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17 fr' 



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University of IViassacinusetts, Boston 



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j Pocket Almanack i 

i For the Year of our LORD i 

i 17 95- I 

f Being the third after Leap Year, f 

f AND f 

t Nineteenth cf American Ikdepindenck, f 
t Which began July 4th, 1776. | 

i Calculated chiefly for the Ufe of f 
T The Commonwealth of \ 

Si MASSACHUSETTS, f^ 

P^f BOSTON, the Metropolis, -^A 

BEING ^ 2« 

f In Latitude 42 deg. 23 noin. North. | 

. Longitude 7 1 deg. 4 a>in- Weft from f 

f the Royal Obfetvatory at Creenivicb,- f 

J To which is annexed, f 

I THE f 

I Mafachufetts Regifter. | 

f THOMAS ^yOFIN FLEET, f 

f -, — . ■ — I 

f BOSTON: | ,| 

I Printed aiid Sold by T. & J. FLEET, i j . 
I at the Bible and Heart in Cornhill. | - 






Of QO U R T S. 

Courts in the State (j/Connedlcut. 

Suprems Court of Errors. 
AT Hartfordy the Tacfday, fave one, next before t^ 

fccond Tbuf f<iay in May. 
At Ntnv Haven, the Tuefday, fa?« enc, next bfl£o(£ thf 
fccoad Thuifday ia Oftober. 

Superior Courts. 
At HadJam, the laft Tue/day io December. 
At MiddletoHon, iht lad Tuefdiy,,fa7e oce, In July, 
At NetoH^ven, the ift Tuefday in January, & laft ip July 
At FMrfieldy the third Tuefday in January. 
At Dankfirf, the fecond Tuefday in Auguft. 
At Litcbfieldy the laft Tuefday in January, & 3d in Augufl> 
At Hartford, the id Tusfday inFebruary,& ift in Septem. 
At Holland^ the fourch Tuefday in February. 
At Windbam, the ift Tuefday inMarch, and 3d in Septeqa,. 
At Noriuicby the third Tuefday in March, 
At New Londosj the fourth Tuefday in September. 

Inferior Courts, 
At Hartford, the firft Tuefday in April and Norembwr, 
At f/ew Haven, th^ 3d Tuefday in March, Ss 4th in Nojr* 
At New London, tne fecond Tuefday in June. 
At Noriv'tcb, the fourth Tuefday in November. 
At Fai'-Jie'.dt the third Taefday in April. 
At Danbury^ the third Tuefday in November. 
hlfyindbam, the jd Tuefday in Auguft & ad in Deeej)ib« 
At Litcbjield^iht 4ih Tuefday in March, & 3dinSeptcoa)t>. 
At Middletoivn, the fecor.d Tuefday in November, 
At Haddam, the firft Tuefday in /Ipri!. 
At 1'oUandy the ^d Tuefd.y ic February, $c 3d in Septemb. 

Courts in the State ofKhoAo. Ifland. 

Superior Courts, 
AT Newport, the laft Monday in Aufjuft, and &t& in 
March. At Providence ^ the third Monday in^ Sep- 
tember, and third in March, At SoutbKin^fion, the firft 
Monday in Qftober, and firft in ApriU At Brifitl, the 
fecond Motiday in Oftobsr, and fecooi in April. At 
\Eaft Greenwich, the third Moodsy in Oftober, and the 
/c;jrrf» in April, 



— — — - - ,¥.^r, 

Courts in Rhode Ifl and continued, I'J^ 
> Courts of Common Pleas. 

At Ne-wport^ the laft Mond*y in Mar, ind third in 
Movcmber. At Providence^ the third A4onday in June, 
•nd third in Dcccmbar, At South Kirgjlon, the fecond 
Vlonday in Auguft, and third^ in FibrutirT. At Brijlol^ 
(he firft Monday in Jn'.y, and fi.ft in J:?nuary, At Eaff 
Ireenivicb, the third Monday in J'j!y, a^d 3d in Jar.Jary 

Coarts in the State ofNcv/ Hampfhlre. 

In ths County of Rochingbam, 
SupefiorCourti, At FonJyHoutb^Kht laftTuefday inApri! 
\x. Exeter, the third Tusldty in September. 
Inferior Courts. At Portfmoutb, the fi.-ft Tuefday in 

February, and la ft Tujfday in May. 
At Exeter, the fssond Tuefday in Auguft, aad firfif 
Tucfday in November. 

In the County of Straferd, 
Supe'^ior Court. At DoTJer. the third Tu:fday ia April, 

»n6 fec'jnd Toefuay iv Scpterrber. 
Inferior Counts. At Dover^ the third Tuefdsy in Fibruary, 

Al M'j'ihonbirougb,tht third Tusfday in [unr. 

At G/V/K<i;;»^c':ii?j, the 3dTucfd2y5 in Augull & Novwub, 

In the CoH-jty cf Grafton, 
Superior Cowts, At Flyrrfuth, the fourth Tucfday ioMay. 

At fiiverbill, the third Tuefday in Of^ober. 
Inferior Court. At Flymcutb, the firft Tucfdays iti Sep- 
tember 3rd Dscembcr. 
At liaverbill, the firft Tuefdays in March & June. 

In the County pf HiVfborough. 
Superior Court, At Amherji, the fecund Tuefday in May, 

and firft Tuefday in OaoSsr, 
Inferior Courts. At Amherli^ the fecond Tuefday in March, 

June & December, and firft Tuefday in September. 

In the Counfy of Cbefhire. 
Superior Courts, At Charkftoivn, the 3d Tuefday In May. 

•At Keene, the fscond Tuefday in Cftobsr. 
Inferior Courts, At Keem, the 3d Tu?fday in March &Jone. 
At Cbarleftoion, th; fecond Tuefday in Scptcrcbsr, 
and third Tuefday in December^ 





ECLIPSES inthettar 1795. 

THERE wIU b8/o*<r Eclipfes tlvs Year j two 6f tb 
SUM, aad two ^i th- .MOON, as follows, -vhc. 
I. The firft wiii be of th< Sa,r!, on Tuefday the ioth Daj 
of Januar'^^ at x 7 minutes after 7 o'Oloc'c ia the Eveg. 
ing, mv.tlb.c ta ua j bo: will be annulet and centra! 
(in Uxtti of a ring) 00 the Mstiaita at 7h, 44m. P.M 
la Lang. jtS dtg. 53 min. Wert of 5o/ro«, and L»t. %\ 
aud one qa:if':er dftgiees Noitb. 
I!, T\t Teotid will be of the Mjob, on Taefday tbc \i 
fD'^7 of Fesruwy, in the Evening, vifi<)>e, and by CaU 
^jlaiion as tuilows, o/ia. H. iM, 

B R'naing, - - 6 17 1 
M dti'e, - - 7 43 C Apparent 

Ena af the Eclipfe, - 9 9 f T/«s. P.M. 
Duration, - - a 52 * , \^ -. 
7 Digits 27 rain, edipfed on the Moifi s South L:nft>. 
Tbi :h fj will b2of the Sun, on Thuffday the i6tl 
^fcay of ;ftf.[y, a. 4.) aiinu es aficr z v'Cio^k. in t\v- 
\ ' Mornirg^ '0 us •■nt^ifible \ but the 5a?} w'.il b£ totall; 
I cc'ipfsd oa the Meridisa a: ^9 m. notes a!"cer ao'Clock 
I in Long. 1 3 5 de^. 2itn. E. of Botany and Lat. ii 
?.. and a qijansr degress South, 

jp/. The fourth %-;■] be a fro^^l Eclipfe of the ^oow, 01 
j Fr'uUy the 31ft Day of yJy, i^t 3 o'Ciock in th 
i Afce.-JiOOD, invifib!e. 



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iThsrc will iiki-9/if<i btfour EcHpfcs next Year, viz. tbre 
I of she 5tf.'! andoas of the x^ioo«. They wHl fftppe; 
s f rr- I ia the Months oi January ^ July iai Decemhsr ^ th 
! ^^. i particulars of :hc CaHcuiaxioo of the times of their ap 
t 6 '^ *\/ peariog viriU he iaferted ia the Almaaack for thatYew 

37fei^ 

1 The Planet Fenus [ 5 ] will be Oriental^ or Morhini 
jSttr from the id Day of January to the Iff^h Day o 
.Od^obc.- : from thence She w]l be Occidental, or Even 






Jng Star to the Yeai's Es:.d, 



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t^ 5y accurate Obfervations madt-at Harvard Univer | 
\J^-h '^an-ibndge, drnmonivcaitb of Mailachufctt, 
A the Latitude of Boftjo Vs 4^ deg, 43 min. «s/ ar 
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[JANUARY 1795, begins pp^fn add aj 



t^ut I Moon 5th day 5 in the morning. 
Laft quarter I2ih day at midaigbt. 
New Mcoo 20th day 7 in the afternoon. 
Firft quarter 27ih day 4 in the afternoon. 



2 
3 

91 6 
to' 7 



Retnark*b!e Djyt, &c. 



r.Os. 



Circumcijion, -1 7 

Day's length 8b. 56111. 7 

Jfnoiu or rairif 
folio xaod bf 
cold weather, 
C C. p. Bojt, N.Gicfeft, Lenox 
{ Epipha-ay 
the 'weathor hsgms ' . 
to bi more lioderate, 
though 'Uict, 
V. D'Firft Sunday after Epipbanp\ 
iz\ '^\'^ Apogi^:!!, I'maii i-des. I7 
*3'i 3iCC.t\ A'!?r.'£'3»2/>f, HaUoiveL-j 
4j.V«« "iQ* $f clock, 9m. 4»f.|7 
5 1 likely fjr a very \j 

6j J^vi'e Jtorm. [7 

'j\Dx,'FraT:ki^T. boan 53/?.i7c6.J7 



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Dfeis. 

5 36/11 53 

6 44.1 It 44. 



56. 
6 



20 3|6'"««ec!i?f*d.* JD»!fible. 
a I 4' Lewis XV ■ . of France faUo- 
51 coU'weiibsr, (tioedl795. 
23 6! 5aa .Ocw of ckxk lam. a7f. 
14 7||^FciJgce. mMdli«tg tides. 
7C DiCor,vetfi.,St.P<3«/, A.D. 36. 
i6 a*^e«Kf rifss 4h. ^oca. 
27 jj mideraUiveatber, 

i8 4.5j<« flow of cjock 13m. jaf. 

29. 5)D/jy'8 lenfth 9h.40ii». 

JO 6:K. Chjrles I. beheaded at 

^,lj 71 (W bitcbaii, A.Q^i648-9.l7 

* Dr. pyhijion afTerts that the Sun is 763,000 mUes io 
diameter, and 130,000 times bigijcr than xht Earthy 

I and is &!,ooo,coo Astute tBiiea diAant fyomtheEarth)^ 
[ each of which miles is 5280 fee?, 



31 s 
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3» 5 
3J 5 
30 5 
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40 
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FESRUARY '795, begi ns on^ Sunday.^ 
Full Moon 3d day^JltTThe afternoon. 
Lafl; quarter iith day 9 in the afternoon, 
New Moon 19th day 8 in the morning* 
Firft quarter 25th day at midnight. 



M jwl Remarkable Dsyc, &€, 



^]p \Septuagefima Sucdajr. 
aj 2\?uriju-acioti, or Candlemas, 
Ji 'S,\M<,cn eciipfed, vifible. 
4^ 4»Dajr'8 length 9h. 5201. 
51 SjSaa flow of clock 14m. 3lf. 
6* 6^Alli2nce with Frar.cey I778. 
7 } 7 1 ivir.dy and blupering, 
%^\3ex.igeji.m2 Sundsj. 
g/'-a)^ Apogee. " /rrjall tidesi 
3 1 jnoio or rain. 

4 Pfcfident Walhingttin\i<ixn\Vi 
5) {Virginia, 1732, O.S. 
k'Venut (\{t% 4h. 14m. 
ISVaicntir.e'^ Day. 
i> ^xnqua2€ft ox ^krove%nT\^%y 
ii mUerate for the Jeafon. 
3JS.J.C. >o^^«. Sbr3vcTucf.J6 45 
^h^Jh H'ednefday Of Lent," J6 4-s. 

5 1 pretty good iveaihif, 
6j for February 
7j@ Perigee. mic'dJing tides. 
D'Firft Sundav in Lent,. 



Qs.lr.®!. F.Sea 



5 Sj 5 o 
45 4 57 

5 56 



3 5 
a 5 

T 5 

O 5 
6 59 6 

^ 58 \ 

6 56 6 

6-55 6 

6 54 6 

6 5» 6 

« 5a 6 

6^96 

6 48 6 

6 ^6 6 

6 

6 

6 

6 



St. Matthias. 

and probak'y fnO'iO; 
Sun flow of clocit 1301. l6f. 
6 Day's length Toh. 54m, 



281 f • f-.meivhat'fiotmy. 



|6 4^ 
j6 40 
|5 39 6 
|6 ;8 6 
i6 37 6 
6 38 6 
'5 35 6 
6 34 6' 
633 6 
6356 



morn 

49, 

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2 44 

3 40 

4 34- 

5 »3 

6 9 
Dfet8. 
6 49 

I, 

10 29 

11 40 

mora. 
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2 56 



9 20 

10 JO 
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12 3c 
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5 39i 

6 26 

7 13 

Mojei was born in t^e beg^nnicg cf the Yssr of the World 
2434, and died in 2553, ^t. 120, He perfcrmed * 
nutnbjr of Miracles in Egyff, and depatCff! f«om that 
Kingdom with 60,000 Ifraciires, befide? Chiidfeo, wha-j 
were 40 Years in the Wildcrnefs before they reached] 
the promifsd Land of Cauaan, | 






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MARCH 1795, begins on Sunday. 



FnH Moon 5th day i in the afternoon. 
Laft quarter 13th day 5 in the afternoon. 
New Moon 20th day 1 1 in the afternoon, 
Firft quarter 27th day to in the morning 



Remarkable Days, Ci;t 



Secoad Sunday ia Lent, 
ccmfor table and pUaJant '. 
weather for March, 
which holds fame days. 
Maflfacre at Boffon by Britip 
Troops under Prefton,i-;yo, 
Sun Qov of clock iiin. 3of, 
Third Seoday in Lent. 
9 Apogee, fmali tides. 
yenus rifes 4h. 401. 
Day's length uh, 2 Sip. 
windi aniftormy, 
after which 
more modtraie. 
Fourth Sunday in Leni, 
perhaps [now or rain, 
CC.P. Concord. St.Patrich 
(Bofion evacuated, 1776, 
moderate and thawy. 
6.Day and night oeaf equal, 
7 High tides this Moon, 
D [Fifth Sunday in Lent, 
il® Perigee, 
3JCC.P. ^orcf/?^r. 
^\ Annunciation Wit9\ri Mary, 
S,6«« flow of ciock 5m. 49f, 
Lewis Charles, c\ devantKing 
(of Frtf«fe born 1785. 
Sixth in Lent^ or Palm Sund. 
Day 'a lengih izh. 5am. 
CC.P . Nantucket. 



6 29 6 
6 28 6 
6 %j 6 

5 26 6 

6 24 6 
6 22 6 
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5 *6 9 : 



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6 50 

,7 49 
g 42 

9 47 

10 44 

11 4^ 
13 6!morn, 
H 6J .0 39 



10 6 

96 
76 

5^ 
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1 6 

o 6 

59 7 

57 7 

56 7 

5 55 7 

53 7 
5» 7 
50 7 
587 
5S7 

54 7 



1 34 

2 29 

3 '9 

4 6 

4 46 

5 »3 
Dfete 

6 59 
g 16 

9 30 

10 44 

»i 53 

jmorn. 

SS> 

1 58 
a 50 

4 16 



2 

50 
39 

10 14 

" 59 

J» 43 

1 26 

'a 
2 
3 
4 
5 
5 
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12 48 



March at, 1737, Upwards of ;C. 3a,ooo 0!d Tenor, was 
fubfcrJbed by a number of Gentlemen in Bo^oa.towards 
the good Defign of building a Workhoufe, where tht 
;Granary formerly flood, which was fooa after compleate^^. 



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APRIL I7g5. begins on Wednefday, 
Full Moon 4th day 5 in the mornicg. • 
Lafl quarter 12th day 8 in the morniiig.. 
New Moon 19th d»y 4 in the morninj?. 
Fi ft quarter 25th day 9 in the afternoon; 



M w) RcmarkiUe Diyiy'&c, 



1 i 4 1 cool wet iveatber, 
h\^ »| SA^uv flow of clock 3m. 38f. 
7,k()\Good. Frjliay. 
*| 7pr. Amhofe, 
5|D;Easter Sur.day. 
6 a.Artiliery Trsiniag Bojion, 
S|CCP. ff>fzvicbScBarnJ^ah!e. 
4f# Apopte. fmall tides. 
5 1 Day's length lah. 56m. 
/air f tea/ant fveatikt 
for f I me days- 
Firft Sunday after EaUer^ ^ 
ckudy if nothing more. 
%.]X.Concord. CC.?,Flymo 
Sun and clock near tcgether. 

expeB Jhowers, 
7»'s in 9h. 
Fer-ui rUes ^h. 5?m, 
Second after Eafier. Battle 
Q Perigee. (hxitift.l77S 
J.Cjrorcef.CZ. P. F(7y?o», 
(Taunton, Ler.ox, Edgar- 
*3' 5j {!ctcn, Tork, Penaifcot. 
^^l^lSun fsft of clock am. af. 
* 51 7\st. Mark. 
*6|DiThird Sunday after -E^r/Jsr, 

2 



s 

Day's length 1 3h,-46m. 15 

S.J.C. Nortbam. QC?,EiedU 

ivarm iveatber (bamA^ 

ar.d per haft rain, {5 




»7 
22)3 

*9 4 
30*5, 



Oo Aprii iStb, 16JS9, the infamoui Sir Edmond Andres, 
Governor of MafTachufetts, with the rooft obooxiouB c^ 
hh P arty, vere feizcd upon apd confined by the lohabi 

lants oi Eojion, and afterwards fent to England, 

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MA Y 1795? begins on Fduay. 



full Moon 3d day 10 in the afternoon. 
Ldft quarter nth day 8 in the afternoon 
New VIoon iSth day 11 in the morning. 
Firft quarter 25th day 10 in the morning. 

