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Full text of "The New Hampshire register and United States calendar"

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1367180 



GENEALOGY COLLECTION 



ALLEN COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY 



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THE 



NEW-HAMPSHIRE 



ANNUAL REGISTER, 

AND 

UNITED STATES CALENDAR, 



FOR THE YEAR 

&£//# | O l) vr- ^ 



BY G. PARKER LYON. 



No. XXXIX.-No. XVI. New Series. 

The earliest Register published was for 1772 ; and afterward 

(now known to have been published) were for the years 

1787, '88, '89, '94, '95. '96, '97, '98, 1800, and annually 

since — making tne aggregate of 69 numbers.. 

The numbering commenced with 1822 

— the New Series with 1845. 



CONCOKD : 
PUBLISHED BY G. PARKER LYON. 

PRINTED BY M'FARLAND & JEITKS. 



ADVERTISEMENT. 



In offering to the citizens of the State our Register for 1859-60, 
we think it will be found as correct as the nature of the under- 
taking will admit. Great pains have been taken to render the 
work correct and acceptable to the public ; but, notwithstanding 
the greatest pains should be taken for correctness, and success at- 
tends it for to-day, to-morrow mav bring its many changes, and 
consequently render the work unavoidably incorrect. 

We have omitted several articles which we had prepared, to 
give room for statistics, the nature and importance of which, to 
be inserted together in one Register, will be apparent to every 
one ; and we hope and trust this will be received as a sufficient 
apology for the omission of articles usually inserted. 

SI^IF" Corrections' in the Register should be given on or before 
the 20th of August, for the first one hundred pages, and the re- 
mainder by the 10th of September. 

Concord, October, 1859. 



Entered according to an act of Congress, in the year 1859, 

BY G. PARKER LYON, 

In the Clerk's Office of the District Court of New-Hampshire. 



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INDEX 



1367180 



Academies, 147 I 

Appendix, 174 

Appropriations, 52 

Attorney s-at-Law, 59 

Asylumfor Insane, 151 

Board of Education, 146 

Biblical Institute, 150 

Banks, 153-160 

Calendar Pages, 5-16 

Change of Officers, 58 

City Officers, Manchester,. . .132 
" " Portsmouth,... 133 

" " Concord, 134 

11 " Nashua, 135 

" u Dover, 135 

Commissioners of Schools,. .146 

" " Railroads,174 

" " Banks, ....153 

" "' Insurance, 162 

Commissioners resident in 

New-Hampshire, 68 

Do. in other States, 65 

Courts, Supreme Judical,. . . 53 

Probate, 56 

U. S. District, 170 

Clerks of Supreme Judicial, 53 
County Officers — 

Rockingham, 70 

Strafford, 76 

Belknap, 80 

Carroll, 83 

Merrimack, 86 

Hillsborough, 92 

Cheshire, 99 

Sullivan, 103 

Grafton, 106 

Coos, 113 

County Solicitors, : . . . 53 

Courts, days of sitting, see 
Cal. pages, also Law of,. 53-58 

Dartmouth College, 149 

Eclipses for 1860 4 

Government of N. H.,. . 46 

Council 46 

Senate,. 46 

Representatives, 47-51 

Government of U. S., 169 

Senate of U. S., 171 

Representatives, 172 

Insurance Companies,.. .162-164 

Inspectors of Flour, 136 

14 of Hops, 136 

" of Fish, 136 

Judiciary, Justices, 53 






Judges, Probate, 55 

Judiciary, U. S., 169 

Literary' institutions, 147 

Militia of X. H., 115 

Medical Society, 127 

Ministers in N. H., 117-126 

Ministers, Foreign, 170 

Notaries Public 63 

N. H. Hist. Society, 151 

Obituary, 175 

Physicians, 127-132 

Post-Offices — Postmasters,.. .164 

Postage Laws, 168 

Registers. Probate, 55 

Savings Banks, 160-162 

Statistics — 

Electors, 17-28 

Law of choice; Names 
and Votes as recorded; 
Votes for Pres. and Vice- 
Pres. for each Term, 1789 
to 1856. 

Reps, to Congress, 29-38 

Names and the State of 
the Votes, as recorded, for 
each Term, 1789 to 1859. 
Presidents, 1775 to 1793,... 39-40 
State of the Vote as re- 
corded; John Pickering, 
President bv resolve. 
Governors, lf93 to 1859,. .40-45 
State of the Vote as re- 
corded. 
Joseph M. Harper, acting 

Governor, 43 

State Institutions — Asylum 
for the Insane, House of 
Reformation, State Prison,151 
Sheriffs— Coroners— Jailers— 

Rockingham, 76 

Strafford, 79 

Belknap, 82 

Carroll, 86 

Merrimack, 92 

Hillsborough 98 

Cheshire, 102 

Sullivan, 106 

Grafton, 112 

Coos, 115 

Teachers' Association, 146 

Town Police Courts, 136 

Town-Clerks, 137-145 

Traveling Fees, 52 

Votes for Governor, 137-145 



ECLIPSES IN 1860. 

1st. 2d. 3d. 4th. 

© Jan. 22d. D Feb. 6th. © July 18th. D August 1st. 
There will be four Eclipses this year — two of the Sun and two 
of the Moon. The times and phases will be as follows : 

I. The first will be of the Sun, January the 22d, on Sunday, at 
21 minutes past 7 o'clock in the evening, consequently will not be 
-visible to any part of the United States, because the sun will be 
below the horizon. But if it was not, the Eclipse would not be 
visible to us, because the moon's latitude will be too far south. 

II. The second will be of the Moon, February the 6th day, on 
Monday evening, visible, and by calculation as follows : 

Beginning, 8h. lm. 30s. 

Middle, 9h. 28m. 30s. 

Ecliptic opposition, 9h. 33m. 51s. 

End of the Eclipse, lOh. 50m. 00s. 

Duration, 2h. 49m. 30s. 

Apparent time Sun slow of the clock, 14m. 19s. 
Digits eclipsed 9° 32' nearly, on the Moon's north limb, and in 
the south side of the Earth's shadow. 

III. The third will be of the Sun, July,the 18th day, on Wednes- 
day morning, visible, and by calculation as follows : 

Beginning, 7h. 17m. 

Middle, 8h. 20m. 

Duration,. 2h. 29m. 

Apparent time Sun slow of the clock, 5m. 54s. 

IV. The fourth and last will be of the Moon, on Wednesday, 
the first day of August, at 46 minutes past noon ; invisible. 

CHRONOLOGICAL. CYCLES FOR 1860. 

Dominical Letter, A. G. 

Golden Number, 18 

Epact, 7 

Solar Cycle, 21 

Roman Indication, 3 

Julian Period, 6,573 



I860.] JANUARY, 1st Month— 31 days. 



Length of Days. 



|h.m.| [d.Jh.m.I [d.;h.m.J|d.|h.m.| |d.|h.m.I|d.|h.m.| !d.|h.m.| Id. Jh.m. 



118 541 1 5 

2|8 54|| 6 
3,8 56| I 7 
4|8 56j[ 8 1 



56j 



9 0j|13|9 6||17|9 12l|21i9 22,|25 9 30||29|9 38 

26 9 32|i30 9 40 

27 9 34i| | 
289 36|| | 



8 58j|10|9 2||14.9 6| |18;9 141 122|9 24 

8 58 [ 1 11 9 2 1 j 15 ! 9 8; |19!9 18| -23 9 26 

9 Oj 1 12 9 4j!l6|9 10||20!9 20il24J9 28 



Moon's Changes, Fulls and Quarters. 
D First Quarter, 1st day, 6h. Om. in the morning. — N. 
O Full Moon, 8th day," lOh. 33m. in the morning.— N. W. 
d Last Quarter, 15th day, 2h. 5m. in the morning. — S. E. 
@ New Moon, 22d day, 7h. 21m. in the evening. — W. 
D First Quarter, 31st day, Oh. 13m. in the morning. — W. 



p 



Courts — Supreme Judicial, 
Probate, U. S. District. 



liSuj 
2 M 
3iTu 
4JWi 
SlTh 1 
6:Fri 
Sa 



f S. J. C, Law, Haverhill, P. 
C. Conway, P. C. Stratford, 
P. C. Keene, P. C. Dover, 
S. J. C. Manchester. 



Sui 
M j 
lOiTu 
11 W 
12|Th 
13jFri 
14 ! Sa 
15;Su 
16M 
17jTu 
18 W 

19 £ h| 

20Fn 

21 Sa 
22|Su 

23 M I 

24 Tu 1 



f S. J. C, Trial, Exeter, 
<{ P. C. Portsmouth. 
<[ P. C. Exeter. 



P. C. Gilford, 
1 P. C. Littleton, 
1 P. C. Keene. 



S. J. C, Trial, Newport, 
P. C. Manchester, 
P. C. Concord. 
P. C. Claremont. 

•{ P, C. Francestown. 



©r©s. 
h.m. h.m. 



r.^s. 
h. m. 



High: 

water. 



33,4 27 
33|4 27 
32 4 28 



4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

27 4 33 
26 4 34 



2. 4 23 

1 5 5 27; 

2 llj 6 43 

3 21! 8 

4 32| 9 9 

5 31 10 6 

6 52|10 57 
D rise] 11 43 

6 5i 

7 26 

8 45 

10 

11 13 
morn. 

26 

1 39 

2 49 

3 56 

4 56 

5 49 

6 31 
D set. 

5 35 

6 39 

7 42 

8 40 

9 34 

10 43 

11 48 
morn. 

52 



morn. 
24 


1 4 


1 43 


2 22 


3 5 


3 5o; 


5 4J 


6 24; 


7 46; 


8 53 


£ 47, 


10 28 


11 8| 


11 40 


ev. 10; 


39| 


1 8 


1 36| 


2 7 


2 44, 


3 30| 


4 23! 



6 FEBRUARY, 2d Month— 29 days. [1860. 


Length of Days. 


d.Ih. s 


C.I D.lH.M. 


Id.Ih. m.IId. h.m.I 


D. H.M. 


d.|h.m.I|d.|h.m. 


11 9 4 


6| 5| 9 56 


I 9 10 6 113110 16 


17 10 26 


21 10 38M25I10 50 


2 9 4 


8| 6 9 58 


10 10 8:|14I10 18 1 


18 10 30 


2210 42 1 126110 54 


31 9 £ 


2| 7|10 


1 11110 10||15|10 22 1 


19 10 32 


23J10 44i|27|10 56 


4| 9 £ 


41 8|l0 2 


|12|l0 14| |16 10 24 1 


20] 


36 


24J10 48 1 1 28 , 11 


Moon's Changes, Fulls and Quarters. 


Q Full Moon, 6th day, 9h. 37m. in the evening. — S. E. 


<[ Last Quarter, 13th day, lh. 53m. in the afternoon. — N. W. 


@ New Moon, 21st day, 2h. 41m. in the afternoon. — S. W. 


D First Quarter, 29th day, 2h. 58m. in the afternoon. — S. E. 


$ 


£ 


Courts — Supreme Judicial, 
Probate, U. S. District. 


©r. 


©■• 


r.@s. 


High 


A 


p 


h.m. 


h.m. 


h. m. 


water. 


1 


w 




7 7 


4 53 


2 2 


7 35 


2 


Th 




7 6 


4 54 


3 9 


7 32 


3 


Fri 




7 4 


4 56 


4 13 


8 53 


4 


Sa 




7 3 


4 57 


5 10 


9 45 


5 


Su 


{ S. J. C, Trial, Gilford, S. J. 


7 2 


4 58 


5 57 


10 37 


6 


M 


C, Trial, Concord, P. C. 


7 1 


4 59 


D rise 


11 19 


7 


Tu 


- Keene, P. C. Somersworth, 


7 


5 


6 10 


morn. 


8 


W 


• P. C. Tamworth. 


6 59 


5 1 


7 30 


1 


9 


Th 




6 57 


5 3 


8 47 


38 


10 


Fri 




6 56 


5 4 


10 4 


1 13 


11 


Sa 




6 55 


5 5 


11 19 


1 52 


12 


Su 




6 53 


5 7 


morn. 


2 33 


13 


M 




6 52 


5 8 


34 


3 23 


14 


Tu 


-j S. J. 0, Trial, Dover. 


6 51 


5 9 


1 42 


4 28 


15 


W 




6 49 


5 11 


2 48 


5 49 


16 


Th 




6 48 


5 12 


3 44 


7 19 


17 


Fri 




6 47 


5 13 


4 29 


8 28 


18 


Sa 




6 45 


j5 15 


5 6 


9 22 


19 


Su 




6 44 


15 16 


5 38 


10 4 


20 


M 


f P. C. Gilford, P. C. Keene, 


6 42 


5 18 


6 2 


10 41 


21 


Tu 


-j P. C. Wentworth. 
\ P. C. Exeter. 


6 4i 


5 19 


D set. 


11 12 


22 


W 


6 39 


5 21 


6 34 


11 41 


23 


Th 




6 38 


5 22 


7 33 


ev. 13 


24 


Fri 




6 36 


5 24 


8 34 


36 


25 


Sa 




6 35 


5 25 


9 40 


1 8 


26 


Su 




6 33 


5 27 


10 45 


1 41 


27 


M 




6 32 


,5 28 


11 50 


2 17 


28 


Tu 


A P. C. Concord, P. C. Nashua. 
-{ P. C. Newport. 


6 305 30 


morn. 


3 2 


29 


W 


6 29 5 31 


56 


4 



I860.] MARCH, 3d Month— 31 days. 



Length of Days. 



d.!h. m.Nd.Ih. m.jId.Ih. m.IId.Ih. m.Ijd.Ih. m.Md.Ih. m. 1 1 
l|ll 6 ! | 6lll 20 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 M lft 11 48|i21H2 2| |26|12 18| | 
2|11 8'H 7,11 221113111 36i 1 171 11 52'j22|12 6| 127112 20 | 
311 12|j 8|11 24! 13 11 40| 18111 54||23j]2 8' |28] 12 24J f 
4J11 1411 9jll 28JI14I11 421 II** 111 58j|24,'12 12.|29jl2 261 1 

J 5|11 16 ' 1 10 1 1 1 30] 15111 46l|20!l2 0||25|12 J4J |30;i2 28! | 



Moon's Cfianges, Fulls and Quarters. 
O Full Moon, 7th day, 7h. 51m. in the morning. — N. W. 
& Last Quarter, 14th day, 4h. 16m. in the morning. — S. E 
® New Moon, 22d day, 9h. 3m. in the morning.— S. E. 
D First Quarter, 30th day, 2h. 5m. in the morning. — N. W 






Courts — Supreme Judicial, 
Probate. U. S. District. 



©'•!©■• 

h.mJh.m. 



r.®s. High 
h. m. water. 



ljTh; 

2|Fri!<{ P. C. Amherst. 



Sa 

Su 

M 

Tu 

AY 

Th 

Fri 

Sa 

Su 

M 

Tu 

W 

Th 

Fri 

Sa 

Su 

M 

Tu 

AY 

Th 

Fri 

Sa 

Su 

INI 

Tu 

W 

Th 

Fri 

Sa 



f P. C. Dover, P. C. Ossipee 
<j Corner, P. C. Keene, P. C. 
[ Lancaster. 



( Annual Town-Meeting in 
{ New- Hampshire. 



f U. S. D. C. Portsmouth, P. 
I C. Portsmouth, P. C. Lisbon, 
\ P. C. Gilford, P. C. Keene. 
< P. C. Exeter. 



fP. C. Concord, P. C. Man- 

■{ Chester. 

-{ P. C. Claremont. 

-{ P. C. Mason Village. 



27 5 33 
265 34 
245 36 
23 5 37 
225 38 
20'5 40 
19J5 41 
185 42 
16'5 44 
lfilS 45 
135 47 
12J5 48 



2 

2 58 

3 49 

4 33 

5 4 
5 34 

D rise 

7 38 

8 58 

10 16 

11 30 
morn. 

39 

1 39 

2 30 

3 11 

3 44 

4 12 
4 34 

4 35 

5 13 
D set. 

7 37 

8 42 

9 48 

10 55 

11 57 
morn. 

59 

1 49 

2 33 



5 26 

6 39 

8 24 

9 27 

10 16 

11 1 
11 37 
morn. 

15 

53 

1 34 

2 17 

3 9 

4 9 

5 28 

6 49 

7 58 

8 55 

9 36 
10 12 

10 44 

11 14 
11 44 
ev. 16 

49 

1 24 

2 6 

2 57 

3 58 

5 19 

6 51 



APRIL, 4th Month— 30 days. 



11860. 





Length of Days. 






o.Ih. m. 


d.Ih. m.)|d.|h. m.IId. 
6|12 50| |ll |l3 4||l6 


H. M. 


Id.Ih. m. 


Id.Ih. m. 1 


1 12 36 


13 18 


|21 13 32 


|26|13 44 


2112 38 


7il2 53 1 12 J3 81117 


13 20 


122113 34 


27113 461 


3|12 42 


8|12 66| 13J13 10||18 


13 24 


|23|I3 38 


28 13 50 1 


4 12 44 | 


9|12 58 14 13 121 119 


13 26 


124113 40 


|29il3 5211 
|30|13 56 1 


5|l2 46 | 


10|13 2||15 13 16||20 


13 28 


|25|13 42 



Moon's Changes, Fulls and Quarters. 
O Full Moon, 5th day, 5h. 13m. in the evening.— E. 
d Last Quarter, 12th day, 8h. 51m. in the evening. — N. E. 
% New Moon, 21 day, In. 2m. in the morning. — N. 
D First Quarter, 28th day, 9h. 55m. in the morning. — N. E. 



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i 


Courts — Supreme Judicial, 


®x- 


©s. 


r.£s.j High 


ft 


A 


Probate, U. S. District. 


h.m. 


h.m. 


h. m J water. 


1 


Su 


' S. J. C. Trial, Haverhill, P. 


5 42 


6 18 


3 9 


8 5 


2 


M 


C. Farmington, P. C. Con- 


5 41 


6 19 


3 40 


9 9 


3 


Tu 


- way, P. C. Keene, 
«| P. C. Exeter. 


5 39 


6 21 


4 6 


9 59 


4 


W 


5 38 


6 22 


4 32 


10 41 


5 


Th 




5 37 


6 23 


Drise 


11 19 


6 


Fri 




5 35 


6 25 


7 54 


morn. 


7 


Sa 




5 34 


6 26 


9 17 


1 


8 


Su 




5 32 


6 28 


10 27 


41 


9 


M 




5 31 


6 29 


11 34 


1 22 


10 


Tu 


\ S. J. C, Trial, Exeter. 


5 29 


6 31 


mom. 


2 9 


11 


W 




5 28 


6 32 


31 


2 59 


12 


Th 




5 26 


6 34 


1 16 


3 55 


13 


Fri 




5 25 


6 35 


1 52 


5 2 


14 


Sa 




5 24 


6 36 


2 23 


6 18 


15 


Su 




5 22 


6 38 


2 46 


7 22 


16 


M 


f S. J. C, Trial, Ossipee, S. 


5 21 


6 39 


3 7 


8 18 


17 


Tu 


« J. C, Trial, Keene, P.O. Gil- 


5 20 


6 40 


3 26 


9 4 


18 


W 


ford, P. C. Haverhill, P. C. 


5 18 


6 42 


3 46 


9 44 


19 


Th 


L Keene. 


5 17 


6 43 


4 5 


10 12 


20 


Fri 




5 15 


6 45 


4 27 


10 46 


21 


Sa 




5 14 


6 46 


D set. 


11 26 


22 


Su 




5 13 


6 47 


8 54 


ev. 1 


23 


M 


f S.J. C, Trial, Lancaster, P. 


5 11 


6 49 


10 2 


40 


24 


Tu 


\ C. Concord, P. C. Nashua, 
-j P. C. Newport. 


5 10 


6 50 


11 


1 20 


25 


W 


5 9 


6 51 


11 55 


2 6 


26 


Th 




5 8 


6 52 


morn. 


2 55 


27 


Fri 


\ P. C. Francestown. 


5 7 


6 53 


39 


3 55 


28 


Sa 




5 5 


6 55 


1 16 


5 10 


29 


Su 




5 4 


6 46 


1 49 


6 28 


30 


M 




5 2 


6 48 


2 14 


7 45 



1860. 



MAY, 5th Month— 31 days. 



Length of Days. 



D. JH. If. I |d.|h. m.||d. 
1|13 58|l 6|14 10||11 
2;14 0! 7114 121 1 12 
3114 211 8|14 14| 1 13 
4jl4 4j| 9-14 16||14 
5|14 6|il0|l418||15 



d.Ih. m.Md.jh. m. |d.ih. m.,| 
*"' 21 1 14 42||26|l4 50] 
22, 14 441 127|14 521 
23,14 46||28|14 54| 
24114 46||2914 54; 
25 14 48||30:i4 56 1 



14 20 16 14 32 
14 241 17 j 14 34 
14 26 1 18114 36 1 
14 281 19114 381 
14 30||20'l4 40 1 



Moon's Changes, Fulls and Quarters. 
O Full Moon, 5th day, 2h. 22m. in the morning. — S. W. 
d Last Quarter, 12th day, 2h. 36m. in the evening.— N.TV 
© New Moon, 20th day, 2h. 6m. in the evening. — S. TV. 
D First Quarter, 27th day, 3h. 24m. in the evening. — S. E. 



* * 

6 « 



Courts — Supreme Judicial , 
Probate, U. S. District. 



©r.es.r.©s.,High 
h.m.'h.m.h. m. water. 



5 Su 

Su 

M 

Tii 

TV 

Th 

Fri 

Sa 

Su 

If 

Tu 

TV 

Th 

Fri 

Sa 

Su 

M 

Tu 

TV 

Th 

Fri 

Sa 

Su 

M 

Tu 

TV 

Th 



9 

10 
il 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 

h 

28 
29 
30 

|81 



i S. J. C, Trial, Nashua, P 
| C. Tamworth, P. C. Keene, 
[ P. C. Dover. 



f U. S. C. C. Portsmouth, P. C 
I Portsmouth, P. C. Lancaster. 
i P. C. Exeter. 



f S. J. C. Trial, Plymouth, P. 
| a Keene, P. C. Gilford, P, 
<j C. Plymouth, P. C. Plaistow. 
i P. C. Derry. 
«{ P. C. Chester. 
\ P. C Deerfield. 



<\ P. C. Concord, P. C. Man- 
[ Chester. 

-{ P. C. Peterborough. 



<j S. J. C, Trial, Dover. 
•{ P. C. Claremont. 



16 

07 

597 

58 7 
5717 
557 
547 
537 
527 
517 
507 
4 48|7 
4 47|7 
46,7 
457 
44;7 
437 
427 
417 
407 
397 
387 



2 38 

3 3 
3 29 
3 59 

]) rise 
9 23 

6 10 22 

7 11 13 
8111 54 
9. morn. 



8 50 

9 41 

10 24 

11 7 
11 49 
morn. 

31 



26 

53 

1 15 
1 34 

1 52 

2 12 
2 31 1 

2 56 

3 23 
D set. 

8 56 

9 52 

10 39 

11 16 
11 50 
morn. 

17 

43 

1 7 
1 31 
1 58 



14 
56 
41 
27 
IS 
19 
21 
23 

8 16 

9 5 
9 50 

10 28 

11 9 
11 51 
ev. 33 



13 
57 
44 
34 
46 
48 
6 

8 16 

9 18 



10 JUNE, 6th Month— 30 days. [1860. 


Length of Days. 




|d.|h. m.I 


d.|h. m. 


|d.|h. m. 


d.Ih. m.||d.|h. m.| i 


).Ih. m. 






1 l|l4 581 


6 


15 4 


Il|l5 6 


16 15 10 


21115 10 1 26|15 8 






1 2,15 0| 


7 


15 4 


12115 8 


171 15 10 


|2-i|l5 10 27|15 8 






3J15 


8 


15 4 


I3|l5 8 


18 1 15 10 


|23|15 10| 38(15 8 






1 4 15 2| 


9 


15 6 


14115 8 


19115 10 


|34fl5 10! 291 15 8 


i 




| 5 ! 15 2| 


10 


15 6 


|15|15 10 


20|l5 10 


|25|15 10; 30|l5 8 


1 


Moon's Changes, Fulls and Quarters. 


O Full Moon, 3d day, Oh. 4m. in the evening. — N. 


d Last Quarter, 11th day, 8h. 22m. in the morning. — S. W. 


9 New Moon, 19th day, Oh. 40m. in the morning. — N. 


]) First Quarter, 25th day, 7h. 50m. in the evening. — S. W. 


3 


£ 


Courts — Supreme Judicial, 


©r. 


O'b: 


r.@s. 


High 


Q 


Q 


Probate, U. S. District. 


h.m. 


h.m. 


h. m. 


water. 


I Fri 




4 31 


7 29 


2 30 


10 6 


2 ! Sa 




4 30 


7 30 


3 6 


10 52 


3 ! Su 




4 30 


7 30 


Drise 


11 35 


4M 


[ S. J. C, Law, Manchester, 


4 29 


7 31 


9 3 


morn. 


5|Tu 


\ P. C. Somersworth, P. C. 


4 29 


7 31 


9 47 


17 


6W 


[ Keene, P. C. Ossipee Corner. 


4 28 


7 32 


10 22 


55 


7jTh 




4 28 


7 32 


10 46 


1 33 


8Fri 




4 28 


7 32 


11 14 


2 7 


9Sa 




4 27 


7 33 


11 34 


2 46 


lo'Su 




4 27 


7 33 


11 52 


3 26 


llM 




4 27 


7 33 


morn. 


4 9 


l2Tu 




4 26 


7 34 


10 


5 7 


13|W 


{ P. C. Exeter. 


4 26 


7 34 


29 


6 7 


14'Th 




4 26 


7 34 


59 


7 17 


15;Fri 




4 25 


7 35 


1 16 


8 18 


16 


Sa 




4 25 


7 35 


1 48 


9 16 


17 


Su 




4 25 


7 35 


2 29 


10 6 


18 


M 


f S.J. C, Law, Exeter, U.S. D 


4 25 


7 35 


3 20 


10 52 


19 


Tu 


{ C. Exeter, P. C. Keene, P. 


4 25 


7 35 


D set. 


11 37 


20 


W 


[ C. Gilford, P.C. Canaan. 


4 25 


7 35 


9 13 


ev. 20 


21 


Th 




4 25 


7 35 


9 48 


1 


22 


Fri 




4 25 


7 35 


10 19 


1 41 


23 


Sa 




4 25 


7 35 


10 53 


2 21 


24 


Su 




4 25 


7 35 


11 7 


3 5 


25 


M 




4 26 


7 34 


11 31 


3 57 


26 


Tu 


<( P. C. Concord, P. C. Nashua. 


4 26 


7 34 


11 54 


5 4 


27 


W 


-{ P. C. Newport. 


4 26 


7 34 


morn. 


6 21 


28 


Th 




4 26 


7 34 


23 


7 44 


29 


Fri 


<{ P. C. Amherst. 


4 26 


7 34 


57 


8 52 


30 Sa 




4 26 


7 34 


1 40 


9 46 



1860.1 



JULY, ?th Month — 31 days. 



11 



Length of Days. 



D.lH. M.IJD. H. M.tlo.iM. M.lD.lH. M.Md.Ih. M. I | 

6|15 2| 11|14 56j|16|14 50j|2l|l4 4 | 26|l4 32|| 
7115 21 12114 56,|l7il4 48||22jl4 38| 27|i4 32! I 
8|I5 0| 13|14 54l|18|14 46 ! |23J14 36i|28S14 SO j j 
9 15 0, 14jl4 52 |l9! 14 44|'24|14 36M29H4 28 1 1 
5[l5 4|'1Q14 58_|jl5|l4 52;j20jl4 42j|25J14 34j|30;i4 26j| 



D.jH. M. 
1|15 6j 

2 15 61 

3 15 61 
4115 



Moon's Changes, Fulls and Quarters. 
O Full Moon, 2d day, llh. 19m. in the evening.— S. 
d Last Quarter, 11th day, lh. 9ni. in the morning. — E. 
Q ^ T ew Moon, 18th day, 9h. 30m. in the morning. — S. E. 
D First Quarter, 25th day, lh. 30m. in the morning — W. 



Courts — Supreme Judicial, 
Probate, U. S. District. 



©r©a. 



h. m. 



h.m, 



r.Qs. 
h. m 



High 
water. 



Su 
M 
Tu 
W 

Th 

Fri 

Sa 

Su 

M 

Tu 

W 

Th 

Fri 

Sa 

Su 

M 

Tu 

W 

Th 

Fri 

Sa 

Su 

M 

Tu 

W 

Th 

Fri 

Sa 

Su 

M 

Tu 



f S. J. C, Law, Keene, P. C, 
\ Conway, P. C. Keene, P. C, 
I Rochester, P. C. Whiterield, 



<{ P. C. Portsmouth. 
^J P. C. Exeter. 



f S. J. C, Law, Lancaster, P, 
\ C. Keene, P. C. Gilford, P. 
LC. Bristol. 



f P. C Concord, P. C. Man- 

-j Chester. 

\ P. C. Claremont. 

{ P. C. Francestown. 



27i7 
27 7 

27 7 

28 7 
28',7 
29(7 
29 
30 
30 
31 
32 
32 
33 
34 



4 34 



35 



367 

377 

38 7 

39 7 

40 7 
417 
42J7 
427 
43|7 
447 

44 7 

45 7 
'467 
477 
487 



2 27 
D rise 

8 15 

8 49 

9 11 
9 34 
9 52 

10 11 
10 31 

10 50 

11 13 
11 40 
mora. 

18 

1 
1 58 

3 4 
D set. 

8 17 

8 41 

9 50 
9 30 
9 56 

18 10 24 
1710 55 
16.11 35 
1 6 mora. 
15| 24 
14 1 20 
13 2 22 
12 3 24 



10 37 

11 17 
11 54 

morn. 
28 



6 11 

7 33! 

8 46i 

9 46 

10 38i 

11 20, 
eve. 4 

41 

1 17 



55 

37 

27: 

28, 

49; 

21 



8 46 

9 35 
10 18 
10 56 



12 AUGUST, 8th Month— 31 days. [I860, 


Length of Days. 




D.JH. M.I 


d.Ih. m. 


d.Ih. m.IId. 


H. M.I 


d.Ih. m. |d.|h. m.I 






1|14 22 1 


6|14 8 


ll| J3 58' 116 


13 44 1 


21|13 32|j26|13 20 | 






2J14 201 


7)14 6 


12113 54'|17 


13 421 


2-2|13 301 !27| 13 16| 






3|14 ]fi 


8 14 4 


13|13 52||18 


13 40 


23 


13 28 1 128 1 13 14 1 






4.14 141 


9|14 2 


14 13 50 19 


13 38; 


24 


13 24||29|13 10 i 






5|14 12| 


10|14 


|15|l3 46||20 


13 36||25 


13 22||30|l3 8| 





Moon's Changes, Fulls and Quarters. 
O Full Moon, 1st day, Oh. 46m. in the evening. — N. 

d Last Quarter, 9th day, 4h. 34m. in the evening. — N. 
@ New Moon, 16th day, 5h. 32m. in the evening. — W. 

D First Quarter, 23d day, 8h. 4m. in the morning. — N. E. 
O Full Moon, 31st day, 4h. 13m. in the morning.— S. W. 



Courts — Supreme Judicial, 
Probate. U. S. District. 



Or. 

h. m, 



as 

h.m. 



h. m. 



High 
water. 



W 

Th 
Fri 

Sa 
5|Su 
6M 
Tu 
W 
Th 
Fri 
Sa 
Su 
M 
Tu 
W 
Th 
Fri 
Sa 
Su 
M 
Tu 
W 
Th 
Fri 
Sa 
Su 
M 
Tu 
W 
Th 
Fri 



f P. C. Tamworth, P. C. Plais- 

| tow, P. C. Keene, P. C. Do- 

\ ver. 

\ P. C. Berry. 

•{ P. C. Chester. 

\ P. C. Deerfield. 



^ P. C. Exeter. 



f S. J. C, Trial, Gilford, S. J, 
I C, Trial, Concord, P. C. Gil- 
i ford, P. C. Wentworth, P. C 
I Keene. 



P. C. Concord, P. C. Nashua 
P. C. Newport. 



■{ P. C. Peterborough. 



49!7 11 
50|7 10 

52,7 



7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
6 

6 57 
6 56 
6 55 
6 53 



6 44 
6 42 



D rise 
7 36 

7 55 

8 14 
8 33 

8 53 

9 16 
9 42 

10 12 

10 53 

11 42 
morn. 

43 

1 53 
3 11 

D set. 
7 9 

7 34 

8 

8 28 

9 3 
9 39 

10 24 

11 1 
morn. 

17 

1 21 

2 26 

3 31 

4 34 
j) rise 



11 31 

morn. 



1 

30 
58 
29 


36 
20 
14 
32 

3 

8 27 

9 30 

10 21 

11 5 
11 44 
ev. 20 

58 



1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
7 

8 18 

9 17 
9 59 

10 36 

11 8 
11 37 



I860.] SEPTEMBER, 9th Month— 30 days. 13 



Length of Days. 



Id.'h. h.I 
1|13 2! 

2112 58! 
3 12 56 I 
4' 12 521 
5; 12 50 



D.lH. M. |D. H. M. 

6|12 46 1 11|J2 34 
7(12 44! [12112 3Q 
8|l2 42 1 113112 28 
9jl2 38i|l4|l2 24 
10112 36 |15 12 22 



|d.|h. m.IId.Ih. m.I|d.|h. m.II 
16|l2 18||2l!l2 6M26 11 50 I 
17112 16 29 12 4 ! 1 27 i 1 1 461 
18|12 12| 23|l2 0j 28|ll 44|i 
19|12 10 1 24 11 561129111 42l| 
•201 1-2 8|125jll 52 |30 11 38 j | 



Moon's Changes, Fulls and Quarters. 
(I Last Quarter, 8th day, 6h. 25m. in the morning. — S. 
© New Moon, 15th day, lh. 28m. in the morning. — N. 
D First Quarter, 21st day, 4h. 48m. in the evening. — S. 
O Full Moon, 29th day, 9h. 6m. in the evening.— S. E. 



a a 



Courts — Supreme Judicial, 
Probate, U. S. District. 



h.m 



r.fjs. 
h. m. 



High 
water 



ljSa! 
2!Su! 
3'M 
4JTu ! 
51 
6Th| 
7iFri 
8|Sa 
9Su 
10 M 



S. J. C, Trial, Dover, S. J. 
C, Trial, Amherst, S. J. C, 
Trial, Newport, P. C. Ossi- 
pee Corner, P. C. Farming- 
ton, P. C. Keene, P. C. Cole- 
brook. 



\ P. C. Portsmouth. 
\ P. C. Exeter. 



f U. S. D. C. Portsmouth, P. 
\ C. Gilford, P. C. Keene, P. 
[ C. Lisbon. 



f P. C. Concord, P. C. Man- 
{ Chester. 
\ P. C. Claremont. 



\ P. C. Amherst. 



29.6 31 
3116 29 
32|6 28 
346 26 
35J6 25 

37 6 23 

38 6 22 

39 6 21 



46,6 14 

48 ! 6 12 

49J6 11 

51|6 9 

52i6 8 

44l6 

55|6 

566 

57i6 

586 

06 

2 5 58 

45 56 

55 55 

7 5 53 

8 5 52 
9|5 51 

11 5 49 



6 45 

7 7 
7 29 

7 52 

8 22 

8 57 

9 40 

10 37 

11 39 
morn. 

50 

2 11 

3 30 

4 40 
]) set. 

6 34 ev. 

6 57| 

7 43 

8 29 

9 21 

10 20 

11 17 
morn. 

26 

1 34 

2 38 

3 41 

4 41 
D rise 

5 42 



morn. 



4 

34 

4 

36 

17 

6 

58 

3 58 

6 49 

8 9 

9 17 

10 7 

10 43 

11 32 



45 
25 
19 
4 
7 
20 
50 
59 

8 59 

9 36 
10 6 

10 40 

11 12 
11 43 



14 OCTOBER, 10th Month— 31 days. [1860. 


Length of Days. 




d.Ih. m.||d. 


H. M. 


D.lH. M. 


D. 


H. M. 


|d.|h. m.I j 


D..H. M.I 




l|ll 361 


6 


11 20 


Hill 6 


16 


10 52 


21|10 36| 26|10 24 


1 




2,11 32i 


7 


11 18 


12111 4 


17 


10 48 


22 10 341 27110 20 






3 11 28| 


8 


11 16 


1 3 j 1 1 


18 


10 46 


23 10 32 28|10 18 






4ill 261 


9 


11 12 


14110 58 


19 


10 42 


24110 281 29110 16 






5 11 241 


10 


11 10 


15 10 54 


|20 


10 40 


25 10 26||30ll0 12 




Moon's Changes, Falls and Quarters. 


d Last Quarter, 7th day, 8h. 33m. in the evening.— N. E. 


© New Moon, 14th day, lOh. 6m. in the morning. — S. E. 


D First Quarter, 21st day, 7h. 42m. in the morning. — N. E. 


O Full Moon, 29th day, 2h. 22m. in the evening.— N. E. 


n £ 


Courts — Supreme Judicial, 
Probate, U. S. District. 


©r. 


©s. 


r.@s. 


High 


« p 


h.m. 


h.m. 


h. m. 


water. 


1 M 


fS. J. C, Trial, Haverhill, 


6 12 


5 48 


6 4 


morn. 


2 Ti 


a \ P. C. Dover, P. C. Conway, 


6 14 


5 46 


6 34 


14 


3 W 


L P. C. Keene. 


6 16 


5 44 


7 8 


44 


4 T] 


k 


6 17 


5 43 


7 46 


1 28 


5Fi 


i 


6 18 


5 42 


8 51 


2 3 


6 Ss 


L 


6 20 


5 40 


9 37 


3 5 


7 Si 


J 


6 21 


5 39 


10 55 


3 52 


8M 


i U. S. C. Court, Exeter. 


6 22 


5 38 


11 59 


5 23 


9 Ti 


a -{ P. C. Portsmouth. 


6 24 


5 36 


morn. 


6 29 


10 W 


' ■{ P. C. Exeter. 


6 25 


5 35 


1 11 


7 39 


11 T 


ti 


6 27 


5 33 


2 29 


8 49 


12 Fi 


i 


6 28 


5 32 


3 47 


9 54 


13 Ss 


i 


6 30 


5 30 


5 7 


10 27 


14 Si 


j f S. J C, Trial, Ossipee, S. J. 


6 31 


5 27 


D set. 


11 12 


15 M 


C, Trial, Portsmouth, S. J. 


6 33 


5 27 


5 45 


11 53 


16 T 


a \ C, Trial, Keene, P. C. (ML- 


6 34 


5 26 


6 26 


ev. 35 


17 W 


r ford, P. C. Haverhill, P. C 


6 36 


5 24 


7 18 


1 18 


18 T 


l I Keene. 


6 37 


5 23 


8 16 


2 10 


19 Fi 


*i 


6 39 


5 21 


9 19 


3 


SO Si 


i 


6 40 


5 20 


10 24 


3 50 


21 Si 


cr 


6 42 


5 18 


11 31 


5 6 


22 M 


f S. J. C, Trial, Lancaster, P. 
u -{ C. Concord, P. C. Nashua. 


6 43 


5 17 


morn. 


6 12 


23 T 


6 44 


5 16 


34 


7 21 


24 W 


r l 


6 46 


5 14 


1 38 


8 20 


25 T 


h 


6 47 


5 13 


2 39 


9 1 


26 Fi 


'i •{ P. C. Francestown. 


6 48 


5 12 


3 38 


9 41 


27 S, 


i 


6 50 


5 10 


4 40 


10 16 


28 S 


U 


6 51 


5 9 


5 43 


10 46 


29 M 




6 52 


5 8 


D rise 


11 20 


30 T 


u 


6 54 


5 6 


5 14 


11 54 


31 \^ 


T \ P. C. Newport. 


6 55 


5 5 


5 57 


morn. 



1860.1 NOVEMBER, 11th Month— 30 days. 



15 



Length of Days. 



D. H. 

619 
719 
8l9 
9;9 
10|9 



11(9 44 

1219 40 

13|9 38 

1419 36 

15|9 34 



Id.Ih. m.Md.Ih. m.IId.Ih. m.I 
|16|9 32| 2119 221126 9 12 
1 17(9 30 193 9 20| |27 9 101 
18|9 28j|23'9 18J J28.9 8 
|19;9 26, 24 9 16j|29J9 8 
|20|9 24j}25:9 14 [30*9 6[ 



Moon's Changes, Fulls and Quarters. 
d Last Quarter, 6th day, 4h. 49m. in the morning.— S. 
® New Moon, 12th day, 8h. 8m. in the evening. — N. W. 
D First Quarter, 20th day, 4h. 23m. in the morning. — N. E. 
O Full Moon, 28th day, 7h. 6m. in the morning.— W. 



Courts — Supreme Judicial, 
Probate, U. S. Distnct. 



|©r.|©s. 
h.m.h.m 



r.©s. 
h. m. 



High 

water, 



ljTh 

2Fri 
3Sa 
4Su 



M 

Tu 

W 

Th 

Fri 

10 Sa 



16|Fri 
17 Sa 
18|Su 
19iM 
20 Tu 



P. C. Keene, P. C. Lancas- 
ter, P. C. Somersworth, P. 
C. Tamworth, P. C. Ports- 
mouth. 
P. C. Exeter. 



S. J. C, Trial, Plymouth, P, 
C. Keene, P.C. Plymouth, P, 
C. Gilford. 



f P. C. Concord, P. C. Man- 

-{ Chester. 

\ P. C. Claremont. 

\ P. C. Mason Village. 



16 5615 4 


6 39 


16 57 5 3 


7 41 


! 6 59 5 1 


8 41 


7 05 


9 50 


7 1 


4 59 


11 30 


7 3 


4 57 


morn. 


7 4 


4 56 


17 


7 5 


4 55 


1 32 


7 6 


4 54 


2 46 


7 7 


4 53 


4 2 


7 8 


4 52 


5 22 


7 10 


4 50 


]) set. 


7 11 


4 49 


5 4 


7 12 


4 48 


5 58 


7 13 


4 47 


7 2 


7 14 


4 46 


8 9 


7 15 


4 45 


9 19 


7 16 


4 44 


10 23 


7 17 


4 43 


11 27 


7 18 


4 42 


morn. 


7 19 


4 41 


28 


7 20 


4 40 


1 28 


7 21 


4 39 


2 29 


7 22 


4 38 


3 29 


7 23 


4 37 


4 30 


7 24 


4 36 


5 32 


7 25 


4 35 


6 37 


7 26 


4 34 


Drise 


7 26 


4 34 


5 27] 


7 27 


4 33 


6 28 



36 
J 1 

1 54 

2 48 

3 38 

4 38 

5 53 

7 18 

8 29 

9 22 
!10 12 

10 56 

111 46 

lev. 21 

1 8 



8 47 

9 52 
: 10 18 

11 2 

:11 42 

1 morn. 

20 



16 DECEMBER, 12th Month— 31 days. [1860. 


Length of Days. 


D. Ih.m. 


d.|h.m.||d. 


H.M. 


d.|h.m. 


D. 


H.M.| 


d.|h.m 


. d. Ih.m. 1 |d. Ih.m. 


19 4 


518 58|| 9 


8 54 


13 


8 52 


17 


8 501 


2118 50 25|8 50j|29|8 52 
22|8 50 2618 50 ] 30 1 8 52 


219 2 


6 8 581 [10 


8 54 


14 


8 52 


18 


8 50 1 


3|9 


718 56||11 


8 54 


15 


8 52 


19 


8 501 


23 8 50 27|8 52j| 1 


4|9 


8|8 56| (12 8 52 


16 


8 50 


20 


8 50 


24J8 50 28|8 52J| | 


Moon's Changes, Fulls and Quarters. 


d Last Quarter, 5th day, lh. 26m. in the evening. — W. 


© New Moon, 12th day, 8h. 10m. in the morning. — S. E. 


D First Quarter, 20th day, lh. 28m. in the morning. — W. 


O Full Moon, 27th day, lOh. 3lm. in the evening.— S. E. 


H 


£ 


Courts — Supreme Judicial, 
Probate, U. S. District. 


0r.]©s. 


r.@s. 


High 


A 


ft 


h.m.|h.m. 


h. m. 


water. 


1 


Sa 


' S. J. C., Law, Concord, P. C. 


7 28" 


t 32 


7 36 


1 


2 


Su 


Ossipee Corner, P. C. Plais- 


7 29 < 


i 3i 


8 49 


I 42 


3 


M 


tow, P. C. Rochester, P. C. 


7 30' 


i 30 


10 1 


2 23 


4 


Tu 


- Keene. 


7 30 < 


1 30 


11 13 


3 7 


5 


W 


<{ P. C. Derry. 


7 31 < 


i 29 


morn. 


4 1 


6 


Th 


1 P. C. Chester. 


7 31< 


i 29 


29 


5 10 


7 


Fri 


\ P. C. Deerfield. 


7 32 


4 28 


1 39 


6 24 


8 


Sa 




7 32 


4 28 


2 50 


7 41 


9 


Sir 




7 33 


4 27 


4 13 


8 53 


10 


M 




7 33 


4 27 


5 20 


9 47 


11 


Tu 


«{ S. J. C., Law, Dover. 


7 33 


4 27 


6 40 


10 39 


12 


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STATISTICS. 



[June 21, 1788, at a convention of Delegates of New- 
Hampshire, held at Concord, the vote was taken, as one of 
the confederate States, on the acceptance of the Constitu- 
tion of the United States, and the vote was carried— 57 in 
favor of acceptance, and 47 against.] 

In the following pages and tables may be found : 

1 . Some ^abstracts of the laws enacted, directing the manner of 
the choice of Electors : state qj the votes for Electors, as re- 
corded, and the votes of the Electors cast for President and 
Vice-President, from 1788 to 1856 inclusive, and the name of 
the President and Vice-President, as finally declared elected. 

2. Representatives to Congress, time of choice, and state of the 
vote, as recorded, from 1788 to 1859 inclusive. 

3. State of the vote, as recorded, for the choice of a Chief 
Magistrate annually, beginning with March, 1784, and ending 
March, 1859. 



From an act passed November 12, 1788, on directing the 
choice of Electors for the choice of the first President and 
Vice-President of the United States : 

And be it further enacted, by the authority aforesaid, That 
the inhabitants of the several towns and parishes, plantations 
and places incorporated, qualified as aforesaid, shall, on the 
third Monday of December next, in town-meeting assem- 
bled, give in their»votes for five persons, inhabitants of this 
State, who shall not be continental Senators, Representatives, 
or persons holding offices of profit or trust under the United 
States, to be the Electors for this State, which votes shall be 
taken, recorded, sealed and transmitted to the Secretary's 
office, at the same time and in like manner as votes for Rep- 
resentatives to the Congress of the United States, as is by 
this act required ; and the secretary shall lay such votes 
before the General Court, to be counted and examined in the 
same manner as votes for the Representatives ; and the per- 
sons having a majority of votes shall, on the first Wednes- 
day of January next, be duly appointed and declared elected. 



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STATISTICS. 



And in case it shall so happen that the whole, or any part 
of the number of Electors are not chosen by the people, 
then the General Court shall take a number of names out of 
the candidates who have the highest number of votes, equal 
to double the number of Electors wanting, from which the 
Senate and House shall, in such way and manner as may 
be by thern agreed on, proceed to appoint the Electors want- 
ing, who shall be declared the Electors of this State, for the 
President and Vice-President of the United States, and no- 
tified to attend their duty as such. 

And be it further enacted, by the authority aforesaid, That if 
a vacancy shall happen in either of said cases, they shall be 
filled up in manner aforesaid. — Edition of Laws, 1789, page 
169. 

January 6, 1789, a joint committee, appointed from both 
Houses to count the votes for Electors, reported : 

" The whole number of votes, 20,142, and it appears there 
is no one chosen, and the ten highest numbers are : 



Gen. Bellows, 1,759 

E. Thompson, 1,063 

John Parker, Esq., 851 

Col. Wentworth, 667 

Col. Smith, 543 



Hon. Jno. Pickering, 1,364 

Gen. Sullivan, 872 

Judge Dudley, 718 

Gen. Folsome, 589 

Gen. Cillev,.... 528 



" Signed : Robert Wallace, for the Committee" 

January 7, the House proposed to choose the Electors in 
separate branches. Non-concurred by the Senate. 

After several motions were made and lost by each House, 
one among the number was of the House : 

" Voted, That the names of ten persons who have the 
highest number of votes as Electors for a President of the 
United States be put into a box, and that the secretary and 
clerk of the House, under the inspection of two members of 
each branch, draw out the names of five persons, who shall 
be considered as electors of this State." Non-concurred by 
the Senate. 

Finally, after a conference was held by a joint committee, 
the Senate made the following elections for Electors, and 
asked the concurrence of the House, which was given by a 
majority of 21 votes : 



Hon. Benjamin Bellows, 
John Pickering, Esq.,. 
Ebenezer Thompson, Esq., 



John Sullivan, Esq., 
John Parker, Esq. 



STATISTICS. 19 

And a rote passed, " That the Electors within this State, 
for a President and Vice-President of the United States, meet 
at Exeter, on the day appointed by the resolve of Congress 
for that purpose." 

The resolve of Congress was, That the first Wednesday 
in January next be the day for appointing Electors in the 
several States, which, before the said day, shall have ratified 
the said Constitution ; that the first Wednesday of February 
next be the day for the Electors to assemble in their respec- 
tive States, and vote for a President; and that the first 
Wednesday of March next be the time, and the present seat 
of Congress (New- York) the place, for commencing the pro- 
ceedings under the said Constitution. 

February 5, 1789, the first Wednesday in the month, the 
Electors met at Exeter, and cast their votes for President 
and Vice-President of the United States, for the first term 
under the Constitution of the United States : 

George Washington, of Virginia, had 5 votes for President. 
John Adams, of Massachusetts, had 5 votes for President. 

George Washington was subsequently declared elected 
President, and John Adams Vice-President. 

The 4th of March, 1789, was the day set apart to com- 
mence operations, under the Constitution, ratified by eleven 
States, and which had chosen Senators and Representatives 
to Congress ; but a quorum in either House not appearing, 
the House of Representatives adjourned from day to day 
until Wednesday, the first day of April, when a majority- 
appeared a quorum to do business, they elected a Speaker 
and Clerk, and proceeded to business ; the Senate, in like 
manner, adjourned from day to day, until Monday, the 6th 
day of April, when, a quorum appearing, " the Senate pro- 
ceeded, by ballot, to the choice of a President, for the sole 
purpose of opening and counting the votes for President of 
the United States." 

On the 6th of April, 1789, the votes were counted, in the 
presence of the Senate and House of Representatives, and 
it appeared that George Washington was unanimously elect- 
ed President, and John Adams was duly elected Vice-Presi- 
dent of the United States, agreeably to the Constitution. 

On Tuesday, April 30, 1789, the President was introduced 
into the Senate Chamber, by a committee appointed for the 
purpose, and was attended to the gallery, in front of the 
Senate Chamber, by the Vice-President and Senators, the 



20 STATISTICS. 

Speaker and Representatives, and other public characters 
present. 

The oath, required by the Constitution, was then adminis- 
tered to George Washington, by the Chancellor of the State 
of New -York, and after which he proclaimed, " Long live 
George Washington, President of the United States." 

November 1, 1792, rt a meeting of the President and 
Council, the votes for Electors were examined and reported : 

The whole number of votes, 25,564 

Necessary to a choice, 2,131 

No one had the requisite number of votes, consequently 
no election. 

The twelve persons who had the highest number of votes 
were : 



Josiah Bartlett, 
JohnT. Gilman, 
Benjamin Bellows, 
Jonathan Freeman, 
John Pickering, 
Ebenezer Thompson, 



Joseph Cilley, 
Timothy Farrar, 
Timothy Walker, 
Ebenezer Smith, 
Daniel Eindge, 
Thomas Cogswell, Esqrs., 



and out of which, six Electors to be chosen. 

November 23, 1792, at a meeting of the President and 

Council, the votes were examined for Electors, and reported 

the following persons elected : 
Josiah Bartlett ? I John Pickering, 

John Taylor Gilman, Benjamin Bellows, 

Jonathan Freeman, | Ebenezer Thompson, Esqrs. 

No statement of the votes recorded. 

The Electors met at Exeter on the first Wednesday in 
December, 1792, and cast their votes for the second term. 

George Washington, of Virginia, had 6 votes for President. 
John Adams, of Massachusetts, had 6 votes for President. 

George Washington was subsequently declared elected 
President, and John Adams Vice-President. 

June 15, 1796, an act was passed changing the mode of 
the election of Electors, so that, in case there being no election 
by the people, in part or all, then the choice shall- be made 
in convention of the House and Senate, by joint ballot. 

In case there are two or more having an equal number of 
votes, then the names of such are put into a box, and the 
secretary draws from the box, in the presence of the Senate 
and House, in convention, the requisite number. 



STATISTICS. 21 

November 25, 1796, the following statement, in conven- 
tion of both Houses, of the votes for the choice of Electors : 

The whole number of votes, 4,374 

Necessary to a choice, 2,188 

Oliver Peabody, Esq., had.. 3,719 l Benja. Bellows, Esq., had. .3,176 

His Excellency, John T.Gil- Timothy Farrar, Esq., had.. 3,027 

man, had 3,408 | Eben'r Thompson,Esq.,had.2,867 

No other person having a majority, the two candidates 
for the sixth Elector are Bezaleel Woodward, Esq., who re- 
ceived 2,077 votes, and Timothy Walker, Esq., 836. 

By joint ballot, in convention, Timothy Walker, Esq., 
was elected. 

On the first Wednesday of December, 1796, the Electors 
cast their votes for the third term, 

John Adams, of Massachusetts, had 6 votes for President. 

Oliver Ellsworth, of Connecticut, had 6 votes for President. 

John Adams was subsequently declared elected President, 
and Thomas Jefferson, of Virginia, Vice-President. 

June 14, 1800, an act was approved, directing a new mode 
for choosing Electors : 

* # * " That the said Court shall, on the fourth Wednes- 
day of November next, choose, by joint ballot of both 
branches of the Legislature, in convention, six persons, con- 
stitutionally qualified, as Electors, for this State, of President 
and Vice-President of the United States ; and in case the 
Electors should not be chosen by a majority of votes, the 
two persons balloted for, having the highest number of votes, 
shall be candidates, out of whom one shall be elected by bal- 
lot as aforesaid, and in this mode the appointment of the six 
Electors shall be completed/' 

And the act further provides, that the Electors shall meet 
at Concord, on the first Wednesday in December, 1800, and 
there cast their votes for President and Vice-President of 
the United States, according to law. 

November 26, 1800, both Houses met in Convention, and 
chose for Electors : 

Oliver Peabody, I Timothy Farrar, 

John Prentice, Benjamin Bellows, 

Ebenezer Thompson, | Arthur Livermore. 

On the first Wednesday of December, 1800, the Electors 
cast their votes, at Concord, for the fourth term. 

John Adams, of Massachusetts, had 6 votes for President. 
C. C. Pinckney, of South-Carolina, had 6 votes for President. 



22 STATISTICS. 

No choice by the people. In the House Thomas Jefferson 
was elected on the 36th ballot. Aaron Burr was chosen 
Vice-President. 

June 21, 1804, an act was passed giving the choice of 
Electors again to the people at large. 

An extract below is given to show the manner of proceed- 
ing in case a part or all of the Electors are not elected by 
the people : 

" But in case more than seven persons shall have a major- 
ity of votes, then those seven persons who have the highest 
number of votes shall be declared Electors ; but if there 
shall not be any or the whole number having such majority, 
the Senate and House of Representatives, in convention 
aforesaid, shall cause to be made out a list of the persons 
not chosen, having the highest number of votes, equal to 
double the number of Electors wanted ; and if, in making 
out such list, it shall happen that two or more persons voted 
for have an equal number of votes, which number is also 
high enough to entitle the candidate to a place in said list, 
the names of such persons shall be put into a box, and the 
secretary, not being one of the candidates, shall, in presence 
of said convention, draw the number wanted to complete 
said list, from which list said convention shall elect by ballot 
the number of Electors wanted, and the person or persons, 
having a majority of said votes, shall be appointed and de- 
clared Electors/' 

November 24, 1804, both Houses met in convention and 
reported : 

The whole number of votes,. 17,452 

Necessary to a choice, 8,727 



John Goddard had 9,084 

Levi Bartlett had 9,088 

Jonathan Steele had 9,033 

Robert Alcock had 9,075 



Timothy Walker had. . . 9,048 

George Aldrich had 8,995 

William Tarlton had 9,072 



On the first Wednesday in December, 1804, the Electors 
cast their votes for the fifth term, 
Thomas Jefferson, of Virginia, had 7 votes for President. 
George Clinton, of New-York, had 7 votes for Vice-President. 

— and were subsequently declared elected. 

The Constitution of the United States is so altered that 
the President and Vice-President are voted for by the Elect- 
ors as two distinct officers, and are required to be named as 
such in their votes. 



STATISTICS. 23 

November 29, 1808, both Houses met in convention and 
reported : 

The whole number of votes, 26,721 

Necessary to a choice, 13,361 

Jeremiah Smith had 14,006 Robert Wallace had 13,980 

Oliver Peabody had 13,998 Benjamin West had 13,983 

Timothy Farrar had 13,987 Jonathan Franklin had. , .13,972 

Samuel Hale had 13,929 

On the first Wednesday of December, 1808, the Electors 
cast their votes for the sixth term. 

C. C. Pinckney, of South-Carolina, had 7 votes for President. 
Rufus King, of New-York, had 7 votes for Vice-President. 

And subsequently James Madison, of Virginia, was de- 
clared elected President, and George Clinton, of New- York, 
Vice-President. 

November 25, 1812, both Houses met in convention and 
reported : 

The whole number of votes, 84,800 

Necessary to a choice, 17,401 



John Goddard had 20,386 

Oliver Peabody had 18,844 

Samuel Hale had 18,908 

Nathan Tavlor had 18,839 



Timothy Farrar had 18,958 

Benjamin West had 18,942 

Caleb Ellis had 18,953 

Jonathan Franklin had.. . .18,957 



Sixty-five votes were cast in Newcastle, by drafted militia, 
for John Langdon, Timothy Walker, Kichard Dame, Benja- 
min Pierce, J. K. Smith, Amasa Allen, Nahum Parker, Abel 
Merrill ; also four Electoral votes cast for a ticket slightly 
differing from the last named above. Stewartstown detached 
troops voted, but they reported the votes were illegally 
cast. 

On the first Wednesday of December, 1812, the Electors 
cast their votes for the seventh term. 

DeWitt Clinton, of New-York, had 8 votes for President. 
Elhridge Gerry, of Massachusetts, had 1 vote for Vice-President 
Jared Ingersoll, of Pennsylvania, had 7 votes for Vice-President. 

James Madison, of Virginia, was subsequently elected 
President, and Elbridge Gerry, Vice-President. 



24 STATISTICS. 

November 25, 1816, both Houses met in convention and 
reported : 

Whole number of votes, 227,838 

r to a choice, 14,240 

Thomas Manning had 15,109 

Benjamin Butler had 15,167 

William Badger had 15,095 

Amos Cogswell had 15,097 

Richard H. Ayer had 15,188 

Jacob Tuttle had 15,044 

Thomas C. Drew had 15,112 

Dan Young had 15,182 



John Taylor Gilman had... 13,315 
Nathaniel A. Haven had. .13,213 

Samuel Hale had 13,353 

Robert Means had 13,367 

Thomas Bellows had 13,190 

George B. Upham had. . . .13,107 
Benjamin J. Gilbert had.. 13^111 
William Webster had 13,290 



" And there are, for several other persons, three hundred 
and thirty-three votes." 

On the first Wednesday of December, 1816, the Electors 
cast their votes for the eighth term. 

James Monroe, of Virginia, had 8 votes for President. 

Daniel D. Tompkins, of New-York, had 8 votes for Vice-President. 

— and subsequently were declared elected. 

November 24, 1820, both Houses met in convention and 
reported : 

The whole number of votes, 75,909 

[Necessary to a choice,., 4,745] 

Considered as scattering, 1,619 



William Plumer had. 9,282 

William Fisk had 9,259 

Samuel Dinsmoor had 9,366 

Ezra Bartlett had 9,444 



David Barker had 9,061 

John Pendexter had 9,412 

James Smith had 9,130 

Nathaniel Shannon had 9,336 



On the first Wednesday of December, 1820, the Electors 
cast their votes for the ninth term. 

James Monroe, of Virginia, had 7 votes for President. 
John Quincy Adams, of Massachusetts, had 1 vote for President. 
Daniel D. Tompkins, of New-York, had 7 votes for Vice-President. 
Richard Rush, of Pennsylvania, had 1 vote for Vice-President. 

James Monroe was subsequently declared elected Presi- 
dent, and Daniel D. Tompkins Vice-President. 

November 24, 1824, both houses met in convention and 
reported : 

The whole number of votes, 74,872 

Necessary to a choice, 4,680 



Josiah Bartlett had 9,; 

William Badger had 9,344 

Samuel Quart es had 9,329 

William Fisk had 9,389 



Abel Parker had.. 

Caleb Keith had 8,869 

Hall Burgin had 9,107 

Moses White had 6,282 



STATISTICS. 25 

On the first Wednesday of December, 1824, the Electors 
cast their votes for the tenth term. 

John Q. Adams, of Massachusetts, had 8 votes for President. 
John C. Calhoun, of S. Carolina, had 7 votes for Yice-President. 
Andrew Jackson, of Tennessee, had 1 vote for Vice-President. 

John Q. Adams and John C. Calhoun were subsequently 
declared elected. John Q. Adams was elected by the House. 

November 22, 1828, both Houses met in convention, and 
reported : 

The whole number of votes 360,319 

Necessary to a choice, 22.520 

Considered as scattering, 1,249 



John Harvey had 20,686 

Benning M. Bean had 20,910 

William Pickering had. . . .20,922 

Jesse Bowers had 20,910 

Aaron Matson had 20,725 

Jonathan Nye had 20,768 

Stephen P. Webster had. .20,676 
Moses White had 20,893 



George Sullivan had 24,076 

Samuel Quarles had 23,873 

Samuel Sparhawk had 24,124 

William Bixby had 24,050 

Nahum Parker had 24,115 

Thomas Woolson had 24,118 

Ezra Bartlett had 24,115 

William Lovejoy had 24,110 

On the first Wednesday of December, 1828, the Electors 
cast their votes for the eleventh term. 

John Q. Adams, of Massachusetts, had 8 votes for President. 
Richard Rush, of Pennsylvania, had 8 votes for Vice-President. 

Andrew Jackson, of Tennessee, was subsequently declared 
elected President, and John C. Calhoun, of South-Carolina, 
Vice-President. 

November 23, 1832, both Houses met in convention, and 
reported : 

The whole number of votes, 321,858 

Necessary to a choice, 22,989 

Considered as scattering, 1,394 



Langley Boardman had... 19, 615 

Enoch Place had 19,627 

Joshua Darling had 19,487 

Edmund Parker had 19,597 

Thomas Bellows had 19,597 

George B. Upham had 19,554 



Benjamin Pierce had 26,269 

Phinehas Parkhurst had.. .26.258 

Samuel Collins had 26^262 

John Taylor had 26,058 

John Holbrook had 26,197 

Joseph Weeks had 26,266 



John French had. 19,609 Moses White had 26.137 

On the first Wednesday of December, 1832, the Electors 
cast their votes for the twelfth term. 

Andrew Jackson, of Tennessee, had 7 votes for President. 
Martin Van Buren, of New-York, had 7 votes for Vice-President; 

— and subsequently were declared elected. 
2 



26 



STATISTICS. 



.174,835 
. 12,490 
. 708 



November 25, 1836, both Houses met in convention and 
reported : 

The whole number of votes,. . , 

Necessary to a choice, , 

Considered as scattering, 

John Wallace, Jr., had 1,624 

John Wallace had .4,491 

Samuel Bell had 6,228 

Jeremiah Wilson had 6,182 

William A. Kent had 6,219 

Samuel Grant had 6,146 

Joseph Healey had 6,212 

Joseph Sawyer had 6,190 



Jonathan Harvey had 18,697 

Isaac Waldron had 18,658 

Tristram Shaw had 18,697 

Stephen Gale had 18,669 

Josiah Russell had 18,722 

Gawin Gilmore had. 18,675 

Ebenezer Carlton had 18,697 



On the first Wednesday of December, 1836, the Electors 
cast their votes for the thirteenth term. 

Martin Van Buren, of New-York, had 7 votes for President. 
Richard M. Johnson, of Kentucky, had 7 votes for Vice-President; 

— and were subsequently declared elected. 

November 20, 1840, both Houses met in convention, and 
reported : 



The whole number of votes,. . 

Necessary to a choice, 

Considered as scattering, 

Samuel Patch had 51 

George Nesmith had 90 

Amos Brewster had 140 

John P. Weeks had 104 

Thomas Edwards had 148 

George B. Nesmith had 225 

John Weeks had 196 

Joseph Healey had 26,248 

George W. Nesmith had. . .25,930 

Joseph Cilley had 26,248 

Andrew Peirce had 26,434 



413,146 

29,511 

799 

Andrew Bixby had 26,247 

Thomas M. Edwards had. .26,100 

Amos A. Brewster had 26,110 

John W. Weeks had 32,371 

Stephen Perley had 32,663 

Samuel Hatch had 32,620 

Andrew Pierce, Jr., had.. .32,419 

John Scott had 32,670 

Francis Holbrook had . . .32,669 
Samuel Burns had 32,664 



On the first Wednesday of December, 1 840, the Electors 
cast their votes for the fourteenth term. 

Martin Van Buren, of New-York, had 7 votes for President. 
Richard M. Johnson, of Kentucky, had 7 votes for Vice-President. 

^William H. Harrison, of Ohio, was subsequently declar- 
ed elected President, and John Tyler, of Virginia, Vice-Pres- 
ident. 



* President Harrison died April 4, 1841, aged 68 years, and John 
Tyler, of Virginia, succeeded to the office of President of the United 

States 



STATISTICS. 27 

November 25, 1844, both Houses met in convention, and 
reported : 

The whole number of votes, 293,848 

Necessary to a choice, 24,488 

Considered as scattering, . 2,l r " 



Jesse Woodbury had 4,142 

Peter Clark had 4,150 

Noah Piper had 4,152 

Daniel Adams had .... 4,143 

Reuben Porter had 4,139 

Isaac Crosby had 4,098 

Joseph Low had 17,776 

Joseph Healey had 17,762 

John Rogers had 17,769 



Benjamin M. Farley had. .17,610 
Samuel Garfield had. .... .16,697 

Rufus Parish had 17,766 

William Badger had 27,001 

John McNeil had. 27,003 

Elijah R. Currier had 26,762 

Isaac Hale had 26,845 

Elijah Sawyer had 26,844 

John L. Putnam had 27,016 



On the first Wednesday of December, 1844, the Electors 
east their votes for the fifteenth term, 

James K. Polk, of Tennessee, had 6 votes for President. 

Geo. M. Dallas, of Pennsylvania, had 6 votes for Vice-President; 

—and were subsequently declared elected. 

November 24, 1848, both Houses met in convention, and 
reported. 

The Whole number of votes, 307,224 

Necessary to a choice, 25,602 

Considered as scattering, 6,654 



John Page had 7,556 

Daniel Hoit had. . . . . 7,559 

John Dow had 7,553 

Thomas Perkins had 7,115 

Salma Hale had 7,556 

John H. White had 7,551 

James Bell had 14,787 

William Haile had 14,789 

John B. Wentworth had. .14,784 



Richard Bradley had 14.789 

Edmund Parker had 14,785 

Jonathan Kittredge had. . .14,788 

Samuel Tilton had 27,758 

Jesse Bowers had 27,758 

Joseph H. Smith had 27,760 

Jonathan Eastman had.. . .27,762 

Richard H. Ayer had 27,760 

Simeon Warner had 27,758 



On the first Wednesday of December, 1848, the Electors 
met and cast their votes for the sixteenth term. 

Lewis Cass, of Michigan, had 6 votes for President. 

William O. Butler, of Kentucky, had 6 votes for Vice-President. 

^Zachary Taylor, of Louisiana, was subsequently declared 
elected President, and Millard Fillmore, of New- York, Vice- 
President. 

December 13, 1848, an amendment to an act approved, 
giving the election to the requisite number of persons who 

* President Taylor died July 9, 1850, aged 65 years, and Millard 
Fillmore succeeded to the office of President of the United States. 



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STATISTICS. 



shall have the largest number of votes. If two or more per- 
sons shall have an equal number of votes, then the Senate 
and House, in convention, shall choose by ballot the requi- 
site number. 

November 24, 1852, both Houses met in convention, and 
reported : 

Considered as scattering, , 65 votes. 



Aaron Quimby had. ....... 6,564 

Samuel Griffin had 6,565 

Alonzo Smith had 6,565 

Alvah Smith had 6,567 

Nathaniel S. Berry had.. .. 6,568 
Thomas M. Edwards had. .15,584 
Wm. H. Y. Hackett had. .15,534 
Austin F. Pike had 15,537 



Aaron H. Cragin had 15,539 

Daniel M. Christie had 15,540 

Henry Hubbard had 28,879 

Samuel Jones had . 28,882 

Jabez A. Douglas had 28,883 

Samuel Webster had 28,884 

Nathaniel B< Baker had. . .28,884 



On the first Wednesday of December, 1852, the Electors 
cast their votes for the seventeenth term. 

Franklin Pierce, of New-Hampshire, had 5 votes for President. 
William R. King, of Alabama, had 5 votes for Vice-President; 

~- and were subsequently declared elected. 

July 8, 1854, the law was changed, and the Secretary re- 
quired to lay the votes returned for Electors before the Gov- 
ernor and Council, on the last Wednesday but one of No- 
vember, to examine the same, aod declare the persons duly 
elected. 

November, 1856, the Governor and Council declared the 
state of the vote as follows : 



David Bufflim had 31,889 

Eleazer Martin had 31.882 

Wm. H. H. Bailey had. . . . 37&90 
Thomas L. Whitton had. . .37,591 

Daniel Clark had. ., 371589 

John H. White had 37,590 

Thomas M. Edwards had. .37,589 



William Choate had 407 

Rufus C. Stevens had 407 

Isaac Riddle had 409 

Daniel W. Farrar had 408 

Charles B. Haddock had... 407 

Daniel Ma rev had. 31,891 

Jonathan T. "Chase had.. . .31,889 
Horace Chase had 31,889 

On the first Wednesday of December, 1856, the Electors 
cast their votes for the eighteenth term. 

John C. Fremont, of California, had 5 votes for President. 
William L. Dayton, of New-Jersey, had 5 votes for Vice-President. 

James Buchanan, of Pennsylvania, was subsequently de- 
clared elected President, and John C. Breckinridge, of 
Kentucky, Vice-President. 



29 



REPRESENTATIVES TO CONGRESS. 

[From 1775 to 1789 the Delegates were chosen by the Leg- 
islature to serve in the Continental Congress when called 
upon. The names and time of choice are given in the New- 
Hampshire Register for the year 1853. Also, Dr. Belknap's 
list of those who actually attended the Continental Con- 
gress.] 

January 2, 1789, the committee appointed by the House to 
examine the votes returned for three Representatives to Con- 
gress, report, after a thorough examination, and the report 
was accepted, sent up to the Senate, accepted and returned. 

There being no choice, a new election was ordered. 

The whole number of votes, 15,377 

Necessary to a'choice, 2,563 

Hon. Benj. West had 2,374 I Hon. Abiel Foster had 1,236 

Hon. Sam'l Livermore had .2,245 Hon. John Sullivan had 861 

Hon. Payne Wingate had. .2,054 I 

February 21, 1789, the President and Council examined 
the return of votes, and found : 

Benj. West, Esq., had 2,733 ( Hon. Abiel Foster had 1,612 

Hon. Judge Livermore had.2,166 | Hon. John Sullivan had 154 

Hon. Nicholas Oilman had. 1,619 j Hon. Payne Wingate had. . 4 

By which it appears that the Hon. Benjamin West, Sam- 
uel Livermore and Nicholas Gilman, Esquires, are chosen to 
represent this State in Congress. 

The Hon. Benjamin West declined his election, and May 
20 a new election was ordered for a choice to fill the va- 
cancy. 

The President and Council declared the whole number of 
votes 3,094, and Abiel Foster had 1,804, which was a major- 
ity over the whole, and was declared elected. 

November 1, 1792, the President and Council counted the 
votes, and declared 

The whole number of votes, 20,222 

Necessary to a choice, 2,528 

Hon. Jeremiah Smith had. .4,306 i Payne Wingate had 2,160 

Nicholas Gilman had 2,912 Abiel Foster had 1,580 

John S. Sherburne had 2,536 I 

November 24, 1792, the President and Council counted 
the votes, and found Payne Wingate had a majority of votes 
over all others, and was declared elected. 



30 STATISTICS. 

September 26, 1794, the Governor and Council counted 
the votes returned for the choice of four Representatives to 
Congress. 

The whole number of votes, 18,455 

Necessary to a choice, 2,307 

Hon. Jeremiah Smith had. .3,782 \ Hon. Abiel Foster had 2,052 

Hon. J. S. Sherburne had.. .3,175 | Hon Payne Wingate had.. .1,492 
Hon. Nicholas Giiman had.2,405 j 

December 29, 1794, the Governor and Council counted 
the votes of a second choice. 

Hon. Abiel Foster had 4,171 | Hon. Payne Wingate had 875 

— and Abiel Foster was declared elected. 

Hon. Jeremiah Smith resigned his seat in Congress. 

November 25, 1797, the Governor and Council counted 
the votes cast to fill the vacancy. 

The whole number of votes, 5,555 

Hon. Peleg 'Sprague had 3,697 

— and was declared elected. 

September 25, 1798, the Governor and Council counted 
the votes for the election of four members to Congress. 

The whole number of votes,. . . 23,810 

Necessary to a choice, 2,977 

Hon. Abiel Foster had , .5,726 ( Hon. Jona. Freeman had. .4,999 

Hon. William Gordon had.. 5,152 J Hon. Peleg Sprague had. . .4,637 

December 13, 1799, the Governor and Council counted 
the votes for the election of one to fill vacancy caused by the 
resignation of Peleg Sprague. 

The whole number of votes, 5,208 

Hon. James Sheafe had 3,605 

— and was elected. 

September 20, 1800, the Governor and Council counted 
the votes for the election of one to fill the vacancy made by 
the resignation of William Gordon. 

The whole number of votes, 6,751 

Necessary to a choice, 3,376 

Hon. Samuel Tenney had.. 2,921 | Hon. Geo. B. Upham had. .1,377 
— and no choice. 

At the same time the votes were counted for the election 
of four Representatives. 

The whole number of votes, 28,319 

Necessary to a choice, 3,540 



STATISTICS. 31 

Hon. Abiel Foster had 5,472 | Hon. Geo. B. Upham had. .4.681 

Hon. Samuel Tenney had. .5,000 ] Hon. Joseph Tierce had 4^227 

November 22, 1800, the Governor and Council counted the 
votes for the second choice, to fill the vacancy caused by the 
resignation of William Gordon. 

The whole number of votes, 2,568 

Necessary to a choice, 1,285 

Hon. Samuel Tenney had 1,818 

— and was elected. 

September 25, 1802, the Governor and Council counted 
the votes for a person to fill the vacancy made by the resig- 
nation of Joseph Pierce. 

The whole number of votes, 9,531 

Necessary to a choice, 4,766 

Samuel Hunt, Esq., had. 5,322 

—and was elected. 

Also counted the votes returned for the election of five 
Representatives to Congress. 

The whole number of votes . , 48,722 

Necessary to a choice, , 4,873 

Hon. Samuel Hunt had. . . .5,823 | Hon. Clifton Claggett had.. 5,497 

Hon. David Hough had 5,755 Hon. Samuel Tenney had. .6,135 

Hon. Silas Betton had 5,651 [ 

September 26, 1804, the Governor and Council counted 

the votes for the choice of five members. 

The whole number of votes, 105,852 

Necessary to a choice, 10,586 

Hon. Silas Betton had.'. . .10,977 Hon. Caleb Ellis had 10,972 

Hon. Samuel Tenney had.. 10,988 i Hon. David Hough had.. .10,979 

Hon. T.W.Thompson had.10,977 I 

September 22, 1806, the Governor and Council counted 

the votes for members to Congress. 

The whole number of votes, , 47,211 

Necessary to a choice, 4,722 

Hon. Clement Storer had. .5,625 ( Hon. Francis Gardner had.. 5.677 

Hon. Daniel M. Durell had..5;i23 Hon. Peter Carleton had. . .5^695 

Hon. Jed'h K. Smith had. .5,773 | 

September 27, 1808, the Governor and Council counted 
the votes for members to Congress. 

The whole number of votes, 136,490 

Necessary to a choice, 13,650 

Hon. Nath'l A. Haven had.15,015 f Hon. John C. Chamberlain 

Hon. William Hale had. . .15,024 I had 14,965 

Hon. James Wilson had. .14,922 I Hon. Daniel Blaisdell had.14,967 



32 STATISTICS. 

September 21, 1810, the Governor and Council counted the 
votes for five members to Congress. 

The whole number of votes, .114,950 

Necessary to a choice 11,496 

Hon. Sam'l Dinsmoor had.11,525 | Hon. Josiah Bartiett had. 11,550 

Hon. John Sullivan, Hon. William Hale, Roger Yose, 
Esq., Daniel Blaisdell, Esq., Obed Hall, Esq., and John A. 
Harper, Esq., the last six named received the highest num- 
ber of votes, and were given out to the people to select three 
for a second choice. 

May 16, 1811, the Governor and Council counted the 
votes for a second choice. 

" The number of votes legally returned for each of the six 
persons named in the precept issued on the 24th of of Sep- 
tember last appears to be as follows : 

Hon. John A. Harper had.15,132 I William Hale, Esq., had. . .13,639 

Obed Hall, Esq., had 15,127 Daniel Blaisdell, Esq., had.13,465 

Geo. Sullivan, Esq., had. .13,663 [ Roger Yose, Esq., had 220 

The three persons first named, viz: the Hon. John A. 
Harper, Obed Hall and George Sullivan, Esquires, being the 
three candidates who are found to have the highest number 
of votes, are declared to be elected." 

November 27, 1812, the Governor and Council counted 
the returns of votes for six members to Congress. 

The whole number of votes, 207.996 

Necessary to a choice, 17,334 

Daniel Webster had 18,597 I Samuel Smith had 18,569 

Bradbury Cilley had 18,585 Roger Vose had 18,611 

William Hale had 18,583 | Jeduthan Wilcox had.. . . .18,479 

Portsmouth, September 30, 1814, the Governor and Coun- 
cil examined the return of votes for one person to fill the va- 
cancy occasioned by the resignation of the Hon. Samuel 
Smith. 

The whole number of votes 34,939 

Necessary to a choice, . . 17,470 

Parker Noyes had 16,932 | David L. Morril had 16,805 

— and several other persons had 1,202 — no choice. 

At the same time the votes were counted for six Itepresent- 
atives to Congress, from March 4, 1815. 

The whole number of votes, \ 208.339 

Necessary to a choice, 17.363 



STATISTICS. 33 

Daniel Webster had 18,126 1 Charles H. Atherton had. .17,984 

Bradbury Cilley had 18,124 Roger Vose had 18,126 

William Hale had 18,130 | Jeduthan Wilcox had 18,118 

November 30, 1816, the Governor and Council counted 
the votes for six members to Congress. 

The whole number of votes, 175,075 

Necessary to a choice, 14,590 

Josiah Butler had 15,332 f Clifton Claggett had ; 15,360 

John F. Parrott had 15,050 Salma Hale had 15,411 

Nathaniel Upham had 15,386 | Arthur Livermore had 15,217 

May 11, 1819, the Governor and Council counted the votes 
for six Representatives. 

The whole number of votes, 122,949 

Necessary to a choice, 10,246 

Josiah Butler had 13,215 l Joseph Buffum, Jr., had.. .11,380 

Nathaniel Uphani had 13,378 Arthur Livermore had. . . .13,808 

Clifton Claggett had 13,100 | William Plumer, Jr., had. .10,598 

December 1, 1820, the Governor and Council counted the 
votes for six members, from March 4, 1821. 

The whole number of votes, 61,175 

Necessary to a choice, 5,099 

Josiah Butler had 9,670 j Matthew Harvey had 8,691 

William Plumer, Jr., had. .9,898 Aaron Matson had. 8,476 

Nathaniel Upham had 9,861 1 Thomas Whipple, Jr., had..6,346 

'November 27, 1822, the Governor and Council counted 
the votes for six Representatives. 

The whole number of votes, 72,193 

Necessary to a choice, 6,017 

William Plumer, Jr., had.. 8,131 Ichabod Bartlett had 10.461 

Matthew Harvey had 11,650 Edmund Parker had 4,745 

Aaron Matson had 10,701 Arthur Livermore, 2,761 

Thomas Whipple, Jr., had.11,320 

— Charles Woodman had 4,002, and died before the choice 
of the sixth member. 

May 13, 1823, the Governor and Council counted the votes 
for the sixth member ; and it appeared that the Hon. Arthur 
Livermore had the highest number of votes, and was declar- 
ed elected. 

November 29, 1824, the Governor and Council counted the 
votes, and declared 

The whole number of votes, 72,066 s 

Necessary to a choice, 6,406 

Ichabod Bartlett had 11,( 



Nehemiah Eastman had. . . 6,823 

Jonathan Harvey had 6,105 

James Miller had 6,923 

2* 



Thomas Whipple, Jr., had.. 8,690 

Ezekiel Webster had .5,928 

Joseph Healey had 5,479 



34 STATISTICS. 

May 13, 1825, the Governor and Council counted the votes 
for the sixth member, and Joseph Healey had the highest 
number of votes, and was declared elected. 

At the same time the votes were counted for a person to 
fill the vacancy made by the resignation of James Miller. 

The whole number of votes, 18,969, and Titus Brown had 
18,258, and was declared elected. 

May 17, 1827, the Governor and Council counted the votes 
for six members to Congress. 

The whole number of votes, 134,955 

Necessary to a choice, 11,247 

Ichabod Bartlett had 22,680 < Titus Brown had 22,354 

David Barker, Jr., had. . . .14,456 Joseph Healey had 21,515 

Jonathan Harvey had 20,873) Thomas Whipple, Jr., had.12,189 

May 15, 1829, the Governor and Council counted the votes 
for six Representatives. 

The whole number of votes, 241,057 

Necessary to a choice, 20,089 

John Brodhead had .21.831 f Thomas Chandler had 21,772 

Joseph Hammons had 21,766 Henry Hubbard had 21,571 

Jonathan Harvey had 21,767] John W. Weeks had 21,578 

May 17, 1831, the Governor and Council counted the 
votes for six members to Congress. 

The whole number of votes, 244,518 

Necessary to a choice, 20,378 

John Brodhead had 22,227 ( Thomas Chandler had 22,291 

Joseph Hammons had 22.272 Henry Hubbard had, 22,067 

Joseph M. Harper had. . . .22,022 | John W. Weeks had 21,913 

May 18, 1833, the Governor and Council counted the 
votes for five members to Congress. 

The whole number of votes, 158,824 

Necessary to a choice, 15,883 

Joseph M. Harper had. . . .22,922 j Robert Burns had 23,038 

Benning M. Bean had 23,059 Henry Hubbard had 23,141 

Franklin Tierce had 23,056 I 

May 20, 1835, the Governor and Council counted the votes 
for five members to Congress. 

The whole number of votes, 191,468 

Necessary to a choice, 19,147 

Samuel Cushman had 23,284 I Joseph Weeks had 23,784 

Benning M. Bean had 23,900 Robert Burns had 23,949 

Franklin Pierce had 24,012 I 



STATISTICS. 

loo / 

May 20, 1837, the Governor and Council counted i 
for five members to Congress. 

The whole number of votes, 116,440 

Necessary to a choice,. 11,645 

Samuel Cushman had 21,793 I Joseph Weeks had 21,731 

James Farrington had 21.404 Jared W. Williams had.. ..21,664 

Charles G. Atherton had. .21,755 | 

May 18, 1839, the Governor and Council counted the votes 

for five members to Congress. 

The whole number of votes, 267,334 

Necessary to a choice,. 26,734 

Tristram Shaw had 29,910 I Edmund Burke had 29,437 

Ira A. Eastman had 29,905 Jared W. Williams had.. . .29,438 

Charles G. Atherton had. .29,452 \ 

May 15, 1841, the Governor and Council counted the votes 

for five members to Congress. 

The whole number of votes, 254,658 

Necessary to a choice, 25,466 

Tristram Shaw had 28.870 i Edmund Burke had 28,807 

Ira A. Eastman had 28,798 John R. Reding had 28,705 

Charles G. Atherton had. .28,815 ) 

May 20, 1843, the Governor and Council counted the votes 
for four members to Congress. 

The whole number of votes, 176,504 

Necessary to a choice, 22,064 

John R. Reding had 22,769 i Moses Norris, Jr., had 22,433 

Edmund Burke had 22,913 John P. Hale had 22,754 

May 16, 1845, the Governor and Council counted the votes 
for four members to Congress. 

The whole number of votes, 185,121 

Necessary to a choice, .' . 23,141 

Considered as scattering, 2,075 

George W. Nesmith had. . .15,162 
Ichabod Goodwin had 15,0~~ 



Jared Perkins had 4,369 

Humphrey Moore had 5,058 

Reuben Porter had 5,256 

Joseph Ciiley had 4.827 

John P. Hale had 7^88 

Joseph Sawyer had 14,050 

Thomas M. Edwards had. .15,177 



John Woodbury had 22,314 

Moses Norris, Jr., had 24,271 

Mace Moulton had 24,904 

James H. Johnson had — 24,832 



September 23, 1845, was appointed to make choice of a 
fourth member. 

October 11, 1845, the Governor and Council counted the 
votes for a fourth member. 

The whole number of votes, 36,541 

Necessary to a choice, 18,271 

Considered as scattering, 121 



36 



STATISTICS. 



John P. Hale had 8,355 [ John T. Woodbury had.. . 74 

Ichabod Goodwin had 10,055 J John Woodbury had 17,936 

December 23, 1845, the Governor and Council counted the 
votes at the second trial, to elect a fourth member. 

The whole number of votes, 42,030 

Necessary to a choice, 21,016 

Considered as scattering, • 161 

John P. Hale had 9,766 I John Woodbury had 19,916 

Ichabod Goodwin had 12,187 1 

May 14, 1846, the Governor and Council counted the votes 
of the third trial for a fourth member. 

The whole number of votes, 55,024 

Necessary to a choice, 27,513 

Considered as scattering, 116 

John P. Hale had 11,475 [ John Woodbury had. 26,826 

Ichabod Goodwin had 16,627 j 

In June, the law requiring the Governor and Council to 
order another trial was suspended, until March, 1847. 

June session, 1846, the State was divided into four Dis- 
tricts. 

May 15, 1847, the Governor and Council counted the votes 
returned from the four Districts. 



District No. 1. 
Whole number of votes,. .14,127 

Necessary to a choice, 7,064 

Considered as scattering,. . 77 

Amos Tuck had 2,114 

Ichabod Goodwin had 5J662 

Benning W. Jenness had. . 6,274 

District No. 2. 
Whole number of votes,. .15,346 

Necessary to a choice, 7,674 

Considered as scattering,. . 102 
George W. Stevens had. . . 2,280 

Joel Eastman had 4,235 

Charles H. Peaslee had 8,729 



District No. 3. 
Whole number of votes,. .15,961 

Necessary to a choice, 7,981 

Considered as scattering,. . 11 

John Preston had ' 1,676 

James Wilson had 6,753 

Mace Moulton had 7,521 



District No. 4. 
Whole number of votes,. .14,727 

Necessary to a choice, 7,364 

Considered as scattering,. . 66 

Jared Perkins had. 2,298 

Henry A. Bellows had. . . . 4,351 
James H. Johnson had — 8,012 

July 8, 1847, was appointed for a second choice in Nos. I 
and 3. 

August 7, 1847, the Governor and Council counted the 
votes. 

Whole number of votes in f Considered as scattering,.. . 84 

District No. 1, 9,717 Benning W. Jenness had,. .4,025 

Necessary to a choice, 4,859 I Amos Tuck had 5,608 



STATISTICS. 



37 



Whole number of votes in John Preston had 546 

District No. 3, 11,567 Mace Moulton had 5,084 

Necessary to a choice, 5,784 James Wilson had 5,926 

Considered as scattering,. . 9 

For 1848, the law was so changed that the plurality vote 
elected in the choice of Representatives to Congress. 

May 23, 1849, the Governor and Council counted the votes 
for four members to Congress. 



District No. 1. 
Whole number of votes,. .13,656 

Necessary to a choice, 6,828 

Considered as scattering, . . 47 
George W. Kittredge had.. 6,638 
Amos Tuck had 6,971 



District No. 2. 
Whole number of votes,. .14,177 

Necessary to a choice, 7,089 

Considered as scattering,. . 72 

Isaac D. Stewart had 1,842 

Joel Eastman had 3,673 

Charles H. Peaslee had. . . . 8,590 



District No. 3. 
Whole number of votes,. .15,156 

Necessary to a choice, 7,578 

Considered as scattering,. . 12 

Frederick Vose had 7,378 

James Wilson had 7,766 



District No. 4. 
Whole number of votes,. .12,733 

Necessary to a choice, ..... 6,367 

Considered as scattering,. . 5 

John H. White had. ..... . 1,707 

Jonathan Kittredge had.. . 3,658 

Harry Hibbard had 7,363 

November 1, 1850, the Governor and Council counted the 
votes for a person to fill the vacancy made by the resignation 
of James Wilson, from District No. 3. 

Whole number of votes,. .10,565 ( Jared Perkins had 5,242 

Necessary to a choice, 5,283 George W. Morrison had. . .5,305 

Considered as scattering,. . 18 | 

May 15, 1851, the Governor and Council counted the Votes 
for four members to Congress. 



District No. 1. 
Whole number of votes,. .15,235 
Considered as scattering, , . 28 
George W. Kittredge had.. 7,416 
Amos Tuck had 7,791 

District No. 2. 
Whole number of votes,. .13,144 
Considered as scattering,. . Ill 

Asa Fowler had. 2,060 

Anthony Colby had 3,803 

Charles H. Peaslee had 7,791 



District No. 3. 
Whole number of votes,. .16,506 
Considered as scattering,. . 14 
George W. Morrison had.. 7,777 
Jared Perkins had 8,715 

District No. 4. 

Whole number of votes, 8,400 

Considered as scattering,. . . 9 

John H. White had 1,018 

Jonathan Kittredge had 2,248 

Harry Hibbard had 5,125 



From the census of 1850, a new ratio was formed by Con- 
gress, which reduced the number of Representatives to Con- 
gress from four to three in New-Hampshire. 

An act was approved January 7, 1853, dividing the State 
into three Congressional Districts. 



88 



STATISTICS. 



May 11, 1853, the Governor and Council counted the votes 
for three members. 

District No. 1. 
Whole number of votes, . . 19,148 
Considered as scattering,. . 118 

Amos Tuck had 8,862 

George W. Kittredge had.. 10,168 



District No. 2. 
Whole number of votes,. .15,180 
Considered as scattering, 35 

May 18, 1855, the Governor and Council counted the 
for three members to Congress. 



.1,742 
.4,353 

. .9,050 



John Preston had 

Aaron P. Hughes had — 
George W. Morrison had. 

District No. 3. 



Whole number of votes,. .17,197 
Considered as scattering,. . 6 

Jared Perkins had 

Harry Hibbard had 



7,556 
9,635 

votes 



District No. 1. 
Whole number of votes,. .22.890 
Considered as scattering,. . 80 
George W. Kittredge had.. 9,799 
James Pike had 13,011 



District No. 2. 
Whole number of votes,. .20,790 
Considered as scattering,. . 11 

May 15, 1857, the Governor and Council counted the votes 
for three members to Congress. 



George W. Morrison had.. 8,650 
Mason W. Tappan had. . . .12,129 

District No. 3. 



Whole number of votes,. 
Considered as scattering,. 
William P. Wheeler had. 
Aaron H. Cragin had 



20,768 
2 
8,640 
12,126 



District No. 1. 
Whole number of votes,. .23,722 
Considered as scattering,. . 273 
George W. Kittredge had.. 11,206 
James Pike had 12,242 

District No. 2. 
Whole number of votes,. .19,912 
Considered as scattering, . . 47 

May 13, 1859, the Governor and Council counted the votes 
for members of Congress. 

District No. 1. 
Whole number of votes,. .24,984 
Considered as scattering. 



George W. Morrison had 
Mason W. Tappan had. . . . 

District No. 3. 

Whole number of votes,. 
Considered as scattering,. 
William P. Wheeler had. 
Aaron H. Cragin had 



9,180 
10,685 



20,453 

75 

9,686 

10,692 



Daniel Marcy had 12,082 

Gilman Marston had 12,839 

District No. 2. 
Whole number of votes,. .21,518 
Considered as scattering,. . 2 



10,228 
11.288 



John H. George had. . . 
Mason W. Tappan had. 

District No. 3. 

Whole number of votes,. .22,362 
Considered as scattering,. . 6 

William Burns had 10,639 

Thomas M. Edwards had. .11,717 



39 



PRESIDEXTS—GOVERtfORS. 

The names of the Presidents under the new Constitution, and the 
Official state of the vote, as found recorded for each political year; 
also of the Governors under the revised Constitution to and for the 
year 1859. 

During the Revolution the government, under the temporary 
Constitution, was invested in a Council and House of Representa- 
tives. Meshech Weare was annually elected President of the 
Council. 

The new Constitution was declared October 31, 1783, and to be in 
force 1784. 

For the political year, June 1784, to June 1 , 1785, Meshech 
Weare was elected President, probably by unanimous vote. No 
official statement of the vote in figures, on the regular book of 
record. 



For 1785-6. 

Whole number of votes 7,079 

Necessary to a choice 3,540 

Considered as scattering — 330 

George Atkinson had 2,755 

John Langdon had 2,497 

John Sullivan had 777 

Josiah Bartlett had 720 

The Hon. John Langdon was 
chosen President by and from the 
Senate. 

For 1783-7. 
Whole number of votes. . . .8,567 

Necessary to a choice 4,284 

John Langdon had 8,600 

John Sullivan had 4,309 

"The remainder of the votes, 
being 658, were for sundry per- 
sons." 

For 1787-8. 

Whole number of votes 9,285 

Necessary to a choice 4,643 

John Sullivan had 4,642 

John Langdon had 4,034 



Josiah Bartlett had. 628 

Samuel Livermore had 603 

There being no choice by the 
people, Hon. John Sullivan was 
chosen by the Senate. 

For 1788-9. 
Whole number of votes. . . .8,838 

Necessary to a choice 4,419 

John Langdon had .*4,421 

John Sullivan had 3,366 

Several other individuals, not 
named in the record, had, in the 
whole, 1,053. 

For 1789-90, 

Whole number of votes 8,534 

Necessary to a choice 4,268 

John Sullivan had 3,657 

John Pickering had 8,488 

Josiah Bartlett had 968 

Joshua Wentworth had. ... 89 
No election by the people. — 
Hon. John Sullivan was elected 
by the Senate. 



* It may be noticed the Hon. John Langdon was elected by a 
majority of only two votes. 

President Langdon having been chosen a Senator, to take a seat 
in Congress March 4, 1789, he sent a letter of resignation to the 
Legislature, January 22, 1789, and it was accepted by that body 
January 24. 

A resolve was past in concurrence, that the senior Senator (John 
Pickering,) in "style whilst in the chair of Government, shall be 
the President of New-Hampshire, and his title His Excellency." 



40 



STATISTICS. 



For 1790-1. 

Whole number of votes 7,762 

Necessary to a choice 3,881 

John Pickering had 3,189 

Joshua Wentworth had 2,369 

Josiah Bartlett had 1,676 

Nathaniel Peabody had 294 

All others had 234 

No choice by the people. In 
the Senate Josiah Bartlett was 
elected President. 



For 1791-2. 

Whole number of votes 8,679 

Necessary to a choice 4.484 

Josiah Bartlett had 8;391 

All others had 288 

For 1792-3. 

Whole number of votes 8,389 

Necessary to a choice 4,195 

Josiah Bartlett had 8,092 

All others had '297 



The Eevised Constitution was declared the civil Constitu- 
tion of the State, September 6, 1792, and to be in force in 
1793. 

Under this Constitution the title of President was changed 
to that of Governor, and his address, " His Excellency the 
Governor." 

For 1793-4. 

Whole number of votes 9,854 

Necessary to a choice 4,927 

Considered as scattering 70 

Timothy Walker had 382 

John T. Gilman had 708 

John Langdon had 1,306 

Josiah Bartlett had 7,388 

For 1794-5. 
Whole number of votes. . .10,470 

Necessary to a choice 5,235 

John Taylor Gilman had. . 7,629 
All others had 1,641 

For 1795-6. 

Whole number of votes 9,440 

Necessary to a choice 4,670 

John Taylor Gilman had. . .9,340 
All others had 100 

For 1796-7. 
Whole number of votes. . .10,775 

Necessary to a choice 5,388 

John Taylor Gilman had. . 7,809 
All others had 2,966 

For 1797-8. 
Whole number of votes. ..10,823 

Necessary to a choice 5,412 

John Taylor Gilman had. . 9,625 
All others had 1,198 



For 1798-9. 
Whole number of votes — 12,153 

Necessary to a choice 6,077 

Considered as scattering. . . 46 

Samuel Livermore had 33 

Benjamin Bellows had 50 

Jeremiah Smith had 52 

Michael McClary had 114 

Simeon Olcott had 146 

John Langdon had 364 

Timothy Walker had 734 

Oliver Peabody had 1,189 

John Taylor Gilman had. . 9,397 

For 1799-1800. 

Whole number of votes. . .11,738 

Necessary to a choice 5.869 

John Taylor Gilman had. .10,138 

For 1800-1. 

Whole number of votes 16,762 

Necessary to a choice 8,381 

Considered as scattering.. . 361 

Timothy Walker had 6,039 

John Taylor Gilman had. .10,362 

For 1801-2. 
Whole number of votes. . ..16,639 

Necessary to a choice 8,320 

Considered as scattering.. . 492 

Timothy Walker had 5,249 

John Taylor Gilman had. .10,898 



STATISTICS. 



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For 1802-3. 

Whole number of votes 19,166 

Necessary to a choice 9,583 

Considered as scattering. . . 36 

John Langdon had 8,753 

John Taylor Oilman had. .10,377 

For 1803-4. 

Whole number of votes. . .21,317 

Necessary to a choice 10,659 

Considered as scattering. . . 43 

John Langdon had 9,011 

John Taylor Gilman had. .12,263 

For 1804-5. 

Whole number of votes. . .24,282 

Necessary to a choice 12,141 

Considered as scattering. . . 27 

John Langdon had 12,039 

John Taylor Gilman had. .12,246 

For 1805-6. 
Whole number of votes. . .28,443 

Necessary to a choice 14,222 

Considered as scattering. . . 59 
John Taylor Gilman had. .12,287 
John Langdon bad. 16,097 

For 1806-7. 
Whole number of votes. . .20,577 

Necessary to a choice 10,287 

Considered as scattering.. . 255 

Oliver Peabody had 866 

Jeremiah Smith had 902 

John Taylor Gilman had. . 1,553 

Timothy Farrar had 1,720 

John Langdon had. 15,277 

For 1807-8. 
Whole number of votes. . .16,861 

Necessary to a choice 8,431 

John Langdon had 13,912 

For 1808-9. 
Whole number of votes. . .15,899 

Necessary to a choice 7,950 

Considered as scattering. . . 355 

Jeremiah Smith had 839 

Timjthy Farrar had ! 398 

Oliver Peabody had 405 

John Taylor Gilman had. . 1,261 
John Langdon had 12,641 



For 1809-10. 

Whole number of votes. . .30,983 

Necessary to a choice 15,492 

Considered as scattering.. . 132 

John Langdon had 15,241 

Jeremiah Smith had 15,610 

For 1810-11. 

Whole number of votes.. .31,575 

Necessary to a choice 15,788 

Considered as scattering.. . 84 

Jeremiah Smith had 15,166 

John Langdon had 16,325 

For 1811-12. 

Whole number of votes. . .32,094 

Necessary to a choice 16,048 

Considered as scattering. . 65 

Jeremiah Smith had 14,477 

John Langdon had 17,554 

For 1812-13. 

Whole number of votes. . .31,982 

Necessary to a choice 15,992 

Considered as scattering.. 877 

William Plumer had 15,492 

John Taylor Gilman had.. 15,613 
No election by the people ; in 
convention the Honorable Wil- 
liam Plumer was elected. 



For 1813-14. 

Whole number of votes.. 

Necessary to a choice 

Considered as scattering.. 

William Plumer had 

John Taylor Gilman had. 

For 1814-15. 

Whole number of votes... 

Necessary to a choice 

Considered as scattering. 

William Plumer had 

John Taylor Gilman had. 

For 1815-16. 
Whole number of votes... 

Necessary to a choice 

Considered as scattering. . 

William Plumer had 

John Taylor Gilman had. 



35,729 
17,865 
, 212 
17.410 

18,107 



38,542 
19,272 
73 
18,794 
19,695 



36,194 
18,098 
38 
17,799 
18,357 



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STATISTICS. 



For 1816-17. 

Whole number of votes. . .38,407 

Necessary to a choice 19,204 

Considered as scattering.. . 75 

James Sheafe had 17,994 

William Plumer had 20,338 

For 1817-18. 

Whole number of votes. . .35,375 

Necessary to a choice 17,688 

Considered as scattering. . 112 

Josiah Bartlett had 539 

Jeremiah Mason had 3,607 

James Sheafe had 12,029 

William Plumer had 19,088 

For 1818-19. 

Whole number of votes... .31,465 

Necessary to a choice 15,733 

Considered as scattering. . 922 

William Hale had '. 5,019 

Jeremiah Mason had, 6,850 

William Plumer had 18,674 

For 1819-20. 

Whole number of votes. . .24,265 

Necessary to a choice, 12,133 

Considered as scattering — 1,844 

William Hale had 8,660 

Samuel Bell had 13,761 

For 1820-21. 

Whole number of votes. . .24,771 

Necessary to a choice 12,386 

Considered as scattering. . 1,364 

David L. Morril had 599 

William Hale had 596 

Samuel Bell had 22,212 

For 1821-2. 

Whole number of votes. . .24.448 

Necessary to a choice 12,225 

Considered as scattering. . 1,866 
Samuel Bell had 22,582 

For 1822-3. 

Whole number of votes. . .23,980 

Necessary to a choice^ 11,891 

Considered as scattering, . . 1,046 
Samuel Bell had, 22,934 



1823-1824. 

Whole number of votes.. .29,943 
Necessary to a choice, . . . .14,972 
Considered as scattering,. . 240 

Samuel Dinsmorc had 12,718 

Levi Woodbury had 16i985 

For 1824-5. 

Whole number of votes,. .30,348 
Necessary to a choice,. . . . .15,175 
Considered as scattering.. . 3,708 

Levi Woodbury had 11,741 

David L. Morril had 14,899 

No election by the people. In 
convention the Hon. David L. 
Morril was elected. 

For 1825-6. 

Whole number of votes. . .29,729 

Necessary to a choice 14,865 

Considered as scattering. . 563 
David L Morril had 29,166 

For 1826-7. 

Whole number of votes. . .30,251 
Necessary to a choice. . . ,.15,126 
Considered as scattering.. . 285 

David S. Morril had 101 

Benjamin Pierce had 12,287 

David L. Morril had 17,578 

For 1827-8. 

Whole number of votes,. .27,411 

Necessary to a choice, 13^706 

Considered as scattering,. . 1,187 

David L. Morril had 2,529 

Benjamin Pierce had 23,695 

For 1828-9. 

Whole number of votes. . .39,897 

Necessary to a choice, 19,949 

Considered as scattering.. . 76 

Benjamin Pierce had 18,672 

John Bell had 21,149 

For 1829-30. 
Whole number of votes. . .42,246 

Necessary to a choice 21,124 

Considered as scattering.. . 48 

John Bell had 19,583 

Benjamin Pierce had 22,615 



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For 1830-31. 
Whole number of votes. . .42,441 

Necessary to a choice, 21,221 

Considered as scattering. . . 187 

Timothy Upham had 19,040 

* Matthew Harvey .had. . . .23,214 

For 1831-2.' 
Whole number of votes.. .42,294 

Necessary to a choice 21,148 

Considered as scattering. . . 110 

Ichabod Bartlett had 18,681 

Samuel Dinsmoor had 23,503 

For 1832-3. 
Whole number of votes. . .39,233 

Necessary to a choice 19^617 

Considered as scattering.. . 146 

Ichabod Bartlett had 14,920 

Samuel Dinsmoor had 24,167 

For 1833-4. 
Whole number of votes. . .33,476 

Necessary to a choice 16,739 

Considered as scattering — 1.240 

Arthur Livermore had 3,959 

Samuel Dinsmoor had 28,277 

For 1834-5. 
Whole number of votes,.. .30,173 

Necessary to a choice 15,087 

Considered as scattering. . . 1,631 
William Badger had 28,542 

For 1835-6. 
Whole number of votes... .40,900 

Necessary to a choice 20,451 

Considered as scattering. . . 308 

Joseph Healey had 14,825 

William Badger had 25,767 

For 1836-7. 
Whole number of votes... .30,925 

Necessary to a choice 15,463 

Considered as scattering. . 1,111 

Joseph Healey had 2,566 

George Sullivan had 2,344 

Isaac Hill had 24,904 



For 1837-8. 

Whole number of votes.. .24,532 

Necessary to a choice 12,267 

Considered as scattering.. . 1,156 

George Sullivan had 458 

Joseph Healey had 557 

Isaac Hill had 22,361 

For 1838-9. 

Whole number of votes... .54,570 

Necessary to a choice 27^286 

Considered as scattering. . . 198 

James Wilson had 431 

James Wilson, jr., had. . . .25,244 
Isaac Hill had 28,697 

For 1839-40. 

Whole number of votes.. .54.601 

Necessary to a choice 27,301 

Considered as scattering.. . 155 

James Wilson had 23,928 

John Page had 30,518 

For 1840-1. 

Whole number of votes,. .50,799 

Necessary to a choice 25,400 

Considered as scattering,. . 562 

Enos Stevens Had 20,716 

John Page had 29,521 

For 1841-2. 

Whole number of votes 51.689 

Necessary to a choice 25,845 

Considered as scattering. . 70 

Daniel Hoit had, 1,273 

Enos Stevens had 21,230 

John Page had 29.116 

For 1842-3. 
Whole number of votes... .48,104 

Necessary to a choice 24,053 

Considered as scattering,. . 358 

Daniel Hoit had 2,812 

John H. White had 5,869 

Enos Stevens had 12,234 

Henry Hubbard had 26,831 



* Hon. Matthew Harvey resigned the office of Governor in 
February, 1831, he having been appointed Judge of the United 
States District Court for New-Hampshire. Joseph M. Harper, 
President of the Senate, was acting Governor for the remainder 
of the political year. 



44 



STATISTICS. 



For 1843-44. 
Whole number of votes... .44.583 

Necessary to a choice 22,292 

Considered as scattering.. . 83 

Daniel Hoit had, 3,402 

John H. White had 5,497 

Anthony Colbv had 12,551 

Henry Hubbard had 23,050 

For 1844-5. 
Whole number of votes. . .48,692 

Necessary to a choice 24,347 

Considered as scattering. . . 201 

John H. White had 1,988 

Daniel Hoit had 5,767 

Anthony Colby had 14,750 

John H. Steele had 25,986 

For 1845-6. 
Whole number of votes. . .45,765 

Necessary to a choice 22,883 

Considered as scattering. . . 994 

Daniel Hoit had 5,786 

Anthony Colby had 15,579 

John H. Steele had 23,406 

For 1846-7, 
Whole number of votes. . .55,194 

Necessary to a choice 27,598 

Considered as scattering. . . 568 
Nathaniel S. Berry had. . . .10,379 

Anthonv Colby had 17,707 

Jared W. Williams had. . ..26,740 

No election by the people. 

In Convention the state of the 
vote was : 

Whole number of votes 274 

Necessary to a choice 136 

Jerry W. William had 1 

Jared W. Williams had 124 

Anthony Colby had 146 

For 1847-8. 
Whole number of votes. . .60,500 

Necessary to a choice 30,251 

Considered as scattering. . . 54 
Nathaniel S. Berry had.. . . 8,531 

Anthony Colby had 21,109 

Jared W. Williams had. ...30,806 

For 1848-9. 
Whole number of votes. . .61,542 
Necessary to a choice 30,772 



Considered as scattering. . . 468 
Nathaniel S. Berry had. . . .28,829 
Jared W. Williams had... .32,245 

For 1849-50. 

Whole number of votes. . .56,033 

Necessary to a choice 28,017 

Considered as scattering. . . 117 

Nathaniel S. Berry had 7,045 

Levi Chamberlain had 18,764 

Samuel Dinsmoor had 30,107 

For 1850-1. 

Whole number of votes. . .55,789 

Necessary to a choice 27,895 

Considered as scattering.. . 54 
Nathaniel S. Berry had — 6,472 

Levi Chamberlain had 18,512 

Samuel Dinsmoor had 30,751 

For 1851-2. 

Whole number of votes. . .58,111 

Necessary to a choice 29,056 

Considered as scattering. . . 179 

John Atwood had .12,049 

Thomas E. Sawyer had .. .18,458 
Samuel Dinsmoor had 27,425 

No election by the people. 

In Convention the state of the 
vote was : 

Whole number of votes 257 

Necessary to a choice 129 

Considered as scattering 21 

Thomas E. Sawyer had 120 

Samuel Dinsmoor had 145 

For 1852-3. 

Whole number of votes. . .60,405 

Necessary to a choice 30,203 

Considered as scattering.. . 269 

John Atwood had 9,479 

Thomas E. Sawyer had. . . .19,850 
Noah Martin had 30,807 

For 1853-4. 

Whole number of votes. . .56,566 

Necessary to a choice ,28,284 

Considered as scattering. . . 47 

John H. White had 7,995 

James Bell had 17,590 

Noah Martin had 30,934 



STATISTICS. 



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For 1854-5. 

Whole number of votes. . .57,931 
Necessary to a choice. .... .28,966 

Considered as scattering. . . 122 
Jared Perkins had. ........ .11,080 

James Bell had 16,941 

Nathaniel B. Baker had. . ..29,788 

For 1855-6. 

Whole number of votes. . .64,690 

Necessary to a choice 32,346 

Considered as scattering. . . 193 

Asa Fowler had 1,237 

James Bell had 3,436 

Nathaniel B. Baker had. . .27,055 
Ralph Metcalf had 32,769 

For 1856-7. 

Whole number of votes.... 66, 703 

Necessary to a choice 33,352 

Considered as scattering. . . 193 

Ichabod Goodwin had 2,360 

John S. Wells had 32,031 

Ralph Metcalf had 32,119 

No election by the people. 



In Convention the state of the 
Vote was ; 

Whole number of votes 325 

Necessary to a choice 163 

John S. Wells had 150 

Ralph Metcalf had 175 

For 1857-8. 
Whole number of votes.. .65,882 

Necessary to a choice 32,942 

Considered as scattering. . 452 

John S. Wells had 31,214 

William Haile had 34,216 

For 1858-9. 
Whole number of votes. . .67,963 

Necessary to a choice 33,982 

Considered as scattering.. . 72 

Asa P. Catehad 31,679 

William Haile had 36,212 

For 1859-60. 
Whole number of votes.. .69,156 

Necessary to a choice 34,578 

Considered as scattering.. . 27 

Asa P. Gate had 32,802 

Ichabod Goodwin had 36,826 



INDEX TO STATISTICS. 

For the convenience of readers, in connection with the pre- 
ceding tables, who may be looking for statistics of New-Hamp- 
shire, the following Index is given, referring to preceding years of 
the Register, which it may serve to facilitate. 

Pages, 
Presidents of the Senate and Speakers of the House, 19 

Attorneys General from 1680, 16 

Speakers of the House from 1680 to 1793, 18 

Secretaries and Treasurers from 1680 to 1846, .... 19 
Early Statistics and Biographical Sketches of Coun- 
cillors, 15-20 

Statistics from 1614 to 1776, chronologically arranged, 15-29 
List of Councillors and Senators from 1775 to 1793; 

also giving the time of death and age, 15-38 

Number of sessions held, and time occupied each year 

from 1775 to 1793, 15-38 

Same series continued to 1848, 25-48 

Lists of Delegates to Conventions from 1774 to 1852 ; 

Constitutions, &c, 15-41 

List of Delegates to Congress, 1775 to 1789, and Rep- 
resentatives and Senators, 1789 to 1853, 15-38 

1854. List of the Judges and change of Courts, 15-28 

1855. Incorporations of Towns, Census, &c, .• 42-98 

1856. Committee of Safety, &c, 15-20 

1858. Incidents, Rulers, &c, from 1614 to 1793, ..... 15-36 



1846* 

1847. 



1848. 



1849. 
1850. 



1851. 
1852. 



1853. 



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GOVERNMENT OF NEW-HAMPSHIRE, 

FROM JUNE 1, 1859, TO JUNE 6, 1860. 

EXECUTIVE. 

GOVERNOR, 

His Excellency ICHABOD GOODWIN, Portsmouth. 

*& Salary, $1,0 0. 

COUNCILLORS. 

Heed P. Clark, Londonderry, District No. 1. 

Thomas L. Whitton, Wolf borough, " " 2. 

John N. Worcester, Hollis, " " 3. 

Robert Elwell, Langdon, " " 4. 

Cyrus Eastman, Littleton, " " 5. 

$2 PER DAY. 

Salary* 
Thomas L. Tullock, Concord, Secretary of State, $800. 
Allen Tenny, Concord, Deputy Secretary, Sal. & Fees. 
Peter Sanborn, Concord, State Treasurer, $600. 

Asa McFarland, Concord, State Printer. 

LEGISLATIVE, 

SEKATE. 

Joseph A. Gilmore, President, $2.50 per day. 

John S. Bennett, Newmarket, District No. 1. 

Joseph Blake, Raymond, " " 2. 

John M. Parker, Goffstown, " " 3. 

Joseph A. Gilmore, Concord, " " 4. 

John D. Lyman, Farmington, " " 5. 

Samuel Emerson, Moultonboro/ " " 6. 

Hosea Eaton, New-Ipswich, " " 7. 

Walter Harrim an, Warner, " " 8. 

Thomas Fisk, Dublin, " " 9. 

Jesse Slader, Acworth, u "10. 

George S. Towle, Lebanon, " " 11. 

John G. Sinclair, Bethlehem, " "12. 

$2 PER DAY. 

Greenleaf Cummings, Lisbon, Clerk, $2.50 per day. 
Wm. A. Preston, New-Ipswich, Assist, Clerk, $2,50 per day. 



LEGISLATIVE. 



47 



HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. 

Napoleon B. Bryant, Concord, Speaker: $2.50 per day. 

ROCKINGHAM COUNTY. 



Atkinson, Samuel Noyes. 

Auburn, John Clark. 

Brentwood, Daniel Smith. 

Candia, HenryM. Eaton, Elias 
P. Hubbard. 

Chester, Jacob Chase. 

Danville, Amos Page. 

Deerfield, Joseph C. Cram, 
Eben Marston. 

Derry, Peter J. Home, James 
Choate. 

East-Kingston, John A. Mor- 
rill. 

Epping, George S. Runlett. 

Exeter, Charles H. Bell, Wil- 
liam B. Morrill, Nathaniel 
K. Leavitt. 

Fremont, Gardner Sleeper. 

Gosport, John W. Randall. 

Greenland, John F. Adams. 

Hampstead, Daniel Nichols. 

Hampton, John Dearborn. 

Hampton-Falls, Thomas L. 
Sanborn. 

Kensington, Newell Dow. 

Kingston, Amos Kimball. 

Londonderry, John Shipley, 
Josiah Sleeper. 

Newcastle, John P. Cooper. 



Newington, Charles W. Nut- 
ter. 

Newmarket Benjamin F. Ha- 
ley, Hell^ H. Smith. 

Newton, Moses B. Peaslee. 

North-Hampton, Jacob H, 
Brown. 

North wood, Charles O.Brown. 

Nottingham, John O. Cilley. 

Plaistow, Nathaniel K. Kelly. 

Portsmouth, Nathaniel K. 
Raynes, William Rand, Pe- 
ter Jenness, Clement March, 
Lyman D. Spalding, Alfred 
T. Joy, Abner Greenleaf, 
Daniel Marcy. 

Raymond, Joshua F. Lane. 

Rye, Samuel J. Locke. 

Salem, John F. Tenney, John 
H. Lancaster. 

Sandown, James Griffin. 

Seabrook, Emery Brown. 

South-Newmarket, John B. 
Ryder. 

South-Hampton, Benj. Saw- 
yer. 

Stratham, Nathan M. Barker. 

Windham, none. 



STRAFFORD COUNTY. 



Barrington,John Q. A. Swain, 
Jer. Waterhouse, Jr. 

Dover, Charles W. Thurston, 
John B. Bruce, John T. 
Hanson, Thomas J. W. 
Pray, Charles H. Horton, 
Simon J. Torr, Charles W. 
Wiggin. 



Durham, Andrew L. Simp- 
son. 

Farmington, Andrew J. Sera- 
ton, John C. Elkins. 

Lee, Israel Bartlett. 

Madbury, Andrew Hanson. 

Middleton, Robert P. White* 
house. 



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LEGISLATIVE. 



Milton, John E. Goodwin, 
Daniel E. Palmer. 

New-Durham, Elihu Hayes. 

Rochester, Isaac W. Spring- 
field, John Legro, George 
Flagg. 

Rollinsford, Charles Malloy. 



Somersworth, Albert A. Per- 
kins, Joshua F. Littlefield, 
John Tilton, John S. 
Haines, Jr. 

Strafford, John C. Huckins, 
D. K. Montgomery. 



BELKNAP COUNTY. 



Alton, Charles C. Mooney, 
Sewall T. Roberts. 

Barnstead, Alfred Bunker, Ja- 
cob B. Locke. 

Center-Harbor, Wm. P. Stur- 
tevant. 

Gilmanton, Abraham S. Gale, 
Joshua B. Pulsifer, Enoch 
Brown. 

Gilford, Thomas Ham,Wood- 

CARROLL 

Albany, Thomas J. Allard. 

Bartlett, George W. M. Pit- 
man. 

Brookfield, Ezekiel Prescott. 

Chatham, Ithiel E. Clay. 

Conway, John McMillan, To- 
bias A. Hanson. 

Eaton, Jacob Manson. 

Effingham, John C. Leavitt. 

Freedom, Eben Pease. 

Jackson, Joseph B. Trickey. 

Madison, Benjamin B. Colby. 



bury Melcher, John J. Mor- 
rill. 

Laconia, Bradstreet Wiggin. 

Meredith, George W. Gilman, 
Ebenezer S. Robinson. 

New-Hampton, David H. 
Smith. 

Sanbornton, Charles W. Col- 
by, Ebenezer F. Odell, Jas. *> 
Taylor. 

COUNTY. 

Moultonboro', Reuben Smith, 
William H. H. Mason. 

Ossipee, Levi Smith, Luther 
D. Sawyer. 

Sandwich,Neal M'Crillis,John 
Cooke. 

Tamworth, Joseph Gilman, 
Stetson Blaisdell. 

Tuftonboro', Wm. N. Roberts. 

Wakefield John Copp. 

Wolf borough, Charles H. Par- 
ker, Aaron Roberts. 



MERRIMACK COUNTY. 



Andover, John M. Shirley. 
Allenstown, none. 
Bow, Frederick Clough. 
Boscawen, Moses Whittier, 

Thaddeus O. Wilson. 
Bradford, John W. Morse. 
Canterbury, David Morrill, Jr. 
Chichester, Joshua Lane. 
Concord, Albert H. Drown, 

Samuel B. Larkin, Elbridge 



Dimond, Asa McFarland> 
Reuben G. Wyman, John 
Kimball, Gilbert Bullock, 
Napoleon B. Bryant, Geo. 
B. Wallace, Charles E. 
Thompson. 

Dunbarton, Charles Stinson. 

Epsom, Samuel Fowler, Jr. 

Franklin, Stephen Kenrick, 
Charles Garland. 



LEGISLATIVE. 



49 



Henniker, Jonas Wallace, Ol- 
iver Pillsbury. 

Hooksett, Joseph T. Goss. 

Hopkinton, Joseph Stanwood, 
James M. Burnham. 

Loudon, George W.Neal, Ben- 
jamin Cate. 

Newbury, Benjamin Chandler. 

New-London, Albert Little. 



Northfield, none. 
Pembroke, T. L. Fowler. 
Pittsfield, Andrew C. Walker, 

Abraham French, 2d. 
Salisbury, Gilbert Eastman. 
Sutton, George Putney. 
Warner, Cummings Marshall, 

Ephraim M. Dunbar. 
Wilmot, Curtis Langley. 



HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY. 



Amherst, William Wetherbee. 
Antrim, Lemuel N. Pattee. 
Bedford, ThomasG. Holbrook. 
Bennington, Horace F. Dins- 
more. 
Brookline, Nath'l W. Lund. 
Deering, Daniel Simons. 
Francestown, James T. Bix- 

by- 

Goffstown, John Dunlap, Gil- 
man Robinson. 

Greenfield, John Gregg. 

Hancock, Joseph Knight. 

Hillsboro', James F. Briggs, 
Jotham Moore, 

Hollis, John H. Cutter. 

Hudson, Granville Hill. 

Litchfield, Simeon D. Leach. 

Lyndeborough, John Richard- 
son. 

Manchester, Jonathan Morse, 
Joseph B.Clark, Ezra Hunt- 
ington, Timothy W. Little, 
Darwin J. Daniels, William 
P. Newell, James S. Coggs- 
well, Isaac W. Smith, Jo- 
seph A. Haines, Isaac Whit- 
iemore, R. N. Batchelder, 



Israel Dow, Alpheus Bod- 
well, John L. Fitch, John 
Coughlin. 

Mason, Frederick Mansfield. 

Merrimack, William T. Par- 
ker. 

Milford,Bainbridge Wadleigh, 
George W. Came. 

Mont- Vernon, Ira Kendall. 

Nashua,George Stark, Charles 
P. Gage, Ivory Harmon, 
Enoch P. Chase, Allen Wil- 
son, Hiram T. Morrill, Ja- 
cob D. March, Gustine Mar- 
shall, Horace Towles. 

New-Ipswich, Charles B. Mar- 
shall, Henry O. Preston. 

New-Bostan, Benj. Dodge, 2d, 
Perry Richards. 

Pelham, Amos Batchelder. 

Peterborough, Asa F. Gowing, 
John Smith. 

Sharon, none. 

Temple, James Killam. 

Weare, Jona. B. Moulton, Hi- 
ram Simonds. 

Wilton, George L. Dascomb. 

Windsor, Mark Symonds. 



CHESHIRE COUNTY. 

Alstead, Oliver Shepard. 
Chesterfield, Arad Fletcher. 
Dublin, Aaron Smith. 
B 



Fitzwilliam, Philip S. Batch 

elder. 
Gilsum, Eisra Webster. 



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LEGISLATIVE. 



Hinsdale, John D. Todd. 

Jaffrey, John A. Prescott. 

Keene, Francis A. Faulkner, 
Caleb T. Buffum, Edward 
Joslyn, Addison Stone. 

Marlborough, Charles Gilbert. 

Marlow, John Q. Jones. 

Nelson, Simeon G. Griffin. 

Richmond, Asahel Kelton. 

Rindge, David Stowe. 

Roxbury, Kendall Nims. 

Stoddard, Ephraim Stevens. 



Sullivan, Caleb Goodenow. 
Surry, George Wilcox. 
Swanzey, Stephen Faulkner, 

Rufus Bowen. 
Troy, Edwin Buttrick. 
Walpole, HenryA. Hitchcock, 

Frederick Kilburn. 
Westmoreland, Isaac K. 

White. 
Winchester, Elisha Hutchins, 

John Burbank. 



SULLIVAN COUNTY. 



Acworth, Daniel J. Warner. 
Charlestown, Wm. McCrae, 

Samuel Walker. 
Claremont, Joshua Colby, 

John A. Winn, Edward D. 

Baker. 
Cornish, Alvin Comings. 
Croydon, none. 
Goshen, Wm. H. McCrillis. 
Grantham, John Leavitt. 
Langdon, none. 



Dempster, Hosea W. Parker. 

Newport, Paul J. Wheeler, 
John H. Hunton. 

Plainfield, William D. Colby, J 
Stephen R. Moulton. 

Springfield, Wm. E. Melendy. 

Sunapee, Joseph P. Smith. 

Unity, Uriah M. Straw. . 

Washington, James H. New- 
man. 



GRAFTON COUNTY. 



Alexandria, Ariel George. 

Bath, David R. Lang. 

Benton, Daniel Whitcher. 

Bethlehem, Timothy P. Tur- 
ner. 

Bridgewater, Jona. H. John- 
son. 

Bristol, Joseph F. Rollins. 

Campton, George W. Kenis- 
ton. 

Canaan, James H. Kelley, Ha- 
zen K. Farnum. 

Danbury, Francis Farnum. 

Dorchester, Gilman Burley. 

Ellsworth and Waterville, 
John Johnson, Jr. 



Enfield, James Huse, George 

W. Choate. 
Franconia, Charles H. Colbv. 
Grafton, Ezra T. Gifford. 
Groton, Noah L Jewell. 
Hanover, David Kimball, N. 

S. Huntington. 
Haverhill, George S. Kelsea, 

James P. Webster. 
Hebron,Lucius W. Hammond. 
Hill, Joseph Nichols. 
Holderness, Nathaniel S. Cal- 

ley, Andrew Baker. 
Landaff, James C. Noyes. 
Lebanon, Horace Hatch,Aaron 

H. Cragin. 



LEGISLATIVE. 



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Lisbon, Silas Wells, James 

Parker. 
Littleton, Calvin F. Cate, John 

C. Quimby. 
Lyman, Michael M. Stevens. 
Lyme, Harris Allen, Selah 

Beal. 
Monroe, Horace Emery. 
Orange, David S. Prince. 



Orford, Stedman Willard. 
Piermont, Elisha Rogers. 
Plymouth, Hiram Harriman. 
Rumney, Josiah Quincy. 
Thornton, William A. Smith. 
Warren, James Clement. 
Wentworth, Elijah Rollins. 
Woodstock and Lincoln, Ste- 
phen M. Hanson. 



coos county. 



Berlin and Randolph, George 
P. Hodgdon. 

Carroll and Hart's Location, 
David Emery. 

Clarksville and Pittsburg, Da- 
vid Johnson. 

Colebrook, Daniel Fletcher. 

Columbia, Samuel M. Har- 
vey. 

Dalton, John Bond. 

Gorham, Sumner Chipman. 

Jefferson, Benj. Ke unison. 



Wil- 



Lancaster, George C. 

liams, Seth Savage. 
Milan, Samuel F. Mathes. 
Northumberland, James H. 

Curtis. 
Shelburne, Harvey Philbrook. 
Stark and Dummer, Elijah 

Griffin. 
Stratford, Harvey Hinman. 
Stewartstown, Horace J. Hall. 
Whitefield, Moses H. Gordon. 



Whole number of Representatives chosen for 1859-&0, 305, 
The members are paid $2 per day. 



CLERKS. 

Clerk of the Housed—Henry 0. Kent, Lancaster, $2.50 per 
day. 

Assistant Clerk — Edward Sawyer, Rochester, $2.50 per 
day. 

Engrossing Clerk — Simeon D. Farnsworth, $2.50 per day. 

Chaplain to the Legislature — Rev. John Runnells, Tam- 
worth. 

State Printer — Asa McFarland, Concord. 

Reporters— Geo. H. Tileston, Boston, for the New-Hamp- 
shire Patriot ; J. M. W. Yerrinton, Boston, for the New-Hamp- 
shire Statesman ; Samuel C. Eastman, Concord, for the In- 
dependent Democrat. 



52 LEGISLATIVE. 



BOOR-KEEPERS. 

To the Council — Joseph A. Cochran, Concord. 

To the Senate — Henry Willard, Keene. 

To the House— FAi Wentworth, Milton ; Thomas P. Che- 
ney, Holderness. 

Travelling Fees. The members of the Council shall 
receive each, ten cents a mile to and from the place of their 
sessions. The President and members of the Senate, Speak- 
er of the House of Representatives, and Clerks and Assistant 
Clerks of the Senate and House, shall each receive ten cents 
a mile for their travel to and from the place of the sitting of 
the Legislature. 

The Legislature of New-Hampshire commenced their ses- 
sion for the political year 1859-60, on Wednesday, June 1, 
and closed the session June 28, making a session of twenty- 
eight days ; and passed fifty-five public acts and eighteen 
public resolutions ; thirty-one private acts and nineteen pri- 
vate resolutions. 

APPROPRIATIONS. 

One thousand dollars for educating the indigent blind and 
partially blind of this State at the Institution for the Blind at 
Boston; $1,500 for the indigent deaf and dumb persons in 
this State at the Institution in Hartford ; $1,200 for the main- 
tenance of indigent insane persons, belonging to this State, 
at the Asylum, during the past year, for such and so many 
private patients, exclusive of paupers maintained at public 
charge, as His Excellency the Governor shall elect and ap- 
prove ; $4,000 for the maintenance of indigent insane per- 
sons belonging to this State, at the Asylum, for such and so 
many as His Excellency the Governor shall elect and ap- 
prove : Provided, that not less than one half of said sum shall 
be applied to the support of private patients, exclusive of 
paupers maintained at public charge ; $300 to pay the salary 
of the Chaplain to State Prison; $125 for the purchase of 
books, stationery, and a suitable book-case for the preserva- 
tion of the books for the use of the prisoners at the New- 
Hampshire State Prison; $100 for the repair of the public 
highway in Lincoln ; $100 for the purpose of building and 
repairing highways in Randolph ; $350 for repairs of the 
highway leading from G. B. Brabrook's through the Notch 
of the White Mountains ; $500 for the building of a barn in 
the State Prison yard. 



53 



JUDICIARY. 



SUPREME JUDICIAL COURT. 

Salaries. 
IRA PERLEY, LL. D., Concord, Chief Justice, $2,000 

Ira A. Eastman, LL. D., Manchester, Associate Justice, 1,800 
Samuel D. Bell, LL. D., Manchester, " " 1,800 

George Y. Sawyer, Nashua, " " 1,800 

Asa Fowler, Concord, " " 1,800 

Jonathan E. Sargent, Wentworth, " " 1,800 

John Sullivan, Exeter, Attorney -General, 1,800 

William E. Chandler, Concord, 

Reporter of the Supreme Judicial Court, 400 

clerks of the supreme judicial court. 

Charles G. Conner, Exeter, for Rockingham ; 

John R. Varney, Dover, for Strafford ; 

Samuel C. Clark, Gilford, (address Lake Village,) for Bel- 
knap ; 

William M. Weed, Sandwich, for Carroll ; 

Nehemiah Butler, Concord, for Merrimack ; 

Edward S. Cutter, Amherst, for Hillsborough ; 

Edward Farrar, Keene, for Cheshire ; 

W. H. H. Allen, Newport, for Sullivan ; 

Charles A. Dole, Haverhill, for Grafton ; 

Daniel C. Pinkham, Lancaster, for Coos. 

COUNTY SOLICITORS. 

Charles H. Bell, Exeter, for Rockingham ; 

Wolcott Hamlin, Dover, for Strafford ; 

Samuel W. Rollins, Meredith, for Belknap ; 

Luther D. Sawyer, Ossipee, for Carroll ; 

George W. Everett, New-London, for Merrimack ; 

Aaron F. Stevens, Nashua, for Hillsborough ; 

Francis A. Faulkner, Keene, for Cheshire ; 

Levi W. Barton, Newport, for Sullivan ; 

Charles W. Rand, Littleton, for Grafton ; 

Benjamin F. Whidden, Lancaster, for Coos. 
" The solicitors for the several counties shall receive from 
the State Treasury, in full compensation for the services by 
them rendered in the absence of the attorney-general, at each 



54 JUDICIARY. 

trial term of the Court (S. J. C.) at which they shall per- 
form his duties, upon a certificate thereof from the presiding 
justice, the following sums : 

In Rockingham, Hillsborough and Grafton, fifty dollars ; 

In Strafford, Merrimack and Cheshire, forty dollars ; 

In Belknap, Carroll, Sullivan and Coos, thirty dollars. 

Such solicitors shall receive for all other services by them 
performed, such reasonable compensation as the justices of 
said court may at each term direct, from the county treas- 
ury." 



LAW TERMS, 

Held by the Supreme Judicial Court, according to an act remod- 
eling the Judiciary, 1855, and as amended June session, 1859. 
The State is divided into four Judicial Districts, as fol- 
lows : 

No. 1 . To consist of the Counties of Rockingham, Straf- 
ford and Carroll ; 

No. 2. Of the Counties of Merrimack, Hillsborough and 
Belknap ; 
No. 3. Of the Counties of Cheshire and Sullivan ; 
No. 4. Of the Counties of Grafton and Coos. 
The Supreme Judicial Court shall hold terms thereof, to 
be called Law Terms, annually, within the aforesaid Judicial 
Districts, at the times and places following ; 

At Exeter on the third Tuesday of June, and at Dover on 
the second Tuesday of December, for the Counties of Rock- 
ingham and Strafford ; at Manchester on the first Tuesday 
of June, and at Concord on the first Tuesday of December, 
for the Counties of Merrimack and Hillsborough ; at Keene 
on the first Tuesday of July, and at Newport on the third 
Tuesday of December, for the Counties of Cheshire and Sul- 
livan ; at Lancaster on the third Tuesday of July, and at 
Haverhill on the Tuesday next after the fourth Tuesday of 
December, for the Counties of Grafton and Coos. 



TRIAL TERMS OF THE SUPREME JUDICIAL COURT, COM- 
PILED ACCORDING TO AN ACT PASSED JUNE 

SESSION, 1859. 

At Portsmouth, on the third Tuesday of October, and at 
Exeter on the second Tuesday of January and the second 
Tuesday of April, for the County of Rockingham. 

At Dover, on the second Tuesday of February, the last 



JUDICIARY. 55 

Tuesday of May and first Tuesday of September, for the 
County of Strafford. 

At Gilford, on the first Tuesday of February and the third 
Tuesday of August, for the County of Belknap. 

At Ossipee, on the third Tuesday of April and the third 
Tuesday of October, for the County of Carroll. 

At Concord, on the third Tuesday of August and on the 
first Tuesday of February, for the County of Merrimack. 

At Amherst, on the first Tuesday of September, at Man- 
chester on the first Tuesday of January, and at Nashua on 
the first Tuesday of May, for the County of Hillsborough. 

At Keene, on the third Tuesday of April and the third 
Tuesday of October, for the County of Cheshire. 

At Newport, on the fourth Tuesday of January and the 
first Tuesday of September, for the County of Sullivan. 

At Haverhill, on the first Tuesday of April and the first 
Tuesday of October, for the Western Judicial District; and 
at Plymouth, on the third Tuesday of May and the third 
Tuesday of November, for the Eastern Judicial District in 
the County of Grafton. 

At Lancaster, on the fourth Tuesday of April and the 
fourth Tuesday of October, for the County of Coos. 



PROBATE OFFICERS. 
JUDGES. 
Counties. Karnes and Residences. Appointed. Salary. 

Rockingham, Wm W. Stickney, Exeter, June 30, '57, $412 

Strafford, Danl G. Rollins, Somersworth, June 30, '57, 225 

Belknap, Warren Lovell, Laconia, Jan., 1841, 142 

Carroll, Joel Eastman, Conway, July 14, 1856, 150 

Merrimack, Hami^nE. Perkins, Concord, July 14, 1856, 300 

Hillsborough, David Cross, Manchester, July 14,1856, 425 

Cheshire, Larkin Baker, Westmoreland, Nov. 1841, 225 

Sullivan, Alvah Smith, Lempster, July 14, 1856, 175 

Grafton, Nathaniel S. Berry, Hebron, July 14, 1856, 300 

Coos, Turner Stephenson, July 13, 1855, 150 

REGISTERS. 

Counties. Names and Residences. Appointed. Salary. 

Rockingham, Sam , l D. Wingate, Exeter, Jan. 1, 1857, $550 
Strafford, Asa Freeman, Dover, June 30, 1857, 300 

Belknap, William L. Avery, Laconia, May 11, 1858, 183 
Carroll, Daniel G. Beede, Sandwich, July 14, 1856, 200 



56 JUDICIARY. 

Merrimack, Isaac A. Hill, Concord, Jan. 1, 1856, 400 

Hillsborough, Wm. Wetherbee, Amherst, July 13, 1855, 575 

Cheshire, Silas Hardy, Keene, Mar. 15, 1859, 300 

Sullivan, Edward Wyman, Newport, July 14, 1856, 225 

Grafton, Nath'l W. Westgate, Haverhill, July 14, 1856, 400 

Coos, Albro L. Robinson, Lancaster, July 13, 1855, 2'. 



TERMS OF THE PROBATE COURT. 
ROCKINGHAM COUNTY. 

EXETER, on the Wednesday next following the first 
Tuesday of November and April, on the Wednesday next 
following the third Tuesday of February, March and De- 
cember, and on the Wednesday next following the second 
Tuesday of every other month. 

PORTSMOUTH, on the first Tuesday of November, on 
the third Tuesday of March, and on the second Tuesday of 
January, May, July and September. 

PLAISTOW, on the first Tuesday of August and De- 
cember, and the third Tuesday of May. 

DERRY, on the Wednesday next following the first Tues- 
day of August and December, and on the Wednesday next 
following the third Tuesday of May. 

CHESTER, on the Thursday next following the first 
Tuesday of August and December, and on the Thursday 
next following the third Tuesday of May. 

DEERF1ELD, on the Friday next following the first 
Tuesday of August and December, and on the Friday next 
following the third Tuesday of May. Act of June, 1858. 

STRAFFORD COUNTY. 

DOVER, on the first Tuesday of January, March, May, 
August and October. 

ROCHESTER, on the first Tuesday of July and Decem- 
ber. 

FARMINGTON, on the first Tuesday of April and Sep- 
tember. 

SOMERS WORTH, on the first Tuesday of February, 
June and November. 

BELKNAP COUNTY. 

GILFORD, on the third Tuesday of every month. 






JUDICIARY. 5? 

CAIUfoLL COUNTY. 

OSSIPEE CORNER, on the first Tuesday of March, 
June, September and December. 

CONWAY, on the first Tuesday of January, April, July 
and October. 

TAMWORTH, on the first Tuesday of February, May, 
August and November. 

MERRIMACK COUNTY. 

CONCORD, on the fourth Tuesday of every month. 

HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY. 

MANCHESTER, on the fourth Tuesdays of January, 
March, May, July, September and November. 

NASHUA, on the fourth Tuesdays of February, April, 
June, August, October and December. 

FRANCESTOWN, on the Friday next following the 
fourth Tuesday of January, April, July and October. 

AMHERST, on the Friday next following the fourth 
Tuesday of February, June, September and December. 

PETERBOROUGH, on the Friday next following the 
fourth Tuesday of May and August. 

MASON VILLAGE, on the Friday next following the 
fourth Tuesday of November and December. Act of June, 
1859. 

CHESHIRE COUNTY. 

KEENE, on the first and third Tuesdays of every month.. 

SULLIVAN COUNTY. 

NEWPORT, on the last Wednesday of February, April, 
June, August, October and December. 

CLARE MONT, on the last Wednesday of January, March, 
May, July, September and November. 

GRAFTON COUNTY. 

HAVERHILL, on the third Tuesday of April and October. 

PLYMOUTH, on the third Tuesday of May and Novem- 
ber. 

CANAAN, on the third Tuesday of June and December. 

LISBON, on the third Tuesday of March and September. 

BRISTOL, on the third Tuesday of July. 

LITTLETON, on the third Tuesday of January. 

WENT WORTH, on the third Tuesday of . Eebruary and, 
August. 

3* 



58 JUDICIARY. 

COOS COUNTY. 

COLE BROOK, on the first Tuesday of September. 
STRATFORD, on the first Tuesday of January. 
LANCASTER, on the first Tuesday of March and No- 
yember, and the second Tuesday of May. 

WHITEFIELD, on the first Tuesday of July. 



CHANGE OP CIVIL. OFFICERS. 

Silas Hardy, January 7, 1859, was appointed Register of 
Probate for Cheshire, to take effect March 1 5, vice Calvin 
May, Jr., resigned. Levi W. Barton was appointed May 14, 
1859, Solicitor for Sullivan, vice George Ticknor resigned. 
William E. Chandler was appointed Reporter for the State of 
New-Hampshire, June 23, 1859, vice George G. Fogg, re- 
signed. 

The Court of Common Pleas was abolished at the June 
session, 1859, and the business of said court was transferred 
to the Supreme Judicial Court. Five Judges belonged to 
this court, which number was increased to six by the appoint- 
ment, July 5, of Jonathan E. Sargent, a Judge in the late 
Court of Common Pleas. 

For further changes in civil officers, see Appendix to this 
Bcgister. 



59 



ATTORNEYS AT LAW. 



In making up the annual list of lawyers for each town or 
city, it is the intention of the Compiler to insert the names, 
where there is more than one in a town or city, in the order 
in which each commenced business. An attorney, changing 
his place of business, or a young man, after having been ad- 
mitted to the practice of law, and located for business, would 
confer a favor by sending his card to the Compiler. 



Alstead, Aldis Lovell. 
Alton, J. M. Moody. 
Amherst, Perley Dodge, 

Edward 8. Cutter. 
Andover, John M. Shirley. 
Atkinson, John Kelly. 
Bath, Isaac Patterson, 

Andrew S. Woods, 

John L. Carleton, 

Harry Hibbard, 

A. P. Carpenter, 

David K. Lang, 

George A. Bingham, 

Edward Woods. 
Barnstead, C. S. George. 
Bradford, Weare Tappari, 

M. W. Tappan, 

Moses K. Haselton. 
Bristol, L. W. Fling, 

S. K. Mason. 
Canaan, William P. Weeks, 

Geo. W. Murray, (East.) 
Charlestown, George Olcott, 

E. L. Cushing, 

Henry Hubbard, 

Charles H. Chapin. 
Claremont, P. C. Freeman, 

Alphens F. Snow, 

John J. Prentiss, 

A. B. Williamson, 



Claremont, M. C. McClure, 
George Ticknor, 
E. D.Baker. 

Colebrook, D. Allen Eogers, 
A. Barker, 
Wm. S. Ladd. 

Concord, Stephen C. Badger, 
Arthur Fletcher, 
Sylvester Dana, 
Josiah Minot, 
John H. George, 
Lyman D. Stevens, 
George G. Fogg, 
Henry A. Bellows, 
A. Herbert Bellows, 
H. P. Rolfe, 
Anson S. Marshall, 
William H. Bartlett, 
Amos Hadley, 
Nehemiah Butler, 
William L. Foster, 
David Pillsbury, 
John Y. Mugridge, 
Lyman T. Flint, 
W. E. Chandler, 
Wm. F. Goodwin, 
Napoleon B. Bryant, 
Joseph C. A. Wingate, 
Samuel Butterfield, 
H. E. Perkins, 



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ATTORNEYS AT LAW. 



Concord, Charles H. Butters, 
J. Ware Butterfield, 
Jonas D. Sleeper, 
George Tenney, 
Jonathan Kittredge. 

(Fish'ville,) John A. Kilburn. 

Conway, Zara Cutler, 
Joel Eastman, 
F. R. Chase. 

Croydon, Samuel Morse. 

Deerfield, Ira St. Clair. 

Derry, David A. Gregg, 
Greenleaf C. Bartlett, 
John Porter. 

Dover, Asa Freeman, 
Daniel M. Christie, 
Charles W. Woodman, 
Thomas E. Sawyer, 
John H. White, 
Richard Kimball, 
Charles Doe, 
Samuel M. Wheeler, 
Henry T. Wiswall, 
Amasa Roberts, 
Wolcott Hamlin, 
George W. Stevens, 
Joshua G. Hall. 

Dnnbarton, Caleb Stark. 

Durham, J. A. Richardson. 

Effingham, Josiah Dearborn. 

Enfield, Samuel Davis, jr. 

Epping, John S. H. Frink. 

Epsom, Jonathan Steele. 

Exeter, John Sullivan, Att'y 
General, 
John Kelly, 
Amos Tuck, 
Gilman Marston, 
John S. Wells, 
James H. Shapley, 
Wm. W. Stickney, 
Nathaniel Gordon, 
Alvah Wood, 



Exeter, Charles H. Bell, 

J. W. Clark, 

Moses N. Collins, 

Samuel H. Stevens, 

Samuel M. Wilcox. 
Farmington, George N. East- 
man, 

Louis Bell. 
Fitzwilliam, A. A. Parker. 
Freedom, Orestes R. ToplifY, 

Edwin Pease. 
Francestown, C.V. Dearborn. 
Franklin, Geo. W. Nesmith, 

Austin F. Pike, 

M- Bradbury Goodwin, 

Daniel Barnard. 
Gilford, J. P. Hutchinson, 

Wm. L. Avery. 
(Lake Village,) 

Samuel C. Clark. 
Goffstown, David Steele. 
Hanover, Daniel Blaisdell, 

Wm. H. Duncan. 
Haverhill, David Sloan, 

N. B. Felton, 

George W. Chapman, 

N. W. Westgate, 

Charles A. Dole. 
Henniker, Edward B. S. San- 
born. 
Hillsborough, F. N. Blood. 
Hillsboro* Bridge, D. Steele, 

J. F. Briggs. 
Holderness, James L. Wilson, 
Hopkinton, Horace Chase. 
Keene, Levi Chamberlain, 

Thomas M. Edwards, 

Samuel Dinsmoor, 

Salma Hale, 

J. Henry Elliot, 

George A. Wheelock, 

Wm. P. Wheeler, 

Frank S. Fiske, 



ATTORNEYS AT LAW. 



61 



Keene, Charles C. Webster, 
Edward Farrar, 
Farnum F. Lane, 

F. A. Faulkner, 
Harvey Carleton, 
Silas Hardy. 

Laconia, S. C. Lyford, 
Warren Lovell, 
George W. Stevens, 
Ellery A. Hibbard, 
T. J. Whipple, 
O. A. J. Vaughan, 
Wm. N. Blair. 

Lancaster J. W. Williams, 
Turner Stephenson, 
S. W. Cooper, 
George A. Cossitt, 
Jacob Benton, 
William Burns, 
B. F. Whidden, 
George C. Williams, 
H. A. Fletcher, 
Jared I. Williams, 
William Hey wood, 
Henry O. Kent, 
Ossian Ray. 

Lebanon, George S. Towle, 
Aaron H. Cragin, 
Rodney Lund, 
L. R. Morris. 

Littleton, Edmund Carleton, 
Harry Bingham, 
Wm. J. Bellows, 
Charles W. Rand, 
John Farr, 
Edward D. Rand. 

Manchester, Daniel Clark, 

G. W. Morrison, 
Herman Foster, 
Mooly Currier, 
William C Clarke, 
David Cross, 
George A. French, 



Manchester, B. P. Cilley, 
J. L. Fitch, 
D. J. Clark, 
Samuel N. Bell, 
Isaac W. Smith, 

C. W. Stanley, 
Samuel D. Lord, 
Jonas B. Bowman, 
John P. Newell, 
Lucien B. Clough, 
Joseph B. Clark, 
Elijah M. Topliff, 
Samuel Upton, 

S. G. Clarke, 

Wm. Stark, 

Wm. W. Morris, 

A. B. Shattuck. 
Mason Village, William A. 

Preston. 
Meredith, S. W. Rollins, 

John Ela. 
Merrimack, Edwaid P. Par- 
ker, 

Isaac McGaw. 
Milford, BainbridgeWadleigh. 

Gilbert Wadleigh, 

O. W. Lull. 
Milan, Albert Baker. 
Milton, Cyrus Jones. 
MoultonboiV, S. Emerson. 
Nashua, Aaron W. Sawyer, 

A. F. Stevens, 

B.'B. Whittemore, 

Edward B. West, 

Benjamin F. Emerson, 

A. P. Hughes, 

D. F. Whittle, 
William W. Bailey, 
C. R. Morrison, 
Wm. L. Carter. 

New-Ipswich, John Preston. 
New-London, G. W. Everett. 
Newmarket, Wm. B. Small. 



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ATTORNEYS AT LAW. 



Newport, Amasa Edes, 

Edmund Burke, 

W. F. Newton, 

S. H. Edes, 

Levi W. Barton, 

S. L. Bowers, 

Albert S. Wait, 

W. H. H. Allen. 
Northfield, Asa P. Cate, 
Northwood, N. Dearborn. 
Orford, John Rogers. 
Ossipee, Luther D. Sawyer, 

Sanborn B. Carter. 
Pembroke, Moody Kent. 
Peterboro\Charles G.Cheney, 

Cornelius V. Dearborn, 

George A. Ramsdell. 
Pittsfield, Benj. Emerson, 

Lewis W. Clark, 

H. B. Leavitt. 
Plaistow, Wm. H. Hills. 
Plainfield, Charles Flanders. 
Plymouth, Wm. Leverett, 

Joseph Clark, 

C. J. F. Stone, 

Joseph Burrows, 

Henry W. Blair. 
Portsmouth, P. R. Freeman, 

Wm. Claggett, 

Alfred W. Haven, 

Wm. H. Y. Hackett, 

James Smith, 

Lory Odell, 

Albert R. Hatch, 

W. H. Rollins, 

I. B. Claggett, 

William H. Hackett, 

Horace Webster. 

Sam'l H. Goodall, 

J. Warren Towle, 

Albert H. Hoyt, 

Edwin N. Mathes, 

Amos S. Alexander 



Rindge, George W. Todd, jr. 
Rochester, D. J. Parsons, 

Cyrus K. Sanborn. 
Rollinsford, Geo. B. Sawyer. 
Rumney, Josiah Quincy, 

Samuel Herbert. 
Sanbornton (Bridge,) B. M. 
Colby, 

Charles C. Rogers, 

Wm. T. Norris, 
Sandwich, I. A. Bean. 
Shelburne, Fletcher Odell. 
Somers worth, Ichabod G. Jor- 
dan, 

John A. Burleigh, 

Nathaniel Wells, 

Royal Eastman, 

Edward A. Rollins, 

George W. Burleigh, 

George S. Sullivan, 

Wm. D. Knapp. 
Strafford, George C. Peavey, 

Benj. F. Winckley. 
Stratford, E. H. Mahurin, 

C. D. Johnson. 
Sunapee, W. C. Sturoc. 
Tarn worth, Obed Hall. 
Wakefield, Wm. Sawyer, 

Amasa Copp, 

Charles U. Chesley. 
Walpole, Frederick Vose. 
Warner, Harrison G. Harris. 
Wentworth, T. J. Smith, 

Charles Henry Bartlett. 
Wilmot, Wm. W. Flanders. 
Wilton, Charles H. Burns. 
Winchester, E. M. Forbes, 
Winchester, Eliery Albee. 
Wolf boro', Henry H. Orne, 

Zachariah Batchelder, 

Charles F. Hill^ 

Wm. C. Fox. 



NOTARIES PUBLIC. 



A list of those admitted to practice in courts of law, as 
attorneys, by statute : 



Bartlett, Geo. W. M. Pitman. 
Dover, G. T. Wentworth. 
Haverhill, John S. Bryant, 

David Page. 
Kingston, Wm. C. Patten. 



Marlow, Bethuel Farley. 
Manchester, B. B. Bunker. 
Plymouth, James McQuesten, 
Tuftonboro', John Peavey, 



NOTARIES PUBLIC. 



[The names .in the following list having a star, were ap« 
pointed under the law before 1827, which appointment was 
made to continue during good behavior.] 



Amherst, Charles Richardson. 
Barrington, J. H. Winkley, jr. 
Brentwood, W. H. Dudley. 
Charlestown, Henry H. Syl- 
vester, 

George Olcott, jr. 
Chichester, Charles H. Car- 
penter. 
Claremont, Geo. N. Farwell, 

J. L. Farwell. 
Concord, N. G. Uphanr*, 

Ebenezer S. Towle, 

George Minot, 

Arthur Fletcher, 

Elisha Morrill, 

Wm. P. Foster, 

Stephen C. Badger, 

John S. Rollins, 

Edson Hill, 

Lyman D. Stevens, 

Elbridge D. Carter, 

Charles Minot, 

Charles H. Hill. 



Concord, J. Ware Butterfield, 
Joseph C. A. Wingate. 

Colebrook, D. Allen Rogers. 

Derry, Ira A. Ramsey, • 
David Currier. 

Dover, Asa A. Tufts, 

Charles W. Woodman, 
Charles Woodman, 
Samuel M. Wheeler. 

Francestown, Cornelius V, 
Dearborn, 
Paul H. Bixby. 

Exeter, Nathaniel Gordon, 
James W. Odlin, 
William B.Morrill, 
Nathaniel A. Shute. 

Epping, Charles W. Sargent. 

Farmington, G. L. White- 
house, 
John D. Lyman. 

Hampton-Falls, John W. 
Dodge, 
Thomas L. Sanborn. 

Hanover, David Kimball. 



64 



NOTARIES PUBLIC. 



Jaffrey, Peter Upton, 

Spencer L. Bailey. 
Keene, Thomas H. Leverett, 

George W. Tilden, 

Francis A. Faulkner, 

Daniel Buss, 

R. N. Porter. 
Laconia, John T. Coffin, 

Almon C. Leavitt. 
Lancaster, Richard P. Kent, 

George C. Williams. 
Lebanon, Edward J. Durant, 

James H. Kendrick. 
Lisbon, Wm. H. Cummings. 
Littleton, Adam Moore. 
Lyme, Thomas Perkins. 
Manchester, Sam'l D. Bell,* 

Herman Foster, 

Moody Currier, 

David Cross, 

David J. Clark, 

J. Dudley Lyford, 
• Jacob F. James, 

Samuel N. Bell, 

Isaac W. Smith, 

Elijah M. Topliff, 

Rufus Baker, 

Joseph B. Clark, 

John D. Erving, 

William Stark, 

Charles E. Balch, 

Nathan Parker, 

George B. Chandler, 

Bradbury Ciiley. 
Meredith, S. W. Rollins. 
Marlow, Ephraim Parker. 
Milford, Hiram A. Daniels, 

Gilbert Wadleigh. 
Milan, Osman M. Twitchell. 
Nashua, Aaron F. Stevens, 

B. B. Whittemore, 

Francis Winch, 

Aaron W. Sawyer, 



Nashua, Albert McKean. 

New-Hampton, John Nash. 

New-Ipswich, George Barrett, 
John Preston, 
Edward A. Barrett. 

Newmarket, David Murray. 

Newport, Paul J. Wheeler. 

Ossipee, Daniel Wentworth. 

Pembroke, Aaron Whitte- 
more. 

Peterborough, Chas. G. Che- 
ney. 

Pittsfield, Josiah Carpenter. 

Plymouth, Chas. J. F. Stone. 

Portsmouth, William Clag- 
gett,* 
Wm. B. Parker* 
D. P. Drown* 
James F. Shores, 
Oliver W. Penhallow, 
Joseph M. Edmonds, 
Wm. H. Hackett, 
John Size, 
George G. Brewster, 
Wm. Tuckerman, 
Wm. L. Dwight, 
John N. Frost. 

Rochester, J. McDuffie, 
Franklin McDuffie, 
Edward Sawyer. 

Rollinsford, J. P. Emerson. 

Rye, Warren Parsons. 

Sandwich, Joseph Wentworth, 
Wm. M. Weed, 
Ira A. Bean. 

Sanbornton, Wm. T. Cass. 

Shelburne, Barker Burbank. 

Somers worth, Mark Noble, 
Henry Y. Hayes, 
James B. Shapleigh, 
John A. Burleigh, Jr. 

Stoddard, Silas Dinsmoor. 



NOTARIES PUBLIC. 65 



Tuftonborough, John Peavey. 
Walpole, Frederick Yose. 
Warner, George Jones. 
Winchester, Erastus Snow, 
Edward M. Forbes. 



Wolfborough, Thos. J. Teb- 
betts, 
H. B. Rust ,* 
Abel Haley. 



COMMISSIONERS. 



The following are Commissioners resident in other States, who have 
been appointed by the Executive of New-Hampshire to take testi- 
mony and depositions to be read in the Courts of New-Hampshire ; 
also to administer oaths, to take the acknowledgment of deeds, 
powers-of -attorney , and all instruments, under seal, to be recorded 
in this State. 

ALABAMA. Mobile, Mark W. Delahay, Sidney F. Douglas, 
Samuel H. Parker. 

CALIFORNIA. San Francisco, James Wilson, Joseph Grant, 
Andrew Williams, Samuel W. Moore, L. W. Sloat, T. J. Thibault, 
Alexander Boyd, Albert G. Randall, C. J. Brenham, William F. 
French; Sacramento, Richard H. Stanley, Wm. N. Price, Wm. G. 
English, A. Iv. Grim. 

CONNECTICUT. Norivich, John T. Wait; Middletown, Arthur 
B. Calef ; Hartford, Edward Goodwin, Benning Mann, Wm. Wal- 
lace ; New-Haven, Lyman E. Munson. 

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. Washington, Charles De Selding, 
George C. Thomas, Thomas B. King, George Fisher, Charles Wal- 
ter, John S. Hollinsford. 

FLORIDA. Tallahassee, C. W. Downing. 

GEORGIA. Savannah, Levi S. Russell. 

ILLINOIS. Chicago, Charles N. Holden, Alexander Smith, O. 
W. R. Lull, Charles Hitchcock, Wm. W. Stewart, R. C. Wright, 
Wm. I. Patterson, Gideon W. Davenport, John W. Magill, Philip 
A. Hoyne, Samuel C. Smith, Wm. C.Bryant, Gehard Foreman; 
Peru, George W. Gilson; Bunker Hill, E. H. Davis; Beardstown, 
Thomas M.Thompson; Rock-Island, Quincy McNiel ; Rock Creek, 
Daniel W. Dame. 

INDIANA. Indianapolis, Salman A. Buell, Wm. Y. Wiley; 
South-Bend, John F. Miller. 

IOWA. Fort des Moines, Henry C. Grinnell ; Davenport, James 
Thorington, George P. Whitcomb, Richard H. Sylvester; Clinton, 
John H. Sullivan; Sioux City, Robert Means; Dubuque, John D. 
Lambert, Solon H. Langworthy. 

KANSAS TERRITORY. Leavenworth, John A. Halderman; 
Sumner, John J. Ingalls. 

KENTUCKY. Covington, Charles Mooar ; Lexington, Benjamin 
F. Graves. 



66 COMMISSIONERS. 

LOUISIANA. New-Orleans, Samuel B. Davis, Myers M. Cohen, 
Walter H. Peters, George Rarshede, Wm. Shannon, James Gra 
ham, Adolphe Mazureau; Shreveport, J. W. Landruin. 

MAINE. Kittery, Ephraim Otis. Stillman B. Allen; Portland, 
James C. Donnell, Edward H. Davis, Josiah Pierce, Jr., Wm. C. 
Ten Broeck, Henry Willis, Charles B. Merrill, George E. B. Jack- 
son, James O. Dannell; Bangor, Ichabod D. Bartlett, George 
Kent, John E. Godfrey ; Augusta, Asaph R. Nichols ; Bath, John 
H. Kimball; Calais, George B. Burns; Lewiston, Horatio G. Cil 
ley; North- Par sons field, John C. Moore; Belfast, Frederick A 
Lewis; Fryeburg, George B. Barrows. 

MARYLAND. Baltimore, Jabez D. Pratt, George W. Browne, 
Wm. B. Nelson, Albert A. Nunes, James R. Patridge, Dalrymple 
Williams. 

MASSACHUSETTS. Boston, Edward A. Dana, Horace L. 
Hazelton, George S. Hale, James A. Abbott, W. H. L. Smith, Benj. 
Pond, S. W. Bates, Geo. T. Angell, Asa Cothell, Francis B. Hayes, 
Daniel Sharp, Augustus H. Fisk, Joseph Nickerson, George F. 
Richardson, Ephraim Brown, Jr., Joseph McKean, C. Milton, 
Samuel H. Jenks, Sumner Albee, Ivers J. Austin, David H. Mason, 
Josiah W. Hubbard, Henry E. Hersey, John P. Healey, Stephen 
Gordon Nash, Harvey Jewell, R. N. Pierce, Wilder Dwight, 
Albion K. P. Joy, Horace G. Hutchins, Samuel L. Thorn- 
dike, Francis Palfrey, Henry W. Haynes, John B. Thayer, 
Isaac Jones Cutter, Joseph H. Buckingham, Henry H. Downes, 
Charles W. Tuttle, Otis Gray Randall, George E. Betton, Robert 
S. Burbank, Martin Keller, Daniel Sharp, W. E. P. Smyth, John 
E. M. Gilley, JosiahB. Kinsman, Samuel Wells, Jr., David Bryant, 
Harman W. Green, Duncan McB. Thaxton, David H. Cooledge, 
John W. Titus ; Lowell, Samuel Lawrence, Arthur F. L. Norris, 
Samuel G. Clark, Moses G. Howe, Wm. S. Gardner; Lawrence, 
Benjamin Bordman, George P. Briggs; Springfield, John M. Steb- 
bens; Worcester, J. M. Hill, Isaac Davis; Milton, James H. Dud- 
ley, J. McKean Churchill; Greenfield, Benj. P. Tyler; Charles- 
town, S. J. Hall, Paul Willard, Jr. ; Salem, Thomas P. Pingry, Jr., 
Robert S. Rantoul, Stephen P. Wilde; Danvers, Benj. C. Perkins; 
Brighton, Joseph Dunklee; Reading, Horatio N. Cate; Lynn, 
Isaac Brown ; Weymouth, Fisher A. Kingsbury ; Clinton, Charles 
G.Stephens; Winchendon, Benj. P. Tyler, Lafayette W. Peirce, 
Giles H.Whitney; Andover, John E. Stanyan; West-Brookfield, 
D. L. Morril; Lexington, Wm. P. Hill; Newburyport, Edmund 
Smith ; Cambridge, John H. Tyler, Ambrose Wellington, Henry 
B. Furnald, Jabez A. Sawyer; Nantucket, E. M. Gardner; Chicko- 
pee, Augustus L. Soule; Brookline, George A. Palmer; Boxbury, 
Otis G. Randall; Townsend, Frederick A. Worcester; Wobum, 
Charles C. Woodman; Dedham, Frank H. Shorey; Walpole, John 
M. Merrick; Haverhill, John J. Marsh, Henry L. Merrill. 

MICHIGAN. Detroit, Wm. J. Waterman ; Homer, J. Eugene 
Tenney ; Adrian, Wm. P. Glover. 

MINNESOTA. St. Paul, John B. Sanborn, Theodore French, 
Luther B. Guernsey, Edward G. Odiorne; St. Anthomfs Falls, 
David A. Secombe; Canhassan } Harrison R. Morse; Hastings, 
Oren T. Hayes; Minneapolis, Richard J. Mendinhall, Cyrus Al- 
drich; Oivatona, M. A. Daley; Wabashaw, Henry M. Bacon. 



COMMISSIONERS. 67 

MISSOURI. St. Louis, Edward W. Shands, Charles. H. Haven, 
James B. Goff, Thomas H. Teagarden. 

NEW-JERSEY. Paterson, Charles R. Rogers ; Newark, James 
F. Bond, John J. Searing. 

