

It shall be the duty of the Committee on Towns to consider all ap- 
plications for the alteration of town lines, by the annexation of one 
portion of a town to another, and all applications for incorporation of 
towns, by division of towns or otherwise, that may be referred to them 
by the House, and to report thereon. 

It shall be the duty of the Committee on County Affairs to consider 
all applications for the alteration of county lines or the creation of 
new counties, the salaries of county officers, the settlement of paupers, 
and all other matters relating to county affairs that may be referred 
to them by the House, and report thereon. 

It shall be the duty of the Committee on Labor to consider all peti- 
tions relating to labor and wages, and all other matters relating 
thereto that may be referred to them by the House, and report 
thereon. 

It shall be the duty of the Committee on the Asylum for the In- 
sane to examine all accounts, particularly of those relating to the ex- 
penditure of moneys appropriated by the State ; to examine in rela- 
tion to the rules and government of the institution, and all matters 
of general interest connected therewith, and all such matters as shall 
be referred to them by the House, and to report thereon. 

It shall be the duty of the Committee on Railroads to consider all 
petitions for the incorporation of railroads ; for alterations, and all 
matters relative thereto, that may be referred to them by the House, 
and to report thereon. 

It shall be the duty of the Committee on Roads, Bridges, and Ca- 
nals to consider all applications for the incorporation of turnpikes, 
bridges, or canals, and for the alteration of tolls, and all matters 
relative thereto that may be referred to them by the House, and to 
report thereon. 

It shall be the duty of the Committee on Unfinished Business to 
examine and report, from the journals of the last session, all such 
matters as were then pending and undetermined. 

It shall be the duty of the Committee on Mileage to ascertain the 
distance traveled by each member of the House, computing the same 
by the nearest traveled highway, and report to the House, with the 
names of the several members and the distance traveled by each. 

It shall be the duty of the Committee on Fisheries and Game to 
consider all matters concerning the location, growth, cultivation, pro- 



444 NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 

tection, improvement, and preservation of fish and game within the 
State, and all matters relative thereto which may be referred to them 
by the House, and make such report thereon, either by bill or other- 
wise, as they think the interest of the State requires. 

It shall be the duty of the Committee on the Industrial School to 
examine in relation to the rules and government of the institution, 
and all matters of general interest connected therewith, and all such 
matters as may be i-eferred to them by the House, and make such re- 
port, either by bill or otherwise, as they think the interest of the 
State requires. 

It shall be the duty of the Committee on Bills on the Second Read- 
ing to take into consideration all bills on the second reading that may 
be committed, or otherwise, and to make such report thereon as they 
may think expedient. 

It shall be the duty of the Committee on Printers*' Accounts to ex- 
amine and adjust all accounts against the State for printing, and 
every subject relating to such accounts that may be referred to them 
by the House, and to report thereon. 

It shall be the duty of the Committee on Military Accounts to ex- 
amine, adjust, and report on all accounts relative to the militia that 
may be referred to them by the House. 

It shall be the duty of the Committee on Claims to audit, adjust, 
and report on all accounts and claims that may be presented for 
allowance, except accounts for printing, military accounts, and ac- 
counts for engrossing bills. 

It shall be the duty of the Committee on Journal of the House, 
from day to day, and before the commencement of the morning ses- 
sion, to examine the journal of the preceding day, and report to the 
House at once any imperfection they may observe; provided, how- 
ever, that the journal of the preceding day shall be read at the open- 
ing of any morning session whenever requested by any ten members. 

36. All other con'.mittees shall consist of three members, unless 
otherwise ordered. 

37. The standing committees shall attend at their respective com- 
mittee-rooms two hours before the meeting of the House in the morn- 
ing, and at such other times as the House shall order; and no com- 
mittee shall sit during the sitting of the House, unless when the 
speaker shall consider it necessary. 



RULES OF THE HOUSE. . 445 

38. The first named member of any committee appointed by the 
speaker of the House shall be chairman ; and in case of his absence, 
or being excused by the House, the next named member, and so on, 
as often as the case may happen, unless the committee, by a majority 
of the number, elect a chairman. And when any committee shall re- 
port otherwise than by bill, they shall, if the subject admit of it, 
subjoin to their report a resolution making sach disposition of the 
matter committed to them as to the committee shall seem expedient. 