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3 
4 

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6 

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10 

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29 



Rftnarkable Days, &c. 



r.0j. r.^s 



Si. F^//// and St. Jamtu- 

% Apogee. fmit) ::tdes. 

Foutth Sondajr affer EafitrA^ 

Artillery Traiaiog Bofton. h 

perbapt rain and thunder L 

Gen. Eltilioo Neivport. 4 

Sun faft of clock 5m. i4.f. 4 

pleafant weather. 4 

/'!?««» rif(M, ^h. 3^tn. • 4. 

^Rogation Sunday, 4 

a I tikely for Jhowers, 4 

t (Day's length i4h. 20m. 4 

"S.J.G. Bernfigbtr,^ 4 

Ajcenfi«n. G«o, Efeftion at 



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pleafant and ivarm, 
Sunday after Afcenjlon, 
# Perif«e. high tides* 

3 S.!.C.^^m. QC.?. North. 

4 (DarkDay, i7}?o. ^<2«pro« 
fir/V.Pfoc.that the'fl9«; Joya 

6 ^S<ref* bad rebeltei, 1^45. 

Day's length it4b. 4101. 
D H^bitfunday or Pentico/i, 
2 plenty cf rain, • , 

C P. Portland. 

4 Gen.E'cft,£?4/>o«, or.rather. 

5 (the G^yCoujj^meet^and 



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2 7 
I 7 
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5? 8 
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565 
558 

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7 43 

5 40 
9 36 

16 3* 

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morn. 

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48 8 

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46 8 

4 45 8 

4 448 

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4 41 g 

41 8 
40 8 

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388 

388 
37 8 
368 
358 



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(chhice of Governor. &c. 4 34 ^'j > 
(made pub.iciy known. 14 33 81 jj 
Trinity ^untiay. ^ Afo. (4 33 it 3 



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Dr. Hoo* and VH. Fhmfiead fay, tHat tfce diflaoce of 
the ftx.x 6Vdri (Venut is a Planet ftod iroveable} fro'mi 
the San ii fo greaf, that a bullet fliot out from a guM, 
and c6nt«ttulng its felocit7,'wo«ld oot reach cbem la 



JUNE 1795, begins on Mon day. 



Full Mooo 2d day i in the afternoon. , 
Lall quarter loth ray 4 in the n?.orning.' 
New Moon i6th day 6 in the afte|^noori. » 
Firfl quarter 24th day i in the niorning 
Remari-abie Days, &c 



Cen.Eic^. t'enoUampjb'irt, 
CecTg^■lAtK,EKg,\lx^,l^^%M 30 g 

^^)a'mandpteaJant. 4 30 8'iO 6: 

7 Sun tad of clock tm. ^6(. 4. 29 gNo 49 
D ♦ 'ift Sunday thtt Trinity, 4 19 8[ii aS. 
gDaj'* Jeng'h i5h. l^m. 





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4 
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10 zi 



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8 *6ii* 

9 i9!'2 



^«f /i>//« rdXfl tbii month. 
^ 5t. f d' nabai. 
6|Higb Tides tbii Moon. 

% Ferigce. 

Second Sunday thttTrirafy. 

f^enat uh% »h. 4sin. 

S.J.C. ;/>/«.'/•<:*. 

Battle hunker Hi)l, 1775, 
(and Cbariefiiwrt burnt. 
5»n and clock near togcrhcr. 
Lcngefl Daye at this time. 
Third after Trietty, 

ferbafs thunder &' vind* 
<.J.C. Tori, 
St. Jebn baptift fccro, 
Frte Mcjotix vzXkiBeJIon if 

(grand prrcrii . i^iihKetiie 

(t>n;ir», &c. 1759 
FouKh af«es Trimfy 



\o\ j'^.J.C. icrtland. 



4 a8 8 
4 28 8 
4 »7 8 
»7 8 

27 

»6 
»6 
a6 
}6 

26 
26 8 
26 % 
26 8 
26 % 

26 8 
26-8 
•6 8 
>6 8 
a? 8 

27 8 
8 



4 
A 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4^*7 

♦ 27 8 



nnotn. 

^ 3 

34 

t 8 

, je 

» 7 

*^43 

1 *^ 
8} Dfett. 

% 22 
9 so 

10 9 
TQ 53 

11 28J 

i» 57 
morn. ' 

o *3j 

eo! 

1 . e 

» 40 
» 5 
* 36 
1 i» 



*42 
r 3^ 

21 



3 

2 21 

3 

3 

4 4J 

5 20 

6 26t 

7 10 

8 16 

9 i» 

10 S 
fi ». 

12 40 
« 3» 
» *S 

3 I 

4 Of 

4 4^ 

5 39 
€ 23 

7 91 

7 53 

8 37 

9 20 
10 6 



The Eartb, acccrdirg to the fitnow Hbifimf it 7970 
Milea in d>amcrei j which Brakes near 24,000 Milca 
iii Circiimferencc. Ii mrvri in the fpacc of cpc hour 
56,0*; o Milet, and •§ 365 Days, 6 Hoori ft 9 Minutes 
re^oUiog ab«uc tbt Sua, 









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J U t y i7o«:. V''g*n«» on Wednpfday, 






*9i 
to 
n 

»3 

**4 

S 

t€ 



r.Oj. 

»7 i 



18 r 

ag 8110 
30 



pefbopt thunder and rain 

VifHiton or' Viigin Aiory..^ 

.V»«,^ow of clock \np.,j2f, 

i.tdependeace dvcUr. .'776, 

F ctra^er ^inity, 

expeB fttiic povjffs, ' 

^.jAff^ifcajJttXCi'.Bo^n 

f^enut ti(eSf %h. }8m, 
WJrw weatMr*. 

Middlini tidca. 

• Perigee* , ' . ^ ^ 

Sixth* »ft¥r7r/>»rVy. 

Daji'i !«ae(h 14b. 51m. 

CC.P, 5a/m. 

Commenccmciit Cambridge, 

Sun eclipM, iovifibie. . 

bot iveatber, and, 

ferbapi rain. 

Seveotb »ft«r Irinitj,^ 

St. Margaret, ^ 

frohahly t bunder t 

St. Mary Magdalen, 
51 Small tidef this Quarter* 
6|# Apogee. 

7 j Si.'Jamei. Dog Day ^ begiir. 
D| Eighth after Tr/m'.;y.$t.^R«|^ 44 g 
» (mother Vir. il^^ry.U 45 8 

jl^Kfiflowof dock 5 m. 55f. |4 46 8 
4 1 b«t fuhry xveatbtr, \^ 47 8 

5 Great Fire io Bofton^ 1794 



Full Moon zd day 3 io the rnormng^ 
Laft .quaricr jyth day 9 in ihe^monni 
New Moon i4th day 3 in the m 
Fi ftquvirter 25d day 5 in the afternoon. 
FuU Moon jift day 3 in the aftern6on-. 
w Rcma/kj^^e Days, &ff. 

s 

8 4 

H^ 
i«' 6 

ri!"7 

»-4J 3 
15' 4 



3 5» If 49 
d rife, 11 55 
8 43i»* 13 

9. »Sl I vio 
Io 0; z o 

.10 331 a 50 

8 II 3 



308 
3» 8 
31 8 
3» 8 

3»8 

4 33 8 

348 

35 2 

36 8 
S-rS 
87 « 

38 8 

39 8 
^ 8 
4i 8 
4>« 
4rJfc 



3 40 
t' 331 4 30 
moro. I 5 7e 

o^3ft7 6 

» n! 7 59 



447 
.•4 48 



I 56j 8 
a 46 9 

3/3 JO 

II 

la 

I 

I 



Dfe«. 

8 40 

9 «9 
9 5? 

10 «3 

TO 46 

II 13 



59f 

40 
33 
»3 

10 



^6 
* 43 

3 30 

4 19 
6 



II 38^ ^ 

morn.j 5 50 

« 5U36 

55'^ S3 

1 5 



I 45 
% ^% 
3 ao 



6 Moon eclipfed, ioviftble. I4 49 8j (^ rife 11 10 



T^*^ 



«^ 



8 56 

9 40 
10 a6 



9 

30 
l» 

* 7 large Ropcvalk), 600 Feet io (eagth, with their Iin« 
piemeoti for woikiog j near 40'DweUii)g Houfee, iomd 
of them elegant, with « great number of Stores, coo- 
taioiog Cabitt, CoTdage asd Hemp } btfidee Baros act) 



Out Ho«fet,were burst. The Loft 



»oOjpco DoUars,, 



AUGUSr 1799, begins on Saturday. I 



L»ll quarter 71!) day 2 
New Vioon 14th day 1 
FirA qinrter 22d day 11 
Full Moon 30th Jay z in the 



m the afternoon, 
in the afternoon, 
in the morning, 
morning. * 



Rennirkable Days, &c. 



r.O. 



5 



L-ammai D«y, 
Ninth after Trinity, 
gufis of tv'.nd, and, 
probably ihwdtr. 
Sun fiow of e!oc!< 5m. 8f. 
Transfsgurction of our Lord . 
'B Perigee. 
"^c^ttj bigh tide ^1 mon. 

Tenth after Trinity^ 
St. La%i>rencet ' 
CC.P. Piymi. Cornerstone, 
4 '{jof Stone, lateKing'sChapeiv 
5 (Uid 8 feet unde* tbe«mh. * 
V»fi riilng 16 Bc/ion again^ 
{thtopprt\yu of Br if. 1765, 
DfElfventh aFtVr 'trinity. 
xlDajr'a ^ensttb ijh. 44m. 

3 S.J.C. Dedbam. 
41 ' rain may be expeSfed. 
5jSb» How of cJocft 2m..59f. 
^O ^poiiee, fAiall tides. 
7 expe£} rain ani wind, 
PTweiftb if^ct Trinity, 
aJSt. Bartbclomtiv. 
% Is. j. C. Btifton. CC. P. '-nrceB, 

4 QoTaxfitat.Parrmr,( 1^ sterb, 
'4^|5a»andcl'ck oear together. 5 a>i.7 

(t^St,Augufiini.'^ - ,■,*. *..i ^ .24' 
7(Sr. John baptift beheadei. 5 a6 7 
D.Thirreenth after TrrWry, j5 177 
x\Doz Star rif^s jb. 5?m. J5 aCjT 



r.^i^s.jF.Sra 
50 8iT~"J ~ 



4: 53 sra^* 

4 558 »o»3; 



« 33' 
9 6 



56 >< 

5,8 

59 8 
T 7 

»; 

-37 

'5-7 
67 
77 
87 
97 

1*7 
'3 7 
14 7 
16 7 

»7 7 

»9 7 

*r 7 



u 13 

II 5^ 
morn, 
o 40 
' 3^ 
* 33 
3 39 

])r<t» 

7 53 

f *^ 

8 50 

9 f6 
943 

»6 ^9 
10^6 
11^8 

" 45 

morn. 
O 25 

a /6 
3:9 



o 

S» 
♦3 

3 5t 
26 

10 

3 

56 

46 

M 

9 30 

10 23 

33 
16 



3 

46 

3« 
16 

3 

49 

7 36 

8 so 

9 6 
.9 53 

4 14 10 40 
a ofe 11 30 
743 v^,i6 



••The Corner Stooe it thui infer ibed, Mayi it prove happy 
a id aujpicioui to the Church and Ccmmanweapb !. 
tbtt Siont, /acred to God— for afounda.'ion of tie .Royal \ 
Chapel in Bolion, in Maffachufttttt rebuilt ard enlarged. 
Gey. ^);ntXcjlaid 4*i'^ yi?'*<»j^g«r:4<»^<f«'/'??i'^749J 2 







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[ SEPTEMBE R 17 95, begins on Tuerdav 
Lail quarter 51!! day 7 in the afternoon. 
N^w M oi igtJiday 2 in the morning. 
Firll quiitcr 2ift day 5 in the morning. 
Fail Moon 28th day f i in the morning. 



Rimarkab'te Days, &'c. 



r.G«. 



5 3' 



«"• '^s.ji'. ^ea 



8 46 



^C.P. Noribjmpfon. 

Dudleian Le&. Cambridge *\^ 31 7 

(Commerjc. Prci/fi^snce, 5 33 7; 9 *' 

®Peri^ee. /)«>£ D^vjcad.js 34 7I 9 5 

, . cloudy and ivindy. j 5 36 7 

l^ .Fourteenth after Trinity, js 37 7 

a jArtiilery Training 5'5/'?on. '5 38 7 

CC. P. Cor cord, 7aunton,\^ 4.0 7 

(Lenox & IValdoborougb. 
(Comm. ^'a/e Co//. the9:h 
Sun fift of clock 31H. 34f. 

probably rain. 
Fiftee itb after Trinity, 
moderate ar.d pleafjnt, 
jC.fVorceft.CC.F.PeKob, 
l^enui fifes 4h. 55m. 
Day's length ith. iSm. 
® Aposee, fmail rides. 
Do^ Star rlfes ih. 53m, 
D Sixteenth after Trinity, 
St. Mattbeiv. 
S.J.C. NortbamptOH4 
ivindy and nvety 

tben pleafant, 
K.' Pruffi a boro 174.4. 
j'Sun fait of dock S?m. 34f. 
DjSeven.eenth after Trinity. 
' 2 p., fkoderate and pleafant. 
3 CC.P. Dedbam.^f.. Michael. 
4I® Perigee. St. Jerome, 



5417 
5 43 7 
5 44 7 
5 45 71 
S 46 7 
5 47 7 
5 49 7 
5 5-^ 7 
5 S» 7 
5 53 : 
5 55 7 
5 567 
5 5^ 7 
S 58 7 

5 59 7 
606 

6 T 6 
636 
6 5f 

6 ♦e 6 

676 
696 



10 5+ 

11 35 
morn. 

o 31 

' 35 

* 39 

3 44 

4 49 
Jfct. 

7 a; 
7 53 
g =9 

844 
9 H 



2 16 

3 » 

4 6 

5 c 

5 50 

6 4c 

7 30 

8 20 

9 8 
9 57 

10 46 

11 35 

12 19 
« S 
' 47 
2 37 



3 15 

3 59 



949 

0^7 4 44 
II II 
morn, 

» 

1 o 

» 4 
3 12 



5 29 

6 i5? 

7 8 

7 57 

8 46 

9 3S 

4 22J10 25 
d rifcjn 15 

6 Sill* 9 

7 a6/ 1 3 



• The Dudkian Lcfture thi» year, of coorfe, in conformity 
^•tothe will of the late JudgeD«i/<fj%is, ** for theprov. 
"'fig, explaining, and proper ufe and improvement of 
"* Natural Religion, as commocljr uoderftood byDi»lnei 



|QCTOBER 1 795, be^ms on Thurfday. 

Lafl quarier 5th day 2 in ihe morning. 

New ivjoon izh a-dy 6 in the# afternoon. 

Firft quarter 2cih day loan the after neon, 
j Full Moon fi7th day 9 in the afternoon.^ 



:U! 



Remarkable D&ys,&c. 

ivtndy iveatbcrf 

and perhaps rain. 

v^K,"! fall of ciotk lom, 5 if. 

Eighteenth after Trir.icy. 

Arcillerr Training Bofton. 



S.J.f 



{.CC?.tcftjn, 



[Naiih.p;}! t,Nar.t.Macbias. 
Si S'iGqv. Hancock A\Ci\y Mi. 55- 



i 6iSt. Dinnit. cdd ar.d wet. 
I Day's length iih. Sm. 



9 

10 

iilD 
12} 1 

M 



r.Qs. 


6 10 6 


6116 


6 13 6 


6 146 


5 i5 6 


6 17 6 


6 ;9 6 


6 20 6 


6 22 6 


6 23 6 


6 24 6 


6 26 6 



Nineteeoth af'cr Trinity, 
Columbus dif.Americs, 1493 
'i\Dog Star rifcs I2h, 34ni. 
4| perhaps rain. 

«1© Apogee, middling tides. '6 30 6 
6jQ.irrflM« gull. T793,^t.58i6 32 6 
7 flBr^cysf'g army furr.T777. 6 34 6 
Dj 20th after T>;«/Vy. S:.L»^f. 
^\Cort'wjVii' army tak.xySi. 
3i S.J.C.TaanrsB. CC.P.Fo'7/. 



4 moderate and p'iafjtit 

5 tveatber for tbefiajon, 

6 5a« faft of clock 15m Syf, 
7jDay's length loh. 3tm. 

D Twenty firft after Trinity. 

2 ccclmfrnings & evenings. 

3 S.J.CCdw^/'.CC.P.T//&j;r). 

4 St. «Sm5« and" Sr, 7-^'?« 
5;® Perigee. 

6 Very high tides. 

[ 7} /ikely for rain cr Jvoiv. 



28 61 
296 



35 6 
37 6 
39 *( 



6 40 6 



6 41 6 
6 42 6 
6 43 6 
6 44 6 
6 456 
6 47 6 
6 48 6 
6 49 6 
6 50 6< 
6 52 6 



r,@ 

T~6 
849 

9 i^ 

10 34 
I { ?7 
morn, 

40 

1 43 

2 48 

5 5» 

4 54 
Dfcts 

6 29 

6 54 

7 as 
7 54 

5 31 

9 12 

iO o 

«o 54 

11 V4 

morn, 
o 57 
» 4 

3 T7 

4 29 
Uri/e 

6 3 

6 44II2 44 

7 34 »• 3" 

8 19I 2 -3* 



The M'Jical Lt£lurc3 commence at Cambridge, in 
their various branches, on the firft Wedn«fday in 

O£kober. Students who propofe attending muft 

give previouf notice 




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NOVE'v/iBER 1795, begins on Sunday, 



Lad quarter 3d day i in the afternoon. 
^^e\v Moon nth day 11 in the morning. 
Fi ft qa^rter I9ih day 2 in the afternoon. 
Pull Moon 26th day 7 in the morning. 