NEW-YORK. New-York, James W. Savage, Charles J. Bush- 
nell, Wm. A. Woodward M. Gibbs, F. G. Burnham, R. A. Wat- 
kinson, C. A. Nichols, S. Lay, Edwin F. Carey, James B. Bullock, 
Wm. Furniss, L. N. Glover, Wm. J. Sinclair, Wm. Grandin, John 
Livingston, N. Wm. Busteed, James W. Hale, Edmund J. Porter, 
Martin V. B. Wilcoxson, Amos A. Gould, Edward H. Stansbury, 
Enoch P. Reed, James C. Rice, Sidney S. Harris, Theodore Styve- 
port, Joseph F. Macy, Seth Webb, Jr., Horace Andrews, Charles 
Nettleton, Francis E. Dana, Lewis Hurst, Wm. P. Converse, Ben- 
jamin Rankin, Benj. F. Mudgett, Bedford A. Watkinson, Benjamin 
A. Hegeman, Augustus P. Mange, N. A. Coudrey, Amasa C. Moore, 
Alexander Ostrander, Gardner S. Hutchinson, Isaac W. Tucker, 
Oliver Holden, James B. Moore, Alexander Gardiner, Joseph G. 
Wilson^ Joseph B. Nones, Charles E. Soule, Horatio N. Otis, Solo- 
mon Dinger, Herman L. Emmons, Jr., W. Coventry, H. Waddell, 
Edwin F. Corey, Jr., Henry C. Bank, Calvin M. Northup, Henry 
Dunlap, Wm. Birney, Allen Ruthaford, Edward Bissell ; Albany, 
Sidney S. Harris, William H. Brown, Moses S. Adams; Niagara, 
Charles H. Piper; Perry, Peter Patterson; Rochester, H. A. 
Brewster; Troy, J. D.Billings, Isaac McConihe, D. Chancey Os- 
born ; Ravenswood, Gordon R. Ford ; Brooklyn, Theophilus C. 
Collicut, T. Perry, William Cleveland Ford, James D. Hall; Lan- 
sing, George M. Dewey; Buffalo, Amos A. Blanchard, John D. 
Townsend, James S. Gibbs; Little Valley, Salmon P. Russell. 

NEW-MEXICO. Santa Fe, Grenville H. Childs. 

NORTH-CAROLINA. Newburn, George S. Baker. 

OHIO. Cleveland, James Wade, Jr., Henry G. Perry; Cincin- 
nati, D. M. Porter, A. Van Hamon, Alexander M. (Griffey, Ed- 
ward B. Olcott, John A. Lynch, Samuel S. Carpenter, Charles D. 
Mansfield; Maumee City, S. M. Young. 

OREGON TERRITORY. Youcalla, J. W. P. Huntington. 

PENNSYLVANIA. Philadelphia, E. M. Woodward, John H. 
Frick, John Binns, Arthur M. Benton, Charles Sargeant, Frederick 
A. Adams, William Sloanaker, Robert W. Wait, Luther B. Guern- 
sey, Edward Shippen, Theodore D. Rand, Hugh W. Tener, James 
Todd; Pittsburg, A. W. Foster; Williamsport, C. D. Emery; Erie, 
David W. Hutchinson. 

RHODE-ISLAND. Providence, Wingate Hayes. 

SOUTH-CAROLINA. Charleston, H. H. Baker, S. J. Hull. 
> TENNESSEE. Memphis, James B. Thornton, Edward B. Trez- 
erant, John H. Harrison. 

TEXAS. Galveston, Alfred F. James; Houston, John H. H, 
Woodward. 

VERMONT. Belloios-Falls, John N. Baxter ; Windsor, Dudley 
T. Chase; Brattleborough, L. G. Mead; Bradford, Lewis R. Mor- 
ris; Norwich, Ira Davis ; Burlington, William G.Shaw; Rutland, 
Samuel Williams. 



68 COMMISSIONERS. 

VIRGINIA. Richmond, S. T. Bayley; Norfolk, H. Robertson; 
Alexandria, J. L. Kinzer; Lafayette, Isaac H. Wright. 

WISCONSIN. Milwaulcie City, John C. Starkweather, William 
R. Woodbury; Kenosha, Isaac W. Webster, Reuben H. Deming; 
Por£ Washington, William H. Ramsey; OshJcosh, Alexander T. 
Gray ; Janesville, George S. Dodge, A. T. Gray ; Green Bay, James 
S. Baker; Madison, Calvin Ainsworth; Prescott, Oliver Gibbs, Jr. ; 
Beloit, Roger S. Mills. 

RESIDENT COMMISSIONERS. 

The Executives of each of the following States have appointed, 
as Commissioners resident in New-Hampshire : 

ALABAMA. Dover, Charles W. Woodman. 

ARKANSAS. Portsmouth, William B. Parker. 

CALIFORNIA. Hopkinton, Herman Harris Greene; Ports- 
mouth, William B. Parker. 

CONNECTICUT. Bath, John L. Carlton; Portsmouth, W. B. 
Parker; Dover, Charles W. Woodman. 

DELAWARE. Portsmouth, William B. Parker. 

FLORIDA. Dover, C. W. Woodman; Portsmouth, William B. 
Parker. 

GEORGIA. Dover, C. W. Woodman ; Portsmouth, W B. Par- 
ker. 

ILLINOIS. Concord, Josiah Minot; Portsmouth, William B. 
Parker; Manchester, William C. Clarke; Dover, Chas. W. Wood- 
man; Portsmouth, William H. Hackett. 

INDIANA. Dover, C. W. Woodman; Portsmouth, W. B. Par- 
ker. 

IOWA. Portsmouth, William B. Parker; Lancaster, George C. 
Williams; Dover, Charles W. Woodman; Concord, William F. 
Goodwin; Alton, 3 . M. Moody. 

KENTUCKY. Dover, C. W. Woodman; Portsmouth, W. B. 
Parker. 

LOUISIANA. Portsmouth, William B. Parker. 

MASSACHUSETTS. Concord, William F. Goodwin, William 

E. Chandler; Keene, Levi Chamberlain, sChas. C.Webster, F. A. 
Faulkner; Portsmouth, William B. Parker, W. H. Y. Hackett; 
Dover, Charles W. Woodman ; Manchester, Herman Foster, Geo. 
A. French; New-Ipswich, John Preston; Derry, David Currier; 
Littleton, Francis P. Knowlton ; Pelham, Moody Hobbs ; Exeter, 
Charles G. Conner. 

MARYLAND. Portsmouth, William B. Parker, Wm. H. Rol- 
lins. 

MAINE. Concord, James Hoyt, William II. Bartlett, William 

F. Goodwin; Somersworth, Edward A. Rollins; Dover, Charles 
W. Woodman; Portsmouth, W '. B. Parker, Wm. H. Y. Hackett; 
Northwood, Ira B. Hoitt; Derry, L. Harper, David Currier; Hopkiu- 
ton, Dyer H. Sanborn. 



COMMISSIONERS. 69 

MICHIGAN. Portsmouth^ William B. Parker; Concord, Lyman 
D, Stevens. ' 

MINNESOTA, Portsmouth, William H. Hackett. 

MISSOURI, Portsmouth, William B. Parker. 

MISSISSIPPI. Concord, William F. Goodwin. 

NEW-YORK. Concord, Arthur Fletcher, William F. Goodwin ; 
Portsmouth, W » B. Parker, William H. Hackett; Hanover, Wil- 
liam H. Duncan, Daniel Blaisdell; Claremont, Alpheus F. Snow; 
Derry, Wm. Anderson; Manchester, L. B. Clough; Dover, Charles 
W. Woodman. 

NEW-JERSEY. Dover, Charles W. Woodman; Portsmouth, 
W. B. Parker. 

NORTH-CAROLINA. Dover, Charles W. Woodman; Ports- 
mouth, William B. Parker. 

OHIO. Dover, Charles W. Woodman; Portsmouth, William B» 
Parker. 

PENNSYLVANIA. Dover, Charles W. Woodman; Ports- 
mouth, William B. Parker, William H. Hackett. 

RHODE-ISLAND. Portsmouth, William B. Parker. 

SOUTH-CAROLINA. Dover, Charles W. Woodman; Ports- 
mouth, William B. Parker. 

TEXAS. Derry, David Currier; Dover, Charles W. Woodman; 
Portsmouth, William B. Parker. 

TENNESSEE. Dover, Charles W. Woodman. 

VERMONT. Portsmouth, William B. Parker; Dover, Charles 
W. Woodman. 

VIRGINIA. Portsmouth, William B. Parker; Dover, C. W. 
Woodman. 

WISCONSIN. Concord, Arthur Fletcher; Dover, C. W. Wood- 
man ; Amherst, Charles Richardson. 



70 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 



COUNTY OF ROCKINGHAM, 

Was incorporated March 19, 1771. Number of towns, thirty* 

eight, Shire towns, Portsmouth and Exeter. ( County records 

kept at Exeter.) Population, 1850, 49,194. 

County Treasurer — Charles M. Norris, Epping, salary, $150. 

Register of Deeds — Benjamin D. Laighton, Exeter. 

County Sealer — Freese Dearborn, Exeter. 

County Commissioners — William C. Patten, Kingston ; Isaac 
Woodbury, Salem ; Darius Frink, Newington. 

ATKINSON. Justice, State— Greenleaf Clarke. 

Justices, Quorum — Richard Greenough, John Kelly. 

Justices — Isaac B. Hovey, L. P. E. Richards, Moses H. 
Johnson, Albert Noyes, Wm. Noyes. 

AUBURN. Justice, State — Franklin Crombie. 

Justices — Andrew F. Fox, John Moore, George G. Griffin, 
Richard Hall, Nathaniel Brown, Wm. W. Leighton, Wm. 
Henry Murray, Kendrick Emery. 

BRENTWOOD. Justices, Quorum— Sias Noble, Win- 
throp H. Dudley. 

Justices — Jonathan M. Sinclair, James P. Thing, Joseph 
B. T. Graves, T. S. Robinson. 

CANDIA. Justices, State — John Moore, Rufus E. Patten, 
Jonathan Martin. 

Justices, Quorum — E. P. Prescott, Nehemiah Colby. 

Justices. — Joseph C. Langford, Henry M. Eaton, Johm 
Smith, Samuel Dudley, Plumer W. Sanborn, J. Harvey Phil-i 
brick, Carr B. Haines, John Rowe, William Crane, David M. 
Batchelder, Moses T. Emerson, Dana D. Thrasher, Moses 
B. Smith, Levi Bean, Wm. W. Neal, John L. Fitts. 

CHESTER. Justices, State— Thomas J. Melvin, John W, 
Noyes. 

Justices, Quorum — John S. Couch, Robert Shirley. 

Justices — Joseph Webster, Isaac Lane, Jacob P. Whitte< 
more, John White, William Greenough, Asahel Weeks 
Woodbury Masters, John Dearborn, Amos Hazelton, Osgood 
Richards, Lucien Kent. 



COUNTY OP ROCKINGHAM. 71 

DANVILLE. Justices, Quorum — Josiah Tewksbury, A. 
Quimby. 

Justices — William Hoyt, Jairus Towle, Enos Tewksbury. 

DEERFIELD. Justices, State — Benjamin Jenness, Ira 
St. Clair. 

Justices, Quorum — Winthrop Hilton, Levi B. Philbrick. 

Justices — Thomas D. "Rawlins, D. Stevens, Josiah B. Til- 
ton, Arthur L. Tenant, Lowell Eastman, Francis Cate, David 
Smith, Israel N. Gale, Samuel Hobbs, Lewis Ladd, Joseph 
J. Mills, Samuel Woodman, Gustavus M. Sanborn, George 
W. Simpson, Richard J. Sanborn, Ezra A.J. Sawyer, George 
H. Stevens. 

DERRY. Justices, State — David A. Gregg, Samuel Mar- 
shall, David Currier, Alexis Proctor. 

Justices, Quorum — William Choate, Samuel Adams, Sam- 
uel H. Quincy, Greenleaf C. Bartlett. 

Justices — Alanson Tucker, Lucien Harper, Richard Melvin, 
Ithamar Hubbard, George H. Taylor, Israel Herrick, Leon- 
ard Brickett, Joseph Montgomery, John H. Waterman, Wil- 
liam W. Poor, David H. Pinkerton, John Porter, Nathaniel 
H. Brown, James Priest, James Choate, Charles C. Parker. 

EAST-KINGSTON. Justice, State— James M. Sanborn. 

Justice, Quorum — Benjamin L. Morrill. 

Justices — Nathan B. Tilton, E. F. Currier, George B. Web- 
ster, B. R. Webster. 

EPPING. Justices, State— Daniel W. Ladd, William L. 
Plumer. 

Justices, Quorum — Nathaniel Batchelder, George W. Law- 
rence, James M. Godfrey, Joseph C Plumer, Benjamin M. 
Folsom. 

Justices — Thomas Folsom, Abraham Plumer, Dudley L. 
Harvey, Benjamin Burley, John L. Folsom, Henry F. Hoyt, 
John S. H. Frink, Hosea B. Burnham, Ezra T. Barber, John 
L. Martin, David D. Plumer, Winthrop N. Dow, Josiah B. 
Chase, Folsom Dow, Charles M. Norris, Wm. F. Lawrence, 
David F. Bartlett. 

EXETER. Justices, State— John Sullivan, John Kelly, 
John S. Wells, Samuel Hatch, William W. Stickney, Charles 
H. Bell, William B. Morrill, Charles G. Conner, John S. 
Brown, Amos Tuck, Nathaniel Gordon, J. Hamilton Shap- 
ley. 

Justices, Quorum— Freese Dearborn, Alvah Wood, Thomas 
Smith, James M. Loyering. 



?2 COUNTY OFFICEKS. 

Justices— Daniel Melcher, Gilman Marston, Woodbridge 
Odlin, Charles Conner, Joseph Taylor Gilman, William H. 
Robinson, Joseph B. Flagg, John F. Moses, William P. 
Moulton, Oren Head, A. P. Blake, S. Dana Wingate, John 
W. Clark, Jarvis McDuffee, Moses N. Collins, Samuel H. 
Stevens, Nathaniel Shute, Joseph T. Porter, Leonard M. 
Dow, Samuel M. Wilcox, Charles Gill, William Henry Smith, 
John W. Getchell, Wm. W. Curtis, Jonathan W. Robinson. 

FREMONT. Justice, Quorum— Perley Robinson. 
Justices — Isaiah L. Robinson, Timothy Tilton, John H. 
Carr, William H. Brown. 

GO SPORT. Justice— Nathaniel F. Berry. 

GREENLAND. Justice, State— Joshua W. Pierce. 
Justices — Edward Holmes, William L. Brackett, Green- 
leaf C. Clough. 

HAMPSTEAD. Justice, State— Josiah C.Eastman. 

Justices, Quorum — Moses Hoyt, John Ordway, Francis V. 
Dow. 

Justices — Isaac Smith, Samuel Morse, Ebenezer Hoit, Amos 
Buck, Henry Putnam, Philo Dow, Daniel Nichols, Caleb 
Moulton, Moses C. Smith, Benaiah Titcomb, Charles H. 
Shannon. 

HAMPTON. Justices, State— Uri Lamphrey, Thomas 
Leavitt. 

Justices— Aaron Coffin, David Marston, Jr., John J. Leav- 
itt, David Knowles, Alfred Leavitt, J. D. Neal, William T. 
Merrill, John M. Palmer, John P. Towle. 

HAMPTON-FALLS. Justices, Quorum— N. P. Cram, 
George H. Dodge, L. Lane. 

Justices — Thomas Brown, Charles H. Sanborn, Thayer S. 
Sanborn, Wells W. Healey,| Charles A.Nason, Simon Wins- 
low, J. W. Dodge, Charles T. Brown, James D. Brown. 

KENSINGTON. Justices— Ira Blake, John T. Blake, 
George A. Chase, Ira N. Blake, Samuel P. Tuck, John Page, 
Jr., Joseph N. Healey. 

KINGSTON. Justice, State— Gideon Webster. 

Justice, Quorum — Samuel Webster. 

Justices— John Pa^re, Luther D. Peaslee, James Spofford, 
Thomas Bassett, William C. Patten, John P. French, Abner 
Burbank, Joseph Judkins, Jacob Peaslee, William M. Web- 



ROCKINGHAM COUNTY. 7<3 

ster, George W. Sanborn, Jona. Severance, Jesse P. Marshall, 
Andrew J. Cilley. 

LONDONDERRY. Justice, State— Reed P. Clark. 

Justices, Quorum — Robert Mack, J. N. Anderson, William 
Anderson, Malachi F. Dodge, Jr. 

Justices — Francis Manter, John Adams, Thomas Patterson, 
John Shipley, Alfred Greeley, Daniel Wilkins, William J. 
Campbell, William P. Richardson, John A. Holmes > David 
R. Leach, Warren Richardson, John Greeley, Henry Crow- 
ell, James M. Platts, Francis D. Anderson, 

NEWCASTLE. Justice, Quorum— John P. Cooper. 
Justices — William Yennard, Thomas Tarlton, John Tarl- 
ton, Jr. 

NEWINGTON. Justices, Quorum— Winthrop Pickering, 
Darius Frink. 

Justices — James A. Pickering, John Fabyan, Richard Pick- 
ering, George E. Colman, Frederick William DeRochemont, 
Joseph W. Pickering, Nathaniel P. Coleman. 

NEWMARKET. Justices, State— James B. Creighton, 
David Murray, George W. Kittredge, John R. Sanborn, 
William B. Small, Nathan H. Leavitt, William A. Shack- 
ford, Augustus B. Clay, Miles Durgin. 

Justices, Quorum— Z. D. Creighton, Samuel P. Dow. 

Justices — Samuel A. Haley, John S. Bennett, John Per- 
kins, T. Murray, William Folsom, Nathan H. Harvey, In- 
galls Bunker, Samuel French, John F. Chapman, Joseph D. 
Stott. 

NEWTON. Justice, State-" Elijah R. Currier. 

Justices, Quorum — John Hoit, Thomas Carter. 

Justices — Jonathan G. Gale, Zebadiah Hoit, Philip Whit- 
tier, Sargent Heath, Ebenezer Peaslee, Alexander White. 

NORTH-HAMPTON. Justices, Quorum— Nath'l Bach- 
elder, Samuel Dow. 

Justices — S. D. Lane, Hezekiah B. Lamprey, J. S. Hobbs, 
Rufus Leavitt. 

^ORTHWOOD. Justice, State— Ira B. Hoitt. 

Justices, Quorum — Nathaniel Dearborn, W. T. Willey. 

Justices — Jonathan K. Hoit, John J. Pillsbury, Samuel S. 
James, Hollis J. Clark, Henry Knowlton, Yincent P. Tasker, 
John R. Richardson, Woodbury M. Durgin. 
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74 COUNTY OFFICERS. 

NOTTINGHAM. Justices, State— James H. Butler, 
Daniel Tuttle, Samuel S. Dame. 

Justices, Quorum. — Joseph Bartlett, Jonathan Gove. 

Justices — John Crawford, Daniel Demeritr, Ebenezer S. 
Tuttle, William Jenness, Edward F. Gerrish, John H. Mars- 
ton, John C. Holmes, George W. White, William Norris, 
Chase C. Hill, John 0. Cilley. 

PLAISTOW. Justices, Quorum — Benjamin George, Jo- 
seph N. George. 

Justices — Richard Welch, William H. Hills, Moses C. 
Kimball, Jesse E. George, Amos C. Clement, James M. Da- 
vis, Hiram Smart, Jr. 

PORTSMOUTH. Justices, State— Abner Greenleaf, R. 
Jenness, William B. Parker, William Claggett, John R. Red- 
ing, Zenas Clement, George G. Brewster, Albert H. Hoyt, 
Ichaborl Goodwin, Horton D. Walker, Thomas L Tullock, 
Wm. H. Y. Hackett, John Bennett. Joseph M. Edmonds. 

Justices, Quorum— Daniel P. Drown, Samuel Hall, Augus- 
tus Jenkins, Lory Odell, Henry F. Wendell, Samuel Spin- 
ney, Oliver W. Penhallow, Alfred M. Hoyt, William Lam- 
bert, Samuel H. Goodal!, Joseph W. Towle. 

Justices — Alfred W. Haven, Josiah G. Hadley, Albert R. 
Hatch, John Knowlton, Thomas Treadwell, Peter Jenness, 
John W. Fernald, William H. Rollins, Joseph D. Pillow, 
Ammi R. H. Fernald, William Tuckerman, I. B. Claggett, 
William B. Russell, Samuel Rowe, William H. Hackett, 
James P. Bartlett, Christopher S. Toppan, Horace Webster, 
William R. Martin, Moses Wherren, James Dame, Charles 
C. Harvey, Washington Williams, Joseph P. Morse, Joseph 
B. Adams, Edward N. Anderson, William Conn, Aurin M. 
Payson, Samuel Gray, John Christie, William A. Vaughan, 
Alexander H. Ladd, William Stearns, Robert Morrison, 
Frank A. Allen, Jacob Walden, Edwin N. Mathes, Amos 
Pearson, Andrew Gardner, John Sise, John N. Frost, Ed- 
mund M. Brown, John H. Bailey, John P. Payson, Clement 
March. 

RAYMOND. Justices, State — John Brown, Joseph Blake. 

Justices, Quorum — James Welch, Daniel N. Lane. 

Justices — John Folsom, Benjamin B. Giiman, John M. Ste- 
vens, Levi Brown, Jr., John Healey, Samuel B. Gove, Jacob 
Elliot, Horace Gordon, Oliver Jones, Oliver Tilton, James 



ROCKINGHAM COUNTY. 75 

T. Dudley, Sewell D. Tilton, True M. Gould, Samuel M. 
Harriman, Jeremiah Fullerton. 

RYE. Justice, Quorum — Thomas J. Parsons. 

Justices— Charles J. Brown, William Locke, John C. Phil- 
brick, Charles A. Drake, Jonathan T. Walker, Emmons B. 
Philbrick, Nelson M. Bailey, Uri H. Jenness. 

SALEM. Justices, Quorum— John C. Ewins, Moores Bai- 
ley. 

Justices — David Messer, Silas Hall, O. Dustin, Richard 
Woodbury, John R. Rowell, M. H. Taylor, Isaiah Kelley, 
William G. Crowell, Willard G. Smith, Albertus Coburn. 

SAND OWN. Justice, Quorum— Eliphalet Hunt. 

Justices — James Sleeper, Thomas Cotton, Wm. French, 
Jr., G. M. Davis, E. Hoyt, 2d, Robert Sanborn, William 
Crawford. 

SEA BROOK. Justice, Quorum— John Philbrick. 

Justices— Oliver Eaton, J. M. Weare. 

SOUTH-HAMPTON. Justice, State— Parker Merrill. 

Justices, Quorum — Rufus Dow, Gilman B. Currier, Moses 
Eaton, Jr, 

Justices — Anson Gile, George S. Currier, Rufus F. Dow, 
Greenleaf Kelley, Benj. R. Jewell. 

SOUTH-NEWMARKET. Justice, Quorum— Benj. Coe. 

Justices — Joseph Lang, John Foss, Ezekiel Sanborn. 

STRATHAM. Justices, State — John Scammon, Josiah 
B. Wiggin, John 0. Wiggin. 

Justices — Zebulon J. Wiggin, Benj. D. Leighton, Green- 
leaf C. Brown, George H. Odeli, Benjamin F. Clark, Nathan 
M. Barker, Zachariah B. French, George Wingate, James W. 
Rollins. 

WINDHAM. Justices — Jeremiah Morrison, Robert Bart- 
ley, Francis A. Marden, James C.Steele, Robert B. Jackson. 

Sheriff— John S. Brown, Exeter. 

Deputy Sheriffs. — Atkinson, Albert Noyes ; Candia, Carr B. 
Haines; Deerfield, Richard J- Sanborn, E. A. J. Sawyer; 
Berry, Wm. W.Poor ; Exeter, Nathaniel K. Leavitt, Levi G. 
Towle ; Epping, Benjamin S. Clifford ; Hampton, Thomas 
Leavitt ; Hampton-Falls, Charles P. Brown ; Hampstead, C. 
Moulton ; Newmarket, Miles Durgin : Northwood, William T. 
Willey ; Portsmouth, Joseph B. Adams, Joseph P. Morse ; 
Plaistow, Amos C. Clement ; Salem, Isaac Thom ; East- 



76 COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Kingston, Albert B. Currier; South-Hampton, Samuel P. Ea* 
ton ; Kingston, Amos Kimball. 

Deputy Sheriffs in other Counties deputized to serve in this 
County. — Manchester, (Hillsborough Co.) Isaac M. Farmer, 
Daniel L. Stevens ; Nashua, Charles P. Danforth ; Pelham, 
Alfred S. Smith ; Dover, (Strafford Co.) Daniel Smith ; Pitts- 
field, (Merrimack Co.) Francis P. Berry. 

Jailers.-— Portsmouth, Joseph B. Adams ; Exeter, John S. 
Brown. 

Coroners.-— Exeter, John S. Brown, Wm. O. Smith ; Brent- 
wood, John Gordon ; Auburn, John Moore ; Chester, John S. 
Couch ; Newmarket, William A. Shackford ; Nottingham, 
Daniel Tuttle ; Portsmouth, John G. Brewster. 

COUNTY OF STRAFFORD, 
Incorporated March 19, 1771. Number of towns, 13. Shire 
Town, Dover. Population, 1850, 29,374. 
County Treasurer. — James M. Bunker, Durham ; salary 
$100. 
Register of Deeds. — David W. Parshley, Dover. 
County Sealer. — Jabez Dame, Rochester. 
County Commissioners — Charles A. Foss, Barrington ; 
Joshua Banfield, George W. Caverno, Strafford. 

BARRINGTON. Justice, State— George McDaniels. 

Justices, Quorum — Samuel Sherburne, H. Hall, S. P. Mont- 
gomery, Jonathan Young, John H. Winkley, Jr. 

Justices — Levi Felker, John S. Fernald, Gilman Hall, 
Ephrairn Cater, Alfred W. Buzzell, James S. Marden, Al- 
bert K. Waterhouse, Hatville Bumford, John B. Young, 
William Waterhouse, Albert S. H. Geer, John Q. Swain, J. 
A. Buzzell, Daniel Hall, Jonathan R. Drew, Lewis H. Buz- 
zell. 

DOVER. Justices, State — Thomas E. Sawyer, Daniel M. 
Christie, Charles W. Woodman, Andrew Peirce, Noah Mar- 
tin, Joseph H. Smith, John H. White, Ezekiel Hurd, John 
P. Hale, John R. Varney, Wm. B. Wiggin, Chas A. Tufts, 
Wm.F. Estes. 

Justices, Quorum — Andrew Tuttle, John T. Gibbs, Asa 
Freeman, George T. Wentworth, John W. Varney, Samuel 
M. Wheeler, Walter Sawyer, Samuel Dennis, Thomas J. W. 
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Justices— Charles Young, Joseph Hanson, 3d, Benjamin 
Barnes, John Clement, Shubael Yarney, Woodbury T. Pres- 
cott, William Burr, George Wadleigh, John Stackpole, 
George D. Vittum, Amasa Roberts, Jedediah Cook, Asa P. 
Hanson, Levi G. Hill, James Yarney, Paul A. Stackpole, 
Stephen E. Young, Daniel Hussey, Edmund J.Lane, Thomas 
J. Palmer, Andrew H. Young, Ezra Kimball, John Clement, 
Benjamin A. Ford, John W. Towle, Joseph D. Guppy, 
Charles Doe, William J. Chesley, R. E. Clark, James Lit- 
tlefield, Joseph A. Pierce, N. Wiggin, Augustus Lupus, 
George W. Tash, Charles Woodman, Ira A. Moody, James 
T. Twombly, Daniel Bogle, Gerrish P. Drew, George W. 
Wendell, Charles W. Thurston, John B. Bruce, Leonard S. 
Rand, Jonathan P. Baker, John D. Swain, David W. Parsh- 
ley, George W. Stevens, Thomas A. Henderson, George 
W. Benn, Silas Moody. 

DURHAM. Justice, £to— Yalentine Smith, Jr. 

Justices, Quorum — John A. Richardson, Yalentine Smith, 
John W. Kingman. 

Justices — Stephen Demeritt, Joseph Young, 2d, Benjamin 
Doe, J. Young, Thomas Flanders, Greenleaf Nute, S. Pen- 
dergast, E. Thompson, Charles F. Woodman, William F. 
Jones. 

FARMINGTON. Justices, State— George N. Eastman, 
David T. Parker, Geofge L. Whitehouse, Simon F. Hayes, 
Josiah B. Edgerly. 

Justices, Quorum — George M. Herring, John D. Lyman. 

Justices — Benjamin R. Peavey, Isaac Merrill, Peter M. 
Home, John Walker, Miles Scruton, Jeremy Wingate, H. 
Barker, E. Bicker, C. M. Demeritt, Charles Tibbets, Ed- 
ward Barnard, Alexander M. Winn, James E. Fernald, 
Alonzo Nute, Louis Bell, Asa D. Hayes, Dearborn Wedge- 
wood. 

LEE. Justices, State — Gorham W. Hoitt, Joseph Tuttle. 

Justice, Quorum — George Lang. 

Justices — Charles Alien, John Matthews, Israel Bartlett, 
Nathaniel G. Davis, Thomas M. Thompson, Job R. Lang- 
ley, Charles H. Layn, John F. Chesley, S. Layn, William A. 
Jenkins, David D. York, George E. Durgin, David Lang, 
Jeremiah Smith, Joseph C. Bartlett. 

MADBURY. Justices — Tichenor Miles, Reuben Hayes, 



78 COUNTY OFFICEES. 

Charles H. Kingman, Ezra E. Demeritt, Ira T. Jenkins, 
Charles Jones. 

MIDDLETON. Justice, State— Alvah Scates. 

Justices, Quorum — David Davis, Isaiah G. Orne. 

Justices — Jeremiah S. Colbath, Augustus G. Orne, John L. 
Pike, Benjamin P. Chesley, Jonathan Daniels, Charles York, 
John M. Twombly, Fitz Henry Hamilton, James Hilton. 

MILTON. Justice, Quorum — Eli Wentworth. 

Justices — John L. Swinerton, Daniel P. Warren, Joseph 
Pearl, Kobert Mathes, Elias S. Cook, David Wallingford, 
John E. Goodwin, Charles C. Hayes, Thomas Y. Went- 
worth, Asa Fox, Daniel E. Palmer, Joseph Plumer, Luther 
Hayes, Ezra H. Twombly, Joseph Mathes, Elbridge Fox, 
Charles Jones. 

NEW-DURHAM. Justices, State— Joseph Boodey, Sam- 
uel Downing, Jr., Enoch Berry. 

Justice, Quorum — Stephen Davis. 

Justices — Thomas Bennett, Baalis B. Tebbetts, Ezekiel H. 
Berry, Moses H. Chesley, Nehemiah Morrison, Ephraim Teb- 
betts, Elisha Hayes. 

ROCHESTER. Justices, State— James Farrington, Cyrus 
K. Sanborn, Nicholas V. Whitehouse. 

Justices, Quorum — James H. Edgerly, Charles Dennett, 
Daniel J. Parsons, Jonathan Hussey. # 

Justices — James Tebbetts, William A. Kimball, Reuben 
Tilton, Jabez Dame, Jr., J. W. Furber, Samuel Meserve, 
Aaron P. Wingate, William Rand, Ebenezer J. Mathes, John 
Legro, Silas Hussey, Jr., James Farrington, Jr., Nehemiah 
Kimball, John Folsom, Enoch Whitehouse, John W. Pray, 
Isaac W. Springfield, William M. Hart, John Witham, Jacob 
H. Ela, Asa Roberts, John S. Hayes, Charles K. Chase, 
Joshua Vickery, Jesse Horn, William K. Kimball, Geo. Rob- 
inson, Jas. M Fessenden, John P. Trickey, Charles S. White- 
house. 

ROLLINSFORD. Justice, State— Hiram R. Roberts. 

Justices — Leavitt H. Yeaton, Samuel H. Wentworth, Wil- 
liam R. Garvin, John P. Emerson, Paul R. Wentworth, John 
H. Roberts, Andrew Rollins, Ebenezer S. Nowell, George B. 
Sawyer, William H. Morton, John S. Meserve, John L. 
Spring, Ebenezer R. Doe. 

SOMERSWORTH. Justices, State— Jacob C. Hanson, 



STRAFFORD CODNTY. 79 

Nathaniel Wells, Ichabod G. Jordan, Enoch Perkins, Royal 
Eastman, E. M. Webber, James B. Shapleigh, George W. 
Shapleigh. 

Justices, Quorum — Mark Noble, Thomas B. Parks, George 
W. Brasbridge, James Oolman, Albert A. Perkins. 

Justices — John A. Burleigh, Daniel G. Rollins, John Horn, 
True W. Woodman, Benjamin R. Wentworth, Benjamin 
Cook, John A. Bagley, J 0. Hill, Orlando J. Bagley, Samuel 
Twornbly, William A. Tenkins, Edward A. Rollins, Charles 
F. Elliott, George W. Balloch, Jr., Charles H. Shorey, Sam- 
uel D. Whitehouse. Charles W.Emerson, Sheldon H. Annis, 
George S. Sullivan, Stephen S. Chick, Ichabod Pearl, Oliver 
H. Lord, Calvin Whitten, Isaac Chandler, Jonathan D. 
Ames, Joshua F. Littlefield, George W. Wendell, George W. 
Hubbard, Wm. D. Knapp. 

STRAFFORD. Justices, State -Benning W. Jenness, 
Benjamin T. Foss, Edward Walker, George C. Peavey. 

Justices, Quorum — John Caverly, J. Perkins, William Foss, 
Ezra Drown. 

Justices — Hudson Peavey, William Berry, Jr., Stephen 
Leighton, John C, Foss, Moses Williams, William Yeaton, 
Nathaniel Brock, Thomas Carswell, Daniel L. Babb, Jacob 
Drew, John Peavey, David K. Montgomery, John W.Jewell, 
J. Babb, Joseph A. Clough, Demeritt Place, John Sanders. 
John K. Evans, Warren Foss, George W. Young, Brewster 
Hayes, Paul Perkins, Jr., George W. Carswell, John J. 
Leighton, Benj. F. Winkley. 

Sheriff— Nathaniel Wiggin, Dover. 

Deputy Sheriffs — Dover, Daniel Smith ; Farmington, Ed- 
ward Barnard ; Rochester, John Legro ; Rollinsford, Ebenezer 
S. Newell ; Strafford, Warren Foss ; Somersworth, Ichabod 
Pearl ; Milton, Luther Hayes. 

Deputy Sheriffs in other Counties deputized to serve in this 
County. — Wolf borough, (Carroll Co.,) John H. Parker. 

Jailer— Nathaniel Wiggin, Dover. 

Coroners— Harrington, Samuel Sherburne ; Dover. Thomas 
J. W. Pray ; Rochester, Charles Dennett ; Somersworth, James 
B. Shapleigh ; Milton, David E. Palmer. 



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COUNTY OF BELKMP, 

Was incorporated December 22, 1840. Number of towns, 9 
Shire Town, Gilford. Population, 1850, 17,721. 

County Treasurer — Benjamin M. Sanborn, Gilford. Sal- 
ary, $75. 

Register of Deeds — Jacob P. Boodey, Gilford. 

County Sealer — Wm. T. Sargent, Gilford. 

County Commissioners — Robinson C. Rollins, Sanbornton ; 
Joseph A. Walker, Barnstead. 



ALTON. Justices, Quorum — Reuben Hayes, Henry Hard* 
Moses Gilman. 

Justices — John Chamberlain, Daniel Sawyer, Wm. Emer- 
son, Jacob Place, Nathan Drew, Charles C. Richardson, Geo. 
Chamberlain, Daniel E. Davis, Jefferson M. Moody, A. 
Clough, Benjamin L. Frohock, Jacob P. Boodey, John J. 
Huckins, Smith Emerson, Morrison Bennett, Jonathan F. 
Chesley, Amos S. Rollins. 

BARNSTEAD. Justices, State— Samuel G. Berry, Seth 
Shackford, Richard Garland, Jacob B. Locke. 

Justices, Quorum — J. M. Nutter, J. R. Shackford, Joseph 
A. Walker, Enos George, Robert S. Webster, John H. Nut- 
ter, Thomas K. Proctor. 

Justices — Thomas P. Hodgdon, Oliver Dennett, Samuel 
Rollins, Charles S. George, John Tibbets, Jr., George Nut- 
ter, Nathaniel Hanson, Asa Garland, John H. Langley, 
Charles S. French, John L. Nutter, George W. Emerson, 
Samuel G. Shackford, James Locke, David M. Jacobs, E. 
Jones, Hazen Wheeler. 

CENTER-HARBOR. Justice, State— John Coe. 
Justices, Quorum — Timothy Perkins, John H. Moult on. 
Justices — Ira Davis, Nicholas Smith, John H. Kelsea, Har- 
rison C. Smith, Otis F. Hawkins. 

GILFORD. Justices, State — Charles Lane, Samuel C. 
Clark. 

Justices, Quorum — Benjamin Jewett. Nathaniel Edgerly. 

Justices — Ebenezer S. Hunt, Ephraim Mallard, John Til- 
ton, Charles Hibbard, Daniel B. Eaton, John Blaisdell, Jr., 
Benjamin M. Sanborn, George W. Sanders, Benj. J. Cole, 
Richard Gove, Benjamin Wadley, Thomas Ham, John G 



BELKNAP COUNTY. 81 

Weeks, Stephen S. Ayer, David Y. Smith, John J. Morrill, 
Hiram Hunt, Wm. S. Avery, H. G. Bennett, Heman Hun- 
ter, William Morrill, John E. Wiggin, Wm. T. Sargent. 

GILMANTON. Justices, State— Thomas Cogswell, Al- 
fred Prescott, Charles A. Hackett. 

Justices, Quorum — John S. Shannon, Jonathan T. Coffin, 
Stephen L. Greelev, Edmund Williams, Andrew Mack, 
Jona.P. Hill. 

Justices— Thomas Durrell, D. B. Merrill, John K. Dudley, 
Moses Price, Benjamin Page, Moses Gilman, Richard H. 
Jones, Jacob K. Davis, Abraham S. Gale, Wm. N. Swain, 
James M. Gilman, Tyler S. Tilton, John C. Bean, Simon 
Clough, Josiah J. Bean, Cyrus Gilman, Levi H. Mudgett, 
Henry E. Marsh, Moses H. Peaslee, Joseph S. Kimball, 
John L. Kelley, Moses Gale, George W. Parsons, Wm. R. 
Hutchinson. 

LAC ONI A. Justices, State — Warren Lovell, O. A. J. 
Vaughan, James Gordon, Jonathan P. Hutchinson. 

Justices, Quorum — Stephen C. Lyford, George W. Stevens, 
John L. Perley, Ellery A. Hibbard, Thomas J. Whipple, 
John C. Moulton. 

Justices — Hugh Blaisdell, Bartlett Hill, Stephen W. Mead, 
Ezekiel B. Lawrence, T. Eastman, Samuel C. Baldwin, 
Noah Robinson, Joseph P. Pitman, Sam'l M. Doe, Benjamin 
T. Sanborn, Samuel W. Sanders, Augustus Doe, Wm. N. 
Blair, Ezra B. Bell, Ebenezer P. Osgood, Benjamin H. 
Whitcher. 

MEREDITH. Justices, State— Hiram Erench, John Wad- 
leigh, Samuel Bean, Bradbury C. Tuttle, Samuel W. Rol- 
lins. 

Justice, Quorum — Josiah Norris. 

Justices — Joseph Ela, B. S. Tuttle, John Haynes, Ebene- 
zer S. Mooney, Benjamin B. Rollins, Joseph S. Neal, Smith 
Swain, Noah Pease, H. Beede, Geo. G. Hoit, L. Plummer, 
John W. Ela, Ebenezer Stevens, Hosea S. Swain, Charles 
P. Towle. 

NEW-HAMPTON. Justices, State— Nicholas M. Taylor, 
Dana Woodman, John M. Flanders. 

Justices, Quorum — Rufus G. Lewis, Nathaniel Norris. 

Justices — Levi Carter, Augustus Burpee, E. Fisk, Benja- 
min Woodman, Alva Downing, William G. Kelley, Wash- 
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82 COUNTY OFFICERS. 

ington Mooney, Jasper E. Glidden, John Dalton, David H. 
Smith, Win. Mason, Josiah H. Hobbs. 

SANBORNTON. Justices, State— Samuel Tilton, Ben- 
jamin M. Colby. 

Justices, Quorum — Moses W. Weeks, Nathaniel G. Ladd, 
Alexander H. Tilton, Amos H. Jones, Abraham B. San- 
born, James P. Tilton. 

Justices — Zebulon Smith, Bradbury Morrison, N. H. Clark, 
John Carr, Oliver Knowlton, Josiah C. Philbrick, Robertson 
C. Rollins, J. L. Connor, Jonathan M. Taylor, John S. Dur- 
rell, John H. Clark, Amos C. Hannaford, Joseph P. Dear- 
born, J. Bamford, Herman T. Hale, Freeman B. Plainer, 
Jonathan P. Sanborn, Benjamin M. Durgin, Folsom Morrill, 
Thomas Webster, Jr., David F. Johnson, Charles C. Rog- 
ers, Ebenezer F. Odell, Daniel J. Atwood, Jeremiah C. Til- 
ton, Dudley Folsom, Moses Leighton. 

UPPER-GILMANTON (Gilmanton, divided) was in- 
corporated June 28, 1859. 

Justices, Quorum — Jeduthan Farrar, Joseph Badger, Ira 
Mooney. 

Justices — Benjamin Morrill, Jeremiah Leavitt, Jonathan 
Rundlett, Elijah O. Bean, Wm. Badger, Napoleon B. Gale, 
John G. Page, A. P. B. Currier, Jesse Doloff, Joseph M. 
Folsom, Belknap Bartlett, Isaiah Piper, Henry C. Mooney. 

Sheriff— Bartlett Hill, Laconia. 

Deputy Sheriffs — Alton, Charles Hayes ; Barnstead, Joshua 
B.Merrill; (Lake Village) Gilford, Wm. T. Sargent, Benj. 
M. Sanborn ; Gilmanton, Cyrus Gilman ; Meredith, Hanson 
Beede ; Sanbornton, John G. Hart. 

Deputy Sheriffs in other Counties deputized to serve in this 
County — Moultonboro' , (Carroll Co.) Benjamin E. Thurston, 
Edward Barnard ; Wolf borough, Charles H. Parker ; Frank- 
lin, (Merrimack Co.) Daniel Osgood. 

Coroners — Gilford, Levi J. Folsom; Laconia, George L- 
Siblev. 



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COUNTY OF CARROLL, 

Was incorporated December 22, 1840. Number of towns, 17. 
Shire Town, Ossipee. Population, 1850, 21,507. 

County Treasurer — Moses Merrill, Ossipee; salary, $75. 

Register of Deeds — Loammi Hardy, Ossipee. 

County Sealer — Asa Beacham, Ossipee. 

County Commissioners — George W. M. Pitman, Bartlett; 
Charles No well, Wolf borough ; Arthur C. Quimby. Sand- 
wich. 



ALBANY. Justice, Quorum — Thomas F. Odell. 
Justices — James Ham, Samuel Robertson, Stephen Palmer, 
John R. Parish, Thomas J. Allard. 

BARTLETT. Justices, Quorum— John P. Pitman, Jos. 
Pitman, George Pitman. 

Justices — Samuel P. Meserve, Elias M. Hall, Nicholas T. 
Stillings, G. W. M. Pitman, C. Stilphen, Benjamin P. Pen- 
dexter. 

BROOKFIELD. Justice, State— Joshua N. Cate. 

Justice, Quorum — W. T. Cate. 

Justices— Daniel Wiggin, Henry Tibbetts, Freeman Cham- 
berlain, D. C. Colman, Wm. Blake, Jr., Jonathan W. San- 
born. 

CHATHAM. Justice, Quorum — Asa P. Eastman. 
Justices— Rice W. Guptiil, Ithiel E. Clay, Edward Webb, 
John Gould. 

CONWAY. Justices, State — Jonathan T. Chase, Zara 
Cutler, F. R. Chase, Joel Eastman. 

Justice, Quorum — Eliphalet Cloutman. 

Justices — Benjamin Bean, Charles S. Whittaker, Charles 
Sparhawk, Tobias A. Hanson, Edward P. Lamson, George 
K. Randall, James C. Willey, Samuel Hazelton, Samuel R. 
Shackford, John McMillan, Luther Whittaker, Isaac E. Mer- 
rill. 

EATON. Justice, State — Joseph E. Perkins. 

Justice, Quorum — Stephen W. Perkins. 

Justices — Sylvanus S. Clark, Stephen Allard, Thomas R. 



84 COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Giles, Silas Snow, Lucien Danforth, Erastus Baker, Ed- 
mund W. Fernald, Nathaniel Currier, John W. Perkins. 

EFFINGHAM. Justices, Quorum— J osi&h Dearborn, T, 
P. Drake. 

Justices — J. Gilxnan, E. F. Taylor, Carr L. Drake, Smith 
Gilman, John C. Leavitt, Josephus L. Drake, Benjamin F. 
Taylor, Cyrus Drake, John Demeritt, J. Leavitt, 2d, John 
Kennett, Simon P. Hill, Rufus H. Burbank, Abram Drake, 
John Andrews, Andrew J. Milliken, Nathan W. Titcomb. 

FREEDOM. Justices, State— Zebtfloo Pease, E. Towle. 

Justices, Quorum — Ephraim C. Mason, Calvin ToplifF. 

Justices — John Lord, Elias Rice, Joseph Smith, James 
Milliken, Josiah Thurston, John T. Swett, Solomon An- 
drews, Stephen Drown, S. Bennett, John Parsons, Addison 
Nutter, Orestes R. Topliff, Edwin Pease, Albert Locke, Wil- 
liam Mills. 

JACKSON. Justice, State— George P. Meserve. 

Justice, Quorum — Rufus U. Pinkham. 

Justices — Daniel Dinsmore, Joseph B. Trickey, Jonathan 
Gale, Joseph Perkins, Nath'l C. Trickey. 

MADISON. Justice, Quorum — Isaiah Forrest. 

Justices — Robinson Blaisdell, William Harmon, George 
Merrow, Augustus Lary, James Mooney, James J. Merrow, 
Mark P. Blaisdell, Matthew Jackson, John Chick, Wm. Ma- 
son, Josiah H. Hobbs. 

MOULTONBOROUGH. Justices, State— Benning M. 
Bean, Samuel Emerson. 

Justice, Quorum — Enoch True. 

Justices — Samuel P. Moulton, Benjamin M. Mason, Jona- 
than Copp, Abner Adams, Reuben Smith, Jr., Samuel Ab- 
bott, Mark Randall, William H. Richardson, David L. War- 
ren, W. H. H. Mason, Benjamin E. Thurston, Ezekiel S. 
Flanders, P. Kelley, Eleazer Davis, Joseph H. Watson, Ha- 
zen M. Senter. John B. Dow. 

OSSIPEE. Justice, State— Luther D. Sawyer. 

Justices, Quorum — Samuel J. Quarles, Sanborn B. Carter, 
John Smith, Ezekiel Dore. 

Justices — Daniel Wentworth, Asa Beacham, Alvah Moul- 
ton, John Brown, Leander D. Sinclair, Luther Young, Loam- , 
mi Hardy, Levi Smith, Moses Merrill, Levi Perkins, W. H. 
Hobbs, James L. Brown, James Reynolds, Israel L. Sanders, 



CARROLL COUNTY. 85 

Benjamin F. Abbott, Rufus F. Stillings, John L. Pearson, 
Gideon Gilman, Levi Smith, Samuel D. Quarles. 

SANDWICH. Justices, State— Joseph Wentworth, M. 
H. Marston, William M. Weed, Parker Plumer. 

Justices, Quorum — Jeremiah Furber, W. Cogan, Ira A. 
Bean. 

Justices— John Severance, Jr., Elijah Skinner, Beede Var- 
ney, Aaron B. Hoit, John Gove, Enoch Q. Fellows, Daniel 
G. Beede, John H. Hilton, Thomas J. Swett, Daniel Q. 
Bean, Langdon G. Clark, Joseph C. Wiggin, James M. 
Smith, William A. Hurd, Eli Cook, Charles Quimby, Robert 
M. Penneman, David P. Cotton, Thomas Smith. 

T AM WORTH. Justices, State— Obed Hall, Joseph Gil- 
man, Larkin D. Mason. 

Justices, Quorum — Enoch Remick, True Perkins, David G. 
Stevenson. 

Justices — T. Cook, Andrew W. Hill, Samuel Merrill, Sam- 
uel S. Beede, James Howard, Eleazer Young, Andrew 
Neally, Joshua Nickerson, Noah S. Watson, James J. Ches- 
ley, Josiah P. Gushing, Nahum Gilman, Charles P. Cook, 
John G. Robinson, David M. Gilman, Oliver W. Shaw, Otis 
G. Hatch. 

TUFTONBOROUGH. Justice, Quorum— John Peavey. 

Justices — William P. Edgerly, Joseph Palmer, George 
Fox, E. Grant, George B. Canney, William W. Blaisdell, 
Daniel A. Wiggin, Edward F. Moulton, S. H. Brown, 
Charles II. Copp, John Haley, Philip D. Blaisdell, Edward 
Grant, Wm. N. Roberts. 

WAKEFIELD. Justice, State — Amasa Copp. 

Justices, Quorum — William Sawyer, John Wingate, Wil- 
liam Sawyer, Jr. 

Justices — Joshua G. Hall, John Gage, John Clark, Thos. 
W. Mordough, Ephraim G. Smith, John W. Sanborn, Wil- 
liam P. Burley, John Tredick, George W. J. Copp, Simon 
M. Young, Joshua G. Hall, Jr., Jonathan Woodman, Albra 
Wentworth, Jonathan Buzzell, Charles L. Wentworth, James 
W. Hill, Charles Chesley, George A. Beacham. 

WOLFBOROUGH. Justices, State— Henry B. Rust, T. 
Rust, T. J. Tibbetts, Abel Haley, George Rust, Thomas L, 
Whitton, Charles F. Hills. 

Justices, Quorum— John C. Young, John M. Brackett. 



86 COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Justices — George W. Hersey, Daniel Martin, Aaron Rob- 
erts, Z. Batchelder, John Fox, Moses P. Brown, James Bick- 
ford, J. L. Meader, Nathaniel H. Cotton, James Edgerly, 
George W. Warren, Moses T. Gate, William C. Fox, C. 
Remick, Matthias M. Haines, John W. Avery, Porter W. 
Brown, Joseph Stevenson, Elliot Cotton, Richard R. Davis, 
Thomas L. Marden, John L. Furber. 

Sheriff — Enoch Remick, Tamworth. 

Deputy Sheriffs. — Conway, Leavitt H. Eastman ; Effing- 
ham, John Demeritt ; Freedom, Enoch Danforth ; Moulton- 
borough, Benjamin E. Thurston ; Ossipee, Daniel Wentworth, 
Luther Young; Sandwich, Samuel Dinsmore ; Tamworth, 
Edward Remick ; Wakefield, George A. Neal, William A. 
Maleham ; Wolf borough, Charles H. Parker, Gilman Cooper. 

Deputy Sheriffs in other Counties deputized to serve in this 
County. — Meredith, ( Belknap Co.) Hanson Beede. 

Coroners.* — Ossipee, G. W. Lord, Asa Beacham ; Sandvnch, 
Jeremiah Furber ; Tamworth, T. B. Hodgkins ; Wolf borough, 
Thomas Rust. 

COUNTY OP MERRIMACK, 

Was incorporated July 23, 1823. Number of towns, 24. Shire 
Town, Concord. Population, 1850, 40,337. 

County Treasurer — -Arthur L. Graves, Salisbury ; salary, 
$110. 

Register of Deeds — Nathan W. Gove, Concord. 

County Sealer — John D. Cooper, Concord. 

County Commissioners — Eli Dodge, Newbury ; Carlos G. 
Pressy, Sutton; Moses Martin, Pembroke. 



ALLENSTOWN. Justices, Quorum— Charles Rowell, 
Daniel Batchelder. 

Justices — J. Perkins, John Tennant, Robert Evans, Chas. 
C. Nichols, Norman Call, Samuel Martin. 

AND OVER. Justices, /State— John Fellows, Aaron 
Waitt. 

Justices, Quorum— Joseph C. Thompson, Jeremy Y.Bryant. 

Justices— R. F. Eastman, Jonathan Brown, Aaron Cilley, 
Jr., H. A. Weymouth, Samuel Morrill, John Wadleigh, 
Watson Dickerson, Thomas Haley, George S. Clement, 



MERRIMACK COUNTY. 87 

George Sleeper, Simeon S. Moulton, John M. Shirley, Wm. 
A. Batehelder, Eeuben Dearborn, Jacob Weare, Chester 
Spaulding, Stephen R. Swett, Royal Stone. 

BRADFORD. Justices, State— Samuel Jones, Mason W. 
Tappan, John D. Wadleigh. 

Justices, Quorum — Weare Tappan, Cyrus Cressy, John Wo 
Morse. 

Justices— Jason H. Ames, Cummings Pierce, Ellsha Ea- 
ton, Daniel Carr, Moses E. Gould, Stephen Cressy, Hiram 
Davis, Sumner Ward, C. M. Fisk, Timothy P. Jones, Ste- 
phen S. Bean, Ambrose S. Brackett, John Gillingham, Ed- 
ward J. Ring, Moses K. Hazelton, Joshua Eaton. 

BOSCAWEN. Justice, State— Wm. H. Gage. 

Justices, Quorum — Hezekiah Fellows, Laban M. Chadwick, 
Isaac K. Gage, Jonathan Tenney. 

Justices — John Greenough, Simeon B. Little, John Mc- 
Clure, Thomas Elliot, Peter Stone, Moody A. Pillsbury, Luke 
Corser, Caleb Smith, Eliphalet K. Webster, Joseph L. Couch, 
Jeremiah Noyes, David A. Gerrish, John Ellsworth, George 
W. Stevens, Moses Whittier, John C. Morrill, Charles E. 
Lang, David A. McCurdy, Wm. M. Baker. 

BOW. Justices, Quorum — William R. Parker, Archibald 
Stark. 

Justices — Mendell Sampson, Enoch Alexander, Emery 
Clough, Jonathan Corliss, John T. Morgan, John W. Good- 
hue, Henry K. White, Parker Brown, Gilford Upton, Chas. 
F. P. Hildreth, Elisha Upton. 

CANTERBURY. Justices, State— -Joseph M. Harper, 
Joseph Clough, D. M. Clough, Jeremiah L. Clough, William 
H. Currier. 

Justice, Quorum — William H. Foster. 

Justices — Thomas Lyford, Ebenezer Batehelder, Thomas 
L. Whidden, Lorain T. Weeks, Amos M. Cogswell, Solo- 
mon M. Clifford, David Morrill, Jr., Edward Osgood, Luther 
Sargent, John A. Moores, David M. Foster, True K.Mason, 
Nathan Emery, George W. Peverly, Thomas V. B. Clough, 
George F. Sanborn. 

CHICHESTER, Justice, State— Daniel K. Foster. 

Justices, Quorum — Hosea C. Knowlton, Edward Langmaid. 
Charles H. Carpenter. 

Justices — J. N. C. Leavitt, Daniel R. Kelley, George S 
Mason, Samuel G. Lane, Wm. A. Swain. 



©8 COUNTY OFFICERS. 

CONCORD. Justices, State — Thomas P. Treadwell, 
Jacob A. Potter, Jonathan Eastman, Ira Perley, Robert 
Davis, Stephen C. Badger, Josiah Stevens, Wm. Butterfield, 
J. H. George, Matthew Harvey, Henry A. Bellows, Edson 
Hill, William L. Foster, Franklin Moseley, Stephen Sibley, 
Joseph Robinson, William Prescott, David Pillsbury, Asa 
Fowler, Josiah Minot, Anson S. Marshall, William Kent, 
Wm. H. Rixford, John Y. Mngridge, David B. Plummer, 
Amos Hadley, Hamilton E. Perkins, Lyman D. Stevens, 
Joshua B. Merrill, Joseph A. Giimore, Nehemiah Butler, 
Napoleon B. Bryant, Jonas D. Sleeper, William E. Chand- 
ler, Jonathan Kittredge, Peter Sanborn, Edward H. Rollins, 
Wm. F. Goodwin, Nehemiah G. Ordway, Hazen Pickering. 

Justices, Quorum — Samuel Coffin, A. Herbert Bellows, 
George G. Fogg, Richard Bradley, George Minot, John 
Batchelder, James F. Sargent, David Davis, Ebenezer 
Symmes, Mitchel Giimore, Jeremiah S. Noyes, George Ab- 
bot, Theodore French, Sylvester Dana, Henry P. Rolfe, 
Seth K. Jones, Wm. H. Buntin, David M. Carpenter, I. 
Hale, C. H. Butters, B. W. Sanborn, Abraham H. Robinson, 
John Kimball. 

Justices — Benjamin Parker, James Hoit, Abraham Bean, 
Jonathan E. Lang, Abel Baker, Arthur Fletcher, Ebenezer 
S. Towle, Seth Eastman, Jacob Carter, Cyrus Robinson, 
Charles Smart, Heman Sanborn, Joseph B. Walker, Thos. 
D. Potter, True Osgood, Atkinson Webster, John C. Pills- 
bury, John F. Brown, Thomas Chadbourne, George H. H. 
Silsby, Ephraim Hutchins, Dana W. Pratt, George W. Wad- 
leigh, Nathan S. Chandler, David Watson, John L. Tallant, 
Harry Houston, Wm. H. Bartlett, Jonathan L. Ciliey, Pal- 
tiah Brown, Benj. Grover, John P.Johnson, Caleb Jaekman, 
Giles W. Ordway, William P. Foster, B. F. Gale, William 
H. Boynton, William W. Taylor, Perkins Gale, William H. 
H. Bailey, George A. Pillsbury, John Abbott, Benjamin F. 
Dow, David Abbott, 2d, Luther M. Morrill, Lyman T. Flint, 
Thomas T. Moore, William F. Savory, Nathan Call, 
Charles Hall, Josiah Stevens, 3d, Henry D. White, Ben- 
jamin E. Badger, George G. Virgin, Morrill R. Smith, 
Jonathan F. Day, George B. Chandler, James Peverly, 
Joseph C. A. Wingate, Isaac A. Hill, Reuben G. Wyman, 
Moses Humphrey, L. B. Morrill, Charles Minot, Rufus Mer- 
rill, Samuel Clifford, Onslow Stearns, Jonathan L. Picker- 
ing, John C. Hall, George H. Hutchins, William H. Smart, 



COUNTY OF MERRIMACK. 89 

Timothy Haynes, John Ballard, Nathan W. Gove. George 
F. Whittredge, James Moulton, Jr., Calvin Howe, Allen 
Tenny, Samuel C. Eastman, J. Weare Butterfield, Isaac 
Clement, Isaac N. Elwell, Benjamin B. Clifford, Jeremiah 

F. Runnels, George Foss, Benjamin F. Prescott, Moses T. 
Willard, Samuel Butterfield, Charles P. Sanborn, Henry S. 
Shattuck, Samuel L. F. Simpson, Henry E. Sawyer, Hazen 

G. Hayes, Benjamin T. Hutchins, Willard S. Heath. 

DUNBARTON. Justices, Quorum— Caleb Stark, Henry 
L. Burnham. 

Justices — Nathan Gutterson, Daniel H. Parker, Nathaniel 
H. Wheeler, John Alexander, John Burnham, John C. Ray, 
Leonard Rowell, Charles G. B. Ryder, Wm. B. Burnham, 
Josiah Richardson. 

EPSOM. Justice, State— William Ham. 

Justice, Quorum — James Martin. 

Justices — Benjamin L. Locke, Symonds Fowler, Joseph J. 
Moses, John Griffin, Jr., Henry Knox, Samuel Yeaton, 
Henry F. Sanborn, Leonard W. Peabody. 

FRANKLIN. Justices, State — James Clark, George W. 
Nesmith, Daniel Osgood, Nathaniel H. Sanborn, Austin F. 
Pike, Stephen Kenrick, John Chamberlain, Jonathan W. 
Fifield. 

Justice, Quorum — Joseph Swett. 

Justices — Jeremiah F. Daniel 1, Samuel Quimby, Ira Gree- 
ley, Daniel Barnard, David Gilchrist, M. B. Goodwin, Ru- 
fus L. Tay, A. G. Morrison, John H. Rowell, Luther M. 
Knight, Jonathan P. Sanborn, John S. Jewell, John White. 

HENNIKER. Justice, State— Oliver C. Fisher. 

Justices, Quorum — I. Woods, John S. Craig. 

Justices — Jeremiah Foster, Hiram Bell, Wm. P. Cressy, 
Jonas Wallace, Oliver Pillsbury, John C. Campbell, Hiram 
M. Davis, Francis Colby, Edward B. S. Sanborn, J. Morse, 
James Straw, Zadok Dustin, Jr. 

HOOKSETT. Justice, Quorum— Jesse Gault. 

Justices — John H. Mitchell, Eri Poor, Savory T. Burbank, 
George Davis, Joseph T. Goss, Henry Saltmarsh, Benjamin 
J. Gile, Hiram Kimball, Samuel Head. 

HOPKINTON. Justices, State— Horace Chase, Dyer H. 
Sanborn. 



90 COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Justices, Quorum — Phineas Clough, Isaac D. Merrill, Isaac 
Story, Joseph Stanwood, Geo. W. Currier, James Fellows. 

Justices — Joab Patterson, Benj. Loverin, Andrew Leach, 
Moses Colby, John Currier, Moses Copps, James Hoyt, 
Phineas Clough, 2d, Paul E. George, Horace C. Stanley, 
Joseph Dow, John M. Baitey, Richard F. Morgan, G. L. 
Kimball, Charles Gould, William Restieaux, Geo. B. Hardy, 
John M. Milton, Cyril C. Tyler, I. A. Putney, J. M. Burn- 
ham, A. White, J. L. Colby, Ariel P. Knowlton. 

LOUDON. Justices, Quorum — Ira Osgood, Preserved 
Robinson, Jos. C. Harper, Jeremiah Clough, Isaac S. French. 

Justices — George B. Johnson, John S. Osborne, Nathaniel 
S. Batchelder, Benjamin F. Neal, Samuel P. Calef, Theophi- 
lus B. Martin, Jeremiah T. Clough, Moses Morse, George 
W. Neal, John B. Moore, True Brown, Wm. Emery, Sam'l 
B. Lovering, David Lake, Joseph F. French, Hiram French. 

NEWBURY. Justice, Quorum— Eli Dodge. 

Justices — John Muzzey, Jr., Joseph Bean, Jeremiah Morse, 
Moody Gillmgham, James M. Cilley, Giles Bartlett, Na- 
thaniel C. Savory, Nathaniel C. Lear. 

NEW-LONDON. Justices, State— Anthony Colby, Geo. 
W. Everett, Luther McCutchins, Daniel E. Colby, Marcus 
E. Sargent. 

Justice, Quorum — Richard H. Messer. 

Justices — A. Page, Benjamin P. Burpee, John M. Hayes, 
Albert Little, James Todd, Joseph F. Hemphill, James C. 
Greenwood, Charles S. Sargent, Anthony C. Burpee, George 
W. Gardner, Andrew J. Kidder, Edwin A. Jones, Samuel 
M. Carr, John Brown, Hugh B. Clough, Joseph N. Hanna- 
ford, Luther M. Trussell, Ruel Whitcomb. 

NORTHFIELD. Justices, State— Asa P. Cate, Archi- 
bald S, Clark. 

Justices, Quorum — James Cochran, Jeremiah Smith, Jere- 
miah Tilton. 

Justices — Isaac Whittier, J. Kimball, Shubael Dearborn, 
Jr., James P. Robertson, Moses Batchelder, George S. Tib- 
betts, Jeremiah Cross, Thomas Chase, Daniel M. Huse, Jo- 
seph F. Simonds, James H. Cofran, Parsons Whidden. 

PEMBROKE. Justice, Stale— Moses Martin, Aaron Whit- 
temore. 

Justices, Quorum — Wm. Knox, Moody Kent, Jas. Wilson. 



MERRIMACK COUNTY. 91 

Justices— Jeremiah H. Wilkins, Noah M. Cofran, Norris 
Cochran, Trueworthy L. Fowler, Winthrop Fowler, Jr., Wm. 
Hazeltine, Jr., Jacob Sawyer, Hall B. Emery, Martin H. 
Cochran, Josiah K. Locke, Samuel E. Moore. 

PITTSFIELD. Justice, State— Benry B. Leavitt. 

Justices, Quorum — Benjamin Emerson, John L. Thornkike, 
Benjamin L. Cram, Lewis W. Clark. 

Justices — John True, John Berry, Isaiah Berry, John S. 
Tilton, Wm. W. Proctor, James Drake, Abraham French, 
2d, Noah W. Drake, Joseph Tasker, K. P. J. Tenney, Wm. 
Knowlton, Porter C. True, Sherburne J. Winslow, William 
C. Evans, Isaac S. Carr, Elbridge A. True, Jona. Towle. 

SALISBURY. Justices, State — Benjamin Pettengill, Ar- 
thur L. Graves. 

Justices, Quorum' — Moses Greeley, Samuel C. Bartlett, S. 
Pingry. 

Justices — Moses Fellows, E. F. Greenough, Ebenezer John- 
son, Benjamin F. Gale, John Bean, Porter B. Watson, Gil- 
bert Eastman, Jonathan H. Clement, Moses P. Thompson, 
Cyrus Gookin, Nathaniel Sawyer, John C. Smith, Amos P. 
Stevens, Moses J. Stevens. 

SUTTON. Justices, State— Benjamin Wadleigh, Robert 
Lane. 

Justice, Quormm — Enoch Page. 

Justices — Samuel Dresser, Jr., George C. Eaton, Nathaniel 
A. Davis, Moses Hazen, Lewis Richards, Carlos G. Pressy, 
Asa Page, John C. Dresser, James M. Sargent, Thomas J. 
Wadleigh. 

WARNER. Justices, State — Abner B. Kelley, Walter 
Harriman-. 

Justices, Quorum — Franklin Symonds, Robert Thompson, 
Leonard Eaton, John Currier, Jr., Stephen K. Hoyt, George 
Jones. 

Justices — H. G. Harris, Abner Woodman, John Couch, Jr., 
Stephen Bartlett, James M. Harriman, Zebulon D. Currier, 
Joshua George, P. Davis, H. D. Robertson, N. A. Davis, 
George S. Eastman, Harrison R. Sargent, Timothy Flanders, 
H. H. Harriman, George S. Morgan, Ira Harvey, Enos Col- 
lins, George Savory. 

WILMOT. Justices, State— John Woodbury, Jr., Horatio 

N. Mason. 



92 COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Justices, Quorum — Merrill Cross, Samuel Teel, William W. 
Flanders, Philip F. Pattee. 

Justices— Morrill Currier, Simon Greeley, John Teel, Iddp 
S. Brown, Otis Jones, John Cross, Porter K. Philbrick, 
Joseph K. Wallace, George Shephard, Charles K. Brown, 
George W. Prescott. 

Sheriff— Nehemiah George Ordway, Concord. 

Deputy Sheriffs — Andover, Aaron Waitt ; Bradford, John 
D. Wadleigh ; Concord, Charles Smart, Jeremiah S. Durgin, 
George G. Virgin ; Hopkinton, John M. Milton ; New -Lon- 
don, Albert Little ; Pitts field, Francis B. Berry ; Salisbury, 
Moses P. Thompson ; Warner, John Currier ; Henniker, Hi- 
ram M. Davis ; Pembroke, William K. Clifford ; Loudon, 
Samuel F. Batchelder ; Canterbury, William H. Currier ; 
Hookseit, Nathaniel Head ; Franklin, Jonathan P. Sanborn ; 
South Newbury, Eli Dodge. 

Deputy Sheriffs in other Counties, deputized to serve in this 
County — Barnstead, (Belknap Co.) J. B. Merrill, William H. 
Currier; Manchester, (Hillsborough Co.) Mace Moulton, D. 
L. Stevens; Candia, (Rockingham Co.) Can* B. Haines; 
Epping.B. S. Clifford ; Sanbornton, (Belknap Co.) John G. 
Hart; Da n b ury, ( Grafton Co.) William P. Stone. 

Jailer — Charles C. Davis, Concord. 

Coroners — Concord, Seth Eastman, Cady Clark; Salisbury, 
D. C. Gookin ; Warner, Stephen Bartlett. 

COUNTY OF HILLSBOROUGH, 

Was incorporated March 19, 1771. Number of towns, thirty. 
Shire Towns, Amherst, Manchester and Nashua. ( County 
records kept at Amherst.) Population, 1850, 57,478. 

County Treasurer — Amos J. Wilson, Weare ; salary, $126. 
Register of Deeds — Charles B. Tuttle, Amherst. 
County Sealer — John F. Whiting, Amherst. 
County Commissioners — David Clement, Hudson ; Sewall 
Putnam, Wilton; Ira Gage, New-Boston. 

AMHERST. Justices, State— William Wetherbee, Charles 
H. Campbell. 

Justices, Quorum — Perley Dodge, Charles Richardson, Fran- 
cis P. Fitch, Edward S. Cutter. 



HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY. 93 

Justices — David Russell, Joseph Mace, Barnabas B. David, 
William J. Weston, James Monroe, Abiel Steele, Gilbert 
Hills, L. J. Seeomb, J. Hartshorn, Charles B. Tuttle. 

ANTRIM. Justices, State— Jacob Whittemore, Lemuel N. 
Pattee. 

Justice, Quorum — Isaac Baldwin. 

Justices — Amos Parmenter, John G. Flint, T. S. Holmes, 
Cyrus Saltmarsh, Hiram Griffin, Charles McKean, Imla 
Wright, James Boyd, William S. Foster, John S. Shed, Na- 
than W. C. Jameson, Ira Cochran, John B. Woodbury, Isaac 
B. Pratt, James Wood, John M. Wallace, William B. Ste- 
vens, John R. Abbott, Reed P. Whittemore, Henry B. Swett, 
Samuel Wilson. 

BEDFORD. Justices, Quorum — Peter P. Woodbury, A. 
Chandler. 

Justices— -Gardner Nevins, Moses Gage, Henry Haile, Jo- 
seph H. Stevens, William B. Stevens, Leonard C. French, 
2d, Daniel Balch, Oliver L. Kendall, Thomas G. Holbrook. 

BENNINGTON. Justices, Quorum— John Dodge, Amos 
Whittemore, John J. Whittemore. 

Justices— John W. Flagg, Samuel Baldwin, Gilbert P. 
Hall, J. H. Fleming, Walter D. Woods, Henry H. Duncklee, 
Gideon F. Dodge, Horace F. Dinsmore. 

BROOKLINE. Justices, Quorum — Nathaniel Shattuck, 
Isaac Sawielle, Ensign Bailey. 

Justices — Alpheus Shattuck, Thomas Bennett, N. W. Lund, 
Benjamin Gould, Henry B. Stiles, Joseph F. Jefts, Alonzo 
Bailey. 

DEERING. Justices, Quorum — William Forsaith, Rus- 
sell Tubbs. 

Justices — William Manahan, Squiers S. Clement, Enoch 
Hadley, Josiah Loveren, George Smart, George C. Patten, 
Herod Chase, Horace Gove, Bartlett Simons, Carlton Clem- 
ent, Benjamin L. Bartlett. 

FRANCE STOWN. Justice, Quorum— Paul H. Bixby. 

Justices — Alexander Wilson, Herbert Vose, W. Clark, 
Samuel B. Hodge, Nahum Farnum, Thomas B. Bradford, 
David Atwood, John H. Patch, Samuel D. Downs. 

GOFFSTOWN. Justices, State— Jesse Carr, D. Steele. 

Justices, Quorum — Benjamin Stevens, 2d, George Poor. 



94 COUNTY OFFICERS. 

• 

Justices — Alfred Story, John G. Dodge, Alonzo F. Carr, 
Thomas R. Butterfield, David Pattee, Gilman F. Farley, Cal- 
vin Wyman, Daniel Little, John M. Parker, Rodney G. Stark, 
James W. Poland, Joseph Hadley, Robert M. Shirley, Na- 
thaniel Kimball. 

GREENFIELD. Justice, State— William Whittemore. 

Justice, Quorum— Lewis Richardson. 

Justices — William L. Savage, Horace Cudworth, A. Whit- 
temore, Cyrus Richardson, Ephraim Holt, Charles Fitch, 
John Gregg, Abraham Whittemore. 

HANCOCK. Justice, State— David Patten. 

Justice, Quorum — Andrew C. Cochran. 

Justices — John Whitcomb, C. Duncan, Joel Gates, Joseph 
Davis, William Gray, Benjamin Goodhue, John Dennis, 
Ephraim Weston, Mark N. Spaulding, Richard Emerson. 

HILLSBOROUGH. Justice, State— Chandler E. Potter. 

Justices, Quorum — William B. Whittemore, Elijah Munroe. 

Justices — David Steele, Thomas Wilson, Levi Goodale, 
Abel C. Burnham, Ezra Clement, Joshua Marcy, Jason H. 
T. Newell, Nathan Kendall, Samuel G. Barnes, Francis N. 
Blood, James F. Briggs, Benjamin Tuttle, Luke McClintock, 
John G. Dickey, Jotham Moore, John B. Ellenwood, Samuel 
M. Baker, Benjamin Tuttle, Orasmus W. Burnham, John G. 
Fuller, John McNeil, William Lovejoy. 

HOLLIS. Justice, State— John N. Worcester. 

Justice, Quorum — Joel Hardy. 

Justices — Jona. T. Wright, Leonard Farley, Edward Em- 
erson, A. D. Marshall, John H. Cutter, John Farley, Noah 
Farley, Noah Johnson, John L. Worcester, Ambrose H. 
Wood, John B. Perkins, Edward J. Patch, Enoch I. Col- 
burn. 

HUDSON. Justices, Quorum — James Pierce, Reuben 
Greeley. 

Justices — Paul Colburn, Stephen D. Greeley, James Em- 
ery, David 0. Smith, William H Chase, Noah O. Robinson, 
Daniel T. Gage, David Clement, Kimball Webster. 

LITCHFIELD. Justice, Quorum— Isaac McQuesten. 

Justices — John White, Parker Bixby, W. Goodspeed, Isaac 
N. Center, J. Abbott Marsh. 

LYNDEBOROUGH. Justices, Quorum— D. C. Grant, 
John Richardson. 



HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY. 95 

Justices — David Putnam, Joel H. Tarbell, Timothy T. 
Putnam, Oliver Bixby, William A. Jones, William J. Her- 
rick, Eli C. Curtis, George W. Bosworth. 

MANCHESTER. Justices, State— Mace Moulton, Dan- 
iel Clark, Herman Foster, Samuel D. Bell, William C. 
Clarke, George W. Morrison, Frederick G. Stark, Warren 
L. Lane, David J. Clark, Isaac W. Smith, Francis H. Ly- 
ford, William P. Riddle, Samuel Upton, Jacob F. James, 
Moody Currier, Theodore T. Abbott, Isaac Riddle, Samuel 
N. Bell, Joseph C. Abbott, Bradbury P. Cilley, Samuel D. 
Lord, Frederick Smyth, Ira A. Eastman. 

Justices, Quorum — John Stark, 3d, Charles Stark, Isaac C. 
Flanders, John S. Kidder, B. B. Bunker, Nathan Parker 5 
David Cross. 

Justices — Joseph M. Rowell, Stevens James, David A. 
Bunton, David Gillis, Hiram Brown, Amos G. Gale, David 
Hill, Andrew Bunton, Jr., Daniel C. Gould, Moses Fellows, 
Jos. Knowlton, George F. Judkins, George A. French, Jas. 
Hersey, John L. Fitch, James S. Cheney, Archibald Gamble, 
Jacob G. Cilley, John H. Goodale, William W. Baker. 
Stephen Palmer, Stevens M. Dow, Daniel L. Stevens, Wm. 
P. Newell, Ezekiel A. Straw, Joseph E. Bennett, J. T. P. 
Hunt, Hilas Dickey, Clinton W. Stanley, James O. Adams, 
Charles W. Adams, Joseph Kidder, Stephen M. Baker, 
John T. Moore, Lucien «B. Clough, Benjamin F. Wallace, 
G. W. Riddle, Jonas B. Bowman, A. J. Dow, William W. 
Morris, Joseph S. Harriman, Robert Scott, Darwin J. Dan- 
iels, Rodnia Nutt, John P. Newell, Daniel Marsh, Benjamin 

F. Locke, George W. F. Converse, Elijah M. Topliff, Joseph 
B. Clarke, Edward W. Harrington, Andrew G. Tucker, 
Geo. A. Barnes, Wm. B. Webster, Alonzo Smith, Stephen 

G. Clarke, James B. Straw, Charles H. Brown, John W. 
Severance, William Richardson, Richard N. Batchelder, 
Henry G. Lowell, J. B. Daniels, Wm. Stark, Amos B. Shat- 
tuck, Robert Gilchrist, Thomas S Montgomery, Benjamin 
F. Martin, Benjamin F. Page, Ephraim Corey, Daniel W. 
Lane, Joseph B. Sawyer, Joseph H. Knowlton, Simeon D. 
Farnsworth, Daniel M. Robertson, Wm. Reynolds, Abram 
B. Lord, Isaac W. Farmer, Phineas Adams, Davis Baker, 
Justin Spear, John B. Goodwin, Edward C. D. Kittredge, 
Enoch Holcomb, Joseph G. George, Samuel B. Burnham. 

MASON. Justice, Quorum — George Taft. 



96 COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Justices — Jonathan Russell, Thomas H. Marshall, Charles 
Scripture, Joseph B. Wilson, Willard B. Jefts, Henry Mc- 
Gown, N. Herman Shattuck, William A. Preston. 

MERRIMACK. Justices, Quorum— Oliver Spaulding, Wil- 
liam T. Parker. 

Justices— Alexander McC. Wilkins, Leonard Walker, Ed- 
ward P. Parker, Isaac McGaw, M. B. McConihe, William 
McKean, Harrison Eaton, Asa Knight, Caleb Jones, Hosea 
B. Spaulding, David Henderson, James S. Mooney, John L. 
Bowers, J. L. Spaulding, Franklin Herrick. 

MILFORD. Justices, State — William Ramsdell, Bain- 
bridge Wadleigh. 

Justices, Quorum — Daniel Russell, Gilbert Wadleigh, John 
E. Bruce, Leonard Chase, Pliny Whitney. 

Justices— ILuther Hutchinson, Reed Dutton, D. P. Need- 
ham, S. Smith Stickney, Rufus N. Wallingford, George W, 
Burns, Humphrey M. Tyler, Martin Hall, Oliver W. Lull, 
Abel Chase, Joel H. Gutterson, Frederick T. Sawyer, Moses 
French, Pomroy W. Rossiter, Elbridge G. Newton, William 
Lane, George Daniels, George F. Bartlett. 

MONT-YERNON. Justice, Quorum— John Bruce. 

Justices — Nathaniel Bruce, Alonzo Travis, Chas. J. Smith, 
Harry H. Bragg, Wm. H. Conant. 

NASHUA. Justices, State— -Israel Hunt, Isaac Spalding, 
Albert McKean, Aaron F. Stevens, Charles P. Danforth, 
Charles R. Morrison, George Stark, Aaron W. Sawyer, Al- 
ton Beard, Benjamin F. Emerson. 

Justices, Quorum — John M. Hunt, Bernard B. Whittemore, 
Zebadiah Shattuck, Thomas Chase, Thomas Pearsons, Jr., 
Joseph Greeley, David F. Whittle, Harvey J. Marshall, 
Joshua F. Whittle, Edward P.Emerson, John II. Gage, Stil- 
man S. Davis. 

Justices — Franklin Fletcher, Thomas W. Gillis, Silas But- 
terfield, Josephus Baldwin, William D. Beasom, Lyman 
Heath, Edward Spalding, James S. Roby, James Swallow, 
Joseph Greeley, Jcsiah G. Graves, Aaron P. Hughes, Abra- 
ham Mitchell, Robert Moore, Edward Wheeler, Fordyce M. 
Stimpson, Russell E. Dewey, David Robinson, George W. 
Perham, Nathan McKean, Harrison Hobson, Solomon Spald- 
ing, Edward B. West, Leonard W. Noyes, Seth Woodbury, 
Jr., John B. Bailey, H. J. Chapman, Ignatius Bagley, Clark 
C. Boutwell, Jacob 0. Smith, David A. G. Warner, S. B. 



HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY. 97 

Richardson, Isaac Eaton, Freeman S. Rogers, T.B. Adams, 
Jacob H. Marshall, Archibald H. Dunlap, Wm. H. White, 
John B. Nutter, Calvin B. Hill, Albert Lull, Oliver A. 
Woodbury, William W. Bailey, James Eayers, Francis 
Winch, William L. Carter, Luther F. Locke, Chas. P. Gage, 
Orlando T. Marshall, Paris H. Hill, Jeff. Rockwood, John 
M. Flanders, W. J. Cooper, Frederick Chase, George H. 
Whitney, Joseph F. Andrews, Henry Parkinson, Evan B. 
Hammond, Charles H. Nutt, Gustine Marshall, David A. 
Wilson, Hiram T. Morrill. 

NEW-IPSWICH. Justices, State— John Preston, Hosea 
Eaton, Jeremiah Smith. 

Justice^ Quorum — George Barrett. 

Justices — Moody Adams, William W. Johnson, Stephen 
Thayer, James Chandler, John T. Stevens, James Spaul- 
ing, Samuel W. Bent, Christopher Whitney, William Has- 
sell, Nathaniel Y. Oliver, Henry Adams, Nathan Sanders, 
Peter H. Clarke, Henry O. Preston, John U. Davis, Pane 
Moors. 

NEW-BOSTON. Justice, State— John Atwood. 

Justices, Quorum— Benjamin Fairfield, Robert B. Cochran. 

Justices — Daniel Campbell, George G. Fox, Ira Gage, 
James McCurdy, Rodney McLane, Neil McLane, David D. 
Smith, James M. Gregg, Ninian C. Crombie. 

PELHAM. Justice, State— Moody Hobbs. 

Justices, Quorum — J. Gibson, J. Atwood. 

Justices — Gilbert Colburn, Daniel Marshall, Abel Gage, 
David Cutter, David Butler. 

PETERBOROUGH. Justices, State — John H. Steele, 
Daniel B. Cutter. 

; Justices, Quorum — Abiel Sawyer, Albert Smith, Timothy 
K. Ames. 

Justices — Samuel Adams, Alexander Robbe, Josiah S. 
Morrison, William H. Whittemore, James G. White, James 
Scott, Charles G. Cheney, Jacob Longley, Pearson C. Che- 
ley, Albert S. Scott, William B. Kimball, Charles Scott, Eli 
I Hunt, Samuel Edes, John Smith, Isaac Edes, Cornelius 
V. Dearborn, George A. Ramsdell. 

SHARON. Justices, Quorum — Samuel Nay, Nathan, 
Moors, James Taggart. 

Justice — Silas Sawyer. 
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98 COUNTY OFFICERS. 

TEMPLE. Justices, Quorum — N. Wheeler, M. Heald T 
Isaac Kimball, Elbridge G. Cutter. 
Justices — Francis Whiting, Franklin Merriam. 

WEARE. Justice, State— John L. Hadley. 

Justices, Quorum — Amos W. Bailey, Daniel Paige, Wm. 
Woodbury, Wm. H. Gove. 

Justices — Abraham Morrill, Jesse Whittaker, Hiram Si- 
mons, Moses A. Hodgdon, Jonathan D. Clement, Edmund 
Johnson, Josiah G. Dearborn, Freeman Horton, Robert B. 
Carswell, Moses Dearborn, Amos J. Wilson, Albe Morrill, 
Simon G. Gove, Daniel Johnson. 

WILTON. Justices, Quorum— Jos. W. Killam, Eliphalei 
Pntnam. 

Justices— Joel Abbot, Timothy Parkhurst, David Whiting, 
Elbridge F. Perkins, William H. Grant, Charles Spaulding, 
Josiah Fleeman, George W. Daniels, James T. Buttrick, 
Lewis Howard, Abiel Abbott, Benjamin Baker, Philander 
Ring, Sewell Putnam, Burleigh French, Charles H. Burns. 

WINDSOR. Justices— James W. Perkins, John M. Cur- 
tis, Jonathan B. Emerson. 

Sheriff— Charles P. Danforth, Nashua. 

Deputy Sheriffs — Amherst, Gilbert Hills ; Manchester, Dan- 
iel L. Stevens, Isaac W. Farmer ; Peterborough, Timothy 
K. Ames, Charles Scott; New-Ipswich, Peter H. Clark; 
Goffstown, David Pattee ; Hillsborough, John G. Dickey ; ; 
Nashua, John C. Lamphier ; Mason, Willard Jefts ; Wilton, 
Willard French; Francestown, George A. Dunkley ; Antrim, 
Ransom S. Chesmore; Milford, Martin Hall, John E.Bruce. 

Deputy Sheriffs in other Counties, deputized to serve in this 
County — Concord, (Merrimack Co.) William H. Rixford ; 
Bradford, John Wadleigh ; Hopkinton, John M. Milton ; Hen- 
niker, Hiram M. Davis; Candia, (Rockingham Co.} Carr 
B. Haines. 

.Jailor — Gilbert Hills, Amherst. 

•Coroners. — Amherst, N. H. George; Antrim, William N.j 
Tuttle ; Brookline, Artemas Wight ; Bedford, C. Spofford ; 
Goffstown, David Taggart; Francestown, William Cochran; 
Manchester, Joseph M. Rowell ; Mason, George Taft ; Nashua, 
James White, Moses Davis, Jefferson Rockwood. 



99 



COUSTTY OF CHESHIRE, 

Was incorporated March 19, 1771. Number of towns, 22. Shire- 
Town, Keene. Population, 1850, 30,144. 

County Treasurer — Ephraim Foster, Keene ; salary $100. 
Register of Deeds — Calvin May, Jr., Keene. 

County Sealer ■ - 

County Commissioners — John A. Pratt, Jaffrey ; Lawson 
Robertson, Alstead; Willard Adams, Swanzey. 

AL STEAD. Justices, Quorum — Azel Hatch, A. Glover, 
Asa H. Carpenter, Aldis Lovell, Bolivar LovelL 

Justices — Joseph Kingsbury, Ira Rust, Whitney Breed, 
Lawson Robertson, Alden S. Thurston, Eli Wilson, Abel 
Richardson, James F. Isham, James Ramsey, Lyman Chan- 
dler, Paschal Banks, Richard McRae, Oliver Shepard, Sam- 
uel W. Prouty. 

CHESTERFIELD. Justice, State— Barton Skinner. 

Justices, Quorum — Otis Amidon, W. R. Platts. 

Justices— Samuel Beal, Ezekiel P, Pierce, J. C. Goodridge, 
Ezra Titus, William Bennett, Oscar Coolidge, John B.Fisk, 
George H. F. Colburn, Arad Fletcher, Benjamin Pierce, 
John W. Richardson, Mark Cook, Parker D. Cressey, Arza 
K. Clark. 

DUBLIN. Justices, /State— Asa H. Fiske, Thomas Fiske, 
Jonathan K. Smith. 

Justice, Quorum — Asa Heald. 

Justices— Rufus Piper, Aaron Smith, O. N. Russell, John 
G. Parker, Franklin J. Ware. 

FITZ WILLIAM. Justices, State— John J. Allen, Jr., 
Amos A. Parker. 

Justices, Quorum— James Batchelder, Silas Cummings. 

Justices — John J. Allen, Dexter Whittemore, Jonathan S. 
Adams, John Kimball, Joel Whittemore, John Whittemore. 

GILSUM. Justice, State— George W. Hammond. 

Justice, Quorum — Amasa May. 

Justices — Israel B. Loveland, John Hammond, Samuel 
Isham, Jr., George W. Newman, Francis A. Howard, George 
Hammond. 



100 COUNTY OFFICERS. 

HINSDALE. Justices, State — Frederick Boyden, William 
Haile. 

Justices, Quorum — Obed Slate, Ezra Burnham. 

Justices — Simeon Horton, Obed Slate, Jr., Charles J. Ami- 
don, John D. Todd, Hollis Taylor, Franklin Doolittle, Au- 
gustus E. Eayers, Hezekiah F. Horton, Lemuel Liscom. 

JAFFREY. Justices, Quorum — Alonzo Bascom, John 
Fox. 

Justices — George Bryant, Luther Cutter, Asa Baker, John 
A. Prescott, 2d, John E. B. Jewett, David A. Wood. 

KEENE. Justices, State — Salma Hale, Leonard Bisco, 
Samuel Dinsmoor, Levi Chamberlain, William P. Wheeler, 
Harvey Carleton, Thomas M. Edwards, G. F. Starkweather, 
Frank S. Fiske, Francis A. Faulkner, Charles C. Webster, 
Edward Farrar. 

Justices, Quorum — John H. Fuller, Lewis Campbell, Geo. 
W. Sturtevant, Charles Sturtevant. 

Justices — John Prentiss, Josiah Colony, John H. Elliott, 
George A. Wheelock, Isaac Sturtevant, Noah R. Cook, Stew- 
art Hastings, James Buffum, Luther Nurse, F. F. Lane, 
Allen P. Ingersoll, Samuel Woodward, Jehiel Wilson, Hora- 
tio Kimball, Joseph Perry, Nelson Morse, Thomas H. Lev- 
erett, Ephraim Chapin, Edward Joslin, Shubael White, Hen- 
ry C. Handerson, Barret Ripley, Ralph J. Holt, Calvin May, 
Jr., Seth Wadsworth, Silas Hardy, Samuel B. Aldrich, 
George Tilden, Ephraim Foster, Dauphin W. Buckminster, 
Daniel Buss, Charles F. Webster, Virgil A. Wright, Harvey 
Carleton, Augustus T. Wilder, Elisha F. Lane, Wm. P. 
Abbott, Harvey W. Cooper, Caleb T. Buffum, Edward Jos- 
lyn, Addison Stone. 

MARLBOROUGH. Justice, Quorum— — 

Justices — Reuben Ward, Elbridge Cummings, Asa May- 
nard, Nelson Converse, A. Frost, Jairus Collins, Elijah Boy- 
den, James Q. Newell, Ebenezer Greenwood. 

MARLOW. Justice, State— Allen Giffiri. 

Justices, Quorum— Beth uel Farley, Amos Huntley. 

Justices — Amos F. Fiske, Edmund Jones, John Q. Jones, 
C. D. Symonds, James Burnap, Benj. Coolidge, Marshall 
Perkins, Jonathan Brown, Franklin Downing, Franklin 
Graves. 



CHESHIRE COUNTY. 101 

NELSON. Justice, State — Milan Harris. 

Justice, Quorum — Charles H. Whitney. 

Justices — Horatio Osgood, Pembroke Fisher, Frederick 
Taylor, Charles C. P. Harris, Gilman Griffin, Justus Fisher, 
Edwin R. Locke, Simeon G. Griffin. 

RICHMOND. Justices, Quorum— Benjamin Newell, Jar- 
vis Weeks. 

Justices — Silas Jilson, Kendall Fisher, William Wright, 
Uberto Bowen, Willard Randall, John W. Herrick, David 
B. Aldrich, David Buffum. 

RINDGE. Justice, State— Stephen B. Sherwin. 

Justice*— Joshua Converse, John P. Simonds, Levi Howe, 
Thomas Ingalls, Jason B. Perry, Zebulon Converse, Alison 
Lake, George W.,Todd, Jr., Arba S. Coffin, George W. 
Stearns, Oratio P. Allen. 

ROXBURY. Justices— Seth Kingsbury, William Rice, 
Brigham Nims, Eli Clark. 

STODDARD. Justices, Quorum — Asa Copeland, Chester 
A. Blodgett. 

Justices — Abner Knowlton, William Wilson, Eliphalet 
Fox, Jonas P. Reed, Luther Abbott, Sumner Knight, John 
S. Wilson, Stearns Foster. 

SULLIVAN. Justices— David Seward, Josiali Peabody, 
George C. Hubbard, Charles Mason, David A. Felt, Frank- 
lin Buckminster, J. Symonds. 

SURRY. Justices— Eliphalet Dort, Nathan D. Reed, Jo- 
seph Allen, George K. Harvey, William H. Porter. 

SWANZEY. Justices, Quorum — Joseph Hammond, Jr., 
Elijah Sawyer. 

Justices — Amos Bailey, Charles N. Hills, Isaac Stratton, 
Rufus Bowen, William Read, Aaron Holbrook, Jotham W. 
Frink, Willard Adams, Stephen Faulkner, Benjamin Read, 
Thomas T. Wetherbee, Barnabas C.Peters, Benj. L. Draper, 
Asaph Corlis, Enoch Howes. 

TROY. Justice, Quorum — Brown Nurse, Abel Baker. 

Justices — Joseph Jones, Edward P. Kimball, Leonard Far- 
rar, David W. Farrar, Isaac Aldrich, Jr., Edwin Butrick. 

WALPOLE. Justice, State— -Frederick Vose, David 
Fisher. 



102 COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Justices, Quorum — Walton Mead. George Huntington, J. B. 
Burnham, David C. Thompson. 

Justices — David Fisher, John P. Maynard, Ebenezer Morse, 
Hope Lathrop, Daniel Merriam, Jr., Jared Miller, Henry 
Mellish, Henry A. Hitchcock, John W. Lovejoy, Francis 
B. Knapp, John W. Hayward. 

WESTMORELAND. Justices, State— Larkin Baker, 
Charles F. Brooks. 

Justices, Quorum — Austin Parker, Tileston A. Barker, Au- 
gustus Noyes. 

Justices — Z. Britton, Anson Cole, Arvin Aldrich, Stephen 
B. Gary, Charles H. Cook, Jedediah Sabin, Barton Sim- 
mons. 

WINCHESTER. Justice, State— Horace Chapin. 

Justices, Quorum — Calvin Burnap, Asahel J. Humphrey. 

Justices— Eli sh a Rich, Ebenezer D. Foster, Henry King- 
man, Erastus Dickinson, Willard Jackson, John Cook,Ever- 
son Cook, Edward Gustine, Elisha Hutchins, Jr., Luther 
Cheney, John Wheelock, John Severance, Ira W. Russell, 
Sampson W. Buffu n, Edward P. Tenney, John P. Merrill, 
Daniel A. Hawkins, Alfred Willis, Alvin W. Ball, Edward 
M. Forbes, Marshall Kingman, John Burbank, Ellery Albee, 
William Rixford. 

Sheriff— Bolivar Lovell, Alstead. 

Deputy Sheriffs — Hinsdale, Lockhart Davenport ; Jaffrey, 
David A. Wood ; Keene, Ralph J. Holt, Elisha F. Lane, 
Harvey W. Cooper; Richmond, John W. Herrick ; Walpole, 
George Rust; Winchester, Daniel A. Hawkins ; Marlow, John 
Symonds ; Chesterfield, Warham R. Platts, Ebenezer P. 
Wetherell ; Rindge, Arba S. Coffin ; Stoddard, Sumner 
Knight ; Troy, Isaac Aldrich, Jr. 

Deputy Sheriffs in other Counties, deputized to serve in this 
County — Peterborough, (Hillsborough Co.) T.K.Ames; Hills- 
borough, John G. Dickey, Charles Scott. 

Jailer — Augustus T. Wilder, Keene. 

Coroners — Winchester, John Severance ; Keene, William S. 
Briggs ; Nelson, Milan Harris. 



103 



COUNTY OF SUMiiVAM", 

Incorporated July 5, 1827. Shire Town, Newport. Number of 
towns, 15. Population, 1850, 19.375. 

County Treasurer — PaulJ. Wheeler, Newport; salary $100. 

Register of Deeds — Alexander V. Hitchcock, Newport. 

County Sealer — Jonathan Miner, Claremont. 

County Commissioners — Alden B. Sabin, Lempster ; Josiah 
Turner, Simapee; Chester Pike, Cornish. 



AC WORTH. Justices, Quorum — David Montgomery, Da- 
vid Blanchard, Jesse Slader, Chapin K. Brooks. 

Justices — Joel Tracy, Granville Gilmore, Edward Wood- 
bury, Joseph Bail, Nathaniel Merrill, William Warner, Z. 
Slader, Joseph G. Silsby, Nicholas E. Sargent, Daniel Rob- 
inson, Harvey Hayward, Hezekiah Copeland, 2d, Adna 
Keyes, Jacob B. Richardson, Joseph S. Bowers, Artemas C. 
Field, James A. Wood. 

CHARLESTOWN. Justices, State— Enos Stevens, Ed- 
mund L. Gushing. 

Justices, Quorum- 

Justices — Thomas Whipple, Henry Hubbard, Isaac F. 
Wetherbee, Samuel "Webber, Simeon O. Cooley, Richard 
Hubbard, Josiah H. Hubbard, Alvin Frost, James C. Steb- 
bins, Henry H. Sylvester, Charles H. Chapin, Harvey Ab- 
bott, Wm. McCrae, Samuel Walker, George Olcott, Jr. 

CLAREMONT. Justices, State— Ambrose Cossitt, John 
J. Prentiss, Milon C. McClure, Thomas J. Harris. 

Justices, Quorum — Isaac Hubbard, Luther Brown, Philan- 
der C. Freeman, Alpheus F. Snow, Albro Blodgett, A. B. 
Williamson, John Prentiss, Timothy Nutting, George Tick- 
nor, Walter Tufts. 

Justices — John W. Tappan, Leonard Gilmore, Danford 
Rice, Caleb Judkins, Simeon Ide, F.'P. Smith, Samuel C. 
Abbott, George W. Rkodgett, Samuel G. Jarvis, Willam M. 
Ladd, Edward Brown, Frederick A. Henry, Solon C. Gran- 
nis, John S. Walker, Jona. Densmore, George R. Lathe, Syl- 
vester Wheeler, June Pierce, Sylvanus F. Redfield, J. W. 
Sanborn, Enoch Johnson, Jonas Livingston, Ira Colby, Otis 
F. R. Waite, James Goodwin, Albert H. Danforth. Sumner 
Putnam, Aurelius Dickinson, Horace A. Perry, William Ros- 



104 COUNTY OFFICERS. 

siter, William P. Austin, Nathaniel Tolles, Charles H. Long-, 
Edward Ainsworth, James Sperry, Oscar J. Brown, E. D. 
Baker, Charles F. Long, William E. Tutherly, Edward W. 
Woodell, Austin T. Cowles, William Clark, James W. 
Bradley, Samuel C. Bailey, Jonas White, Henry Fitch, Da- 
vid F. Tutherly, Joshua Colby, Edward Vaughan, Alexan- 
der Gardner. 

CORNISH. Justices, State — Eleazer Jackson, John L, 
Putnam. 

Justices, Quorum — Reuben Davis, Araunah Burnap. 

Justices — Sylvanus Bryant, Orlando Powers, James R. 
Wellman, Benj. Chapman, W. S. Demming, Hiram Little. 
E. F. Chellis, Joshua B. Wyman, Heman H. Cummings, 
Israel Hall, Chester Pike, Benjamin Fletcher, Carlos F. Hug- 
gins, James M. Davidson, Harrison Lesslie. 

CROYDON. Justice, Quorum— Daniel R. Hall. 

Justices — John Cooper, Nathan Hall, Ruel Durkee, Elias 
Powers, Martin A. Bar:on, Otis Cooper, Paine Durkee. 

GOSHEN. Justice, State— Virgil Chase. 

Justices, Quorum— Oliver Boothe, Nathaniel T. Cofran. 

Justices — Jonas Parker, Silas S. Boothe, Dennis Lear, 
Joshua W. Boothe, James Baker, Imri Purington. 

GRANTHAM. Justice, State— Oliver W. Buswell. 

Justice, Quorum — Seth C. Sargent. 

Justices — John Brown, Eben Clough. 

LANGDON. Justice, State— -Robert El well. 

Justices, Quorum — John Walker, Royal Shumway. 

Justices — March Chase, Gilson Walker, C. C. Albee, E. 
Walker, L. J. Graves, Horace Adams. 

LEMPSTER. Justices, State— A. Smith, D. M. Smith. 

Justice, Quorum — Harvey Dudley. 

Justices — Joel Dame, James Booth, Hosea W. Parker, 
Wm. P. Parker. 

NEWPORT. Justices, State— Austin Corbin, Edmund 
Burke, Edward Wyman, Levi W. Barton 

Justices, Quorum-— Amasa Edes, Thomas W. Gilmore, Bela 
Nettleton, John Town, James Hale, James A. Gregg, Nathan 
White, Nathaniel O. Page, Wm. H. H. Allen. 

Justices — Zina Goldthwaite, Matthew Harvey, Henry G. 
Carlton, Frederick Claggett, Calvin Wilcox, Parmenus 



SULLIVAN COUNTY. 105 

Whitcomb, J. Emerson, Benjamin F. Haven, John Wilcox, 
Edmund Wheeler, Samuel H. Edes r Dexter Richards, Paul 
J. Wheeler, Francis Boardman, Wm. Kelly, Benjamin F. 
Carr, David B. Chapin, Shepherd L. Bowers, Albert S 
Adams, Frederick Chapin, Daniel D. Chapin, Benjamin M. 
Gilmore, Thomas A. Twitchell, Alexander V. Hitchcock, 
George Herrick, Edmund E. Wood. 

PLAINFIELD. Justices, State— S. C. Moulton, George 
Bryant. 

Justice, Quorum — Charles L. Newtoo. 

Justices — Jesse French, Daniel Cole, Wm. Ward, A. Reed, 
Edward Freeman, Stephen R. Moulton, Edward Freeman, 
Jr., Stephen D. Stone, Jesse Colby, Alvin S. Bartholomew, 
Samuel Bean, John P. Chellis, N. M. Wheeler, L. Bryant, 
Alvin D. Manchester. 

SPRINGFIELD. Justice, State— Richard Sanborn. 

Justices, Quorum — Ora C. Howard, Daniel N. Adams. 

Justices— Samuel Quimby, Valentine Manahan, Smith N. 
Stevens, Francis M. Morrill, Wm. P. Smith, A. S. Abbott, 
Levi Richardson, William E. Meiendy, John C. Nichols, Lo- 
renzo Bailey, Joseph Davis, Jr. 

SUNAPEE. Justice, Quorum — Daniel George. 

Justices — William Young, David Brown, John Hopkins, 
Jacob C. Stickney, Jos. G. Tucker, Hiram Sargent, James 
Perkins, Josiah Turner, Samuel Wells, Wm. C. Sturoc, 
Charles E. Rogers. 

UNITY. Justices, State — Amos Perkins, Harvey Hun- 
toon, Ezra J. Glidden. 

Justices, Quorum— Hiram Smith, Joseph Coped and. 

Justices — Daniel Huntoon, Gilbert Lewis, Uriah M. Straw, 
Wm. Dinsmoor, Charles H. Cammett, Josiah H. Straw, 
John Beard, Joseph M. Perkins, Harvey Sanborn, Joshua 
Tenney, Lewis Neal, Albert F. Winn, Jabez B. Perkins, Na 
thaniel A. Lull. 

WASHINGTON. Justices, State— Joseph Healey, Mar 
tin Chase, Solomon E. Jones. 

Justice, Quorum — Simon W. Jones. 

Justices — N. G. Jones, Sullivan W. Healey, DeWitt C. 
Newman, Langdon Healy, Jesse Bailey, James Barney, 
Willard Crane, Philbrick Curtice, John O. Metcalf, Sylva- 
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106 COUNTY OFFICERS. 

nus Clogston, Benjamin P. Blood, Asaph Wilson, Hart- 
well Wright. 

Sheriff— Frederick Claggett, Newport. 

Deputy Sheriffs — Charlestown, Jonathan Baker, James C. 
Stebbins ; Claremont, James W. Bradley, William Dodge, 
Jonas White ; Cornish, Leonard Martindale ; Croydon, Mar- 
tin A. Barton ; Newport, Loren H. Chase, Rufus P. Claggett ; 
Washington, Sylvanus Clogston ; Plainfield, Bradbury Dyer, 
Nathaniel M. Wheeler; Grantham, John N. Brown. 

Deputy Sheriffs in other Counties, deputized to serve in this 
County — Andover, (Merrimack Co.) Aaron Waitt ; Bradford, 
John D. Wadleigh ; New-London, Albert Little; Newbury, 
South, Eli Dodge ; Concord, Nehemiah G. Ordway ; Enfield, 
( Grafton Co.) Simon Garland ; Hanover, Lorenzo D. Gove ; 
Lebanon, Watson K. Eldridge ; Hillsborough, (Hillsborough 
Co.) John G. Dickey; Marlow, (Cheshire Co.) John Sy- 
xnonds ; Alstead, Bolivar Lovell. 

Jailer — James L. Riley, Newport. 

Coroners — Cornish, A, Burnap ; Plainfield, Levi Bryant; 
Newport, Wm. Nourse ; Claremont, Thomas J. Harris. . 



COUNTY OF GRAFTON, 

Was incorporated March 19, 1771. Shire Towns, Haverhill 
and Plymouth. ( County records kept at Haverhill. ) Num- 
ber of towns, thirty-eight. Population, 1850, 40,337. 

County Treasurer — Henry W. Rowell, Littleton. Salary, 
$150. 

Register of Deeds — Augustus Whitney, Haverhill. 

County Sealer — Henry Towle, Haverhill. 

County Commissioners — Oscar F. Fowler, Bristol; Joseph 
Parker, Lisbon ; Adams M. Holden, Rumney. 



ALEXANDRIA. Justice, State — K. Dickerson. 
Justice, Quorum — Heman J. Welton. 

Justices — James Crawford, Aiken Gilmore, Hiram S. Clif- 
ford, Leonard Cheney. 

BATH. Justices, State — Harry Hibbard, Andrew S, 
Woods, John L. Carleton. 



GRAFTON COUNTY. 107 

Justices, Quorum. — Isaac Patterson, C. C. Hutchins, George 
Cutting, Alonzo P. Carpenter. 

Justices— J. H. Carbee, George W. Cutting, Daniel Patter- 
son, Samuel Ross, Jesse Mann, George Morrison, George 
W. Clement, Willard Weeks, Moses Abbott, John W. Flint, 
David R. Lang, Edward Woods, Henry C. Carbee, Henry S. 
Lang. 

BENTON. Justice, Quorum— J. J. Page. 

Justices— 1y& Whitcher, Daniel D. Page. 

BETHLEHEM. Justices, State— John G. Sinclair, Dan- 
iel P. Putnam. 

Justice, Quorum — William Keraney. 

Justices — Isaac J. Quimby, Daniel Wilcomb, Reuben Ba- 
ker, Thomas J. Spooner, Willis Wilder, Hosea Crane, Tim- 
othy P. Turner, Wm. V. Gale. 

BRIDGEWATER. Justices, Quorum— Joshua P. Smith, 
Nathaniel Batchelder, J. H. Johnson. 

Justices — Jesse Prescott, Martin Boardman, David B. 
Clement, John Brown. 

BRISTOL. Justices, State— Oscar F. Fowler, R. Smith, 
Samuel K. Mason. 

Justices, Quorum — Samuel T. W. Sleeper, Ichabod C. Bart- 
lett, L. W. Fling, John C. Blaisdell. 

Justices— Walter Hay ward, Frederick Bartlett, Levi Bart- 
lett, Gilman Ingalls, J. M. R. Emmons, Joseph S. Chase, 
John W. Sanborn, H. B. Fcwler, Abraham Doloff, James T. 
Sanborn, Levi Locke, Joseph F. Rollins. 

CAMPTON. Justices, Quorum— William Clark, Amos 
Flint, Ozias Holmes, Wm. P. Hobinson. 

Justices — Robert Smith. John Cook, Thomas J. Sanborn, 
George W. Webster, G. W. Keniston, Nathaniel Spencer, Jo- 
seph Cook, Peter Walker. 

CANAAN. Justices, State— Caleb Blodgett, William P. 
Weeks, Eleazer Martin. 

Justice, Quorum— George Harris. 

Justices — J. Martin, Chamberlain Packard, Jr., Abner 
Blodgett, Jonathan Barnard, Nathaniel Shepherd, Darius 
Barnard, W. W. George, William Butterfield, Augustus 
Lovejoy, Daniel Pattee, Eleazer Barney, Roswell Elliott, 
Hiram L. Sleeper, Abner H. Cilley, Nathan Jones, Horace 



108 COUNTY OFFICERS. 

S. Currier, Matthew H. Miller, Norman Hadley, David 
Barnard, Hazen K. Farnum. 

D ANBURY. Justices, Quorum — John Bean, Ichabod S. 
Johnson. 

Justices — Timothy H. Danforth, Moses L. Taylor, James 
S. Knowlton, Isaiah Langley, Wm. P. Stone, John S. Rand, 
Joseph R. Taylor, Frederick S. Ransom, Jas. T. Smith. 

DORCHESTER. Justice, Quorum — Jabez Youngman, 
Thomas J. Fitts, Samuel W. Clement. 

Justices— Samuel P. Wright, John G. Dustin, Wells Rob- 
bins, Benjamin Davis, Asahel Blodgett, Jr., Marshall P. 
Burpee, Benj. R. Norris. 

ELLSWORTH. Justices— Stephen Avery, David R, 
Buzzell. 

ENFIELD. Justices, State — Converse Goodhue, Thomas 
Merrill, Wm. C. Smith, George W. Conant. 

Justices, Quorum — Alpheus Conant, Amos French. 

Justices — Henry Currier, Clement Smith, Neherniah S. 
Dustin, William Huse, Mark Purmort, Hubbard Harris, 
Amos French, John Jones, George W. Choate, C. G. Mor- 
gan, Jas. F. Bryant, Jacob C. Bean, Samuel Davis, Jr., 
George C. Thomas, Phillips C. Cambridge, Jr., James Huse. 

FRANCONIA. Justices — Priest Young, Simeon Spoon- 
er, Joseph B. Stevens, Nathaniel W. Cheney, Eleazer B. 
Parker, Asa Gould, George W. Smith. 

GRAFTON. Justice, State— James R. Smiley. 

Justice, Quorum — Jesse Cass. 

Justices — Alexander Williams, Cyrus Adams, Josiah Ste- 
vens, Isaac Bullock, Gilbert W. Rollins, Hiram S. Hale, 
Isaac B. Martin, Peter Kimball, Horace Barney, 2d, Asa 
Ford. 

GROTON. Justice, Quorum — Jonathan K. Pike. 

Justices — R. S. McClure, Jonathan Goodhue, Joshua R. 
Wheat, W. Heath, Joseph F. Cilley, David M. Tenney, 
Braclden Ferrin, George E. Colburn. 

HANOVER. Justices, State — Wm. H. Duncan, Isaac 
Ross, Daniel F. Richardson, Israel 0. Dewey. 

Justices, Quorum— Isaac Fellows, Dixi Crosby, Daniel 
Blaisdell, Osmyn S. Ingalls. 



GRAFTON COUNTY. 109 

Justices — Asahel Smith, Washington Burnham, Asa Hunt- 
ington, Ulysses Dow, John Tenney, Joseph Tenney, Samuel 
W. Cobb, David Eaton, Eli Hurlbutt, D. Camp, David 
Walker, Wm. M. Rogers, Nathaniel Hurlburt, Adna P. 
Balch. 

HAVERHILL. Justices, State— John Page, N. B. Eel- 
ton, N. W. Westgate, John L. Rix, John S. Bryant. 

Justice, Quorum — John Mc Clary. 

Justices— Russell Kimball, Hiram Morgan, Hosea S Baker, 
Chandler Cass, Aaron P. Glazier, Joseph Powers, Josiah F. 
Wilson, N. M. Swasey, Greenleaf N. Pierce, Walter P. 
Flanders, David Page, Dudley C. Kimball, Isaac Morse, 
Sylvester Reding, Henry B. Leonard, James P. Webster, G. 
W. Chapman, Asa Martin, Abel K. Merrill, Samuel Carr, 
Augustus Whitney, Jacob Bell, Phineas Spaulding, George 
S. Kelsea, Charles A. Dole, Isaac Carlton, Rufus King, 
James Glynn. 

HEBRON.— Justice, State— Nathaniel Berry. 
Justices-— David McClure, John C. Hammond, Alfred E. 
Jaques, Elliot B. Rogers, Milo H. Crosby. 

HILL. Justices, Quorum — G. W. Sumner, E. G. Bartlett. 

Justices — Sewall Dickerson, Isaac T. Parker, Peter Her- 
sey, Samuel D. Johnson, Amos Dickerson. Carr Huse, Al- 
bert Blake, Amos K. Davis. 

HOLDERNESS. Justice, State— Russell Cox. 

Justice, Quorum — Nathaniel P. Smith. 

Justices — William Ladd, B. H. Eastman, Samuel S. Pres- 
cott, George L. Shepherd, J. F. Keyes, John S. Drew, John 
H. Thompson, John S. Ladd, S. N. Morse, Andrew Baker, 
Hiram Cass, Andrew Smith, James L. Wilson. 

LANDAFF. Justices, Quorum — Moses Clark, S. Moody. 

Justices — George W. Cogswell, John Poor, Jacob M. 
White, Dearborn S. M. Cogswell, A. Young, Moor R.Noyes, 
George W. Kendall, Isaiah P. Kimball, Rufus H. Noyes, 
Benjamin Morrill. 

LEBANON. Justices, State,— Caleb Plastridge, Aaron H. 
Cragin, Daniel Richardson, George S. Towle, John Clough. 

Justice, Quorum — Elisha P. Liscomb. 

Justices— George H. Lathrop, Abner Allen, Watson K. El- 
dridge, John Wood, M. L. Peabody, Daniel C. Hardy, Lewis 



110 COUNTY OFFICERS. 

R. Morris, Asa M. Mow<5, Rodney Lund, Eleazer Aspinwall, 
Edward J. Durant, Horace Hatch, James Murch, Daniel A. 
Richardson, Oliver L. Stearns, Hiram Emerson, Francis A. 
Cushman, Joseph W. Cleaveland. 

LISBON, Justice, State — Greenleaf Cummings. 

Justices, Quorum — Levi Parker, Otis Savage, James Parker, 
Bela Young. 

Justices— Ithiel C. Young, Jehiel W. Savage, Joseph Par- 
ker, W. H. Cummings, Ezra B. Elkins, Cyrus Ela, Carlton 
B. Hutchins, Artemas Wells, Samuel H. McKean, George 
W. Whiting, James R. Young, Silas Howland, Horace B. 
Savage, David W. Bowles, Ward P. Aldrich, Moses A. 
Quimby, John H. Oakes, Ward C. Cooley, James A. McKean, 
David S. Richardson, Stephen S. Cummings, Silas Parker. 

LINCOLN. Justice — Stephen M. Hanson. 

LITTLETON. Justices, State— Edward O. Kenney, H. 
Bingham, Charles W. Rand, Simeon B. Johnson, John Farr, 
Cyrus Eastman. 

Justices, Quorum — William Brackett, George A. Bingham, 
Adams Moore. 

Justices, — Edmund Carleton, Simeon Remick, Thomas 
Bickford, William J. Bellows, Otis Batchelder, Marquis L. 
Gould, Truman Stevens, S. H. Rowell, Douglas Robins, J. 
Sargent, F. Hodgman, V. Kinne, Alexander Mclntire, John 
M. Charlton, Allen Day, Samuel A. Edson, Marshall D. 
Cobleigh, Philip H. Paddleford, Eli D. Sawyer, James J. 
Barrett, Edward D. Rand, Nathaniel Bishop, Wesley Alex- 
ander. 

LYMAN. Justice, Quorum — Lebbeus Hastings. 
Justices— Moses Walker, Samuel Hoskins, E. C. Stevens, 
Charles Parker, Harrison Porter, Samuel P. Ford. 

LYME. Justices, State— David C. Churchill, Sylvanus 
Hewes. 

Justice, Quorum — David Culver. 

Justices — Asa Shaw, Thomas R. Ames, John W. Andrews, 
"Selah Beal, Adoniram Smalley, David C. Churchill, Jr., 
Thomas Perkins, George Flint, John S. Goodell, Simeon H. 
Whipple, William L. Chase, Francis Porter, Sidney S. 



GRAFTON COUNTY. 11! 

Grant, Calvin P. Fairfield, Amos Bailey, Anson Southard, 
Harris Allen. 

MONROE. Justices, Quorum — Horace Duncan, Jedediah 
Buffura. 

Justices—- Horace Emery, Robert G. Nelson, N. K. Stirling-, 
Albert Mason, Philip P. Mason, Larkin Hastings, Benj. M. 
Clark. 

ORANGE. Justice, State — Samuel Andrews. 
Justices — Aaron Barney, Zenas Whittier, John French, 
Gilbert S. Hadley, Ralph C. Dunbar. 

ORFORD. Justice, State— Daniel P. Wheeler. 

Justices, Quorum — John Rogers, Theodore Dame. 

Justices— Stedm&n Wiilard, Joel Richardson, Austin Pal- 
mer, James M. ^earned, Ephraim B. Strong, John Davis, 
John J. Cushman. 

PIERMONT. Justice, Quorum— Aaron P. Gould. 

Justices — Isaiah E. Emerson, Thomas M. Stevens, Zeeb 
Gilman, Lewis E. Risley, Abel Crook, Reuben M. Kent, Cy- 
rus F. Smith, Nathaniel P. Hannaford. 

PLYMOUTH. Justices, State— John Keniston, Thomas 
Clark, John Rogers, Joseph Burrows. 

Justices, Quorum— -Joseph Fifield, James McQuesten. 

Justices — Timothy Eastman, Anson Merrill, William Lev- 
erett, William W. Russell, Seth Doton, Cyrus Keniston, Ste- 
phen York, Arthur Ward, D. R. Burnham, Samuel N. Rowe, 
Gilmore Houston, Alvah McQuesten, D. H. Currier, Charles 
J. F. Stone, Joseph Clark, Jr., Hiram W. Gove, Joseph C. 
Fifield, Henry W. Blair. 

RUMNEY. Justices, State— Josiah Quincy, Samuel Her- 
bert. 

Justices, Quorum — H. B. Simpson, John L. Dearborn. 

Justices— Abram Ward, Joshua H. Hall, Addison Kelley, 
Daniel L. Simpson, John Wentworth, Daniel Darling, 
Adams M. Holden. 

THORNTON. Justices, Quorum— F. H. Drew, J. Horner, 

Justices— Charles F. Bowen, Herod Fifield, E. P. Elkins, 
Moses Foss, Osgood Page, Joseph W. Morrison, Milton 
Foss, Win. A. Smith, Jeremiah Gilman, Nathan H. Weeks, 
Frank W. Avery, Calvin F. Bailey, 



112 COUNTY OFFICERS. 

WARREN. Justices, Quorum — Joseph Chamberlain, Jr., 
Samuel L. Merrill, David C. French, Enoch R. Weeks, Geo. 
Libbey. 

Justices — Jesse Little, Isaac Merrill, William Pomroy, 
James Harriman, Henry W. Weeks, Ira M. Weeks, John M. 
Whiten, Ezra A. Libbey. 

WATERVILLE. Justices— William Snow, Samuel Do- 
loff. 

WENTWORTH. Justice, State— J. Everett Sargent. 

Justice, Quorum — Henry Johnson. 

Justices— J. F. A. Peabody, James Atwell, Newell Stanyan, 
Peter L. Hoyt, George S. Dean, John Currier, Jonathan P. 
Burnham, M. H. H. Breck, Jeremiah Blodgett, Cyrus John- 
son, Elijah Rollins, Walcott Dana, Joshua S. Blaisdell, 
Thomas J. Smith, Albert G. Stevens, Milo E. Haines, Charles 
H. Bartlett. 

WOODSTOCK. Justice, State— Joshua Chapman. 

Justice, Quorum — Jacob B. Demeritt. 

Justices — Benjamin Fox, Richard S. Danforth, Edward 
Smith. 

Sheriff— John H. Thompson, Holderness. 

Deputy Sheriffs — Bath, George Morrison, Willarcl Weeks ; 
Bristol, James T. Sanborn ; Canaan, William W. George ; 
Enfield, Simeon Garland ; Campton, Calvin Clark ; Hanover, 
Lorenzo D. Gove; Littleton, M. D. Cobleigh, Cyrus Willis; 
Plymouth, Gilmore Houston ; Wentworth, Milo E. Haines ; 
Haverhill, Asa Martin ; Danbury, William P. Stone ; Hill, 
Joseph P. Ladd ; Lebanon', Watson K. Eldridge. 

Deputy Sheriffs in other Counties, deputized to serve in this 
County. — Andover, (Merrimack Co.) Aaron Waitt; Frank- 
lin, Jonathan P. Sanborn; Newport, (Sullivan Co.) Fred- 
erick Claggett ; Claremont, W. Dodge; Meredith, (Belknap 
Co.,) Hanson Beede; Lancaster, (Coos Co.) Enoch L. Colby . 

Jailer — Asa Martin, Haverhill. 

Coroners. — Bath, Warren Bass ; Holderness, Samuel S. Ba- 
ker ; Haverhill, John McClary ; Plymouth, John Rogers ; 
Holderness, James G. Ticknor ; Canaan, Stephen Morse. 



113 



COUNTY OF COOS, 

Was incorporated December 24, 1803. Number of towns, 25. 
Shire Town, Lancaster. Population, 1850, 10,503. 

County Treasurer—Morris Clark, Whitefield ; salary, $1C0. 
Register of Deeds— Ira S. M. Gove, Lancaster. 
County Sealer — Anderson J. Marshall, Lancaster. 
County Commissioners — Daniel Green, Berlin ; Hazen Be- 
del, Colebrook ; Moses H. Rix, Dalton. 



BERLIN. Justices, Quorum— -Fletcher I. Bean, Abner 
Davis. 
Justices — Daniel Green, Merrill C. Forrest, E. C. Babb. 

CARROLL. Justices — Ebenezer Glines, Josiah Moodey, 
Amos C. Colby. 

CLARKSYILLE. Justice, Quorum— Gideon Tirrell. 

Justices — Stephen G. Fuller, John Keysar. 

COLEBROOK. Justice, State— 11. Bedel. 

Justices, Quorum— Jonas Rolfe, Hezekiah Parsons, Albert 
Barker. 

Justices — Benjamin Whittemore, Alfred Lovering, Daniel 
C. Bumford, Benjamin R. Gilman, Hosea Aldrich, Abiel C. 
Kidder, Archelaus Cummings, James A. Pitkins, Ira A. 
Ramsey, Erasmus D. Hutchinson, John Whittemore, Wm. 
g. Ladd. 

COLUMBIA. Justice, Quorum — Enoch Rogers. 

Justices— -David Legro, John R. Annis, Lewis Snow, John 
Mathes, M. B. Richardson, Samuel M. Harvey, Jonathan 
Gilman, Eben E. Noyes, R. Darling, Hiram H. Kenney, 
John F. Locke, Horace M. Hobart, Enoch George Rogers. 

DALTON. Justices, Quorum — Asa Taylor, Oliver P. 
Brooks, Moses H. Rix, Oliver M. Brooks. 

Justices— William B. Crane, Hiram Ladd, John Bond, 
George B. Brown, John Blakeslee, Jr. 

DUMMER. Justice, Quorum — William Lovejoy. 
Justices — William A. Willis, Ransom Twitchell, Amos K. 
Cross, Isaac C. Wight. 

ERROL. Justice, Quorum — Elliott Harper. 



114 COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Justices — D. H. Thurston, W. W. Bragg, Moses Thurston, 
Seth L. Davis, James F. Bragg. 

GORHAM. Justices, Quorum— R. F. Wardwell, E. Par- 
sons. 

Justices— John. T. Peabody, John D. Burbank, Samuel 
Heath, Brooks C. Flanders, John Burbank, James Gordon, 
Stephen R. Raynes. 

JEFFERSON. Justice, State— B. H. Plaisted. 

Justices — Nicholas Tuttle, Joseph T. Pinkham, Benjamin 
Keniston, Charles Hight, Jared H. Plaisted, Charles L. 
Plaisted, David B. Allison, John Goodell, Nathan R. Per- 
kins, Nathaniel Moulton. 

LANCASTER. Justices, State— Jared W. Williams, John 
H. White, William Burns, James W. Weeks, Jacob Benton, 
Albro L. Robinson, Edmund Brown, George C. Williams, 
Benj. F. Whidden. 

Justices, Quorum — Ephraim Cross, Hiram A. Fletcher, 
Harvey Adams, John M. Whipple, Henry O. Kent, Ira S. 
M. Gove. 

Justices — James Marden, William Holkins, Saunders W. 
Cooper, Benjamin F. Whidden, Barton G. Towne, Seth 
Savage, John W. Barney, Roswell W. Chesman, Charles B. 
Allen, Daniel C Pinkham, William R. Stockwell, Hiram 
Savage, William S. Clark, Horace Whitcomb, James S. 
Brackett, Joseph M. Chamberlain, William Haywood, Jared 
I. Williams, Zebulon Black, Joseph B. Moore, Amos Balch, 
Jacob E. Stickney, James D. Folsom, Ossian Ray, Samuel 

F. Spaulding, William R. Joyslin, Seth Adams, John G. 
Derby, Charles Ellis, D.Eastman, Reuben L. Adams, Barton 

G. Towne, Benj. F. Hunking, Joseph B. Moore, John G. 
Lewis, Hosea Gray, David A. Burnside, Charles Ellis, Sam- 
uel Worthley. 

MILAN. Justices, Quorum — James M. Phipps, George T. 
Roberts, S. Cole, O. M. Twitchell. 

Justices — Nathan S. Newell, Samuel F. Mathes, Hiram T. 
Ellingwood, Peter A. G. W. Phipps, Samuel B. Coffin, 
Lewis Hutchinson, Alvinsa A. Higgins, Welcome A. Crafts. 

NORTHUMBERLAND. Justices, State— Charles Bel- 
lows, Joel W. Forbes. 

Justices, Quorum — James B. Brown, William H. Poole, 
Hiram Lucas. 



COOS COUNTY. 115 

Justices — William Mclntire, Edward F. Buckman, Josiah 
Morse, Leonard Johnson, Alpheus Hutchins, John Wilson, 

PITTSBURG. Justice, Qmw-uwi— Moody B. Quimby. 

Justices'-- Burleigh Blood, Elias L. Farnum, Otis Parker, 
Robert Tirrell. 

RANDOLPH. Justice, Quorum — Justus Low. 

Justices — John C. Leighton, J. C. Scates, Obadiah Mann, 
Clovis Lowe, Anson Stillings. 

STARK. Justice, State — Harwood Pike. 

Justice, Quorum — Aaron Potter, Aaron J. Smith. 

Justices — Abiathar Pike, John Massure, Solomon Cole, 
Moses Jackson, Levi Rowell, George S. Blake, Luke Cole. 

STRATFORD. Justices, State— J. Marshall, Nahum D. 
Day. 

Justice, Quorum — William R. Danforth. 

Justices — Benjamin B. Ockington, Hiram Clough, Thomas 
Connary, Charles Mahurin, Albe Holmes, William K. Rich- 
ey, Smith Folsom, Charles D. Johnson, Lucius Hartshorn. 

SHELBURNE. Justice, State— Barker Burbank. 

Justices, Quorum — Robert Ingalls, Oliver B. Howe, Thomas 
J. Hubbard. 

Justices — Fletcher Odell, Darius Green, Dearborn L. Aus- 
tin, Jotham F. Evans, Martin L. Burbank. 

STEWARTSTOWN. Justice, State— William M. Smith. 

Justices, Quorum — John Flanders, A. W. Drew, Normand 
Smith, Daniel Rogers. 

Justices — Joseph Y. Tebbetts, Seth Tirrell, Isaiah H. Pick- 
ard, Horace J. Hall, William B. Fletcher, Adams M. Tewks- 
bury, Charles P. Gaffield, Davis Graham, Ira Quimby. 

WHITEFIELD. Justices, State— Simeon Warner, James 
M. Hartwell, Aurin M. Chase. 

Justices, Quorum — Joseph Colby, Ebenezer Carlton. 

Justices — Morris Clark, Ralph Fiske, Benjamin Brooks, 
Jr., Kimball Cole, Moses H. Gordon, Damon Judd, William 
F. Dodge, Williarn B. Hutchins, Thomas Rogers, Caleb 
Walker, Charles Libbey, John Q. A. Sartwell. 

LOCATIONS, &c. 
CRAWFORD'S GRANT. Justice— Joseph L. Gibb. 
WENTWORTH'S LOCATION. Justice— Z. F. Durkee. 



116 MILITARY. 

Sheriff.— Enoch L. Colby, Lancaster. 

Deputy Sheriffs. — Lancaster, Seth Adams, William Cargill ; 
Colebrook, Archelaus Cummings ; Northumberland, Leonard 
Johnson ; Stratford, Lucius B. Hartshorn ; Columbia, E. G. 
Rogers. 

Jailer — George W. Ingerson, Lancaster. 

Coroners— Lancaster, Anderson J. Marshall ; Stewartstown, 
Amos W. Dow ; Shelburne, Martin L. Burbank. 

MILITARY DEPARTMENT. 

COMMANDER-IN-CHIEF, 

His Excellency ICHABOD GOODWIN, Portsmouth. 

Aids-de-Camp , {with the rank of Colonel) — Clement March, Ports- 
mouth; Albert L. Jones, Portsmouth; Bradbury P. Cilley, Man- 
chester; Joseph W. Robinson, Concord; Abiel Rolfe, Concord, 
(Fisherville;) Henry W. Rowell, Littleton. 

Adjutant and Quarter-Master General — Joseph C. Abbott, 
Manchester, (having the rank of Brigadier General.) 

Commissary General — Thomas J. Whittem, Exeter; (chosen" an- 
nually by the Legislature.) 

The State is divided into three divisions and six brigades. 

According to the returns made to the Adjutant General, in 1859, 
the whole number of enrolled militia in the State of New-Hamp- 
shire is 32,595. 



117 



ECCLESIASTICAL. 



A Table, showing the names of Clergymen, of different denom- 
inations, who are settled over or have charge of societies in the 
different towns in New-Hampshire. 

Where the same name occurs in two towns, it may be understood 
the minister officiates in both places. 

Abbreviations used to designate the different Denominations. — C> 
T., Congregational Trinitarian; Ut., Unitarian; Pr., Presbyterian; 
E., Episcopalian; C* B., Calvinist Baptist- F. B., Freewill Baptist; 
Ch., Christians; M., Methodist; Uv., Universalist ; R. C, Roman 
Catholic; Swed., Swedenborgians ; S. A., Second Advents; Chr. 
G., Church of God. Those printed in italics are ordained minis- 
ters, but without charge of any particular church. 

Note. — In order to facilitate and insure more correctness of the 
name and location of ministers in the State of New-Hampshire for 
the Register, the compiler would earnestly request a clergyman of 
each town or city, or one of each denomination, to give a list of the 
names, and hand to the care of their Representative to the Legisla- 
ture, in June, annually, directed to the compiler at Concord. 



MINISTERS IN NI 


2W-HAMPSHIRE. 




Acworth. 




Andover. 




Ira Carter, 


M. 


B. Dearborn, 


M. 


Amos Foster, 


C. T. 


J. B. Libbey, 


Ch, 


Artemas Field, 


C. T. 


S. W. Whitney. 


Ch. 


David Gage, 


C. B. 


Stephen W. Wmans, 


Ch. 


Albany. 




Antrim. 




Theophilus Brown, 


F. B. 


John H. Bates, 


Pr, 


E. C. Willey, 


F. B. 


W. F. Whipple, 


M 


Alexandria. 




Willard Kimball, 


C.B. 


Fish, 


F. B. 


Atkinson. 




J. G. Shrive, 

Alstead. 


M. 


Jesse Page, 


C.T 


Bezaleel Smith, 


C.T. 


Auburn. 




B". G. Goodhue, 


C. T. 


James Holmes, 


C.T 


Edwin Davis, 


Uv. 


—-to be supplied. 


M 


Alton. 




Barnstead, 




B. H. McMurphy, 


F.B. 


Enos George, 
Jeremiah Blake, 


C.T, 


Seth Sawyer, 


F. B. 


C.T. 


Josiah Glines, 


F.B. 


David Garland, 


F.B. 


R. R. Preston, 


F.B. 


J. H. Nutter, 


Ch. 


Amherst. 




Barrington. 




J. Gardner Davis, 


C.T. 


T. Wells, 


C.T. 


Seneca White, 
William Clark, 


C. T. 


S. Sherburne, 


F.B. 


C. T. 


R. B. Stacy, 


Ch. 



118 



ECCLESIASTIC/L. 



Bartlett. 




Job C. Tyler, 


F. B, 


S. Keniston, 


F. B. 


Joshua B". Holman, 


M. 


Bradford. 




Candia. 




Hiram Holmes, 


F. B. 


E. N. Hidden, 


C. T. 


S. G.Abbott, 


C.B. 


Lorenzo Draper, 


M, 


Bath, 




Canterbury. 




W. Page, 
John English, 


C T. 


Howard Moody, 
J. M. Harper, 


C.T. 

F. B. 


Bedford. 




Jeremiah Clough, 


F. B. 


Thomas Savage, 


Pr. 


John Harriman, 


Ch. 


Bennington. 




Carroll. 




Wm. Claggett, 


C. T. 


Wm. Baker, 


C.B. 


Benton. 




Center-Harbor. 




John English, 


M. 


A. Benson, 


C.T. 


Bethlehem. 




Charlestown. 




• Johnson, 


C. T. 


Joseph Garland 


C. T. 


Nathaniel Bowles, 


F. B. 


Jaazaniah Crosby, d. d., 


Ut. 


Perkins. 


F. B. 


A. Ayer, 


ut. 


Lewis P. Cushman, 


M. 


R. Edmund Danforth, 


M. 


Brentwood. 




Chatham. 




Hugh McLeod, 


C. T. 


Eliphalet Weeks, 


M. 


Wm. H. Jones, 


C. B. 


Chester. 




Bridgewater. 




IT. 0. Howland, 


C.T. 


D. Batchelder, 


F. B. 


Henry Nutter, 


■ M. 


Bristol. 




Chesterfield. 




Spaulcling, 


C. T. 


Jeffers Hall, 


C T. 


David Calley, 


F.B. 


Nelson Green, 


M. 


Newell Culver, 


M. 






Brodkfield. 




Chichester. 




C. Parris, 


F. B. 


Joshua S. Gay, 
Wm. Swain, 


C.T. 
F. B. 


BrooJcline, 




J. Fawcett, 


M. 


T. P. Sawin, 


C. T. 


0. Hinds, 


M. 


Henry B. Copp, 


M. 


Claremont. 




Bow, 




Robert F. Lawrence, 


C.T. 


P. Damon, 


C.B. 


C. Chase, d. d. Bishop, 


E. 


Boscawen. 




Henry S. Smith, 
Oliver Ayer, 
Orlando H. Jasper, 


E. 
C.B. 


Edward Buxton, 


C. T. 


M. 


Ryder, 

A. Smith, 


M. 
C.T. 


ColebrooTc. 




J. S. Thomas, 


M. 


. . 


C. T. 


Campton. 




Columbia. 




J. B. Hadley, 


C. T. 


Seth Ross, Jr., 


Ch. 


H. D. Hodge, 


C.B. 


Damon Judd, 


M. 


Canaan. 




Conway. 




Moses Gerould, 


C T. 


Reuben Kimball, 


C.T- 



ECCLESIASTICAL. 



119 



Concord. 




Deering. 




Nath'l Bouton, d. d., 


C.T. 


H. Kendall, 


M. 


Henry E. Parker, 


C. T. 


Derry . 




Ephraim 0. Jameson, 
H. A. Kendall^ 
Asa P. Tenney, 


C.T. 
C.T. 
C.T. 


E. G. Parsons, 
John W. Adams, 
C. Dustin, 


C. T. 

M. 
M. 


A. W. Fiske, 
Silas Farrington, 


C T. 

Ut. 


Elbridge G. Perham, 


M. 


James H. Eames, 


E. 


Dorchester. 




Francis Chase , 


E. 


G. W. Jessamine, 


F.B 


Henry A. Coit, 

Charles W. Flanders, d. d 


E. 






,C, B. 


Dover. 




E. E. Cummings, d. d., 
J. Storer, (Fisherville) 


C. B. 


E. H. Richardson, 


C. T. 


C. B. 


B. F. Parsons, 


C.T 


H. Tonkin, 


C. B. 


Edwin M. Wheelock, 


Ut 


A. Brown, 


C. B. 


J. M. Buckley, 


M. 


Or en Tracy, 


C. B. 


James Ashton, 


M. 


J. P. Nutting, 


F. B. 


Thomas G. Salter, 


E 


J. H. Moore, 


Uv. 


J. M. Durgin, 


F.B 


B. P. Stone, i>. d., 


C.T. 


E. Hutchins, 


F.B 


Samuel Utley, 

James Pike, {Fisherville) 


C.T. 


Patrick Canovan, 


R. C 


M. 


William B. Clapp, 


C.B 


Elisha Adams, 


M. 


E. M. Hicks, 


Uv 


Osmond C. Baker, D. D., Bp., M. 
S. M. Vail, d.d., M. 


Dublin. 




David Patten, d. d., 


M. 


William F. Bridge, 


Ut 


John W. Merrill, d. d., 


M. 


Thomas L. Fowler, 


M. 


Sam'l Cooke, Ch. S.Prison 


, C.B. 


W. G. Tuttle^ Harrisville, 
William W. JLovejoy, 


C.T 


Jacob Sanborn, 


M. 


C.B, 


Cornish. 




Lyman Culver, 


C.B 


A. Spalding, 
Randolph, 


C.T. 


Dummer. 




E. 


E. Griffin, 


F.B. 


D. P. Deming, 


C.B. 


Dunbarton. 




Croydon. 


C.T. 
M. 


John M. Putnam, 


C.T, 


Samuel F. Whidden, 


Durham. 




R. Stinson, 


Uv. 


Alvan Tobey, 


C.T 


Dalton. 




East-Kingston. 




— 




J. M. Sanborn, 


M 


Banbury. 




Eaton. 




D. Goodhue, 


C.T. 


King Atkinson, 
J. Fletcher, 


F.B 


S. H. Amsden, 


C.B. 


F.B 


Danville. 








Moses Cole, 


F.B. 


Effingham. 




Elisha H. Legro, 


M. 


3CST- Foss, 
Nichols, 


F. B 
F.B 


Deerfield. 




Enos G. Page, 


M 





C.T. 


John E. Burbank, 


F. B 


U. W. Condit, 


C.T. 


— - White, 


C.B 


Barnaby, 

Ezra Turtle, 


C.B. 
F.B. 


Ellsworth. 




James Adams, 


M. 


John L. Brown, 


F.B 



120 



ECCLESIASTICAL. 



Enfield. 




R. M. Sargent, 


C.T. 


Isaac Rogers, 
Wni. II. Jones, 


C. T. 


Thomas Keniston, 


F. B. 


M. 


Ezra Ham, 


F. B. 


G. C Thomas, 


M. 


Gilsum. 




Epping. 




E. Adams, 


C.T. 


J. H. Stearns, 


C. T. 


A. J. Howard, 
Samuel S. Dudley, 


Ch. 


F. T. George, 


M. 


M. 


N. Goldsmith, 


Uv. 






Epsom, 
H. Webber, 
C. Willey, 

Exeter. 


F. B. 
C. T. 


Goffstown. 
J. W. Ray, 

Isaac Willey, Bib. Agt.> 
Gosport. 


C.T. 
C.T. 


O. T. Lamphear, 
J. J. Peck, 


C.T. 
C. B. 


George Beebe, 

Goshen. 


Ch 


Jonathan Cole, 


Ut. 


Henry Richardson, 


C.T 


Levi W. Leonard. D. D., 


Ut. 


S. M. Powers, 


C. B. 


John W. Tilton, 
./. Gumming s, 

S. S. Fletcher, 


Ch. 

C. T. 

Uv. 


Grafton. 
John Burden, 


Ch. 


Charles Dame, 


C. T. 


Grantham. 




Farming ton. 




Lorin H. G ordon, 


M 


D. D. Tappan, 


C. T. 


Greenfield. 




D. Wedgwood, 
Daniel P. Cilley, 
C. Tibbets, 


F. B. 

F. B. 

M. 


John LeBosquet, 

Greenland. 


C.T 


a Fitzwilliam. 
John Woods, 


C.T. 


E. Robie, 

Joseph W. Guernsey, 

J. F. Adams. 


C.T. 
M 


Nelson B. Jones, 


C. B. 


Gfroton. 




Francestown. 








Charles Cutler, 


C. T. 


L. Conant, 
S. G. Kennie, 


C.T 
C.B 


Franconia. 




Hampstead. 




Otis F. Willis, 


F. B. 


— - Pratt, 


C.T. 


Franklin. 




Greenleaf P. Warner, 


M 


William T. Savage, 
A. H. Martin, 


C.T. 
Ch. 


Hampton. 




Freedom. 




John Colby, 

Durgin, 

Nathaniel S. Chase, 


C.T 
F. B 


King Atkinson, 


F. B. 


M 


Hannibal Sawtel, 


C. B. 






Fremont. 




Hampton-Falls. 










C. T. 


John Marsh, 
Samuel L. Eastman, 


F. B. 

M. 


A. M. Bridge, 


Ut. 


Gilford. 




Hancock. 




J. A. Knowles, 


F. B. 


Asahel Bigelow, 


C.T. 


Ezekiel True, 


F. B. 


Hanover. 




A. D. Smith, 


F. B. 


John Adams, 


C.T. 


Gilmanton. 




Nathan Lord, d. d., 


C.T. 


J. Ordway, 


C.T. 


JRoswell Shurtleff, d. d., 


C.T. 



ECCLESIASTICAL. 



121 



~)avid Kimball, 


C. T. 


y amuel G. Brown, d. d. 


C.T. 


Element Long, d. d., 


C.T. 


ohn N. Putnam, A. M., 


C. T. 


). F. Richardson, A. M., 


C. B. 


tenry Wood, 

«. Bourns, ll. d. 5 


C. T. 


E. 


onathan S. Hernck, 


C. B. 


Haverhill. 




ohn D, Emerson, 


C. T. 


rohn Davis, 
Charles V. Dunning, 


F, B. 


M. 


iimericus K. Howard, 


M. 


Hebron, 




j. Conant, 


C.T. 


Henniker. 




r. M. R, Eaton, 


C. T. 


J, W. T. Rogers, 


M. 


Hill. 




* Phillips, 


Ch. 


Hillsborough. 




iarry Brickett, 


C.T. 


Hinsdale. 




loses H, Wells, 


C. T. 


. G. Bennett, 


C. B. 


iezekiah A, Matteson, 


M. 


Holderness. 




Toshua R. Peirce, 


E. 


Hollis. 




P. B. Day, 
Greorge B. Bills, 


C T. 


C. B. 


Leonard Jewett, 


C.T. 


Noali Emerson, 


C.T. 


Hooksett. 




3. H. Caswell, 


C.T. 


Hopkinton. 




Marshall B. Angier, 
Nicholas Fred. Ludlum, 


C.T. 


E. 


0. H. Sanborn, 


M. 


I H. Witham, 


F. B. 


I D. Sleeper, 


Ch. 


I E. Baker, 


Ch. 


onathan E. Brown, 


C. B. 


Jreorge H. Marston, 


Swed. 


Hudson. 




). L. French, 


C.T 


r. Putnam, 


C. B 



John W. Johnson, 



E. K. Bailey, C B. 
Ezekiel W. Coffin, Uv. 

F. D. Austin, C. T. 
I. S. Batchelder, C. T. 

Jackson. 

Jonathan Gale, M. 

John K. Hall, F. B. 

Jefferson. 

Charles Perkins, C. B. 

John Morse, F. B. 

Keene. 

John A. Hamilton, C. T. 

Z. S. Barstow, d. d., C. T. 

William O. White, Ut. 

Leonard Tracy, C. B. 

Roberts. Stubbs, M. 

E. A. Renouf, ^ E. 
Kensington** 

G. W. Campbell, C T. 
J. C. Blodgett, Ch. 

Kingston. 

J. H. Mellish, C T. 

N. C. Fletcher, Uv 

Josiah Hooper, M. 

Laconia. 

John K. Young, d. d., C- T. 

Lancaster. 

Prescott Fay, C.T. 

Elijah R. Wilkins ; M. 

George B. Channing, Ut. 

Landaff. 

George W. Cogswell, F. B. 

Irad Taggart, M. 

Lebanon. 

C. A. Downs, C. T. 

R. Case, C. T. 

Linville J. Hall, M. 

G. W. Bailey, Uv. 

Lee. 

Israel Chesley, Ch. 

Mason Moore, C. T. 

Lempster. 

R. W. Fuller, C T. 

E. A. Smith, M. 



122 



ECCLESIASTICAL. 



N. R. Wright, 

Lisbon. 
Isaiah H. Shipman, 
Benjamin S. Manson, 
George N. Bryant, 

Litchfield. 
Ebenezer Newhall, 

Littleton. 
Lewis P. Cushman, 

Londonderry. 
Ashley C. Dutton, 
Joshua L. Whittemore, 
William House, 

Loudon. 
Enoch Corser, 
E. G. Knowles, 
Silas Green, 

Lyman. 
Orick W. Watkins, 
William Berkley, 
Charles Cowen, 

Lyme. 
Erdix Tenhey, 
Appleton Belknap, 

Lyndeborough. 
E. B. Claggett, 

Manchester. 
C W. Wallace, 
Lyman Marshall, 
W. H. Fenn, 
Sylvan S. Hunting, 
Isaac G. Hubbard, 
Jesse M. Coburn, 
George Pierce, 
King S. Hall, 
J. M. Bailey, 
Amos B. Russell, 
Charles Young, 
Henry Hill, 
James M. Young. 
B, M. Tillotson, 

Madbury. 
Samuel Hoyt, 

Marlborough. 
Giles Lyman, 
S. Laws, 



Uv. 



Chr. G. 

F. B. 

M. 



Pr. 



M. 

C.B. 

Pr. 

C. T. 
F. B. 



C.T. 
CB. 

C.T. 

C.T. 
C.T. 
C.T. 

Ut. 

E. 
C.B. 
C. B. 
C.B. 
F. B. 

M. 

M. 

M. 

M. 
Uv. 

M. 



CT. 
Uv. 



Marlow. 




Gloff H. Call, 
J. F. Whitney, 
David Gage, 


M 

Ch 

C.B 


Mason. 




Daniel Goodwin, 
— - Nason, 
G. W. Cutting, 


C.T 

Ch 

C.B 


Meredith. 




Charles Burnham, 
Stephen J. Pitman, 
Oliver Butler. 


C.T 
F. B 
F. B 


Merrimack. 




Daniel Sawyer, 
Edwin J. Hart, 


C.T 
C.T 


Middleton. 


F. B, 


Milan. 




— to be supplied. 


M 


Milford. 




S.C.Kendall, 
H. Moore, d. d., 


C.T 
C.T 


Milton. 




James Doldt, 
J. T. G. Colby, 


C.T 

Ch 


Mont- Vernon. 




Charles E. Lord, 


C.T 


Monroe. 




Orick W. Watkins, 


M 


Moultonborough . 




J. M. Hodsdon, 
H. Chandler, 


Ch 
M 


Nashua. 




Austin Richards, 
C. J. Hill, 
E. H. Greeley, 
John W. Shepard, 
Sullivan Holman, 
William H. Eaton, 
C. R. Harding. 
Martin W. Willis, 
Wm. Stevens Perry, 
J. 0. Donnell, 


C.T 
C.T. 
C.T 
C.T. 

M. 
C.B. 

M. 

Ut. 

E. 
R. C 


Nelson. 




A. H. Cutter, 


CT. 



ECCLESIASTICAL. 



123 



New-Boston. 




Northumberland. 




E. C. Cogswell, 


Pr. 


L. W. Prescott, 


M. 


John Atwood, 


C B. 


Lewis H. Massure, 


M. 


Newbury. 




Northwood. 




Neto- Castle. 




Henry C. Fay, 


C.T. 


h. Alden, 


C. T. 


George W. Ashby, 


C. B. 


New-Durham, 




— — Richardson, 


F. B. 


Nathaniel Berry, 


F. B. 


Nottingham. 




David L. Edgerly, 


F. B. 


Jacob Hood, 


C.T. 


Joseph Boodey, 


F. B. 


Alexander Tuttle, 


F. B. 






John C. Holmes, 


F. B. 


Newington. 
Amos G» Bartlett, 


C. T. 


Orange. 








'"■■• ■ - 


F. B. 


New-Hampton. 




Orford. 




I. D. Stewart, 


F. B. 


Luther Whittemore, 


C.T. 


T. Perkins, 


F. B. 


W. A. Smith, 


C.T. 


John Fullonton, 
E. Fiske, 


F. B. 
F. B. 


Enos Merrill, 


C.T 


J. J. Butler, 


F. B. 


Ossipee. 




New-Ipswich. 




Horace Wood, 
John Chick, 


C.T. 
F. B. 


Samuel Lee. 
Edwin Dibell, 


C. T. 


True Hill, 


F. B. 


C. B. 


John Walker, 


F. B. 


A. P. Hatch, 


M. 


Pembroke. 




New-London. 




Lewis Goodrich, 


C.T. 


Lucien Hay den, 


C. B. 


Cadford M. Dinsmore, 


M. 


George W. Gardner, 
Asa Rundlett, 


C. B. 






F. B. 


Pelham. 




Newmarket. 




Wm. T. Herrick, 


C.T. 


Samuel Beede, 


M. 


Peterborough. 




E. Chapin, 
A. J. Davis, 


C.T. 
F. B. 


George S. Barnes, 

Piermont. 


M. 


Newport. 
Henry Cummings, 
John Currier, 


C.T. 
M. 


Increase S. Davis, 
Nelson Martin, 


C.T. 
M. 


— Wolcott, 


Uv. 


Pittsfield. 




Newton. 




H. Quimby, 


F. B. 






J. A. Hood, 


C.T. 


N. Day, 

Fimothy Eastman, 


Ch. 
CB. 


Chase, 

James Morrill, 


C. B. 

S. A. 


Northfield. 




Joseph Harvey, 


S. A. 


Newell Culver, 


M. 


Plainfield. 




Lewis Howard, 


M. 


S. W. Miles, 


C. B. 


Calvin S. Harrington, Pr. 




Amos Blanchard, 


C.T. 


of the Female College 


, M. 


Jacob Scales, 


C.T. 


North-Hamp ton . 




Plaistow. 




Tohn Dinsmore, 


C.T. 


Homer Barrows, 


C.T. 



124 



ECCLESIASTICAL. 



Plymouth, 




Moses B. Sanborn, 


William R. Jewett, 


CT 


Sinclair, 


Charles H. Chase, 


M 


Daniel J. Smith, 


J. G. Smith, 


M 


Shelbume. 


Portsmouth. 




D. Burt, 


A. P.Peabody, d. d., 


Ut 


Sanbornton. 


Charles Burroughs, i). D., 
W. Lamson, d. d., 


E 
C B 


James Bout well, 
A.. JBodwell, 


A. J. Patterson, 
Wm. A. Hitchcock, 
Theodore B. Barton, 


Uv 
E 
E 


Corban Curtice, 
Jeremiah D. Tilton, 
S. Nutt, 
A. Sargent, 
Ezekiel Adams, 


Jonathan Hall, 


M 


Dudley P. Leavitt. 


M 


N. Medbury, 
Thomas Holmes, 


CB 

Ch 


Lorenzo D. Barrows, 
James B. Faulks 


— '— Parker, 


FB 


William D. Cass, 


Raymond. 




Nathaniel Ladd, 


Joseph Fullonton, 


FB 


Sandown. 


Ls L. Eastman, 


M 


W. French, 


Richmond. 




Sandwich. 


James Searl, 


CB 


Royal Parkinson, 


Rindge. 




Josiah P. Stinchfield, 


A. W. Burnham, d. d., 


CT 


Rufus Tilton, 


Martin L. Bentley, 


M 


Seabrook. 


Roxbury. 




Charles R. Homan, 


T. W. Duncan, 


C T 


Payne, 


Rochester. 




Somersworth. 


James M. Palmer, 


C T 


G. M. Anthony, 


Wm. Hewes, 


M 


Sawyer, 


Brewer, 


F B 


Collins, 

Darwin Mott, 


Rumney. 




George W. H. Clarke, 
> Humphrey, 


J. K. Chase, 


C B 


S. W. Squire, 
Truman Carter, 


Uv 
M 


South- Hamp ton . 
Samuel E. Brown, 


Rollinsford. 




South-Newmarket 


D. B. Bradford, 


CT 


Winthrop Fifield, 


— — Lucey, 


BC 


James Thurston, 


Rye. 




Springfield. 


I. Otis, 

N. M. Bailey, 


CT 


"■ ■ ■ 


M 


Stark. 


Salem. 




Clifford Cole, 


John Lawrence, 


CT 


Stewartstown. 


Elihu Scott, 


M 




A. Folsom, 


M 


William S. Morrill, 


Salisbury. 




Daniel Rogers, 
J. B. Hill, 


Foratio Merrill, 


CT 


J. M. Russell, 



FB 



ECCLESIASTICAL. 



125 



Stoddard. 




Moses Folsom, 


FB 


Sheldon, 


M 


Wakefield. 




Strafford. 




Marvin Liffingwell, 


CT 


E. Place, 


FB 


Nathaniel Barker, 


CT 


L. D. Tasker, 


FB 


J. Spinney, 


FB 


John Caverly, 


FB 


Walpole. 
J. M. Stowe, 




John Winkley, 


Ch 


CT 


Stratford. 




P. WalJingford, 


M 


A. W. Boardman, 


FB 


Ireland, 


M 


L. W. Prescott, 


M 


Warner. 




Stratham. 




Daniel Warren, 


CT 


George W. Thompson, 


CT 


Daniel J. Smith, 


M 


N. Piper. 
William Rogers, 

Sullivan. 


Ch 


Warren. 




FB 


Charles H. Smith, 


M 




CT 


Washington. 




Sunapee. . 




J. F. Griswold, 


CT 


John Young, Jr., 
J. C. Emerson, 


Ch 
M 


L. M. Powers, 
A. Heald, 


CB 
CB 


Sutton. 




B. E. Whipple, 


M 


Isaac Peaslee, 


FB 


Weare. 




David Moody, 


FB 


E. H. Smith, 


CB 


Valentine Bunker, 


CB 


N. B. Smith, 


FB 


Swanzey. 




Wentworth. 




John G. Wilson, 


CT 


S. M. Blanchard, 


CT 


Tamworth . 




Thompson Barron, 


Uv 


John H. Merrill, 


CT 


Westmoreland. 




Daniel W. Barber, 


M 


Oscar Bissell, 


CT 


John Runnells, 


FB 


Sullivan H. McCollister, 


Uv 


H. Blaisdell, 


FB 


Whitefield. 




Temple. 




Almon Shephard, 


FB 


George Goodyear, 
Walter Follett, 


CT 
CT 


James M. Hartwell, 
Wm. H. Eastman, 


M 

Ch 


Thornton. 




George H. Pinkham, 


FB 


T. Wyatt, 


FB 


Wilton. 




Tuftonborough. 
S. F. Bean, 


FB 


Ebenezer S. Jordan, 
Stillman Clarke, 


C T 
Ut 


Amos Kidder, 


M 


Wilmot. 




Troy. 




Reuben Dearborn, 


M 


Luther Townsend, 


CT 


Winchester. 




C. D. Fuller, 


CB 


J. P. Humphrey, 


CT 


Unity . 
Richard Newhall, 




Samuel G. Kellogg, 


M 


M 


Oren Perkins, 


Uv 


Upper- Oilmanton. 




Windham. 
Lorin Thayer, 


Pr 


Peter Clark, 


FB 


B. R. Hoyt, 


M 



126 



ECCLESIASTICAL. 



Windsor. 
W. F. Whipple, 

Wolf borough. 
Stephen Merrill, 
John Wood, 
William K. Lucas, 



M 

CT 
CT 

FB 



C. Paris, 
Amos Kidder, 
B. Dickson, 
T. Bartlett, 



Woodstock. 



■ York, 



FB 
M 

Ch 
Ch 



FB 



The Post-Office address of the Presiding Elder of each District 
of the Methodist order in New-Hampshire, is as follows : 

Dover District.— Rev. Calvin Holman, Dover; Concord Dis- 
trict—Rev. Lewis Howaed, Sanbornton Bridge; Claremont Dis- 
trict — Rev. Albert C. Mason, Newport. 

The next Conference in New-Hampshire will be held at Manches- 
ter. 

The next Annual Convention of the Protestant Episcopal Church 
in the Diocese of New-Hampshire will be held in St. Thomas' 
Church, Dover, on the last Wednesday in May, 1860. 

SHAKERS. 

In New-Hampshire there are two Societies — located at Canter- 
bury and Enfield. 

The leading authority devolves upon a succession of Bishops. 
This order is represented by two of each sex, who constitute the 
order of Ministry. 

ORDER OP MINISTRY. 



I Harriet Hastings, 
I Hester A. Adams. 



Abraham Perkins, 
Henry C. Blinn, 

Ministers or Elders. — Canterbury, Nehemiah Trull, Wil- 
liam Libbey; Enfield, Jesse Daneorth, Harvey Annis. 

Trustees.— Canterbury, David Parker, Robert Shepard, 
Henry J. Durgin, Joseph Willoughby; Enfield, C. M. Dyer, 
Daniel Taylor, Jason Kidder, William Wilson, Austin 
Bronson. 



127 



MEDICAL DEPARTMENT- 



The New-Hampshire Medical Society 

Held its Sixty-Ninth Annual meeting at Concord, June, 1859. 

OFFICERS FOR 1859-60. 
President— James B. Abbott, m. r>., Sanbornton. 
Vice President— J osiah C. Eastman, m. d., Hampstead. 
Secretary— William W. Brown, m. d., Manchester. 
Treasurer— Luther M. Knight, m.d., Franklin. 



PHYSICIANS IJV NEW-HAMPSHIRE. 

[In the following list of Physicians in New-Hampshire, the ab- 
breviations in italics, .placed after the names, Pel., designates Fel- 
low of the N- H. Medical Society; Bot., Botanic; Horn., Homoe- 
opathic ; Dent . , Dentist. ] 

Note. — A Physician or Dentist, changing his location or place 
of practice, or a young man who has completed Ms studies and lo- 
cated for business, would confer a favor by sending his card to the 
compiler of this Register. 



Acworth, Lyman Brooks, 

E. T. Atwood. 
Alstead, Winslow B. Porter, 

William M. French. 
Alton, John Morrison, 

Nathaniel Dorman, 

I. W. Lougee, Pel. 
Amherst, M. Spalding, Pel 

F. P. Fitch, Pel. 

G. W. Moore. 

Andover, H. A. Weymouth, PeL 

Asa P. Tenney. 
Antrim, Wm. M. Parsons, 

Pierce, Horn. 

Atkinson, Isaac B. Hbvey. 
Auburn, Nathan Plumer, 

George W. Manter, Pel. 
Bartlett, Loammi B, Dame, 
Barnstead, Mark Walker, Pel. 

James Emerson, Pel. 
Barrington, J. S. Fernald, Pel. 

David McDaniel. 
Bennington, Wm. Waterhouse. 
Bath. William Child. 
Bethlehem, D. P. Putnam. 
Bedford, P. P. Woodbury, Pel., 

Wm. B. Stevens, PeL 



Boscawen, E. K. Webster, Pel., 

Stephen Emery, 

John Goodale, 

N. H. Arey. 
Bradford, Jason H. Ames, 

C. M. Fiske. 
Brentwood, Moses W. Caverly. 
Bristol, Ira S- Chase, Pel., 

H. B. Fowler, Pel., 

J, M. Bishop. 
Brookline, J. C. Shattuck, 
Campton, Jesse A. Sanborn, 
PeL, 

H. D. Dodge. 
Canaan, A. Morgan, 

Ara Wheat. 
Candia, R. H. Page. 
Canterbury, J. M. Harper, 

Peter A. Foster, 

Lorain T, Weeks. 
Center-Harbor, John C. Page. 
Charlestown, H. Saunders, 

Samuel Webber. 
Chester, J. P. Whittemore, PeL, 

J. Dearborn, Bot. 
Chesterfield, John F. Butler, 

David F. Randall. 



128 



MEDICAL. 



Chichester, John Fellows. 
Claremont y Josiah Richards, 

Robert S. Gleason, 

S. G. Jarvis, 

Nathaniel Tolles, 

W. M. Ladd, 

C. A. Volk, 

E. G. Judkins, 
A. Cummings, 
Tirrell, Bot., 

F. T. Kidder, Sur. Dent., 
Silas A. Sabin, Dent., 
Wm. M . Smith, Dent. 

Colbrook, L. Lumbard, 

Augustus Harris, 

Clark C. Norris, 

E. D. Lumbard. 
Columbia, Lewis Snow. 
Concord, Thos.Chadbourne,JF'eJ., 

Ezra Carter, Fel., 

Timothy Haynes, 

C. P. Gage, Fel., 

E. G. Moore, Fel., 
Wm. Prescott, 

A. Morrill, Horn., 
W. H. Hosmer, 
Wm. H. Smart, 

B. S. Warren, Bot., 
James F. Sargent, Fel., 
Albert A. Moulton, Fel., 

F. Gust. Oehme, Horn., 
Charles A. Lockerby, 
Jesse P. Bancroft, Fel., 
S. F. L. Simpson, Fel., 

M. T. Willard, Dent., Fel., 

George Warren Smith, 

Abraham H. Robinson, Fel , 

J. M. Graves, 

Wm. W. Fletcher, Dent., 

J. W. Little, Dent. 

Ezra E. Worthen, Dent.. 

E. G. Cummings, Dent., 

George S. Fife, Dent., 

H. D. White, Dent., (Fisher- 
ville.) 
Conway, Jere Chandler, 

Jonathan R. Thompson, 

William H. Smart, Jr. 
Cornish, Elijah Boardman, 

Lyman Hall, 

Constant Manchester. 
Croydon, D. D. Marsh, 

W. Barton, 

Hiram Dow. 



Dalton, Wm. Gordon. 
Danbury, W. P. Stone, Fel. 
Deerfield, S. Brown, Fel., 

Israel N. Gale, 

Charles Chase, 

William Young. 
Derry, J. H. Crombie, Fel., 

Henry Hayes. 
Dover, Nathaniel Low, 

Noah Martin, Fel., 

Albert G. Fenner, Fel., 

Joseph H. Smith, Fel., 

Paul A. Stackpole, Fel., 

Robert Thompson, 

Alphonso Bickford. 

Levi G. Hill, Fel., 

T. J. W. Pray, Fel., 

A. J. H. Buzzell, 

Jefferson Smith, 

W. L. Thompson, Horn., 

C. Horsch, Horn., 

A. J. Young, Dent. 
Dublin, John G. Parker. 
Durham, Thomas Flanders. 
Effingham, J. Blackmer. 
Enfield, Benj. F. Skinner, Fel., 

T. H. Currie, Fel. 
Epping, N. Batchelder, 

H. B. Burnham, Fel. 
Epsom, L. W. Peabody, Fel. 
Exeter, William Perry, 

David W. Gorham, 

Samuel B. Swett, 

William G. Perry, 

Ezra Bartlett, 

George G. Odiorne, 

W. L. Johnson^ Dent. 
Farmington, D. T. Parker, 

Samuel Pray, Jr., 

A. M. Winn, 

N.C.Parker. 
Fitzwilliam, S. Cummings, Fel., 

James Batcheller, Fel., 

E. P. Pierce. 
Francestown, D. F> Frye, Fel., 

Levi Pierce. 
Franconia, Daniel E. Wells, 

Otis F. Willis. 
Franklin, L. M. Knight, Fel., 

S. B. Kelley. 
Freedom, Calvin Topliff. 
Gilford, Thomas M. Sanborn, 

F. O. Sleeper, 
Charles W.Hunt, 



MEDICAL. 