39. Whenever it shall not be convenient for any standing commit- 
tee to attend promptly to all the business which may be properly re- 
ferred to it, the speaker may, on a vote of the House to that effect, 
appoint an additional committee on the same subject, to consist of 
the same number of members as the original committee, whose duty 
it shall be to take into consideration all matters in relation to that 
subject which shall be referred to them by the House, and to report 

thereon. 

ON BILLS. 

40. Every bill and joint resolution shall be introduced by motion 
for leave, or by an order of the House on the report of the committee ; 
and no bill or joint resolution shall be introduced by any member 
(except on the report of a committee) unless he shall have given at 
least one day's notice of intention, and of the object of the bill or 
joint resolution to be introduced. 

41. Every bill and resolution originally introduced into the House 
shall be expressed in words clearly, so that it shall not be necessary 
to refer to any other act or statute to ascertain the meaning thereof. 

42. Every bill shall have three several readings in the House previ- 
ous to its passage. The first reading shall be for information ; and 
thereupon, when the bill shall have been introduced by a committee, 
if not rejected or otherwise disposed of, a time shall be assigned for 
a second reading ; and upon the second reading, if not rejected or 
otherwise disposed of by the House, a time shall be assigned for a 
third reading. When a bill shall have been introduced by a member 
upon leave, or by message from the Senate, and read a first time, if 
it be not rejected or otherwise disposed of by the House, the ques- 
tion shall be, •' Shall the bill be read a second time?" And if ordered 
to a second reading, it shall immediately be read a second time by 
its title, and be by the speaker referred to the appropriate stand- 



446 NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL. 

ing committee, unless otherwise ordered by the House. No bill, after 
it has been read a second time, shall have a third reading until after 
an adjournment. The time assigned for the second and third read- 
ings of bills and resolutions shall be eleven o'clock in the forenooii 
and three o'clock. in the afternoon, unless otherwise ordered by the 
House. 

43. No amendment shall be made but upon the second reading of 
a bill or joint resolution ; and all resolutions shall be in writing, with 
the name of the member and the town he represents on the back 
thereof. The orders of the day for the reading of bills and joint 
resolutions shall hold for every succeeding day until disposed of. 

44. All bills, and all votes and resolutions that are necessary to be 
carried to the Senate for their concurrence, may be sent by the assist- 
ant clerk. 

45. Every bill shall be marked on the first page " House Bill," and 
every joint resolution shall be marked ** House Joint Resolution," 
and each bill and resolution shall be regularly numbered, beginning 
with No. 1, and continuing consecutively, as each bill or joint resolu- 
tion is introduced into the House. 

46. Every bill and joint resolution, except private acts, originating 
in the House, which has been favorably reported upon bj^ the com- 
mittee having it in charge, shall be declared by the speaker laid upon 
the table, and the clerk shall procure a sufficient number of printed 
copies thereof for the use of the House, and cause the same to be dis- 
tributed to the members ; and the clerk shall cause said bills and joint 
resolutions to be printed on paper of uniform size ; and when said bills 
and joint resolutions are so printed and distributed, the clerk shall 
after one day cause the same to be laid on the speaker's table, and 
they shall be taken up in their order, without motion, and disposed of 
in the same manner as they would have been had they not been de^ 
clared laid on the table. 

OF THE COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE HOUSE. 

47. The House may resolve itself into committee of the whole 
House at any time, on the motion of a member made for that pur- 
pose ; and in forming a committee of the whole House, the speaker 
shall leave the chair, and a chairman to preside in committee shall be 
appointed by the speaker. 



RULES OF THE HOUSE. 447 

48. Upon bills and resolutions committed to a committee of the 
whole House, the bill or resolution shall first be read throughout by 
the clerk, and then again read and debated by clauses, leaving the 
preamble of the bill to be last considered ; the body of the bill or 
resolution shall not be defaced or interlined, but all amendments, no- 
ting the page and line, shall be duly entered by the clerk on a sepa- 
rate paper, as the same shall be agreed to by the committee, and so 
reported to the House. After report, the bill or resolution shall again 
be subject to be debated and amended by clauses, before a question 
to pass it to a third reading be taken. 

49. The rules of proceeding in the House shall be observed in com- 
mittee of the whole House, so far as they may be applicable, except 
the rule limiting the time of speaking. 

50. No standing rule or order of the House shall be rescinded with- 
out one day's notice being given of the motion therefor ; nor sus- 
pended, unless by a vote therefor of two thirds of the members present 
to be ascertained by actual count, when any member shall request 
the same. 