Rematksbie LJsyt, ^c. 



^ li^6 after Trinity. All Sainti 
2 1 All SouU. 
I 3 CC.?. Barnftahle. 

7r,i derate for the feafon, 
^hi no^e<3 Powder P he, 160^ 
Sun fi&. of clock i6cn. 3f. 
7 Day's length gh. ,58m. 
Twenty thiid after Trinity, 

rain or (tkio., 
S.j.C.Sakffi. CC.P. Biddef. 
4-;St. Martin^ ( Nortbamp:. 
5 1© Apogse. fmali tides, 
6 windy and/tormy, 
a -.d perhaps rain. 
Twenty fourth ihttTrihity 

moderate tveatber, 
Q@.?. Plym-jutb. 
G eat Eartbquike, 1755., 
csol weather, and 
fnow or rain. 
Day's length 9h. 16m. 
Twenty fifth afcer Trinity. 
St. Clement. 
QQ..?. Cambridge. 
Sun faft of clock i»m. ^^C, 
9 Perigee, high tides. 

moderate weather, 
Venui fets 5h. 1 4.10. 
Ad-vent Sunday, 
a /St. Andrew, 




)}) the T7th of November 1 748, there was a great riot 
ir;JBcftao of Seamen and others, which coatioued reve-| 
ral-days, occafiontd by Commodore KnowIe»'s im-j 
pjjefliDg a n umber of the Inhabitant?. 



DEC E M' BP:R:^795, begins on'Tu-fz' 
Laft quarter 3d cay 3 in the 'n.ornirig. 
New Moon nth day 7 in the morning;. 
Firft quarter 19th day 5 in the morriing. 
Full Moon 25th day 6 in the Afternoon. 



Remaskab'^e Dav» &c - 



CC.P. IVcrcefter. 
ex I: ici J coll Jiorm 
of fno%u or rain. 
Sun fait of clock 9m. iy(. 
7 jDjy's -ength gh. 2m, 
D Second Sunday in Advent. 
cold 'We a 'her, 
CC.P. Tannton. Conception 
9 Apogee. 

tniddlng ridei.. 
Venus fets ^h. i6m, 

cold IV e sit her, 
TbrJSuriday in Advent. 
2,' "zvindy and cold. 
\Dog Star fife- Sh', 
4 Tffld'ftroyed \::Bofton 1 773, 
Jn'jiv or rain 

li^ttb high tvinds^ 
about this time. 
20 j L>|F-urth Sunday in Advent, 

121 3 I Sh.Tic;' Day9. 
i 3 . 4 1 "^' refnotu or raitt. 



GsTfrT^TrjTseJ 



7^26^5110 aSj 
7 a; 5. i^J*1 

7 a? 5 

7^8i5 

29 5 

29 5 

30 S 

31 5 
3» 5 

3* S 

3* 5 
3* V 

3^ 5i 



mor.'!. 
«k 341 

( '"36: 
» 35 
3 34 



14 5!@ ■ crure. 

5 6i< HB <STMAS Day. * 

26 ? S . v> ef^ben it .ned,A.Di.34 

1 D|:> . John 'hs e?aDgeiift* 

2^ zj/y /v Innocents, 

z'- j'/^=aajfe.5 5h. 49m. 

30 4|'«« '1 w -f clock 3m. gf, 

3 1 5 ^Good weather endt the Ttar.] 7335 

» Christ, at \i yca?8 of age difputes wiih the Doftor 
— a 19 was baptiaed by Jobo in. the wildernefsv — 1 
33, he wascfucificd en Friday April jd.— rofe from \\ 
dead April 5tb, and afcended into Heaven, May I4.tt 



33 

33 

33 

33 

33 

34 

34 

34 

34 

34 

34 

34^5 

33 5 

33 5 

33 5 
7 33 5 
7 33 5 



4 33 

5 3* 

6 2/ 
Dfes. 

5 43 

6 3a, 

7 24 i 

8 23' 

9 24 1 
ic 3iA 4 

4 

6 

7 



3 4 
4-4 

l\ 

7 

7 4 

8 2 

I 
5 
4 
7 

7 

5 
4 

2 
1 



If' 



5 " 3 

5 mOTB, 

o 46 

» S3 

3 6 

4 «4 9 

5 34 JO 

1) riie,ii 

5 3^^.11 

6 46 It 4 

7 54 1 
9 4 

ro 10 
II r4 



5 
4 
3 
2 2 

3 

4 



.fv, 



6 



4r %^^^'-—' 




M 



■lOAOS from Boston to theSoa^riward andj 
Ea(ivv<ird, with theN-.mes ot the Innholders. i 

to Tcunton 



'I.) To Pljwmtb 

Copt-God. 



Ktnt 

Vofc 

Fs'rce 

Maria 

Salifbury 

Arocld 

Rioe 

CtiiLiag 

Cclltmcre 



ditto 
ditto, 

Hinrbam, 
Scituate, 

Hanover^ 
Fembrcktj 

?lSmoutb, yf^^^ 

ditto, CoiTn)& 

ditto, EUit 

8arn/iaS>It, Baxttr, 
Hiwland &f Chipnun 
J/«(j, Loria£fii*Crock£r 4 
fr— .«...♦ I Thstshw 
"^''»^«'*' ^ B,.ff.t 
Harwich, Silk 

ditto, Clark &f Snow i 
^afibam, Knowles 6 
ditto, Kao^les 3 



1(111.; i\ofia 



Rsviury, 
Miltsa, 
Ditfr, 

ScyugbtoM, 

Sharon, 
Mafion, 
Norton, 

Di^htsn, 

SwanTttft 



Truro, 
ditto. 



\ Lombard 
Koowlet 



Provinet I Mayo & 
Tovrn, I Nlckerfon 



K(?tit 
Vcf« 
Feat 

Hgy 

Savage 

Ho':7a?d 

CJrocker 

Wh'.tmarih 

Frf?bni?o 



f iV.) Road to J/hvPport. 



RoKbirjff Whiting 
Dedbaxi, Amci or Gay 



Aittj, 

ditto, 
JVrtnthanf 

ditto, 
j^ttlelccrougb. 



EMia 

Downe 

Haddea 

Hoimei 
Newell 



1(11.) To t^e rintfard, 
Sandtaieb, FciTeodea 60 
falmouib, F!& 10 

itfoad't-Ho!*, Parker " 



l^bence to ProvidcDce 9] 

Over Secanck Plaia to 
Rehohotht DaE2«t S 

H^arrsn, Bj*rr 9 

Sr(/?5/; Ward well 4 
Ferry-bMtftf ,PI«r8« % 
Porifmeutbf Straogtr 3 
Newport, Lawton 9 



(V.) Weftcrn road toFA;- 
ladelpbia 8c Alexandria, 
ff^attr:o%snf WiUiogtoa 8 
jyalibam, Wefton % 
Wtfion, Lamfoft 4 

nitto, Fiagg 1 

EaftSudburf, Stooe * 
ditto, Baldwin I 

I'/eft Sudburf, Howe 5 
Marlborougb* Howe 4 
aitto, w illianai 1 



Nort bboro* fMuatot^KiCt 5 

Sbrtv/hury, F«jr(«i! 3 

Worci^tff Motvar t 

L*iee^4rf Duitbar 6 

ditto, Swaa i 
Spittctrt Mafon or Jeokt 5 

Br.okjield, Reed 6 

ditto. Rice I 

ditto, Kitebcock 4 

J^tjitrn, Dwight 4 

Palxtr, GraroB 4 

mibrabam, Sike» 6 

Spring/!. Plaint Chapio 6 

Springfitid, P»rfoa» c 

Wefc SpungfieU, Blift < 

5«#^/i, Hitchcock 6 

Wtndfor, Picket 8 

ditto, EUfworth ^ 

ditto, Marbtr i 
^ Hartford, Ball or Avery 6 

^^eatbertfield, Wright 4 

ditto, GrifwoJd 3 

Middletown, Bifdow g 

Durham, Keotdcid 6 
ff^aUincrfordf CarrtT'ftoo 

North Haven, Ires 6 

UewHaz/en, Brown 7 
A2V//br<i, CJatke lo 

Stajord Ferry, Gjliet » 

Stratford, Biackfed^e ft 
Fairfield,, P«ifieW 10 

Green Farms, Pa&ll g 

I^irwaik, Weotworrti 6 

Stamfords Webb 9 

fhrfenack, Knapp 6 

i?y«f, Haviland 6 

Maroneckt Hcrtoa 4 

A'cw /Po. W, WJIhama 4 

EaJtCbefteTf Gjoa 4 

Kingshridge. Kjrot 6 

BarlemHeightt, HaflcT ^ 
Ncw^York, 

ifjnoari, Neile 9 



.1 ■ 1 I llMai ft 

ElixaietbTovm, 9 

Weodiridge, Lott t 

Brunfwick, Draks fo 

y^« ot/7m r««, Jon» to 

Friitceten, Hamiiton 8 

Maidenhead, Phillspi 6 

Trenton, Dr»ke Iq 

^rijtol, MeBltojr lo 

Penny Feck, , Hoimei ts 

Frankfort, Martin 5 

Vbiladelphia, ■ 5 

ToDarbf, Hayes 7 

C/.#>9tfr, Wkhy 8 

Wilmington, Btantoo 13 

NeHvport, Milier 4 

Chriftiana, Hilli 6 

Heed E Ik, or Iron Hill 10 

Cbarleftown, Palmer I o 

Sufquebannah Ferry, 6 

Havre de Grace, i. 

Bujb, Stiles ii 

Abington, I 

fifi Lyo», 13 

.^ei Hea/e, 6 

Ba/timore,Stitk or Drake 7 

fi"/^ RidgeLand.SfnrVKT 8 

Elk Ridge, Spur vie* 8 

d«tO; W'iilett I J 

Bladensburg, 8 

GecrgeTotun, Suitors 8 

Alexandria, Wife 8 



VI.) Lower Pea Roaa to 
Providence, NewEaven, 
and NewTork, 
ToAttleborovgb ,Vlt^t\\ 36 

(See Road IV.) 
Pr«w«Vff»e/,01ney,DcxtRr, 
Dagger or Aldrich 9 
?atuxet, Aboro »rRandaJJ5 
Eeft Grtemoicb, Peircc 

tf/i</ Arnold 10 
N, Kingfion, Allen S 



lowtr-billj Saada 
SXin^on, Hawkins 
CbarUjioisnj Chami.Hnio 
iS^efitrlfy Thompfon S 

GroionFtnj, Jeffrey 8 

Kcbt'ftrrf^ Wtie^man 5 

Thence acrofs the Fe??T» 
Sayb»ookF«rry, l*o^d i 
Sa/ifrnok, E'? 4 

ditto, L«sgH 5 

KiUinzf-^ortbt Morrill 4. 
Guilford, W*?d 9 

Bradford, Bildt?fir. u 
W.^avw.Smith.MilsBl 
tfȣ3f Brown j 
Milford, Glsnny 10 
Stratford^ Blackkach 4 
Fair fit Id, Bulkly, Penfietd S 
Norwalit R«ed i» 

Stamford, Webl> 9 

Horfeneck Kaap 7 

Rjft, Ha^'lanA 5 

Marrineek, Hortoa 6 
iy^ew-ltofi'f/tWiliiama 3 
Bafi'Cbefttr, Cfgotj 4 
Kingtbrids'i Sharp 6 
Halfway Hwjet 7 

NeiP-Tor k, ^ 

^ Vi i . ) M iddiTToTd toHart' 
ford, Nevt Ha«en, Ftp- 
Killi, and Philadelphia, 
From Boftw State Houfc (o 
Roxbury, Whiting 8 
DedbaiHf Amca 

ditto, Colburn 

MtdfieU, Clarke 

Mednaft RUhardfon 
Bellingham Smith 
flSilford, pencimao 
Jlffsiaa, Ammidoo 



g \U)tbriii^«, 
4 I Douglaft, 
Tbompfon, 



unto, 
Prnfrttt 
/ijbford, 

ditto, 

ditto, 

Wiriingto»t 
Mantjiild, 
Coventry, 
Cotton, 



Tafl 

Whipple 

Jaccba 

Nichols 

Grofveuor 

Spring 

Peikins 

Clark 

Utley 

Duriham 

Kimball 

Howard 



g Harf/orJ, Wood bridge 4 
ditto, Oreut 4 

d'tto. Little 5 

Over the River, to 
Hartford^ Bull r 

JrFsatbertJtld, Wright 4 
PP'alhington, Riley ^ 
Meridtiif Robioicn i 
JVaiingtJordiQhAiltv. denfi 
NoribBaveny Iret 5 
iV.£<x«e0,Smith,Mi]ci,{ » 
e' Bivwn! * 
l^tff«/«^fo«,Wadf worth i© 
Southington, JLcHia 9 
JVaterburyf Judd 9 

Soutbhury, HcmmaiM 10 
NewtoviH, Chandler 9 
Danhury, Clark 10 

Oblong^ Vaataflail 9 
Fredericksburg, FaterfoQ 9 
Hopewell, Storme II 
Fifif-KillM, Boerumi 6 
North Jliver, 5 

Chefter, 17 

Col. Hawthora*!, 10 
Wallen\ if 

Pettit'a, 16 

Johnfoo'a-MUli 25 
Quakcr*«-Town, i» 
Howell'a-Ferrjr, 14 
Bennett^a-Tavcri^ 7 
PhiUdelphie, ^T^ 



(VIII )Poit Rosa t3AV«- 
^ury Port & Cafco Bay, 

^dedfard, Blsncbard 4 
Ma'di^f Hill 3 

fOver Madden Bridge 
to S'fl/fi/w is 15 milej.] 
^aiden. Wait a 

Ly.nftf Ke??e1! 4 

[0*£r Winnifimet-Fftrry 
to ^?e'we!i'W; f» cn>yf\ 
Danvgrny Winchefter 7 
Ssifm^ Robioltr; (2»</ 

Buflington a 
[Taf ritf apdfr Road,from 
Wiochsftcr'i, DanvefS, /»? 
Leach'x^a «!//«» Putnam i, 
foMf* fo Weoiiam,Portci'», 
4 miies,} 

Juft over 5d/tf« Bridge, 
to Bevirty, Brazier, Leach, 
ar.d Afhtooi I 
Baker % 

Wenhamt Porter 3 

Hsmhon, Adama a 

Ifpcoicby Treidwel!. 

Homeai or Dodge 4 

PowUff jcwet ^ i^ayfon 4 

biiwbury^ Putcam 7 

HtHobur^'fort, DsTcrjport 

tfjTji Koyt X 

Newiury-port Ferry, Pike 

[Over IVe^fter^t point 

Salijbury, Dr. Nye 4 

Eampton-Falh, Saahcrt.] 

tf»i Well?, I 

Hampton^ Leeritt 3 

North-Fa sipton, Learit 4 

Gr<^»/<>«<^» Li^by ,Saobom, 

««<i Pickering, 5 

^ertfmoutb^ Greenleafi 

dni St&Tcra, 5 

Over the Ferry, 1 

Portfmoutb Ferry, Reed 3 



rci^*,Bi3jrfo3 6?Pxebb!e 9 

diito, Sewall^ Wyer 5 

^itto, Co?e 11 

ditto, IJercajd 4 

Biddefordf Hooper f 

ditio, SpJiDg j 5 

Pepperelharo^y Bradbury 4 

Sc&rbor6ugbf Burback i 

ditto, P4iil:ktn 

ditto, Katcion 

ditto, March 

Faimovtby Btoad 

ditto, Dyer 

Fcr^/flci,Grce!c, Davis | 

?' Motley, &f Hufton | 

NswCafcOf Backnam 

JNs. Tarmeutb, Lor in g 

aitto, r . di 

Freeport, CumiSiingB 
3rut:f%oicif Cbace 
BrunfwickFilUf Stent 
Satbf Lambert 

HeatndsWt F*rr?, 
Wifcapu Wfcittier 
Netvcajile Ttttj^ Attty 

iinoy ' Nichols 

Hobleboreugb, KufTcy 
f-ftildoborougb. Reed 

ditto, Samfcn 

Cujhingf Patkajd 

S:. George*! Ferry, 
CatrJeVt Gregory 

Maduncooky McGIathry 
Duck ^rapy Ulmer 

Btllfajty Mitchell 



Black 



Parker 
Pattea 



Frankfort 
The Ferry, 

Blue UiUy 

ditto, 

Union-ri-very Miliikin 
Kiilkennyy Gookina 
Goutdsbotougby Jonca 
Macbiat, Longfellow 



a 
a 
a 

4 

4 

3 
7 
6 
% 
9 
5 
5 

TZ 

a 
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5 

a 

5 

a 

7 
9 

7 
7 
7 

11 
1 

'J 

7 

7 

6 

19 

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Lj_]_ 

THE 
MASSACHUSETTS 

REGISTER 

FOR 1 7 9 S' 
By T. and J. FLEET. 

Situation b Boundaries c//-^^ United States, 

agreeally t« the limits tfiabliflbed hy the Definitive 
Treaty of Peace between the Unif«4 Ststcf and Great- 
Britain, ratified on the third Day of September 1783 

Situated between 31 and 49 deg. of N. Latitude, aod 
9I. and 24 deg. W. Lonfitodt from Pbi adelphia.— 
Bounded on tbe corthweft aod north by the highlands 
»h2ch lie to the eaftward of tbe river Sr. Lawrence, aod 
which divide tbe rivers which fall into the St. Lawrence 
from thofe which fall into the Atlantic ; by apper Canada 
the river Iroquois or Cataraqoajr, the Lakes, viz. Lake 
Ontario, take Erie, lake Huron, lake Superior, the Long 
Lake, the Lake of the Weeds, and a line drawi^ due wth 
from the porthwcfiernrRioft angle cf the Uft n:cntloned 
lake to the river Miflifippi : On the weft, by the river 
Mifiifippi : Oa the fcutb, by Weft Florida, Eafl Florida, 
and Sc,Mary*s river : On the eaft, by tbe Atlantic ocran, 
the river St. Croix, d Nova Scotia : Comprehending all 
iflaodg within twent> leagueicf the coaft. 