129 



Gilford, George W. Munsey, 

A. C. Lindsey. 
Gilmanton, Nahum Wight, Fel., 

James S. O. Donnell, 

George Montgomery. 
Gilsum, G. W. Hammond, 

Kimball D. Webster. 
Goffstown, Daniel Little, 

Alonzo F. Carr, Fel., 

John S. Little. 
Gorham, H. F. Wardwell. 
Gosport, George Beebe. 
Goshen, H. G. Mclntire, 

Francis H. Wheeler. 
Grafton, James R. Smiley, Fel. 
Greenfield, John Ramsay, 

J. LeBosquet, 

J. S. Burt. 
Greenland, George Odell, 

G. C. Clough. ' 

Groton, 

Hampstead, J. C. Eastman, Fel. 
Hampton, W. T. Merrill, 

N. Ruggles. 
Hampton-Falls, Charles H. San- 
born. 
Hanover, Dixi Crosby, Fel., 

Thomas P. Hill, Fel., 

J. A. Smith, 

Alpheus B. Crosby, Fel. 
Haverhill, Hiram Morgan, 

P. Spaulding, 

H. B. Leonard, 

H. H. Tenney. 
Henniker, W. W. Wilkins, Fel., 

Israel P. Chase, Born. 
Hebron, John Whitmore. 
Hill, R. Fellows. 
Hillsborough, E. Hatch, 

Thomas Preston, 

Abel C. Burnham, 

Charles L. Hartwell, Fel., 

Joseph B. Parsons. 
Hinsdale, Fred Boyden. 
Holderness, J. A. Dana. 
Hollis, Oliver Scripture, 

H. Willoughby, 

George P. Greeley. 
Hooksett, Horace Gage. 
Hopkinton, Cyril C. Tyler, 

Stephen Currier, 

Alexander Rogers, 

J>. O. Collins, Bot., 

J. Wilson. 
6* 



Hudson, James Emery, 

D. Onslow Smith. 
Jaffrey, Oscar H. Bradley, 

G. A. Phelps^ Fel. 
Jackson, Daniel Dinsmore. 
Jefferson, J. L. Martin, Bot. 
Keene, George B. Twitchell,J?W., 

Daniel Adams, 

A. S. Carpenter, 

T. B. Kittredge, Fel., 

W. B. Chamberlain, Horn., 

J. F. Jennison, Bot., 

William H. Thayer, 

J. J. Johnson, 

F. S. Stratton, Dent., 
Walker. 

Kensington, Jonathan Brown. 
Kingston, Thomas Bassett, 

Levi S. Bartlett, 

George W. Sanborn. 
Laconia, D. S. Prescott, 

Oliver Goss, Fel., 

Robert E. Merrill, 

G. W. Hunt, 

Geo. V. Pickering, Dent., 

John Stevens, Dent. 
Lancaster, Benj. Hunking, 

Jacob E. Stickney, 

J. W. Barney, 

Freedom Dinsmoor, 

James D. Folsom. 
Landaff, J. Brownson, Bot. 
Langdon, Leland J. Graves. 
Lebanon, Benjamin T. Hubbard, 

Benjamin Gallup, 

Caleb Plastridge, 

L. C. Bean, Fel., 

John Clough, Fel., 

A. M. Mowe, Dent,, 

C. O. Towne. 
Lempster, J. N. Butler. 
Lisbon, C. H. Boynton, 

J. F. Thompson, Bot., 

S. F. Brown, Bot., 

Moses Whitcomb. 
Littleton, William Burns, 

Adam Moore, Fel., 

R. Bugbee, 

J. L. Harriman. 
Londonderry, Wm. J. Campbell. 
Loudon, N. Shannon, Fel., 

Isaac S. French, 

William S. Collins. 
Lyman, Samuel Hoskins. 



130 



MEDICAL. 



Lyme, C. B, Hamilton, FeL. 

Abraham O. Dickey, Fel., 

Adoniram Smalley, Fel. 
Lyndeboro', I, Herrick, Horn., 

W. A. Jones, Horn. 
Madison, IX S. Hobbs. 
Manchester, M. G. J.Tewksbury, 

Charles Wells, 

W. D. Buck, FeL, 

Josiah Crosby, FeL T 

J. S. Elliott, 

A. G. Gale, 

Sylvanus Bunton, FeL, 

Ebenezer H. I>avis r Fet n - 

Thomas Wheat, FeL, 

David S. Morse, 

J, A, Tebbetts, 

W. W, Brown, FeL, 

D. B. Nelson, 

H. C, Parker, Jffom. r 

George H, Hubbard, FeL 7 

James P. Walker, 

J. M. Hawks, 

Wm. Neilson, 

T. M. Hanson, BoL, 

C. P. Wood, Surg, Dent., 
A. B. Lord, Dent., Horn., 
John Prescott, Dent. 

Marlborough, Samuel A. Rich- 
ardson, FeL 

Marlow. M. Perkins. 

Mason, fhos. H. Marshall, FeL, 
Edwin Schofield. 

Meredith, John Sanborn, 
Jeremiah Smith, 
Hosea H. Smith, FeL, 
William Blake, Bot., 
John H. Sanborn, FeL, 
George Sanborn. 

Merrimack, H. Eaton, FeL, 
M. Merriam. 

Milan, O. M. Twitchell. 

Milford, S. Smith Stickney, 
S. G. Dearborn, FeL, 
H. Eldridge, 
Wm. Darricott, Dent., 
J. H. Parmlee, Dent. Surg. 

Milton, Stephen Drew, 
John L. Swinerton, 

D. E. Palmer. 
Mont-Vernon, A. A. Gerrish, 

Fel. 
Moultonborough, T. Shannon, 
William H. H. Mason, Fel. 



Nashua, Ebenezer Dearborn f 
Elijah Colburn. 
Edward Spaulaing, FeL ? 

E. B, Hammond, FeL, 
Joshua F. Whittle, 
ST. J. Moore r 
George Gray, 

J. Gv Graves, 
Josiah G. Graves, 2d 7 
Edwin Colburn, 
N. P. Carter, 

F. B. Ayer, 
T. H. Gibby, 
J. B. Greeley, 
George P. Greeley, 
Levi P. Sawyer, 

L. F. Locke, Dent., FeL, 

Albert Lull, Dent., 

George Bowers, DenL 
Nelson, Nehemiah Rand. 
New-Boston, J. Danforth, 
FeL, 

Robert Whipple, 

A. McMellin, 
N. P. Clark. 

New-Hampton, Tristram Rogers f 

Artemas H. Carr, FeL 
New-Ipswich r S. Gibson, 

F. Jones, 
George A. Gage, 
J. M. Breed. 

New-London, S. M. Whipple,, 

FeL 
Newmarket, J. R. Sanborn, 

G. W. Kittredge, 
William Folsom. 
Reuben M. Gray f 

B. M. Towle. 
Newport, John L. Swett, FeL 

Thomas Sanborn, FeL, 

J. A, Gregg. 
Newton, Jonathan G. Gale. 
Northfield, Parsons Whidden. 
North-Hampton, M.-L. Hobbs, 
Northwood, Thomas Tuttle, 

John Hanson, 
Northumberland, Josiah Morse. 
Orford, Willard Hosford, 

D. G. Marston. 
Ossipee, G. A Moulton, 

Alvah Moulton, 

Nathaniel Grant, 

G. W. Tibbetts, 

James C. Bassett, 



131 



i'elham, L. H. Grosvenor, 

Amos Batchelder, 

S. T. Birmingham. 
Pembroke, B. H. Phillips, FeL, 

Frederick Potter. 
Peterborough, W. Follansbee, 

Daniel B. Cutter, 

Albert Smith, FeL, 

P. I). Badger, BoL 
Piermont, Zeeb Oilman, 

Jonathan Knight. 
Pittsfield, R. P. J. Tenney, FeL, 

W. W. Proctor, 

A. Wares, 

John Wheeler. 
Plainfield, J. S. Blanchard, 

C. C. Beckley, 

Elbridge G. Beers. 
Plaistow, Nathaniel K. Kelley. 
Plymouth, Robert Burns, 

Cyrus K. Kelly, FeL, 

J. C. Garland. 
Portsmouth, J. H. Boardman, 

N. W. Oliver, FeL, 

Edward Rundlett, 

Robert O. Tread well, 

William Laighton, FeL, 

A. Perry, Bot., 

B. W. Curtis, 

E. Richter, Horn., 

A. B. Bennett, 
IS. L. Folsom, 

G. G. Brewster, Med. and 
Surg. Bent., 

Samuel Baker, Bent., 

E. S. Ryder, Bent., 

Frank Fuller, Bent. 
Raymond, True M. Gould, FeL 
Richmond, Samuel P. French, 

FeL 
Rindge, Josiah Abbott. 
Rochester, James Farrington, 

John W. Pray, 

James Farrington, Jr. 
Rollinsford, John G. Pike. 
Rumney, Daniel L. Simpson, 

Alvah C. Hall, 

Daniel Darling. 
Rye, Warren Parsons. 
Salisbury, Thomas W. Wilson, 
FeL, 

B. C. Willis, 

W. W. Sleeper, Bot. 
Salem, B. W. Woodman. 



Sanbornton, John Carr, FeL, 
Nathaniel G. Ladd, 
James B. Abbott, FeL, 

B. Lyford, FeL, 
Campbell. 

Sandwich, Thos. J. Sweatt, 

T. Sanborn, 

John S. Emerson, FeL 

Isaac Doton, 
Seabrook, Jonathan Dearborn: 
Shelburne, Oliver B. Howe. 
Somersworth, E. G. Yeaton, 

Charles F. Elliott, FeL, 

J. C. Hanson, FeL, 

C. H. Shackford, FeL, 
Edward H. Pratt, 

F. Tuttle, 

E. Jenness, Horn., 
J. S- Ross. 

Springfield, Valentine Manahan. 

FeL 
Stoddard, C. G. Kingsbury. 
Strafford, C. Palmer, FeL 
Stratham, George H. Odell. 
Stratford, C. C. Carpenter. 
Sutton, Robert Lane, 

Diamond Davis, 

George C. Fuller. 
Swanzey, Willard Adams, 

D. L. M. Comings, FeL, 

F. H. Underwood, Eclectic. 
Sunapee, John Hopkins, 

I. Bishop, 
Surry, Wm. H. Porter. 
Stewartstown, Oscar Worthley. 
Tamworth, E. Wilkinson, 

Joseph Huntress. 
Temple, Josiah M. Blood. 
Thornton, W. A. Smith, FeL 
Troy, Charles W. Whitney, 

Abiel M. Caverly, FeL 
Tuftonborough, J. Chapman, 

Enoch C. Dow, 

Frank Haley, FeL 
Unity, G. S. Spencer. 
Upper Gilmanton, George E. 

Spencer. 
Wakefield, Wm. B. Reynolds, 
FeL, 

S. W. Roberts, FeL 
Walpole, Ebenezer Morse, 

Jesseniah Kittredge, 

Henry Mellish, 

Wm. J. Knight, Bot., 



132 



CITIES IN NEW-HAMPSHIRE. 



Walpole, Hiram Watkins, 

Jacob B. Burnham, Bot., 

George A. Blake, 

Willard Ball, Dent. 
Warner, Leonard Eaton, 

J. M. Fitz, 

Moses Wilson. 
Warren, Jesse Little, 

David C. French, 

Alphonso G. French, 
Washington, J. Q. A. French, 

John Haynes. 
Weare, Jas. Peterson, Horn., 

Robert B. Carswell, 

F. Horton, Horn. 
Wentworth, A. A.Whipple, Fel., 

Peter L. Hoyt, 

S. S. Stevens. 
Westmoreland, G. F. Dunbar, 



Westmoreland, B. Simmons, Bot. 
Whitefield, Jas. M. Hartwell, 

Albert Winch, 

George S. Gove. 
Wilmot, H. Nelson Mason. 
Wilton, Josiah Fleeman, 

Timothy Parkhurst, 

J. T. Buttrick. 
Winchester, Hosea Pierce, Fel. 

A. P. Macumber, 

G. Walton Pierce, 

I. W. Russell, Surg. Dent. 
Windham, Ira Weston, 

, Simeon D, York. 
Wolfborough, T. J. Tebbetts, 
M Jeremiah F. Hall, Fel. 
{ > Luther Pattee, Fel., 

M. R. Warren, Fel. 



CITIES IN NEW-HAMPSHIRE. 



CITY OF MANCHESTER, 

Held their election the second Tuesday in December, 1858, and 
organized their city government the first Tuesday in January, for 
the year 1859. 

EDWARD W. HARRINGTON, Mayor. 

ALDERMEN. 



Ward 1. Reuben Dodge. 
u 2. Thomas S. Sargent. 
" 3. Benjamin F. Martin. 
" 4. George A. Barnes. 



Ward 5. George H. Hubbard. 
" 6. Samuel D. Farrar. 
" 7. Ira Ban*. 
" 8. Daniel Farmer, Jr. 



Joseph Knowlton, City Clerk. 

COMMON COUNCIL. 

HORACE PETTEE, President. 



Ward 1. Moses O. Pearson, 
Charles Canfield, 
George W. Thayer. 

« 2. D. K. White, 

George S. Neal, 
Josiah A. Chamberlain. 

" 3. John B. Chase, 

William Richardson, 
Stephen D. Green. 

" 4. James A. Brigham, 
John H. Maynard. 
Moulton Knowles. 



Ward 5. Thomas Baxter, 
Elijah Perry, 
Horace Bonney. 

" 6. John B. Fish, 
Horace Pettee, 
Levi II . Sleeper. 

" 7. Leonard Moore, 
Joseph Prescott, 
John Bartlett. 

" 8. George S. Chandler, 
William C. Haynes, 
Nathaniel H. Martin. 



Simeon D. Farnsworth, Clerk of Common Council. 



CITIES IN NEW-HAMPSHIRE. 



133 



City Treasurer — Henry R. Chamberlain. 
City Collector — John L. Kelley. 
City Physician — Sylvanus Bunton. 
City Solicitor — Joseph B. Clark. 

City Marshal 

Assistant Marshal — William B. Patten. 

Health Officers— Warren L. Lane, Lyman W. Eastman. 

Police Justice — Samuel Upton. 

Special Justice — Amos B. Shattuck. 

Chief Engineer— J '. T. P. Hunt. 

Liquor Agent— M. G. J. Tewksbury. 

City Messenger — Lyman M. Eastman. 



CITY OF PORTSMOUTH, 

Held their election on the fourth Tuesday of November, 1858, and 
organized their city government the first Tuesday in January, for 
the year 1859. 

ROBERT MORRISON, Mayor. 



ALDERMEN. 



Ward 1. Solomon Seymour, 
Horace Webster, 
Samuel P. Treadwell. 
" 2. John Stayers. 



Ward 2. Hamti Kenney, 
James Odiorne. 
44 3. Charles W. Marden, 
Stephen D. Scriggins. 



John Bennett, City Cleric. 



COMMON COUNCIL. 



Ward 1. William H. Dennett, 
Leonard Dodge, 
Thomas J. Sheldon, 
Solomon Fisher, 
Augustus Todd, 
A6a L. Marden, 
Frank Jones, 
Charles T. Emery, 
Joseph S. Turner. 
" 2. Israel Kimball, 

Samuel H. Goodall, 
Charles H. Hayes, 
Justin Hanscom, Clerk 



■ President. 

Ward 2. John H. Broughton, 
Thomas E. Call, 
Joseph B. Upham, 
John Wesley Moses, 
Frank W. Miller, 
William O. Sides. 
" 3. Obadiah Stoddard, 
Freeman G. Snow, 
Samuel Clark, 
Thomas P. Dennett, 
John Gardner, 
Gustavus A. Abbott. 

of the Common Council. 



City Messenger — Joseph C. Walker. 
Treasurer and Collector — Jeremiah D. Goodrich. 
City Physician — Benjamin W. Curtis. 
Justice of the Police Court — Lory OdelL 
Special Justice — William H. Rollins. 



134 CITIES IN NEW-HAMPSHIRE. 

City Marshal— Andrew J. Beck. t 

Assistant Marshal — Bartholomew Downing. 

Health Officers — Emil Richter, Andrew C. Pierce, Joseph Hart. 

Chief Engineer— Josiah G. Hadley. 



CITY OF CONCORD, 1859-60. 

MOSES T. WILLARD, Mayor. 

ALDERMEN. 



Ward 1. Jacob B. Rand. 
" 2. Jacob A. Potter. 
" 3. Ira Rowell. 
u 4. Shadrach Seavey. 



Ward 5. Robert N. Corning. 
" 6. Caleb Parker. 
" 7. Joseph Hazeltine. 



David Watson, City Clerk. 

COMMON COUNCIL. 

JOHN C. BRIGGS, President. 



Ward 1. Andrew T. Bennett, 
Cyrus Lincoln. 

" 2. Timothy W. Emery, 
Isaac Virgin. 

" 3- Stephen Carleton, 
William D. Colby. 

" 4. John C. Briggs, 



Ward 4. John C. Pillsbury. 
" 5. Bradburv Gill, 

Wentworth G. Shaw. 
" 6. Thomas H. Newhall, 

Benjamin Rolfe. 
" 7. John B. Flanders, 

Moses B. Abbot 



Amos Hadley, Clerk. 



City Treasurer— Woodbridge Odlin. 

City Solicitor — Lyman T. Flint. 

City Physician — Benjamin S. Warren, m. d. 

City Marshal and Collector of Taxes — John Kimball. (K. G. 
Ordway was first appointed — resigned August 2.) 

Assistant Marshals — Jona. L. Pickering, John A. Coburn. 

Health Officers — John Kimball, ex officio, Albert H. Moulton. 
M. d., Wm. H. Smart ? m. d. 

Police Justice — David Pillsbury. 

Special Justice— Stephen C. Badger. 

Chief Engineer— Abel B. Holt. 






135 



CITY OP XASHUA, 1859-60. 

ALBIN BEARD, Mayor. 

ALDERMEN. 

Ward 6. John G. Blunt 



Ward 1. Benj. F. Emerson. 
" 2. Theophilus B. Adams 
" 3. Caleb Burbank. 
" 4. Edward A. Slader. 
" 5. Horace Wheeler. 

Charles E. Merrill, City Clerk. 



George A. Rollins. 

7. Orlando D. Murray, 

8. Benjamin P. Moore 



COMMON COUNCIL. 

JOSIAH M. FLETCHER, President. 



Ward 1. 

" 2. 



Jeremiah B. Mason, 
Charles Lovejoy. 
Abner Andrews, 
Nathan S. Richards. 
Daniel S. Jones, 
Albert H. Saunders. 
Josiah M. Fletcher, 
David Stevens. 
Oliver P. Hussey, 

Charles H. Sackrider, Clerk 



Ward 5. William W. Hoyt. 

" 6. Hiram Campbell, 
Nathan N. Brown, 
William J. Bennett, 
Andrew J, Rockwood . 

" 7. Frederick Chase, 
Joseph K, Gage. 

" 8. Charles C. Gove, 
John Lane. 



City Treasurer— Charles E. Merrill. 
City Collector — E. P. Emerson. 
City Solicitor — A. F. Stevens, 
City Marshal — Thomas G. Banks. 
Assistant City Marshal — John Barney. 
Chief Engineer — Isaac Eaton. 

City Physician 

Health Officers — Thomas G. Banks, Isaac Eaton. 
Police Justice — Thomas Pearsons, Jr. 
Special Justice — Isaac Spalding. 



CITY OF DOVER, 

Held their election on the fourth Tuesday in November, 1858, and 
organized their city government the first Wednesday in January, 

JAMES BENNETT, Mayor. 



Ward 1* Uriah Wiggin. 
" 2. Albert S.Tash, 

Mark Thompson. 
" 3. R. N. Ross. 



ALDERMEN. 

Ward 3. Solomon H. Forge, 
Josiah B. Folsom. 
u 4. David H. Gage. 



Henry T. Wiswall, City Clerk. 



136 CITIES IN NEW-HAMPSHIRE. 



COMMON COUNCIL. 

MOSES PAUL, President. 
Ward 1. Jonathan T. Young, 
William Wendell, 
Joseph W. Bennett. 
" 2. Thomas B. Garland, 
Lebbeus Hill, 
George Quint, 
Ralph Hough, 
Morris D. Palmer, 
Mark F. Nason. 
" 3. Moses Paul, 

John T. Hanson, 

Charles A. Tufts, Clerk. 



Ward 3. Charles P. Shepherd, 
Seth S. Moulton, 
Charles Woodman, 
Silas Moody, 
Benjamin Barnes, 
Horatio G. Hanson, 
Samuel Hussey. 
" 4. Samuel Hanson, 2d, 
Joseph Wingate, 
Jesse Meader. 



City Messenger — Joseph A. Wiggin. 
City Treasurer — Asa A. Tufts. 
City Solicitor — Henry T. Wiswall. 
City Collector — Andrew T. Roberts. 
Justice of the Police Court — Richard Kimball. 
Associate Justice — John R. Varney. 
City Marshal — Jonathan P. Baker. 
Assistant Marshal — Thomas Stevenson. 
Chief Engineer — Richard N. Ross. 

Health Commissioners — True Seavey, John B. Bruce, Charles H. 
Horton. 

TOWN POLICE COURTS. 

TOWN OF CLAREMONT. 

POLICE COURT. 

Philander C. Freeman, Police Justice, appointed June 26, 1868. 
William P. Austin, Special Justice, is " " 

TOWN OF SOMERSWORTH. 

POLICE COURT. 

George W. Balloch, Police Justice, appointed May 14, 1858. 
John C. Hill, Associate Justice, " " " 

TOWN OF FARMINGTON, 
Adopted the Police law, by a majority vote, July 12, 1859. 
Louis Bell, Police Justice, appointed September 23, 1859. 



INSPECTORS, &c. 

Inspector of Flour — Julius Cone, Concord. 

" of Hops— William P. Riddle /Manchester. 

" of Fish— William T. Frye, Portsmouth. 
Commissioners of Pilotage— Ly man D. Spaulding, William L. 
Dwight, Charles H. Chase, Portsmouth. 



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BOARD 0! EDUCATION. 



The following County School Commissioners were appointed for 
one year, commencing July 15, 1859 : 



Henry L. Boltwood, Derry, for Rockingham, $170 

Daniel Hall, Barrington, for Strafford, 75 

Samuel D. Quarles, Ossipee, for Carroll, 80 

William N. Blair, Laconia, for Belknap, 69 

George W. Gardner, New-London, for Merrimack,. . . .130 

Harry Brickett. Hillsborough, for Hillsborough, 155 

Sullivan H. McCollister, Westmoreland, for Cheshire, . .120 

Adams Ayer, Charlestown, for Sullivan, 90 

James W. Patterson, Hanover, for Grafton, 185 

Francis L. Town, Lancaster, for Cobs, 135 



On the third Wednesday of August, 1859, the several County 
School Commissioners met at Concord, and organized themselves 
into a Board of Education, according to law, by choosing a Chair- 
man and Secretary. 

Chairman— Sullivan H. McCollister, Westmoreland. 
Secretary— J ames Willis Patterson, Hanover. 

The thirteenth Annual Report upon the Common Schools of 
New-Hampshire, the same being the ninth Annual Report of the 
Board of Education, 1859, is not published at the time this part of 
the Register (October, 1859,) is in the process of printing,- therefore, 
our annual abstracts are omitted. 



N, H. TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION. 

President— David Crosby, Nashua. 

Vice-Presidents— J "ohn P. Pay son, William C. Fox, John Fullon- 
ton, H. E. Sawyer, S. H. McCollister, James W. Patterson, B, F. 
Wallace, Cyrus H. Richards. 

Secretaries— George W. Gardner, New-London; William A. 
Webster, Manchester. 

Treasurer — Ephraim Knight, New-London, 

Counsellors— E. T, Rowe, Paltiah Brown, Aurin M. Payson, 
Elihu T. Quimby, D. H. Sanborn, Nathan F. Carter, Harry Brick- 
ett. 



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LITERARY INSTITUTIONS. 

INCORPORATED ACADEMIES. 

In giving brief statistics of incorporated Literary Institutions in 
New-Hampshire, the Compiler relies wholly on the kindness of the 
Principals forwarding to him annual catalogues, or written com- 
munications. 

A full statement of an academy, giving the names of the teach- 
ers, branches taught, &c, must be considered as an advertisement, 
and will be inserted in the last part of the Register, when directed, 
and the charge for insertion will be made reasonable and satis- 
factory. 



Boscawen Academy, incorporated in 1828. Jonathan Tenney, 
A. M., Principal. 

Contoocook Academy, incorporated in 1856; located at Con» 
toocookville, Hopkinton. George H. Marston, A. m., Principal; 
Amy E. Marston, Preceptress. 

Franklin Academy, incorporated in 1831. Luther E. Shep- 
hard, a. m., Principal; Emily H. Hersey, Preceptress. 

Henniker Academy, incorporated in 1836. Thomas L. San- 
born, a. b., Principal; Sarah A. Gerould, Preceptress. Number 
of teachers, 3. 

Hopkinton Academy, incorporated in 1827. Stephen W. 
Clarke, Principal ; Anna G. Clarke, Preceptress. Number of 
teachers, 3. 

Kimball Union Academy, incorporated in 1813; located at 
Meriden. Cyrus S. Richards, A. M., Principal ; Mary Bates, Prin~ 
cipal of the Female Department. Whole Board of Teachers, 6. 
Average number of pupils in both departments, 200 ; average 
number fitted for college, 30; available funds which belong to the 
institution, $50,000. (For Historical Sketch, see Register for 1850.) 

Literary Institute and Gymnasium, incorporated in 1841; 
located at Pembroke. D. L. Macurdy, Principal; Mrs. L. M. 
Bradley, Preceptress. Board of teachers, 3. 

New-London Literary and Scientific Institution, incor- 
porated as the New-London Academy in 1837 ; amended in 1854, 
under the present name. Rev. George W. Gardner, a. m., Princi- 
pal; Ephraim Knight, A. m m Associate; Harriette E. Rice, Pre* 



148 LITERACY INSTITUTIONS. 

Of.fokd Academy, incorporated in 1836. S. W. Lovejov, A, b., 
Principal; Chastina C. Lovejoy, Preceptress. Number of 'teach- 
ers, 8. 

Pembroke Academy, incorporated in 1818. Charles E. Stanley, 
a. b., Principal; Lois A. Sartwell, Preceptress ; Eliza J, Wood, 
Teacher of Music. 

Pittsfield Academy, incorporated in 1830. Scott French, 
A. b., Principal ; Mary F. French, Preceptress. 

Phillips Ex:eTer Academy, incorporated 1781. Gideon L. 
Soule, ll.d., Principal ; George A. Wentworth, a. B., Professor 
of Mathematics ; Bradbury L. Cilley, a. b., Professor of Ancient 
Languages. 

St. Paul's School, incorporated in 1855 ; located at Millville, 
Concord. Rev. Henry A. Coit, M. a.. Rector ; Rev. Francis Chase, 
M.A., Assistant. 



149 



DARTMOUTH COLLEGE. 

TRUSTEES. 

Rev. Nathan Lord, d. d., President. 

His Excellency Ichabod Goodwin 2 ex officio, Portsmouth. 

Hon. Joel Parker, ll. d., Cambridge, Mass. 

Rev. Zedekiah S. Barstow, d. p., Keene. 

Rev. Nathaniel Bouton, d. d. Concord. 

Rev. Samuel Delano, Hartford, Vt. 

Rev. Silas Aiken, d. d., Rutland, Vt. 

Hon. Anthony Colby, New-London. 

Hon. Amos Tuck, Exeter. • 

Lyndon A. Marsh, Esq., Woodstock, Yt. 

Hon. George W. Nesmith, Franklin. 

The Honorable Council, the President of the Senate and Speaker 
of the House, with the Chief Justice of the Supreme Judicial 
Court, are Trustees, ex officio, in relation to funds given by the 
State. 

Visitors to the Chandler School — John James Dixwell, Esq., 
A. m., Boston; Francis Brown Hayes, Esq., a. m., Boston. 

Treasurer — Daniel Blaisdell, Esq., Hanover. 

MEDICAL FACULTY. 

Rev. Nathan Lord, D. d., President. 

Hon. Isaac F. Redfield, ll. d., Professor of Medical Jurispru- 
dence. 

Dixi Crosby, m. d., Professor of Surgery, Obstetrics, #c. 

Edward Elisha Phelps, m. d., ll. d., Professor of the Theory 
and Practice of Medicine and Pathological Anatomy. 

Albert Smith, m. d., Professor of Materia Medica and Thera- 



Oliver Payson Hubbard, m. d., Professor of Chemistry and Phar- 
macy . 

Edmund Randolph Peaslee, m. d., ll. d., Professor of Anatomy 
and Physiology, and Librarian. 

Edward S. Dunster, m. d., Demonstrator of Anatomy. 

William Smith Leonard, a. b., Demonstrator of Pathological 
Anatomy. 

The annual course of Medical Lectures begins the first week 
after Commencement, and continues fourteen weeks. 

The Sixty-Third Annual Course of Lectures commenced in 
August, 1859. Fees for the course, $ 50. Matriculation, $5. Grad- 
uating expenses, $18. 

ACADEMICAL FACULTY. 

Rev. Nathan Lord, d. d., President. 

Rev. Roswell Shurtleff, d. d., Professor Emeritus of Moral Phi- 
losophy and Political Economy. 

Alpheus Crosby, a. m., Professor Emeritus of the Greek Lan- 
guage and Literature. 

Rev. Henry Fairbanks,* A. m., Appleton Professor of Natural 
Philosophy. 

*Prof. Fairbanks enters on his duties in the Spring of 1860. 



150 EDUCATIONAL. 

Oliver Payson Hubbard, m. d., Hall Professor of Mineralogy 
and Geology, and Professor of Chemistry and Pharmacy. 

Rev. Clement Long, d. d., Professor of Intellectual Philosophy 
and Political Economy. 

Rev. Samuel Oilman Brown, d. d., Evans Professor of Oratory 
and Belles-Lettres. 

Rev. Charles A. Aiken, A. m., Professor of Latin Language and 
Literature. 

Rev. Daniel James Noyes, d. d., Phillips Professor of Theology. 

John Smith Woodman, A. M., Professor of Civil Engineering. 

Rev. John Newton Putnam, a. m., Professor of the Greek Lan- 
guage and Literature. • 

James Willis Patterson, A. m. % Professor of Mathematics. 

COMMENCEMENT. 

The Annual Commencement, last Thursday in July; anniversary 
of Societies, on Wednesday, the day before Commencement. Ex- 
amination for admission to College, on Tuesday of commence- 
ment week. 

VACATIONS. 

The first, four weeks, beginning the day after commencement. 
The second, seven weeks, beginning in November. 
The third, two weeks, in May. 



CHANDLER SCHOOL.. 

CHANDLER SCIENTIFIC FACULTY. 

The scientific course of Study in this department is four years. 
Rev. Nathan Lord, d. d., President. 

Rev. Henry Fairbanks, Professor of Natural Philosophy. 
Oliver Payson Hubbard, m. d., Professor of Mineralogy, Geology 
and Chemistry. 
Rev. Samuel Gilman Brown, r>. d., Professor of Rhetoric. 
Rev. Daniel James Noyes, d. d., Professor of Moral Science. 
Edmund R. Peaslee, M. d., Professor of Physiology. 
John Smith Woodman, a. m., Professor of Civil Engineering. 
James Willis Patterson, a. m., Professor of Mathematics. 

STUDENTS FOR 1859-60. 

Medical Students, 52. Seniors, 64; Juniors, 67; Sophomores, 68; 
Freshmen, 66. Scientific School: Seniors, 9; Third Class, 22; 
Fourth Class, 3. 

METHODIST GENERAL BIBLICAL INSTITUTE. 

OFFICERS OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 

President— Lets, Claflin, Esq. 
Vice-President— Hon. Elisha Harris. 
Secretary— Stephen M. Vail, d. d. 
Treasurer — Rev. Elisha Adams. 



STATE INSTITUTIONS. 151 

FACULTY. 

Rev. Bishop O. C. Baker, d. d., President. 

Rev. Stephen M. Vail, d. d., Morrill Professor of Biblical and 

Rev. J. W. Merrill, d. d., Professor of Natural and Historical 
Theology, Mental and Moral Philosophy. 

Rev. I). Patten, d. d., Professor of Revealed and Pastoral The- 
ology, and Sacred Rhetoric. 

The academical year begins on the second Wednesday in Sep- 
tember, and closes on the second Wednesday in June. 

The vacation begins at the end of the academical year, and 
closes at the beginning of the following year. 

1858-9. 
Senior Class, 20; Middle Class, 18; Junior Class, 40; whole num- 
ber, 78. 

NEW-HAMPSHIRE HISTORICAL. SOCIETY. 

OFFICERS ELECTED FOR 1859-60. 

Edwin D. Sanborn, ll. d., President. 

, First Vice-President. 

Levi Chamberlain, Second Vice-President. 
Nathaniel Bouton, d. d., Corresponding Secretary. 
William F. Goodwin, ll. b., Recording Secretary. 
E. S. Towle, Treasurer. 
Hon. William Prescott, Librarian. 

Asa McFarland, Joseph B. Walker, E. E. Cummings, D. D., 
Standing Committee. 

STATE INSTITUTIONS. 

MEW-HAMPSHIRE ASYLUM FOR THE IXSAHTE, 
CONCORD. 

President— Charles Burroughs, d. r>., Portsmouth. 

Trustees — Charles H. Peaslee, Charles Burroughs, Joseph B. 
Walker, Samuel Herbert, John A. Richardson, Timothy Haynes, 
John Preston, George B. Twitehell, John H. White, Jeremiali 
F. Hall, Edward Wyman, Woodbury Melcher,. 

Secretary — Joseph B. Walker. 

Superintendent and Treasurer — Jesse P. Bancroft, m. d., Fel. 

Assistant — William W. Godding, m. d. 

Chaplain — Rev. J. H. Eames. 

His Excellency, Ichobod Goodwin, the Honorable Council, the 
President of the Senate and Speaker of the House, are Board of 
Visitors, ex officio. 

Statistics taken from the Eighteenth Annual Report, 1858-9. The 
whole number of patients admitted since the opening of the Insti- 
tution in 1842, to May 31, 1859, is 1650. 



152 STATE INSTITUTIONS. 

The number of patients received during the year ending June l r 
1859, 98 ; 56 males and 42 females ; the whole number remaining, 
same date, 182. 

The Institution is free of debt, and in possession of a fund of 
about $29,000 well invested ; a farm of one hundred and twenty 
one acres, and a large portion of it under a high state of cultiva- 
tion. Its products tor 1858 were in value $3,327-64. 



HOUSE OF REFORMATION FOR JUVENILE 
AND FEMALE OFFENDERS. 

LOCATED AT MANCHESTER. 

President— Horton D. Walker, Portsmouth. 

Trustees— Horton D. Walker; Benning W. Jenness, Strafford ; 
Wm. Kent, Concord; Wm. P. Wheeler, Keene; Nathan Parker, 
Manchester; Cyrus Eastman, Littleton; Thomas W. Gillis, Nashua. 

Treasurer — Frederick Smyth, Manchester. 

Secretary — Nathan Parker. 

Superintendent — Brooks Shattuck. 

Matron — Mrs. Mary Shattuck. 

This Institution was dedicated May 12, 1858, in a very able and 
appropriate manner; and the delivery of the keys and surrender 
of the building to the Governor of the State by the chairman of 
the Board of Commissioners. 

According to the Superintendent's Report, there was but one in- 
mate at the close of June, 1858 ; during the time to April 30, 1859 y 
forty had been received; two of this number had escaped, leaving 
thirty-eight in the House, April 30, 1859. 

STATE PRISON* 

Warden— John Foss. 

Deputy— Moses F. Rogers. 

Chaplain— Rev . Samuel Cooke. 

Physician— Timothy Haynes, m.d. 

From the Warden's Annual Report for the year ending May 81, 
1859: 

The whole number of convicts committed since the opening of 
the institution, in 1812, is 1,094; number discharged, 537; number 
pardoned, 358 : number removed to the Insane Asylum, 3; number 
died, 63; number escaped, 15. 

The number committed during the year 1858,37; remaining in 
prison June 1, 1859, 105. 



153 



BANKS IN NEW-HAMPSHIRE. 

Bank Commissioners \ 

Daniel P. Wheeler, Orford ; 
Cyrus K. Sanborn, Rochester ; 
George W. Pinkerton, Manchester. 

[The Clerk of each Banking Corporation, or some one of its officers, 
would confer a favor, (after their annual meeting,) in forwarding a 
list of the officers, as chosen for the ensuing year, to the compiler of 
the N. H. Register.] 

Ashuelot Bank, 
Keene. • Capital, $100,000. 

President— Thomas M. Edwards. Cashier — T. H. Leverett. 

Directors — T. M. Edwards, Samuel Diwsmoor, Wm. Dinsmoor, Eli- 
jah Carpenter, Sumner Wheeler, George A. Wheelock, D. Buffum. 

Dividend, 1858, 6| per cent. 

Amoskeag Bank^ 
Manchester. Incorporated 1848. Capital, $200,000. 

President — J. S. Kidder. Cashier — Moody Currier. 

Directors — J. S. Kidder, E. A. Straw, Mace Moulton, Amos G. Gale, 
Herman Foster, R. D. Mooers, Adam Chandler. 

Dividend, 1858, 8 per cent. 

Belknap County Bank, 
Laconia. Incorporated 1846. Capital, $80,000. 

President — Warren Lovell. Cashier — Napoleon B. Gale. 

Directors — Warren Lovell, S. W. Mead, J. P. Pitman, Andrew 
Mack, Jonathan T. Coffin, R. S. Webster, Benj. Magoon. 

Dividend, 1858, 8 per cent. 

Bank of New-Hampshire, 
Portsmouth. Incorporated 1855. Capital, $150,000. 

President — Peter Jenness. Cashier — James P. Bartlett. 

Directors — Peter Jenness, Washington Williams, Daniel Marcy, 
True M. Ball, Albert Blaisdell, E. P. Prescott, James N. Tarlton. 

Dividend, 1858, 6 per cent. 

Bank of Lebanon, 
Lebanon. Incorporated 1848. Capital, $100,000. 

President — Robert Kimball. Cashier — J. H. Kendrick. 

Directors— Robert Kimball, G. S. Kendrick, Wm. S. Ela, Samuel 
Wood, 2d, Abner Allen, U. Amsden, Samuel Wood, Robert B. Kim- 
ball. 
Dividend, 1858, 8 per cent. 
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154 BANKS IN NEW-HAMPSHIRE. 

Cheshire Bank, 
Keene. Incorporated 1844. Capital, $100,000. 

President — Levi Chamberlain. Cashier — R. H. Porter. 

Directors — Levi Chamberlain, John Henry Elliott, John Elliott, John 
W. Prentiss, Charles Lamson, Francis A. Faulkner, Wm. P. Wheeler. 

Dividend, 1858, 6^ per cent. 

Cheshire County Bank, 
Keene. Incorporated 1855. Capital, $100,000. 

President — Fredrick Vose. Cashier — George W. Tilden. 

Directors — Frederick Vose, F. M. Ballcu, William Haile, Lawson 
Robertson, Amos F. Fiske, John Bouker. 

Dividend, 1858, 6 per cent. 

Citizens' Bank, 
Sanbornton. Incorporated 1853. Capital, $50,000. 

President — Asa P. Cate. Cashier — Wm. T. Cass. 

Directors — Asa P. Cate, Samuel Tilton, James Cochran, Woodbury 
Melcher, John Keniston, E. Davis, Robert Gray. 

Dividend, 1858, 8 per cent. Discount day on Monday, weekly. 

Claremont Bank, 
Claremont. Incorporated 1848. Capital, $100,000; 

President — Ambrose Cossitt. Cashier — John L. Farwell. 

Directors — Ambrose Cossitt, Isaac F. Wetherbee, G. N. Farwell, 
Thomas Sanford, A. Dickenson, Nathaniel Tolles, Alpheus F. Snow. 

Dividend, 1858, 8 per cent. 

Carroll County Bank, 
Sandwich. Capital, $50,000. 

President — M. H. Marston. Cashier — Stephen Beede. 

Directors— M.. H. Marston, Nathaniel Hubbard, Thomas Burley, 
Ira A. Bean, William M. Weed, Ebenezer Wilkinson, Augustus 
Blanchard. 

Dividend, 1858, 8 per cent. 

City Bank, 

Manchester. Incorporated 1853. Capital, $150,000. 

President — Isaac C. Flanders. Cashier — E. W. Harrington . 

Directors — Isaac C. Flanders, Wm. C. Clarke, O. W. Bailey, S. W. 
Parsons, A. G. Tucker, Joseph Kidder, Wm. H. Hill. 

Dividend, 1858, 8 per cent. 

Cochecho Bank, 
Dover. Capital, $100,000. 

President — Thomas Stackpole. Cashier — Ezekiel Hurd. 

Directors— T. Stackpole, William B. Wiggin, Joseph Merrill, C. W. 
Rollins, T. E. Sawyer, James E. Lathrop, Joseph C. Hutchins. 

Dividend, 1858, 8 per cent. 

Connecticut River Bank, 

Charlestown. Incorporated 1844. Capital, $100,000. 

President— Hope Lathrop. Cashier— -George Olcott. 



BANKS IN NEW-HAMPSHIRE. 155 

Directors— Hope Lathrop, Ansel Glover, Robert Elwell, Ashbel Ham- 
l in, J. Baker, John IVJ. Glidden, E. L. Cushing. 
Dividend, 1858, 6 per cent. 

Derry Bank, 
Derry. Incorporated 1855. Capital, $60,000, 

President — John Ordway. Cashier — David Currier. 

Directors — John Ordway, Benj. F. Eastman, Thomas J. Melvin, . 
Aar<on F. Stevens, Harvey P. Hood, Charles Chase, John W. Noyes. 

Dividend, 1858, 7 per cent. 

Dover Bank, 
Dover. Incorporated 1845. Capital, $100,000. 

President — Joseph H. Smith. Cashier — Thomas L. Smith. 

Directors — J. H. Smith, Oliver Wyatt, Daniel Bogle, Leonard S. 
Rand, S. M. Wheeler. 

Dividend, 1858, 8 per cent. 

Exeter Bank, 
Exeter. Incorporated 1855. Capital, $75,000. 

President — John Scammon. Cashier — Wm. B. Morrill. 

Directors — John Scammon, Gardner Towle, Asa Jewett, Ira Blake, 
Joseph Jewell, George W. Lane, Hilliard Fogg. 

Farmington Bank, 

Farmington. Incorporated 1854. Capital, $75,000. 

President — Hiram Barker. Cashier — John D. Lyman. 

Directors — Hiram Barker, Levi Pearl, R. R. Pearl, George N. East- 
man, Isaac Merrill, Dudley Barker, J. H. Stevens. 

Dividend, 1858, 7 per cent. 

Francestown Bank, 
Francestown. Capital, $60,000. 

President — Wm. Bixby. Cashier — Paul H. Bixby. 

Directors — Wm. Bixby, Mark Morse, Herbert Vose, Israel Batchel- 
der, H. P. Clark, T. B. Bradford, Joseph Kingsbury. 

Dividend, 1858, 9 per cent. 

Farmers 1 and Mechanics' Bank, 

Rochester. Incorporated 1856 Capital, $60,000. 

President— Thomas C. Davis. Cashier — Edward Sawyer. 

Directors— Thomas C. Davis, Wm. Wentworth, Wm. C. Fernald, 
Micajah H. Wentworth, Harrison Hale, Ezra Drowne, Charles K. 
Chase. 

Great Falls Bank, 

Somersworth. Incorporated 1846. Capital, $150,000. 

President — John A. Burleigh. Cashier — D. H. Bufium. 

Directors — John A. Burleigh, Daniel G.Rollins, Nathaniel Wells, 
M. C. Burleigh, Mark Noble, Wm. Bedell, D. M. Goodwin. 

Dividend, 1858, 6 per cent. 



156 BANKS IN NEW-HAMPSHIRE. 

Granite State Bank, 
Exeter. Capital, $100,000. 

President — Joseph T. Gilman. Cashier, N. A. Shute. 

Directors — Joseph T. Gilman, Charles Conner, William Odlin, Wm. 
W. Stickney, S. W. Dearborn, Abner Merrill, S. C. Buzzell. 

Indian Head Bank, 
Nashua. Capital, $150,000. 

President— Wm. D. Beasom. Cashier — A. McKean. 

Directors — William D. Beasom, John II. Gage, Francis Winch, John 
Read, E. G. Read, A. G. Read, Alexander McC. Wilkins. 

Dividend, 1858, 8 per cent. 

Langdon Bank, 
Dover. Incorporated 1854. Capital, $100,000. 

President — Willis H. Esty. Cashier — Calvin Hale. 

Directors — Willis H. Esty, Alpheus Rogers, Benj. Wiggin, Alfred 
Hoitt, James Littlefield, Wm. W. Meader, J. D. Townsend. 

Dividend, 1858, 8 per cent. 

Lake Bank, 
Wolf borough. Incorporated 1854. Capital, $75,000 

President — John M. Brackett. Cashier — Abel Haley. 

Directors — John M. Brackett, J. F. Hall, George Rust, Geo. W. Her- 
sey, Andrew L. Hersey, Aaron Roberts, Wm. Walker. 

Dividend, 1858, 8 per cent. 

Manchester Bank, 
Manchester. Incorporated 1844. Capital, $155,000. 

President — James U. Parker. Cashier — Nathan Parker. 

Directors — James U. Parker, J. H. Maynard, David Gillis, D. A. 
Bunton, J. T. P. Hunt, Isaac Riddle, G. H. Kimball. 

Dividend, 1858, 8 per cent. 

Mechanicks Bank, 

Concord. Incorporated 1854. Capital, $100,000. 

President — George Minot. Cashier — Charles Minot. 

Directors— George Minot, Joseph M. Harper, Seth Eastman, D. M. 
Carpenter, Ezra Carter, Arthur Fletcher. 

Dividend, 1857, 7 per cent. 

Merrimack County Bank, 
Concord. Incorporated 1845. Capital, $80,000. 

President — E. S. Towle. Cashier — J. C. A. Wingate. 

Directors — E. S. Towle, Francis N. Fisk, Samuel Coffin, Richard 
Bradley, Joseph B. Walker. 

Dividend, 1858, 8 per cent. 

Mechanics' and Traders 1 Bank, 
Portsmouth. Incorporated 1844. Capital, $141,000. 

President — Richard Jenness. Cashier— J as. F. Shores. 

Directors — Richard Jenness, Thomas J. Parsons, John KnowKon. 
Samuel Cleaves, Albert R. Hatch. 

Dividend, 1858, 8 per cent. 



BANKS IN NEW-HAMPSHIRE. 157 

Monadnock Bank, 
Jaffrey. Capital, $50,000. 

President— James Scott. Cashier— Peter Upton. 

Directors— J. Scott, Benj. Cutter, Arad Adams, Andrews Emery, 
Samuel Ryan, James L Bolster, John Conant. 

Dividend, 1858, 6 per cent. 

Merrimack River Bank, 
Manchester. Incorporated 1855. Capital, $150,000. 

President— Benj. F. Martin. Cashier— Frederick Smyth. 

Directors— B. F. Martin, Win, G. Means, David Cross, Win. P. 
Newell, Waterman Smith, J. H. Moor, Phineas Adams. 

Dividend, 1858, 8 per cent. 

Nashua Bank, 
Nashua. Capital. $125,000. 

President — Isaac Spalding. Cashier — John M. Hunt. 

Directors — Isaac Spalding, Z Shattuck, Jas. Pierce, Perley Dodge, 
C. C. Boutwell, Ebenezer Dearborn, Reuben Greeley. 

Dividend, 1858, 8 per cent 

New-Ipswich Bank, 

New-Ipswich. Incorporated 1848. Capital, $100,000. 

President— Jonas M. Melville. Cashier — Geo. Barrett. 

Directors — Jonas M. Melville, James Chandler, J. W. Bliss > Moses 
Merriam, George W. Wheeler, George Whiting. 

Dividend, 1858, 6£ per cent. 

Newmarket Bank, 
Newmarket. Incorporated 1855. Capital, $G0,000. 

President — Joseph S. Lawrence. Cashier — S. A. Haley. 

Directors — Joseph S. Lawrence, Samuel P. Dow, Joseph Cilley, John 
S. Bennett, Wm. B. Small, J. Mooney, J. C. Burley. 

Dividend, 1858, 8 per cent. 

Pawtuckaway Bank, 
Epping. Incorporated 1854. Capital, $50,000. 

President — J. H. Pearson. Cashier — Charles W. Sargent. 

Directors — J.H.Pearson, N. Batchelder, James H. Butler, George 
Clough, Joshua Brooks, George A. Pillsbury, Paltiah Brown. 

Dividend,. 1858, 8 per cent. 

Pittsfield Bank, 
Pittsfield. Capital, $50,000. 

President — James Drake. Cashier — Josiah Carpenter. 

Directors — James Drake, S. M. D. Perkins, Benj. Emerson, C. H. 
Carpenter, Seth S. Shackford, W. W. Proctor, Isaiah Berry. 

Dividend, 1858, 8 per cent. 

Peterborough Bank, 
Peterborough. Incorporated 1854. Capital, $50,000. 

President — A. C. Cochran. Cashier — C. G. Cheney. 



158 BANKS IN NEW-HAMPSHIRE. 

Directors— A. C. Cochran, F. Livingston, Wm. Follansbee, Samuel 
Edes, Abiel Sawyer, Levi Woodbury, Timothy K. Ames. 
Dividend, 1858, 7 per cent. 

Piscataqua Exchange Bank, 

Portsmouth. Incoporated 1845. Capital, $200,000. 

President — W. H. Y. Hackett. Cashier — Samuel Lord. 

Directors— W. H. Y. Hackett, Ichabod Goodwin, W. M. Shackford, 
Wm. Stavers, C. S. Toppan. Teller — John M. Lord. 

Dividend, 1858, 6 per cent. 

Pennichuck Bank, 
Nashua. Incorporated 1855. Capital, $100,000. 

President— Aaron W. Sawyer. Cashier — Harrison Hobson. 

Directors — Aaron W. Sawyer, Israel Hunt, Henry J. Chapman, A. P. 
Hughes, Alfred Greeley, C. H. Campbell, Charles P. Gage . 

Dividend, 1858, 8 per cent. 

Pine River Bank, 
Ossipee. Incorporated 1856. Capital, $50,000. 

President — Luther D. Sawyer. Cashier — Wm. Sawyer, Jr. 

Directors — L. D. Sawyer, W. L. Young, Amasa Copp, Isaac Thurs- 
ton, Nathaniel Grant, Sanborn B. Carter, John Canney. 

Dividend, 1858, 6 per cent. 

Rochester Bank, 

Rochester. Incorporated 1853. . Capital, $80,000. 

President — John McDuffee. Cashier — F. McDuffee. 

Directors — John McDuffee, Charles Dennett, D. Hanson, Jas. C. 
Cole, Enoch Whitehouse, Watson Hayes, E. J. Mathes. 

Dividend, 1858, 7 per cent. 

Rockingham Bank, 
Portsmouth. Capital, $200,000. 

President — J. M. Tredick. Cashier — John J. Pickering. 

Directors— J. M. Tredick, E. F. Sise, Wm. P. Jones, George W. Ha- 
ven, M. H. Wentworth. 

Dividend, 1858, 7 per cent. 

Salmon Falls Bank, 
Rollinsford. Capital, $50,000. 

President — Hiram R. Roberts. Cashier — Wm. H. Morton. 

Directors— H. R. Roberts, EbenezerR. Doe, Oliver H. Lord, Geo. W. 
Roberts, Abram G. Haley, Humphrey S. Watson, . 

Dividend, 1858, 8 per cent. 

State Capital Bank, 

Concord. Incorporated 1852. Capital, $150,000. 

President — Samuel Butterrield. Cashier — Preston S. Smith. 

Directors — S. Butterrield, Abraham Bean, Hall Roberts, Robert N. 
Corning, Ebenezer Symmes, J. V. Barron, James Peverly. 

Dividend, 1858, 8 per cent. 



BANKS IN NEW-HAMPSHIRE. 159 

Strafford Bank, 

Dover. Incorporated 1846. Capital, $120,000. 

President — William Woodman. Cashier — Asa A. Tufts. 

Directors — Wm. Woodman, Moses Paul, Daniel M. Christie, Charles 
Woodman, John Currier, E. D. Chamberlain, Wm. S. Stevens. 

Dividend, 1858, 8 per cent. 

Souhegan Bank, 
Milford. Incorporated 1855. Capital, $100,000. 

President — Thomas Chase, Nashua. Cashier — Gilbert Wadleigh. 

Directors — Thomas Chase, Leonard Chase, Jacob Gove, Robert 
Howerson, Charles H. Nutt, James Boyd, Frederick T. Sawyer. 

Dividend, 1858, 8 per cent. 

Sugar River Bank, 
Newport. Incorporated 1852. Capital, $50,000. 

President — Thomas W Gilmore. Cashier — Paul J. Wheeler. 

Directors — Thomas W. Gilmore, AmasaHall, H. G. Carleton, Oliver 
Booth, Daniel J. Warner, Edward Wheeler, Horace Metcalf. 

Dividend, 1858, 8 per cent. 

Somersworth Bank, 
Somersworth. Incorporated 1855. Capital, $100,000. 

President — Oliver H. Lord. Cashier — John A. Burleigh, Jr. 

Directors — Oliver H. Lord, Samuel S. Rollins, Geo. W. Wendell, 
O. W. Davis, S. fl. Dame, Stephen S. Chick, E. A. Rollins. 

Dividend, 1858, 3 per cent. 

Union Bank, 
Concord. Incorporated 1856. Capital, $100,000. 

President — George B. Chandler. Cashier — A. C. Pierce. 

Directors — George B. Chandler, Nathaniel White, Woodbridge Odlin, 
Peter Sanborn, Calvin Howe, Onslow Stearns, J. R. Woodman. 

Dividend, 1858, 8 per cent. 

Weare Bank, 

Hampton Falls. Incorporated 1854. Capital. $50,000. 

President — George H. Dodge. Cashier — Thomas L. Sanborn. 

Directors — (x. H. Dodge, Thayer S. Sanborn, James Locke, 
Wells W. Healey, Jacob T. Brown, Warren Brown. 

Dividend, 1858, 3 per cent. 

Warner Bank, 
Warner. Capital, $50,000. 

President — Jason H. Ames. Cashier — George Jones. 

Directors — Jason H. Ames, Franklin Simonds, Ira Harvey, J. M. 
Wilmarth, Abner Woodman, John Brown, Abner B. Kelly. 

Dividend, 1858, 8 per cent. 

Winchester Bank, 
Winchester. Incorporated 1847. Capital, $100,000, 

President — Henry Kingman. Cashier— Erastus Snow. 



160 SAVINGS BANKS. 

Directors — H. Kingman, Alfred Willis, Everson Cook, Stephen P. 
Randall, P. S. Bacheller, John Burbank, D. A. Hawkins. 
Dividend, 1858, 6 per cent. 

White Mountain Bank, 
Lancaster. Capital, $50,000. 

President — Jared W. Williams. Cashier — G. C. Williams. 

Directors— J. W. Williams, Barton G. Towne, James W. Weeks, 
E. C. Spaulding, Oliver B. Howe, Wm. Burns, E.' C. Spaulding. 

Dividend, 1858, 8 per cent. 

SAYINGS BANKS. 

Ashuelot Savings Bank, Winchester. 

President — A. J. Humphrey. Secretary and Treasurer — Erastus Snow. 
Means, $13,105.69 ; surplus, $214.20. 
Dividend, 1858, 5 per cent. 

Amoskeag Savings Bank, Manchester. 
President — Mace Moulton. Secretary and Treasurer — Moody Currier. 
Means, $273,737.98 ; surplus, $14,520.27. 
Dividend, 1858, 6 per cent. 

Carroll County Five Cents Savings Bank. 
Incorporated June, 1857. [Office at Wolf borough.] 
President — George Rust. Secretary and Treasurer— John M. Bracket! 
Means, $8,685.71; surplus, $297.74. 
Dividend, 1858, 5 per cent. 

Concord Savings Bank, Concord. 
President — Ira A. Eastman. Secretary and Treasurer — Charles Minot. 
Means, $16,775.95 ; surplus, $130.83. 
Dividend, 1858, 5 per cent. 

Cheshire Provident Institution for Savings, Keene. 
President— Levi Chamberlain. Setfy and Treasurer— Geo. Tilden. 
Means, $669,430.16; surplus, $4,873.60. 
Dividend, 1858, 5 per cent., and of surplus once in five years. 

Connecticut River Savings Bank, Charlestown. 
President— Samuel Webber. Sechj and Treasurer— Geo. Olcott. 
Means, $130,971.46; surplus, $2,845.40. 
Dividend, 1858, 5 per cent., and of surplus once in five years. 

Dover Five Cents Savings Bank, Dover. 
President— Willis H. Esty. Treasurer— Calvin Hale. 

Means, $63,663.39; surplus, $989.21. 

Dividend, 1858, 5 per cent. ; also, 6 per cent extra on all deposits 
of two years, and 3 of one year. 



SAVINGS BANKS. 161 

Exeter Savings Bank. 
President— Woodbridge Odlin. Treasurer— Nathaniel A. Shute. 
Means, $63,593.17; surplus, $3,850.52. 
Dividend, 1858, 5 per cent. 

Manchester Savings Bank, Manchester. 

President— W. P. Newell. Setfy and Treasurer— Nathan Parker. 
Means, $248.573.23 ; surplus, $9,081.97. 
Dividend, 1858, 6 per cent. 

Manchester Five Cents Savings Bank, Manchester. 

President— Waterman Smith. Treasurer— Frederick Smyth. 

Means, $15,553.12; surplus, $408.83. 

Meredith Bridge Savings Bank, Laconia. 

President— John L. Perley. Sec'y and Treas— John T. Coffin. 
Means, $141,296.12; surplus, $4,660.15. 
Dividend, 1858, 5 per cent., and of surplus once in five years. 

Nashua Savings Bank, Nashua. 

President— -Edward Spaulding. Treasurer — A. P. Hughes. 

Means, $110,352.77; surplus, $4,388.37. 
Dividend 1858, 5 per cent., and of surplus once in five years. 

New-Hampshire Savings Bank, Concord. 

President — Samuel Coffin. Treasurer — James Moulton, Jr. 

Means, $393,801.13; surplus, 42,837.73. 
Dividend, 1858, 5 per cent., and of surplus once in five years. 

Newmarket Savings Bank, Newmarket. 
President — G. W. Kittredge. Treasurer — David Murray. 

Means, $30,251.97; surplus, 438.81. 
Dividend, 1858, 4 per cent., and of surplus once in five years. 

New-Ipswich Savings Bank, New-Ipswich. 

President — Jeremiah Smith. Treasurer — John Preston. 

Means, $58,723.88; surplus, $1,300. 
Dividend, 1858, 5 per cent., and of surplus once in five years. 

Norway Plains Savings Bank, Rochester. 

President — Charles Dennett. Secretary and Treasurer — J. McDuffie. 

Means, $123,021.57; surplus, $5,851. 
Dividend, 1858, 5 per cent., and of surplus once in five years. 

Portsmouth Savings Bank, Portsmouth. 

President — Win. M. Shackford. Treasurer— Samuel Lord, 

Clerk— J. M Lord. 
Means, $974,686.03; reserve of last six months, $8,690.08 
Dividend annually, 4 per cent., and of surplus once in 5 years. 



162 INSURANCE COMPANIES. 

Pittsfield Savings Bank, Pittsfield. 
President — John Berry. Treasurer and Secretary — Lowell Brown. 

Means, $8,851.81 ; surplus, $231.05. 
Dividend, 1858, 4 per cent., and of surplus once in five years. 

RolUnsford Savings Bank, Rollinsford. 
President — H. R. Roberts. Treasurer — Wra. H. Morton. 

Means, $132,076,68 ; surplus, $11,992.07. 
Dividend, 1858, 5 per cent. 

Savings Bank for the County of Strafford. 
, [Office at the Strafford Bank, Dover.] 
President — John Currier. Treasurer — William Woodman. 

Means, $499,536.13 ; surplus, $52,416.74. 
Dividend, 1858, 5 per cent. 

Somersworth Savings Bank, Somersworth. 
President — John A. Burleigh. Secretary and Treasurer— D. H. Buffum. 
Means, $156,595.38 ; surplus, $4,352.92. 
Dividend, 1858, 5 per cent., and of surplus once in five years. 

Sullivan Savings Institution, Claremont. 

President — Albro Blodgett. Sec'y and Treasurer— John L. Farwell. 
Means, $151,881.81 ; surplus, $2,536.41. 
Dividend, 1858, 5 per cent., and of surplus once in five years. 

Walpole Savings Bank, Walpole. 
President — David Buffum. Secretary and Treasurer — Benj. T. Aldrich. 
Means, $51,746.50 ; surplus, $201.33. 
Dividend, 1858, 5 per cent., and of surplus once in five years. 

1 • — g 

INSURANCE COMPANIES. 

Insurance Commissioners. 
Oliver C. Fisher, Henniker. 
Otis F. R. Waite, Claremont. 
Benjamin M. Colby, Sanbornton. 

Atlantic M. F. I. Company, Exeter. 

President— John S. Wells. Secretary— ¥m. P. Moulton. 

Treasurer — Joseph C. Hilliard, 

Amoskeag M. F. I. Company, Manchester. 

[Incorporated in 1858.] 
President— Isaac Riddle. Sec. and Treas.—E. T. Stevens. 

Ashuelot M. F. 1. Company, Keene. 

President— Wm, Dinsmoor. Secretary— Edward Farrar. 

Treasurer— Sumner Wheeler. 



INSURANCE COMPANIES. 163 

Barnstead M, F. 1. Company, Barnstead. 

President — Richard Garland. Secretary — Jacob B. Locke. 

Treasure! — John L. Nutter. 
Directors — Richard Garland, Reuben Edgerly, Seth Shackford, 
John McNeal, Daniel Bickford. 

Belknap County M. F. I. Company, Laconia. 

President — Richard Gove, Gilford. Secretary — E. A. Hibbard. 
Treasurer — John C. Moulton. 

Carroll County M. F. 1. Company, Sandwich. 

President— Daniel G. Beede. Sec. and Treas.—C. C. Fellows. 

Cheshire Co. M. F. 1. Company, Keene. 

President — Larkin Baker. Secretary — Leonard Bisco, Keene. 

Treasurer — Frederick Vose, Walpole. 

Cochecho M. F. 1. Company, Dover. 

President — G. W. Woodman. Sec. and Treas. — W. T. Prescott. 

Equitable M. F. 2. Company, Concord. 

President — Timothy Haynes. Secretary — M. Gilmore. 

Treasurer — Robert C. Osgood. 

Farmers' and Mechanics' M. F. 1. Company, Epping. 
President — Joseph C. Plumer. Sec. and Treas. — Abram Plumer. 

Farmers' M. F. 1. Company, Gilmanton. 

President— 3 o\m K. Woodman. Secertary— Josiah J. Bean. 

Treasurer — Alfred Prescott. 

Farmington M. F. 1. Company, Farmington. 

[Incorporated in 1858.] 
President — Geo. M. Herring. Sec. and Treas. — Josiah B. Edgerly. 

Granite M. F. 1. Company, Boscawen. 

President — H. Fellows. Secretary — S. B. Little. 

Treasurer— H. Fellows. 

Great Falls M. F. I. Company, Somersworth. 
Insure property under four classifications, each class liable for 
its own losses. 
President — Ichabod G. Jordan. Sec. and Treas. — H. Y. Hayes. 

Hillsborough County M. F. I. Company, Amherst. 

President— F. P. Fitch. Sec. and Treas.— David Russell. 

Lake Insurance Company, Alton. f 

President— Henry Hurd. Secretary— Smith Sanborn. 

Treasurer — Amos Rollins. 



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POST-MASTERS. 



Manchester M. F. I. Company, Manchester. 

[Incorporated in 1858.] 
President— John S. Elliott. Sec. and Treas.— J. D, Lyford. 

Merrimack M. F. I. Company, Concord. 
President — John H. George. Sec. and Treas. — Jas. Moulton, Jr. 

New-Hampshire M. F. I. Company, Concord. 

President — Matthew Harvey. Sec. and Treas. — ¥m. Kent, 

Nashua M. F. 1. Company, Nashua. 

[Incorporated in 1858.] 
President— Josephus Baldwin. Sec. and Treas.— D. F. Whittle. 

Portsmouth M. F. I. Company. 

President— John Knowlton. Sec. and Treas.— Wm. L. Dwight. 

Rockingham M. F. I. Company 3 Exeter. 

President — John S. Wells. Secretary — Wm. P. Moulton. 

Treasurer — Joseph C. Hilliard. 

Rockingham Farmers' M. F. I. Company, Exeter. 

President — Wm. Conner. Sec. and Treas. — Charles E. Lane. 

Union M. F. 1. Company, Concord. 

President — Thomas P. Treadwell. Sec. and Treas. — J. E. Lang. 

POST-OFFICES AND POST-MASTERS 

IN NEW-HAMPSHIRE. 



Acworth. C. IV], Woodbury 

... South, J, F. Richardson 
Alexandria, D. Forbes 
Allensiown, B. F. Kendall 
Alstead, Leonard O. Shepard 
... New, James F. Isham 
... Paper-Mill Village, S. F. 
Weaver 
Alton, Jeremiah Jones 
Amherst, Nathaniel H. George 
Andover, John Proctor 
... East, Clark Durgin 
... West, G. S. Clement 
Antrim, Charles McKean 
... North Branch, A. Fairfield 
... South, C. McKean 
Atkinson, L. P. E. Richards 
... Depot, Jacob Ewing 



Auburn, A. G. Willey 
Barnstead, Cyrus W.Blanchard 

... North, S. F. Webster 

... Center, D. Bickford 
Barrington, Benjamin Odion 

... North, 

Bartlett, Isaac Meserve 

... Lower, J. Pitman, jr. 
Bath, David G. A. Foster 
Bedford, Daniel Barnard 
Bennington, G. A. Whittemore 
Benton, Amos Whitcher 
Berlin, G. Coffin 

... Falls, O. H. Mason 
Bethlehem, Charles E. Bunker 
Boscawen, E. K. Webster 

... West, G. W. Stevens 
Bow, J, T. Morgan 



POST-MASTERS. 



165 



Bradford, Hiram Blanchard 
... South, Leonard West 

Brentwood, Frederick Robinson 

Bridgewater, Melvin H. Johnson 

Bristol, O. F. Fowler 

Brookfield, Charles Colman 

Brookline, S. S. Kendall 

Campton, William Clark 
. k . Village, B. F. Cutter 
... West, T. J, Sanborn 

Cannan, E. Cobb 
... East, Darius Barnard 
... West, L. C. Pattee 

Candia, R. Smith 
.». Village, P. W. Sanborn 

Canterbury, T. L. Whidden 
... Shaker Village, S. Morrill 

Carroll, Jonas Howe 

Center-Harbor, John Coe 

Charlestown, J. B. Hubbard 
... «North, T. Whipple 
... South, R. Robertson 

Chester, Thomas J. Hazelton 
... East, Robert Shirley 

Chesterfield, W. R. Platts 
... Factory, Samuel Burt 

Chichester, John Langley 
... North, J. B. Chesley 

Claremont, Wm. M. Ladd 
... West, Leonard Gilmore 

Clarksville, E. K. Young 

Colebrook, Alonzo Eastman 

Columbia, Rodolphus D. Atherton 

Concord, Jacob Carter 
... West, T. J. Carpenter 
... Mast Yard, J. F. Runnels 
... East, John M. Dearborn 
... Fisherville, John Ellsworth 

Conway, H. D. Eastman 
... North, N. R. Mason 
... Center, L. S. Morton 

Cornish, *— 

... Flat, Orlando Powers 

Croydon, D. W. Frye 
... Flat, D> D. Marsh 

Dalton, Daniel Ewins 

Danbury, I. S. Johnson 
... South, C. W. Woodbury 

Danville, Enos Tewksbury 

Deerfield, E. F. Stevens, jr. 
... South, F. J. White 
... Center, John French 

Deering, William T. Wilkins 

Derry, Ithamer Hubbard 



Dorche'ster, B. R. Norris 

... North ? W. Bobbins 
Dover, Patrick H. Burns 
Dublin, Asa Heald 

... Pottersville, J. Fitch 
Dunbarton, Moses Perley 

... North, G. Page 
Durham, J, W". Coe 
Eatoiij E. Baker 
East-Kingston, B. L. Morrili 
Effingham, Robert C. Huntress 

... Falls, Hiram Davis 
Ellsworth, W. M. Straw 
Enfield, A. Conant 

... Center, Mark Purmort 

... West, Timothy Kidder 
Epping, James L. Rundlett 
Epsom, John Wallace 
Errol, James F. Bragg 
Exeter, Daniel Melcher 
Farmington, James E. Fernald 
Fitzwilham, Silas Cummings 
Francestown, Herbert Vose 
Franconia, E. B. Parker 

... Profile, R. Taft 
Franklin, David Gilchrist 
Freedom, A. M. Davis 
Fremont, Isaiah L. Robinson 
Gilford : 

... Village, John H. Sleeper 

... Lake Village, John Blais- 
dell,jr. 
Gilmanton, Alfred Prescott 

... Lower, James M. Gilman 

... Upper, Ira Mooney 

... Iron Works, Chas. Dock* 
ham 
Gilsum, David H. Wilson 
Goffstown, Philo H. Pattee 

... Center, E. R, Poor 
Gorham, J. R. Hitchcock 
Goshen, Amos C. Glidden 

... Mill Village, D. Dodge. 
Grafton, Horace Barney 

... Center, Daniel Follansbee 
Grantham, Oliver B. Buswell 

... North, Henry Alexander 
Greenfield, J. Stephenson 
Greenland, George S. Brackett 

... Depot, James B. Rand 
Groton, Andrew Remick 

... North, Otis C. Hall 
Hampton, John A. Towle 
Hampstead, J. C. Eastman 



166 



POST-MASTEBS. 



Hampton-Falls, J. W. Greene 
Hancock, John Whitoomb 
Hanover, Samuel W. Cobb 

. . . Center, Elihu Hurlbutt 

Hart's Location, • — — 

Haverhill, H. W. Reding 

... East, Niles Doty 

... North, N. M. Swazey 

... Center, James Glazier 
Hebron, D. Hazelton 
Henniker, John W. Morse 

... West, Imri Woods 
Hill, I. T. Parker 
Hillsborough, Benjamin Tuttle 

... Center, B. Priest 

... Bridge, Ephraim Dutton 
Hinsdale, F. Boyden 
Holderness, E. F. Smyth 
Hollis, D. W. Sawtelle 
Hooksett, W. B. Jones 

... Rowe's Corner, F. H. Wat- 
son 
Hopkinton, Dyer H. Sanborn 

... Contoocookville, Isaac D. 
Merrill 

... West, Joseph P. Dow 
Hudson, George W. Hills 
Jackson, O. P. Meserve 
Jaffrey, Ethan Cutter 

... East, Alonzo Bascom 
Jefferson, C. L. Plaisted 

... Mills, 

Keene, Joshua D. Colony 
Kensington, Thomas Blake 
Kingston , Albert Brown 

... South, A. Burbank 
Lancaster, James A. Smith 
Laconia, John C. Moulton 

... Weirs, William Wilcomb 
Landaff, E. H. Noyes 

... East. W. L. Shattuck 
Langdon, !R. Shumway 
Lebanon, Calvin Benton 

... East, C Plaistridge 

... West, J. D. Hosley 
Lee, Thomas B. Hall 

... Wadley Falls, William R. 
Bunker 
Lempster, L. Miller, 

... East, Sumner Eaton 
Lincoln, Simon Tuttle 
Lisbon, S. H. Cummings 

... Sugar Hill, Wm. Taylor 
Littleton, F> J. Eastman 



Littleton, North, Josiah Smith 
Londonderry, A. Plummer 

... North, Mrs. White 
Loudon, Nathaniel Shannon 

... Center, Ira Osgood 

... Ridge, N. D. Clough 
Lyman, Charles Parker 
Lyme, D. C. Churchill, jr. 
Lyndeborough, Wm. J. Herrick 

... South, J. H. Tarbell 

... North, John H. Goodrich 
Madison, R. H. Morey 
. ... East, Moses Varney 
Manchester, T. P. Pierce 

... Amoskeag, Joseph Jones 
Marlow, Edmund Jones 
Marlboro', Elisha O. Woodward 

... Depot, Sidney Moors 
Mason *. 

... Center, G. W. Scripture 

... Village, James Taft ' 
Meredith : 

... Village, Samuel Bean 

... Center, Peter Severance 
Merrimack : 

... Reed's Ferry, M. P. Nichols 

... South, H. Ball 

... Thornton's Ferry, Caleb 
Jones 
Middleton, F. H. Hamilton 
Milan, Amos Wheeler 

... West, Ezra Horn 
Milford, S. S. Stickney 
Milton, John R. Palmer 

... West, John S. Colbath 

... Mills, J. L. Swinerton 
Mont-Vernon, D. R. Baker 
Moultonborough, B. E. Thurston 

... East, E. Shaw 
Monroe, B. M. Clark 

... North, Albert Mason 
Nashua, George Bowers 
Nelson, Nehemiah Rand 

... Munsonville, F. Taylor 

... Harrisville, C. C. P. Harris 
New-Boston, James M. Gregg 
Newbury, E. Young 

... South, Eli Dodge 
New-Durham, Ira S. Ricker. 
New-Hampton, J. Simpson. 
Newington, F. W. DeRochemont 
New-Ipswich, John G. Leonard 
New-London, J. M. Hayes 
Newmarket, Nathan H. Leavitt 



POST-MASTERS. 



167 



Newport, Sawyer Belknap 
Newton, Michael F. Hoyt 
North- Hampton, T. D. Hobbs 

... Depot, J. P. Elkins 
Northumberland, James B. Brown 

... Groveton, Wayne Cobleigh 
Northwood : 

... East, G. W. Ashby 

... West, J. G. Mead 
Nottingham, N. O. Smith 

... Turnpike, Israel Dame 
Orford, IT. H. Howard 

... Orfordville, R. C. Beal 
Ossipee, S. B. Carter 

... Center, M. Merrill 

... Leighton's Corner, Mrs. S 
Leighton 

... West, Hobbs 

... Water Vill, J. L. Brown 
Pelham, John Woodbury 
Pembroke, Jacob Sawyer 

... Sun cook, John Tennant 
Peterborough, H. Steele 
Piermonf, J. O. Evans 
Pittsfield, John Cram, jr. 
Pittsburg', David F. Hall 
Plainfield, Bradbury Dyer 

... East, S. Emerson 

... Meriden, C. Cole 
Plaistow, J. G. George 
Plymouth, Timothy Eastman 

... West, C. S. Bunker 
Portsmouth, G. H. Rundlett 
Randolph, George Wood 
Raymond, William P. Tufts 
Richmond, Amos G. Bennett 

... North, H. Martin 
Rindge, W. G. Jones 
Rochester, William Jackson 

... Gonic, D. Varney 
Rollinsford : 

.. Salmon Falls, J. P. Emer- 
son 
Rumney, D. S. Ward 

... West, H. B. Simpson 
Rye, Thomas J. Parsons 
Salem, R. Coburn 

... North, M. H. Taylor 
Salisbury, Nathaniel Bean 

... West, William Dunlap 
Sanbornton, Fannv Lane 

... North, J. H.* Clark 

... Bridge, A. H. Jones 

... East, Jacob Bamford 



Sandown, Joseph B. French 
Sandwich, Joseph Wentworth 
... North, A. C. Cluimby 
... Center, C. C. Fellows 
Seabrook, Sarah A. Brown 
Shelburne, Thomas J. Hubbard 
Somersworth : 
... Great Falls, True W. Wood- 
man 
South-Hampton, M. Eaton, jr. 
South-Newmarket, J. T. Locke 
Springfield, O. C. Howard 

— West, D. N. Adams 
Stark, Clifford Cole 
Stewartstown, John Flanders 

••• West, George Flanders 
Stoddard, Oren Towne 

— South, F. A. Gilson 
Strafford, J. W. Jewell 

••• Center, D. Place 

... Corner, George C. Pinkham 

... North, John H. Scott 

... Blue Hill, Robert W. Foss 
Stratford, James Mahurin 

••• Coos, Albe Holmes 
Stratham, Z. Wiggin 
Sullivan, J. Peabody 

••• East, David A. Felt 
Surry, Warren Carpenter 
Sutton, Joseph Pillsbury 

••• North, L. Ferrin 
Sunapee, F. Morgan 

••• George's Mills, D. George 
Swanzey, Elijah Sawyer 

••• West Port, Benj. L. Draper 

— West, J. W. Frink 
Tam worth, Obed Hall 

— South, J. T. D. Folsom 

••• Tam worth Iron Works, J, 
Howard 
Temple, Charles P. Haywood 
Thornton, J. B. Sanborn 

••• West, Joseph Morrison 
Troy, E. P. Kimball 
Tufton borough, Dan'l H. Durgin 

••• Melvin Vill., John Stock- 
bridge. 

••• Mackerel Corner, J. S. 
Leavitt 
Unity, G. Lewis 

••• East, Tappan Sanborn 
Wakefield, H. Paul 

♦•• North, J. M. Matthews 

••• Union Vill., C. Swinerton 



168 



POSTAGE LAWS. 



Wakefield East, Warren Nutter 
... Horn's Mills, J. H. Clout- 
man 

Walpole, A. K. Maynard 
••• Drewsville, H. Lathrop 

Warner, Abner B. Kelly 

Warren, R. K. Clement 

Washington, W. B. French 
••• East, John Haynes 

Weare, Geo. Simons 
••• East, Ruf'us Fellows 
— North, P. C. Gove 
... South, M. Dearborn 
... Oil Mill Vilh, L. Richards 

Wentworth, T. J. Smith 

Went worth 'a Location, Z. F. 
Durkee 

Westmoreland, Anson Cole 
••• East, Foster Wight 



Westmoreland, Depot, C. White 
Whiterleld, B. Dodge 
White Mountains, EL Fabyan 
Wilmot, M. Cross 

••• Fiat, Robert M. Rowe 
Wilton, L. Pettingill 

••• West, Philander Ring 
Winchester, John A. Powers 

... Ashuelot, Jason Plummer 
Windham, R. Bartley 

... West, F. Marden 

... Fessenden's Mill, Stephen 
Fessenden 
Wolfborough, E. D. Barker 

... North, Alvin Cotton 

... Center, Isaac Sawyer 

... South, Alonzo T. Orne 
Woodstock, Wm. G. Hull 



POSTAGE LAWS, 
POSTAGE OF LETTERS. 

For every letter, or written communication of any description, 
the weight not over half of an ounce, any distance within the 
United States not over 3,000 miles, 3 cents, prepaid ; over 3,000 
miles, 10 cents, prepaid^ and for each additional | ounce or frac- 
tion of an ounce add one single rate. 

Each letter placed in the office for delivery, only 1 cent, prepay- 
ment optional. 

For advertised letters, add 1 cent to the above rates. 

British North- American Provinces, any distance not over 3,000 
miles from the line, 10 cents per \ ounce; over 3,000 miles, 15 cents, 
prepayment optional. 

POSTAGE ON PRINTED MATTER. 

Each newspaper, periodical, unsealed circular, or other article 
of printed matter, not weighing over three ounces, to any part of 
the United States, 1 cent; for each additional ounce or fraction of 
an ounce, add 1 cent. 

For newspapers and periodicals, when postage is paid for quar- 
terly or yearly in advance, one half the above rates. 

Newsp'apers and periodicals, not weighing over an ounce and a 
half each, when circulated in the State where published, one half 
of a cent. 

Weekly newspapers sent free in the county where published. 

Small newspapers, published monthly or oftener, and pamphlets, 
not containing more than sixteen octavo pages each, when sent in 
single packages, weighing eight ounces to one address, prepaid, 
half of a cent per ounce or fraction of an ounce. 

Books, bound or unbound, 1 cent per ounce for any distance not 
over 3,000 miles, prepaid; over 3,000 miles, 2 cents per ounce. The 
weight of the book not to exceed 4 pounds. 



169 



UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT. 

PRESIDENT, 

JAMES BUCHANAN, 

Pennsylvania. 
Salary, $25,000. 

vice - president, 

JOHN C. BRECKINRIDGE, 

Kentucky. 
Salary, $5,000. 

national cabinet. 

Salary. 

Secretary of State — Lewis Cass, Michigan, - - $8000 

Secretary of the Treasury — Howell Cobb, Georgia, - - - - 8000 

Secretary of the Interior — Jacob Thompson, Mississippi, - - -8000 
Secretary of War — John B. Floyd, Virginia, ------ 8000 

Secretary of the Navy — Isaac Toucey, Connecticut, ----- 8000 

Post-Master General — Aaron V. Brown, Tennessee, - - - - 8000 

Attorney- General — Jeremiah S. Black, Pennsylvania, - - - - 8000 



JUDICIARY OE THE UNITED STATES. 



SUPREME COURT. 

Chief Justice : Appointed. Salary. 

Roger B. Taney, Baltimore, Md., - - - - 1836, $6500 

Associate Justices. 

fohn McLean, Cincinnati, Ohio, - ------ 1829, 6000 

lames M. Wayne, Savannah, Georgia, - - - - -1835, 6000 

fohn Catron, Nashville, Tennessee, ------ 1837, 6000 

?eter V. Daniel, Richmond, Virginia, ----- 1841, 6000 

Samuel Nelson, Cooperstovvn, New- York, - - - 1845, 6000 

ttobert C. Grier, Pittsburg, Pa., ------- 1846^ 6000 

John A. Campbell. Alabama, 1853, 6000 

Vathan Clifford, Maine, - - - - - 1858, 6000 

Attorney- General — Jeremiah S. Black, Pennsyl'a, » 1857, 4000 

Reporter — Benjamin C. Howard, ------ —« — 1300 

Clerk of the Court— William T. Carroll. 

The Supreme Court is held in the City of Washington, and has on© 
session annually, commencing on the first Monday in December. 



170 





FOREIGN INTERCOURSE. 




MINISTERS PLENIPOTENTIARY. 






Great Britain, 


George M. Dallas, Pa., 


1856, 




London, 


France, 


j 


, 




Paris, 


Spain, 


Augustus C. Dodge, 


1855. 




Madrid, 


Chili, 


John Bigler, 


1858, 




San lago. 


Prussia, 


Joseph A. Wright, 


1858, 




Berlin. 


Russia, 


Thos. H. Seymour, Conn., 


1853, 


St, 


Petersburg, 


Mexico, 


John Forsyth, 


1858, 




Mexico. 


China, 


William B. Reed, Pa., 


1858, 




Canton. 


Brazil, 


Richard K. Meade, Va., 


1858, 


Ric 


de Janeiro. 


Peru, 


John R. Clay, Ky., 


1853, 




Lima. 


Switzerland, 


Theodore S. Fay, N. J., 


1858, 




Berne. 


CHARGE D'AFFAIRES, OR MINISTERS RESIDENT 




Belgium, 


E. Y Fair, Ala., 


1858, 




Brussels 


Turkey, 


Carroll Spence, Md., 


1853, 


Constantinople 


Netherlands, 


Henry C. Murphy, 


1858, 




Hague. 


Sardinia, 


John M. Daniel, Va., 


1853, 




Turin, 


The Two Sicilies. 


Joseph R. Chandler, Pa., 


1858, 




Naples. 


Portugal, 


John L. O'Sullivan, N. Y. 


? 




Lisbon. 


Austria, 


J. Glancy Jones, 


1859, 




Vienna. 


Bolivia, 


John W. Dana, Me., 


J 853, 




La Paz. 


Denmark, 





» 


Copenhagen. 


Sweden & Norw'y, B. F. Angel, 


1858, 




Stockholm. 


Pontifical States, 


John P. Stockton, 


1858, 




Rome. 


Ecuador, 


Charles R. Buckalew, 


1858, 




Quito. 


Venezuela, 


Charles Eames, 


1858, 




Caracas. 


Argentine Con fed' 


n, J. A. Cushman, Miss., 


1859, 




Parana, 



CIRCUIT COURT IN NEW-HAMPSHIRE, 



Is held at Portsmouth, on the 8th of May ; 
October. Presiding Judge, Nathan Clifford. 



at Exeter, on the 8th of 



DISTRICT COURT IN NEW-HAMPSHIRE, 

At Portsmouth, third Tuesday in March and September ; at Exeter 
third Tuesday in June and December. 

Judge of the District Court of New-Hampshire, Hon. Matthew 
Harvey, Concord. 

Clerk of the N.»H. Circuit and District Courts, Albert R. Hatch, 
Portsmouth. 

Marshal for the District of N. H., Stephen W. Dearborn, Exeter. 

District Attorney, Anson S. Marshall, Concord. 

Deputy Marshal, William H. Hackett, Portsmouth. 

Pension Agents for New-Hampshire, Albert H. Hoyt, Ports- 
mouth 3 George Minot, Concord. 



171 



THIRTY- 


SIXTH CONGRESS. 




SENATE. 




President.— 


-JOHN C 


BRECKINRIDGE. 




ALABAMA. 




MINNESOTA. 




Element 0. Clay, Jr., 


18G1 


Henry M. Rice. 


1863 


benjamin Fitzpatrick, 


1865 





- — . 


ARKANSAS. 




MISSOURI. 




Robert W. Johnson, 


1S61 


James S, Green, 


1861 


iVilliam K. Sebastian, 


1805 


Trusten Polk, 


1863 


CALIFORNIA 




MISSISSIPPI. 




William M. Gwin, 


1861 


Jefferson Davis, 


1863 


CONNECTICUT 




NEW-HAMPSHIRE. 




..a layette S. Foster, 


1861 


Daniel Clark, 


1861 


anies Dixon, 


1863 


John P. Hale, 


1865 


DELAWARE. 




NEW-JERSEY. 




fames A. Bayard, 


1863 


John R. Thompson, 


1863 


William Salisbury, 


1865 


J. C. Ten Eyck, 


1865 


FLORIDA. 




NEW- YORK. 




lavid L. Yulee, 


1861 


William H. Seward, 


1861 


Stephen R. Maliory, 


1863 


Preston King, 


1803 


GEORGIA. 




NORTH-CAROLINA. 




\U'red Iverson, 


1861 


Thomas L. Clingman, 


1861 


HLobert Toombs, 


1865 


Thomas Bragg, 


1865 


ILLINOIS. 




OHIO. 




4 ? man Trumbull, 


1861 


George E. Pugh, 


1861 


Stephen A. Douglas, 


1865 


Benj. F. Wade, 


1863 


INDIANA. 




PENNSYLVANIA. 




Wm. McCarty, 


1861 


William Bigler, 


1861 


ienry L. Lane, 


1863 


Simon Cameron, 


1863 


IOWA. 




RHODE-ISLAND, 




lames Harlan, 


1861 


James F. Simmons, 


1863 


James W. Grimes, 


1865 


Henry B. Anthony, 


1865 


KENTUCKY. 




SOUTH-CAROLINA. 




iohn J. Crittenden, 


1861 


James H. Hammond, 


1861 


Lazarus W. Powell, 


1865 


James M. Chesnut, 


1865 


LOUISIANA. 




TEXAS. 




lohn Slidell, 


1861 


J. Pinckney Henderson, 


1863 








J. W. Hemphill, 


1865 


MAINE. 




TENNESSEE. 




Hannibal Hamlin, 


1863 


Andrew Johnson, 


1863 


William P. Fessenden, 


1865 


A. 0. P. Nicholson, 


1865 


MASSACHUSETTS. 


VERMONT. 




Charles Sumner, 


1863 


Jacob Collamer, 


1861 


Henry Wilson, 


1865 


Solomon Foot, 


1863 


MARYLAND. 




VIRGINIA. 




James A. Pearce, 


1861 


James M. Mason, 


1863 


Anthony Kenned}', 


1863 


Robert M. T. Hunter, 


1865 


MICHIGAN. 




WISCONSIN, 




Zachariah Chandler, 


1863 


Charles Durkee, 


1861 


Kinsley jS, Bingham, 


1865 


James F, Doolittle, 


1863 



172 



THIRTY-SIXTH CONGRESS. 



HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, 



Speaker, 

Clerk, JAMES C. ALLEN. 



ALABAMA. 

James A. Stallworth, 
James L. Pugh, 
Davis Clapton, 
Sydenham Moore. 
George S, Houston, 
W. R. W. Cobb, 
Jabez L. M. Curry. 

ARKANSAS. 

T. C. Hindman, 
Albert Burt. 

CALIFORNIA. 

A. L. Dudley, 
Joseph C. McKibben. 

CONNECTICUT. 

D wight Loomis, 
John Woodruff, 
Alfred A. Burnham, 
OrisE. Berry. 

DELAWARE. 

Wm. G. Whitley. 

FLORIDA. 

George S. Hawkins. 

GEORGIA. 



John G. Davis, 
James Wilson, 
Schuyler Colfax, 
Charles Case, 
John U. Pettit. 

IOAVA. 

Samuel R. Curtis, 
W. Vandever. 

KENTUCKY. 

Henry C. Burnett, 
Samuel O. Peyton, 
Frank M. Briston, 
W. C Anderson, 
John Young Brown, 
Green Adams, 
Robert Mallory, 
Wm. G. Simms, 
Laban T. Moore, 
John W. Stevenson. 

LOUSIANA. 



ILLINOIS. 

Elihu B. Washburne, 
John F. Farnsworth, 
Owen Lovejoy, 
William Kellogg, 
Isaac N. Morris, 

James C. Robinson, 
Philip Fouke, 
John A. Logan. 

INDIANA. 

William E. Niblack, 
Wm. II. English, 
Wm. M. Dunn, 
Wm. S. Holman, 
David Kilgore, 
Albert G. Porter, 



MAINE. 

Daniel E. Somes, 
John i. Perry, 
Ezra B. French, 
Freeman H. Morse, 
Israel Washburne, jr. 
Stephen C. Foster. 

MASSACHUSETTS. 

Thomas D. Elliot, 
James Buffiington, 
Charles F. Adams, 
Alexander H. Rice, 
Anson Burlingame, 
John B. Alley, 
Daniel W. Gooch, 
Charles R. Train, 
Eli Thayer, 
Charles Delano, 
Henry L. Dawes. 

MARYLAND. 



MICHIGAN. 

George B. Cooper, 
Henry Waldron , 
Francis W. Kellogg, 
DeWitt C. Leach. 

MINNESOTA . 

Cyrus Aldrich. 

MISSISSIPPI. 

Lucius Q. C Lamar, 
Reuben Davis, 
Wm. Barksdale. 
Otho R. Singleton, 
John J. McRae. 

MISSOURI. 

J. R, Barrett, 
Thomas L. Anderson, 
John B. Clark, 
James Craig, 
Samuel H. Woodson, 
John S. Phelps, 
John W. Neal. 

NEW-HAMPSHIRE- 

Gilman Marstoh, 
Mason W. Tappan, 
Thomas M. Edwards. 

NEW- JERSEY. 

John T, Nixon, 
J. L. N. Stratton, 
,Garnett B. Adrian, 
Jetur R. Riggs, 
Wm. Pennington, 

NEW-YORK. 

Luther C. Carter, 
James Humphrey, 
Daniel E. Sickles, 
Thomas J. Barr, 
Wm. B. Maclay 
John Cochrane, 
George Briggs, 
Horace F. Clark, 
John B. Haskin, 
Chas. H. Van Wycli, 
Wm. S. Kenyon, 
Charles L. Beale, 
Abraham B. Olin, 
John H. Reynolds, 
James McKean, 
George W. Palmer. 



THIRTY-SIXTH CONGRESS. 



173 



Francis E. Spinner, 
Clark B. Cochrane, 
James H. Graham, 
Roscoe Conkling, 
R. Holland Duell, 
M. Lindley Lee, 
Charles B. Hoard, 
Charles R. Sedgwick, 
Martin Butterfield, 
Emory B. Bottle, 
Alfred Wells, 
Wm. Irvine, 
Alfred Gly, 
Augustus Frank, 
Silas M. Burroughs, 
Elbridge G.Spaulding. 
Reuben E. Fenton. 

NORTH-CAROLINA . 

W. ST. H. Smith, 
Thomas Ruffin, 
Warren Winslow, 
L. O'B. Branch, 
John A. Gilmer, 
John M. Leach, 
Burton Craige, 
J. B. Vance. 

. OHIO. 

George H. Pendleton, 
John A. Gurley, 
C. L. Vallandigham, 
Witham Allen, 
James M. Ashley, 
Wm. Howard, 
Thomas Corwin, 
Benjamin Stanton, 
John Carey, 
Carey A. Trimble, 
Charles D. Martin, 
Samuel S. Cox, 
John Sherman, 

Wm. Helmiok, 
Cydnor B. Thompson 
Thomas C. Theacker, 
Sidney Egerton, 



Edward Wfltde, 
John Hutchins, 
John A. Bingham. 

PENNSYLVANIA . 

Thos. B. Florence, 
Edward J. Morris, 
John Verree 
Wm. Milward, 
John Wood, 
John Hickman. 
H. C. Longnecker, 
John Schwartz, 
Thaddeus Stevens, 
John W. Kellinger, 
James H. Campbell, 
,George W, Scranton, 
Wm. H. Dimmick, 
Galusha A. Grow, 
James T. Hale, 
Benj. F. Jenkins, 
Edward McPherson, 
Samuel S. Blair, 
John Covode, 
Wm. Montgomery, 
James K. Morehead, 
Robert McKnight, 
Wm. Stewart, 
Chapin Hall, 
Elijah Babbit. 

RHODE-ISLAND. 

Christoph'r Robinson 
Wm. D. Brayton, 

SOUTH-CAROLINA. 

John McQueen, 
Wm. Porcher Miles, 
Lawrence M. Keitt, 
Millege L. Bonham, 
John D. Ashmore, 
Wm. W. Boyce. 

TENNESSEE. 

Thos. A. R. Nelson, 
Horace Maynard, 
,Ruse B. Brabson, 
Wm. B. Stokes, 
Robert Hatton, 



J. H. Thomas, 
John V. Wright, 
James M. Quarles. 
Emerson Etheridge, 
Wm. T. Avery. 

TEXAS. 

A. J. Hamilton, 
John H. Reagan. 

VIRGINIA. 

Muscoe R. H. Garnett, 
John S. Millson, 
D. C. Dejernette, 
Boyce A. Prior, 
Thomas S. Bocock, 
Shelton F. Leake, 
Wm. Smith, 
Alexander R. Boteler, 
John T. Harris, 
Sherrard Clemens, 
Albert G. Jenkins, 
H. A. Edmonclson, 
Elbert S. Martin. 

VERMONT. 

Ezekiel P. Walton, 
Justin S. Morrill, 
Homer E. Royce. 

WISCONSIN. 

John F. Potter, 
C. C. Washburne, 
Charles Larrabee. 

TERRITORIES. 

NEW-MEXICO. 

Miguel A. Otero. 

OREGON. 

Lansing Stout. 

UTAH. 

John M. Bernhisel. 

WASHINGTON. 

Isaac J. Stevens. 

KANSAS. 

Marcus J. Parrott, 

NEBRASKA. 

Fenner Ferguson. 



APPENDIX. 



Executive Appointments made September 23, 1859* 

Samuel D. Bell appointed Chief Justice of the Supreme Judicial 
Court, on and after September 30, vice Ira Perley resigned- Henry 
A. Bellows, Associate Justice in the S. J. Court, on and alter Sep- 
tember 30, vice George Y. Sawyer resigned; Charles Doe, of Do- 
ver, Associate Justice in the S. J. Court on and after October 31. 
1859. 

Justices of the Peace throughout the State — George W. Lawrence, 
Epping; John A. Holmes, Londonderry; John M. Staples, Rol- 
linsford; H. Beede, Meredith; John M. Shirley, Andover; Lyman 
T. Flint and George Tenney, Concord; James F. Briggs, Hillsbor- 
ough; Amos A Shattuck, Manchester. 

Justices in Quorum — Henry T. Hoitt, Eppiiig; Amos Paul. 
South-Newmarket; John H. Wiggin, Dover; Edward A. Rollins, 
Somersworth; Francis H. Morgan, Francestown, 

Justices of the Peace — Simeon Swett and John Stayers, Ports- 
mouth; Frederick T. George Epping; John W. Adams, Derry: 
Stephen Brown, Deerfield; \Vm. B. Lyman, Dover; John M. Sta- 
ples, Rollinsford ; Jacob D. Young, Barrington; Simeon Went- 
worth, Rochester; George W. Sanders and Harlan Jewett, Gil- 
ford; Levi W. Sanborn, Gilmanton; Wm.T. Norris, Sanbornton: 
Edward C. D. Kittredge and Isaac N. Blodgett, Concord; Joseph 
P. Stevens, Salisbury; Charles E. Perkins, Pittsfleld; Hiram B. 
Copp, Brookline; David Jones, Merrimack; Wm. French and 
Moses Clark, Wilton; Wm. Barrett, Nashua; Arthur Chase, Clare- 
mont; Franklin Tilton, Littleton; George W. Chapman, Haver- 
hill; Benj. Clark, Plymouth; Josiah Quincy, jr., Rumney. 

Notaries Public— Preston S. Smith, Concord; Steven G. Clark. 
Manchester. 

Correction.— Probate Court in Mason Village, on p. 57, instead 
of " Friday next following the fourth Tuesday in Nov. and Dec.,-' 
read u Friday next following the fourth Tuesday of March and 
N oyember 1 '— is correct in the Calendar pages. 



RAILROADS IJV NEW-HAMPSHIRE, 

Railroad Commissioners. 
Jeremy O. Nute, Farmington. 
Archibald II. Dunlap, Nashua. 
Merrill C. Forrest, Berlin. 
Willis H. Esty, Dover, Commissioner of Boston § Maine Rail- 
road. 

John Preston, New-Ipswich, Commissioner for Peterborough 
and Shirley Railroad. 

The increased number of pages devoted to statistics made it 
necessary to omit the Railroad Corporations for the present year; 
the officers of the several Roads remaining nearly all the same- 
Concord & Portsmouth is about the only exception. 



OBITUARY NOTICES. 



Samuel A. Kimball, Esq., of Concord, deceased October 14. 
1858, aged 76 years. Mr. Kimball was a native of Concord, lie 
graduated at Dartmouth College, 1806, and soon after entered 
upon a course of study for the practice of law, and was ad- 
mitted to the practice. He was chosen Clerk to the State Senate 
for the years 1813, 1814 and 1815. 

Samuel Fletcher, Esq., of Concord, October 28, 1858, aged 
73 years. Mr. Fletcher was born at Plymouth. He graduated at 
Dartmouth College in 1810, and soon after commenced a course of 
study for the practice of law, with the Hon. Samuel Green— was 
admitted to the practice, and opened an office in Concord. He 
was chosen one of the Representatives from Concord for the years 
1823 and 1825, and was one of the Trustees to Dartmouth College 
from 1835 to the time of his death. 

Hon. Daniel Hoit, of Sandwich, August 11, 1859, aged 81 
years. Mr. Hoit represented his town in the Legislature several 
consecutive years, beginning with 1811, and again in 1830, making 
nine years ; also in the Senate four years, and in the Council two 
years, 1825 and 1826. He was an active business man. 

Ira Folsom, Esq., of Gilford, August, 1859, aged 36 years. Mr. 
Folsom was born in Gilford ; graduated at Dartmouth College in 
1848; he studied law with C. H. Butters, Esq., of Pittsfield, was 
admitted to practice and opened an office at Gilford. 

Hon. Jonathan Harvey, of Sutton, August 23, 1859, aged 79 
years. Mr. Harvey represented his town in the Legislature 1813, 
'14, '15 ; was in the Senate seven years, six of which he was Presi- 
dent; also was in the Council 1823 and 1824. He was Representa- 
tive in Congress six years. 



176 OBITUARY. 

Gen. Joseph Low, of Concord, August 28, 1859, aged 69 years. 
Mr. Low was a native of Amherst, and became a resident in Con- 
cord about the year 1814. He entered the Army as a Lieutenant, 
in the war of 1812, with England, but soon after was appointed 
Paymaster. Mr. Low was Adjutant General in New-Hampshire 
from 1822 to 1840, and was the first mayor for the city of Concord, 
and served for the years 1853 and 1854. He was a man of great 
energy of character and business capacity, a good neighbor, a 
good citizen, and possessed of an open and liberal hand to the 
poor. 

Itev. Enos George, of Barnstead, October 20, 1859, aged 78 
years. Mr. George was born at South-Hampton, and obtained his 
education at Atkinson Academy ; was ordained over the Congrega- 
tional church at Barnstead at the age of 23, and remained its min- 
ister until his death, fifty-seven years. Mr. George taught school 
for the first twenty-five years, in different districts in his own 
town, and was Town-Clerk forty-five years. During this period 
he kept the books of the town with neatness, order and correctness. 



THE 



NEW-HAMPSHIRE 

ANNUAL REGISTER, 

AND 

UNITED STATES CALENDAR, 



FOR THE YEAR 



1861. 



BY G. PARKER LYON. 



No. XIi.-No. XVII. New Series* 

The earliest Register published was for 1772 : and afterward 

(now known to have heen published) were for the years 

1787, '88, '89, '94, '95. '96, '97, '98, 1800, and annually 

since — making trie aggregate of 70 numbers. 

The numbering commenced with 1822 

—the New Series with 1845. 



CONCOKD : 
PUBLISHED BY G. PARKER LYON. 

PRINTED BY M'PARLAND & JENKS. 



Entered according to an act of Congress, in the year 1860, 

BY G. PARKER LYON, 

In the Clerk's Office of the District Court of New-Hampshire. 



INDEX. 



Academies, 132 

Appropriations (Legislative), 28 

Attorney s-at-Law, 35 

Asylum for Insane, 136 

Board of Education, 131 

Biblical Institute, 135 

Banks, 138-145 

Calendar Pages, 5-16 

Change of Officers, 34 

Chandler School, 135 

City Officers, Manchester,.. .117 
' ; Portsmouth,.. .118 

" Concord, 119 

" Nashua, 119 

«■« Dover, 120 

Commissioners of Schools,. .131 
" Railroads, 150 

" Banks 138 

" Insurance.148 

Cattle, Diseases, 28 

Commissioners resident in 

New-Hampshire, 45 
In other States, 42 

Courts, Supreme Judicial,... 29 

Probate...... 32 

U. S. District, 159 

Clerks of Supreme Judicial, 29 
County Officers — 

Rockingham, 47 

Strafford,.. 57 

Belknap, 58 

Carroll 61 

Merrimack, , 65 

Hillsborough, 72 

Cheshire, 79 

Sullivan, 83 

Grafton, 87 

Coos, 94 

County Solicitors, 29 

Courts, days of sitting, see 
Cal. pages, also Law of,.. . 30 

Dartmouth College, 133 

Eclipses for 1861, 4 

Government of N. H., 21 

Council, 21 

Senate, 21 

Representatives, 22 

Government of U. S., 158 

Senate of U. S., 161 

Representatives, 162 

Historical Society, N. H.,. ..135 
Insurance Companies,. ..148-149 



Inspectors of Flour, 121 

" of Hops, 121 

" of Fish 121 

Judiciary, Justices, 29 

Judges, Probate, 31 

Judiciary, U. S., 159 

Literary Institutions, .132 

Militia of N. H., 97 

Officers, 1st Regiment,. . 

" Veterans, 

" Horse Guards, 99 
Returns of Companies, 100 
Statement of Organiza- 
tion, 100 

Medical Society, 112 

Ministers in N. H., 102-111 

Ministers, Foreign, 160 

Newspapers in N. H.,. ...164-165 

Notaries Public, 40 

Obituary, 167 

Physicians, 112-117 

Post-Offices — Postmasters,. ..154 

Postage Laws, 157-158 

Registers, Probate, 32 

Savings Banks, 145 

State Institutions : 
Asylum for the Insane, ... .136 
House of Reformation, — 137 

State Prison, 137 

Statistics : 

Acts passed in 1692, 17 

Note from Blackstone, 17 

Act in favor of Treasurer, 18 
Act to establish a Post- 

Office 19 

Sheriffs— Coroners — Jailers— 

Rockingham, 53 

Strafford, 54 

Belknap, 60-61 

Carroll, 64 

Merrimack, 71 

Hillsborough, 78 

Cheshire, 82-83 

Sullivan, 86 

Grafton, 93 

Coos 97 

Teachers' Association, 131 

Town Police Courts, 121 

Town-Clerks, 122-130 

Traveling Fees, 27 

Votes for Governor, 122-130 



ECLIPSES IN 1861, 



©Jan. 10th. ©July 7th. <t Dec. 17th. ©Dec. 31st 

There will be four Eclipses this year— three of the Sun and one 

of the Moon. 

I. The first will be an annular Eclipse of the Sun, January, the 
10th day, 10 o'clock and 36m. in the evening, invisible to any part 
of the United States. Moon's Lat. 9' 47, descending. 

II. The second will also be an annular Eclipse of the Sun, July, 
the 7th day, 9h. 20m. in the evening, invisible to any part of North 
America. 

III. The third will be a partial Eclipse of the Moon, December, 
17th day, 3h. 24m. Apparent time, in the morning, and visible. 

IV. The fourth and last during the year will be of the Sun, De- 
cember the 31st, 9h.,6m. in the morning. Middle of the Eclipse, 
8h. 13m. ; end, 9h. 5m. Duration, lh. 52m. Quantity eclipsed 
digits, and a fraction more on the southerly limb of the sun. This 
eclipse will be central and total in Long. 28° 44* W. of Greenwich 
and Lat. 8° 57 ' N. 



CHROlVOIiOGICALi CYCLES FOR 1861. 

Dominical Letter F 

Golden Number 19 

Epact 18 

Solar Cycle 22 

Roman Indiction 4 

Julian Period , 6,574 



1861.] JANUARY, 1st Month— 31 days. 5 


Length of Days, 


d.Ih.m. 

18 54 
2|8 54 
3,8 56 
4|8 56 


p.Ih.m.I Id., h.m 
5 8 66 9|9 
618 581 110(9 2 
7 8 58 111,9 4 

819 0||12|9 6 


|d.|h.m.||d.|h.m. 
J13 9 8| 17 9 16 
114,9 10 I18I9 18 
116 9 12, 19 9 20 
|16|9 14 |20|9 22 


J D.I H.M. 1 1 D.I H.M. II D.I H.M. 

12119 24 1 25,9 32||29|9 40 
22 9 26||26|9 34||30 9 42 
123,9 28i|27|9 361 1 1 
24 9 80 1 28|9 38 1 1 | 



Moon's Changes, Fulls and Quarters. 
d Last Quarter, 3d day, 9h. 5m. in the evening. — N. E. 
® New Moon, 10th day, lOh. 35m. in the evening. — N. W. 
D First Quarter, 18th day, llh. 5m. in the evening. — W. 
O Full Moon, 26th day, Oh. 9m. in the afternoon.— N. 



Courts — Supreme Judicial, 
Probate, U. S. District. 



A P. C. Keene, P. C. Dover, 
S. J. C, Law, Haverhill, P. 
C. Conway, P. C. Lancaster, 
S. J. C, Trial, Manchester. 



\ P. C. Portsmouth. 
\ P.C.Exeter. 



f S. J. C, Trial, Exeter, 
| P. C. Gilford, 
\ P. C. Littleton, 
I P. C. Keene. 



f S. J. C, Trial, Newport, 
| P. C. Manchester, 
\ P. C. Concord. 

\ P. C. Erancestown. 



{ P. C. Claremont. 



©r.,©s. 
h.m. h.m. 



27 
27 
28 
28 
28 
29 
29 
30 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
4 47 
4 48 
4 49 
4 50 
4 51 
4 53 



10 2 

11 18 
morn. 

31 

1 45 

3 

4 14 

5 23 

6 27 
sets. 
5 18 



j|s.j High 
h. m. water. 



6 

7 

8 

9 
10 
11 38 
morn 

38 

1 32 



rises, 

6 30 

7 40 

8 54 

10 9 

11 26 



55 
24 
21 
15 
29 
57 

8 1 

9 22 
10 14 

10 55 

11 37 
ev. 12 

43 



13 
46 
17 
52 
34 
29 
S3 
57 

8 15 

9 18 
10 

10 53 

11 U 
morn. 

12 

48 

1 23 

2 4 



6 FEBRUARY, 2d Month— 28 days. [1861, 


Length of Days. 


D.|H. M. 


D. 


H. M. 


Id.Ih.m.IId. h.m.| 


D. H.M. 


D.lH.M. 


D.lH.M. 


11 9 48 


5 


9 58 


1 9 10 6 


13110 18 


17 10 30 


21J10 40 


25110 52 


2 9 50 


6 


10 


10 10 10 1 


14110 20 1 


18 10 32 


22 10 44 


26110 54 


31 9 52 


7 


10 2 


1 11110 12 


15110 22 1 


19] 


36 


23 10 46 


27 10 58 


4| 9 56 


8 


10 4 


12|10 14| 


16 10 26| 


20 10 38 


24,10 48 


28,11 


Moon's Changes, Fulls and Quarters. 


d Last Quarter, 2d day, 5h. Om. in the morning. — S. 


|| New Moon, 9th day, 3h. 6m. in the evening. — S. W. 


D First Quarter, 17th day, 8h. 22m. in the evening. — S. W. 


O Full Moon, 24th day, llh. 46m. in the evening. — S. 


s 


£ 


Courts — Supreme Judicial, 


©r. 


©*- 


r.©s. 


High 


Q 


Q 


Probate, U. S. District. 


a.m. 


h.m. 


h. m. 


water. 


1 


Fri 




7 6 


4 54 


morn. 


2 50 


2 


Sa 




7 5 


4 55 


41 


3 15 


3 


Su 




7 4 


4 56 


1 54 


4 55 


4 


M 


f S.J. C.,Trial, Concord, P.O. 


7 2 


4 58 


3 5 


6 25 


5 


Tu 


■{ Keene, P. C. Somersworth, 


7 1 


4 59 


4 9 


7 53 


6 


W 


{ P. C. Tamworth. 


7 


5 


4 54 


9 1 


7 


Th 




6 59 


5 1 


5 40 


9 53 


8 


Fri 




6 58 


5 2 


6 12 


10 36 


9 


Sa 




6 57 


5 3 


sets. 


11 11 


10 


Su 




6 55 


5 5 


6 20 


11 41 


11 


M 




6 54 


5 6 


7 22 


ev. 12 


12 


Tu 


\ S. J. C, Trial, Dover. 


6 53 


5 7 


8 23 


40 


13 


w 




6 51 


5 9 


9 22 


1 9 


14 


Th 




6 50 


5 10 


10 23 


1 40 


15 


Fri 




6 49 


5 11 


11 23 


2 14 


16 


Sa 




6 47 


5 13 


morn. 


2 55 


17 


Su 




6 45 


5 15 


23 


3 46 


18 


M 


f P. C. Gilford, P. C. Keene, 
i P. C. Wentworth. 


6 44 


5 16 


1 26 


4 52 


19 


Tu 


6 42 


5 18 


2 26 


6 15 


20 


W 


<j P. C. Exeter. 


6 41 


5 19 


3 24 


7 42 


21 


Th 




6 40 


5 20 


4 8 


8 53 


22 


Fri 




6 38 


5 22 


4 53 


9 46 


23 


Sa 




6 37 


5 23 


5 27 


10 33 


24 


Su 




6 36 


5 24 


rises. 


11 13 


25 


M 




6 34 


5 26 


6 30 


11 50 


26 


Tu 


\ P. C. Concord, P. C. Nashua. 
\ P. C.Newport. 


6 33 


5 27 


7 50 


morn. 


27 


W 


6 31 


5 29 


9 9 


28 


28 


Th 




6 30 


5 30 


10 28 


1 7 



1861.] MARCH, 3d Month— 31 days. 

Length of Days. 



D.lH. M.l Id.Ih. M.l 


d.Ih. m. 


D. 


H. M. 


Id.Ih. M.l 


d.Ih. m.I 


l|ll 4|| 6 11 18 


ll| 11 32 


1<) 


11 48j|21|l2 2| 


26|12 16 


2|11 611 7ill 22| 


12111 34 


17 


11 50 |22|12 6| 


27112 20 


8|ll 10 j 8 11 24 


13|11 38 


IB 


11 52 


',23|12 8! 


28 12 22 


4111 1411 9111 261 


14111 42 


19 


11 56 


124112 10 1 


29112 26 


5|11 16!|10|ll 30 


15|ll 44 


20 


11 58 


I 25 | 12 14 


30|12 28 



Moon's Changes , Fulls and Quarters. 
d Last Quarter, 3d day, 2h. 20m. in the afternoon. — S. E. 
H New Moon, 11th day, 8h. 43m. in the morning. — S. E. 
D First Quarter, 19th day, Oh. 39m. in the afternoon. — E. 
Q Full Moon, 26th day, 9h. 25m. in the morning.— N. W. 



Courts — Supreme Judicial, 
Probate, U. S. District. 



©'*■ 

h.m. 



h.m, 



{ P. C. Amherst. 



r.®s. 
h. m. 



High 

water, 



Fri 

Sa 

Su 

M 

Tu 

W 

Th 

Fri 

Sa 

Su 

M 

Tu 

W 

Th 

Fri 

Sa 

Su 

M 

Tu 

W 

Th 

Fri 

Sa 

Su 

M 

Tu 

W 

Th 

Fri 

Sa 

Su 



f P. C. Dover, P. C. 
<( Corner, P. C. Keene, P.'C. 
[ Lancaster. 



Annual Town-Meeting in 
New- Hampshire. 



fU. S. D. C. Portsmouth, P 
I C. Portsmouth, P. C. Lisbon, 
\ P. C. Gilford, P. C. Keene. 
<j P. C. Exeter. 



f S.J. C, Trial, Gilford, P. C. 
-{ Concord, P. C. Manchester. 
■{ P. C. Claremont. 

<( P. C. Mason Village. 



11 44 

morn. 

58 

2 6 

2 53 

3 41 

4 19 

4 46 
5 

5 30 
sets. 

7 17 

8 18 

9 19 

10 19 

11 20 
morn. 

20 

1 17 

2 1 

2 48 

3 28 



1 49 

2 36 

3 33 

4 47 

6 15 

7 38 

8 46 

9 32 
10 9 

10 43 

11 14 
11 44 
ev. 13 

44 



9 31 
10 48 
morn 

1 



1 

54 

34 

25 

28 

47 

11 

8 28 

9 24 
10 18 

10 54 

11 34 
morn. 

14 

56 

1 43 

2 30 



APRIL, 4th Month— 30 days. 



[186L 



Length of Days 



d.Ih. m. 


D. 


H. M.l 


d.|h. m. 


d.Ih. m. 


Id.Ih. m. 


Id.Ih. m.I 


1 12 34 


6 


12 48 1 


11(13 2 


16|13 18 


2l|l3 30 


26|13 44 


2112 36 


7 


12 52 


12 13 6 


17113 20 


122113 34 


,27113 481 


3|l2 38 


8 


12 54 


13 


13 10 


18|]3 22 


|23|13 36 


|28 13 50 


4 12 42 


9 


12 56 


14 


13 12 


19113 26 


124113 38 


|29|13 521 


5|l2 46 


10 


13 


15 


13 14 


20|13 28 


|25! 13 42 


|30|13 54 1 



Moon's Changes, Fulls and Quarters. 
d Last Quarter, 2d day, lh. 36rn. in the morning. — E. 
@ New Moon, 10th day, 2h. 11m. in the morning. — N. E. 
D Eirst Quarter, 18th day, 2h. 2m. in the morning. — N. W, 
O Eull Moon, 24th day, 5h. 41m. in the evening.— E 



a t 



Courts — Supreme Judicial, 
Probate, TJ. S. District. 



h 



h.m. 



r.©s 
h. m. 



High 

water, 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

l 2l 

23 
24 

25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 



f S. J. C. Trial, Haverhill, P 
-j C. Farmington, P. C. Cott- 
le way, P. C. Keene. 
P. C. Exeter, Wednesday, 3d. 



\ S. J. C, Trial, Exeter. 



S. J. C, Trial, Ossipee, S. 
J. C, Trial, Keene, P.C. Gil 
ford, P. C. Haverhill, P. C 
Keene. 



f S.J. C., Trial, Lancaster, P 
\ C. Concord, P. C. Nashua. 
{ P. C. Newport. 

^ P. C. Francestown. 



43 

42 

41 

39 

37 

36 

5 34 

5 33 

32 

30 

29 

27 

25 

5 24 

5 23 

21 



6 

6 

6 

6 

6 

6 

6 

6 

6 

6 

6 33 

6 35 

6 36 
37 
39 
40 
41 
43 
44 
45 
47 

6 48 

6 49 

6 51 
52 
54 
55 
56 
57 



sets. 

8 19 

9 1 

10 22 

11 17 
morn. 

6 
52 



rises. 

8 27 

9 44 

10 53 

11 45 
morn. 

30 



3 30 

4 40 

5 55 

7 17 

8 15 

8 54 

9 46 
10 18 

10 51 

11 23 
11 54 
ev. 20 

1 3 



10 38 

11 20 
morn, 

4 

50 

1 36 

2 25 

3 17, 



1861. 



MAY, 5th Month— 31 days. 



Length of Days, 



Id.Ih. m. 
1)13 56 

2il8 58 
3|l4 

4114' 4 
5 14 6 



d.Ih. m.||d. 
6|14 8||11 
7 14 10 1 12 
6)14 12 1 13 
9114 14: [14 
j 10114 18 [J 15 



H. M. 


d.Ih. m. 


D. 


14 20 


16 14 30 


21 


14 22 


17114 32 


22 


14 24 


18|14 34 


23 


14 26 


19114 36 


24 


H 28 


20 14 38 


25 



H. M. |D.|H. M., 

14 40||26|14 501 
14 421 127|14 501 
14 44||28|14 52 1 
14 46 S9!14 54| 
14 48 130!J4 56 1 



Moon's Changes, Fulls and Quarters. 
d Last Quarter, 1st day, 2h. 51m, in the evening.— N. W. 
9 New Moon, 9th day, 6h. 27m. in the evening. — W. 
]) First Quarter, 17th day, llh. 23m. in the morning. — E. 
O Full Moon, 24th day, lh. 26m. in the morning. — S. 
d Last Quarter, 31st day, 5h. 7m. in the morning. — S. 



► 

W 

Th 

Fri 

Sa 

Su 

M 

Tu 

W 

Th 

Fri 

Sa 

Su 

M 

Tu 

W 

Th 

Fri 

Sa 

Su 

M 

Tu 

W 

Th 

Fri 

Sa 

Su 

M 

Tu 

W 

Th 

Fri 



Courts — Supreme Judicial, 
Probate, U. S. District. 



h.m 



© s. r.$s. High 
h.m.h. m. water. 



f S. J. O, Trial, Nashua, P. 
\ C. Tarn worth, P. C. Keene, 
[ P. G, Dover, P, C, Lancaster, 



f U. S, C. C. Portsmouth, P. C 
A Portsmouth. 
\ P. a Exeter, 



S. J. C, Trial, Plymouth, P, 
C. Keene, P, C. Gilford, P, 
i C. Plymouth, P. C Plaistow, 
P. C, Derry. 
P. C, 'Chester, 
P. a Deerfield. 

S. J. C, Trial, Dover, 
P. C. Concord, P, C. Man- 
chester, 
P. C. Claremont, 

•{ P. C. Peterborough. 

1* 



5 2 
5 1 
5 

4 58 
4 57 
4 56 
4 55 
4 54 
4 53 
4 51 
4 50 
4 49 
4 48 
4 47 
4 46 
4 45 
4 44 
4 43 
4 42 
4 41 
4 40 
4 39 
4 38 
4 37 
4 36 
4 35 
4 35 
4 34 
4 33 
4 32 
4 31 



5 
31 
52 
13 
33 
55 
20 
45 
sets. 

8 18 

9 18 
10 11 

10 55 

11 37 
morn. 

8 



4 14 

5 23 

6 28 

7 32 

8 27 

9 11 
9 51 

10 27 
I 3 

11 38 
ev. 15 

52 



36 
3 
31 
55 
4 
55 
35 
rises. 
9 32 

10 23 

11 1 
11 31 
11 57 
morn. 

18 



32 
11 
57 
49 
53 
7 
25 

8 34 

9 31 
10 23 

10 55 

11 56 
morn. 

41 

1 23 

2 6 

2 50 

3 34 

4 26 



10 JUNE, 6th Month— 30 days. [1861.J 


Length of Days. 


1 


D. H. M.I |D. 


H. M.I 


d.jh. m.]|d.|h. m.||d.|h. m.| d.|h. m. 






1 14 58 


1 6 


15 21 


11|15 6| 


I6J15 8 


21115 10 j 26 [ 15 10 






2 15 


1 7 


15 41 


12115 6 


17|15 10 


22|15 101 27115 8 






3 15 


1 8 


15 4| 


I3|l5 8|. 


18| 15 10 


93|15 10| 28(15 8 






4 15 2 


1 9 


15 41 


14115 8i 


191 15 10 


24(15 10: 29|15 8 






5 15 2 


|10 


15 6||15|15 8| 


20(15 10 


|85 15 10! 30|l5 8 




Moon's Changes, Fulls and Quarters. 


\ £ New Moon, 8th day, 8h. 55m. in the morning. — S. E. 


D First Quarter, 15th day, 5h. 31m. in the evening. — S. 


O Full Moon, 22d day, 9h. 36m. in the morning.— N. W. 


d Last Quarter, 29th day, 9h. 53m. in the evening. — N. E 


i* £ 


Courts — Supreme Judicial, 


©r. 


©s. 


r.®s. 


High 


[ i p 


Probate, U. S. District. 


h.m. 


h.m. 


h. m. 


water. 


IIS* 


i 


4 31 


7 29 


38 


5 26 


2 Si 


J 


4 30 


7 30 


57 


6 27 


3M 


1 S. J. C, Law, Manchester, 
a -{ P. C. Somersworth, P. C. 


4 30 


7 30 


1 21 


7 32 


4T 


4 29 


7 31 


1 43 


8 25 


5 rw 


r I Keene, P. C. Ossipee Corner. 


4 29 


7 31 


2 13 


9 17 


6T 


h 


4 29 


7 31 


2 45 


10 


7F] 


ri 


4 28 


7 32 


3 22 


10 41 


8,S< 


i 


4 28 


7 32 


sets. 


11 22 


9 ! S 


u 


4 28 


7 32 


8 49 


11 58 


10,M 




4 27 


7 33 


9 32 


ev. 37 


11|T 


u 


4 27 


7 33 


10 8 


1 13 


I2j^ 


T A P. C. Exeter. 


4 27 


7 33 


10 38 


1 53 


13JT 


h 


4 26 


7 34 


11 3 


2 31 


14F 


ri 


4 26 


7 34 


11 29 


3 16 


15S 


a 


4 26 


7 34 


11 54 


4 9 


16 S 


u 


4 26 


7 34 


morn. 


5 20 


171V! 


[ f S.i J. C.,Law, Exeter, U.S.D. 


4 25 


7 35 


19 


6 40 


18T 


u \ C. Exeter, P. C. Keene, P. 


4 25 


7 35 


47 


7 59 


19^ 


¥ 1 C. Gilford, P.C. Canaan. 


4 25 


7 35 


1 22 


9 10 


20 1 


h 


4 25 


7 35 


2 6 


10 7 


21 F 


ri 


4 25 


7 35 


2 55 


10 56 


22 S 


a 


4 25 


7 35 


rises. 


11 44 


23 S 


u 


4 25 


7 35 8 50 


morn. 


241V 


[ 


4 25 


7 35 


9 24 


23 


251 


'u ■{ P. C. Concord, P. C. Nashua. 


4 25 


7 35 


9 53 


1 


26 V 


7 ■{ P. C. Newport. 


4 25 


7 35 


10 15 


1 36 


271 


'h 


4 26 


7 34 


10 38 


2 10 


28 F 


ri <{ P. C. Amherst. 


4 26 


7 34 


10 55 


2 49 


29 S 


a 


4 26 


7 34 


11 20 


3 27 


30 S 


u 


4 26 


7 34 


li 41 


4 13 



1861.] JULY, 7th Month— 31 days. 1 1 




Length of Days. 


1 l 


).|h. m.I Id. 


H. M. 


[d.ih. m.I 


D.sH. M. 


d.Ih. m. 1 


d.Ih. m 


. 1 i 


| 


1|15 6] 6 


15 4 


ll|l4 58 1 


16|14 50 


21|14 42 , 


26 14 34 j 


i 


2 15 6|| 7 


15 2 


12114 561 


17114 48 


22114 40 1 27 j 14 32 | 


1 


3,15 61 8 


15 2 


13|14 54 | 


18|l4 46 


23|l4 38 |88|14 30 | 


1 


4115 41 1 9 


15 


14114 54 1 


191 14 44 


24114 3G 1 


29114 28 1 


1 


5|15 4|j-10 


15 


15|l4 52 1 


20 | 14 44 


|25|l4 34 | 


30|14 26 j 


Moon's Changes, Fulls and Quarters. 


® New Moon, 7th day, 9h. 24m. in the evening. — N. W. 


j) First Quarter, 14th day, 9h. 57m. in the evening — S. W. 


O Full Moon, 21st day, 7h. 15m. in the evening.— E. 


d Last Quarter, 29th day, 3h. lm. in the afternoon. — N. W\ 


& 


'> 


Courts — Supreme Judicial, 
Probate, U. S. District. 


©r. 


©s 


r.®s. 


High 


1 


fi 


h. m 


h.m 


h. m. 


water . 


M 


1 f S. J. C, Law, Keene, P. (J. 


4 27 


7 33 


morn. 


5 14 


2 


Tu { Conway, P. C. Keene, P. C. 


4 27 


7 33 


8 


6 22 


3 


W 


[ Rochester, P. C. Berlin. 


4 27 


7 33 


36 


7 33 


4 


Th 




4 28 


7 32 


1 4 


8 27 


5 


Fri 




4 28 


7 32 


1 54 


9 31 


6 


Sa 




4 28 


7 32 


2 46 


10 18 


7 


Su 




4 29 


7 31 


sets. 


11 1 


8 


M 1 


4 29 


7 31 


8 2 


11 39 


9 


Tu 


<! P. C. Portsmouth. 


4 30 


7 30 


8 34 


ev. 16 


10 


W 


<j P. C. Exeter. 


4 30 


7 30 


9 1 


51 


11 


Th 




4 31 


7 29 


9 29 


1 28 


12 


Fri 




4 32 


7 28 


9 53 


2 9 


13 


Sa 




4 33 


7 27 


10 22 


2 49 


14 


Su 




4 33 


7 27 


10 47 


3 39 


15 


M 


f S. J. C, Law, Lancaster, P. 
\ C. Keene, P. C. Gilford, P. 


4 34 


7 26 


11 19 


4 43 


16 


Tu 


4 35 


7 25 


11 58 


6 9 


17 


W 


LC. Bristol. 


4 36 


7 24 


morn. 


7 42 


13 


Th 




4 37 


7 23 


44 


8 58 


19 


Fri 




4 38 


7 22 


1 38 


9 56 


20 


Sa 




4 38 


7 22 


2 38 


10 43 


21 


Su 




4 39 


7 21 


rises. 


11 23 


22 


M 


f P. C. Concord, P. C. Man- 


4 40 


7 20 


7 57 


11 58 


23 


Tu 


•{ Chester. 


4 41 


7 19 


8 13 


morn. 


24 


W 




4 42 


7 18 


8 35 


32 


85 


Th 




4 43 


7 17 


8 57 


1 3 


26 


Fri 


{ P. C. Francestown. 


4 44 


7 16 


9 19 


1 35 


27 


Sa 




4 45 


7 15 


9 41 


2 7 


28 


Su 




4 46 


7 14 


10 5 


2 44 


29 


M 




4 46 


7 14 


10 33 


3 25 


30 


Tu 




4 47 


7 13 11 8 


4 17 


31 


W 


{ P. C. Claremont. 


4 48 


7 12111 57 


5 26 



12 



AUGUST, 8th Month— 31 days. 



[1861, 



Length of Days. 



Jd.Ih. m. 


D. 


H. M.I 


D.lH. M.I 


1|14 22 


e| 14 10 


11|13 58 


| 2114 20 


7 14 6| 


12113 56! 


1 3|14 38 


8 


14 4| 


13,23 52 | 


4 14 14 


9 


14 21 


14113 501 


1 5|14 12 


10 


14 0| 


15|13 48 | 



h. m.Md.Ih. m. 
13 46M21|13 34 
13 441 1 221 13 30 
13 42 I |23|13 28 
13 38;|24|13 26 j 



13 36|125|13 22f 30 



K. M. 

13 20 1 
13 161 
13 14| 
13 101 
13 8 



Moon's Changes, Fulls and Quarters. 
9 New Moon, 6th day, 8h. 3m. in the morning.— 8. E. 
D First Quarter, 13th day, 2h. 27m. in the morning. — N. W. 
O Full Moon, 20th day, 7h. 4m. in the morning. — W. 
d Last Quar ter, 28th day, 8h. 38m. in the morning. — N. E 






Courts — Supreme Judicial, 
Probate, U« S. District. 



h. m, 



3 s- 

h.m. 



r.@s. High 
h. m. water 



liTh 


2Fri 


3 


Sa . 


4 


Su 


, 5 


M 


6 


Tu 


7 


W 


8 


Th 


9 


Fri 


10 


Sa 


11 


Su 


12 


M 


13 


Tu 


14 


W 


15 


Th 


16 


Fri 


17 


Sa 


18 


Su 


19 


M 


20 


Tu 


21 


W 


22 


Th 


23 


Fri 


24 


Sa 


25 


Su 


26 


M 


27 


Tu 


28 


W 


29 


Th 


30 


Fri 


31 


Sa 



P. C. Tamworth, P. C. Plais- 
tow, P. C. Keene, P„ C. Do- 
ver. 

P. C. Deny. 

P. C. Chester. 

\ P. C. Deerfield. 



\ P. C. Exeter. 



f S.J. C, Trial, Concord, P. C. 
A Gilford, P. C. Wentworth, 
I P. C. Keene. 



■I P. C. Concord, P. C. Nashua. 
■j P. C. Newport. 

■{ P. C. Peterborough. 



4917 11 
50J7 10 

M.7 
53|7 

54!7 
55i7 
5717 
58|7 



4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 

4 5 
5 

5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 

5 9 
5 11 
5 12 
5 13 
5 15 
5 16 
5 17 
5 19 

20 
22 
23 
25 
26 



6 59 
\ 6 58 
t6 56 
>6 55 
>6 54 
'6 53 
*6 52 
16 51 

6 49 
!6 48 
!6 47 
>6 45 
16 44 
'6 43 
)6 41 
)6 40 
J 6 38 
5 6 37 
16 35 
i6 34 



28 6 32 



morn. 

32 

1 32 

2 34 

3 36 
sets. 
7 29 

7 57 

8 22 

8 50 

9 22 
10 O 

10 46 

11 36 
morn, 

38 

1 43 

2 54 

4 4 
rises. 

7 3 
7 25 

7 49 

8 II 

8 38 

9 10 
9 46 

10 32 

11 20 
morn. 

O 24 



7 

8 1 

9 6 
9 57 

10 40 

11 18 
11 55 
ev.31 

1 8 

1 46 

2 29 

3 22 

4 32 

6 2 

7 35 

8 48 

9 44 

10 26 

11 3 
11 36 
morn. 

6 



1861. 



SEPTEMBER, 9th Month— 30 



13) 



Length of Days. 



|d.|h. m. 


d.Ih. m. 


d.Ih. m. 


D. 


H. M. 


|D.|H. M.I 


d.Ih. m.I 


1 1|13 2 


6 12 48 


Il|j2 34 


16 


12 18 


21(12 6| 


26|ll 50 


1 2113 


7112 44 


12112 32 


17 


12 16 


22112 21 


27111 461 


1 3|12 56 


8|12 42 


13112 28 


18 


12 14 


23)11 58| 


28|li 44 | 


1 4112 52 


9112 40 


14112 24 


19 


12 10 


24111 561 


29111 421 


| 5|12 50 


|10|12 36 


15|l2 22 


20 


12 8 


25|11 52 


30|11 40 



Moon's Changes, Fulls and Quarters. 
H New Moon, 4th day, 5h. 29m. in the evening. — N. W. 
D First Quarter, 11th day, 8h. 36m. in the morning. — N. E. 
O Full Moon, 18th day, 9h. 23m. in the evening.— S. E. 
d Last Quarter, 27th day, Ih. 49m. in the morning. — S. E. 



Courts — Supreme Judicial, 
Probate, U. S. District. 



h.m. 



h.m. 



*s. 



h. m. 



High 

water. 



f S. J. C, Trial, Dover, S. J, 
I C, Trial, Amherst, S. J. C. ; 
-J Trial, Newport, P. C. Ossi- 
pee Corner, P. C. Panning- 
ton, P. C. Keene,P. C. Cole- 
brook. 



\ P. C. Portsmouth. 
{ P. C. Exeter. 



f U. S. D. C. Portsmouth, P. 
\ C. Gilford, P. C. Keene, P. 
[ C. Lisbon. 



f S. J. C, Trial, Gilford, P. C. 
{ Concord, P. C. Manchester. 
\ P. C. Claremont. 



29 
30 
32 
34 
35 
36 
38 
39 
40 
42 
43 
44 
46 
48 
50 
51 
52 
5 53 
5 55 



31 
30 
28 
26 
25 
24 
22 
21 
20 
1 

17 
16 
6 14 
6 12 
6 11 
6 9 
6 
6 



\ P. C. Amherst. 



1 27 

2 36 

3 47 
sets. 

6 29 

7 7 

7 30 

8 5 

8 49 

9 37 

10 34 

11 45 
morn. 

52 

2 1 

3 10 

4 17 
rises 
6 2 



6 24 

6 46 

7 1 

7 54 

8 35 

9 22 

10 20 

11 20 
morn 

24 

1 34 



8 46 

9 36 

10 23 

11 2 
11 39 
ev. 23 

55 

1 37 

2 24 

3 21 

4 32 

6 1 

7 29 

8 36 

9 28 
10 6 

10 42 

11 18 
11 44 
morn. 

14 
45 



19 
55 
37 

28 

28 

45 

9 



8 18 



14 



OCTOBER, 10th Month-— 31 days. [1861. 



Length of Days. 



d.Ih. m. 


D. 


H. M. 


|d.|h. m. 


D. 


H. M. 


Id. 


H. M. 


D..H. M. 


l|ll 36 


6 


11 22 


Illlll 8 


16 


10 52 


121 


10 38 


26|l0 24| 


Sill 34 


7 


11 18 


1 121 1 1 6 


17 


10 50 


m 


10 34 


27110 20 


3 11 30 


8 


11 16 


|13|ll 2 


18 


10 48 


123 


10 32 


28|l0 18 


4,11 26 


9 


11 14 


114110 58 


19 


10 44 


|24 


10 30 


29110 16 


5|11 24 


10 


11 10 


1 15 1 10 56 


|20 


10 40 


|25 10 26 


30110 14 



Moon's Changes, Fulls and Quarters. 
9 New Moon, 4th day,*2h. 23m. in the morning. — N. E. 

D First Quarter, 10th day, 5h. 38m. in the evening. — S. 
O Full Moon, 18th day, 2h. 9m. in the evening.— N. E. 

d Last Quarter, 20th day, 5h. 26m. in the evening.— N. 



Courts — Supreme Judicial, 
Probate, U. S. District. 



©r. 


©s- 


r.®s. 


High 


h.m. 


h.m. 


h. m. 


water. 


6 12 


5 48 


2 47 


9 16 


6 13 


5 47 


3 57 


10 1 


6 15 


5 45 


5 5 


10 45 


6 17 


5 43 


sets. 


11 26 


6 18 


5 42 


6 10 


ev. 6 


6 19 


5 41 


6 53 


51 


6 21 


5 39 


7 42 


1 36 


6 22 


5 38 


8 42 


2 26 


6 23 


5 37 


9 46 


3 24 


6 25 


5 35 


10 54 


4 31 


6 26 


5 34 


morn. 


5 49 


6 27 


5 33 


1 


7 9 


6 29 


5 31 


1 11 


8 12 


6 31 


5 29 


2 19 


9 1 


6 32 


5 28 


3 21 


9 45 


6 34 


5 26 


4 27 


10 17 


6 35 


5 25 


5 25 


10 51 


6 36 


5 24 


rises. 


11 23 


6 38 


5 22 


5 30 


11 56 


6 40 


5 20 


6 3 


morn. 


6 41 


5 19 


6 42 


30 


6 43 


5 17 


7 25 


1 5 


6 44 


5 16 


8 20 


1 43 


6 45 


5 15 


9 17 


2 23 


6 47 


5 13 


10 17 


3 9 


6 48 


5 12 


11 23 


4 


6 50 


5 10 


morn. 


5 14 


6 51 


5 9 


31 


6 28 


6 52 


5 8 


1 42 


7 44 


6 53 


5 7 


2 54 


8 48 


6 55 


5 5 


4 10 


9 40 



Tu 
W 

Th 

Fri 

Sa 

Su 

M 

Tu 

W 

Th 

Fri 

Sa 

Su 

M 

Tu 

W 

Th 

Fri 

Sa 

Su 

M 

Tu 

W 

Th 

Fri 

Sa 

Su 

M 

Tu 

W 

Tli 



i S. J. C, Trial, Haverhill 
| P. C. Dover, P. C. Conway, 
I P. C. Keene. 



<{ U. S. C. Court, Exeter. 
-{ P. C. Exeter. 



f S. J C, Trial, Ossipee, S. J. 
I C, Trial, Portsmouth, S. J. 
{ C, Trial, Keene, P. C. Gil- 
| ford, P. C. Haverhill, P. C 
(^ Keene. 



f S. J. C, Trial, Lancaster, P. 
5j C. Concord, P. C. Nashua. 



■{ P. C. Francestown. 



<J P. C. Newport. 



1861.1 NOVEMBER, 11th Month— 30 days. 15 


Length of Days. 




D. H. M.l 


D.JH. M. |D.|H. M. 


|d.|h. M.l 


D. 


a. m.||d.|h. m.| 






1 10 b| 


6|9 56 | 


11(9 44 


16|9 32 1 


21 


3 22 1 


26!9 12 






2 10 6 


719 52! 


12 9 42 


17(9 301 


22 


} 201 


'27,9 101 






3 10 4j 


8|9 5C| 


13|9 38 


18|9 28 1 


23 


y is 


28|9 10 1 






4 10 0, 


9,9 481 


14 9 36 


1919 26; 


24 


) 161 


2919 8| 






5 9 58||10|9 46 1 


159 34 


|20|9 24 


25 < 


) 14| 


30|9 6| 




Moon's Changes, Fulls and Quarters. 


© New Moon, 2d day, llh. 35m. in the morning. — S. 


D First Quarter, 9th day, 6h. 1 6m. in the morning. — N. 


Full Moon, 17th day, 8h. 35m. in the morning.— N. W. 


d Last Quarter, 25th day, 6h. 35m. in the morning.— S. 


a i 


Courts — Supreme Judicial, 
Probate, 17. S. District. 


©r. 


©s- 


r.®s.| High 


Q fl 


h. m 


h. m. 


h. m.| water. 


IFi 


•i 


6 56 


5 4 5 29 10 26 


2 Si 


t f P. C. Keene, P. C. Lancas- 


6 57 


5 3 


sets. 


11 11 


3 Si 


J ter, P. C. Somersworth, P. 


6 58 


5 2 


5 31 


11 56 


4M 


C. Tamworth, P. C. Ports- 


7 


5 


6 26 


ev. 43 


5T 


n -j mouth. 

r | P. C. Exeter. 


7 1 


4 59 


7 34 


1 30 


6W 


7 2 


4 58 


8 43 


2 18 


7T 


h 


7 4 


4 56 


9 55 


3 10 


8Fi 


'i 


7 5 


4 55 


11 5 


4 7 


9 Si 


i » 


7 6 


4 54 


morn. 


5 11 


10 Si 


u 


7 7 


4 53 


14 


6 18 


11 M 




7 8 


4 52 


1 17 


7 24 


12T 


u 


7 9 


4 51 


2 21 


8 20 


13 W 


r 


7 11 


4 49 


3 21 


9 6 


14 T 


h 


7 12 


4 48 


4 20 


9 47 


15F] 


*i 


7 13 


4 47 


5 21 


10 24 


16 S^ 


i 


7 14 


4 46 


6 19 


11 1 


17 S 


D 


7 15 


4 45 


rises. 


11 36 


18 M 


f S. J. C, Trial, Plymouth, P. 
u \ 0. Keene, P.C. Plymouth, P. 


7 16 


4 44 


5 13 


morn. 


19 T 


7 17 


4 43 


6 15 


4 


20^ 


r ( C. Gilford. 


7 18 


4 42 


7 11 


47 


21 T 


h 


7 19 


4 41 


8 10 


1 23 


22 F 


ri 


7 20 


4 40 


9 14 


2 2 


23 S 


a 


7 21 


4 39 


10 17 


2 47 


24 S 


u 


7 22 


4 38 


11 25 


3 30 


25 M 


. f P. C. Concord, P. C. Man- 
u -{ Chester. 


7 23 


4 37 


morn. 


4 25 


26 T 


7 24 


4 36 


31 


5 32 


27^ 


T \ P. C. Claremont. 


7 25 


4 35 


1 47 


53 


28 T 


h 


7 25 


4 35 


2 59 


8 4 


29 F 


ri \ P. C. Mason Village. 


7 26 


4 34 


4 15 


9 8 


30|S 


a 


7 27 


4 33 


5 36 


10 5 



16 DECEMBER, 12th Month— 31 days. [1861. 


Length of Days. 


d.Ih.m.I 
19 61 
219 4| 
3|9 2| 
4j9 


d.|h.m.| 
519 0| 
6 8 581 

718 58 | 
8|8 56] 


D.JH.M. 

9 8 54 
1018 54 

11 8 54 
12j 8 52 


D.|H.M. 

1316 52 

14|8 52 

15 8 52 

16 8 50 


D. 

17 

18 
19 
20 


H.M.I 

8 501 

8 50| 
8 501 
8 50 1 


d.|h.m.| 
2118 50 
22|8 50 
23 8 50 
24|8 50 


D. 

25 

26 

27 
28 


H.M.I 

8 501 
8 50 1 
8 52j 
8 52 1 


d.|h.m. 
2918 52 
30|8 54 



Moon's Changes, Fulls and Quarters. 
$ New Moon, 1st day, 9h. 44m. in the evening. — N. W. 
D First Quarter, 8th day, Oh. 33m. in the afternoon. — W. 
O Full Moon, 17th day, 3h. 27m. in the morning.— S. W. 

4 Last Quarter, 24th day, 5h. 7m. in the evening. — N. 
New Moon, 31st day, 9h. 7m. in the morning. — S. E. 



Courts — -Supreme Judicial, 
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LEGISLATIVE ACTS 

OF EAKLY DATE IIS T NEW-HAMPSHIRE. 



In this age of steam power printing presses and rail-^ 
roads, when a steam printing press is made capable of 
flinging off the enormous number of 25,000 impressions 
per hour, it would appear a slow process of preparing 
and circulating the laws to towns which might have been 
passed under Lieut. Gov. Usher, beginning March 1, 
1692, in the Province of New-Hampshire. But the 
formidableness of the labor is very much reduced when 
it is to be considered that there were but four towns to 
be supplied at this time. 

"ACTS AND LAWS 

Passed by the Gerier all Assembly of the Maj.ties Province 
of New-Hampshire begun at Great Island the first of 
March, 1691* And continued by adiournment vnto Tues- 
day 25 July following." f 

I An Act for the Treasurer to pay for the Coppies of the 
Lawes of this Province. 
Be it enacted by the Lievt. Govern er Councill and 
Representatives convened in Generall Assembly, And it 

*At this period the new year commenced with the 25th of 
March, and the custom of dating from January 1, to March 25. 
was thus : 169| or 1692-3. 

t All acts passed took their date on the first day of the session, 
unless otherwise specified in the acts, according to Blackstone's 
Commentary. 

" Precedents and rules must be followed, even when they are 
flatly absurd and unjust, if'they are agreeable to ancient princi- 
ples. If an act of Parliament had been brought in at the close of 
a, session, and passed on the last day, which made an innocent act 
criminal, or even a capital crime ; and if no day was fixed for the 
commencement of its operation, it had the same efficacy as if it 
had been passed on the first day of the session ; and all who, dur- 
ing a long session, had been doing an act, which at the time was 
legal and inoffensive, were liable to suffer the punishment pre- 
scribed by the statute." — Blackstone^s Com., note by Christian. 



18 STATISTICS. 

is hereby ordered enacted and ordained by the authority 
of the same, that the Secretary of this Province doe 
forthwith from time to time send to each towne within 
this Province Coppies fairely written of all the Lawes 
that shall from time to time be made by the Lievt. Gov- 
ern er Councill and Generall Assembly for this Province, 
And that the fees for the same shall be payd by the 
Treasurer out of the Publick Kevenue. 

John Usher, Lievt, Gov.r. 
John Billman, Speaker. 
Tho. Davis, Sec.ry." 



Some years since, in the examination of parts of old 
MS. books, bound in parchment, containing acts passed 
by the "Generall Assembly," under the rule of Lieut. 
Gov. John Usher, in 1.692 and after, I discovered an act 
passed to establish & post-office in Portsmouth, and post 
routes to other places. 

After reading the act and examining it with s6me care, 
I came to the conclusion that in all probability it must 
be the first post-office and post routes established in the 
British Colonies in North-America through regal, and 
by colonial power. 

The next thing was to establish this to be a fact. As 
the question had not been called up before to my knowl- 
edge, there were necessarily some difficuties to contend 
with in order to satisfactorily show to the public at this 
period, that New-Hampshire had the right of the first 
claim. 

After examining the Colonial Records of Massachu- 
setts, I sent the following Query to the "Historical 
Magazine and Notes and Queries," which was published 
in volume 3, and answers to the same: ""Which of the 
original thirteen States first established a post-office by 
an act of its Legislature, rates of postage, and routes 
connecting with other Colonies?" 

The above claim as yet has not been refuted. 

" An act for Setting a Post office within this Province" 

Whereas Thomas Neal Esq. for himselfe his Executer 
Adm.er and assignes hes obtained from their most Excel- 



STATISTICS. 19 

ent Majest.s full power and authority by Letters Patten ts 
wilder the great Seale of England bearing date the seven- 
;eenth day of February 1691 to Erect Settle and establish 
vithin their Said Majest.s Colonies and Plantations in 
America an office or offices for the receiueing and dis- 
pelling of Letters and Packquetts according to direction 
aider Such Kates and Sumes of money as the Planters 
Shall agree to give and forasmuch as application has 
>een made to the Lievt. Govern. r and Councill for 
Encouragement in this affaire Be it therefore Enacted 
aid ordained by the Lievt. Govern. r Councill and Kepre- 
entatives convened in Generall Assembly And it is 
lereby Enacted and ordained by the Authority of the 
ame That a Post office and officer be henceforth appointed 
aid Settled in Some convenient place within the Towne 
>f Portsmouth for receiueing and dispatching away 
iccording to direction all Letters and Pacquetts that 
Shall be brought thereinto And no person or persons 
vhatSoever Shall presume to carry or recarry any Letter 
>r Letters for hire but only Such as belong to the Post 
)ffice deriueing their power and Authority from the 
tfore S.d Thomas Neal Except Such Letters of Merchants 
aid Masters which Shall be sent by any Masters of any 
Ship boat or other Vessell of Marchandize or by any 
)ther person Employed by them for the cartage of Such 
setters afores.d according to the respectiue directuos and 
tlsoe precept Letters to be sent by any private friend or 
riends in their way of Journey or Travell or by any 
klessenger or Messengers Sent on purpose for or concern - 
ng the private affaires of any person or persons And 
whoever offends against this Act Shall forfeit the Sume 
>f Ten pounds one halfe to their Maj.ties Stewards the 
Support of the Goverm.t of this Province the other halfe 
■o the Post Master Generall * who Shall Sue and prosecute , 
or the Same And it is hereby further Enacted by the 
Authority afore S.d that all Letters and Pacquetts 
>rought Into this Port from beyond Sea (other then such 
Letters as are before Excepted) Shall by the Importer be 
brthwith delivered at the Post house or to the officer 
>elonging thereunto which officer Shall pay a halfe 

*The Postmaster-General was probably the Patentee, Thomas 
Seal. 



20 STATISTICS. 

penney to the Importer for each Letter or Pacquett So 
delivered and for each Letters So brought in from beyond 
Sea Shall be payd by the person to whom directed Two 
pence and for a Pacquett quantity no lesse then Three 
Letters besides Bills of Ladeing Invoyces Gazetts per four 
Pence and for each Letter brought from Boston into this 
Province not exceeding sixpence and double for a Pac- 
quett and So proporconably for Letters on this Side Bos- 
ton and for all other Letters from beyond Boston Shall 
be paid what is the accoustomary allowance in the Gov- 
erm.t from whence they come And it is hereby also 
further Enacted and ordained by the Authority afore S.d 
That in case any officer belonging to the Post office Shall 
omit their duty in keeping constant Posts for the carry- 
ing of Letters to the Sever all places and Stages appointed 
or Shall neglect Seasonably and faithfully to deliver forth 
Letters according to the intent of this Act Such officer 
so offending Shall forfeit the Sume of five pounds ye one 
halfe to their Majesties the other halfe to the party 
agreuied who Shall Sue for the Same And all Letters 
concerning their Maj.ies Service Shall be received and 
dispached away with all possible Speed according to their 
direction free of all charge and without demanding pay 
for the Same any thing herein before contained to the 
contrary notwithstanding And it is further Enacted and 
ordained that the Officer of the Post house having Licence 
Granted to Eetaile Bear Cyder and Ale within doors 
according to Law Shall have his Excise free and no offi- 
cer of the Excise shall demand any thing of him for the 
Same and his person to be excused from watching and 
warding Provided alwayes that this Act nor any thing 
therein contained Shall continue in force any longer theen 
Three years from and after the publication thereof. 

John Usher (Lieut. Gov.) 

John Billman Speaker.) 

Tho. Davis, Sec.y 



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GOVERNMENT OF NEW-HAMPSHIRE. 

FKOM JUNE 6, 1860, TO JUNE 5, 1861. 
EXECUTIVE. 

GOVERNOR, 
His Excellency ICHABOD GOODWIN, Portsmouth. 

Salary, .$1,000. 



COUNCILLORS. 

Reed P. Clark, Londonderry, District No. 1. 

Daniel Sawyer, Alton, " " 2. 

Moody Currier, Manchester, " " 3. 

Robert Elwell, Langdon, " " 4, 

Denison E. Burnham, Plymouth, " "5. 

$2 PER DAY. 



Salary. 
Thomas L. Tttllock, Concord, Secretary of State, $800. 
Allen Tenny, Concord, Deputy Secretary, Sal. & Fees. 
Peter Sanborn, Concord, State Treasurer, $600. 

Asa McFarland, Concord, State Printer. 

LEGISLATIVE. 

SENATE. 

George S. Towle, President, $2.50 per day. 

Clement March, Portsmouth, District No. 1. 

Joseph Blake, Kaymond, " " 2. 

Herman Poster, Manchester,.. " " 3. 

David Morrill, Jr., Canterbury, " " 4, 

John D. Lyman, Farmington,..* " "5, 

Eli Wentworth, Milton, " *> 6, 

Hosea Eaton, New-Ipswich, " " 7. 

Walter Harriman, Warner, " •" 8. 

Thomas Fisk, Dublin, " " 9. 

Jesse Slader, Acworth, " "10, 

George S. Towle, Lebanon, " "11. 

William A. Burns, Kumney, " " 12, 

$2 PER DAY. 

Greenleaf Cummings, Lisbon, Clerk, $2.50 per day. 
Wm. A. Preston. New-Ipswich, As. Clerk, $2,50 per day* 



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LEGISLATIVE. 



HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. 

Charles H. Bell, Exeter, Speaker ; $2.50 per clay. 



ROCKINGHAM COUNTY. 



Atkinson, Benj. W. Ireson. 

Auburn, George Clark. 

Brentwood, Simon Gordon. 

Candia, Henry M. Eaton, 
Elias P. Hubbard. 

Chester, Parker Morse. 

Danville, William Hoyt. 

Deerfield, Joseph J. Dear- 
born. 

Derry, Peter J. Home, 
James Choate. 

East-Kingston, John L. 
Greeley. 

Epping, George N. Shepard. 

Exeter, Charles H. Bell, 
Nathaniel K. Leavitt, 
Jewett Conner. 

Fremont, PhineasBeede, Jr. 

Greenland, Ruf usW . Weeks. 

Gosport, none. 

Hamstead, none. 

Hampton, John Dearborn. 

Hampton-Falls, Charles A. 
Nason. 

Kensington, Jonathan Pal- 
mer. 
Kingston, Amos Kimball. 
Londonderry, John Dickey, 

Benjamin P. Whorf. 
Newcastle, Geo. B. French. 



Newington, Enoch T. Cole- 
man. 
Newmarket, Benjamin F. 
Haley, Augustus B. Clay. 

Newton, Leonard Currier. 

North-Hampton, Simon 
Brown, Jr. 

Northwood, Woodbury M. 
Durgin. 

Nottingham, NoahO. Smith. 

Plaistow, Nath'l K. Kelly. 

Portsmouth, William H. Y. 
Hackett, John S. Harvey, 
Charles Ann able, Lyman 
D. Spalding, Alfred T. 
Joy, Marcellus Bufford, 
Abner Greenleaf. 

Baymond, none. 

Rye, Samuel J. Locke. 

Salem, Joseph Webster, 
William G. Crowell. 

Sandown, James Griffin. 

Seabrook, William Sanborn. 

South-Hampton, Jacob B. 
French. 

South-Newmarket, Daniel 
R. Smith. 

Stratham, Nathan M. Bar- 
ker. 

Windham, Sam'l Campbell. 



STRAFFORD COUNTY. 



Barrington, John Q. A. 
Swain, Jeremiah Water- 
house, Jr. 

Dover, Daniel Smith, John 
B. Bruce, John M. Dur- 



gin, William J. Reade, 
Charles H. Horton, Josiah 
B. Folsom, Geo. W. Col- 
bath, Simon J. Torr. 



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Durham, Andrew D. Mc- 
Daniel. 

Farmington, Andrew J. 
Scruton, John C. Elkins. 

Lee, Israel JBartlett. 

Madbury, Edward Pendex- 
ter. 

Middleton, Robert P. "White- 
house. 

Milton, John E. Goodwin, 
Daniel E. Palmer. 



New-Durham, Elihu Hayes. 

Rochester, Isaac Spring- 
field, John Legro, Levi 
Meader. 

Rollinsford, Elish aE. Dodge. 

Somersworth, Edward A, 
Rollins, Albert A. Per- 
kins, John S. Haines, Jr., 
Joshua F. Littlefield. - 

Strafford, Isaiah Edgerly, 
Daniel J. Holmes. 



BELKNAP COUNTY. 



Alton, Charles C. Mooney, 
Sewall T. Roberts. 

Barnstead, Cha's S. George, 
James Locke. 

Center-Harbor, William P. 
Sturtevant. 

jrilmanton, John K. Wood- 
man, Cyrus Gilman. 

Gilford, Thos. Ham, Wood- 
bury Melcher, John J. 
Morrill. 



Laconia, Bradstreet Wig- 
gin, Augustus Doe. 

Meredith, Gideon Piper, 
Isaac Leavitt. 

ISTe w-Hampton, David H. 
Smith. 

Sanbornton, Josiah H. Phil- 
brick, David C. Clough, 
Ira Woodman. 

Upper-Gilmanton, Morri- 
son Rowe. 



CARROLL COUNTY. 



Albany, Geo. W. Bennett. 

Bartlett, Elias M. Hall. 

Brookfield, Deering E. Stod- 
dard. 

Chatham, Ithiel E. Clay. 

Donway, Tobias A. Hanson, 
Jacob Lewis. 

Eaton, none. 

Effingham, John C. Leavitt. 

Freedom, Cyrus Eowler. 

Tackson, Joshua Trickey. 

Madison, none. 

Moultonborough, William 



H. H. Mason, Ezekiel S. 

Flanders. 
Ossipee, Luther D. Sawyer, 

John Moulton. 
Sandwich, Neai McCrillis, 

John Cooke. 
Tarn worth, Larkin D. Ma* 

son, James Emery. 
Tuftonborough, William N". 

Roberts. 
Wakefield, Albra Went- 

worth. 
Wolfboro', Moses Thomp- 
son, John C. Young. 



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LEGISLATIVE. 



MERRIMACK COUNTY. 



Allenstown Amos B. Blais- 
dell. 

Andover, John M. Shirley. 

Bow, Frederick Clough. 

Boscawen, Moses Whittier, 
Thaddeus O. Wilson. 

Bradford, CummingsPierce. 

Canterbury, Edward Os- 
good, George W. Peverly. 

Chichester, Joshua Lane, Jr. 

Concord, David A. Brown, 
John L. gallant, Elbridge 
Dimond, Samuel Coffin, 
Charles H. Herbert, Gil- 
bert Bullock, Henry S. 
Shattuck, David J. Ab- 
bott, Lyman D. Stevens, 
Charles E. Thompson. 

Dunbarton, Charles Stinson. 

Epsom, Samuel Fowler, Jr. 



Franklin, Daniel Barnard, 
"William H. Kimball. 

Henniker, Oliver Pillsbury 
Carleton S. Dodge. 

Hooksett, Joseph T. Goss 

Hopkinton, Ira A. Putney, 
John M. Bailey. 

Loudon, Benjamin Cate, 
George W. Neal. 

Newbury, Benj. Chandler. 

New-London, Anthony Goi- 
^y. 

Northfield,WesleyKnowles. 

Pembroke, Wm. Knox, Jr. 

Pittsfield, Jackson Freeze, 
Moses Martin. 

Salisbury, John C. Smith. 

Sutton, John G. Huntoon. 

Warner, Cummings Mar- 
shall, E. M. Dunbar. 

Wilmot, Curtis Langley. 



HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY. 



Amherst, Wm. Wetherbee. 

Antrim, Lemuel "$, Pattee. 

Bedford, Henry Hale. 

Bennington, Henry H. 
Duncklee. 

Brookline, Francis A.Peter- 
son. 

Deering, Keuben Lovering. 

Francestown, Daniel F. 
Frye. 

Goffstown, John Dunlap, 
Gilman Robertson. 

Greenfield, John Gregg. 

Hancock, Asa Simonds. 

Hillsborough, Abel C. Burn- 
ham, Francis IS". Blood. 

Hollis, Minot Farley. 



Hudson, Samuel Morrison. 

Litchfield, Jona. A. Griffin. 

Lyndeboro', Israel Herrick. 

Manchester, Jona. Morse. 
Joseph B. Clark, Ezekiel 
A. Straw, Paschal B. 
Simons, Timothy W. Lit- 
tle, Darwin J. Daniels, 
William P. Newell, Isaac 
W. Smith, Joseph A. 
Haines, Gilman H. Kim- 
ball, John L. Fitch, John 
Coughlin, Richard N. 
Batchelder, Walter H. 
Noy es, George W. Riddle, l 
Alpheus Bodwell. 

Mason, Thos. J. Marshall, ' 



LEGISLATIVE. 



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lerrimack, Wm. T. Parker. 

/lilford, Bainbridge Wad- 
leigh, George F. Bartlett. 

lont-Vernon, Charles J. 
Smith. 

Nashua, George Stark, Sam- 
uel Chase, Allen Wilson, 
Edward P. Emerson, Geo. 
W. Blakeslee, Levi Rob- 
inson, Enoch P. Chase, 
Hiram Campbell, JacobD. 
March, Wm. H. Conant. 

ifew-Boston, John Atwood, 
James Danforth. 



New-Ipswich, Henry O. 
Preston, Charles B. Mar- 
shall. 

Pelham, Amos Batchelder. 

Peterborough, John Smith, 
Andrew A. Farnsworth. 

Sharon, Wherlin Gregg. 

Temple, Elbridge G. Cutter. 

Weare, Robert B. Carswell, 
Simon G. Gove. 

Wilton, Timothy Par khurst. 

Windsor, David Curtis. 



CHESHIRE COUNTY. 



Llstead, Oliver Shepard. 

Chesterfield, Arad Fletcher. 

)ublin, Aaron Smith. 

fitzwilliam, Philip S. 
Batchelder. 

jilsum, Ezra Webster, 

linsdale, John D. Todd. 

raffrey, Charles H. Powers. 

£eene, Francis A. Faulk- 
ner, Caleb T. Buffum, Ad- 
dison Stone, Geo. Holmes. 

Marlboro', Charles Gilbert. 

barlow, Willard A. Baker. 

kelson, Simeon G. Griffin. 



Richmond, AbnerTwitchelL 

Rindge, Josiah Abbott. 

Roxbury, Kendall Kims. 

Stoddard, Ephraim Stevens. 

Sullivan, Caleb Goodnow. 

Surry, none. 

Swanzey, Frederick L. Ea- 
ton, Enoch Howes. 

Troy, Edwin Buttrick. 

Walpole, Augustus F. May- 
nard, Oliver Martin. 

Westmoreland, Anson Cole. 

Winchester, William Rix- 
ford, Mo wry Sabin. 



SULLIVAN COUNTY. 



Icworth, Daniel J.Warner. 

Jharlestown, John J. Han- 
son, Charles C. Kimball. 

Jlaremont, John A. Winn, 
Edward D. Baker, Solon 
C. Grannis, Timothy D. 
Kimball. 

Oornish, Araunah Bur nap. 

Croydon, none. 

"oshen, Jonas Parker. 

Grantham, Adolphus Hall, 
2 



I^angdon, March Chase. 
Lempster, Hosea W.Parker. 
Newport, Paul J. Wheeler, 

Samuel H. Edes. 
Plainfield, Stephen R. Moul- 

ton, Charles F. Gallup. 
Springfield, Samuel Stevens. 
Sunapee, Joseph P. Smith. 
Unity, Uriah M. Straw. 
Washington, John Mcllvin. 



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LEGISLATIVE, 



GRAETON COUNTY. 



Alexandria, ArielH. George. 

Bath, David E. Lang. 

Benton, George W. Mann. 

Bethlehem, Timothy P. 
Turner. 

Bridgewater, Jonathan H. 
Johnson. 

Bristol, Frederick Bartlett. 

Campton, George W. Ken- 
iston. 

Canaan, Horace S. Currier, 
William L. Harris. 

Banbury, "Wells Currier. 

Dorchester, Milton Young- 
man. 

Ellsworth and "Waterville, 
John Johnson, Jr. 

Enfield, James W.Johnson. 

Franconia, Chas. H. Colby. 

Grafton, Enos T. Gifford. 

Groton, Noah L. Jewell. 

Hanover, Newton S. Hun- 
tington, Israel O. Dewey. 

Haverhill, James P. "Web- 
ster, George S. Kelsea. 



Hebron, Lucius "W. Ham- 
mond. 

Hill, Ezekiel G. Bartlett. 

Holderness, Aaron M. Gor- 
don, Jesse Mudgett. 

Landaff, "Wm. L. Shattuck, 

Lebanon, Horace Hatch, 
Francis A. Cushman. 

Lisbon, James Parker, Mo- 
ses A. Quimby. 

Littleton, Calvin F. Cate, 
John C. Quimby. 

Lyman, Harrison Porter. 

Lyme, Cyrus B. Hamilton, 
Selah Beal. 

Monroe, Horace Emery. 

Orange, Truman F. Thomas. 

Or ford, Stedman "Willard. 

Piermont, Elisha Kogers. 

Plymouth, none. 

Kumney, Josiah Quincy. 

Thornton, "Wm. A. Smith. 

Warren, Ira M. Weeks. 

Wentworth, Elijah Kollins. 

Woodstock and Lincoln. 
Stephen N . Hanson. 



COO» COUNTY. 



Berlin and Kandolph, 
Fletcher J. Bean. 

Carroll and Hart's Loca- 
tion, Charles S. Leavitt. 

Clarksville and Pittsburgh, 
David Johnson. 

Colebrook, Daniel Fletcher. 