ORDER OF BUSINESS OF THE DAY. 

51. The speaker shall call for petitions from members of the 
House. The petitions having been presented and disposed of, re- 
ports, first from the standing and then from the select committees, 
shall be called for and disposed of. And the above business shall be 
done in no other part of the day, except by permission of the House. 

52. The unfinished business in which the House was engaged at the 
last preceding adjournment, if called for by any member, shall have 
the preference over all other business except the general order of the 
day; and no motion, or any other business except the general order 
of the day, shall be received without special leave of the House, until 
the former is disposed of. 



INDEX TO THE RULES OF THE HOUSE. 

[Figures refer to numbers of Rules.] 



Adjourn, motion to, 22. 

Adjournment, question not in order till after, 25. 

third reading not to be had till after, 42. 
Admission within the door, 10. 
Amend, motion to, 22, 27. 

AMENDMENT : 

motion withdrawn at any time before aii, 21. 

pending,vote on, previous question put, 23. 

to main question, precluded when, 2S. 

no new motion under color of, 29. 

none but on second reading, 43. 

how entered by clerk, in committee, 48. 
Appeal from speaker's decision, 2, 13, 24. 

BILLS AND RESOLVES : 
how introduced. 40. 
shall be clearly expressed, 41. 
readings in the House, 42, 43. 
readings in committee, 48. 
amended only when, 43. 
carried to the Senate, 44. 
marked and numbered, 45. 
laid on table, printed, distributed, taken up and disposed of, 46. 

Clerk, 8, 46. 

assistant, 44. 

of committee, 48. 
Commit, motion to, 22, 28. 

COMMITTEES : 

appointed by speaker, unless, 5. 

reference to, 6, 42. 

members need not serve on, when, 17, 32. 

standing, 35-3S, 40, 46, 48, 51. 

additional, 39. 

select, 51. 

of the whole House, 9, 47-50. 

DEBATE, RULES OF: 

in general, 12-34. 

speaker may speak on points of order, 2. 



INDEX TO THE RULES OF THE HOUSE. 449 

DEBA.TE, RULES OF: 

decisions without debate, 13, 22, 24. 

debates in committee, 4S. 
Doubt as to vote, 3. 
Excused from voting, members, IS. 
Journal, 35. 

MEMBERS : 

two may call for appeal, 2. 

may invite persons Avithin the door, 10. 

to rise if about to speak, etc., 12. 

called lo order, 13. 

precedence in speaking, 14. 

number of times they may speak, 15, 24. 

decorum during debate, 16. 

not to vote or sit on committee when, 17, 32. 

to vote unless excused, IS. 

to present all petitions, 20, 51. 

may call for division, when, 27. 

who may move reconsideration, 30. 

member objecting to reading of paper, House to decide, 31. 

attendance, 33. 

number on committees, 35, 36. 

first-named member chairman of committee, 38. 

to give notice of intention on bills, 40. 

introducing bills by leave, 42. 

to write their names and towns on the back of resolutions, 43. 

printed bills and resolves distributed to, 46. 

one member may secure going into committee of the whole House, 47. 

one member may secure count of vote on suspending rule, 50. 
Motions (see Adjourn, Amend, Amendment, Debate, Order, Postpone, Strike out, etc. ). 

Order, speaker to preserve, 1, 2, 9, 13. 
of motions received, 22. 

ORDERS : 

of the day, 43, 46, 51, 52. 
of the House, 50. 

Petitions, 6, 20, 51. 
Postpone, motion to, 22. 

indefinitely, 26. 
Previous question, 23-30. 
Private acts, 46. 

Questions of order, 2, 13. 

Reading of papers, 31. 
Reconsideration, 30. 
Reports of committees, 40, 46, 48. 
Rescinding standing rule or order, 50. 
Rules, 18, 49. 50. 

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Senate, bills, etc. , carried to the, 44. 

SPEAKER : (See also Debate.) 

duties, 1-11. 

to direct admission to the floor, 10. 

to appoint committees, 5, 39. 

may call member to the chair, 11, 47. 

to appoint tellers, on division, 34. 

to call for petitions, 51. 
Strike out and insert, motions to, 27. 
Subpoenas, 8. 
Suspending standing rule, etc., 50. 

Table, laying on the, 22, 46. 
taking from the, 46. 

Unlinished business, 52. 

Voting, 17, 18, 30, 31, 34, 44, 50. 

Writs and warrants, 8. 

Yeas and nays, 16.