It is computed that the forface ccotalned within the 
above boundaries is one million of fqua*e miles 5 Which 
mounts to 640,000,000 of acres. Gt this 51,000,000 
jf acres are water. So the land within tbe United Statea 
amounts to 589,000,000 of acres. About three firths 
of which »re ccniptifed within the Stares that now com- 
pofe ihe Union. The remairinj: 220.000,000 of acres, 
Ijiog weft of the northern and middle Statet, aod north*. 
«eft of the river Ohio, and extending to the river Mifli- 
fippi, with »n exter fiwe territory fou^h of the Ohio, ori- 
g'.DaJly ceded to the United States by North and Soooth 
Carolina and Georgia form the Weftern Territory. 



XGaVERNMENT of the Unitfd States 



GEORGE WASHINGTON, Frefide^.u 

Saia.y (^^anted by Corgrefs) 25,cco Dollars per Atrium 
Barth'.iomeii) Dandrtdge, Sfcetary to ti)« Prefiaent, 

John Adams, Fice- Prefidmt, 

(Salary 5CC0 Dollars per annum) 



DEPART\5ENT of STATE, &c. 
"Edmur-d Rardo'ph, Sccatary cj Statet - 35CO Dollars, 
George Tajlrr. jun. Chief Cletk, 
J^ccb B'ackweU, / ^, . 
George Pfeiffcr, C ^^ ' 

HH^ioJ^'I^^Jrjf'^^' l^'^pr.ger ond Docr,keeper. 
A\;r.trAtr H^r^i'.ton , Secretary of the Treaf^ry, 3500 

i. J ■ > Pttna-ai Clerks, 

Edward J ores, 5 

Leightoa VVocd,juti, 1 

Diiitel Bre-it, > Clerki, 

G.*nr?e BcK-d, ^ 

■V^Ji'am Efcnbtck, MefferX^r and Door.keefir, 

Oliver Woicdtt, CcmpcrolieroftheTreafuryy 1650 
Henry Kuii!, Cbiff Clerk, 
CUi ks. 
Gervas HaU, Char'e* jarvis, Willhrr. Tfi'rh-^ 

W.IJiam 3rodlfi, Jcha Wrij.ht, Patrick Fe-jal 

AlfJta^der Brodie, Jsrras Shoenruk^:-, George PaXtcn 
WsiH»ni Irvine, John P. Ripiey, 

Jvih.-i ii>!rrou''hs, Mefjengir and Door- keeper, 
Richard E^j; rif .n, Audit<.r of the T'eajUry^ j^CO 
Will jam Simtnond*, Chief Cierk, 

Clerks, • ' 

VViliiam A'ricks, Ezelciel, Freeman .ft hn?t:j,olcten,' 
Narhj^a B»ksr, J.'hn Giblon, Dcj^le Sweeny, 

W.il!-.' Biarkb'jTne, Gfeotge Nixon, Jv«o<g»n '.v.ttr#y, ■ 
Clemen?: fif<>wn , R;c:.2rd Rccdy, RobeitLndcjwoid, 
James Burnfjde, 

JMeph Fo^m?..", Meffet.ger. 



r 3 3 . 

Department of State c^jntlnued. 

Ter^zh C.Q\z, Commijjioner of Revenue^ - 2403 Dollars 
W liliam Bartoo, ^Cbief Clerk, 
Willium 'inks, Ezekicl Fcrmini 1 Z, . 

Richard :.ank5, jch:) Mtafe. J '"'^"' 

Micbsj?! Gills, Mejfenger and Door keeper, 
.'ofeph Nouife, R.egi^€r uf the Treafuty, acoo 

Clerks. 
jcfhua Dawfon,. Jofeph Stretch, Johfi Burchafi, 
William Jamff,, Charles Tomkins, Wi iia-nShepheid, 
John Woodfidc, William Story, Gsorge Mitcacil, 
Rnbfrr V''r;.n.|ht, John Maxthe*«, joboLtttU, '■ 
John B-yd, Michael Kenredjr, John Hindnan, 

ivl.'cs F. CJomsr, John Woo-Jfids, . Wuliam Gardner, 
Steuart Cumtnif), Michael N>)ori'e, 

Leona-d Hjteley, and Aadrew Wfight, Mejfengeru 
Samuel Me-'cditb, TVfa/arfr,. - - 8400 

.Andrew Graydop, Chief Ck'^k. 
-^^J.obn Jhrmpfcn, and Samuel Brook, Clerk:, 

i^tnrjf_KnoxfSecre(ary at f^ary - - 3000 



Joha St»gg, jun. ti'/f/' C/fr.^, 

Phlli;? Audibert, Jan's H. Lauj'cr, William Burton^. 
Nathaa Jjaes, Jacob Hoffman,. Samusi Lewis. 

Frederick S^riggs, Doer-keeper. 
jofej^hHowe!!, dccomptantto tie War Department ,\^oo 

Cler-h. 

Benjamin Mi^in, John La r,'cnc;, Bcnja, Harbefoo, 
Joha Ksafi .g, Jofiah Pirkcr, j^enja. Betterton. 
Csleb Swan, Pa;Mafler to the War Dtpariment, torefidi 
mar icdd Quarters of the trtops. 6&Doliart nmaihly. 



The ^rJariei of the chief derkt /irc not t9 exceed Sooj 
DcHirs a Tear -^ and the aJ]:!Unt Cttrh 'r.ot more]^ 

tbaix. ^00 Dot'a:-i e.ich per <si.r.'lfn. \ 



4 1 

At R S 



Maryland, 
John Henris 
R -haid Fctts, 

h Virginia. 

Jamei Moaroe, 
Jobo Taylor, 



S E 

Of the third CONGR.ES"> ^f the 'Jn^tei States. 
Which eommersced its fir ft Sejjion at Philadelphia on 
the firH Monday cf December 1793 

No Perfon 13 t'igible for tS^enator uolefs he is 30 jrcart oi 
ag9, 3Q Inhabitant and aitizso of the State for 9 yean 

John Adams, Prefident of the Sqotlkc, 

The Prefident is to have no Votef uxlfft equally di<vid«d> 
New I^amplhire, 
Joha Langdon, 
Samuel Lirermore, 
MaJJ'acbuJsiti, 
George Cabot, 
Caleb Strong, 
fibide IJlandSc Pr evidence. 
William Bradford, 
Theodore Fofter, 
Ctnne^ifutt 
Oliver Elfworth, 
Suphea Mix Mitehcl^ 

New Tori, 
Aaron Burr, 
Rufu» King, 

New firjej^ 
FreJeick Frelioghoyfeo, 
John Rutherford, 
Fernfylvani^, 
Robert Morris, 
Jamsi Rofs - 
Delaware* 
John Vioing, 
Vacant 



Ntrtb Caftttna, 
Benjamin HawktAt* 
Alazaaoer Martin, 

South CarolittS» 
Pierce Butler» * 

)KRali^n Izard, 

Georgia* 
Jam;; Gunn, 
Jame? Jackfoa, 

Vermont, 
Stephen Kowe Bradley, 
Mcfes Rob-.nloOf 

Ktniucltf, 

John Brown, 
Joha Edwardt. 



Samuel Alljne Otis, Secretary to the Senate. 

Robert Hey/bam, Prir.cifal CU'k. 
John Od», and John Dcmpfie, Clerks. 

Right RsT. William White, D.D. Chaplain, 
John Macheri, Door- Keeper, 
Cornelius Maxwell, AlMant Door-keeper, 



1_[ 5 1 

Federal REPRESENTATIVES 

Cbofenfor the 'i bird Co^GRE3S of theUa'usi States. 
[All>babe:ical:y arranged'^ 

Frederick \. Muhlenberg, Speaker, 

John Berkley, Cjerk. 
MewHampshire, 5 Counties, and 14.1,885 lohabitaots 

Name*. Towns, Counties, 

fjichi/as 'lilman^ ExC^er, Rockingham, 

JohftS.Sbe'b met Poftfmouth, Ditto, 

Jeremiab Smih, Peterbarough, Hiillborough, 

faine iVingate, Stratbam, Rockicgham* 

Massachusetts and Maine. 
Maine, has 5 Counties, and 96,540 lababitaote. 
Htnr^f Dearborn, Pittfton, L'ncoln, &c, 

George Tbacbtr. Biddeford, York. 

Portland, Cumberland, 

12 CouQtics, & 378,787 Inhabitant^ 
Dedham, Suffolk & Norfolk, 

Barnftab)*, Barnftable, 

Taunfon, 
Sherburne, 



Peleg iVadfwortb, 

Massachusetts 

Fir er AmtSf 
s( Sbeajalhu^>8ourne 
ik.Davtd Cobb 
y Pflei; Co^n, jun, 
it Samuel Dexter^jun, Charlrftown, 

Divigbt Fofier, Brook field, 

Berjamin GoodbuCf 

Som.el Hoken, 

Wi Ham L\man, 

Tberdore Sedgwick, 

Artemat tf^ard. 



BriAol, 
Nantucket, 
Middlefrx, 
Worcefter, 
Eflex, 
Ditto, 
Hampliire, 
Berk/hi. e, 
Worcefter. 



S»!eai, 
Dan vers, 
Northam!)ti>n, 
Stacbb'idgr, 
Shrewfbury, 

'^hodeIsland, ha« 5 Counties, and 68,815 Inhabltaotc. 
Benjamin Bourne. Providence, Providence, > 

Francis Malbone, Newport, Newport. 

CoNNRcTlcvT, 8 Countict, and 237:946 Inbabitanti* 



Jcjhua Coit. 
'«mes Hillbouftt 
yimafa Learned^ 
Zepbaniab Siviftt 
Uriah Tracy 
yon at ban Trumbull. 



Ne* London, 
New Haven, 
New Londoii, 
Li»ch field, 

Litchi'eldy 

Lebanon, 



>yeremiabi'adf'wortbf Hartford, 



New London, 
New Haven, 
New London, 
Litch/^e!d, 
Litchfield, 
Windham^ 
Hartford. 



L 6 3 

jFjj'ii'c'rtf/Reprefentaftives 3dGongrefs, continued, 
NswYoRic, haa 20 Couatlss, divided into 10 Diftri£ls. 

ana contains 3^0, no lahabitanti, 
J. E. Van Allen, Heiry Gieo, 

Theodorui Bailejr, James Gordon* 

Philip Tao Ctrtlaod, Eliaa Talbot, 

Peter Vm Gaafbeck, Thomas Tread well, 

Erckiel Gilbert, 'John Watts. 

NEwjEBSEY^has 13 Cobnties, and 184,139 Inhabitants^ 
John Beatty, J Abraham Clarke, 

Ellas Boudinct, Jonathan Dayton. 

Lambert Cadwallader, i 

Pennsylvania, »2Co^nties, and 434,373 InbabitantSa 



James Armftroog, 
William Fiadie'y, 
Thoonai FitzfimonJ, 
Andrew Gregg, 
Thomas Hartley, 
Daniel Hsifter, 
William Iivioe. 



]ohn Wilkes Kittera, 
William Montgomery, 
Frederick A. Muhlenberg, 
Peter Muhlenberg, 
Thomas Scott, 
John Smilie. 



Delaware, has 3 Counties, and 59,094 Inhabitants 
Henry Latimer. 

Maryland, has 19 Counties, divided into 8 DiftriAs, 

and contains 319,71^ Inhabitants. 
Gabriel Chriftie, William Hindman, 

George Dent, jWiUiam Vans Murray, 

Gsbriel Duval, jSamuei Smith, 

Uriah Fotreft, [Thomas Sprigg. 

Virginia, 9i Countie?, divided into 19 Diftti^s^ and 
contains 747,610 Inhabitants. 



Thomas Claiborne, 


Jofeph Neviife, 


Ifaac Coles, 


AntMony Wew, 


WiUiam B. Giles, 


}oKh Nichoiaj, 


Samuei Griffia, 


Johfi Page, 


George Hancock, 


Jofiah Parker, 


Carter B. HarrifoB, 


Francis Prefton, 


John Heath, 


Robert Rutherford, 


Richard Bland Lee, 


Abraham Veoable, 


James Madifon, 


Francis Walker, 


Andrew Moore, 





C 7 ] 



?i^r^/Reprefentatives,3d Congied.continued: 
ORTH Carolina, 6o Chanties, divid. ioto io Dia.!a«, 
aad caatains 393} 75° Inhabitants. 



rjomts Biouot, 

iiiiam Johnfon Dawfon,. 

mes GlUefpie, 

iiiiam Barry Grotre,, 

atihew Locke, 



Nachanie! Macon, 
Thomas Mebane, 
Jofcph McDav.clI. 
Benjamin Williams, 
}nkt>h Winftorj. 



UTH Carolina, &^ Coum'.ei, divid. n'.o 6 OiOri^H, 

and coatains 449,073 Inhsbuan^fl^ 
«uel Benton, Andrew f'jcken*,, 

grander Gilloa, William Smith, 

hn Hunter, IRichard ^Vinn, 

Georgia, has 11 Counties, and 8a,4- 5 8 Inhabitants, 
naham Baldwin, | Thomas Peter Carnes. 

Vermont, has 7 Counties, and ^5,929 Inhabitants, 
thaniel Nl'es, | irrael Smith. 

Kentucky, has 73,677 Inhabitants, 
riftopher Greenup, | Alexander D. Orr, 

John 6eck!ey, Clerk of the Houfe of Reprefentati-veu, 

William Lambert, Principal CUrk. 
tcrnard Webb, and William Gait, EngroJJing Clerks, 
Ajhbel Green, D. D, Chaplain. 

Jofepb'H^beaton, Serjeant at Arms, 
Giffird Daily aod Tbomat Claxton^ Door-K«epers* 

The Speaker of the hioufe has iz dollars, and the 
embers both of the Senate and Hoofe, 6 doljari for 
ry day's attendance } and for every twenty m'Iss io 
»elUcg to and from the feat of ((overnment the <^me. 
The Secretary of the Senate, and Clerk of the Houfe, 
b 1500 dollars per annum, and i dollars per da/ dur 
; the KiTion, The chief Clerk of each, 3 dollars, and 
: engroiTing Clerks, a dollars per day during the feffioo, 
1 daring the reed's ofCoogrefs, if oeceHariiy employed 
The Chaplains at ths rate of 500 doiiars pet auntam, 
-ing the Seflion. 

The Serjeaat at Arms, 4 dollars per day. 
The Door-keeper 500 dollars, and Affiftaat Dgor 
^ij 450 dollara per »anum» . 



LJ_j 

^ppropriatijns for defraying the Expenjitur 

of tbe\l\si\ Ltft 'jf the United Statet Jor the Tear J79, 

pOll che cotTifieifacions granted Co the i Dollars, Qt 

Prefident and /'ice Pt?fiden:, \ 3j,ooo 

For camvenfations to the Senate tnd Houfc 
of RsjiefsntaMvej, their o.ncera & atteo> 
dafits for a fsffi >T of fi« tn-mfhs, - - 185,^90 
For expcfjcss .•f fi'ewood, ftationary {Printing, 

aad ottter expe->cs8 of rbe tv»o Woofes, - lo>ooo 
For ci^mpeifationt to'he chief joftice, affb- 

ciate judges, diftri£l jiidge«.-& attrrnejr, 43,200 
For defra/ing the ex-ieace of c>erks of courts, 

jurors aod witneflTes, - - - 1200 

For defraying the expences of profecutioni, 

and for the fafe keep ng of prifoners, . 4000 
For campeofatioo to the fecretary of ftatCf 

c erk«, and perfons employed, - 68co 

For expence of ftationary> printing, and other 
! ctpeoces io the oHee of fecretary of Mate, a,o6i 
For making good a deficiency for txi't ler- 

TJces of clerks in the feci-e aiy*« office, - 800 
For compenfatioo to the fecretary or the 

treafury, clerks, aod perfoos em^l^syei^, - 7000 
For cxperice of flationary, printing and other 

expences of the treafury office, • - 500 

For compeafation to the com^'trope? of the 

treafu<r, clerks, and petfons employed, io,2oo 
'For expence of ftationary, printing. & -^^er 
I contingencies in the comptroliei's office, Soo 

!For cjmpenfatipn to the treafurer, clefk»» 

and Oerfins empo'yed ti his office, - 41.0a 

For expeace of fiewood, ftationary, printing 

and contingencies in the treaforer*s office, 400 

;For cn/n->enfarioo to the auditor of the 
I treafury. cierk*, &c. employed, '^- - '0,450 
Fjr expeice of flatio ^.ary printing. & other 

contingencies in the audiror'a oBice, - 500 

or com->enfation to the commiffioncriof the 
revenue, clerks, &c. emp oyed, - - 6,150 

For the expences of ftationary, printing, &c. 

in rbe office of the comini{fioner, . - 300 
For compenfatioo x.o the regifler of the 

tieafuty, clerks, &c. tmploye'd in his office, yyoo 



t 



C 9 1 

Appropriations /or Civil Lift continued^ \ 

DoUars. C:i, 
or expences of ftationary, printir.g, & ccher ; 

contingeccics, mcludirg fa«oka (at the -^xih- \ 

lie ftocki for the regiitrjr oiViCe, - 2000 

it rent for the feverai houfea employed in 
the treafury depatcmsnf, - - - 1596 65 
>rwood and candlw in the fsvera! ofiices, - 1200 
•r eompCufaiiODs to ihe loa.'j officers, - 131X50 
'^ det ay'mj the .<peacej of the fcwcrallcaa 
offices f>5r ftationary and c'erk hi.-c, - i7i377 y5 
■r comperiratian to the fecretary at war, • 
clciks, &c, en>plo7ed in his cffice, - . 7050 
r expences of fnewocd, ftationarT,priDt:ng, 
and other contingcncifii Jn his office, - - Soo 
r making good a dtficiercy in the appro- 
priatjjns for this cfSce iaft yeir, -. - Z05 aS 
r ccmpenfstion to the a:c:<ua(aat to the 
<»ar departmeot, and clerks in his o^ce, 470<> 
r coDtinger.t expences in the oflice <.f ihe 
Jccountaal fo the war departmei', - - 4ai> 
r cofnpeafaticos to the diiecto:- of the mint, 2000 
the aiFiytr, - - - - - 1 500 
the chief coioer| . - . . 1 500 
the engraver, . - - - 1100 

Vhe trcafurer, . - - - iioo 

three cerks, 500 dollars each, • - - 1500 
r defraying the expences of wo'kroea, - 33^5 

the cxpcnccs of the m'.nc, including the 
Jay of a rffiijr, w^en employed, for 
gold, fuver aid copper, - « - _ 1700 
• replacing maney advanced at the bank 
'or importirg cooper for ihe mint, - - 10,000 

■ defraying the expsnce of scixperparcbifed 
n the year 1793, • - - 73>o 

the purcbafe uf copper in the year J 794, 7 3ja 

■ conipenfatiof.! to the ga'^emors, fecseia- 
ies 2r.d judges of the territory n^rth weft, 
.nd fouth cf jhe river Ohio, - - 10,300 

expences of ftattona'v, office rent, print- 
Qg. paren-s foi Jandr, &c. for fald territories, 700 
the payment of fundry penfions, - - 1367 7j 



[_J0. ] 

Approprlailons/cT Civil L'xjl cont'tnued.. 