Columbia, Samuel M. Har- 
vey. 

Dalton, John Bond. 

Errol, Cambridge, &c, Mo- 
ses F. Coolidge. 



Gorham, Sumner Chipman 
Jefferson, Chas. L. Plaisted 
Lancaster, George C. Wil 

liams, Seth Savage. 
Milan, Columbus Lane. 
Northumberland, James H 

Curtis. 
Shelburne, Harvey Phil 

brick. 
Stark and Dummer, Solo 

mon Cole, 



LEGISLATIVE. 27 



Whitefleld, William B, 
Hutchins. 



Stewartstown, Horace J. 

Hall. 
Stratford, Harvey Hinman. 

Whole number of Kepresentatives chosen for 1860-61 
527. 

The members are paid $2 per day. 



TELLERS. 

Division No. 1 — Nathan M. Barker, Stratham. 
Division No. 2— Charles J. Smith, Mont- Vernon. 
Division No. 3 — Joseph T. Gross, Hooksett. 



CLERESi 

Clerk of the House — Edward Sawyer, Koch aster, $2.50 
)er day. 

Assistant Clerk — Samuel D. Lord, Manchester, $2.50 
>er day. 

Engrossing Clerk — Silas Hardy, Keene, $2.50 per day. 

Chaplain to the Legislature — Kev. Nathaniel Bouton, 
). D., Concord. 

Reporters — Samuel K. Glenn, Boston, for the New- 
3ampshire Patriot ; George V. Marsh, Chester, England, 
x>r the New-Hampshire Statesman ; Samuel C. Eastman, 
Concord, for the Independent Democrat. 



DOOR-KEEPERS. 

To the Council — Greenleaf J. Prescott,* Concord. 
To the Senate — Henry Willard, Keene. 
To the House — Edmund Brown, Lancaster ; Uriel L. 
Comings, Cornish. 

Traveling Fees. The members of the Council shall 
'eceive each, ten cents a mile to and from the place of 
;heir sessions. The President and members of the Sen- 
ite, Speaker of the House of Kepresentatives, and Clerks 
md Assistant Clerks of the Senate and House, shall each 

*Mr. Prescott was appointed at the close of the session of 1860. 



28 LEGISLATIVE. 

receive ten cents a mile for their travel to and from the 
place of the sitting of the Legislature. 

The Legislature of New-Hampshire commenced their 
session for the political year 1860-61, on Wednesday, 
June 6, and closed the session July 4, making a session 
of thirty days ; and passed sixty public acts and twenty- 
five public resolutions ; thirty-six private acts, and 
twenty-one private resolutions. 



APPROPRIATIONS. 

One thousand dollars for educating the indigent blind 
and partially blind of this State at the Institution for the 
Blind at Boston ; $1,500 for the indigent deaf and dumb 
persons in this State at the Institution in Hartford ; 
$3,000 for the maintenance of indigent insane persons 
belonging to this State, at the Asylum, for such and so 
many as His Excellency the Governor shall elect and 
approve: Provided, that not less than two thirds of said 
sum shall be applied to the support of private patients, 
exclusive of paupers maintained at public charge ; $5,000 
for the House of Reformation for the current expenses of 
the year and indebtedness, and for building a barn, 
woodshed, workshop, and furnishing mechanical tools; 
$5,000 for the purpose of completing the new cabinet 
shop, and the net income of the State Prison shall be 
appropriated to liquidate the said sum borrowed by the 
authority of the State ; $600 for the purpose of repairing 
the steam engine at the Prison ; $100 for the purpose of 
cementing the cellar under the cabinet shop ; $100 for 
the purpose of purchasing books and stationery for the 
use of the prisoners ; $300 to pay the salary of the chap- 
lain ; $200 in addition to the warden's present salary I 
$1,000 for painting and making necessary repairs to the 
State House. 



COMMISSIONERS 

Under an act concerning contagious diseases among cattle. 1 

Larkin D. Mason, of Tamworth ; Oliver Pillsbury, of J 
Henniker ; Walter Harriman, of "Warner, 



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JUDICIARY. 



SUPREME JUDICIAL COURT, 

Salaries. 
SAMUEL I). BELL, LL. D., Manchester, 

Chief Justice, $2,000 
Isa Fowler, Concord, Associate Justice, 1,800 

Fonathan E. Sargent, Wentwortb, Asso. Justice, 1,800 
EEenry A. Bellows, Concord, Associate Justice, 1,800 
Charles Doe, Dover, Associate Justice, 1,800 

3-eorge W. Nesmith, Franklin, Associate Justice, 1,800 
Fohn Sullivan, Exeter, Attorney -General, 1,800 

William E. Chandler, Concord, 

Reporter of the Supreme Judicial Court, 400 

CLERKS of the supreme judicial court. 

]harles G. Conner, Exeter, for Buckingham ; 

Andrew H. Young, Dover, for Strafford ; 

>amuel C. Clark,' Gilford (address Lake Village), for 

Belknap ; ' 
iVilliam M. Weed, Sandwich, for Carroll ; 
Fonas D. Sleeper, Concord, for Merrimack ; 
Mward S. Cutter, Amherst, for Hillsborough ; 
Mward Farrar, Keene, for Cheshire ; 
vV. H. H. Allen, Newport, for Sullivan ; 
Charles A. Dole, Haverhill, for Grafton ; 
Daniel C. Piiikham, Lancaster, for Coos. 

COUNTY SOLICITORS. ' 

Charles H. Bell, Exeter, for Kockingham ; 
Wolcott Hamlin, Dover, for Strafford; 
Samuel W. Kollins, Meredith, for Belknap ; 
Luther D. Sawyer, Ossipee, for Carroll ; 
George W. Everett, New-London, for Merrimack ; 
Aaron F. Stevens, Nashua, for Hillsborough ; 
Francis A. Faulkner, Keene, -for Cheshire ; 
Levi W. Barton, Newport, for Sullivan ; 
Henry W. Blair, Plymouth, for Grafton ; 
Benjamin F. Whidden, Lancaster, for Coos. 



30 JUDICIARY. 

"The solicitors for the several counties shall receive 
from the State Treasury, in full compensation for the 
services by them rendered in the absence of the attorney- 
general, at each trial term of the Court (S. J. C.) at 
which they shall perform his duties, upon a certificate 
thereof from the presiding justice, the following sums: 

In Rockingham, Hillsboro" and Grafton, fifty dollars ; 

In Strafford, Merrimack and Cheshire, forty dollars ; 

In Belknap, Carroll, Sullivan and Coos, thirty dollars. 

Such solicitors shall receive for all other services by 
them performed, such reasonable compensation as the 
justices of said court may at each term direct, from the 
county treasury." 



liAW TERMS, 

Held by the Supreme Judicial Court, according to an act 
remodeling the Judiciary, 1855, and as amended June 
session, 1859. 

The State is divided into four Judicial Districts, as 
follows : 

No. 1. To consist of the Counties of Rockingham, 
Strafford and Carroll ; 

No. 2. Of the Counties of Merrimack, Hillsborough 
and Belknap ; 

No. 3. Of the Counties of Cheshire and Sullivan ; 

No. 4. Of the Counties of Grafton and Coos. 

The Supreme Judicial Court shall hold terms thereof, 
to be called Law Terms, annually, within the aforesaid 
Judicial Districts, at the times and places following : 

At Exeter on the third Tuesday of June, and at Dover 
on the third Tuesday of December, for the Counties of 
Rockingham and Strafford ; at Manchester on the first 
Tuesday of June, and at Concord on the first Tuesday of 
December, for the Counties of Merrimack and Hills- 
borough ; at Keene on the first Tuesday of July, and at 
Newport on the fourth Tuesday of December, for the 
Counties of Cheshire and Sullivan ; at Lancaster on the 
third Tuesday of July, and at Haverhill on the Tuesday 
next after the fourth Tuesday of December, for the Coun- 
ties of Grafton and Coos. 






JUDICIARY. 31 

rRIAL TERMS OF THE SUPREME JUDICIAL COURT,' COM- 
PILED ACCORDING TO AN ACT PASSED JUNE 

SESSION, 1859. 

At Portsmouth, on the third Tuesday of October, and 
at Exeter on the third Tuesday of January and the second 
luesday of April, for the County of Rockingham. 

At Dover, on the second Tuesday of February, the last 
Fuesday of May and first Tuesday of September, for the 
County of Strafford. 

At Gilford, on the fourth Tuesday of March and the 
fourth Tuesday of September, for the County of Belknap. 

At Ossipee, on the third Tuesday of April and the third 
Tuesday of October, for the County of Carroll. 

At Concord, on the third Tuesday of August, and on the 
first Tuesday of February, for the County of Merrimack. 

At Amherst, on the first Tuesday of September, at 
Manchester on the first Tuesday of January, and at 
Nashua on the first Tuesday of May, for the County of 
Hillsborough. 

At Keene, on the third Tuesday of April and the third 
Tuesday of October, for the County of Cheshire. 

At Newport, on the fourth Tuesday of January and the 
first Tuesday of September, for the County of Sullivan. 

At Haverhill, on the first Tuesday of April and the 
first Tuesday of October, for the Western Judicial Dis- 
trict ; and at Plymouth, on the third Tuesday of May 
and the third Tuesday of November, for the Eastern Judi- 
cial District in the County of Grafton. 

At Lancaster, on the fourth Tuesday of April and the 
fourth Tuesday of October, for the County of Coos. 



PROBATE OFFICERS. 

JUDGES. 

Counties. Names and Residences. Appointed. Salary. 

Rockingham, William W. Stickney, Exeter, June 30, 1857, $412 

Strafford, Dan'l G. Rollins, Soinersworth, June 30, 1857, 225 

Belknap, Warren Lovell, Laconia, Jan., 1841, 142 

Carroll, Joel Eastman, Conway, July 14, 1856, 150 

Merrimack, Hamilton E. Perkins, Concord, July 14, 1856, 300 

Hillsborough, David Cross, Manchester, July 14, 1856, 425 

Cheshire, Larkin Baker, Westmoreland, Nov., 1841, 225 

Sullivan, Alvah Smith, Lempster, July 14, 1856, 175 

Grafton, Nathaniel S. Berry, Hebron, July 14, 1856, 300 

Coos, Turner Stephenson, July 13, 1855, 150 



o u x/j.v>x-a.r»« x . 



REGISTERS. 



Counties. Names and Residences. Appointed. Salary. 

Rockingham, Samuel D. Win gate, Exeter, Jan. 1, 1857, $550 

Stratford, Asa Freeman, Dover, June 30, 1857, 300 

Belknap, William L. Avery, Laconia, May 11, 1858, 183 

Carroll, Daniel G. Beede, Sandwich, July 14, 1856, 200 

Merrimack, Isaac A. Hill, Concord, Jan. 1, 1856, 400 

Hillsborough, Josiah G. Dearborn, Amherst, July 3,1860, 575 

Cheshire, Silas Hardy, Keene, Mar. 15, 1859, 300 

Sullivan, Edward Wyman, Newport, July 14, 1856, 225 
Grafton, Nath'l W. Westgate, Haverhill, July 14, 1856, 400 

Coos; John M. Whipple, Lancaster, July 3, 1860, 200 

TERMS OF THE PROBATE COURT* 

ROCKINGHAM COUNTY. 

EXETER, on the Wednesday next following the first 
Tuesday of November and April, on the Wednesday 
next following the third Tuesday of February, March 
and December, and on the Wednesday next following 
the second Tuesday of every other month. 

PORTSMOUTH, on the first Tuesday of November, 
on the third Tuesday of March, and on the second Tues- 
day of January, May, July and September. 

PLAISTO W, on the first Tuesday of August and De- 
cember, and the third Tuesday of May. 

DERRY, on the Wednesday next following the first 
Tuesday of August and December, and on the Wednesday 
next following the third Tuesday of May. 

CHESTER, on the Thursday next following the first 
Tuesday of August and December, and on the Thursday 
next following the third Tuesday of May. 

DEERFIELD, on the Friday next following the first 
Tuesday of August and December, and on the Friday next 
following the third Tuesday of May. Act of June, 1858. 

STRAFFORD COUNTY. 

DOVER, on the first Tuesday of January, March, 
May, August and October. 

ROCHESTER, on the first Tuesday of July and 
December. 

FARMINGTOIST, on the first Tuesday of April and 
September. 

SOMERSWORTH, on the first Tuesday of February, 
June and November. 



' JUDICIARY. 66 

BELKNAP COUNTY. 

GILFORD, on the third Tuesday of every month. 

CARROLL COUNTY. 

OSSIPEE CORNER, on the first Tuesday of March, 
June, September and December. 

CONWAY, on the first Tuesday of January, April, 
July and October. 

TAMWORTH, on the first Tuesday of February, 
May, August and November. 

MERRIMACK COUNTY. 

CONCORD, on the fourth Tuesday of every month. 

HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY. 

MANCHESTER, on the fourth Tuesdays of January, 
March, May, July, September and November. 

NASHUA, on the fourth Tuesdays of February, April, 
June, August, October and December. 

FRANCESTOWN, on the Friday next following the 
fourth Tuesday of January, April, July and October. 

AMHERST, on the Friday next following the fourth 
Tuesday of February, June, September and December. 

PETERBOROUGH, on the Friday next following the 
Fourth Tuesday of May and August. 

MASON VILLAGE, on the Friday next following 
the fourth Tuesday of March and November. Act of 
June, 1859. 

CHESHIRE COUNTY. 

KEENE, on the first and third Tuesdays of every 
month. 

SULLIVAN COUNTY. 

NEWPORT, on the last Wednesday of February, 
A.pril, June, August, October and December. 

CLAREMONT, on the last Wednesday of January, 
March, May, July, September and November. 

GRAFTON 'COUNTY. 

HAVERHILL, on the third Tuesday of April and 
October. 

PLYMOUTH, on the third Tuesday of May and 
November. 

2* 



34 JUDICIARY. 

CANAAN, on the third Tuesday of June and December. 
LISBON, on the third Tuesday of March and September. 
BRISTOL, on the third Tuesday of July. 
LITTLETON, on the third Tuesday of January. 
WENTWOETH, on the third Tuesday of February 
and August. 

COOS COUNTY. 

COLEBROOK, on the first Tuesday of September. 
LANCASTER, on the first Tuesday of January, March, 
May and November. 

BERLIN, on the first Tuesday of July. 



CHANGE OF CIVIL OFFICERS. 

The Court of Common Pleas was abolished at the June 
session, 1859, and the business of said court was trans- 
ferred to the Supreme Judicial Court. Eive Judges 
belonged to this court, which number was increased to 
six by the appointment, July 5, of Jonathan E. Sargent, 
on and after August 1, a Judge in the late Court of 
Common Pleas. 

September 23, 1859, Samuel Dana Bell was appointed 
Chief Justice of the Supreme Judicial Court, on and after 
September 30, vice Ira Perley, resigned ; Henry A. Bel- 
lows was appointed Associate Justice in the Supreme Judi- 
cial Court, on and after September 30, vice George Y. 
Sawyer, resigned ; Charles Doe w^as appointed Associate 
Justice in the Supreme Judicial Court, on and after Octo- 
ber 31, 1859. December 31, 1859, George W. Nesmith 
was appointed Associate Justice in the Supreme Judicial 
Court, on and after January 2, 1860, vice Ira A. Eastman, 
resigned. July 3, 1860, Henry W. Blair was appointed 
Solicitor for Grafton County, vice Charles W. Rand, 
term of office expired ; Josiah G. Dearborn, Register of 
Probate for Hillsborough County, vice Wm. Wetherbee, 
term of office expired ; John M. "Whipple, Register of 
Probate for Coos County, vice Albro L. Robinson, term 
of office expired. June 27, 1860, the following named j 
persons were appointed Sheriffs, the predecessors of whom, 
the term of office having severally expired ; Joseph B. ' 



ATTORNEYS AT LAW. 



35 



Adams, for the County of Eockingham ; John Legro, 
for the County of Strafford ; Daniel L. Stevens, for the 
County of Hillsborough ; Bolivar Lovell (reappointed), 
for the County of Cheshire; Wyman Pattee, for the 
County of Grafton. 

ATTORNEYS AT LAW. 

In making up the annual list of lawyers for each town 
3r city, it is the intention of the Compiler to insert the 
names, where there is more than one in a town or city, 
in the order in which each commenced business. An 
ittorney, changing his place of business, or a young man, 
ifter having been admitted to the practice of law, and 
ocated for business, would confer a favor by sending his 
?ard to the Compiler. 



Alstead, Aldis Lovell. 

llton, J. M. Moody. 

Amherst, Perley Dodge, 
Edward S. Cutter. 

^.ndover, John M. Shirley. 

Atkinson, John Kelly. 

Bath, Isaac Patterson, 
Andrew S. Woods, 
John L. Carleton, 
Harry Hibbard, 
A. P. Carpenter, 
David E. Lang, 
George A. Bingham, 
Edward Woods. 

Barnstead, C. S. George. 

Bradford, Weare Tappan, 
M. W. Tappan, 
Moses K. Haselton. 

Bristol, L. W. Fling, 
S. K. Mason. 

Janaan, William P. Weeks, 
Geo. W.Murray (East), 
Brooks K. Webber. 



Charlestown, George Olcott, 
E. L. Cushing, 
Henry Hubbard, 
E. D. Hastings. 

Claremont, P. C. Freeman, 
Alpheus F. Snow, 
John J. Prentiss, 
George Ticknor, 
E. D. Baker, 
Alexander Gardiner, 
Edwin Vaughan, 
Arthur Chase. 

Colebrook, A. Barker, 
William S. Ladd, 
Ira Eamsey. 

Concord, Stephen C. Badger, 
Arthur Fletcher, 
Ira Perley, 
Sylvester Dana, 
Josiah Minot, 
John H. George, 
Lyman D. Stevens, 
George G. Fogg, 



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ATTORNEYS AT LAW. 



Concord, A. Herbert Bel- 
lows, 
H. P. Kolfe, 
Anson S. Marshall, 
William H. Bartlett, 
Amos Hadley, 
"William L. Foster, 
David Pillsbury, 
John Y. Mugridge, 
Lyman T. Flint/ 
W. E. Chandler, 
Wm. F. Goodwin, 
Napoleon B. Bryant, 
Joseph C. A. Wingate, 
H. E. Perkins, 
B. F. Prescott, 
Samuel G-. Lane, 
Benj. E. Badger, 
Jonas D. Sleeper, 
George Tenney, 
Jonathan Kittredge, 
Charles P. Sanborn, 
Josiah Bellows, 
Samuel C. Eastman, 
Benj. T. Hutehins, 
E.C.DelevanKittredge, 
James B. Moore. 

(Fisherville,) John A. Kil- 
burn, 
Nehemiah Butler. 

Conway, Zara Cutler, 
Joel Eastman, 
F. Pv. Chase. 

Croydon, Samuel Morse. 

Danbury, Wm. T. Norris. 

Deerfield, Ira St. Clair. 

Deering, D. F. Whittle. 

Derry, David A. Gregg, 
Greenleaf C. Bartlett, 
John Porter. 

Dover, Asa Freeman, 
Daniel M. Christie, 



Dover, Charles W. Wood- 
man, 
Thomas E. Sawyer, 
John H. White, 
John P. Hale, 
Bichard Kimball, 
Samuel M. Wheeler, 
Henry T. Wiswall, 
Amasa Eoberts, 
Wolcott Hamlin, 
Joshua G. Hall, Jr., 
John H. Wiggin, 
Daniel Hall. 

Dunbarton, Caleb Stark. 

Durham, J. A. Richardson, 
John W. Kingman. 

Effingham, Josiah Dear- 
born. 

Epping, John S. H. Frink, 
Horace C. Bacon. 

Exeter, John Sullivan, At- 
torney- General, 
Amos Tuck, 
Gil man Mars ton, 
James H. Shapley, 
William W. Stickney, 
Nathaniel Gordon, 
Alvah Wood, 
Charles H. Bell, 
J. W. Clark, 
Moses W. Collins, 
Samuel M. Wilcox, 
J. Warren Towle. 

Farmington, Geo. ]ST. East- 
man, 
Louis Bell. 

Fitz william, A. A. Parker. 

Freedom, Orestes R. Topliif, 
Edwin Pease. 

Franklin, Austin F. Pike, 
M. Bradbury Goodwin, 
Daniel Barnard. 



ATTOBNEYS AT LAW. 



37 



Gilford, J. P. Hutchinson, 
William L. Avery, 

(Lake Village,) 

Samuel C. Clark. 

Goffstown, David Steele. 

Gorham, Dan'l W.Scribner. 

Hanover, Daniel Blaisdell, 
William H. Duncan. 

Haverhill, N. B. Felton, 
George W. Chapman, 
N. W. Westgate, 
Charles A. Dole. 

Henniker, Edward B. S. 
Sanborn. 

Hillsborough, F. N. Blood. 

Hillsboro' Bridge, D. Steele. 
J. F. Briggs. 

Holderness, Jas. L. Wilson. 

Hopkinton, Horace Chase. 

Jaffrey, Albert S. Scott. 

Keene, Levi Chamberlain, 
Thomas M. Edwards, 
Samuel Dinsmoor, 
Salma Hale, 
J. Henry Elliot, 
George A. Wheelock, 
William P. Wheeler, 
Frank S. Fiske, 
Charles C. Webster, 
Edward Farrar, 
Farnum F. Lane, 
F. A. Faulkner, 
Harvey Carleton, 
Silas Hardy, 
Henry F. Sever ens, 
Don H. Woodward, 
C. Fred. Webster. 

Laconia, S. C. Lyford, 
Warren Lovell, 
George W. Stevens, 
Ellery A. Hibbard, 
T. J. Whipple, 



Laconia, O. A. J. Vaughan, 
Wm. N. Blair. 

Lancaster, J. W. Williams, 
Turner Stephenson, 
S. W. Cooper, 
George A. Cossitt, 
Jacob Benton, 
William Burns, 
B. F. Whidden, 
George C. Williams, 
H. A. Fletcher, 
Jared I. Williams, 
William Heywood, 
Henry O. Kent, 
Ossian Kay. 

Lebanon, George S. Towle, 
Aaron H. Cragin, 
Kodney Lund, 
L. B. Morris, 
J. H. Buckingham. 

Lempster, Hosea W.Parker. 

Littleton, Edmund Carleton, 
Harry Bingham, 
Wm. J. Bellows, 
Charles W r . Band, 
John Farr, 
Edward D. Band. 

Manchester, Daniel Clark, 
G. W. Morrison, 
Herman Foster, 
Moody Currier, 
William C. Clarke, 
David Cross, 
George A. French, 

B. P. Cilley, 
J. L. Fitch, 
D. J. Clark, 
Samuel N. Bell, 
Isaac W. Smith, 

C. W. Stanley, 
Samuel D. Lord, 
Jonas P. Bowman, 



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ATTORNEYS AT LAW. 



Manchester, John P. Newell, 
Lucien B. Clough, 
Joseph B. Clark, 
Elijah M. Topliff, 
Samuel Upton, 
S. G. Clarke, 
Wm. Stark, 
Wm, W. Morris, 
A. B. Shattuck, 
Ira A. Eastman, 
Lewis W. Clark, 
Charles W. Johnson, 
Daniel A. Crosby. 

Mason Village, William A. 
Preston. 

Meredith, S. W. Rollins. 

Merrimack, Edward P. Par- 
ker, 
Isaac McGaw. 

Milford, Bainbridge Wad- 
leigh, 
Gilbert Wadleigh, 
O. W. Lull. 

Milan, Albert Baker. 

Milton, Cyrus Jones. 

Moultonboro', S. Emerson. 

Nashua, George Y. Sawyer, 
Aaron W. Sawyer, 

A. P. Stevens, 

B. B. Whittemore, 
Edward B. West, 
Benjamin F. Emerson, 
A. P. Hughes, 
William W. Bailey, 

C. R. Morrison, 
Wm. L. Carter, 
Wm. H. Nutt. 

New-Ipswich, JohnPreston. 
New-London, G.W.Everett. 
Newmarket, Wm. B. Small, 

Augustus B. Clay. 
Newport, Amasa Edes, 



Newport, Edmund Burke, 
W. P. Newton, 
S. H. Edes, 
Levi W. Barton, 
S. L. Bowers, 
Albert S. Wait, 
W. H. H. Allen. 

Northfield, Asa P. Gate, 

Northwood, N. Dearborn, 

Ossipee, Luther D. Sawyer, 
Sanborn B. Carter, 
Simon G. Philbrick. 

Pembroke, Moody Kent. 

Peterborough, Charles G. 
Cheney, 
Cornelius V. Dearborn, 
George A. Ramsdell. 

Pittsfield, Benj. Emerson, 
H. B. Leavitt, 
John J. Pillsbury, 
Thomas H. Thorndike. 

Plaistow, Wm. H. Hills. 

Plymouth, Wm. Leverett, 
Joseph Clark, 
Joseph Burrows, 
Henry W. Blair, 
Benjamin Clark, 
John W. Ela. 

Portsmouth, P. R. Freeman, 
Wm. Claggett, 
Alfred W. Haven, 
Wm. H. Y. Hackett, 
James W. Emery, 
James Smith, 
Lory Odell, 
Albert R. Hatch, 
W. H. Rollins, 
I. B. Claggett, 
William H. Hackett, 
Horace Webster, 
Samuel H. Goodall, 
Albert H. Hoyt, 



ATTORNEYS AT LAW. 



89 



Portsmouth, Edwin N. 
Mathes, 

Amos S. Alexander. 
Rindge, Geo. 'W. Todd, Jr. 
Rochester, D. J. Parsons, 

Cyrus K. Sanborn. 
Rollinsford, William J. 

Copeland. 
Rumney, Josiah Quincy, 

Samuel Herbert. 
Sanbornton (Bridge), R. M. 
Colby, 

Charles C. Rogers, 
Sandwich, I. A. Bean. 
Shelburne, Fletcher Odell, 
Somersworth, Ichabod G. 
Jordan, 

Nathaniel Wells, 

Royal Eastman, 

Edward A. Rollins, 

George W. Burleigh, 

William D. Knapp. 

A list of those admitted to practice in courts of law 7 
as attorneys, by statute : 



Strafford, Geo. C. Peavey, 
Stratford, C. D. Johnson. 
Sunapee, W. C. Sturoc. 
Tarn worth, Obed Hall, 

Henry Heywood. 
Wakefield, Wm. Sawyer, 

Amasa Copp, 

Charles Chesley. 
Walpole, Frederick Vose. 
Warner, Harrison G.Harris, 

Samuel Davis, Jr. 
Wentworth, T. J. Smith, 

Charles Henry Bartlett. 
Wilmot, Wm. W.'Flanders, 
Wilton, Charles H. Burns. 
Winchester, E. M. Forbes, 

Ellery Albee. 
Wolfboro', Henry H. One, 

Zachariah Batchelder, 

Charles F. Hill, 

William C. Fox. 



Bartlett, Geo.W.M.Pitman. 
Dover, G. T. Wentworth. 
Haverhill, John S. Bryant, 
David Page. 



Kingston, Wm. C. Patten. 
Marlow, Bethuel Farley. 
Plymouth, Jas. McQuestem 
Tufconboro', John Peavey. 



40 



NOTARIES PUBLIC. 



[The names in the following list having a star, were 
appointed under the law before 1827, which appointment 
was made to continue during good behavior.] 



Amherst, Chas. Bichardson. 

Barrington, J. H. Wink- 
ley, Jr. 

Brentwood, "W. H. Dudley. 

Charlestown, Henry H. Syl- 
vester, 
George Olcott, Jr. 

Chichester, Charles H. Car- 
penter. 

Claremont, Geo. N.Farwell, 
J. L. Farwell, 
Edward D. Baker. 

Concord, N. G. Upham,* 
Ebenezer S. Towle, 
George Minot, 
Arthur Fletcher, 
Elisha Morrill, 
Wm. P. Foster, 
Stephen C. Badger, 
John S. Bollins, 
Edson Hill, 
Lyman D. Stevens, 
Elbridge G. Carter, 
Charles Minot, 
Charles H. Hill, 
Joseph C. A. Wingate, 
Preston S. Smith. 

Colebrook, Ira Ramsey. 

Derry, David Currier. 

Dover, Asa A. Tufts, 

Charles W. Woodman, 
Samuel M. Wheeler. 

Francestown, Cornelius V. 
Dearborn, 



Francestown, Paul H.Bixby. 
Exeter, Nathaniel Gordon, 

James W. Odlin, 

William B. Morrill, 

Nathaniel A. Shute. 
Epping, Chas. W. Sargent. 
Farmington, G. L. White- 
house, 

John D. Lyman. 
Gorham, Dan'l W.Scribner. 
Hampton-Falls, John W. 
Dodge, 

Thomas L. Sanborn. 
Hanover, David Kimball. 
Haverhill, Nathaniel W. 

Westgate. 
Jaffrey, Peter Upton, 

Spencer L. Bailey. 
Keene, Thomas H. Leverett, 

George W. Tilden, 

Francis A. Faulkner, 

Daniel Buss, 

E. H. Porter. 
Laconia, John T. Coffin, 

Almon C. Leavitt. 
Lancaster, Eichard P. Kent, 

George C. Williams. 
Lebanon,Edward J.Durant, 

James H. Kendrick. 
Lisbon, Wm. H. Cummings. 
Littleton, Adam Moore. 
Manchester, Sam'l D. Bell,* 

Herman Foster, 

Moody Currier, 



NOTARIES PUBLIC. 



41 



Manchester, David Cross, 
David J. Clark, 
J. Dudley Lyford, 
Jacob F. James, 
Samuel 1ST. Bell, 
Isaac W. Smith, 
Elijah M. Topliff, 
Kufus Baker, 
Joseph B. Clark, 
John D. Erving, 
William Stark, 
Charles E. Balch, 
Nathan Parker, 
George B. Chandler, 
Bradbury P. Cilley, 
Stephen G. Clarke. 

Vlarlow, Ephraim Parker. 

Meredith, S. W. Kollins. 

Milan, Osman M. Twitch ell. 

Milford, Hiram A. Daniels, 
Gilbert Wadleigh. 

Moultonborough, John M. 
Emerson. 

STashua, Aaron P. Stevens, 
B. B. Whittemore, 
Prancis Winch, 
Aaron W. Sawyer, 
Albert McKean. 

STevv-Hampton, John Nash. 

STew-Ipswich, John Pres- 
ton, 
Edward A. Barrett. 

Newmarket, David Murray. 

STewport, Paul J. Wheeler. 

)ssipee, Daniel Wentworth. 

Pembroke, Aaron Whitte- 
more. 

'eterborough, Charles G. 
Cheney, 



Pittsfield, Josiah Carpenter* 

Portsmouth, William Clag- 
gett,* 
Wm. B. Parker,* 
D. P. Drown * 
James P. Shores, 
Oliver W. Penhallow, 
Joseph M. Edmonds, 
John Sise, 

George G. Brewster, 
Wm. Tuckerman, 
Wm. L. Dwight, 
John N. Frost. 

Kochester, J. McDuffie, 
Franklin McDuffie. 

Kollinsford, J. P. Emerson. 

Eye, Warren Parsons. 

Sandwich, Jos. Wentworth, 
Wm. M. Weed, 
Ira A. Bean. 

Sanbornton, Wm. T. Cass. 

Shelburne, Barker Burbank. 

Somers worth, Mark Noble, 
Henry Y. Hayes, 
James B. Shapleigh, 
John A. Burleigh, 
David H. Buffum. 

Stoddard, Silas Dinsmoor. 

Tuftonboro', John Peavey. 

Walpole, Frederick Yose. 

Warner, George Jones. 

Winchester, Erastus Snow, 
Edward M. Forbes, 
Obadiah Sprague. 

Wolf borough, Thomas J. 
Tebbetts, 
H. B. Bust,* 
Abel Haley. 



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COMMISSIONERS. 

The following are Commissioners resident in other States, who have 
been appointed by the Executive of New-Hampshire to take testi- 
mony and depositions to be read in the Courts of New-Hampshire ; 
also to administer oaths, to talce the acknowledgment of deeds, 
power s-of -attorney, and all instruments under seal, to be recorded 
in this State. 

ALABAMA. Mobile, Mark W. Delahay, Sidney F. Douglas, 
Samuel H. Parker. 

CALIFORNIA. San Francisco, James Wilson, Joseph Grant, 
Andrew Williams, Samuel W. Moore, L. W. Sloat, T. J. Thibault, 
Alexander Boyd, Albert G. Randall, C. J. Brenham, William F. 
French ; Sacramento, Richard H. Stanley, Wm. N. Price, Wm. G. 
English, A. K. Grim ; Stockton, Fletcher C. Andrew ; Nevada, John 
P. Caldwell. 

CONNECTICUT. Norwich, John T. Wait ; Middletown, Arthur 

B. Calef ; Hartford, Edward Goodwin, Benning Mann, Win, Wal- 
lace ; New-Haven, Lyman E. Munson. 

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. Washington, Charles De Selding, 
George C. Thomas, Thomas B. King, George Fisher, Charles Wal- 
ter, Nicholas O. Callan. 

FLORIDA. Tallahassee, C. W. Downing; Jacksonville, Oscar 
Hart. 

GEORGIA Savannah, Levi S. Russell. 

ILLINOIS. Chicago, Charles N. Holden, Alexander Smith, O. 
W. R. Lull, Charles Hitchcock, Wm. W. Stuart, R. C Wright, 
Chauncy L. Watkins, Gideon W. Davenport, John W. Magill, 
Philip A. Hoyne, Wm. C. Bryant, Gehard Foreman, Nelson 
Thompson; Peru, George W. Gilson; Bunker Hill, E. H. Davis; 
Beardstown, Thomas M. Thompson ; Bock-Island, Quincy McNiel ; 
Bock Creek, Daniel W. Dame ; Peotone, Samuel Storey. 

INDIANA. Indianapolis, Salman A. Buell, William Y. Wiley ; 
South-Bend, John F. Miller. 

IOWA. Fort des Moines, Henry C. Grinnell ; Davenport, James 
Thorington, George P. Whitcomb, Richard H. Sylvester; Clinton, 
John H. Sullivan; Sioux City, Robert Means; Princeton, Nathan 

C. Parker. 

KANSAS TERRITORY. Leavenworth, John A. Halderman. 

KENTUCKY. Covington, Charles Mooar; Lexington, Benjamin 
F. Graves. 

LOUISIANA. New-Orleans, Samuel B. Davis, Myers M. Cohen, 
Walter H. Peters, George Rarshede, Wm. Shannon, James Gra- 
ham, Robert J. Ker; Shreveport, J. W. Landrum; Bayou Sara, 
DeWitt C. Jones. 

MAINE. Kittery, Ephraim Otis, Stillman B. Allen; Portland, 
James C. Donnell, Edward H. Davis, Josiah Pierce, Jr., Wm. C. 
Ten Broeck, Henry Willis, Charles B. Merrill, George E. B. Jack- 



COMMISSIONERS. 43 

5n, James O. Dannell; Bangor, Ichabod D. Bartlett, George 
lent, John E. Godfrey ; Augusta, Asaph R. Nichols ; Bath, John 
[. Kimball; Calais, George B. Burns; Lewiston, Horatio G. Cil- 
iy; North-Parsonsfield, John C. Moore; Belfast, Frederick A. 
*ewis; Biddeford, George T. Wentworth. 

MARYLAND. Baltimore, Jabez D. Pratt, George W. Browne, 
7m. B. Nelson, Albert A. Nunes, James R. Patridge, Dairy mple 
Williams, Henry H. Burgess. 

MASSACHUSETTS. Boston. Edward A. Dana, Horace L. 
[azelton^George S. Hale, James A. Abbott, W. H. L. Smith, Benj. 
ond, S. W. Bates, Geo. T. Angell, Asa Cothell, Francis B. Hayes, 
aniel Sharp, Augustus H. Fisk, Joseph Nickerson, George F. 
ichardson, Ephraim Brown, Jr., Joseph McKean, C. Milton, 
amuel H. Jenks, Sumner Albee, Ivers J. Austin, David H. Mason, 
osiah W. Hubbard, Henry E. Hersey, John P. Healey, Stephen 
ordon Nash, Harvey Jewell, R. N. Pierce, Wilder Dwight, Albion 
1 P. Joy, Horace G. Hutchins, Samuel L. Thorndike, Henry W. 
Paynes, John B. Thayer, Isaac Jones Cutter, Henry H. 
ownes, Charles W. Tuttle, Otis Gray Randall, George E. 
etton, Robert S. Burbank, Martin Keller, W. E. P. Smyth, 
ohn E. M. Gilley, Samuel Wells, Jr., David Bryant, Harman 
ft Green, Duncan McB. Thaxton, John W. Titus, Albert G. 
rown, Jr., Barron C. Moulton, Augustus H. Fisk, George S. Sul- 
ran, Charles C. Hobbs, Henry F. French, Charles B. F. Adams, 
?m. H. Haile, James D. Thompson, Charles H. Hubbard, David 
. Kimball, Samuel M. Quincy, Edward L. Hill, Samuel L. Curtis; 
owell, Samuel Lawrence, Arthur F. L. N orris', Samuel G. Clark, 
loses G. Howe, William S. Gardner, Harrison G. Blaisdell, Chel- 
3 Kimball; Lawrence, Benjamin Bordman, George P. Briggs; 
uringfield, John M. Stebbens, Andrew S. Merrick; Worcester, 
H. Hill, Isaac Davis, Abraham G. Randall; Milton, James H. 
udley, J. McKean Churchill; Greenfield, Benj. P. Tyler, George 
T . Bartlett; Charlestown, S. J. Hall, Paul Willard, Jr.; Salem r 
homas P. Pingry, Jr., Robert S. Rantoul, Stephen P. Wilde; 
>anvers, Benj. C. Perkins; Brighton, Joseph Dunklee; Beading, 
Horatio N. Cate; Lynn, Isaac Brown; Weymouth, Fisher A. 
ingsbury; Clinton, Charles G. Stephens; Winchendon, Benj. P. 
yler, Lafayette W. Pierce, Giles H. Whitney; Andover, John E. 
tanyan ; West-Brookfield, D. L. Morril ; Lexington, Wm. P. Hill ; 
r ewburyport, Edmund Smith, Charles C. Dame ; Cambridge, John 
.. Tyler, Ambrose Wellington, Henry B. Fernald ; Nantucket, E. 
[. Gardner; Chicopee, Augustus L. Soule; Brookline, George A. 
aimer; Roxbury, Otis G. Randall; Townsend, Frederick A. 
Worcester; Dedham, Frank H. Shorey; Walpole, John M. Mer- 
ck ; Haverhill, John J. Marsh, Henry L. Merrill ; Amesbury, Wm. 
. Binney, Amos A. Gushing; Barnstable, Frederick W. Crocker. 
MICHIGAN. Detroit, Wm. J. Waterman, James M. Johnson ; 
r omer, J. Eugene Tenney; Adrian, Wm. P. Glover; Saginazv, 
»rowa Potter. 

MINNESOTA. St. Paul, John B. Sanborn, Luther B. Guern- 
ij; St. Anthony's Falls, David A. Secomb; Canhassan, Harrison 
;. Morse; Hastings, Oren T. Hayes; Minneapolis, Richard J. 
[endinhall, Cyrus Aldrich; Owatona, M. A. Daley. 
MISSOURI. St. Louis, Edward W. Shands, Charles H. Haven , 
ames B. Goff, Joel G. Harper. 



44 COMMISSIONERS. 

NEW-JERSEY. Patterson, Charles R. Rogers ; Newark, James 
F. Bond. 

NEW- YORK. New- York, James W. Savage, Charles J. Bush- 
nell, Wm. A. Woodward, M. Gibbs, F. G. Burnham, R. A. Wat- 
kinson, C. A. Nichols, S. Lay, Edwin F. Carey, James B.Bullock, 
Wm. Furniss, L. N. Glover, Wm. J. Sinclair, Wm. Grandin, John 
Livingston, N. Wm. Busteed, James W. Hale, Edmund J. Porter, 
Martin V. B. Wilcoxson, Amos A. Gould, Edward H. Stansbury, 
Enoch P. Reed, James C. Rice, Sidney S. Harris, Theodore Styve- i 
port, Joseph F. Macy, Seth Webb, Jr., Horace Andrews, Charles 
Nettleton, Francis E. Dana, Lewis Hurst, Wm. P. Converse, Ben- 
jamin Rankin, Benj. F. Mudgett, Bedford A. Watkinson, Benjamin 
A. Hegeman, Augustus P. Mange, Amasa C. Moore, Alexander 
Ostrander, Gardner S. Hutchinson, Isaac W. Tucker, Oliver Hol- 
den, Alexander Gardiner, Joseph B. Nones, Charles E. Soule, 
Horatio N. Otis, W. Coventry, H. Waddell, Edwin F. Corey, Jr., 
Henry C. Bank, Calvin M. Northup, Henry Dunlap, Wm. Birney, 
Allen Ruthaford, Edward Bissell, George Merrill, Augustus B. 
Clark, Thomas M. Wyatt, George H. Bissell, George P. Hayes, 
Charles H. Brown, George E. Home, Roger S. Greene, James T. 
Fisk, W. J. A. Fuller, Daniel Siexas; Albany, Sidney S. Harris, 
William H. Brown, Moses S. Adams; Niagara, Charles H. Piper; 
Perry, Peter Patterson; Rochester, H. A. Brewster; Troy, J. D. 
Billings. Isaac McConihe, D. Chancey Osborn, Ravenswood, Gor- 
don R.Ford; Brooklyn, Theophilus C. Collicut, T. Perry, James 
D. Hall ; Lansing, George M. Dewey ; Buffalo, Amos A. Blanchard, 
John D. Townsend, James S. Gibbs; Little Valley, Salmon P. 
Russell; Saratoga, John A. Corey. 

NEW-MEXICO. Santa Fe, Grenville H. Childs. 

NORTH-CAROLINA. Newburn, George S. Baker. 

OHIO. Cleveland, James Wade, Jr., Henry G. Perry, Joseph 
S. Grannis; Cincinnati, D. M. Porter, A. Van Hamon, Alexander 
M. Griffey, Edward B. Olcott, John A. Lynch, Samuel S. Carpen- 
ter, John H. Pratt; Maumee City, S. M. Young. 

OREGON. Youcalla, J. W. P. Huntington. 

PENNSYLVANIA. Philadelphia, E. M. Woodward, John H. 
Frick, John Binns, Arthur M. Benton, Charles Sargeant, Frederick 
A. Adams, William Sloanaker, Robert W. Wait, Luther B. Guern- 
sey, Edward Shippen, Theodore D. Rand, Hugh W. Tener, James 
Todd, James T. Ford, Frank Crosby, Jarvis C. Walker; Pittsburg, 
A. W Foster; Williamsport, C D. Emery; Erie, David W. 
Hutchinson. 

RHODE-ISLAND. Providence, Wingate Hayes, Alexander T. 
Button. 

SOUTH-CAROLINA. Charleston, H. H. Baker, S. J. Hull. 

TENNESSEE. Memphis, James B. Thornton. 

TEXAS. Galveston, Alfred F. James; Houston, John H. H. 
Woodward; San Antonio, Oliver Dudley Cooke. 

VERMONT. Bellows-Falls, John N. Baxter; Windsor, Dudley 
T. Chase; Brattleborough, L. G. Mead; Bradford, Lewis R. Mor- 
ris ; Norwich, Ira Davis ; Burlington, William G. Shaw. 

VIRGINIA. Richmond, S. T. Bayley; Norfolk, H. Robertson; 



COMMISSIONERS. | 45 

Wheeling, Alonzo Loring; Alexandria, J . L. Kinzer; Lafayette, 
Isaac H. Wright; Matthews, Wm. L. Walker. 

WISCONSIN. MihvauMe City, John C. Starkweather, William 
R. Woodbury; Kenosha, Isaac W. Webster, Reuben H. Deming; 
Port Washington, William H. Ramsey; Oshlcosh, Alexander T 
Gray, James Freeman; Janesville, George S. Dodge, A. T. Gray 
Gr-een Bay, James S. Baker; Madison, Calvin Ainsworth; Pres 
cott, Oliver Gibbs, Jr. ; Beloit, Roger S. Mills. 

RESIDENT COMMISSIONERS. 

The Executives of each of the following States have appointed, 
as Commissioners resident in New-Hampshire: 

ALABAMA. Dover, Charles W. Woodman. 

ARKANSAS. Portsmouth, William B. Parker. 

CALIFORNIA. HopMnton, Herman Harris Greene ; Ports- 
mouth, William B. Parker. 

CONNECTICUT. Bath, John L. Carleton ; Portsmouth, W. B. 
Parker; Dover, Charles W. Woodman. 

DELAWARE. Portsmouth, William B. Parker. 

FLORIDA. Dover, C. W. Woodman ; Portsmouth, William B. 
Parker. 

GEORGIA. Dover, C. W. Woodman ; Portsmouth, W. B. Par- 
ker. 

ILLINOIS. Concord, Josiah Minot; Portsmouth, William B. 
Parker; Man Chester, William C. Clarke; Dover, Chas. W. Wood- 
man ; Portsmouth, William H. Hackett. 

INDIANA. Dover, C. W r . Woodman; Portsmouth, W. B. Par- 
ker. 

IOWA. Portsmouth, William B. Parker; Lancaster, George C. 
Williams; Dover, Charles W. Woodman; Concord, William F. 
Goodwin; Alton, J. M. Moody; Portsmouth, William H. Hackett. 

KENTUCKY. Dover, C. W. Woodman; Portsmouth, W '. B. 
Parker. 

LOUISIANA. Portsmouth, William B. Parker. 

MASSACHUSETTS. Concord, William F. Goodwin, William 

E. Chandler; Keene, Levi Chamberlain, Chas. C. Webster, F. A. 
Faulkner; Portsmouth, William B. Parker, W. H. Y. Hackett; 
Dover, Charles W. Woodman; Manchester, Herman Foster, Geo. 
A.French; New-Ipswich, John Preston; Derry, David Currier; 
Littleton, Francis P. Knowlton; Pelham, Moody Hobbs; Exeter, 
Charles G. Conner. 

MARYLAND. Portsmouth, William B. Parker, Wm. H. Rol- 
lins. 
MAINE. Concord, James Hoyt, William H. Bartlett, William 

F. Goodwin; Somersworth, Edward A. Rollins; Dover, Charles 
W. Woodman; Portsmouth, W. B. Parker, Wm. H. Y. Hackett; 
Northivood, Ira B. Hoitt; Derry, L. Harper, David Currier; Hop- 
kinton, Dyer H. Sanborn. 

MICHIGAN. Portsmouth, William B. Parker, William H. 
Hackett; Concord, Lyman D. Stevens. 



46 COMMISSIONED. 

MINNESOTA. Portsmouth, William H. Hackett ; Dover, Chas. 
W. Woodman. 

MISSOURI. Portsmouth, William B. Parker; Dover, Charles 
W. Woodman. 

MISSISSIPPI. Concord, William F. Goodwin. 

NE W-YORK. Concord, Arthur Fletcher, William F. Goodwin ; 
Portsmouth, W. B. Parker, William H. Hackett; Hanover, Wil- 
liam H. Duncan, Daniel Blaisdell; Claremont, Alpheus F. Snow; 
Derry, Wm. Anderson; Manchester, L. B. Clough; Dover, Chas. 
W. Woodman. 

NEW-JERSEY. Dover, Charles W. Woodman; Portsmouth, 
W. B. Parker. 

NORTH-CAROLINA. Dover, Charles W. Woodman; Ports- 
mouth, William B. Parker. 

OHIO. Dover, Charles W. Woodman; Portsmouth, William B. 
Parker, William H. Hackett. 

PENNSYLVANIA. Dover, Charles W. Woodman ; Ports- 
mouth, William B. Parker, William H. Hackett. 

RHODE-ISLAND. Portsmouth, William B. Parker; Concord, 
Samuel C. Eastman. 

SOUTH-CAROLINA. Dover, Charles W. Woodman; Ports- 
mouth, William B. Parker. 

TEXAS. Derry, David Currier; Dover, Charles W. Woodman; 
Portsmouth, William B. Parker. 

TENNESSEE. Dover, Charles W. Woodman. 

VERMONT. Portsmouth, William B. Parker; Dover, Charles 
W. Woodman. 

VIRGINIA. Portsmouth, William B. Parker; Dover, C. W. 
Woodman. 

WISCONSIN. Concord, Arthur Fletcher ; Dover, C. W. Wood- 
man; Amherst, Charles Richardson; Portsmouth, William H. 
Hackett. 



COMMISSIONER OF THE UNITED STATES CIRCUIT 
COURT, AND COURT OF CLAIMS. Dover, Charles W. Wood- 
man. 



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COUNTY OFFICERS. 



COUJVTY OF ROCKIJVGHAM, 

Was incorporated March 19, 1771. Number of towns? 
thirty-eight. Shire towns, Portsmouth and Exeter. 
{County records kept at Exeter.) Population, I860, 
50,110. 

County Treasurer — Samuel A. Haley, Newmarket, 
salary, $150. 

Register of Deeds — Alonzo J. Fogg, Exeter. 

County Sealer — Freese Dearborn, Exeter. 

County Commissioners — Isaac Woodbury, Salem ; Da~ 
*ius Frink, Newington ; Franklin Crombie, Auburn. 



ATKINSON. Justice, State— Greenleaf Clarke. 

Justices, Quorum, Kichard Greenough, John Kelly. 

Justices — Isaac B. Hovey, L. P. E. Bichards, Moses 
B. Johnson, Albert Noyes, William Noyes. 

AUBUBN. Justices, State— Franklin Crombie, John 
Moore. 

Justices — Andrew F. Fox, Nathaniel Brown, William 
W. Leighton, Wm. Henry Murray, Kendrick Emery. 

BEEN T WOOD. Justices, Quorum— Sins Noble, Win- 
throp H. Dudley. 

Justices — Jonathan M. Sinclair, James P. Thing, Jo- 
seph B. T. Graves, T. S. Robinson, Frederick Eobinson. 

CANDIA. Justices, State — John Moore, Eufus E„ 
Patten, Jonathan Martin. 

Justices — Moses French, Jr., Joseph C. Langford, 
Henry M. Eaton, Samuel Dudley, Plumer W. Sanborn, 
J. Harvey Philbrick, Carr B. Haines, John Eowe, Wil- 
liam Crane, Moses F. Emerson, Dana D. Thrasher, Moses 
B. Smith, Levi Bean, Wm. M. Neal, John L. Fitts. 

CHESTEK. Justices, State—Thomas J. Melvin, John 
W. Noyes. 

Justices, Quorum — John S. Couch, Eobert Shirley. 

Justices — Joseph Webster, Isaac Lane, Jacob P. 
Whittemore, Asahel Weeks, Woodbury Masters, John 



48 COTIHTY OFFICERS. 

Dearborn, Amos Hazel ton, Osgood Kichards, Lucien 
Kent, Silas F. Learned, William Tenney. 

DANVILLE. Justices, Quorum — Josiah Tewksbury, 

A. Quimby. 

Justices — William Hoyt, Jairus Towle, Enos Tewks- 
bury, David Griffin, Jacob 0. Peaslee. 

DEERFIELD. Justices, State — Benjamin Jenness, 
Ira St. Clair. 

Justices, Quorum — Winthrop Hilton, Levi B.Philbrick. 

Justices — Thomas D. Rawlins, D. Stevens, Josiah B. 
Tilton, Lowell Eastman, David Smith, Israel N. Gale, 
Samuel Hobbs, Lewis Ladd, Joseph J. Mills, Samuel 
Woodman, Gustavus M. Sanborn, George W. Simpson, 
Richard J. Sanborn, Ezra A. J. Sawyer, George H. 
Stevens, Stephen Brown, Jere. E. Chadwick, John Cur- 
rier, Samuel G. Haines. 

DERRY. Justices, State — David A. Gregg, Samuel 
Marshall, David Currier, Alexis Proctor. 

Justices, Quorum — William Choate, Greenleaf C. Bart- 
lett. 

Justices — Alanson Tucker, Lucien Harper, Richard 
Melvin, Ithamar Hubbard, Leonard Brickett, Joseph 
Montgomery, John H. Waterman, William W. Poor, 
David H. Pinkerton, John Porter, Nathaniel H. Brown, 
James Priest, James Choate, Charles C. Parker, John 
Wesley Adams, George W. Barker. 

EAST-KINGSTON. Justice, State—James M. San- 
born. 

Justice, Quorum — Ezra F. Currier. 

Justices — Nathan B. Tilton, George B. Webster, B. K. 
Webster, Albert Currier, John L. Greeley. 

EPPING. Justices, State—Daniel W. Ladd, William 
L. Plumer, Horace C. Bacon, George W. Lawrence. 

Justices, Quorum — Nathaniel Batchelder, James M. 
Godfrey, Benjamin M. Folsom, Henry F. Hoitt. 

Justices — Thomas Folsom, Abraham Plumer, Dudley 
L. Harvey, John L. Folsom, George N. Shepard, John 
8. H. Frink, Hosea B. Burnham, Ezra F. Barber, John 
L. Martin, David D. Plumer, Winthrop N. Dow, Josiah 

B. Chase, Folsom Dow, Charles M. Norris, William F. 
Lawrence, David F. Bartlett, Frederick T. George. 



ROCKINGHAM COUNTY. 49 

EXETEB. Justices, State— John Sullivan, John Kel- 
r, Samuel Hatch, William W. Stickney, Charles H. 
iell, William B. Morrill, Charles G. Conner, John S. 
rown, Amos Tuck, Nathaniel Gordon, J. Hamilton 
hapley, Stephen W. Dearborn, S. Dana W^ingate. 

Justices, Quorum — Freese Dearborn, Alvah Wood, 
rilman Marston, Moses N. Collins, James M. Lovering, 
. Warren Towle. 

Justices — Daniel Melcher, Woodbridge Odlin, Charles 
onner, Joseph Taylor G-ilman, William H. Kobinson, 
ohn F. Moses, William P. Moulton, Oren Head, A. P. 
lake, John W. Clark, Jarvis McDuffee, Nathaniel 
tiute, Joseph T. Porter, Leonard M. Dow, Samuel M. 
Wilcox, Charles Gill, William Henry Smith, John W. 
etchell, William W^. Curtis, Jonathan W. Eobinson, 
harles E. Lane, Moses N. Collins, William Philbrick, 
ohn H. Kimball. 

FBEMONT. Justice, Quorum, — Perley Eobinson. 
Justices— Isaiah L. Eobinson, Timothy Tilton, John 
'. Carr, William H. Brown, Phinehas Bedee, Jr. 

GOSPOET. Justice— Nathaniel F. Berry. 
GEEENLAND. Justice, State— Joshua W. Pierce. 
Justices — Edward Holmes, Wm. L. Brackett, Green - 
af C. Clough. 

HAMPSTEAD. Justice, State— Josiah C. Eastman. 
Justices, Quorum — Moses Hoyt, Francis V. Dow, Caleb 
[oulton. 

Justices — Isaac Smith, John Or d way, Samuel Morse, 
benezer Hoit, Amos Buck, Henry Putnam, Philo Dow, 
aniel Nichols, Moses C. Smith, Benaiah Titcomb, 
aarles H. Shannon. 

HAMPTON. Justice, State— Uri Lamprey. 
Justices — Aaron Coffin, John J. Leavitt, David 
nowles, Alfred J. Leavitt, William T. Merrill, John 
. Palmer, John P. Towle. 

HAMPTON-FALLS. Justices, Quorum— N. P. 

am, George H. Dodge. 

Justices — Levi Lane^ Thos. Brown, Chas. H. Sanborn, 

layer S. Sanborn, Charles A. Nason, Simon Winslow, 

W. Dodge, Charles T- Brown, James D. Brown. 



50 COUNTY OFFICERS. 

KENSINGTON. Justices— Ira Blake, John T. Blake, 
George A. Chase, Ira N. Blake, Samuel P. Tuck, John 
Page, Jr., Joseph N. Healey, Joseph W. Brown. 

KINGSTON. Justice, State— Gideon Webster. . 

Justices, Quorum — Samuel Webster, Wm. E. Sanborn, 
William C. Patten. 

Justices — John Page, Thomas Bassett, Joseph Judkins, 
William M. Webster, George W. Sanborn, Jona. Sev- 
erance, Jesse P. Marshall, Andrew J. Cilley, Amos 
Kimball, John P. Sanborn. 

LONDONDERRY. Justices, State— Eeed P. Clark, 
John A. Holmes. 

Justices, Quorum — Robert Mack, J. N. Anderson , Wil- 
liam Anderson, Malachi E. Dodge, Jr. 

Justices — Erancis Manter, Thomas Patterson, John 
Shipley, Daniel Wilkins, William J. Campbell, William 
P. Richardson, David R. Leach, Warren Richardson, 
John Greeley, Henry Crowell, James M. Platts, Erancis 
D. Anderson, Robert C. Mack. 

NEW-CASTLE. Justice, Quorum— John P. Cooper. 
Justices — William Vennard, Thomas Tarlton, John 
Tarlton, Jr. 

NEWINGTON. Justice, State— Darius Erink. 

Justice, Quorum — Winthrop Pickering. 

Justices — James A. Pickering, John Eabyan, Richard 
Pickering, Frederick William DeRochemont, Joseph W. 
Pickering, Nathaniel P. Coleman, John L. Pickering, 
Elias Erink. 

NEWMARKET. Justices, State— James B. Creigh- 
ton, David Murray, George W. Kittredge, John R. San-i 
born, Nathan H. Leavitt, Wm. A. Shackford, Augustus 
B. Clay, Miles Durgin, Ingalls Bunker. 

Justices, Quorum — Z. D. Creighton, Samuel P. Dow. I 
Justices — Samuel A. Haley, John S. Bennett, Johrj 
Perkins, T. Murray, William Eolsom, Nathan H. Har 
vey, Samuel Erench, John E. Chapman, Joseph D. Stott 
Samuel B. Shapleigh. 

NEWTON. Justice, State— Elijah IL Currier, 
Justicesy Quorum— John Hoi t ? Thomas Carter, 



ROCKINGHAM COUNTY. 



51 



Justices — Jonathan G. Gale, Zebadiah Hoit, Philip 
fiThittier, Sargent Heath, Ebenezer Peaslee, Alexander 
White. 

NORTH-HAMPTON. Justice, Qworwm—Nathaniel 
Sachelder. 

Justices — S. D. Lane, Hezekiah B. Lamprey, J. S. 
lobbs, Rufus Leavitt, Moses L. Hobbs. 

NG&THWOOD. Justice, State— Ira B. Hoitt. 

Justices, Quorum — .Nathaniel Dearborn, W. T. Willey. 

Justices — Jonathan K. Hoit, Samuel S. James, Hollis 
r. Clark, Henry Knowlton, Chase C. Hill, Ezra Tasker, 
Vincent P. Tasker, John K. Richardson, Woodbury M. 
3urgin. 

NOTTINGHAM. Justices, State— James H. Butler, 
Daniel Tuttle, Samuel S. Dame. 

Justices, Quorum — Joseph Bartlett, Jonathan Gove, 
Mward F. Gerrish. 

Justices — John Crawford, Daniel Demeritt, Ebenezer 
\. Tuttle, William Jenness, John H. Marston, John C. 
lolmes, Geo. W. W T hite, Wm. Norris, John O. Cilley. 

PLAISTOW. Justices, Quorum — Benjamin George, 
Foseph N. George. 

Justices — Richard Welch, William H. Hills, Moses C. 
iimball, Jesse E. George, Amos C. Clement, James M. 
Davis, Hiram Smart, Jr. 

PORTSMOUTH. Justices, State— Abner Greenleaf, 
^. Jenness, Willia^H&~-P&£ker, William Claggett, John 
% Redding, Zenas Clement, Albert H. Hoyt, Ichabod 
Goodwin, Horton D. Walker, Thomas L. Tullock, Wm. 
L Y. Hackett, John Bennett, Joseph M. Edmonds. 

Justices, Quorum — Daniel P. Drown, George G. Brew- 
er, Augustus Jenkins, Lory Odell, Henry F. Wendell, 
Samuel Spinney, Oliver W. Penhallow, Alfred M. Hoyt, 
William Lambert, Samuel H. Goodall, Horace Webster, 
,^B_qiag^e4t, William H. Rollins. 

Justices — Alfred W. Haven, Josiah G. Hadley, Albert 
$L Hatch, John Knowlton, Peter Jenness, John W. 
?ernald, Joseph D. Pillow, Ammi R. H. Fernald, Wil- 
iam Tuckerman, Wm. H. Hackett, James P. Bartlett, 
Christopher S. Toppan, William R. Martin, Moses 



52 COUKTY OFFICERS. 

Wherren, Charles C. Harvey, Joseph P. Morse, Joseph 
B. Adams, Edward N. Anderson, William Conn, Aurin 
M. Payson, Samuel Gray, John Christie, William A. 
Vaughan, Alexander H. Ladd, William Stearns, Robert 
Morrison, Erajxk A. Ailes*. Jacob Walden, Edwin H. 
Mathes, Amos Pearson, Andrew Gardner, John Sise, 
John K. Frost, Edmund M. Brown, John H. Bailey, 
Clement March, Frank Euller, Simon Swett, John 
Stavers, Daniel P. Smith, Daniel H. Spinney. 

RAYMOND. Justices, State— Joseph Blake, John 
Brown. 

Justices, Quorum — -James Welch, Daniel 1ST. Lane, 
Josiah S. Jones. 

Justices — Benjamin B. Gilman, Levi Brown, John 
Healey, Samuel B. Gove, Horace Gordon, Oliver Jones, 
Oliver Tilton, James T. Dudley, Sewell D. Tilton, True 
M. Gould, Samuel M. Harriman, Jeremiah Fullerton. 

RYE. Justice, Quorum — Thomas J. Parsons. 

Justices — Charles J. Brown, William Locke, Charles 
A. Drake, Jonathan T. Walker, Emmons B. Philbrick, 
Nelson M. Bailey, Uri H. Jenness, David A. Bean. 

SALEM. Justices, Quorum — John C. Ewins, Moores 
Bailey. 

Justices — David Messer, Silas Hall, O. Dustin, Richard 
Woodbury, John R. Rowell, M. H. Taylor, Isaiah Kel- 
ly, William G. Crowell, Willard G. Smith, Albertus 
Coburn, Isaac Woodbury, Isaac Thorn. 

SANDOWN. Justice, Quorum— Eliphalet Hunt. 

Justices — Thomas Cotton, William French, Jr., G. M. 
Davis, E. Hoyt, 2d, Robert Sanborn, William Crawford, 
Charles C. Hunkins. 

SEABROOK. Justice, Quorum — John Philbrick. 
Justices — Oliver Eaton, J. M. Weare. 

SOUTH^HAMPTON. Justice, State— Parker Merrill. 

Justices, Quorum— Hufus Dow, Gilman B. Currier, 
Moses Eaton, Jr. 

Justices — Anson Gile, George S. Currier, Rufus F. 
Dow, Greenleaf Kelly, Benjamin R. Jewell, 



ROCKINGHAM COUNTY. 53 

SOUTH-NEWMARKET. Justices, Quorum— Ben- 
jamin Coe, Amos Paul. 

Justices — Joseph Lang, John Foss, Ezekiel Sanborn, 
Samuel Neal. 

STRATH AM. Justices, State — John Scammon, Jo- 
siah B. Wiggin, John O. Wiggin. 

Justices — Zebulon J. Wiggin, Benjamin D. Leigh ton, 
Greenleaf C. Brown, George H. Odell, Benjamin F. 
Clark, Nathan M. Barker, Zachariah B. French, George 
Wingate, James W. Rollins, Andrew Wiggin. 

WINDHAM. Justices — Jeremiah Morrison, Robert 
Bartley, Francis A. Marden, James C. Steele, Robert B. 
Jackson, George W. W^eston. 

Sheriff' — Joseph B. Adams, Portsmouth. 

Deputy Sheriffs — Candia, Carr B. Haines ; Derry, 
George W. Barker ; Exeter, Nathaniel K. Leavitt, Levi 
G. Towle ; Epplng, Benjamin S. Clifford; Hampstead, 
Caleb Moulton ; Newmarket, Miles Durgin ; Northwood, 
W- S. Ring ; Portsmouth, foseph : P. Morse ; Plaistow, 
Amos C. Clement ; Kingston, Amos Kimball. 

Deputy Sheriffs in other Counties deputized to serve in 
this County— Manchester (Hillsborough Co.), Isaac M. 
Farmer, Daniel L. Stevens; Plttsfield (Merrimack Co.), 
Francis B. Berry. 

Jailors — Portsmouth, Joseph B. Adams ; Exeter, John 
S. Brown. 

Coroners — Exeter, John S. Brown, William O. Smith ; 
Brentwood, John Gordon ; Auburn, John Moore ; Ches- 
ter, John S. Couch. 



54 



COUNTY OF STRAFFORD, 

Incorporated March 19, 1771. Number of Towns, 13. 
Shire Town, Dover. Population, 1860, 30,416. 

County Treasurer — James M. Bunker, Durham ; sal- 
ary, $100. 

Register of Deeds — David W. Parshley, Dover. 

County Sealer — Jabez Dame, Rochester. 

County Commissioners — Joshua Banfield, George W. 
Caverno, Strafford ; Thomas Bennett, New-Durham. 



BARRINGTON. Justice, State— George McDaniel. 

Justices, Quorum — Samuel Sherburne, H. Hall, S. P. 
Montgomery, John H. Winkley, Jr. 

Justices — John S. Eernald, Gilman Hall, Ephraim 
Cater, Alfred W. Buzzell, James S. Harden, Albert K. 
Waterhouse, Hatvill Bumford, John B. Young, William 
Waterhouse, Albert S. H. Gear, John Q. A. Swain, J. 
A. Buzzell, Daniel Hall, Jonathan R. Drew, Lewis H. 
Buzzell, Jacob Sherburne, Jacob D. Young, Albert L. 
Taylor. 

DOVER. Justices, State — Thomas E. Sawyer, Daniel 
M. Christie, Charles W. Woodman, Andrew Peirce, 
Noah. Martin, Joseph H. Smith, John H. White, Ezekiel 
Hurd, John P. Hale, William B. Wiggin, Charles A. 
Tufts, William E. Estes, Charles Doe, Amasa Roberts, 
Benj. B. Bunker, Henry T. Wiswall, Daniel Smith. 

Justices, Quorum — Andrew Tuttle, John T. Gibbs, Asa 
Freeman, George T. Wentworth, John W. Yarney, Sam- 
uel M. Wheeler, Walter Sawyer, Samuel Dennis, Thos. 
J. W. Pray, James Hanson, John H. Wiggin. 

Justices — Charles Young, Joseph Hanson, 3d, John 
Clement, Shubael Yarney, Woodbury T. Prescott, Wil- 
liam Burr, George Wadleigh, John Stackpole, George D. 
Vittum, Jedediah Cook, Asa P. Hanson, Levi G. Hill, 
James Yarney, Paul A. Stackpole, Stephen E. Young, 
Daniel Hussey, Edmund J. Lane, Thomas J. Palmer, 
Andrew H. Young, Ezra Kimball, John Clement, Ben- 
jamin A. Ford, Joseph D. Guppy, William J. Ghesley, 
R. H. Clark, James Littlefield, Joseph A. Pierce, N. 
Wiggin, Augustus Lupus, George W. Tash, Charles 



STRAFFORD COUNTY. 55 

Woodman, Ira A. Moody, James T. Twombly, Daniel 
Bogle, Gerrish P. Drew, George W. Wendell, Charles 
W. Thurston, John B. Bruce, Leonard S. Band, Jona- 
than P. Baker, John D. Swain, David W. Parshly, 
Thomas A. Henderson, George W. Benn, Silas Moody, 
William B. Lyman, L. Yarney, Benjamin Pierce, John 
L. Platts, Simon Torr, Burt T. Cooke. 

DURHAM. Justice, State — Valentine Smith, Jr. 

Justices, Quorum — John A. Eichardson, Valentine 
Smith, John W. Kingman, Ebenezer Thompson. 

Justices — Stephen Demeritt, Joseph Young, 2d, Ben- 
jamin Doe, J. Young, Thomas Flanders, Greenleaf 
Nute, Charles F. Woodman, William F. Jones, Joseph 
C. Bartlett. 

FABMINGTOE". Justices, State— George 3Kf. East- 
man, David T. Parker, George L. Whitehouse, Simon 
F. Hayes, Josiah B. Edgerly. 

Justice, Quorum — John D. Lyman. 

Justices — Benjamin E. Peavey, Isaac Merrill, Peter 
M. Home, George M. Herring, Miles Scruton, Jeremy 
Wingate, H. Barker, E. Kicker, C. M. Demeritt, Charles 
Tibbetts, Edward Barnard, Alexander M. Winn, James 

E. Fernald, Alonzo Nute, Louis Bell, Asa B. Hayes, 
Dearborn Wedgewood, Horace P. Tuttle, George F. 
Titcomb, Levi Pearl, Charles H. Roberts, John Barker, 
Eeuben H. Copp. 

LEE. Justices, State — Gorham W. Hoitt, Joseph 
Tuttle. 

Justice, Quorum — George Lang. 

Justices — Israel Bartlett, Nathaniel G. Davis, Thomas 
M. Thompson, Job E. Langley, Charles H. Layn, John 

F. Chesley, S. Layn, William A. Jenkins, George E. 
Durgin, Davis Lang, Jeremiah Smith. 

MADBUEY. Justices— Tichenor Miles, Eeuben 
Hayes, Charles H. Kingman, Ezra E. Demeritt, Ira T, 
Jenkins. 

MXDDLETON. Justice, State— Alvah Scates. 

Justices, Quorum — David Davis, Isaiah G. Orne. 

Justices — Jeremiah S. Colbath, Augustus G. Orne, 
John L. Pike, Benjamin P. Chesley, Jonathan Daniels, 



56 COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Charles York, John M. Twombly, Fitz Henry Hamilton, 
James Hilton. 

MILTON. Justice, State— John E. Goodwin. 

Justice, Quorum — Eli Went worth. 

Justices — John L. Swinerton, Daniel P. Warren, Jo- 
seph Pearl, Kobert Mathes, Elias S. Cook, David Wal- 
lingford, Charles C. Hayes, Thomas Y. Wentworth, Asa 
Fox, Daniel E. Palmer, Joseph Plumer, Luther Hayes, 
Ezra H. Twombly, Joseph Mathes, Elbriclge W. Fox, 
Charles Jones. 

NEW-DURHAM. Justices, State— Joseph BoodeJ 
Samuel Downing, Jr., Enoch Berry. 

Justice, Quorum — Stephen Davis. 

Justices — Thomas Bennett, Baalis B. Tebbetts, Ezekiel 
H. Berry, Moses H. Chesley, Nehemiah Morrison, Sam- 
uel W. Joy, Charles M. Warren, Elihu Hayes. 

ROCHESTER. Justices, State— -Gyrus K. Sanborn, 
Nicholas Y. Whitehouse. 

Justices, Quorum — James H. Edgerly, Charles Den- 
nett, Daniel J. Parsons, Charles S. Whitehouse. 

Justices — James Tebbetts, William A. Kimball, Reuben 
Tilton, Jonathan Hussey, J. W. Furber, Samuel Meserve, 
Aaron P. Wingate, William Rand, Ebenezer J. Mathes, 
John Legro, Silas Hussey, Jr., James Farrington, Nehe- 
miah Kimball, John Folsom, Enoch Whitehouse, John 
W. Pray, Isaac W. Springfield, William M. Hart, John 
Witham, Jacob H. Ela, Asa Roberts, John S. Hayes, 
Charles K. Chase, Joshua Yickery, Jesse Horn, William 
K. Kimball, George Robinson, James M. Fessenden, 
John P. Trickey, Simon Wentworth, Enoch C. Dow. 

ROLLINSFORD. Justice, State— Hiram R. Roberts. 

Justice, Quorum — Joshua Converse. 

Justices — Leavitt H. Yeaton, Samuel H. Wentworth, 
William R. Garvin, John P. Emerson, Paul R. Went- 
worth, John H. Roberts, Andrew Rollins, Ebenezer S. 
ISTowell, William H. Morton, John S. Meserve, John L. 
Spring, Ebenezer R. Doe, William J. Copeland, Nahum 
Wentworth, Edmund C. Goodwin. 

SOMERSWORTH. Justices, State— Jacob C. Han- 



STRAFFORD COUNTY. 5/ 

on, Nathaniel Wells, Ichahod G. Jordan, Enoch Per- 
nns, Royal Eastman, E. M. Webber, James B. Shap- 
eigh, George W. Burleigh. 

Justices, Quorum — Mark Noble, Thomas B. Parks, 
Fames Colman, Albert A. Perkins, Edward A. Rollins, 
John M. C. Perkins. 

Justices — John Horn, True W. Woodman, Benjamin 
I, Wentworth, Benjamin Cook, John A. Bagley, Orlando 
r. Bagley, Samuel Twombly, William A. Jenkins, 
Charles F. Elliott, George W. Balloch, Jr., Charles H. 
tfiorey, Samuel D. Whitehouse, Charles W. Emerson, 
Jheldon H. Annis, Stephen S. Chick, Ichabod Pearl, 
)liver H. Lord, Calvin Whitten, Isaac Chandler, Jona- 
han D. Armes, Joshua F. Littleiield, George W. Wen- 
lell, George W. Hubbard, William D. Knapp, John C. 
Hill, Charles P. Carter, James T. Furber. 

STRAFFORD. Justices, State— -Benning W. Jenness, 
benjamin T. Foss, Edward Walker, George C. Peavey. 

Justices, Quorum — John Caverly, J. Perkins, William 
^oss, Ezra Drown, Edward Sawyer. 

Justices — Hudson Peavey, William Berry, Jr., Stephen 
jeighton, John C. Foss, Moses Williams, William Yea- 
on, Nathaniel Brock, Thomas Carswell, Daniel L. Babb, 
acob Drew, John Peavey, David K. Montgomery, John 
W. Jewell, Joel Babb, Joseph A. Clough, Demeritt 
5 lace, John Sanders, John K. Evans, Warren Foss, 
reorge W. Young, Paul Perkins, Jr., George W. Cars- 
Fell, John J. Leighton, Tobias D. Foss, Stephen Leigh- 
on, Warren Frye. 

Sheriff — John Legro, Rochester. 

Deputy Sheriffs — Dover, Jonathan P. Baker ; Farming- 
on, Edward Barnard ; Rollinsford, Ebenezer A. Nowell; 
Hrafford, Warren Foss; Great Falls, James B. Shap- 
iigh ; Newmarket, Miles Durgin. 

Deputy Sheriffs in other Counties deputized to serve in 
his County — 

Jailer — Shubael Yarney, Dover. 

Coroners— Dover, Thomas J. W. Pray ; Rochester, • 
lharles Dennett ; Somersworth,, James B. Shapleigh ; 
Tilton, Daniel E. Palmer* 
3* 



58 



COUxVTY OF BELKXAP, 

Was incorporated December 22, 1840. Number of Towns, 
10. Shire Town, Gilford. Population, 1860, 18,551. ■ 

County Treasurer — Rufus K. Parker, Laconia. Sal- 
ary, $75. 

Register of Deeds — Jacob P. Boodey, Gilford. 

County Sealer — William T. Sargent, Gilford. 

County Commissioners — John H. Moulton, Center- 
Harbor ; Joseph A. Walker, Barnstead ; Nicholas D. 
Garmon, TJpper-Gilmanton. 



ALTON. Justices, Quorum — Beuben Hayes, Henrv 
Hurd. 

Justices — John Chamberlain, Daniel Sawyer, William 
Emerson, Jacob Place, Charles C. Richardson, Moses 
Gilman, George Chamberlain, Daniel E. Davis, Jefferson 
M. Moody, A. Clough, Benjamin L. Frohock, Smith 
Emerson, Morrison Bennett, Jonathan F. Chesley, Amos 
L. Eollins, Charles Hayes, Ai T. Gilman, Andrew 
Huckins, Richard Plumer, Seth W. French. 

BARNSTEAD. Justices, State— Samuel G. Berry, 
Seth Shackford, Richard Garland. 

Justices, Quorum — J. M. Nutter, J. R. Shackford, 
Joseph A. Walker, Robert S. Webster, John H. Nutter, 
Thomas K. Proctor. 

Justices — Thomas P. Hodgdon, Oliver Dennett, Charles 
S. George, George Nutter, Nathaniel Hanson, Asa Gar- 
land, John H. Langley, Charles S. French, John L. j 
Nutter, George W. Emerson, Samuel G. Shackford, i 
James Locke, David M. Jacobs, E. Jones, Horace N. | 
Colbath, Samuel F. Merrill. 

CENTER-HARBOR. Justice, State— John Coe. 
Justices, Quorum — Timothy Perkins, John H. Moulton. 
Justices — Ira Davis, John H. Kelsea, Harrison C. 
Smith, Otis F. Hawkins. 

GILFORD. Justices, State — Charles Lane, William [ 
L. Avery, Samuel C. Clark, Jotham P. Hutchinson. 
Justice, Quorum — Nathaniel Edgerly. 



BELKNAP COUNTY. 59 

Justices — Ebenezer S. Hunt, Ephraim Mallard, Charles 
Hibbard, Daniel B. Eaton, John Blaisdell, Benjamin 
Jewett, Benjamin M. Sanborn, George W. Sanders, Ben- 
jamin J. Cole, Bichard Gove, Benjamin Wadley, Thomas 
Ham, Jacob P. Boodey, John G. Weeks, Stephen S. 
Ayer, David Y. Smith, John J. Morrill, Hiram Hunt, 
H. G. Bennett, Heman Hunter, William Morrill, John 
E. Wiggin, "William T. Sargent, Harlan Jewett, Zenas 
"Whittier, Aaron C. Blaisdell, Bichard H. Sanborn, 
George W. Munsey, Jr., Henry H. Sleeper, "Winborn 
A. Sanborn, John G. Jewett, William P. Crocker. 

GILM ANTON. Justices, State— Thomas Cogswell, 
Alfred Prescott, Jonathan P. Hill. 

Justices, Quorum — John S. Shannon, Jonathan T. 
Coffin, Stephen L. Greeley, Edmund Williams, Andrew 
Mack. 

Justices — Thomas Durrell, D. B. Merrill, John K. 
Dudley, Moses Price, Moses Gilman, Jacob K. Davis, 
Abraham S. Gale, William 1ST. Swain, James M. Gilman, 
Tyler S. Tilton, John C. Bean, Simon Clough, Josiah J. 
Bean, Cyrus Gilman, Levi H. Mudgett, Henry E. Marsh, 
Moses H. Peaslee, Joseph S. Kimball, John L. Kelley. 
Moses S. Gale, George W. Parsons, William B. Hutchin- 
son, Levi W. Sanborn. 

LACONIA. Justices, State — Warren Lovell, O. A. 
J. Vaughan, James Gordon. 

Justices, Quorum — Stephen C. Lyford, George W. 
Stevens, John L. Perley, Thomas J. Whipple, Ellery A. 
Hibbard, John C. Moulton. 

Justices — Hugh Blaisdell, Bartlett Hill, Stephen W. 
Mead, Ezekiel B. Lawrence, T. Eastman, Samuel C. 
Baldwin, Noah Bobinson, Joseph P. Pitman, Samuel M. 
Doe, Benjamin T. Sanborn, Samuel W. Flanders, Augus- 
tus Doe, William N. Blair, Ebenezer P. Osgood, Benja- 
min H. Whitcher, John Aldrich. 

MEKEDITH. Justices, State— Kimm French, John 
Wadleigh, Samuel Bean, Bradbury C. Tuttle, Samue 
W. Kollins, Hanson Beede. 

Justices, Quorum — Josiah Norris, Joseph S. Neal. 

Justices — Joseph Ela, B. S. Tuttle, John Haynes, 



60 COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Ebenezer S. Mooney, Smith Swain, George G. Hoit, L. 
Plurnmer, Ebenezer Stevens, Hosea S. Swain, Charles P. 
Towle, Jeremiah B. Swain. 

NEW-HAMPTON. Justices, States Nicholas M. 
Taylor, Dana Woodman, John M. Flanders. 

Justice, Quorum — Nathaniel Norris. 

Justices — Augustus Burpee, E. Fisk, Benjamin Wood- 
man, Alva Downing, William G. Kelley, Washington 
Mooney, Jasper E. Glidden, John Dalton, David EL 
Smith, William Mason, Josiah H. Hobbs, Benjamin F. 
Perkins. 

SANBOPvNTON. Justices, State— Samuel Tilton, 
Benjamin M. Colby. 

Justices, Quorum — Moses W. Weeks, Alexander H. 
Tilton, James P. Tilton, David F. Johnson. 

Justices — Zebulon Smith, Bradbury Morrison, N. EL 
Clark, Nathaniel G. Ladd, John Carr, Oliver Knowlton, 
Josiah C. Philbrick, Eobinson C. Rollins, Jonathan M. 
Taylor, Abraham B. Sanborn, John H. Clark, Amos C. 
Hannaford, Joseph P. Dearborn, J. Bamford, Herman 
T. Hale, Freeman B. Plumer, Jonathan P. Sanborn, 
Benjamin M. Durgin, Folsom Morrill, Thomas Webster, 
Jr., Charles C. Rogers, Ebenezer F. Odell, Jeremiah C. 
Tilton, Dudley Folsom, Moses Leigh ton, Dexter Chase. 

XJPPER-GILMANTON (Gilmaxton, divided) was 
incorporated June 28, 1859. 

Justice, State — Charles A. Hackett. 

Justices, Quorum — Jeduthan Farrar, Joseph Badger, 
Ira Mooney. 

Justices — Benjamin Morrill, Jeremiah Leavitt, Jona- 
than Kundlett, Elijah 0. Bean, Yv T illiam Badger, Napo- 
leon B. Gale, John G. Page, A. P. B. Currier, Jesse 
DolofF, Joseph M. Folsom, Isaiah Piper, Henry C. 
.Mooney, Nicholas D. Garmon, Gorham Swain, George 
E, Spencer. 

Sheriff— Bartlett Hill, Laconia. 

Deputy Sheriffs — Alton, Charles Hayes ; (Lake Village) 
Gilford, William T. Sargent, Benjamin M. Sanborn; 
Gilmanton, Cyrus Gilrnan ; Meredith, Hanson Beede ; 
Sanborjiton, John G. Hart. 



CARROLL COUNTY. 61 

Deputy Sheriffs in other Counties deputized to serve in 
his County — Moultonborough (Carroll Co.), Benj. E. 
'hurston, Edward Barnard; Wolf borough, Charles H. 
'arker; Franklin (Merrimack Co.), Daniel Osgood; 
Httsfield, Francis B. Berry ; Concord, Joshua B. Merrill. 

Coroners — Gilford, Levi J. Eolsom ; Laconia, George 
j. Sibley. 



COUNTY OF CARROLX,, 

Vas incorporated December 22, 1840. Number of Towns, 

17. Shire Town, Ossipee. Population, 1860, 20,476. > 

* 

County Treasurer — Moses Merrill, Ossipee ; salary, $75. 

Register of Deeds — Loammi Hardy, Ossipee. 

County Sealer — Asa Beach am, Ossipee. 

County Commissioners — Charles Now ell, Wolf borough ; 
Lrthur C. Quimby, Sandwich ; Charles W. Wilder, 
Conway. 



ALBANY. Justice, Quorum — Thomas F. Odell. 
Justices— Samuel Bobertson, Stephen Palmer, John R. 
'arish, Thomas J. A Hard. 

BARTLETT Justices, Quorum— John P. Pitman, 
oseph Pitman, George Pitman. 

Justices — Samuel P. Meserve, Elias M. Hall, Nicholas 
\ Stillings, G-. W. M. Pitman, C. Stilphen, Benjamin 
\ Pendexter, Isaac Meserve, John D. Thompson. 

BROOKFIELD. Justice, State— Joshua N. Gate. 
Justices, Quorum — W. T. Gate, Dudley C. Colman. 
Justices — Henry Tibbetts, Freeman Chamberlain, Wil- 
iam Blake, Jr., Jonathan W. Sanborn. 

CHATHAM. Justice, Quorum — Asa P. Eastman. 
Justices — Rice W. Guptill, Ithiel E. Clay, Edward 
Vebb, John Gould, Seth Wyman. 

CONWAY. Justices, State— Jonathan. T. Chase, Zara 
)utler, F. R. Chase, Joel Eastman. 
Justice, Quorum — Eliphalet Cloutman. 
Justices — Benjamin Bean, Charles S. Whittaker, Charles 



62 COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Sparhawk, Tobias A. Hanson, Edward P. Lamson, George 
K. Bandall, James C. Willey, Samuel Hazelton, Samuel 
B. Shackford, John McMillan, Isaac E. Merrill. 

EATON. Justice, State— Joseph E. Perkins. 

Justice, Quorum — Stephen W. Perkins. 

Justices — Sylvanus S. Clark, Stephen Allard, Thomas 
B. Giles, Silas Snow, Lucien Danforth, Erastus Baker, 
Edmund W. Fernald, Nathaniel Currier, John W. 
Perkins, Elias B. Sargent. 

EFFINGHAM. Justice, State— Josiah Dearborn. 

Justices, Quorwn — Thomas P. Drake, Cyrus K. Drake. 

Justices — E. F. Taylor, Carr L. Drake, Smith Gilman, 
John C. Leavitt, J^sephus L. Drake, Benjamin F. Tay- 
lor, John Demeritt, J. Leavitt, 2d, John Kennett, Simon 
P. Hill, Bufus H. Burbank, Abram Drake, John An- 
drews, Andrew J. Miliken, Nathan W. Titcomb, Robert 
Fulton. 

FEEEDOM. Justices, State— Zebulon Pease, E. 
Towle. 

Justices, Quorum — Ephraim C. Mason, Calvin Topliff. 

Justices — John Lord, Elias Bice, Joseph Smith; James 
Milliken, Josiah Thurston, John T. Swett, Solomon 
Andrews, Stephen Drown, S. Bennett, John Parsons, 
Addison Nutter, Orestes E. Topliff, Edwin Pease, Albert 
Locke, William Mills. 

JACKSON. Justice, State — George P. Meserve. 
Justices, Quorum — Eufus IT. Pinkham. 
Justices — Daniel Dinsmore, Joseph B. Trickey, Jona- 
than Gale, Joseph Perkins, Nathaniel C. Trickey. 

MADISON. Justice, Quorum — Isaiah Forrest. 

Justices — Eobinson Blaisdell, George Merrow, Augus- 
tus Lary, James Mooney, James J. Merrow, Mark P. 
Blaisdell, Matthew Jackson, John Chick, William Ma- 1 
son, Josiah H. Hobbs. 

MOULTONBOBOUGH. Justice, State— Samuel Em- 
erson. 

Justice, Quorum — Enoch True. 

Justices — Samuel P. Moulton, Benjamin M. Mason, 
Jonathan Copp, Abner Adams, Eeuben Smith, Jr., 



CARROLL COUNTY. 63 

amuel Abbott, David L. Warren, Wm. H. H. Mason, 
►enjamin E. Thurston, Ezekiel S. Flanders, P. Kelley, 
Ueazer Davis, Joseph H. Watson, Hazen M. Senter, 
ohn B. Dow, Ansel N. True. 

OSSIPEE. Justice, State— Luther D. Sawyer. 

Justices, Quorum — Sanborn B. Carter, John Smith, 
Izekiel Dole, Simon G. Phil brick. 

Justices — Daniel Wentworth, Asa Beacham, Alvah 
[oulton, John Brown, Leander D. Sinclair, Luther 
r oung, Levi Smith, Moses Merrill, Levi Perkins, W. H. 
[obbs, James L. Brown, James Reynolds, Israel L. 
anders, Benjamin F. Abbott, Rufus F. Stillings, John 
/. Pearson, Gideon Gilman, Samuel D. Quarles. 

SANDWICH. Justices, State— Joseph Wentworth, 
[. H. Marston, William M. Weed, Parker Plumer. 

Justices, Quorum — Jeremiah Furber, W. Cogan, Ira 
.. Bean. 

Justices — John Severance, Elijah Skinner, Beede Var- 
ey, John Gove, Enoch Q. Fellows, Daniel G. Beede, 
ohn H. Hilton, Thomas J. Swett, Daniel Q. Bean, 
iangdon G. Clark, Joseph C. Wiggin, James M. Smith, 
William A. Hurd, Eli Cook, Charles Quimby, Robert 
[. Penneman, David P. Cotton, Thomas Smith, Josiah 
•edee, Lewis Hoag. 

TAMWORTH. Justices, State— Obed Hall, Joseph 
-ilman, Larkin D. Mason. 

Justices, Quorum — Enoch Remick, True Perkins, David 
r. Stevenson. 

Justices— -T. Cook, Andrew W. Hill, Samuel S. Beede, 
ames Howard, Eleazer Young, Andrew Neally, Joshua 
Fickerson, Noah T. Watson, James Chesley, Josiah P. 
ushing, Nahum Gilman, Charles P. Cook, John G. 
Robinson, David M. Gilman, Oliver W. Shaw, Otis G. 
[atch, Henry Hey wood, Joseph Sanborn, Jason Marston, 
[iram M. Sanborn. 

TUFTONBOROUGH. Justices, Quorum— J 'ohn Pea- 
ey, John Haley. 

Justices — William P. Edgerly, George Fox, E. Grant, 
teorge B. Canney, William W. Blaisdell, Daniel A. 



o* COUNTY OFFICERS. 

"Wiggin, Charles H. Copp, Philip D. Blaisdell, William 

N. Boberts, Samuel Fox. 

WAKEFIELD. Justice, State— Amasa Copp. 

Justices, Quorum — William Sawyer, John Wingate, 
William Sawyer, Jr. 

Justices — John Clark, Ephraim G. Smith, John W. 
Sanborn, William P. Burley, John Tredick, George W. 
J. Copp, Jonathan Woodman, Albra Wentworth, Jona- 
than Buzell, Charles Chesley, George A. Beach am, 
Joshua H. Cloutman, Nathaniel Paul, Joshua Brooks, 
James McNorton Cook, Charles W. Page, Hiram Paul. 

WOLFBOKOUGH. Justices, State— Henry B. Bust, 
T. Bust, T. J. Tibbetts, Abel Haley, George Bust, Thomas 
L. Whitton, Charles F. Hill, John M. Brackett, John 
Fox. 

Justice, Quorum — John C. Young. 

Justices — George W. Hersey, Daniel Martin, Aaron 
Boberts, Z. Batchelder, Moses P. Brown, James Bick- 
ford, J. L. Meader, Nathaniel F. Cotton, James Edgerly, 
George W. Warren, Moses T. Cate, William C. Fox, 
C. Bemick, John W. Avery, Porter W. Brown, Joseph 
Stevenson, Elliot Cotton, Bichard B. Davis, Thomas L. 
Marden, John L. Furber, Gilman Cooper, Albert J. 
Hersey, Moses Thompson, Charles F. Parker, John G. 
Cate. 

Sheriff— Enoch Bemick, Tamw r orth. 

Deputy Sheriffs — Conway, Leavitt H. Eastman ; Effing- 
ham, John Demeritt ; Freedom, Enoch Danforth ; Moul- 
tonborough, Benjamin E. Thurston; Ossipee, Daniel 
Wentworth, Luther Young; Sandwich, Samuel Dins- 
more; Tamworth, Edward Bemick; Wakefield, George 
A. Neal, William A. Maleham; Wolfborough, Charles 
H. Parker, Gilman Cooper. 

Deputy Sheriffs in other Counties deputized to serve in 
this County— Meredith (Belknap Co.), Hanson Beede. 

Coroners — Ossipee, Asa Beacham ; Tamworth, T. B. 
Hodgkins ; Wakefield, Samuel W. Boberts. 



65 



COUNTY OF MERRIMACK, 

7as incorporated July 23, 1823. Number of Towns, 25. 
Shire Town, Concord. Population I860, 41,460. 

County Treasurer — Arthur L. Graves, Salisbury ; sal- 
\jf\ $110. 

Register of Deeds — Nathan W. Gove, Concord. 

County Sealer — John D. Cooper, Concord. 

County Commissioners — *Moses Martin, Pembroke; 
jram Buswell, "Warner ; Henry L. Burnham, Dun- 
arton. 



ALLEN STO WIST. Justices, Quorum — Charles Kow- 
1, Daniel Batchelder. 

Justices — J. Perkins, John Tennant, Robert Evans, 
"orman Call, Samuel Martin. 

ANDQVER. Justices, State— John Fellows, Aaron 
Paitt, John M. Shirley. 

Justice, Quorum — Joseph C. Thompson. 
'Justices — Jonathan Brown, Aaron Cilley, Jr., H. A. 
Weymouth, Samuel Morrill, John Wadleigh, "Watson 
>ickerson, Thomas Haley, George S. Clement, George 
leeper, Simeon S. Moulton, Jacob W 7 eare, Chester 
paulding, Stephen R. Swett, Royal Stone, John F. 
Imery, James Scates, 

BRADFORD. Justices, State — Samuel Jones, Mason 
V. Tappan, John D. Wadleigh, Weare Tappan. 

Justices, Quorum — John W. Morse, Jesse Carr. 

Justices — Jason H. Ames, Cummings Pierce, Elisha 
laton, Daniel Carr, Moses E, Gould, Stephen Cressy, 
[iram Davis, Sumner Ward, C. M. Fisk, Timothy P. 
ones, Stephen S. Bean, Ambrose S. Brackett, John 
i-illingham, Edmund J. Ring, Moses K. Hazelton, 
oshua Eaton, George Hart. 

BOSCAWEN. Justices, State— "William H. Gage, 
saac K. Gage. 

*For 1859-60, Carlos G. Pressey, Sutton; Moses Martin, Pem- 
roke; Hiram Buswell, Warner. 



$Q COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Justice, Quorum — Laban M. Chad wick. 

Justices — John Greenough, Caleb Smith, Eliphalet K. 
Webster, David A. G-errish, John Ellsworth, John C. 
Morrill, William M. Baker, Jonathan Tenner. 

BOW. Justice, Quorum — Archibald Stark. 

Justices — Mendell Sampson, Enoch Alexander, Emery 
Clough, Jonathan Corliss, John T. Morgan, John W. 
Goodhue, Parker Brown, Charles F. P. Hildreth, Elisha 
Upton. 

CANTERBURY. Justices, State— Joseph M. Har- 
per, Joseph Clough, D. M. Clough, Jeremiah L. Clough, 
William H. Currier, David Morrill, Jr. 

Justices, Quorum — William H. Poster, Edward Os- 
good. 

Justices — Tho's Lyford, Ebenezer Batchelder, Thomas 
L. Whidden, Lorain T. Weeks, Solomon M. Clifford, 
Luther Sargent, John A. Moore, True K.Mason, George 
W. Peverly, Thomas V. B. Clough, George P. Sanborn, 
Stephen Wiggin. 

CHICHESTER. Justice, State— Daniel K. Poster. 

Justices, Quorum — Hosea C. Knowlton, Edward Lang- 
maid, Charles H. Carpenter. 

Justices— J. BT. C. Leavitt, Daniel R. Kelley, George 
S. Mason, William A. Swain, Daniel K. Poster, Jr. 

CONCORD. Justices, State— Thorns P. Treadwell, 
Jacob A. Potter, Jonathan Eastman, Ira Perley, Rob- 
ert Davis, Stephen C. Badger, Josiah Stevens, William 
Butterfield, J. H. George, Matthew Harvey, Henry A. 
Bellows, Edson Hill, William L. Poster, Stephen Sibley, , 
Joseph Robinson, William Prescott, David Pillsbury,* 
Asa Powier, Josiah Minot, Anson S. Marshall, William \ 
Kent, William H. Rixford, John Y. Mugridge, David i 
B. Plummer, Amos Hadley, Hamilton E. Perkins, Ly- 
man D. Stevens, Joshua B. Merrill, Joseph A. Gil more, j 
Nehemiah Butler, Napoleon B. Bryant, Jonas D.l 
Sleeper, William E. Chandler, Jonathan Kittredge, Pe-j 
ter Sanborn, Edward H. Rollins, William F. Goodwin,! 
Nehemiah G. Ordway, Hazen Pickering, Abraham H.1 
Robinson, Lyman T. Flint, George Tenney, Elisha Ad- 
ams, Samuel Coffin. 



MERKIMACK COUNTY. 67 

Justices, Quorum — A. Herbert Bellows, George G. 
)gg, Richard Bradley, George Minot, John Batchel- 
r, David Davis, Ebenezer Symmes, Mitchel Gilmore, 
remiah S. ISToyes, George Abbot, Theodore French, 
lvester Dana, Henry P. Rolfe, Seth K. Jones, Wil- 
,m H. Buntin, David M. Carpenter, I. Hale, B. W. 
nborn, John Kimball, Henry D. White. 
Justices— Benjamin Parker, James Hoit, Abraham 
jan, Arthur Fletcher, Ebenezer S. Towle, Seth East- 
an, Jacob Carter, Cyrus Robinson, Charles Smart, He- 
an Sanborn, Joseph B. Walker, Thomas D. Potter, 
me Osgood, Atkinson Webster, John F. Brown, 
iorge H. H. Silsby, Ephraim Hutchins, Dana W. 
•att, George W. Wadleigh, Nathan S. Chandler, Da- 
i Watson, John L. Tallant, Harry Houston, William 
. Bartlett, Jonathan L. Cilley, Paltiah Brown, Benja- 
in Grover, John P. Johnson, Caleb Jackman, Wil- 
iin P. Foster, B. F. Gale, William H. Boynton, Wil- 
^m W. Taylor, Perkins Gale, George A. Pillsbury, 
»hn Abbot, Benjamin F. Dow, David Abbot, Thomas 

Moore, William F. Savory, Charles Hall, Josiah Ste- 
ns, Jr., Benjamin E. Badger, George G. Virgin, Mor- 
.1 B. Smith, Jonathan F. Day, George B. Chandler, 
-mes Peverly, Joseph C. A. Wingate, Isaac A. Hill, 
Hiben G. Wyman, Moses Humphrey, L. B. Morrill, 
varies Minot, Rufus Merrill, Onslow Stearns, Jona- 
an L. Pickering, John C. Hall, George H. Hutchins, 
'illiam H. Smart, Timothy Haynes, John Ballard, Na- 
an W. Gove, George F. Whittredge, James Moulton, 
•., Calvin Howe, Allen Tenny, Samuel C. Eastman, 
aac Clement, Isaac N. Elwell, Benjamin B. Clifford, 
Tern i ah F. Runnels, George Foss, Benjamin F. Pres- 
tt, Moses T. Willard, Charles P. Sanborn, Henry S. 
lattuck, Samuel L. F. Simpson, Henry E. Sawyer, Ha- 
n G. Kayes, Willard S. Heath, George W. Ela, Sam- 
1 G. Lane, Edward C. D. Kittredge, Isaac K. Blodg- 
t, George Warren Smith, Josiah Bellows, Henry B. 
Dster, John Y. Brown, Edward E. Sturtevant, Andrew 

Smith, John Dame, Jonathan Kittredge, Charles E. 
wombly, Albert Mi Fisher, David A. Brown, Cyrus 
, Moore, Charles C. Davis. 



bb COUNTY OFFICERS. 

DUNBARTON. Justice, State— Henry L. Burn- 
ham. 

Justice, Quorum — Caleb Stark. 

Justices — Nathan Gutterson, Daniel H. Parker, Na- 
thaniel H. Wheeler, Leonard Bowell, Charles G-. B. Ry- 
der, William B. Burnham, Josiah Richardson, Nathar 
Griffin, Alfred Colhy. 

EPSOM. Justice, State— WiWmm Ham. 

Justice, Quorum — James Martin. 

Justices — Benjamin L. Locke, Symonds Fowler, Jo 
seph J. Moses, John Griffin, Jr., Henry Knox, Samue' 
Yeaton, Henry F. Sanborn, Leonard W. Peabody, Na- 
than Griffin, 2d, Arthur C. Locke. 

FRANKLIN. Justices, State — James Clark, Georg< 
W. Nesmith, Daniel Osgood, Nathaniel H. Sanborn, 
Austin F. Pike, Stephen Kenrick, John Chamberlain 
Jonathan W. Fifield, Moses B. Goodwin. 

Justice, Quorum — Joseph Sweatt. 

Justices — Jeremiah F. Daniels, Samuel Quimhy, Dan 
iel Barnard, David Gilchrist, A. G. Morrison, John H 
Rowell, Jonathan P. Sanborn, John S. Jewell, Johi 
White, Asa B. Closson, Charles Garland, Edwin C 
Stone. 

HENNIKER. Justice, State— Oliver C. Fisher. 

Justices, Quorum — I. Woods, John S. Craig. 

Justices— Jeremiah Foster, Hiram Bell, William P 
Cressy, Jonas Wallace, Oliver Pillsbury* John C 
Campbell, Hiram M. Davis, Francis Colby, Edwarc 
B. S. Sanborn, J. Morse, James Straw, Zadok Dustin, Jr 

HOOKSETT. Justice, Quorum— Jesse Gault. 

Justices— John H. Mitchell, Eri Poor, Savory T. Bur 
bank, George Davis, Joseph T. Goss, Henry Saltmarsh 
Benjamin J. Gile, Hiram Kimball, Samuel Head 
Joseph Blanchard. 

HOPKINTON. Justices, State— Horace Chase, Dye 
H. Sanborn. 

Justices, Quorum — Phineas Clough, Isaac D. Merrill 
Isaac Story, George W. Currier, James Fellows. 

Justices — Joab Patterson, Benjamin Loverin, Mose 
Colby, John Currier, Moses Copps, James Hoyt, Phinea 



MERRIMACK COUNTY. 69 

lough, 2d, Paul R. George, Horace C. Stanley, Joseph 
low, John M. Bailey, Richard F. Morgan, G. L. Kim- 
ill, Charles Gould, William Restieaux, Geo. B. Hardy, 
:>hn M. Milton, Cyril C. Tyler, I. A. Putney, J. M. 
urnham, A. White, J. L. Colby, Arial P. Knowlton, 
)hn Carter, Albert Crowell, Warren Clark. 

LOUDON". Justices, Quorum— Ira Osgood, Preserved 
obinson, Joseph C. Harper, Jeremiah Clough, Isaac S. 
rench. 

Justices— George B. Johnson, John S. Osborne, Nathan - 
1 S. Batchelder, Benjamin F. Neal, Samuel P. Calef, 
heophihis B. Martin, Jeremiah T. Clough, Moses Morse, 
eorge W. Neal, John B. Moore, William Emery, Sam- 
jl B. Lovering, David Lake, Joseph F. French, Hiram 
rench. 

NEWBURY. Justice, Quorum— Eli Dodge. 
Justices — John Muzzey, Jr., Joseph Bean, Jeremiah 
[orse, Moody Gillingham, James M. Cilley, Giles Bart- 
tt, Nathaniel C. Savory, Nathaniel C. Lear. 

NEW-LONDON. Justices, State-- Anthony Colby, 

eorge W. Everett, Luther McCutchins, Daniel E. Col- 

r, Marcus E. Sargent. 

Justice, Quorum — Richard H. Messer. 

Justices — A. Page, John M. Hayes, Albert Little, 

imes Todd, Joshua F. Hemphill, James C. Greenwood, 

harles S. Sargent, Anthony C. Burpee, Geo. W. Gard- 

sr, Andrew J. Kidder, Edwin A. Jones, Samuel M. Carr, 

)hn Brown, Hugh B. Clough, Joseph N. Hannaford, 

uther M. Trussell, Ruel Whitcomb. 

NORTHFIELD. Justices, State— Asa P. Cate, Archi- 
ild S. Clark. 

Justices, Quorum — James Cochran, Jeremiah Smith, 
sremiah Tiiton. 

Justices — Isaac Whittier, J. Kimball, Shubael Dear- 
Drn, Jr., James P. Robertson, Moses Batchelder, George 
, Tibbetts, Jeremiah Cross, Thomas Chase, Daniel M. 
use, Joseph F. Simonds, James H. Cofran, Parsons 
Chidden. 

PEMBROKE. Justices, State— Moses Martin, Aaron 
7"hittemore. 



70 COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Justices, Quorum — William Knox, Moody Kent, James 
Wilson. 

Justices — Jeremiah H. Wilkins, Noah M. Cochran, 
N orris Cochran, Trueworthy L. Fowler, Winthrop 
Fowler, Jr., William Hazelton, Jr., Jacob Sawyer, Hall 
B. Emery, Martin H. Cochran, Josiah K. Locke, Sam- 
uel E. Moore, Amos C. Dow. 

PITTSFIELD. Justices, State— Henry B. Leavitt, 
Benjamin Emerson. 

Justices, Quorum — John L. Thorndike, Benjamin L. 
Cram, James Drake. 

Justices— John True, John B. Berry, John S. Tilton, 
William W. Proctor, Abraham French, 2d, Noah W 
Drake, Joseph Tasker, E. P. J. Tenney, William Knowl- 
ton, Porter C. True, Sherburne J. Winslow, William 0. 
Evans, Isaac S. Carr, Elbridge A. True, Jonathan 
Towle, Charles E. Perkins, John I. Pillsbury, Reuben S. 
French, William A. Mack, Hiram A. Tuttle, Joseph 
Harvey. 

SALISBURY. Justices, State — Benjamin Pettengill, 
Arthur L. Graves. 

Justices, Quorum — Moses Greeley, Samuel C. Bartlett, 
S. Pingry. 

Justices — Moses Fellows, E. F. Greenough, Ebenezer 
Johnson, John Bean, Porter B. Watson, Gilbert East- 
man, Jonathan H. Clement, Moses P. Thompson, Cyrus 
Gookin, Nathaniel Sawyer, John C. Smith, Amos P. 
Stevens, Moses J. Stevens, Joseph P. Stevens, Thomas 
D. Little. 

SUTTON. Justices, State— Benjamin Wadleigh, Rob- 
ert Lane. 

Justice, Quorum — Enoch Page. 

Justices — Samuel Dresser, Jr., George C. Eaton, Na- 
thaniel A. Davis, Moses Hazen, Lewis Richards, Carlos 
G. Pressey, Asa Page, John C. Dresser, Erastus Wad- 
leigh, James M. Sargent, Thomas J. Wadleigh, George: 
Putney, Moses W. Russell. 

WARNER. Justices, State— Abner B. Kelly, Walter 
Harriman 
Justices, Quorum — Franklin Symonds, Robert Thomp* 



MERRIMACK COUNTY. 71 

ggt Leonard Eaton, John Currier, Jr., Stephen K. Hoyt, 
reorge Jones. 

Justices— R. G. Harris, Abner Woodman, John Couch, 
r., Stephen Bartlett, James M. Harriman, H. H. Har- 
iman, Zebulon D. Currier, Joshua George, P. Davis, 
I D. Bobertson, N. A. Davis, Harrison K. Sargent, 
'imothy Flanders, George S. Morgan, Ira Harvey, 
amuel Davis, Jr., George Savory. 

WEBSTEK (Boscawen divided and the west part) 
icorporated July 3, 1860. Organized according to law 
aigust 11, 1860. 

Justice, State — Simeon B. Little. 

Justice, Quorum — Hezekiah Fellows. 

Justices— Thomas Elliott, Moody A. Pillsbury, Luke 
lorser, Joseph L. Couch, George W. Stevens, Moses 
Phittier, David A.'McCurdy, George Little. 

WILMOT. Justices, State— John Woodbury, Jr., Ho- 
atio N> Mason, William W. Flanders. 

Justices, Quorum — Merrill Cross, Samuel Teel, Philip 
\ Pattee. 

Justices — Morrill Currier, Samuel Greeley, John Teel, 
ddo S. Brown, Otis Jones, John Cross, Porter K. Phil- 
rick, Joseph K. Wallace, Charles K. Brown, George 
V. Prescott, Green Johnson, John M. Carr, Richard J. 
tevens. 

Sheriff— Nehemiah George Ordway, Concord. 

Deputy Sheriffs — Andover, Aaron Waitt ; Bradford, 
ohn D. Wadleigh ; Concord, Charles Smart, Jeremiah 
». Durgin, George G. Virgin ; New-London, Albert Lit- 
Le ; Pittsfleld, Francis B. Berry ; Warner, John Cur- 
ier ; Henniker, Hiram M. Davis ; Pembroke, William 
L Clifford ; Canterbury, William H. Currier ; Franklin, 
onathan P. Sanborn ; South Newbury, Eli Dodge. 

Deputy Sheriffs in other Counties deputized to serve in 
his County— Manchester (Hillsborough Co.), Mace Moul- 
on, D. L. Stevens, Isaac W. Farmer ; Candia (Rock- 
ngham Co.), Carr B. Haines ; Northwood, William 
ling; Epping, B. S. Clifford ; Danbury (Grafton Co.) r 
Yilliam P. Stone. 

Jailer — Charles C. Davis, Concord. 



COFXTY OFFICERS. 

Coroners — Cone: \ : . Seth Eastman. Cady Clark ; SoliP 
D C G v W . Stephen Bartlett : Pitts- 

-■:' I John Wheeler. 



COUNTY OF HILIiSBOROUGH. 

Was incorpor ate d March 19. 1771. Number of Tamms, 
Shire Towns, Amherst, Manchester and Nashua. (Count* 
records kept at Amtierst. ) Population, 1 S 61 E . . IS 

C: ■:-. r ■■::.;..-■: ■ — A::::r J Wi'.s:::. Weiirc : ; :.":.:'t. 
$126. 

i?t - - D,v::>— Charles B. Tuttle. Amherst. 

C: - ? '.' -^John F. Whiting. Amherst. 

C:: :*: C; . .•: : . : 5 — Se w:\7_ Pitman. Wii;;n: Ira 
- : :_:. New-Boston, Ephraim Western. Hancock. 



AitfHEEST. Justices, State— Wm.Wetherbe^Charll 

H, Campbell. 

Ju i : ; i . Q uorum — Per I e Dodge, C h arles Eichar dson, 
Francis P. Fitch. Edward 5. Cutter. 

— David BosseU, Joseph Mace. Barnabas B. 
David. William J. Weston. James Monroe, Abiel SteeM 
Gilbert Hills. L. J. Seeomb, J. Hartshorn, Charles iff 
Tuttle. Francis Wright. 

AJNTKEML Justice^ a fe— Jacot Whittemore. Leal 
uel X. Pattee. 

Justices. Qnormm — Isaac Baldwin, Nathan W. C Jame- 
-::;. Win S Poster, James Boyd 

a^AmosPtannenter, John G.Flint, T^S. Holmes/ 

Cvrus St H am Grimn. Charlr- McKean, Imla 

Wright.' John S. Shed, Ira Cochran. John B. Woodboryi 

? Pratt, James Wood, John M. Wallace, Williaasr, 

Sterens, J ; h n E . Abbott, Reed P. Whi ttemore. Henry 

B. Swett. Samuel Wilson. Wm. X. Tuttle. 

BEDFORD. Justices, Quorum— Yeter P. Woodbury, 

A. Chandler. 

ggM — Gardner Xevins. Moses Gage. Henry Hale, 
Joseph H. Stevens, William B. Stevens. Leonard C. 
French, 2d, Oliver L. KefedaU, Thomas G. Holbrook. 



HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY. {6 

BENNINGTON. Justices, Quorum — John Dodge, 
nos Whittemore, John H. Fleming. 
Justices — John W. Flagg, Samuel Baldwin, Gilbert P. 
ill, Walter D. Woods, Henry H. Duncklee, Gideon F. 
>dge, Horace F. Dinsmore. 

BROOKLINE. Justices, Quorum — Nathaniel Shat- 
3k, Ensign Bailey. 

Justices — Alpheus Shattuck, Thomas Bennett, Benja- 
n Gould, Henry B. Stiles, Joseph F. Jefts, Alonzo 
ilev, Henry B. Copp, William Gilson, Calvin B. 
edd, William C. Smith, William G. Shattuck. 

DEERING. Justices, Quorum — William Forsaith, 

Lssell Tubbs. 

Justices — William Manahan, Squiers S. Clement, 

Loch Hadley Josiah Loveren, George Smart, George C. 

tten, Herod Chase, Horace Gove, Benjamin L. Bart- 

t. 

FRANCESTOWN. Justices, Quorum— Paul H. Bix- 
, Francis H. Morgan. 

Justices — Alexander Wilson, Herbert Yose, Samuel B. 
>dge, Nahum Farnum, Thomas B. Bradford, David 
wood, John H. Patch, Samuel D. Downs, John West, 
,niel F. Frye. 

310FFSTOWN. Justices, State— Jesse Carr, D. Steele. 

Justices, Quorum — Benjamin Stevens, 2d, George Poor. 
Justices — Alfred Story, John G. Dodge, Alonzo F. 
rr, Thomas R. Butterfleld, David Pattee, Gilman F. 
rley, Calvin Wyman, Daniel Little, John M. Parker, 
mes W. Poland. 

GREENFIELD Justice, State— Wm. Whittemore. 
Tustice, Quorum — Lewis Richardson. 
Justices — William L. Savage, Horace Cudworth, A. 
tiittemore, Cyrus Richardson, Ephraim Holt, Charles 
,ch, John Gregg. 

IANCOCK. Justice, State— David Patten. 
histices, Quorum — Andrew C. Cochran, John Dennis. 
T ustices — John Whitcomb, C. Duncan, Joel Gates, 
eph Davis, William Gray, Ephraim Weston, JMark 
Spaulding, Richard Emerson. 
4 



74 COUNTY OFFICERS. 

HILLSBOKOUGH. Justices, State— Chandler E. 
Potter, James F. Briggs. 

Justices, Quorum — William B. Whittemore, Joshua 
Marcy. 

Justices — Thomas Wilson, Levi Goodale, Abel C. 
Burnham, Ezra Clement, Jason H. T. Newell, Nathan 
Kendall, Samuel G. Barnes, Francis IS". Blood, Benjamin 
Tuttle, John G-. Dickey, Jotham Moore, John B. Ellen- 
wood, Samuel M. Baker, Orasmus W. Burnham, John 
G. Fuller, John McNeil, William Lovejoy, John Mc- 
Clintock. 

HOLLIS. Justice, State — John J5f. Worcester. 
Justices, Quorum, — Joel Hardy, Edward Emerson, 
Justices — Jonathan T. Wright, Leonard Farley, John 
Farley, Noah Farley, Noah Johnson, Ambrose H. Wood, 
John B. Perkins, Edward J. Patch, Enoch I. Colbuin, 
John S. Heywood. 

HUDSON. Justices, Quorum — James Pierce, Keuben 
Greeley. 

Justices — Paul Colburn, Stephen D. Greeley, James 
Emery, David 0. Smith, William H. Chase, Noah 0. 
Eobinson, Daniel T. s Gage, David Clement, Kimball 
Webster. 

LITCHFIELD. Justice, Quorum— -Isaac McQuesten. 

Justices — John White, Parker Bixby, W. Goodspeed, 

Isaac N. Center, J. Abbot Marsh, Jonathan A. Griffin. 

LYNDEBOBOUGH. Justices, Quorum— V. C. Grant, 
John Bichardson. 

Justices — David Putnam, Joel H. Tarbell, Timothy 
T. Putnam, Oliver Bixby, William A. Jones, William 
J. Herrick, Eli C. Curtis, George W. Bosworth, Jacob 
Butler. 

MANCHESTEE. Justices, State— Mace Moulton, 
Daniel Clark, Herman Foster, Samuel D. Bell, William 
C. Clarke, George W. Morrison, Frederick G. Stark, 
Warren L. Lane, David J. Clark, Isaac W. Smith, Wil- 
liam P. Kiddle, Samuel Upton, Jacob F. James, Moody, 
Currier, Theodore T. Abbott, Isaac Eiddle, Samuel JST. j 
Bell, Joseph C. Abbott, Bradbury P. Cilley, Samuel D.j 



HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY. 75 

ord, Frederick Smyth, Ira A. Eastman, Amos B. Shat- 
ick, George H. Hubbard, Nathan Parker,, Joseph B. 
lark, Jacob G. Cilley, Daniel L. Stevens, William W. 
!orris, Isaac W. Farmer, George W. Pinkerton. 
Justices, Quorum — John Stark, 3d, Charles Stark, Isaac 
. Flanders, John S. Kidder, David Cross, Edward W. 
Harrington, Lewis W. Clark, Darwin J. Daniels, Samuel 
ould, George A. Barnes, Jacob B. Daniels. 
Justices — Joseph M. Howell, David A. Bun ton, Hiram 
rown, David Hill, Daniel C. Gould, Moses Fellows, 
^seph Knowlton, George F. Judkins, George A. French, 
imes Hersey, John L. Fitch, James S. Cheney, John 
. Goodale, William W. Baker, Stephen Palmer, Ste- 
ins M. Dow, William P. Newell, Ezekiel A. Straw, 
)seph E. Bennett, .J. T. P. Hunt, Hilas Dickey, Clin- 
n W. Stanley, James O. Adams, Charles W. Adams, 
)seph Kidder, Stephen M. Baker, John T. Moore, 
ucien B. Clough, Benjamin F. Wallace, G. W. Kiddle, 
:>nas B. Bowman, A. J. Dow, William W. Morris, 
3seph S. Harriman, Rodney Nutt, John P. Newell, 
enjamin F. Locke, George W. F. Converse, Elijah M. 
Dpliff, Andrew G. Tucker, William B. Webster, Alonzo 
nith, Stephen G. Clarke, James B. Straw, Charles H. 
rown, William Bichardson, Kichard N. Batch elder, 
/"illiam Stark, Robert Gilchrist, Thomas S. Montgomery, 
enjamin F. Martin, Benjamin F. Page, Ephraim Corey, 
aniel W. Lane, Joseph B. Sawyer, Joseph H. Knowl- 
n, Simeon D. Farnsworth, Daniel M. Robertson, Wil- 
■im Reynolds, Abram B. Lord, Phineas Adams, Davis 
aker, Justin Spear, John B. Goodwin, Enoch Holcomb, 
)seph G. George, Samuel B. Burnham, Brooks Shattuck, 
3hns L. Kelley, Charles W. Johnson, John A. Riddle, 
orace Pattee, Henry T. Mo watt, Samuel Hall, Timothy 
I. Little, Josiah A. Haines, Ira Barr, Francis S. Green- 
af, Lemuel H. James, James A. Weston, Samuel Gam- 
e, John Moulton, Daniel A. Crosby, Charles A. Rich- 
dson, John Hosley, William Dutemple, Jonathan 
orse. 

MASON. Justice, Quorum — George Taft. 

Justices — Jonathan Russell, Thomas H. Marshall, 

larles Scripture, Joseph B. Wilson, Willard B. Jefts, 



76 COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Henry McG-own, N. Herman Shattuck, William A. 
Preston, William Claggett. 

MERRIMACK. Justices, Quorum — Oliver Spaulding, 
William T. Parker. 

Justices — Alexander McC. Wilkins, Leonard Walker, 
Edward P. Parker, Isaac McGaw, M. B. McConihe, 
William McKean, Harrison Eaton, Hosea B. Spaulding, 
David Henderson, Franklin Herrick, David Jones. 

MILFORD. Justices, State— William Ramsdell, 
Bainbridge Wadleigh, Leonard Chase. 

Justices, Quorum — Daniel Russell, Gilbert Wadleigh, 
John E. Bruce, Pliny Whitney. 

Justices — Luther Hutchinson, Reed Dutton, D. P. 
Needham, J. Smith Stickney, George W. Burns, Hum- 
phrey M. Tyler, Martin Hall, Oliver W. Lull, Abel 
Chase, Joel H. Gutterson, Frederick T. Sawyer, Moses 
French, Pomroy W. Rossiter, Elbridge G. Newton, Wil- 
liam Lane, George F. Bartlett, Clinton S. Averill, John 
E. Foster. 

MONT-VERNON. Justice, Quorum— John Bruce. 
Justices — Nathaniel Bruce, Alonzo Travis, Charles J. 
Smith, Harry H. Bragg, William H. Conant. 

NASHUA. Justices, State — Israel Hunt, Isaac Spal- 
ding, Albert McKean, Aaron F. Stevens, Charles P. 
Danforth, Charles R. Morrison, George Stark, Aaron 
W. Sawyer, Albin Beard, Benjamin F. Emerson, George 
Y. Sawyer, Archibald H. Dunlap, Thomas Parsons, 
Stillman S. Davis. 

Justices, Quorum — John M. Hunt, Bernard B. Whitte- 
more, Zebadiah Shattuck, Thomas Chase, Daniel W. 
Baker, Joseph Greeley, Harvey J. Marshall, Joshua F. 
Whittle, Edward P. Emerson, John H. Gage. 

Justices — Franklin Fletcher, Silas Butterfield, Joseph us 
Baldwin, William D. Beasom, Lyman Heath, Edward 
Spalding, James S. Roby, James Swallow, Josiah G. 
Graves, Aaron P. Hughes, Abraham Mitchell, Robert 
Moore, Edward Wheeler, Russell E. Dewey, George W. 
Perham, Nathan McKean, Harrison Hobson, Solomon 
Spalding, Edward B. West, Leonard W. Noyes, John 
B. Bailey, H. J. Chapman, Ignatius Bagley, Clark C. 



HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY. 77 

loutwell, Jacob O. Smith, David A. G. Warner, S. B. 
ichardson. Isaac Eaton, Freeman S. Kogers, T. B. 
.dams, Jacob K. Marshall, William White, John D. 
[utter, Calvin B. Hill, Albert Lull, Oliver A. Wood- 
ary, William W. Bailey, James Eayers, Francis Winch, 
William L. Carter, Luther F. Locke, Orlando S. Mar- 
lall, Paris H. Hill, Jeff. Kockwood, John M. Flanders, 
jf, J. Cooper, Frederick Chase, George H. Whitney, 
oseph F. Andrews, Henry Parkinson, Evan B. Ham- 
tond, Charles H. Nutt, Gustine Marshall, David A. 
Wilson, Hiram T. Morrill, William Barrett, Samuel 
uck, David Gillis, Isaac Knight, Charles E. Merrill, 
eorge Tuttle, Levi P. Sawyer. 

NEW-IPSWICH. Justices, State— John Preston, 
X)sea Eaton, Jeremiah Smith. 

Justice, Quorum — George Barrett. 

Justices — Moody Adams, William W. Johnson, Ste- 
hen Thayer, James Chandler, John T. Stevens, James 
paulding, Samuel W. Bent, Christopher Whitney, 
William Hassell, Nathaniel Y. Oliver, Henry Adams, 
fathan Sanders, Peter H. Clarke, Henry O. Preston, 
ohn U. Davis, Paul Moors, George N. Wheeler, 2d, 
Jfred S. Smith. 

NEW-BOSTON. Justice, State— John Atwood. 

Justices, Quorum — Benjamin Fairfield, Kobert B. 
iochran. 

Justices — Daniel Campbell, George G. Fox, Ira Gage, 
ames McCurdy, Kodney McLane, Neil McLane, David 
). Smith, James M. Gregg, Ninian C. Crombie. 

PELHAM. Justice, State— Moody Hobbs. 

Justices, Quorum — J. Gibson, J. Atw T ood, David 
lutter. 

Justices — Gilbert Colburn, Daniel Marshall, Abel 
rage, David Butler, Alfred S. Smith. 

PETEKBOEOUGH. Justices, State— John H. Steele, 
)aniel B. Cutter, Cornelius Y. Dearborn. 

Justices, Quorum — Abiel Sawyer, Albert Smith, Tim- 
thy K. Ames. 

Justices — Samuel Adams, Alexander Kobbe, Josiah S. 
lorrison, William H. Whittemore, James G. White, 



/» COUNTY OFFICERS. 

James Scott, Charles G. Cheney, Jacob Longley, Person 
C. Cheney, William B. Kimball, Charles Scott, Eli S. 
Hunt, Samuel Edes, John Smith, George A. Ramsdell, 
Timothy K. Ames, 2d, John M. Collins. 

SHARON". Justices, Quorum — Samuel Nay, Nathan 
Moors, James Taggart. 
Justice — Prank W. Preston. 

TEMPLE. Justices, Quorum — Nathan Wheeler, 
Isaac Kimball, Elbridge G. Cutter, Francis Whiting. 
Justice — Franklin Merriam, 

WE ARE. Justice, State— John L. Hadley. 

Justices, Quorum — Amos W. Bailey, Daniel Paige, 
William Woodbury, William H. Gove. 

Justices — Abraham Morrill, Jesse Whittaker, Hiram 
Simons, Moses A. Hodgdon, Jonathan D. Clement, Josiah 
G. Dearborn, Robert B. Cars well, Moses Dearborn, Amos 
J. Wilson, Albe Morrill, Simon B. Gove, Daniel John- 
son, William B. Gove, David Gould. 

WILTON. Justices, Quorum — Joseph W. Killam, 
Eliphalet Putnam, Josiah Eleeman. 

Justices — Joel Abbot, Timothy Parkhurst, David 
Whiting, Elbridge E. Perkins, Charles Spaulding, 
George W. Daniels, Lewis Howard, Benjamin Baker, 
Philander Ring, Sewell Putnam, Burleigh French, 
Charles H. Burns, Willard French, Moses Clark, Wil- 
liam Emerson. 

WINDSOR. Justices— James W. Perkins, John M. 
Curtis, Jonathan B. Emerson. 

Sheriff— Daniel L. Stevens, Manchester. 

Deputy Sheriffs — Amherst, Gilbert Hills ; Manchester, 
Isaac W. Farmer; Peterborough, Timothy K. Ames, 
Charles Scott ; New-Ipswich, Peter H. Clark ; Goffstown, 
David Pattee ; Hillsborough, John G. Dickey ; Nashua, 
John Taylor ; Mason, Willard Jefts ; Wilton, Willard 
French ; Milford, William Lane, Humphrey M. Tyler ; 
Pelham, Alfred S. Smith. 

Deputy Sheriffs in other Counties deputized to serve in 
this County — Concord (Merrimack Co.), N. G. Ordway. 

Jailor — Gilbert Hills, Amherst. 



CHESHIRE COTJKTY. 79 

Coroners — Antrim, William jN\ Tuttle; Brookline, 
•temas Wight; Manchester, Joseph M. KoWell ; Mason, 
sorge Taft ; Nashua, James White, Moses Davis, Jef- 
'son Rockwood. 



COUNTY OF CHESHIRE, 

as incorporated March 19, 1771. Number of Towns, 
22. Shire Town, Keene. Population, 1860, 27,443. 

County Treasurer — Ephraim Foster, Keene ; salary, 

00. 

Register of Deeds — Calvin May, Jr., Keene. 

County Sealer . 

County Commissioners — Lawson Robertson, Alstead ; 
Tlliam Adams, Swanzey ; Samuel Atherton. 



ALSTEAD. Justices, Quorum — Azel Hatch, A. 

.over, Asa H. Carpenter, Bolivar Lovell. 

Justices — Joseph Kingsbury, Ira Rust, Whitney Breed, 

iwson Robertson, Alden S. Thurston, Eli Wilson, Abel 

.chardson, James E. Isham, James Ramsey, Lyman 

landler, Oliver Shepard, Samuel Yv r . Prouty, William 

irron. 

CHESTERFIELD. Justice, State— Barton Skinner. 
Justices, Quorum — Otis Amidon, W. R. Platts. 
Justices — Samuel Beal, Ezekiel P. Pierce, J. C. Good- 
dge, Ezra Titus, William Bennett, Oscar Coolidge, 
)hn B. Eisk, George H. E. Col burn, John M. Rich- 
'dson, Mark Cook, Parker D. Cressey, Arza K. Clark, 
ansom Earr, Henry 0. Coolidge, Ebenezer P. Weth- 
ell. 

DUBLIN. Justices, State — Thomas Eiske, Jonathan 
'.. Smith. 

Justice, Quorum— Asa Heald. 

Justices — Rufus Piper, Aaron Smith, John G. Parker, 
ranklin J. Ware, Joseph Perry, Jacob Gleason. 

EITZ WILLI AM. Justices, State— John J. Allen, 
r., Amos A. Parker. 
Justices, Quorum — James Batcheler, Silas Cummings. 



8U COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Justices — John J. Allen, Jonathan S. Adams, John 
Kimball, Joel Whittemore, John Whittemore, Samuel 
Kendall. 

GILSUM. Justice, State — George ~W. Hammond. . 

Justices — Israel B. Loveland, George W. Newman, 
Francis A. Howard, George Hammond, Ezra "Webster. 

HINSDALE. Justices, State— Frederick Boyden, 
William Haile. 

Justices, Quorum — Obed Slate, Ezra Burnham. 

Justices — Obed Slate, Jr., Charles J. Amidon, John 
D. Todd, Hollis Taylor, Hezekiah F. Horton, Lemuel 
Liscom, Lockhart Davenport. 

JAFFEEY. Justices, Quorum — Alonzo Bascom, 
John Fox. 

Justices — George Bryant, Asa Baker, John A. Pres- 
cott, 2d, David A. Wood. Albert S. Scott. 

KEENE. Justices, State — Salma Hale, Leonard Bis- 
co, Samuel Dinsmoor, Levi Chamberlain, William P. 
Wheeler, Thomas M. Edwards, G. F. Starkweather, 
Frank S. Fiske, Francis A. Faulkner, Charles C Web- 
ster, Edward Farrar. 

Justices, Quorum — John H. Fuller, Lewis Campbell, 
George W. Sturtevant, Charles Sturtevant, Samuel 
Woodward. 

Justices — John H. Elliott, George A. Wheelock, Isaac 
Sturtevant, Noah B. Cook, F. F. Lane, Jehiel Wilson, 
Horatio Kimball, Joseph Perry, Nelson Morse, Thomas 
H. Leverett, Ephraim A. Chapin, Edward Joslin, Henry 
C. Handerson, Kalph J. Holt, Calvin May, Jr., Seth 
Wadsworth, Silas Hardy, Samuel B. Aldrich, George Til- 
den, Ephraim Foster, Dauphin W. Buckminster, Daniel 
Buss, Charles F. Webster, Yirgil A. Wright, Harvey 
Carlton, Augustus T. Wilder, Elisha F. Lane, William 
P. Abbott, Harvey W. Cooper, Caleb T. Buffum, Addi- 
son Stone, Benjamin F, Phelps, Henry F. Severens, Don 
H. Woodward, Henry Willard. 

MABLBOBOUGH. Justice, Quorum — Benjamin 
Whitney. 

Justices — Keuben Ward, Nelson Converse, A. Frost, 



CHESHIRE OOUNTY. 81 

aims Collins, Elijah Boyden, Ebenezer Greenwood, 
yrus E. Hardy. 

MAKLOW. Justice, State— Allen Giffin. 

Justices, Quorum — Bethuel Parley, Amos Huntley, 

mos S. Fisk. 

Justices — Edmund Jones, John Q. Jones, C. D. Sy- 

onds, Franklin Downing, Franklin Graves, Willard 

.. Baker. 

NELSON". Justice, State — Milan Harris. 
Justice, Quorum — Charles H. Whitney. 
Justices — Horatio Osgood, Frederick Taylor, Charles 
. P. Harris, Gilman Griffin, Justus Fisher, Edwin K. 
ocke, Simon G. Griffin. 

BICHMOND. Justice, Quorum— J arvis "Weeks. 
Justices — Silas Jilson, Kendall Fisher, William 
/"right, Uberto Bowen, John W. Herrick, David B. 
Idrich, David Buffum, 2d. 

BINDGE. Justice, State— Stephen B. Sherwin. 
Justice, Quorum — -Levi Howe. 

Justices — Joshua Converse, John P. Simonds, Thomas 
igalls, Jason B. Perry, Zebulon Converse, Alison Lake, 
eorge W. Todd, Jr., Arba S. Coffin, George W. 
teams, Oratio P. Allen, Ebenezer Blake, Josiah Ab- 
)t, Amos J. Blake, David Stowe, James B. Bobbins. 

BOX BUB. Y. Justices — Seth Kingsbury, Brigham 
ims, Eli Clark. 

STODDABD, Justices, Quorum — Asa Copeland, 
hester A. Blodgett. 

Justices — Abner Knowlton, William Wilson, Elipha- 
•t Fox, Jonas P. Keed, Luther Abbott, Sumner 
Inight. 

SULLIVAN. Justices — David Seward, Josiah Pea- 
ody, George C. Hubbard, Charles Mason, David A. 
'elt, Franklin Buckminster, J. Symonds. 

SUBK Y. Justices— Eliphalet Dort, Nathan D. Beed, 
oseph Allen, William H. Porter, Horace Wilcox, 
4* 



82 COUNTY OFFICERS. 

SWANZEY. Justices, Quorum — Joseph Hammond, 
Jr., Elijah Sawyer. 

Justices — Amos Bailey, Charles 1ST. Hills, Isaac Strat- 
ton, Kufus Bowen, Aaron Holbrook, Jotham W. Frink, 
Willard Adams, Stephen Faulkner, Benjamin Reed, 
Thomas T. Wetherbee, Barnabas C. Peters, Asaph Cor- 
lis, Enoch Howes, Alonzo A. "Ware, Alanson S. Whit- 
comb, William Read. 

TROY. Justices, Quorum — Brown Nurse, Abel 
Baker. 

Justices — Joseph Jones, Edward P. Kimball, Leonard 
Farrar, David W. Farrar, Isaac Aldrich, Jr., Edwin 
Butrick. 

WALPOLE. Justices, State— Frederick Yose, David 
Fisher. 

Justices, Quorum — Walton Mead, George Hunting- 
ton, J. B. Burnham, David C. Thompson, Aldis Lovell. 

Justices — John P. Maynard, Ebenezer Morse, Hope 
Lathrop, Daniel Merriam, Jr., Henry Mellish, John W. 
Lovejoy, Francis B. Knapp, John W. Hayward, Wil- 
liam Arnold, Ebenezer E. Stowell, Augustus F. May- 
nard, Oliver Martin. 

WESTMORELAND. Justices, State— Larkin Ba- 
ker, Charles F. Brooks. 

Justice, Quorum — Tileston A. Barker. 

Justices — Z. Britton, Anson Cole, Arvin Aldrich r 
Charles H. Cook, Jedediah Sabin, Barton Simmons. 

WINCHESTER. Justices, Quorum— Calvin Bur- 
nap, Edwin M. Forbes. 

Justices — Ebenezer D. Foster, Henry Kingman, Asa- 
hel J. Humphrey, Erastus Dickinson, Willard Jackson. 
John Cook, Everson Cook, Edward Gustine, Elishs 
Hutchins, Jr., Luther Cheney, John Wheelock, Johr 
Severance, Ira W. Russell, Sampson W. Buflum, Ed 
ward P. Tenney, John P. Merrill, Daniel A. Hawkins 
Alvin W. Ball, Marshall Kingman, John Burbank, El? 
lery Albee, William Rixford, Augustus W. French. 
Charles Barber. 

Sheriff— Bolivar Lovell, Alstead, 



SULLIVAN COUNTY. 83 

Deputy Sheriffs — Hinsdale, Lockhart Davenport ; 
r affrey, David A. Wood ; Keene, Kalph J. Holt, Elisha 
>\ Lane, Harvey W. Cooper ; Richmond, John W. 
lerrick; Walpole, Waldo F. Hayward ; Stoddard, 
urnner Knight ; Winchester, Daniel A. Hawkins ; 
n roy, Isaac Aldrich, Jr. 

Deputy Sheriffs in other Counties, deputized to serve in 
his County — Peterborough (Hillsborough Co.), T. K. 
Lmes, Charles Scott. 

Jailer — Augustus T. Wilder, Keene. 

Coroners — Keeyie, William S. Briggs ; Nelson, Milan 
[arris. 



COUNTY OF SULL.IVAJV, 

ncorporated July 5, 1827. Shire Town, Newport. Number 
of Towns, 15. Population, 1860, 19,039. 

County Treasurer — Albro Blodgett, Claremont; sal- 
ry, $100. 

Register of Deeds — Alexander V. Hitchcock, New- 
ort. 

County Sealer — Jonathan Miner, Claremont. 

County Commissioners — Josiah Turner, Sunapee ; 
Chester Pike, Cornish ; William McCrae, Charlestown. 



ACWOKTH. Justices, Quorum — Jesse Slader, Chapin 
L Brooks. 

Justices — Joel Tracy, Granville Gilmore, Edward 
/Voodbury, Joseph Ball, Z. Slader, Joseph G. Silsby, 
Nicholas E. Sargent, Daniel Kobinson, Harvey Hay- 
ward, Hezekiah Copeland, 2d, Adna Keyes, Jacob B. 
lichardson, Joseph S. Bowers, Artemas C. Field, 
"ames A. Wood. 

CHABLESTQW^N. Justices, State— Enos Stevens, 
Cdmund L. Cushing. 

Justices — Thomas Whipple, Henry Hubbard, Isaac F. 
/^etherbee, Samuel Webber, Simeon O. Cooley, Bich- 
rd Hubbard, Alvin Frost, James C. Stebbins, Henry 
I. Sylvester, Harvey Abbott, William McCrae, Samuel 
talker, George Olcott, Jr., Simon W. Albee. 



»4 COUNTY OFFICERS. 

CLAREMONT. Justices, State— Ambrose Cossitt, 
John J. Prentiss, Thomas J. Harris, Otis F. R. Waite. 

Justices, Quorum — Isaac Hubbard, Luther Brown, 
Philander C. Freeman, Alpheus F. Snow, Albro Blodg- 
ett, Timothy Nutting, George Ticknor, "Walter Tufts. 

Justices — John "W. Tappan, Danford Bice, Caleb Jud- 
kins, Simeon Ide, C. P. Smith, Samuel C. Abbott, 
George W. Blodgett, Samuel G. Jarvis, William M. 
Ladd, Edward Brown, Frederick A. Henry, Solon C. 
Grannis, John S. "Walker, Jonathan Densmore, George 
B. Lathe, Sylvester "Wheeler, June Pierce, Sylvanus F. 
Bedfield, J. W. Sanborn, Enoch Johnson, Jonas Liv- 
ingston, Ira Colby, James Goodwin, Albert H. Danforth, 
Sumner Putnam, Aurelius Dickinson, Horace A. Perry, 
"William P. Austin, Nathaniel Tolles, Charles H. Long, 
Edward Ainsworth, James Sperry, Oscar J. Brown, 

E. D. Baker, "William E. Tutherly, Edward W. Wood- 
ell, Austin F. Cowles, William Clark, James W. Brad- 
ley, Samuel C. Bailey, Jonas White, Henry Fitch, Da- 
vid F. Tutherly, Joshua Colby, Edwin Vaughan, Alex- 
ander Gardiner, Arthur Chase, Otis G. Kobinson. 

CORNISH. Justices, State — Eleazer Jackson, John 
L. Putnam, Chester Pike. 

Justices, Quorum — Beuben Davis, Araunah Burnap. 

Justices — Sylvanus Bryant, Orlando Powers, James 
B. Wellman, Benjamin Chapman, W. S. Demming, Hi- 
ram Little, E. F. Chellis, Joshua B. Wyrnan, Heman 
H. Cummings, Israel Hall, Benjamin Fletcher, Carlos 

F. Huggins, James M. Davidson, Harrison Leslie, Al- 
vin Comings, Chester B. Fitch, Uriel L. Comings, 
Charles E. Jackson. 

CROYDON. Justice, Quorum— Daniel R. Hall. 

Justices — John Cooper, Nathan Hall, Elias Powers, 
Martin A. Barton, Otis Cooper, Paine Durkee. 

GOSHEN. Justice, State—Virgil Chase. 

Justices, Quorum — Oliver Booth, Nathaniel F. Cofran. 

Justices — Jonas Parker, Silas S. Booth, Dennis Lear, 
Joshua W. Booth, James Baker. 

GRANTHAM. Justice, State— Oliver B. Buswell. 

Justice, Quorum — Seth C. Sargent. 

Justice — John N. Brown. 



SULLIVAN COUNTY. 85 

LANGDON. Justices, State— -Robert Elwell, March 

base. 

Justices, Quorum — John Walker, Eoyal Shumway. 

Justices— Wilson Walker, C. C. Albee, L. J. Graves, 

orace Adams. 

DEMPSTER. Justices, State— A. Smith, D. M. 

nith, Hosea W. Parker. 

Justice, Quorum — Harvey Dudley. 

Justices — Joel Dame, James Booth, William B. Par- 

;r. 

NEWPORT. Justices, State— Austin Corbin, Ed- 
und Burke, Edward Wyman, Levi W. Barton, Wil- 
im H. H. Allen, Paul J. Wheeler. 
Justices, Quorum — Amasa Edes, Thomas W. Gilmore, 
sla Nettleton, John Town, James Hale, James A. 
regg, .Nathan White. 

Justices — Henry G. Carlton, Nathaniel 0. Page, Fred- 
ick Claggett, Calvin Wilcox, J. Emerson, Benjamin 
. Haven, John Wilcox, Edmund Wheeler, Samuel H. 
des, Dexter Richards, Francis Boardman, William 
elley, Benjamin F. Carr, David B. Chapin, Shepherd 
. Bowers, Albert S. Adams, Frederick Chapin, Daniel 
. Chapin Joseph S. Hoyt, Jacob Reddington, Alex- 
lder Y. Hitchcock, George Herrick, Edmund E. 
food, Rufus P. Claggett, Eleazer C. Converse, Calvin 
. Pike, Elijah D. Hastings. 

PLAINFIELD. Justice, State— George Bryant. 
Justices — William Ward, A. Read, Stephen R. Moul- 
n, Edward Freeman, Jr., Stephen D. Stone, Jesse Col- 
r, Arvin Bartholomew, John P. Chellis, N. M. 
^heeler, L. Bryant, Alvin D. Manchester, Benjamin 
, Smith. 

SPRINGFIELD. Justice, State— Richard Sanborn. 
Justices, Quorum — Ora C. Howard, Daniel N. Adams. 
Justices — Samuel Quimby, Valentine Manahan, Smith 
. Stevens, Francis M. Morrill, William P. Smith, 
. S. Abbott, William E. Melendy, John C. Nichols, 
orenzo Bailey, Joseph Davis, Jr., Joshua P. Smith. 

STJNAPEE. Justice, Quorum — Daniel George. 
Justices — William Young, David Brown, John Hop- 



86 COUNTY OFFICERS. 

kins. Jacob C. Stickney, Joseph G. Tucker, Hiram Sar- 
gent. James Perkins, Josiah Turner, Samuel Wells, 
William C. Sturoc, Charles E. Eogers, Thomas P. 
Smith. 

UNITY. Justices, State — Amos Perkins, Harvey 
Huntoon, Ezra J. Glidden. 

Justices. Quorum — Hiram Smith, Joseph Copeland, 
Charles L. Newton. 

Justices — Daniel Huntoon. Gilbert Lewis, Uriah M. 
Straw, Nathan Hunton, William Dinsmore, Charles 
H. Cammett. Josiah H. Straw, John Beard, Joseph M. ' 
Perkins. Harvey Sanborn, Joshua Tenney, Lewis Neal, 
Albert E. Winn, Jabez B. Perkins, Nathaniel A. Lull. 

WASHINGTON. Justices. State— Martin Chase, 
Solomon E. Jones, Langdon Healey. 

Justice. Quorum — Simon W. Jones. 

Justices — X. G. Jones, Sullivan W. Healey, DeWitt 
C. Newnian. Jesse Bailey, James Barney. John O. ^let- 
calf, Benjamin P. Blood, Asaph TVilson, Hart well 
Wright, Ziba S. Story, Charles X. Lewis. 

Sheriff — Frederick Claggett, Newport. 

Deputy Sheriffs — Charlestown, Jonathan Baker. James 
C Stebbins: Claremont, James W. Bradley, William 
Dodge, Jonas White; Cornish, Lemuel Martindaftfl 
Croydon. Martin A. Barton ; Newport, Loren H. Chase, 
Buffo P. Claggett; Washington, Sylvanus Clogston; 
PI a infield, Bradbury Dyer, Nathaniel M. "Wheeler; 
Grantham, John N. Brown. 

Deputy Sheriffs in other Counties deputized to serve in 
this County — Andover (Merrimack Co.), Aaron Waitt; 
Bradford. John D. Wadleigh : New-London, Albert 
Little : Newbury, South, Eli Dodge ; Concord, Neheruiah 
G. Ordway : Enfield (Grafton Co.), Simon Garland: 
Hanover, Lorenzo D. Gove ; Lebanon, Watson K. EI- 
dridge : Hillsborough (Hillsborough Co.), John G. Dick- 
ey : "Marlon- (Cheshire Co.), John Symonds ; Alstead, 
Bolivar Lovell. 

Jailer — James L. Riley, Newport. 

Coroners — Plainfield, Levi Bryant : Newport, WilliMBI 
Nourse ; Claremont, Thomas J. Harris. 



87 



COUNTY OF GRAFTON, 

Was incorporated March 19, 1771. Shire Towns, Haverhill 
and Plymouth. (County records kept at Haverhill.) Num- 
ber of towns, thirty-eight. Population, 1860, 43,273. 

County Treasurer — Henry W. Rowell, Littleton. Sal- 
iry, $150. 

Register of Deeds — Hiram B. Savage, Haverhill. 

County Sealei — -Henry Towle, Haverhill. 

County Commissioners — David Culver, Lyme ; Adams 
Si. Holden, Rumney; John C. Blaisdell, Bristol. 



ALEXANDRIA. Justice, State— K. Dickerson. 

Justice, Qworwra-r-Heman J. Welton. 

Justices — James Crawford, Aiken Gilmore, Hiram S. 
Clifford, Leonard Cheney, Stephen Brainard, Samuel F. 
Chidden, 

BATH. Justices, State — Harry Hibbard, Andrew S. 
Woods, John L. Carleton. 

Justices, Quorum- — Isaac Patterson, C. C. Hutchins, 
xeorge Cutting, Alonzo P. Carpenter. 

Justices — G-eorge W. Cutting, Daniel Patterson, Samuel 
Jvoss, Jesse Mann, George Morrison, George W. Clement, 
vVillard Weeks, Moses Abbott, David R. Lang, Edward 
Woods, Henry C. Carbee, Henry S. Lang, George A. 
Bingham, John Hodge, Phinehas Chamberlain, William 
7. Hatching, E. Wheelock Bartlett. 

BENTON. Justice, Quorum — James J. Page. 
Justices — Ira Whitcher, Daniel D. Page, George W. 
'liann. 

BETHLEHEM. Justices, State— John G. Sinclair, 
3aniel P. Putnam. 

Justice, Quorum— William Kenney. 

Justices — Isaac J. Quimby, Daniel Wileomb, Reuben 
3aker, Thomas J. Spooner, Willis Wilder, Hosea Crane, 
Dimothy P. Turner, William V. Gale. 

BRIDGEWATER. Justices, Quorum— Joshua P, 
Smith, Nathaniel Batchelder, J. H. Johnson, 



08 COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Justices — Jesse Prescott, Martin Boardman, David B. 
Clement, John Brown, Thomas Hammond. 

BRISTOL. Justices, State— -Oscar F. Fowler, R. 
Smith, Samuel K. Mason, James T. Sanborn. 

Justices, Quorum — Samuel T. W. Sleeper, L. W. Fling, 
Frederick Bartlett. 

Justices — > Walter Haywood, John C. Blaisdell, Levi 
Bartlett, Gilman Ingalls, J. M. B. Emmons, Joseph S. 
Chase, John W. Sanborn, H. B. Fowler, Abraham 
Doloff, Levi Locke, Joseph F. Rollins, Cyrus Taylor, 
David P. Prescott. 

CAMPTON. Justices, Quorum— "William Clark, Amos 
Flint, Ozias Holmes, William P. Robinson. 

Justices — Robert Smith, Thomas J. Sanborn, George 
W. Webster, G-. W. Keniston, Nathaniel Spencer, Peter 
Walker. 

CANAAN. Justices, State — Caleb Blodgett, William 
P. Weeks, Eleazer Martin. 

Justices, Quorum — George Harris, William W. George. 

Justices — J. Martin, Chamberlain Packard, Jr., Jona- 
than Barnard, Nathaniel Shepherd, Darius Barnard, 
Daniel Pattee, Eleazer Barney, Roswell Elliott, Abner 
H. Cilley, Nathan Jones, George W. Murray, Horace S. 
Currier, Matthew H. Milton, Norman Hadley, David 
Barnard, Hazen K. Farnum, Brooks K. Webber, Wil- 
liam M. Chase, John M. Barber, Lewis Pattee. 

DANBURY. Justices, State— William T. Norris, 
Ichabod S. Johnson. 

Justice, Quorum — John Bean. 

Justices — Timothy H. Danforth, Moses L. Taylor, 
James S. Knowlton, Isaiah Langley, William P. Stone, 
John S. Rand, Joseph R. Taylor, Frederick S. Ransom, 
James T. Smith. 

DORCHESTER. Justices, Quorum— Jabez Young- 
man, Thomas J. Fitts, Samuel W. Clement, Abner 
Blodgett. 

Justices— Samuel P. Wright, John G. Dustin, Wells 
Bobbins, Benjamin Davis, Asahel Blodgett, Jr., Mar- 
shall P. Burpee, Benjamin R. Norris, Parker Follansbee, 
George F. Colburn, Ethan White, John Q. A. Dimond. 



GRAFTON COUNTY. »y 

ELLSWOKTH. Justices— Stephen Avery, David R. 
izzell, Samuel M. Avery. 

ENFIELD. Justices, State— -Converse Goodhue, 
iomas Merrill, Wm. C. Smith, George W. Conant. 
Justices, Quorum— Alpheus Conant, Amos French. 
fastices— -Henry Currier, Clement Smith, Nehemiah 
Dustin, William Huse, Mark Purmort, Hubbard 
irris, John Jones, George W. Choate, C. G. Morgan, 
mes F. Bryant, Jacob C. Bean, Phillips C. Cambridge, 
., James Huse, Wyman Pattee, James F. Pattee. 

FRANCONIA. Justices— Priest Young, Simeo 11 
ooner, Joseph B. Stevens, Nathaniel W. Cheney? 
eazer B. Parker, Asa Gould, George W. Smith. 

3RAFTON. Justices, State— James K. Smiley, Cyrus 
lams. 

Justice, Quorum — Jesse Cass. 

Justices— Alexander Williams, Josiali Stevens, Isaac 
Slock, Gilbert W. Kollins, Horace Barney, 2d, Asa 
rd, Nathaniel W. C. Davis. 

PROTON Justices— R. S. McClure, Jonathan Good- 
e, Joshua K. Wheat, W. Heath, Joseph F. Cilley, 
vid M. Tenney, Bradden Ferrin, George E. Colburn. 

HANOVER. Justices, State— William H. Duncan, 
vac Ross, Daniel F. Richardson, Israel O. Dewey. 
Justices, Quorum — Isaac Fellows, Daniel Blaisdell, 
myn S. Ingalls. 

Justices— As&hel Smith, Washington Burnham, Asa 
mtington, Ulysses Dow, John Tenney, Joseph Tenney, 
muel W. Cobb, Daniel Eaton. Eli Huributt, David 
,mp, David Walker, William M. Rogers, Nathaniel 
irlbutt, Adna P. Balch. 

HAVERHILL. Justices, State— John Page, N. B. 

ilton, N. W. Westgate, John L. Rix, John S. Bryant, 

larles A. Dole. 

Justice, Quorum — John McClary. 

Justices — Russell Kimball, Hiram Morgan, Hosea S. 

ker, Chandler Cass, Aaron P. Glazier, N . M. Swasey, 

alter P. Flanders, David Page, Dudley C. Kimball, 

lac Morse, Sylvester Reding, Henry B. Leonard, 



90 COUNTY OFFICERS. 

James P. Webster, Asa Martin, Abel K. Merrill, Samuel 
Carr, Augustus Whitney, Jacob Bell, Phineas Spaulding, 
George S. Kelsea, Isaac Carlton, Rufus King, James 
Glynn, George W. Chapman. 

HEBRON. Justice, State— Nathaniel Berry. 
Justices — David McClure, John C. Hammond, Alfred 
E. Jaques, Elliot B. Rogers, Milo H. Crosby. 

HILL. Justices, Quorum — G. W. Sumner, E. G. 
Bartlett. 

Justices — Sewall Dickerson, Isaac T. Parker, Peter 
Hersey, Samuel D. Johnson, Amos Dickerson, Carr Huse, 
Albert Blake, Amos K. Davis, Jonathan R. Rowell. 

HOLDERNESS. Justices, State— Russell Cox, John 
H. Thompson. 

Justices, Quorum — Nathaniel P. Smith, Jesse Ladd. 

Justices — William Ladd, Samuel S. Prescott, George 
L. Shepherd, J. F. Keyes, John S. Drew, John S. Ladd, 
S. N. Morse, Andrew Smith, James L. Wilson, Thomas 
P. Cheney, Daniel Smith, 2d, John H. Mudgett. 

LANDAFF. Justices, Quorum— Moses Clark, S. 
Moody. 

Justices — George W. Cogswell, John Poor, Jacob M. 
White, Dearborn S. M. Cogswell, A. Young, Moor R. 
Noyes, George W. Kendall, Josiah P. Kimball, Rufus 
H. Noyes, Benjamin Morrill. 

LEBANON. Justices, State— Caleb Plastridge, Aaron 
H. Cragin, Daniel Richardson, George S. Towle, John 
Clough. 

Justice, Quorum — Elisha P. Liscomb. 

Justices — George H. Lathrop, Abner Allen, Watson K. 
Eldridge, John Wood, M. L. Peabody, Lewis R. Morris, 
Asa M. Mowe, Rodney Lund, Eleazer Aspinwall, Edward 
J. Durant, Jewett Hosley, Oliver L. Stearns, Hiram 
Emerson, Francis A. Cushman, Joseph W. Cleaveland, 
Joseph H. Buckingham, Solon A. Peck, Albert M. Shaw. 

LISBON. Justices, State— Greenleaf Cummings, Wil- 
liam H. Cummings. 

Justices, Quorum — Levi Parker, Otis Savage, James 
Parker. 



GRAFTON COUNTY. 91 

Justices— Ithiel C. Young, Jehiel W. Savage, Joseph 
rker, Bela Young, Ezra B. Elkins, Cyrus Ela, Carlton 
Hutching, Artemas Wells, Samuel H. McKean, James 
Young, David W. Bowles, Ward P. Alclrich, Moses 
Quimby, James A. McKean, David S. Kichardson, 
{men H. Cumrnings, Silas Parker, Ithamar Cooley, 
temas Knight, Charles H. Boynton, George Pearsons, 
arles A. Page. 

UNCOLN. Justice— Stephen M. Hanson. 
LITTLETON. Justices, State— Edward O. Kenney, 

Bingham, Charles W. Rand. Simeon B. Johnson, 
rus Eastman. 

Justices, Quorum — William Brackett, Adams Moore, 
tin Farr. 

Justices — Edmund Carleton, Simeon Remick, Thomas 
)kford, W T illiam J. Bellows, Otis Batchelder, Marquis 
Gould, Truman Stevens, S. H. Rowell, Douglas Rob- 
, J. Sargent, F. Hodgman, Alexander Mclntire, John 

Charlton, Allen Day, Samuel A. Edson, Marshall D. 
bleigh, Philip H. Paddleford, Eli D. Sawyer, James 
Barrett, Edward D. Rand, Nathaniel Bishop, Wesley 
exander, Franklin Tilton, Roby C. Towns, Lucius A. 
.ssell, Henry W. Rowell. 

LYMAN. Justice, Quorum — Lebbeus Hastings. 
Justices — E. C. Stevens, Charles P. Parker, Harrison 
>rter, Samuel P. Ford, Luther B. Hoskins, Calvin 
bus, Osman Porter. 

LYME. Justices, State— David C. Churchill, Sylvanus 
rwes, Adoniram Smalley. 
Justice, Quorum — David Culver. 

Justices — Asa Shaw, Thomas R. Ames, John W. An- 
ews, Selah Beal, David C. Churchill, Jr., Thomas 
trkins, George Flint, John S. Goodall, Simeon R. 
hippie, Wm. T. Chase, Francis Porter, Amos Bailey, 
ison Southard, Harris Allen, Asa Thurston, Irenas 
miilton, Jonathan F. Churchill, Charles Kent. 

MONROE. Justices, Quorum — Horace Duncan, Jed- 
iah Buffum. 

Justices — Robert G. Nelson, N. K. Stirling, Albert 
ason, Philip P. Mason, Larkin Hastings. 



92 COUNTY OFFICERS. 

ORANGE. Justice, State — Samuel Andrews. 

Justices — Aaron Barney, Zenas Whittier, John 
French, Gilbert S. Hadley, Ralph C. Dunbar, Robert 
Underbill. 

ORFORD. Justices, State— Daniel P. Wheeler, Sted- 
man Willard. 

Justices, Quorum — Theodore Dame, Willard Hosford. 

Justices- -Joel Richardson, Austin Palmer, James M. 
Learned, Ephraim B. Strong, John J. Cushman, Alvin 
Taylor. 

PIERMONT. Justice, Quorum— Aaron P. Gould. 

Justices — Isaiah E. Emerson, Thomas M. Stevens, 
Zeeb Gilman, Lewis E. Risley, Abel Crook, Reuben M. 
Kent, Cyrus F. Smith, Nathaniel P. Hannaford. 

PLYMOUTH. Justices, State— John Keniston, 
Joseph Burrows, Denison R. Burnham. 

Justices, Quorum — Joseph Fifield, James McQuesten, 
John Rogers. 

Justices — Timothy Eastman, Anson Merrill, William 
Leverett, William W. Russell, Seth Doton, Cyrus Ken- 
iston, Stephen York, Arthur Ward, Samuel N.- Rowe, 
Gilmore Houston, Alvah McQuesten, D. H. Currier, Jo- 
seph Clark, Jr., Hiram W. Gove, Joseph C. Fifield, 
Henry W. Blair, Benjamin Clark. 

RUMNEY. Justices, State — Josiah Quincy, Samuel 
Herbert. 

Justices, Quorum — H. B. Simpson, John L. Dearborn. 

Justices — Abram Ward, Joshua H. Hall, Addison 
Kelley, Daniel L. Simpson, John Wentworth, Daniel 
Darling, Adams M. Holden, Josiah Quincy, Jr., Jona- 
than P. Burnham. 

THORNTON. Justices, Quorum— F. H. Drew, J. 
Horner. 

Justices— Chafes F. Bowen, Herod Fifield, E. P. El- 
kins, Moses Foss, Osgood Page, Joseph W. Morrison, 
Milton Foss, William A. Smith, Jeremiah Gilman, Na- 
than H. Weeks, Frank W. Avery, Calvin F. Bailey, 
Arthur L. Shaw. 

WARREN. Justices, Quorum — Joseph Chamberlain, 



GRAFTON COUNTY. 93 

Samuel L. Merrill, David C French, Enoch K. Weeks, 
Greorge Libbey. 

Justices — Jesse Little, Isaac Merrill, William Pomroy, 
James Harriman, Henry W. Weeks, Ira M. Weeks, 
John M. Whiton, Ezra A. Libbey, James M. Williams, 
Jeremiah S. Jewett, William Little. 

WATERVILLE. Justices— William Snow, Samuel 
Doloff. 

WENTWORTH. Justice, State— J. Everett Sargent. 

Justice, Quorum — Henry Johnson. . 

Justices — J. F. A. Peabody, James Atwell, Newell 
Stanyan, Peter L. Ployt, George S. Dean, John Currier, 
M.. H. H. Breck, Jeremiah Blodgett, Cyrus Johnson, 
Elijah Rollins, Wolcott Dana, Joshua S. Blaisdell, 
rhomas J. Smith, Albert G-. Stevens, Milo E. Haynes, 
Jharles H. Bartlett, John Davis. 

WOODSTOCK. Justice, State— Joshua Chapman. 

Justice, Quorum— Jacob B. Demeritt. 

Justices— Benjamin Fox, Richard S. Danforth, Jesse 
lackman, Isaac Fox. 

Sheriff— Wyman Pattee, Enfield. 

Deputy Sheriffs — Bath, George Morrison ; Bristol, 
James T. Sanborn ; Canaan, William W. George ; Han- 
wer, Lorenzo D. Gove ; Littleton, M. D. Cobleigh ; 
Rumney, Joseph L. Spaulding ; Plymouth, D. S. Burn- 
liam ; Wentworth, Milo E. Haynes ; Holder ness, Dud- 
ley L. Clark, Thomas P. Cheney ; Haverhill, Grove S. 
Stevens ; Lebanon, James G. Ticknor. 

Deputy Sheriffs in other Counties deputized to serve in 
this County — Franklin (Merrimack Co.), Jonathan P. 
Sanborn ; Meredith (Belknap Co.), Hanson Beede. 

Jailer— Grove S. Stevens, Haverhill. 

Coroners — Holderness, Samuel S. Baker ; Haverhill, 
John McClary ; Canaan, Stephen Morse ; Littleton, Ad- 
ims Moore. 



COUNTY OF COOS, 

Was incorporated December 24, 1803. Number of Towns, 25. 
Shire Town, Lancaster. Population, 1860, 13,168. 

County Treasure') — Nahum D. Day, Stratford ; salary, 
$100. ' ! 

Register of Deeds— Hezekiah B. Parsons, Lancaster. 

County Sealer — Anderson J. Marshall, Lancaster. 

County Commissioners — Hazen Bedel, Colebrook ; Mo- 
ses H. Rix, Dalton ; Hazen Evans, Gorham. 



BERLIN. Justice, State— Merrill C.Forrest. 
Justice, Quorum — Fletcher I. Bean. 
Justices — Daniel Green, Greenleaf Coffin. 

CARROLL. Justices — Ebenezer Glines, Josiah Moo- 

dey, Amos C. Colby. 

CLARK3V ILLE. Justices, Quorum — Gideon Tirrell, 
Stephen G. Fuller. 
Justice— -John Keazer. 

COLEBROOK — Justices, Quorum — Jonas Rolfe, Hez- 
ekiah Parsons, Albert Barker, Hazen Bedel. 

Justices— Benjamin Whittemore, Alfred Levering, 
Benjamin B. Gilman, Hosea Aldrich, Abiel C. Kidder, 
Archelaus Cummings, Ira A. Ramsey, Erasmus D. 
Hutchinson, John Whittemore, William S. Ladd, Charles 
P. Gaffield, Henry W. Woodson. 

COLUMBIA. Justices, Quorum— Enoch Rogers, 
Samuel M. Harvey. 

Justices — David Legro, John R. Annis, Lewis Snow, 
John Mathes, M. B. Richardson, Jonathan Gilman, 
Eben S E. Noyes, R. Darling, William II . Kenney, John 
F. Locke, Horace M. Hobart, Charles S. Osgood. 

DALTON. Justices, Quorum — Asa Taylor, Oliver P, 
Brooks, Moses H. Rix, Oliver M. Brooks. 

Justices — William B. Crane, John Bond, George B 
Brown, John Blakeslee, Jr., William S. Ladd. 

DUMMER. Justice, Quorum — William Lovejoy. 



COOS COUNTY. 95 

Justices— William A. Willis, Ransom Twitch ell, Amos 
K. Cross, Isaac C. Wight. 

ERROL. Justice, Quorum —Elliott Harper. 
Justices— David H. Thurston, fm, W. Bragg, Moses 
Thurston, Seth L. Davis, James F. Bragg. 

GORHAM. Justice, Quorum— H. F. Wardwell. 

Justices — John T. Peabody, John D. Burbank, Samuel 
Heath, Brooks C. Flanders, John Burbank, James Gor- 
don, Stephen R. Raynes. 

JEFFERSON. Justices, Stati—B. H. Plaisted, James 
M. Hartwell. 

Justices— -Nicholas Tuttle, Joseph T. Pinkham, Benja- 
min Keniston, Charles Hight, Charles L. Plaisted, Da- 
vid B. Allison, John Goodell, Nathan R. Perkins, Na- 
thaniel Moulton, John L. Martin. 

LANCASTER. Justices, State— Jared W. Williams, 
John H. White, William Burns, James W. Weeks, Ja- 
cob Benton, Albro L. Robinson, Edmund Brown, George 
C. Williams, Benjamin F. Whidden. 

Justices, Quorum— Ephraim Cross, Hiram A. Fletcher, 
Harvey Adams, John M. Whipple, Henry O. Kent, Ira 
S. M. Gove, Daniel L. Colby, Daniel C. Pinkham, Wil- 
liam Haywood. 

Justices — James Marden, William Holkins, Saunders 
W. Cooper, Seth Savage, John W. Barney, Roswell W. 
Chesman, Charles B. Allen, William R. Stock well, Hi- 
ram Savage, William S. Clark, Horace Whitcomb, 
James S. Brackett, Jared I. Williams, Joseph B. Moore, 
James D. Folsom, Ossian Ray, Seth Adams, John G. 
Derby, Charles Ellis, D. Eastman, Reuben L. Adams, 
Barton G. Towne, Benjamin F. Hunking, John G. Lew- 
is, Hosea Gray, David A. Burnside, Samuel Worthley, 
W. K. Ritchie. 

MILAN. Justice, State— James M. Phipps. 

Justices, Quorum — George T. Roberts, S. Cole, Samuel 
F. Mathes, Peter A. Q. W. Phipps. 

Justices — Nathan S. Newell, Hiram T. Ellingwood, 
Lewis Hutchinson, Alvinza A. Higgins, Welcome A. 
Crafts, Joseph H Vincent, Don A. Robinson. 



yb COUNTY OFFICERS. 

NORTHUMBERLAND. Justices, State—Charles 
W. Bellows, Joel W. Forbes. 

Justices, Quorum — James B. Brown, William H. Poole, 
Hiram Lucas. 

Justices — Edward F. Buckman, Josiah Morse, Leonard 
Johnson, Alpheus Hutchins. 

PITTSBURG. Justice, Quorum— Moody B. Quimby. 

Justices — Burleigh Blood, Elias L. Farnum, Otis Par- 
ker, Robert Tirrell, Ephraim C. Aldridge. 

RANDOLPH. Justice, Quorum — Justus Low. 
Justices— John C. Leighton, J. C. Scates, Obadiah 
Mann, Clovis Lowe, Anson Stillings. 

STARK. Justice, State— Harwood Pike. 
Justices, Quorum — Aaron Potter, Aaron J. Smith. 
Justices— John Massure, Solomon Cole, Moses Jackson, 
Levi Rowell, George S. Blake, Luke Cole. 

STRATFORD. Justices, State— J. Marshall, Nahum 
D. Day. 

Justice, Quorum — William R. Danforth. 

Justices — Benj. B. Ockington, Hiram Clough, Thomas 
Connary, Charles Mahurin, Albe Holmes, Smith Folsom, 
Charles D. Johnson, Lucius Hartshorn, George M. John- 
son, Moses Sherman. 

SHELBURNE. Justice, State— Barker Burbank. 

Justices, Quorum — Robert Ingalls, Oliver B. Howe, 
Thomas J. Hubbard. 

Justices — Fletcher Odell, Dearborn L. Austin, Jotham 
F. Evans, Martin L. Burbank. 

STEWARTSTOWN. Justice, State— Win. M. Smith. 

Justices, Quorum — John Flanders, A. W. Drew, Nor- 
mand Smith, Daniel Rogers. 

Justices — Joseph Y. Tebbetts, Seth Tirrell, Isaiah H. 
Pickard, Horace J. Hall, William B. Fletcher, Adams 
M. Tewksbury, Davis Graham, Stephen Morrison, Ed- 
win W. Drew. 

WHITEFIELD. Justices, State— Simeon Warner, 
Aurin M. Chase. 
Justices, Quorum — Joseph Colby, Ebenezer Carlton. 



COOS COUNTY. 97 

Justices— -Morris Clark, Ralph Fiske, Benjamin Brooks, 
Jr., Kimball Cole, William F. Dodge, Wm. B. Hutching, 
rhomas Rogers, Caleb Walker, Charles Libbey, Hartwell 
H. Southworth. 

LOCATIONS, &c. 

CRAWFORD'S GRANT. Justice— Joseph L. Gibb. 

WENTWORTH'S LOCATION. Justice— Z. F. 
Durkee. 

Sheriff— Enoch L. Colby, Lancaster. 

Deputy Sheriffs — Lancaster. Seth Adams, William 
Jargill ; Colebrook, Archelaus Cummings ; Northumber- 
\and, Leonard Johnson ; Stratford. Lucius B. Harts- 
lorn ; Columbia, E. G. Rogers. 

Jailor — Amos Balch, Lancaster. 

Coroners — Lancaster, Andrew J. Marshall ; Stewa?*ts- 
\own, Amos W. Drew ; Shelburne, Martin L. Burbank. 



MILITARY DEPARTMENT. 



The following statistics and extracts are taken from 
the Adjutant, Inspector and Quarter- Master GeneraVs 
Report of 1860. 

COMMANDER-IN-CHIEF. 

His Excellency, ICHABOD GOODWIN, Ports- 
mouth . 

Aids-de-Camp (with the rank of Colonel) — Clement 
March, Portsmouth ; Albert L. Jones, Portsmouth ; 
Bradbury P. Cilley, Manchester ; Joseph W. Robinson, 
Joncord ; Abiel Rolfe, Concord (Fisherville) ; Henry 
W. Rowell, Littleton ; A Herbert Bellows, Concord. 

Adjutant and Quarter -Master General — Joseph C. 
AlBbott, Manchester (having the rank of Brigadier 
General). 

Aids — Otis Wright, Nashua; Gilbert Hills, Amherst;,: 
[saac W. Farmer, Manchester. 

Commissary General — William O. Sides, Ports- 
mouth (chosen annually by the Legislature). 
5 



MILITARY. 



The State is divided into three divisions and six brig- 
ades. 

According to the returns made to the Adjutant Gen- 
eral, in 1860, the whole number of enrolled militia in 
the State of New-Hampshire is 34,569. 

OFFICERS OF THE FIKST REGIMENT. 



Colonel, 
Lieut. Colonel, 
Major, 
Adjutant, 
Quarter -Master, 
Paymaster, 
Surgeon, 
Surgeon's Mate, 
Chaplain, 

BATTALION 



John H. Gage, 
John B. Perkins, 
Gilbert Wadleigh, 
Charles E. Page, 
William P. Ainsworth, 
William W. Wallace, 
Joshua F. Whittle, 
Henry Bovnton, 
Martin W. Willis, 



Nashua. 
Hollis. 
Milford. 
Nashua, 
Nashua. 
Milford. 
Nashua. 
Milford. 
Nashua. 



OF OFFICERS OF THE AMOS- 
XEAG VETERANS. 

Colonel, Theodore T. Abbot. 

Lieut. Colonel, Timothy W. Little. 

Major, John S. Kidder. 

Adjutant, Samuel G. Langley. 

Quarter- Master, Bradbury P. Cilley. 

Surgeon, William W. Brown. 

Surgeon's Mate, Henry C. Parker. 

Chaplain, Jesse M. Coburn. 

Sergeant- Major, David B. Nelson. 

COMPANY OFFICERS, ALL OF MANCHESTER. 



Captain, 
Lieutenant, 



Captain, 
Lieutenant, 



Captain, 
Lieutenant, 



FIRST COMPANY. 

S. W. Parsons. 
W. D. Patten. 

SECOND COMPANY. 

Reuben D. Mooers. 
Joseph M. Rowell. 

THIRD COMPANY. 

J. C. Ricker. 
Stephen C. Hall. 



MILITARY. 



99 



FOURTH COMPANY. 



Captain, 
Lieutenant, 



Andrew C. Wallace, 
John Q. A. Sargent. 



THE GOVERNOR'S HORSE GUARDS. 



REGIMENTAL OFFICERS. 



Colonel, 


George Stark, 


Nashua. 


Lieut. Colonel, 


A. Herbert Bellows, 


Concord. 


Major, 


Henry 0. Kent, 


Lancaster. 


Adjutant, 


Thomas J. "Whipple, 


Laconia. 


Judge Advocate, 


Chandler E. Potter, 


Hillsborough. 


Paymaster, 


Frank Fuller, 


Portsmouth. 


Quarter -Master, 


.Joseph Wentworth, 


Sandwich. 


Surgeon, 


Charles P. Gage, 


Concord. 


Assistant Surgeon, 


J. C. Eastman, 


Hampstead. 


Chaplain, 


Martin W. Willis, 


Nashua. 


Assistant Chaplain 


, Henry E. Parker, 


Concord. 


Sergeant- Major, 


Frank S. Fiske, 


Keene. 


Q. Master Serg't, 


Charles A. Tufts, 


Dover. 


Drum Major, 


James M. Lovering, 


Exeter. 


Chief Bugler, 


Nat Head, 


Hooksett, 


Commissary, 


Stebbins H. Dumas, 


Concord. 


Standard Bearer, 


True Garland, 


Pittsfield. 


FIRST COMPANY OFFICERS. 




Captain, 


John H. George, 


Concord. 


Fii y st Lieutenant, 


Edward H. Rollins, 


Concord. 


Second Lieutenant 


, Benjamin Grover, 

SECOND COMPANY. 


Concord. 


Captain, 


John H. Gage, 


Nashua. 


First Lieutenant, 


Bainbridge Wadleigh, 


Milford. 


Second Lieutenant 


, J. C. Andrews, 

THIRD COMPANY. 


Nashua. 


Captain, 


Clement March, 


Portsmouth. 


First Lieutenant, 


Joseph H. Hilliard, 


Exeter. 


Second Lieutenant 


, Micajah C. Burleigh, 


Great-Falls. 



100 MILITARY. 



FOURTH COMPANY, 



Captain, Cyrus Eastman, Littleton. 

First Lieutenant, Cephas Brackett, Littleton. 

Second Lieutenant, E. L. Colby, Lancaster. 

RETURNS OF MEN FROM THE SEVERAL IN- 
DEPENDENT COMPANIES IN NEW-HAMP- 
SHIRE. 

Anioskeag Veterans, 160 

Governor's Horse Guards, 102 

Newcastle Light Guards, 35 

Gilmanton Artillery, 38 

LaFayette Artillery, 49 

"Wilson Rifles, 52 

Canaan Grenadiers, 37 

McCutcheon Guards, 38 

Westmoreland Rangers, 36 

Granite State Cadets, 78 

Mechanics' Phalanx, 48 

Granite State Guards, 92 

The citizens of Pittsfield organized a corps called Me- 
chanics' Phalanx, which promises to be creditable to the 
militia. In Great Falls the Granite State Guards have 
been organized, and the commissions were recently 
issued. Another company in that place, the Bonner 
Guards, bas been revived, and both will undoubtedly 
soon be, in every respect, thoroughly organized andi 
drilled. Within a few weeks a new company, the Gran- 
ite State Cadets, has been enlisted in Nashua, and the 
officers commissioned. This company is composed of 
some of the best and most energetic men of the city ; 
and such is the character of the men, and such the sys- 
tem and energy with which it has been conducted thus 
far, as to induce the belief that it will not stand inferior! 
to any military corps in the State. 

¥t * # .,.,*■ , * , # # * * 

The organization of the Governor's Horse Guards hasj 
been the marked event of the year in the militia of the 
State. The charter was obtained at the session of the leg- 
islature of 1859. Soon after the adjournment, movement? ; 



MILITARY. 101 

vere commenced for enlisting the corps. A meeting of 
he grantees and others was held in Concord, to accept 
he charter and take the preliminary steps for enlist- 
aents. Committees were selected to attend to the va- 
ious departments, who reported at a subsequent meeting. 
)n the 11th of January those who had enlisted met, 
lected their officers and took all the steps necessary for a 
terfeet organization. 

-x- # * ' .' * ' - * * -x- -x- # 

In accordance with orders issued by the Commander-in 
jhief, and the Colonel Commanding, the corps formed 
t the City Hall, in Concord, on the 7th inst. (June, 
860), at 11 o'clock A. M., under the command of Lieut. 
Jol. Bellows (Col. Stark being unavoidably absent, on 
ccount of lameness caused by the kick of a horse, while 
arading in a squad at Nashua). They proceeded in 
olumn in front of the State House, where they formed 
i line and received a standard, presented to them by 
tie Commander-in-Chief. They then proceeded to the 
juth end of the city, where they received the Com- 
iander-in- Chief, on his arrival from Portsmouth, and 
scorted him through the principal streets of the city, to 
tie capitol. 

* * •& -5f #■ * -X- -X- -X- 

The intention of this corps and its design is to perform 
scort duty to the Governor, annually, on the day of his 
lauguration. It is probable that they will perform this 
uty for many succeeding years. The manner in which 
tiat duty was performed this year is deserving of the 
ighest compliment and praise. In the ranks of the 
orps are men of nearly all occupations, and of thehigh- 
st political, social and business positions of the State. 
'hey have united in this regiment for the purpose of 
Bstifying their respect to the office of Commander-in- 
!hief, and of making his inauguration an occasion wor- 
tiy of the ancient and proud commonwealth of which 
ley are citizens. 



102 



ECCLESIASTICAL. 



A Table, showing the names of Clergymen, of different de- 
nominations, who are settled over or have charge of societies in 
the different towns in New-Hampshire. 

Where the same name occurs in two towns, it may be under- 
stood the minister officiates in both places. 

Abbreviations used to designate the different Denominations. — 
C. T., Congregational Trinitarian; Ut., Unitarian; Pr., Presbyte- 
rian; E., Episcopalian; C. B., Calvinist Baptist; F. B., Freewill 
Baptist; Ch., Christians; M., Methodist; Uv., Universalist; B.C., 
Roman Catholic; Swed., Swedenborgian ; S. A., Second Ad- 
vents; Chr. G., Church of God. Those printed in italics are 
ordained ministers, but without charge of any particular church. 

Note.— Jn order to facilitate and insure more correctness of 
the name and location of ministers in the State of New-Hamp- 
shire for the Register, the compiler would earnestly request a 
clergyman of each town or city, or one of each denomination, to 
give a list of the names, and hand to the care of their Represent- 
ative to the Legislature in June, annually, directed to the com- 
piler at Concord. 



MINISTERS IN NEW-HAMPSHIRE. 



Acworth. 




Amherst. 




A. K. Howard, 


M 


J. Gardner Davis, 


CT 


Amos Foster, 


CT 


Seneca White, 


CT 


Artemas Field, 


CT 


William Clark, 


CT 


David Gage, 


CB 


A. W. Boardman, 


FB 


Albany. 




J. Pike, 


M 


Theopilus Brown, 


FB 


Andover. 




E. C. Willey, 


FB 


J. B. Libbey, 


Ch 


Alexandria. 




Duganne, 


Ch 


Fisk, 


FB 


Antrim. 




Brown, 

S. F. Whidden, 


FB 
M 


John H. Bates, 
To be supplied, 


Pr 
M 


Alstead. 




Willard Kimball, 


CB 


Bezaleel Smith, 


CT 


Auburn. 




N. G. Goodhue, 
Edwin Davis, 
G. F. Eaton, 


CB 

Uv 
M 


James Holmes, 
Marsh, 


CT 
M 


Alton. 




Barns lead. 




E. D. El dredge, 


CT 


Jeremiah Blake, 


CT 


Seth Sawyer, 


FB 


David Garland, 


FB 


Josiah Clines, 


FB 


J. H. Nutter, 


CH 


11. R. Preston, 


FB 


David L. Edgerly, 


FB 



ECCLESIASTICAL. 



103 



Barrington. 




Canaan. 




). Willey, 


CT 


Moses Gerould, 


CT 


5, Sherburne, 


FB 


Job C. Tyler, 


FB 


I B. Stacy, 


Ch 


Nathan Jones, 


FB 


Bartlett. 




Joshua B. Holman, 


M 


?. Keniston, 


FB 


Candia. 




Bradford. 




E. N. Hidden, 
Lorenzo Draper, 


CT 
M 


liram Holmes, 


FB 


Bradbury, 


FB 


| G Abbott, 

Bath. 


C B 


Canterbury . 






Howard Moody, 


CT 


V. Page, 


C T 


J. M. Harper, 


FB 


i. P. Warner, 


M 


Jeremiah Clough, 


FB 


Bedford. 




Joseph Clough, 


FB 


?homas Savage, 


Pr 


John Harriman, 


Ch 


Bennington. 




Carroll. 




iVm. Claggett, 


CT 


W. H. Eastman, 


CB 


Benton. 




Center-Harbor. 




}. P. Warner, 


M 


A. Benson, 


CT 


Bethlehem. 




Charlestoivn. 








Joseph Garland, 


CT 


). H. Johnson, 


CT 


Jaazaniah Crosby, d. d., 
J. Fawcett, 


Ut 


sTathaniel Bowles, 


FB 


M 


— Perkins, 


FB 


Chatham. 




). W. Barber, 

Brentwood. 


M 


Eliphalet Weeks, 

Chester. 


M 


iugh McLeod, 
fiTni H. Jones, 


CT 
CB 


H. 0. Howland, 


CT 


Bridgewater. 




Chesterfield. 




). Batcheider, 


FB 


Jeffers Hall, 
Nelson Green, 


CT 
M 


Bristol. 




Chichester. 




ATm. S. Spaulding, 
- — Sleeper, 
STewell Culver, 


CT 

FB 

M 


Joshua S. Gay, 
Wm. Swain, 
Wm, D. Cass 


CT 
FB 

M 


Broolcfield. 




0. Hinds, 


M 


kelson Hartshorn, 


FB 


Claremont. 




BrooMine. 




Robert F. Lawrence, 


CT 


| P. Sawin, 


CT 


C. Chase, d. d., Bishop, 


E 


tfenry B. Copp, 


M 


Henry S. Smith, 
Oliver Ay er, 


E 
CB 


Bow. 
f» Damon, 


CB 


R. S. Stubbs, 


M 


l?o be supplied, 


M 


Colebroolc. 




Boscawen. 




Henry M. Bridge, 


CT 


A. Smith, 


CT 


Wm. C. Merritt, 


FB 


Albert W. Fiske, 


CT 


Columbia. 




Daniel J. Smith, 


M 


Damon Judd, 


M 


Campion. 




Conway. 




J. B. Hadley, 


CT 


Reuben Kimball, 


CT 



±LtU Li Ji.01 AS 1 It AL . 



Concord. 




Derry. 




Nathaniel Bouton, d. d., 


CT 


E. G. Parsons, 


C'J 


Henry E. Parker, 


CT 


John W. Adams, 


M 


Ephraim 0. Jameson, 
H. A. Kendall, 


CT 


C. Dustin, 


M 


CT 


Elbridge G. Perham, 


M 


Asa P. Tenney, 


CT 


Dorchester. 




A. W. Fiske, 


C T 






Thomas Ratray, 


CT 


G. W. Jessamine, 


FB 


Silas Farrington, 


Ut 


Dover. 




James H. Eames, 


E 


E. H. Richardson, 


CT 


Francis Chase, 


E 


B. F. Parsons, 


CT 


Henry A. Coit, 


E 


Edwin M. Wheelock, 


Ut 


Charles W. Flanders, d. d. 


, CB 


J. M. Buckley, 
James Ashton, 


M 


E. E. Cummings,D.D., 
J. Storer, (Fisherville) 


CB 


M 


CB 


Thomas G. Salter, 


E 


A. Brown, 


C B 


J. M. Durgin, 


FB 


Or en Tracy, 


CB 


W. Vary, 
Patrick Canovan, 


FB 


Amasa Brown, 


CB 


RC 


J. P. Nutting, 


FB 


William B. Clapp, 


CB 


J. H. Moore, 


Uv 


E. M. Hicks, 


Uv 


B. P. Stone, d. d., 


CT 






Samuel Utley, 


CT 


Dublin. 




0. H. Jasper, 


M 


N. W. Sheldon, 


CT 


Osmon C. Baker, D. D., Bp. 


i M 


William F. Bridge, 


Ut 


S. M. Vail, d. d., 


M 


Thomas L. Fowler, 


M 


David Patten, d. d., 


M 


W. G. Tuttle, {Harrisville) 


CT 


John W. Merrill, d. d.. 


M 


Lyman Culver, ( Potter sville) C B 


Sam'l Cooke, Ch. S. Prison 


CB 


William W. Lovejoy, 


CB 


Jacob Sanborn, 


M 


Dummer. 




Silas Curtis, Agent of JSTew- 


E. Griffin, 


FB 


Hampton Institution, 


FB 


Cornish. 




Dumbarton. 




A. Spalding, 


CT 


John M. Putnam, 


CT 


D. P. Deming, 


CB 


Durham. 




P. Wollinsford, 


M 


Alvan Tobey, 


CT 


Croydon. 




Marsh, 


FB 


R. Tilton, 


M 


East-Kingston. 




R. Stinson, 

Dalton. 


Uv 


J. M. Sanborn, 

Eaton. 


M 


Geo. H. Pinkham, 


FB 






Danbury . 




King Atkinson, 
J. Fletcher, 


FB 
FB 


S. H. Amsden, 


CB 






Danville. 




Effiingham. 








N. Foss, 


FB 


Moses Cole, 


FB 


J. Nichols, 


FB 


Henry Nutter, 


M 


Enos G. Page, 


M 


Deer field. 




White, 


CB 


U. W. Condit, 


CT 


Ellsworth. 




James Barnaby, 
Ayer, 


CB 
FB 


John L. Brown, 


FB 


James Adam?, 


M 


Enfield. 




Deering. 




Wm. H. Jones, 


M 


To be supplied, 


M 


C. U. Dunning, 


31 



ECCLESIASTICAL. 



105 



Epping. 




Goffstown. 




J. H. Stearns, 


CT 


J. W. Ray, 

Isaac Willey, Bib. Agt., 


CT 


M. Newhall, 


M 


CT 


1 Goldsmith, 


Uv 


L. D. Stevens, 


FB 


Epsom. 




Gosport. 




Moses A, Quimby, 


FB 


George Beebe, 


Ch 


Exeter. 








O.T. Lamphear 


CT 


Goshen. 




J. J. Peck, 


CB 


Henry Richardson, 


CT 


Jonathan Cole, 


Ut 


S. M. Powers, 


CB 


Levi W. Leonard, D. D., 


ut 


Grafton. 




John W. Tilton, 


Ch 




7. Cummings, 


CT 


J. S. Green. 


Ch 


S. S. Fletcher, 


Uv 


Grantham. 




Charles Dame,. 


CT 


R. Newhall, 


M 


Ellsworth. 




Oburn, 


Ch 


Edwin A. Russell, 


FB 


Greenfield. 




Farming ton. 




D. Goodhue, 


CT 


Sogers M. Sargent, 
D. w edgewood, 


C T 


L. Marshall, 


CT 


FB 


Greenland. 




Daniel P. Cilley, 
0. Tibbets, 


FB 
M 


E. Robie, 
Charles Young, 


CT 
M 


Fitzwilliam. 




J. F. Adams, 


M 


fm. L. Gaylord, 


CT 


Gorham 




Francestown. 




Geo. Tewksbury, 


CT 


Charles Cutler, 


CT 


Groton. 




Franconia. 




L. Conant, 


CT 


Otis F. Willis, 


FB 


S. G. Kennie, 


CB 


Franklin. 




James Phillips, 


Ch 


William T. Savage, 


CT 


HampsteaJ 




A. H> Martin, 


Ch 


T. C. Pratt, 


CT 


Freedom. 




A. Folsom, 


M 


King Atkinson, 


FB 


Hampton. 




Fremont. 
John Marsh, 
N. L. Chase, 


FB 

M 


John Colby, 

De Witt C. Durgin, 

J. Hayes, 


CT 

FB 

M 


Gilford. 
J. A. Knowles, 
Ezekiel True, 


FB 
FB 


Hampton-Falls. 

Coburn, 

A, M. Bridge, 


CB 

Ut 


A. D. Smith, 


FB 


Hancock. 




Gilmanton. 




Asahel Bigelow, 


CI 


J. Ordway, 
Joseph Blake, 
Moses Folsom, 


CT 


Hanover. 




CT 
FB 


John Adams, 
Nathan Lord, D d., 


CT 
CT 


C. R. Homan, 


M 


RosweU Shurtleff, D. D., 


CT 


Gilsum. 




David Kimball, 


CT 


E. Adams, 


CT 


Samuel G. Brown, D. D., 


CT 


A. J. Howard, 


Ch 


Clement Long, v. d., 


CT 


D, Kilburn, 

5* 


M 


Daniel J. Noyes, d. j>. 3 


CT 



106 



ECCLESIASTICAL. 



Charles A. Aiken a. b., 
Henry Fairbanks, a. m., 
John N. Putnam, A. m., 

D. F. Richardson, a. m., 
Henry Wood, 

E. Bourns, ll. d., 
Jonathan S. Herrick, 

Haverhill. 
John D. Emerson, 
John Davis, 
G. S. Thomas, 
To be supplied, 

Hebron. 
L. Conant, 
S.F. Whidden, 

, Henniker. 
J. M. R. Eaton, 
L. H. Gordon, 

Hill. 
L. Phillips, 

Hillsborough. 
Harry Brickett, 
To be supplied, 

Hinsdale. 
Moses H. Wells. 
J. G. Bennett, 
Hezekiah A. Mattes on, 



Joshua R. Peirce r 
Ao Sargent, 

Hollis. 
P. B. Day, 
George B. Bills, 
Leonard Jewett, 
Noah Emerson, 

Hooksett. 
Marvin Leffingwell, 

C. H. Vinton, 

Hopkinton. 

D. H. Sanborn, 
L. H. Witham, 
N. D. Sleeper, 
C.E.Baker, 
Jonathan E. Brown, 
George H. Marston, 

Hudson. 
G. Putnam, 
L W. Prescott, 



CT 
CT 
CT 
CB 
CT 
E 
CB 

CT 

FB 

M 

M 



CT 
M 



CT 
M 



Ch 



CT 
M 



CT 

C B 
M 



E 
FB 



CT 
CB 
CT 
CT 

CT 
M 

M 
FB 
Ch 
Ch 
CB 
Swed 



CB 
M 



Jaffrey. 

E. K. Bailey, 
Ezekiel W. Coffin, 

F. D. Austin, 

J. S. Batchelder, 

Jackson. 
Jonathan Gale, 
John K. Hall, 

Jefferson. 
John Morse, 

Keene. 
Z. S. Barstow, d.d., 
John A. Hamilton, 
William O. White, 
Leonard Tracy, 
J. W. Guernsey, 
E. A. Renouf, 

Kensington. 

G. W. Campbell, 
J. C. Blodgett, 
N". C. Fletcher y 

Kingston. 
J. H. Mellish, 
N. C. Fletcher, 
Josiah Hooper, 

Laconia. 
John K. Young T d. »., 
Reuben Dearborn, 

Lancaster. 
Prescott Fay, 
Elijah R. Wilkins, 

Landaff. 
George W. Cogswell, 
John English, 

Langdon. 
Andrew Jacqueth, 

Lebanon. 
C^ A. Downs, 
R. Case, 

Linville J. Hall, 
G. W. Bailey, 

Lee. 
Israel Chesley, 
Mason Moore, 
Albert G. Cummin gs, 
Lempster. 
R. W. Fuller, 
J, B. Faulks, 
N. R. Wright. 



ECCLESIASTICAL. 



107 



Lisbon. 
saiah H. Shipman, 
— Ransom, 
Jeorge N. Bryant, 
Litchfield- 
Sbenezer Newhall, 

Littleton. 
Liewis P. Cushman, 

Londonderry. 
}. W. T. Rogers, 
Joshua L. Whittemore, 
William House, 

Loudon. 
rhomas Keniston, 
3. G. Knowles, 
Silas Green, 

Lyman. 
)rick W. Watkins, ' 
William Berkley, 
Jharles Cowen, 

Lyme. 
3rdix Tenney, 
Ippleton Belknap, 

Lyndeborough . 
E. B Claggett, 

Manchester. 
D.W.Wallace, 
W. H. Fenn, 
Sylvan S. Hunting, 
[saac G. Hubbard, 
Tesse M. Coburn, 
George Pierce, 
King S. Hall, 
J. M. Bailey, 
Amos B. Russell, 
J. Currier, 
G. S. Dearborn, 

Bolles, 

Madbury. 
Samuel Hoyt, 
John Warner, 

Marlborough. 
jiles Lyman, 
S. Laws, 
r. D. Fowler, 

Mar low. 
E. A. Smith, 
David Gage, 



Chr.G 

FB 

M 

Pr 

M 



M 

CB 

Pr 

CT 

FB 

M 

M 
M 
M 

CT 

C B 



CT 

CT 
CT 

Ut 

E 

C B 

CB 

CB 

FB 

M 

M 

M 

Uv 

M 
CB 



CT 

Uv 
M 

M 
CB 



Mason. 




Daniel Goodwin, 


C T 


Nason, 


Ch 


G. W. Cutting, 


CB 


Meredith. 




Charles Burnham, 


CT 


Stephen J. Pitman, 


FB 


Oliver Butler, 


FB 


Merrimack. 




Edwin J. Hart, 


CT 


Middleton. 




James Furnald, 


FB 


Milan. 




Abner Keith, 


M 


Milford. 




S. C. Kendall, 


CT 


H. Moore, d. d.. 


CT 


Milton. 




James Doldt, 


CT 


Ezra Tuttle, 


FB 


Mont- Vernon. 




Charles E. Lord, 


CT 


Monroe. 




Orick W. Watkins, 


M 


Moultonborough. 




J. M. Hodsdon, 


Ch 


H. Chandler, 


M. 


Nashua. 




Austin Richards, d. d., 


CT 


C. J. Hill, 


CT 


Sullivan Hohnan, 


M 


William H. Eaton, 


C B 


Lewis Howard, 


M 


Martin W. Willis, 


Ut 


Wm. Stevens Perry, 


E 


J. O'Donnel, 


RC 


Joseph 0. Skinner, 


Uv 


Nelson. 




A. H. Cutter, 


CT 


New-Boston. 




E. C. Cogswell, 


Pr 


John Atwood, 


CB 


Francis Merriam, 


CB 


Newbury. 




New-Castle. 




L. Alden, 


CT 



108 



ECCLESIASTICAL. 



New-Durham. 
Nathaniel Berry, 
Joseph Boodey, / 
Chase, 

New-Hampton. 
I. D. Stewart, 
T. Perkins, 
John Fulionton, 
E. Fiske, 
J. J. Butler, 

Newington. 
John LeBosquet, 

New-Ipswich. 
Samuel Lee, 
Sylvanus Heywood, 
A. P. Hatch, 

New-London. 
Lucien Hayden, 
George W. Gardner, 
Asa Rundlett, 

Newmarket. 
William H. Jones, 
E. Chapman, 
A. J. Davis, 

Newport. 
Henry Cummings, 
James Thurston, 

Wolcott, 

Newton. 
N. Day, 
Timothy Eastman, 

Northfield. 
Calvin S. Harrington, Pr. 
of the Female College, 
North-Hamp ton . 
John Dinsmore, 

Dickinson, 

Northumberland. 
Lewis H. Massure, 

Northivood. 
Henry C. Fay, 
George W. Ashby, 
E. H. Smith, 
R. Richardson, 

Nottingham. 
Jacob Hood, 
Alexander Tuttle, 
John C. Holmes, 



FB 
FB 
CB 


FB 
FB 
FB 
FB 
FB 


CT 


CT 

CT 

M 


CB 
CB 
FB 


M 
CT 
FB 


CT 

M 
Uv 


Ch 
CB 


M 


CT 

Ch 


M 


CT 
CB 
CB 
FB 


CT 
FB 
FB 



Orange. 
David Power, 

Orford. 
Luther Whittemore, 
W. A. Smith, 
Enos Merrill, 



Horace Wood, 
John Chick, 
True Hill, 
John Walker, 
H. Webber, 

Pembroke. 
Lewis Goodrich, 
Cadf'ord M. Dinsmore, 

Pelham. 
To be supplied, 

Peterborough. 
R. E. Danforth, 
George Dustin. 
Charles B. Perry, 

Piermont. 

Marden, 

Nelson Martin, 

Pittsburg. 
Willis Straw, 

Pittsfield. 
H. Quimby, 
J. A. Hood, 
James Morrill, 
Joseph Harvey, 

Plainfield. 
S. W. Miles, 
Amos Blanchard, 
Jacob Scales, 

Plaistow. 
Homer Barrows, 
Cyrus Tibbetts, 

Plymouth. 
William R. Jewett, 
Charles H. Chase, 
J. G. Smith, 
Freeman Carter, 

Portsmouth. 
W. L. Gage, 

Charles Burroughs, D. D.. 
A.J.Patterson, 
Wm. A. Hitchcock, 



ECCLESIASTICAL. 



109 



Dnathan Hall, 


M 


James Tike, 


M 


udley P. Leavitt, 


M 


Lorenzo D. Barrows, 


M 


. Medbury (City Miss.), 


CB 


William D. Cass, 


M 


oses Howe, 


Ch 


Nathaniel Ladd, 


M 


Raymond. 




Sandown. 




eorge W. Sargent, 


CT 


F. Ryder, 


M 


3seph Fullonton, 


FB 


Sandwich. 




athaniel L. Chase, 


M 


Royal Parkinson, 


CT 


Richmond. 




Josiah P. Stinchfield, 


M 


. M. Q'Daniels, 


Uv 


Fern aid, 


FB 






Rogers, 


FB 


Rindge. 




SeabrooJc. 




. W. Burnham, d. d., 
R. Harding, 


CT 

M 


Charles H. Pearsons, 
0. H. Call, 


Ch 
M 


Roxbury. 
W. Duncan, 


CT 


Somersworth. 




Rochester. 




G. M. Anthony, 
Samuel Collins, 


CT 
CB 


imes M. Palmer, 


CT 


A. K. Moulton, 


FB 


r m. Hewes, 


M 


S. G. Kellogg, 


M 


Rumney. 




R. W. Humphries, 


M 


K. Chase, 


CB 


South-Hampton. 




W. Squire, 


Uv 


Samuel E. Brown, 


CB 


•eeman Carter, 


31 


South-Newmarlcet. 




Rollinsford. 




Winthrop Fifield, 


CT 


. B. Bradford, 


CT 


F. K. Stratton, 


M 


Lucey, 

meon P. Heath, 


EC 
M 


Springfield. 








J. H. Griffin, 


M 


Rye. 




Stark. 




Otis. 


CT 


Clifford Cole, 


FB 


. M. Bailey, 
imes Pierce, 


M 
Ch 


Stewart stown. 




Salem. 
Dhn Lawrence, 




William S. Morrill, 


Ch 


CT 


Daniel Rogers, 
J. B. Hill, 


Ch 
CT 


Beedle, 


M 






lihu Scott, 


M 


Stoddard. 




. W. H. Clark, 


M 


S. Gerould, 


CT 


Salisbury. 




S. S. Dudley, 


M 


oratio Merrill, 


CT 


Strafford. 




oses B. Scribner, 


Ch 


E. Place, 


F B 


. T. Sinclair, 


M 


L. D. Tasker, 


FB 


Combs, 


C B 


John Caverly, 


FB 


Shelburne. 




John Winkley, 
N. Twombly, 


Ch 


Sanbomton. 




Stratford. 




imes Boutwell, 
. Bodwell, 


CT 
CT 


M. Sherman, 


M 


)rban Curtice, 


CT 


Stratham. 




sremiah D. Tilt on, 


CB 


Edward C. Miles, 


CT 


Nutt, 


Ch 


George W. Thompson , 


CT 


;ekiel Adams, 


M 


N. Piper, 


Ch 



110 



ECCLESIASTICAL. 



Sullivan. 




G. W. Stinson, 


CT 


Sunapee. 




John Young, Jr., 


Ch 


J. W. Johnson, 


M 


Surry. 




E. F. Abbott, 


CT 


Sutton. 




Isaac Peaslee, 


FB 


David Moody, 


FB 


Valentine Bunker, 


CB 


J. H. Griffin, 


M 


Swanzey. 




John G. Wilson, 


CT 


James Searle, 


CB 


N. R. Wright, 


Uv 


Tamworth. 




S. H. Riddell, 


CT 


Elisha F. Legro, 
John Runnells, 


M 


FB 


H. Blaisdell, 


FB 


Temple. 




George Goodyear, 


CT 


Walter Follett, 


CT 


Thornton. 




T. Wyatt, 


FB 


C. F. Bailey, 


M 


Tuftonborough. 


. 


S. F. Bean, 


FB 


Amos Kidder, 


M 


Troy. 




Unity. 




S. S. Dudley, 


M 


W. F. Evans, 


M 


Upper- Gilmanton . 




Peter Clark, 


FB 


Uriah Chase, 


FB 


Wakefield. 




Nathaniel Barker, 


CT 


J. Spinney, 


FB 


Ira Taggart, 


M 


Walpole. 




J. M. Stowe, 


CT 


1\ Wallingford, 


M 


Ireland, 


M 


Warner. 




Daniel Warren, 


CT 



Warren. 
Charles H. Smith, 

Washington. 
J F. Griswold, 
L. M. Powers, 

A. Heald, 

C. N. Lewis, 

Webster. 
Edward Buxton, 

Weare. 
H. W. Day, 
N. B. Smith, 

Wentworth. 
S. M. Blanchard, 
Thompson Barron, 

Westmoreland. 
Oscar Bissell, 
Sullivan H. McCollister, 

Glidden, 

Whitefield. 
Almon Shephard, 

D. W. Barber, 
George H. Pinkham. 

Wilton. 
Stillman Clarke, 

Wilmot. 
J. L. Armes ; 
To be supplied, 

Winchester. 
J. P. Humphrey, 
G. S. Barnes, 
Oren Perkins, 

Windham. 
Lorin Thayer, 

B. R. Hoyt, 

Windsor. 
To be supplied, 

Wolf borough. 
John Wood, 
William K. Lucas, 

Hartshorn, 

Moses Hanson, 

C. Paris, 
Amos Kidder, 
B. Dickson, 

T. Bartlett, 

Woodstock. 
Elbridge York, 



ECCLESIASTICAL. Ill 

The Post-Office address of the Presiding Elder of each Bigtrict 
>f the Methodist order in New-Hampshire, is as follows : 

Dover District— Rev . Calvin Holman, Dover; Concord Dis~ 
rict — Rev. James Pike, Sanbornton Bridge; Claremont District 
-Rev. E. Adams, Concord. 

The next Conference in New-Hampshire will be held at Con- 
ord, in May. 

The next Annual Convention of the Protestant Episcopal Church 
a the Diocese of New-Hampshire, will be held in St. Paul's 
Jhurch, in Concord, on the last Wednesday in May, 1861. 

SHAKERS. 

In New-Hampshire there are two Societies— located at Canter- 
ury and Enfield. 

The leading authority devolves upon a succession of Bishops, 
'his order is represented by two of each sex, who constitute the 
>rder of Ministry* 

ORDER OF MINISTRY. 

lbraham Perkins, - I Harriet Hastings, 

ames S. Kaime, I Mary Whitcher, 

Ministers or Elders— "Canterbury, Henry J. Durgin, William 
jbbey ; Enfield, John Lyon, Henry Cummings. 

Trustees — Canterbury, David Parker, Robert Shepard 5 
[ehemiah Trull, E. H. Dennett ; Enfield, C. M. Dyer, Daniel 
aylor, Jason Kidder, George Thurston, Austin Bronson, 



MEDICAL DEPARTMENT. . 

The Kew-Hampslilre Medical Society 

Held its Seventieth Annual Meeting at Concord, June, 
OFFICERS FOR 1860-61. 

President — Josiah C. Eastman, m. d., Hampstead. 

Vice-President — E. K. Webster, m. d., Boscawen. 
Secretary — William W. Brown, M. d., Manchester. 

Treasurer — Luther M. Knight, m. d., Franklin. 



1860. 



PHYSICIANS I1V JfEW-HAMPSHIRE. 

[In the following list oi Physicians in New-Hampshire, the ab* 
breviations in italics, placed after the names, Pel., designates Fel- 
low of the N. H. Medical Society; Bot., Botanic: Horn., Homoe- 
opathic; Dent*, Dentist.] 

Note. — A Physician or Dentist, changing his location or place 
of practice, or a young man who has completed his studies and 
located for business, would confer a favor by sending his card to 
the compiler of this Register. 



Acworth, Lyman Brooks, 

E. T. Atwood. 
Alstead, Winslow B. Porter, 

William M. French. 
Alton, John Morrison, 

Nathaniel Dorman, 

I. W. Lougee, Pel. 
Amherst, M. Spalding, Pel., 

F. P. Fitch, Pel., 

G. W. Moore. 

Andover, H. A. Weymouth, Pel. 
Antrim, William M. Parsons, 

Pierce, Horn., 

J. M. Christie. 
Atkinson, Isaac B. Hovey. 
Auburn, Nathan Plumer, 

George W. Manter, Pel. 
Bartlett, Loammi B. Dame. 
Barnstead, Mark Walker, Pel., 

James Emerson, Pel., 

Jeremiah Blake. 
Barrington, J. S. Fernald, Pel., 

David McDaniel, 

William Waterhouse. 

Bennington, Heard. 

Bath, William Child. 
Bethlehem, D. P. Putnam, 
Bedford, P. P Woodbury, Pel., 

William B. Stevens, Pel. 



Boscawen, E. K. Webster, Pel., 
• Stephen M. Emery, 

N. Call. 
Bradford, Jason H. Anies, 

C. M. Fiske. 
Brentwood, Moses W. Caverly. 
Bristol, Ira S. Chase, Pel., 

H. B. Fowler, Pel., 

J. M. Bishop. 
Brookline, J. C. Shattuck. 
Campton, Jesse A. Sanborn, 

Pel. 
Canaan, A. Morgan, 

Ara Wheat. 
Candia, R. H. Page. 
Canterbury, J. M. Harper, 

Peter A. Foster, 

Lorain T. Weeks. 
Center-Harbor, John C. Page. 
Charlestown, H. Saunders, 

Samuel Webber. 
Chester, J. P. Whittemore, Pel., 

J. Dearborn, Bot. 
Chesterfield, John F. Butler, 

Daniel F. Randall. 
Chichester, John Fellows. 
Claremont, Josiah Richards, 

Robert S. Gleason, 

S. G. Jarvis, 



MEDICAL. 



113 



remont, Nathaniel Tolles, 
W. M. Ladd, 
C. A. Volk, 

E. G. Judkins, 
A. Cummings, 
Tirell, Bot., 

F. T. Kidder, Sur. Dent. 
Silas A. Sabin, Bent., 
Wm. M. Smith, Dent., 
Wm. H. Smart, Jr. 
ebrook, L. Lombard, 
Augustus Harris, 
Clark C. Norris, 

E. D. Lombard, 
umbia, Lewis Snow. 
tcord,Thos.Chadbourne, J FeZ., 
Ezra Carter, Fel., 
Timothy Haynes, 
C. P. Gage, Fel, 

E. G. Moore, Fel., 
Wm. Prescott, 

A. Morrill, Horn., 
W. H. Hosmer, 
Wm. H. Smart, 

B. S. Warren, Bot., 
James F. Sargent, Fel.. 
Albert A. Moulton, Fel., 

F. Gust. Oehme, Horn., 
Charles A. Lockerby, 
Jesse P. Bancroft, Fel., 
S. F. L. Simpson, Fel., 

M. T, Willard, Dent., Fel.. 
Abraham H. Robinson, Fel., 
J. M. Graves, 
George A. Bright, 
Wm. W. Fletcher, Dent., 
J. W. Little Dent., 
Ezra E. Worthen, Dent. 
E. G. Cummings, Dent., 
J. Blaisdell, Dent., 
H. D. White Dent., (Fisher- 
I ville). 

way, Jere Chandler, 
Jonathan R. Thompson, 
nish, Elijah Boardman, 
Lyman Hall, 
Constant Manchester, 
ydon, D. D. Marsh, 
W. Barton, 
on, Wm. Gordon, 
bury, W. P. Stone, Fel., 
ville, J. Clark, 
•field, S. Brown, Fel., 
Israel N. Gale, 
Charles Chase, 
William Young, 



Deerfield, John O. Haines, Bot. 
Deny, J. H. Crombie, Fel., 

Henry Hayes. 
Dover, Nathaniel Low, 

Noah Martin, Fel., 

Albert G. Fenner, Fel., 

Joseph H. Smith, Fel., 

Paul A. Stackpole, Fel., 

Robert Thompson, 

Alphonso Bickford, 

Levi G. Hill, Fel., 

T. J. W. Pray, Fel., 

A. J. H. Buzzell, 

Jefferson Smith, 

W. L. Thompson, Horn., 

C. Horsch, Horn., 

Jeremiah Horn, 

Lindsey, Bot, 

A. J. Young, Dent., 
Dublin, John G. Parker. 
Durham, Thomas Flanders, 

Green. 

Effingham, Jeremiah Dearborn. 
Enfield, Benj. F. Skinner, Fel., 

T. H. Currie, Fel. 
East-Kingston, John A. Follett. 
Epping, N. Batchelder, 

H. B. Burnham, Fel. 
Epsom, L. W. Peabody, Fel. 
Exeter, William Perry, 

David W. Gorham, 

Samuel B. Swett, 

William G. Perry, 

Ezra Bartlett, 

W. L. Johnson, Dent. 

W. D. Vinal, Dent. 
Farmington, D. T. Parker, 

Samuel Pray, Jr., 

A. M. Win.n 
Fitzwilliam, S. Cummings, Fel., 

James Batcheller, Fel. 
Francestown, D. F. Frye, Fel. 
Franconia, Daniel E. Wells, 

Otis F. Willis. 
Franklin, L. M. Knight, Fel. 

S. B. Kelley. 
Freedom, Calvin Topliff. 
Gilford, Thomas N. Sanborn, 

F. O. Sleeper, 

Charles W. Hunt, 

George W. Munsey, 

A. C. Lindsey. 
Gilmanton, Nahum Wight, Fel. 

George Montgomery, 

L. W. Sanborn, Dent. 
Gilsum, G. W. Hammond, 



114 



MEDICAL. 



Gilsum, Kimball D. Webster. 
Goffstown, Daniel Little, 

Alonzo F. Carr, Fel., 

John S. Little. 
GOrham, H. F. Ward well. 
Gosport, George Beebe. 
Goshen, H. G. Mclntire, 

Frances H. Wheeler. 
Grafton, James R. Smiley, Fel. 
Grantham, Hubert Sleeper. 
Greenfield, John Ramsay, 

J. S. Burt. 
Greenland, George Odell, 

G. C. Clough. 

Groton, 

Hampstead, J. C. Eastman, Fel. 
Hampton, W. T. Merrill. 
Hampton-Falls, Charles H. San- 
born. 
Hancock, Isaac Cragin. 
Hanover, Dixi Crosby, Fel. % 

Thomas P. Hill, Fel., 

J. A. Smith, 

Alpheus B. Crosby, Fel. 
Haverhill, Hiram Morgan, 

P. Spaulding, 

H. B. Leonard, 

H. H. Tenney, 

J. N. Davis, Uom. Phy^n 
and Surgeon. 
Henniker, W. W. Wilkins,i^., 

Israel P. Chase, Horn. 
Hebron, John Whitmore. 
Hill, R. Fellows. 
Hillsborough, E. Hatch, 

John Goodale, 

Abel C. Burnham, 

Charles L. Hartwell, Fel., 

John Q. R. French. 
Hinsdale, Fred Boyden. 
Holderness, J. A. Dana, 

Mrs. S. D. Thompson, Bot. 
Hollis, Oliver Scripture, 

H. WiJloughby, 

George P. Greely. 
Hooksett, Horace Gage. 
Hopkinton, Cyril C. Tyler, 

Stephen Currier, 

DO. Callins, Bot., 

Alexander Rogers, 

J. Wilson. 
Hudson, James Emery, 

D. Onslow Smith. 
Jaffery, Oscar H. Bradley, 

G. A. Phelps, Fel. 
Jackson, Daniel Dinsmore. 



Jefferson, James L. Hartwell. 

Keene, George B. Twitchell,Fe/. 
Daniel Adams, 
A. S. Carpenter, 
T. B. Kittredge, Fel., 
W. B. Chamberlain, Horn., 
J. F. Jennison, Bot., 
William H. Thayer, 
J. J.Johnson, 

F. S. Stratton, Dent., 
Walker. 

Kensington, Jonathan Brown. 
Kingston, Thomas Bassett, 

Levi S. Bartlett, 

George W. Sanborn, 

A. Severance. 
Laconia, D. S. Prescott, 

Oliver Goss, Fel., 

Robert E. Merrill, 

G. W. Hunt, 

Geo. V. Pickering, Dent., 

John Stevens, Dent. 
Lancaster, Benj. Hunking, 

Jacob E. Stickney, 

J. W Barney, 

Freedom Dinsmoor, 

James D. Folsom. 
Landaff, J. Brownson, Jr 
Langdon, Leland J. Graves 
Lebanon, Benjamin T.Hubbard 

Benjamin Gallup, 

Caleb Plastridge, 

L. C. Bean, Fel., 

John Clough, Fel., 

A. M. Mowe, Dent., 

C. O. Towne. 
Lempster, J. N. Butler. 
Lisbon, C. H. Boynton, 

J. F. Thompson, Bot. 

S. F. Brown Bot., 

Moses Whitcomb. 
Littleton, William Burns, 

Adams Moore, Fel., 

R. Bugbee, 

J. L. Harriman, 

Sanger, Horn. 

Londonderry, Wm. J. Campbell 
Loudon, N. Shannon, Fel., 

Isaac S. French, 

William S. Collins. 

Lyman, 

Lyme, C. B. Hamilton, Fel., 

Abraham 0. Dickey, Fel., 

Adoniram Smalley, FeL, 

C. C. Kingsbury. 
Lyndeboro', I. Herrick,\flbm., 



.Bot. 






MEDICAL. 



115 



ndeboro', W. A. Jones, Horn. 
dison, D. S. Hobbs, 
nchester, M. G. J.Tewksbury, 

Charles Wells, 

W. D. Buck, FeL, 

Josiah Crosby, FeL, 

J. S. Elliott, 

A. G. Gale, 

Sylvanus Bunton, FeL, 

Ebenezer H. Davis, FeL, 

Thomas Wheat, FeL, 

David S. Morse, 

J. A. Tebbetts, 

W. W. Brown, FeL, 

D. B. Nelson, 

H. C. Parker, Horn., 

George H. Hubbard, FeL, 

James P. Walker, 

J. M. Hawks, 

Wm. Neilson, 

T. M. Hanson, Bot. . 

C. P. Wood, Surg., Dent., 
A. B. Lord, Dent., Horn., 
John Prescott, Dent. 

irlborough, Samuel A. Rich- 

ardson, FeL 
ixlow, M. Perkins, 
ison, Thos, H. Marshall, FeL, 

Edwin Schofield. 
sredith, John Sanborn, 

Jeremiah Smith, 

Hosea H. Smith, FeL, 

William Blake, Bot., 

John H. Sanborn, FeL, 

George Sanborn, 
irriinack, H. Eaton, FeL, 

M. Merriam. 
Ian, Don A. Robinson, 
lford, S. Smith Stickney, 

S. G. Dearborn, FeL, 

H. Eldridge, 

Wm. Darficott, Dent., 

J. H. Parmlee, Dent. Surg. 
lton, Stephen Drew, 

Wm. B. Reynolds , 

D. E. Palmer. 

>nt- Vernon, A.A.Gerrish,!^. 
>ultonborough, T- Shannon, 

William H. H. Mason, FeL 
shua, Ebenezer Dearborn, 

Elijah Colburn, 

Edward Spaulding, Fel.^ 

E. B. Hammond, FeL, 
Joshua F. Whittle, 
N. J. Moore, 
George Gray, 



Nashua, J. G. Graves, 
Josiah G. Graves, 2d, 
Edwin Colburn, 
N. P. Carter, 
F. B. Ayer, 
T. H. Gibby, 
J. B. Greeley, 
Geo. P. Greeley, 
Levi P. Sawyer, 
L. F. Locke, 'Dent., FeL, 
Albert Lull, Dent., 

E. S. Miles, Dent. 
Nelson, Nehemiah Rand. 
New-Boston, J. Danforth, FeL, 

Robert Whipple. 

A. McMellin, 
N. P. Clark. 

New-Hampton ,Tristram Rogers , 

Artemus H. Carr, FeL 
New-Ipswich, S. Gibson, 

F. Jones, 
George A. Gage, 
J. M. Rand. 

New-London, S.M. Whipple, Fel, 

Levi Pierce, Horn. 
Newmarket, J. R. Sanborn, 

G. W. Kittredge, 
William Folsom, 
Reuben M. Gray, 

B. N. Towle, 
Joseph S. Elkins. 

Newport, John L. Swett, FeL, 
Thomas Sanborn, FeL, 
J. A. Gregg, 
Mason Hatch. 

Newton, Jonathan G. Gale. 

Northtield, Parsons Whidden. 

North-Hampton, M. L. Hobbs. 

Northwood, Thomas Tuttle, 

C. W. Hanson. 
Northumberland, Josiah Morse. 
Orford, Willard Hosford, 

D. G. Marston. 
Ossipee, Alvah Moulton, 

Nathaniel Grant, 

G. W. Tibbetts. 
Pelham, L. H. Grosvenor, 

Amos Batchelder, 

S. T. Birmingham. 
Pembroke, B. H. Phillips, FeL, 

Frederick Potter. 
Peterborough. W. Follansbee, 

Daniel B. Cutter, 

Albert Smith, FeL, 

P. D. Badger, Bot., 
John Hurd. 



116 



MEDICAL, 



Piermont, Zeeb Gilman, 

Jonathan Knight. 
Pittsfield, R. P. J.Tenney, Fel., 

W. W. Proctor. 

A. Wares, 

John Wheeler. 
Plainfield, J. S. Blanchard, 

C. C. Beckley, 

Elbridge G. Beers, Bot., 

Enoch Blanchard. 
Plaistow, Nathaniel K. Kelly. 
Plymouth, Robert Burns, 

Cyrus K. Kelly, Fel., 

J. C. Garland. 
Portsmouth, J. H. Boardman, 

N. W. Oliver, Fel., 

Edward Rundlett, 

Robert O. Treadwell 

William Laighton, Fel., 

A. Perry, Bot., 

B. W. Curtis, 

E. Richter, Rom., 

A. B. Bennett, 
N. L. Folsom, 

G. G. Brewster, Med. and 
Surg. Dent., 

Samuel Baker, Dent., 

E. S. Ryder, Dent., 

Frank Fuller, Dent. 
Raymond, True M. Gould, Fel. 
Richmond, Samuel P. French, 

Fel. 
Rindge, Josiah Abbott. 
Rochester, John W. Pray, 

James Farrington, Jr., 

Enoch C. Dow. 
Rollinsford, John G. Pike, 

Merrow. 

Rumney, Daniel L. Simpson, 

,Alvah C. Hall, 

Daniel Darling. 
Rye, Warren Parsons. 
Salisbury, Thomas W. Wilson, 
Fel., 

C. B. Willis, 

W. W. Sleeper, Bot. 

Salem, B. W. Woodman. 

Sanbornton, John Carr., Fel., 
Nathaniel G. Ladd, 
James B. Abbott, Fel., 

B. Lyford, Fel., 
S. Campbell. 

Sandwich, Thos. J. Sweatt, 
John S. Emerson, Fel., 
Wm. A. Page. 

Seabrook, Jonathan Dearborn. 



I Seabrook," Ladd. 

Shelburne, Oliver B. Howe. 
Somersworth, E. G. Yeaton, 

Charles F. Elliott, Fel., 

J. C. Hanson, Fel., 

C. H. Shackford, Fel., 
Edward H. Pratt, 

F. Tuttle, 

E. Jenness, Horn., 
J. S. Ross. 

South-Newmarket, A. H. Var- 

ney 
Springfield, Valentine Manahan, 

Stoddard, Richardson, 

Silas M. Dinsmore. 
Strafford. C. Palmer, Fel., 

Isaiah Edgerly. 
Stratham, George H. Odell. 
Stratford, C. C. Carpenter. 
Sutton, Robert Lane, 

Diamond Davis, 

George C. Fuller. 
Swanzey, Willard Adams, 

D. L. M. Comings, Fel., 

F. H. Underwood,' Eclectic. 
Sunapee, John Hopkins, 

I. M. Bishop, 
Surry, Wm. H. Porter. 
Stewartstown, J. B. Gendron, 

Horn. 
Tamworth, E. Wilkinson, 

Joseph Huntress. 
Temple, Josiah M. Blood. 
Thornton, W. A. Smith, Fel. 
Troy, Charles W. Whitney, 

Abial M. Caverly, Fel. ' 
Tuftonborough, James C. Bas- 
sett., 

Frank Haley, Fel. 
Unity, G. S. Spencer. 
Upper Gilmanton, George E. 

Spencer. 
Wakefield, John L. Swinerton, 

S. W. Roberts, Fel. 
Walpole, Ebenezer Morse, 

Jesseniah Kittredge, 

Henry Mellish, 

Wm. J. Knight, Bot. 
Walpole, Hiram Watkins, 

Jacob B. Burnham, Bot., 

George A. Blake, 

Willard Ball , Dent. 
Warner, Leonard Eaton, 

J. M. Fitz, 

Moses Wilson. 



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117 



arren, Jesse Little, 

David C. French, 

Alphonso G. French, 
ashington, John Haynes, 

H. Monroe, 
eare, Jas. Peterson, Horn., 

Robert B. Carswell. 
ebster, N. H. Arey. 
entworth,A.A.Whipple, Fel. 

Peter L. Hoyt, 

S. S. Stevens, 
estmoreland, G. F. Dunbar, 

B. Simmons, Bot. 
hitefield, Albert Winch, 



Whitefield, George S. Gove. 
Wilmot, H. Nelson Mason. 
Wilton, Josiah Fleeman, 

Timothy Parkhurst, 

Caleb Hodgdon, Dent. 
Winchester, Hosea Pierce, Fel. 

A. P. Macumber, 

G. Walton Pierce, 

I. W. Russell, Surg. Dent. 
Windham, Ira Weston, 

Simeon D. York. 
Wolf borough, T. J. Tebbetts, 

Jeremiah F. Hall, FeL, 

Luther Pattee, Fel., 

M. R. Warren, Fel. 



CITIES IN NEW-HAMPSHIRE. 



CITY OF MANCHESTER. 

Id their election the second Tuesday in December, 1859, and 
janized their city government the first Tuesday in January, for 
; year 1860. 

EDWARD W". HARRINGTON, Mayor. 

ALDERMEN. 

Ward 5. George H. Hubbard. 
" 6. Samuel D. Farrar. 
" 7. John Moulton. 
" 8. Daniel Farmer, Jr. 



ard 1. Reuben Dodge. 
M 2. James A. Tebbetts. 
" 3. Benjamin F. Martin. 
" 4. George A. Barnes. 



Joseph Knowlton, City Clerk. 

COMMON COUNCIL. 

HORACE PETTEE, President. 



ird 1. George W. Thayer, 
George C. Gilmore, 
Henry A. Campbell. 

" 2. JosiahA. Chamberlain, 
George S. Neal, 
George T. v Cram. 

" 3. John B. Chase, 

Albert H. Daniels, 
Albion Barker. 

% 4. John H. Maynard, 
Seth Millikin, 
Eben French. 



Ward 5. Thomas Baxter, 
Eirjah Perry, 
Horace Bonney. 

" 6. Horace Pettee, 
Levi H. Sleeper, 
Charles W. Adams. 

"' 7. John Bartlett, 
W. P. Stratton. 
Daniel Mack. 

" 8. George S. Chandler, 
Dennis Cassidy, 
Daman Y. Stearns. 



Simeon D. Farnsworth, Clerk of Common Council. 

ty Treasurer— Henry R. Chamberlain. 
My Collector — Henry R. Chamberlain, 
Tity Physician — William D. Buck. 



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CITIES IX NEW-HAMPSHIRE. 



City Solicitor— William W. Morris. 

City Marshal — John L. Kelly. 

Assistant Marshal— Justin Spear. 

Health Officers— Warren L. Lane, John L. Kelly, Darius Baker. 

Police Justice — Samuel Upton. 

Special Justice — Amos B. Shattuck. 

Chief Engineer— A. C. Heath. 

Liquor Agent— John A. Perry. 

City Messenger — Lemuel H. James. 



CITY OF PORTSMOUTH, 

Held their election on the fourth Tuesday of November, 1859, and 
organized their city government the first Tuesday in January, for 
the year 1860. 

JOHN R. REDING, Mayor. 

ALDERMEN. 



Ward 1. John Chase, 

Christoph'r C.Jackson, 
James Moses, 3d. 
" 2. Marcellus BufTord, 



John Bennett, City Cleric. 



Ward 2. Israel Kimball, 

Joseph B. Upham. 
" 3. Daniel Marcy, 

Stephen D. Scriggins. 



COMMON COUNCIL. 

PHINEAS NICHOLS, President. 



Ward 1. Charles A. Wiggin, 
Calvin S. Hodgdon, 
John 11. Downing, 
Francis J. Wilson, 
Henry M. Grant, 
George Annable, 
John H. Folsom, 
Henry F. Gate, 
Oliver Hanscom. 
u 2. Samuel G. Folsom, 
John H. Broughton, 
William H. Si'se, 



Ward 2. Samuel Reynolds, 
John Wesley Moses, 
James C. Brown, 
Frank W. Miller, 
Phineas Nichols, 
John E. Ham. 
" 3. Benjamin Russell, 
J. Sullivan Rand, 
John E. Rider, 
Gustavus A. Abbott, 
William H. Hayes, 
Oliver Tucker. 



James W. Folsom, Clerk of the Common Council. 



City Messenger— Joseph C. Walker. 
Treasurer and Collector — Robert Lefavour. 
City Physician— Abner B. Bennett. 
Justice of the Police Court — Lory Odell. 
Special Justice— William H. Rollins. 
City Marshal— Benjamin Norton. 

Assistant Marshals— Charles W. Stinson, John M. Davis, Emer 
A. Dresser, Daniel L. Randall, Charles W. Bailey. 
Health Officers— Adams Perry, Andrew C. Peirce. 
Chief Engineer— Charles Main. 



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CITY OF CONCORD, 1860-61. 

MOSES T. WILLARD, Mayor. 



ard 1. Jacob B. Rand. 
'* 2. Samuel Eastman. 
« 3. Ira Ro well. 
" 4. Shadrach Seavey 



ALDERMEN. 

Ward 5. Bradbury Gill. 
t; 6. Caleb Parker. 
" 7. Joseph Hazeltine. 



David Watson, City Clerk. 



COMMON COUNCIL. 

WENTWORTH G. SHAW, President. 



ard 1. Andrew P. Bennett, 
Cyrus W. Lincoln. 

u 2. Zebulon Smith, 
William Abbott. 

u 3. Stephen Carle"ton. 
William D. Colby. 

" 4. John C. Pillsbury, 



Ward 4. Ezra Ballard. 

" 6. William H. Buntin, 

Wentworth G. Shaw. 
" 6. Benjamin Rolfe, 

Abraham G. Jones. 
" 7. John B. Flanders, 

Jedediah C. Abbott. 



Amos Hadley, Clerk. 



City Treasurer — Woodbridge Odlin. 

City Solicitor— Lyman T. Flint. 

City Physician— Benjamin S. Warren, M. d. 

City Marshal and Collector of Taxes— John Kimball. 

Assistant Marshals— J ona. L. Pickering, John A. Coburn. 

Health Officers— John Kimball, ex officio, Albert H. Moulton. 

. d., William H. Smart, m. d. 

Police Justice— David Pillsbury. 

Special Justice — Stephen C. Badger. 

Chief Engineer — True Osgood. 



CITY OF NASHUA, 1860-61. 

AARON W. SAWYER, Mayor, 



ALDERMEN 

f ard 1. Jeremiah B. Mason. 
" 2. Bern'dB. Whittemore 

3. Caleb Burbank. 

4. Ebenezer Deaborn. 

5. William W. Hoit, 



Ward 5. George Thompson. 
" 6. John G, Blunt, 

George A. Rollins. 
" 7. Samuel F. Wright. 
" 8. Benjamin P. Moore. 



Francis Winch, City Clerk. 



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CITIES IN NEW-HAMPSHIRE. 



COMMON COUNCIL. 

JOSIAH M. FLETCHER, President. 



Ward 1. Charles Lovejoy, 

Harding C. Rogers. 
" 2. Richard O. Greenleaf, 

John P. Pierce. 
" 3. Albert H. Saunders, 

Daniel S. Jones. 
" 4. Josiah M. Fletcher, 

Reuben M. Sawyer. 
" 5. Amos Wheeler, 

Jonathan Parkhurst, 

John G. Kimball 



Ward 5. Charles Simonds, 

Dennis D. Sullivan. 

" 6. Andrew J. Rockwood. 
William J. Bennett, 
John Morrill, 
Samuel Ferson. 

u 7. Joseph K. Gage, 
Theodore J. Eddy. 

" 8. John Lane, 

David L. Morrill. 
Clerk. 



City Treasurer — E. P. Emerson. 

City Collector 

City Solicitor— A. F. Stevens. 

City Marshal — Thomas G. Banks. 

Assistant City Marshal — Paris H. Hill. 

Chief Engineer— Isaac Eaton. 

City Physician — James B. Greeley. 

Health Officers— Thomas G. Banks, Paris H. Hill, Thomas Chase, 

Police Justice—Thomas Pearsons, Jr. 

Special Justice — Isaac Spalding. 



CITY OF DOVER, 

Held their election on the fourth Tuesday in November, 1859, and 
organized their city government the first Wednesday in January. 
I860. 

ALBERT BOND, Mayor, 



ALDERMEN. 



Ward 1. Thomas J. Willey. 
" 2. Mark Thompson, 

John L. Platts. 
" 3. R. N. Ross. 

Henry T. Wiswall, City Clerk. 



Ward 3. Solomon H. Forge, 
Josiah B. Folsom. 
" 4. David H. Gage. 



COMMON COUNCIL. 

MOSES PAUL,* President. 



Ward 1. Thomas Comer, 

John Kittredge, 

Moses Hussey. 
u 2, Ralph Hough, 

Enoch H. Nutter, 

Stephen J. Deland, 

George H. Gray, 

Morris D. Palmer, 

Edward Morrill. 
" 3. Moses Paul, 

Charles Woodman, 

Charles A. Tufts 
• Deceased. 



Ward 3. Horatio G. Hansonjr, 
Silas Moody, 
Levi Brown, 
Samuel Hussey, 
Nathaniel Twombly, 
Edwin Whitehouse, 
William Burr. 
" 4. Samuel Hanson, 2d, 
Joseph Wingate, 
Jesse Meader. 

Clerk. 



CITIES IN NEW-HAMPSHIRE. 121 

'My Messenger— Joseph A. Wiggin. 

lity Treasurer— Asa A. Tufts. 

yity Solicitor— Henry T. Wiswall. 

Jity Collector— Thomas Stevenson. 

Justice of the Police Court— Richard Kimball. 

issociate Justice — 

Aty Marshal— Jonathan P. Baker. 

issistant Marshal— Joseph G. Wallace. 

Chief Engineer — Richard N. Ross. 

Tealth Commissioners— -True Seavey, Thomas E. Whitehouse, 

S. Nudd. 



TOWN POLICE COURTS. 

TOWN OF CLAREMONT. 

POLICE COURT. 

^Inlander C. Freeman, Police Justice, appointed June 26, 1858. 
-Villiam P. Austin, Special Justice, " " v ' 

TOWN OF SOMERSWORTH. 

POLICE COURT. 

Jeorge W. Balloch, Police Justice, appointed May 14, 1858. 
fohn C. Hill, Associate Justice, " u " 

TOWN OF FARMINGTON, 

Adopted the Police law, by a majority vote, July 12, 1859. 

!iOuis Bell, Police Justice, appointed September 23, 1859. 
rosiah B. Edgerly, Associate Justice, appointed June, 1860. 



INSPECTORS, &c. 

nspector of Flour — Julius Cone, Concord. 

" of Hops — William P. Riddle, Manchester. 

" of Fish— William T. Frye, Portsmouth. 
Commissioners of Pilotage— Lyman D. Spalding, William L. 
r ight, Charles H. Chase, Portsmouth. 



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BOARD OF EDUCATION. 



The following County School Commissioners were appointed 
>r one year, commencing July 15, 1860 : 

Salary. 

Wilson S. Abbott, Raymond, for Rockingham, $170 

William D. Knapp, Somersworth, for Strafford, 75 

Samuel D. Quarles, Ossipee, for Carroll, 80 

William N. BIair # Laconia, for Belknap, 69 

Horatio Merrill, Salisbury, for Merrimack, 130 

Harry Brickett, Hillsborough, for Hillsborough 155 

Herbert B. Titus, Chesterfield, for Cheshire,. . ..' 120 

Paul S. Adams, Newport, for Sullivan, 90 

James W. Patterson, Hanover, for Grafton, 185 

Joseph B. Hill, Stewartstown, for Cods, 135 

On the third Wednesday of August, 1860, the several County 
mool Commissioners met at Concord, and organized themselves 
to a Board of Education, according to law, by choosing a 
hairman and Secretary. 

Chairman— Harry Brickett, Hillsborough. 

Secretary— J ames Willis Patterson, Hanover. 



The fourteenth Annual Report upon the Common Schools of 
ew-Hampshire, the same being the tenth Annual Report of the 
oard of Education, 1860. 



N. H. TEACHERS* ASSOCIATION. 

President— David Crosby, Nashua, 

Vice-Presidents— Wilson S. Abbott, Raymond ; B. F. Wallace, 
iconia; John S. Woodman, Hanover; Cyrus S. Richards, Mer- 
en; Henry E. Sawyer, Concord; John W. Ray, Manchester: 
illivan McCollister, Westmoreland. 

Secretaries— Henry S. Boltwood, Berry: John P. Newell, Man- 
tester. 

Treasurer— Sylvanus Hay ward, New-Ipswich. 

Counsellors— -E. T. Rowe" Paltiah Brown, Aurin M. Pavson, Eli- 
i T. Quimby, D. H. Sanborn, Nathan F. Carter, Harry Brickett 



132 



LITERARY INSTITUTIONS. 



INCORPORATED ACADEMIES. 

In giving brief statistics of incorporated Literary Institutions 
in New-Hampshire, the compiler relies wholly on the kindness o* 
the Principals forwarding to him annual catalogues or written 
communications. 

A full statement of an academy, giving tjje names of teachers, 
branches taught, &c, must be considered as an advertisement, 
and will be inserted in the last part of the Eegister, when direct- 
ed, and the charge for insertion will be made reasonable and satis- 
factory. 

Atkinson Academy, incorporated in 1791. Justin W. Spaul- 
ding, A. m., Principal; Mary C. French, Preceptress. Board of 
Teachers, 4. ' Three Terms. Average, 51 scholars. 

Boscawen Academy, incorporated in 1828. Jonathan Ten- 
ney, a. m., Principal ; Ellen J. Legro, Preceptress. 

Franklin Academy, incorporated in 1831. A. A. Smith, 
Principal; Mrs. A. A. Smith, Preceptress. 

Gilmanton Academy, incorporated in 1794. Charles H. Stan- 
ley, a. B., Principal; Mary A. Dearborn, Preceptress. 

Henniker Academy, incorporated in 1836. Thomas L. San- 
born, a. b., Principal; Lydia V. Heath, Preceptress. Number of 
teachers, 3. 

Hopkinton Academy, incorporated in 1827. Stephen W. i 
Clarke, Principal; Anna G. Clarke, Preceptress. Number of 
teachers, 3. 

Kimball Union Academy, incorporated in 1813; located at 
Meriden. Cyrus S. Richards, a. m., Principal; Mary Bates, Prin- 
cipal of the Female Department. Whole Board of Teachers, 6. 
Average number of pupils in both departments, 200; average 
number fitted for college, 30; available funds which belong to 
the institution, $50,000. 

New-Hampton Academy, incorporated in 1849. G. H. Rich- 
ardson, a. m., Principal ; C. F. Brackett, a. b., Assistant. 

New-Hampshire Conference Seminary and Female 
College, was founded in 1844, and incorporated in 1852; located 
at Sanbornton Bridge. Rev. Charles W. dishing, a. m., Presi- i 
dent; Rev. R. M. Manly, A. m., Principal; Henry Lummis, A. ^., I 
Sylvester Dixon, a. m., Assistants. 

Orford Academy, incorporated in 1836. George O. Dalton \ 



LITERARY INSTITUTIONS. 133 

.. m., Principal; Louisa M. Dalton, Preceptress. Number of 
eachcrs, 5. 

Pembroke Academy, incorporated in 1818. Charles G. Burn- 
am, a. m., Principal ; S. O. Burnham, A. b., Assistant. 

People's Literary Institute, incorporated in 1841; located 
t Pembroke. Orville Smith, Principal; Darwin C. Blanchard, 
issistant. 

Phillips Exeter Academy, incorporated in 1781. Gideon 
/. Soule, ll.d., Principal; George A. Wentworth, a. b. ? Profes- 
or of Mathematics ; Bradbury L. Cilley, a. b., Professor of An- 
ient Languages. 

Pittsfield Academy, incorporated in 1830. Scott French r 
.. b., Principal; Mary F. French, Preceptress. Number of 
eachers, 4. 

Tilden Female Seminany, incorporated in 1853; located at 

V est Lebanon. , Principal; E. C. Law- 

3nce, Preceptress. 

St. Paul's School,' incorporated in 1855; located at Millville, 
oncord. Rev. Henry A. Coit, m. a., Rector ; Rev. Francis Chase, 

[.A., Assistant. 

WOLPBOROUGH AND TUPTONBOROUGH ACADEMY, inCOrporat- 

d in 1820; located at Wolfborough. John Wingate, Jr., a. b. ? 
Yincipal; S. A. HucLd, Preceptress. Board of Teachers, 5. 



DARTMOUTH COLLEGE. 

TRUSTEES. 

Rev. Nathan Lord, d. d., President. 
His Excellency Ichabod Goodwin, ex officio, Portsmouth. 
Hon. Joel Parker, ll. d., Cambridge, Mass. 
Rev. Zedekiah S. Barstow, d. d., Keene. 
Rev. Nathaniel Bouton, d. d., Concord. 
Rev. Samuel Delano, Hartford, Yt. 
Rev. Silas Aiken, d. d., Rutland, Vt. 
Hon. Anthony Colby, New-London. 
Hon. Amos Tuck, Exeter. 
Lyndon A. Marsh, Esq., Woodstock, Vt. 
Hon. George W. Nesmith, Franklin. 

The Honorable Council, the President of the Senate and Speaker 
f the House, with the Chief Justice of the Supreme Judicial 
!ourt, are Trustees, ex officio, in relation to funds given by the 
tate. 

Visitors to the Chandler School— John James Dixwell, Esq., 
.. m., Boston; Francis Brown Hayes, Esq., a. m., Boston. 
Treasurer — Daniel Blaisdell, Esq., Hanover. 

MEDICAL paculty. 
Rev. Nathan Lord, d. d., President. 

Hon. Isaac F. Redfield, ll. d., Professor of Medical Jurispru- 
ence. 
Dixi Crosby, M. d., Professor of Surgery, Obstetrics, fyc. 



134 LITERARY INSTITUTIONS. 

Edward Elisha Phelps, m. d., ll. d., Professor of the Theory 
and Practice of Medicine and Pathological Anatomy. 

Albert Smith, m. d., Professor of Materia Medica and Thera- 
peutics. 

Oliver Payson Hubbard, m. d., Professor of Chemistry and 
Pharmacy. 

Edmund Randolph Peaslee, m. d., ll. d., Professor of Anatomy 
and Physiology, and Librarian. 

Edward S. Dunster, m. d. s Demonstrator of Anatomy. 

William Smith Leonard, m. d., Demonstrator of Pathological 
Anatomy . 

Frederick Chase, a. b., Assistant in Chemistry. 

The annual course of Medical Lectures begins the first week 
after Commencement, and continues fourteen weeks. 

The Sixty-Fourth Annual Course of Lectures commenced in 
August, 1860. Fees for the course, $50. Matriculation, 5. Grad- 
uating expenses, $18. 

ACADEMICAL FACULTY. 

Rev. Nathan Lord, d. d., President. 

Rev. Roswell Shurtleff, d. d., Professor Emeritus of Moral 
Philosophy and Political Economy. 

Alpheus Crosby, a. m., Professor Emeritus of the Greek Lan- 
guage and Literature. 

Rev. Henry Fairbanks, a. m., Appleton Professor of Natural 
Philosophy. 

Oliver Payson Hubbard, M. d., Hall Professor of Mineralogy 
and Geology, and Professor of Chemistry and Pharmacy. 

Rev. Clement Long, d. xk, Professor of Intellectual Philosophy 
and Political Economy. 

Rev. Samuel Oilman Brown, d. d., Evans Professor of Oratory 
and Belles-Lettres . 

Rev. Charles A. Aiken, a. m., Professor of Latin Language and 
Literature. 

Rev. Daniel James Noyes, x>. d., Phillips Professor of Theology. 

John Smith Woodman, a. m., Professor of Civil Engineering . 

Rev. John Newton Putnam, a. m., Professor of the Greek Lan- 
guage and Literature. 

James Willis Patterson, a. m., Professor of Astronomy. 

John Riley Varney, a. m., Professor of Mathematics. 

William A. Packard, a. m., Professor of Modern Languages. 

Samuel Augustus Duncan, a. m., Tutor in Languages. 

COMMENCEMENT. 

The Annual Commencement, last Thursday in July ; Anniver- 
sary of Societies on Wednesday, the day before Commencement. 
Examination for admission to College, on Tuesday of Commence- 
ment week. 

VACATIONS. 

The first, four weeks, beginning the day after Commencement 
The second, seven weeks, beginning in November. 
The third, two weeks, in May. 



LITERARY INSTITUTIONS. 135 

CHANDLER SCHOOL.. 

CHANDLER SCIENTIFIC FACULTY. 

The scientific course of study in this department is four years. 
Rev. Nathan Lord, d. d., President. 

Rev. Henry Fairbanks, a.m., Professor of Natural Philosophy, 
Oliver Pay son Hubbard, m. d., Professor of Mineralogy, Geolo- 
gy and Chemistry. 

Rev. Samuel Oilman Brown, d. d., Professor of Rhetoric. 
Rev. Daniel James Noyes, d. d., Professor of Moral Science. 
Edmund R. Peaslee, m. d., Professor of Physiology. 
John Smith Woodman, a. m., Professor of Civil Engineering. 
James Willis Patterson, a. m., Professor of Astronomy. 
John Riley Varney, a. m., Professor of Mathematics. 
William A. Packard, A. m. s Professor of Modern Languages. 

STUDENTS FOR 1860-61. 

Medical Students, 51; Seniors, 57; Juniors, 65; Sophomores, 
2; Freshmen, 81. Scientific School : First Class, 8; Second Class, 
5; Third Class, 12; Fourth Class, 7. Total, 368. 

METHODIST GENERAL BIBLICAL INSTITUTE. 

OFFICERS OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 

President— Lee Claflin, Esq. 
Vice-President — Hon. Elisha Harris. 
Secretary— Stephen M. Vail, d. d. • 

Treasurer— Rev. Elisha Adams. 

faculty. 

Rev. Bishop Osman C. Baker, d. d., President elect. 

Rev. Stephen M. Vail, d. d., Morrill Professor of BibUcal 
md Oriental Literature. 

Rev. J. W. Merrill, d. d., Professor of Natural and Historical 
Theology, and Mental and Moral Philosophy. 

Rev. i>. Patten, d. d., Professor of Revealed and Pastoral The- 
ology, and Sacred Rhetoric. 

The academical year begins on the second Wednesday in Sep- 
ember, and closes on the second Wednesday in June. 

The vacation commences the day following, and continues till 
he second Wednesday of September. 

The Libraries contain at this time about 4,000 volumes. 

Senior Class, 15; Middle Class, 36; Junior Class, 31. Whole 
number, 82. — 

NEW-HAMPSHIRE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. 

OFFICERS ELECTED FOR 1860-61. 

Joseph Dow, a.m., President. 
W. H. Y. Hackett, First Vice-President. 
Joseph B. Walker, Second Vice-President. 
Nathaniel Bouton, d. d., Corresponding Secretary . 
William F. Goodwin, ll. b., Recording Secretary. 
J. C. A. Wingate, Treasurer. 
William F. Goodwin, Librarian. 

Asa McFarland, Joseph B. Walker, E. E. Cummings, d. d. ? 
Standing Committee. 



136 



STATE INSTITUTIONS. 



NEW-HAMPSHIRE ASYLUM FOR THE INSANE, 

CONCORD. 

President— Charles Burroughs, d. d., Portsmouth. 

Trustees — Charles H. Peaslee, Charles Burroughs, Joseph B. 
Walker, Samuel Herbert, John A. Richardson, Timothy Haynes, 
John Preston, George B. Twitchell, John H. White, Jeremiah F! 
Hall, Edward Wyman, Woodbury Melcher. 

Secretary — Joseph B. Walker. 

Superintendent and Treasurer— Jesse P. Bancroft, M. d., Fel. 

Assistant — William W. Godding, m. d. 

Chaplain — Rev. J. H. Eames. 

His Excellency Ichabod Goodwin, the Honorable Council, the 
President of the Senate and Speaker of the House, are Board of 
Visitors, ex officio. 

Statistics taken from the Nineteenth Annual Report, 1859. The 
whole number of patients admitted since the opening of the insti- 
tution in 1842, to May 1, 1860, is 1,735. 

The number of patients received during the year ending May 1, 
1860, 85—47 males and 38 females; the whole number remaining, 
same date, 184. Number discharged, 83; number recovered, 38; 
partially recovered, 16; unimproved 12; died, 17. 

A farm of one hundred and twenty-one acres. A large portion of 
it is under a high state of cultivation. Its products for 1859 were, 
in value, $3,292,85. 



HOUSE OF REFORMATION FOR JUVENILE 
AND FEMALE OFFENDERS. 

LOCATED AT MANCHESTER. 

President— Horton D. Walker, Portsmouth. 
Trustees— Horton D. Walker; Benning W. Jenness, Strafford; 
William Kent, Concord; William P. Wheeler, Keene ; Nathan 
Parker, Manchester; Cyrus Eastman, Littleton; Thomas Pearson, 
Nashua. 

Treasurer— Frederick Smyth, Manchester. 
Secretary — Nathan Parker. 
Superintendent — Brooks Shattuck. 
Matron— Mrs. Mary Shattuck. 
From the Superintendent's third Annual Report the following 
statistics are collated : 

Boys. Girls. 
The number in the House April 30, 1859, 34 5 

The number committed since, 20 3 61 



STATE INSTITUTIONS. 137 

Remaining in the House, April 3, 1860, 41 : boys, 34 ; girls, 7. 
erms of commitment from one to five years, and a portion dur- 
ig minority. Offences: stealing, drunkenness, vagrancy, barn- 
urning, shop-breaking, &c. 

Ages when committed ranging from 8 to 16 years, giving the 
verage age .a fraction over 13 years. 

Instructions are given in all necessary and important branches 
f education, to make the inmates useful to themselves and fit 
lem for useful and worthy members of society. 
The estimated value of the productions of the farm for the year 
359, is $1,542.95. 

STATE PRISON. 

Warden— John Foss. 

Deputy— Moses F. Rogers. 

Chaplain— Rev . Samuel Cooke. 

Physician— Timothy Haynes, M. D. 

From the Warden's Annual Report for the year ending July 1. 
359, to June 1,1860: , 

The whole number of convicts committed since the opening of 
!ie institution, in 1812, is 1,129; number discharged, 555; number 
ardoned, 368; number removed to the Insane Asylum, 4; number 
ied, 64; number escaped, 15. 

The number committed during the year, 35; number remaining 
l prison June 1, 1860, 110. 

According to the Warden's Report there has been a net surplus 
ver and above the current expenditures, $3,261.90. This tells 
fell for the new Warden, and bids fair in his efficiency soon to 
efund to the State the appropriations recently made for re-build- 
ag a work-shop and making other necessary repairs. 

The new shop is built of brick, 156 feet long by 40 wide, two 
tones high; the lower story is filled with machinery for making 
edsteads from planks sawed the right thickness, and from which 
he work is all done by ingeniously constructed machines, driven 
iy steam power. The second story, the south part, is used for a 
hoe manufactory, and the north part for the finishing, staining 
nd varnishing the work done in the lower story. The steam en- 
line is placed in a part of the old shop, and adjoining is a wash- 
oom, and further on a tailor's shop ; in the wash-room, steam is 
ntroduced as a co-worker wherever and whenever it is found to 
e economy, and the work done more effectually, and with greater 
acility. 

Appraisers of the property of the prison for 1860 : 

David Sawyer, of Alton. 

Ephraim Weston, of Hancock. 

Morris Clark, of Whitefield. 



BANKS IN NEW-HAMPSHIRE. 



Bank Commissioners. 

Daniel P. Wheeler, Orford. 
Cyrus K. Sanborn, Rochester. 
George W. Pinkerton, Manchester. 

[The Clerk of each banking corporation, or some one of its offi- 
cers, would confer a favor (after their annual meeting), in for- 
warding a list of the officers, as chosen for the ensuing year, to 
the compiler of the BT. H. Register.] 

Ashueloi Bank, 
Keene. Capital, $100,000. 

President — William Dinsmoor. Cashier — T. H. Leverett. 

Directors— William Dinsmoor, Samuel Dinsmoor, Elijah Car- 
penter, Sumner Wheeler, George A. Wheelock, D. Biinum. 

Dividend, 1859, 7 per cent. 

Amoskeag Bank, 

Manchester. Incorporated 1848. Capital, $200,000. 

President — J. S. Kidder. Cashier — Moody Currier. 

Directors — J. S. Kidder, E. A. Straw, Mace Moulton,'Arnos G. 
Gale, Herman Foster, R. D. Mooers, Adam Chandler. 

Dividend, 1859, 8 per cent. 

Belknap County Bank, 

Laconia. Incorporated 1846. Capital, $80,000. 

President —Warren Lovell. Cashier— Napoleon B. Gale. 

Direc tors— Warren Lovell, S. W. Mead, J. P. Pitman, Andrew 
Mack, R. S. Webster, Benjamin Magoon. 

Dividend, 1859, 8 per cent., and an extra of 3 per cent. 

Bank of New-Hampshire, 

Portsmouth. Incorporated 1855. Capital, $150,000. 

President — Peter Jenness. Cashier — James P. Bartlett. 

Directors — Peter Jenness, Daniel Marcy, True M. Ball, Albert 
Blaisdell, E. P. Prescott, James N. Tarlton. 

Dividend, 1859, 6 per cent. 

Bank of Lebanon, 
Lebanon. Incorporated 1848. Capital, 100,000. 

President— Robert Kimball. Cashier— J. H. Kendrick. 

Directors— Robert Kimball, G. S. Kendrick, William S. Ela, 
Samuel Wood, 2d, Abner Allen, U. Amsden, Samuel Wood, Rob- 
ert B. Kimball. 

Dividend, 1859, 8 per cent. 



BANKS IN NEW-HAMPSHIRE. 139 

Cheshire Bank, 

eene. Incorporated 1843. Capital, $100,000. 

resident— Levi Chamberlain. Cashier— R. H. Porter. 

Directors— Levi Chamberlain, John Henry Elliott, John Elliott, 
Dhn W. Prentiss, Charles Lamson, Francis A. Faulkner, William 
. Wheeler. 
Dividend, 1859, 7£ per cent. 

Cheshire County Bank, 

eene. Incorporated 1855. Capital, 100,000. 

resident — Frederick Vose. Cashier — George W. Tilden. 

ttirectors — Frederick Vose, F. M. Ballou, William Haile, Law- 
u Robertson, Amos F. Fiske, John Bowker. 
Dividend, 1859, 3 per cent. 

Citizens' Bank, 

xnbornton. Incorporated 1853. Capital, $50,000. 

resident— Asa P. Gate. Cashier — William T. Cass. 

Directors— Asa P. Gate, Samuel Tilton, James Cochran, Wood- 
lry Melcher, John Keniston, E. Davis, Robert Gray. 
Dividend, 1859, 8 per 'cent. Discount day on Monday, weekly. 

Claremont Bank, 

laremont. Incorporated 1848. Capital, $100,000. 

resident— Ambrose Cossitt. Cashier— John L. Farwell. 

Directors— Ambrose Cossitt, Isaac F. Wetherbee, G. N. Far- 
ell, Thomas Sanford, Nathaniel Tolles, Alpheus F. Snow. 
Dividend, 1859, 8 per cent. 

Carroll County Bank, 
andwicli. Capital, $50,000. 

resident— M. H. Marston. Cashier — Stephen Beede. 

Directors— M. H. Marston, Nathaniel Hubbard, Thomas Burley, 
a A. Bean, William M. Weed, Ebenezer Wilkinson, Augustus 
lanchard. 
Dividend, 1859, 4 per cent. 

City Bank, 
anchester. Incorporated 1853. Capital, $150,000. 

resident — Isaac C. Flanders. Cashier— E. W. Harrington. 

Directors— Isaac C. Flanders, William C. Clarke. S. W. Par- 
>ns, A. G. Tucker, Joseph Kidder, William H. Hill, J. A. Haines. 
Dividend, 1859, 8 per cent. 

Cochecho Bank, 
over. Capital, $100,000. 

resident— Thomas Stackpole. Cashier — Ezekiel Hurd. 

Directors — T. Stackpole, William B. Wiggin, Joseph Morrill, 
. W. Rollins, T. E. Sawyer, James E. Lathrop, Joseph C. Hutch- 
is. 
Dividend, 1859, 8 per cent. 

Connecticut River Bank, 
harlestown. Incorporated 1844. Capital. $100,000. 

'resident— Hope Lathrop. Cashier — George Olcott 



140 BANKS IN NEW-HAMPSHIRE. 

Directors — Hope Lathrop, Ansel Glover, Robert Elwell, Ashbel 
Hamlin, J. Baker, John M. Glidden, E. L. Cushing. 
Dividend, 1859, 6 per cent. 

Derry Bank, 

Derry. Incorporated 1855. Capital, $60,000. 

President— John Ordway. , Cashier — David Currier. 

Directors — John Ordway, Benj. F. Eastman, Thomas J. Melvin; 
Aaron F. Stevens, Harvey P. Hood,Charles Chase, John W. Noyes. 

Dividend, 1859, 7 per cent. 

Dover Bank, 

Dover. Incorporated 1845. Capital, $100,000. 

President— Joseph H. Smith. Cashier — Thomas L. Smith. 

Directors— J. H. Smith, Oliver Wyatt, Daniel Bogle, Leonard 
S. Rand, S. M. Wheeler. 

Dividend, 1859, 8 per cent. 

Exeter Bank, 

This Bank is in the hands of a Commissioner. 
Charles H. Bell, Commissioner. 

Farmington Bank, 
Farmington. Incorporated 1854. Capital, $75,000. 

President — Hiram Barker. Cashier— John D. Lyman. 

Directors— Hiram Barker, Levi Pearl, R. K. Pearl, George N. 
Eastman, Isaac Merrill, Dudley Barker, J. H. Stevens. 

Dividend, 1859, 6£ per cent. 

Francestown Bank, 
Francestown. Capital, $60,000. 

President — Wm. Bixby. Cashier— Paul H. Bixby. 

Directors — Wm. Bixby, Mark Morse, Herbert Vose, Israel Batch- 
elder, H. P. Clark, T. B. Bradford, Joseph Kingsbury. 

Dividend, 1859, 8 per cent. 

Farmers' and Mechanics' Ban~k, 

Rochester. Incorporated 1856. Capital, $60,000. 

President—^. V. Whitehouse. Cashier— Enoch Whitehouse. 

Directors — N. V. Whitehouse, Enoch Whitehouse, Downing 
Varnev, Elihu H. Watso», John Legro, Paul A. Stackpole, George 
L. Whitehouse. 

Dividend, 1859, 7 per cent. 

Great Falls Bank, 

Somersworth. Incorporated 1846. Capital, $150,000. 

President— John A. Burleigh. Cashier — D. H. Buffum. 

Directors— J ohn A.Burleigh, Daniel G.Rollins, Nathaniel Wells, 
M. C. Burleigh, Wm. Bedell, D. M. Goodwin, Isaac Chandler. 

Dividend, 1859, 7 per cent. 

Granite State Bank, 
Exeter. Capital, $100,000.' 

President— Joseph T. Gilman. Cashier— -N. A. Shutej' 



BANKS IN NEW-HAMPSHIKE. 141 

Direc tors— Joseph T. Gilman, Charles Conner, William Odlin, 
Tm. W. Stickney, S. W. Dearborn, Abner Merrill, S. C. Buzell. 
Dividend, 1859, 7 per cent. 

Indian Head Bank, 

ashua. Capital, $150,000. 

resident— Wm. D. Beasom. Cashier— A. McKean. 

Directors — William D. Beasom, John H. Gage, Francis Winch, 
Dhn Read, E. G. Read, A. G. Read, Alexander McC. Wilkins. 
Dividend, 1859, 8 per cent. 

Langdon Bank, 

over. Incorporated 1854. Capital, $100,000. 

resident— Willis H. Esty. Cashier— Calvin Hale. 

.Directors— Willis H. Esty, Alpheus Rogers. Benj.Wiggin, Alfred 
oitt, James Littleiield, Wm. W. Meader, J.,D. Townsend. 
Dividend, 1859, 8 per cent. 

Lake Bank, 

r olfborough. Incorporated 1854. Capital, $75,000. 

resident— John M. Brackett. Cashier — Abel Haley. 

Directors— John M. Brackett, J. F. Hall, George Rust, Geo. W. 
ersey, Aaron Roberts, Wm. Walker, Blake Folsom. 
Dividend, 1859, 8 per cent. 

Manchester Bank, 

anchester. Incorporated 1844. Capital, $125,000. 

resident— James U. Parker. Cashier — Nathan Parker. 

Directors— James U, Parker, J. H. Maynard, David Gillis, D. A. 
unton, J. T. P. Hunt, Isaac Riddle, G. H. Kimball. 
Dividend, 1859, 8 per cent. 

Mechanicks Bank, 

oncord. Incorporated 1854. Capital, $100,000. 

resident — George Minot. Cashier — Charles Minot. 

Directors— George Minot, Joseph M. Harper, Seth Eastman, 
. M. Carpenter, Ezra Carter, Arthur Fletcher, Chas. H. Peaslee. 
Dividend. 1859, 8 per cent. 

Merrimack County Bank, 

oncord. Incorporated 1845. Capital, $80,000. 

resident— E. S. Towle. Cashier— J. C. A. Wingate. 

Directors— -E. S. Towle, Francis N. Fisk, Samuel Coffin, Richard 
radley, Joseph B. Walker. 
Dividend, 1859, 8 per cent. 

Mechanics' and Traders'' Bank, 

ortsmouth. Incorporated 1844. Capital, $141,000. 

resident— Richard Jenness. Cashier — Jas. F. Shores. 

Directors — Richard Jenness, Thomas J. Parsons, John Knowl* 
»n, Samuel Cleaves, Albert R. Hatch- 
Dividend, 1859, 8 per cent. 



142 BANKS IN NEW-HAMPSHIRE. 

Monadnock Bank, 

Jaffrey. Capital, $50,000. 

President— James Scott. Cashier— Peter Upton. 

Directors— J . Scott, Benj. Cutter, Arad Adams, Samuel Ryan. 
James L. Bolster, John Conant. 

Dividend, 1859, 6 per cent. 

Merrimack River Bank, 

Manchester. Incorporated 1855. Capital, $150,000- 

President — Waterman Smith. Cas/wer— Frederick Smyth- 

Directors — Waterman Smith, David Cross, William P. Newell, 
Phineas Adams, Joseph B. Clark. 

Dividend, 1859, 8 per cent. 

Nashua Bank, 

Nashua. Capital, $125,000. 

President — Isaac Spalding. Cashier — J ohn M. Hunt. 

Directors — Isaac Spalding, Z. Shattuck, James Pierce, Perley 
Dodge, C. C. Boutwell, Ebenezer Dearborn, Reuben Greeley. 

Dividend, 1859, 8 per cent. 

New-Ipswich Bank, 

New-Ipswich. Incorporated 1848. Capital, $100,000. 

President — J. Chandler. Cashier — George Barrett. 

Directors — J. W. Bliss, Moses Merriam, George W. Wheeler. 
George Whiting, George W. Wheeler, 2d, Nathan Stone. 

Dividend, 1859, 7 per cent. 

Newmarket Bank, 

Newmarket. Incorporated 1855. Capital, $60,000. 

President— Joseph S. Lawrence. Cashier — S A. Haley. 

Directors— Joseph S. Lawrence, Samuel P. Dow, Joseph Cilley, 
John S. Bennett, William B. Small, J. Mooney, J. C. Burley. 

Dividend, 1859, 7 per cent. 

Pawtuckaway Bank, 

Epping. Incorporated 1854. Capital, $50,000. 

President— J. 11. Pearson. Cashier — Charles W. Sargent. 

Directors — J. H. Pearson, N. Batchelder, James H.Butler, Geo. 
Clough, Joshua Brooks, George A. Pillsbury, Paltiah Brown. 

Dividend, 1859, 8 per cent. 

Plttsfield Bank, 

Pittsfield. Capital, $50,000. 

President— James Drake. Cashier— Josiah Carpenter. 

Directors— James Drake, S. M. D. Perkins, Benj. Emerson, C. H. 
Carpenter, Seth S. Shackford, W. W. Proctor, Isaiah Berry. 

Dividend, 1859, 6 per cent. 

Peterborough Bank, 

Peterborough. Incorporated 1854. Capital, $50,000 

President— A. C. Cochran. Cashier— C. G. Cheney 



BANKS IN NEW-HAMPSHIRE. 143 

Directors — A. C. Cochran, F. Livingston, Wm. Follansbee. 
lamuel Edes, Abiel Sawyer, Levi Woodbury, Timothy K. Ames. 
Dividend, 1859, 8 per cent. 

Piscataqua Exchange Bank, 

•ortsmouth. Incorporated 1845. Capital, $200,000. 

^resident— W . H. Y. Hackett. Cas/wer— Samuel Lord. 

Directors— W. H. Y. Hackett, Ichabod Goodwin, W. M. Shack- 
3rd, Wm. Stavers, C. S. Toppan. Teller— John M. Lord. 

Dividend, 1859, 6 per cent. 

Pennichuck Bank, 

rashua. Incorporated 1855. Capital, $100,000. 

^resident— Aaron W. Sawyer. Cashier— Harrison Hobson. 

Directors — Aaron W. Sawyer, Israel Hunt, Henry J. Chapman, 
,. P. Hughes, Alfred Greeley, C. H. Campbell, Charles P. Gage. 

Dividend, 1859, 8 per cent. 

Pine River Bank, 

>ssipee. Incorporated 1856. Capital, $50,000. 

^resident — Luther D. Sawyer. Cashier — Wm. Sawyer, Jr. 

Directors— L. D. Sawyer, W. L. Young, Amasa Copp, Isaac 
hurston, Nathaniel Grant, Sanborn B. Carter, John Caney. 

Dividend, 1859, 6 per cent. 

Rochester Bank, 

Rochester. Incorporated 1853. Capital, $80,000. 

^resident — John McDuffee. Cashiei — F. McDuffee. 

Directors — John McDuffee, Charles Dennett, D. Hanson, Jas. C. 
lole, Enoch Whitehouse, Watson Hayes, E. J. Mathes. 

Dividend, 1859, 7 per cent. 

Rockingham Bank, 

'ortsmouth. Capital, $200,000. 

Resident— J. M. Tredick. Cashier — John J. Pickering, 

Directors — J. M. Tredick, E. F. Sise, Wm. P. Jones, George W. 
laven, M. H. Wentworth. 

Dividend, 1859, 7£ per cent. 

Salmon Falls Bank, 

lollinsford. Capital, $50,000 

'resident— Hiram R. Roberts. Cashier— Wm. H. Morton. 

Directors— H. R. Roberts, Ebenezer R. Doe, Oliver H. Lord, 
Jeorge W. Roberts, Abram G. Haley, Humphrey S. Watson, 
oshua Converse. 

Dividend, 1859, 8 per cent. 

State Capital Bank, 

Concord. Incorporated 1852. Capital, $150,000. 

^resident— Hall Roberts. Cashier— -Preston S. Smith. 

Directors— Hall Roberts, Abraham Bean, Robert N. Corning, 
Lbenezer Symmes, J. V. Barron, James Peverly. 

Dividend, 1859, 8 per cent. 



144 BANKS IN" NEW-HAMPSHIRE. 

Strafford Bank, 

Dover. Incorporated 1846. Capital, $120,000. 

President — William Woodman. Cashier — Asa A. Tufts. 

Directors — William Woodman, Moses Paul, Daniel M. Christie, 
Charles Woodman, E. D. Chamberlain, William S. Stevens. 

Dividend, 1859, 8 per cent. 

Souhegan Bank, 

Milford. Incorporated 1855. Capital, $100,000. 

President— Thomas Chase, Nashua. Cashier— Gilbert Wadleigh. 

Directors — Thomas Chase, Leonard Chase, Jacob Gove, Robert 
Howerson, Charles H. Nutt, James Boyd, Frederick T. Sawyer. 

Dividend, 1859, 8 per cent. 

Sugar River Bank, 

Newport. Incorporated 1852. Capital, $50,000. 

President — Thomas W. Gilmore. Cashier — Paul J. Wheeler. 

Directors— Thomas W. Gilmore, Amasa Hall, H. G. Carleton, 
Oliver Booth, Daniel J. Warner, Edward Wheeler, Horace Met- 
calf. 

Dividend. 1859, 8 per cent. 

Somersworth Bank, 

Somersworth. Incorporated 1855. Capital, $100,000. 

, President— Oliver H. Lord. Cashier— John A. Burleigh, Jr. 

Directors — Oliver H. Lord, Samuel S. Rollins, George W. 
Wendell, O. W. Davis, S. N. Dame, Stephen S. Chick, E. A. Rol- 
lins. 

Dividend, 1859, 7 per cent. 

Union Bank, 

Concord. Incorporated 1856. Capital, $100,000. 

President — George B. Chandler. Cashier — A. C. Pierce. 

Directors— George B. Chandler, Nathaniel White, Woodbridge 
Odlin, Peter Sanborn, Calvin Howe, Onslow Stearns, J. R. Wood- 
man. 

Dividend, 1859, 9 per cent, 

Weare Bank, 

Hampton Falls. Incorporated 1854. Capital $50,000. 

President— George H. Dodge. Cashier— Thomas L. Sanborn. 

Directors— G. H. Dodge, Thayer S. Sanborn, James Locke, 
Wells W. Healy, Jacob T. Brown, Warren Brown. 

Warner Bank, 
Warner. , Capital, $50,000. 

President— J &son H. Ames. Cashier— George Jones. 

Directors— Jason H. Ames, Franklin Simonds, Ira Harvey, 
J. M. Wilmarth, Abner Woodman, John Brown, Abner B. Kelly. 

Dividend, 1859, 9 per cent. 



SAYINGS BANKS. 145 

Winchester Bank, 

inchester- Incorporated 1847. Capital, $100,000. 

-esident — Henry Kingman. Cashier — Obadiah Sprague. 

Directors— II. Kingman, Alfred Willis, Everson Cook, Stephen 
Randall, P. S. Batcheller, John Burbank, D. A. Hawkins. 
Dividend, 1859, 6 per cent. 

White Mountain Bank, 

mcaster. Capital, $50,000. 

-esident — Jared W. Williams. Cashier— G. C. Williams. 

Directors— J. W. Williams, Barton G. Towne, James W. Weeks, 
C. Spaulding, Oliver B. Howe, William Burns. 
Dividend, 1859, 8 per cent. 



SAVINGS BANKS. 



Ashuelot Savings Bank, Winchester. 

"esident — Everson Cook. Setfy and Treas. — John Cook, Jr. 

Means, $16,284.04; surplus, $362.49. 
Dividend, 1859, 5 per cent. 

Amoskeag Savings Bank, Manchester. 

resident— Mace Moulton. Se&y and Treas.— Moody Currier. 
Means, $899,148.42; surplus, $17,755.40. 
Dividend, 1859, 6 per cent. 

Carroll County Five Cents Savings Bank. 

[Office at Wolfborough.] 
resident— George Rust. Sec'y and Treas.— John M. Brackett. 
Means, $14,548.15 ; surplus, $107.44. 
Dividend, 1859, 5 per cent. 

City Savings Bank, Manchester. 

[Commenced business August, 1859.] 
seph Kidder. Tre 

Means, $22,841.49; surplus, $391.87. 

Concord Savings Bank. 

resident— Ira A. Eastman. Se&y and Treas.— Charles Minot. 
Means, $37,385.58 ; surplus, $912.92. 
Dividend, 1859, 5 percent. 

Cheshire Provident Institution for Savings, Keene. 

resident — Levi Chamberlain. Setfy and Treas. — George TildeD. 
Means, $710,146.03; surplus, $9,707. 

Dividend, 1859, 5 per cent., and of surplus once in five years. 
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resident— Joseph Kidder. Treasurer — E. W. Harrington. 



146 SAVINGS BANKS. 

Connecticut River Savings Bank, Charlestown. 

President— Samuel Webber. Sec'y and Treas — George Olcott 
Means, $140,288.33; surplus, $3,600. 
Dividend, 5 per cent., and an extra of surplus for five years, oJ 

$2,900. 

Dover Five Cents Savings Bank, Dover. 

President — Willis H. Esty. Treasurer — Calvin Hale 

Means, $90,369.85; surplus, $2,738.74. 
Dividend, 1859, 5 per cent. 

Exeter Savings Bank. 

President — Woodbridge Odlin. Treasurer — Nathaniel A. Shute 

Means, $77,066.22: surplus, $3,516.39. 

Dividend, 1859, 5 per cent. An extra dividend of 2 per cent, pei 
annum, for the last four years. 

Manchester Savings Bank, Manchester. 

President — W. P. Newell. Sec'y and Treasurer— Nathan Parker 
Means, $319,284.63; surplus, $9,384.41. 
Dividend, 1859, 5 per cent. 

Manchester Five Cents Savings Bank, Manchester. 

[Commenced business August, 1858.] 
President — Waterman Smith. Treasurer— Frederick Smytli 

Means, $54,337.35; surplus, $1,672.99. 
Dividend, 1859, 6 per cent. 

Meredith Bridge Savings Bank, Laconia. 

President — John L. Perley. Sec">y and Treasurer 

Means, $163,287.05; surplus, $3,026. 

Dividend, 1859, 5 per cent., and of surplus once in five years. 

Milford Five Cents Savings Institution. 

[Commenced business August, 1859.] 
President — Daniel Russell. Treasurer — Hiram A. Daniel 

Means, $10,278.86; surplus, $61.56. 
Dividend, February, 1860, rate of 5 per cent. 

Nashua Savings Bank, Nashua. 

President— Edward Spaulding. Treasurer — A. P. Hughe 

Means, $157,000.12; surplus, $1,438.36. 

Dividend, 1859, 5 per cent., and an extra, October, of $3,369.' 
of surplus for live years. 

New- Hampshire Savings Bank, Concord. 

President— Samuel Coffin. Treasurer— James Moulton, J 

Means, $448,428.30; surplus, $51,431.78; doubtful debts, $8,50 

estimated surplus, $42,931.78. 

Newmarket Savings Bank, Newmarket. 

President— G. W. Kittredge. Treasurer — David Murra 

Means, $31,916.93; surplus, $680.80. 
Dividend, 1859, 5 per cent., and of surplus once in five years. 



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New-Ipswich Savings Bank, New-Ipswich, 
resident— Jeremiah Smith. Treasurer— John Preston. 

Means, $67,602.36 ; surplus, $963.38 
Dividend, 1859, 5 per cent., and of surplus once in five years. 

Norway Plains Savings Bank, Rochester. 

resident— Charles Dennett. Sec'y and Treasurer— J. McDuffie. 

Means, $151,770.98; surplus, $5,162.35. 

Dividend, 1859, 5 per cent., and of surplus once in five years. 

Peterborough Savings Bank. 

[Commenced business September, 1859.] 
resident— John H. Steele. Treasurer— George A. RamsdelL 

Dividend, January, 1860, rate of 5 per cent. 

Portsmouth Savings Bank, Portsmouth. 

resident— Wm, M. Shackford. Treasurer— Samuel Lord. 

Clerk- J. M. Lord. 
Means, $1,041,003.38; surplus, $23,949.92. 
Dividend annually, 4 per cent., and of surplus once in 5 years. 

Pittsiield Savings Bank, Pittsfield. 

resident— J ohn Berry. Treasurer and Serfy — Lowell Brown. 

Means, $13,430,06 ; surplus, $412.96. 

Dividend, 1859, 4 per cent., and of surplus once in five years, 

Rollinsford Savings Bank, Rollinsford. 

resident— H. R. Roberts. Setfy and Treasurer— Wm. H. Morton. 
Means, $158,514.26; surplus, $12,757.20. 
Dividend, 1859, 5 per cent. 

Savings Bank for the County of Strafford. 

[Office at the Strafford Bank, Dover.] 

resident -. Treasurer— William Woodman. 

Means, $523,533.14; surplus, $43,411.66, 
Dividend, 1859, 5 per cent. 

Somersworth Savings Bank, Somersworth. 

resident — » — — . Sechj and Treasurer — D. H. BuffuEou 

Means, $169,765.49; surplus, $5,130.19. 

Dividend, 1859, 5 per cent., and of surplus once in five years. 

Sullivan Savings Institution, Claremont. 

resident— AlbroBlodgett. Sec'y and Treasurer — JohnL.Farwelh 

Means, $176,213.44; surplus, $8,276.90. 

Dividend, 1859, 5 per cent., and of surplus once in five years. 

Walpole Savings Bank, Walpole. 

resident— David Buffum. Setfy and Treasurer — Benj. T. Aldrich* 

Means, $58,188.52; surplus, $1,860.52. 

Dividend, 1859, 5 per cent., and of surplus once in five years, 



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INSURANCE COMPANIES. 



Insurance Commissioners. 

Oliver C. Fisher, Henniker. 
Otis F. R. Waite, Claremont. 
Benjamin M. Colby, Sanbornton. 

Atlantic M. F. I. Company, Exeter. 

President- . Secretary— Wm. P. Moulton. 

Treasurer— Joseph C. Hilliard. 

Amoskeag M. F. I. Company, Manchester. 

[Incorporated in 1858.] 
President— Isaac Riddle. Sec'y and Treasurer— E. T. Stevens. 

Ashuelot M. F. I. Company, Keene. 

President— Wm. Dinsmoor. Secretary— Edward Farrar. 

Treasurer — Sumner Wheeler. 

Belknap County M. F. I. Company, Laconia. 

President— Richard Gove, Gilford. Secretary— E. A. Hibbard. 
Treasurer — John C. Moulton. 

Carroll County M. F. I. Company, Sandwich. 

President— Darnel G. Beede. Sec. and Treas.— C. C. Fellows. 

Cheshire County M. F. I. Company, Keene. 

President— Larkin Baker. Secretary— Leonard Bisco, Keene. 

Treasurer — Frederick Vose, Walpole. 

Cochecho M. F. I. Company, Dover. 

PresH— Charles W. Woodman. Sec. and Treas.—W. T. Prescott 

Equitable M. F. L Company, Concord. 

President— Caleb Parker. Secretary— M. Gilmore. 

Treasurer— Robert C. Osgood. 

Farmers'' and Mechanics' M. F. I. Company, Epping. 

President — Joseph C. Plumer. Sec. and Treas. — Abram Plumer 

Farmers' 1 M. F. I. Company, Gilmanton. 

President —John K. Woodman. Secretary — Josiah J. Bean 

Treasurer— Alfred Prescott. 

Farmington M. F. I. Company, Farmington. 

PresH— Geo. M. Herring. Sec. and Treas.— Josiah B. Edgerly 



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Granite M. F. I. Company, Boscawen. 

"esident— K. Fellows. Secretary— &. B. Little. 

Treasurer — H. Fellows. • 

Great Falls M. F. I. Company, Somersworth. 

Insure property under four classifications, each class liable for 
own losses. 
res. — Ichabod G. Jordan. Sec. and Treas. . 

Hand in Hand Mutual Insurance Company. 

Located at Laconia. Incorporated in 1858, and was organized 
.nuary, 1860. 

"esident . Secretary — Wm. L. Avery. 

< Treasurer — A. G. Folsom. Actuary— Charles Lane. 
This company insures on the life of persons, and are empowered 
insure against losses by fire ; also, have power granted them to 
irchase and sell annuitiqs, dependent upon the life or lives of 
dividuals. 

Hillsborough County M. F. I. Company, Amherst. 

resident— F. P. Fitch. Sec. and Treas.— David Russell. 

Lake Insurance Company, Alton. 

resident— Henry Hurd. Sec. and Treas.— Smith Emerson. 

Manchester M. F. I. Company, Manchester. 

resident— John S. Elliott. Sec. and Treas.— J. D. Lyford. 

Nashua M. F. I. Company, Nashua. 

resident— Josephus Baldwin. Sec. and Treas.— D. F. Whittle. 

Portsmouth M. F. I. Company. 

resident— John Knowlton. Sec. avid Treas.— Wm.. L. Dwight. 

Rockingham M. F. I. Company, Exeter. 

resident— ■ . Secretary— Wm. P. Moulton. 

Treasurer— Joseph C. Milliard. 

Rochester Mutual F. I. Company. 

Incorporated in 1858. 
res.— Ebenezer J. Mathes. Sec. avid Treas.— Enoch Whitehouse. 

Rockingham Farmers' 1 M. F. I. Company, Exeter. 

esident— Wm. Conner. Sec. and Treas.— Charles E. Lane. 

Union M. F. I. Company, Concord. 

*esident— Thomas P. Treadwell. Sec. and Treas.— J. E. Lang. 



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RAILROADS IN NEW-HAMPSHIRE. 



Railroad Commissioners. 

Archibald H. Dunlap, Nashua. 
Merrill C. Forist, Berlin. 
Jeremiah C. Tilton, Sanbornton. 
John Preston, New-Ipswich, of Peterborough Railroad. 
Willis H. Esty, Dover, of Boston Sf Maine Railroad. 
Commissioners under a resolve of the Legislature relating to 
the Atlantic and St. Lawrence Railroad : 

William H. Y. Hackett, Portsmouth. 
Thomas L. Tullock, Concord. 
Paul J. Wheeler, Newport. 

Ashuelot Railroad. 

Length of road, about 24 miles; running from Keene to South- 
Vernon, Vt. The road is leased to the Connecticut River Rail- 
road, of Massachusetts, with an annual rent of about 6 per cent, 
on the cost. 

Atlantic § St. Lawrence Railroad. 

Length of road, 149 miles; running from Portland, Maine, to 
Island Pond, in Vermont. Length of road in New-Hampshire, 
54 miles. This road is leased to the Grand Trunk Railway Com- 
pany, of Canada. The rental is at 6 per cent. Gross receipts for 
one year, ending December 31, 1859, $607,115.15. 

Boston and Maine Railroad. 

Length of road, 76 miles (42 in New-Hampshire); running from 
Boston, via, Exeter and Dover, and unites, a little below Ports- 
mouth, with Portsmouth. Saco and Portland road. Net earn- 
ings for one year, ending December, 1859, were $394,475.39. Divi- 
dend, 8 per cent. 

President — Francis Cogswell, Andover, Mass. 

Directors — James H. Duncan, George W. Kittredge, Daniel M. 
Christie, Peter T. Homer, Henry Saltonstall, Israel M. Spellman. 

Treasurer — H. B. Wilbur. 

Superintendent — William Merritt. 

Boston, Concord and Montreal Railroad. 

Length of road, 92£ miles ; running from Concord, N. H., to 
Wells River, Vt. Net income for one year ending March 31, 1860, 
$253,626.53. 

President — John E. Lyon, Boston. 

Directors — John E. Lyon, Alexander H. Tilton, John L. Rix.f 
Joseph P. Pitman, Holmes Hinkley, John A. Parks. 

Treasurer — George Minot, Concord. 

Superintendent — Joseph A. Dodge, Plymouth. 



RAILROADS IN NEW-HAMPSHIRE. 151 

Cheshire Railroad* 

Length of road, 53 £ miles; running from Fitchburg, Mass., to 
Hows Falls, and forming a link in a road from Boston to Mon- 
al. Net earnings for one year, ending November 30, 1859, 
1,576,28. 

Cochecho Railroad. 

Length of road, 28 miles; running from Dover to Alton Bay. 
.t earnings for one year, ending November 30, 1859, $22,316.14. 

Concord Railroad. 

Length of road, 34£ miles. Net earnings for one year, ending 

irch 31, I860, $225,027.02. Dividend, 9 per cent 

President— Nathaniel G. Upham. 

Directors— IS . G. Upham, Isaac Spalding, Josiah Stickney, Uriel 

ocker, Charles H. Peaslee, Francis C. Manning, John §, Kid- 

r. 

Treasurer— -N. P. Lovering. 

Hlerk — John H. George. 

Superintendent— Joseph A. Gilmore, Concord. 

Concord and Portsmouth Railroad. 

rhis corporation was organized by the bond-holders of the 
irtsmouth and Concord liailroad, which became the purchaser 
that road at the sale thereof by the trustees, September 1, 1857. 
mgth, 47 miles; from Concord to Portsmouth. This road is 
w leased to the Concord, and is operated by that corporation, 
jntal $15,500, annual. 
President — Stephen Kenrick, Franklin. 

Directors— Stephen Kenrick, Charles L. Frost. S. Plumer Dow, 
iseph Blake. 

Treasurer — Thomas D. Bayley, Portsmouth. 
Clerk— Brackett Hutchings. 

Contoocook River Railroad, 

Length of road, 14|- miles; running from Contoocookville 
tiere it connects with the Concord and Claremont, to Hillsbo- 
ugh Bridge. Balance of expenditures against earnings for one 
ar, ending March 31, 1860, $2,614.91. 

Eastern Railroad. 

Length of road, 54 miles (16£ in New-Hampshire); running 
)m Boston to Portsmouth. Net earnings for one year, ending 
)vember 30, 1859, $325,805.23. 

Great Falls and Conway Railroad, 

Length of road completed, 26 miles. Net income for one year 
ding September 1, 1859, $16,460.40. 
President— Oliver Hill. • 

Directors— Oliver Hill, John Smith, Asa Beacham, Thomas M. 
entworth, Isaac Chandler, Owen Davis, Charles Demeritt. 
Treasurer and Superintendent — Albert A. Perkins. 



152 RAILROADS IN NEW-HAMPSHIRE. 

Manchester and Lawrence Railroad. 

Length of road, 24 miles ; running from Manchester to Law- 
rence, Mass. Since December, 1856, this road has been operated 
in connection with the Concord. Net earnings for one year, end- 
ing March 31, 1860, $90,010.81. Dividend, 8 per cent. 

President — N. G. Upham. 

Directors — N. G. Upham, E. J. M. Hale, D. A. Bimton, John 
Flint, N. G. White, Charles Conner. 

Treasurer — D. J. Daniels. 

Clerk — William C. Clarke, Manchester. 

Manchester and North Weare Railroad. 

The original name of this road was "N. H. Central Railroad,' : 
and which was sold at auction June, 1859, and a new company 
formed. This road is 19 miles long. The road is operated by the 
Concord. 

Merrimack and Connecticut Rivers Railroad. 

First incorporated in 1848, under the title of Concord and Clare- 
mont Railroad. Length of road completed, to Bradford, 29f miles. 
Net earnings for one year, ending March 31, I860, $16,089.06. 

Neiv-Hampshire Central Railroad. 

Running from Manchester to Henniker, 25J miles. This road is 
also incorporated with the Merrimack and" Connecticut Rivers 
Railroad, and operated by the Northern Road. 

Northern Railroad. 

Length of road, 69 miles; running from Concord to West Leba- 
non. Whole cost, including Bristol Branch, (length, 12| miles 
$3,068,400. Net earnings for one year, ending March 3"1, r nn 
$152,527.26. Dividend, 4 per cent. 

President and Agent — Onslow Stearns, Concord. 

Directors — Onslow Stearns, John A. Burnham, George W 
Nesmith, Uriel Crocker, Josiah Minot, Joseph W. Clark, Georgi 
A. Kettell. 

Treasurer— George A. Kettell, Boston. 

Cleric— William L. Foster, Concord. 

Nashua and Lowell Railroad. 

Length of road, 15 miles; continuation of Concord to Lowell 
Dividend for the year ending March 31, 1859, 8 per cent. 

President — Francis B. Crownin shield. 

Directors— Francis B. Crowninshield, William Amory, D. S 
Richardson, Edward Spalding, Onslow Stearns. 

Treasurer — William P. Ainsworth. 

Clerk— George Bowers. 

The Nashua and Lowell, and Wilton Roads, N. H., and Boston 
and Lowell, and Stony Brook, Mass., are operated under on| 
management. 

Manager— George Stark, Nashua. 

Superintendent— John B. Winslow. 



RAILROADS IN NEW-HAMPSHIRE. 153 

Peterborough and Shirley Railroad. 

Incorporated 1846 ; road running from Peterborough to Groton 
motion, Mass. Amount expended in constructing the road, 
245,642.72. Through the power of an act passed by the Legisla- 
te. June, 1859, the Directors of this corporation sold all their 
ght, title and interest to a company in Massachusetts for $67,700, 
lis being the amount of bonds secured by mortgage on the same, 
is now conducted by said company. 

Sullivan Railroad. 

Incorporated 1846. Length of road, 24J miles; running from 
ellows Falls to Windsor, Vt. This road 3s in the hands of trus- 
ses. Net income for one year, ending April 30, 1859, $16,965.84. 

Worcester and Nashua Railroad. 

Incorporated 1844. Length of road, 45| miles, 6£ of which are 
i New-Hampshire. Net income for one year, ending April 30, 
160, $86,649.30. Dividend, 4 per cent. 

Wilton Railroad. 

Length of road, 15£ miles. This road is operated by the Nashua 
ad Lowell Company. Dividend, 6 per cent. 

White Mountains Railroad. 

Length of road, 20 miles; running from Wells Biver to Little- 
m. This road was sold, November, 1858, for the benefit of cred- 
ors; and the purchasers organized under the name of the White 
[ountains (N. H.) Railroad, and have leased the road to the 
oston, Concord and Montreal Corporation for five years, at a 
early rent of $10,000, payable in monthly installments. 

OFFICERS OF THE WHITE MOUNTAINS (N. H.) RAILROAD. 

President— B. T. Reed, Boston. 

Directors— R. T, Reed, Boston; E. J. M. Hale, Haverhill, Mass. ; 
eorge Minot, Concord; Frank J. Eastman and Cephas Brackett, 
ittleton. 
Treasurer— Charles Minot, Concord. 



154 



POST-OFFICES AKD FOST-MASTEKS 
IN NEW-HAMPSHIKE. 



Acworth, ■ 

. . South, J. F. Richardson 
Alexandria, William P. Ballou 
Allenstown, B. F. Kendall 
Alstead, Leonard O. Shepard 

. . New, James F. Isham 

.. Paper-Mill Village, J. F. 
Weaver 
Alton, Jeremiah Jones 

. . West, W. G. C. Emerson 
Amherst, Nathaniel H. George 
Andover, John Proctor 

. . East, Clark Durgin 

.. West, G. S. Clement 
Antrim, Charles McKean 

. . North Branch, A. Fairfield 
Atkinson, Charles Fernald 

. . Depot, Jacob Ewing 
Auburn, A. G. Willey 
Barnstead, Cyrus W. Blanchard 

.. North, S. F. Webster 

. . Center, D. Bickford 
Barrington, Benjamin Odion 
Bartlett, Isaac Meserve 

. . Lower, J. Pitman, jr. 
Bath, David G. A. Foster 
Bedford, Daniel Barnard 
Bennington, G. A. Whittemore 
Benton, Amos Whitcher 
Berlin, — 

. . Falls, A. A. Knight 
Bethlehem, Charles E. Bunker 
Boscawen, E. K. Webster 

. . West, G. W. Stevens 
Bow, J. T. Morgan 
Bradford, Hiram Blanchard 
Brentwood, Frederick Robinson 
Bridgewater, J. H. Johnson 
Bristol, O. F. Fowler 
Brookfield, Charles Colman 
Brookline,S. S. Kendall 
Campton, William Clark 

. . Village, B. F. Cutter 

. . West, T. J. Sanborn 
Canaan, E. Cobb, 

. . East, Darius Barnard 

.. West, L. C. Pattee 
Candia, Smith 

. . Village, P. W. Sanborn 



Canterbury, T. L. Whidden 
. . Shaker Village T S. Morrill 

Carroll, Jonas Howe 

Center-Harbor, John Coe 

Charlestown, H. Hubbard 
. . North, T. Whipple 
. . South, R. Robertson 

Chester, Thomas J. Hazelton 
. . East, Robert Shirley 

Chesterfield, W. R. Platts 
. . Factory, Samuel Burt 

Chichester, John Langley 
. . North, J. B. Chesley 

Claremont, Wm. M. Ladd 
. . West, Leonard Gilmore 

Clarksville, E. K. Young 

Colebrook, Alonzo Eastman 

Columbia, R. D. Atherton 

Concord, Benjamin Grover 
. . West, T. J. Carpenter 
. . Mast- Yard, J. F. Runnels 
. . East, John M. Dearborn 
. . Fisherville, John Ellsworth 

Conway, H. D. Eastman 
. . North, N. R. Mason 
. . Center, L. S. Morton 

Cornish, 

. . Flat, Orlando Powers 

Croydon, D. W. Frye 
. . Flat, D. D. Marsh 

Dalton, Daniel Ewins 

Danbury, I. S. Johnson 
. . South, Luke Converse 

Danville, Enos Tewksbury 

Deerfield, E. F. Stevens, jr. 
.. South, F. J. White 
. . Center, John French 

Deering, William T. Wilkin^ 

Derry, Ithamar Hubbard 

Dorchester, B. R. Norris 
. . North, W. Robbing 

Dover, Patrick H. Burns 

Dublin, Asa Heald 
. . Pottersville, J. Fitch 

Dunbarton, Moses Perley 
. . North, G. Page 

Durham, J. W. Coe 

Eaton, E. Baker 

East-Kingston, E. W. Philbric I 



POST-MASTERS. 



155 



Bingham, Robert C. Huntress 
. . Falls, Hiram Davis 
llsworth, W. M. Straw 
afield, A. Conant 
.. Center, Mark Purmort 
. . West, Timothy Kidder 
pping, James L. Rundlett 
psom, John Wallace 
rrol, James F. Bragg 
xeter, Daniel Melcher 
armington, James E. Fernald 
itzwilliam, Silas Cummings 
rancestown, Herbert Vose 
ranconia, E. B. Parker 
.. Profile, R. Taft 
ranklin, David Gilchrist 
reedom, A. M. Davis 
remont, Isaiah L. Robinson 

ilford, 

. . Village, John H. Sleeper 
. . Lake Village, John Blais- 

dell, jr. 
ilmanton, Alfred Prescott 

. . Lower, James M. Oilman 
. . Iron Works, Chas. Dock- 
ham 
ilsum, Davis H. Wilson 
offstown, Philo H. Pattee 
. ; Center, E. R. Poor 
orham, J. R. Hitchcock 
oshen, S. P. Cooper 

. . Mill Village,Dexter Dodge 
rrafton, Cyrus Hale 

. . Center, Horace Barney 
rantham, Oliver B. Buswell 

. . North, Henry Alexander 
reenfield, J. Stephenson 
reenland, George E. Brackett 

. . Depot, James B. Rand 
roton, B. G. Jewell 

. . North, Otis C. Hall 
[ampton, John A. Towle 
[ampstead, J. C. Eastman 
[ampton-Falls, J. W. Greene 
lancock, John Whitcomb 
lanover, Samuel W. Cobb 

. . Center, Loren Kenne 
laverhill, H. W. Reding 

. . East, Mies Doty 

. . North, N. M. Swazey 

. . Center, James Glazier 

. . Woodville : 
lebron, D. Hazelton 
ienniker, John W. Morse 

. . West, Iairi Woods 
iill, I. T. Parker 



Hillsborough, Benjamin Tuttle 

. . Center, B. Priest 

. . Bridge, Ephraim Dutton 
Hinsdale, F. Boyden 
Holderness, A. B. Shepard 
Hollis, D. W. Sawtelle 
Hooksett, W. B. Jones 

. . Rowe's Corner, F. H. Wat- 
son 
Hopkinton, Dyer H. Sanborn 

. . Contoocookville, Isaac D. 
Merrill 

. . West, Sargent 

Hudson, George W. Hills 
Jackson, O. P. Meserve 
Jaffrey, Ethan Cutter 

. . East, Alonzo Bascom 
Jefferson, P. C. Plaisted 
Keene, Joshua D. Colony 
Kensington, Ferdinand L. Blake 
Kingston, Albert Brown 

. . South, G. Webster 
Lancaster, James A. Smith 
Laconia, John C. Moulton 

. . Weirs, William Wilcomb 
Landaff, R. H. Noyes 

. . East, W. L. Shattuck 
Langdon, R. Shumway 
Lebanon, Calvin Benton 

. . East, C. Plaistridge 

. : West, J. D. Hosley 
Lee, Thomas B. Hall 

Wadley Falls, Charles H. Tut 
tie 
Lempster, L. Miller 

. . East, Sumner Eaton 
Lincoln, Simon Tuttle 
Lisbon, S. H. Cummings 

. . Sugar Hill, Wm. Taylor 
Littleton, F. J. Eastman, 

. . North, Josiah Smith 
Londonderry, A. Plummer 

. . North, Mrs. White 
Loudon, Nathaniel Shannon 

. . Center, Ira Osgood 

. . Ridge, N. D. Clough 
Lyman, Charles Parker 
LymefD. C. Churchill, jr. 
Lyndeborough, Wm. J. Herrick 

. . South, J. H. Tarbell 

. . North, John H. Goodrich 
Madison, R. H. Morey 

. . East, Moses Varney 
Manchester, T. P. Pierce 

. . Amoskeag, Joseph Jones 
Marlow, Edmund Jones 



156 



POST-MASTERS. 



Marlboro', Elisha O. Woodward 

. . Depot, Sidney Moors 
Mason : 

. . Center, G. W. Scripture 

. . Village, James Taft 
Meredith : 

. . Village, Charles Prescott 

. . Center, Peter Severance 
Merrimack : 

. . Reed's Ferry ,M. P. Mchols 

. . South, H. Ball 

. . Thornton's Ferry, 
Middleton, F. H. Hamilton 
Milan, Amos Wheeler 

. . West, Ezra Horn 
Milford, S. S. Stickney 
Milton, John R. Palmer 

. . West, G. W. Goodwin 

. . Mills, J. L. Swinerton 
Mont- Vernon, D. R. Baker 
Moultonboro', B.E.Thurston 

. . East, E. Shaw 
Monroe, D. F. Blodgett 

. . North, Albert Mason 
Nashua, George Bowers 
Nelson, Nehemiah Rand 

. . Munsonville. F. Taylor 

. . Harrisville, C. C. P. Harris 
New-Boston, James M. Gregg 
Newbury, E. Young 

. . South, Eli Bodge 
New-Durham, Ira S. Ricker 
New-Hampton, J. Simpson 
Newington, F. W. DeRoche- 

mont, 
New-Ipswich, John G. Leonard 
New-London, J. M. Hayes 
Newmarket, Nathan H. Leavitt 
Newport, Sawyer Belknap 
Newton, Michael F. Hoyt 
North-Hampton, T. D. Hobbs 

. . Depot, J. P. Elkins 
Northumberland, Jas. B. Brown 

.. Groveton, Wayne Cobleigh 
Northwood : 

. . East, G. W. Ashby 

. . West, J. G. Mead 
Nottingham, N. O. Smith 

. . Turnpike, Israel Dame 
Orford, H. H. Howard 

. . Orfordviile, R. C. Beal 
Ossipee, S. B. Carter 

. . Center, M. Merrill 

. . Leighton's Corner, Mrs. S. 
Leighton 

. . West, E. Hobbs 



Ossipee.Water Vill., J.L.Brown 
Pelham', John Woodbury 
Pembroke, Jacob Sawyer 

. . Suncook, John Tennant 
Peterborough, H. Steele 
Piermont, J. O. Evans 
Pittsfield, John Cram, jr. 
Pittsburg, David F. Hall 
Plainfleld, Bradbury Dyer 

. . East, S. Emerson 

. . Meriden, C. Cole 
Plaistow, J. G. George 
Plymouth, Timothy Eastman 

. . West, Levi W. Gordon 
Portsmouth, G. H. Rundlett 
Randolph, George Wood 
Raymond, William P, Tufts 
Richmond, Amos G. Bennett 

. . North, H. Martin 
Rindge, W. G. Jones 
Rochester, William Jackson 

. . Gonic, D. Varney 
Rollinsford : 

.. Salmon Falls, J. P. Emer- 
son 
Rumney, D. S. Ward 

. . West, H. B. Simpson 
Rye, Thomas J. Parsons 
Salem, R. Coburn 

. . North, M. H. Taylor 
Salisbury, Nathaniel Bean 

. . West, William Dunlap 1 
Sanbornton, Fanny Lane 

.. North, J. H. Clark 

. . Bridge, A. H. Jones 

. . East, Jacob Bamford 
Sandown, Joseph B. French 
Sandwich, Joseph Wentwortb 

. . North, A. C. Quimby 

. . Center, C. C. Fellows 
Seabrook, Sarah A. Brown 
Shelburne, Thomas J. Hubbard 
Somers worth: 

. . Great Falls,True W.Wood- 
man 
South-Hampton, M. Eaton, jr. 
South-Newmarket, J. T. Locke 
Springfield, O. C. Howard 

. . West, D. N. Adams 
Stark, Clifford Cole 
Stewartstown, John Flanders 

.. West, Hyde C.Trask 
Stoddard, Nathan Gould 

. . South, F. A. Gilson 
Strafford, Benning W. Jenness 

. . Center, D. Place 



POST-MASTERS. 



157 



ratford Corner, Geo. C. Pink- 
ham. 
. . North, John H. Scott 
. . Blue Hill, Robert W. Foss 
ratford, James Mahurin 
. . Coos, Albe Holmes 
;ratham, Z. Wiggin 
illivan, J. Peabody 
. . East, David A. Felt 
irry, Warren Carpenter 
itton, Joseph Pillsbury 
. . North, L. Ferrin 
mapee, F. Morgan 
. . George's Mills, D. George 
van^ey, Elijah Sawyer 
. . West Port, S. Faulkner 
. . West, J. W. Frink 
tmworth, Obed Hall 
. . South, J. T. D. Folsom 
. . Tamworth Iron Works, J. 

Howard 
imple, Charles P. Haywood 
loruton, J. B. Sanborn 
. . West, Joseph Morrison 
oy, E. P. Kimball 
iftonboro', Daniel H. Durgin 
, . Melvin Till.. John Stock- 
bridge 

. Mackerel Corner, J. S. 

Leavitt 
>per Gilmanton, Ira Mooney 
lity, G. Lewis 

. East, Tappan Sanborn 
akefield, Samuel H. Smith 

. North, J. W. Mathes 

. Union Vill., C. E. Swiner- 
ton 



Wakefield East, Warren Nutter 

. . Horn's Mills, J. H. Clout- 
man 
Walpole, A. K. Maynard 

. . Drewsville, H. Lathrop 
Warner, Abner B. Kelly 
Warren, R. K. Clement 
Washington, W. B. French 

. . East, H. H. Monroe 
Weare, George Simons 

. . East, Rufus Fellows 

. . North, P. C. Gove 

. . South, M. Dearborn 

. . Oil Mill Vill., L. Richards 
Wentworth, T. J. Smith 
Wentworth's Location, Z. F. 

Durkee 
Westmoreland, E. W. Chicker- 
ing 

. . East, Foster Wight 

. . Depot, C. White 
Whitefield, B. Dodge 
White Mountains, H. Fabyan 
Wilmot, M. Cross 

. . Flat, Robert M. Rowe 
Wilton, L. Pettingill 

. . West, Philander Ring 
Winchester, John A. Powers 

. . Ashuelot, Jason Plummer 
Windham, R. Bartley 

. . West, F. Marden 

.. Fessenden's Mill, Stephen 
Fessenden 
Wolf borough, E. D. Barker 

. . North, Alvin Cotton 

. . Center, Isaac Sawyer, 

. . South, Alonzo T. Orne 
Woodstock, William G. Hull 



POSTAGE LAWS. 
POSTAGE OF LETTERS. 

Tot every letter or written communication of any description 

i weight not over half of an ounce, any distance within the 

nted States not over 3,000 miles. 3 cents, prepaid; over 3 000 

les, 10 cents, prepaid, and for each additional A ounce or frac- 

n of an ounce add one single rate. 

£ach letter placed in the office for delivery, only 1 cent, vrevav- 

nt optional. , 

?or advertised letters, add 1 cent to the above rates. 

British North-American Provinces, any distance not over 3 000 

les from the line, 10 cents per £ ounce ; over 3,000 miles, 15 cents, 

payment optional. y J 



158 UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT. 

POSTAGE ON PKINTED MATTER. 

Each newspaper, periodical, unsealed circular, or other article 
of printed matter, not weighing over three ounces, to any part oi 
the United States, 1 cent; for each additional ounce or fraction oi 
an ounce, add 1 cent. 

For newspapers and periodicals, when postage is paid for quar- 
terly or yearly, in advance, one half the above rates. 

Newspapers and periodicals, not weighing over an ounce and & 
half each, when circulated in the State where published, £ of a 
cent. 

Weekly newspapers sent free in the county where published. 

Small newspapers, published monthly, or oftener, and pam- 
phlets, not containing more than sixteen octavo pages each, wher 
sent in single packages, weighing eight ounces to one address 
prepaid, £ of a cent per ounce or fraction of an ounce. 

Books, bound or unbound, 1 cent per ounce for any distance 
not over 3,000 miles, prepaid; over 3,000 miles, 2 cents per ounce 
The weight of the book not to exceed 4 pounds. 



UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT. 

PRESIDENT, 

JAMES BUCHANAN, 

Pennsylvania. 
Salary, $25,000. 

vice-president, 

JOHN C. BBECKINEIDGE, 

Kentucky. 
Salary, $5,000. 



NATIONAL CABINET. 

Salar>| 

Secretary of State— Lewis Cass, Michigan, $8,0( 

Secretary of the Treasury— Howell Cobb, Georgia. - 8,0C | 
Secretary of the Interior— J acob Thompson, Mississippi, 8,0(| 
Secretary of War— John B. Floyd, Virginia, - - - - 8,0( 
Secretary of the Navy— Isa ac Toucey, Connecticut, - - 8,0< 
Postmaster General — Jacob Holt, Kentucky, - - - - 8,0< ( 
Attorney -General— Jeremiah S. Black, Pennsylvania, - 8,0n! 



159 



UDICIARY OF THE UNITED STATES. 



SUPREME COURT. 

Chief Justice : Appointed. 

Roger B. Taney, Baltimore, Md., 1836, $6,500 

Associate Justices : 

)hn McLean, Cincinnati, Ohio, 1829, 6,000 

imes M. Wayne, Savannah, Georgia, 1835, 6,000 

)hn Catron, Nashville, Tennessee, 1837, 6,000 

3ter V. Daniel, Richmond, Virginia, 1841, 6,000 

mrnel Nelson, Cooperstown, New-York, - - - - 1845, 6,000 

obert C Grier, Pittsburg, Pennsylvania, - - - 1846, 6,000 

)hn A. Campbell, Alabama, 1853, 6,000 

athan Clifford, Maine, ----- 1858, 6,000 

ttorney- General— Jeremiah S . Black, Pennsylvania,1857, 8,000 

eporter — Benjamin C. Howard, — - 1,300 

lerJc of the Court— William T. Carrolh 

The Supreme Court is held in the City of Washington, and has 

le session annually, commencing on the first Monday in De- 
mber. 



CIRCUIT COURT IN NEW-HAMPSHIRE, 

held at Portsmouth, on the 8th of May; at Exeter, on the 8th 
! October. Presiding Judge. Nathan Clifford. 

DISTRICT COURT IN NEW-HAMPSHIRE, 

t Portsmouth, third Tuesday in Mareh and September; at Exe~ 

r, third Tuesday in June and December. 

Judge of the District Court of New-Hampshire, Hon. Matthew 

arvey, Concord. 

Clerk of the N. H. Circuit and District Courts, Albert R. 

atch, Portsmouth. 

Marshal for the District of New-Hampshire, Stephen W, 

earborn, Exeter. 

District Attorney, Anson S. Marshall, Concord. 

Deputy Marshal, William H. Hackett, Portsmouth. 

Pension Agents for New-Hampshire, Albert R. Hoyt, Ports- 

outh; George Minot, Concord. 



160 



FOREIGN INTERCOURSE. 


ENVOYS EXTRAORDINARY AND MINISTERS PLENIPOTENTIARY. 


Countries. 




Salary. 


Residence 


Great Britain, 


George M> Dallas, Pa., 


$17,600, 


London 


France, 


5 


17,500, 


Paris 


Spain, 


William Preston, 


12,000, 


Madrid 


Chili, 


John Bigler, Cal., 
Joseph A. Wright, 


10,000, 


San lago 
Berlin 


Prussia, 


12,000, 


Kussia, 


Francis W. Pickens, S. C 


.,12,000, 


St. Petersburg 


Mexico, 


Robert M. McLane, Md., 


12,000; 


Mexico 


China, 


John E, Ward, Ga., 


12,000, 


Canton 


Brazil, 


Richard K. Meade, Va., 


12,000, 


Rio de Janeiro 


Peru, 


John R. Clay, ivy., 


10,000, 


Lima 




MINISTERS RESIDENT. 




Belgium, 
Turkey, 


E. Y. Fair, Ala., 


7,500, 


Brussels 


James Williams, Tenn., 


7,500,Constantinople 


Netherlands, 


Henry C. Murphy, N. Y. 
John M. Daniel, Va., 


7,500, 


Hague 


Sardinia, 


7,500, 


Turin 


Naples, 


Joseph R. Chandler, Pa., 
G. W. Morgan, Ohio, 
J. Glancy Jones, Pa., 


7,500, 


Naples 


Portugal, 


7,500, 


Lisbon 


Austria, 


9,000, 


Vienna 


Bolivia, 


John C. Smith, Conn,, 


7,500, 


La Paz 


Denmark, 


James M. Buchanan, Md 


., 7,500, 


Copenhagen 


Sweden & Norw.B. F. Angel, 


7,500, 


Stockholm 


Rome, 


John P. Stockton, 


7.500, 


Rome 


Ecuador, 


Charles R. Buckalew, 


7,500, 


Quito 


Venezuela, 


Edward A. Turpin, N. Y. 


, 7,500, 


Caraccas 


Arg'ntineConf d J. F» Cushman, Ga., 


7,500, 


Parana 


Switzerland, 


Theodore S. Fay, N. Y., 


7,500, 


Berne 


New-Granada, 


George W. Jones, Iowa, 


7,500, 


Bogota 


Nicaragua, 


Alexandria Dimitry, La. 
Beverly L. Clark, Ky., 
Townsend Harris, N. i., 


7,500, 


Nicaragua 


Guatemala, 


7,500, 


Guatemala 


Japan, 


7,500, 


Yeddo 



161 



'HIRTY-SIXTH CONGRESS. 



SENATE.— sixty-six members. 
President— JOHN C. BEECKINEIDGE. 



ALABAMA. 




mjamin Fitzpatrick, 


1861 


ement C. Clay, Jr., 


1865 


ARKANSAS. 




)bert W. Johnson, 


1861 


illiam K. Sebastian, 


1865 


CALIFORNIA. 




illiam M. Gwin, 


1861 


i;hur Latham, 


1863 


CONNECTICUT. 




ifayette S. Foster, 


1861 


mes Dixon, 


1863 


DELAWARE. 




mes A. Bayard, 


1863 


illard Saulsbury, 


1865 


FLORIDA. 




ivid L. Yulee, 


1861 


ephen R. Mallory, 


1863 


GEORGIA. 




fred Iverson, 


1861 


3bert Toombs, 


1865 


ILLINOIS. 




rman Trumbull, 


1861 


ephen A. Douglas, 


1865 


INDIANA. 




rahamN. Fitch, 


1861 


sse D. Bright, 


1863 


IOWA. 




mes Harlan, 


1861 


mes W. Grimes, 


1865 


KENTUCKY. 




shn J. Crittenden, 


1861 


izarus W. Powell, 


1865 


LOUISIANA. 




)hn Slidell, 


1861 


idah P. Benjamin, 


1865 


MAINE. 




annibal Hamlin, 


1863 


illiam P. Fessenden, 


1865 


MASSACHUSETTS. 




larles Sumner, 


1863 


enry Wilson, 


1865 


MARYLAND. 




imes A. Pearce, 


1861 


nthony Kennedy, 


1863 


MICHIGAN. 




ichariah Chandler, 


1863 


insley S. Bingham, 


1865 


MINNESOTA. 




enry M. Rice, 


1863 




1865 



MISSOURI. 

James S. Green, 
Trusten Polk, 

MISSISSIPPI. 

Jefferson Davis, 
Albert G. Brown, 

NEW-HAMPSHIRE. 

Daniel Clark, 
John P. Hale, 

NEW- JERSEY. 

John R. Thompson, 
J. C. Ten Eyck, 

NEW-YORK. 

William H. Seward, 
Preston King, 

NORTH-CAROLINA . 

Thomas L. Clingman, 
Thomas Bragg, 

OHIO. 

George E. Pugh, 
Benjamin F. Wade, 

OREGON. 

Joseph Lane, 
Edward D. Baker, 

PENNSYLVANIA . 

William Bigler, 
Simon Cameron, 

RHODE-ISLAND. 

James F. Simmons, 
Henry B. Anthony, 

SOUTH-CAROLINA . 

James H. Hammond, 
James W. Chesnut, 

TEXAS. 

J. Pinckney Henderson, 
J. Hemphill, 

TENNESSEE. 

Andrew Johnson, 
A. 0. P. Nicholson, 

VERMONT. 

Jacob Collamer, 
Solomon Foot, 

VIRGINIA. 

James M. Mason, 
Robert M. T. Hunter, 

WISCONSIN. 

Charles Durkec, 
James F, Doolittle, 



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1863 



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1865 



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1865 



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1865 



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1863 



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1865 



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1863 



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1865 



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1863 



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1865 



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1865 



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162 



THIPwTY-SIXTH CONGRESS. 



HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. 

Speaker, WILLIAM PENNINGTON, New-Jersey. 
Clerk, John W. Forney, Pennsylvania. 



Alabama. —7. James Wilson, 
James A. Stallworth, Schuyler Colfax, 

James L. Pugh, Charles Case, 

David Clopton, John U. Pettit. 
Sydenham Moore, iowa.— 2. 

George S. Houston, Samuel R. Curtis, 

W. R. W. Cobb, W. Vandever. 
Jabez L. M. Curry. Kentucky.— 10. 

Arkansas.— 2. Henry C. Burnett, 

T. C. Hindman, Samuel O. Peyton, 

Albert Rust. Francis M. Bristow, 

California.— 2. W. C. Anderson, 

Charles S. Scott, John Young Brown, 

John C. Burch. Green Adams, 

Connecticut.— 4. Robert Mallory, 

Dwight Loomis, William E. Simms, 

John Woodruff, Laban T. Moore, 

Alfred A. Burnham, John W. Stevenson. 
Orris S. Ferry. Louisiana.— 4. 

Delaware.— 1. J. E. Bouligny, 
William G. Whiteley. Miles Taylor, 

Florida.— 1. J. G. Davidson, 

George S. Hawkins. John M. Landrum. 

GEORGIA .—8. MAINE.— 6. 

Peter E. Love, Daniel E. Somes, 

Martin J. Crawford, John J. Perry, 
ThomasHardeman,Jr.Ezra B. French, 
Lucius J. Gartrell, Freeman H. Morse, 
J. W. H. Underwood, Israel Washburne,Jr. 
James Jackson, Stephen C. Foster. 

Joshua Hill, Massachusetts.— 11 

John J. Jones. Thomas D. Eliot, 

Illinois.— 9. James Buffinton, 
Elihu B. Washburne, Charles F. Adams, 
John F. Farnsworth, Alexander H. Rice, 
Owen Lovejoy, Anson Burlingame, 

William Kellogg, John B. Alley, 
Isaac N. Morris, Daniel W. Gooch, 

J. A. McClernand, Charles R. Train, 



MICHIGAN. — 4. 

George B. Cooper, , 
Henry Waldron, 
Francis W. Kellogg, 
DeWitt C. Leach. 

MINNESOTA —2. 

Cyrus Aldrich, 
William Window. 

MISSISSIPPI.— 5. 

Lucius Q. C. Lamar, 
Reuben Davis, 
William Barksdale, 
ptho R. Singleton, 
John J. McRae. 

MISSOURI.— 7. 

J. R. Barrett, 
Thomas L. Anderson 
John B. Clark, 
James Craig, 
Samuel H, Woodson 
John S. Phelps, 
John W. Noell, 

NEW-HAMPSHIRE.— § 

Gilman Marston, 
Mason W. Tappan, 
Thomas M. Edwards. 

NEW-JERSEY.— 5. 

John T. Nixon, 
J. L. N. Stratton, 
Garnett B. Adrian, 
. Jetur R. Riggs, 
William Pennington 



James C. Robinson, 
Philip B. Fouke, 
John A. Logan. 

INDIANA.— 11. 



Eli Thayer, 
Charles Delano, 
Henry L. Dawes. 

MARYLAND.— 6 



William E. Niblack, James A. Stewart, 

William H. English, Edward H. Webster, 

William M. Dunn, J. Morrison Harris, 

William S. Holman, H. Winter Davis. 

David Kilgore, Jacob M. Kunkel, 

Albert G. Porter, George W. Hughes. 
John G. Davis, 



NEW-YORK— 33. 

Luther C. Carter, 
James Humphrey, 
Daniel E. Sickles, 
Thomas J. Barr, 
William B. Maclay 
John Cochrane, 
George Briggs, 
Horace F. Clark, 
John B. Haskin, 
Charles H.VanWycI 
William S. Kenyon, 
Charles L. Beale, 
Abraham B. Olin. 
John H. Reynolds, 
James B. McKean. 
George W. Palmer, 



THIRTY-SIXTH CONGRESS. 



163 



incis E. Spinner, 
irk B. Cochrane, 
nes H. Graham, 
scoe Conkling, 
Holland Duel], 
Lindley Lee, 
arles B. Hoard, 
arles B. Sedgwick 
rtin Buttertield, 
ory B. Pottle, 
red Wells, 
lliam Irvine, 
red Ely, 
gustus Frank, 
is M. Burroughs, 
s ridge G.Spanlding 
iben E. Fenton. 

ITH-CAROLINA.--8 

N. H. Smith, 
)mas Ruffin, 
irren Winslow, 
D'B. Branch, 
in A. Gilmer, 
in M. Leach, 
'ton Craige, 
3. Vance. 

OHIO.— 21. 
). H. Pendleton, 
m A. Gurley, 
L, Vallandigham, 
tham Allen, 
aes M. Ashley, 
lliam Howard, 
>mas Cor win, 
ljamin Stanton, 
in Carey, , 
■ey A. Trimble, 
irles D. Martin, 
auel S. Cox, 
in Sherman, 
rrison G. Blake, 
lliam Helmick, 
inor B. Tomkins, 
>mas C. Theaker, 
neyEgerton, 



Edward Wade, William B. Stokes, 

John Hutchins, Robert Hatton, 

John A. Bingham. J. H. Thomas, 

Oregon.— 1. John V. Wright, 
Lansing Stout. James M. Quarles, 

Pennsylvania. — 25. Emerson Etheridge, 
Thomas B. Florence, William T. Avery. 
Edward J. Morris, texas. — 2. 

John P. Verree, John H. Reagan, 



H. Hamilton. 
VIRGINIA. — 13. 

Muscoe R. H. Garnett, 
John S. Millson, 
D. C. Dejarnette, 
Roger A. Fryor, 
Thomas S. Bocock, 
Shelton F. Leake, 



William Millward, 
John Wood, 
John Hickman, 
H. C. Longnecker, 
John Schwartz, 
Thaddeus Stevens, 
,John W. Kellinger, 
James H. Campbell, 
.George W. Scranton, William Smith, 

Wm. H. Dimmick. Alex. R. Boteler, 

Galusha A. Grow, John T. Harris, 

James T. Hale, Sherrard Clemens, 

Benjamin F.Jenkins, Albert G. Jenkins, 

Edward McPherson, H. A. Edmondson, 

Samuel S. Blair, Elbert S. Martin. 
John Covode, Vermont.— 3. 

Wm. Montgomery, Ezekiel P. Walton, 

James K. Morehead, Justin S. Morrill. 

Robert McKnight, Homer E. Royce! 
William Stewart, Wisconsin.— 3. 

Chapin Hall, John F. Potter, 

Elijah Babbit. C. C. Washburne, 

rhode-island.— 2. Charles H. Larrabee. 
Christoph'r Robinson, 
William D. Brayton TERRITORIES. 

SOUTH-CAROLINA.— 6. 

John McQueen, new-mexico. 

Wm. Porcher Miles, Miguel A. Otero. 
Lawrence M. Keitt, utah. 

Millege L. Bonham, William H. Hooper. 
John D. Ashmore, Washington 



William W. Boyce. 

TENNESSEE.— 10. 

Thos. A. R. Nelson, 
Horace Maynard, 
Reese B. Brabson, 



Isaac J. Stevens, 

KANSAS. 

Marcus J. Parrott. 

NEBRASKA. 

Experi'ce Estabrook. 



17 Representatives. 5 Delegates from Territories. 



164 



NEWSPAPERS IN NEW-HAMPSHIRE, 

CORRECTED FOR THE YEAR 1860. 
ROCKINGHAM COUNTY. 

City of Portsmouth. Portsmouth Journal, Charles W 
Brewster & Son, Editors and Publishers ; New-Hamp- 
shire Gazette, Samuel Gray, Editor and Publisher 
Weekly Chronicle, F. W. Miller, Editor and Publisher 
Daily Chronicle, F. W. Miller, Editor and Publisher. 

Exeter. News-Letter, Eev. L. Leonard, Editor, anc 
Samuel Hall, Publisher ; American Ballot, Thomas J 
"Whittem, Editor and Publisher. 

STRAFFORD COUNTY. 

City of Dover. Dover Enquirer, George Wadleigh, 
Editor and Publisher ; Dover Gazette, Foster & Smith.! 
Editors and Publishers ; Morning Star, Board of Edi- 
tors, and published by "William Burr, Agent ; The Dovei 
Sentinel, John T. Gibbs & Co., Editors and Publishers: 
commenced in 1860. 

Somersworth. Great Falls Advertiser, G. H. & S. E, 
Twombly, Editors and Publishers ; New-Hampshire 
Review, D. Warren Furber, Editor and Proprietor. 

BELKNAP .COUNTY. 

Laconia. Winnipesaukee Gazette, A. C. Wallace 
Editor and Publisher ; New-Hampshire Democrat, S, C 
Baldwin, Editor and Publisher. 

CARROLL COUNTY. 

Ossipee. Carroll County Register, John F. Roberts 
Editor and Publisher. 

MERRIMACK COUNTY. 

City of Concord. N. H. Patriot, William Butterfielc 
Editor and Publisher; N. H. Statesman, McFarland < 
Jenks, Proprietors and Publishers ; Independent Demo I 
crat, Fogg & Hadley, Editors and Proprietors ; Congri 
gational Journal, B. W. Sanborn, Proprietor and Pulj 
lisher ; Rev. B. P. Stone, Editor; Democratic Standan 
John B. Palmer, Proprietor and Publisher. 



NEWSPAPERS IN NEW-HAMPSHIRE. 165 

HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY. 

Tity of Manchester*. Democrat and American, Good- 
& Earnsworth, Editors and Publishers ; Daily Amer- 
1, Goodale & Earnsworth, Editors and Publishers ; 
ion Democrat, James M. Campbell, Editor and Pub- 
er; Weekly Mirror, John B. Clarke, Editor and 
blisher ; Daily Mirror, John B. Clarke, Editor and 
Wisher ; New-Hampshire Journal of Agriculture, by 
lliam H. Gilmore. 

My of Nashua. Nashua Gazette, B. B. Whittemore, 
tor, and B. B. & E. B, "Whittemore, Publishers; 
tv-Hampshire Telegraph, Albin Beard, Editor and 
}lisher. 

imherst. Farmer's Cabinet, E. D. Boylston, Editor 
Publisher. 

lilford. Milford Kepublican, J. Garfield, Editor and 
)lisher. 

Peterborough. Peterborough Transcript, K. C. Scott, 
Dlisher. 

Iillsborough. Hillsborough News, Warren G. Hagar, 
tor and Publisher. 

CHESHIRE COUNTY. 

veene. New-Hampshire Sentinel, Thomas Hale, Edi- 
and T. Hale & Co., Publishers ; Cheshire Kepubli- 
, Horatio Kimball, Editor and Publisher. 

SULLIVAN COUNTY. 

Haremont. National Eagle, John S. Walker, Editor 
l Publisher ; Northern Advocate, J. Weber, Editor 
I Publisher. 

Newport. Argus and Spectator, Carlton & Harvey,. 
itors and Publishers ; Sullivan Kepublican, W. H. EL 
en, Editor. 

GRAFTON COUNTY. 

'jebanon. Granite State Free Press, G. S. Towle, Edi- 

and Publisher. 

nttleton. People's Journal, Henry W. Kowell, Edi- 

and Publisher. 

laverhill. Haverhill Kepublican, H. W. Reding, 

itor and Publisher. 

lanover. Dartmouth iEgis, published by the Junior 

ss of Dartmouth College. 



166 PERIODICALS, BOOKS, &C 

COOS COUNTY. 

Lancaster. Coos Republican, Henry O. Kent, Edi' 
and Publisher. 

Stratford. Coos Democrat, Charles D. Johnson, E 
tor and Publisher. 

Several campaign papers for the Presidency and G( 
ernorship are also published. 

PERIODICALS. 

New-Hampshire Journal of Education ; Henry 
Sawyer, resident Editor. Issued monthly, by the 9 
Hampshire State Association, Concord. 

New-Ham pshire Annual Register ; compiled and pi 
lished by G. Parker Lyon, Concord. 

Leavitt's Farmer's Almanac; published by E. 
Eastman, Concord. 

Concord Directory ; compiled by R. I. Merrill, a 
published by Merrill & Son. 

Freewill Baptist Register ; published by the Bapi 
Society, Dover. 

BOOKS AND PAMPHLETS 

Published in New-Hampshire within the year 1860, wh 
has come to the knowledge of the compiler, aside fr 
the Reports of Corporations and. Institutions, and . 
ports made to the Legislature, and ordered to be prin 
by the State Printer : 
The Budget Closed : By Jane Anthony Eames. ^V\ 

Butterfield, Printer, Concord ; Ticknor & Fields, I 

ton, Publishers. 

The Sisters of Soleure : A tale of the sixteenth ( 

tury. E. C. Eastman, publisher, Concord. 

McFarland & Jenks are printers of: 

The Charter, By-Laws, Regulations and Code 
Ethics of the N. II. Medical Society ; 

Proceedings of the Grand Ro} T al Arch Chapter ; 

Address of William L. Foster at the consecration 
Blossom Hill Cemetery ; 

An Oration delivered before the Alumni of Gilttj 
ton Academy, by Edwin D. Sanborn, 



OBITUARY NOTICES. 167 

3-. Parker Lyon is the publisher of: 
Hie Laws of the State of ISTew-Hampshire, passed 
ne session, 1860 ; 

rhe Laws enacted by the Legislature for the years 
>3, 1854 and 1855, re-printed, forming one volume, 
:luding the Laws for 1856, 1857, 1858 and 1859, with 
fall and copious Index ; 

Memoir and Official Correspondence of General John 
irk, with notices of several other officers of the Rev- 
tion. Also, a biography of Capt. Phinehas Stevens 
1 Col. Eobert Rogers, with an account of their servi- 
in America during the "Seven Years' War." By 
leb Stark ; 

listory of the Town of Dunbarton, from the grant of 
tson's Assigns, in 1751, to 1860 : By Caleb Stark ; 
Reports of Cases argued and determined in the Su- 
;me Judicial Court of New-Hampshire, volumes 38 
1 39. William E. Chandler, Reporter ; 
rhe Dublin Suit decided in the Supreme Judicial 
urt of New-Hampshire in Chancery. Ira Perley, 
ief Justice. 



OBITUARY NOTICES. 

Ion. James Farrington, m. d., of Rochester, de- 
sed October 29, 1859, aged 68 years. Dr. Parrington 
•resented his town in the Legislature for the years 
!8, '29, '30 and '31, and was chosen to the Senate 1832, 
and '34. He was chosen Representative to Congress 
3 term, beginning with 1837. 

lev. Jacob C. Goss, of Concord, April 22, aged 66 
rs. 

Slder George, of Pranconia, June 19. Mr. 

)rge was riding on horseback near Pranconia village, 
en an electric bolt struck him, and he was killed 
tantly. His horse was also instantly killed. 



168 OBITUARY NOTICES. 

Samuel Buttereield, Esq., of Concord, July 3, age< 
68 years. Mr. Butterfield was a lawyer, and in th 
practice of his profession in the town of Andover unti 
a few years of his death ; was also engaged in the mer 
cantile business. He represented the town of Andove 
for the years 1847 and 1848 in the Legislature, and wa 
Councillor for 1851 and 1852. 

Hon. Milon C. McClure, of Claremont, September 1 
aged 42 years. Mr. McClure was a lawyer, and in th 
practice of his profession from 1851 or 1852 to his deatl 
in Claremont. He was Councillor for the years 185 
and 1856. Mr. McClure was a man of strict integrity 
and one who gained the good will of all who had hi 
acquaintance. He stood well among his brethren as 
man of sound judgment in matters of law. 

Hon. John S. "Wells, of Exeter, August 1, aged 5 
years. Mr. Wells studied the profession of law in Vei 
mont, and was admitted to the practice. In 1837 c 
1838 he removed to Lancaster, IS". H., and there pra( 
ticed successfully in his chosen profession. Erom 183 
to 1842 inclusive he represented the town of -Lancast* 
in the Legislature ; the last year he was chosen Speakc 
of the House. He removed to Exeter, and was a] 
pointed Attorney-General January 17, 1848, and i 
August the same year resigned the office ; was chose 
Senator for 1851 and 1852, both of which he was chose 
President ; was nominee for Governor, 1856 and 185 
In January, 1855, he was appointed to fill out the ten 
of the Hon. Moses ISTorris, deceased, in the Senate 
the United States, January to March following. M 
Wells was considered a sound lawyer and an eloque: 
orator. He was a self-made man, getting the means I 
paying his expenses of education by his industry in 1 
trade, cabinet-maker, which he learned in the early pa 
of his life. 

John* T. .Coeein, Esq., Laconia, October 4, aged j 
years. Mr. Coffin held the office of cashier to the bail 
of that place some twenty years ; was Treasurer of t! 
Savings Bank, and held other offices of high responl 
bility. He was an upright and honest man. 



THE 



NEW-HAMPSHIRE 

1MTJAL REGISTER, 

AND 

UNITED STATES CALENDAR, 



FOR THE YEAR 



1862. 



BY G. PAEKER LYON. 



No. XM.— No. XVIII. New Series* 

lie earliest Register published was for 1772 ; and afterward 

(now known to have been published) were for the years 

1787^88, '89, '94, '95, '96, '97, '98, 1800, and annually 

since — making the aggregate of 71 numbers. 

The numbering commenced with 1822 ? 

— the New Series with 1845- 



CONCOKD : 
PUBLISHED BY G. PARKER LYON. 

PRINTED BY M'PARLAND & JENKS. 



Entered according to an act of Congress, in the year 1861, 

BY G. PARKER LYON, 

In the Clerk's office of the District Court of New-Hampshire. 



INDEX. 




ademies, 


..140 


Judiciary, Justices, 


. 36 


propriations (Legislative), 35 


Judges, Probate, 


. 38 


torneys-at-Law, 


.42-46 


Judiciary, U. S., 


.16/ 




...144 


Literary Institutions, 

Militia of N. H., 


140 




..,139 


.103 


^lical Institute, 


..143 


Medical Societies 


.119 




. . .145 


Ministers in N. H., 110-119 

Ministers, Foreign, 168 


ange of Officers, 


....41 


artdler School, 


.142 


Notaries Public 


. 46 


y Officers, Manchester, 


..125 


Physicians, 


.120 


" Portsmouth 


...126 


Post-Offices— Postmasters,. . 