DoUa i. C 

For the an'^us! al!owj-!Cs to Biron S^eobca, 4500 

Far the aa-;ua! ailo'"crcs to ths widow 5ni 
childrenr.fi"*.":!, Hi'jin?, a^d vHe orpliao 
cbildien if Mai. A;x^od,"r Truemar,, 9143 

For arrCAr^ec' of pet.fi :n8 c^ue 10 the abofe- 

n2m»d pcif-^Gs in 5793, • " ^75 

,For the fdiiti «oft |Of Gcrt. M»rcs.r*9 Cm. - 400 

For *be mainienaoce of light hcufes, beacon*, 

rie»s, /jkes, huo^s, ar.d re;.a;!S, - - ao,000 

To irak.n? gooi a deiiccncy in the appro- 
priation for ditto 111 1731, ■ - 4000 

Fjr the pyrch&ff c* hydforretors for the ufe 

of the of?i«'? Of"-')* cuftcnr, - - I500 

For baUiicetiue to th* tftats .f Gfn, G-rene, 53,t«; 

Fo< dsfrsyifJg th- f)t,>e:,ce of ftatior.a'y, and. 

priafing f e pub' c accuonrs for 1793, * ^''^ 

Fc-r pjying Tich Jemwdi aijowi^d tc tUe offir . , 

cers of tlis sre^fury,^ not pjo?idf d for, - 5000 



C<,vnr. 
State?. 

Ma'Tjchiifetrs, 
Rhode in. nd, 
Cor.r.eHkrt, 
PJe'W Tof^k, 
Neiv y^rfi^t 

Maryland, 
Firpir.ia, 
, North Ca'r.h'Tta\ 
South Carolina, 
Giorgta, 



moners 



Cvrr.m'Jfinr.e^s, 
W'liijm Ga diier, 
Narhanie! Applctoo^ 
Jib?z Bov.-ei, 
WiiJlstn Im ay, . 
John Cnclyan, 
Jair.cs Ew'ng. 
Stephen Moylan, 
Jsrass Tilron, 

Benjaniin f^arvsrood, 

Tf^hn f-iDpkins, 

Wi!!i3Ti Sk-aner, 

John NeufviJ'x, 

Richard Wylij, 



,/" Loans. 

\, Salaries. 



650 Dolla 
J 500 

(00 
\oco 
1500 

700 
I -00 

600 

ICCO 

1500 

JCOO 

J ceo 
7cg 



The CommiJJlor.er: sf Lsasj in th? ff w»r3l States" are tr 
allrwrd for r.fcefTary" fl3t"'^ni»T, ?5fo the ^^reof Cli 
to afTift in the d.nies of thtir refpefliv- Offices. 



Judickry of the United States, 



S 1/ l-» R e M E COURT. 
1 fjy, of Is'f-v Y >rk. Chief Judice, Salary 4C00 DoH. 
IHam CuHiing, of MafTachcref.te, ^ 
ncs 'Vj.ion, cf PenrJy'varu, I yi^7if:::.'3 Juffice?, 
)3 B'si", cf Virgioia, > i^a'ary 3<;oo 

n's Iie-el!, of North Carolina, \ DwUirs each. 
;l;sm Pa't^rfoo, rf New J^'ffcj'. J 
M;;*m Btadfcrd, of PenDfylvinia, Attorney jene-aU 

Salary 1900 DjiUrs, 
Samusl Bayard, of Pennf>'»anli» Clerk. ^ 

he Pecordi of the Ccurt of Ft .rj av ' .\'pf>^a's, in eafeS 
jpturg, are hrged in the Cle.k'i C^ce cf this tcurt, 

Dl ST R 1 C T C OUR T s". 

ifriSJ of \ William Lith^.v, Athrriy, 
Mj..ne. J f hn Hrbby, Ma'jhcl, 

C Henry Sewall, CVtr-J. 

f [ohn S'lllivan, Judfre^ icoo Do^ars. 
■iSf of New 3 E'^ward Sn Loe L vtr-oi^ Attorney, 
■im^piie, 1 NathanieJ Ro^jcrj, fyJaffia', 

^ Jonathan Sleei, C/V- i. 

r Ssmwel Hitchcock. Jat^V^, ?oo Dollars. 
r/?''/c? of ^ 8wp' CT Jacobs, Attorney, 
"ertnont, S Lewis R, Morri?, Marfial, 

(. Fredsr.ck H:i?, C/.t/J. 

ifiriil rf \ Chrificpher Gore, Anornry, 
ffachufeiii. J Tchn Brooks, Marfl.a'-. 
Nathan Gcoda'e, Clerks 

Heory Marcbant, Jud'^e, gco Dolbrs* 
if.ria of ) Ray Grtinc. Art'.rn'y. 
'de IJand. ) William Peck, Marjbal. 
C£-n:oQdT. £He;y, Ckrh 

f Richard Lav?» yttdge, locc Dollars. 
r'i^rjV? o'^ 3 Pi«f?ont Edwards, Attcrnev. 
iincaitut, j Philip B. Br»d ey, MarpaU 

*- Simeon Ba'dwiD, Cfr.^. 



Di 

Dijiria of 
NiW Tork, 



DifiriB cf 



Fennjyhania. 



Diftria of 
Delaware. 



Dijiria of 
Maryland. 



DiCtria of 
Virginia, 



DiBria of 
Kititucky, 



Dijlria of 
^orth £aroUna. 



Vijirta of 
Ssnth Carolina, 



DiRria of 
Georgia, 



L_L?_„3 

ftri<fl Courts ccntinued* 
r Jame* Duace, Judge 1500 DoIUo, 

J Ri»iiarc HauiiiT, ■ittomeyt 

C Robert Throop, Cierk, 

f Rcb»rr iViorrie, y^dgej looo DolUn 

\ Abraham Cjder, Attorney, 

■^ Ti oinas Lourajr, Marfhal, 

t- Robert B.-^ggs, Chrk. 

/-Richad Peterj, 'Jud':e^ 1600 DoU* 

N Williaftj Ki* \e, jittorney, 

1 David Leooz, Marfr&i, 

C. Samuel Caldwell, Uerk, 

/•Guof^inf, Bedfofd,* Judge^ SooOo'li 

^ George Pe»d, jun. ^ttomep, 

1 rhomas M'Lean. Marfhal, 

C Matthew Pearce, Clerk, 

r Wii!i?m ^^t^^ Judge. 1800 Dorian 
3 Zebuloo Hollirgfworth, Attorney, 
1 Natheolel Ramfay, Marjbal. 
L Jo&ui! ^snty, Clefk. 

^CyHi$GrJfiifi, Judge, 1800 Dollan 

\ Alcxarider Campbell, Attorney. 

p David M. Randolph, MarjkaU 

Cwilliatn Marlhall, Clerk. 

^ Karry lones, Judge, 1000 Dollaff, 

J GeQr|;e Nicholas, /ittorrey, 

j Samuel M'Dowel, jun. Mar/bat, 
C Jamen G. Huotrr, Clerk, 
£ John Sitgrcares, Judge, ijooDolIa; 
\ William li\]\. Attorney. 
, \ John Skinner, Marjbal, 
1. Afcner Neale, Clerk. 
/■Them a? Bee, Jt^dge, iSooDolUre 
\ Thnmas Parker, Attorney. 
*) Ifaae Huger, Marfhal, 
i Joihua Hall, Clerk. 
r Nath Pendleton, Judge, 1500 Do! 
\ Matthew M'Alifter, Aaorrey, 
^ jofiah TatimaJl, Marfial, 
L Vcozblcs Bond, Clerk. 



C '3 ] 

t/i LiJ} tf/CounfelJjrs admittsd to fraSllce in 

the SupreiES Cou't cf tht United Sta'es. 
[Arranged according to the Period of their Admiffiooj.] 



clias Boudinot, New Je^J^y 
ThomatHii\tj iPefirfy^vanta 
Rithard Harrifon, NexuTork 



James Monroe, Virginia 
Edward Bord, Pennfylvanitt 
Luther Martin, Maryland 



Ei,bert EeofoQ, <f//^o Will. Eartoo, Pentfyhan'tM 



J^bn Laurence, ditto-, Mofcs Levy, ditt» 



Thco. Sedgwick Majfacbufeis 
William Smith, So. Carolina 
Morgan Lewis, Ne^ York 
Janies Jackfoo, Georgia 

Fifter Amu, Majacbujettt 
George Thacher, ditto 

Richard Varick, IJeiv York 
Rtbert Morris, Netv jerfej 
Samoel J ones, Ih-w York 



John F. M iBin, - ditto 

Charles Heatley, ditto 

William Rawle, ditto 

Jafper Moylao, ditto 

A'txander J. DaHas, ditto 

Thomas Learning, ditt9 

Peter S. Duponceau, ditf 

Jofeph B, M'Kean, ditto 

Jofeph KendeifoD, dittt 



Abraham Ogdeo, tJnvJerJey^ Alexaodcr White, Virginia 
Eli/ha Boudinot, ^;>/"o Samuel Jchnfoo, NoXoroHna 

jWil'itm Paterfoo, ditto ^nhn D, Coxe, Penrfy'vania 

JEzckiel Gilbert, ditto' Div\iL.Birte»,ltfa^'flcbuJettt 

•CorneliTjs Bogart, Ne<iv J1»r/t'Thcm»8Smitb, Penrfylvania 
Arthur Lee, rfV^/n/ai Charles Swift, dttt$ 

[Richard BafTet, Dehfuare\ William Few, Georgia 

John Vining ditto] Abraham Baldwin, ditto 

JohnW.KitteraP««r/y/vflnx3 
H, H. Brackenridge, dtttc^ 
George Read.jon. Delaivare 



/. 

Barnibas B'\i^t\lCofine^ic-ut 

[Win. Ut»d?oid,Pefuifjivania 

jWiliiam Lewis, dl>to 

Ak^aoder Wi'.cocki dittolSim\i(on Levy, Pennfylvcnia 

Mieis Fiflier, ^i/ro Anthony Morris, ditto 

Jared Ingcrfol, Pennfylvania Samuel Roberts, ditto 

Edward Tilghman, ^»r«|Ephraim Kit by, Conveaiciu 

A Lift cf the Attornies adm-tted to praiiice 

in the Supreme Court cf the Unifed States 
WiUiam Hooftoun, C7eo'^/<2J Peter M after ton, h'twYork 
Edward LiTingfton,iVew :,f* Wiiliam Willcocks, ditto 
Jacob Morton, dittt^ fohn Caldwell, Penrfyhonia 

Bartholomew D. Hart, <//Vw I Benjamin R, Morgan ditto 
John Keefe, ^///rjljoho Hallowell ditto 

The Supreme Court muft bold, artnually, tivo Sfjfiom 

at the Seat^f Ccverrmentt » 

— -- I iii j — i n »iii» < i u II i m u — I 'I' " III- 

11795-2 



C 14 1 , 

; Times an J PUces c/ holding thrCQ^n% 
I of the Urvi'cd States, ai eUsbliped by Laiv, 

S U P R E M E COURT. 

^^T ths Saat of Goverrmjnr, en the -fir ft Mondays u» 
February and Augui^, annwaiiy. 

CIRCUIT COURTS. 

E&ff&rn Circuit. 

In the Di/Jria of N^w Hsmpfiiirp, at Port^moytfj tfee 
27th day of May j and at Excfer, the 24th of Oftober. 

Ii Vermon^, at VVindf:r and Bennirg-on ilterns^eljr, 
00 the T2th day of May annually, ielrg at Bcanirg:oa 
in May 1794* 

In MaJJacbufetts, at Bofton, on the 7th day cf Juce^ 
aoti Jzth" of Oftcber, ' I 

In /?i)?^f Jfk^Tid, at Newport, on the 19th of June, 
acd at Providence, en iht 7th of Navemier, I 

In ContiiSI'uu!, St New Haven, en the 25th day of, 
'Vpr I, and at Hirtfoid, on the 55;^ day of September, | 

Li Ne^ York, at New Yojk, en the 5th daj5 of 
Apti! aod September. 

Mi4die Circuit, 
In Nf.v Jerfey^ ai Trenton, on the ad .days of Apfi! 
and! Oaober. 

In Penrjylvar.il, at Philadelphia, on lh« JitJi «ay3 
of April and Oa<-ber. 

n Dehivare, at New C»ft'e ard Dover, alternately, 
Ion ':hs 27rh days of Apiil ard 0£ltber. 
I It Mfirylandf at Arr.apoiis, on the 7th day of May, 
jand at Ejf^-?, on t^e yth dny of November. 
I X^Virginiat at Richmond^ on the jl«d d9yi of May 
f^aad November, ^ 

Scutbdffi Circuit, 
in Nsrtb Cdrali^a, it Wake Ccurr Hcufe, till eenTtr 
oient acccmmodaiions can le had In the city cf Raleigh,, 
on the ift day cf 'une ard the gcth day of Ncvrmbfr. 

In South Carolina, at Cj^arlefton, rn the 25th of O£^o , 
IjeN and at Columbia, on the I2?h day cf May. 

In Gso-gifl, 81 Savannah, on «he a 5th dsy cf Arril, 
ini at Augufta,^ on ihe 8th of November, 

fVhefj any of tbe above Days happen tn a Sunday'. 
the Coart ii .'? t>s held on the Monday following, \ 



■ C 15 J ^ 

DISTRICT CO UXTS. 



IN the D.ftria of Maim, at Portland,- eft ths 3d TutO 

6ii of June, and fi.ft ia December, and at PownaUj 
ttorough, ;be ift TueAJay in Ma'ich and Ssptrmbcr. | 

\n New Hatr.pfrrre, at Portfmoo:h. crt the ^d Tutfdaysj 
r\ Mirch arjd >cp.tniber j and st Ereter, on the tbirdl 
fiiefday* in JutJ« and Dejcm-ber, | 

In Vermont', a^ Windf-jr, on tBc rft Mondiy? in Fe-| 

bruary and Auguft } and ac R-utlaod, en the firfi Men-j 

ays in M-ay and November.. j 

l:i Majfachufettf, at Boftoo, cr» the fi.ft Turfdays' inj 
June and Djccmber j andrst ^iem, the firftTucfdsys .inj 
March and Septeoiber. j 

Ir: Rbods-ljiindy ar N'-wpart, en the fiift Mondays in! 
February and Attguft 5 and at Providsncc, on the f"ftj 
VloRdays !T Way zni Navcmber, * | 

In CvKTJc^'cxtt at New Havea, en the third Tuefdays! 
ia February aod Augu.'^ j- and at Kaiifcrd, on the third ^ 
Tuefdaje in May and- November. 

In New fork, a: ths City of New York, en the firft 
Tuefdays in February, May, Auguft, acd November, 

lo New Jerfey, at Builingtcn, on the fir^ Tuefdsy? 
in Feb'Udrj and Au|uft j tni at Kevvufuafwicr.', on the 
firft Tueidays in May and November. 

In Penrtfyivanio'. at Phlladslphia. on the ficond Tuef- 
days io February, May, Awguft, aa<J No»embct, 

Ifj Delatvsre-f at Dover, on »he f>uith TLffdsys in 
February and Auguft j snd at Newctftle, en the fourth 
ruefd?y« in May and November, 

!^ Maryland; at i;.aft:>n, on the fi?ft Tucfdajrs in March 
and Sepicinh.'^r j and at Baltimore, 00 the fuft Tuefday^ 
in June and December, 

liVirginiay^X. VViJl'amfburg, on the third Tuefdayj 
in March and September ; and at Richmocd, OQ the thirc 
Tuefdays in June and Dccerr.ber, . 

in North Carolina, at Ncwbern, Wilrtvingtnr, an*> 
Edenton, in rot3tirr>. on the firft Mondays in Jaousry. 
April, July, and October, beginning at Newbern the firfl 
Monday in Ju'y J7y2, 

lo South Carolina, at Charleftowi, on the third Mon- 
days in March, a'.d Septembsr, the fint Monday in July, 
and fecnnd Monday in December. 

In Georgia^ at Aufufta, on the fecond Tuefdays in 
March and September ; and at Savaansb, on the fecond 
Tuefdayi in June and Dcceiubero 



C i6 3 , 

Miai^ers and Confuls c/*/i^^ United St?tes, 

To foreign Pcivers. 
[^mis Muaroe, Minificr to the Repub'lc of Fratce, 
Srepheo Ca:ha!an, P^cQJeot ac Mu fei'Iet. 
Na'.haiiijl Cutting, Cocfoi at Havre Tvlarat, 
(Vi. de !a Motrc, Vice Coafal at Dit;o. 
John F«awick, Ccafa! at Hourdeaux, 
BurrcU Carrsi, Ccnful at Niintx,. 

r. Dcb;e2 Vice Confji at Ditto. 
Nijiaalcl 3»rrc;tj Cocful at Rouen. 
Ym.m: Skipwlib, Caafal at Martinique, 
William M'Carthy, at the Ip of Franct, 
John Jay, Envoy Eitraordinafjr ac the Coort Gr. Britain, 
Ttomii Picckasy, Mioiftcr at tb« Bridjb Comt, 
'jofhaa jobrfoa, Confu* at Londov., 
James Maury, Qfnfu! at Liverpool, 
ti.as Vai^dsrhorft, Confui at Bfijlol, 
Thomas AaldJD, Vice Confui at Pool, 
EvJward Fox, Ccnful ^ Falmouth, 
jofcph Wiilan, Confui at Dublin, 
j5-,xi€3 Sinrii/on, Cori'ol at GibraUer, 
V^tiiism >.ho.'t, Cf.a-gs des Affjiies in Spain, 
Ciiirles WiliaTS Fiedcrick Dunias, Agent ia Hdlaui, 
James G::sc!c;f, Cca^ul at Amfierdam, 
,S, ivanui Bcurr.e, Vice Cwafal at Ditto. 
[John Q^ A dims, R;5d.*iil at the Uaittd Netberlandt, 
^4?ld .vlallbew Clarkfori, Confui at St. Eufiatia, 
iSamue! Cjopcr jcbonnot, Cocful at Dtmarara, 
'iLhizzzzt Druih, Confui at SurraMam, 
iBeiijamio H*mnel Pbillips, Confui at Curracoa, 
iAraoId D^-lius, Ccnful at Bremen. 
!Paiiip Ms<k. Ccofji at Franc :r.ia io Germany, 
iD^vid Huinpb.y, M;3liler a: Foitugal, 
lE^ward Ci.a:ch, Confui at Lifr^on. 
is. de Ciaracufe Sfow-nc, Dsjjuty Confui zt Oporto, 
John \5airdca p.ata.d. Confui at Madeira. 
Jiha Culmaa, Cooful at 0'j!jvj in Tenenffe, 
Joha Cla.'ke, Vice Ccnful at Ditto. 
John Streer, Vice C^uful at the Ifliad ol Fayal, 
'ofcpb Yi-aardi, Confui at Ca'iz., 
R cha d Hirrif^n. V.ce Confui at Ditto, 
Robert Mjntgomerj, Confui at AUcant, 
Micbael Murpbey, Confui at Malaga, 
O i»er Poliocii, Commercial Ajeot at the Havar.nah.. 



r 17 



5 Confuls from ths United States cQ7itinued* 
[Hans Rodolph Seaby?, Copfui at C^peiibagen, 



Henry Cooper, Conful at Santa Cruz, 
Joha Parrifli, Conful ar Hamburg. 
Tbomis Barclay, Coafu! at Morocco, 
Samuel S^sw, Conful at Canton in tbina, 
ThoinisRindi!!. Vice Conful in China, 
Benjimin Joy, Confui at Calcutta. 
Guifeppo Chiappe, Ageot at Magador, 
Peter Fcliechy, Conful at Leghorn. 



Minlllers and Confuls frovi France 

To the United States ef America. 
Citizerj J. H. Faucbct, Minifter Pienipitcntiary & CoofuJ 
\. Gtntiz^i^^fi^tnctzK Philadelphia. 
Antoine C. M. <3c la Foicd, Vice ConfaJ General, Ditto, 
Citizen /. P. Petry, Confu! at Pennfylv^izia. i 

Citizen A. B. Mangourit, Confol zt South Carolina, \ 
Gitizja A. L. Fonf^ertius, Vice Conful ai South Carolina, 
Citizja F. Moifoaier, Vice Conful at Maryland, 
Citizen M. Kauterive, Conful at Neiu Ycrk, 
Citizen Datinery. Conful at Dojion. 
L3»rcnt D'Ann«mouts» Conful for Tkjaryland Sc Vlrgittia. 
C<M2«o Cherci, Vice Conful at P'i^gir.ia. 
C:t!z?T Arcsmball, Vies Coaful at New York. 
Cit'zsT M. Tofcan, Vice Conful at New Eamppjire.- 
Hefior St. John de Crevecnsacr, Confal for Conneciicut 
John Piaver?, Vice Ccnfulfor Ditto. 
Ignacc Roraaine.Confu! far No. & So, Carolina^ 8c Georgia, 

From t\ie United Netherlands. 
FranciB Van Berckel, Minifter, Refident Philadelphia, 
DkietickLtzTiouveTtCooMMaJ/achufetts SeN, Hamp/hire, 
Herman Le K'^y. Couful for NeivTork and Neiv Jerfef, 
jan Hcndficlc ChrftJao Keincker, Confui for Ptnnfyi 

vania a-.d De aware, 
Adrian Va!ck, Confu! for Maryland tni Virginia. 
Jan Booen Gravs?, Confui fcr North Carolina^ South 

Carolina^ and Gecrgis, 

troPt Spaio 
e Vlar, 1 
Don Jofcph de Jaudeange, \ end Cbargei d«iAffairet\ 



Don Jofeph Ignatiode Vlar, I CommiJJioneri 

Jofcph de Jaudeange, \ 



C'795] 



C i8 ] 



Foreign Confuls continued, 
Fram Portugal. 
Ignatius PaJyarf, Coafui General, at Per.nfyhania, 
James Barry, ViceConfal for Maryland and Virginia, 
Francis }ame» Ver Cnocke, Vice Conful for So. Carolina^ 
Richard Codman, Vice Cooful for Ma(facbujetti* 
John Abrams. Vice Conful at New Tork, 

from Sweden. 
Richard Soderftrom. Conful at Pbiiadelphfa* 

From PrufEa. 
Charles Godlfrey PoleHce* Conful Genera!. 

From Great Britain. 
George Hammond, Miaift^r Flenipoteatiarj^i Refideot 

^t Philadelphia, 
[Sir Johin Temple, Conful Gensral for the Eadero Statei, 

Refident at A'fw J^erA. 
Thomas M'DoDougb, Conful for' the States of Majfa. 

cbufettSp New Hamffhiret Rhode JJland and ConneSiuut. 

Refident at Bofton, 
Phineas Bond, Conful General for Pennfylvaniat Dela 

ware, New Jerjej, New Tor*, and Maryland, 
Thomas William Moore, Vice Conful for Rhode JJlar.d» 
Edward Thornton, Vice Conful for Maryland, 
John Hamilton, Conful for Virginia. 
George Moore, Conful for North Carolina, South Car» 

Una and Georgia, 

Fees of Confuls /r^aa the United States. 
FOR authenticating under Seal, every PioteftyDepofittoi 
or other Aft* which captaias, mariners, pafleagert 
merchants, or others «ay chufe to make, two dollars. 
For taking pofTeflion of and fettling the perfonai efiate ( 
any eitizen of the U.S. who (hail die within the limit 
of his conCulate fve per centum on the grofs amount:. 
For taking into poHeiTifln, fettling and paying the balenei 
due on the perfonai eftateleft by any citizen af the XJ.i 
who ihall die within his limits /v; per cent. 
For delivering fuch eftate to legal reprcfeotatives before 
final fettlement, if in moBey,rwa and an haif per tentutn 
They are to notify the death of any perfon, and to tak 
* meafurea in regard to ftraodcd veflela of the U. S. 



C «9 

T) U T I 



E S 



Payable on all Goods and Merchandize, 

tnported into the Uaitcd Spates of Ams.ica, after the taft 

Day of June, 1794, inciuding th« additioaal Dutiu to 

which the refpefliTe Articles are iiabir, 
A RMS, fire and fide, not otherwife 

enumerated, - - I $ psr cent.adval, 

l%te,|Beer, & Porter in cafks & bottles. 8 cents per gallon. 
rtificial Rowtn, fcztheri acd other 

ornameats for womeas heads. 15 per cent. ad val. 
^nnifecd, - - - 75 ditto, 

Aochurs. . t . 10 

Brafs, iron or ftee! lockf, hinges, hoes, 

invils and ticei, - - 10 per cent. ad vol, 

r-Atl other maaufaAures of brafi, t 5 
%riclu ami tiles. • 

Boot*. - ^ w 

Booki, biaok. ' » 
Buttons, all kinds, 
Buckles, fhoe and knee. 
Brufhes. 

Cannon, after May, zt, I79S* 
Cards, playing. 



Cards, wool and cotton. 

Cables and tarred cord«ge. 

Cabinet Waxes. - 

Carpets and carpetiig. 

Cartridge paper. 

Caadles, of tallow. 

Candles, of wax or fpermaceti. 

Capers. 

Csoes, walking fticks and whips. 

Cambricks. - « 

Cbeer«. 

Cbina ware. w 

Cinnamon, cloves, currants & comets. 15 

Chintzes ie coloured calicoes or muf-j 
lint, 8c printed, ftaioed or coloured 
goods or manufaflures of cotton or 
of lionen, or of both, or of which 
cotton or lionen ii the material of 
chief ?alne. 

Cocoa. 



15 

7 5 ce^ts per pair, 
10 per cent, ad vah 
IS 

»s 

10 

»s 

*5 cents per pack. 
50 cents per dosatt, 
>8® cents per civt. 
*S per cent, advat, 
'5 
'S 



^ cents per Ih, 

*S per cent, adval* 

10 

10 < . 

7 cents per lb, 
'S per cent, ad vat. 



ftbalf 
tenU per ptu 






r 20 1 



ln>po[l and Exzi^Q Duties 


continued'. 


khocoUtc. 


3 cettiper pdu 


Cordage, tarred. 


lEo cents per cw, 


Cordage and yarn untarred, 


ai5 


Cofmecics. 


15 per cent, ad Vi 


Ccal. 


5 centi per hup. 


Copper manufafture?. 


15 per cen .adv 


ecff«. ■ - 


5 cents ^sr pou 
3 


Cotton, 


Cotton or linnen ma nu failure?, or 




of bt>th, or of which cotton or lin- 




nen is the material of cliief value, 




bsing printed, ftained or colour'd. iz^ peraat.ad^Vt 




10 


Cl-^cks & watches, or carts of cithsr. 


»5 


Co3ch;s, charia's, phactors, chairs, 




rhi:fss, fa!js or other carriages. 


t» 


Clo-tki 'g 'cady roads. 


,'» 


Cu;blKs sKe- Msy 2i, 1 79 5, 


'5 


Deiitnfice Powd*s,. tioftures, prepa- 




ra^.i.ns and com;jofitibn» for the 




tee h a-d gums. 


»5 


Dniis, dre/Ted ard urdrefled. - - 


15 


Dr'Yf>, rhedicinai (ex'.cpt thofe com- 




m -iy ufed in dviogj - 


T5 


Ea-. tn and ftone wa.'W, 


15 


IS 


Fay a! wioe. 


JO etuis per gall. 


Fearhers »-nd otlrc- ortjaments for 




Wf>meri5 hfad df-ffjs. 


J 5 per cent, ad vi 


Fri iifCs comihoDJy ufed by UpboU 




ftt^tti}!, coachmake.s and iiddieri. 


IS 


Figs and dates. 


»S 


Flowetf, ixtificia!. - - 


IS 


Floorcloths and mats. 


*s 


Ffufts of all kinds. 


'5 


Glafs, black qaart bottles. 


20 


~— wind»>w giafsj 


IS 


all other glafs, acd manu 




fafturei thereof. 


ao 


Qia-jber Salts, - - %oo cents per cat. 


Gauzes. 


10 per cent. ad va 


dinger. 


^5 , .., 



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Impoli and Excife Duties anttnutd^ 
ove» of leather, - 15 perCfnt,aJval. 

all oiher gloves zii mittens. 15 

tli, filver acd plated ware. 15 

jid &fi'v?r lacs, and plated wa'C. 15 
)ed», W2fe9 and merchandize im- 
ported dirc£l!T fromChina or India 
in (hips or vefTcls not of the United 
States, except Teas, China ware, 
and all other artic-es liable to 
higher rates' of duties. - I4-J 

jcds, wares and me.-chandlze 
not herein otherwife particularly 
ertumerated and dcfcribcd. lo 

!ue. - - 15 

unpowder, after the 2ad May 1795, 10 
angeri. - - 15 

air- powdery - - I5 

ats — of Weaver, Mtt wco! or a 
mixture of either of them, 15 

— a'l other hats, caps and bonnets, 15 
:em?, - - 100 cents pet r<wt. 

idigo. - - »5 cents ffer pound' 

on, caft, flit and rolled, - j^ per ctnt.adval, 

— ftcel or brafi locks, hinges, 
hces, anviJs and vifcs. - 10 

— all other maaufaftures of iron, 
fieei or brafs', or of which either 
of tbcfe metals is the arric'e of 
chief valwc, not being ptherwife 
particularly enumerated. 15 

ews:5ery and Paftework, . 15 

.ite, of go'd and lilver^ 1 5 

'aces and lawns. - i« 

.aces, lines, fringes, talTels and trim- 
mings commojiljr ufcd by Uphol- 
fterers, Coachmakers and Saddleis, 15 

.ampblac^. - - 10 

.eather, tanned and tawed, ard all 
Manufactues of Leathei, or of 
Mihich leather is the ar'icje of 
chief value, not othcrwifc parti- 
cularly enumerated. - 1$ 



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Impod and Excife Duties continued. 

Lead aod mu.kct ball, after May *2, 

179^. - - I cent per pi 

'■ " -» Ail other iT!3ooLrtures of lead, 

Cr in whi-nh se&d i& ihe chisf anic, l 
Lemons a?;d l.mcsi - 15 ^er ccnt.ad 

Linen or cotton m^nufaflurw, or of 
both, cr of which c^it'oa or lineU' 
is the irate-. ial of o;-i.if vaiu«, 
ptiinsd, ftained or coioursd. 12 Srhalf 

— — not pjnitd, fl-ainedor colour'd, i© 
Lifbo;} and Oi^ojto xvines, - 45 cents per g 

Looking glafs. - ^ ^o P'"' (^"^-ad 

Mats aiid. floor clothsi -- "" '5 ' 

jvlarblf, Hare and other ftone, br/cfeg, 

tabLs, ciorurs, and other utecfiis 

oi m&tbk luU,Sc cthct (toat ware, t^ ptrcsnt.ad 
Mdce. . - 35, 

Medicinal dri-gj, exccspt thoft eom- 15. 

nfiDnly uCcd in dvj-g. _ 15, 

Meicbsndize.gcodt ic wares imported 

d.irs£i:i«' from China or India io \t(~ 

ith noX of the Uftircd States, ex- 

cjpt teas, china ware and other 
~ articles liah'c to higher duties. i» & bslf 
Merchandize, goods and wares not 
, herein otherwife particularly enu- 
merated and delcribcd, - 10 
M:i;er>ary ready made. - 15 
Mo'^fTis. - - 2 ctntiper gi 
Muikets and firelocks with bayonets 

to the fame, after May a*/ 1795. '5 per cent, ad- 

without hayoacts. - .15 

iVTufiird in flour. - 15 

MLflns and mL-flinets coloured, -ix&^^lf 

cot ftaiDcd or coloured, - JO , . . 

..... „ csnti per pi 

Nails. - - ^ ^ .\, 

., , ,1 per cen-t.aa 

Ku'megs, •• - 15 

Granges. - - 15 

Olives, and Oil. - - 15 

lOiorto and Lifcon ytce, » - ^S cent i per ga 



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inipoil: and Excife continued, \ 

er hanging?, - - 15 fsr cent.advaL 

er, writing and wrapping. - to 
e-, flicathing and car'ridg3. - 15 
Iters coloutr, whether dry or io 
il. except thofe ufed for djing, 15 
kthread ar.d Twine, 
fbosrd, parchmsnt and reilun). 
:ew. rk and Jewelry, 
iter Bianufadures. 
ref. - - •« 



fumes, 

ols after May 22, J79S» 

mes acd Pnots. 

jcntc, 

ktes of all fort§. 

vdcrs, partes, balls, ba^fams, oilf, 

intmentj, wafer?, wa/hes. tio£lute», 

flcnces or other compcfitiocs cal- 

ed fvreet fcents, odors, perfumes^ 

r ccfmetics. 

mbs and Prunes. m m 

Cms, - m 

i. . - f 

t, G'auber, p 

Lvtcar wines^ " 

tcb. I. 

I cloth. 

te, ftone aad Rene ware. 

dies. 

fins snd other wrooght fiks, 

el. 

rrry wine, - - 

■>es and (I'^^xrt rf illk. 

-- ether /hres and flippers ffir men 

md womei, clogs aod gokfh?**. 

— other fhoes and flippers for 

children, 
ords and Cutlafle?, after May si, 

'795. 

ck!t;g?, 

•nc and earthen ware, 

ip. 

OS ?r^ other earriagej, 



400 cents per civt 
10 pir cer.t.adval. 
»5 
15 

" centt perpound. 
'S per cent. adval 
15 
xo 

4 cents per pound 
15 per cent, ad val. 



15 

JS 
'5 

11 cents perhujhil. 
ftco cent i per cv>t, 
30 cettisper gallon 
35 per cent, »dval 

10 

IS 

TO 
10 

1 CO ««/j ^rr rw/. 
3 3 «o?; per gallon. 
ft 5 cents ptr pair, 

15 

10 

^* <>^r cent,aival, 
«o ^«r tent.advah 



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I 



Inipoil an^ Excife Duties continued. 


S^irifs diftiSltd in forcip d couctries. 




From Gjaitt, F;i ft proof. 


aS centipergalh 


Second proof, 


29 


Third proof. 