.162 


" Concord,... 


..127 


Postage Laws, 


.165 


" Nashua, 


..127 


President's call for soldiers, 


.103 


" Dover, 


..128 


1st Regiment leaves 




mmissioners of Schools, 


. . .139 


Concord, 


.104 


" Rail roads,. 158 


Its return, 


.105 




. . .146 


2d Regiment leaves 




" Insurance, 156 


Concord, 


.105 


•« Pilots,.. 


...129 


3d Regiment leaves 




mmissioners resident in 


Concord, 


.106 


New-Hampshire, . 


...51 


One company of sharp- 


In other States,. .. 


.48-51 


shooters, 


.108 


urts, Supreme Judicial, 


.. 37 


4th Regiment leave. . . 


.108 


Probate, 


.39-40 


Others recruiting, 


.109 


U. S. District,.... 


..167 


Registers. Probate, 


. 38 


;rks of Supreme Judicial,. 38 


Representatives to Congress 




uncillors, vote of, 


.. 23 


vote of. 


. 23 


unty Officers — 




Savings Banks, 


.153 


Rockingham, 


.. 53 


Senators, state of the votes 


. 24 


Strafford, 


.. 60 


State Institutions — 




• Belknap, 


.. 64 


Asylum for the Insane,. . . 


.144 


Carroll, 


.. 67 


House of Reformation,.. 


.144 


Merrimack, 


.. 71 


State Prison, 


.145 


Hillsborough, 


., 78 


States seceded, date of, 


.103 


Cheshire, 


.. 85 


Statistics — 




Sullivan, 


.. 89 


Acts passed in 1680, 


. 17 


Grafton, 


...92 


Capital Laws, 


. 18 


Coos, 


.. 99 


House dissolved, 

Session at Hampton, 

Qualifications of a voter, 


. 21 

. 20 


untv Solicitors, 


.. 36 


urts, days of sitting, see 




)al. pages, also law of,. . 


.37-40 


1680, 


. 21 


rtmouth College, 


..141 


Sheriffs— Coroners — Jailers- 




ipsesfor 1862, 


.. 4 


Rockingham, 


. 59 


ctors for President,. . . . 


.. 22 


Strafford, 


. 63 


Vote of, 


.. 22 


Belknap, 


. 67 


vernment of N. H., — 


.. 28 


Carroll, 


. 70 


Council, 


.. 28 


Merrimack, 


. 77 


Senate,. 


.. 28 


Hillsborough, 


. 84 


Representatives,. . 


.. 29 


Cheshire, 


. 88 


vernment of U. S., 


..166 


Sullivan, 


. 92 


Senate of U. Si,.... 


..169 


Grafton, 


. 99 


Representatives,. . . . 


..170 


Coos, 


.102 


storical Society, N. H.,. 


..143 


Teachers' Association, 


.139 


urance Companies, 


..156 


Town Police Courts, 


.129 


pectors, of Flour, 


..129 


Town-Clerks, 130-138 


" of Hops, 


..129 


Votes for Governor,. . . .130-138 


" of Fish, 


..129 







ECLIPSES IN 1862. 



There will be five eclipses this year— three of the Sun and t\ 
of the Moon, as follows : 

I. The first will be a total Eclipse of the Moon, the 11th a 
12th days of June. Visible, and by calculation, as follows : 

Beginning the 11th day, llh. 55m. in the evening. The Ecli] 
begins to be total lh. 7m. in the morning of the 12th day. Eel 
tic time of full moon, lh. 29m. Middle of Eclipse, lh. 34m. I 
ration, 3h. 17m. Quantity eclipsed, 16°. The Moon's latitude 
the Eclipse will be 23' 6" south of the Ecliptic. 

II. The second will be of the Sun, June, 27th day, 2h., 7m. 
the morning — invisible. 

III. The third will be of the Sun, November, 21st day, lh.,42 
in the afternoon — invisible to us, because the Moon's latitude t 
be too far south for the Moon to pass over any portion of 
Sun's disk, as viewed by any portion of the United States. 

IV. The fourth will be of the Moon, December, 6th day, 3h., I 
in the morning. Apparent time visible and total, and by calci 
tion as follows : 

Beginning, lh. 13m. Total, 2h. 27m. Ecliptic opposition, 
2m. Middle, 3h. 5m. End of total Eclipse, 3h. 48m. End of 
Eclipse, 5h. 34m. Duration of total Eclipse, lh. 26m. Durat: 
of the Eclipse, 4h. 21m. 

V. The fifth and last Eclipse during the year will be of the £ 
December, 21st day, Oh., 18m. in the morning. Invisible to 
inhabitants of the United States. 



COMMON NOTES FOR 1862. 

Dominical Letter, 

Golden Number, 

Solar Cycle, 

Epact, 

Roman Indication, • 

Julian Period, fc 



52.] JANUARY, 1st Month— 31 days. 5 


Length of Days. 


i.m.| Ip.Ih.m.I Id.ih.m 
581 59 2 1 9|9 6 
58 1 619 41 11019 8 

01 7 9 4 11119 10 

2 8|9 6||12 ! 9 11 


d.Ih.m. 
13 9 14 
14,9 16 
15 9 16 
16[9 18 


Id. 
17 

118 
19 
20 


H.M. 

9 20 
9 24 
9 24 
9 24 


jd.|h.m. 

12119 26 
|22 9 28 
|23j9 30 
24 9 34 


|d.|h.m.| 
26|Q 341 
|26|9 36 1 
|27|9 381 
i28|9 40j 


D. 

29 
31 


H.M. 

9 42 
9 44 
9 46 



Moon's Changes, Fulls and Quarters. 
First Quarter, 7th day, 6h. 5m. in the evening. — S. 
Full Moon, 15th day, 8h. 57m. in the evening.— S. E. 
Last Quarter, 23d day, lh. 32m. in the morning. — S. E. 
New Moon, 29th day, 9h. 47m. in the evening. — N. W. 



i 


Courts — Supreme Judicial, 
Probate, if. S. District. 


©r.j©s. 


r.®s. 


High 


& 


h.m.|h.m. 


h. m. 


water. 


N 




7 31 


4 29 


6 ev. 


?h 




7 31 


4 29 


7 10 


39 


Yi 




7 30 


4 30 


8 27 


1 13 


a 




7 29 


4 31 


9 35 


1 51 


u 




7 29 


4 31 


10 33 


2 24 


i 




7 28 


4 32 


11 35 


3 4 


\i 


jj P. C. Keene, P. C. Dover, 


7 28 


4 32 


morn. 


3 46 


V 


| P. C. Conway, P. C. Lancas- 


7 27 


4 33 


41 


4 41 


% 


ter, 


7 27 


4 33 


1 37 


5 48 


ri 


1 S. J. C, Trial, Manchester. 


7 26 


4 34 


2 38 


7 


a 




7 25 


4 35 


3 34 


8 4 


u 




7 24 


4 36 


4 26 


9 4 


1 




7 23 


4 37 


5 21 


9 51 


\i 


-{ P. C. Portsmouth. 


7 22 


4 38 


5 57 


10 34 


v r 


<{ P. C.Exeter. 


7 22 


4 38 


rises. 


11 12 


h 




7 21 


4 39 


5 21 


11 43 


ri 




7 20 


4 40 


6 31 


morn. 


a 




7 19 


4 41 


7 42 


17 


u 


r S. J. C, Trial, Exeter, 


7 18 


4 42 


8 50 


53 


I 


P. C. Gilford, 


7 18 


4 42 


10 


1 28 


u 


- P. C. Littleton, 


7 17 


4 43 


11 9 


2 5 


V 


<P. C. Keene. 


7 16 


4 44 


morn. 


2 46 


Tl 




7 15 


4 45 


27 


3 43 


ri 




7 14 


4 46 


1 38 


4 52 


a 




7 13 


4 47 


2 49 


6 23 


u 


f S. J. C, Trial, Newport, 


7 12 


4 48 


3 47 


7 38 


I 


| P. C. Manchester, 


7 11 


4 49 


4 53 


9 8 


"u 


i P. C. Concord. 


7 10 


4 50 


5 28 


10 5 


V 


•{ P. C. Claremont. 


7 9 


4 51 


sets. 


10 51 


"h 




7 8 


4 52 


5 49 


11 31 


ri 


-{ P. C. Francestown. 


7 7 


4 53 


6 55 


ev. 3 



6 FEBRUARY, 2d Month— 28 days. [1862 


Length of Days. 


d.|h. m. 

If 9 50 
2j 9 52 
31 9 54 
4| 9 56 


D. 

5 
6 

7 
8 


H.M. 

9 58 
10 
10 2 
10 6 


D.lH.M.IlD. H.M. 

9 10 8 113110 20 
10 10 121 14|10 24 
11110 14 115110 26 
12|10 18| 16 10 28 


D. 

17 

18 
19 

20 


H.M. 

10 32 
10 34 
10 38 
10 40 


D. 

21 

22 
23 
24 


H.M.I 

10 44 1 
10 46 1 
10 48! 
10 52 1 


D.lH.lW 

25110 6 
26110 5 
27 |ll 
28,11 



Moon's Changes, Fulls and Quarters. 

]) First Quarter, 6th day, 3h. 12m. in the evening.— S. E 
O Full Moon, 14th day, Oh. 6m. in the evening. — N. 
([ Last Quarter, 21st day, 8h. 14m. in the morning. — N. I 
© New Moon, 28th day, llh. 52m. in the morning. — S. 



ti 


i 


Courts — Supreme Judicial, 


©r. 


©■- 


r.@s. 


Hig 


p 


« 


Probate, U. S. District. 


ti.m. 


h.m. 


h. m. 


wat 


i 


Sa 




7 5 


4 55 


8 





2 


Su 




7 4 


4 56 


9 15 


i 


3 


M 


f S.J. C.,Trial, Concord, P. C. 


7 3 


4 57 


10 15 


1 


4 


Tu 


\ Keene, P. C. Somersworth, 
{ P. C. Tamworth. 


7 2 


4 58 


11 18 


2 


5 


W 


7 1 


4 59 


morn. 


3 


6 


Th 




7 


4 


15 


3 


7 


Fri 




6 59 


5 1 


1 12 


4 


8 


Sa 




6 57 


5 3 


2 11 


5 


9 


Su 




6 56 


5 4 


3 7 


7 


10 


M 




6 54 


5 6 


4 


8 


11 


Tu 


{ S. J. C., Trial, Dover. 


6 53 


5 7 


4 34 


9 


12 


W 




6 51 


5 9 


5 12 


10 


13 


Th 




6 50 


5 10 


5 47 


10 


14 


Fri 




6 48 


5 12 


rises. 


11 


15 


Sa 




6 47 


5 13 


6 34 


11 


16 


Su 




6 46 


5 14 


7 41 


mo 


17 


M 


f P. C. Gilford, P. C. Keene, 


6 44 


5 16 


8 52 





18 


Tu 


\ P. C. Wentworth. 
\ P. C. Exeter. 


6 43 


5 17 


10 5 


1 


19 


W 


6 41 


5 19 


11 20 


1 


20 


Th 




6 40 


5 20 


morn. 


2 


21 


Fri 




6 38 


5 22 


32 


3 


22 


Sa 




6 37 


5 23 


1 42 


4 


23 


Su 




6 36 


5 24 


2 38 


5 


24 


M 




6 33 


5 26 


3 26 


7 


25 


Tu 


\ P. C. Concord, P. C. Nashua. 
\ P.C.Newport. 


6 33 


5 27 


4 17 


8 


26 


W 


6 31 


5 29 


4 58 


9 


27 


Tu 




6 30 


5 30 


5 28 


10 


28 


Fri 


{ P. C. Amherst 


6 28 


5 32 


sets. 


11 



862.] MARCH, 3d Month— 31 days. 7 


Length of Days. 




D. 

1 

2 

a 

4 
5 


H. M. 

11 6 
11 10 
11 12 
11 14 

11 18 


Id.Ih. m.i 
1 6 11 22 | 
1 7|11 261 
j 8 11 28 1 
1 9111 301 
10 11 32 


D, 
11 

12 
13 

14 
15 


h. m.i Id.Ih. m. 
11 34||16|11 48 
11 38 M 171 11 52 
11 40||18 11 54 
11 441119111 58 
11 46||20|12 


Id.Ih. m. 1 
|2l|l2 2 
122112 61 
|23|12 8| 
124(12 10| 
|25|l2 14 j 


D. 

m 

27 
28 
29 
30 


H. M.I 

12 16| 

12 20; 

12 22 

12 241 
12 26 1 





Moon's Changes, Fulls and Quarters. 
D First Quarter, 8th day, Oh. 25m. in the evening. — E. 
3 Full Moon, 16th day, Oh. 25m. in the morning.— S. 
& Last Quarter, 22d day, 4h. 50m. in the evening. — N. W. 
fr New Moo n, 30th day, 2h. 58m. in the morning.— N. E. 



Courts — Supreme Judicial, 
Probate, if. S. District. 



©r- 
h.m. 



High 
water. 



Sa 

Su 
M 
Tu 
W 

Th 

Fri 

Sa 

Su 

M 

Tu 

W 

Th 

Fri 

Sa 

Su 

M 

Tu 

w 

Th 
Fri 
Sa 
Su 
M 
Tu 
W 
Th 
Fri 
Sa 
Su 
1|M 



P. C. Dover; P. C. Ossipee 
| Corner, P. C Keene, P. C. 
Lancaster. 



( Annual Town-Meeting in 
( New- Hampshire. 



f U. S. D. C. Portsmouth, P. 
j -C. Portsmouth, P. C. Lisbon, 
\ P. C. Gilford, P. C. Keene. 
\ P. C. Exeter. 



f S.J. C, Trial, Gilford, P. C. 
-{ Concord, P. C. Manchester. 
-{ P. C. Claremont. 

{ P. C. Mason Village. 



6 51 

7 57 

8 56 
10 1 

10 57 

11 56 
morn. 

52 



8 APRIL, 4th Month— 30 days. [1862. 


Length of Days. 




d.Ih. m. 

1 12 34 
2112 38 
3 12 40 
4,12 42 1 
5|12 46| 


d.Ih. m. 
6|12 48 

7 12 52 

8 12 54 
9|13 58 

10113 


d.|h. m. 

11 13 2 

12 13 6 

13 13 8 

14 13 12 

15 13 14 


D. H. M. 

16 13 16 

17 13 20 

18 13 22 
19113 26 
20|13 28 


Id.Ih. m. 
21113 30 
122113 34 
|23|l3 36 
124113 38 
|25| 13 42 


d.Ih. M.j 
26|13 44 
27113 481 
28 13 50 
29113 521 
30|13 56 





Moon's Changes, Fulls and Quarters. 
D First Quarter, 7th day, 7h. 32m. in the morning. — N. 
O Full Moon, 14th day, lOh. 14m. in the morning.— N. W. 
d Last Quarter, 21st day, lh. 13m. in the morning. — E. 
® New Moon, 28th day, 6h. 50m. in the evening.— E. 



M 


£ 


Courts — Supreme Judicial, 


©* 


©s. 


r.@s. High 


A 


P 


Probate, U. S* District. 


h.m. 


h.m. 


h. m J water. 


1 


Tu 


1 S. J. C. Trial, Haverhill, P. 


5 43 


6 17 


8 38 


ev. 13 


2 


W 


| C. Farmington, P. C. Cott- 


5 41 


6 19 


9 39 


45 


3 


Th 


le way, P. C. Keene. 


5 40 


6 20 


10 41 


1 23 


4 


Fri 


l. C. Exeter, Wednesday, 2d. 


5 39 


6 21 


11 38 


2 3 


5 


Sa 




5 37 


6 23 


morn. 


2 51 


6 


Su 




5 36 


6 24 


38 


3 48 


7 


M 




5 34 


6 26 


1 19 


5 8 


8 


Tu 


{ S. J. C, Trial, Exeter, 


5 33 


6 27 


2 12 


6 37 


9 


W 




5 31 


6 29 


2 42 


8 2 


10 


Th 




5 30 


6 30 


3 8 


8 52 


11 


Fri 




5 29 


6 31 


3 35 


9 46 


12 


Sa 




5 27 


6 33 


4 4 


10 28 


13 


Su 




5 26 


6 34 


4 42 


11 11 


14 


M 


f S. J. C, Trial, Ossipee, S. 


5 24 


6 36 


rises. 


11 53 


15 


Tu 


{ J. C, Trial, Keene, P.O. Gil- 


5 23 


6 37 


9 6 


morn. 


16 


W 


ford, P. C. Haverhill, P. C. 


5 22 


6 38 


10 21 


36 


17 


Th 


[ Keene. 


5 20 


6 40 


11 27 


1 20 


18 


Fri 




5 19 


6 41 


morn. 


2 7 


19 


Sa 




5 17 


6 43 


11 


2 56 


20 


Su 




5 16 


6 44 


52 


3 52 


21 


M 


f S.J. C, Trial, Lancaster, P. 


5 15 


6 45 


1 29 


5 


22 


Tu 


■{ C. Concord, P. C. Nashua. 


5 13 


6 47 


2 6 


6 11 


23 


W 




5 12 


6 48 


2 22 


7 20 


24 


Th 




5 11 


6 49 


2 46 


8 17 


25 


Fri 


<{ P. C. Francestown. 


5 9 


6 51 


3 6 


9 3 


26 


Sa 




5 8 


6 52 


3 29 


9 43 


27 


Su 




5 6 


6 54 


3 55 


10 17 


28 


M 




5 5 


6 55 


sets. 


10 51 


29 


Tu 




5 4 


6 56 


7 40 


11 22 


30 


W 


{ P. C. Newport. 


5 i 


6 58 8 48 


ev. 4 



L862.1 



MAY, 5th Month— 31 days. 



Length of Days. 



D. H. M. 

1 13 58 

2[14 
3 1 14 .2 
4 14 4 
514 8 



|D.|H. M. 

' 6|14 10 

I 7114 12 

8|14 14 

I 9 14 16 

jl0|l4 18 



H. M.| 

14 20 1 
14 241 
14 26 1 
14 281 
14 32 



D. H. M. 

16 14 34 
17(14 36 

18|14 38 
19114 42 
20 14 44 



H. M. |D. 

14 46 126 



14 46 
14 48 
14 48 
14 50 



H. M. 

14 50 
14 52 
14 54 
14 54 

14 56 



Moon's Changes, Fulls and Quarters. 
D First Quarter, 6th day, llh. 2m. in the evening. — W. 
O Full Moon, 13th day, 6h. 18m. in the evening. — E. 
<I Last Quarter, 20th day, lOh. 43m. in the morning. — S.W. 
New Moon, 28th day, lOh. 47m. in the morning. — S. E. 



t 


i 


Courts — Supreme Judicial, 
Probate, U. S. District. 


9r. 


©*• 


r.@s. 


High 


i 


ft 


h.m. 


h.m. 


h. m. 


water. 


i 


Th 




5 1 


6 59 


10 2\ 51 


2 


Fri 




5 


7 


10 45 


1 26 


3 


Sa 




4 59 


7 1 


11 32 


2 6 


4 


Su 




4 58 


7 2 


morn. 


2 50 


5 


M 


f S. J. C, Trial, Nashua, F. 


4 56 


7 4 


14 


3 39 


6 


Tu 


-{ C. Tarn worth, P. C. Keene, 


4 55 


7 5 


43 


4 37 


7 


W 


( P. C. Dover, P. C. Lancaster. 


4 54 


7 6 


1 13 


5 49 


8 


Th 


•{ U. S, C. Court, Portsmouth. 


4 53 


7 7 


1 40 


7 7 


9 


Fri 




4 52 


7 8 


2 11 


8 13 





Sa 




4 51 


7 9 


2 33 


9 10 


1 


Su 




4 50 


7 10 


3 2 


10 


2 


M 




4 48 


7 12 


3 34 


10 47 


3 


Tu 


•{ P. C. Portsmouth. 


4 47 


7 13 


rises. 


11 31 


4 


W 


{ P. C. Exeter. 


4 46 


7 14 


8 55 


morn. 


5 


Th 




4 44 


7 16 


9 58 


20 


6 


Fri 




4 43 


7 17 


10 45 


1 6 


7 


Sa 




4 42 


7 18 


11 29 


1 45 


8 


Su 


fS. J. C, Trial, Plymouth, P. 


4 41 


7 19 


morn. 


2 33 


9 


M 


| C. Keene, P. C. Gilford, P. 


4 39 


7 21 


5 


3 28 





Tu 


i C. Plymouth, P. C. Plaistow. 


4 38 


7 22 


34 


4 28 


1 


w 


i P. C. Deny. 


4 37 


7 23 


1 4 


5 37 


2 


Th 


1 P. C. Chester. 


4 37 


7 23 


1 22 


6 50 


3 


Fri 


\ P. C. Deerfield. 


4 36 


7 24 


1 51 


7 52 




Sa 




4 36 


7 24 


2 17 


8 47 


5 


Su 


f S. J, C, Trial, Dover, 


4 35 


7 25 


2 41 


9 31 


6 


M 


1 P. C. Concord, P. C. Man- 


4 35 


7 25 


3 8 


10 7 


7 


Tu 


{ Chester. 

\ P. C. Claremont. 


4 34 


7 26 


3 44 


10 47 


8 


W 


4 33 


7 27 


sets. 


11 21 


9 


Th 




4 33 


7 27 


8 53 


11 56 





Fri 


*j P. C. Peterborough. 


4 32 


7 28 


9 32 


ev. 35 


1 


Sa 




4 32 


7 28 


10 1 11 



1* 



10 



JUNE, 6th Month— 30 days. 



[1862 



Length of Days. 



Id. 


H. M.| 


D. 


H. M. 


D.'.H. M.j 


d.Ih. m.| 


d.Ih. m.I 


D. 


H. M.j| 


1 


14 58 


6 


15 4 


1115 8| 


16 15 10| 


21)15 12| 


•26 


15 12|| 


2 


15 


7 


15 4 


12115 101 


17.U5 121 


22,15 12 


27 


15 121 


3 


15 


8 


15 6 


13|15 10| 


18[15 12 


23115 12 


28 


15 12 1 


4 


15 2 


9 


15 8 


14115 10| 


19115 12! 


24115 12 


29 


15 121 1 


5 


15 2 


10 


15 8 


|15 15 10| 20J15 12 1 


25 15 12 


30 


15 10|| 



Moon's Changes, Fulls and Quarters. 
D First Quarter, 5th day, lOh. 22m. in the morning.— 
O Full Moon, 12th day, lh. 33m. in the morning. — S, 
d Last Quarter, 18th day, lOh. 7m. in the evening. — 
@ New Moon, 27th day, 2h. 7m. in the morning. — N. 



•N.E 

N.E 
E. 



3 A 



Courts — Supreme Judicial, 
Probate, U. S. District. 



h.m, 



©s. 
h.m. 



r.g|s 
h. m 



Eigl 

watei 



IjSu 
2M 
3Tu 



W 

Th 
6,Fri 

7Sa 

8Su 

9M 

lOTu 

11 W 

12 Th 

13 Fri 

14 Sa 
15 ! Su 



M 

Tu 

W 

Th 

Fri 

Su 

M 

Tu 

W 

Th 

Fri 

8a 

Su 



16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30'M 



S. J. C, Law, Manchester. 
P. C. Somersworth, P. Q 
Keene, P. C. Ossipee Corner 



■{ P. C. Exeter. 



S. J. C, Law, Exeter, U. S.D 
Court, Exeter, P. C. Keene 
P. C. Gilford, P. C. Canaan, 



i P. C. Concord, P. C. Nashua, 
-{ P. C. Newport. 



<J P. C. Amherst. 



29 10 31 

30 11 9 


30 11 34 


31 morn. 


31 


3 


32 


22 


32 


46 


33 


1 23 


34 


2 


34 


2 38 


34 


3 20 


34 


rises. 


35 


9 16 


35 


9 55 


35 


10 28 


35 


10 58 


35 


11 18 


36 


11 43 


36 


morn. 


36 


6 


36 


32 


36 


1 2 


36 


1 31 


36 


2 10 


36 


2 47 


36 


3 44 


36 


sets. 


36 


8 30 


36 


9 


35 


9 26 



1 3 

2 1 
3 

3 4 

4 4 

5 5 

7 2 

8 3 

9 3 

10 2 

11 1 
morr 



1 
2 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 



9 2 
10 1 

10 I 

11 I 

ev. 


1 



J62.1 



JULY, 7th Month— 31 days. 



11 



Length of Days. 



D. H. M. 

1|15 10 
2; 15 10, 
3,15 81 
4|15 81 



6|15 
7115 
8| 15 
9115 



II* 

n 



5|15 6||10jl5 



11|15 
12114 58 
13 | 14 56 
14|14 54 



|d.,h. m.i|d.|h. m.||d.|h. M.j| 
|16|14 50||2l|l4 42|i2G 14 32|| 
1 171 14 SOi |23I14 40|!27|14 301 | 
18J14 48! |23|.l4 33 [ j 28 1 1 4 28 1 
19] 14 461 124114 361 129(14 ?~ 



15|I4 o2i J2Q|14 44jl25|l4 34||30jl4 24|| 



Moon's Changes, Fulls and Quarters. 
) First Quarter, 4th day, 6h. 14m. in the evening — S. 
) Full Moon, 11th day, 8h. 24m. in the morning.— N. W. 
[ Last Quarter, 18th day, Oh. 35m. in the evening. — W. 
| New Moon, 26th day, 4h. 12m. in the evening. — S. W. 



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©•r. 


©*• 


r.®s. 


High 


i 


Probate, U. S. District. 


h. m 


h.m. 


h. m. 


water. 


Tu { S.J. C., Law, Newport, P. C. 


4 25 


7 35 


9 52 


1 45 


W ; | Conway, P, C. Keene, P. C. 


4 25 


7 35 


10 19 


2 27 


Th ! I Rochester, P'. C. Berlin. 


4 26 


7 34 


10 48 


3 8 


Frii 


4 26 


7 34 


11 13 


3 56 


Sa 




4 27 


7 33 


11 41 


5 1 


Scr 




4 27 


7 33 


morn. 


6 18 


M 




4 27 


7 33 


15 


7 45 


Tu 


{ P. C. Portsmouth. 


4 28 


7 32 


55 


9 2 


W 


i P. C. Exeter. 


4 28 


7 32 


1 52 


10 1 


Th 




4 29 


7 31 


2 52 


10 52 


Fri 




4 30 


7 30 


rises. 


11 39 


Sa 




4 31 


7 29 


8 13 


morn. 


Su 




4 32 


7 28 


8 46 


19 


M 


( S. J. C, Law, Lancaster, P. 


4 33 


7 27 


9 6 


57 


Tu 


1 C. Keene, P. C. Gilford, P. 


4 34 


7 26 


9 41 


1 32 


W 


{ C. Bristol. 


4 35 


7 25 


10 1 


2 10 


Th 




4 35 


7 25 


10 29 


2 47 


Fri 




4 36|7 24 


10 55 


3 33 


Sa 




4 377 23 


11 26 


4 24 


Su 




4 38|7 22 


11 58 


5 30 


M 


f P. C. Concord, P. C. Man- 


4 39 7 21 


morn. 


6 41 


Tu 


-{ Chester. 


4 40 


7 20 


42 


7 59 


W 




4 41 


7 19 


1 23 


8 54 


Th 




4 42 


7 18 


2 21 


9 43 


Fri 


■{ P. C. Francestown. 


4 43 


7 17 


3 15 


10 24 


Sa 




4 44 


7 16 


sets. 


10 42 


Su 




4 45 7 15 


7 27 


11 40 


M 




4 46 


7 14 


7 55 


ev. 14 


Tu 




4 47 


7 13 


8 19 


48 


W 


-{ P. C. Claremont. 


4 48 


7 12 


8 43 


1 17 


Th 




4 49 


7 11 


9 8 


1 53 



12 



AUGUST, 8th Month— 31 days. [1862, 



Length of Days. 



D.JH. M. 


d.Ih. M.I 


d.Ih. m. 


Id. 


H. M.j 


D. 


H. M. |D. 


H. M.l 


1|14 20 


6 14 10 


11|14 


16 


13 48 1 


21 


13 36 




13 22 1 


2114 18 


7 14 8| 


12113 58 


17 


13 461 


2-2 


13 32 


|27 


13 181 


3|14 16 


8 


14 6| 


J3|13 56 


18 


13 44 J 


23 


13 30 


,28 


13 16| 


4,14 14 


9 


14 41 


14113 54 


19 


13 40; 




13 26 


29 


13 141 


5 14 12 


10 


14 2 


15|13 52 


20 13 38 | 


25 


13 24 


|30 


13 10 1 



Moon's Changes, Fulls and Quarters. 
D First Quarter, 3d day, Oh. 9m. in the morning. — W. 
O Full Moon, 9th day, 4h. 54m. in the evening. — E. 
<i Last Quarter, 17th day, 4h. 51m. in the morning. — SL 
J® New Moon, 25th day, 4h. 52m. in the morning. — E. 



Courts — Supreme Judicial, 
Probate, U. S. District. 



©r- 
h. m. 



h, 



r.@s. 


h. m. 


9 38 


10 14 


10 57 


11 45 


morn. 


O 51 


1 53 


3 8 


rises. 


7 7 


7 35 


8 11 


8 27 


8 56 


9 29 


10 3 


10 43 


11 25 


morn. 


15 


1 14 


2 15 


3 19 


4 22 


sets. 


6 56 


7 22 


7 53 


8 29 


9 7 


9 56 



High 
water, 



Fri 

Sa 

Su 

M 

Tu 

W 

Th 

Fri 

Sa 

Su 

M 

Tu 

W 

Th 

Fri 

Sa 

Su 

M 

Tu 

W 

Th 

Fri 

Sa 

Su 

M 

Tu 

W 

Th 

Fri 

Sa 

Su 



f P. C. Tamworth, P. C. Plais- 

" tow, P. C. Keene, P. C. Do- 
ver. 
P. C. Deny. 

-I P. C. Chester. 

\ P. C. Deerfield. 



\ P. C. Exeter. 



S.J. C, Trial, Concord, P. C. 
1 Gilford, P. C. Wentworth, 
' P. C. Keene. 



{ P. C. Concord, P. C. Nashua. 
\ P. C. Newport. 

■{ P. C. Peterborough. 



4 50,7 

4 51j7 

4 52|7 

4 53 7 



6 

6 

6 

8.! 6 52 

10 6 50 

11 6 49 

12 6 48 
5 14 6 46 
5 15 6 45 

17 6 43 

18 6 42 



2 33 

3 25 

4 31 

5 58 

7 38 

8 24 

9 52 

10 42 

11 20 
11 35 
morn. 

30 

1 5 
1 38 
2 
3 
3 
4 
6 
7 



19 6 41 

21 6 39 

22 6 38 

23 6 37 
25 6 35 
2616 34 



16 


47 

44 
6 

27 

8 31 

9 24 
10 6 

10 551 

11 21 
11 55 j 
ev.3Cf 

1 5j 

1 46 

2 29 

3 3( ! 



862.] SEPTEMBER, 9th Month— 30 days. 



13! 



Length of Days. 



JD.lH. M. 


D. 


1 1|13 6 


6 


1 2113 4 


7 


1 3|l3 


8 


1 4112 58 


9 


| 5|l2 54 


1 10 



h. m.Hd.Ih. m. 
12 52||ll|l2 38 
12 481 112|12 34 
12 46 1 13112 32 
12 441 1 14112 30 
12 40 |15 12 28 



H. M. 

12 24 
12 22 
12 20 
12 10 
12 14 



h. m.Md.Ih. m. 



12 12 1 
12 81 
12 6 1 
12 21 
12 



26|ll 56|| 
27111 541 
28|ll S0|i 
29 11 48 1 1 
30 1 11 44l| 



Moon's Changes, Fulls and Quarters. 
D First Quarter, 1st day, 5h. 31m. in the morning. — N. 
3 Full Moon, 8th day, 3h. 11m. in the morning.— S. W. 
([ Last Quarter, 16th day, llh. 44m. in the morning. — W. 
H New Moon, 23d day, 4h. 32m. in the evening. — S. W. 
D First Quarter, 30th day, llh. 34m. in the morning. — E. 



£ 


Courts — Supreme Judicial, 


Qr. 


©s- 


r.®s. 


High 


A 


Probate, U. S. District. 


h.m. 


h.m. 


h. m. 


water. 


IM 


f S. J. C, Trial, Dover, S. J. 


5 27 


6 33 


10 59 


4 46 


ITu 


< C, Trial, Amherst, S. J. C, 


5 28 


6 32 


11 58 


6 15 


)W 


Trial, Newport, P. C. Ossi- 


5 30 


6 30 


morn. 


7 44 


tTh 


pee Corner, P. C. Farming- 


5 31 


6 29 


1 4 


8 53 


>Fri 


ton, P. C. Keene,P. C. Cole- 


5 33 


6 27 


2 17 


9 47 


>Sa 


brook. 


5 34 


6 26 


3 30 


10 31 


'Su 




5 36 


6 24 


4 46 


11 8 


SM 




5 37 


6 23 


rises. 


11 40 


>Tu 


{ P. C. Portsmouth. 


5 38 


6 22 


6 42 


morn. 


)W 


{ P. C. Exeter. 


5 40 


6 20 


7 14 


14 


Th 




5 41 


6 19 


7 41 


48 


JFri 




5 43 


6 17 


8 9 


1 24 


5Sa 




5 44 


6 16 


8 53 


1 58 


tSu 




5 45 


6 15 


9 48 


2 43 


)M 


( U. S. D. C. Portsmouth, P. 


5 46 


6 14 


10 23 


3 34 


)Tu 


} C. Gilford, P. C. Keene, P. 


5 48 


6 12 


11 25 


4 33 


J VV 


( C. Lisbon. 


5 49 


6 11 


morn. 


5 51 


STh 




5 50 


6 10 


19 


7 8 


)Fri 




5 52 


6 8 


1 22 


8 15 


)Sa 




5 53 


6 7 


2 24 


9 9 


i Su 




5 54 


6 6 


3 31 


9 53 


2M 


f S. J. C, Trial, Gilford, P, C. 


5 56 


6 4 


4 40 


10 33 


5Tu 


«( Concord, P. C. Manchester. 


5 58 


6 2 


sets. 


11 10 


tw 


\ P. C. Claremont. 


6 


5 


6 12 


11 47 


>Th 




6 2 


5 58 


6 43 


ev. 24 


>Fri 


1 P. C. Amherst. 


6 3 


5 57 


7 37 


1 5 


' Sa 




6 5 


5 55 


8 18 


1 48 


SSu 




6 6 


5 54 


9 8 


2 41 


>M 




6 7 


5 53 


10 4 


3 42 


)Tu 




6 8 


5 52!ll 9 


5 3 



14 



OCTOBER, 10th Month— 31 days. [1862, 



Length of Days. 



D. H. M. 

l|ll 42 
2,11 40 
3 11 36 
4,11 34 

5 11 33 



H. M. 

11 28 
11 26 
11 24 
It 20 
11 18 



D.JH. M. 

11] 11 16 

12 11 12 

13,11 10 
14111 6 

115111 4 



H. M. 
U 

10 58 
10 54 
10 52 
10 48 



H. m.Md.ih. m.i| 
10 46||26|10 32 
10 42 27110 30 



10 40 
10 38 
10 34 



28 10 26 
|29|10 24| 
130110 22i 



Moon's Changes , Fulls and Quarters. 
O Full Moon, 7th day, 4h. 7m. in the evening.-— N. E. 
d Last Quarter, 15th day, 7h. 5m. in the evening. — N. 
H New Moon, 23d day, 3h. 7m. in the morning.— N. E. 
D First Quarter, 29th day, 7h. 14m. in the evening. — S. 



8 


£ 


Courts — Supreme Judicial, 
Probate, U. S. District. 


©r. 


©s. 


r.®s. 


High 


p 


Q 


h.m. 


h.m. 


h. m. 


water. 


1 


vv 




6 9 


5 51 


morn. 


6 31 


2 


Th 




6 10 


5 50 


28 


7 50 


3 


Fri 




6 12 


5 48 


1 41 


8 54 


4 


Sa 




6 13 


5 47 


2 54 


9 42 


5 


Su 


fS. J. C, Trial, Haverhill, 


6 14 


5 46 


4 


10 18 


6 


M 


1 F. C. Dover, P. C. Conway, 


6 16 


5 44 


5 8 


10 55 


7 


Tu 


^P.C.Keene. 

<{ U. S. C. Court, Exeter. 


6 17 


5 43 


rises. 


11 31 


8 


W 


6 18 


5 42 


6 1 


morn. 


9 


Th 




6 20 


5 40 


6 35 


5 


10 


Fri 




6 21 


5 39 


7 11 


41 


11 


Sa 




6 22 


5 38 


7 58 


1 16 


12 


Su 




6 24 


5 36 


8 38 


1 55 


13 


M 




6 25 


5 35 


9 34 


2 37 


14 


Tu 




6 27 


5 33 


10 28 


3 25 


15 


W 


{ P. C. Exeter. 


6 28 


5 32 


11 28 


4 17 


16 


Th 




6 29 


5 31 


morn. 


5 29 


17 


Fri 




6 31 


5 29 


24 


6 37 


18 


Sa 




6 32 


5 27 


1 24 


7 41 


19 


Su 


'S.J C, Trial, Ossipee, S. J. 


6 33 


5 26 


2 31 


8 44 


20 


M 


C, Trial, Portsmouth, S. J. 


6 34 


5 24 


3 38 


9 32 


21 


Tu 


i C, Trial, Keene, P. C Gil- 


6 36 


5 23 


4 31 


10 16 


22 


W 


ford, P. C. Haverhill, P. C. 


6 37 


5 21 


6 2 


10 55 


23 


Th 


[ Keene. 


6 39 


5 20 


sets. 


11 37 


24 


Fri 




6 40 


5 19 


6 15 


ev. 17 


25 


Sa 




6 41 


5 17 


7 3 


1 2 


26 


Su 




6 43 


5 16 


8 5 


1 53 


27 


M 


f S. J. C, Trial, Lancaster, P. 


6 44 


5 15 


9 15 


2 44 


28 


Tu 


■1 C. Concord, P. C. Nashua. 
\ P. C Newport. 


6 47 


5 13 


10 28 


3 43 


29 


W 


6 48 


5 12 


11 42 


4 57 


30 


Tl, 




6 49 


5 11 


morn. 


6 19 


31 


Fri 


•{ P. C. Francestown. 


6 51 


5 9 


57 


7 34 



862.1 NOVEMBER, 11th Month— 30 days. 15 


Length of Days. 


i 


). H. M.l 


d.Ih. m. 


D. 


H. M. 


|d.|h. m.||d.| 


h. m.IId.jh. m 






I JO 16 


6110 41 


u 


9 52 


16 1 9 42 1 121 ] 


9 32 1 


26|9 24 




2 10 141 


7110 21 


12 


9 50 


17} 9 401 122 


9 301 


27,9 22 




3 10 12| 


8 10 0| 


13 


9 48 


18|9 38 1 i 23 1 


9 28 


28|9 20 




4 10 B. 


9i9 56j]14 


9 46 


1919 36, 241 


9 26j 


29 9 18 




5 10 6 


10|9 54||15 


9 44 


|20|9 34|]25| 


9 261 


30|9 16 


Moon's Changes, Fulls and Quarters. 


Full Moon, 6th day, 8h. 18m. in the morning.— N. W. 


d Last Quarter, 14th day, lh. 31m. in the evening. — W. 


% New Moon, 21st day, lh. 42m. in the evening. — S. 


]) First Quarter, 28th day, 3h. 30m. in the morning. — 1 


tf.W. 


£ 


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Probate, U. S. District. |h.m.|h. m. 


r.®s.| 


High 


A 


h. m. [water. 


LSa 


f P. C. Keene, P. C. Lancas- 


6 52 


5 8 2 6 


8 33 


2Su 


ter, P. C. Somersworth, P. 


6 53 


5 7 


3 14 


9 23 


3M 


C. Tamworth, P. C. Ports- 


6 54 


5 6 


4 17 


10 3 


iTu 


■{ mouth. 

\ P. C. Exeter. 


6 56 


5 4 


5 20 


10 41 


3 W 


6 57 


5 3 


6 24 


11 14 


5Th 




6 58 


5 2 


rises. 


11 49 


7 Fri 




6 59 


5 1 


5 52 


morn. 


3Sa 




7 


5 


6 33 


23 


)Su 




7 2 


4 58 


7 19 


56 


)M 




7 3 


4 57 


8 14 


1 33 


iTu 




7 4 


4 56 


9 10 


2 8 


IW 




7 5 


4 55 


10 12 


2 29 


3Th 




7 6 


4 54 


11 12 


3 35 


I Fri 




7 7 


4 53 


morn. 


4 31 


>Sa 




7 8 


4 52 


13 


5 32 


5Su 




7 9 


4 51 


1 24 


6 56 


rM 


( S. J. C, Trial, Plymouth, P. 


7 10 


4 50 


2 31 


8 1 


STu 


{ C. Keene, P.O. Plymouth, P. 


7 11 


4 49 


3 40 


9 1 


)W 


( C. Gilford. 


7 12 


4 48 


4 52 


9 50 


)Th 




7 13 


4 47 


6 6 


10 36 


Fri 




7 14 


4 46 


sets. 


11 20 


►Sa 




7 15 


4 45 


5 47 


ev. 7 


sSu 




7 16 


4 44 


6 51 


52 


M 


f P. C. Concord, P. C. Man- 


7 17 


4 43 


8 4 


1 38 


Tu 


-j Chester. 


7 17 


4 43 


9 22 


2 26 


W 


-j P. C. Claremont. 


7 18 


4 42 


10 33 


3 16 


Th 




7 19 


4 41 


11 42 


4 7 


Fri 


i P. C. Mason Village. 


7 20 


4 40 


morn. 


5 15 


Sa 




7 21 


4 39 


51 


6 24 


Su 




7 22 


4 38J 2 5 


7 37 



16 DECEMBER, 12th Month— 31 days. [1862. 


Length of Days. 


d.Ih.m. 
119 14 
219 12 
3|9 12 
4j9 10 


d.|h.m.| 
519 8| 

6|9 61 

719 4| 
89 4 


D. H.M. 

99 2 

10 9 

11 9 

12J8 58 


D. 

13 
14 
15 
16 


H.M.I 

8 58 1 
8 581 
8 56 1 
8 56 1 


D. 

17 

18 
19 

20 


H.M.| 

8 561 

8 56j 
8 561 
8 56] 


d.|h.m. 

2118 56 
22|8 56 
23 8 56 
24 1 8 56 


D. 

25 

26 
27 
28 


h.m.| 

8 561 
8 56 1 
8 581 
8 58 1 


d.|h.m. 
2919 
30|9 
3119 2 



Moon's Changes , Fulls and Quarters. 
O Full Moon, 6th day, 3h. 2m. in the morning.— S. W. 
d Last Quarter, 14th day, 5h. 32m. in the morning. — S. 
New Moon, 21st day, Oh. 18m. in the morning. — N. E. 
D First Quarter, 27th day, 7h. 21m. in the evening. — S. 



Courts — Supreme Judicial, 
Probate, U. S. District. 



©r. 
h.m. 



©■■: 

h.m. 



r.@s, 
h. m. 



High 
water. 



M 

Tu 

W 

Th 

Fri 

Sa 

Su 

M 

Tu 

W 

Th 

Fri 

Sa 

Su 

M 

Tu 

W 

Th 

Fri 

Sa 

Su 

M 

Tu 

W 

Th 

Fri 

Sa 

Su 

M 

Tu 

W 



S. J. C, Law, Concord, P. C. 
Ossipee Cor., P. C. Plaistow, 
P. C. Rochester, P. C. Keene. 

{ P. C. Chester. 

| P. C. Deerfield. 

P. C. Derry, Wednesday, 3d. 



f U. S. D. C. Exeter, P. C. 
I Keene, P. C. Canaan, P. C. 
\ Gilford, S. J. C.,Law, Dover. 
1 P. C. Exeter. 



f P. C. Concord, P. C. Nashua, 
| S. J. C, Law, Keene, U. S. 
^ D. C. Exeter. 
<( P. C. Exeter, 



^ P. C. Amherst. 



S. J. C, Law, Haverhill. 
P. C. Newport. 



rises 
6 

6 56 

7 55 

8 52 

9 48 

10 55 

11 57 
morn. 

1 4 



8 49 

9 24 
10 6 

10 46 

11 21 
11 56 
morn. 

30 

1 3 

1 38 

2 10 

2 46 

3 34 

4 26 



17 
26 
44 
48 
57 
sets. 

6 33 

7 47 
9 6 

10 16 

11 25 
morn 

30 

1 34 

2 36 

3 32 



9 
10 

10 52 

11 41 

ev. 24 
52 

1 
2 
3 
4 

5 
6 

7 



48 

26 

10 



2 

14 

22 

8 30 



STATISTICS 



The first Code of Laws enacted in New -Hampshire, 

through Regal Power, and by the legally constituted 

" Generall Assembly ," was made at Portsmouth^ in 

the year 1679-80. 

" The Generall Lawes and Liberties of the Province 
of New-Hampshire made by the Generall Assembly In 
Portsmouth the 16th of March 1679-80, and Approved 
by the President and Councill, " For as much as it 
hath pleased our Sovereigne Lord, the King, out of his 
princely Grace and favourite takes vs the inhabitants 
of New-Hampshire into his imediate Government and 
Protection the which as we are ever bound, to acknowl- 
edge with great thankfulness, soe we have great reason 
to hope and believe that his Majesty will still continue 
to countenance and encourage vs with the injoyment of 
such Libertyes imunities and properties, as belong to 
free borne Englishmen whereas his Majesty hath been 
pleased by his Letters Pattents sent to us to confere such 
power vpon the Generall Assembly as to make such 
Lawes and Ordinances as may best sute with the good 
government and quiet settlement of his Majesties sub- 
jects within this province : 

It is therefore ordered and inacted by this Generall 
Assembly and the authority thereof that no act imposi- 
tion law or ordinance be made or imposed vpon vs but 
such as shall be made by the said Assembly and approved 
by the President and Councill from time to time. 

That Justice and right be equally and imparshally 
administered vnto all not sold denied or causelessly 
deferred vnto any." 

(Here follows on the Kecords several references to 
Statutes enacted under previous Kings.) 

The Code of Laws consists of some seventy articles ; 
some of them are subdivided. Several of the articles for 
the punishment of crimes committed, are founded on 
passages in the Old Testament. 



18 STATISTICS. 

A few extracts are given, in the following, to show the 
style of language and orthography, &c. 

"Cappitall Lawes. 

1. IdoUitry. It is inacted by the Assembly and the 
authority threof that if any person haueing had the 
knowledge of the true God openly and manifestly have 
or worship any other G-od but the Lord God he shall be 
put to death Ex. xxii. 20, Deu. xiii. 6 & 10. 

2. Blasspkemy. If any person within the Province 
Proffessing the true God shall wittingly and willingly 
presume to Blasspheme the wholly name of God father 
son or holy Ghost with direct express presumptious or 
high handed blassphemy either by willfull or obstinate 
denying the true God or his creation or government of 
the world or shall curse God father son or holy-Ghost 
such person shall be put to death Levit. xxiv. 15 & 16. 

3. Treason. Treason against the person of our Sov- 
ereigne the king, the State and Comonwealth of Eng- 
land shall be punished with death. 

4. Publique Rebellion. If any man conspire and 
attempt any invasion or insurection, or publique rebell- 
ion against this his Majesties province, or shall endeavor 
to surprise any town or townes, or fort therein, or shall 
treacherosly, perfideusly attempt the alteration subver- 
sion of the foundmentall frame of the Government ac- 
cording his majesties constitution by his letters pattents 
every such person shall be put to death or otherwise 
greviously punished." 

The following extracts are promiscuously taken from 
the Journals of the Assembly, to show the places where 
held, and in some respects the peculiarity of the acts 
which were passed. 

" At a Gen er all Assembly, held at Great Island, for the 
Province (of New Hampshire) on "Wednesday the fiirst 
of March 169f 

Present, the Lievt. Govern er, 

John Hincks "1 Henry Greene "] 

Nath ffryer I ™ Nath "Weare [ Esqrs. 

Pvobert Elliott ( JJiS( i rs - Eich "Waldron J 

Peter Coffin J 



STATISTICS. 19 

Ordered that the House be settled and that a speaker 
be chosen. 

The other House being called up, the Lievt Governer 
made a speech to them. 

Ordered that new ritts be issued out to elect other 
[Representatives in the roome of those whoe refused to 
sweare. 

Adiourned to Thursday March 2, 10 in the fforenoone. 

(Met according to adjournment — present as above.) 

The other House presented Mr. John Gilman for their 
speaker whoe was accepted and approved off by this 
House. The coppy of all the ffees as they were setled 
in the tyme of Gen. Edmd. Andrews being read, were 
allowed off bill further order. 

A Bill from the other House concerning the manner 
of swearing — 

Ordered that the Act concerning corne melds and 
ffences be considered off and amended. 

Ordered that the Bill concerning the manner of 
swearing be taken into consideracon, and that Mr. Wal- 
dron be desired to bring the Laws of New York that 
this Board may consider of the same. 

Mr. Nathaniel Weare desires this Board would order 
his Sureties Bonds, that were entered into the Prison 
keeper for his appearance, might be delivered up, and 
that he may have liberty to sue for his damages upon 
reading his Mittimus and Bonds. It is ordered that 
Mr. Weare move it at the next Quarter Sessions. 

Adiourned to ffriday 3d March 169f at 10 a clock. 

(Met according to adjournment — present as before 
with the) "addition of William Yaughan Councillor. 

The other House sent up a Bill that the Oaths ap- 
pointed by Act of Parliament to be taken instead of the 
oaths of allegiance and supremacy may be administered 
to all male Persons from 16 years ould and upwards, the 
which being read reiected for that their Majesties com- 
mand has sufficiently provided it. 

Vpon reading the Bill concerning the manner of 
swearing, ordered that in regard it is but matter of sere- 
mony (the oath being the same) that the said bill be 
passed. 



20 STATISTICS. 

Major Elias Styleman, Capt. John Pickering, Mr. 
Samuel Yease, Cap t. Henry Dowe,Mr. Thomas ffillbruek, 
Mr. Joseph Swett, Capt. John Woodman, Mr. William 
ffurbur, Capt. John Gilman, Capt. Jonathan Thing, 
Mr. Thomas Dymond, Lievt. John Tuttle, were all 
sworn and subscribed thereoff, they being returned as 
Representatives. 

Held by Prorogation att Hampton, Tuesday Septem- 
ber 22, 1696. 

Present the Lievt. Governor : 
Nathaniel Fryar, "] Nathaniel Wear, 



Robert Elliott, j-Esqrs. Shad. Walton, j-Esqrs. 
Hen. Green, J Joseph Smith, J 

The Lievt. Governor sent to the other House and rec- 
omended to them his last speech and desired their speedy 
dispatch. 

(Held September 23, 1696 — Present as above.) 

A particular account of what debts are already due 
from the Province, Eecomended to the Assembly for 
their consideration. 

To 40 soldiers in Garrisons Pay and Subsistence from 
the last payment the 8th Aprill to the 8th October : 

£. s. d. 
500 00 00 
To Capt. Walton for himself and Soldiers 

att the King's Fort to the 10th May last 61 11 00 
To Capt. Walton for himself and soldiers 

from 10th May to 10th November next 91 15 00 

To due to sundrys whose acco'tts are ready 

past 22 00 00 

To Jno. Battson for mending the house att 

the Fourt 5 00 00 

To a flfragg for the King's Fourts 10 00 00 

To due to ball, the Treasurer's Acc'tt 21 06 04 

£737 12 04 

A vote was sent up for continuing the Act of Import 
and Excise — and a vote to give vnto his Majesty the 
sum of six hundred pounds for payment of soldiers and 
subsistance for time past and to come. 



STATISTICS. 21 

The Assembly sent up an answer to the Lievt. Gover- 
nor's speech: viz., that they was very sensible of the 
necessity of raising money for payment and subsistance 
of the souldiers, but such was their poverty and scarcity 
of corn and prospect of a better crop this year that they 
could raise no more att present then £600 00s. OOd. 
as see on file. 

A vote was sent to the Assembly that an humble 
adress might be made to his most sacred Majesty to send 
a Generall Governor over these his Governmts and to 
annex vs in his princely Wisdome he shall see meett." 

(Adjourned to Sept. 24 — Present as before.) 
This day the Governor reduced his bill for an appro- 
priation some 37 pounds, and urged it further, but the 
House stood firm and rejected the raising more money at 
present, urging the poverty of the country in excuse and 
after the exchange of several papers such as messages 
from the Governor and answers to the same by the 
House, the Governor dissolved the House in the follow- 
ing language: 

" If for want of money for provisions, the country be 
lost, the blameable cause will lye att your dore. I shall 
lay the same before the King by this Conveiance, and 
shall wait for orders and Directions from him : soe Gen- 
tlemen I dissolve you and in his Majesty's name, you 
are dissolved." 

The qualifications for a voter in 1680. 

" It is ordered, by this Assembly and authority thereof 
that all Englishmen being Protestants that are settled 
inhabitants and free holders in any towne of the prov- 
ince of the age of 24 years not vicious in Life but of 
honest and good conversation and such as haue £20 rate- 
able estate without heads of persons hauing also taken 
the oath of Alleigance to his Majesty, and no others 
shall be admitted to the Liberty of being freemen of 
this province and giue theire votes for the choise of 
deputies for the Generall Assembly, Constables select- 
men Jurors and other officers and concernes in the 
Towne where they dwell provided this order giue no 



22 



STATISTICS. 



Liberty to any person or persons to vote in the dispos- 
sion or distribusion of any Lands timber or other pro- 
prieties in the Towne but such as haue Keall right thereto 
and if any difference arise about said Eight of voting, 
It shall be judged and determined by the President and 
Council with the Generall Assembly of this Province." . 



State of the votes cast for the choice of Electors for Presi- 
dent and Vice-President of the United States in New- 
Hampshire, November 6, 1860. 



Charles B. Haddock, 407 

Isaac Riddle, 406 

John F. Moses,.., 405 

John H. Lancaster, 406 

Enoch G. Wood, 405 

Henry P. Rolfe, .25,657 

George W. Stevens, 25.658 

William C. Clarke, 25^50 

Thomas W. Gilmore, 25,649 

John G. Sinclair, 25,643 



Abner Greenleaf, 2,094 

George McDaniel, 2,081 

Israel Hunt, 2,081 

Austin Corbin, 2,081 

James B. Sumner, 2,093 

John Sullivan, 37,268 

Ebenezer Stevens, 37,269 

David Gillis, 37,269 

Nathaniel Tolles, 37,258 

Daniel Blaisdell, 37,266 



Gosport did not vote. Strafford and Errol, their' votes 
were not officially counted. 

Tuesday, Dec. 4, 1860, the Electors met at the State 
House, and organized by the choice of Hon. John Sulli- 
van, President of the College, and by appointing Benja- 
min F. Prescott, Secretary. 

On Wednesday, December 5, 1860, the college of 
Elector cast their votes for President and vice-Presi- 
dent for the nineteenth term : 

Abraham Lincoln had 5 votes for President. 
Hannibal Hamlin had 5 votes for Vice-President. 

Subsequently Abraham Lincoln, of Springfield, Illi- 
nois, was declared elected President of the United States 
for the next four years, beginning March 4, 1861 ; and 
Hannibal Hamlin, of the State of Maine, Yice-Presi- 
dent. 



STATISTICS. 23 

REPRESENTATIVES TO CONGRESS. 

The state of the vote, as declared in May, 1861, by the 
Governor and Council, for three Representatives to 
Congress. 

District No. 1, formed of the counties of Rockingham, 
Strafford, Belknap and Carroll : 

Gilman Marston had 13,055 

Daniel Marcy had 11,642 

District No. 2, formed of Merrimack and Hillsbo- 
rough : 

Edward H. Rollins had 10,763 

Samuel D. Bell had 9,791 

District No. 3, formed of Cheshire, Sullivan, Grafton 
and Coos : 

Thomas M. Edwards had 11,778 

William Burns had 9,940 

Scattering votes in District 1, 76; District 2, 78; 
District 3, 60. 



COUNCIL DISTRICTS. 

Official state of the vote given for Councillors in 
1861: 

District No. 1 contains the County of Rockingham ; 
Allenstown, Bow, Canterbury, Chichester, Concord, Ep- 
som, Loudon, Northfleld, Pembroke and Pittsfield, in 
the County of Merrimack. 

"Whole number of votes returned, 15,075 

Necessary to a choice,..., 7,538 

Considered as scattering, 70 

James H. Butler 6,939 

Richard P. J. Tenney, 8,063 

District No. 2. The Counties of Strafford, Belknap 
and Carroll : 

Whole number of votes returned, 14,445 

Necessary to a choice, 7,223 

Considered as scattering, 10 

Moulton H. Marston had 6,916 

Daniel Sawyer had 7,519 



24 STATISTICS. 

District 3S o. 3. The County of Hillsborough ; An- 
dover, Boscawen, Bradford, Dumbarton, Franklin, Hen- 
niker, Hooksett, Hopkinton, Newbury, New-London, 
Salisbury, Sutton, Warner and Wilmot, in the County 
of Merrimack: 

Whole number of votes returned, 16,066 

Necessary to a choice, 8,034 

Considered as scattering, 51 

James F. Briggs had 7,566 

Moody Currier had 8,389 

District No. 4. The Counties of Cheshire and Sulli- 
van: 

Whole number of votes returned, 9,864 

Necessary to a choice, 4,933 

Considered as scattering, 35 

Eleazer Jackson had , 4,100 

Charles F. Brooks had 5,729 

District No. 5. The Counties of Grafton and Coos : 

Whole number of votes returned,, 11,880 

Necessary to a choice, 5,941 

Considered as scattering, '. 48 

Wm. H. Cummings had..... 5,834 

Denison E. Burnham had 5,998 



SENATORIAL DISTRICTS. 

The official state of the vote as given for Senators, 
March, 1861 : 

District No. 1 contains Portsmouth, Gosport, Green- 
land, Hampton, Hampton -Falls, North-Hampton, New- 
market, South-Newmarket, Stratham, Eye, Seabrook, 
Newington and Newcastle : 

Whole number of votes returned, 3,751 

Necessary to a choice, 1,876 

Considered as scattering, 16 f 

Simes Frink had 1,790 < 

Wm. H. Y. Hackett had 1,9451 



STATISTICS. 25 

District No. 2. Atkinson, Auburn, Brentwood, Can- 
dia, Chester, Danville, Deerfield, Derry, East-Kingston, 
Epping, Exeter, Fremont, Hampstead, Kensington, 
Kingston, Londonderry, Newton, Nottingham, Plais- 
tow, Raymond, Salem, Sandown, South-Hampton and 

Windham : 

• 

Whole number of votes returned, 6,178 

Necessary to a choice, 3,090 

Considered as scattering, 64 

Alva Wood had 2,896 

Wm. C. Patten had 3,218 

District No. 3. Manchester, Bedford, Goffstown, 
Merrimack and Amherst : 

Whole number of votes returned, . 3,658 

Necessary to a choice, 1,830 

Considered as scattering, 18 

Leonard C. French, 2d, had....... .1,467 

Herman Foster had, 2,173 

District No. 4. Concord, Bow, Hooksett, Allenstown, 
Pembroke, Epsom, Chichester, Pittsfield, Loudon, Dun- 
barton, Boscawen, Canterbury and Northwood: 

Whole number of votes returned, 5,711 

Necessary to a choice,... ...' 2,856 

Considered as scattering, 118 

Ira Osgood had 2,635 

David Morrill, Jr., had . 2,958 

District No. 5. Barrington, Dover, Durham, Lee, 
Madbury, Rochester, Rollinsford, Somers worth, Straf- 
ford and Farmington : 

Whole number of votes returned, 5,243 

Necessary to a ehoice, 2,622 

Considered as scattering, 1 

William Rand had ..2,239 

Charles A. Tufts had 3,003 

District No. 6. Albany, Brookfield, Conway, Eaton, 
Effingham, Freedom, Moultonborough, Ossipee, Sand- 



26 STATISTICS. 

wich, Tarn worth, Tuftonborough, Wakefield, Wolf bo- 
rough, Madison, Middleton, Milton, New-Durham, 
Barnstead, Alton, Center-Harbor, Gilmanton, Gilford, 
Meredith and Laconia : 

Whole number of votes returned, 7,876 

Necessary to a choice, 3,939 

Considered as scattering, 79 

John Wadleigh, 3,829 

Eli Wentworth, 3,968 

District No. 7. Brookline, Mason, Hudson, Pelham, 
Nashua, Hollis, Milford, New-Ipswich, Temple, Sharon, 
Wilton and Litchfield : 

Whole number of votes returned, 4,400 

Necessary to a choice, 2,201 

Considered as scattering, 5 

Jonathan Kussell, 2d, had 1,964 j| 

Leonard Chase had. 2,431 

District No. 8. Henniker, Hopkinton, Bradford, 
Warner, Newbury, Sutton, Salisbury, Antrim, Ben- 
nington, Deering, Francestown, Greenfield, Hancock, 
Hillsborough, Lyndeborough, Mont-Vernon, New-Bos- 
ton, Peterborough, Weare and Windsor : 

Whole number of votes returned, 5,826 

Necessary to a choice, ....2,914 

Considered as scattering, 11 

Joshua Marcy had 2,757 

John Burnham had 3,058 

District No. 9. Chesterfield, Dublin, Fitzwilliam, 
Gilsum, Hinsdale, Jaffrey, Keene, Marlborough, Nelson, 
Kichmond, Kindge, Boxbury, Stoddard, Sullivan, Surry, 
Swanzey, Troy, Westmoreland and Winchester : 

Whole number of votes returned, 4,717i 

Necessary to a choice, 2,359 

Considered as scattering, 5 

David L. M. Cumings had 1,734] 

John J. Allen, Jr., had .2,9781 



: 



STATISTICS. 27 

District No. 10. All of Sullivan County, and the 
towns of Alstead, Marlow and Walpole: 

Whole number of votes returned, 5,128 

Necessary to a choice, 2,565 

Considered as scattering, 29 

Jonas Livingston had 2,416 

Lemuel P. Cooper had 2,683 

District No. 11. Lebanon, Enfield, Grafton, Hill, 
Danbury, Alexandria, Bristol, JBridgewater, Hebron, 
Orange, Canaan, Hanover, Lyme, Dorchester, Groton, 
Plymouth, New-London, Wilmot, Andover, Franklin, 
Northfield, Sanbornton and New-Hampton: 

Whole number of votes returned, 6,510 

Necessary to a choice, 3,256 

Considered as scattering, 26 

Alexander H. Tilton, 2,973 

Cyrus Adams, 3,511 

District No. 12. All the towns in Cods County, and 
those in Grafton and Carroll not included in any other 
district : 

Whole number of votes returned,. 8,135 

Necessary to a choice, 4,068 

Considered as scattering, 33 

George C. Williams had 3,782 

William A. Burns had 4,320 



VOTE FOR RAILROAD COMMISSIONER, 1861. 

Whole number of votes returned,.. 66,679 

Considered as scattering, 20 

Frederick Yose had 31,086 

Jonathan T. P. Hunt had 35,573 



GOVERNMENT OF NEW-HAMPSHIRE, 

FROM JUNE 5, 1861, TO JUNE 4, 1862. 



EXECUTIVE. 



GOVERNOR, 
His excellency, NATHANIEL. S. BERRY, Hebron 

Salary, $1,000. 



• 



COUNCILLORS. 



Richard P. J. Tenney, Pittsfield, District No. 1. 

Daniel Sawyer, Alton, " " 2. 

Moody Currier, Manchester, " " 3. 

Charles F. Brooks, "Westmoreland, " " 4. 

Denison R. Burnham, Plymouth, " " 5. 



PER DAY. 



Salary. 
Allen Tenny, Concord, Secretary of State, $800. 

George H. Chandler, Concord, Dep. Sec'y, salary & fees. 
Peter Sanborn, Concord, State Treasurer, 600. 

Henry McFarland, Concord, State Printer. 

LEGISLATIVE^ 

SENATE. 

Herman Foster, President, $2.50 per day. 

Wm. H. Y. Hackett, Portsmouth, District No. 1. 



Wm. C. Patten, Kingston, , 

Herman Foster, Manchester, 

David Morrill, Jr., Canterbury,.., 

Charles A. Tufts, Dover, 

Eli Wentworth, Milton, 

Leonard Chase, Milford, 

John Burnham, Hopkinton, 

John J. Allen, Jr., Fitzwilliam,.. 

Lemuel P. Cooper, Croydon, 

Cyrus Adams, Grafton...... 

William A. Burns, Rumney, 

$2 per day. 



10. 
11. 
12. 



Wm. A. Preston, New-Ipswich, Clerk, salary $450. 
Chas. H. Bartlett, Wentworth, AssH Clerk, $2.50 per day. 



LEGISLATIVE. 



29 



HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. 

Edward A. Rollins, of Somersworth, Speaker. 
$2.50 per day. 

ROCKINGHAM COUNTY. 



Atkinson, D. W. Goodnow. 
Auburn, George P. Clark. 
Brentwood, Simon Gordon. 
Candia, none. 
Chester, Daniel Bell. 
Danville, Joseph W. Blake. 
Deerfield, J. J. Dearborn, 

Sewell Goodhue. 
Deny, Humphrey Choate, 

Henry C. Eastman. 
East-Kingston, Benjamin 

K. Webster. 
Epping, Geo. S. Rundlett. 
Exeter, Jewett Conner, 

Moses N. Collins, Charles 

Burley. 
Fremont, Joseph Sanborn. 
Gosport, Nath'l F. Berry. 
Greenland, George Weeks. 
Hampstead, Wil'm Clark. 
Hampton, Adna Garland. 
Hampton-Falls, Charles A. 

SFason. 
Kensington, Dan'IPrescott. 
Kingston, Albert Brown. 
Londonderry, JohnDickey, 

Benjamin F. Whorf. 



Newcastle, Tho's Tarlton. 

Newington, E.T. Culeman. 

Newmarket, JosephTaylor, 
Henry H. Smith. 

Newton, David Flanders. 

North-Hampton, Simon 
Brown, Jr. 

Northwood, R. Hoit, Jr. 

Nottingham, N. O. Smith. 

Plaistow, Wm. H. Hills. 

Portsmouth, J. S. Harvey, 
Charles Annable, James 
W. Emery, Samuel H. 
Goodall, Cha's Robinson, 
Abraham Q. Wendell. 

Raymond, Ja's T. Dudley. 

Rye, Joseph P. Trefethen. 

Salem, Joseph Webster, 
William G. Crowell. 

Sandown, Geo. F. Griffin. 

Seabrook, David Ch^se, Jr. 

South- Hampton, Moses Ea- 
ton, Jr. 

South-Newmarket, Albert 
Field. 

Strath am, Phin's Merrill. 

Windham, Sam'ICampbell. 



STRAFFORD COUNTY. 



Barrington, Tho's W. Hale, 
Horace G. Cater. 

Dover, Daniel Smith, Wm. 
J. Reade, Jer'h Home, 
Josiah B. Folsom, Cha's 
W. Woodman, William 
W. Meader, Benjamin 
P. Pierce. 



Durham, A. D. McDaniel. 

Farmington,JoshuaP.Rich- 
ardson, John H. Hurd. 

Lee, Levi McDaniel. 

Madbury, Ezra E. Demer- 
its 

Middleton, Ebenezer S. 
Pike. 



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LEGISLATIVE. 



Milton, Enoch W. Plumer, 
Charles A. Yarney. 

New- Durham, Baalis B. 
Tebbetts. 

Eochester, Franklin Mc- 
Duffee, Levi Meader, 
Micajah H. Wentworth. 



Kollinsford, none. 
Somersworth, Edward A. 

Kollins, Thomas Snow, 

Oliver H. Lord, David 

H. Buffum. , 
Strafford, Joshua Otis,Cha's 

F. Montgomery. 



BELKNAP COUNTY. 



Alton, George D. Savage, 
Jonathan F. Chesley. 

Barnstead, Cha's S. George, 
John McNeil. 

Center-Harbor,S.S.Plaisted. 

Gilmanton, Cyrus Gilman, 
John K. Woodman. 

Gilford, Solomon Cole, Har- 
rison G. Bennett, Abra- 
ham L. Morrison. 



Laconia, Augustus Doe. 

Meredith, Isaac Leavitt, 
Joseph "W. Lang, Jr. 

New-Hampton, John C. 
Smith. 

Sanbornton, Bradbury T. 
Brown, Jonathan H. Tay- 
lor. 

Upper-Gilmanton, Morri- 
son Kowe. 



CAKEOLL COUNTY. 



Albany, none. 

Bartlett, Elias M. Hall. 

Brookfield, Deren E. Stod- 
dard. 

Chatham, Moses Fife. 

Conway*, JacobLewis, Sam- 
uel Hazelton. 

Eaton, Isaac Atkinson. 

Effingham, Andrew J. Mil- 
liken. 

Freedom, Cyrus Fowler. 

Jackson, Joshua Trickey. 

Madison, Josiah H. Hobbs. 



Mouiton borough, Ezekiel 
S. Flanders. 

Ossipee, Asa Beacham, Jo- 
seph Q. Koles. 

Sandwich, Langdon G. 
Clark, Caleb M. Marston. 

Tarn worth, James Emery, 
Jeremiah H. Merrill. 

Tuftonborough, Levi T. Pi- 
per. 

"Wakefield, John W. San- 
born. 

Wolf borough, J.C.Young, 
Moses Thompson. 



MERRIMACK COUNTY. 



Allenstown, Amos P. Blais- 

dell. 
Andover, John Proctor. 
Boscawen, Calvin Gage. 
Bow, James Thompson. 



W. 



Bradford, C. Pierce. 
Canterbury, George 

Peverly. 
Chichester, Thomas Berry. 



LEGISLATIVE. 



31 



Concord, David A. Brown, 
John L. Tallant, Ira 
Kowell, Samuel Coffin, 
Cha's H. Herbert, Henry 
8. Shattuck, Enos Blake, 
David J. Abbott, Lyman 
D. Stevens, Benjamin 
Green. 

Dun barton, Daniel H. Par- 
ker. 

Epsom, Edward H. Good- 
hue. 

Franklin, StephenKenrick, 
Warren F. Daniell. 

Henniker, C. S. Dodge, 
Cyrus Goss. 

Hopkinton, none. 



Hooksett, Nat Head. 

Loudon, Abiel Ordway, 
Nathaniel L. Sanborn. 

Newbury, Wm. H. Sawyer. 

New-London, Anthony C. 
Burpee. 

Northfield, W. Knowles. 

Pembroke, Martin H. Coch- 
ran. 

Pittsfield, Jackson Freese. 

Salisbury, John C. Smith. 

Sutton, John G. Huntoon. 

Warner, Augustine W. 
Harriman, Stephen C. 
Pattee. 

Webster, Albert Runnels. 

Wilmot, John Teel. 



HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY. 



Amherst, Jotham Harts- 
horn. 

Antrim, Nathan W. C. 
Jameson. 

Bedford, Henry Hale. 

Bennington, Henry H. 
Dunklee. 

Brook line, Francis A. Pe- 
terson. 

Deering, Reuben Lovering. 

Francestown, Daniel F. 
Frye. 

Goffstown, Thomas R. But- 
terfield, Albert G. Robie. 

Greenfield, John B. Favor. 

Hancock, Asa Simonds. 

Hillsborough, Abel C. Burn- 
ham, Francis N. Blood. 

Hollis, Minot Farley. 

Hudson, William H. Chase. 

Litchfield, Jonathan A. 
Griffin. 



Lyn dehor ough, Israel Her- 
rick. 

Manchester, Cha's Brown, 
Reuben Hills, Ezekiel A. 
Straw, Ezra P. Pearsons, 
Elijah M. Topliff, John 
B. Chase, Frederick A. 
Morse, Gilbert H. Kim- 
ball, John C. Young, 
George Holbrook, John 
Coughlin, Cornelius Hea- 
ley, Jr., Walter H. 
Noyes, Horace Pettee, 
Daniel K. Mack, DeLa- 
fayette Robinson. 

Mason, Tho's H. Marshall. 

Merrimack, Sim'n Kenney. 

Milford, Geo. F. Bartlett, 
William Lane. 

Mont-Yernon, C. J. Smith. 

Nashua, Aaron P. Hughes, 
Luther H. Clement, 



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LEGISLATIVE. 



Daniel Moore, Edward 
P. Emerson, Levi Kob- 
inson, Geo.W. Blakeslee, 
Hiram Campbell, John 
G. Blunt, David A. G. 
Warner, Stillman Swal- 
low. 

New-Boston, James Dan- 
forth. 

New-Ipswich, Nathan San- 
ders, George Boy den. 



Pelham, Daniel Marshall. 
Peterborough, Andrew A. 

Farnsworth, CorneliusV.. 

Dearborn. 
Sharon, none. 
Temple, James Killam. 
Weare, Moses A. Cartland, 

Simon W. Gove. 
"Wilton, William Barrett- 
Windsor, David Curtis. 



CHESHIRE COUNTY. 



Alstead, Paschal P. Banks. 
Chesterfield, John M.Kich- 

ardson. 
Dublin, Calvin Mason. 
Eitz william, Josiah E. Car- 

Gilsum, Daniel W. Bill. 

Hinsdale, Cha's J. Amidon. 

Jaffrey, Cha's H. Powers. 

Keene, Levi Chamberlain, 
George Holmes, Edward 
Edwards, Charles Chase. 

Marlborough, Charles K. 
Mason. 

Marlow, James Burnap. 

Nelson, Darius Earwell. 



Kichmond, Hosea B. AI- 
drich. 

Kindge, Josiah Abbott. 

Koxbury, Gilman Nims. 

Stoddard, Silas Dinsmore. 

Sullivan, Dauphin W. Wil- 
son. 

Surry, none. 

Swanzey, Enoch Howes, 
Oliver Capron. 

Troy, Abiel M. Caverly. 

Walpole, Augustus E. May- 
nard, Oliver Martin. 

Westmoreland, Anson Cole. 

Winchester, Wm. Rixford, 
Mo wry Sabin. 



SULLIVAN COUNTY. 



Acworth, Zenas Slader. 
Charlestown, Charles C. 

Kimball, liar vey Abbott. 
Claremont, Solon C. Gran- 

nis, Timothy D.Kimball, 

Cha's H. Eastman, James 

Goodwin. 
Cornish, Araunah Burnap. 
Croydon, Paine Durkee. 
Goshen, Jonas Parker. 
Grantham, Adolphus Hall. 



Langdon, Thomas Winch. 
Lempster, Ransom P. Beck- 

,with. 
Newport, Paul J. Wheeler, 

William Nourse. 
Plainfield, Cha's F. Gallup, 

Daniel G. Stickney. 
Sunapee, Daniel George. 
Springfield, none. 
Unity, Lyman Rounseville. 
Wash ington , John Mcllvin . 






LEGISLATIVE. 



GRAFTON COUNTY. 



Alexandria, S. "Walker. 

Bath, Daniel Holt. 

Benton, James Page. 

Bethlehem, Willard A.Mc- 
Gregory. 

Bridge water, Thomas Ham- 
mond. 

Bristol, Frederick Bartlett. 

Campton, Allen Willey. 

Canaan, Geo. ST. Murray, 
Charles Day. 

Danbury, Wells Currier. 

Dorchester, Fred. A.Dolloff. 

Ellsworth and Water ville, 
James Randall. 

Enfield, James Edwards, 
Harry Huse. 

Franconia, Eleazer B. Par- 
ker. 

Grafton, Richard Cole. 

Groton, Asel Buel. 

Hanover, John Huntoon, 
William Tenney. 

Haverhill, Nathaniel W. 
Westgate, D. Morse, 2d. 

Hebron, Jona. V. Morse. 

Hill, Albert Blake. 



Holderness, Aaron M. Gor- 
don, Jesse Mudgett. 

Landaff, VVm. ij, ouattuck. 

Lebanon, Francis A. Cush- 
man, George Blood. 

Lisbon, Moses A. Quimby, 
Carlton B. Hutchins. 

Littleton, Harry Bingham, 
Douglas Bobbins. 

Lyman, Harrison Porter. 

Lyme. David Culver, Ches- 
ter Dimick. 

Monroe, Horace Duncan. 

Orange, T. F. Thomas. 

Orford, Daniel P. Wheeler. 

Piermont, Micajah Emer- 
son. 

Plymouth, Caleb D. Penni- 
man. 

Rumney, Daniel S. Ward. 

Thornton, Osgood Page. 

Warren, Ira M. Weeks. 

Wentworth, Thomas J„ 
Smith. 

Woodstock and Lincoln, 
Jesse Jackman. \ 



€OOS COUNTY. 



Berlin and Randolph, 

Fletcher I. Beane. 
Carroll & Hart's Location, 

P. Rosebrook. 
Clarks ville and Pittsburg, 

G. "Washburne. 
Colebrook, Ethan Colby. 
Columbia, John R. Annis. 
Dalton, Thomas Smith. 
2* 



Err oil, Cambridge, &c, M. 
F. Coolidge. 

Gorham, Caleb S. Peabody. 

Jefferson, Cha's S. Plaisted. 

Milan, Columbus Lane. 

Northumberland, James W. 
Abbott. 

Shelburne and Green's Lo- 
cation, J. M. Thompson. 



34 LEGISLATIVE. 



Stratford, Eph'm M.Sweatt. 
Whitefield, Moses H. Gor- 
don. 



Stark & Dummer, Gilman 

Twitchell. 
Stewartstown, James A. 

Morrill. 

Whole number of Kepresentatives chosen for 1861-62, 
319. 

The members are paid $2 per day and fees for travel. 



TEI/LERS. 

Division No. 1 — Mr. Clement, of Nashua. 
Division No. 2 — Mr. Healey, of Manchester. 
Division No. 3 — Mr. Stoddard, of Brookiield. 



CLERKS. 

Clerk of the House — Edward Sawyer, Dover, Salary 
$550. 

Assistant Clerk — Samuel D. Lord, Manchester, $2.50 
per day. 

Engrossing Clerk — Silas Hardy, Keene, $2.50 per day. 

Chaplain to the Legislature — Kev. E. E. Cummings, 
D. D., Concord. 

Reporters — Wm. Pickering Hill, Lexington, Mass.. 
for the New-Hampshire Patriot ; J. M. W. Yerrinton, 
Boston, for the New-Hampshire Statesman ; Samuel C. 
Eastman, Concord, for the Independent Democrat. 



BOOR-KEEPERS. 

To the Council — "William C. Berry, Barnstead. 
To the Senate — Charles H. Eoberts, Parmington. 
To the House— Edmund Brown, Lancaster ; Uriel L. 
Comings, Cornish. 

Traveling Pees. The members of the Council 
shall each receive ten cents a mile to and from the place 
of their sessions. The President and members of the 
Senate, Speaker of the House of Kepresentatives, and 
Assistant Clerks of the Senate and House, shall each 
receive ten cents a mile for their travel to and from the 
place of the sitting of the Legislature. 



LEGISLATIVE. 35 

APPROPRIATIONS FOR 1861. 

Four thousand dollars for the maintenance of indigent 
insane persons belonging to this State, at the Asylum, 
for such and so many as His Excellency, the Governor, 
shall elect and approve : Provided, that not less than 
two thirds of said sum shall be applied to the support of 
private patients, exclusive of paupers maintained at pub- 
lic charge : $3,000 for adjusting debts due from the 
House of Reformation ; $100 for the purchase of station- 
ery and books for the use of the State Prison ; $300 for 
the pay of a chaplain to the State Prison; $300 to the 
N. H. Historical Society, for collecting and arranging 
the Colonial Records for publication ; $300 for repairs 
of the road through the "White Mountain Notch, the 
Pinkham road, and the Franconia Notch ; $300 toward 
the purchase of the Portrait of Daniel "Webster, which 
is now suspended in the Representatives' Hall ; $500 for 
contingent expenses of the State ; $50,000 to pay the 
expense of equipping the first and second Regiments of 
volunteers, enlisted in New- Hampshire. 



JUDICIARY. 



SUPREME JUDICIAL COURT. 

Salary. 
Sam'l D. Bell, ll. d., Manchester, Ch. Justice, $2,000 
Jona. E. Sargent, Wentworth, Associate Justice, 1,800 
Henry A. Bellows, Concord, Associate Justice, 1,800 
Charles Doe, Portsmouth, Associate Justice, 1,800 
Geo. W. Nesmith, Franklin, Associate Justice, 1,800 
W M. H. Bartlett, Concord, Associate Justice, 1,800 
John Sullivan, Exeter, Attorney-General, 1,800 

William E. Chandler, Concord, 

Reporter of the Supreme Judicial Court, 400 

CLERKS OF THE SUPREME JUDICIAL COURT. 

Charles G. Conner, Exeter, for Rockingham ; 

Andrew H. Young, Dover, for Strafford ; 

S. C. Clark, Gilford, (address Lake Vill.) for Belknap; 

William M, Weed, Sandwich, for Carroll ; 

Jonas D. Sleeper, Concord, for Merrimack ; 

Edward S. Cutter, Amherst, for Hillsborough ; 

Edward Farrar, Keene, for Cheshire; 

W. H. H. Allen, Newport, for Sullivan ; 

Charles A. Dole, Haverhill, for Grafton ; 

Daniel C. Piakham, Lancaster, for Coos. 

COUNTY SOLICITORS. 

[According to Act, June, 186L] 
The Solicitors for the several counties shall receive no compen- 
sation from the State; but they shall annually receive from the 
respective counties, in semi-annual payments, the following sums. 
which shall be in full compensation for all services rendered and 
expenses incurred by them in the discharge of all the duties of 
their office. 

Salary. 
Charles H. Bell, Exeter, for Eockingham ; $350 

Louis Bell, Dover, for Strafford, 260 

William N. Blair, Laconia, for Belknap, 175 

Charles Chesley, Wakefield, for Carroll, 175 

Asa Fowler, Concord, for Merrimack, 850 

Joseph B. Clark, Manchester, for Hillsborough. 430 
Francis A. Faulkner, Keene, for Cheshire, 175 

Levi W. Barton, Newport, for Sullivan, 175 

Henry W. Blair, Plymouth, for Grafton, 350 

Benjamin F. Whidden, Lancaster, for Coos. 175 



JUDICIARY. 37 

LAW TERMS. 

Held by the Supreme Judicial Court, according to an act 
remodeling the Judiciary, 1855, as amended June ses- 
sion, 1859, and June 1861. 

The State is divided into four Judicial Districts, as 
follows : 

No. 1, to consist of the Counties of Bockingham, 
Strafford and Carroll ; 

No. 2, of the Counties of Merrimack, Hillsborough 
md Belknap ; 

No. 8, of the Counties of Cheshire and Sullivan ; 

No. 4, of the Counties of Grafton and Coos. 

The Supreme Judicial Court shall hold terms thereof, 
to be called Law Terms, annually, within the aforesaid 
Judicial Districts, at the times and places following : 

At Exeter on the third Tuesday of June, and at Dover 
)n the third Tuesday of December, for the Counties of 
Rockingham and Strafford ; at Manchester on the first 
ruesday of June, and at Concord on the first Tuesday 
>f December, for the Counties of Merrimack and Hills- 
borough ; at Keene on the fourth Tuesday of December, 
ind at Newport on the first Tuesday of July, for the 
Counties of Cheshire and Sullivan ; at Lancaster on the 
diird Tuesday of July, and at Haverhill on the Tuesday 
next after the fourth Tuesday of December, for the 
Counties of Grafton and Coos. 



FRIAL TERMS OF THE SUPREME JUDICIAL COURT, COM- 
PILED ACCORDING TO AN ACT PASSED JUNE 

SESSION, 1859. 

At Portsmouth on the third Tuesday of October, and 
at Exeter on the third Tuesday of January and the sec- 
ond Tuesday of April, for the County of Bockingham. 

At Dover on the second Tuesday of February, the last 
Tuesday of May and first Tuesday of September, for the 
County of Strafford. 

At Gilford on the fourth Tuesday of March and the 
fourth Tuesday of September, for the County of Bel- 
knap. 

At Ossipee on the third Tuesday of April and the 
third Tuesday of October, for the County of Carroll. 



Ob JUDICIARY. 

At Concord on the third Tuesday of August, and on 
the first Tuesday of February, for the County of Merri- 
mack. 

At Amherst on the first Tuesday of September, at' 
Manchester on the first Tuesday of January, and at 
Nashua on the first Tuesday of May, for the County of 
Hillsborough. 

At Keene on the third Tuesday of April and the third 
Tuesday of October, for the County of Cheshire. 

At Newport on the fourth Tuesday of January and 
the first Tuesday of September, for the County of Sulli- 
van. 

At Haverhill on the first Tuesday of April and the 
first Tuesday of October, for the Western Judicial Dis- 
trict, and at Plymouth on the third Tuesday of May 
and the third Tuesday of November, for the Eastern 
Judicial District in the County of Grafton. 

At Lancaster on the fourth Tuesday of April and the 
fourth Tuesday of October, for the County of Coos. 

PROBATE OFFICERS. 

JUDGES. 

Counties. Names and Residences. Appointed. Salary. 

Rockingham, William W. Stickney, Exeter, June 30, 1857, $412 

Strafford, Dan'l G. Rollins, Somersworth, June 30, 1857, 225 

Belknap, Warren Lovell, Laconia, Jan., 1841, 142 

Carroll, Joel Eastman, Conway, July 14, 1856, 150 

Merrimack, Hamilton E.Perkins, Concord, July 14, 1^56, 300 

Hillsborough, David Cross, Manchester, July 14, 1856, 425 

Cheshire, Larkin Baker, Westmoreland, Nov., 1841, 225 

Sullivan, Alvah Smith, Lempster, July 14, 1856, 175 

Grafton, Nath'l W. Westgate, Haverhill, July 4, 1861, 300 

Coos, Turner Stephenson, July 13, 1855, 150 



REGISTERS. 

Counties. Names and Residences. Appointed. Salary. 

Rockingham, Samuel D. Wingate, Exeter, Jan. 1, 1857, $550 
Strafford, Asa Freeman, Dover, June 30, 1857, 300 

Belknap, Woodbury L. Melcher, Laconia, July 2,1861, 183 

Carroll, Daniel G. Beede, Sandwich, July 14, 1856, 200 

Merrimack, Isaac A. Hill, Concord, Jan., 1, 1856, 400 

Hillsborough, Josiah G. Dearborn, Amherst, July 3, 1860, 575 
Cheshire, Silas Hardy, Keene, Mar. 15, 1859, 300 

Sullivan, Shepard L. Bowers, Newport, July 2, 1861, 225 

Grafton, Luther C. Morse, Haverhill, July 4, 1861, 400 

Coos, John M. Whipple, Lancaster, July 3,1860, 200 



JUDICIARY. 39 

TERMS OF THE PROBATE COURT. 

ROCKINGHAM COUNTY. 

EXETEK, on the "Wednesday next following the first 
Tuesday of November and April, on the Wednesday 
next following the third Tuesday of February, March 
and December, and on the Wednesday next following 
the second Tuesday of every other month. 

PORTSMOUTH, on the first Tuesday of November, 
on the third Tuesday of March, and on the second Tues- 
dav of January, May, July and September. 

PLAISTOW, on the first Tuesday of August and De- 
cember, and the third Tuesday of May. 

DERRY, on the Wednesday next following the first 
Tuesday of August and December, and on the Wednes- 
day next following the third Tuesday of May. 

CHESTER, on' the Thursday next following the first 
Tuesday of August and December, and on the Thursday 
next following the third Tuesday of May. 

DEERFIELD, on the Friday next following the first 
Tuesday of August and December, and on the Friday 
next following the third Tuesday of May. Act of June, 
1858. ■/■ 

STRAFFORD COUNTY. 

DOYER, on the first Tuesday of January, March, 
May, August and October. 

ROCHESTER, on the first Tuesday of July and De- 
cember. 

FARMINGTON, on the first Tuesday of April and 
September. 

SOMERSWORTH, on the first Tuesday of February, 
June and November. 

BELKNAP COUNTY. 

GILFORD, on the third Tuesday of every month. 

CARROLL COUNTY. 

OSSIPEE CORNER, on the first Tuesday of March, 
June, September and December. 

CONWAY, on the first Tuesday of January, April, 
July and October. 



40 JUDICIARY. 

TAMWORTH, on the first Tuesday of February, 
May, August and November. 

MERRIMACK COUNTY. 

CONCORD, on the fourth Tuesday of every month. 

HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY. 

MANCHESTER on the fourth Tuesdays of January, 
March, May, July, September and November. 

NASHUA, on the fourth Tuesdays of February, 
April, June, August, October and December. 

FRANCESTOWN, on the Friday next following the 
fourth Tuesday of January, April, July and October. 

AMHERST, on the Friday next following the fourth 
Tuesday of February, June, September and December. 

PETERBOROUGH, on the Friday next following 
the fourth Tuesday of May and August. 

MASON VILLAGE, on the Friday next following 
the fourth Tuesday of March and November. Act of 
June, 1859. 

CHESHIRE COUNTY. 

KEENE, on the first and third Tuesdays of every 
month. 

SULLIVAN COUNTY. 

NEWPORT, on the last Wednesday of February, 
April, June, August, October and December. 

CLAREMONT, on the last Wednesday of January, 
March, May, July, September and November. 

GRAFTON COUNTY. 

HAVERHILL, on the third Tuesday of April and 
October. 

PLYMOUTH, on the third Tuesday of May and 
November. 

CANAAN, on the third Tuesday of June and De- 
cember. 

LISBON, on the third Tuesday of March and Sep- 
tember. 

BRISTOL, on the third Tuesday of July. 

LITTLETON, on the third Tuesday of January. 

WENTWORTH, on the third Tuesday of February 
and August. 



JUDICIARY. 41 

COOS COUNTY. 

COLEBKOOK, on the first Tuesday of September. 

LANCASTER on the first Tuesday of January, 
March, May and November. 
• BERLIN, on the first Tuesday of July. 

CHANGE OF CIVIL OFFICERS. 

William H. Bartlett, Peb. 23, 1861, was appointed 
Associate Justice in the Supreme Judicial Court, vice 
Asa Fowler resigned ; Hanson Bedee, Dec. 8, 1860, ap- 
pointed Sheriff for Belknap County, vice Bartlett Hill, 
term of office expired; "William N. Blair, Dec. 8, 1860, 
appointed solicitor for Grafton Count} 7 , vice Samuel W. 
Eollins, term of office expired ; Charles H. Parker, 
Nov. 24, 1860, appointed Sheriff for Carroll County, to 
take effect Jan. 4, 1861, vice Enoch Kemick, term of 
office expired; John P. Chellis, Nov. 24, 1860, appointed 
Sheriff" for Sullivan County, vice Frederick Claggett, 
term of office expired; Charles H. Bell, July 2, 1861, 
reappointed solicitor for Rockingham County; Louis 
Bell, July 2, 1861, appointed solicitor for Strafford 
County, vice Wolcott Hamlin, term of office expired ; 
Charles Chesiey, Nov. 24, 1860, appointed solicitor for 
Carroll County, vice Luther D. Sawyer, term of office 
expired ; Asa Fowler, July 2, 1861, appointed solicitor 
for Merrimack County, vice George W. Everett, term of 
office expired ; Joseph B. Clark, July 2, 1861, appointed 
solicitor for Hillsborough County, vice Aaron P. Ste- 
vens, term of office expired ; Benjamin P. Whidden, 
reappointed solicitor for Coos County ; Nathaniel W. 
Westgate, July 4, 1861, appointed Judge of Probate for 
Grafton County, vice Nathaniel S. Berry, resigned ; 
Woodbury L. Melcher, July 2, 1861, appointed Register 
of Probate for Belknap County, vice Wm. L. Avery, 
term of office expired ; Shepard L. Bowers, July 2, 
1861, appointed Register of Probate for Sullivan County, 
vice Edward Wyman, term of office expired ; Luther 
C. Morse, July 4, 1861, appointed Register of Probate 
for Grafton County, vice Nathaniel W. Westgate, term 
of office expired; Enoch L. Colby, August 1861, reap- 
pointed Sheriff of Coos County. 



42 



ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW 



In making up the annual list of lawyers for each town 
or city, it is the intention of the Compiler to insert the 
names, where there is more than one in a town or city, 
in the order in which each commenced business. An 
Attorney, changing his place of business, or a young man, 
after having been admitted to the practice of law, and 
located for business, would confer a favor by sending his 
card to the Compiler. 



Alstead, Aldis Lovell. 
Alton, J. M. Moody. 
Amherst, Perley Dodge, 

Edward S. Cutter. 
Andover, John M. Shirley. 
Atkinson, John Kelly. 
Bath, Isaac Patterson, 

Andrew S. Woods, 

John L. Carleton, 

Harry Hibbard, 

A. P. Carpenter, 

David R. Lang, 

George A. Bingham, 

Edward Woods. 
Barnstead, C. S. George. 
Boscawen (Fisherville), 

Nehemiah Butler. 
Bradford, Weare Tappan, 

M. W. Tappan, 

Moses K. Haselton. 
Bristol, L. W. Fling, 

S. K. Mason. 
Canaan (East), G. W. Mur- 
ray, 

I. N. Blodgett. 
Charlestown, E.L.Cushing, 

Henry Hubbard, 

E. H. Cushing. 



Claremont, P. C. Freeman, 

Alpheus F. Snow, 

John J. Prentiss, 

E. D. Baker, 

Alexander Gardiner, 

Edwin Yaughan, 

Arthur Chase, 

Ira Colby, 

Lyman K. Brooks, 

H. W. Parker. 
Colebrook, A. Barker, 

William S. Ladd, 

Ira A. Ramsey. 
Concord, Steph. C. Badger, 

Arthur Fletcher, 

Ira Perley, 

Sylvester Dana, 

Josiah Minot, 

John H. George, 

Lyman D. Stevens, 

A. Herbert Bellows, 

H. P. Rolfe, 

Anson S. Marshall, 

Amos Hadley, 

William L. Foster, 

David Pillsbury, 

John Y. Mugridge, 



ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. 



43 



Concord, Lyman T. Flint, 

W. E. Chandler, 

Joseph C. A. Wingate, 

H. E. Perkins, 

B. F. Prescott, 

Samuel G. Lane, 

Benj. E. Badger, 

Jonas D. Sleeper, 

George Tenney, 

Jonathan Kittredge, 

Charles P. Sanborn, 

Josiah Bellows, 

Samuel C. Eastman, 

Ira A. Eastman, 

James B. Moore, 
(Fisherville) A. W. Barry. 
Conway, Joel Eastman, 

F. R, Chase. 
Croydon, Samuel Morse. 
Danbury, Wm. T. Norris. 
Deerfield, Ira St. Clair. 
Deering, D. F. Whittle. 
Derry, David' A. Gregg, 

Greenleaf C. Bartlett, 
John Porter. 
Dover, Asa Freeman, 
Daniel M. Christie, 
Charles W. Woodman, 
Thomas E. Sawyer, 
John H. White, 
John P. Hale, 
Richard Kimball, 
Samuel M. Wheeler, 
Henry T. Wiswall, 
Amasa Boberts, 
W^olcott Hamlin, 
Joshua G. Hall, Jr., 
John H. Wiggin, 
Daniel Hall, 

G. T. Wentworth, 
Louis Bell. 

Dunbarton, Caleb Stark. 



Durham, J. A. Richardson, 
Durham, Jno. W.Kingman. 
Effingham, J. Dearborn. 
Epping, John S. H. Frink, 

Horace C. Bacon. 
Exeter, J. Sullivan, At.Q% 

Amos Tuck, 

Gilman Marston, 

James H. Shapley, 

William W. Stickney, 

Nathaniel Gordon, 

Alvah Wood, 

Charles H. Bell, 

J. W. Clark, 

Moses N. Collins, 

Samuel M. Wilcox, 

J. Warren Towle, 

Francis O. French, 

B. F. Ayer. 
Farmington, G. "N. East- 
man. 
Fitzwilliam, A. A. Parker. 
Freedom, O. R. Topliff, 

Edwin Pease. 
Franklin, Austin F. Pike, 

Daniel Barnard. 
Gilford, J. P. Hutchinson, 

William L. Avery, 
(Lake Village) 

Samuel C. Clark. 
Goffstown, David Steele. 
Hanover, Daniel Blaisdell, 

William H. Duncan. 
Haverhill, K B. F el ton, 

George W. Chapman, 

N. W. Westgate, 

Charles A. Dole. 
Henniker, Edward B. S. 

Sanborn. 
Hillsborough, F. N. Blood. 
Hillsborough (Bridge), D. 
Steele, J. F. Briggs. 



ATTOKNEYS-AT-LAW. 



Holder ness, Jas. L. Wilson. 

Hopkinton, Horace Chase. 

Keene, Levi Chamberlain, 
Thomas M. Edwards, 
Samuel Dinsmoor, 
Sal ma Hale, 
J. Henry Elliot, 
George A. Wheelock, 
"William P. Wheeler, 
Frank S. Fiske, 
Charles C. Webster, 
Edward Farrar, 
Farnum F. Lane, 
F. A. Faulkner, 
Harvey Carleton, 
Silas Hardy, 
Don H. Woodward, 
C. Fred. Webster. 

Laconia, S. C. Lyford, 
Warren Lovell, 
George W. Stevens, 
Ellery A. Hibbard, 
T. J. Whipple, 
O. A. J. Yaughan, 
Wm. N. JBlair, 
Daniel C. Woodman. 

Lancaster, J. W. Williams, 
Turner Stephenson, 
S. W. Cooper, 
George A. Cossitt, 
Jacob Benton, 
William Burns, 
B. F. Whidden, 
George C. Williams, 
H. A. Fletcher, 
Jared I. Williams, 
William Heywood, 
Henry O. Kent, 
Ossian Ray. 

Lebanon, Geo. S. Towle, 
Aaron H. Cragin, 
L. R. Morris, 



Lebanon, J. H. Bucking- 
ham. 
Lempster, H. W. Parker. 
Littleton, Edm'd Carleton, 

Harry Bingham, 

Wm. J. Bellows, 

Charles W. Rand, 

John Farr. 
Lisbon, Edward D. Rand. 
Manchester, Daniel Clark, 

G. W. Mon:ison, 

Herman Foster, 

Moody Currier, 

William C. Clarke, 

David Cross, 

George A. French, 

B. P. Cilley, 
D. J. Clark, 
Samuel 1ST. Bell, 
Isaac W. Smith, 

C. W. Stanley, 
Samuel D. Lord, 
John P. Newell, 
Lucien B. Clough, 
Joseph B. Clark, 
Elijah M. Topliff, 
Samuel Upton, 

S. G. Clarke, 

Wm. Stark, 

Wm. W. Morris, 

A. B. Shattuck, 

Lewis W. Clark, 

Charles W. Johnson, 

Daniel A. Crosby, 

William Little. 
Marlow, George Ticknor. 
Mason (Village), William 

A. Preston. 
Meredith, S. W. Rollins. 
Merrimack, E. P. Parker, 

Isaac McGaw. 
Milford, B. Wadleigh, 






ATTORNEYS- AT- LAW. 



45 



Milford, Gilbert Wadleigh, 

O. W. Lull. 
Milan, Albert Baker. 
Moultonboro', S. Emerson. 
Nashua, George Y.Sawyer, 

Aaron W. Sawyer, 

A. F. Stevens, 

B. B. Whittemore, 
Edward B. West, 
Benjamin F. Emerson, 
A. P. Hughes, 
William W. Bailey, 

C. R. Morrison, 
Wm. L. Carter, 
Wm. H. Nutt, ' 
Wm. Barrett. . 

New-Ipswich, J. Preston. 
New-London, George W. 

Everett. 
Newmarket, W. B. Small. 
Newport, Amasa Edes, 

Edmund Burke, 

W. F. Newton, 

S. H. Edes, 

Levi W. Barton, 

S. L. Bowers, 

Albert S. Wait, 

W. H. H. Allen. 
Northfield, Asa P. Cate. 
Ossipee, Luther D. Sawyer, 

Sanborn B. Carter. 
Pembroke, Moody Kent. 
Peterborough , C. G. Cheney, 

Cornelius Y. Dearborn, 

George A. Ramsdell, 

Albert S. Scott. 
Pittsfield, Benj. Emerson, 

H. B. Leavitt, 

John J. Pillsbury, 

Thomas H. Thorn dike. 
Plaistow, Wm. H. Hills. 
Plymouth, Wm. Lever ett, 



Plymouth, Joseph Clark, 
Joseph Burrows, 
Henry W. Blair, 
Benjamin Clark, 
John W. Ela. 

Portsmouth, P. R. Freeman, 
Wm. Claggett, 
Alfred W. Haven, 
Wm. H. Y. Hackett, 
James W. Emery, 
James Smith, 
Lory Odell, 
Albert R. Hatch, 
W. H. Rollins, 
William H. Hackett, 
Horace Webster, 
Samuel H. Goodall, 
Albert H. Hovt, 
E. N. Mathes," 
Samuel P. Long. 

Rindge, Geo. W. Todd, Jr. 

Rochester, D. J. Parsons, 
Cyrus K. Sanborn. 

Rollinsford,W.J.Copeland. 

Rumney, Josiah Quincy, 
Samuel Herbert. 

Sanbornton (Bridge), 
B. M. Colby, 
Charles C. Rogers, 
Elijah D. Hastings, 
J. Ware Butterfield. 

Sandwich, I. A. Bean. 

Shelburne, Fletcher Odell. 

Somers worth, I.G. Jordan, 
Nathaniel Wells, 
Royal Eastman, 
Edward A. Rollins, 
George W. Burleigh, 
William D. Knapp. 

Strafford, Geo. C. Peavey. 

Stratford, H. A. Newton. 

Sunapee, W. C. Sturoc. 



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NOTARIES PUBLIC. 



Tamworth, Obed Hall, 

Henry Heywood. 
Wakefield, Wm. Sawyer, 

Amasa Copp, 

Charles Chesley. 
Walpole, Frederick Yose. 
Warner, H. G. Harris, 

Samuel Davis, Jr. 
Washington (East), 

Brooks K. Webber. 



Wentworth, T. J. Smith, 
Charles Henry Bartlett. 

Wilmot, W. W. Flanders. 

Wilton, Charles H. Burns, 
John L. Spring. 

Winchester, E. M. Forbes, 
Ellery Albee. 

Wolf boro', Henry H.Orne, 
Zachariah Batch elder, 
Charles F. Hill, 
William C. Fox. 

A list of those admitted to practice in courts of law, 
as attorneys, by statute : 



Bartlett, G-. W. M. Pitman. 
Haverhill, John S. Bryant, 

David Page. 
Kingston, Wm. C. Patten. 



Marlow, Bethuel Farley. 
Plymouth, Jas.McQuesten. 
Tuftonboro', John Peavey. 



NOTARIES PUBLIC. 



[The names in the following list having a star, were 
appointed under the law before 1827, which appointment 
was made to continue during good behavior.] 



Amherst, C. Richardson. 

Boscawen, Nehe'h Butler. 

Barrington,J.H.Winkley,jr 

Brentwood, W. H. Dudley. 

Canaan, Mat. H. Milton. 

Charlestown, H. H. Sylves- 
ter, George Olcott, Jr. 

Chester, John W. Noyes. 

Chichester, C.H. Carpenter. 

Claremont, G. Iff. Farwell, 
J. L. Farwell, 
Edward D. Baker. 

Concord, N. G. Upham,* 
Ebenezer S. Towle, 
Arthur Fletcher, 
Elisha Morrill, 
Wm. P. Foster, 



Concord,Stephen C. Badger, 

John S. Rollins, 

Edson Hill, 

Lyman D. Stevens, 

Elbridge G. Carter, 

Charles Minot, 

Charles H. Hill, 

Joseph C. A. Wingate, 

Preston S. Smith, 

Samuel C. Eastman, 

Nehemiah G. Ordway. 
Colebrook, Ira A. Ramsey. 
Derry, David Currier. 
Dover, Asa A. Tufts, 

Charles W. Woodman, 

Samuel M. Wheeler, 

Edward Sawyer. 



NOTARIES PUBLIC. 



47 



Francestown, 0. Y. Dear- 
born, Paul H. Bixby. 

Enfield, Philip C. Cam- 
bridge, Jr. 

Exeter, Nath'l Gordon, 
James W. Odlin, 
William B. Morrill, 
Nathaniel A. Shute. 

Epping, Chas. W. Sargent. 

Farmington, G. L. White- 
house, John D. Lyman. 

Gorham, D. W. Scribner. 

Hampton-Falls, John W. 
Dodge, Thomas L. San- 
born. 

Hanover, David Kimball. 

Haverhill, Nathaniel W. 
Westgate. 

Hillsborough, John C. 
Campbell. 

Jaffrey, Peter Upton, 
Spencer L. Bailey. 

Keene, Thos. H. Leverett, 
George W. Tilden, 
Francis A. Faulkner, 
Daniel Buss, 
K. H. Porter. 

Laconia, John T. Coffin, 
Almon C. Leavitt. 

Lancaster, Richard P. Kent, 
George C. Williams. 

Lebanon, Edw'd J.Durant, 
James H. Kendrick. 

Lisbon, W. H. Cummings. 

Littleton, Adam Moore. 

Manchester, Sam'l D.Bell,* 
Herman Foster, 
Moody Currier, 
David Cross, 
J. Dudley Lyford, 
Jacob F. James, 



Manchester, Sam'l N. Bell, 
Isaac W. Smith, 
Elijah M. Topliff, 
Joseph B. Clark, 
William Stark, 
Charles E. Balch, 
Nathan Parker, 
George B. Chandler, 
Bradbury P. Cilley, 
Stephen G. Clarke, 
Charles W. Johnson, 
Lucien B. Clough. 

Marlow, Ephraim Parker. 

Meredith, S. W. Rollins. 

Milan, Osman M.Twitchell. 

Milford, Hiram A.Daniels, 
Gilbert Wadleigh. 

Moultonborough, John M. 
Emerson. 

Nashua, Aaron F. Stevens, 
B. B. Whittemore, 
Francis Winch, 
Aaron W. Sawyer, 
Albert McKean. 

New-Boston, Nathan Far- 
ley, Jr. 

New-Hampton, John Nash, 
Zebina C. Perkins. 

New-Ipswich, J. Preston, 
Edward A. Barrett. 

Newmarket, David Murray, 
Wm. A. Shackford. 

Newport, Paul J.Wheeler. 

Ossipee, Daniel Wentworth. 

Pembroke, A. Whittemore. 

Peterborough, Charles G. 
Cheney. 

Pittsfield, Josiah Carpenter. 

Portsmouth, William Clag- 
gett,* 
D. P. Brown,* 
James F. Shores, 



48 



COMMISSIONERS. 



Portsmouth, O. W. Penhal- 
low, 

Joseph M. Edmonds, 

Wm. H. Hackett, 

John Sise, 

J. P. Bartlett, 

George G. Brewster, 

Wm. Tuckerman, 

"Wm. L. Dwight, 

John K. Frost. 
Plymouth, J, McQuesten. 
Kochester, J. McDuffie, 

Franklin McDuffie, 

Enoch F. Whitehouse. 
Rollinsford, J. P. Emerson. 
Rye, Warren Parsons. 
Sandwich, Jos.Wentworth, 

Ira A. Bean. 



Sanborn ton, Wm. T. Cass. 

Shelburne, B. Burbank. 

Somersworth, Mark Noble. 
Henry Y. Hayes, 
James B. Shapleigh, 
John A. Burleigh, 
David H. Buffum, 
Joseph A. Stickney. 

Stoddard, Silas Dinsmoor. 

Tuftonboro', John Peavey. 

Warner, George Jones. 

Winchester, Erastus Snow, 
Edward M. Forbes, 
Obadiah Sprague. 

Wolfborough, Thomas J. 
Tebbetts, 
H. B. Rust,* 
Abel Haley. 



COMMISSIONERS. 



The following are Commissioners resident in other States, who 
have been appointed by the Executive of New-Hampshire to take 
testimony and depositions to be read in the Courts of New-Hamp- 
shire ; also to administer oaths, to take the acknowledgment oj 
deeds, power s-of -attorney , and all instruments under seal, to 
be recorded in this State. 



ALABAMA. Mobile, Sidney T. Douglas, Samuel H. Parker. 

CALIFORNIA. San Francisco, James Wilson, Joseph Grant, ij 
J. D. Stevenson, Andrew Williams, Samuel W. Moore, L. W. I 
Sloat, T. J. Thibault, Alexander Bovd, Albert G. Randall, C. J. || 
Brenham, William F. French, Edwin P. Peckham, Sacramento, 
Richard H. Stanley, Wm. N. Price, Wm. G. English, A. K. 
Grim; Stockton, Fletcher C. Andrew. 

CONNECTICUT. Norwich, John T. Wait; Middletown, Arthur ill 
B. Calef ; Hartford, Edward Goodwin, Benning Mann, William^ f 
Wallace ; New-Haven, Lyman E. Munson, A. Lewis Bishop. 

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. Washington, Charles DeSelding 
George C. Thomas, Thomas B. King, George Fisher, Charle 
Walter, Nicholas O. Callan. 

FLORIDA. Tallahassee, C. W. Downing. 

GEORGIA. Savannah, Levi S. Russell. 



COMMISSIONERS. 49 

ILLINOIS Chicago, Charles N. Holden, Alexander Smith, 
, W. R. Lull, Charles Hitchcock, Wm.W. Stuart, R. C. Wright, 
ideon W. Davenport, John W. Magill, Philip A. Hoyne, Wm. 
.Bryant, Gehard Foreman, Nelson Thompson; Peru, George 
r . Gilson, Simeon W. King; Bunker Hill, E. H. Davis; Bearcls- 
wn, Thomas M. Thompson; Bock-Island, Quincy McNiel; Bock- 
reek, Daniel W. Dame. 

INDIANA. Indianapolis, Salman A. Buell, William Y. Wiley; 
mth-Bend, John F. Miller. 

IOWA. Fort Des Moines, Henry C. Grinnell; Davenport, 
imes Thorington, George P. Whitcomb, Richard H. Sylvester; 
\oux City, Robert Means. 

KANSAS. Leavenworth, John A. Halderman. 
KENTUCKY. Covington, Charles Mooar; Lexington, Benj. 
. Graves. 

LOUISIANA. New-Orleans, Samuel B. Davis, Myers M. Co- 
rn, Walter H. Peters, George Rarshede, Wm. Shannon, James 
raham, Robert J. Ker; Shreveport, J. W. Landrum; Bayou 
%ra, DeWitt C Jones. 

MAINE. Kittery, Ephraim Otis, Stillman B. Allen ; Portland, 
ames C. Donnell, Edward H. Davis, Josiah Pierce, Jr., Wm. C. 
an Broeck, Henry Willis, Charles B. Merrill, George E. B. Jack- 
>n, James O. Dannell; Bangor, Ichabod D. Bartlett, George 
ent, John E. Godfrey; Augusta, Asaph R. Nichols; Bath, John 
.'. Kimball; Calais, George B. Burns; Lewiston, Horatio G. Cil- 
y; North-Par sonsfield> John C Moore; Belfast^ Frederick A, 
ewis. 

MARYLAND. Baltimore, Jabez D. Pratt, Geo. W. Browne, 
r m. B. Nelson, Albert A. Nunes, James R. Patridge, Dalrymple 
r illiams, Henry H. Burgess. 

MASSACHUSETTS. Boston, Edward A. Dana, Horace L. 
azelton, George S. Hale, James A. Abbott, W. H. L. Smith, 
enj. Pond, S. W. Bates, Geo. T. Angell, Asa Cothell, Francis B. 
ayes, Daniel Sharp, Augustus H. Fisk, Joseph Nickerson, Geo. 
, Richardson, Ephraim Brown, Jr., Joseph McKean, C. Milton, 
iinuel IT. Jenks, Sumner Albee, Ivers J. Austin, David H. Mason, 
)siah W. Hubbard, Henry E. Hersey, John P. Healey, Stephen 
ordon Nash, Harvey Jewell, R. N. Pierce, Wilder Dwight, Albion 
. P. Joy, Horace G. Hutchins, Samuel L. Thorndike, Henry W. 
aynes, John B. Thayer, Isaac Jones Cutter, Henry H, Downes, 
larles W. Tuttle, Otis Gray Randall, George E. Betton, Robert 
Burbank, Martin Keller, W. E. P. Smyth, John E. M. Gilley, 
muel Wells, Jr., David Bryant, Harman W. Green, Duncan 
cB. Thaxton, John W. Titus, Albert G. Brown, Jr., George S. 
Lllivan, Charles C. Hobbs, Henry F. French, Charles B. F. 
lams, Stillman B. Allen, Alexander S. Wheeler, Charles H. 
ibbard, David C. Kimball, Samuel M. Quincy, Edward L. Hill, 
muel L. Curtis, Edward A. Boardman, Abraham F. Black, 
albridge A. Field, Franklin Haven, Jr., Edwin N. Mathes, Wm. 
Forsaith, Wm. Rogers, James M. Chase. Paul P. Todd, Sumner 
Kimball, Benj. H. Currier, George P. Lawrence, Oliver P. C. 
llings; Lowell, Samuel Lawrence, Arthur F. L. Norris, Samuel 
Clark, Moses G. Howe, William S. Gardner, Ithamar W. 
3 t 



50 COMMISSIONERS. 

Beard; Lawrence, Benjamin Bordman, George P. Briggs; 
Springfield, John M. Stebbens, Andrew S. Merrick ; Worcester, 
J. H. Hill, Isaac Davis, Abraham G. Randall, Thomas W. Fox; 
Milton, James H. Dudley, J. McKean Churchill; Greenfield, 
Benj. P. Tyler; Charlestown, S. J. Hall, Paul Willard, Jr. ; Salem, 
Thomas P. Pingry, Jr., Robert S. Rantoul, Stephen P. Wilde, 
John T. Devereaux; Danvers, Benjamin C. Perkins; Brighton, 
Joseph Dunklee; Reading, Horatio N. Cate; Lynn, Isaac Brown; 
Weymouth, Fisher A. Kingsbury ; Clinton, Charles G. Stevens; 
Winchendon, Benj. P. Tyler, Lafayette W. Pierce, Giles II. Whit- 
ney; Andover, John E. Stanyan; West-Brookfield, D. L. Morril; 
Lexington, Wm. P. Hill ; Neioburyport , Edmund Smith, Charles 
C. Dame, C. O. Morse; Cambridge, John H. Tyler, Ambrose 
Wellington, Henry B. Fernald; Nantucket, E. M. Gardner; 
Chicopee, Augustus L. Soule; Brookline, George A. Palmer; 
Roxbury, Ariel I. Cummings, Otis G. Randall, Paul Willard; 
Townsend, Frederick A. Worcester; Dedham, Frank H. Shorey; 
Walpole, John M. Merrick; Haverhill, John J. Marsh, Henry L. 
Merrill, Thorndike D. Hoclges, George Peabody Russell; Ames- 
bury, Wm. C. Binney; Barnstable, Frederick W. Crocker. 

MICHIGAN. Detroit, Wm. J. Waterman, James M. Johnson; 
Homer, J. Eugene Tenney ; Adrian, Wm. P. Glover; Kalamazoo, 
DwightMay. 

MINNESOTA. St. Paul, John B. Sanborn, Luther B. Guern- 
sey, Nathaniel I. Herrick; St. Anthonifs Falls, David A. Secomb; 
Canhassan, Harrison R. Morse ; Hastings, Oren T. Hayes ; Minne- 
apolis, Richard J. Mendinhall, Cyrus Aldrich ; Owatona, M. A. 
Daley. 

MISSOURI. St. Louis, Edward W. Shands, Charles H. Haven, 
James B. Goff, Joel G. Harper, Charles A. Mantz; St. Joseph, Au- 
gustus S. Hamlin. 

NEW- JERSEY. Patterson, Charles R. Rogers ; Newark, James I 
F. Bond, Isaac M. Andruss. 

NEW-YORK. New-York, James W. Savage, Charles J. Bush- 
nell, Wm. A. Woodward, M. Gibbs, F. G. Burnham, R. A. Wat- 
kinson, C. A. Nichols, S. Lay, Edwin F. Cary, James B. Bullock 
Wm. Furniss, L. N. Glover, Wm. J. Sinclair, Wm. Grandin, Johi 
Livingston, N. W. Busteed, James W. Hale, Edmund J. Porter 
Martin V. B. Wilcoxson, Amos A. Gould, Edward A. Stansbury 
Enoch P. Reed, James C. Rice, Sidney S. Harris, Theodore Sty\e 
port, Joseph F. Macy, Seth Webb, Jr., Horace Andrews, Charki 
Nettleton, Francis E. Dana, Lewis Hurst, Wm. P. Converse, Beri 
jamin Rankin, Benj. F. Mudgett, Bedford A. Watkinson, Benj? 
min A. Hegeman, Augustus P. Mange, Amasa C. Moore, Alexar! 
der Ostrander, Gardner S. Hutchinson, Isaac W. Tucker, Olive i 
Holden Alexander Gardiner, Joseph B. Nones, Charles E. SouM 
Horatio N. Otis, W. Coventry, H. Waddell, Edwin F. Corey, Jr 
Henry C. Bank, Calvin M. Northup, Henry Dunlap, Wm. Birne: 
Allen Ruthaford, Edward Bissell, George Merrill, Augustus I 
Clark, Thomas M. Wyatt, George H. Bissell, John D. Nowel 
Joseph B. Varnum, Jr., Robert Sewell, Samuel F. Bartol, Frjflf 
A. Wilcox, W. Quincy Riddle, Stratford C. H. Bailey, James L 
Hill, Daniel P. Pond, Robert Owen, James T. Fisk, W. J. A. M 
ler, Daniel Siexas; Albany, Sidney S. Harris, William H. Brow) 



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COMMISSIONERS. 51 

Moses S. Adams, Edward Wade; Niagara, Charles H. Piper; 
Perry, Peter Patterson ; Troy, J. D. Billings, Isaac McConihe, D. 
Chancey Osborn ; Ravenswood, Gordon R. Ford; Brooklyn, The,- 
ophilus C. Collicift, T. Perry, Gordon I. Ford; Lansing, George 
M. Dewey; Buffalo, Amos A. Blanchard, John D. Townsend, 
James S. <3ibbs; Little Valley, Salmon P. Russell. „ 

NEW-MEXICO. Santa Fe, Grenville H. Childs. 

NORTH-CAROLINA. Newburn, George S. Baker. 

OHIO. Cleveland, James Wade. Jr., Henry G. Perry; Cincin- 
nati, D. M. Porter, A. Van Hamon, Alexander M. Griffey, Ed- 
ward B. Olcott, John A. Lynch, Samuel S. Carpenter, John H. 
Pratt; Maumee City, S. M. Young. 

OREGON. Youcalla, J. W. P. Huntington ; Portland, Edward 
W. McGaw. 

PENNSYLVANIA. Philadelphia, E. M. Woodward, John H. 
Frick, John Binns, Arthur M. Benton, Charles Sargeant, Fred- 
erick A. Adams, William Sloanaker, Robert W. Wait, Luther B. 
Guernsey, Edward Shippen, Theodore D. Rand, Hugh W. Tener, 
James Todd, James T. Ford; Cincinnati, A. McGruffey, Wm. V. 
Archer, John Russell; Pittsburg, A. W. Foster; Williamsport, C. 
D. Emery. 

RHODE-ISLAND. Providence, Wingate Hayes, Alexander T. 
Button. 

SOUTH-CAROLINA. Charleston, H. H. Baker, S. J. Hull. 

TENNESSEE. Memphis, James E. Temple. 

TEXAS. Galveston, Alfred F. James; Houston, John H. H. 
Woodward; San Antonio, Oliver Dudley Cooke. 

VERMONT. Bellows-Falls, John N. Baxter; Windsor, Dudley 
T. Chase ; Brattlehorough, L. G. Mead ; Bradford, Lewis R. Morris ; 
Norwich, Ira Davis ; Burlington, William G. Shaw ; Springfield, 
Wheelock G. Veasey. 

VIRGINIA. Richmond, S. T. Bayley ; Norfolk, H. Robertson ; 
Wheeling, Alonzo Loring; Alexandria, J. L. Kinzer; Lafayette, 
Isaac H. Wright; Matthews, Wm. L. Walker. 

WISCONSIN. Milwaukie City, John C. Starkweather, Wil- 
liam R. Woodbury ; Kenosha. Isaac W. Webster, Reuben H. Dem- 
ing; Port Washington, William H. Ramsey; Oshkosh, Alexander 
T. Gray; Janesville, George S. Dodge, A. T. Gray; Green Bay, 
James S. Baker; Madison, Calvin Ainsworth; Prescott, Oliver 
Gibbs, Jr. ; Beloit, Roger S. Mills. 

RESIDENT COMMISSIONERS. 

The Executives of each of the following States have appointed, 
as Commissioners resident in New-Hampshire : 

ALABAMA. Dover, Charles W. Woodman. 

CALIFORNIA. Hopkinton, Herman Harris Greene; Ports- 
mouth, George G. Brewster. 

CONNECTICUT. Bath, John L. Carleton : Dover, Charles W. 
Woodman. 

FLORIDA. Dover, C. W. Woodman. 



52 COMMISSIONERS. 

GEORGIA. Dover, C W. Woodman. 

ILLINOIS. Concord, Josiah Minot; Manchester, William C. 
Clarke; Dover, Charles W. Woodman ; Portsmouth, William H. 
Hackett. 

INDIANA. Dover, C. W. Woodman. 

IOWA. Lancaster, George C. Williams; Dover. Charles W. 
Woodman; Alton, J. M. Moody; Portsmouth, Wm. H. Hackett. 

KENTUCKY. Dover, C. W. Woodman. 

MASSACHUSETTS. Concord, William E. Chandler; Keenc, 
Levi Chamberlain, Charles C. Webster, F. A. Faulkner; Ports- 
mouth, W. H. Y. Hackett; Dover, Charles W. Woodman; Man- 
chester, Herman Foster, George A. French: New-Ipswich, John 
Preston; Derry, David Currier; Littleton, Francis P. Knowlton; 
Pelham, Moody Hobbs; Exeter, Charles G. Conner. 

MARYLAND. Portsmouth, Wm. H. Rollins. 

MAINE. Somersworth, Edward A. Rollins; Dover, Charles W. 
Woodman; Portsmouth, Wm. H. Y. Hackett; Northicood, Ira B. 
Hoitt; Derry, L. Harper, David Currier; HopYmton, Dyer H. 
Sanborn. 

MICHIGAN. Portsmouth, William H. Hackett; Concord, Ly- 
man D. Stevens; Hillsborough, F. N. Blood. 

MINNESOTA. Portsmouth, William H. Hackett; Dover, Chas- 
W. Woodman. 

MISSOURI. Dover, Chas. W. Woodman ; Alton, J. M. Moody. 

NEW- YORK. Concord, Arthur Fletcher; Portsmouth, William 
H. Hackett; Hanover, William H. Duncan, Daniel Blaisdell; 
Claremont, Alpheus F. Snow; Derry, Wm. Anderson; Manches- 
ter, L. B. Clough; Dover, Chas. W. Woodman; New-Ipswich, 
John Preston. 

NEW- JERSEY. Dover, Charles W. Woodman. 

NORTH-CAROLINA. Dover, Charles W. Woodman. 

OHIO. Dover, Charles W. Woodman; Portsmouth, Wm. H. 
Hackett. 

PENNSYLVANIA. Dover, Charles W. Woodman; Ports- 
mouth, Wm. H. Hackett. 

RHODE-ISLAND. Concord, Samuel C. Eastman. 

SOUTH-CAROLINA. Dover, Charles W. Woodman. 

TEXAS. Derry, David Currier; Dover, Charles W. Woodman. 

TENNESSEE. Dover, Charles W. Woodman. 

VERMONT. Dover, Charles W. Woodman. 

VIRGINIA. Dover, C. W. Woodman. 

WISCONSIN. Concord, Arthur Fletcher; Dover, C. W. Wood- | 
man; Amherst, Charles Richardson; Portsmouth, William H. 
Hackett. 

COMMISSIONER OF THE UNITED STATES CIRCUIT 
COURT, AND COURT OF CLAIMS. Dover, Charles W. 
Woodman. 



53 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 



COUNTY OF ROCKINGHAM, 

Vas incorporated March 19, 1771. Number of towns, 
thirty-eight. Shire towns, Portsmouth and Exeter. 
(County records kept at Exeter.) Population, 1860, 
50,110. 

County Treasurer — Samuel A. Haley, Newmarket; 
ilary, $150. ' 

Register of Deeds — Alonzo J. Fogg, Exeter. 

County Sealer — Freese Dearborn, Exeter. 

County Commissioners — Darius Frink, Newington; 
'ranklin Crombie, Auburn ; Horace P. Watts, London- 
erry. 

ATKINSON. Justice, State— Greenleaf Clarke. 
Justices, Quorum, Richard Greenough, John Kelly. 
Justices — Isaac B. Hovey, L. P. E. Richards, Albert 
foyes, William Noyes. 

AUBURN. Justices, State — Franklin Crombie, John 
loore. 

Justices — Andrew F. Fox, Nathaniel Brown, William 
V". Leighton, Wm. Henry Murray, Kendrick Emery. 

BRENTWOOD. Justices, Quorum— Sins Noble, Win- 
irop H. Dudley. 

Justices — Jonathan M. Sinclair, James P. Thing, 
oseph B. T. Graves, T. S, Robinson, Frederick Robin- 
m, Simon Gordon, John Ladd. 

CANDIA. Justices, State — John Moore, Rufus E. 
'atten, Jonathan Martin, Carr B. Haines. 

Justices, Quorum — Henry M. Eaton. 

Justices — Moses French, Jr., Joseph C. Langford, 
amuel Dudley, Plumer W. Sanborn, J. Harvey Phil- 
*ick, John Rowe, William Crane, Moses F. Emerson, 
[oses B. Smith, Levi Bean, Wm. M. Neal, John L. 
itts. 

CHESTER. Justices, State— Thomas J. Melvin, John 

J. Noyes. 

Justices, Quorum — John S. Couch, Robert Shirley. 



54 COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Justices — Joseph "Webster, Isaac Lane, Jacob P. 
Whittemore, Asahel l^eeks, Woodbury Masters, John 
Dearborn, Amos Hazelton, Osgood Kichards, Lucien 
Kent, Silas F. Learned, William Tenney. 

DANVILLE. Justice, State — Aaron Quimby, 

Justice, Quorum — Wm. Hoyt. 

Justices — Jairus Towle, Enos Tewksbury, David 
Griffin, Jacob C. Peaslee, Elisha Quimby, Joseph W. 
Blake. 

DEERFIELD. Justices, State — Benjamin Jenness, 
Ira St. Clair. 

Justices, Quorum — Winthrop Hilton, Levi B. Phil- 
brick. 

Justices — Thomas D. Eawlins, D. Stevens, Josiah B. 
Tilton, Lowell Eastman, David Smith, Israel N. Gale, 
Samuel Hobbs, Lewis Ladd, Joseph J. Mills, Samuel 
Woodman, George W. Simpson, Richard J. Sanborn, 
Ezra A. J. Sawyer, George H. Stevens, Stephen Brown, 
Jere. E. Chadwick, John Currier, Samuel G. Haines, 
Benj. T. Brown. 

DERBY. Justices, State — David A. Gregg, Samuel 
Marshall, David Currier, Alexis Proctor. 

Justices, Quorum — William Choate, Greenleaf C. 
Bartlett. 

Justices — Alanson Tucker, Lucien Harper, Richard 
Melvin, Ithamar Hubbard, Leonard Brickett, Joseph 
Montgomery, John H. Waterman, William W. Poor, 
John Porter, Nathaniel H. Brown, James Priest, James 
Choate, Charles C. Parker, George W. Barker. 

EAST-KINGSTON. Justice, State— James M. San- 
born. 

Justices, Quorum — Ezra F. Currier, Benj. K.Webster. 

Justices — Nathan B. Tilton, George B. Webster, 
Albert Currier, Jobn L. Greeley, Joseph C. Sargent. 

EPPING. Justices, State— Darnel W. Ladd, Wm. 
L. Plumer, Horace C. Bacon, George W. Lawrence. 

Justices, Quorum — Nathaniel Batchelder, James M. 
Godfrey, Benjamin M. Eolsom, Henry F. Hoitt. 

Justices — Thomas Eolsom, Abraham Plumer, John L. 
Eolsom, George N. Shepard, John S. H. Erink, Hosea 



ROCKINGHAM COUNTY. 55 

. Burnham, Ezra F. Barber, John L. Martin, David 
>. Plumer, Folsom Dow, Charles M. Norris, "William 
. Lawrence, David F. Bartlett, Frederick T. George. 

EXETER. Justices, State— John Sullivan, William 
| Stickney, Charles H. Bell, William B. Morrill, 
harles G. Conner, John S. Brown, Amos Tack, Nath'l 
■ordon, J. Hamilton Shapley, Stephen W. Dearborn, 
. Dana Wingate. 

Justices, Quorum — Freese Dearborn, Alvah Wood, 
ilman Marston, Moses N. Collins, James M. Lovering, 
eorge W. Towle. 

Justices — Daniel Meicher, Woodbridge Odlin, Joseph 
aylor Gilman, William H. Robinson, John F. Moses, 
plliam P. Moulton, Oren Head, A. P. Blake, John. 
V. Clark, Jarvis McDuffee, Nathaniel Shute, Leonard 
[. Dow, Samuel M. W^ilcox, Charles Gill, William 
"enry Smith, William W. Curtis, Jonathan W. Robin- 
>n, Charles E. Lane, Moses N. Collins, William Phil- 
rick, John H. Kimball, Francis O. French, Benj. T. 
.yer, John D. Wilbur. 

FREMONT. Justice, Quorum— TerlQj Robinson. 

Justices — Isaiah L. Robinson, Timothy Tilton, John 
[. Carr, William H. Brown, Phinehas Bedee, Jr. 

GOSPORT. Justice— Nathaniel F. Berry. 

GREENLAND. Justice, State— Joshua W. Pierce. 

Justices — Edward Holmes, Wm. L. Brackett, Green- 
M C. Clough. 

HAMPSTEAD. Justice, State— J osi^h C. Eastman. 

Justices, Quorum — Moses Hoyt, Francis V. Dow, 
laleb Moulton. 

Justices— Isaac Smith, John Ordway, Samuel Morse, 
Ibenezer lioit, Amos Buck, Henry Putnam, Philo Dow, 
>aniel Nichols, Benaiah Titcomb, Charles H. Shannon, 
loses H. Johnson. 

HAMPTON. Justice, State— Uti Lamprey. 

Justices — Aaron Coffin, John J. Leavitt. David 
Lnowles, Alfred J. Leavitt, Christopher H. Toppan, 
ohn M. Palmer, John P. Towle. 

HAMPTON-FALLS. Justices, Quorum— N. P. 
)ram, George H. Dodge. 



56 COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Justices — Levi Lane, Thomas Brown, Charles H. 
Sanborn, Thayer S. Sanborn, Charles A. Nason, J. W. 
Dodge, Charles T. Brown, James D. Brown. 

KENSINGTON. Justices— Ira Blake, John T. Blake, 
George A. Chase, Ira N. Blake, Joseph W. Brown. 
KINGSTON. Justice, State— Gideon Webster. 

Justices, Quorum — Samuel Webster, Wm. F. Sanborn, 
William C. Patten. 

Justices — John Page, Thomas Bassett, Joseph Judkins, 
George W. Sanborn, Jona. Severance, Andrew J. Cilley, 
Amos Kimball, John P. Sanborn, Daniel C. Long, 
Addison J. Severance, Kichard L. Prescott. 

LONDONDEKPvY. Justice, State— Reed P. Clark. 

Justices, Quorum — Eobert Mack, J. N. Anderson, 
William Anderson, Malachi F. Dodge, Jr. 

Justices — Francis Manter, Thomas Patterson, John 
Shipley, Daniel Wilkins, William J. Campbell, Wm. 
P. Kichardson, David B. Leach, Warren Kichardson, 
Henry Crowell, James M. Platts, Wm. S. Pillsburv, 
Robert C. Mack. 

NEW-CASTLE. Justice, Quorum— John P. Cooper. 
Justices — William Yennard, Thomas Tarlton,- John 
Tarlton, Jr. 

NEWINGTON. Justice, State— Darius Frink. 

Justice, Quorum — Winthrop Pickering. 

Justices — James A. Pickering, John Fabyan, Bichard 
Pickering, Frederick William DeKochemont, Joseph 
W. Pickering, Nathaniel P. Coleman, John L. Pick- 
ering, Elias Frink. 

NEWMAKKET. Justices, State— James B. Creigh- 
ton, David Murray, George W. Kittredge, John K. 
Sanborn, Nathan H. Leavitt, Wm. A. Shackford, Miles 
Durgin, Ingalls Bunker. 

Justices, Quorum — Z. D. Creighton, y Samuel P. Dow, 
Samuel A. Haley. 

Justices — John S. Bennett, John Perkins, T. Murray, 
William Folsom, Nathan H. Harvey, Samuel French, 
John F. Chapman, Joseph D. Stott, John W. Adams. 

NEWTON. Justice, State— Elijah K. Currier. 

Justices, Quorum — John Hoit, Thomas Carter. 



ROCKINGHAM COUNTY. 57 

Justices — Jonathan G. Gale, Zebadiah Hoit, Philip 
Whittier, Sargent Heath, Ebenezer Peaslee, Alexander 
White. 

NORTH-HAMPTON. Justice, Quorum— Nathaniel 
Bachelder: 

Justices— S. D. Lane, Hezekiah B. Lamprey, J. S. 
Hobbs, Bufus Leavitt, Moses L. Hobbs. 

NORTHWOOD Justices, State— Ira, B. Hoitt, Sam- 
uel G. Clarke. 

Justice, Quorum — W. T. Willey. 

Justices — Jonathan K. Hoit, Samuel S. James, Hollis 
J. Clark, Henry Knowlton, Chase C. Hill, Ezra Tasker, 
Vincent P. Tasker, John R. Richardson, Woodbury M. 
Durgin. 

NOTTINGHAM. Justices, State— James H. Butier, 
Daniel Tuttle, Samuel S. Dame. 

Justices, Quorum — Joseph Bartlett, Jonathan Gove, 
Edward F. Gerrish. 

Justices — John Crawford, Daniel Demeritt, Ebenezer 
8. Tuttle, William Jenness, John H. Marston, John C. 
Holmes, George W. White, Wm. Norris, John O. Cil- 
ley, Thomas B. Bartlett, Noah O. Smith, Bradbury 
Bartlett. 

PLAISTOW. Justice, State— Hiram Smart, Jr. 

Justices, Quorum — Benj. George, Joseph N. George. 

Justices — Richard Welch, William H. Hills, Moses 
C. Kimball, Jesse E. George, Amos C. Clement, James 
M. Davis, Stephfti Badger, Frank D. Pollard. 

PORTSMOUTH. Justices, State— Abner Greenleaf, 
R. Jenness, William Qlaggett, John R. Redding, Albert 
H. Hoyt, Ichabod Goodwin, Horton D. Walker, Thos. 
L. Tullock, Wm. H. Y. Hackett, John Bennett, Joseph 
M. Edmonds, James W. Emery, Charles Doe, George 
Gr. Brewster. 

Justices, Quorum — Daniel P. Drown, Augustus Jen- 
rins, Lory Odell, Henry F. Wendell, Samuel Spinney, 
Oliver W. Penhallow, Alfred M. Hoyt, William Lam- 
3ert, Samuel H. Goodall, Horace Webster, William H. 
Rollins, Wm H. Hackett, Wm. Simes, Wm. L. Dwight, 
Albert R. Hatch. 

Justices — Alfred W. Haven, Josiah G. Hadley, John 
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58 COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Knowlton, Peter Jenness, John W. Fernald, Joseph D. 
Pillow, Ammi E. H. Fernald, William Tuckerman, 
James P. Bartlett, Christopher S. Toppan, William E. 
Martin, Moses Wherren, Joseph P. Morse, Joseph B. 
Adams, William Conn, Aurin M. Payson, Sam'l Gray, 
John Christie, William A. Yaughan, Alexander H. 
Ladd, Jacob Walden, Edwin 1ST. Mathes, Amos Pear- 
son, Andrew Gardner, John Sise, John N. Frost, 
Edmund M. Brown, John H. Bailey, Clement March, 
Simon Swett, John Stavers, Daniel H. Spinney, John 
E. Eider, Charles W. Bailey. 

EAYMOISTD. Justices, State — Joseph Blake, John 
Brown. 

Justices, Quorum — James W^elch, Daniel N. Lane, 
Josiah S. Jones. 

Justices — Benjamin B. Gilman, Levi Brown, John 
Healey, Samuel B. Gove, Horace Gordon, Oliver Jones, 
Oliver Tilton, James T. Dudley, Sewell D. Tilton, True 
M. Gould, Samuel M. Harriman, Jeremiah Fullerton, 
Wilson S. Abbott. 

EYE. Justice, Quorum — Thomas J. Parsons. 

Justices — Charles J. Brown, William Locke, Charles 
A. Drake, Jonathan T. Walker, Emmons B. Philbrick, 
Nelson M. Bailey, Uri H. Jenness, David A. Bean. 

SALEM. Justices, Quorum — John C. Ewins, Moores 
Bailey. 

Justices — David Messer, Silas Hall, O. Dustin, Eich'd 
Woodbury, John E. Eowell, M. H. Taf lor, Isaiah Kelly, 
William G. Crowell, Willard G. Smith, Isaac Wood- 
bury, Isaac Thorn, Jeremiah D. Drew. 

SAISTDOWIST. Justice, Quorum — Eliphalet Hunt. 

Justices — Thomas Cotton, William French, G. M.- 
Davis, E. Hoyt, 2d, Eobert Sanborn, William Crawford,! 
Charles C. Hunkins, Freeman Eyder. 

SEABEOOK. Justice, Quorum — John Philbrick. 
Jws^ces— Oliver Eaton, J. M. Weare. 

SOTJTH-H AMPTOK. Justices, Quorum — Eufus | 
Dow, Gilman B. Currier, Moses Eaton, Jr. 

Justices — Anson Gile, George S. Currier, Eufus F. 
Dow, Greenleaf Kelly, Benjamin E. Jewell. 



ROCKINGHAM COUNTY. 59 

SOUTH-NEWMARKET. Justices, quorum— Benj. 
[Joe, Amos Paul. 

Justices — Joseph Lang, John Fobs, Ezekiel Sanborn, 
Samuel Neal, Samuel Cilley, Amos Towle, George S. 
Shackford. 

STRATHAM. Justices, State— John Scammon, Jo- 
;iah B. Wiggin, John 0. Wiggin. 

Justices — Zebulon J. Wiggin, Benjamin D. Leigh ton, 
Greenleaf C. Brown, George H. Odell, Benjamin F. 
Olark, Nathan M. Barker, Zachariah B. French, An- 
drew Wiggin, George E. Lane. 

WINDHAM. Justices — Jeremiah Morrison, Kobert 
Bartley, Francis A. Marden, James C. Steele, Kobert B. 
Jackson, George W. Weston. 

Sheriff— Joseph B. Adams, Portsmouth. 
* Deputy Sheriffs' — Candia, Carr B. Haines; Derry, 
George W. Barker ; Exeter, Nathaniel K. Leavitt, 
Levi G. W. Towle; Epping, Benjamin S. Clifford; 
Hampstead, Caleb Moulton ; Newmarket, Miles Durgin ; 
Northwood, W. S. Ring ; Portsmouth, Orin Bragdon ; 
Plaistow, Amos C. Clement ; Kingston, Amos Kimball ; 
Nottingham, George L. Dearborn. 

Deputy Sheriffs in other Counties deputized to serve in 
this County — Manchester (Hillsborough County), Isaac 
W. Farmer, Daniel L. Stevens ; Pittsfield (Merrimack 
County), Francis B. Berry. 

Jailers — Portsmouth, Joseph B. Adams; Exeter, John 
S. Brown. 

Coroners — Exeter, John S. Brown, William O. Smith ; 
Brentwood, John Gordon ; Auburn, John Moore ; Ches- 
ter, John S. Couch ; Newmarket, Wm. A. Shackford. 



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COUNTY OF STRAFFOED, 

Was incorporated March 19, 1771. Number of Towns, 
13. Shire Town, Dover. Population, 1860, 30,416. 

County Treasurer— Shubael B. Cole, Dover ; salary, 
$100. 

Register of Deeds — David W. Parshiey, Dover. 

County Sealer — John S. Hayes, Somers worth. 

County Commissioners — George W. Caverno, Straf- 
ford ; Thomas Bennett, New-Durham ; Joseph D. Gup- 
py, Dover. 



BABKINGTON. Justice, State— George McDaniel. 

Justices, Quorum — Samuel Sherburne, H. Hall, S. P. 
Montgomery, John H. "Winkley, Jr. 

Justices — John S. Eernald, Gilman Hall, Ephraim* 
Cater, Alfred W. Buzzell, James S. Marden, Albert K. 
Waterhouse, Hatevill Bumford, John B.Young, William 
Waterhouse, Albert S. H. Gear, John Q. A. Swain, J. 
A. Buzzell, Jonathan B. Drew, Jacob D. Young, Albert 
L. Taylor, George W. Caverly, Wm. Berry, Jr. 

DOYEB. Justices, State — Thomas E. Sawyer, Daniel 
M. Christie, Charles W. Woodman, Andrew Peirce, 
Noah Martin, Joseph H. Smith, John H. White, Eze- 
kiel Hurd, John P. Hale, William B. Wlggin, Charles 
A. Tufts, William E. Estes, Amasa Boberts, Henry T. 
Wiswall, Daniel Smith, Wolcott Hamlin, Asa Ereeman. 

Justices, Quorum — Andrew Tuttle, John T. Gibbs, 
George T. Wentworth, Samuel M. Wheeler, Walter 
Sawyer, Samuel Dennis, Thomas J. W. Pray, James 
Hanson, Edward Sawyer. 

Justices — Charles Young, John Clement, Shubael 
Varney, Woodbury T. Prescott, William Burr, George 
Wadleigh, John Stackpole, George D. Yittum, Levi G. 
Hill, James Yarney, Paul A. Stackpole, Daniel Hussey, 
Edmund J. Lane, Thomas J. Palmer, Andrew H. 
Young, Ezra Kimball, Benjamin A. Eord, Joseph D. 
Guppy, William J. Chesley, K. E. Clark, James Little- 
field, Joseph A. Pierce, NT. Wiggin, A. Lupus, George 
W. Tash, Charles Woodman, Ira A. Moody, James T. 
Twombly, Gerrish P. Drew, George W. Wendell, Cha's 



STRAEFOKD COUNTY. 61 

W. Thurston, John B. Bruce, Leonard S. Kand, Jona- 
;han P. Baker, David W. Parshly, Thomas A. Hender- 
son, Geo. W. Benn, Silas Moody, William B. Lyman, 
Benjamin P. Pierce, John L. Platts, Simon Torr, Burt 
r. Cooke, Daniel Hall, John H. Leighton, Timothy H. 
3nell, Jasper G. Wallace, Daniel C. Wiggin, Zimri S. 
Wallingford, Wells Waldron, Thomas I.^Willey, E. 
Hall, Lucien B. Legg. 

DURHAM. Justices, State— Valentine Smith, Jr., 
John A. Eichardson. 

Justices, Quorum — Valentine Smith, John W. King- 
nan, Ebenezer Thompson. 

Justices-L-Steiphen Demeritt, Joseph Young, 2d, Ben- 
amin Doe, J. Young, Thomas Flanders, Greenleaf 
Nute, William P. Jones, Joseph C. Bartlett, Joseph 
Smith, James M. Bunker. 

PAKMINGTOIST. Justices, State— George N. East- 
nan, David T. Parker, George L. Whitehouse, Simon 
F. Hayes, Josiah B. Edgerly. 

Justices, Quorum — John D. Lyman, George M. Her- 
ring. 

Justices — Benjamin B. Peavey, Isaac Merrill, Peter 
M. Home, Miles Scruton, Jeremy Wingate, H. Barker, 
E. Kicker, C. M. Demeritt, Charles Tibbetts, Edward 
Barnard, Alexander M. Winn, James E. Fernald, 
Dearborn Wedgewood, Horace P. Tuttle, George P. 
ritcomb, Levi Pearl, Charles H. Eoberts, John Barker, 
Reuben H. Copp. 

LEE. Justices, State — Gorham W. Hoitt, Joseph 
Tuttle. 

Justice, Quorum — George Lang. 

Justices — Israel Bartlett, Nathaniel G. Davis, Thomas 
M. Thompson, Job B. Langley, Charles H. Layn, John 
J 1 . Chesley, S. Layn, William A. Jenkins, George E. 
Durgin, Davis Lang, Jeremiah Smith. 

MADBURY. Justices — Tichenor Miles, Reuben 
Hayes, Charles H. Kingman, Ezra E. Demeritt, Ira T. 
fenkins, John B. Huckins, Charles R. Meserve, James 
I. Small. 

MIDDLETON. Justice, State— Alyah Scates. 



62 COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Justices, Quorum — David Davis, Isaiah G. Orne, Jer- 
emiah S. Colbath. 

Justices — Augustus G-. Orne, John L. Pike, Benjamin 
P. Chesley, Jonathan Daniels, Charles York, James 
Hilton, Eleazer S. Pike. 

MILTOIST. Justice, State— John E. Goodwin. 

Justice, Quorum — Eli Wentworth. 

Justices — Daniel P. Warren, Joseph Pearl, Kobert 
Mathes, Elias S. Cook, David Wallingford, Charles C. 
Hayes, Thomas Y. Wentwork, Asa Fox, Daniel E. Pal- 
mer, Joseph Plumer, Luther Hayes, Ezra H. Twombly, 
Joseph Mathes, Elbridge W. Fox, Charles Jones, 
Charles H. Goodwin, Ebenezer Wentworth. ' 

NEW-DUEHAM. Justices, State— Joseph Boodey, 
Samuel Downing, Jr., Enoch Berry. 

Justices — Baalis B. Tebbetts, Ezekiel H. Berry, Moses 
H. Chesley, ISTehemiah Morrison, Samuel W. Joy, Cha's 
M. Warren, Elihu Hayes, Jonathan H. Downing, E. E. 
Berry. 

KOCHESTEK. Justices, State— Cyrus K. Sanborn," 
Nicholas V. Whitehouse. 

Justices, Quorum — James H. Edgerly, Charles Den- 
nett, Daniel J. Parsons, Charles S. Whitehouse. 

Justices — James Tebbetts, William A. Kimball, Beu- 
ben Tilton, Jonathan Hussey, J. W. Furber, Samuel 
Meserve, Aaron P. Wingate, William Band, Ebenezer 
J. Mathes, John Legro, Silas Hussey, Jr., James Far- 
rington, Kehemiah Kimball, John Folsom, Enoch 
Whitehouse, Isaac W. Springfield, William M. Hart, 
Jacob H. Ela, Asa Boberts, John S. Hayes, Charles K. 
Chase, Joshua Vickery, Jesse Horn, William K. Kim- 
ball, John P. Trickey, Simon Wentworth, Enoch C. 
Dow, David Hayes, Joseph H. Worcester, Jeremiah D. 
Evans. 

BQLLINSFOBD. Justice, State— Hiram K. Koberts. 

Justice, Quorum — Joshua Converse. 

Justices — Leavitt H. Yeaton, Samuel H. Wentworth, 
William B. Garvin, John P. Emerson, Paul B. Went- 
worth, John H. Boberts, Andrew Bollins, Ebenezer S. 
Nowell, William H. Morton, John S. Meserve, Ebene- 



STRAFFORD COUNTY. 



63 



zer E. Doe, Nahum "Went worth, Edmund C, Goodwin, 
Charles N. Calloy, Charles Malloy. 

SOMEKSWOKTH. Justices, State— Jacob C. Han- 
son, Nathaniel Wells, Ichabod G. Jordan, Enoch Per- 
kins, Royal Eastman, E. M. Webber, James B. Shap- 
ieigh, George W. Burleigh, Edward A. Kollins. 

Justices, Quorum — Mark Noble, Albert A. Perkins, 
John M. C. Perkins. 

Justices — John Horn, True W*. Woodman, Benjamin 
B. Wentworth, Benjamin Cook, John A. Bagley, Or- 
lando J. Bagley, Samuel Twombly, William A. Jen- 
kins, Charles F. Elliott, George W. Balloch, Jr., Sam'l 
D. Whitehouse, Cha's W. Emerson, Sheldon H. Annis, 
Stephen S. Chick, Ichabod Pearl, Oliver H. Lord, Isaac 
Chandler, Joshua P. Littlefield, George W. Wendell, 
3-eorge W. Hubbard, William D. Knapp, John C. Hill, 
Charles P. Carter, James T. Purber, Samuel B. Shap- 
leigh. 

STK AFFORD. Justices, State— Benning W. Jen- 
less, Benjamin T. Foss, Edward Walker, George C. 



Justices, Quorum— John Caverly, J. Perkins, William 

'dss, Ezra Drown. 

Justices — Hudson Peavey, John C. Foss, Moses Wil- 
iams, William Yeaton, Nathaniel Brock, Thomas Cars- 
tvell, Daniel L. Babb, Jacob Drew, John Peavey, 
David K. Montgomery, John W. Jewell, Joel Babb, 
Demeritt Place, John Sanders, John K. Evans, Warren 
Foss, Paul Perkins, Jr., George W. Carswell, John J. 
Leighton, Tobias D. Foss, Stephen Leighton, Warren 
Poye, George W. Caverno, James V. Clark, Charles A. 
%lbath, Yirgil H. McDaniel, Nehemiah C. Twombly, 
3enj. F. Winkley. 

Sheriff— John Legro, Rochester. 

Deputy Sheriffs — Dover, Jonathan P. Baker, George 
W. Colbath ; Farmington, Edward Barnard ; Rollins- 
ord, Ebenezer S. Nowell ; Strafford, Warren Foss ; 
7reat Falls, James B. Shapleigh ; Rochester, John I. 
Legro ; Milton, Ezra H. Twombly. 

Deputy Sheriffs in other Counties deputized to serve in 



64 COUNTY OFFICERS. 

this Comity — Newmarket (Rockingham County), Miles 
Durgin ; Epping, B. F. Clifford ; Northwood, W. S. 
Ring ; Wakefield (Carroll County), Hiram Paul. 

Jailer — Shubael Yarney, Dover. 

Coroners — Dover, Thomas J. W. Pray ; Rochester, 
Charles Dennett ; Somersworth, James B. Shapleigh ; 
Milton, Daniel E. Palmer. 



COUNTY OF BELKNAP, 

Was incorporated December 22, 1840. Number of Towns, 
10. Shire Town, Gilford. Population, 1860, 18,551. 

County Treasurer — Rufus K. Parker, Laconia ; salary 
$75. 

Register of Deeds — Jacob P. Boodey, Gilford. 

County Sealer — "William T. Sargent, Gilford. 

County Commissioners — Joseph A.Walker, Barnstead ; 
Nicholas D. Garmon, Upper-Gilmanton ; Benj. M. San- 
horn, Gilford. 



ALTON. Justices, Quorum — Reuben Hayes, Henry 
Hurd, Jefferson M. Moody, Charles Hayes. 

Justices — Daniel Sawyer, William Emerson, Jacob 
Place, Charles C. Richardson, Moses Gilman, Daniel E. 
Davis, A. Clough, Benjamin L. Frohock, Morrison 
Bennett, Jonathan F. Chesley, Andrew. Huckins, Rich- 
ard Plumer, Seth W. French, Jacob R. Davis, Joseph 
E. Berry, Sewall T. Roberts. 

BARNSTEAD. Justices, State— Samuel G. Berry, 
Seth Shackford, Richard Garland, Charles S. George. 

Justices, Quorum — Joseph A. Walker, J. H. Nutter. 

Justices — Oliver Dennett, Robert S. Webster, Thomas 
K. Proctor, George Nutter, Nathaniel Hanson, Asa 
Garland, John H. Langley, Charles S. French, John L. 
Nutter, George W. Emerson, Samuel G. Shackford, 
E. Jones, Horace N. Colbath, Samuel F. Merrill, John 
W. F. Locke, John McNeil. 

CENTER-HARBOR. Justices, Quorum — Timothy 
Perkins, John H. Moulton. 



BELKNAP COUNTY. 65 

Justices — Harrison C. Smith, Otis F. Hawkins, Hazen 

'1. Senter. 

GILFORD. Justices, State — Charles Lane, William 
j. Avery, Samuel C. Clark, Jotham P. Hutchinson. 

Justice, Quorum — Nathaniel Edgerly. 

Justices — Ebenezer S. Hunt, Ephraim Mallard, Charles 
libbard, Daniel B. Eaton, John Blaisdell, Benjamin 
ewett, Benjamin M. Sanborn, George W. Sanders, Ben- 
imin J. Cole, Richard Gove, Benjamin Wadley, Thomas 
Lam, Jacob P. Boodey, John G. Weeks, Stephen S. 
Lyer, David Y. Smith, John J. Morrill, Hiram Hunt, 
L G. Bennett, Heman Hunter, William Morrill, John 
\. Wiggin, William T. Sargent, Harlan Jewett, Zenas 
^hittier, Aaron C. Blaisdell, Richard H. Sanborn, 
J-eorge W. Munsey, Jr., Henry H. Sleeper, Winborn 
l. Sanborn, John Q. Jewett, William P. Crocker, John 
Lldrich, George Stevens, Woodbury L. Melcher, Charles 
V. Chase. 

GILMAN TON. Justices, State— Thomas Cogswell, 
Jfred Prescott, Jonathan P. Hill, John K. Woodman. 

Justices, Quorum — John S. Shannon, Jonathan T. 
!offin, Stephen L. Greeley, Edmund Williams, Andrew 
lack. 

Justices — Thomas Durrell, D. B. Merrill, John K. 
)udley, Moses Price, Moses Gilman, Abraham S. Gale, 
William 1ST. Swain, James M. Gilman, Tyler S. Tilton, 
ohn C. Bean, Simon Clough, Josiah J. Bean, Cyrus 
rilman, Levi H. Mudgett, Henry E. Marsh, John L. 
^elley, Moses S. Gale, George W." Parsons, William R. 
[utchinson, Levi W. Sanborn, Rufus E. Gale, William 
i ; . Gale, A. Folsom. 

LACONIA. Justices, State. Warren Lovell, O. A. 
. Vaughan, James Gordon, Stephen C. Lyford, Wil- 
am N. Blair. 

Justices, Quorum — George W. Stevens, John L. Per- 
sy, Thomas J. Whipple, Ellery A. Hibbard, John C. 
[oulton. 

Justices — Hugh Blaisdell, Bartlett Hill, Stephen W. 
[ead, Ezekiel B. Lawrence, T. Eastman, Samuel C. 
aldwin, Noah Robinson, Joseph P. Pitman, Samuel 
[. Doe, Benjamin T. Sanborn, Samuel W. Flanders, 



66 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 



Augustus Doe, Ebenezer P. Osgood, Benjamin H. 
Whitcher. 

MEEEDITH. Justices, State— Hiram French, John 
Wadleigh, Samuel Bean, Bradbury C. Tuttle, Samuel 
W. Eollins, Hanson Beede. 

Justices, Quorum — Josiah Norris, Joseph S. Neal. 

Justices — Joseph Ela, B. S. Tuttle, John Haynes, Eb- 
enezer S. Mooney, Smith Swain, George G. Hoit, L. 
Plummer, Ebenezer Stevens, Hosea S. Swain, Charles 
P. Towle, Jeremiah B. Swain. 

NEW-HAMPTON. Justices, State— Dana Wood- 
man, John M. Elanders. 

Justices, Quorum — Nathaniel Norris, Nathaniel P. 
Smith. 

Justices — Augustus Burpee, E. Eisk, Benjamin Wood- 
man, Alvah Downing, William G. Kelley, Washing- 
ton Mooney, Jasper E. Glidden, John Dalton, David 
H. Smith, William Mason, Benjamin F. Perkins, Otis 
E. Bacheler, Jonathan T. Weeks. 

SANBOENTON. Justices, State— Samuel Tilton, 
Benjamin M. Colby. 

Justices, Quorum — Moses W. Weeks, Alexander H. 
Tilton, James P. Tilton, David E. Johnson, J. Ware 
Butterfield. 

Justices — Zebulon Smith, Bradbury Morrison, N. H. 
Clark, Nathaniel G. Ladd, Oliver Knowlton, Josiah C. 
Philbrick, Eobinson C. Eollins, Jonathan M. Taylor, 
Abraham B. Sanborn, John H. Clark, Amos C. Hanna- 
ford, Joseph P. Dearborn, J. Bamford, Herman T. 
Hale, Ereeman B. Plumer, Jonathan P. Sanborn, Ben- 
jamin M. Durgin, Eolsom Morrill, Thomas Webster, 
Jr., Charles C. Eogers, Ebenezer E. Odell, Jeremiah C. 
Tilton, Dudley Eolsom, Moses Leighton, Dexter Chase, 
James W. Bailey, Eichard Calley, Charles W. Colby. 

UPPEB-GILMANTON (Gilmanton divided) was 
incorporated June 28, 1859. 

Justice, State — Charles A. Hackett. 

Justices, Quorum — Jeduthan Earrar, Joseph Badger, 
Ira Mooney. 

Justices — Benjamin Morrill, Jeremiah Leavitt, Jona- 
than Eundlett, Elijah 0. Bean, Napoleon B. Gale, A. P. 



CARKOLL COUNTY. b/ 

!. Currier, Jesse Doloff, Joseph M. Folsom, Isaiah Pi- 
er, John W. Wells, Nicholas D. G-armon, Gorham 
wain. 

Sheriff— Hanson Beede, Meredith. 

Deputy Sheriffs — Alton, George D. Savage ; Laconia, 
artlett Hill ; Gilford (Lake Village), Timothy D. Ba- 
er ; > Sanbornton, Warren H. Smith. 

Deputy Sheriffs in other Counties deputized to serve in 
his County — Farmington (Strafford County), Edward 
>arnard ; Franklin (Merrimack County), J. P. Sanborn; 
Concord, J. B. Merrill ; Canterbury, Wm. H. Currier ; 
^ittsfield, Francis B. Berry ; Bristol (Grafton County), 
ames T. Sanborn. 

Coroner — Laconia, George L. Sibley. 



COUNTY OF CARROUL, 

Vas incorporated December 22, 1840. Number of Towns, 
17. Shire Town, Ossipee. Population, 1860, 20,476. 

County Treasurer — John G. Kobinson, Tarn worth ; 
alary, $75. 

Register of Deeds — Loammi Hardy, Ossipee. 

County Sealer — Asa Beacham, Ossipee. 

County Commissioners — Arthur C.Quimby, Sandwich ; 
Tharles W. Wilder, Conway ; Joseph Q. Holes, Ossipee. 



ALBANY. Justice, Quorum— Thomas F. Odell. 

Justices — Samuel Kobertson, Stephen Palmer, John 
I. Parish, Thomas J. Allard. 

BABTLETT. Justices,^ Quorum— John P. Pitman, 
foseph Pitman, George Pitman. 

Justices — Samuel P. Meserve, Elias M. Hall, Nicholas 
D. Stillings, G. W. M. Pitman, C. Stilphen, Benjamin 
E\ Pendexter, Isaac Meserve, John D. Thompson. 

BKOOKFIELD. Justice, State— Joshua N. Cate. 

Justices, Quorum — W. T. Cate, Dudley C. Colman. 

Justices — Henry Tibbetts, William Blake, Jr., Jona- 
than W. Sanborn, Jonathan Buzzell. 



68 COUNTY OFFICERS. 

CHATHAM. Justices, Quorum — Asa P. Eastman, 
Ithiel E. Clay. 
Justices — Kice W. Guptill, Seth Wyman. 

CONWAY. Justices, State— Jonathan T. Chase, F. 
K. Chase, Joel Eastman, Eliphalet Cloutman. 

Justices — Benjamin Bean, Cha's S. Whittaker, Tobias 
A. Hanson, Edward P. Lamson, James C. Willey, 
Samuel Hazelton, Samuel B. Shackford, John McMil- 
lan, Isaac E. Merrill. 

EATON". Justice, State— Joseph E. Perkins. 

Justice, Quorum — Stephen W. Perkins. 

Justices — Stephen Allard, Thomas K. Giles, Silas 
Snow, Lucien Danforth, Erastus Baker, Edmund W. 
Fernald, Nathaniel Currier, John W. Perkins, Elias R. 
Sargent, Charles Robertson. 

EFFING-HAM. Justice, £fote— Josiah. Dearborn- 

Justice, Quorum — Bufus H. Burbank. 

Justices — Carr L. Drake, Smith Gilman, John C. 
Leavitt, Josephus L. Drake, Benjamin F. Taylor, John 
Demeritt, J. Leavitt, 2d, John Kennett, Simon P. Hill, 
Abram Drake, John Andrews, Andrew J. Milliken, 
Nathan W. Titcomb, Eobert Fulton, Samuel L. Drake, 
Alphonzo Taylor. 

FREEDOM. Justices, State— ZebxAon Pease, E.Towle. 

Justice, Quorum — Calvin Topliff. 

Justices — John Lord, Joseph Smith, James Milliken, 
Josiah Thurston, John T. Swett, Solomon Andrews, 
Stephen Drown, S. Bennett, John Parsons, Addison 
Nutter, Orestes R. Topliff, Edwin Pease, Albert Locke, 
William Mills, Josiah P. Cushing. 

JACKSON. Justice, State— George P. Meserve. 
Justice, Quorum — Rufus U. Pinkham. 
Justices — Daniel Dinsmore, Joseph B. Trickey, Jona- 
than Gale, Joseph Perkins, Nathaniel C. Trickey. 

MADISON. Justice, Quorum — Isaiah Forrest. 

Justices — Augustus Lary, James Mooney, James J. 
Merrow, Mark P. Blaisdell, Matthew Jackson, John 
Chick, William Mason, Josiah H. Hobbs, Abraham 
Harriman. 



CARROLL COUNTY. 69 

MOULTONBOROUGH. Justice, State — Samuel 

Emerson. 

Justice, Quorum — Enoch True. 

Justices— Samuel P. Moulton, Benjamin M. Mason, 
Jonathan Copp, Abner Adams, Reuben Smith, Jr., 
Samuel Abbott, David L. Warren, Wm. H. H. Mason, 
Benjamin E. Thurston, P. C. Kelley, Eleazer Davis, 
Joseph H. Watson, Hazen M. Senter, John B. Dow, 
Ansel 1ST. True, James .French, Anthony 0. Hardy. 

OSSIPEE. Justice, State— Luther D. Sawyer. 

Justices, Quorum — Sanborn B. Carter, John Smith, 
Ezekiel Dore, Asa Beacham. 

Justices — Daniel Wentworth, Alvah Moulton, John 
Brown, Luther Young, Levi Smith, Moses Merrill, Levi 
Perkins, W. H. Hobbs, James L. Brown, James Rey- 
nolds, Israel L. Sanders, Benjamin F. Abbott, Gideon 
Oilman, Samuel D. Quarles, Joseph Q. Roles, Pierce L. 
Wiggin. 

SANDWICH. Justices, State — Joseph Wentworth, 
M. H. Marston, William M. Weed, Parker Plumer. 

Justices, Quorum — W. Cogan, Ira A. Bean. 

Justices — Elijah Skinner, Beede Yarney, John Gove, 
Enoch Q. Fellows, Daniel G. Beede, Jeremiah Furber, 
John H. Hilton, Thomas J. Swett, Daniel Q. Bean, 
Langdon G. Clark, Joseph C. Wiggin, James M. Smith, 
Eli Cook, Robert M. Pennemann, David P. Cotton, 
Thomas Smith, Josiah Bedee, Lewis Hoag, Arthur C. 
Quimby, Gilman Moulton. 