31 


Fourth proof. 


34 


Fifth proof. 


40 


Sjxfh proof. 


50 


From other materials. 




Fiift p:oof. 


*5 


Second pioof« 


»S 


Thiid proof. 


z% 


Fouith prjof, • 


3* 


F.fch proof. 


38 


Sixth proof. 


46 


Spirits diftiiled in the Unittd States, 




imported after the 5tb day of June 




1794., io tbc fams fhip or vcfTd 




IB which theji had been paevjoufly 




exported from^hsUiiisedStatej, viz. 




From MolaiTes. 




Firft proof. 


'3 


Secood proof. 


14 


Third proof. 


"S 


Foarth pr(K>f. 


17 


Fifth proof. 


ax 


Sikth proof. 


aS 


Ffom materials of the growth or 




prod ice of the United States, 




Firft proof. 


7 


Second proof. 


8 


Third proof. 


9 


Fourth proof. 


11 


Fifth proof. 


11 


Sixth proof, 


iS 


Svsars, from and after Sept. 30, 1794. 




Brown, 


itihiiM cent ttr 


Chyed, 


3&half 


Lumo, 


e&balf 


Loaf, 


9 


Otiier refined, 


6&ha]f 



[25 ] 


COf 




Impoft and Excife Duties 


ttinued. . 


plbe» 


I cent per pottni.\ 


ilver and plated ware. 


15 per c€nt.advaU\ 


Uce. 


>5 




ugir Candjt 


TO 




ouff. 


x% 




*«<r:is and trmimings commoaljr 






ofed by Upholllercrj, Coach- 




/ 


makers and Saddlers. 


^5 




'abies of marb'e, fljte or other ftone. 


15 




reas. From Chioa and lodia. 






Bohea, 


10^ 




SouchoogAodotbef black tea», 


iS 




Hyfen, 


3» 




Other greco tea», • 


ao 




From Eurxjpe. 






Bohea. 


1% 




Souchoog aod otbtr black teae* 


21 




Hyfon. 


40 




Other green tea*. 


«4 




From at)y other place. 






Bohca. 


>5 




Souchong and other black teat, 


a; 




Hyfon, 


5» 




Other green teas, 


30 




'ecet fFe wine. 


*o 


antipergafkm. 


rwine and Packtluead, 


400 


eentt fer cwt. 


Tin maoufaflutCB. • 


*5 


ftr <t»t ad vai. 


rites and bricks. 


15 




^oys, not oiherw;r« eoomcratcd. 


lO 




robacco manufaAured. 


10 




•''eUets aod feiverec*. 


lO 




^ioes, London particoTar Madeira« 


56 


afitt^iat'tn 




49 




— her, do. 


40 




Sherry, 


33 






30 






as 




— - — Tener ffe ajid Faya', 


so 


. 


— All other wines (rot to exceed 




thirty cents per gallon in Amerieaa 




?e!Tels, or thirty two cents per 




gallon in Foreign trefTe's) 


40 tt^rcent.edvaiJ^ 



£'7953 



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j Imfjoft and Ex^cife Duties continued, 
Iwareoof tin, pewter, copper, earthen, 
or ilone/ cbioS) gold, filyer 
and plated. - ^S per cent.edvai, 

Wafers. - - 15 

Walking ^icks, whips jand canes, 1 o 
Waxcandlw, - - e .cents per pounc 

V/atchcs and clocks, tt parts of either, 15 P^^ cent.adval 
Window glafs. - - »5 

Wool acd cotton cards. - S^csnts per dozen 

Wood manufa^lured (exclufivc of 

cabinet waies) - 12 Sthz'f^er cetii. 

Yarn unrarrcd, - - 245 cents per eivt. 

All other goods, not before particulany eziuineratet 

and defcribed, 10 per cent, ad .I'alorem. 
A Duty ie alfo laid by an AQ. of Congrefs, that tool 
place Sept. 6, 1794, upon all carriages, cither for any per 
^ons own u(e, or to let out to hirt, «r conveyiiig of paf 
fengers, the following fums, to be paid yearJy in «hi 
rrjpnth of September to the Supervifors and Snfpcftors c 
the Revenue in the fcveral Diftn£^8, viz. 
Forx*ery coach trie yearly furrj of 10 dollars. 
For every chariot 8 Doiiars. 
For every Phaeton and Coach ee, 6 Dollars. 
For ether four wheel, «nd every two wheel top 

carriage, a Dollars. 
For e<e»y o(bcr two wheel carrisge, i dollar, 
Thoic empUvyed in htfoandry, or tranfpoTtJcg of gccsJ? 
wares ard rrercbandize, produce or conr.modities, an 
not changeable with the above duties. 

7iie foUoHvhg Articles are frtt from Duly. 
Philofophica! apparatus fpecialiy impoifted for any fcml 

nary of learning. 
Articles of all kinds of the growth, produft or manufac 

tufes of the United States. 
Brafs cannon, till May 5, 1795. 
Copper in plates, pips and hars. 

Claaths, books, houihold fuiiiirure, and the tools or im 
picnner.te of the trade or proffrffioD of (tcribps wh 
come to refide in the United States. 
CutlaiTes free to May 11, 1795. 
'^•vigs and woods for dyie^, 
^ort of everv kiodundie^ed. 



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Impoit Duties, ^c, continued, 
3«)od«, w»rc9 and me^chandici intended to ht re-exported 

inthefam'? veiTe! inwhi^b they fbail be imperted, 
jun powder, irtf. to May 4t, 1795. 
tlaw Hide*, aod Iron wire. 
Lead aod.mofket ball, fes to May 22, i'J^l* 
Lapis Calamiaar!s, and PjaKtif of Paiis. 
Did Pewter, a^id tla in pigs and plates. 
Piftols, free to May a», 1795. 
Wire of bra^s & iron, and wool & wood Bntnatfufa<?^arsd, 

AH rctail-dea!ets of wi.-ies and fcreign diftiiied fpiricu-1 
1US liqaors, a«e nearly, by a lafe law of Congrcfs, zhtt^ 
he 30th of S^ptcnrber i794-» to take out a liceife from 
he Supcrvlfoi of the revenue for retailing thf fisie, for 
which they ass to pay far each 5 do'lars, on forfcitwrc of* 
50 doilarB if they fell without having a licenfc therefor, 

Faf.i of Coins for ejiimating Duties. 
Pound Sterling of Great Br-tarn, 4 doMaje and 44 ctnts, 

of Ireland, 4 doiia-? arsd Jo cetts, 
Jvrc Tourooii, j8 cents and aa half, 
Oacch Florin, or Guilder 39 cents. 
Mark Banco of Hamburgh, 33 cents acd one ihkd, 

2 DoUj? of Sweden, one Doliar. 
fleal Plate of Spain, 10 cent?. 
W'Ireeof Portugs', i dollar and 24 csst», 
Fiie of China, i dollar and 4S cents. 
Pagoca of India, I dollar aad 94- cents, 
•iupec cf 8? ri?a), cc cg^rr gnd ao half. 

Fxclfe Ofiicers in MafTrtChuietts Dijlri^i, 

f-'athaaiel Gorham, of Ch'ir'tftowfr^ SMpervifor. 

The Dia.-'ift i- divided in^o thre-.^wra-j^vs-ith an InJpecJiw,] 

Sufvey Na. I, The Superz-Jor is the Infpe^or. j 

Comprehend ing the Counties cf York, Cum'jtrlandf \ 

Lincoln, HjTicock arjd JVafhinyjcn. ' \ 

Sur-vcy No. 2, jonathzT jackfor:, or' Ncwb.?ort,/K/j&f,57cr,j 

ComprcheadinK t's Coisnt'es of Efe::^ Middleftx, j 

fVc'cefier, Hamppire and Berkfiire. j 

Survey No. •?, Leonard Jarvis, of Bcflnn. InJpeSior, 

Cone p.-eh ending the County of Bujjo'.k. and s.'-! the 

other parte of the Sfate oot_iftclu<ied in No. I & 2. 
7be /i'-owances tothi Soperviftvrs, lofpsftors, andotbir 
Offfccn c/l.-rpe£tbn, are net to exceed 70,000 Dollsn. 



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Ofiicers o/lheKtvtnuc Departtncnt in Bofton. 

Becjamin L-nco)n, CeUe£}or, Porr of Boft9H tc CharUJiown. 

Benjamin We'd, Deputy CoIIe^ir. 

Jarnea LoveH, l^wvai 0£icer. 
Thomas Me! will* Surveyor (^ InfpeBor of Excije, i,^ 
Jonas GJarIc Minot, ^ Jnfpeaors, 

Robert Duncan, C ^^^ 

Pete' DoMifer, J Mtafureru 

John Farnham Barber, •\ 
JBer.jamin Eaton, > JnjpeBont 

JjRies Bancroft, J 

Bfxa Lincoln, Infp'fior at hUnibam. 
Samuel Wellj Hunt, Inftecior a: Cba<'leficrwn» 
William Shaituck, J 

Jofhua Pico, t Wei^ben and 

John B ar, f Gaugeri, 

Samuel WbeeVrght, J 
Green Peatce, J hfi Green, I Employed in the 
Ber^ja. M orjtan, fofeph Newitl. | Ca^w //.a /.. Boat. 

Infpecftors /?/ Por// /;? Mafldchuleits Diftria 
Thomas Melvill ^o,'?6n Ed*ard Pcpe, ticwBedfo^ 

Barthol-mewPu*nam, 5a.Vw[ jofeph Otis, barnpab 

Wi liim Watfon, Plymou 
Richard Trivec, To; 

jcTemiah HilJ, Biddcfo, 
Fame*. Lunt, Portia* 

vViIl,»m WeW». Ba 



Sam. R. Gerry. Marhiekead 
Jeremiah Stanford, Ipfwicb 
Sam.Wbitrcmore, Glocejhr 
Mich. Hodg(0, NetubuyPort 
JoGah Batcheldor, Beverly 
H«JijahBa,liM, < ^r>i>f.«&JFranci. Coak, m/ca^ 

J J ' V ii-wanjey John L«e, Penoiji 

Stephen HuiTey, AJ^/rrttfySeCl Me!. Jordan, Frenchman' B. 
}-!.- D— r- y iW«rfi>j'i!Stcrhcn Smith, . «„ / 
|John Pcafc, < ^.^^^^^^ iL.F.Dclefdernier >'^''^^' 

When any wine3 are permitted to be landed, either 
pipe, butt, hogfbead, cafk, cafe, box or package, they a 
to be maiked by the officer under whofe immediate ii 
rpe£^ion the|[ame fha!] be lasded, in iegible and durab 
charaftcrs, with progreflive numbers, the name of t. 
(aid officer, and tbe quality or kind cf wine j who ii 
grant a certificate for each fuch pipe, butt, h«g(hcad,ca/ 
cafe, box or package, fpecifyiog therein the name of tl 
importer, the vefle! in which the fame (hall be imporfe 
and the number thereof, to accompany the fame whew 
HeeverUftaHbe fent.— -—The fame with regard to Tcai 



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/STABLE of FEES. 

in the ftvtrai Coft^m-Hcufes of the V.iitc4 
Stateii agreeably to tbt Lawt t/Coogrcii. 

For tbe Admsafuremeat of Vifftli to be Regijiered, 
/elTela of loo Toni and under, one cent per Tin, 
f above 100 Tool and under 20 J Tons, 150 (entt* 
[f above X90 Tons, two hundred cents, 

Admeafuremct vf I^ejf-U to he Enroilcd. 
■^effeU of 5 ToQS and uoder 2 :•, fifty centt, 
U\Jt\t of 19 Tom to 70, feventy five eemti. 
^eiTets above 70 to loo I oos, one hundred centu 
ftScU above 100 Tons, one hundred and fifty centt. 

Fees o/Rcglflry. 
or cverjr Certificate of Regiftry, two hundred cents, 
'or eve rjr certificate of Record, tv.'0 himired tents, 
'at c«ery Bond required by tHr Aft, twenty five tents, 
'or every Endo^femeat, one hundred cents. 

Feet of Enrolling and Licecifing, 
^vcry Ceit'tfi^a e of Enrolment, //rj; cents* 
L»ery Bond therefor, tiitentyfive ccnu. 
Ifttj L'iccoce inc'uding the Bond, if the VciTel be »< 

Tonj or under, ttointyfi<v$ cents. 
f aojve to and not ni\re than too Tom, fifty etntt* 
fabive 100 Tonj, one hundred centt, 
.vcy Endorfement on a Cet ti^cate of E irolmeit, 10 centi, 
Lvcrj End rfenaent 00 a Licence, twenty centt. 

Fees fr the aBive Bufineft in the Foreign Trade. 
•V the Clearance of every VttTel for a foreign Port, if 

under too Tons, we hundred and fifty cents, 
f mo'c thaa too Ton, two hundt ed and fifty ceistt^ 
'or every Cockct, twmty eentt, 
*or every Bill of Health, twenty cetUi, 
'or every Sea Letter, twenty cents, 
Svery Bond given by &j>orteTt for OriiH^ck or Beooty^ 

Jfeveittj centi. 

Fell in the Coaftiog Trade. 

'"or certifying a Manifeft and granting a Permit lo proceed 
from one Diftii£l to another, if the v((Ic< be ttccttccd 
And lefs than 50 Tom, twenty five uatt* 

f tboT C 50 Tom, fifty ctttH^ ._ 

l'79Sr2 



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j Fees at /Zv-Cuitom Houfe continued. 
For receiving • Manjfeft, and gWDting a Permic fotlg 
i licenced Vs'fu', if under 53 Tod»» twenty five cents, 
jlfabfjfe 50 ToDf, yf/'fy ff»ri. 
For cettifyinga Ma.vfeft, and grinting a Permit to proceac 

from Diftria to Diftri£t, if ths VefTcl be Regifterod 
I one hundred and fifty cents. 
Wot grauring' 1 P^'m c and recs'ving a cerfified Manifef 
!• of fuca Vefl";^!, tiff? hundred andjffty cents, 
Ufat rer.eiving a Maaifeft aad granting * Psrralt t? a fore?f 1 
I V«if;rl to procetd from one Ditiridt to another, tio 
; bundrid cent9, 
3t fsceivixig a f>fanireft aod grtcting a Permit to uo!o«' 

fi;r fufih vtfKjl, tivo hundred cents, 
or grjoting a Permit to a VcfT«l licenced to carry on th 

F fhsry to trade at farcign Pores, timenty jhe cents. 
Wot the Rcpoft and Entry of any foreign Goods importt 

in fuch Veflcl, fMer.ty five cents. 
For the Clearance of every VefTel having made a partia 

Entry, certifying the Maaifeft & the Bond, eigkty centi 
If any thinj is carried coaftwife, two Manifefts thereo 

muft b: made, one to be retained, 150 ffsrrmore. 
For every Additisa to the Manifait of a Veflel goiflg eoaft 

wife, which arifwen to a Cockst m the foreign ttadi 

twenty cents. ^ 

InfpectOTS, Meafurers 6* Gaugers Fees, 
For every day aa Infpe^or fhall be aftyally emoJoyed i 

aid of the Cuftoms,,0«e Dollar and tv>enty fi-ve. cents, 
for the m^afurement of every hundred bufhels of g^&ia 

thirty cents. 
For the inei^urcmeot of every hundttd buHieU.of fail 

forty certs, 
Fjr the oieaf-uremeat of every oae faundred bufheh of (09 

fifty cents. 
For tbe weighing every one tundred^iand twelve founc 

ttvo cents. 

For tbe gaugiisg and marking of every cafk, eight cents, 
Mea&iriog, weighidg and gauging goods for exportation 

the famje it for importation. 
For compOtifigecctehts/raiirktog cafes of drfitlted fpirit 

and wine», three cents per tafe. 
^or cou&tiag bottles of cyder, beer, ale or potter, dn^j^ 

per do/,en, 



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C 3^ ] ^ 

A T A B L E 

For receiving and paying of Gold Coini^ 
agreaahiy to the late Lavu of Longrtfi, 



Go'id Coinj of Franct. SpatnA 


Gold Coins of Great Britain 


and Dominion* of Spaim 


and Pcrtugiti, 


Grains. Cents, 


ffraifis. Cents, 


I is 3 


I is J 


» - 7 


2 - 7 


3 • «' 


3 - »« 


4 • 14 


4 - 14 


5 - i8 


5 - 18 


6-22 


6 . 22 


7 - 25 


7 - 2^ 


8 - 2,9 


8 •29 


9-^5 


9 - 33 


lO' - 36 I 


10 - 37 


; 11-40 


11-40 


12 - 44 


12-44 ' 


«3 - 47 


»3 - 48 1 


»4 - 51 


>4 - 51 


IJ • $5 


»5 - 55 


1.6. - 58 


16 - 59 


»7 • 62 


17 - 63 


\ la . 66 


18 - 67 


»9. . 69 


1,9 - 70 


; 20-7? 


20 •- 74 


21 - 7^6 


21 - 78 


I 22 . 80 


22^ - 81 


23 . a4 


23 . 85 


24 - 87 


$4 - 89 


rhefe Coioi ate French 


Thefe Cnini are Engli/^ 


s Cuincai, Four PiftoU 


Goineai, JohamtieSy Jfc*i-j 


\ l^ic«M» and their partt. 


J$Tei,tDi tbcir paitt. J 



LjlJ 

A TABLE 

i Jewing the value cf any number of Centu ftom Che to- 
one hundred, io Shillings, Pence and Fartbingx. — 
Very ufeful to ail Pcrfons who may be concerned in 
the Duties eftablifted by the Revenue Lawi ofCoogfefi. 



d.f. 


Ct,, 


«. 


^. /. 


c,. 


t. 


^. /. 