TAMW T ORTH. Justices, State— Obed Hall, Joseph 
Gilman, Larkin D. Mason. 

Justices, Quorum — Enoch Remick, True Perkins, David 
G. Stevenson, Timothy Cook. 

Justices— Andrew W. Hill, Samuel S. Beede, James 
Howard, Eleazer Young, Andrew Neally, Joshua Nick- 
erson, 1ST ahum Gilman, Charles P. Cook, John G. Robin- 
son, David M. Gilman, Oliver W. Shaw, Otis G. Hatch, 
Henry Hey wood, Joseph Sanborn, Jason Marston, 
Hiram M. Sanborn, Jonathan Nickerson. 

TUFTONBOROTJGH. Justice, Quorum— John Pea- 
vey. 

Justices — William P. Edgerly, George Fox, John 



70 COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Haley, George B. Canney, William W. Blaisdell, Daniel 
A. Wigging Charles H. Copp, Philip D. Blaisdell, Wil- 
liam 1ST. Roberts, Samuel D. Fox, James C. Seavey, 
Charles G. Edgerly, John E. Bennett. 

WAKEFIELD. Justice, State— Amasa Copp. 

Justices, Quorum — William Sawyer, John Wingate, 
William Sawyer, Jr. 

Justices — John Clark, Ephraim G. Smith, John W. 
Sanborn, William P. Burley, John Tredick, George W. 
J. Copp, Albro Wen^worth, Charles Chesley, Joshua H. 
Cloutman, Nathaniel Paul, Joshua Brooks, James Mc- 
Norton Cook, Charles W. Page, Hiram Paul, John L. 
Swinerton, Charles E. Swinerton, James A. Chesley, 
Samuel H. Smith. 

WOLFBOBOUGH. Justices, State— Henry B. Bust, 
T. Bust, T. J. Tibbetts, Abel Halev, George Bust. 
Thomas L. Whitton, Charles F. Hill, John M. Brack- 
ett, John Fox. 

Justice, Quorum — John C. Young. 

Justices — George W. Hersey, Daniel Martin, Aaron 
Roberts, Z. Batchelder, Moses P. Brown, James Bick- 
ford, J. L. Meader, Nathaniel H. Cotton, James Ed- 
gerly, George W. Warren, Moses T. Gate, William C. 
Fox, C. Remick, John W. Avery, Porter W. Brown, 
Joseph Stevenson, Richard R. Davis, Thomas L. Mar- 
den, Albert J. Hersey, Moses Thompson, Charles F. 
Parker, John G. Cate, John Wingate, Jr., Joseph Jen 
ness, Charles H. Parker. 

Sheriff— Charles H. Parker, Wolf borough. 

Deputy Sheriffs — Conway, Leavitt H. Eastman, ; Ef- 
fingham, John Demeritt ; Freedom, Enoch Dan forth ; 
Moultonborough, Benjamin E. Thurston ; Ossipee, Daniel 
Wentworth, Luther Young ; Sandwich, Gilman Moul- 
ton, S. S. Beede ; Wakefield. George A. Neal, William 
A. Maleham ; Wolf borough, Gilman Cooper. 

Deputy Sheriff's in other Counties deputized to serve in 
this County — Meredith (Belknap Co.), Hanson Beede. 

Coroners— Ossipee, Asa Beacham ; Wakefield, Samuel 
W. Roberts. 



71 



COUNTY OF MERRIMACK, 

Was incorporated July 23, 1823. Number of Towns, 25, 
Shire Town, Concord. Population, 1860, 41,460. 

County Treasurer — Jeremiah Morse, Newbury ; sal- 
ary, $110. 

Register of Deeds— Nathan W. Gove, Concord. 

County Sealer— James H. Chase, Concord. 

County Commissioners — Hiram Buswell, Warner ; Hen- 
ry L. Burnham, Dumbarton ; Daniel E. Hill, Northiield, 



ALLEISTSTOWN. Justices, quorum— -Charles Row- 
ell, Daniel Batchelder. 

Justices— J. Perkins, John Tennant, Eobert Evans, 
Norman Call, Samuel Martin. 

AKDOVER. Justices, State— John Fellows, Aaron 
Waitt, John M. Shirley. 

Justices — Jonathan Brown, Aaron Cilley, Jr., H. A. 
Weymouth, Samuel Morrill, John Wadleigh, Watson 
Dickerson, Thomas Haley, George Sleeper, Simeon S. 
Moulton, Chester Spaulding, Stephen R. Swett, Royal 
Stone, John F. Emery, James Scales, Henry D. Cilley. 

BRADFORD. Justices, State— Samuel Jones, Mason 
W. Tappan, John D. Wadleigh, Weare Tappan. 

Justices, Quorum — John W. Morse, Jesse Carr. 

Justices — Jason H. Ames, Cummings Pierce, Elisha 
Eaton, Daniel Carr, Moses E. Gould, Stephen Cressy, 
Hiram Davis, Sumner Ward, C. M. Fisk, Timothy P. 
Jones, Stephen S. Bean, Ambrose S. Brackett, Edmund 
J. Ring, Moses K. Hazelton, Joshua Eaton, George 
Hart, Arthur F. Morse. 

BOSCAWEN. Justices, State— William H. Gage, 
Isaac K. Gage, Nehemiah Butler, Eliphalet K. Web- 
ster. 

Justices, Quorum — LabanM. Chad wick, Jonathan Ten- 
ney, Jr. 

Justices — John Greenough, Caleb Smith, David A. 
Gerrish, John Ellsworth, Wm. A. Huntress, Enoch 
Gerrish, Thomas W. Lang. 



72 COUNTY OFFICERS. 

BOW. Justices — Mindell Sampson, Enoch Alexander, 
Emery Clough, Jonathan Corliss, John T. Morgan, 
John W. Goodhue, Parker Brown, Charles F. P. Hil- 
dreth, Oliver Bailey, Nahum H. Corliss, Manly Clough. 

CANTERBURY. Justices, State— Joseph M - Harper, 
Joseph Clough, D. M. Clough, Jeremiah L. Clough, 
William H. Currier, David Morrill, Jr. 

Justices, Quorum — William H. Poster, Edward Osgood. 

Justices — Thomas Lyford, Ebenezer Batchelder, Tho's 
L. Whidden, Lorain T. Weeks, Solomon M. Clifford, 
Luther Sargent, John A. Moore, True K. Mason, Tho's 
V. B. Clough, George P. Sanborn, Stephen Wiggin. 

CHICHESTER. Justice, State— Daniel K. Poster. 
Justices, Quorum — Hosea C. Knowlton, Edward Lang- 
maid, Charles H. Carpenter. 

Justices — J. N. C. Leavitt, Daniel R. Kelley, George 
S. Mason, William A. Swain, Daniel K. Foster, Jr. 

CONCORD. Justices, State— Jacob A. Potter, Jona- 
than Eastman, Ira Perley, Stephen C. Badger, Josiah 
Stevens, William Butterfield, J. H. George, Matthew 
Harvey, Henry A. Bellows, Edson Hill, William L. 
Poster, Stephen Sibley, Joseph Robinson, William Pres- 
cott, David Pillsbury, Asa Powler, Josiah Minot, Anson 
S. Marshall, William H. Rixford, John Y. Mugridge, 
David B. Plummer, Amos Hadley, Hamilton E. Per- 
kins, Lyman D. Stevens, Joshua B. Merrill, Joseph A. 
Gilmore, Jonas D. Sleeper, William E. Chandler, Jona- 
than Kittredge, Peter Sanborn, Edward H. Rollins, Ne- 
hemiah G. Ordway, Hazen Pickering, Abraham H. 
Robinson, Lyman T. Flint, George Tenney, Elisha 
Adams, Samuel Coffin, William H. Bartlett, Allen Ten- 
ny, John A. Holmes, Ira A. Eastman, Zenas Clement. 

Justices, Quorum — A. Herbert Bellows, George G. 
Fogg, Richard Bradley, John Batchelder, James F. Sar- 
gent, David Davis, Ebenezer Symmes, Mitchel Gilmore, 
Jeremiah S. ISToyes, George Abbott, Theodore French, 
Sylvester Dana, Henry P. Rolfe, Seth K. Jones, William 
H. Bun tin, David M. Carpenter, I. Hale, B. W. San- 
born, John Kimball, Henry D. White. 

Justices — Benjamin Parker, Arthur Fletcher, Ebene- 
zer S. Towle, Seth Eastman, Jacob Carter, Cyrus Rob- 



MERRIMACK COUNTY. 73 

Inson, Charles Smart, Heman Sanborn, Joseph B. Walk- 
er, Thomas B. Potter, True Osgood, Atkinson Webster, 
John P. Brown, George H. H. Silsby, Ephraim Hutch- 
ins, Dana W. Pratt, George W. Wadleigh, Nathan S. 
Chandler j David Watson, John L. Tallant, Harry Hous- 
ton, Jonathan L. Cilley, Paltiah Brown, Benjamin Gro- 
ver, John P. Johnson, Caleb Jackman, William P. Pos- 
ter, B. P. Gale, William H. Boynton, William W- Tay- 
lor, Perkins Gale, George A. Pillsbury, John Abbot, 
Benjamin P. Dow, David Abbot, Thomas T. Moore, 
William P. Savory, Charles Hall, Benjamin E. Baiger, 
George G. Virgin, Jonathan P. Day, George B. Chand- 
ler, James Peverly, Joseph C. A. Wingate, Isaac A. 
Hill, Beuben G. Wyman, Moses Humphrey, Charles 
Minot, Kufus Merrill, Onslow Stearns, Jonathan L. 
Pickering, John C. Hall, William H. Smart, Timothy 
Haynes, John Ballard, Nathan W. Gove, George P. 
Whittredge, James Moulton, Jr., Calvin Howe, Samuel 
C. Eastman, Isaac Clement, Isaac N. Elwell, Jeremiah 
P. Bunnels, George Poss, Benjamin P. Prescott, Moses 
T. Willard, Charles P. Sanborn, Henry S. Shattuck, 
Samuel L. P. Simpson, Henry E. Sawyer, Hazen G 
Kayes, Willard S. Heath, George W. Ela, Samuel G. 
Lane, Isaac N. Blodgett, Josiah Bellows, Henry B. 
Poster, Edward E. Sturtevant, Andrew S. Smith, 
John Dame, Jonathan Kittredge, Charles E. Twombly, 
Albert N. Pisher, David A. Brown, Cyrus T. Moore, 
Charles C. Davis, George H. Chandler, Nathan C. 
Sweet, Eliphalet S. Nutter, James B. Moore, William 
W. Godding, Edward Dow, Kichard Ela, Luther Ko- 
by, Augustine C. Pierce, A. Willis Barry, Jonathan E. 
Pecker. 

DUNBAKTON. Justice, State— -Henry L. Burnham. 

Justice, Quorum — Caleb Stark. 

Justices — Nathan Gutterson, Daniel H. Parker, Nath'l 
H. Wheeler, Leonard Howell, Charles G. B. Byder, 
William B. Burnham, Josiah Biehardson, Henry Put- 
ney, Alfred Colby. 

EPSOM. Justice, State— William Ham. 
Justice, Quorum — James Martin. 
Justices— Benjamin L. Locke, Symonds Fowler, Jo- 
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74 COUNTY OFFICERS, 

seph J. Moses, Henry Knox, Samuel Yeaton, Henry F. 
Sanborn, Leonard W. Peabody, Nathan Griffin, 2d, 
Arthur C. Locke, Win. M. Baker. 

FRANKLIN. Justices, State— George W. Nesmith, 
Daniel Osgood, Nathaniel H. Sanborn, Austin F. Pike, 
Stephen Kenrick, Jonathan W. Fifield. 

Justice, Quorum — Joseph Sweatt. 

Justices — Jeremiah F. Daniell, Samuel Quimby, Dan- 
iel Barnard, David Gilchrist, A. G. Morrison, John H. 
Rowell, Jonathan P. Sanborn, John S. Jewell, John 
White, Asa B. Closson, Charles Garland, Edwin C 
Stone, Jonathan W. Field. 

HENNIKER. Justices, State — Oliver C. Fisher, 
Edward B. S. Sanborn. 

Justices, Quorum — I. Woods, John S. Craig. 

Justices- — Jeremiah Foster, William P. Cressy, Jonas 
Wallace, Oliver Pillsbury, John C. Campbell, Hiram M. 
Davis, Francis Colby, J. Morse, James Straw, Zadok 
Dustin, Jr. 

HOOKSETT. Justice, Quorum— J 'esse G-ault. 

Justices — John H. Mitchell, Eri Poor, Savory T. Bur- 
bank, George Davis, Joseph T. Goss, Henry Saltmarsh, 
Benjamin J. Gile, Hiram Kimball, George Davis, 2d, 
Joseph Blanchard. 

HOPKINTON. Justices, State— Koraxie Chase, Dyer 
H. Sanborn. 

Justices, Quorum— Phineas Clough, Isaac D. Merrill, 
Isaac Story, George W. Currier, James Fellows, John 
Burnham. 

Justices — Joab Patterson, Benjamin Loverin, Moses 
Colby, John Currier, Moses Copps, James Hoyt, Phin- 
eas Clough, 2d, Paul B. George, Horace C. Stanley, 
Joseph Dow, John M. Bailey, Richard F. Morgan, G-. 
L. Kimball, Charles Gould, William Restieaux, George 

B. Hardy, Cyril C. Tyler, I. A. Putney, J. M. Burn- 
ham, A. White, Arial P. Knowlton, John Carter, Albert 
Crowell, Warren Clark, Rufus P. Copps. 

LOUDON. Justices, Quorum — Ira Osgood, Joseph 

C. Harper, Jeremiah Clough, Isaac S. French. 
Justices — John S. Osborne, Nathaniel S. Batch elder, 

Benjamin F. Neal, Samuel P. Calef, Theophilus B. 



MERRIMACK COUNTY. 75 

Martin, Jeremiah T. Clough, Moses Morse, George W. 
Keal, John B. Moore, William Emery, Samuel B. Lov- 
ering, David Lake, Joseph F. French, Hiram French. 

NEWBURY. Justice, Quorum— Eli Dodge. 

Justices— John Muzzey, Jr., Jeremiah Morse, Moody 
Gillingham, James M. Ciiley, Giles Bartlett, Nathaniel 
C. Savory, Nathaniel C. Lear. 

NEW-LONDON. Justices, State— Anthony Colby, 
George W. Everett, Luther McCutchins, Daniel E. 
Colby, Marcus E. Sargent, Richard H. Messer, Albert 
Little. 

Justices— James Todd, Joshua F. Hemphill, James C. 
Greenwood, Charles S. Sargent, Anthony C. Burpee, 
Edwin A. Jones, Samuel M. Carr, John Brown, Joseph 
N. Hannaford, Luther M. Trussell, Ruel Whitcomb. 

NORTHFIELD. Justices, State— Asa P. Cate, Archi- 
bald S. Clark. 

Justices, Quorum— James Cochran, Jeremiah Smith. 

Justices — Isaac Whittier, J. Kimball, Shubael Dear- 
born, Jr., James P. Robertson, Moses Batch elder, George 
S. Tibbetts, Jeremiah Cross, Daniel M. Huse, Joseph 
F. Simonds, James H. Cofran. 

PEMBROKE. Justices, State — Moses Martin, Aaron 
Whittemore. 

Justices, Quorum — William Knox, Moody Kent, James 
Wilson. 

Justices — Jeremiah H. Wilkins, Noah M. Cofran, 
Norris Cochran, Trueworthy L. Fowler, W T inthrop Fow- 
ler, Jr., William Hazelton, Jr., Jacob Sawyer, Hall B. 
Emery, Martin H. Cochran, Josiah K. Locke, John M. 
Kimball, Nathaniel Lakeman, Jr., John Griffin, Jr., 
Amos C. Dow. 

PITTSFIELD. Justices, State— Henry B. Leavitt, 
Benjamin Emerson, John J. Pillsbury, Francis B. 
Berry. 

Justices, Quorum — John L. Thorndike, Benjamin L. 
Cram, James Drake. 

Justices — John True, John B. Berry, John S. Tilton, 
Abraham French, 2d, Noah W. Drake, Joseph Tasker, 
R. P. J. Tenney, William Knowlton, Porter C. True, 
Jonathan Towle, Charles E. Perkins, Reuben L. French, 



m COUNTY OFFICERS. 

William A. Mack, Hiram A. Tuttle, Josepli Harvey, 
Scott French. 

SALISBURY. Justices, State— Benjamin Pettengill, 
Arthur L. Graves. 

Justices, Quorum — Moses Greeley, Samuel C. Bartlett, 
S. Pingry. 

Justices — Moses Fellows, Ebenezer Johnson, John 
Bean, Porter B. Watson, Gilbert Eastman, Jonathan 
H. Clement, Moses P. Thompson, Nathaniel Sawyer, 
John C. Smith, Amos P. Stevens, Moses J. Stevens, Jo- 
seph P. Stevens, Thomas D. Little, Nathan Tucker, Jr. 

SUTTON. Justices, State— Benjamin Wadleigh, Bob- 
ert Lane. 

Justice, Quorum — Enoch Page. 

Justices — Samuel Dresser, George C. Eaton, Nathan- 
iel A. Davis, Moses Hazen, Lewis Richards, Carlos G. 
Pressey, Asa Page, Erastus Wadleigh, James M. Sar- 
gent, Thomas J. Wadleigh, George Putney, Moses W. 
Russell. 

WARNER. Justices, State— Abner B. Kelly, Wal- 
ter Harriman. 

Justices, Quorum — Franklin Symonds, Robert Thomp- 
son, Leonard Eaton, Stephen K. Hoyt. 

Justices — H. G. Harris, Abner Woodman, John Couch, 
Jr., Stephen Bartlett, H. H. Harriman, Joshua George, 
H. D. Robertson, N. A. Davis, Harrison R. Sargent, 
Timothy Flanders, George S. Morgan, Ira Harvey, 
Philip C. Bean, Moses D. Wheeler, Joseph Ordway, Al- 
bert P. Davis, Samuel Davis, Jr., George Savory. 

WEBSTER (Boscawen divided and the west part) 
incorporated July 3, 1860. Organized according to law 
August 11, 1860. 

Justice, State — Simeon B. Little. 

Justice, Quorum — Hezekiah Fellows. 

Justices — Thomas Elliot, Moody A. Pillsbury, Luke 
Corser, Joseph L. Couch, George W. Stevens, Moses 
Whittier, David A. McCurdy, George Little. 

WILMOT. Justices^ State— John Woodbury, Jr., 
Horatio N. Mason, William W. Flanders. 

Justices, Quorum — Merrill Cross, Samuel Teel. 
Justices — Morrill Currier, Samuel Greeley, John Teel, 



MERRIMACK COUNTY. 77 

xldo S. Brown, Otis Jones, John Cross, Porter K. Phil- 
>rick, Joseph K. Wallace, Charles K. Brown, George 
W. Preseott, Green Johnson, John M. Carr, Richard J. 
ttearns. . 

Sheriff— Nehemiah George Ordway, Concord. 

Deputy Sheriffs — Andover, Aaron Waitt ; Bradford, 
Fohn D. "Wadleigh ; Concord, Charles Smart, Jeremiah 
5. Durgin, George G. Virgin, Joshua B. Merrill ; New- 
London, Albert Little ; Pittsfield, Francis B. Berry ; 
Warner, John Currier ; Henniker, Hiram M. Davis ; 
Pembroke, William K. Clifford ; Canterbury, William 
EL Currier ; Franklin, Jonathan P. Sanborn ; South 
Newbury, Eli Dodge ; Hopkinton, George B. Hardy ; 
Warner, Gilbert Davis. 

Deputy Sheriffs in other Counties deputized to serve in 
Ihis County — Manchester (Hillsborough Co.), Mace Moul- 
;on, D. L. Stevens, Isaac W. Farmer ; Candia (Rock- 
ngham Co.), Carr B. Haines; Northwood, William S. 
Ring ; Epping, B. S. Clifford ; Deerfield, Richard J. 
Sanborn; D anbury (Grafton Co.), William P. Stone; 
Plainfield (Sullivan Co.), John P. Chellis. 

Jailer — Charles C. Davis, Concord. 

Coroners — Concord, Seth Eastman, Cady Clark ; Sal- 
sbury, D. C. Gookin ; Warner, Stephen Bartlett ; Pitis- 
leld, John Wheeler ; Boseawen, Jonathan Tenney, Jr. ; 
Wilmot, Baruch C. Cloug;h. 



COUNTY OF HILLSBOROUGH, 

Was incorporated March 19, 1771. Number of Towns, 
thirty. Shire Towns, Amherst, Manchester and Nash- 
ua. (County records kept at Amherst.) Population, 

I860, 62,239. 

County Treasurer — George A. Kamsdell, Peterbor- 
ough ; salary, $126. 

Register of Deeds — Charles E. Tuttle, Amherst. 

County Sealer — John F. "Whiting, Amherst. 

County Commissioners — Ira Gage, New-Boston ; Eph- 
raim "Weston, Hancock ; George A. Barnes, Manches- 
ter. 



AMHERST. Justices, State— William Wetherbee, 
Charles H. Campbell. 

Justices, Quorum — Perley Dodge, Charles Richard- 
son, Francis P. Pitch, Edward S. Cutter. 

Justices — David Russell, Joseph Mace, Barnabas B. 
David, William J. Weston, James Monroe, Abiel 
Steele, Gilbert Hills, L. J. Secomb, J. Hartshorn, Charles 
B. Tuttle, Francis Wright, Charles E. Hapgood. 

ANTRIM. Justice, State— Lemuel N. Pattee. 

Justices, Quorum — Isaac Baldwin, Nathan W. C. 
Jameson, William S. Foster, James Boyd. 

Justices — Amos Parmenter, John G. Flint, T. S. 
Holmes, Cyrus Saltmarsh, Hiram Griffin, Charles Mc- 
Kean, Imla Wright, John S. Shed, Ira Cochran, John 
B. Woodbury, Isaac B. Pratt, James Wood, John M. 
Wallace, Reed P. Whittemore, Henry B. Swett, Wil- 
liam N. Tuttle. 

BEDFORD. Justice, Quorum — A. Chandler. 

Justices — Gardner Nevins, Moses Gage, Henry Hale, 
Joseph H. Stevens, Leonard C. French, 2d, Oliver L. 
Kendall, Benjamin Hall. 

BENNINGTON. Justices, Quorum— John Dodge, 
Amos Whittemore, John H. Fleming. 

Justices — John W. Flagg, Samuel Baldwin, Gilbert P.- 
Hall, Walter D. Woods, Henry H. Duncklee, Gideon F. 
Dodge, Horace F. Dinsmore. 



HILLSBOKOUGH COUNTY. 79 

BROOKLINE. Justice, Quorum — Ensign Bailey. 

Justices — Alpheus Shattuck, Thomas Bennett, Benja- 
ain Gould, Joseph F. Jefts, Henry B. Copp, William 
xilson, Calvin E. Shedd, William C. Smith, William G. 
Jhattuck. 

DEERING. Justices, Quorum — William Forsaith, 
ilussell Tubbs. 

Justices — William Manahan, Squiers S. Clement, 
Snoch Hadley, Josiah Loveren, George Smart, George 
3. Patten, Herod Chase, Horace Gove, Benjamin L. 
Sartlett. 

FRANCESTOWN. Justices, Quorum— Paul H. Bix- 
>y, Francis H. Morgan. 

Justices — Herbert Vose, Samuel B. Hodge, Nahum 
?arnum, Thomas B. Bradford, David Atwood, Samuel 
). Downs, John West, Daniel F. Frye. 

GOFFSTOWN. Justices, State— Jesse Carr, D. Steele. 

Justices, Quorum — Benjamin Stevens, 2d, George Poor, 
rohn M. Parker. 

Justices — Alfred Story, John G. Dodge, Alonzo F. 
)arr, Thomas R. Butterfield, David Pattee, Gilman F. 
Parley, Calvin Wyman, Daniel Little, James W. Po- 
and, William P. Warren, John Gregg, N. E. Kimball. 

GREENFIELD. Justice, State— William Whitte- 
nore. 

Justice, Quorum — Lewis Richardson. 

Justices — William L. Savage, Horace Cudworth, Eph- 
aim Holt, Charles Fitch. 

HANCOCK. Justice, /S'taie— David Patten. 

Justices, Quorum — Andrew C. Cochran, John Dennis. 

Justices — John Whitcomb, C. Duncan, Joel Gates, 
oseph Davis, William Gray, Epliraim Weston, Mark 
tf. Spaulding, Richard Emerson. Eli M. Baldwin. 

HILLSBOROUGH. Justices, State— Chandler E. 
5 otter, James F. Briggs. 

Justices, Quorum— William B. Whittemore, Joshua 
Marcy. 

Justices — Thomas Wilson, Levi Goodale, Abel C. 
Surnham, Ezra Clement, Jason H. T. Newell, Nathan 
Kendall, Francis N. Blood, Benjamin Tuttle, John JG. 
)ickey, Jotham Moore, John B. Ellenwood, Samuel M. 



80 COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Baker, Orasmus "W. Burnham, John McNeil, William 
Lovejoy, John McClintock, Cornelius Cooiidge. 
HOLLIS. Justice, State— John N. Worcester. 
Justice, Quorum- — Joel Hardy. 

Justices — Jonathan T. Wright, Leonard Farley, John 
Farley, Noah Farley, Noah Johnson, Ambrose H. Wood, 
John B. Perkins, Enoch I. Colburn, John S. Heywood, 
Ebenezer T. Wheeler. 

HUDSON. Justices, Quorum — James Pierce, Beuben 
Greeley. 

Justices — Paul Colburn, Stephen D. Greeley, James 
Emery, David O. Smith, William H. Chase, Daniel T. 
Gage, David Clement, Kimball Webster. 

LITCHFIELD. Justice, Quorum — Isaac McQuesten. 
Justices — Parker Bixby, W. Goodspeed, Isaac N. Cen- 
ter, J. Abbot Marsh, Jonathan A. Griffin, Andrew J. 
Pike, Simeon D. Leach, Phineas A. Keed. 

LYNDEBOBOUGH. Justices, Quorum— D. C. Grant, 
John Bichardson. 

Jitstices — David Putnam, Joel H. Tarbell, Oliver Bix- 
by, William A. Jones, William J. Herrick r Eli C. Cur- 
tis, George W. Bosworth, Jacob Butler. 

MANCHESTEB, Justices, State— Mace Moulton, 
Daniel Clark, Herman Foster, Samuel D. Bell, William 
C. Clarke, George W. Morrison, David J. Clark, Isaac 
W. Smith, William P. Kiddle, Samuel Upton, Jacob F. 
James, Moody Currier, Theodore T. Abbott, Isaac Bid- 
die, Samuel N. Bell, Joseph C. Abbott, Bradbury P. 
Cilley, Samuel D. Lord, Frederick Smyth, Amos B. • 
Shattuck, George H. Hubbard, Nathan Parker, Joseph 
B. Clark, Jacob G. Cilley, Daniel L. Stevens, William 
W. Morris, Isaac W. Farmer, George W. Finkerton, 
James U. Parker, David Cross, Lewis W. Clark, Clin- 
ton W. Stanley, Stephen G. Clarke, George A. Barnes. 

Justices, Quorum — John Stark, 3d, Charles Stark, 
Isaac C. Flanders, John S. Kidder, Edward W. Har- 
rington, Darwin J. Daniels, Samuel Gould, Jacob B. 
Daniels, Ezekiel A. Straw. 

Justices — David A. Bunton, Hiram Brown, Daniel C. 
Gould, Moses Fellows, Joseph Knowlton, George F. 
Judkins, George A. French, James Hersey, James S. 



HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY. 81 

Cheney, John EL Goodale, William W. Baker, Stephen 
.^almer, William P. Newell, Joseph E. Bennett, 
"onathan T. P. Hunt, Hilas Dickey, James O. Ad- 
ms, Charles W. Adams, Joseph Kidder, Stephen M. 
Saker, John T. Moore, Lucien B. Clough, A. J. Dow, 
todnia JSfutt, John P. Newell, Benjamin F. Locke, Eli- 
an M. Topliff, Andrew J. Tucker, William B. Web- 
ter, Alonzo Smith, James B. Straw, Charles H. Brown, 
William Richardson, Kichard N. Batchelder, William 
itark, Kobert Gilchrist, Thomas S. Montgomery, Benja- 
min F. Martin, Benjamin F. Page, Daniel W. Lane, Jo- 
eph B. Sawyer, Joseph H. Knowlton, Daniel M. Rofo- 
rtson, William Beynolds, Abram B. Lord, Phinehas 
Ldams, Davis Baker, Justin Spear, John B. Goodwin, 
Jnoch Holcomb, Joseph G. George, John L. Kelley, 
Jharles W. Johnson, John A. Riddle, Horace Pettee, 
lenry T. Mowatt, Samuel Hall, Timothy W. Little, Jo- 
lah A. Haines, Ira Barr, Francis S. Greenleaf, Lemuel 
LI James, James A. Weston, Samuel Gamble, John 
loulton, Daniel A. Crosby, Charles A. Eichardson, 
ohn Hosley, William Dutemple, Jonathan Morse, Na- 
ianiel E. Morrill, Henry E. Chamberlain, Eugene M. 
Sowman, Charles W. Colby. John G. Lane, William 
attle, A. G. Fairbanks, Samuel T. Foster, John Cough- 
.n, Levi H. Sleeper, Waterman Smith. 

MASON. Justice, Quorum — George Taffc. 

Justices — Jonathan Russell, Thomas H. Marshall, 
J'harles Scripture, Joseph B. Wilson, Willard Jefts, 
lenry McGowan, N, Herman Shattuck, William A. 
*reston, William Claggett, Franklin Merriam. 

MERRIMACK. Justices, Quorum— Oliver Spaul- 
ing, William T. Parker. 

Just ices— Alexander McC. Wilkins, Leonard W^alker, 
Idward P. Parker, Isaac McGaw, M. B. McConihe, 
Villiam McKean, Harrison Eaton, Hosea B. Spaulding, 
)avid Henderson, Franklin Herrick, David Jones. 

MILFORD. Justices, State— William Ramsdell, 
Cambridge Wadleigh, Leonard Chase. 

Justices, Quorum — Daniel Russell, Gilbert Wadleigh, 
ohn E. Bruce, Pliny Whitney. 

Justices — Luther Hutchinson, Reed Dutton, S. Smith 
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82 COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Stickney, George "W. Burns, Humphrey M. Tyler, Mar- 
tin Hall, Oliver W. Lull, Abel Chase, Joel H. Gutter- 
son, Frederick T. Sawyer, Moses French, Pomroy M. 
Kossiter, Elbridge G. Newton, William Lane, George 

F. Bartlett, Clinton S. Averill, John E. Foster, Gilman 
Wheeler, George H. Gillis, Samuel G-. Dearborn. 

MONT-VERNON. Justice, Quorum—John Bruce. 
Justices — Nathaniel Bruce, Alonzo Travis, Charles J. 
Smith, Harry H. Bragg, William H. Con ant. 

NASHUA. Justices, State — Israel Hunt, Isaac Spal- 
ding, Albert McKean, Aaron F. Stevens, Charles P. 
Danforth, Charles R. Morrison, George Stark, Aaron 
W. Sawyer, Albin Beard, Benjamin F. Emerson, George 
Y. Sawyer, Archibald H. Dunlap, Stillman S. Davis, 
Thomas Pearsons, John H. Gage, William Barrett. 

Justices, Quorum — John M. Hunt, Bernard B. Whit- 
temore; Zebadiah Shattuck, Thomas Chase, Daniel W. 
Baker, Joseph Greeley, Harvey J. Marshall, Joshua F. 
Whittle, Edward P. Emerson. 

Justices — Franklin Fletcher, Silas Butterfield, Jose- 
phus Baldwin, William D. Beasom, Lyman Heath, Ed- 
ward Spalding, James S. Koby, James Swallow, Josiali 

G. Graves, Aaron P. Hughes, Abraham Mitchell, Rob- 
ert Moore, Edward Wheeler, Russell E. Dewey, George 
W. Perham, Nathan McKean, Harrison Hobson, Solo- 
mon Spalding, Edward B. West, Leonard W. Noyes, 
H. J. Chapman, Ignatius Bagley, Clark C. Boutwell, 
Jacob O. Smith, David A. G. Warner, S. B. Richardson, 
Isaac Eaton, Freeman S. Rogers, T. B. Adams, Jacob 
K. Marshall, William White, Calvin B. Hill, Albert 
Lull, Oliver A. Woodbury, William W. Bailey, James 
Eayers, Francis Winch, William L. Carter, Luther F. 
Locke, Orlando S. Marshall, Paris H. Hill, Jeff. Rock- 
wood, John M. Flanders, W. J. Cooper, Frederick 
Chase, George H. Whitney, Joseph F. Andrews, Evan 
B. Hammond, Gustine Marshall, Hiram T. Morrill, 
Samuel Tuck, David Gillis, Isaac Knight, Levi P. Saw- 
yer, John Taylor, Isaac S. Marshall, Jacob D. March, 
Charles E. Paige, Hiram Campbell, Norman P. Green, 
Luther H. Clement, William P. Ainsworth, Eliphaz 
W. Upham. 



HILLSBOKOUGH COUNTY. 83 

NEW-IPSWICH. Justices, State— John Preston, 
>sea Eaton, Jeremiali Smith. 
Justice, Quorum — George Barrett. 
Justices— Moody Adams, William W. Johnson, Ste- 
ien Thayer, James Chandler, John T. Stevens, James 
•aulding, Christopher Whitney, William Hassell, Na- 
aniel Y. Oliver, Henry Adams, Nathan Sanders, Peter 
, Clarke, Henry O. Preston, John IT. Davis, Paul 
oors, George W. Wheeler, 2d, George F. Eaton. 
NEW-BOSTON. Justices, Quorum— Benjamin Fair- 
Id, Kobert B. Cochrane. 

Justices — Daniel Campbell, George G. Fox, Ira Gage, 
xiney McLane, Neil McLane, David D. Smith, James 
. Gregg, Ninian C._ Crombie. 

PELHAM. Justice, State— Moody Hobbs. 

Justices, Quorum — J. Gibson, J. Atwood, David Cut- 

L\ 

Justices — Gilbert Colburn, Daniel Marshall, Abel 
ige, David Butler, Alfred S. Smith, Jonathan At- 
:>od. 

PETERBOROUGH. Justices, State— John H. Steele, 
iniel B. Cutter, Cornelius V. Dearborn, George A. 
xmsdell. 

Justices, Quorum — Abiel Sawyer, Albert Smith, Tim- 
hy K. Ames. 

Justices — Samuel Adams, Josiah S. Morrison, James 
White, James Scott, Charles G. Cheney, Jacob Long- 
7, Person C. Cheney, William B. Kimball, Charles 
ott, John Smith, Timothy K. Ames, 2d, John M. 
>llins, Granville P. Felt, Kendall C. Scott, Albert S. 
ott, Alva Ames, Riley B. Hatch. 

3HARON. Justices, Quorum — Samuel Nay, Nathan 

)ors, James Taggart. 

Justice — Frank W. Preston. 

TEMPLE. Justices, Quorum — Isaac Kimball, El- 

dge G. Cutter. 

Justice — James Kilburn. 

WEARE. Justice, State— John L. Hadley. 

Justices, Quorum — Amos W. Bailey, Daniel Paige, 

illiam Woodbury, William H. Gove; 



84 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 



Justices — Abraham Morrill, Jesse Whittaker, Moses 
A. Hodgdon, Jonathan D. Clement, Josiah G. Dear- 
born, Kobert B. Carswell, Moses Dearborn, Amos J. 
Wilson, Albe Morrill, Simon G. Gove, "William B. Gove, 
David Gould. 

WILTON. Justice, State — John L. Spring, Charles 
H. Burns. 

Justices, Quorum — Joseph W. Killam, Eliphaiet Put- 
nam, Josiah Fleeman. 

Justices — Joel Abbott, Timothy Parkhurst, David 
Whiting, Elbridge F. Perkins, Charles Spaulding, 
George W. Daniels, Lewis Howard, Benjamin Baker, 
Philander King, Sewell Putnam, Burleigh French, 
Willard French, Moses Clark, William Emerson, Sam- 
uel Barrett, Harvey A. Whiting, Warner Clark. 

WINDSOB. Justices— James W. Perkins, John M. 
Curtis, Jonathan B. Emerson. 

Sheriff— Daniel L. Stevens, Manchester. 

Deputy Sheriffs — Amherst, Gilbert Hills ; Manchester, 
Isaac W. Farmer ; Peterborough, Timothy K. Ames, 
Charles Scott ; New-Ipswich, Peter H. Clark ; Goffs- \ 
town, David Pattee ; Hillsborough, John G. Dickey ; . 
Nashua, John Taylor ; Mason, Willard Jefts ; Wilton, 
Willard French ; Milford, William Lane, Humphrey 
M. Tyler ; Pelham, Alfred S. Smith. 

Deputy Sheriffs in other Counties deputized to se?*ve in 
this County — Concord (Merrimack Co.), N. G. Grdway, 

Jailer — Gilbert Hills, Amherst. 

Coroners — Antrim, William 1ST. Tuttle ; Manchester,] 
Joseph M. Kowell, David J. Clark ; Mason, George j 
Taft ; Nashua, James White, Moses Davis, Jefferson 
Eockwood. 



85 

COUNTY OF CHESHIRE, 
Was incorporated March 19, 1771. Number of Towns 

twenty-two. Shire Town, Keene. Population, I860. 

27,443. 

County Treasurer — Augustus T. Wilder, Keene ; sal- 
ary, $100. 

Register of Deeds — Calvin May, Jr., Keene. 

County Sealer — 

County Commissioners — Willard Adams, Swanzey;' 
Samuel Atherton, Winchester; Aaron P. Howland, 
Walpole. 

ALSTEAD. Justices, Quoru?n—Azel Hatch, A„ 
Glover, Asa H. Carpenter, Bolivar Lovell. 

Justices — Joseph Kingsbury, Ira Kust, Whitney Breed, 
Lawson Eobertso'n, Alden S. Thurston, Abel Eichard- 
son, James F. Isham, James Kamsey, Oliver Shepard. 

CHESTEBFIELD. Justice, State— Barton Skinner. 

Justices, Quorum — Otis Amidon, W. E. Platts. 

Justices — Samuel Beal, Ezekiel P. Pierce, J. C. Good- 
ridge, Ezra Titus, William Bennett, Oscar Coolidge, 
John B. Fisk, George H. F. Colburn, John M. Eichard- 
son, Mark Cook, Arza K. Clark, Eansom Parr, Henry 
O. Coolidge, Ebenezer P. Wetherell. 

DUBLIN. Justices, State — Thomas Fisk, Jonathan 
K. Smith. 

Justice, Quorum— Asa Heald. 

Justices — Eufus Piper, Aaron Smith, John G. Parker, 
Franklin J. Ware, Joseph Perry, Jacob Gleason. 
. FITZWILLIAM. Justices, State— John J. Allen, 
Jr., Amos A. Parker. 

Justices, Quorum — Silas Cummings, John J. Allen. 

Justices — Jonathan S. Adams, John Kimball, Joel 
Whittemore, John Whittemore, Samuel Kendall. 

GILSUM. Justice, State— George W. Hammond. 

Justices — Israel B. Loveland, George W. Newman, 
Francis A. Howard, George Hammond, Ezra Webster. 

HINSDALE. Justices, State— Frederick Boyden, 
William Haile. 

Justice, Quorum — Ezra Burnham. 



Ob COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Justices — Obed Slate, Jr., Charles J. Amidon, Hollis 
Taylor, Hezekiah F. Horton, Lemuel Liscom, Lockhart 
Davenport. 

JAFFREY. Justices, Quorum — Alonzo Bascom, John 
Fox. 

Justices — George Bryant, Asa Baker, John A. Pres- 
cott, 2d, David A. Wood. 

t KEENE. Justices, State — Salma Hale, Leonard Bis- 
eo, Samuel Dinsmoor, Levi Chamberlain, William P. 
Wheeler, Thomas M. Edwards, G. F. Starkweather, 
Frank S. Fiske, Francis A. Faulkner, Charles C. Web- 
ster, Edward Farrar. 

Justices, Quorum — John H. Fuller, Lewis Campbell, 
George W. Sturtevant, Charles Sturtevant, Samuel 
Woodward. 

Justices — John H. Elliott, George A. Wheelock, Isaac 
Sturtevant, Noah R. Cook, E. F. Lane, Jehiel Wilson, 
Joseph Perry, Nelson Morse, Thomas H. Leverett, Eph- ' 
raim A. Chapin, Edward Joslin, Henry C. Handerson, 
Ralph J. Holt, Calvin May, Jr., Seth Wadsworth, Silas 
Hardy, Samuel B. Aldrich, George Tilden, Ephraim 
Foster, Dauphin W. Buckminster, Daniel Buss, Charles 
F. Webster, Yirgil A. Wright, Harvey Carlton, Augus- 
tus T. Wilder, Elisha F. Lane, William P. Abbott, 
Harvey W. Cooper, Caleb T. Buffum, Addison Stone, 
Benjamin F. Phelps, Don PL Woodward, Henry Wil- 
lard, Lucius F. Goodnow, Reuben Stewart, Horatio Col- 
ony, William S. Briggs, Frederick A. Bartlett. 

MARLBOROUGH. Justices, Quorum — Benjamin 
Whitney, Nelson Converse. 

Justices — Reuben Ward, Jairus Collins, Elijah Boy- 
den, Cyrus E. Hardy. 

MARLOW. Justice, State— Allen Giffin. 

Justices, Quorum — Bethuel Farley, Amos Huntley, 
Amos F. Fisk, George Ticknor. 

Justices — Edmund Jones, John Q. Jones, C. D. Sy- 
monds, Franklin Downing, Franklin Graves, Willard 
A. Baker, E. A. Smith. 

NELSON. Justice, State — Milan Harris. 

Justice, Quorum — Charles H. Whitney. 

Justices — Horatio Osgood, Frederick Taylor, Charles 



CHESHIRE COTOTY. 87 

ft, P. Harris, Gilman Griffin, Justus Fisher, George G. 
Hardy. 

RICHMOND. Justice, Quorum — Jarvis Weeks. 
Justices— Silas Jilson, Kendall Fisher, William 
Wright, Uberto Bowen, John W. Herrick, David B. 
Aldrich. 

RINDGE. Justice, State— Stephen B. Sherwin. 

Justice Quorum — Levi Howe. 

Justices — Joshua Converse, John P. Simonds, Thomas 
Ingalls, Jason B. Perry, Zebulon Converse, Alison Lake, 
George W. Todd, Jr., Arba S. Coffin, George W. Stearns, 
Oratio P. Allen, Ebenezer Blake, Josiah Abbott, Amos 
J. Blake, David Stowe, James B. Bobbins, Harrison G. 
Rice. 

KOXBURY. Justices — Seth Kingsbury, Brigham 
Nims, Eli Clark. 

STODDARD. Justices, Quorum — Asa Copeland, 
Chester A. Blodgett. 

Justices — Abner Knowlton, William Wilson, Elipha- 
let Fox, Luther Abbott, Sumner Knight, Josiah M. 
Rice. 

1 SULLIVAN". Justices — David Seward, Josiah Pea- 
jody, George C. Hubbard, Charles Mason, David A. 
Felt, Franklin Buckminster, J. Symonds. 

SURRY. Justices— Eliphalet Dort, Nathan D. Eeed, 
Joseph Allen, William H. Porter, Horace Wilcox. 

SWANZEY. Justices, Quorum — Joseph Hammond, 
Jr., Elijah Sawyer. 

Justices — Charles N. Hills, Isaac Stratton, Rufus Bow- 
m, Aaron Holbrook, Jotham W. Frink, Willard Adams, 
Stephen Faulkner, Benjamin Reed, Thomas T. Wether- 
Dee, Barnabas C. Peters, Asaph Corlis, Enoch Howes, 
Alonzo A. Ware, Alanson S. Whitcomb. 

TROY. Justices, Quorum — Brown Nurse, Abel Ba- 
ser. 

Justices — Edward P. Kimball, Leonard Farrar, Da- 
rid W. Farrar, Isaac Aldrich, Jr., Edwin Butrick, Jo- 
ham H. Holt. 

WALPOLE. Justices, State— Frederick Vose, Da- 
rid Fisher. 



Ob COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Justices, Quorum — "Walton Mead, George Hunting- 
ton, J. B. Burnham, David C. Thompson, Aldis Lovell. 

Justices — Ebenezer Morse, Hope Lathrop, Daniel Mer- 
riam, Jr., Henry Mellish, John "W. Lovejoy, John W. 
Hayward, William Arnold, Ebenezer E. Stowell, Au- 
gustus F. Maynard, Oliver Martin. 

WESTMORELAND. Justices, State— Larkin Ba- 
ker, Charles F. Brooks. 

Justice, Quorum — Tileston A. Barker. 

Justices — Z. Britton, Anson Cole, Arvin Aldrich, 
Charles H. Cook. 

WINCHESTER. Justices, Quorum — Calvin Burnap, 
Edwin M. Forbes. 

Justices — Ebenezer D. Foster, Henry Kingman, Asa- 
hel J. Humphrey, Erastus Dickinson, Willard Jackson, 
Everson Cook, Edward Gustine, Elisha Hutchins, Lu- 
ther Cheney, John Wheelock, John Severance, Ira W. 
Russell, Sampson W. Buifum, Edward P. Tenney, John 
P. Merrill, Daniel A. Hawkins, Alvin W. Ball, Mar- 
shall Kingman, John Burbank, Ellery Albee, William 
Rixford, Augustus W. French, Charles Barber, Samuel 
Atherton, Abel Hammond. 

Sheriff— Bolivar Lovell, Alstead. 

Deputy Sheriffs — Hinsdale, Lockhart Davenport ; 
Jaffrey — David A. Wood ; Keene, Ralph J. Holt, Eli- 
sha F. Lane, Harvey W. Cooper ; Richmond, John W. 
Her rick ; Walpole, Waldo F. Hayward ; Stoddard, 
Sumner Knight ; Winchester, Daniel A. Hawkins ; Troy, 
Isaac Aldrich, Jr. 

Deputy Sheriffs in other Counties deputized to serve in 
this County — Peterborough (Hillsborough Co.), Charles 
Scott. 

Jailer — Augustus T. Wilder, Keene. 

Coroners — Keene, William S. Briggs ; Nelson, Milan 
Harris, 



89 



COUNTY OF SULX.IVAJY, 

Vas incorporated July 5, 1827. Shire Town, Newport, 
Number of Towns, fifteen. Population, 1860, 19,039. 

County Treasurer — Albro Blodgett, Claremont ; sala- 

Register of Deeds— R. D. Foster, Newport. 

County Sealer — Jonathan Miner, Claremont. 

County Commissioners — Chester Pike, Cornish ; Wil- 
am McCrae, Charlestown ; Nathaniel T. Cofran, 
S-oshen. 

ACWOKTH. Justices, Quorum — Jesse Slader, Chapin 
[. Brooks. 

Justices — Joel Tracy, Granville Gilmore, Joseph Ball, 
;. Slader, Joseph G. Si'lsby, Nicholas E. Sargent, Har- 
ey Hayward, Hezekiah Copeland, 2d, Adna Keyes, Ja- 
ob B. Kichardson, Artemas C. Field, James A. Wood, 
lenry D. Foster. 

CHARLESTOWN. Justices, State— Enos Stevens, 
Idmund L. Gushing. 

Justices — Thomas Whipple, Henry Hubbard, Isaac 
\ Wetherbee, Samuel Webber, Simeon O. Cooley, Bich- 
rd Hubbard, Alvin Frost, James C. Stebbins, Henry 
[. Sylvester, Harvey Abbott, William McCrae, Samuel 
Salter, George Olcott, Jr., Simeon W. Albee, Edward 
I. Putnam. 

CLAREMONT. Justices, State— Ambrose Cossitt, 
ohn J. Prentiss, Thomas J. Harris, Otis F. R. Waite, 
losea W. Parker, John L. Far well. 

Justices, Quorum — Luther Brown, Philander C. Free- 
lan, Alpheus F. Snow, Albro Blodgett, Timothy Nut- 
Ing, Walter Tufts. 

Justices — John W. Tappan, Danford Bice, Caleb Jud- 
ins, Simeon Ide, C. P. Smith, Samuel C. Abbott, 
reorge W. Blodgett, Samuel G. Jarvis, William M. 
jadd, Edward Brown, Frederick A. Henry, Solon C. 
rrannis, John S. Walker, Jonathan Densmore, George 
I. Lathe, June Pierce, Sylvanus F. Redfield, J. W. San- 
orn, Enoch Johnson, Jonas Livingston, Ira Colby, 

ames Goodwin, Albert H. Danforth, Sumner Putnam, 
Lurelius Dickinson, Horace A. Perry, William P. Aus- 



90 COUNTY OFFICERS. 






tin, Nathaniel Tolles, Charles H. Long, Edward Ains- 
worth, James Sperry, E. D. Baker, William E. Tutli- 
erly, Edward W. Woodell, Austin F. Cowles, William 
Clark, James W. Bradley, Samuel C. Bailey, Jonas 
White, Henry Pitch, David F. Tutherly, Joshua Colby, 
Edwin Vaughan, Alexander Gardiner, Arthur Chase, 
Otis G. Kobinson, Ira Colby, Jr., Albert C. Ward, Ly- 
, man I. Brooks, Thomas K. Gowdey, Eli C. Marsh. 

COBNISH. Justices, State — Eleazer Jackson, John 
L. Putnam, Chester Pike. 

Justice, Quorum — Araunah Burnap. 

Justices — Sylvanus Bryant, Orlando Powers, E. E. 
Chellis, Joshua B. Wyman, Heman H. Cummings, Israel 
Hall, Benjamin Fletcher, Carlos F. Huggins, Harrison 
Leslie, Alvin Comings, Chester B. Fitch, Uriel L. Com- 
ings, Charles E. Jackson, John T. Breck, William Bal- 
loch, George D. Kenyon, William P. Johnson. 

CBOYDON. Justice, Quorum— Daniel B. Hall. 
Justices — John Cooper, Nathan Hall, Elias Powers, 
Otis Cooper, Paine Durkee. 

GOSHEN. Justice, State— Virgil Chase. 

Justices, Quorum — Oliver Booth, Nathaniel T. Cof- 
ran. 

Justices — Jonas Parker, Silas S. Booth, Dennis Lear, 
Joshua W. Booth, James Baker. 

GBANTHAM. Justice, State— Oliver B. Busweil. 

Justices, Quorum — Seth C. Sargent. 

Justices — John N. Brown, Joshua P. Smith, Adolphus 
Hall. 

LANGDON. Justices, State— Bobert Elwell, March 
Chase. 

Justices, Quorum — John Walker, Boyal Shumway. 

Justices — C. C. Albee, L. J. Graves, Horace Adams. 

LEMPSTEB. Justices, State— Alvah Smith, Daniel 
M. Smith. 

Justice, Quorum — Harvey Dudley. 

Justices — Joel Dame, James Booth, William B. Par- 
ker. 

NEWPOBT. Justices, State— Austin Corbin, Ed- 
mund Burke, Edward Wyman, Levi W. Barton, Wil- 

Tiam TT TT A lion Panl J WhooW 



SULLIVAN COUNTY. . 91 

Justices Quorum — Amasa Edes, Thomas W. Gilmore, 
ohn Town, James Hall, James A. Gregg, Nathan 
Write. 

Justices— Henry G. Carlton, Nathaniel O. Page, Fred- 
rick Claggett, Calvin Wilcox, J. Emerson, Benjamin. 
'. Haven, John Wilcox, Edmund Wheeler, Samuel H. 
Ides, Dexter Richards, Francis Boardman, "William Kel- 
5V, Benjamin F. Carr, David B. Chapin, Shepherd L. 
lowers, Frederick Chapin, Daniel D. Chapin, Joseph 
. Hoyt, Jacob Reddington, Alexander V. Hitchcock, 
reorge Herrick, Bufus P. Claggett, Eleazer C. Con- 
erse, Calvin H. Pike, William Nourse. 

PLAINFIELD. Justice, State— George Bryant. 

Justices— William Ward, A. Read, Stephen R. Moul- 
>n, Edward Freeman, Jr., Stephen D. Stone, Jesse Col- 
y, Arvin Bartholomew, John P. Chellis, N. M. Wheel- 
r, L. Bryant, Alvin D. Manchester, Benjamin C. 
mith, Otis H. Chellis, Isaac W. Westgate. 

SPRINGFIELD. Justice, State— Richard. Sanborn. 

Justices, Quorum— Ora, C. Howard, Daniel N. Adams. 

Justices— Samuel Quimby, Valentine Manahan, Fran- 
is M. Morril, William P. Smith, A. S. Abbott, William 
I. Melendy, John C. Nichols, Lorenzo Bailey, Joseph 
>avis ? Jr., Richard F. Sanborn. 

SUNAPEE. Justice, Quorum — Daniel George. 

Justices— William Young, David Brown, John Hop- 
ins, Jacob C. Stickney, Joseph G. Tucker, Hiram Sar- 
ent, James Perkins, Josiah Turner, Samuel Wells, 
Villiam C. Sturoc, Charles E. Rogers, Thomas P« Smith, 
Lsahel Lear, John Young, Jr. 

UNITY. Justices, State — Amos Perkins, Harvey 
Iim toon, Ezra J. Glidden. 

Justices, Quorum — Hiram Smith, Joseph Copeland, 
Jharles L. Newton. 

Justices — Daniel Huntoon, Gilbert Lewis, Uriah M. 
traw, Nathan Hunton, William Dunsmoor, Charles H. 
Jammett, Josiah H. Straw, Joseph M. Perkins, Harvey 
anborn, Joshua Tenney, Albert F. Winn, Jabez B. 
*erkins, Nathaniel A. Lull, George B. Spencer, John 
'aul. 



92 COUNTY OFFICERS. 

WASHINGTON. Justices, State— Martin Chase, 
Solomon E. Jones, Langdon Healey. 

Justice, Quorum — Simon W. Jones. 

Justices — 1ST. G. Jones, Sullivan W. Healey, DeWitt 
C. Newman, Jesse Bailey, James Barney, John O. Met- 
calf, Benjamin P. Blood, Asaph Wilson, Hartwell 
Wright, Ziba S. Story, John Mcllvin, Brooks K. Web- 
ber, Joseph A. Howard. 

Sheriff— John P. Chellis, Meriden (Plainfield). 

Deputy Sheriffs— Charlestown, Jonathan Baker, Abra- 
ham D. Hull ; Claremont, William Dodge, J onas White, 
James W. Bradley ; Cornish, Lemuel Martindale ; Croy- 
don, Martin A. Barton ; Newport, Francis Boardman. 
Frederick Claggett ; Washington, Sylvanus Clogston ; 
Grantham, John N. Brown ; Plainfield, Bradbury Dy- 
er, Nathaniel M. Wheeler. 

Deputy Sheriffs in other Counties deputized to serve in 
this County — New-London (Merrimack Co.), Albert Lit- 
tle; Hanover (Grafton Co.), Lorenzo D. Gove; Lebanon, 
James G. Ticknor ; Alstead (Cheshire Co.), Bolivar 
Lovell. 

Jailer — James Eiley, Newport. 

Coroners — Plainfield, Levi Bryant ; Newport, William 
Nourse ; Claremont, Thomas J Harris. 



COUNTY OF GRAFTON, 

Was incorporated March 19, 1771. Shire Towns, Haver- \ 
hill and Plymouth. {County records kept at Haver- i 
hill.) Number of Toivns, thirty-eight. Population, 
1860, 43,273. 

County Treasurer — Samuel L. Merrill, Warren ; sal- 
ary, $150. 

Register of Deeds — Horace B. Savage, Haverhill. 

County Sealer — Henry Towle, Haverhill. 

County Commissioners — Adams M. Holden, Kumney ; i 
John C. Blaisdell, Bristol ; Matthew Bryant, Enfield. 



ALEXANDKIA. Justice, State— K. Dickerson. 
Justice, Quorum— Hem an J. Welton, Darius Forbes. 



GRAFTON COUNTY. 93 

Justices— James Crawford, Aiken Gilmore, Hiram S. 
lifford, Leonard Cheney, Stephen Brain ard, Erastus 
ean. 

BATH. Justices, State — Harry Hibbard, Andrew S. 
roods, John L. Carleton. 

Justices, Quorum— Isaac Patterson, C. C. Hutchins, 
eorge Cutting, Alonzo P. Carpenter. 
Justices— George W. Cutting, Daniel Patterson, Sam- 
3l Boss, Jesse Mann, George Morrison, George W. 
lement, Willard Weeks, Moses Abbott, David B. Lang, 
dward Woods, Henry C. Carbee, Henry S. Lang, 
eorge A. Bingham, John Hodge, Phinehas Chamber- 
In, "William V. Hutchins, E. Wheelock Bartlett, Ethan 
, Moulton, Bradley G. Child, Isaiah P. Kimball. 
BENTON. Justice, Quorum — James J. Page. 
Justices — Ira Whitcher, Daniel D. Page, George W. 
[ann. 

BETHLEHEM. Justices, State— John G. Sinclair, 
aniel P. Putnam. 

Justice, Quorum — William Kenney. 
Justices — Isaac J. Quimby, Daniel Wilcomb, Keuben 
aker, Thomas J. Spooner, Willis Wilder, Hosea Crane, 
hnothy P. Turner, William V. Gale. 
BRIDGE WATER. Justices, Quorum — Joshua P. 
nith, Nathaniel Batchelder, J. H. Johnson. 
Justices — Jesse Prescott, Martin Boardman, David B. 
Lement, John Brown, Thomas Hammond. 

BRISTOL. Justices, State— Oscar F. Fowler, R. 
nith, Samuel K. Mason, James T. Sanborn. 
Justices, Quorum— Samuel T. W. Sleeper, L. W. Fling, 
;ederick Bartlett. 

Justices— Walter Haywood, John C. Blaisdell, Levi 
irtlett, Oilman Ingalls, J. M. R. Emmons, Joseph S. 
lase, John W. Sanborn, H. B. Fowler, Abraham 
)loff, Levi Locke, Joseph F. Rollins, Cyrus Taylor, 
ivid P. Prescott. 

CAMPTON. Justices, Quorum— William Clark, Amos 
int, Ozias Holmes, William P. Robinson. 
Justices— Robert Smith, Thomas J. Sanborn, George 
'. Webster, G. W. Keniston, Nathaniel Spencer, Peter 
alker, Thomas S. Pulsifer. 



94 COUNTY OFFICERS. 

CANAAN. Justice, State— Caleb Blodgett. 

Justices, Quorum — George Harri s, "William W. George. 

Justices — J. Martin, Chamberlain Packard, Jr., Jona- 
than Barnard, Nathaniel Shepherd, Darius Barnard, 
Eleazer Barney, Boswell Elliott, Abner H. Cilley, Na- 
than Jones, George W. Murray, Horace S. Currier, Mat- 
thew H. Milton, Norman Hadley, David Barnard, Ha- 
zen K. Farnum, William M. Chase, John M. Barber, 
Lewis Pattee, Isaac N. Blodgett, William M. Kogers, 
William G. Somes, Isaac Davis, Dexter .Richardson. 
James H. Kelley, George C. Bradbury. 

DANBTJRY. Justice, State— William T. Norris. 

Justice, Quorum — John Bean. 

Justices — Timothy H. Danforth, Moses L. Taylor, 
James S. Knowlton, Isaiah Langley, William P. Stone 
John S. Band, Joseph R. Taylor, Frederick S. Ransom j 
James T. Smith. 

DORCHESTER. Justices, Quorum— Thorns J. Pitts 
Samuel W. Clement. 

Justices — Samuel P. Wright, John G. Dustin, Benjri 
min Davis, Asahel Blodgett, Jr., Marshall P. Burpe»J 
Benjamin R. Norris, Parker Follansbee, George P. Co! 
burn, Ethan White, John Q. A. Dimond, Charles ( J 
Clough. 

ELLSWORTH. Justices— Stephen Avery, Samu ' 
M. Avery, David R. Buzzell. 

ENFIELD. Justices, State — Converse Goodhu 
Thomas Merrill, William C. Smith, George W. Conar. 

Justices, Quorum — Alpheus Conant, Amos French. 

Justices — Henry Currier, Clement Smith, Nehemi: 
S. Dustin, William Huse, Mark Purmort, Hubbard Ht 
ris, John Jones, George W. Choate, C. G. Morgan, Jair| 
F. Bryant, Phillips C. Cambridge, Jr., James Huse, "W 
man Pattee, James F. Pattee, Alonzo P. Hatch, Nathj 
Purmort. 

FRANCONIA. Justices— Priest Young, Sime 
Spooner, Nathaniel W. Cheney, Eleazer B. Parker, n 
Gould, George W. Smith, Seneca Potter, Jr., Willi! 
A. Wells. 

GRAFTON. Justices, State— James R. Smiley, <[< 
rus Adams. 

Justice, Quorum — Jesse Cass. 






GRAFTON COUNTY. 95 

Justices—- Alexander Williams, Josiah Stevens, Isaac 
illock, Gilbert W. Rollins, Horace Barney, 2d, Asa 
»rd, Nathaniel W. C. Davis, Erastus Blanchard. 
GROTON. Justices— H. S. McClure, Jonathan Good- 
e, Joshua R. Wheat, W. Heath, Joseph F. Cilley, 
ivid M. Tenney, Bradden Ferrin, George E. Colburn. 
HANOVER. Justices, State— William H. Duncan* 
lac Ross, Daniel F. Richardson, Israel O. Dewey. 
Justices, Quorum— Isaac Fellows, Daniel Blaisdell, 
myn S. In galls, Asahel Smith. 

Justices — Washington Burnham, Asa Huntington, 
ysses Dow, John Tenney, Joseph Tenney, Samuel W. 
bb, Daniel Eaton, Eli Hurlbutt, David Camp, David 
alker, Nathaniel Hurlbutt, Adna P. Balch, James W. 
tterson. 

HAVERHILL, 'justices, State— John Page, N. B- 
lton, N. W. Westgate, John L. Rix, John S. Bryant, 
larles A. Dole. 

Justice, Quorum — John McClary. 

Justices — Russell Kimball, Hiram Morgan, Hosea S. 
ker, Chandler Cass, Aaron P. Glazier, N. M. Swasey, 
alter P. Flanders, David Page, Dudley C. Kimball, 
lac Morse, Sylvester Reding, Henry B. Leonard, 
mes P. Webster, Abel K. Merrill, Samuel Carr, Au- 
stus Whitney, Jacob Bell, Phineas Spaulding, Isaac 
-rlton, Rufus King, James Glynn, George W. Chap- 
in, Charles M. Weeks, Grove S. Stevens, Horace B. 
vage, John F. Morse, Stephen Metcalf, Joseph B. Cot- 
i, Abel E. Davis, Luther C. Morse. 
HEBRON. Justice, State—Nathaniel S. Berry. 
Justices — David McClure, John C. Hammond, Alfred 
Jaques, Elliot B. Rogers, Milo H. Crosby, George 
oodworth, James J. Crosby. 

HILL. Justices, Quorum — G. W. Sumner, E. G. 
■rtlett. 

Justices— Sew sill Dickerson, Isaac T. Parker, Peter 
^rsey, Samuel D. Johnson, Amos Dickerson, Carr 
ise, Albert Blake, Amos K. Davis, Jonathan R. Row- 

HOLDERNESS. Justice, State— Russell Cox. 
Justices, Quorum — Nathaniel P. Smith, Jesse Ladd. 



96 COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Justices — William Ladd, Samuel S. Prescott, George 
L. Shepherd, J. F. Keyes, John S. Drew, John S. Ladd, 
S. N Morse, Andrew Smith, James L. Wilson, Thomas 
P. Cheney, Daniel Smith, 2d, John H. Mudgett, D. L. 
Clark, George Hoyt. 

LANDAFF. Justices, Quorum— Moses Clark, S. 
Moody. 

Justices — George W. Cogswell, John Poor, Dearborn 
S. M. Cogswell, Moor E. Noyes, George W. Kendall, 
Rufus H. Noyes, Benjamin Morrill. 

LEBANON. Justices, State— Caleb Plastridge, Aaron 
H. Cragin, Daniel Richardson, George S. Towle, John 
Clough, Adoniram Smalley. 

Justice, Quorum — Elisha P. Liscomb. 

Justices — George H. Lathrop, Abner Allen, John 
Wood, M. L. Peabody, Lewis R. Morris, Asa M. Mowe, 
Eleazer Aspinwall, Edward J. Durant, Jewett Hosley, j 
Oliver L. Stearns, Francis A. Cushman, Joseph W,| 
Cleaveland, Joseph H. Buckingham, Solon A. Peck, Al- 
bert M. Shaw. 

LISBON. Justices, State — Greenleaf Cummings, Wil * 
liam H. Cummings. 



Justices, Quorum — Levi Parker, Otis Savage, Jame 
Parker, Carleton B. Hutchins. 

Justices — Ithiel C. Young, Jehiel W. Savage, Josepl 
Parker, Ezra B. Elkins, Cyrus Ela, Carlton B. Hutchins 
Artemas Wells, Samuel H. McKean, James R. Young 
David W. Bowles, Ward P. Aldrich, Moses A. Quimb} 
James A. McKean, David S. Richardson, Stephen 1 
Cummings, Silas Parker, Artemas Knight, Charles P; 
Boynton, George Pearsons, Austin Taylor, Edward l\ 
Rand, George F. Cushman, Simon Streeter, Charl< 
Eaton, A. Young, Jehiel W. Holton, Solon S. Gould. | 

LINCOLN. Justice— Stephen M. Hanson. 

LITTLETON. Justices, State— Edward O. Kenne j 
John Farr, H. Bingham, Charles W. Rand, Simeon ' 
Johnson, Cyrus Eastman, Marshall D. Cobleigh. 

Justice, Quorum— Adams Moore. 

Justices — Edmund Carleton, Simeon Remick, Thorn [jj 
Bickford, William J. Bellows, Otis Batchelder, Marqti; 
L. Gould, Truman Stevens, S. H. Rowell, Douglas Rci 



GRAFTON COUNTY. . * 97 

s, J. Sargent, F. Hodgman, Alexander Mclntire, John 
I Charlton, Allen Day, Samuel A. Edson, Philip H. 
addleford, Eli D. Sawyer, James J. Barrett, Nathaniel 
ishop, Wesley Alexander, Franklin Tilton, Boby C. 
owns, Lucius A. Kussell, Henry W. Bowell, Joseph L. 
ibb, George Abbott. 

LYMAN. Justice, Quorum— Lebbeus Hastings. 
Justices — E. C. Stevens, Charles P. Parker, Harrison 
orter, Samuel P. Ford, Luther B. Hoskins, Calvin Titus. 
LYME. Justices, State— David C. Churchill, Sylva- 
itB Hewes, David Culver. 

Justices — Asa Shaw, Thomas K. Ames, John W. An- 
•ews, Selah Beal, David C. Churchill, Jr., Thomas Per- 
ns, George Flint, John S. Goodell, Simeon B. Whipple. 
r illiam T. Chase, Francis Porter, Amos Bailey, Anson 
>uthard, Harris Allen, Asa Thurston, Irenas Hamil- 
n, Charles Kent, Holmes M. Clark, Edmund T. Saw- 
;r, Freeman Joslyn, Jr., Ephraim K. Porter. 
MONROE. Justices, Quorum — Horace Duncan, Jed- 
iah Buff am. 

Justices — Robert G. Nelson, N. K. Stirling, Albert 
ason, Philip P. Mason, Larkin Hastings. 
ORANGE. Justice, State— Samuel Andrews. 
Justices — Aaron Barney, John French, Ralph C. Dun- 
ir, Robert Underhill, Levi E. Flanders. 
ORFORD. Justices, State— Daniel P. Wheeler, Sted- 
an Willard. ( 

Justice, Quorum — Willard Hosford. 
Justices — Joel Richardson, Austin Palmer, James M. 
earned, Ephraim B. Strong, Alvin Taylor, Charles W. 
ierce, James C. Sanborn, William Peters. 

PIERMONT. Justice, Quorum— Aaron P. Gould. 
Justices — Isaiah E. Emerson, Thomas M. Stevens, 
^eb Gilman, Lewis E. Risley, Abel Crook, Reuben M. 
ent, Cyrus F. Smith, Nathaniel P. Hannaford. 
PLYMOUTH. Justices, State— John Keniston, Jo- 
ph Burrows, Denison R. Burnham, Henry W. Blair, 
)hn H. Thompson. 

Justices, Quorum — Joseph Fifield, James McQuesten, 
)hn Rogers. 



98 COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Justices — Timothy Eastman, Anson Merrill, "William 
Leverett, William W. Russell, Seth Doton, Cyrus Ken- 
iston, Stephen York, Arthur Ward, Samuel N. Rowe, 
Gilmore Houston, Alvah McQuesten, D. H. Currier, Jo- 
seph Clark, Hiram W. Gove, Joseph C. Eifield, Benja- 
min Clark, Washington George, Desevignia S. Burn- 
ham. 

EUMNEY. Justices, State — Josiah Quincy, Samuel 
Herbert. 

Justices, Quorum — H. B. Simpson, John L. Dearborn. 

Justices — Abram Ward, Joshua H. Hall, Addison 
Kelley, Daniel L. Simpson, John Wentworth, Adams 
M. Holden, Josiah Quincy, Jr., Jonathan P. Burnham, 
Joseph L. Spaulding. 

THORNTON. Justices, Quorum— F. H. Drew, J. 
Horner. 

Justices— Charles F. Bowen, Herod Fifield, E. P. El- 
kins, Moses Eoss, Osgood Page, Joseph W. Morrison. 
Milton Eoss, William A. Smith, Jeremiah Gilman, Na-J 
than H. Weeks, Erank W. Avery, Calvin E. Bailey' 
Arthur L. Shaw. 

WARREN. Justices, Quorum — Joseph Chamberlain 
Samuel L. Merrill, David C. French, Enoch R. Weeks' 
George Libbey. 

Justices — Jesse Little, Isaac Merrill, William Pom 
roy, James Harriman, Henry W. Weeks, Ira M. Week 
James M. Williams, Jeremiah S. Jewett, Albert B! 1 
Martin, J. W. H. Ames. 

WATERVILLE. Justices— William Snow, Samml 
Dolloff. 

WENTWORTH. Justice, State— J. Everett Sargen 1 1 

Justice, Quorum — Henry Johnson. 

Justices — J. E. A. Peabody, James Atwell, Newe i 
Stanyan, Peter L. Hoyt, George S. Dean, John Currie; j 
M. H. H. Breck, Jeremiah Blodgett, Cyrus Johnsolj 
Elijah Rollins, Wolcott Dana, Joshua S. Blaisdejj 
Thomas J . Smith, Milo E. Haynes, John Davis. 

WOODSTOCK. Justice, Quorum— Jacob B. Demejj 

itt. 



coos county. yy 

Justices — Benjamin Fox, Richard S. Danforth, Jesse 
ckman, Isaac Fox. 
Sheriff— Wyman Pattee, Enfield. 
Jjeputy Sheriffs — Bath', George Morrison ; Bristol, 
mes T. Sanborn ; Canaan, William W. George ; Han- 
?r, Lorenzo D. Gove ; Littleton, M. D. Cobleigh ; 
imney, Joseph L. Spaulding ; Plymouth, D. S. Burn- 
m ; Wentworth, Milo E. Haynes ; Holderness, Dud- 
r L. Clark, Thomas P. Cheney ; Haverhill, Grove S. 
jvens ; Lebanon, James G. Ticknor ; Lisbon, George 
Cushman. 

Deputy Sheriffs in other Counties deputized to serve in 
s County — Franklin (Merrimack Co.), Jonathan P. 
nborn ; Meredith (Belknap Co.), Hanson Beede. 
Jailer — Grove S. Stevens, Haverhill. 
Coroners — Holderness, Samuel S. Baker, James G. 
3knor ; Haverhill, John McClary ; Canaan, Stephen 
}rse ; Littleton, Adams Moore. 

COUNTY OF COOS, 

as incorporated December 24, 1803. Number of Towns, 
twenty-five. Shire Town, Lancaster. Population, 1860, 
L3,168. 

County Treasurer — Nahum D. Day, Stratford ; salary, 

00. 

Register of Deeds — Hezekiah B. Parsons, Lancaster. 

County Sealer — Anderson J. Marshall, Lancaster. 

County Commissioners — Moses H. Kix, Dalton ; Hazen 

r ans, Gorham ; Edwin W. Drew, Stewartstown. 



BERLIN". Justice, State— Merrill C. Forrest. 

Justice, Quorum — Fletcher I. Beane. 

Justices — Daniel Green, Greenleaf Coffin, Moses T. 

oss. 

3ARROLL. Justices — Ebenezer Glines, Josiah Moo- 

jt, Amos C. Colby. 

DLARKSVILLE. Justices, Quorum — Gideon Tirrell, 

jphen G. Fuller. 

Justices — John Keazer, Israel W. Tyler. 



100 COUNTY OFFICERS. 

COLEBEOOK— Justices, quorum— Jonas Eolfe, Hez- 
ekiah Parsons, Albert Barker, Hazen Bedel. 

Justices — Benjamin Whittemore, Alfred Loverjng, 
Benjamin K. Gilman, Hosea Aldrich, Abiel C. Kidder, 
Archelaus Cummin gs, Ira A. Ramsey, Erasmus D. 
Hutchinson, John "Whittemore, William S. Ladd, Charles 
P. Gaffield, Henry W. Woodrow. 

COLUMBIA. Justices, Quorum — Enoch Rogers, 
Samuel M. Harvey. 

Justices — John R. Annis, Lewis Snow, John Mathes. 
M. B. Richardson, Jonathan Qilman, Eben E. Noyes, 
R. Darling, Hiram H. Kenney, John P. Locke, Horace 
M. Hobart, Charles S. Osgood, Orvis W. Haven. 

I) ALTON. Justices, Quorum — Asa Taylor, Oliver P. 
Brooks, Moses H. Rix, Oliver M. Brooks. 

Justices — William B. Crane, John Bond, George B. 
Brown, John Blakesiee, Jr. 

DUMMEE. Justice, Quorum — William Lovejoy. 

Justices — William A. Willis, Ransom Twitch ell, Isaac 
C. Wight, John H. Chandler. 

' ERROL. Justice, Quorum — Elliott Harper. - 
Justices — David H. Thurston, William W. Bragg, j 
Moses Thurston, James P. Bragg. 

GORHAM. Justice, State — James M. Hartweil. 

Justice, Quorum — H. F. Wardwell. 

Justices — John T. Peabody, John D. Burbank, Sainue 
Heath, Brooks C. Flanders, Stephen R. Raynes, Johr 
Brewer, Jr., Timothy H. Hutchins. 

JEFFERSON". Justice, State— B. H. Plaisted. 

Justice, Quorum — Benjamin Reed. 

Justices — Nicholas Tuttle, Joseph T. Pinkham, Benja 
min Keniston, Charles Hight, Charles L. Plaisted, Joh 
Goodell, Nathan R. Perkins, Nathaniel Moulton, Joh 
L. Martin, James H. Goodall. 

LANCASTER. Justices, State— Jared W. William! 
John H. White, William Burns, James W. Week; 
Jacob Benton, Albro L. Robinson, Edmund Browr 
George C. Williams, Benjamin F. W r hidden, Henry ( 
Kent, Charles W. Bellows. 

Justices, Quorum — Ephraim Cross, Hiram A. Fletcl? 



COOS COITSTY. 101 

Harvey Adams, John M. Whipple, Ira S. M. Gove, 

>ch L. Colby, Daniel C. Pinkham, "William Hay- 

d. 

Ustices — James Marden, William Holkins, Saunders 

Cooper, Seth Savage, John W. Barney, Eos well W. 

-sman, Charles B. Allen, William E. Stockwell, Hi- 

l Savage, William S. Clark, Horace Whitcomb, 

les S. Brackett, Jared I. Williams, Joseph B. Moore, 

ies D. Folsom, Ossian Ray, Seth Adams, John G. 

by, D. Eastman, Reuben L. Adams, Benjamin F. 

iking, John G. Lewis, Hosea Gray, David A. Burn- 

, Samuel Worthley, W. K. Ritchie, Hartford Sweet, 

;ekiah B. Parsons, Simpson E. Chase, Oliver Nutter. 

QLAN. Justice, State— James M. Phipps. 

ustices, Quorum— George T. Roberts, S. Cole, Sam- 

F. Mathes, Peter A. G. W. Phipps. 

ustices — Lewis Hutchinson, Alvinza A. Higgins, 

lcome A. Crafts, Joseph H. Vincent, Don A. Rob- 

>n. 

rORTHUMBERLAKD. Justices, State— Joel W. 

bes. 

ustices, Quorum— James B. Brown, William H. 

&le, Hiram Lucas. 

ustices — Edward F. Buckman, Josiah Morse, Leon- 

Johnson, Alpheus Hutchins. 

'ITTSBURG. Justice, Quorum— -Moody B. Quimby. 
ustices — Burleigh Blood, Elias L. Farnum, Otis Par- 
, Robert Tirrell,' Ephraim C. Aldridge, Fernando C. 
obs. 

RANDOLPH. Justice, Quorum — Justus Low. 

r ustices — John C. Leighton, J. C. Scates, Obadiah 

nn, Clovis Lowe, Anson Stillings. 

■TARK. Justice, State — Harwood Pike. 

ustices, Quorum — Aaron Potter, Aaron J. Smith. 

ustices — John Massure, Solomon Cole, George S. 

ke, Luke Cole. 

TRATFORD. Justices, State— J, Marshall, Nahum 

Day. 

'ustices — Benjamin B. Ockington, Thomas Connary, 

irles Mahurin, Albe Holmes, Lucius Hartshorn, 

>rge M. Johnson, Moses Sherman. 



102 COUNTY OFFICERS. 

SHELBUKlSrE. Justice, State— Barker Burbank. 

Justices, Quorum — Robert Ingalls, Thomas J. Hub- 
bard. 

Justices — Fletcher Odell, Dearborn L. Austin, Jotham 
F. Evans, Martin L. Burbank. 

STEWARTSTOWJST. Justice, State— William M. 
Smith. 

Justices, Quorum — John Flanders, A. "W. Drew, ISTor- 
mand Smith, Daniel Bogers. 

Justices — Joseph Y. Tebbetts, Seth Tirrell, Isaiah H. 
Pickard, Horace J. Hall, William B. Fletcher, Davis 
Graham, Stephen Morrison. 

WHITEF1ELD. Justices, State— Simeon Warner, 
Aurin M. Chase.. 

Justices, Quorum — Joseph Colby, Ebenezer Carlton. 

Justices — Morris Clark, Ralph Fiske, Benjamin Brooks, 
Jr., Kimball Cole, William F. Dodge, Wm. B. Hutchins, 
Thomas Rogers, Caleb Walker, Charles Libbey, Hart- 
well H. Southworth, Isaac Miner. 

LOCATIONS, &c. 

WENTWORTH'S LOCATION. Justice— Z. F. 
Durkee. 

Sheriff— Enoch L. Colby, Lancaster. 

Deputy Sheriffs — Lancaster, Seth Adams, . William \ 
Cargill ; Colehrook, Archelaus Cummings ; Northum- 
berland, Leonard Johnson ; Stratford, Lucius B. Harts- 
horn ; Columbia, E. G. Rogers. 

Deputy Sheriffs in other Counties deputized to serve in 
this County — Littleton (Grafton Co.), M. D. Cobleigh. 

Jailer — Amos Balch, Lancaster. 

Coroners — Lancaster — Anderson J. Marshall ; Stew-\ 
artstown, Amos W. Drew; Shelburne, Martin L. Bur- 
bank. 



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MILITARY DEPARTMENT. 



e following statistics and. extracts are taken from the 
idjutant, Inspector and Quartermaster - G ener aV s Re- 
port of 1861. 

COMMANDER-IN-CHIEF. 

[lis Excellency, NATHANIEL S. IJEREY, Hebron. 

A.ids-de-Camp [with the rank of Colonel) — David JB. 

Ison, Manchester; Josiah B. Sanborn, Concord; 

illiam C. Berry, Barnstead ; Gilraan C. Tucker, Ray- 

»nd ; Milo H. Crosby, Hebron. 

Adjutant-General — Anthony Colby, New-London 

iving the rank of. Brigadier-General). 

Quartermaster-General — John H. Gage, Nashua, 

,nk of Brigadier-General). 

Commissary -General — Daniel L. Randall, Portsmouth 

Losen annually by the Legislature). 

Che State is divided into three divisions and six brig- 

3S. 

iccording to the returns made to the Adjutant-Gen- 

1, in 1861, the whole number of enlisted and enrolled 

n in the State of New-Hampshire is 31,381. 

Prom eighteen towns no returns were made ; several 

these are among the large towns and cities in the 

ite. 



rhe ordinances of the seceded States were passed in 
i following order as to date : 

south-Carolina, Dec. 20, 1880. 
Mississippi, Jan. 9, 1861. 
Alabama, Jan. 11, 1861. 
Florida, Jan. 11, 1881. 
Seorgia, Jan. 19, 1861. 
Louisiana, Jan. 26, 1861. 



7. Texas, Feb. 1, 1861. 

8. Virginia, April 17, 1861. 

9. Arkansas, May 6. 

10. Tennessee, May 6. 1861. 

11. North-Carolina, May 21,1861. 

(Newspaper authority.) 



^pri! 15, 1861, the President of the United States 
tied a Proclamation for a draft of 75,000 men, appor- 
ned from the different States — two regiments called 
>m New-Hampshire. April 16, Governor Goodwin 
ued orders for enlisting men for the two regiments. 



104 



MILITARY. 



Officers appointed "by the Governor and Council for 
the First Regiment : 

Colonel, Mason "W. Tappan. 
Lieutenant Colonel, Thomas J. Whipple. 
Major, Aaron E. Stevens. 
Adjutant, Enoch Q. Eellows. 
Quartermaster, Richard 1ST. Batchelder. 
Paymaster, Moses K. flazelton. 
Surgeon, Alpheus B. Crosby. 
Surgeon's Mate, Henry C. Shaw. 
Chaplain, Stephen G. Abbott. 

COMPANY OFFICERS. 

Company A— Captain, Louis Bell. 

Lieutenant, George W. Colbath, 

Ensign, Oliver M. Clark. 
Company B — Captain, Daniel R. ILenney. 

Lieutenant, Charles W. Sawyer. 

Ensign, Jasper G. Wallace. 
Company C — Captain, John L. Kelley. 

Lieutenant, Martin Y. B. Richardson. 

Ensign, Charles O. Jennison. 
Company D — Captain, Ira McL. Barton. 

Lieutenant, Edward Nettleton. 

Ensign, Dexter G. Reed. 
Company E — Captain, Richard O. Greenleaf. 

Lieutenant, William E. Greeley. 

Ensign, John W. Thompson. 
Company E- — Captain, Augustus S. Edgerly. 

Lieutenant, George W. Handler. 

Ensign, George W. Whipple. 
Company G — Captain, Andrew J. Sargent. 

Lieutenant, Horace T. H. Pierce. 

Ensign, Charles H. Drummer. 
Company H— Captain, Jeremiah D. Drew. 

Lieutenant, John M. Clark. 

Ensign, Israel L. Drew. 
Company I — Captain, Edward E. Sturtevant 

Lieutenant, Henry W. Euller. 

Ensign, Enoch W. Goss. 



MILITARY. 105 

mpany K — Captain, Gilman L. Sleeper. 

Lieutenant, Enoch Q. Fellows. 

Ensign, Hollis 0. Dudley. 
This Kegiment left Concord May 25th for Washing- 
l, D. C, by the ears, and arrived in Washington on 
icsday, 28th inst. The whole number connected with 
3 Kegiment was 887, and were enlisted for three 
>nths. The Kegiment returned to Concord August 
l, and were mustered out of service on the 9th. Ac- 
rding to the regimental roll they all returned but 
ie, in good health with a very few exceptions ; of the 
le seven were taken prisoners and two lost on return- 
l home, having been drowned at a wharf in New- 
>rk. 

rhe First Kegiment, although they were not in any 
£ular battle, endured considerable hard service, and 
i some skirmishes with the enemy on the banks of 
3 Potomac. The latter part of the time a portion of 
i Kegiment was detached for picket duty extending 
mg the Potomac some 8 or 10 miles, and while on 
s duty were without tents. 

OFEICEKS OF THE SECOND KEGIMENT. 
Colonel, Gilman Marston. 
Lieutenant Colonel, Frank S. Fiske„ 
Major, Josiah Stevens, Jr. 
Adjutant, Samuel G. Langley. 
Quartermaster, John S. Godfrey. 
Surgeon, George H. Hubbard. 
Surgeon's Mat#, James M. Merrow. 
Chaplain, Henry 'E. Parker. 

COMPANY OFFICERS, 

■mpany A — Captain, Tileston A. Barker. 

First Lieutenant, Henry M. Metcalf. 

Second Lieutenant, Herbert B. Titus. 
mpany B — Captain, Simon G. Griffin. 

First Lieutenant, Charles W. Walker. 

Second Lieutenant, Abiel W. Colby. 
mpany C— Captain, James W. Carr. 

First Lieutenant, James H. Platts. 

Second Lieutenant, Samuel O. Burnham. 



106 MILITARY. 

Company D — Captain, Hiram Eollins. 

First Lieutenant, Samuel P. Sayles. 

Second LieuteDant, "Warren H. Parmenter. 
Company E — Captain, Leonard Drown. 

First Lieutenant, "William PL Smith. 

Second Lieutenant, Ai B. Thompson. 
Company F — Captain, Thomas Snow. 

First Lieutenant, Joshua F. Littlefieid. 

Second Lieutenant, Harrison D. F. Young. 
Company G — Captain, Ephraim Weston. 

First Lieutenant, Evarts "W. Farr. 

Second Lieutenant, Sylvester Eogers. 
Company H — Captain, Ichabod Pearl. 

First Lieutenant, Joab N. Patterson. 

Second Lieutenant, "William H. Prescottj 
Company I — Captain, Edward L. Bailey. 

First Lieutenant, Samuel G. Langley. ; 

Second Lieutenant, Joseph A. Hubbard. ' 
Company K — Captain, "William O. Sides. 

First Lieutenant, John S. Godfrey. 

Second Lieutenant, John S. Sides. 

The Second Eegiment left Camp Constitution, Port 
mouth, June 20, for "Washington, D. C. The Eegimei 
numbered 1047, and was enlisted for three years, unle 
sooner discharged. The Second Eegiment was in tl 
battle of Bull Bun, July 21, and according to the offici 
return, made by Lieutenant Colonel Fiske, the Id | 
sustained was 9 killed, 35 wounded and 63 missing — tote' j 
107. Colonel Marston was wounded in the early part i 
the battle, and was carried off the field, but, after havi:| j 
his arm bandaged, he returned to the field of battle a: I 
remained with his Eegiment. 

OFFICEES OF THE THIED EEGIMENT. j 

Colonel, Enoch Q. Fellows. 
Lieutenant Colonel, John H. Jackson. 
Major, John Bedel. 
Adjutant, Alfred J. Hill. 
Quartermaster, Arthur S. Nesmith. 



MILITARY. 107 

Surgeon, Albert A. Moulton. 
Assistant Surgeon, Benjamin F. Eaton. 
Chaplain, Henry Hill. 

COMPANY COMMISSIONED OFFICERS. 

impany A — Captain, Eufus F. Clark. 

First Lieutenant, Alvin H. Libby. 

Second Lieutenant, John E. Hynes. 
impany B — Captain, John E. Wilbur. 

First Lieutenant, Henry H. Ayer. 

Second Lieutenant, Andrew J. Fogg. 
>mpany C — Captain, Michael T. Donohoe. 

First Lieutenant, Robert H. Allen. 

Second Lieutenant, Walter Cody. 
)MPAi\Y D — Captain, Charles F. Dunbar. 

First Lieutenant, William H. Cornelius. 

Second Lieutenant, Orrin M. Dearborn. 
>mpany E — Cap tain,. Josiah J. Plympton. 

First Lieutenant, Richard Ela. 

Second Lieutenant, George W. Jackson. 
>mpany F — Captain James F. Randlett. 

First Lieutenant, Charles S. Burnham. 

Second Lieutenant, Henry A. Marsh. 
)MPANY G — Captain, Pierce L. Wiggin. 

First Lieutenant, George W. Emmons. 

Second Lieutenant, Henry C. Handerson. 
dmpany H— Captain, Robert C. Dow. 

First Lieutenant, William H. Maxwell. 

Second Lieutenant, John F. Langley. 
ompany I — Captain, Ralph Carlton. 

First Lieutanant, John H. Thompson. 

Second Lieutenant, Samuel M. Smith. 
dmpany K — Captain, Israel B. Littlefield, 

First Lieutenant, Welbee J. Butterfield. 

Second Lieutenant, William H. Miles. 

The Third Regiment struck their tents at Camp Ber- 
% Concord, September 3, 1861, and took the cars via 
ashua and Worcester to Norwich, thence by steamer 
• Hempstead, Long Island, where they were to remain 



108 MILITARY. 

for a short time to drill. The Regiment all told num- 
bered 1047 ; 20 baggage wagons, 4 horses each, and hos- 
pital wagon, 2 horses. The number of cars required 
was about 53. 

A company of sharpshooters of 110, armed with 
heavy rifles, left Concord, September 11, 1861, for 
New- York via Nashua and Worcester, and a few days 
after their arrival in New- York were ordered to Wash- 
ington. 

Officers. Captain, Amos B. Jones ; First Lieuten- 
ant, William P. Austin ; Second Lieutenant, William 
H. Gibbs. 

OFFICERS OF THE FOURTH REGIMENT. 

The Fourth Regiment of New-Hampshire Volunteers 
left Camp Sullivan, Manchester, for the seat of war, 
September 27, 1861. 

Colonel, Thomas J. Whipple. 
Lieutenant Colonel, Louis Bell. 
Major, Jeremiah D. Brew. 
Quartermaster, John L. Kelley. 
Surgeon, Josiah C. Eastman. 
Assistant Surgeon, George P. Greeley. 
Commissary, Daniel Q. Cole. 
Chaplain, Martin W. Willis. 

COMPANY OFFICERS. 

Company A— Captain, Charles W. Sawyer. 

First Lieutenant, Jasper G. Wallace. 

Second Lieutenant, Henry W. Locke. 
Company B — Captain, Richard O. Greenleaf. 

First Lieutenant, George, F. Towle. 

Second Lieutenant, Charles A. Carleton. 
Company C — Captain, Gilman E. Sleeper. 

First Lieutenant, Martin V.B.Richardson. 

Second Lieutenant, Frederick A. Kendall. 
Company D — Captain, William Badger. 

First Lieutenant, Charles O. Jennison. 

Second Lieutenant, David 0. Burleigh. 






MILITARY. 



109 



ompany E — Captain, Howard L. Newell. 

First Lieutenant, Frank W. Parker. 

Second Lieutenant, Andrew J. Edgerly, 
ompany F — Captain, Orrin Brown. 

First Lieutenant, Isaac W. Hobbs. 

Second Lieutenant, Charles H. Drummer. 
ompany G — Captain, Michael O'Flynn. 

First Lieutenant, Charles W. Hurd. 

Second Lieutenant, "William Mayne. 
ompany H — Captain, Joseph W. Clough. 

First Lieutenant, Israel L. Drew. 

Second Lieutenant, Henry C. Tuttle. 
'ompany I — Captain, Nathaniel H. Brown. 

First Lieutenant, William L. Pillsbury. 

Second Lieutenant, True. Sanborn, Jr. 
Iompany K — Captain, Jonathan B. Bagley. 

First Lieutenant, Ephraim C. Currier. 

Second Lieutenant, Charles W. Tilton. 

A Company of Flying Artillery formed at Manches- 
3r, with a battery of six guns, commanded by Captain 
!ook, is now (October 1) ready and will soon leave for 
tie seat of war. Two more Companies of sharp-shooters 
re being formed and rapidly filling up, will probably 
e ra^dy this month. 

The Fifth Begiment, commanded by Colonel Edward 
5. Cross, have gone into Camp in Concord, and the 
ilegiment nearly filled. 

The Sixth Begiment, Colonel Mack, the Seventh Begi- 
nent, Lieutenant Colonel J. C. Abbott, and the Eighth, 
Jolonel H. Fearing, are recruiting, and their ranks 
•apidly filling up, and will, undoubtedly, be ready, each 
»f them, in the course of October. 



110 



ECCLESIASTICAL. 



A Table, showing the names of clergymen, of different de- 
nominations, who are settled over or have charge of societies in 
the different towns in New-Hampshire. 

Where the same name occurs in two towns, it may be under- 
stood the minister officiates in both places. 

Abbreviations used to designate the different denominations. — 
C. T., Congregational Trinitarian; Ut., Unitarian; Pr., Presbyte- 
rian; E., Episcopalian; C. B., Calvinist Baptist; F. B., Freewill 
Baptist; Ch., Christians; M., Methodist; Uv., Universalist ; R. C, 
Roman Catholic; Swed., Swedenborgian ; S. A., Second Ad- 
vent; Chr. G., Church of God. Those printed in italics are 
ordained ministers, but without charge of any particular church. 

Note. — In order to facilitate and insure more correctness of 
the name and location of ministers in the state of New-Hamp- 
shire for the Register, the compiler would earnestly request a 
clergyman of each town or city, or one of each denomination, to 
give a list of the names, and hand to the care of their Represent- 
ative to the Legislature, in June, annually, directed to the com- 
piler at Concord. 



MINISTERS IN NEW-HAMPSHIRE. 



Acwortli. 
Americus K. Howard, 
Amos Foster, 
Artemas Field, 

Albany. 
Theophilus Brown, 
E. C. Willey, 

Alexandria. 
S. Fisk, 
Brown, 

Allenstown. 
John H. Clark, 

Alstead. 
Wm, Claggett, 
Darwin Adams, 
Daniel J. Smith, 

Fisk, 

Alton. 
E. D. Eldredge, 
Seth Sawyer, 
Josiah Glines, 
Tobias Foes, 



M 
CT 
CT 



FB 
FB 

FB 
FB 

S A 

CT 

CB 

M 

Uv 

CT 
FB 
FB 
FB 



Amherst. 




J. Gardner Davis, 
Seneca White, 
William Clark, 
A. W. Boardman, 
J. Pike, 

Andover. 


CT 
CT 
CT 
FB 
M 


J. B. Libbey, 
Hiram C. Dugan, 


Ch 
Ch 


Antrim. 




John H. Bates, 
To be supplied, 
Willard Kimball, 


Pr 

31 

CB 


Atkinson. 
Jesse Page, 
Thomas Cilloway, 


CT 
Uv 


Auburn. 




James Holmes, 
H. F. Spencer, 

Barnstead. 


CT 


William 0. Carr, 
David Garland, 


CT 
FB 



ECCLESIASTICAL. 



Ill 



H. Nutter, 


CH 


Campion. 




avid L. Edgerly, 


FB 


J. B. Hadley, 


CT 


Barrington. 




James Barnaby, 


CB 


Willey, 


CT 


Canaan. 




Sherburne, 


FB 


Moses Gerould, 


CT 


B. Leigbton, 


FB 


Job C.Tyler, 
Nathan Jones, 


FB 


Bartlett. 




FB 


Bradford. 




Joseph Hayes, 

Candia. 


M 


iram Holmes, 


FB 


E. N. Hidden, 


CT 


G. Abbott, 


CB 


James Adams, 


M 


Bath. 




Bradbury, 


FB 


reenleaf P. Warner, 


M 


Canterbury. 




Bedford. 




Howard Moody, 


CT 


lomas Savage, 


Pr 


J. M. Harper, 
Jeremiah Clough, 


FB 
FB 


Bennington. 




Joseph Clough, 


FB 


Benton. 




John Harriman, 


Ch 


P. Warner, 


M 


Carroll. 




— Richardson, 


FB 


W. H. Eastman, 


CB 


Bethlehem. 




Center-Harbor. 




McClennin, 


CT 


A. Benson, 


CT 


athaniel Bowles, 


FB 


Charlestown. 




Brentwood. 




Joseph Garland, 


CT 


ugh McLeod, 


CT 


Jaazaniah Crosby, d. d., 


Ut 


jonard Hatch, 


CB 


Edward Barker, 


Uv 


Bridgewater. 




Joseph Fawcett, 


M 


Batchelder. 


FB 


Chatham. 




Bristol. 




Eliphalet Weeks, 


31 


F. Abbott, 


CT 


Chester. 




. S. Sleeper, 


FB 


H. 0. Howland, 


CT 


mos Brown, 




C. H. Newell, 


M 


)hn Currier, 
alter Sleeper, 


M 
M 


Chesterfield. 
Jeffers Hall, 


CT 


ailip C. Bean, 


M 


Thomas L. Fowler, 


M 


Brookfield. 




Chichester. 




alson Hartshorn, 


FB 


Joshua S. Gay, 


CT 


Brookline. 




Wm. Swain, 


FB 


P. Sawin, 


CT 


Wm. D. Cass, 


M 


2orge C. Thomas, 
Bow. 
Damon, 


M 


0. Hinds, 

Claremont. 


M 


C B 


Robert F. Lawrence, 


CT 


iniel C. Babcock, 


M 


C. Chase, d. d., Bishop, 
Henry S. Smith, 


E 
E 


Boscawen. 




Oliver Ayer, 


CB 


bert W. Fiske, 


CT 


R. S. Stubbs, 


M 


wch Corser, 


CT 


Colebrook. 




r illiam Patrick, 
Smith (Fisherville), 


CT 
CT 


Henry M. Bridge, 


CT 


>na. Chamberlain (Fisher- 


Columbia. 




ville), 


FB 


Nelson Martin, 


M 



112 



ECCLESIASTICAL. 



Conway. 




Deering. 




Reuben Kimball, 
John Petti ngill, Jr., 


€T 


To be supplied, 


M 


Jona. Gale, 




Derry. 




Jona. Fletcher, 


FB 


E. G. Parsons, 


CT 


Concord. 




Lorenzo Draper, 


M 


Nathaniel Bouton, d. d., 


CT 


C. Dustin, 


M 


Henry E. Parker, 


CT 


Leonard S. Parker, 


CT 


Ephraim 0. Jameson, 


CT 


Elbridge G. Perham, 


M 


H. A. Kendall, 


CT 


Dorchester. 




Asa P. Tenney, 


CT 


G. W. Jessamine, 


FB 


A. W. Fiske, 


CT 






Thomas Batray, 


CT 


Dover. 




L. Billings, 


Ut 


E. H. Richardson, 


CT 


James H. Eames, 


E 


B. F. Parsons, 


CT 


Francis Chase, 


E 


Edwin M. Wheel ock, 


Ut 


Henry A. Coit, 


E 


Dudley P. Leavitt, 


M 


Charles W. Flanders, d. d. 


CB 


James Ashton, 


M 


E. E. Cummings, d. v., 


CB 


Thomas G. Salter, 


E 


J. Storer [Fisher ville), 


CB 


William Rand, 


FB 


A. Brown, 


CB 


W. Vary, 


FB 


Oren Tracy, 


CB 


Patrick Canovan, 


RC 


Amasa Brown, 


CB 


William B. Clapp, 


CB 


J. P. Nutting, 


FB 


E. M Hicks, 


Uv 


J. H. Moore, 


Uv 


Dublin. 




B. P. Stone, d. d. 


CT 






Samuel Utley, 
J. H. McCarty, 
J. C. Emerson. 


CT 
M 


William F. Bridge, 

{Hamsville), 


Ut 
CT 


M 


Lyman Culver (Potter sville),C I 


Osmon C. Baker, d. d., Bp 


i M 


William W. Lovejoy, 


CB 


S. M. Vail, d.d., 


M 


Dummer. 




David Patten, d. d., 


M 


E. Griffin, 


FB 


John W. Merrill, d. d., 


M 


Dunbar ton. 




Sam'l Cooke, C%. #. Prison 


,CB 


Coburn, 


CT 


Jacob Sanborn, 


M 


Durham. 




Silas Curtis, Agent of New- 
Hampton Institution, F B 


Alvan Tobey, 


CT 


Cornish. 




East-Kingston. 




A. S^aulding, 


CT 


J. M. Sanborn, 


M 


D. P. Deming, 


C B 


Eaton. 




Samuel S. Dudley, 


M 


King Atkinson, 


FB 


Croydon. 




J. Fletcher, 


FB 


RufusTilton, 


M 


Effingham. 




R. Stinson, 


Uv 


N. Foss, 


FB 


Dalton. 




J. Nichols,' 


FB 


Geo. H. Pinkham, 

Banbury. 
Andrew Rankin, 


FB 
CT 


John Chick, 
Enos G. Page, 
S. S. White, 


FB 

M 

CB 


Danville. 




Ellsworth. 




Moores Cole, 


FB 


John L. Brown, 


FB 


To be supplied, 

Deerjield. 
U. W. Condit, 


M 
CT 


Enfield. 
Alonzo P. Hatch, 


M 


Ayer, 


FB 


C. U. Dunning, 


M 


Simeon P. Heath, 


M 


Wm. 0. Baldwin, 


CT 



1 



ECCLESIASTICAL. 



118 



Errol. 




Lang, 




Epping. 




H. Stearns, 


CT 


be supplied, 


M 


Goldsmith, 


Uv 


Epsom. 




ron B. Peffers, 


CT 


>ses A. Quimby, 


FB 


Exeter. 




T. Lanphear, 


CT 


as Nason, 


CT 


- Newhall, 


CB 


vi W. Leonard, d. d., 


Ut 


Cumminqs, 


CT 


S. Fletcher, 


Uv 


arles Dame, 


CT 


Ellsworth. 




m. Merrill, 


FB 


Farming ton. 




gers M. Sargent, 


CT 


Wedgewood, 


FB 


niel r. Cilley, 


FB 


Tibbets, 


M 


Fitzwilliam. 




m. L. Gaylord, 


CT 


Francestown. 




arles Cutler, 


CT 


Franconia. 




is F. Willis, 


FB 


Franklin. 




illiam T. Savage, 


CT 


Freedom. 




ng Atkinson, 


FB 


Fremont. 




hn Marsh, 


FB 


Ison M. Bailey, 


M 


Gilford. 




ekiei True, 


FB 


Gilmanton. 




seph Blake, 


CT 


>ses Folsom, 


FB 


B. Durgin, 


FB 


arles R. Homan, 


M 


Gilsum. 




Adams, 


CT 


J. Howard, 


Ch 


vid Kilburn, 


M 



Goffstown. 




J. W. Ray, 


CT 


Isaac Willey, Bib. Agt., 


CT 


L. D. Stevens, 


FB 


Go sport. 




George R. Beebe, 


Ch 


Goshen. 




Henry Richardson, 


CT 


L. M. Powers, 


CB 


Grafton. 




J. S. Green, • 


Ch 


Grantham. 




Richard Newhall, 


M 


Osburn, 


Ch 


Greenfield. 




D. Goodhue, 


CT 


L. Marshall, 


CT 


Greenland. 




E. Robie, 


CT 


Eleazer Smith, 


M 


J. F. Adams, 


M 


Gorham. 




George Tewksbury, 
L. Walcott, 


CT 

Uv 


James M. Hartwell, 


M 


Groton. 




L. Con ant, 


CT 


S. G. Kennie, 


CB 


LTampstead. 




T. C. Pratt, 


CT 


Abraham Folsom, 


M 


Hampton. 




John Colby, 


CT 


DeWitt C. Durgin, 


FB 


Frank K. Stratton, 


M 


Hamp ton-Falls . 




Alfred Coburn, 


CB 


A. M. Bridge, 


Ut 


JohnMcGlauflin. 


Ch 


Hancoclc. 




Asahel Bigelow, 


CT 


Hanover. 




Nathan Lord, t>. d., 


CT 


David Kimball, 


CT 


Samuel G. Brown, v. »., 


CT 


Clement Long, d. d., 


C. T 


Daniel J. Noyes, d. d., 


CT 


Charles A. Aiken, a. b., 


CT 


Henry Fairbanks, a. m., 


CT 



114 



ECCLESIASTICAL. 



John ST. Putnam, a. m., C T 

D. F. Richardson, A. m., C B 

Henry Wood, C T 

Jonathan S. Herrick, C B 

John Sweat, F B 

Haverhill. 

John D. Emerson, C T 

John Davis, F B 

Charles H. Chase, M 

Silas Quimby, M 

Calvin F. Bailey, M 

Hebron. 

L. Conant, C T 

S. G. Kennie, Ch 

Henniker. 

J.M. R.Eaton, CT 

Josiah Hooper, M 

Hill. 

S. H. Amsden, C T 

Hamsden, Ch 

Hillsborough. 

Harry Brickett, C T 

To be supplied, M 

Hinsdale. 

Moses H. Wells, C T 

J. G. Bennett, C B 

Charles H. Smith, M 

Holderness. 

A. Sargent, F B 

Hollis. 

P. B. Day, C T 

Leonard Jewett, C T 

HooTcsett. 

Marvin Leffingwell, C T 

To be supplied, M 



HopJcinton. 
E. W. Cook, 
D. H Sanborn , 
N. D. Sleeper, 
Jonathan E. Brown, 
George H. Marston, 


CT 
M 

Ch 
CB 

Swed 


Hudson. 
G. Putnam, 
Lucian W. Prescott, 


CB 
M 


Jaffrey. 




E. K. Bailey, 
Ezekiel W. Coffin, 

F. D. Austin, 

J. S. Batchelder, 


CB 

Uv 
CT 
CT 



Jackson. 




Jonathan Gale, 
John K. Hall, 


M 
FB 


Jefferson. 




Truman Carter, 


M 


Keene. 





Z. S. Barstow, d. d., 
John A. Hamilton, 
William O. White, 
Leonard Tracy, 
Joseph W. Guernsey, 
E. A. Renouf, 
Knowlton, 

Kensington. 
Wm. Page, 
J. C. Blodgett, 



J. H. Mellish, 
Wm. Hewes, 

Laconia. 
John K. Young, d. d., 
G. W. H. Clark, 

Lancaster. 
Prescott Fay, 
George 1ST. Bryant, 

Landaff. 
George W. Cogswell, 
Lewis P. Cushman, 

Lang don. 
Andrew Jacqueth, 

Lebanon. 
C. A. Downs, 
R. Case, 
Newell Culver, 
G. W. Bailey, 

Lee. 
Israel Chesley, 
Mason Moore, 
Albert G. Cummings, 

Lempster. 
James B. Faulks, 
R. Stinson, 

Lisbon. 
Isaiah H. Shipman, 

Ransom, 

William Berkley, 
Elijah R. Wilkins, 



CT 
CT 

Ut 
CB 

M 
E 

Uv 

CT 

Ch 



CT 



Ch 
CT 
FB 



M 

Uv 



Chr G , 
FB 

M 
M 



ECCLESIASTICAL. 



115 



Litchfield. 
>enezer Newhall, 


Pr 


Littleton. 




tarles E. Melliken, 


CT 


jorge S. Barnes, 


M 


Londonderry. 




;orge W. T. Rogers, 


M 


shua L. Whittemore, 


CB 


illiam House, 


Pr 


Loudon. 




ither Townsend, 


CT 


G. Knowles, 


FB 


as Green, 


M 


Lyman. 




,arles Cowen, 


M 


Lyme. 




dix Tenney, 


CT 


)pleton Belknap, 


CB 


Lyndeborough. 




B. Claggett, 


CT 


Manchester. 




W. Wallace, 


CT 


. H. Fenn, 


CT 


Ivan S. Hunting, 


Ut 


aac G. Hubbard, 


E 


sse M. Coburn, 


CB 


;orge Pierce, 


CB 


ng S.Hall, 
M. Bailey, 


CB 


FB 


siah P. Stinchfield, 


M 


mes M. Buckley, 


M 


>orge S. Dearborn, 


M 


- Bolles, 


Uv 


Madbury. 




muel Hoyt, 


M 


hn Warren, 


M 


Marlborough. 




les Lyman, 


CT 


Jackson, 


Vv 


"senT. S. Sinclair, 


M 


Marlow. 




A. Smith, 


M 


avid Gage, 


CB 


— Martin, 


Ch 


Mason. 




iniel Goodwin, 


CT 


— Emery, 


Ch 


Meredith. 




mrles Burnham, 


CT 


— Goodhue, 


CB 


ephen J. Pitman, 


FB 


iver Butler, 


FB 


— Sanborn, 


FB 



Merrimack. 




Edwin J. Hart, 


CT 


Middleton. 




Samuel P. Furnald, 


FB 


Milan. 




Daniel W. Barber, 


M 


Milford. 




D. Ayer. 


CB 


H. Moore, d. d., 


CT 


J. W.Horton, 


CB 


Milton. 




James Doldt, 


CT 


Ezra Tuttle, 


FB 


Mont- Vernon. 




Charles E. Lord, 


CT 


Monroe. 




Moulionborough . 




A. C. Hardy, 


M 


Nashua. 




Austin Richards d. d., 


CT 


C. J. Hill, 


CT 


Charles Young, 


M 


William H. Eaton, 


CB 


Linville J. Hall, 


M 


Martin W. Willis, 


Ut 


D. F. Banks, 


E 


J. O'Donnell, 


RC 


Joseph 0. Skinner, 


Uv 


Nelson. 




Or d way, 


CT 


New-Boston. 




E. C. Cogswell, 


Pr 


John Atwood, 


CB 


Francis Merriam, 


CB 


Neiobury. 




Asa Rundlett, 


FB 


Newcastle. 




L. Alden, 


CT 


New-Durham. 




Nathaniel Berry, 


FB 


Joseph Boodey, 


FB 


New-Hampton. 




I. D. Stewart, 


FB 


T. Perkins, 


FB 


John Fullonton, 


FB 


E. Fiske, 


FB 


J. J. Butler, 


FB 


Newington. 




John LeBosqnet, 


CT 


Neiv-Ipswich. 




Sylvanus Heywood, 


CT 



116 



ECCLESIASTICAL. 



New-London. 




Piermont. 




Lucien Hayden, 
Asa Rundlett, 


C B 


A. L. Marden, 


CT 


FB 


Samuel F. Whidden, 


M 


Newmarket. 




Pittsburg. 




William H. Jones, 


M 


Willis Straw, 


M 


E. Chapman, 
A. J. Davis, 

Newport. 


CT 
FB 


Pittsfield. 
J. A. Hood, 
Cyrus Tibbetts, 
James Morrill, 


CT 
CB 

S A 


Henry Cummings, 
J. T. James, 


CT 
CB 


Joseph Harvey, 


SA 


James Thurston, 


M 


Plainfield. 
S. W. Miles, 


CB 


Newton. 




Amos Blanchard, 


CT 


N. Day, 


Ch 


Jacob Scales, 


CT 


Northfield. 




Plaistow. 




R. M. Manly, Prin. of the 




Homer Barrows, 


CT 


Female College, 


M 


A. M. Higgins, 


CB 


Marcellus A. Herrick, 


E 


Plymouth. 




North-Hamp ion . 




William R. Jewett, 


CT 


John Dinsmore, 


CT 


Orlando H. Jasper, 


M 






J. G. Smith, 


M 


Northumberland. 




Portsmouth . 




Lewis H. Massure, 


M 


W. L. Gage, 


CT 


Northwood. 




Charles Burroughs, d. d., 


E 


Henry C. Fay, 


CT 


A. J. Patterson, 


Uv 


George W. Ashby. 


CB 


William A. Hitchcock, 


E 


E. H. Smith, 


CB 


Richard W. Humphries. 


M 


B. F. Manson,. 


FB 


Henry H. Hart well, 


M 


Nottingham. 




Edwin B. Eddy, 


CB 


Jacob Hood, 


CT 


N. Med bury (City Miss.), 


CB 


Alexander Turtle, 


FB 


Moses Howe, 


Ch 


John C. Holmes, 


FB 


- — Reed, 


FB 


Orange. 




Cannovan, 


KG 


David Fo well, 

Orford. 
Luther Whittemore, 


M 
CT 


Raymond. 
George W, Sargent, 
Joseph Fullonton, 


CT 
FB 


Moses T. Runnels, 


CT 


Nelson M. Bailey, 


M 


Ossipee. 




Richmond. 




Horace Wood, 


CT 






John Chick, 


FB 


Rindge. 




True Hill, 


FB 


A. W. Burnham, d. d., 


CT 


John Walker, 
H. Webber, 


FB 
FB 


Henry B. Copp, 


M 


Pembroke. 




Roxbury. 




Lewis Goodrich, 


CT 


T. W. Duncan, 


CT 


Kelson Green, 


M 


Rochester. 




Pelham. 




James M. Palmer, 


CT 


Amos J3. Russell, 


M 


J. Lewis Trefren, 


M 


Peterborough. 




Thomas Bartiett, 


Ch 


R. E. Danforth, 


M 


Cooke, 


FB 


Daniel McClelland, 


CT 


Rumney. 




George Dustin, 


CT 


J. K. Chase, 


CB 


Charles B. Ferry, 


Ut 


James M. Bean, 


M 



ECCLESIASTICAL. 



117 



Rollinsford. 




Spring field. 


D.B. Bradford, 
Michael Lucy, 
F. B. Holxnan, 


CT 

EC 

M 


Alonzo P. Hatch, 
Levi W. Ham, 

Stark. 
Clifford Cole, 


Eye. 




Daniel W. Barber, 


. Otis, 
Nathaniel L. Chase, 


CT 

M 


Stewartstown 


rames Pierce, 


Ch 


William S. Morrill, 


Salem. 




Daniel Rogers, 
J. B. Hill, 


rohn Lawrence, 


CT 


Stoddard. 


^ewis Harvard, 
cYm. H. Thomas, 


M 
M 


Samuel L. Gerould, 


Salisbury. 
loratio Merrill, 


CT 


To be supplied, 

Strafford. 
E. Place, 


Hoses T. Cilley, 


M 


L. B. Tasker, 


5. Combs, 


C B 


John Caverly, 


Shelburne. 




John Winkley, 


Sanbornton. 




N. C. Twombly, 


r ames Boutwell, 


CT 


Stratford. 
Moses Sherman, 


i. Bodwell, 


CT 




J orb an Curtice, 
reremiah D. Tilton, 


CT 


Stratham. 


CB 


Edward C. Miles, 


\. !Nutt, 


Ch 


Dalrymple, 


"onathan Hall, 


M 


George W. Thompson, 


lenry Chandler, 


M 


JS r . Piper, 


Villiam D. Cass, . 


M 


Latham, 


Vathaniel Ladd, 


M 


Sullivan. 


Sandown. 




Barber, 


freeman Ryder, 


M 


Sunapee. 


Sandwich. 




John Young, Jr., 
John W. Johnson, 


Jeuben Dearborn, 


M 


Surry. 
E. F. Abbott, 

Sutton. 


% B. Fernald, 
Wm. Rogers, 
tlugh Beede, 


FB 
FB 

FB 


Seabroolc. 




Isaac Peaslee, 


£ G. Abbott, 


CB 


Valentine Bunker, 


JloffH. Call, 


M 


Swanzey. 


Somersworth . 




John G. Wilson, 


rl. Q. Butterfield, 


CT 


James M. Searles, 


Samuel Collins, 


CB 




^. K. Mculton, 
3. G. Kellogg, 
£. S. Harrington, 
Michael Lucy, 


FB 
M 
M 

RC 


Tamzvorth; 
S. H. Riddell, 
Elisha F. Legro, 
John Runnels, 
H. Blaisdell, 


South-Hampton . 




Temple. 


Samuel E. Brown, 


CB 


George Goodyear, 


South- Newmarket. 




Walter Follett, 


fflmthrop Fifield, 


CT 


Thornton. 


Fohn W. Adams, 


M 


Thomas Wyatt, Jr., 


— Eaton, 


Uv 


Orick W. Watkins, 



M 

Ch 

FB 
M 

Ch 
Ch 
CT 

CT 
M 

FB 
F B 
FB 
Ch 
FB 

M 



CT 
CB 

CT 

Ch 

FB 

CT 

Ch 

M 

CT 

FB 
CB 



CT 
CB 

CT 

M 

FB 

FB 

CT 
CT 

FB 
M 



118 



ECCLESIASTICAL. 



Tuftonborough. 




S. F. Bean, 


FB 


John English, 


M 


Troy. 




Unity. 




Amos Kidder, 


M 


Upper- Gilmanton. 




Peter Clark, 


FB 


Wakefield. 




Nathaniel Barker, 


CT 


J. Spinney, 
Ira Taggart, 


FB 


M 


Walpole. 




J. M. Stowe, 


CT 


Tyng, 


E 


Warner. 




Daniel Warren, 


CT 


Henry Stetson, 


CB 


Warren. 




Ames, 


M 


Washington. 




J. F. Griswold, 


CT 


N. M. Powers, 


CB 


A. Heald, 


CB 


To be supplied, 


M 


Webster. 




Edward Buxton, 


CT 


Weare. 




H. W. Day, 


CB 


N. B. Smith, 


FB 


Wentworih. 




S. M. Blanchard, 


CT 


Thompson Barron, 


Uv 



Westmoreland. 




Sullivan H. McCollister, 


Uv 


Glidden, 


CT 


Whitefield. 




Truman Carter, 


M 


George H. Pinkham, 


FB 


William H. Eastman, 


SA 


Wilton. 




Stillman Clark, 


Ut 


Daniel E. Adams, 


CT 


Nelson B. Jones, 




Wilmot. 




J. L. Armes, 


CT 


A. Shepard, 


FB 


To be supplied, 


M 


Winchester. 




J. P. Humphrey, 


CT 


Samuel Beedle, 


M 


Oren Perkins, 


Uv 


Windham. 




Lorin Thayer, 


Pr 


B. R. Hoyt, 


M 


Windsor. 




To be supplied, 


M 


Wolfborough. 




John Wood, 


CT 


William K. Lucas, 


FB 


Hartshorn, 


FB 


Moses Hanson, 


FB 


C. Paris, 


FB 


John English, 


M 


B. Dickson, 


Ch 


Hinkley, 


Ch 


Woodstock. 




McMurphy, 


FB 


William Baker, 


CB 



The Post-Office address of the Presiding Elder of each District » 
of the Methodist order in New-Hampshire, is as follows : 

Dover District — Rev. Calvin Holman, Pelham ; Concord Dis- 
trict — Rev. James Pike, Sanbornton Bridge; Claremont District ■ 
—Rev. E. Adams, Concord. 

The next Conference in New-Hampshire will be held at San- • 
bornton Bridge. 

The next Annual Convention of the Protestant Episcopal Church i 
in the Diocese of New-Hampshire, will be held in St. Paul's* 
Church, in Concord, on the last Wednesday in May, 1862. 

SHAKERS. 

In New-Hampshire there are two Societies— located at Canter! 
bury and Enfield. 



MEDICAL. 119 

The leading authority devolves upon a succession of Bishops. 
his order is represented by two of each sex, who constitute the 
)rder of Ministry. 

ORDER OP MINISTRY. 
lBRAHAM PERKINS, I DORTHY A. DURGIN, 

Ames S. Kaime, I Mary Whitcher. 

Ministers or Elders— Canterbury, Henry J. Durgin, William 
jbbey; Enfield, John Lyon, Henry Cummings. 

Trustees— Canterbury, David Parker, Robert Shepard, 
Fehemiah Trull, E. H. Dennett ; Enfield, C. M. Dyer, Daniel 
'atloRj Jason Kidder, George Thurston 3 Wm. Wilson. 

MEDICAL DEPARTMENT. 



The New-Hampshire Medical Society 

leld its Seventy -first Annual Meeting at Concord, June, 1861. 

OFFICERS FOR 1861-62. 

President— E. K, Webster, m. d., Boscawen. 
Vice-President— C . P. Gage, m. d., Concord. 
Secretary— A. A. Moulton, m. d., Concord. 
Treasurer— Luther M. Knight, m. d., Franklin. 

Councillors— A, A. Moulton, L. M. Peabody, L. C. Bean, T. H. 
!urrie, John Clough, C. H. Shackford, J. C. Hanson, W. H. 
'hayer, S. Cummings, N. Tolles, J. L. Swett, A. F. Carr, J. F. 
lall, I. W. Lougee. 

Censors— John Wheeler, H. B. Fowler, Nathan Call, G. W. 
lartin, Adams Moore, Valentine Manahan, Luke Miller, E. H. 
)avis, T. J. W. Pray, D. S. Prescott, Nahum Wight. 

Delegates to Dartmouth College— S. W. Roberts, L. M. Peabody. 
Orators for 1862— J. P. Wbittemorp, Thomas Sanborn. 
Substitutes— li. W. Peabody, Nathaniel Tolles. 



New-Hampshire Homoeopathic Medical Society. 

Incorporated June 8, 1853. 

This Society held their Ninth Annual Meeting at Concord, 

"une 19, 1861. ' 

OFFICERS FOR 1861-62. 

President.— Alpheus Morrill, m. d., Concord. 

Vice-President— Jerrel Herrick, m. d., Lyndeborough. 

Clerks— Wm. B. Chamberlain, m. d., Keene. 
Censors— J. T. Whittle, m. d., Nashua; A.J. Moulton, m. d m 
rrancestown; L. T. Weeks, m. d.. Canterbury; J. P. Whittle, 
i. d., Hillsborough; J. H. Gallinger, m. d., Concord. 



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PHYSICIANS IN NEW-HAMPSHIRE. 

[In the following list of Physicians in New-Hampshire, the 
abbreviations in italics, placed after the names, Fel., designates 
Fellow of the N. H. Medical Society; Hot., Botanic; Horn.. 
Homoeopathic; Dent., Dentist.] 

Note. — A Physician or Dentist, changing his location or place 
of practice, or a young man who has completed his studies and 
located for business, would confer a favor by sending his card t( 
the compiler of this Register. 



Acworth, Lyman Brooks, 

E. T. Atwood. 
Alexandria, J. W. Pray. 
Alstead, Winslow B. Porter, 

William M. French. 
Alton, John Morrison, 

Nathaniel Dorman, 

I. W r . JLougee, Fel. 
Amherst, M. Spalding, Fel., 

F. P. Fitch, FeL, 

G. W. Moore. 
Andover, H. A.Weymouth, Fel. 
Antrim, William M. Parsons, 

Pierce, Horn., 

J. M. Christie, 

S. M. Dinsmore. 
Atkinson, Isaac B. Hovey. 
Auburn, Nathan Plumer, 

George W. Manter, Fel. 
Bartlett, Loammi B. Dame. 
Barnstead, Mark Walker, Fel., 

Jeremiah Blake. 
Barrington, J. S. Fernald, Fel., 

David McDaniel, 

William Waterhouse, Fel. 
Bath, William Child, 

J. Brown, Eclectic. 
Bethlehem, D. P. Putnam. 
Bedford, C. E. Huntley, Horn., 

George E. Woodbury. 
Boscawen, E. K. Webster, Fel., 

Stephen M. Emery, 

Nathan Call, Fel. 
Bradford, Jason H. Ames, 

CM. Fiske. 
Brentwood, Moses W. Caverly. 
Bristol, Ira S. Chase, Fel., 

H. B. Fowler, Fel., 

J. M. Bishop. 
Brookline, J. C. Shattuck. 
Campton, J. A. Sanborn, Fel., 

Milton Fint. 
Canaan, A. Morgan, 

Ara Wheat, 

N. P. Taplin, Eclec. 



Candia, R. H. Page. 
Canterbury, J. M. Harper, 

Peter A. Foster, 

Lorain T. Weeks, Horn. 
Center-Harbor, John C. Page. 
Charlestown, H. Saunders, 

Samuel Webber. 
Chester, J. P. Whittemore, Fel. 

J. Dearborn, Bot. 
Chesterfield, John F. Butler, 

Daniel F. Randall. 
Chichester, John Fellows. 
Claremont, Josiah Richards, 

Robert S. Gleason, 

S. G. Jarvis, 

Nath'l Tolles, Fel., 

W. M. Ladd, 

C. A. Volk, Fel.,- 

E. G. Judkins, Fel., 
A. Cummings, 
Tirell, Bot., 

F. T. Kidaer. Sur. Dent., 
Silas A. Sabin, Dent., 
Wm. M. Smith, Dent., 
Wm. H. Smart, Jr. 

Colebrook, L. Lombard, 
Augustus Harris, 
Clark C. Norris, 

E. D. Lombard. 
Columbia, Lewis Snow. 
Concord, T. Chadbourne, Fel 

Ezra Carter, Fel., 
Timothy Baynes, 
C. P. Gage, Fe.l. % 
E.G. Moore, Fel., 
Wm. Prescott, 

A. Morrill, Horn., 
W. H. Hosmer, 
Wm. H. Smart, 

B. S. Warren, Bot., 
James F. Sargent, Fel., ' 
Albert A. Moulton, Fel., j 

F. Gust. Oehme, Horn., ; 
Charles A. Lockerby, 
Jesse P. Bancroft, Fel., \ 



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121 



uncord, S. F. L. Simpson, Fel., 

M. T. WilJard, Dent., Fel., 

Abraham H.Robinson, .Fe£., 

J. M. Graves, 

James Moore, Fel., 

Isaac Colby, Horn., 

J. II. Gallinger, Horn., 

William W. Fletcher, Dent., 

J. W. Little, Dent., 

Ezra E. Worthen, Dent., 

E. Gr. Cummings, Dent., 

J. Blaisdell, Dent., 

H. D. White (Fisherville), 
Dent. 
mway, Jere. Chandler, 

Jonathan R. Thompson, 

Charles W. Gordon. 
>rnish, Elijah Boardman, 

Lyman Hall, 
•oydon. D. I). Marsh, 

W. Barton, 
ilton, 

mbury, W. P. Stone, Fel. 
mville, David S. Clark, 
jerfield, S. Brown, Fel., 

Israel N. Gale, 

Charles Chase, 

William Young, 

John O. Haines, Bot. 
srry, J. H. Crombie, Fel., 

Henry Hayes. 
)ver, Nathaniel Low, 

Noah Martin, Fel., 

Albert G. Fenner, Fel., 

Joseph H. Smith, Fel., 

Paul A. Stackpole, Fel., 

Robert Thompson, 

Alphonso Bickford, 

Levi G. Hill, Fel., 

T. J. W. Pray, Fel., 

A. J. H. Buzzell, 

Jefferson Smith, 

W. L. Thompson, Horn., 

Charles H. Horsch, Horn., 

Jeremiah florae, 

John H. Lindsey, Bot:, 

A. J. Young, Dent. 
iblin, John G. Parker. 
Lrham, Thomas Flanders, 

S. H. Green. 
Ingham, Jere. W. Dearborn, 
ifield, Benj. F. Skinner, Fel., 

T. H. Currie, Fel., 

George H. W. Herrick, Fel. 
st-Kingston, John A. Follett. 
ping, N. Batchelder, 
6 



Epping, H. B. Burnham, Fel. 
Epsom, L. W. Peabody, Fel. 
Exeter, William Perry, 

David W. Gorham, 

Samuel B. Swett, 

William G. Perry, 

Ezra Bartlett, 

Edward P.Cummings,.flbm., 

W. L. Johnson, Dent., 

W. D. Vinal, Dent. 
Farmington, D. T. Parker, 

Samuel Pray, Jr., 

A. M. Winn, 

N. C. Parker. 
Fitz william, S. Cummings, 1<W., 

James Batcheller, Fel., 

Edward Aikin, Fel. 
Francestown, D. F. Frye, Fel. 

Andrew J. Moulton, Horn 
Franconia, Daniel E. Wells, 

Otis F. Willis. 
Franklin, L. M. Knight, Fel., 

S. B. Kelley. 
Freedom, Calvin Topliff. 
Gilford, Thos.M.Sanborn,ZTom., 

F. O. Sleeper, 
Charles W. Hunt, 
George W. Munsey, 
A. Lindsey. 

Gilmanton, Nahum Wight, Fel., 

George Montgomery, 

L. W. Sanborn, Dent. 
Gilsum, G. W. Hammond, 

Kimball D. Webster. 
Goffstown, Daniel Little, 

Alonzo F. Carr, Fel., 

John S. Little. 
Gorham, II . F. Ward well, 

James S. Hartwell. 
Gosport, George Beebe. 
Goshen, H. G. Mclntire, 

Frances II . Wheeler. 
Grafton, James R. Smiley, Fel. 
Grantham, Hubert Sleeper. 
Greenfield, John Ramsay, 

J. S. Burt. 
Greenland, George Odell, 

G. C. Clough. 
Hampstead, J. C. Eastman, Fel. 
Hampton, W. T. Merrill. 
Hampton-Falls, Charles H. San- 
born. 

Hancock, Isaac Craigue. 
Hanover, Dixi Crosby, Fel., 

Thomas P. Hill, Fel., 

J. A. Smith, 



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MEDICAL. 



Hanover, A. B. Crosby. Fel. 
Haverhill, Hiram Morgan, 

P. Spaulding, 

H. B. Leonard, 

H. H. Tenney, 

J. N. Davis, Horn. Phy-n 
and Surgeon. 
Henniker, Head, 

Israel P. Chase, Horn. 
Hebron, John Whitmore. 
Hill, R. Fellows. 
Hillsborough, E. Hatch, 

John Goodale, 

Abel C. Burnham, 

Charles L. Hartwell, Fel., 

John Q. R. French, 

James P. Whittle, Horn. 
Hinsdale, Fred Boyden, 

William S. Leonard. 
Holderness, J. A. Dana, 

Mrs. S. D. Thompson, Bot. 
Hollis, H. Willoughby, 

Parkhurst. 

Hooksett, Horace Gage. 
Hopkintdn, Cyril C. Tyler, 

Stephen Currier, 

D. O. Collins, Bot., 

Alexander Rogers, 

J. Wilson. 
Hudson, James Emery, 

D. Onslow Smith. 
Jaffrey, Oscar H. Bradley, 

G. A. Phelps, Fel. 
Jackson, Daniel Dinsmore. 
Keene, Geo. B. Twitchell, Fel., 

Daniel Adams, 

A. S. Carpenter, 

T. B. Kittredge, Fel., 

W. B. Chamberlain, Horn., 

J. F. Jennison, Bot., 

William H. Thayer, Fel., 

J. J. Johnson, 

F. S. Stratton, Bent., 

■ Walker, Dent. 

Kensington. Jonathan Brown. 
Kingston, Thomas Bassett, 

Levi S. Bartlett, 

George W. Sanborn, 

A. Severance, 

John Follett. 
Laconia, D. S. Prescott, 

Oliver Goss, Fel., 

Robert E. Merrill, 

A. J. Thompson, 

George V. Pickering, Dent., 

John H. Stevens, Dent. 



Lancaster, Benjamin Hunkiug. 

Jacob E. Stickney, 

J. W. Barney, 

Freedom Dinsmoor, 

James D. Folsom, 

John W. Bucknam. 
Landaff, 

Langdon, Leland J. Graves. 
Lebanon, Benjamin Gallup, 

Caleb Plastridge, 

L. C. Bean, Fel., 

John Clough, Fel., 

A. M. Mo we, Dent., 

C. O. Towne, 

Adoniram Smalley, Fel. 
Lempster, J. IS". Butler. 
Lisbon, C. H. Boynton, 

J. F. Thompson, Bot. 

S. F. Brown, Bot. 
Littleton, William Burns, 

Adams Moore, Fel., 

R. Bugbee, 

J. L. Harriman, 

Sanger, Horn. 

Londonderry ,Wm. J. Campbell, 

John Haynes. 
Loudon, K". Shannon, Fel., 

Isaac S. French, 

William S. Collins. 

Lyman, 

Lyme, C. B. Hamilton, Fel., 

Abraham O. Dickey, Fel. x 

C. F. Kingsbury, Fel. 
Lyndeboro', I. Herrick, Horn., 

W. A. Jones. Horn! 

Madison, D. S. Hobbs. 

Manchester, M.G.J. Tewksbury 
Charles Wells, 
W. D. Buck, Fel., 
Josiah Crosby, Fel., 
J. S Elliott, 
Sylvanus Bunton, Fel., 
Ebenezer H. Davis, Fel., 
Thomas Wheat, Fel., 
David S. Morse, 
J. A. Tebbetts, 
W. W. Brown, Fel., 

D. B. Nelson, 

H. C. Parker, Horn., 
George H. Hubbard, Fel. r 
James P. Walker, 
J. M. Hawks, 
William Neilson, 
T. M. Hanson, Bot., 

E. Custer, Horn., 

C P. Wood, Surg. Dent. y 



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12 



[ancliester, A. B. Lord, Dent. 
Horn., 
John Prescott, Dent. 

[arlborough, Samuel A. Rich- 
ardson, Fel. 

[arlow, M. Perkins. 

!ason, Thos. H. Marshall, Fel., 
Edwin Schofield. 

Meredith, John Sanborn, 
Jeremiah Smith, 
Hosea H. Smith, Fel., 
William Blake, Bot., 
John H. Sanborn, Fel., 
George Sanborn. 

Merrimack, H. Eaton, Fel., 
M. Merriam. 

ilan, Don A. Robinson. 

ilford, S. Smith Stickney. 
S. G. Dearborn, Fel., 
H. Eldridge, 
Levi W. Wilkins, tiom., 
William Darricott, Dent., 
J. H. Parmlee, Dent. Surg. 

ilton, Stephen Drew, 
William B. Reynolds, 

D. E. Palmer. 
ont-Vernon,A.A.Gerrish, Fel. 
oultonborough, T. Shannon, 

William li. H. Mason, Fel., 
— — Quimby. 
ashua, Ebenezer Dearborn, 
Elijah CoJburn, 
Edward Spaulding, Fel., 

E. B. Hammond, Fel., 
Joshua F. Whittle, Horn., 
N. J. Moore, 

George Gray, 
J. G. Graves, 
Edwin Colburn, 
K. P. Carter, 

F. B. Aver, 
T. H. Gibby, 
J. B. Greeley, 
Levi P. Sawyer, 

O. A. Woodbury, Horn., 
L. F. Locke, Dent. Fel., 
Albert Lull, Dent., 

E. S. Miles, Dent. 
elson. Nehemiah Rand. 
ew-Bostou, J. Daniorth, Fel., 

Robert Whipple, 

N. P. Clark. 
ew-Hampton,TristramRogers, 

Artemus H. Carr, Fel. 
ew-Ipswich, S. Gibson, 

F. Jones, 



New-Ipswich, George A. Gage, 

James Emerson. 
New-London, S. M. Whipple, 
Fel., 

Levi Pierce, Horn. 
Newmarket, J. R. Sanborn, 

G. W. Kittredge, 

William Folsom, 

Reuben M. Gray, 

B. N. Towle, 
Joseph S. Elkins. 

Newport, John L. Swett, Fel., 
. Thomas Sanborn, Fel., 

J. A. Gregg, 

Mason Hatch, 

Griffin. 

Newton, Jonathan G. Gale. 
Northfield, Parsons Whidden. 
North-Hampton, M. L. Hobbs, 

George Odell. 
Northwood, Thomas Tuttle, 

C. W. Hanson. 
Nottingham, L. Chesley. 
Northumberland, Josiah Morse. 
Orford, Willard Hosford, 

D. G. Marston. 
Ossipee, Alvah Moulton, 

Nathaniel Grant, 

G. W. Tibbetts, 

William Grant. 
Pelham, L. H. Grosvenor, 

Amos Batchelder. 
Pembroke, B. H. Phillips, Fel., 

Frederick Potter. 
Peterborough, W. Follansbee, 

Daniel B. Cutter, 

Albert Smith, Fel., 

P. D. Badger, Hot., 

Milton Carter, Horn., 

Elijah M. Stubbs, Dent. 
Piermont, Zeeb Gilman, 

Jonathan Knight. 
Pittsfield, R. P. J. Tenney, Fel, 

A. Wares, 

John Wheeler. 
Plaintield, C. C. Beckley, 

Elbridge G. Beers, Bot., 

Enoch Bl an chard, Fel., 

Constance Manchester. 
Plaistow, Nathaniel K. Kelley. 
Plymouth, Robert Burns, 

Cyrus K. Kelly, Fel., 

J. C. Garland. 
Portsmouth, J. H. Boardman, 

N. W. Oliver, Fel., 

Edward Rundlett, 



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Portsmouth, Robert 0. Tread- 
well, 
William Laighton, Fel., 

A. Perry, Bot., 

B. W. Curtis, 

E. Richter, Horn., 
A. B. Bennett, 
Daniel H. Pierce, 

Wesselhoeft, Horn., 

John Gardner, Bot., 
Simeon Sweet, Bot., 
Benjamin S. Goodwin, Bot., 
N. L. Folsom, Dent., 
G. G. Brewster, Med. and 

Surg. Dent. 
Samuel Baker, Dent., 
E. S. Ryder, Dent., 

A. P. Stevens, Dent., 

E. B. Goodall, Dent., 
Raymond, True M. Gould, Fel. 
Richmond. Samuel P. French, 

Fel. ' 
Rindge, Josiah Abbott. 
Rochester, Jas. Farrington, Jr., 

Enoch C. Dow, 

M. R. Warren. 
Rollinsford, John G. Pike, 

J. M. Merrow. 
Rumney, Daniel L. Simpson, 

Alvah C. Hall, 

Daniel Darling. 
Rye, Warren Parsons. 
Salisbury, Moses S. Wilson, Fel., 

C. B. Willis, Fel., 
W. W. Sleeper, Bot. 

Salem, B. W. Woodman. 
Sanbornton, Nath'l G Ladd, 
James B. Abbott, Fel., 

B. Lyford, Fel., 
S. Campbell, Fel., 
George E. Spencer, Fel. 

Sandwich, Tliomas J. Sweatt, 

John S. Emerson, Fel., 

William A. Page, 

Samuel Ingalls. 
Seabrook, Jonathan Dearborn, 

John G. Ladd. 
Somersworth, E. G. Yeaton, 

Charles F. Elliott, Fel., 

J. C. Hanson, Fel., 

C. H. Shackford,i^., 
Edward H. Pratt, 

F. Tuttle. 

E. Jenness, Horn., 
J. S.Ross. 
So. Newmarket, A. H. Varney. 



Springfield, Valentine Mana- 

han, Fel. 
Stoddard, Leonard E. Richard- 
son. 
Strafford, C. Palmer, Fel., 

Isaiah Edgerly. 
Stratham, George H. Odell. 
Stratford, C. C Carpenter. 
Sutton, Robert Lane, 

Diamond Davis, 

George C. Fuller, 

William W. Darling, Fel. 
Swanzey, Willard Adams, 

D. L. M. Comings, Fel., 

F. H. Underwood, Eclectic. 
Sunapee, John Hopkins, 

I. M. Bishop. 
Surry, William H. Porter. 
Stewartstown. 
Tamworth, E. Wilkinson, 

Joseph Huntress. 
Temple, Josiah M. Blood. 
Thornton, W. A. Smith, Fel., 

E.G. Gilford, Bot. 
Troy, Charles W. Whitney, 

Abial M. Caverly, Fel. 
Tuftonborough, James C. Bas- 
sett, 

Frank Haley, Fel: 
Unity, G. S. Spencer. 
Upper Gilmanton. 
Wakefield, John L. Swinerton, 

S.W.Roberts, Fel. 
Walpole, Ebenezer Morse, 

Jesseniah Kittredge, 

Henry Mellish, 

William J. Knight, Bot., 

Hiram Watkins, 

Jacob B. Burnham, Bot., 

J. Kittredge, 

George A. Blake, 

Willard Ball, Dent., 

William B. Knight. 
Warner, Leonard Eaton, 

J. M. Fitz. 
Warren, Jesse Little, 

David C. French, 

Alphonzo G. French. 
Washington, H. H. Monroe. 
Weare, James Peterson, Horn., 

Robert B. Cars well. 
Webster, N. H. Arey. 
Wentworth, A. A. Whipple,!^. > 

Peter L. Hoyt, 

S. S. Stevens. 
Westmoreland, G. F. Dunbar, 



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125 



r estmoreland, B. Simmons, 

Bot. 
'hitelield, Albert Winch, 

George S. Gove, 
ilmot, H. Nelson Mason, 

— - Pearsons, 
ilton, Josiali Fleeman, 

Timothy Parkhurst, 

Henry Trevitt, 

William A. Jones, Horn., 

Caleb Hodgdon, Dent. 



Winchester, Hosea Pierce, Fel., 

A. P Macumber, 

G. Walton Pierce, 

I. W. Russell, Surg. Dent. 
Windham, Ira Weston, 

Simeon D. York. 
Wolf borough, T. J. Tebbetts, 

Jeremiah F. Hall, Fel., 

Luther Pattee, Fel., 

Rufus H. King. 



CITIES IN NEW-HAMPSHIRE. 



CITY OF MANCHESTER, 

eld their election the second Tuesday in December, 1860, and 
ganized their city government the first Tuesday in January, for 
e year 1861. 

DAVID A. BUNTON, Mayor. 

ALDERMEN. 

ard 1. George C. Gilman. 
u 2. James A. Tebbetts. 
wi 3. Henry C. Merrill. 
" 4. John H. Maynard. 



Ward 5. John Coughlin. 
" 6. Elbridge G. Haynes. 
" 7. John C.Smith. 
" 8. T. S. Montgomery. 



Joseph Knowlton, City Clerk. 

COMMON COUNCIL. 

E. G. WOODMAN, President. 



ard 1. Henry A. Campbell, 
E. G. Woodman, 
Jeremiah O. Pulsifer. 

" 2. George T. Cram, 
Josiah Hacket, 
Charles W. Clement. 

" 3. John H. Goodale, 
Albion Baker, 
Ephraim S. Peabody. 

" 4. Seth Milliken, 
Eben French, 
William S. Palmer. 



Ward 5. Hugh Burns, 

Daniel Conner, 
John Gillis. 

" 6. Ezra Kimball, 

Benj. C. Kendall, 
Charles W. Adams. 

" 7. Daniel Mack, 
John H. Rand, 
Elbridge Hartshorn. 

" 8. Dennis Cassidy, 

Edwin R. Warren, 
William Todd. 



Simeon D. Farnsworth, Clerk of Common Council. 

City Treasurer— Henry R. Chamberlain. 
City Collector— Henry R. Chamberlain. 
City Physician— Sy\v anus Bunton. 
City Solicitor— Charles W. Johnson. 
City Marshal— William B. Patten. 
Assistant Marshal— Benjamin C. Haynes. 



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CITIES OF NEW-HAMPSHIRE. 



Health Officers— Sylvanus Bunton, Charles W. Adams, William j 
B. Patten. 
Police Justice— Samuel Upton. 
Special Justice — Amos B. Shattuck. 
Chief Engineer— A. C. Heath. 
Liquor Agent—Henry P. Wilson. 
City Messenger— D. R. Prescott. 



CITY OF PORTSMOUTH, 

Held their election on the fourth Tuesday of November, 1860, anc 
organized their city government the first Tuesday in January, fo. i 
the year 1861. 

WILLIAM SIMES, Mayor. 

ALDERMEN. 



Ward 1. Christopher C. Jackson, 
Walter A. Cate, 
James Hunkins. 
" 2. Joseph B. Upham, 



Ward 2. John Knowlton, 2d, 
James Larrabee. 
u 3. Daniel Marcy, 
John E. Rider. 



John Bennett, City Clerk. 



COMMON COUNCIL. 

PHINEHAS NICHOLS, President. 



Ward 1. John H. Downing, 
William P. Walker, 
Charles L. Tidd, 
Joseph L. Martin, 
Joseph H. Thacher, 
John H. Polsom, 
John G. Tibbetts, 
Benjamin Hodgdon, 
Albert A. Payne. 
" 2: Samuel Reynolds, 
Phinehas Nichols, 
John S. Rand, 



Ward 2. William R. Preston, 
Joseph M. Edmonds. 
Andrew Gardner, 
James C. Brown, 
Luther E. Martin, 
James B. Pray. 

Ward 3. Benjamin Russell, 
Woodbury Gerrish, 
J. Sullivan Rand, 
John S. Wendell, 
Edwin R. Locke, 
Alphonso Cate. 



George T. Vaughan, Cleric of the Common Council. 

City Messenger— Charles A. Wiggin. 

Treasurer and Collector — Robert Lefavour. 

City Physician — Abner B. Bennett. 

City Solicitor — William H. Rollins. 

Justice of the Police Court — Lorey Odell. 

Special Justice — Albert H. Hoyt. 

City Marshal — Oren Bragdon 

Assistant Marshals— Emery A. Dresser, Daniel L. Randal 
Charles W. Bailey, William Conn, Joel Bean, Reuben Rand, Ji 

Health Officers — Adams Perry, Gideon Walker, Sylvester Gii 
bert. 

Chief Engineer— Charles E. Main. 



CITIES OF NEW-HAMPSHIRE. 



127 



CITY OF CONCORD, 1861-2. 

MOSES HUMPHREY, Mayor. 



ALDERMEN. 



ard 1. Samuel Merriam. 
" 2. Samuel Eastman. 
" 3. William D. Colby. 
" 4. Shadrach Seavey. 



Ward 5. W.G. Shaw. 
" 6. Benjamin F. Gale. 
" 7. Josiah Cooper. 



David Watson, City Cleric. 



COMMON COUNCIL. 

W. H. BUNTIN, President. 



ard 1. Alfred A. Eastman, 
Nathaniel llolfe. 

" 2. Zebulon Smith, 
William Abbott. 

" 3. Moses H. Farnum, 
Henry Martin. 

iC 4. Moses H. Bradley, 



Ward 4. Ezra Ballard. 

" 5. William H. Buntin, 

Nicholas Quimby. 
" 6. John D. Teel, 

Lorenzo D. Peacock. 
" 7. Jedediah C. Abbott, 
» Isaiah S. Robinson. 



Amos Hadley, Clerk. 



City Treasurer— Joseph C. A. Hill. 
City Solicitor — John Y. Mugridge. 
City Physician — William H. Smart. 
City Marshal and Collector of Taxes— John Kimball. 
Assistant Marshals — Jonathan L. Pickering, Samuel C. Pickard. 
Health Officers— John Kimball, ex officio, E. G. Moore, m. d., 
F. Sargent, m. d. 
Police Justice— David Pillsbuiy. 
Special Justice — Stephen C. Badger. 
Chief Engineer— Tine, Osgood. 



CITY OF NASHUA, 1801-2. 
GEORGE BOWERS, Mayor. 



ALDERMEN. 



r ard 1. Clark C. Boutwell. 
'• 2. William S. Atwood. 
" 3. Daniel S. Jones. 
" 4. Ebenezer Dearborn. 
" 5. William W. Hoyt. 



Ward 5. George Thompson. 
" 6. Andrew J. Rockwood 

Freeman E. Tupper. 
" 7. Samuel F. Wright. 
" 8. Benjamin P. Moore. 



Isaac H. Marshall, City Clerk. 



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CITIES OF NEW-HAMPSHIRE. 



COMMON COUNCIL. 



JONATHAN PARKHURST, President. 



Ward 1. John Webster. 

Sewell F. Dodge. 
u 2. Rufus T. King, 

John E. Churchill. 
" 3. Charles F. Barrett, 

Joseph B. McQuesten. 
" 4. Nelson P. Washburne, 

Abner P. Dodge. 
" 5. Amos Wheeler, 

Jonathan Parkhurst, 

Theodore H. Wood 



Ward 5. Charles Simonds, 

Dennis D. Sullivan. 

" 6. Jacob Libbey, 
David B. Fiske, 
John Morrill, 
Samuel Ferson. 

" 7. Jacob D. March, 
George Williams. 

" 8. Nabum W. Burke, 
Irwin B. Wilder. 
Cleric. 



City Treasurer — B. B. Whittemore. 
City Solicitor— -E. B. West. 
City Marshal — Samuel Tuck. 
Assistant City Marshal — John W. Twiss. 
Chief Engineer— Isaac Eaton. 
City Physician — E. A. Colburn. 
Health Officers— -Samuel Tuck, Dr. E. Colburn. 
Police Justice— Thomas Pearsons, Jr. 
I Justice — Isaac Spalding. 



CITY OP DOVER, 
Held their election on the fourth Tuesday in November, 1860, and 
organized their city government the first Wednesday in January, 
1861. 

ALPHONSO BICKFORD, Mayor. 

ALDERMEN. 

Ward 1. John Trickey. 
" 2. John L. Plaits, 

Jonas D. Town send. 



Ward 3. John E. Bickford, 
Thomas J. Willey. 
" 4. Jesse Meader. 



3. Zimri S. Wallingford. 

Henry T. Wiswall, City Clerk. 

COMMON COUNCIL. 

WILLIAM BURR, President. 



Ward 1. Thomas Currier, 

William G. Webster, 

Cyrus Bangs. 
" 2. Ralph Hough, 

Enoch H. Nutter, 

George W. Gray, 

Samuel M. Chesley, 

Edward Morrill, 

James M. Haynes. 
" 3. Hiram Rollins, 

William H. Hanson, 

Charles A. Tufts, 



Ward 3. Alfred Caverly, 

Edwin Whitehouse, 
Levi Brown, 
Nathaniel Twombly, 
Nathaniel Low, Jr.*, 
William Burr, 
John Ivittredge. 
" 4. Garey R. Gage, 

W. Henry Twombly, 
John Beede. 

Cleric. 



CITIES OF NEW-HAMPSHIRE. 129 

City Messenger—Joseph A. Wiggin. 
City Treasurer— Ass, A. Tufts. 
City Solictor— Henry T. Wiswall. 
City Collector— John S. Hayes. 
Justice of the Police Court— Richard Kimball 
Associate Justice— Andrew II. Young. 
City Marshal— Daniel Smith. 
Assistant Marshal— Lucien B. Legg. 
Chief Engineer— Ilichard N. Koss. 

Health Commissioners— -True Seavey, Charles E. Whitehouse, 
5. F. Nudd, 



TOWN POLICE COURTS. 

TOWN OF CLAREMONT. 

POLICE COURT. 

Philander C. Freeman, Police Justice, appointed June 26, 1858. 
Charles H. Eastman', Associate Justice, " May 29, 1861. 

TOWN OF SOMERSWORTH. 

POLICE COURT. 

George W. Balloeh, Police Justice, appointed May 14, 1858. 
-John C. Hill, Associate Justice, " 4; u 

TOWN OF FARMINGTON, 

Adopted the Police law, by a majority vote, July 12, 1859. 
Josiah B. Edgerly, Police Justice, appointed May 29, 1861. 

TOWN OF ALTON. 

William Emerson, Police Justice, appointed Dec. 8, 1860. 
Nathaniel Dorman, Associate Justice, appointed Dec. 8, 1860. 

TOWN OF CHARLESTOWN. 

Henry Hubbard., Police Justice, appointed April 29, 1861. 

TOWN OF KEENE. 

George F. Starkweather, Police Justice, appointed April 29, 1861 
Leonard Bisco y Associate Justice, appointed August 3, 1861. 



INSPECTORS, &c. 



Inspector of Flour— Julius Cone, Concord. 

" of Hops— William P. Riddle, Manchester. 
" of Fish— William T. Frye, Portsmouth. 
Commissioners of Pilotage— Lyman D. Spalding, William L. 
Dwight, Charles H. Chase, Portsmouth. 
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BOARD OF EDUCATION. 



Fhe following County School Commissioners were appointed 

r one year, commencing July 15 5 1861: 

Salary. 

Wilson S. Abbott, Raymond, for Rockingham, $115 

William D. Knapp, Somersworth, for Strafford, 50 

John Wingate, Jr., Wolf borough, for Carroll, 55 

Henry W. Dudley, Gilmanton, for Belknap, 40 

Horatio Merrill, Salisbury, for Merrimack, 85 

William A. Webster, Manchester, for Hillsborough,. 100 

Orren Perkins, Winchester, for Cheshire, 80 

Paul S. Adams, Newport, for Sullivan, 60 

Samuel A . Duncan, Hanover, for Grafton, 120 

Joseph B. Hill, Stewartstown, for Coos, 95 

On the third Wednesday of August, 1861, the several County 
hool Commissioners met at Concord, and organized themselves 
to a Board of Education, according to law, by choosing a 
lairman and Secretary. 

Chairman— Wilson S. Abbott, Raymond. 
Secretary— William D. Knapp, Somersworth. 



rhe fifteenth Annual Report upon the Common Schools of 
!W-Hampshire, the same being the eleventh Annual Report of 
e Board of Education, 1861. 

Fhe Report of the Board of Education for 1861-2 was not pub- 
hed at the time this part of the Register was printed. .We could 
ve had access to the manuscript, but the increased amount of 
itter under the army head made it necessary to omit an abstract 
r this year. 



N. H. TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION. 

President— David Crosby, Nashua. 

Vice-Presidents— "Wilson S. Abbott, Raymond; B. F. Wallace, 
conia; John S. Woodman, Hanover; Cyrus S. Richards, Meri- 
n; Henry E. Sawyer, Concord; John W. Ray, Manchester; 
llivan McCollister, Westmoreland. 

secretaries— Henry L. Boltwood, Derry ; John P. Newell, Man- 
ester. 

Treasurer— Sylvanus Hay ward, Dunbarton. 

Counsellors— -E. T. Rowe, Paltiah Brown, Aurin M. Payson, Eli- 

T. Quimby, D. H. Sanborn, Nathan F. Carter, Harry Brickett 



140 



LITERARY INSTITUTIONS. 

INCORPORATED ACADEMIES. 

In giving brief statistics of. incorporated Literary Institutions 
in New-Hampshire, the compiler relies wholly on the kindness of 
the Principals forwarding to him annual catalogues or written 
communications. 

Appleton Academy, Mont- Vernon, incorporated in 1850. 
C. F. P. Bancroft, a. b., Principal. 

Atkinson Academy, incorporated in 1791. Justin W. Spaul- 
ding, a. m., Principal; Mary C. French, Preceptress. Board of 
Teachers, 4. Three Terms. Average, 51 scholars. 

Boscawen Academy and Elmwood Literary Institute, 
incorporated in 1828. Jonathan Tenney, a. m., Principal ; Ellen 
J. Legro, Preceptress. Board of Teachers, 5. Terms, 4. Average 
54 scholars. 

Dearborn Academy, Seabrook, incorporated 1861. Funds, 
donation by Dr. E. Dearborn, $15,000. William H. Eaton, a. m., 
Principal; Mary J. Eaton, Preceptress. 

Franklin Academy, Dover, incorporated 1812. John Allard, 
a. m., Principal; Miss S. L. LeBosquet, Assistant. 

Gilmanton Academy, incorporated in 1794. Charles H. Stan- 
ley, A. b., Principal; Mary A. Dearborn, Preceptress. 

Hopkinton Academy, incorporated in 1827. Orville Smith) 
Preceptor ; Annette R. Huntoon, Preceptress. 

Kingston Academy, incorporated in 1855. George J. Judkins, 
a. m., Principal; Myra S. Judkins, Preceptress. Four terms per 
year. Average number of scholars, 60. 

New-Hampton Academy, incorporated in 1849. G. H. Rich- 
ardson, A. m.. Principal; C. F. Brackett, A. b., Assistant. 

New-Hampshire Conference Seminary and Female Col- 
lege was founded in 1844, and incorporated in 1852; located at 
Sanbornton Bridge. Rev. Charles W. Cushing, a. m., President; 
Rev. R. M. Manly, a. m., Principal; Henry Lummis, A. m., Syl- 
vester Dixon, a. m., Assistants. 

Orford Academy, incorporated in 1836. George O. Dalton, 
a. m., Principal; Louisa M. Dalton, Preceptress. Number of 
teachers, 5. 

Pembroke Academy, incorporated in 1818. Charles G. Burn- 
ham, a. m., Principal] S. O. Burnham, a. b., Assistant. 

Phillips Exeter Academy, incorporated in 1781. Gideon 
L. Soule, ll.d., Principal; George A. Wentworth, .A. b., Pro- 
fessor of Mathematics; Bradbury L. Cilley, A. b., Professor of 
Ancient Languages. 



LITERARY INSTITUTION'S. 141 

?ittspield Academy, incorporated in 1830. D. K. Foster, 
, Principal; Mary F. French, Preceptress. Number of 
achers, 4. 

Jtrafford Academy, incorporated in 1836. Car- 

on, a. b.. Principal. 

Jt. Paul's School, incorporated in 1855; located at Millville, 
ncord. Rev. Henry A. Coit, m. a., Rector] Rev. Francis 
ase, m. a., Assistant. 

VOLFBOROUGH AND TUFTONBOROUGH ACADEMY, inCOrpO- 

ed in 1820; located at Wolf borough. B, L. Pease, a. b., Prin- 
>al ; E. A. Billings, Preceptress. Board of Teachers, 5. 



DARTMOUTH COLLEGE, 

TRUSTEES. 

lev. Nathan Lord,.d. d., President, 
lis Excellency, Nathaniel S. Berry, ex officio, Hebron- 
lev. Zedekiah S. Barstow, d. d., Keene. 
lev. Nathaniel Bouton, d. d., Concord, 
lev. Samuel Delano, Hartford, Vt. 
lev. Silas Aiken, d. d., Rutland, Vt. 
Ion. Anthony Colby, New-London. 
Ion. Amos Tuck, Exeter. 
LYNDON A. Marsh, Esq., Woodstock, Vt. 
Ion. George W.Nesmith, Franklin. 

'he Honorable Council, the President of the Senate and Speaker 
the House, with the Chief Justice of the Supreme Judicial 
urt, are Trustees, ex officio, in relation to funds given by the 
ite. 

Visitors to the Chandler School — John James Dixwell, Esq., 
m.. Boston ; Francis Brown Hayes, Esq., A. m., Boston. 
Vreasnrer— Daniel Blaisdell, Esq., a. m., Hanover. 

MEDICAL FACULTY. 

lev. Nathan Lord, d. d., President. 

Ion. Isaac F. Redfield, ll.d., Professor of Medical Jurispru- 

ice. 

)ixi Crosby, m. d., Professor of Surgery, Obstetrics, 8fc. 

Edward Elisha Phelps, M. d., ll.d., Professor of the Theory 

d Practice of Medicine and Pathological Anatomy. 

Ubert Smith, m d., Professor of Materia Medica and Therapeu- 

s. 

)liver Payson Hubbard, M. d. 3 Professor of Chemistry and 

armacy. 

Ddmund Randolph Peaslee, m. d., ll.d., Professor of Anatomy 

d Physiology, and Librarian. 

Ddward S. Dunster, m. d., Demonstrator of Anatomy. 

Villiam Smith Leonard, m. d., Demonstrator of Pathological 



jyman B. How, a. b., Assistant in Chemistry. 

'he' annual course of Medical Lectures begins the first week 

er Commencement, and continues fourteen weeks. 



142 LITEKARY INSTITUTIONS. 

The Sixty-Fifth Annual Course of Lectures commenced in Aug- 
ust, 1861. Fees for the course, $50. Matriculation, $5. Graduat- 
ing expenses, $18. 

ACADEMICAL FACULTY. 

Rev. Nathan Lord, d. d., President. 

Alpheus Crosby, a. m., Professor Emeritus of the Greek Lan- 
guage and Literature. 

Oliver Pay son Hubbard, M. d. Hall Professor of Mineralogy 
and Geology, and Professor of Chemistry and Pharmacy. 

Rev. Clement Long, d. d., Professor of Intellectual Philosophy 
and Political Economy . 

Rev. Samuel Gilman Brown, d. d., Evans Professor of Oratory 
and Belles-Lettres. 

Rev. Daniel James Noyes, d. d., Phillips Professor of Theology, 

John Smith Woodman, a. m., Professor of Civil Engineering. 

Rev. John Newton Putnam, a. m.. Professor of the Greek Lan- 
guage and Literature. 

John Riley Varney, A. m., Professor of Mathematics. 

Rev. Charles A.Aiken, a. m., Professor of Latin Language 
and Literature. 

James Willis Patterson, a. m., Professor of Astronomy. 

William A. Packard, a. m., Professor of Modern Languages. 

Rev. Henry Fairbanks, a. m., Appleton Professor of Natural 
Philosophy . 

Samuel Augustus Duncan, a.m., Tutor in Languages. 

COMMENCEMENT. 

The Annual Commencement, last Thursday in July; Anniver- 
sary of Societies on Wednesday, the day before Commencement. 
Examination for admission to College, on Tuesday of Commence- 
ment week. 

VACATIONS. 

The first, four weeks, beginning the day after Commencement. 
The second, seven weeks, beginning in November. 
The third, two weeks, in May. 



CHANDLER SCHOOL. 

CHANDLER SCIENTIFIC FACULTY. 

The scientific course of study in this department is four years. 
Rev. Nathan Lord, d. d., President. 

Oliver Payson Hubbard, m. d., Professor of Mineralogy, Geol- 
ogy and Chemistry. 
Rev. Samuel Gilman Brown, d. d., Professor of Rhetoric. 
Rev. Daniel James Noyes, d. d., Professor of Moral Science. 
Edmund R. Peaslee, m. d., Professor of Physiology. 
John Smith Woodman, a. m., Professor of Civil Engineering. 
John Riley Varney, A. m., Professor of Mathematics. 
James Willis Patterson, a. m., Professor of Astronomy. 
William A. Packard, A. m., Professor of Modern Languages. 
Rev. Henry Fairbanks, a.m., Professor of Natural Philosophy 



LITERARY INSTITUTIONS. 143 

STUDENTS FOR 1861-2. 

MEDICAL STUDENTS, 55. 

ACADEMICAL DEPARTMENT. 

dors, 58 I Sophomores, 76 

liors, 66 I Freshmen, 51 

SCIENTIFIC DEPARTMENT. 

liors, 12 I Third Class, 7 

:ond Class, 9 | Fourth Class, 5 

Sum total, 339. 

ETHODIST GENERAL BIBLICAL. INSTITUTE. 

OFFICERS OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 

President— Lee Claflin, Esq. 
Vice-President— -Hon Nathaniel S- Berry. 
Secretary— David Fatten, d. d. 
Treasurer— Rev . Elisha Adams. 



Lev. Bishop Osmon C. Baker, d. d., President elect. 

lev. Stephen M. Vail, d. d., Morrill Professor of Biblical 

I Oriental Literature. 

lev. J. W. Merrill, d. d., Professor of Natural and Histor- 

l Theology, and Mental and Moral Philosophy . 

lev. D. Fatten, d. d., Professor of Revealed and Pastoral The- 

jy, and Sacred Rhetoric. 

he academical year begins on the second Wednesday in Sep- 

iber, and closes on the second "Wednesday in June. 

"he vacation commences the day following, and continues till 

second Wednesday of September. 

'he Libraries contain at this time about 4,000 volumes, 
ienior Class, 17; Middle Class, 23; Junior Class, 37. Whole 
mber, 77. 



NEW-HAMPSHIRE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. 

OFFICERS ELECTED FOR 1861-2. 

N. H. Y. Hackett, President. 

'oseph B. Walker, Vice-President. 

Isa McFarland, 2d Vice-President. 

Nathaniel Bouton, d. d., Corresponding Secretary. 

Villiam F. Goodwin, ll.b., Recording Secretary. 

. C. A. Wingate, A. m., Treasurer. 

\. D. Bell, ll.d., W. F. Goodwin, ll.b., N. Bouton, d. d., Pub 

iing Committee. 

VilliamF. Goodwin, Librarian. 

I. P. Stone, d. d., Joseph B. Walker, William Prescott, Stand- 

f Committee. 



144 



STATE INSTITUTIONS. 



NEW-HAMPSHIRE ASYLUM FOR THE INSANE 

CONCORD. 

President— Charles Burroughs, d. d., Portsmouth. 

Trustees— Charles H. Peaslee, Charles Burroughs. Joseph Bi 
Walker, Samuel Herbert, John A. Richardson, Timothy Hayne^ 
John Preston, George B. Twitchell, John H. White, Jeremiah F | 
Hall, Edward Wyman, Woodbury Melcher. 

Secretary— Joseph B. Walker. 

Superintendent and Treasurer — Jesse P. Bancroft, M. D., Fel. , 

Assistant — William W. Godding, m. d. 

Chaplain— Rev . J. H. Eames. 

His Excellency, Nathaniel S. Berry, the Honorable Council, tb 
President of the Senate and Speaker of the House, are Board o 
Visitors, ex officio. 

Statistics taken from the Twentieth Annual Keport, 1860. Th 
whole number of patients admitted since the opening of the inst 
tution in 1842, to May 1, 1861, is 1,841. 

The number of patients received during the year ending May I 
1861, 106—48 males and 58 females; the whole number remaining 
same date, 196. Number discharged, 94; number recovered, 34 1 
partially recovered, 34; unimproved, 10 ; died, 16. 

A farm of one hundred and twenty-one acres. A large portio I 
of it is under a high state of cultivation. 



HOUSE OF REFORMATION FOR JUVENIL1I 
AND FEMALE OFFENDERS. 



LOCATED AT MANCHESTER. 



„ 



President— Horton D. Walker, Portsmouth. 
Trustees— Horton D. Walker; Benning W. Jenness, Straffc 
William Kent, Concord; William P. Wheeler, Keene; David 
Bunton, Manchester; Cyrus Eastman, Littleton; Thomas Pearso: 
Nashua. 

Treasurer— Frederick Smyth, Manchester. 
Secretary — David A. Bunton. 
Superintendent— Brooks Shattuck. 
Matron — Mrs. Mary Shattuck. 

From the Superintendent's/owr^ Annual Report the followii 
statistics are collated : 

Boys. Girls. 
The number in the House, April 30, 1860, 34 7 41 \ 
The number committed since, 33 8 41 ! 

67 15 82 I 

Remaining in the House, April 30,1861,61: boys, 53; girls,) 

Terms of commitment, from one to ten years, and a portion di 

ing minority. Offenses: stealing, drunkenness, vagrancy, barf 

burning, shop-breaking, &c. 



BANKS IN NEW-HAMPSHIRE. 145 

Lges when committed ranging from 8 to 16 years, giving the 

jrage age a fraction over 13 years. 

nstructions are given in all necessary and important branches 

education, to make the inmates useful to themselves and fit 

m for useful and worthy members of society. 

'he estimated value of the productions of the farm for the year 

0, is $2,000. 

STATE-PRISOtf. 

'Varden— John Foss. 

leputy— Moses F. Rogers. 

Jhaplain—Uev . Samuel Cooke. 

^hysician— Timothy Haynes, M. D. 

^rom the Warden's Annual Report for the year ending June 1, 

10, to June 1, 1861 : 

Che whole number of convicts committed since the opening of 

! institution, in 1812, is 1,171; number discharged, 574: number 

rdoned,378; number removed to the Insane Asylum, 4 ; num- 

r died, 68; number escaped, 15. 

?he number committed during the year, 42; number remaining 

prison June 1, 1861, 119. 

during the year 29 have left, 19 of whom have been discharged, 

d 10 pardoned ; four have been removed by death, making the 

;al of 33. 

Considering the rather sudden check of all branches of business 

• a considerable portion of the year, the financial concerns of 
j prison stand very well. According to the Warden's Report 

• the year ending June 1, 1861, the net income over the current 
penses of the business of the prison in cash on hand is 
,192.58. 

BANKS IN NEW-HAMPSHIRE. 

Banlc Commissioners. 

Charles H. Powers, Jaffrey. 
Nathaniel H. Sanborn, Franklin. 
John Peavey, Tuftonborough, 

fhe statement given in regard to the capital stock and dividend 
each bank in the following named list is taken from the State 
•mmissioner's Annual Report. 

The Clerk of each banking corporation, or some one of its offi- 
rs would confer a favor (after their annual meeting), in for- 
irding a list of the officers, as chosen for the ensuing year, to 
3 compiler of the N. H. Register.] 

Ashuelot Bank, 
*ene. Capital, $100,000. 

-esident— William Dinsmoor. Cashier— T. H. Leverett. 

Directors— William Dinsmoor, Samuel Dinsmoor, Elijah Car- 
nter, Sumner Wheeler, George A. Wheelock, D. Buffum, Stew- 
t Hastings. 

Dividend, 1860, 7£ per cent. 
7 



146 BANKS IN NEW-HAMPSHIRE. 

Amoskeag Bank, 

Manchester. Incorporated 1848. Capital, $200,00< 

President— J. B. Kidder. Cashier— Moody Curriei 

Directors— J '. S. Kidder, E. A. Straw, Mace Moulton, Herma 
Foster, R. D. Mooers, Adam Chandler. 

Dividend, 1860, 8 per cent. 

Belknap County Bank, 

Laconia. Incorporated 184-6. Capital, $8O,00C I 

President — Warren Lovell. Cashier — Napoleon B. Gale | 

Directors — Warren Lovell, S. W. Mead, J. P. Pitman, Andrev 
Mack, JR. S. Webster, Benjamin Magoon. 

Dividend, 1860, 8 per cent. 

Bank of Nevj- Hampshire, 

Portsmouth. Incorporated 1855. Capital, $150 ,(XX ; 

President — Peter Jenness. Cashier— James P. Bartletl ; 

Directors — Peter Jenness, Daniel Marcy, True M. Ball, Albei 
Blaisdell, E. P. Prescott, James JS". Tarlton, M. P. Jones. 

Dividend, 1860, 6 per cent. 

Bank of Lebanon, 



Lebanon. Incorporated 1848. Capital, $100,00( 

President— Robert Kimball. Cashier— J. H. Kendriclj' 

Directors— Robert Kimball, G. S. Kendrick, William S. Eli \ 
Samuel Wood, 2d, Abner Allen, U. Amsden, Samuel Wood, Rol 
ert B. Kimball. 

Dividend, 1860, 8 per cent. 

Cheshire Bank, 

Keene. Incorporated 1843. Capital, $100,(XX 

President — John Henry Elliott. Cashier— R. H. Porte 

Directors — John Henry Elliott, Levi Chamberlain, John Elliot" 
John W. Prentiss, Charles Lamson, Francis A. Faulkner, Willian 
P. Wheeler. 

Dividend, 1860, 7 per cent. 

Cheshire County Bank, 

Keene. Incorporated 1855. Capital, $100.00' 

President— Frederick Vose. Cashier — George W. Tilcle'i 

Directors— Frederick Vose, F. M. Ballou, Lawson Robertso: 
Amos F. Fiske, John Bowker, E. A. Chapin, Edward Joslin. \ 

Dividend, 1860, 6 per cent. 

Citizens 1 Bank, 

Sanbornton. Incorporated 1853. Capital, $70,0( f 

President — Asa P. Cate. Cashier — William T. Cat) 

Directors— Asa P. Cate, Samuel Tilton, Woodbury Melche 
John Keniston, E. Davis, Robert Gray. 

Dividend, 1860, 7 per cent. Discount day on Monday, weekly i 

Claremont Bank, 
Claremont. Incorporated 1848. Capital, $100,0(1 

President— -Ambrose Cossitt. Cashier— John L. Farwe 



BANKS IN NEW-HAMPSHIRE. 147 

Erectors— Ambrose Cossitt, Isaac F. Wetherbee, G. N. Farwell, 
»mas Sani'ord, Nathaniel Tolles, Alpbeus F. Snow, Lewis Perry, 
ividend, 1860, 8 per cent., 

Carroll County Bank, 
dwich. Capita], $50,000. 

sident—W. H. Marston. Cashier— Stephen Beede. 

irectors— W. H. Marston, Nathaniel Hubbard, Thomas Burley, 
A. Bean, William M. Weed, Ebenezer Wilkinson, Augustus 
nchard. 
ividend, 1860, 8 per cent. 

City Bank, 

ichester. Incorporated 1853. Capital, $150,000. 

ndent— Isaac C. Flanders. Cashier— E. W. Harrington. 

irectors— Isaac C. Flanders, William C. Clarke, S. W. Parsons, 
x. Tucker, Joseph Kidder, William H. Hill, J. A. Haines, 
ividend, 1860, 8 per cent. 

Cochecho Ba?ik, 
er. Capital, $100,000. 

ndent— Thomas Stackpole. Cashier— Ezekiel Hurd. 

irectors— T. Stackpole, William B. Wiggin, Joseph Morrill, 
V. Rollins, T. E. Sawyer, James E. Lathrop, Joseph C. Hutch- 

tvidend, 1860, 8 per cent. 

Connecticut River Bank, 

rlestown. Incorporated 1844. Capital, $100,000. 

ndent — Hope Lathrop. Cashier— George Olcott. 

Irectors — Hope Lathrop, Ansel Glover, Rcbert Elwell, Ashbel 
ilin, J. Baker, John M. Glidden, E. L. Cushing. 
.vidend, 1860, 6 per cent. 

Derry Bank, 
ry. Incorporated 1855. Capital, $60,000. 

ndent— John Ordway. Cashier— David Currier. 

irectors— John Ordway, Benjamin F. Eastman, Thomas J. 
riu, Harvey P. Hood, John W. Noyes, J. Patten, G. A. Barnes, 
vidend, 1860, 7£ per cent. 

Dover Bank, 
er. Incorporated 1845. Capital, $100,000. 

ndent — Joseph H. Smith. Cashier — Thomas L. Smith. 

Irectors— J* H. Smith, Oliver Wyatt, Leonard S. Hand, S. M. 
ieler, Nathaniel Wiggin. 
vidend, 1860, 8 per cent. 

Exeter Bank, 

ris Bank is in the hands of a Commissioner. 
:les H. Bell, Commissioner. 

Farmington Bank, 

aington. Incorporated 1854. Capital, $75,000. 

ident — Hiram Barker. Cashier — John D. Lyman. 



148 BANKS IN NEW-HAMPSHIRE. 

Directors— Hiram Barker, Levi Pease, George N. Eastman, Ieai 
Merrill, J. H. Stevens, John Barker, Daniel Pease, Jeremiah Jon* 
Dividend, 1860, 6 per cent. 

Francestown Bank, 
Francestown. Capital, $60,(X 

President— William Bixby. Cashier— Paul H. Bixb 

Directors— William Bixby, Herbert Vose, Israel Batcheldi 
H. P. Clark, T. B. Bradford, Joseph Kingsbury. 

Dividend, 1860, 8 per cent. 

Farmers' and Mechanics' Bank, 

Rochester. Incorporated 1856. Capital, $60,0< | 

President — N. V. Whitehouse. Cashier — E. Freeman Whitehou 

Directors — N. V. Whitehouse, Downing Varney, Elihu H. W 
son, John Legro, Paul A. Stackpole, George L. Whitehou 
Jacob B. Smith. 

Dividend, 1860, September, $3 per share. 

Great Falls Bank, 

Somersworth. Incorporated 1846. Capital, $150,C 

President — Nathaniel Wells. Cashier— D. H. Buffu 

Directors — Nathaniel Wells, Daniel G. Rollins, M. C. Burlei; 
William Bedell, D. M. Goodwin, Isaac Chandler, George | 
Burleigh. 

Dividend, 1860, 7 per cent. 

Granite State Bank, 
Exeter. Capital, $100,(1 

President — Joseph T. Gilman. Cashier— -N. A. Shijj 

Directors— Joseph T. Gilman, Charles Conner, William Od 
William W. Stickney, S. W. Dearborn, Abner Merrill, Edmi 
Elliot. 

Dividend, 1860, 8 per cent. 

Indian Head Bank, 
Nashua. Capital, $150, . 

President — William D. Beasom. Cashier— A. McK< f 

Directors — William D. Beasom, Francis Winch, John G. B! 
Charles Lovejoy, E. G. Read, Alexander McC Wilkins. 

Dividend, 1860, 8 per cent. ' 

Langdon Bank, 

Dover. Incorporated 1854. Capital, $ 

President— Willis EL. Esty. ■ Cashier — Calvin Bi 

Directors — Willis H. Esty, Alpheus Rogers, Alfred Hoitt, Jajs 
Littlefield, J. D. Townsend, James Bennett, Enoch H. Nutter 

Dividend, 1860, 8 per cent. 

Lake Bank, 

Wolf borough. Incorporated 1854. Capital, S7E-K 

President — John M. Brackett. Cashier— Abel Hitf 

Directors — John M. Brackett. J. F. Hall, George Rust, Ge I 
W. Hersey, Aaron Roberts, William Walker, Blake Folsom. 

Dividend, 1860, 8 per cent. 



BANKS IN NEW-HAMPSHIRE. 149 

Manchester Bank, 

nchester. Incorporated 1844. Capital, $125,000- 

zsident— James U. Parker. Cashier— Nathan Parker 

^Vectors— 'James U. Parker, J. H. Maynard, D. A. Bunton, 
r. P. Hunt, Isaac Kiddle, G. H. Kimball, B. F. Martin. 
Mvidend, 1860, 8 per cent. 

Mechanicks Bank, 

ncord. Incorporated 1854. Capital, $100,000- 

esident— Josiah Minot. Cashier— Charles Minot- 

directors— Jo si ah Minot, Joseph M. Harper, Seth Eastman, 

M. Carpenter, Ezra Carter, Arthur Fletcher, Samuel C East- 

n. 

>ividend, 1860, 8 per cent. 

Merrimack County Bank, 

ncord. Incorporated 1854. Capital, $80,000. 

esident— E. S. Towle-. Cashier— J. C. A. Wingate. 

Jirectors— E. S. Towle, Francis N. Fisk, Samuel Coffin, Rich- 
1 Bradley, Joseph B. Walker, 
dividend, 1860, 8 per cent. 

Mechanics' and Traders' Bank. 

rtsmouth. Incorporated 1844. Capital, $141,000, 

esident— Richard Jenness. Cashier— James F. Shores. 

Jirectors— Richard Jenness, Thomas J. Parsons, John Knowl- 
i, Samuel Cleaves, Albert R. Hatch. 
Mvidend, 1860, 8 per cent. 

Monadnock Bank, 
3frey. Capital, $50,000. 

esident — James Scott. Cashier — Peter Upton. 

Directors— J. Scott, Benjamin Cutter, Arad Adams, Samuel Ry- 
, James L. Bolster, John Conant, Joseph T. Bigelow. 
Dividend, 1860, 6£ per cent. 

Merrimack River Bank, 

mchester. Incorporated 1855. Capital, 150,000. 

•esident — Waterman Smith. Cashier — Frederick Smyth. 

Direc tors— Waterman Smith, David Cross, Joseph B. Clark, A. 
ood, William W. Brown, R. N. Batchelder. Nathaniel Head. 
Dividend, I860, 8 per cent. 

Nashua Bank. 
ishua. Capital, $125,000. 

esident— Isaac Spalding. Cashier— John M. Hunt. 

Directors— Isaac Spalding, Z. Shattuck, James Pierce, Perley 
)dge, C. C. Boutwell, Ebenezer Dearborn, Reuben Greeley. 
Dividend, 1860, 8 percent. 

New-Ipswich Bank, 

sw-Ipswich. Incorporated 1848. Capital, $100,000- 

-esident— J. Chandler. Cashier— George Barrett. 



150 BANKS IN NEW-HAMPSHIRE. 

Directors— James Chandler, J. W. Bliss, Moses Merriam, George 
W. Wheeler, George Whiting, George W. Wheeler, 2d, Nathan 
Stone. 

Dividend, 1860, 5£ per cent. 

Newmarket Bank, 

Newmarket. Incorporated 1855. Capital, $60,000. 

President — Joseph S. Lawrence. Cashier — S. A. Haley. 

Directors— Joseph S. Lawrence, Samuel P. Dow, Joseph Cilley, 
John S. Bennett, William B. Small, J. Mooney, J. C. Burley. 

Dividend, 1860, 8£ per cent. 

Pawtuckaway Bank, 

Epping. Incorporated 1854. Capital, $50,000. 

President — J. H. Pearson. Cashier — Charles W. Sargent. 

Directors— J ". H. Pearson, N. Batchelder, James H. Butler, 
J. L. Folsom, Joshua Brooks, George A. Pillsbury, Paltiah Brown. 

Dividend, 1860, 8 per cent. 

Pittsfield Bank, 
Pittsfield. Capital, $50,000. 

President — James Drake. Cashier— Josiah Carpenter. 

Directors— James Drake, Sir M. D. Perkins, Benj. Emerson, 
C. H. Carpenter, Seth S. Shackford, Isaiah Berry. 

Dividend, 1860, 6 per cent. 

Peterborough Bank, 

Peterborough. Incorporated 1854. Capital, $50,000. 

President — A, J. Cochran. Cashier — C. G. Cheney. 

Directors — A. C. Cochran, F. Livingston, William Follansbee, 
Samuel Converse, Abiel Sawyer, Levi Woodbury, Timothy K. 
Ames. 

Dividend, I860, 8 per cent. 

Piscataqua Exchange Bank, 

Portsmouth. Incorporated 1845. Capital, $200,000. 

President — W. H. Y. Hackett. Cashier — Samuel Lord. 

Directors— W. H. Y. Hackett, Ichabod Goodwin, W. M. Shack- 
ford, William Stavers, C S. Toppan. Teller— John M. Lord. 

Dividend, 1860, 6 per cent. 

Pennichuck Bank, 

Nashua. Incorporated 1855. Capital, $100,000 

President— Aaron W. Sawyer. Cashier — Harrison Hobson ' 

Directors— Aaron W. Sawyer, Henry J. Chapman. A. P. Hughes j 
Alfred Greeley, Charles P. Gage, Gilman Shattuck, Abel P. Cram) 

Dividend, 1860, 8 per cent. 

Pine River Bank, 

Ossipee. Incorporated 1856. Capital, $50,00C| 

President — Luther D. Sawyer. Cashier — William Sawyer, Ji 

Directors— L. D. Sawyer, W. L. Young, Amasa Copp, Isaaj 
Thurston, Nathaniel Grant, Sanborn B. Carter, James Young, 2d j! 

Dividend, 1860, 6 per cent. 






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BANKS IN NEW -HAMPSHIRE. 151 

Rochester Bank, 
hester. Incorporated 1853. Capital, $80,000. 

ndent— John McDuffee. Cashier— Franklin McDuffee. 

[rectors— John McDuffee, Charles Dennett, D. Hanson, James 
ole, Enoch Whitehouse, Watson Hayes, E. J. Mathes. 
vidend, 1860, 6 2 L per cent. 

Rockingham Bank, 
tsmouth. Capital, $200,000. 

ndent— J. M. Tredick. Cashier— John J. Pickering. 

irectors— J. M. Tredick, E. F. Sise, William P. Jones, George 
Haven, M. H. Wentworth. 
ividend, 1860, 8 per cent. 

Salmon Falls Bank, 
insford. Capital, $50,000. 

Hde?it—llir&m R Roberts. Cashier— William H. Morton. 

[rectors— H. R. Roberts, Ebenezer R. Doe, Oliver H. Lord, 
rge W. Roberts, Abram G. Haley, Humphrey S. Watson, 
lua Converse, 
vidend, 1860, 8 per cent. 

State Capital Bank, 

cord. Incorporated 1852. Capital, $150,000. 

Hdent— Hall Roberts. Cashier— Preston S. Smith. 

irectors— Hall Roberts, Roberta. Corning, Ebenezer Symmes, 
". Barron, James Peverly, Jonas D. Sleeper. 
ividend, 1860, 7 per cent. 

Strafford Bank, 
er. Incorporated 1846. Capital, $120,000 

Hdent— William Woodman. Cashier— Asa A. Tufts. 

irectors — William Woodman, Daniel M. Christie, Charles 
odman, E. D. Chamberlain, William S. Stevens, Zimri S. Wal- 
ford, Noah Martin, 
ividend, 1860, 8 per cent. 

Souhegan Bank, 

ford. Incorporated 1855. Capital, $100,000. 

sident— Thomas Chase, Nashua. Cashier— Gilbert Wadleigh. 
irectors — Thomas Chase, Leonard Chase, Jacob Gove, Robert 
person, Charles H. Nutt, James Boyd, Frederick T. Sawyer, 
ividend, 1860, 8 per cent. 

Sugar River Bank, 

vport. Incorporated 1852. Capital, $50,000. 

sident— Thomas W. Gilmore. Cashier— Paul J. Wheeler. 

irectors— Thomas W. Gilmore, Amasa Hall, H. G. Carleton, 
'er Booth, Daniel J. Warner, Edmund Wheeler, Worthin Hall, 
ividend, 1860, 8 per cent. 

Somersworth Bank, 

nersworth. Incorporated 1855. Capital, $100,000. 

sident— Oliver H. Lord. Cashier— John A. Burleigh, Jr. 



152 BANKS IN NEW-HAMPSHIRE. 

Directors— Oliver H. Lord, Samuel S. Rollins, George W. Wen 
dell, O. W. Davis, S. N. Dame, Stephen S. Chick, E. A. Rollins. | 
Dividend, 1860, 7 per cent. 

Union Bank, 

Concord. Incorporated 1856. Capital, $100,000 

President— George B. Chandler. Cashier— A. C. Pierce 

Directors — George B. Chandler, Nathaniel White, Woodbridgt 
Odlin, Peter Sanborn, Calvin Howe, Onslow Stearns, J. R. Wood 
man. 

Dividend, 1860, 8 per cent. 

Valley Bank, 

Hillsborough. Incorporated July 4, 1860. Capital, $50,000 

President — Stephen Kenrick. Cashier— John C. Campbell 

Directors — Stephen Kenrick, Ammi Smith, S. D. Wynian, Jame 
F. Briggs, H. D. Robertson, George A. Pillsbury. 

Weave Bank, 

Hampton Falls. Incorporated 1854. Capital, $50,000 

President— George H. Dodge. Cashier — Thomas L. Sanborn 

Directors— G. H. Dodge, Thayer S. Sanborn, James Locke 

Wells W. Healy, Jacob T. Brown, W"arren Brown, Richard Dodgt 

Warner Bank, 
Warner. (Capital, $50,00( 

President— Jason H. Ames. Cashier — George Jones 

Directors — Jason H. Ames, Franklin Simonds, Ira Harvej 
J. M. Wilmarth, Abner Woodman, John Brown, Abner B. Kellj 

Dividend, 1860, 8 per cent. 

Winchester Bank, 

Winchester. Incorporated 1847. Capital, $100,00 

President — Henry Kingman. Cashier — Obadiah Spragu : 

Directors— H. Kingman, Alfred Willis, Everson Cook, Stepnej 1 
P. Randall, P. S. Bacheller, John Burbank, D. A. Hawkins. 

Dividend, 1860, 6 per cent. 

White Mountain Bank, 
Lancaster. Capital, $50,00 

President— J ared W. Williams. Cashier— G. C. William 

Directors— J . W. Williams, Barton G. Towne, James W. Week 
William Burns. 

Dividend, 1860, 7| per cent. 



153 



SAVINGS BANKS. 



The statement made of the savings banks in New-Hampshire in 
gard to the means, surplus and dividend of each, is taken from 
te State Commissioners' Annual Report. 

Ashuelot Savings Bank, Winchester. 

resident— Everson Cook. Sec'y and Treas.— John. Cook. 

Means, $20,251.51; surplus, $554.35. 
Dividend, I860, 5 per cent. 

Amoskeag Savings Bank, Manchester. 

resident— Ma.ce Moulton. Sec'y and Treas. — Moody Currier. 
Means, $520,109.36; surplus, $23,321.88. 
Dividend, 1860, 6 per, cent. 

Carroll County Five Cents Savings Bank. 
[Office at Wolf borough.] 
'esident— George Rust. Sec'y and Treas.— John M. Brackett. 
Means, $18,181.44; surplus, $100. 
Dividend, 1860, 5 per cent. 

City Savings Bank, Manchester. 

[Commenced business August, 1859.] 
'esident— Joseph Kidder. Treasurer— E. W. Harrington. 

Means, $62,813.68 ; surplus, $2,807.77. 
Dividend, I860, 6 per cent. 

Concord Savings Bank, 
'esident— Ira A. Eastman. Sec'y and Treas.— Charles Minot. 
Means, $48,245.62 ; estimated surplus, $2,180.84. 
Dividend, 1860, 5 per cent, and an extra dividend, making 7 per 
it in all. 

Cheshire Provident Institution for Savings, Keene. 
esident— Levi Chamberlain. Sec'y and Treas.— George Tilden 
Means, $765,710.90; surplus, $12,781.48. 
dividend, 1860, 5 per cent. 

Connecticut River Savings Bank, Charleston. 

esident— Samuel Webber. Sec'y and Treas.— George Olcott 
ileans, $145,268.47; surplus, $347.71. 
)ividend, 1860, 5 per cent. 

Dover Five Cents Savings Bank, Dover. 

esident— Willis H. Esty. Treasurer— Calvin Hale, 

leans, $128,886.46; surplus, $3,511.52. 
Mvidend, 1860, 5 per cent. 
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154 SAVINGS BANKS. 

Exeter Savings Bank. 
President— Woo dbridge Odlin. Treasurer— Nathaniel A. Shute. 
Means, $92,229.71 ; surplus, $5,693.84. 
Dividend, 1860, 5 per cent. 

Manchester Savings Bank, Manchester. 

President— W. P. Newell. Sechj and Treas. — Nathan Parker. 

Means, $412,891.61; surplus, $22,355.27. 
Dividend, 1860, 5 per cent. 

Manchester Five Cents Savings Bank, Manchester. 

[Commenced business August, 1858.] 
President — Waterman Smith. Treasurer —Frederick Smyth. 

Means, $91,593.48; surplus, $3,328.19. 
Dividend, 1860, 6 per cent. 

Meredith Bridge Savings Bank, Laconia. 

President — John L. Perley. Sec % y and Treas. — John T. Coffin. 
Means, 181,443.20; estimated surplus, $4,774.03. 
Dividend, 1860, 5 per cent., and oi surplus once in five years. 

Milford Five Cents Savings Institution. 

[Commenced business August, 1859.] 
resident — Daniel Russell. Treasurer — Hiram A. Daniels, 

Means, $27,186.72 ; surplus, $194.79. 
Dividend, 1860, 5 per cent. 

Nashua Savings Bank, Nashua. 

President — Daniel Russell. Treasurer— Hiram A. Daniels. 

Means, $27,186.72; surplus, $194.79. 
Dividend 1860, 5 per cent. 

New-Hampshire Savings Bank, Concord. 

President — Samuel Coffin. Treasurer — James Moulton, Jr. 

Means, $491,275.92; estimated surplus, $16,929.32; doubtful debts, 
$10,999.46. 

Dividend, I860, 4 per cent, and an extra dividend of 30 per cent 
on the amount of interest on each account. 

Newmarket Savings Bank, Newmarket. 

President — G. W. Kittredge. Treasurer — David Murray. 

Means, $36,700.70; surplus, $920. 
Dividend 1830, 5 per cent. 

New-Ipswich Savings Bank, New-Ipswich. 

President — Jeremiah Smith. Treasurer— John Preston- 

Means, $71,856.62; surplus, $1,001.19. 
Dividend, 1860, 5 per cent. 

Norway Plains Savings Bank, Rochester, 
President— Charles Dennett. Se&y and Treasurer— J. McDuffie. 
Means, $165,693.45; surplus, $9,171.16. 
Dividend, 1860, 5 per cent. 



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SAVINGS BANKS. 155 

Peterborough Savings Bank, 
sident— John H. Steele. Treasurer— George A. Ramsdell. 

:eans, $38,016.08; surplus, $277.09. 
ividend, 1860, 5 per cent. 

Portsmouth Savings Bank, Portsmouth. 

sident — William M. Shackford. Treasurer— Samuel Lord. 

Cleric— J. M. Lord. 
leans, $1,081,660.79; surplus, $40,635.92. 
ividend, I860, 4 per cent. 

Pittsfield Savings Bank, Pittsfield. 
sident— John Berry. Treasurer and Sec'y — Lowell Brown, 
leans, $14,492.06; apparent surplus, $31.61. 
ividend, i860, 4 per cent., and an extra dividend of 50 per cent, 
ill dividends. 

Rollinsford Savings Bank, Rollinsford. 

sident— -H. R. Roberts. Se&y and Treasurer— Wm. H. Morton, 
leans, $182,268.39; apparent surplus, $7,915.98. 
ividend, 1860, 5 per cent., and an extra dividend, July, 1860, 
dug an average for the last five years of 7 per cent. 

Savings Bank for the County of Strafford, 
[Office at the Stratford Bank, Dover.] 
sident— George D. Yittum. Treasurer — William Woodman 
leans, $537,084.56 ;" surplus, $46,290.10. 
ividend, 1860, 5 per cent. 

Som&rsworth Savings Bank, Somersworth. 
■sident— -M. C Burleigh. Se&y and Treasurer— D. H. Buffum. 
[eans, $178,763.93; surplus, $4,288.57. 
•ividend, 1860, 5 per cent. 

Sullivan Savings Institution, Claremont. 

isident— Jonas Livingston. Sec-y and Treas'r — John L. Far well 

[eans, $211,276.35; surplus, 84,538.80. 
)ividend, 1860, 5 per cent. 

Walpole Savings Bank, Walpole. 

isident— David ButFum. Sechj and Treasurer — Benj. F. Aldrich. 
leans, $70,835.34; surplus, $2,292.91. 
Mvidend, I860, 5 per cent. 



156 



INSURANCE COMPANIES. 



Insurance Commissioners. 
Cornelius V. Dearborn, Peterborough. 
George W. Conant, Enfield. 
James Gordon, Laconia. 



Atlantic M. F. I. Company, Exeter. 

President — Joseph T. Gilman. Secretary— William P. Moulton, 
Treasurer — Joseph C. Hilliard. 

AmosJceag M. F. I. Company, Manchester. 

President — Isaac Riddle. Secretary and Treasurer— E. T. Stevens. 

Ashuelot M. F. I. Company, Keene. 

President — William Dinsmoor. Secretary — Edward Farrar. 

Treasurer — Sumner Wheeler. 

Belknap County M. F. I. Company, Laconia. 

President— Richard Gove, Gilford. Secretary— Ellery A. Hibbard. i 
Treasurer— John. C. Moulton. 

Carroll County M. F. I. Company, Sandwich. 

President— -Daniel G. Beede. Betty and Treasurer— -C. C. Fellows. 

Cheshire County M. F. I. Company, Keene. 

President — Larkin Baker. Secretary — Leonard Bisco, Keene | 

Treasurer— Frederick Vose, Walpole. 

Cochecho M. F. I. Company, Dover. 

Pres— Charles W. Woodman. Sec. $ Tr— Woodbury T. Prescottf 

Equitable M. F. I. Company, Concord. 

President— Caleb Parker. Secretary— Mitchel Gilmore I 

Treasurer — Robert C. Osgood. 

Farmers' and Mechanics' M. F. I. Company, Epping. 

President— Joseph C. Plumer. Sec. and Treas 7 r— Abram Plumei 

Farmers' M. F. I. Company, Gilmanton. 

President— John K. Woodman. Secretary— Josiah J. Beai^ 

Treasurer — Alfred Prescott. 

Farmington M. F. I. Company, Farmington. 
Pres.— George M. Herring. Sec. and Treas'r— Josiah B Edgerljil 



INSURANCE COMPANIES. 157 

Granite M. F. I. Company, Webster. 
ident— Moses Fellows. Secretary— Simeon B. Little. 

Treasurer— S. S. Little. 

Great Falls M. F. I. Company, Somersworth. 

sure property under four classifications, each class liable for 

wn losses. 

.— Ichabod G. Jordan. Sec. and Treas.— Joseph Stickney. 

md in Hand Mutual Insurance Company, Laconia. 

ident— Richard Gove. Secretary— Ellery A. Hibbard. 

Treasurer — A. G. Folsom. Actuary— Charles Lane. 

illsborough County M. F. I. Company, Amherst, 
ident— Francis P. Fitch. Sec. and Treas.— David Russell. 

Lake Fire-insurance Company, Wolf borough. 

ident— Abel Haley. ' Sec. and Treas.— John Fox. 

Manchester M. F. I. Company, Manchester. 

ident— John S. Elliott. Sec. and Treas.— J. D. Lyford. 

Nashua M. F. I. Company, Nashua. 

.— Josephus Baldwin. Sec. and Treas.— Chas. A. Hutchinson. 

Portsmouth M. F. I. Company. 

ident— John Knowlton. Sec. and Treas.— Wm. L. Dwight. 

Rockingham M. F. I. Company, Exeter. 

ident— Joseph T. Gilman. Secretary— William P. Moulton. 
Treasurer— Joseph C. Hilliard. 

Rochester Mutual F. I. Company. 
.— Micaj. H. Wentworth. Sec. and Treas.— Enoch Whitehouse. 
ockingham Farmers'' M. F. I. Company, Exeter, 
ident— Wm. Conner. Sec. and Treas.— Charles E. Lane. 

Union M. F. I. Company, Concord, 
ident— Thorns P. Treadwell. Sec. and Treas.— Jona. E. Lang, 



158 



RAILROADS IN NEW-HAMPSHIR E. 

Railroad Commissio%ers. 

Merrill C Forist, Berlin- 
Jeremiah C. Tilton, Sanbornton. 
J. T. P. Hunt, Manchester. 

John Preston, New-Ipswich, of Peterborough Railroad. 
Willis H. Esty, Dover, of Boston $ Maine Railroad. 

Commissioners under a resolve of the Legislature relating to 
the Atlantic and St. Lawrence Railroad : 

William H. Y. Hackett, Portsmouth. 
Thomas L. Tullock, Concord. 
Paul J. Wheeler, Newport. 

The statistics in regard to capital stock and dividend were prin- 
cipally obtained from the Railroad Report to the Legislature, 
June, 1861. 

Ashueloi Railroad. 

Length of road, about 24 miles; running from Keene to South- 
Vernon, Vt. The road is leased to the Connecticut River Rail- 
road, of Massachusetts, with an annual rent of about 6 per cent 
on the cost. The time of the above named lease is closed, and 
for conditions broken the road has passed into the hands of bond- 
holders; the stockholders being allowed one year for the re- 
demption of the bonds. See act of relief, June session, 1861. 

Atlantic and St. Lawrence Railroad. 

Length of road, 149 miles; running from Portland, Maine, to 
Island Pond, in Vermont. Length of road in New-Hampshire, 
54 miles. This road is leased to the Grand Trunk Railway Com- 
pany, of Canada. The rental is at 6 per cent. 

Boston and Maine Railroad. 

Length of road, 76 miles (42 in New-Hampshire); running from 
Boston, via Exeter and Dover, and unites, a little below Ports- 
mouth, with Portsmouth, Saco and Portland Road. Capital, 
$4,155,700. Dividend, 1860, 8 per cent. 

President — Francis Cogswell, Andover, Mass. 

Directors — James H. Duncan, George W. Kittredge. Daniel M. 
Christie, Peter T. Homer, Henry Saltonstall, Israel M. Spellman. 

Treasurer— H. B. Wilbur. 

Superintendent— William Merritt. 

Boston, Concord and Montreal Railroad. 

Length of road, 92| miles; running from Concord, N. H., to 
Wells River, Vt. Net earnings for the year ending March 31, 1861, 
$121,672.97. 

President— John E. Lyon, Boston. 



RAILROADS IN NEW-HAMPSHIRE. 159 

Directors—John E. Lyon, Alexander H. Tilton, John L. Rix, 
seph P. Pitman, Holmes Hinkley, John A. Parks. 
Treasurer— Theodore Stanwood, Boston. 
Superintendent— Joseph A. Dodge, Plymouth. 

Cheshire Railroad. 

Length of road, 53| miles; running from Fitchburg, Mass., to 
Hows Falls, and forming a link in a road from Boston to Mon- 
:al. Balance of earnings for one year ending November 30, 

50, 8110,496.43. 

Cochecho Railroad. 

Length of road, 28 miles; running from Dover to Alton Bay. 

Concord Railroad. 

Length of road, 34|- miles. Net earnings for one year, ending 

trch 31, 1861, $230,820.57. Dividend, 8 per cent. 

Presided— Nathaniel G. Upham. 

Directors— -N . G. Upham, Isaac Spalding, Josiah Stickney, Uriel 

ocker, Charles H. Peaslee, Francis C. Manning, John S. Kidder. 

Treasurer — N. P. Lovering. 

Clerk — John H. George. 

Superintendent— J oseph A. Gilmore, Concord. 

Concord and Portsmouth Railroad. 

?his corporation was organized by the bond-holders of the 

rtsmouth and Concord Railroad, which became the purchaser 

that road at the sale thereof by the trustees, September 1, 1857. 

ngth, 47 miles; from Concord to Portsmouth. This road is 

w leased to the Concord, and is operated by that corporation. 

ntal $15,500, annual. 

President — Stephen Kenrick, Franklin. 

Directors— Stephen Kenrick, Charles L. Frost, S. Plumer Dow, 

seph Blake, E. A. Straw. 

Treasuro — Thomas D. Bailey, Portsmouth. 

Clerk— William H. Hackett. 

Contoocook River Railroad. 

Length of road, 14| miles ; running from Contoocookville, 
lere it connects with the Concord and Claremont, to Hillsbor- 
gh Bridge. Balance of expenditures against earnings for one 
ar, ending March 31, 1861, $3,857.46. 

Eastern Railroad. 

Length of road, 54 miles (16£ in New-Hampshire) ; running from 
>ston to Portsmouth. Net earnings for one year, ending No- 
mber 30, 1860, $367,073.01. Dividend, $2 per share. 
President— Benjamin T. Reed, Boston. 

Directors— E. P. Bancroft, W. H. Y. Hackett, William M. Shack- 
rd, Robert W. Hooper. 
Treasurer— John B. Parker, Boston. 
Clerk— Daniel P. Drown, Portsmouth. 



160 RAILROADS Iff NEW-HAMPSHIRE. 

Great Falls and Conway Railroad. 

Length of road completed. 26 miles. Net income for one year, 
ending September 1, 1860, $15,156.80. 

President — Oliver Hill. 

Directors— Oliver Hill, John Smith, Asa Beacham, Thomas M. 
Wentworth, Isaac Chandler, Owen Davis, Charles Demeritt, 

Treasurer and Superintendent — Albert A. Perkins. 

Great Falls and South Berwick Branch Railroad. 

Length of road, 6 miles. In hands of trustees for bond-holders 
Trustees — Ichabod Goodwin, W. H. Y. Hackett, John N. 
Goodwin. 
Treasurer and Clerk — William H. Hackett. 

Manchester and Lawrence Railroad. 

Length of road, 24 miles ; running from Manchester to Law- j 
rence, Mass. Since December, 1856, this road has been operated j 
in connection with the Concord. Capital, $1,000,000. Dividend, , 
1860, 8 per cent. 

President— -N '. G. Upham. 

Directors— N. G. Upham, E. J. M. Hale, D. A. Bunton, John 
Flint, H". G. White, Charles Conner. 

Treasurer — D. J. Daniels. 

Clerk — William C. Clarke, Manchester. 

Manchester and North Weare Railroad, 

The original name of this road was "N.H. Central Railroad," 
and which was sold at auction, June, 1859, and a new company 
formed. This road is 19 miles long. The road is operated by the 
Concord. 

Merrimack and Connecticut Rivers Railroad. 

First incorporated in 1848, under the title of Concord and Clare- 
mont Railroad. Length of road completed, to Bradford, 29f miles. 
Net earnings for one year, ending March 31, 1861, $14,455.56. 

New-Hampshire Central Railroad. 

Running from Manchester to Henniker, 25£ miles. This road is j 
also incorporated with the Merrimack and Connecticut Rivers , 
Railroad, and operated by the Northern Road. 

Northern Railroad, 

Length of road, 69 miles ; running from Concord to West Leba- i 
non. Whole cost, including Bristol Branch (length, 12i miles), j 
$3,068,400. Net earnings for one year, ending March 31, 1861, . 
$154,271.49. Dividend, 4 per cent. 

President and Agent — Onslow Stearns, Concord. 

Directors— Onslow Stearns, John A. Burnham, George W. 
Nesmith, Uriel Crocker, Josiah Minot, Joseph W. Clark, George 
A. Kettell. 

Treasurer— George A. Kettell, Boston. 

Clerk— William L. Foster, Concord. 



RAILROADS IN NEW-HAMPSHIRE. 161 

Nashua and Lowell Railroad. 
^engtli of road, 15 miles; continuation of Concord to Lowell, 
ridend for the year ending March 31, 1861, 8 per cent. 
^resident— ^Francis B. Crowninshield. 

Directors— Francis B. Crowninshield, William Amory, D. S. 
jharclson, Edward Spalding, Onslow Stearns. 
Treasurer— William P. Ainsworth. 
Jlerk— George Bowers. 

:he Nashua and Lowell, and Wilton Roads, 1ST. H., and Boston 
i Lowell, and Stony Brook, Mass., are operated under one 
magement. 

Manager— George Stark, Nashua. 
Superintendent— J ohn B. Winslow. 

Peterborough and Shirley Railroad. 

ncorporated 1846; road running from Peterborough to Groton 
nction, Mass. Amount expended in constructing the road, 
15,642.72. Through the power of an act passed by the Legisla- 
•e, June, 1859, the Directors of this corporation sold all their 
;ht. title and interest to a company in Massachusetts for $67,700, 
is being the amount of bonds secured by mortgage on the same, 
is now conducted by said company. 

Sullivan Railroad. 

[ncorporated 1846. Length of road, 24J miles; running from 
Hows Falls to Windsor, Vt. This road is in the hands of trus- 
s. Net income for one year, ending April 30, 1861, $15,366.49. 

Worcester and Nashua Railroad. 

corporated 1844. Length of road, 45f miles, 6£ of which are in 
jw-Hampshire. Net income for one year, ending November 30, 
30, $105,737.40. Dividend, $4.50 per share 

Wilton Railroad. 

Length of road, 15£ miles. This road is operated by the Nashua 
id Lowell Company, at a yearly rent of $14,000. 

White Mountains Railroad. 

Length of road, 20 miles; running from Wells River to Little- 
n. This road was sold, November, 1858, for the benefit of cred- 
os ; and the purchasers organized under the name of the White 
ountains (N. H.) Railroad, and have leased the road to the 
3ston, Concord and Montreal Corporation for five years, at a 
arly rent of $10,000, payable in monthly installments. 



162 

POST-OFFICES AND POST -MASTERS 
IN NEW-HAMPSHIRE. 



Acworth, C. M. Woodbury. 

. . South, J. F. Richardson. 
Alexandria, P. C. Forbes. 
Allenstown, B. F. Kendall. 
Alstead, Leonard O. Shepard. 

. . New, James F. Isham. 

.. Paper-Mill Village, J. F. 
Weaver. 
Alton, A. H. Sawyer. 

. . West, W. G. C. Emerson. 
Amherst, H. E. Abbott. 
Andover, Hiram C. Dugan. 

. . East, Cyrus W. Cole. 

. . West, D. Osgood. 
Antrim, Charles McKean. 

. . North Branch, A. Fairfield. 
Atkinson, Charles Fernald. 

. . Depot, Jacob Irving. 
Auburn, A. G. Willey. 
Barnstead, Cyrus W. Blanchard. 

. . North, S. F. Webster. 

.. Center, S. F. Merrill. 
Barrington, J. Waterhouse, Jr. 

. . North, F. Cater. 
Bartlett, Isaac Meserve. 

. . Lower, George Pitman. 
Bath, William V. Hutchins. 
Bedford, Daniel Barnard. 
Bennington, G. A. Whittemore. 
Benton, Amos Whitcher. 
Berlin, F. I. Bean. 

. . Falls, A. A. Knight. 
Bethlehem, Charles E. Bunker. 
Boscawen, W. A. Huntress. 

. . West, G. W. Stevens. 
Bow, J. T. Morgan. 
Bradford, William A. Carr. 
Brentwood^FrederickRobinson. 
Bridgewater, J. H. Johnson. 
Bristol, S. K. Mason. 
Brookfield, Charles Colman. 
Brookline, S. S. Kendall. 
Campton, C. W. Cork. 

. . Village, B. F. Cutter. 

. . West, T. J. Sanborn. 
Canaan, M. H, Milton. 

. . East, E. Barney. 

. . West, L. C. Pattee. 
Candia, Hannah P. Smith. 

. . Village, P. W. Sanborn. 



Canterbury, Isaac L. Pickard. 

..Shaker Village, Robert 
Shepard. 
Carroll, Jonas Howe. 

Center-Harbor, . 

Charlestown, W. B. Downer. 

.. North, T. Whipple. 

. . South, R. Robertson. 
Chester, I. Shaw. 

. . East, Robert Shirley. 
Chesterfield, Henry O. Coolidge. 

. . Factory, Samuel Burt. 
Chichester, John Langley. 

. . North, J. B. Chesley. 
Claremont, Charles O. Eastman. 

. . West, Leonard Gilmore. 
Clarksville, E. K. Young. 

Colebrook, . 

Columbia, R. D. Atherton. 
Concord, Robert N. Corning. 

. . West, J. D. Taylor. 

. . Mast- Yard, J. F. Runnels. 

. . East, John M. Dearborn. 

. . Fisherville, Dana W. Pratt. 
Conway, E. Cloutman. 

. . North, T. A. Hanson. 
Cornish, . 

. . Flat, John T. Breck. 
Croydon, D. W. Frye. 

. . Flat, D. D. Marsh. 
Dalton, Oliver M. Brooks. 
Danbury, William P. Stone. 

. . South, Luke Pillsbury. 
Danville, Enos Tewksbury. 
Deerfield, . • 

. . South, F. J. White. 

. . Center, E. P. Hoitt. 
Deering, William T. Wilkins. 
Derry, William W. Poor. 

. . Derry Depot, James Priest. 
Dorchester, B. R. Norris. 

. . North, W. Robbins. 
Dover, Nathaniel Low, Jr. 
Dublin, Asa Heald. 

. . Pottersville, J. Fitch. 
Dunbarton, Samuel Burnham. 

. . North, G. Page. 
Durham, J. W. Coe. 
Eaton, Charles Robinson. 
East-Kingston, J. C Sargent. 



POST-MASTERS. 



163 



ingham, Josephus L. Drake. 
- Falls, John L. Demeritt. 
sworth, W. M. Straw, 
field, James F. Patten. 
. Center, James F. Sargent. 
. West, Timothy Kidder, 
ping, James L. Rundlett. 
som, L. W. Peabody. 
*ol, James F. Bragg, 
eter, William B. Morrill, 
rmington, Andrew J.Scruton. 
zwilliam, Philip S. Bacheller. 
incestown, A. B. Downs, 
mconia, E. B. Parker. 
. Profile, R. Taft. 
inklin, James Colburn. 
jedom, Allan M. Allard. 
imont, Isaiah L. Robinson. 

. Village, John H. Sleeper. 
. Lake Village, George W. 

Weeks, 
manton, Levi H. Mudgett. 
. Lower, James M. Gilman. 
• Iron Works, Charles A. 

Dockham. 
sum, Francis A. Howard, 
ffstown, Byron Moore. 
. Center, E. R. Poor, 
rham, J. R. Hitchcoek. 

shen, Glidden. 

. Mill Village, Dexter Dodge, 
afton, Isaac B. Martin. 
. Center, Horace Barney, 
antham, Oliver B. Buswell. 
. North, Henry Alexander, 
eenfield, J. Stephenson, 
eenland, George E. Bracket!. 
. Depot, James B. Rand, 
oton, B. G. Jewell. 
. North, Otis C. Hall, 
mpton, J. W. Dow. 
mpstead, J. C. Eastman. 
inpton-Falls.Enoch J.Tilden. 
ncock, John Whitcomb. 
nbver, Israel O. Dewey. 
. Center, Loren Kenne. 
.verhill, John Currier. 
. East, Niles Doty. . 

. North, N. M. Swazey. 
. Center, George W. Bisbee. 

. Woodville, Eastman. 

bron, D. Hazelton. 
nniker, Horace Gibson. 
. West, Imri Woods. 
11, Clinton Blake. 



Hillsborough, John G. Dickey. 

. . Center, B. Priest. 

. . Bridge. J. H. T. Newell. 
Hinsdale, Charles J. Ammidon. 
Holderness, Thomas P. Cheney. 
Hollis, E. T. Wheeler. 
Hooksett, J. T. Goss. 

. . Rowe's Corner,Henry Salt- 
marsh. 
Hopkinton, Dyer H. Sanborn. 

. . Contoocookville, Ira Di- 
mond. 

. . West, James P. Sargent. 
Hudson, George W. Hills. 
Jackson, O. P. Meserve. 
Jaffrev, Ethan Cutter. 

. . East, Peter Upton. 
Jefferson, P. C Plaisted. 
Keene, Thomas E. Hatch. 
Kensington, George W.Walton. 
Kingston, Albert Brown. 

. . South, G. Webster. 

. . East, Joseph C. Sargent. 
Lancaster, Royal Joslyn. 
Laconia, Samuel W. Sanders. 

. . Weirs, William Wilcomb. 
Landaff, R. H. Noyes. 

. . East, W. B. Blandin. 
Langdon, R. Shumway. 
Lebanon, E. J. Durant. 

. . East, C. Plaistridge. 

. . West, J. D. Hosley. 
Lee, Thomas B. Hall. 

.. Wadley Falls, Charles H. 
Tuttle. 
Lempster, L. Miller. 

. . East, Sumner Eaton. 
Lincoln, Simon Tuttle. 
Lisbon, J. R. Young. 

.. Sugar Hill. William Taylor. 
Littleton, William J. Bellows. 

. . North, Josiah Smith. 
Londonderry, A. Plummer. 

. . North, Mrs. White. 
Loudon, W. I. Batchelder. 

. . Center, Ira Osgood. 

. . Ridge, . 

Lyman, Charles Parker. 
Lyme, H. M. Clark. 
Lyndeborough,Wm. J. Herrick. 

.. South, J. H. Tarbell. 

. . North, John H. Goodrich. 
Madison, John M. Atkinson. 

. . East, Mark P. Blaisdell. 
Manchester, D. J. Clark. 

. . Amoskeag, Joseph Jones.] 



164 



POST-MASTEKS. 



Marlow, Arthur W. Fisk. 
Marlboro','?Elisha O.Woodward. 

. . Depot, Sidney Moors. 
Mason : 

. . Center, A. Peabody. 

. . Village, Merrill C. Dodge. 
Meredith : 

. . Village, John W. Beede. 

. . Center, Peter Severance. 
Merrimack : 

. . Reed's Ferry, M.P.Nichols. 

.. South, H. Ball. 

. . Thornton's Ferry, G. Drew. 
Middleton, Jonathan Daniels. 
Milan, Amos Wheeler. 

. . West, Ezra Horn. 
Milford, Edward Lovejoy. 
Milton, Ezra H. Twombly. 

.. West, G. W. Goodwin. 

. . Mills, Henry S. Swazey. 
Mont- Vernon, Nathaniel Bruce. 
Moultonboro', B. E. Thurston. 

. . East, E. Shaw. 
Monroe, 3SF, K. Stirling. 

. . North, Albert Mason. 
Nashua, Albin Beard. 
Nelson, Nehemiah Rand. 

. . Munsonville, J. Fisher. 

.. Harrisville, C. C. P. Harris. 
New-Boston, S. D. Atwood. 
Newbury, E. Young. 

. . South, D. Kidder. 
New-Durham, Ira S. Ricker. 
New-Hampton, F. Seavy. 
Newington, F. W. DeRoche- 

mont. 
New-Ipswich, John G.Leonard. 
New-London, Anthony Colby. 
Newmarket, Nathan H. Leavitt. 
Newport, David A. Watkins. 
Newton, Michael F. Hoyt. 
North-Hampton, J. L. Hobbs. 

.. Depot, J. P. Elkins. 
Northumberland, Jas .B. Brown. 

. . Groveton,WayneCobleigh. 
Northwood: 

. . East, G. W. Ashby. 

. . West, J. G. Mead. 
Northfield: 

.. Depot, M. Moore. 
Nottingham, T. V. Bartlett. 

. . Turnpike, Israel Dame. 
Orford, Daniel F. Tillotson. 

.. Orfordville, R. C. Beal. 
Ossipee, J. F. Brown. 

. . Center, J. W. Merrow. 



Ossipee, Leighton's Corner, Mrs. 
S. Leighton. 

. . West, E. Hobbs. 

.. Water Vill., J. L. Brown. 
Pelham, John Woodbury. 
Pembroke, Jacob Sawyer. 

. . Suncook, N. B. Emery. 
Peterborough, S. M. Gates. 
Piermont, J. O. Evans. 
Pittsfield, N. G. Tilton. 
Pittsburg, G. W. Blood. 
Plainfield, Bradbury Dyer. 

. . East, S. Emerson. 

. . Meriden, C. Cole. 
Plaistow, Amos C. Clement. 
Plymouth, W. D. Blaisdell. 

. . West, Levi W. Gordon. 
Portsmouth, Joseph P. Morse. 
Randolph, George Wood. 
Raymond, William P. Tufts. 
Richmond, Amos G. Bennett. 

. . North, H. Martin. 
Rindge, Levi Howe. 
Rochester, N. R. Varney. 

. . Gonic, D. Varney. 
Rollinford : 

. . Salmon Falls, J. P. Emer- 
son. 
Rumney, H Chapman. 

. . West, H. B. Simpson. 
Rye, Jonathan T. Walker. 
Salem. R. Coburn. 

. . North, M. H. Taylor. 
Salisbury, Thomas D. Little. 

. . West, William Dunlap. 
Sanbornton, Fanny Lane. 

.. North, J. H. Clark. 

. . Bridge, J. P. Tilton. 

. . East, Jacob Bamford. 
Sandown, George Sanborn. 
Sandwich, Joseph Wentworth. 

. . North, W. M. A. Page. 

. . Center, C. C. Fellows. 
Seabrook, Sarah A. Brown. 
Shelburne, Thomas J. Hubbard. 
Somers worth: 

. . Great Falls, John S.Haines, 
Jr. 
South-Hampton, M. Eaton, Jr. 
South-Newmarket, J. T. Locke. 
Springfield, O. C. Howard. 

. . West, D. N. Adams. 
Stark, Clifford Cole. 
Stewartstown, John Flanders. 

.. West. Hyde C. Trask. 
Stoddard, Nathan Gould. 



POST-MASTERS. 



165 



ddard, South, F. A. Gilson. 

afford, Edmund Walker. 

. Center, D. Place. 

afford Corner, David Hayes. 

. North, John H. Scott. 

. Blue Hill, Robert W. Foss. 

atford, James Mahurin. 

. Coos, Albe Holmes. 

atham, Z. Wiggin. 

livan, J. Peabody. 

. East, David A. Felt. 

-ry, Warren Carpenter. 

ton, Truman Putnam. 

. North, J. Greeley. 

. South, J. G. Cheney. 



George's Mills, . 

anzey, Elijah Sawyer. 

. West Port, S. Faulkner. 

. West, J. W. Frink: 

nworth, J. Oilman. 

. South, J. T. D. Folsom. 

. Tamworth Iron Works, Otis 

G. Hatch, 
nple, Charles P. Haywood. 
>rnton, J. B. Sanborn. 

West, Joseph Morrison. 
y, Charles W. Whitney, Jr. 
'tonboro', Daniel H. Durgin. 

Melvin Village, Charles E. 
Shepard. 

Mackerel Corner, J. S. 
Leavitt. 
per Gilmanton, Ira Mooney. 
ity, Hobart. 

East, Tappan Sanborn, 
kefield, James A. Chesley. 

North, J. W. Mathes. 

Union Vill., John Tredick, 



Wakefield East, Warren Nutter. 

. . Horn's Mills, J. H. Clout- 
man. 
Walpole, A. K. Maynard. 

. . Drewsville, H. Lathrop. 
Warner, Hiram Buswell. 
Warren, R. R. Clement. 
Washington, W. B. French. 

. . East, H. H. Monroe. 
Weare, Israel Hoag. 

. . East, Rufus Fellows. 

. . North, W. H. Gove. 

. . South,EbenezerT.Wheeler 

. . Oil Mill Vill., L. Richards 
Wentworth, Albert G. Stevens. 
Wentvvorth's Location, Z. F 

Durkee. 
Westmoreland, B. Leach. 

. . East, Foster Wight. 

. . Depot, D. Livingston. 
Whitefield, B. Dodge. 
White Mountains, H. Fabyan. 
Wilmot, G. W. Prescott. 

. Flat, Otis Jones. 
Wilton, L. Pettingill. 

. . West, Philander Ring. 
Winchester, John A. Powers. 

. . Ashuelot, Jason Plummer. 
Windham, R. Bartley. 

. . West, F. Marden. 

. . Fessenden's Mill, Stephen 
Fessenden. 
Wolf boro', John M. Brackett. 

.. North, Alvin Cotton. 

. . South, Albert F. Avery. 
Woodstock, William G. Hull. 



POSTAGE LAWS. 

POSTAGE OF LETTERS. 

or every letter or written communication of any description, 
weight not over half of an ounce, any distance within the 
ited States not over 3,000 miles, 3 cents, t prepaid ; over 3,000 
es, 10 cents, prepaid, and for each additional | ounce or frac- 
i of an ounce add one single rate. 

ach letter placed in the office for delivery, only 1 cent, prepay- 
it optional. 

or advertised letters, add 1 cent to the above rates, 
ritish North-American Provinces, any distance not over 3,000 
es from the line, 10 cents per £ ounce ; over 3,000 miles, 15 cents, 
oayment optional. 



166 UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT. 

POSTAGE ON PRINTED MATTER. 

Each newspaper, periodical, unsealed circular, or other article 
of printed matter, not weighing over three ounces, to any part of 
the United States, 1 cent; for each additional ounce or fraction 
of an ounce, add 1 cent, prepaid by stamps. 

For newspapers and periodicals, when postage is paid for quar- 
terly or yearly, in advance, one half the above rates. 

Newspapers and periodicals, not weighing over an ounce and a 
half each, when circulated in the State where published, £. of a 
cent. 

"Weekly newspapers sent free in the county where published. 

Small newspapers, published monthly, or oftener, and pam- 
phlets, not containing more than sixteen octavo pages each, when 
sent in single packages, weighing eight ounces to one address, 
prepaid by stamps, J of a cent per ounce or fraction of an ounce. 

Books, bound or unbound, 1 cent per ounce for any distance 
not over 3,000 miles, prepaid ; over 3,000 miles, 2 cents per ounce. 
The weight of the book not to exceed 4 pounds. 



UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT. 

PRESIDENT, 

ABRAHAM LINCOLN, 

Illinois. 
Salary, $25,000. 

vice-president. 

HANNIBAL HAMLIN, 

Maine. 
Salary, $5,000. 



NATIONAL CABINET. 

Salary ' 
Secretary of State— -William H. Seward, New-York, $8,(XX) 
Secretary of the Treasury— Salmon P. Chase, Ohio, - 8,00( 
Secretary of the Interior — Caleb B. Smith, Indiana, - - 8,00< ! 
Secretary of War— Simon Cameron, Pennsylvania,- - 8,00< 
Secretary of the Navy — Gideon Welles, Connecticut, - 8,00* , 
Postmaster- General— Montgomery Blair, Maryland, - 8,00' 
Attorney *GreweraZ— Edward Bates, Missouri, - - - - 8,00 



167 



JDICIARY OF THE UNITED STATES. 

SUPREME COURT. 

Chief Justice : Appointed. Salary. 

Roger B. Taney, Baltimore, Md., 1836, $6,500 

Associate Justices : 

_ 6.000 

nes M. Wayne, Savannah, Georgia,. 1835, 6,000 

tin Catron, Nashville, Tennessee, 1837, 6,000 

6,000 

nuel Nelson, Cooperstown, New-York, 1845, 6,000 

bert C . Grier , Pittsburg, Pennsylvania, 1846, 6,000 

6,000 

than Clifford, Maine, 1858, 6,000 

orney-General~-Fidw&T& Bates, Missouri, 1861, 8,000 

wrter— Benjamin C. Howard, 1,300 

rk of the Court— William T. Carroll. 

he Supreme Court is held in the city of Washington, and has 
session annually, commencing on the first Monday in Decem- 



CIRCUIT COURT IN NEW-HAMPSHIRE, 

teld at Portsmouth, on the 8th of May ; at Exeter, on the 8th 
October. Presiding Judge, Nathan Clifford. 



DISTRICT COURT IN NEW-HAMPSHIRE, 

Portsmouth, third Tuesday in March and September; at Exe- 
third Tuesday in June and December. 

udge of the District Court of New-Hampshire, Hon. Matthew 
rvey, Concord. 

lerk of the N. H. Circuit and District Courts, Albert R. 
tch, Portsmouth. 

tarshal for the District of New-Hampshire, Jacob H. Ela, 
jhester. 

istrict Attorney, Charles W. Rand, Littleton, 
eputy Marshal, Joseph B. Adams, Portsmouth, 
ension Agents for New-Hampshire, Albert R. Hoyt, Ports- 
ith; Augustine C. Pierce, Concord. 



168 



FOREIGN INTERCOURSE. 



ENVOYS EXTRAORDINARY AND MINISTERS PLENIPOTENTIARY 



Countries. Salary. 

Great Britain, Charles F. Adams, Mass., $17,500, 

France, William L. Dayton, N. J., 17,500, 

Spain, Carl Schurz, Wisconsin, 12,000, 

Chili, John Bigler, California, 10,000, 

Prussia, Norman B. Judd, Illinois, 12,000, 

Russia, CassiusM. Clay, Kentucky, 12,000, St. 

Mexico, Thomas Corwin, Ohio, 12,000, 

China, Anson Burlingame, Mass., 12,000, 

Brazil, James Watson Webb,N.Y., 12,000, Rio 

Peru, Christopher Robinson^R. I. ,10,000, 



London 

Paris 

Madrid 

San Ia^o. 

Berlin, 

Petersburg, 

Mexico 

Canton, 

de Janeiro, 

Lima 



MINISTERS RESIDENT. 



Belgium, 

Turkey, 

Netherlands, 

Sardinia, 

Naples, 

Portugal, 

Austria, 

Bolivia, 

Denmark, 



Henry S. Sanford, Conn., 7,500, Brussels I 

Edward Joy Morris, Penn., 7,500, Constantinople ! 



James S. Pike, Maine, 7,500, 

George P. Marsh, Vermont, 7,500, 

, 7,500, 

James E. Harvey, Penn., 7,500, 
John Lothrop Motley, Ms., 9,000, 



D. R. Cartter, Ohio, 
Bradford R. Wood, N. Y., 
Sweden& Norw.Jacob S. Haldeman, Ind., 
Ecuador, F. Hassureck, Ohio, 

Venezuela, Henry T. Blane, Missouri, 

Arg'ntineConf'dRobert M. Palmer, Penn., 



Switzerland, 

New-Granada, 

Nicaragua, 

Guatemala, 

Japan, 



7,500, 
7,500, 
7,500, 
7,500, 
7,500, 
7,500, 
7,500, 
7,500, 

Andrew B. Dickinson, N.Y.,7,500, 
Elisha O. Crosby, 7,500, 

R. H. Pruyn, New-York, 7,500, 



George G. Fogg, N. H., 



Hague 

Turin j 

Naples * 

Lisbon 

Vienna. 

La Paz> 

Copenhagen 

Stockholm 

Quito 

CaraccaE 

Parana 

Berne 

Bogota 

Nicaragua 

Guatemala 

Yeddc 



The Congressional Register not having been published forth 
Thirty-seventh Congress, the compiler was unable to obtain 
verified list of ministers from the records in season for this Regis 
ter, but believes the above is nearly correct. 

All of the above named ministers were appointed in 1861, excel 
McLane and Bigler. 






HIRTY-SEVENTH CONGRESS. 





SENATE. 




President — 


HANNIBAL HAMLIN. 




ALABAMA. 




MINNESOTA. 




'merit C. Clay, Jr., 


1865 


Henry M. Rice, 


1863 




1867 


Morton S. Wilkinson, 


1865 


ARKANSAS. 




MISSISSIPPI. 




jliam K. Sebastian, 


1865 


Jefferson Davis, 


1863T 


arles B. Mitchell, 


1867 


Albert G. Brown, 


1865 


CALIFORNIA. 




MISSOURI. 




ton S. Latham, 


1863 


Trusten Polk, 


1863. 


nes A. McDougal, 


1867 


Waldo P. Johnson, 


1867 


CONNECTICUT. 




NEW-HAMPSHIRE. 




nes Dixon, 


1863 


John P. Hale, 


1865 


ayette S. Foster, 


1867 


Daniel Clark, 


1867 


DELAWARE. 




NEW-JERSEY. 




nes A. Bayard, 


1863 


John R. Thompson, 


1863 


Hard Saulsbury, 


1865 


John C. Ten Eyck, 


1865 


FLORIDA. 




NEW- YORK. 




phen R. Mallory, 


1863 


Preston King, 


1863. 




1867 


Ira Harris, 


1867 


GEORGIA. 




NORTH-CAROLINA. 




bert Toombs, 


1865 


Thomas Bragg, 


1865 




1867 




1867 




ILLINOIS.. 




OHIO. 




H. Browning, 


1865 


Benjamin F. Wade, 


1863 


man Trumbull, 


1867 


John Sherman ; 


1867 


INDIANA. 




OREGON. 




se D. Bright, 
nry S. Lane, 


1863 
1867 




1865 
1867 


James W. Nesmith, 


IOWA. 




PENNSYLVANIA . 




nes W. Grimes, 


1865 


David Wilmot, 


1863 


nes Harlan, 


1867 


Edgar Cowan, 


1867 


KANSAS. 




RHODE-ISLAND. 




nes H. Lane, 


1865 


James F. Simmons, 


1863 


nuel C. Pomeroy, 


1867 


Henry B„ Anthony, 


1865 


KENTUCKY. 




SOUTH-CAROLINA . 




:arus W. Powell, 


1865 
1867 


James W. Chesnut, 


1865 
1867 






LOUISIANA. 




TEXAS. 




lab P. Benjamin, 


1865 
1867 


John W. Hemphill, 
Louis T. Wigfall, 


1865 




1867 


MAINE. 




TENNESSEE. 




M. Morrill, 


1863 


Andrew Johnson, 


1863 


Iliam P. Fessenden, 


1865 


A. 0. P. Nicholson, 


1865 


MASSACHUSETTS 




VERMONT. 




tries Sumner, 


1863 


Solomon Foot, 


1863 


nry Wilson, 


1865 


Jacob Collamer, 


1867 


MARYLAND. 




WESTERN VIRGINIA. 




hony Kennedy, 


1863 


J. S. Carlisle, 


1863 


aes A. Pearce, 


1867 


W. T. Willey, 


1865 


MICHIGAN. 




WISCONSIN. 




hariah Chandler, 


1863 


James F. Doolittle, 


1863 




IRfiS 


Tlinn+l-MT n Hnnro 


toon 



170 



THIRTY-SEVENTH CONGRESS. 



HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, 



Speaker, GALUSHA A. GROW, Pennsylvania. 
Cleric, John W. Forney, Pennsylvania. 



ALABAMA.— 7. 
ARKANSAS.— 2. 

Thomas C. Hindman, 
Edward W. Gantt. 

CALIFORNIA.— 2. 
CONNECTICUT.— 4. 

Dwight Loomis, 
James E. English, 
Alfred A. Burnham, 
George C. Woodruff. 

DELAWARE.— 1. 

George P. Fisher. 

FLORIDA.— 1. 

R. B. Hilton, 

GEORGIA.— 8. 
ILLINOIS.— 9. 

Elihu B. Washburne, 
Isaac N. Arnold, 
Owen Lovejoy, 
William Kellogg, 
Wm. A. Richardson, 
J. A. McClernand, 
James C. Robinson, 
Philip B. Fouke, 
John A. Logan. 

INDIANA.— 11. 

John Lane, 
James A. Cravens, 
William McKeeDunn 
William S. Holman 
George W~. Julian, 
Albert G. Porter, 
Daniel W. Voorhees, 
Alberts. White, 
Schuyler Colfax, 
William Mitchell, 
J. P. C Shanks. 
IOWA. — 2. 
Samuel R. Curtis, 
William Vandever. 

KANSAS.— 1. 
Martin F. Conway. 

KENTUCKY.— 10. 

Henry C. Burnett, 
James S. Jackson, 
Henry Grider, 
Aaron Harding, 
Charles A. Wickliffe, 
George W. Dunlap, 
Robert Mallory, 



John J. Crittenden, Thomas M. Edwards. 
Wm. H. Wadsworth, new-jersey.— 5. 
John W. Menzies. John T. Nixon, 
Louisiana.— 4. J. L. N. Stratton, 
Maine.— 6. William G. Steele, 

John N. Goodwin, George T. Cobb, 
Charles W. Walton, Nehemiah Perry. 
Samuel C. Fessenden, new-york.— 33. 
Anson P. Morrill, Edward H. Smith, 
John H. Rice, Moses F. Odell, 

Frederick A. Pike. Benjamin Wood, 
Massachusetts.— 11. James S. Kerrigan, 
William Wall, 



Thomas D. Eliot, 
James Buinnton, 
B. F. Thomas, 
Alexander H. Rice, 
William Appleton, 
John B. Alley, 
Daniel W. Gooch, 
Charles R. Train,' 



Frederick A. Conklin, \ 
Elijah Ward, 
Isaac C. Delaplaine, ■ 
Edward Haight, 
Charles H.Van Wyck, ! 
John B. Steele, 
Stephen Baker, 



Goldsmith F. Bailey, Abraham B. Olin, 
Charles Delano, Erastus Corning, 

Henry L. Dawes. James B. McKean, I 

Maryland.— 6. William A. Wheeler. 
John W. Crisfield, Socrates K". Sherman 
Edwin H. Webster, Chauncey Yibbard, 
Cornelius L. L. Leary, Richard Franchot, 
Henry May, Roscoe Conkling, 

, Francis Thomas, R. Holland Duell, 

Charles B. Calvert. William E. Lansing, 

Michigan.— 4. Ambrose W. Clark, | 
Bradley F. Granger, Charles B. Sedgwick 
Fernando C. Beaman,Theodore M. Pomroj 
Francis W. Kellogg, Jacob Chamberlain, I 
Rowl'dE.Trowbridge. Alexander S. Diven, j 

Minnesota.— 2. Robert B.YanYalkei f 



Cyrus Aidrich, 
William Windom. 

MISSISSIPPI.— 5. 
MISSOURI.— 7. 

Francis P. Blair, Jr., 
James S. Rollins, 
John B. Clark, 
Elijah H. Norton, 
John W. Reed, 
John S. Phelps, 
John W. Noell. 



[burgl \ 
Alfred Ely, 
Augustus Frank, 
Burt Van Horn, 
Elbrfdge G.Spauldin j 
Reuben E. Fenton. 

NORTH-CAROLINA.-- 
OHIO.— 21. 

George H. Pendleto ; 

John A. Gurley, 

C. L. Vallandigham i 



new-hampshire.— 3. William Allen , 
Gilman Marston, James M. Ashley, j 

Edward H. Rollins, Chilton A. White, I 



SUPPLEMENT. 



171 



hard A. Harrison, John W. Kellinger. texas.— 2. 

nuel Shellabarger, James H. Campbell, Virginia.— 13. 

irren P. Noble, Hendrick B. Wright, Charles H. Upton, 

rey A. Trimble, Philip Johnson, Edmund Pendleton, 

lentine B. Horton, Galusha A. Grow, 

nuel S. Cox, James T. Hale, William G. Brown, 

r. Worcester, Joseph Bailey, J. B. Blair, 

rrisonG. Blake, Edward McPherson, Kellian V. Whaley, 

Samuel S. Blair, 

John Covode, Vermont. 

Jesse Lazear, Ezekiel P. Walton, 



orge H. Nugent., 
illiam P. Cutter, 
naes R. Morris, 
Iney Edgerton, 
t)ert G. Riddle, 
tin Hutchins, 
tin A. Bingham. 

OREGON.— 1. 

drew J. Thayer. 

INNSYLVANIA 



James K. Moorhead, Justin S. Morrill, 
Robert McKnight, Portus Baxter, 
J. W. Wallace. 
John Patton, 
Elijah Babbitt. 

RHODE-ISLAND.— 2 

25.William P. Sheffield 



illiam E. Lehman, George H. Browne. 



arles J. Biddle, 
hn P. Verree, 
illiam D. Kelley, 
illiam M. Davis, 
hn Hickman, 
omas B. Cooper, 



WISCONSIN. — 3. 

John F. Potter, 
Luther Hanchett, 
A. Scott Sloan, 
TERRITORIES. 

COLORADO. 
DAKOTA. 

NEBRASKA. 



SOUTH-CAROLINA. 

John McQueen. 

Wm. Porcher Miles, Samuel G . Daily 

Lewis M. Ayer, NEVADA. 

Milledge L. Bonham. new-mexico. 

John D. Ashmore, utah. 

denhamE. Ancoiia, William W. Boyce. Washington. 

addeus Stevens, Tennessee.— 10. 

rhe name of each Senator from the seceded States is retained, 
less known to have resigned, or his term of office for which he 
is elected is closed. 

Western Virginia is inserted for Virginia, with the names of the 
nators elected from Western Virginia, and taking the places of 
use, so far as time is considered, from Virginia. 
For Virginia five Representatives are given, one each, from Dis- 
cts Nos. 7, 8, 10, 11 and 12, Western Virginia. 

A SUPPLEMENT 

TO NEW -HAMPSHIRE VOLUNTEER STATISTICS. 

[Continued from page 109.] 
OFFICERS OF THE FIFTH REGIMENT. 
Che Fifth New-Hampshire Regiment left Concord. Tuesday, 
itober 29, 1861, for Washington, D. C-, by the way of Worcester 
d Norwich, at 7 o'clock A. M. 

FIELD OFFICERS. 

Colonel, Edward E. Cross. 
Lieutenant Colonel, Samuel G. Laugley. 
Major, William W. Cook, 
te Commissioned Staff are 

Adjutant, Charles Dodd. 
Quartermaster, Edmund M. Webber. 
Surgeon, Luther M. Knight. 
Assistant Surgeon, John W. Bucknam. 



A 



172 



SUPPLEMENT. 



COMPANY OFFICERS. 

Company A— Captain, Edward E. Sturtevant. 

First Lieutenant, James E. Larkin. 
Second Lieutenant, Stephen E. Twombly. 

Company B— Captain, Edmund Brown, 

First Lieutenant, Welcome A. Crafts. 
Second Lieutenant, Rinaldo R. Somes. 

Company C— Captain, James B. Perry. 

First Lieutenant, 1ST. H. Rancllett. 
Second Lieutenant, William A. Moore, 

Company D— Captain, John Murray, 

First Lieutenant, G. W. Balloch. 
Second Lieutenant, Samuel F. Varney. 

Company E— Captain, Ira McL. Barton. 
First Lieutenant. T. J. Rice. 
Second Lieutenant, Dexter G. Reed. 

Company F— Captain, H. T. H. Pierce. 

First Lieutenant, Moses W. Rand. 
Second Lieutenant, S. S. Quinn. 

Company G— Captain, Charles H. Loner. 

First Lieutenant, Jacob W. Keller. 
Second Lieutenant, C. O. Ballou. 

Company H— Captain, Richard R. Davis. 

First Lieutenant, Richard E. Cross. 
Second Lieutenant, Janvrin W. Graves, 



Company 
Company 



I— Captain. Charles E. Hapgood. 
First Lieutenant, E. W. Johnson. 
Second Lieutenant, J. W.Bean. 



K 



-Captain, Richard Welch. 
First Lieutenant, J. B. David. 
Second Lieutenant, F. W. Butler. 



LIGHT ARTILLERY. 
This company, 154 men, 136 horses and 6 pieces of cannon, ijl 
Manchester, October 30, 1861, for Washington. 

Captain, George A. Gerrish. 
First Lieutenant, Frederick M. Edgell. 
First Lieutenant, Edwin H. Hobbs. 
Second Lieutenant, John Wadleigh. 
Second Lieutenant, Henry F. Condict. 



following slip is inserted, with additions and corrections of 
*n Ministers, .Representatives from Tennessee, &c 

information was received from Washington, through the 
ess of M. 15. Goodwin, Esq., but too late for insertion in 
gcs. 

Chili, erase John Bigler, California, and insert Thomas 11. 
El, Indiana. 

China, erase Canton, and insert Pekin. 
Austria, insert John Lothrop Motley, Massachusetts, $12,000, 
a. 

Italy, insert George P. Marsh, Vermont, $12,000, Turin, and 
he last two named from the Ministers President. 

Ministers Resident, erase Pruyn, and insert Townsend 
i, for Japan. For Venezuela, read Blow for Blane. Add, 
w-Granada, Alton A. Burton, Kentucky ; Pontifical States, 
tider W. Randall., Wisconsin, $7,500, Rome ; Costa Pica, 
s N. Riotte, Texas, $7,500; and Honduras, II. G. Wells, 
jan, $7,500. 

)age 170, erase John W. Forney, Pennsylvania, and insert 
on Etheredge, Tennessee, Clerk of the House. 
e William Appleton, Massachusetts (resigned), and insert 
1 Hooper. For Arkansas, read Gatt for Gantt. 
j 171, insert, for Tennessee, Thomas R. Kelson, Horace 
ird, Emerson Etheredge and Samuel E. Bridges, Represent- 
from Union Districts. For Dakota, J. D. S. Todd ; Nevada, 
Bennett ; Kcw-Mexico. John S. Watts, Delegates from said 
)ries. 



THE 



NEW-HAMPSHIRE 



MUAL REGISTER, 



UNITED STATES CALENDAR, 



FOR THE YEAR 



I V J i 



BY G. PARKER LYON. 



No. XL.XI.— No. XIX. New Series. 

earliest Register published was for 1772 ; and afterward 

now known to have been published) were for the years 

1787, '88, '89, '94, '95, '96, '97, '98, 1800, and annually 

since— making the aggregate of 72 numbers. 

The numbering commenced with 1822, 

—the New Series with 1845. 



COlSrCOKD : 
PUBLISHED BY G. PARKER LYON. 

PRINTED BT M'FARLAND & JE1TKS. 



Entered according to an act of Congress, in the year 1862, 

BY G. PARKER LYON, 

In the Clerk's office of the District Court of New-Hampshire. 



IND 

ents,U. S.— Pension, 161 

Assessors,. ...161 

Collectors,.. .161 

ipropriations (Legislative), 29 

torneys-at-Law, .35-39 

ylum for Insane, 135 

ard of Education, 133 

Dlical Institute, 135 

nks, 138-145 

ange of Officers, 34 

andler School, 135 

;y Officers, Manchester,.. "119 
" Portsmouth, ..120 

" Concord, 121 

" Nashua, 121 

" Dover, 122 

mmissioners of Schools, . .133 

18 Railroads, 150 

Banks, ...'.138 

u Insurance, 148 

" Pilots, 123 

mmissioners resident in 

New-Hampshire, 41 

In other States, 41-44 

urts, Supreme Judicial,. 30-31 

Probate '. 32-34 

U.S. District 160 

U. S. of Claims, 160 

*rks of Supreme Judicial, 30 

uncillors, vote of, 17 

unty Officers— 

Rockingham, 45 

Strafford,. 52 

Belknap,..., 56 

Carroll, 59 

Merrimack, 63 

Hillsborough, 09 

Cheshire, 76 

Sullivan, 80 

Grafton, 84 

Coos, 91 

unty Solicitors, 30 

urts, days of sitting, see 
Dal. pages, also law of,. .30-31 

irtmouth College, 134 

lipses for 1863, 4 

>vernment of N. H.,. 22 

Council, 22 

Senate, 22 

Representatives, 23 

Doorkeepers, 28 

rvernment of U. S., 159 

Senate of U.S., 162 

Representatives, 163 

storical Society, N. H.,. . . .136 

surance Companies, 148 

spector, of Flour, 123 



e x. 

Inspector of Hops. 123 

Inspector of Fish, 123 

Judiciary, Justices, 29 

Judges. Probate 32 

Judiciary, U. S., 160 

Literary Institutions, 134 

Militia of N. H., 95 

Medical Societies, 113 

Ministers in N. H., ... .104 

Ministers, Foreign, 161 

Notaries Public, 39-41 

Physicians, 114 

Post-Offices— Postmasters,. . .154 

Postage Laws, 158 

President's call for soldiers,. . 95 
Sharpshooters, leave 

Concord, 95 

Sixth Regiment, 96 

Seventh " 97 

Cavalry j. 98 

Eighth Regiment, 99 

Ninth " 100 

Tenth " 101 

Eleventh " 102 

Twelfth " 103 

Thirteenth " 165 

Fourteenth " 166 

Railroads, 150 

Registers, Probate, 32 

Savings Banks, 145 

Seats, choice of, 28 

Senators, state of the votes,. . 18 

Solicitors, 30 

State Institutions — 

Asylum for the Insane, 136 

House of Reformation, 137 

State Prison, 137 

States seceded, date of, 95 

Statistics— 7th Redment, 97 

5th " ....167 

Sheriffs— Coroners— Jailers— 

Rockingham, 51-52 

Strafford, 56 

Belknap, 59 

Carroll, 62 

Merrimack, 69 

Hillsborough, 76 

Cheshire, 80 

Sullivan, : 84 

Grafton, 90 

Coos, 94 

Teachers' Association, 133 

Traveling Fees, 28 

Town Police Courts, 123 

Town-Clerks, 124-132 

Votes for Governor, 124 



ECLIPSES IN 1863. 



There will be four Eclipses this year, two of the Sun and two o 
the Moon. 

I. The first will be of the Sun, May, 17th day, Oh. 8m. in th< 
afternoon, invisible at Concord, 'N. H., and throughout New 
England, but visible in the northern part of North America. Th< 
Moon's Lat. 58m. North descending, or tending South in Lat. 

The shade of the Eclipse first hits the earth in Lat. 32° 57' N., anc 
Long. 49° 37' W. of Washington, the Capital of the United States 

The greatest Eclipse will be in Lat. 69° 18' N., and Long. 156° 18 
W. of Washington, when 10| digits will be obscured by the Moon 

The Eclipse will end on the earth, in Long. 80° E. of Washing 
ton, and Lat. 47° 13' N. 

II. The second will be a total and visible Eclipse of the Moon 
June 1st, 6h. 47m. 58s. in the evening. 

Beginning of the Eclipse, 5h. 4m. 16s. Beginning of total dark- 
ness, 6h, 11m. 16s. Middle of the Eclipse, 6h. 44m. 16s. End o; 
the total Eclipse, 7h. 17m. 16s. End of the Eclipse, 8h. 24m. 16s. 
Duration of total Eclipse, lh. 6m. 0s. Whole duration, 3h. 20m. 
Os. Apparent time in the evening. 

III. The third will be an Annular Eclipse of the Sun, Nov. 11th. 
3h. 31m. in the morning. Apparent time; consequently invisible 
to us. Moon's Lat. 1° 2' S. decreasing. 

The Eclipse will first begin in Long. 67° 57' E. of Washington, 
and Lat. 23° S. The central Eclipse first begins in Long. 33° 43' E, 
of Washington, and Lat. 48^ S. Central Eclipse at Noon, Nov 
10th, 15h. 33m. in Long. 126° 31' E. of Washington, and Lat. 80 c 
33' S. 

The Eclipse ceases to be central on the earth in Long. 109° 59 ' W. 
of Washington, and Lat. 65° 11' §. The Eclipse ends on the earth. 
Nov. 10th, 16h. 19m., time at Washington, in Long. 157° 14' W. oi 
Washington, and Lat. 42° 30' S. 

IY. The fourth and last, during the year, will be a partial Eclipse 
of the Moon, Nov. 25th, 4h. 30m. in the morning. 

Beginning, 2h. 44m. 37s. Middle, 4h. 24m. 49s. End, 6h. 4m. 50s. 
Duration , 3h. 20m. 24s. Apparent time in the morning. 

Morning and Evening Star.— Venus will be the Evening 
Star until September 28th ; thence Morning Star till the end oi 
the year. 



CHRONOLOGICAL CYCLES FOR 1863. 

Letter, D I Epact, 

tnber, 2 Roman Indiction, .. 

Solar Cycle, 11 Julian Period, 6576 ■, 



863 .] JANUARY, 1st Month- 


-31 days. 5 


Length of Days. 


J h.m 


i>. 


H.M. 


Id. {h.m I|d. 


H.M. 


D. 


H.M. 


d.Ih.m.I Id.Ih.m.I d 


.Ih.m. 


19 C 


5 


9 .2 


1 919 7 113 


9 14 


17 


9 20 


2119 281 2519 361 29J9 44 


2|9 C 


6 


9 4 


11019 8||14 


9 16 


18 


9 22 


22|9 30||26|9 38 1 30|9 46 


319 2 


7 


9 4 


lll|9 10||15 


9 18 


11) 


9 24 


23i9 32||27|9 401 31|9 48 


4|9 2 


8 


9 6 


|12!9 12||l6j9 18 


20 


9 26 


24|9 34||28|9 42 1 




Moon's Changes, Fulls and Quarters. 


Full Moon, 4th day, lOh. 43m. in 


the evening. — S. 


<l Last Quarter, 12th day, 7h. 13m. in the evening. — N. 


9 New Moon, 19th day, llh. 6m. in 


the morning. — S. 


D First Quarter, 26th day, llh. 57m 


. in the morning. — E. 


Up 


Courts — Supreme Judicial, 
Probate, if. S. District. 


©«■. 


©«• 


r.®s. 


High 


h.m. 


h.m. 


h. m. 


water 


1 Th 




7 30 


4 30 


4 30 


9 17 


2Fri 




7 30 


4 30 


5 23 


10 2 


3Sa 




7 29 


4 31 


6 18 


10 51 


4Su 




7 29 


4 31 


rises. 


11 18 


5M 




7 29 


4 31 


5 21 


11 50 


6Tu 


- P. C. Keene, P. C. Dover, 


7 28 


4 32 


6 19 


morn. 


7 W 


P. C. Conway, P. C. Lancas- 


7 28 


4 32 


7 23 


21 


8Th 


ter, 


7 27 


4 33 


8 22 


54 


9Fri 


S. J. C, Trial, Manchester. 


7 27 


4 33 


9 29 


1 24 


OSa 




7 26 


4 34 


10 30 


1 59 


1 Su 




7 25 


4 35 


11 34 


2 34 


2M 




7 24 


4 36 


morn. 


3 21 


3Tu 


«{ P. C. Portsmouth. 
\ P. C.Exeter. 


7 23 


4 37 


44 


4 20 


i W 


7 22 


4 38 


1 55 


5 32 


5 Tb 




7 21 


4 39 


3 8 


7 6 


5Fri 




7 21 


4 39 


4 17 


8 29 


7 Sa 




7 20 


4 40 


5 26 


9 34 


3Su 


f S. J. C, Trial, Exeter, 


7 19 


4 41 


6 12 


10 27 


9M 


P. C. Gilford, 


7 18 


4 42 


sets. 


11 14 


3 Tu 


< P. C. Littleton, 


7 17 


4 43 


6 21 


11 56 


IW 


k P. C. Keene. 


7 16 


4 44 


7 37 


ev. 34 


2Th 




7 15 


4 45 


8 47 


1 9 


3Fri 




7 14 


4 46 


9 57 


1 48 


iSa 




7 13 


4 47 


11 5 


2 26 


) Su 


' S. J. C, Trial, Newport, 


7 12 


4 48 


morn. 


3 10 


)M 


P. C. Manchester, 


7 11 


4 49 


10 


4 


f Tu 


« P. C. Concord. 
\ P. C. Claremont. 


7 10 


4 50 


1 11 


5 7 


SW 


7 9 


4 51 


2 11 


6 2 


)Th 




7 8 


4 52 


3 8 


7 37 


)Fri 


■{ P. C. Hillsborough Bridge. 


7 7 


4 53 


4 1 


8 40 


Sa 




7 5 


4 55 


4 38 


9 29 



FEBRUARY, 2d Month— 28 days. [1863. 



Length of Days. 



d.|h. m. 


D. 


H.M. 


11 9 52 


5 


10 2 


2 9 54 


6 


10 4 


31 9 58 


7 


10 8 


4|10 


8 


10 10 



|d.|h. m.||d. H.M. I 
I 9 10 12 113110 22 1 
10110 14 14 1 10 24| 
11110 16,115110 



1 12 ! 10 20||16|10 30||20| 



H.M. 

10 34 
10 38 
10 40 
10 42 



D.JH.M.I |D.|H,M. 

21 1 10 46| 25 10 56 

22 10 48||26il0 58 ! 

23 10 50i|27|ll 2 i 
24,10 52j|28,ll 4 



Moon's Changes, Fulls and Quarters. 

O Full Moon, 3d day, 5h. 27m. in the evening. — E. 
d Last Quarter, 11th day, 5h. 48m. in the morning.— S. 
® New Moon, 17th day, lOh. 8m. in the evening. — N. W. 
D First Quarter, 25th day, 7h. 50m. in the morning. — N. E. 



g 


i 


Courts — Supreme Judicial, 


©r. 


©s- 


r.@s. 


High 


ft 


fi 


Probate, U. S. District. 


h.m. 


h. m. 


h. m. 


water. 


1 


Su 




7 4 


4 56 


5 21 


10 10 


2 


M 


f S.J. C.,Trial, Concord, P.O. 


7 3 


4 47 


5 57 


L0 47 


3 


Tu 


<j Keene, P. C. Somersworth, 


7 1 


4 49 


6 29 


11 27 


4 


W 


[ P. C. Tarn worth. 


6 


5 


7 1 


11 54 


5 


Th 




6 59 


5 1 


rises. 


morn. 


6 


Fri 




6 58 


5 2 


8 16 


24 


7 


Sa 




6 56 


5 4 


9 21 


55 


8 


Su 




6 55 


5 5 


10 27 


1 35 


9 


M 




6 54 


5 6 


11 37 


2 7 


10 


Tu 


<( S. J. C, Trial, Dover. 


6 53 


5 7 


morn. 


2 51 


11 


W 




6 52 


5 8 


47 


3 43 


12 


Th 




6 50 


5 10 


1 53 


5 7 


13 


Fri 




6 49 


5 11 


3 4 


6 40 


14 


Sa 




6 48 


5 12 


3 53 


8 10 


15 


Su 




6 46 


5 14 


4 44 


9 17 


16 


M 


f P. C. Gilford, P. C. Keene, 


6 45 


5 15 


5 27 


10 9 


17 


Tu 


-{ P. C. Wentworth. 


6 43 


5 17 


sets. 


10 54 


18 


W 


{ P. C. Exeter. 


6 42 


5 18 


6 22 


11 32 


19 


Th 




6 40 


5 20 


7 34 


ev. 8 


20 


Fri 




6 39 


5 21 


8 43 


44 


21 


Sa 




6 37 


5 23 


9 51 


1 20 


22 


Su 




6 36 


5 24 


10 56 


1 56 


23 


M 




6 35 


5 25 


11 58 


2 38 


24 


Tu 


^ P. C. Concord, P. C. Nashua. 
\ P. C. Newport. 


6 33 


5 27 


55 


3 25 


25 


W 


6 32 


5 28 


1 50 


4 26 


26 


Th 




6 31 


5 29 


2 32 


5 32 


27 


Fri 


{ P. C. Amherst. 


6 29 


5 31 


3 17 6 53 


28 


Sa 




6 28 


5 32 


3 51 7 57 



63. 



MARCH, 3d Month— 31 days. 



Length of Days. 



H. M. D. H. M.l D. H. M. 
11 8|| 6|11 24||ll|ll 38, 

11 1211 7|11 26| 1 12111 40 
11 14 j 8(11 28| 13 11 44 

11 1811 9111 321114111 48 
11 20| 10 11 36 |15|11 50 



D. 


H. M.l 


d.Ih. M.l Id. |h. m.I 


16 


11 54 


21|12 6||26|12 20| 


17 


11 56| 


22112 101 127112 24 


18 


11 58 1 


23 12 12 28 12 26 


19 


12 01 124'| 12 161 129|12 30 


20 


12 4| 


25|12 18||30|l2 32 



Moon's Changes , Fulls and Quarters. 
) Eull Moon, 5th day, 9h. 50m. in the morning. — N. W. 

Last Quarter, 12th day, 2h. lm. in the evening. — N. W. 
) New Moon, 19th day, 9h. 45m. in the morning. — S. E. 

First Quarte r, 27th clay, 4h. 7m. in the morning. — N. W. 



Courts — Supreme Judicial, 
Probate, U. S. District. 



©r. 
h.m 



©s. 
h. 



s. High 
h. m. water. 



' P. C. Dover, P. C. Ossipee 
| Corner, P. C. Keene, P. G 

Lancaster. 



' Annual Town-Meeting in 
New- Hampshire. 



f U. S. D. C. Portsmouth, P, 
1 C. Portsmouth, P. C. Lisbon, 

P. C. Gilford, P. C, Keene. 

P. C. Exeter. 



f S. J. C, Trial, Haverhill. 
| S.J. C, Trial, Gilford, P.O. 
\ Concord, P. C. Manchester. 
\ P. C. Claremont. 

\ P. C. Mason Village. 



5 34 

5 36 

5 37 

5 39 

5 40 

5 42 

43 

44 

46 

47 

49 

50 

52 

54 

55 

57 

58 

59 





3 51 

4 28 

5 
5 27 
rises. 

7 15 

8 23 

9 33 

10 41 

11 52 
morn. 

58 



9 
10 
6 12 
6 13 
6 15 
6 16 
6 18 



1 
2 
3 
4 
4 
5 
sets. 

7 35 

8 43 

9 47 

10 48 

11 46 
morn. 

38 

1 19 

1 59 

2 33 

3 4 
3 32 



8 58 

9 44 
10 21 

10 58 

11 31 
morn. 

7 
39 
14 
56 
44 
45 
1 
34 
59 
9 



1 
1 
2 
3 
5 
6 
7 
9 
10 1 

10 38 

11 13 
11 48 
ev. 24 





38 
17 

1 
54 
55 

8 

27 



8 24 

9 12 



8 APRIL, 4th Month— 30 days. [1863. 


Length of Days. 




d.Ih. m. 
1|12 40 
2J12 42 
3 12 46 
412 48 1 
5|12 501 


D. 

6 
7 
8 
9 
10 


H. M. 

12 52 
12 54 

12 58 

13 
13 4 


D. 
11 

12 
13 

14 
15 


H. M. 

13 8 
13 10 
13 14 
13 16 

13 20 


D. 

16 
17 

18 
19 
20 


H. M. 

13 22 
13 24 
13 28 
13 30 
13 32 


d.Ih. m. 
21 ! 13 36 
22113 38 
23|13 40 
24113 42 
25|13 46 


Id. 
26 
.27 
SB 
29 
30 


H. M.j 

13 48 
13 50 
13 54 
13 56 
13 58 





Moon's Changes, Fulls and Quarters. 
O Full Moon, 3d day, llh. 21m. in the evening.— S. 
d Last Quarter, 10th day, 8h. 37m. in the evening. — N. E. 
© New Moon, 17th day, lOh. 21m. in the evening.— N. W. 
D First Quarter, 28th day, llh. 26m. in the evening. — W. 



Courts — Supreme Judicial, 
Probate, U. S. District. 



©r.|©s. 
h.m. h.m. 



r.@s, 
h. m.! 



High 

water, 



f P. C. Farmington, P. C.Con 
■{ way, P. C. Keene. 
-{ P. C. Exeter. 



{ S. J. C, Trial, Exeter. 



f S. J. C, Trial, Ossipee, S 
i J. C, Trial, Keene, P.O. Gil 

ford, P. C. Haverhill, P. C, 

Keene. 



f S. J. C, Trial, Lancaster, P. 
-j C. Concord, P. C. Nashua. 
\ P. C. Newport. 



40 



39 
38 
36 
35 
34 
5 32 
5 31 
30 
28 
26 
25 
23 



5 22 



20 

21 

22 

24 

25 

26 

28 

6 29 

6 30 

6 32 

6 34 

6 35 

6 37 

6 38 

6 40 

6 41 

6 42 

6 44 

6 45 

6 46 

6 48 

6 49 

6 50 

6 51 

6 53 

6 54 

6 55 

6 57 

6 58 

6 59 



4 
4 28 
rises. 

7 27 

8 38 

9 50 
10 56 
morn, 

2 
47 



34 
13 
46 
15 
45 
15 
sets 

7 39 

8 44 

9 41 

10 35 

11 1 
morn. 

2 

38 

1 9 

1 39 

2 6 

2 33 

3 



9 57 

10 36 

11 13 
11 50 
mora. 

27 

1 10 

1 55 

2 46 



3 46 

5 1 

6 28 

7 45 

8 4' 

9 38 
10 18 

10 56 

11 32 
ev. 9 

47 

1 21 



59 
41 
27 
23 
25 
34 
41 

8 44 

9 30 



MAY, 5th Month— 31 days. 



Length of Days. 



Id.Ih. 


M. 


114 


2 


2(14 


A 


3|14 


6 


4114 


8 


| 5|l4 10 



|d.|h. m.||d. 


H. M. 


|d.|h. m.I 


D.IH. M. |D.|H. M.| 


1 6)14 I8| 111 


14 24 


16 14 36 J 


21(14 46||26|l4 54| 


1 7114 161 1 12 


14 26 


17114 381 


22jl4 48 1 27 14 561 


8|14 18 13 


14 30 


|18|14 40 | 


23 14 50 1 28 1 J 4 58| 


| 9114 20 j { 14 


14 32 


1 19)14 42| 


24] 14 52! |29.14 58! 


jj.0|l4 22||15 


14 34 


|20|l4 44 1 


25 14 54 |30'J5 



Moon's Changes, Fulls and Quarters. 
) Full Moon, 3d day, lOh. 11m. in the morning. — N. W. 
[ Last Quarter, 10th day, 2h. 35m. in the morning. — N. E. 
| New Moon, 11th day, Oh. 8m. in the evening. — N. W. 
) First Quarter, 25th day, 4h. lm. in the evening. — S. E. 



Courts — Supreme Judicial, 
Probate, U. S. District. 



©r.©s. 
h.m.h.m 



High 

h. m. water. 



■{ P. C. Francestown. 



f S. J. C, Trial, Amherst, P. 
■{ C. Tam worth, P. C. Keene, 
( P. C. Dover, P. C. Lancaster. 

^ U. S. C. Court, Portsmouth. 



P. C. Portsmouth. 
P. C. Exeter. 



f S. J. C, Trial, Plymouth, P. 
| C. Keene, P. C. Gilford, P. 
^ C. Plymouth, P. C. Plaistow. 
<( P. C. Deny. 
{ P. C. Chester. 
i P. C. Deerfield. 



f R C. Concord, P. C. Man- 

■l Chester. 

\ P. C. Claremont. 

■{ P. C. Peterborough. 



59j7 

587 



57 
56 
55 
54 
52 
51 
50 
49 
487 
477 
457 
447 
437 
427 18 
41 7 19 
407 20 
397 21 
387 22 
37j7 23 
367 24 
357 25 
347 26 
33J7 27 
33j7 27 
32 7 28 
31 7 29 
317 29 
30 7 30 



4 

rises. 

8 47 

9 56 

10 47 

11 31 
morn. 

24 
54 



sets. 

8 29 

9 18 
9 50 

10 38 

11 12 
11 45 
morn. 

7 
33 



9 7 31 



10 14 

10 55 

11 38 
morn. 

26 



6 
52 
42 
44 
34 
58 
15 

8 18 

9 12 
9 58 

10 30 

11 16 
11 58 



ev. 
1 
1 
2 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 

8 58 

9 51 
10 41 



10 



JUNE, 6th Month— 30 days. 



[1863. 



Length of Days. 



H. M.| 

15 4 

15 6 

15 6 

15 8 

15 8 



H. M. 

15 10 
15 10 
15 10 
15 12 
15 12 



15 12| 
15 141 
15 14 
15 141 
15 14 



d.Ih. m.| 
J6|15 14 1 
17(15 16 
18|l5 16 
19115 16i 
20 1 15 16| 



d.Jh. m.I 
2f)l5 16| 


D. 


H. M. 


•26 


15 16 


22115 161 


27 


15 14 


23|15 16| 


28 


15 14 


24115 161 


29 


15 14 


25 15 16! 


30 


J5 14 



Moon's Changes, Fulls and Quarters. 
O Full Moon, 1st day, 6h. 40m. in the evening. — E. 
d Last Quarter, 8th day, 9h. 7m. in the morning.- — S. W. 
<|| New Moon, 16th day, 2h. 52m. in the morning. — N. E. 
D First Quarter, 24th day, 5h. 45m. in the morning. — N. 



a a 



Courts — Supreme Judicial, 
Probate. U. S. District. 



h.m 



©s. 
h.m 



r.@s. 
h. m. 



High 
water. 



liM 



14 Su 
15M 



S. J. C, Law, Manchester, 
P. C. Somersworth, P. C. 
Keene, P. C. Ossipee Corner 



■{ P. C. Exeter, 



S. J. C., Law, Exeter, U.S. D. 
1 Court, Exeter, P. C. Keene, 
1 P. C. Gilford, P. C. Canaan. 



4 24 



7 
7 

7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 37 



<j P. C. Concord, P. C. Nashua. 
«{ P. C. Newport. 

<{ P. C Amherst. 



4 22 
4 22 
4 22 
4 22 
4 22 
4 22 
4 23 
4 23 
4 23 



11 27 

morn 

12 

59 

1 37 

2 26 

3 13 

4 5 

5 11 

6 28 

7 45 

8 43 

9 22 
10 10 

10 50 

11 28 
ev. 7 

38 

1 7 

1 41 

2 16 

2 56 

3 40 

4 35 

5 43 

7 7 

8 24 

9 27 
10 20 



rises. 

8 34 

9 28 
10 14 

10 54 

11 23 
11 55 
morn. 

25 

43 

1 17 

1 49 

2 26 

3 3 
3 46 
sets 

8 36 

9 10 
9 40 

10 7 

10 33 

11 
11 23 
11 51 
morn. 

21 

56 

1 38 

2 27 

3 2411 12j 



363.1 



JULY, 7th Month— 31 days. 



Length of Days. 



d.Ih. m.I 


i). 


H. M. 


JD.JH. M. 


D. 


H. M.I 


d.Ih. m. 


|d.|h. m. 


1|15 14 


6 


15 10 


11|15 4 


16|14 58 1 


2l|l4 48 


126 14 40 


2115 14 i 


7 


15 10 


12115 4 


17 


14 561 


22114 46 


1 27 1 14 38 


3J15 121 


8 


15 8 


13|l5 2 


18 


14 56 1 


23ll4 44 


|28 14 36 


4115 121 


9 


15 8 


14115 


19 


14 541 


24114 44 


129114 34 


5|l5 12JJ10 


15 6 


15115 


2!) 


14 52|I25|14 42 


|30|14 32 i 



Moon's Changes, Fulls and Quarters. 
3 Full Moon, 1st day, Ih. 59m. in the morning.— S. W. 
C Last Quarter, 7th day, 5h. 40m. in the evening. — N. 
( New Moon, 15th day, 6h. 3m. in the evening. — W. 
p First Quarter, 23d day, 4h. 42m. in the evening. — S. 



Courts — Supreme Judicial, 

Probate, U. S. District. 



a. m, 



h.m, 



r.®s, 
h. m 



High 

water. 



<j S.J. C, Law, Newport, P. C. 
| Conway, P. C. Keene, P. C. 
( Rochester, P. C. Lancaster. 



<{ P. C. Portsmouth., 
{ R C. Exeter. 



' S. J. C, Law, Lancaster, P. 
| C. Keene, P. C. Gilford, P. 
C. Bristol. 



fP. C. Concord, P. C. Man- 

1 Chester. 

\ P. C. Claremont. 

■{ P. C. Fra ncestown. 



23 
23 
24 
24 
24 
25 
25 
26 
26 
27 
28 
28 
29 
30 
30 
31 
32 

4 32 

4 33 

4 

4 

4 



7 

7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
34|7 
367 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 



37 
38 
4 38 
4 39 
4 40 
4 41 
4 42 
4 43 
4 44 
4 45 



rises. 

8 43 

9 18 
9 49 

10 13 

10 48 

11 17 
11 46 
morn. 

22 

58 

1 40 

2 21 

3 24 
sets. 

7 37 

8 6 

8 33 

9 7 
9 23 
9 56 

10 16 

10 51 

11 29 
morn. 

11 

1 2 

2 14 

3 28 
rises. 
7 4 



11 56 
morn. 



39 
18 

59] 

43 

so; 

26 

5 33 

6 53 

8 2 

9 2 
9 50 

10 31 
11 

11 38 
ev. 20 

41 

1 12 

1 44 

2 24 



10 55 

11 49 
morn. 



12 



AUGUST, 8th Month— 31 days. [1863. j 



Length of Days. 



d.Ih. m. 


|D. 


H. M. 


d.Ih. m. 


Id.ih. m.I |d.|h. m. 


|d.|h. m.I 


1|14 28 


j 6|14 16 


11|14 6 


16|13 52| |2l| 13 40 


|26|13 26| 


2J14 26 


1 7 14 14 


12114 4 


17113 50 32113 38 


127 13 24 


3|14 22 


8 


14 12 


13,14 


18|l3 48||23|l3 34 


28|l3 221 


4 14 20 


9 


14 10 


14113 58 


19113 46M24 13 32 


|29|13 18 1 


5 14 18 


10 


14 8 


15 13 56 


20|l3 44||25|13 28 


|30| 13 16| 



Moon's Changes, Fulls and Quarters. 
<[ Last Quarter, 6th day, 5h. 15m. in the morning. — S. 
New Moon, 14th day, 9h. 14m. in the morning. — S. E. 
D First Quarter, 22d day, Ih. 32m. in the morning. — N. W. 
Q Full Moon, 28th day, 4h. 10m. in the evening.— N. E. | 



Courts— Supreme Judicial, 
Probate, U. S. District. 



©*■ 


Q'S. 


r.@s. 


High 


h. m. 


h. m. 


h. m. 


water. 


4 46 


7 14 


8 8 


20 


4 47 


7 13 


8 37 


47 


4 49 


7 11 


9 9 


1 27 


4 50 


7 10 


9 40 


2 7 


4 51 


7 9 


10 15 


2 52 


4 52 


7 8 


10 46 


3 43 


4 53 


7 7 


11 30 


4 47 


4 54 


7 6 


morn. 


5 57 


4 55 


7 5 


16 


7 17 


4 56 


7 4 


1 11 


8 23 


4 57 


7 3 


2 3 


9 15 


4 58 


7 2 


3 2 


10 1 


5 


7 


4 


10 37 


5 1 


6 59 


sets. 


11 11 


5 2 


6 58 


7 


11 41 


5 3 


6 57 


7 24 


ev. 13 


5 5 


6 55 


7 48 


42 


5 6 


6 54 


8 19 


1 14 


5 7 


6 53 


8 45 


1 51 


5 8 


6 52 


9 18 


2 28 


5 10 


6 50 


9 57 


3 16 


5 11 


6 49 


10 44 


4 20 


5 13 


6 47 


11 37 


5 43 


5 14 


6 46 


morn. 


7 20 


5 16 6 44 


48 


8 40 


5 17 6 43 


2 2 


9 41 


5 18 6 42 


3 17 


10 28 


5 19 6 41 


rises. 


11 10 


5 21 6 39 


6 31 


11 48 


5 2216 38 


7 2 , morn. 


5 24 


6 36 


7 34 


25 



f P. C. Tamworth, P. C Plais- 

I tow, P. C. Keene, P. C. Do- 

\ ver. 

\ P. C. Berry. 

\ P. C. Chester. 

\ P. C. Deerfield. 



\ P. C. Exeter. 



S.J. C, Trial, Concord, P. C. 
1 Gilford, P. C. Wentworth, 
1 P. C. Keene. 



-j P. C. Concord, P. C. Nashua, 
\ P. C. Newport. 

\ P. C. Peterborough. 



63.J SEPTEMBER, 9th Month— 30 days. 13 

Length of Days. 



|d.|h. m.I 


d.Ih. m.I 


d.Ih. m.I 


d.Ih. m. 


Id.Ih. m. 


|d.|h. m.|| 


1 1|13 lf)| 


6|l2 56 1 


11|12 42 1 


16|12 26 


2l|l2 14 


26|ll 58|| 


1 2113 61 


7(12 521 


12112 40, 


17112 24 


22112 8 


27111 544 


1 3 13 4| 


8|12 50 


13 Il3 36 1 


18 12 20 


23|I2 6 


28 11 52 1| 


1 4113 01 


9112 481 


14112 321 


19112 18 


24112 41 


29111 501 ! 


| 5|l2 58||10|12 44|jl5|l2 30 1 


20|l2 14 


25 12 


30|11 46|| 



Moon's Changes, Fulls and Quarters. 

Last Quarter, 4th day, 8h. 26m. in the evening. — N. E. 
) New Moon, 12th day, Oh. 2m. in the morning.— N. 

First Quarter, 20th day, 8h. 55m. in the morning. — N. E. 
) Full Moon, 27th day, lh. 27m. in the morning. — S. 



Courts — Supreme Judicial, 
Probate, U. S. District. 



Or. 
h. 



h 



r.@; 
h. m. 



High 
water. 



<j S. J. C, Trial, Dover, S. J. 
C, Trial, Nashua, S. J. C., 
Trial, Newport, P. C. Ossi- 
pee Corner, P. C. Farming- 
ton, P. C Keene, P. C. Cole- 
brook. 

-{ P. C. Portsmouth. 
{ P. C. Exeter. 



U. S. D. C. Portsmouth, P. 
\ C. Gilford, P. C. Keene, P. 
C. Lisbon. 



fS. J. C, Trial, Haverhill, 
| S. J. C, Trial, Gilford, P. C. 
■{ Concord, P. C. Manchester. 



25|6 35 

27 6 33 



i P. C. Amherst. 



28 
30 
31 
32 
34 
35 
36 
38 
39 
40 
42 
44 
45 
47 
48 
50 
51 
53 
54 
56 
57 
6 58 
6 



N P. C. Claremont. 



6 24 
6 22 
6 21 
6 20 
6 1 
6 16 
6 15 
6 13 



8 26 
9 

9 44 

10 25 

11 21 
morn. 

13 

1 9 

2 6 

3 3 

4 14 
sets. 
6 

6 37 

7 4 

7 43 

8 21 

9 8 

10 2 

11 8 
morn. 

10 

1 26 

2 42 

3 56 

5 9 
rises. 

6 31 

7 7 
7 45 



5 
56 
37 
26 
24 
36 
56 
8 1 

8 56 

9 47 
10 IS 

10 46 

11 28 
11 58 
ev. 31 



9 
49 
33 
39 
40 

6 9 

7 38 

8 57 

9 45 

10 28 

11 9 
11 46 
ev. 23 

20 

1 O 



14 OCTOBER, 10th Month— 31 days. [1863. 


Length of Days. 




Id.Ih. M.I 


D. 


H. M. 


D.JH. M. 


D. 


H. M. 


D. 


H. M. D. H. M. 






l|ll 44 1 


6 


11 28 


lllll 16 


16 


U 


21 


10 46 26 10 30 






1 2111 401 


7 


11 26 


12111 14 


17 


10 58 


22 


10 42 27 10 28 






1 3 11 38 1 


8 


11 24 


13111 10 


18 


10 54 


23 


10 40 28 10 26 






4|11 341 


9 


11 20 


14111 6 


19J10 52 


24 


10 36 29 10 24 




| 5jll 32| 


10 


11 18 


15 |ll 4 


20|l0 48 


25 


10 34 30 10 20 




Moon's Changes, Fulls and Quarters. 


d Last Quarter, 4th day, 2h. 48m. in the evening.— N. W. 


@ New Moon, 12th day, 2h. 11m. in the evening. — S. W. 


D First Quarter, 19th day, 3h. 37m. in the evening. — S. E. 


O Full Moon, 26th day, lh. 27m. in the evening.— N. 


* 


£ 


Courts — Supreme Judicial, 


©r. 


3s. 


r.®s. 


High 


ft 


A 


Probate, U. S. District. 


ti.m. 


ti.m. 


h. m. 


water. 


1 


Th 




6 8 


5 52 


8 30 


1 41 


2 


Fri 




6 10 


5 50 


9 13 


2 8 


3 


Sa 




6 11 


5 49 


10 14 


3 10 


4 


Su 




6 13 


5 47 


11 9 


4 


5 


M 


f P. C. Dover, P. C. Conway, 
\ P. C. Keene. 


6 14 


5 46 morn. 


5 6 


6 


Tu 


6 16 


5 44 


6 


6 17 


7 


W 




6 17 


5 43 


1 4 


7 27 


8 


Th 


\ U. S. C. Court, Exeter. 


6 18 


5 42 


2 3 


8 24 


9 


Fri 




6 20 


5 40 


2 53 


9 16 


10 


Sa 




6 21 


5 39 


4 3 


9 56 


11 


Su 




6 22 


5 38 


5 11 


10 36 


12 


M 




6 23 


5 37 


sets. 


11 6 


13 


Tu 




6 25 


5 35 


5 50 


11 46 


14 


W 


\ P. C. Exeter. 


6 27 


5 33 


6 31 


ev. 24 


15 


Th 




6 28 


5 32 


7 13 


1 1 


16 


Fri 




6 30 


5 30 


8 5 


1 46 


17 


Sa 




6 31 


5 29 


9 8 


2 33 


18 


Su 


' S. J C, Trial, Ossipee, S. J. 


6 33 


5 27 


10 14 


3 30 


19 


M 


C, Trial, Portsmouth, S. J. 


6 34 


5 26 


11 25 


4 38 


20 


Tu 


- C, Trial, Keene, P. C. Gil- 


6 36 


5 24 


morn. 


6 1 


21 


W 


ford, P. C. Haverhill, P. C 


6 37 


5 23 


36 


7 25 


22 


Th 


. Keene. 


6 39 


5 21 


1 51 


8 33 1 


23 


Fri 




6 40 


5 20 


3 1 


9 27 


24 


Sa 




6 42 


5 18 


4 11 


10 10 


25 


Su 




6 43 


5 17 


5 21 


10 53 


26 


M 




6 45 


5 15 


rises. 


11 31 


27 


Tu 


\ P.O. Concord, P. C. Nashua. 


6 46 


5 14 


5 47 


morn 


28 


W 


{ P. C. Newport. 


6 47 


5 13 


6 29 


17 


29 


T!i 




6 48 


5 12 


7 17 


52, 


30 


Fri 


\ P. C. Francestown. 


6 50 


5 10 


8 11 


1 21! 


31 


Sa 




6 51 


5 9 


9 4 


2 f 



63.1 NOVEMBER, 11th Month— 30 days. 



15 



Length of Days. 



D. 


H. M. 


d.Ih. M.i 


D. 


H. M.I 


Id. 


H. M. 


|d. 


h. m.I Id. 


H. M. 


1 


10 16 


fillO 4 


11 


9 50 


16 


9 88 


21 


9 28||26j9 20 


2 


10 14 


7110 01 


12 


9 48 


17 


9 36 


■22 


9 261 27 9 18 


3 


10 12 


8|9 58| 


13 


9 44 


18 


9 34 


23 


9 24 1 128 


9 16 


4 


10 8, 


919 561 


14 


9 42 


19 


9 32 


24 


9 221 29 


9 14 


5 


10 6 


10|9 54 1 


15 


9 40 


|S0 


9 30 


25 


9 20| 30 


9 14 



Moon's Changes, Fulls and Quarters. 

Last Quarter, 3d day, llh. 6m. in the morning. — W. 
) New Moon, 11th day, 3h. 31m. in the morning. — N. E. 

First Quarter, 17th day, lOh. 36m. in the evening. — W. 
) Ful l Moo n, 25th day, 4h. 30m. in the morning.— S. W. 



Courts — Supreme Judicial, 
Probate, U. S. District. 



h. m, 



©*• 
h.m, 



r.®s 
h. m. 



High 
water. 



f S. J. C, Trial, Lancaster, P. C. 
Keene, P. C. Lancaster, P. C. 
j Somersworth, P. C. Tamworth 
1 P. C. Portsmouth. 



\r. 



C. Exeter. 



-j P. C. Keene, P.C. Plymouth, 
I P.O. Gilford. 



f P. C. Concord, P. C. Man- 

-j Chester. 

\ P. C. Claremont. 

\ P. C. Mason Village. 



16 52 
! 6 53 
6 54 
6 56 

6 57 

6 58 

7 



9 5S 


2 40 


10 5S 


3 32 


11 56 


4 25 


morn 


5 21 


O 54 


6 36 


1 52 


7 34 


2 54 


8 34 


4 


9 27 


5 6 


10 8 


6 15 


10 50 


sets. 


11 30 


6 1 


ev. 12 


7 2 


54 


8 6 


1 38 


9 17 


2 25 


10 28 


3 16 


11 42 


4 17 


morn. 


5 30 


O 52 


6 48 


2 1 


7 59 


3 9 


8 59 


4 14 


9 48 


5 23 


10 30 


6 25 


11 9 


rises. 


11 47 


5 54 


morn. 


6 50 


18 


7 46 


58 


8 44 


1 39 


9 34 


2 7 



16 



DECEMBER, 12th Month— 31 days. [1863. 



Length of Days. 



l|9 12 
219 10 
3|9 8 

4|9 6 



d.|h.m. 



H.M.I 

9 
9 
9 



12858! 



d.Ih.m. 
*~ 8 58 

8 58 
8 58 
8 56 



H.M.| 

8 561 

8 56| 



d.|h.m. 

2118 56 
22|8 56 
23 8 56 
24,8 56 



|d.|h.m.| Id.Ih.m. 

25|8 58||29j8 58 
|26|8 58||30|8 58 
|27|8 58||31i9 

28|8 58 | 1 



Moon's Changes y Fulls and Quarters, 
d Last Quarter, 3d day, 7h. 40m. in the morning. — S. W. 
@ New Moon, 10th day, 3h. 46m. in the evening.— N. E. 
D First Quarter, 17th day, 7h. 6m. in the morning. — N. 
O Full Moon, 24th day, lOh. 6m. in the evening^— S. E. 



ft ft 



Courts — Supreme Judicial, 
Probate, U. S. District. 



h.m. 



h.m 



h. m. 



High 
water. 



Tu 
W 

Th 
Fri 

Sa 

Su 

M 

Tu 

W 

Th 

Fri 

Sa 

Su 

M 

Tu 

W 

Th 

Fri 

Sa 

Su 

M 

Tu 

W 

Th 

Fri 

Sa 

Su 

M 

Tu 

W 

Th 



■{ S. J. C, Law, Concord, P. C. 
j Ossipee Corner, P. C. Plaistow, 
\ P. C. Rochester, P. C. Keene. 
\ P. C. Chester, 
i P. C. Deerfield. 
P. C Derry, Wednesday 2d. 



f TJ. S. D. C. Exeter, P. C. 
| Keene, P. C. Canaan, P. C. 
-{ Gilford, S. J. C.,Law, Dover. 
\ P. C. Exeter, 



' P. C. Concord, P. C. Nashua, 
S. J. C, Law, Keene, U. S. 
{ D. C.Exeter. 



\ P. C. Amherst. 



S. J. C, Law, Haverhill. 
P. C. Newport. 



24 
25 
7 26 
27 
28 
28 
29 
29 
30 
30 
30 
31 
31 
31 
31 
32 
32 
32 
32 
32 
32 
32 
32 
32 
32 
32 
31 
31 
31 
31 
30 



10 43 

11 35 
morn. 

33 



38 
41 
46 
55 
5 
sets 

5 50 

6 52 

8 3 

9 22 

10 31 

11 43 
morn. 

52 

1 58 

3 3 

4 8 

5 8 

6 6 
rises 

5 23 

6 1 

7 16 

8 15 

9 12 

10 9 

11 5 



2 45 

3 37 

4 19 

5 18 

6 28 

7 35 

8 46 

9 24 

10 20 

11 14 
11 54 
ev. 39 



8 19 

9 15 
10 1 

10 42 

11 22 
11 53 
morn. 

28 

1 2 

1 36 

2 6 
2 46 






cial state of the votes reported for Councillors, Sena- 
ors, and Railroad Commissioner, for 1862-3. 
COUNCIL DISTRICTS. 

Official state of the vote given for Councillors in 

2 : 

)istrict No. 1, contains the County of Rockingham ; 
enstown, Bow, Canterbury, Chichester, Concord, 
&om, Loudon, Northfield, Pembroke and Pittsfield, 
;he County of Merrimack. 

¥hole number of votes returned, , 13702 

Necessary to a choice, ,..,... 6852 

Jonsidered as scattering, , 10 

reorge A. Pillsbury had 6600 

tichard P. J. Tenney had 7192 

Hstrict No. 2. The Counties of Strafford, Belknap 
L Carroll : 

Vhole number of votes returned, 13444 

Necessary to a choice, 6723 

Considered as scattering,... 13 

loulton H. Marston had.. 6596 

)liver Wyatt had , 6835 

district No. 3. The County of Hillsborough ; An- 
rer, Boscawen, Bradford, Dunbarton, Franklin, Hen- 
:er, Hooksett, Hopkinton, Newbury, New-London, 
isbury, Sutton, "Warner and Wilmot, in the County 
Merrimack : 

AHiole number of votes returned, 14615 

Necessary to a choice, ... ,., 7308 

Considered as scattering, 432 

lorace Chase had 6693 

)liver Pillsbury had 7490 



18 STATISTICS. 

District No. 4. The Counties of Cheshire and Sullivan : 

Whole number of votes returned, 9640 

Necessary to a choice, 4721 

Considered as scattering, 172 

Eleazer Jackson had 3863 

Charles F. Brooks had 5405 

District No. 5. The Counties of Grafton and Coos : 

"Whole number of votes returned, 11501 

Necessary to a choice, 5749 

Otis Savage had 1 

John W. Dodge had 1 

Barton G. Towne had 232 

Levi Parker had 5604 

Ethan Colby had 5659 

No choice made in No. 5. 



SENATOKIAL DISTKICTS. 

The official state of the vote as given for Senators, 
March, 1862 : 

District No. 1 contains Portsmouth, Gosport, Green- 
land, Hampton, Hampton-Falls, North-Hampton, New- 
market, South-Newmarket, Stratham, Eye, Seabrook, 
Newington and Newcastle : 

Whole number of votes returned, 3377 

Necessary to a choice, 1689 

Considered as scattering, 15 

Thomas G. Furber had 1460 

Wm. H. Y. Hackett had 1902 f 

District No. 2. Atkinson, Auburn, Brentwood, Can 
dia, Chester, Danville, Deerfield, Derry, East-KingstoD ( 
Epping, Exeter, Fremont, Hampstead, Kensingtor! 
Kingston, Londonderry, Newton, Nottingham, Plais; 
tow, Raymond, Salem, Sandown, South-Hampton an 
Windham : 

Whole number of votes returned, 5255 

Kecessary to a choice, 2628 j 

Considered as scattering, 17 

Alvah Wood had 2580 t 

Wm. C. Patten had 2658 l 



STATISTICS. 1 9 

Mstrict No.. 3. Manchester, Bedford, GofFstown, 
rrimack and Amherst: 

TVhole number of votes returned,. 3170 

Necessary to a choice, 1586 

Considered as scattering, * 4 

Andrew C. "Wallace had s 62 

Leonard C. French, 2d, had 1224 

saac W. Smith had 1880 

Mstrict No. 4. Concord, Bow, Hooksett, Allenstown, 
nbroke, Epsom, Chichester, Pittsfield, Loudon, Dun- 
ton, Boscawen, Canterbury and Northwood: 

TVhole number of votes returned, 5360 

Necessary to a choice, 2681 

Considered as scattering, 5 

ra Osgood had 2412 

)nslow Stearns had 2943 

Mstrict No. 5. Barrington, Dover, Durham, Lee, 
dbury, Bochester, Kollinsford, Somersworth, Straf- 
I and Farming ton : 

ftThole number of votes returned, 4617 

sFecessary to a choice, 2309 

Considered as scattering, 8 

rhomas Stackpole had.' 1992 

Charles A. Tufts had ...2617 

District No. 6. Albany, Brookfield, Conway, Eaton, 
ingham, Freedom, Moultonborough, Ossipee, Sand- 
3h, Tamworth, Tuftonborough, Wakefield, Wolf- 
-ough, Madison, Middleton, Milton, New-Durham, 
rnstead, Alton, Center-Harbor, Gilmanton, Gilford, 
;redith and Laconia: 

^¥hole number of votes returned, 7500 

Necessary to a choice, 3751 

Considered as scattering, 5 

Benjamin J. Cole had 3697 

fohn Wadleigh had 3798 



20 STATISTICS. 

District No. 7. Brookline, Mason, Hudson, Pelham, 
Nashua, Hollis, Milford, New-Ipswich, Temple, Sharon, 
, Wilton and Litchfield : 

Whole number of votes returned, 3938 

Necessary to a choice, 1970 

Considered as scattering, 28 

Elbridge G. Cutter had 1822 

Leonard Chase had 2088 

District No. 8. Henniker, Hopkinton, Bradford, 
Warner, Newbury, Sutton, Salisbury, Antrim, Ben- 
nington, Deering, Francestown, Greenfield, Hancock, . 
Hillsborough, Lyndeborough, Mont-Yernon, New-Bos- 
ton, Peterborough, Weare and Windsor : 

Whole number of votes returned, 5269 

Necessary to a choice, 2635 

Considered as scattering, 21 

James E. Briggs had 2598 

John Burnham had 2650 

District No. 9. Chesterfield, Dublin, Eitzwilliam, 
Gilsum, Hinsdale, Jafirey, Xeene, Marlborough, Nelson, 1 
Kichmond, Kindge, Boxbury, Stoddard, Sullivan, Surry, 
Swanzey, Troy, Westmoreland and Winchester : 

Whole number of votes returned, 4423 

Necessary to a choice, , 2212 

Considered as scattering, 2 

David L. M. Comings had 1631 

John J. Allen, Jr., had 2790 | 

District No. 10. All of Sullivan County, and the 
towns of Alstead, Marlow and Walpole : 

Whole number of votes returned, 4935 j 

Necessary to a choice, 2468 

Considered as scattering, 353 

Jonas Livingston had 2087 

Lemuel P. Cooper had : ...2195 

District No. 11. Lebanon, Enfield, Grafton, Hill.) 
Danbury, Alexandria, Bristol, Bridgewater, Hebron,' 



STATISTICS. 21 

■ange, Canaan, Hanover, Lyme, Dorchester, Groton, 
ymouth, New-London, Wilmot, Andover, Franklin, 
)rthfield, Sanbornton and New-Hampton : 

Whole number of votes returned, 6255 

Necessary to a choice, 3128 

Considered as scattering, 12 

William C. Smith had 96 

Alexander H. Tilton had 2825 

Cyrus Adams had 3322 

District No. 12. All the towns in Coos County, and 
>se in Grafton and Carroll not included in any other 
trict : 

Whole number of votes returned,.... 7911 

Necessary to a choice, 3956 

Jonsidered as scattering, .... 162 

3-eorge C. Williams had , ...3546 

\.mos W. Drew had 4203 



VOTE FOR RAILROAD COMMISSIONER 1862. 

VVhole number of votes returned, 62362 

STecessary to a choice, 31182 

Considered as scattering, 40 

Fosephus Baldwin had.. 1406 

Fames S. Cheney had..., 28615 

3ixi Crosby had 32301 



GOVERNMENT OF NEW-HAMPSHIRE, 

FROM JUNE 4, 1862, TO JUNE 3, 1863. 
EXECUTIVE. 

GOVERNOR, 

His Excellency, NATHANIEL S. BERRY, Hebron. 

Salary, $1,000. 



COUNCILLORS. 

Kichard P. J. Tenney, Pittsfield, District No. I 

Oliver Wyatt, Dover, " " 2. 

Oliver Pillsbury, Henniker, - " " 3. 

Charles P. Brooks, Westmoreland, " "4. 

Ethan Colby, Colebrook, " " 5. 

$2 PER DAY. 



Salary, 

Allen Tenny, Concord, Secretary of State, $800. i 

Benjamin Gerrish, Jr., Concord, Dep. Sec'y, salary &fees, 
Peter Sanborn, Concord, State Treasurer, - 600. 

Henry McFarland, Concord, State Printer. 

LEGISLATIVE. 

SENATE. 

Wm. H. Y. Hackett, President, $2.50 per day. 

Wm. H. Y. Hackett, Portsmouth, District No. 1. 

Wm. C. Patten, Kingston, " " 2. 

Isaac W. Smith, Manchester, " " 3. 

Onslow Stearns, Concord, " " 4. 

Charles A. Tufts, Dover, " a 5. 

John Wadleigh, Meredith, " " t>. 

Leonard Chase, Milford, " " 7. 

John Burnham, Hopkinton, " " 8. 

John J. Allen, Jr., Pitzwilliam, " " 9,, 

Lemuel P. Cooper, Croydon, " " 10.] 

Cyrus Adams, Grafton, " " 11] 

Amos W. Drew, Stewartstown, " " 12, 

$2 PER DAY. 

Wm. A. Preston, New-Ipswich, Clerk, salary $450. 
Chas. H. Bartlett, Wentworth, Ass't Clerk, $2.50 per dajjB 



HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. 

Edward A. Rollins, of Somersworth, Speaker. 
$2.50 per day. 

ROCKINGHAM COUNTY. 



Vinson, none, 
burn, William Vincent, 
mtwood, Jos. T. Smith, 
idia, John Brown, Gor- 
on Bean. 

3ster, Henry Moore, 
aville, Elisha Quimby. 
srfield, John M. Freese, 
benjamin S. Brown. 
*ry, Humphrey Choate, 
lenry E. Eastman. 
st-Kingston, Eliphalet C. 
rreeley. 

ping, Geo. K. Shepard. 
eter, Moses N. Collins, 
oseph C. Hilliard, Abra- 
am P. Blake, 
jmont, B. S. Scribner. 
sport, Nath'l F . Berry, 
inland, W. L. Brackett. 
mpstead, Nelson Ordway. 
mpton, Adna Garland. 
mpton-Falls, J. Janvrin. 
nsington, Dan'l Prescott. 
igston, Jno. Webster, 3d. 
adonderry, none, 
wcastle, Wrn. A. Meloon. 
wington, none. 



Newmarket, Joseph Taylor, 
Z. Dow Creighton. 

Newton, Michael F. Hoyt. 

North-Hampton, John S. 
Hobbs. 

Northwood, W"m. S. King. 

Nottingham, D. D. Stevens. 

Plaistow, William H. Hills. 

Portsmouth, Geo. W. Pen- 
dexter, John H. Bailey, 
William Conn, James M. 
Carr, Charles Kobinson, 
Albert L. Jones, Abra- 
ham Q. Wendell, Cha's 
W. Mar den. 

Kaymond, Ja's T. Dudley. 

Rye, Joseph P. Trefethen. 

Salem, Henry S. Beckford, 
Lowell Reed. 

Sandown, Geo. E. Griffin. 

Seabrook, C. H. Sanborn. 

South-Hampton, Thomas 
Sawyer. 

South-Newmarket, Albert 
Morton. 

Stratham, Phinehas Mer- 
rill. 

Windham, none. 



.Tington, Tho's W. Hale, 
lorace G. Cater. 
ver, William S. Stevens, 
"eremiah Home, John H. 
jeighton, Charles W. 
Goodman, Wm. Burr, 
ohn B. Stevens, Benja- 
lin P. Pierce. 



STRAFFORD COUNTY. 



Durham, Wm. E. Jones. 

Farmington, Josh. P. Rich- 
ardson, Jno. F. Cloutman. 

Lee, Levi C. McDaniel. 

Madbury,Ezra E.Demeritt. 

Middleton, Eben. S. Pike. 

Milton, Enoch W. Plumer, 
Charles A. Varney. 



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LEGISLATIVE. 



New- Durham, Baalis B. 
Tebbetts. 

Kochester, M. H. Went- 
worth, Franklin McDuf- 
fee, Cha's S. Whitehouse. 

Rollinsford, none. 



Somers worth, Edward A. 
Rollins, David H. Buf- 
fum, Oliver H.Lord, Ed- 
ward A. Smith. 

Strafford, John W. Jewell, 
Cyrus Wingate. 



BELKNAP COUNTY. 



Alton, George D. Savage, 
Jonathan F. Chesley. 

Barnstead, John McNiel, 
George W. Emerson. 

Center-Harbor, Samuel S. 
Plaisted. 

Gilford, Abraham L. Mor- 
rison, Harrison G. Ben- 
nett, Solomon Cole. 

Gilmanton, Isaac E. Smith, 
Beuben W. Page. 



Laconia, Benjamin P. Gale. 
Meredith, Joseph W. Lang, 

Jr., Levi S. Swain. 
New-Hampton, John C. 

Smith. ' 
Sanbornton, Bradbury T. | 

Brown, Jona. M. Taylor.' 
Upper-Gilmanton, Joseph ! 

Badger. 



CARROLL COUNTY. 



Albany, Geo. W. Bennett. 
Bartlett, N. T. Stillings. 
Brookfield, none. 
Chatham, Moses Eife. 
Conway, Leander Morton, 

George P. Stilphen. 
Eaton, Joseph E. Perkins. 
Effingham, A. J. Milliken. 
Ereedom, Alvah M. Davis. 
Jackson, Oliver P. Meserve. 
Madison, Josiah H. Hobbs, 
Moultonborough,Ezekiel S. 

Elanders. 



Ossipee, Asa Beacham, Jno 

Moulton. 
Sandwich, Caleb M. Mare 

ton, Langdon G. Clark. 
Tamworth, Jere.H.Merril 1 

Levi E. Eemick. 
Tuftonborough, Levi T. P 

per. 
Wakefield, John W. Sai 

born. 
Wolf borough, Alphonzo I 

Kust, Thomas Nute. 



MERRIMACK COUNTY. 



Allenstown, Wm. Mardin. 
Andover, John Proctor. 
Boscawen, Luther Gage. 
Bow, James Thompson. 



Bradford, John H. Eaton | 
Canterbury, Edw'd Osgoo 
Chichester, Thomas Berrj 



LEGISLATIVE. 



25 



tcord, John Whittaker, 
Vm. Pecker, Ira Row- 
11, John Y. Mugridge, 
Villiam L. Foster, Enos 
Hake, William E. Chan- 
ter, Charles P. Sanborn, 
lenry T. Chickering, 
jejamin Green, 
n barton, Daniel H. Par- 
:er. 

30m, Henry Knox, 
inklin, Daniel Barnard, 
barren F. Daniell. 
nniker, Cyrus Goss, Is- 
ael P. Chase, 
oksett, Nat Head, 
pkinton, Kufus P. Copp, 
imoch J. Chase, 
udon, Nathaniel L. San- 
>orn, Abiel Or d way. 



Newbury, William H. Saw- 
yer. 

New-London, Eichard O. 
Messer. 

Northfield, Sam'l B. Brown. 

Pembroke, Martin H. Coch- 
ran. 

Pittsfield, Josiah Carpenter, 
Lewis Bunker. 

Salisbury, Porter B. Wat- 
son. 

Sutton, none. 

W^arner, Augustine W. 
Harriman, Stephen C. 
Pattee. 

Webster, Jeremiah S. Web- 
ber. 

Wilmot, John Teel. 



HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY. 



aherst, Jotham Harts- 
10m. 

itrim, Harold Kelsea. 
dford, Wm. R. French, 
nnington, John Dodge, 
ookline, Joseph C. Tuck- 
er. 

ering, James T. Ellen- 
wood. 

ancestown, Francis H. 
Morgan. 

•ffstown, Gideon Flan- 
lers, John Gilchrist, 
eenfield, John B. Favor, 
mcock, Hiram Fuller, 
llsborough, Francis N. 
Blood, William Merrill. 
)llis, Luther Proctor, 
idson, Addison Heald. 
tchfield, William Cross. 
2 



Lyndeborough, Jonathan 
Stephenson. 

Manchester, Charles Brown, 
Reuben Hills, Ezekiel A. 
Straw, Ezra P. Pearsons, 
John B. Chase, Elijah 
M. Topliff, Frederick A. 
Morse, John C. Young, 
George Holbrook, Nathan 
Parker, John Coughlin, 
Thomas J. Smith, Horace 
Pettee, William Hoyt, 
Daniel K. Mack, Joseph 
Melvin. 

Mason, Abram Wright. 

Merrimack, Elkanah P. 
Parker. 

Milford, William Lane, 
Martin Hall. 

Mont- Vernon, Ira Roby. 



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LEGISLATIVE. 



Nashua, Aaron P. Hughes, 
Luther H. Clement, Al- 
bert H. Sanders, Edward 
A.Slader, Jonathan Park- 
hurst, Thomas Sullivan, 
John G. Blunt, Freeman 
B. Tupper, David A. G. 
Warner, Benjamin P. 
Moore. 

New-Boston, David Gregg. 

New-Ipswich, Samuel Lee. 



Pelham, Daniel Marshall. 

Peterborough, Cornelius V 
Dearborn, Abraham I 
Morrison. 

Sharon, Stephen A. Sawyer 

Temple, Francis Whiting. 

Weare, Moses A. Hodgdon 
Ziba A. Hoit. 

Wilton, Timothy Park- 
hurst. 

Windsor, Samuel Chapman 



CHESHIRE COUNTY. 



Al stead, Paschal P. Banks. 

Chesterfield, John M. Bich- 
ardson. 

Dublin, Milan W. Harris. 

Fitzwilliam, Josiah E. Car- 
ter. 

Gilsum, Daniel W. Bill. 

Hinsdale, Cha's J. Amidon. 

Jaffrey, Samuel By an. 

Keene, George H. Kichards, 
Edward Edwards, Wil- 
liam S. Briggs, Henry 
Pond. 

Marlborough, Charles K. 
Mason. 

Marlow, James Burnap. 

Nelson, Darius Farwell. 



Bichmond, Hosea B. Al 

drich. 
Bindge, Zebulon Converse 
Koxbury, Gilman Nims. 
Stoddard, Silas Dinsmore. 
Sullivan, Dauphin W.Wil 

son. 
Surry, Horace B. Shaw. 
Swanzey, Oliver Capron 

Elijah Sawyer. 
Troy, Abiel M. Caverly, 
Walpole, Major J. Britton 

John W. Hay ward. 
Westmoreland, Jededial 

Sabin. 
Winchester,HenryB.SwarJ 

Orrin Perkins. 



SULLIVAN COUNTY. 



Acworth, Zenas Slader. 

Charlestown, Harvey Ab- 
bott, Benjamin Whipple. 

Claremont, Charles H: East- 
man, James Goodwin, 
Bobert F. Lawrence, Ed- 
ward W. Woodell. 

Cornish, Chester Pike. 

Croydon, Daniel B. Hall. 

Goshen, Silas W. Booth. 

Grantham, Wm. Stocker. 



LEGISLATIVE. 



27 



GRAFTON COUNTY. 



exandria, Schuyler Wal- 
ker. 

,th, Nathaniel M. Tewks- 
bury. 

nton, James Page, 
thlehem, Willard A. Mc- 
Gregory. 

idgewater, Thomas Ham- 
mond. 

istol, Jerem'h A. Haynes. 
mpton, Amos Flint, 
naan, — none, 
nbury, Edwin Litchfield, 
rchester, Fred. A. Doloff. 
Isworth and Watervilie, 
Vierrill Greeley, 
field, I. W. 'Sulloway, 
Fohn J. Webster, 
anconia, Eleazcr B. Par- 
ser. 

afton, Eichard Cole, 
oton, Andrew Kemick. 
nover, John Huntoon, 
rames W. Patterson. 
,verhill, Albert Bailey, 
Major W. Nelson, 
bron, Benj. F. Smith. 
11, Madison J. Morrill. 



Holder ness, Stephen Smith, 
George Hoyt. 

Landaff, Lewis P. Cush- 
man. 

Lebanon, George Blood, Al- 
bert ,M. Shaw. 

Lisbon, Carleton B. Hutch- 
ins, Simon Streeter. 

Littleton, Harry Bingham, 
Douglas Bobbins. 

Lyman, Charles Parker. 

Lyme, Chester Dimick, 
Sydney S. Grant. 

Monroe, Jedediah Buffum. 

Orange, Nathaniel Whit- 
tier, 4th. 

Orford, Daniel P. Wheeler. 

Piermont, Micajah Emer- 
son. 

Plymouth, Caleb D. Penni- 
man. 

Bumney, Geo. W. Fletcher. 

Thornton, NathanH. Weeks. 

Warren, James M. Bixby. 

Wentworth, Thomas J. 
Smith. 

Woodstock and Lincoln, 
Jesse Jackman. 



coos COUNTY. 



rlin and Randolph, John 

3. Leigh ton. 

rroll and Hart's Location, 

^hineas Kosebrooks. 

trksville and Pittsburgh, 

r ohn .Keyser. 

ebrook, Erasmus D. 

lutchinson. 

.umbia, John R. Annis. 



Dalton, Thomas Smith. 

Errol, Cambridge, fe &c, 
Samuel Akers. 

Gorham, Caleb S. Peabody. 

Jefferson, Nathan B. Per- 
kins. 

Lancaster, Moody P. Mar- 
shall, Henry O. Kent. 

Milan, Charles E. Phipps. 



28 LEGISLATIVE. 



Northumberland, James W. 
Abbott. 

Shelburne, Joseph M 
Thompson. 

Stark and Dummer, Sylves- 
ter Cole. 



Stewartstown, James A. 
Morrill. 

Stratford, William G. Ful- 
ler. 

Whitefield, William B. 
Hutchins. 



CLERKS. 

Clerk of the House — Samuel D. Lord, Manchester, 
Salary, $550. 

Assistant Clerk — Benjamin Gerrish, Jr., Dover, $2.50 
per day. 

Engrossing Clerk — William H. Belknap, Exeter, $2.50 
per day. 

Chaplain to the Legislature — Rev. R. S. Stubbs, New- 
market. 

Reporter — J. M. W. Yerrinton, of Boston, Mass., 
for the New-Hampshire Patriot, New-Hampshire States- 
man and the Independent Democrat ; these three papers 
were combined and issued but one daily paper during the 
session of the Legislature, and this called the Legislative 
Reporter. 



DOOR-KEEPERS. 

To the Council — A. W. Messer, New-London. 
To the Senate — Charles H. Roberts, Farmington. 
To the House — Uriel L. Comings, Cornish ; Joseph 
W. Robinson, Concord. 

Traveling Fees. The members of the Council 
shall each receive ten cents a mile to and from the place 
of their sessions. The President and members of the 
Senate, Speaker of the House of Representatives, and 
Assistant Clerks of the Senate and House, shall each 
receive ten cents a mile for their travel to and from the 
place of the sitting of the Legislature. 

By law the distance traveled shall be computed by the 
nearest traveled highway. 

By law the seats of the Representatives elect shall be 
selected by lot, on the first Wednesday of June in each 
year. It shall , be the duty of the keeper of the State 



LEGISLATIVE. 29 

House to number the seats, annually,, previous to the ses- 
sion of the Legislature. The Clerk of the House shall 
prepare pieces of paper, the size of ballots, equal to the 
whole number of seats in the hall, and shall write upon 
such pieces of paper numbers corresponding to the num- 
bers placed upon the seats, these papers shall be put into 
a box and well shaken together ; the Clerk shall call the 
roll, and each member, as his name is called, step forward 
to the desk and draw a number from the box, which 
number shall entitle him to the seat whose number cor- 
responds to the paper so drawn. 

APPROPRIATIONS FOR 1862. 

Four thousand dollars for the maintenance of indigent 
insane persons belonging to this State, at the Asylum, 
for such and so many as His Excellency, the Governor, 
shall elect and approve : Provided, that not less than 
two thirds of said sum shall be applied to the support of 
private patients, exclusive of paupers maintained at pub- 
lic charge; $6,000 for adjusting debts due from the 
House of Keformation ; $100 for the purchase of station- 
ery and books for the use of the State Prison ; $300 for 
the pay of a Chaplain to the State Prison ; $300 to the 
N". H. Historical Society, for collecting and arranging 
the Colonial Eecords for publication ; $500 for con- 
tingent expenses of the State; $1500 for the education 
of the indigent deaf and dumb persons of this State, at 
the Asylum at Hartford. 

JUDICIARY. 

SUPREME JUDICIAL. COURT. 

Salary. 
Sam'l D. Bell, ll. d., Manchester, Chief Justice, $2,000 
Jon A. E. Sargent, Wentworth, Associate Justice, 1,800 
Henry A. Bellows, Concord, Associate Justice, 1,800 
Charles Doe, Portsmouth, Associate Justice, 1,800 

Geo. W. Nesmith, Franklin, Associate Justice, 1,800 
Wm. H. Bartlett, Concord, Associate Justice, 1,800 
John Sulliyan, Exeter, Attorney- General, 1,800 

William E. Chandler, Concord, 

Reporter of the Supreme Judicial Court, 400 



30 JUDICIARY. 

CLERKS OF THE SUPREME JUDICIAL COURT. 

Charles G. Conner, Exeter, for Rockingham ; 

Andrew H. Young, Dover, for Strafford ; 

S. C. Clark, Gilford, [address Lake Vill.) for Belknap; 

William M. Weed, Sandwich, for Carroll ; 

Jonas D. Sleeper, Concord, for Merrimack ; 

Edward S. Cutter, Amherst, for Hillsborough ; 

Edward Farrar, Keene, for Cheshire ; 

W. H. H. Allen, Newport, for Sullivan ; 

Charles A. Dole, Haverhill, for Grafton ; 

Daniel C. Pinkham, Lancaster, for Coos. 

COUNTY SOLICITORS. 

[According to Act, June, 1861.] 
The Solicitors for the several counties shall receive no compen- 
sation from the State ; but they shall annually receive from the 
respective counties, in semi-annual payments, the following sums, 
which shall be in full compensation for all services rendered and 
expenses incurred by them in the discharge of all the duties of 
their office. 

Salary. 
Charles H. Bell, Exeter, for Rockingham, $850 

Joshua G. Hall, Dover, for Strafford, 260 

William N. Blair, Laconia, for Belknap, 175 

Charles Chesley, Wakefield, for Carroll, 175 

Asa Fowler, Concord, for Merrimack, 850 

Joseph B. Clark, Manchester, for Hillsborough, 480 

Francis A- Faulkner, Keene, for Cheshire, 175 

Levi W. Barton, Newport, for Sullivan, 175 

Henry W. Blair, Plymouth, for Grafton, 350 

Benjamin F. Whidden, Lancaster, for Coos. 175 

LAW TERMS, 

Held by the Supreme Judicial Court, according to an act 
remodeling the Judiciary, 1855, as amended June ses- 
sion, 1859, and June, 1861. 
The State is divided into four Judicial Districts, as 

follows : 

No. 1, to consist of the Counties of Kockingham, 

Strafford and Carroll ; 
No. 2, of the Counties of Merrimack, Hillsborough 

and Belknap ; 



JUDICIARY. 31 

No. 3, of the Counties of Cheshire and Sullivan ; 

No. 4, of the Counties of Grafton and Coos. 

The Supreme Judicial Court shall hold terms thereof, 
to be called Law Terms, annually, within the aforesaid 
Judicial Districts, at the times and places following : 

At Exeter on the third Tuesday of June, and at Dover 
on the third Tuesday of December, for the Counties of 
Rockingham and Strafford ; at Manchester on the first 
Tuesday of June, and at Concord on the first Tuesday 
of December, for the Counties of Merrimack and Hills- 
borough ; at Keene on the fourth Tuesday of December, 
and at Newport on the first Tuesday of July, for the 
Counties of Cheshire and Sullivan ; at Lancaster on the 
third Tuesday of July, and at Haverhill on the Tuesday 
next after the fourth Tuesday of December, for the 
Counties of Grafton and Coos. 

TRIAL TERMS OF THE SUPREME JUDICIAL COURT, COM- 
PILED ACCORDING TO AN ACT PASSED JUNE 

SESSION, 1859. 

At Portsmouth on the third Tuesday of October, and 
at Exeter on the third Tuesday of January and the 
second Tuesday of April, for the County of Eockingham. 

At Dover on the second Tuesday of February,* and the 
first Tuesday of September, for the County of Strafford. 

At Gilford on the fourth Tuesday of March and the 
fourth Tuesday of September, for the County of Belknap. 

At Ossipee on the third Tuesday of April and the 
third Tuesday of October, for the County of CarrolL 

At Concord on the third Tuesday of August, and on 
the first Tuesday of February, for the County of Merri- 
mack. 

At Amherst on the first Tuesday of May, at Manches- 
ter on the first Tuesday of January, and at Nashua on 
the first Tuesday of September, for the County of Hills- 
borough. 

At Keene on the third Tuesday of April and the third 
Tuesday of October, for the County of Cheshire. 

At Newport on the fourth Tuesday of January and the 
first Tuesday of September, for the County of Sullivan. 

At Haverhill on the fourth Tuesday of March and the 

* The Trial Term formerly held the last Tuesday in May, was 
abolished in 1862. 



32 JUDICIARY. 

fourth Tuesday of September, for the Western Judicial 
District, and at Plymouth on the third Tuesday of May 
and the third Tuesday of November, for the Eastern 
Judicial District in the County of Grafton. 

At Lancaster on the fourth Tuesday of April and the 
first Tuesday of November, for the County of Coos. 



PROBATE OFFICERS. 

, JUDGES. 

Counties. Names and Residences. Appointed. Salary. 

Rockingham, William W. Stickney, Exeter, June 30, 1857, $412 

Strafford, Dan'l G. Rollins, Somersworth, June 30, 1857, 225 

Belknap, Warren Lovell, Laconia, Jan., 1841, 142 

Carroll, Joel Eastman, Conway, July 14, 1856, 150 

Merrimack, Hamilton E. Perkins, Concord, July 14, 1856, 300 

Hillsborough, David Cross, Manchester, July 14, 1856, 425 

Cheshire, Larkin Baker, Westmoreland, Nov., 1841, 225 

Sullivan. Alvah Smith, Lempster, July 14, 1856, 175 

Grafton, Nath'l W. Westgate, Haverhill, July 4,1861, 300 

Coos, Turner Stephenson, July 13, 1855, 150 

REGISTERS. 

Counties. Names and Residences. Appointed. Salary. 

Rockingham, Samuel D. Win gate, Exeter, Jan. 1, 1857, $550 
Strafford, Asa Freeman, Dover, June 30, 1857, 300 

Belknap, Woodbury L. Melcher, Laconia, July 2,1861, 183 

Carroll, Daniel G. Beede, Sandwich, July 14, 1856, 200 

Merrimack, Isaac A, Hill, Concord, Jan. 1,1856, 400 

Hillsborough, Josiah G. Dearborn, Amherst, July 3, 1860, 575 
Cheshire, * Silas Hardy, Keene, Mar. 15, 1859, 300 

Sullivan, Shepard L. Bowers, Newport, July 2, 1861, 225 

Grafton, Luther C. Morse. Haverhill, July 4,1861, 400 

Coos, John M. Whipple, Lancaster, July 3, 1860, 200 

TERMS OF THE PROBATE COURT. 

ROCKINGHAM COUNTY. 

EXETEK, on the Wednesday next following the first 
Tuesday of November and April, on the Wednesday 
next following the third Tuesday of February, March 
and December, and on the Wednesday next following 
the second Tuesday of every other month. 

POBTSMOTJTH, on the first Tuesday of November, 
on the third Tuesday of March, and on the second Tues- 
day of January, May, July and September. 

PLAISTOW, on the first Tuesday of August and De- 
cember, and the third Tuesday of May. 

DEBPvY, on the Wednesday next following the first 



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Tuesday of August and December, and on the Wednes- 
day next following the third Tuesday of May. 

CHESTER, on the Thursday next following the first 
Tuesday of August and December, and on the Thursday 
next following the third Tuesday of May. 

DEERFIELD, on the Eriday next following the first 
Tuesday of August and December, and on the Eriday 
next following the third Tuesday of May. Act of June, 
L858. 

STRAFFORD COUNTY. 

DOVER, on the first Tuesday of January, March, 
May, August and October. 

ROCHESTER, on the first Tuesday of July and De- 
cember. 

FARMINGTON, on the first Tuesday of April and 
September. 

SOMERSWORTH, on the first Tuesday of February, 
June and November. 

BELKNAP COUNTY. 

GILFORD, on the third Tuesday of every month. 

CARROLL COUNTY. 

OSSIPEE CORNER, on the first Tuesday of March, 
June, September and December. 

CONWAY, on the first Tuesday of January, April,. 
Fuly and October. 

TAMWORTH, on the first Tuesday of February, 
May, August and November. 

MERRIMACK COUNTY. 

CONCORD, on the fourth Tuesday of every month; 

HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY. 

MANCHESTER, on the fourth Tuesdays of January, 
March, May, July, September and November. 

NASHUA, on the fourth Tuesdays of February, 
A.pril, June, August, October and December. 

FRANCESTOWN, on the Friday next following the 
fourth Tuesday of April, July and October. 

AMHERST, on the Friday next following the fourth 
Tuesday of February, June, September and December, 
2* 



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PETERBOROUGH, on the Friday next following 
the fourth Tuesday of May and August. 

MASON VILLAGE, on the Friday next following 
the fourth Tuesday of March and November. Act of 
June, 1859. 

HILLSBOROUGH, on the Friday next following the 
fourth Tuesday of January. 

CHESHIRE COUNTY. 

KEENE, on the first and third Tuesdays of every | 
month. 

SULLIVAN COUNTY. 

NEWPORT, on the last Wednesday of February,! 
April, June, August, October and December. 

CLAREMONT, on the last Wednesday of January, I 
March, May, July, September and November. 

GRAFTON COUNTY. 

HAVERHILL, on the third Tuesday of April ancj 
October. 

PLYMOUTH, on the third Tuesday of May anc'j 
November. 

CANAAN, on the third Tuesday of June and De 
cember. 

LISBON, on the third Tuesday of March and Sepi 
t ember. 

BRISTOL, on the third Tuesday of July. 

LITTLETON, on the third Tuesday of January. 

WENT WORTH, on the third Tuesday of February 
,&nd August. 

coos COUNTY. 

COLEBROOK, on the first Tuesday of September. 

LANCASTER, on the first Tuesday of January 
March, May, July and November. 



CHANGE OF CIVIL. OFFICERS. 

June 3, 1862, Sylvester Dana was appointed Judge c 
the Police Court, Concord, vice David Pillsbury deceased 
. June 14, Nathaniel H. Sanborn was appointed Sheri: 
for the County of Merrimack, mceNehemiahG. Ordway 
term of office expired; Joshua G. Hall wasappointe; 
Solicitor for the County of Strafford, vice Louis Bell, re| 
- signed. 



ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. 



In making up the annual list of lawyers for each town 
or city, it is the intention of the Compiler to insert the 
names, where there are more than one in a town or city, 
in the order in which each commenced business. 

An Attorney, changing his place of business, or a 
Student at Law, after having been admitted to the 
practice, and located for business, would confer a favor 
by sending his card to the Compiler, and by so doing 
would insure correctness of insertion in the Register. 



Alstead, Aldis Lovelh 
Alton, John W. Currier. 
Amherst, Perley Dodge, 

Edward S. Cutter. 
Andover, John M. Shirley. 
Atkinson, John Kelley. 
Bath, Isaac Patterson, 

Andrew^ S. Woods, 

John L. Carleton, 

Harry Hibbard, 

A. P. Carpenter, 

David R. Lang, 

Edward Woods, 

Arthur E. Hutchins. 
Barnstead, C. S. George. 
Boscawen (Fisherville), 

Nehemiah Butler. 
Bradford, Weare Tappan, 

M. W. Tappan, 

Moses K. Hazelton. 
Bristol, L. W. Fling, 

S. K. Mason. 
Canaan (East), 

G. W. Murray,- 

I. N. Blodgett. 
Charlestown, E.L. Gushing, 

Henry Hubbard, 

E. H. Cushing. 



Claremont, P. C. Freeman, 

Alpheus F. Snow, 

John J. Prentiss, 

E. D. Baker, 

Alexander Gardiner, 

Edwin Vaughan, 

Arthur Chase, 

Ira Colby, 

Lyman K. Brooks, 

H. W. Parker, 

E. W. Woodell. 
Colebrook, A. Barker, 

William S. Ladd, 

Ira A. Ramsey. 
Concord, Steph. C. Badger,, 

Ira Perley, 

Asa Fowler, 

Arthur Fletcher, 

Sylvester Dana, 

Josiah Minot, 

John H. George, 

Lyman D. Stevens, 

A. Herbert Bellows, 

H. P. Rolfe, 

Anson S. Marshall, 

Amos Hadley, 

William L. Foster, 

John Y. Mugridge, 



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ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. 



Lyman T. Mint, 
"Wm.E. Chandler, 
Joseph C. A. Wingate, 
H. E. Perkins, 
B. F. Prescott, 
S. G. Lane, 
Benj. E. Badger, 
Jonas D. Sleeper, 
Jonathan Kittredge, 
Charles P. Sanborn, 
Josiah Bellows, 
Samuel C. Eastman, 
Ira A. Eastman, 
James B. Moore. 
Conway, Joel Eastman, 

F. R. Chase. 
Croydon, Samuel Morse. 
Danbury, Wm. T. ISTorris. 
Deerfield, Ira St. Clair. 
Deering, D. F. "Whittle. 
Derry, David A. Gregg, 

Greenleaf C. Bartlett, 
John Porter. 
Dover, Asa Freeman, 
Daniel M. Christie, 
Charles W. Woodman, 
Thomas E. Sawyer, 
John H. "White, 
John P. Hale, 
Richard Kimball, 
Samuel M. Wheeler, 
Henry T. Wiswall, 
Amasa Roberts, 
Wolcott Hamlin, 
Joshua G. Hall, Jr., 
John H. Wiggin, 
Daniel Hall, 

G. T. Wentworth, 
Louis Bell, 
Jeremiah Smith, 
Luther D. Sawyer. 

Dumbarton, Caleb Stark. 



Durham, J. A. Richardson, 

John W. Kingman. 
Effingham, J. Dearborn. 
Epping, Horace C. Bacon. 
Exeter, J. Sullivan, At &% 

Amos Tuck, 

Gilman Marston, 

James H. Shapley, 

William W. Stickney, 

Nathaniel Gordon, 

Alvah Wood, 

Charles H. Bell, 

J. W. Clark, 

Moses 1ST. Collins, 

Samuel M. Wilcox, 

J. Warren Towle, 

Francis O. French. 
Farmington, G.N. Eastman. 
Fitzwilliam, A. A. Parker, 

Charles H. Woods. 
Freedom, O. R, Topliff, 

Edwin Pease. 
Franklin, Austin F. Pike, 

Daniel Barnard. 
Gilford, J. P. Hutchinson, 

William L. Avery, 
(Lake Village) 

Samuel C. Clark. 
GolFstown, David Steele. 
Hanover, Daniel Blaisdell, 

William H. Duncan. 
Haverhill, 1ST. B. Felton, 

George W. Chapman, 

N. W. Westgate, 

Charles A. Dole. 
Henniker, Ed. B.S. Sanborn- 
Hillsborough, F. N". Blood, 
Hillsborough (Bridge), 

J. F. Briggs. 
Holderness, J as. L. Wilson.. 
Hopkinton, Horace Chase. 
Jaffrey, C. Fred. Webster. 



ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. 



Keene, Levi Chamberlain, 
Thomas M. Edwards, 
Samuel Dinsmoor, 
Salma Hale, 
J. Henry Elliot, 
George A. Wheelock, 
William P. Wheeler, 
Frank S. Fiske, 
Charles C. Webster, 
Edward Farrar, 
Farnum F. Lane, 
F. A. Faulkner, 
Harvey Carleton, 
Silas Hardy, 
Don H. Woodward, 
Horatio Colony. 

Laconia, S. C. Lyford, 
Warren Lovell, 
George W. Stevens, 
Ellery A. Hibbard, 
T. J. Whipple, 
O. A. J. Vaughan, 
Wm. N". Blair, 
Daniel C. Woodman, 
W. L. Melcher. 

Lancaster, J. W. Williams, 
Turner Stephenson, 
S. W. Cooper, 
George A. Cossitt, 
Jacob Benton, 
William Burns, 
B. F. Whidden, 
George C. Williams, 
H. A. Fletcher, 
Jared I. Williams, 
William Heywood, 
Henry O. Kent, 
Ossian Kay. 

Lebanon, Geo. S. Towle, 
Aaron H. Cragin, 
L. B. Morris, 
J. H. Buckingham. 



Lempster, H. W. Parker. 
Littleton, Edm'd Carleton, 

Harry Bingham, 

Wm. J. Bellows, 

Charles W. Band, 

John Farr, 

George A. Bingham. 
Lisbon, Edward D. Rand. 
Manchester, Daniel Clark, 

G. W. Morrison, 

Herman Foster, 

Moody Currier, 

William C. Clarke, 

David Cross, 

George A. French, 

B. P. Cilley, 
D. J. Clark, 
Samuel N. Bell, 
Isaac W. Smith, 

C. W. Stanley, 
Samuel D. Lord, 
John P. Newell, 
Lucien B. Clough, 
Joseph B. Clark, 
Elijah M. Topliff, 
Samuel Upton, 

S. G. Clarke, 

Wm. Stark, 

A. B. Shattuck, 

Lewis W. Clark, 

Charles W. Johnson, 

Daniel A. Crosby, 

William Little, 

J. W. Fellows, 

Charles H. Woodbury. 
Marlow, George Ticknor. 
Mason (Village), 

William A. Preston. 
Meredith, S. W. Rollins. 
Merrimack, E. P. Parker, 

Isaac McGaw. 



ATTORN EYS-AT-L AW. 



Milford, B. Wadleigh, 

Gilbert Wadleigh, 

O. W. Lull, 

John L. Parker, 

John L. Spring. 
Milan, Albert Baker. 
Moultonboro', S. Emerson. 
Nashua, George Y. Sawyer, 

Aaron W. Sawyer, 

A. F. Stevens, 

B. B. Whittemore, 
Edward B. West, 
Benjamin F. Emerson, 
A. P. Hughes, 
William W. Bailey, 

C. B. Morrison, 
W. H. Nutt, 
Wm. Barrett. 

New-Ipswich, J. Preston. 
New-London, G.W.Everett. 
Newmarket,* W. B. Small, 

Amos Towle, 

Aaron L. Mellows. 
Newport, Amasa Edes, 

Edmund Burke, 

W. F. Newton, 

S. H. Edes, 

Levi W. Barton, 

S. L. Bowers, 

Albert S. Wait, 

W. H. H. Allen. 
Northfield, Asa P. Cate. 
Northwood, S. G. Clark. 
Ossipee, Sanborn B. Carter. 
Pembroke, Moody Kent. 
Peterborough, C.G.Cheney, 

Cornelius V. Dearborn, 

George A. Kamsdell, 

Albert S. Scott. 
Pittsfield, Benj. Emerson, 

H. B. Leavitt, 

John J. Pillsbury, 



Thomas H. Thorndike, 
Scott French. 

Plaistow, Wm. H. Hills. 

Plymouth, Wm. Leverett, 
Joseph Clark, 
Joseph Burrows, 
Henry W. Blair, 
Benjamin Clark, 
John W. Ela. 

Portsmouth, P. K. Freeman, 
Wm. Claggett, 
Alfred W. Haven, 
Wm. H. Y. Hackett, 
James Smith, 
Lory Odell, 
Albert B. Hatch, 
W. H. Kollins, 
William H. Hackett, 
Horace Webster, 
Samuel H. Goodall, 
Albert H. Hoyt, 
Samuel P. Long, 
John S. H. Frink. 

Kindge, Geo. W. Todd, Jr. 

Kochester, D. J. Parsons, 
Cyrus K. Sanborn. 

Kollinsford, C. Malloy. 

Rumney, Josiah Quincy, 
Samuel Herbert. 

Sanbornton (Bridge), 
B. M. Colby, 
Charles C. Rogers, 
J. Ware Butterfield. 

Sandwich, I. A. Bean. 

Shelburne, Fletcher Odell. 

Somersworth, I. G. Jordan, 
Nathaniel Wells, 
Royal Eastman, 
Edward A. Rollins, 
George W. Burleigh, 
William D. Knapp, 

1 Samual B. Shapleigh. 



NOTARIES PUBLIC. 



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Strafford, Geo. C. Peavey. 
Stratford, H. A. Newton. 
Stratham, Andrew Wiggin, 
Sunapee, W. C. Sturoc. 
Tamworth, Obed Hall,