Ctt^ 


*. d. P 


03 


26 


I 


63I5' 


3 


2 


76 


4 63 


1 2 


27 


I 


72, 


52 


5 


1 2 


77 


4 7 2 


3 I 


28 


1 


8 1 


53 


3 


2 I 


78 


4 8 I 


3 


^9 I 


9 


54 


3 


3 


79 


4 90 


3 2 


30 I 


9 2 


5f 3 


3 2 


80 


4 9 2 


4 I 


3. I 


10 I 


56^ S 


4 » 


81 


4 10 1 


50 


^2 1 


1 1 


57] 3 


50 


82 


4110 


i^ 


53 


c 


»» 3 


5«i3 


53' 


83 


4 «' 3 


62 


H 


2 


2 


59 3 


62 


84 


5 02 


7 1 


3S 


3 


I 1 


60 3 


7 I 


8j 


5 I I 


I ^ 


36 2 


2 


61 


3 


8 01 


86 


5 20 


83 


37 


2 


2 3 


62 


3 


83 


87 


5 2^3 


9 1 


38 


2 


3 I 


63 


3 


9' 


88 


5 3 ' 


lO 


39 


2 


40 


64 


3 


10 


89 


5 40 


103 


40 


2 


4 3 


65 


3 


103 


90 


5 43 


II 2 


4' 


2 


5 i 


66 


3 


1 1 2 


9' 


5 5 3 


0, 


42:2 


6 f 


67 


4 


I 


1 "^ 
92 


15 ^' 


10 


4^ 


2 


7 


68|4 


I 


93 


; 70 


'A 


44 


2 


7 3 


69 4 


1 3 


94 


^ J^ 


2 2 


4> 


2 


8 2 


70 


4 


22 


95 


5 82 


3 


46 


2 


9 


71 


4 


3 


96 


5 90 


331 


47 


2 


9 3 


72 


4 


3 3 


97 


5 93 


42 


48(2 


10 2 


73 


4 


4 2 


98 


5 10 2 


5 i 


49 


2 


11 I 


74 


4 


^ ' 


99j5n r 


6oi 


50 


1 





175 


4 


60! 


iool6 



Money accounts of ciK Vaited S-.ate? ar« to be exprefled 
Ui Dollars or uoits, Difmeg or teotba,Ctnt» oc hundredetha, 
'and M l!e» or thoufandtlw. A Difme bejjjg tlie tenth 
part of a Dollar, a CeUt the hundredth part of a Dollar,. 
• Mille the thoufandth part of a DeUar. ^ 



r 34 3 



Continental Scale of Depreci;ition, 
As eftabiiflied by. the late united Provinciaf 
Congrefs, at their felTioa at Philadelphia, 
as a Rule for fettling the Rate of Depre- 
ciation oi> all publick Contrafts made from 
the Year 1777 to the Year 1780, and which 
hath not finca been altered. 

Falui^ of ICO Dollars Paper Money in Specie. 



1777. 


£><?/. 


t^otbi. 


tfbi. 


f t77S. £>o/. 9a^*y. 


Itbs. 


Sept. I. 


IGO 






Ang.7. 


27 


87 


3 


2. 


99 


62 


2 


^5- 


26 


88 


5* 


r. '^• 


95 


63 


6 


Sept.2. 


24 


78 


•5 


Oa. 2 


90 


77 


3 


18. 


22 


84 


4 


20» 


«5 


84 


6 


oa. 6. 


20 


84 


5 


Nov I. 


82r 


7J 





16. 


19 


81 


4 


L ^7- 


78 


73 


2 


Nov. 5, 


17 


88 





pec. 4. 


74 


7^ 





17- 


16 


83 


5 


i ^7. 


71 


74 


7 


Dec. 1 1. 


14 


89 


2 


1 1778 








25. 


n 


87 





Jan. 4. 


67 


% 





1779. 








•^9. 


64 


59 


7 


Jan. 9. 


22 


^J 


I 


Feb. 3. 


61 


83 


2 


24. 


II 


89 


7 


14. 


59 


77 


3 


Feb.iJ. 


10 


85 


6 


Mar. 2.1 


56 


79 


6 


Mur. 2. 


9 


87 


I 


f8. 


52 


84 


5 


April 3. 


8 


89 


7 


April J. 


4« 


74 


4 


May 10. 


7 


89 


5 


* 19' 


45 


75 


5 


J ;ne2r. 


6 


89 


3 


May 4. 


42 


77 


5 


ring. S. 


5 


89 


6 


20 


59 


80 





Sept.28. 


4 


88 


) 


Jane 6. 


56 


86 


I 


N0V,22. 


3 


89 


Cy 


IV- 


34 


77 


3 


1780. 








J^ily 2. 


32 


79 


3 


Feb. 2. 


2 


89 


I 


16. 


30 


79 





Mar, i8. 


45 









C 35 J 



Maffachufetii Scale cf Depreciation, 
gtecftbly to a Law of the State for the fettling of Con 
trad), both public and private, made OQ and fioce the 
firft Dsy of January, 1777 
\e Hurdted Dolhts in Gold or Silver, in January 1777» 
t>eing equal to One Hundred and five DoUats ia the 
Bills of Credit cf the United States. 

Or.e Tboufand Seven Hundred and Seventy Seven 



nuary, T05 


May, 115 


Septen-bsr, 175 


bruary, io7 


June. ISO 


Oftobsr, 175 


arch, X09 


July, Its 


November, 300 


)riJ, ITX 


Auguft, 150 


December, 310 


One Tboufand Seven Hundred and Ssvsnty Eight, 


inuary, 325 


1 May, 40 


j September, 4-7 5 


sbruary, 350 


June, 400 


1 O£tobe*, 500 


larch, 375 


Ju»y» 4*5 


j November, 543 


priJ, 400 1 Augoft, 450 


1 December, 634 


One Tboufard Seven Hundred and Seventy Nine, 


anuary, 74a May, i»i5 , Ssptember, i2oo 


ebruary, S6S 


June, , 1342 


Odcber, 2030 


larch, 1000 


July, 1477 


November, %%•% 


kptil ii04 


Auguft, 1630 


December, a 59 J 



One tboufand Seven Hundred and Eighty > 

January, 2934 j March, 3736 

February, 3 3ix | April, 4000 

om April f il> 17S0, to April *otb, ont Spaniflj miird 

Doilar was equal to Forty of the Old Emifiioo. 



JTil 25tb 
?rij 30th, 
ay 5th, 
ay loth, 
ay 15th, 
ayaotb, 



431 
44 
46 
47 
49 
54 



May a7tb. 
May 3otb, 
June loth, 
June 15th, 
June £oth, 



60 
6a 
64 
68 
69 



September ioth,7i 
C'ftober 15th, -72 
November loth, 73 
Noverofcer30th,74 
February >7tb, 
I7«'. 75 



Auguft X 5 th, 70 

le .Dollar and feveo-eifbtaof a Dollar io New Emiflion 
qval to Ont Dolbr in Specie from the a7th of February 
781, ro the ift of May following ; from tl>e ift to the 
5th of Mayt two and one quarter of the New Em»^'On 
or One in Specie ; from the 15th of Mxy to the rqth 
f juoe, fhrec of the New Emiflion for One in Specie 
ad from the isth of June to the ift of OSioher, four of 
be Nevy Emiffion equal to One in Specie, 



B^ 



f 36 ] 



A TABLE of Simple intcreft at h per Cent. 


For an J Sum from C,i Ko ^.looo. 


/. 


I Men 


3M6n. 
/. d.j\ 


6Mon- 


A Year. 


s.d.f. 


s.d,f 


/. d.f. 


( 


GIG 


3 2 


7 G 


1 2 G 


2 


G 2 I 


7 


I 2 


2 40 


s 


3 2 


G 103 


1 9 2 


3 7 


4 


4 3 


I 2 I 


2 4 3^ 


490 


5 


060 


I 6 


300 


600 


6 


070 


1 9 2 


3 7 


720 


7 


8 1 


2 I 


420 


840 


8 


092 


2 4 sU 9 2 


970 


9 


103 


2 8 I 1 5 4 2 1 109 


/. 


/. /. d. 


/. /. d. 


/. u 4 


/. /. d. 


JO 


1 


030 


060 


12 


20 


020 


060 


0120 


I 4 


30 


030 


090 


i8 


I 16 


40 


040 


12 


I 4 


280 


SO 


5 


If 


I 10 


300 


60 


060 


18 


I 16 


3 J2 9 


70 


070 


I I 


2 2 OJ 


4 4 G 


80 


080 


I 40 


2 8 oj 


4 16 G 


90 


9 D 


I 7 2 140 


580 


loo 


1^ G 


1 10 300 


6 G 


200 


1 003 00600] 


12 G 


300 


I 10 0! 4 10 


900 


18 


400 


2 00. 


600 


12 G 


24 


500 


2 IG 


7 10 


1500 


30 G 


600 


30c 


900 


r8o c 


56 G 


700 


3 10 


1010 


210 


42 


800 


4 001200I240 ol 


48 


900 


4 IG o| 13 IOOj27 


54 og| 


lOOOl 


5 oo|jj, 00I3OG 0)60 ooB 



[ 37 ] 



Debtor 6* Creditor StaUr, and Army Pay. 

THE CommiiTioners for fettling the accounts of the 

ITaited States with the individual Sates, compleated their 

labours in Jaly 179 3, and the folSawing is a itatetneat 

of the fums due, agreeably tQ their report, to acd from 

the feveral States, 

Debtor States, Dollarn, Credittr States, Dollars^ 

New York, 274.S4S|New Hamp.'hire, 75,055 

PeonfylTaoia, 76,709 Maffzchufecti, l,»48,8oi 

Delaware, 612,4*8 (Rhoi; liland, »9»,6ii 



Maryland, 151,^70 

Virginia, 100,899 

North Carolina, 50i,oia 



Connecticut, 6)9,111 

New Jerfef, 49.030 

South Carolioa, I,ft05,976 
Georgia! 19,988 

The annoal expend'turea of Government, fince the 
:ommeacemeot t>f the prefent adminiftratioo, will ap- 
pear from the foliowiog ftatemeot j being the amdwnt of 
Impropriation!*, by law, made for the fupport of go?ern- 
aieat io each year, viz. 



Tears. 


Oollarst 


Cents, 


J789, 


639,000 




»790» 


55i'395 


71 


179', 


827,696 


ir 


179*. 


i,059,iaa 


$1 «-$ 


»793» 


1.589.044 


7* 


»794. 


a. 002, 8 30 


50 



Monthly Pay of thcf Army 

General Staff. I Dollars 

DoIlan.iQnittermiRer, and pay, > 
Major Genera?, 166; Adjutant, ditto, if> 

Brigadier Genetaf, 104 Majors of lofantJy, 5° 



(garter Maftcr, 100 

Adjutant, 75 

Chaplain, 59 

Sur^oD, 70 

Deputy Qaarter Mafter, 50 



Captains, £t> 

Lieutenants, if 

Enfigns and Cornets, sc 

Surgeons, 45 

Mates, 3^ 



Aidde caair> and.line pay,2 4 -Serjeant majors, T 

Brigade Major, * ?4|Quarrer matter Serjeants, 7 

Principal Artificer, 4o|Sentor Muficiani, 6 

Secoad Artificer, aSJScrjeants, C 

Hegimental. jCorpotals, « 

ifleutenao: Colooc'.com. 75 Private 



ajor commandant. Art. 55 
'aymafte r, Se pay in line, 10 

CI795-] 



Muficians, ^ 

Artificers, 5 



t 38 3 




— e z -u 



[ 39 1 



Branch Pilots in the State of Maflachufetts. 

Thofna«i Kocx "> 

Robsrt Knox / Pilots for the Port and 

Charles Cole C Harbour of Boftoa. 

BeuJArssin Smith ^ 

Job'i ijaywardj/br Gioucftflcr and Cape-Anne, 

John Miller 

John Bsrry 

Nicholas Gordon 



Pibts/or Salem and' 
Marblshcad. 



} 



Pilots /jr Marblehead, 



1 



> 



Pilots for Ncwbury-Port 

an^ the 
River Mstnmack. 



VWoXt for the Coaft 

and 

Shoals of Nantucket. 



PlJots for tbe Viaejrari 
and 
Nantucket Shoals* 



John Martin 

Jonathan Erans- 
John Somcrby 
Enoch pjke 
Jofeph Lunt 
Ifaac Randall' 
Eaoch Lunt 
Enoch Lunt, jun, 
John Somerby, 3d. 

Jonathan FoJger 
Abraham Psafe 
Jonatbao Mirick 
jofeph Swain 
Saxui! Daggett 
John Hoimcs 
William Daggett 
Abcer Norton 
JaT.'.s Shaw 
Lemuel K.;!!y 
Francis Nortsa- 
Abifha Peafe 
Ifaic V)iirAt 
Thomas Jonis 

Hugh P-ogersj for the River Kennebeck 
Robert }kiiaii Pilot for Shcepfcot River. 

VeiTeU drawing from 9 to l^ feet water, 3/. per feet j| 
from la to 15 feet, 4/, per toct 5 from 15 to 18 feet, s/j 
per foot } from ig to ai fest, 6/, per foot ; and fiom 21 
to a 5 feet, §/. per foot, 

Perfons pilotir>g without commifficn sreoot entitled to any 
. Fes, but iiibic to pay damages, if any accruejihcrefrom. 



40 ] 



Poft Office Matters, 
Timothy Pickeririg, Poft-MaJierGeneral,%i\tvi aoco doll. 
Charles BurrcM, AJhUant. Salary looo doUars. 
JoQathan Haftings, Deput^-?ofi-Mafier at Bofton. 
RATES of POSTAGE. 
SiagU letter, so mi!es, 6 Cn, » 50 17 ctnti, 

60 8 ctnti, 350 ao «»'*. 

100 JO centi, 450 22 ««rj. 

I 50 \% & half More than 450 *4 f<?«<i. 

No alV^ An>ncc i« to be made for intermediate miles. 

Every double letter is to pay double the faid rate> j 
every triple letter, i?iplc j and every packet weighing one 
oacce, at the rate of four fiagie letters for each ounce. 

Letters paffipgby fea ia packets belonging to the United 

States, arc to pay for a fingle letter, 8 cents, for a double 

letter, 76 cents, and triple letters 24 cents j thofft brought 

in private vefTch are to pay 4 cents each. 

Bf the Propofals ijj'ued by the Poil-Mafter Geaeia! I7§3, 

The Southern NSaiis aie to arrive at Bofion, for fu 
months, from the firft of May to the firft of November, 
every Tutrday,Thurrday and Saturday, by noon, and to 
leave Bofton on Monday, Wednefday, & Friday, at noon 

From the firfi of November to ithe firft ,of Mar, the 
Malts arrive at Bofton on Monday, Wednefday & Friday 
a: ten o'clock in the forenocc, and to leave Bofton cvety 
Monday, Wednesday, and Fridaj, at ope o'clock ia the 
aftcrncon. 

Eaftern Mails to arrive at Bofton, from May the firft 
Noveniber nrft,theMail to leave Bofton everyMooday, 
Wednefday and Friday, at five o'clock in the morning 
anc to arrive at Portfrooutb the fame days by fix in the 
evening. To leave Portfmoutb every Tuefday, Thurfday 
and Saturday, at five o'clock in the morni<3g, and arrive 
at l>oft«a the fame da*? by fix in the crening. 

During the other fix months of Jhe year, the Mail to 
leave Bofton every Tuefday, Thurfday and Saturday, 
fix o'clock in the morning, and arrive at Portfmoutb the 
fame days at feren in the evening, ard to leave Portf. 
mouth ever; Monday, Wedcefday and Friday, at fix. jn 
the morningjand arrive at Bofton by feven in the evening, 

POST Roads are now efiabliftied from Machias r© 
Georgia, and through a great number of crcfs Rosds of 
the internftl parts of the United State*. The Mails ti^ 



t:„.4i_] 

Poii Office Matters continued. 
Ttiei, in the who-e, through Dear 6jo ccw&s, ia the 
ftero Sta'es by the fol owing rout, vh. 
From N-JW Yc»r<, by Stamford, Fairfield, NewHatec, 
artfo d. S;jrin^fi:ld and & ookfieid to Boftun. 
From Softon, Dy Salem, IpfwiCi, Newbury port,Portf- 
outh, V'orJ:, Wells, Diddeford, Portland, North Yar 
outh. S'unrviric.c, Baib, V. ifcsiTet, Newcaftle, Noble 
irough, Kriflol, Waldjborough, Warrco, Thomafion, 
ainden, sod Duck Tiap. 
Profli Psn bfeot, by Frankfort and Belfaft toDockTrap, 
From Penobfcot, by blu; Hill, T-enton, SuUivao, 
ould.'Lorou^h and Machias to KaiTamaquaddy. 
From Portind, by Npw Glouccfter, Greeoe, MoD- 
outh, WinthrOjj and HolJowtH to Pittfton. 
from Boftjn, to Salem and Gioucefter. 
From Siiem to Marblchead. 

From Bofton, by Quiocy, North Par/h in Hinghom 
ymoutn and Sandwich, to Barnftabe aod Yarmouth, 
From Sandwich to Falmouth, thence to H^^imts'sHole 
Marcba's Vineyard. 

From Bofton to Taunton and New Bedford, 
From New Bedford to Nantucket, by a packet boat. 
From New Bedford to Newport. 
From Taunton to Providence, 

From Taunton, by D.ghton and Somerfet to Warieo. 
From Newport, by Br^fto) and Warren to Providence 
From Newport, by Eaft Greenwich, to Providence, 
From Mewport, by WeAer y, to New London. 
From Bofton, by Providene, Norwich, New Loodon, 
lybr ok- and'Gwilfo d ro New Ha>en. 
From Softon, by Dedbam, and Porrfret to Hartford 
Fiom BoHon. by Aodover and Haverhill, to Cheftei 
»d Concord in New Hamp/hire. 
From Bofton, by Concord and Lincafter, or by Concord 
td GrotoQ. to Keene, Walpole & Charleftoo, N. Hamp. 
From Springfield, by Northampton, Greenfield, Brat 
'borough, Wtftminfter, CharJeftown and Windfor it 
anover, D rtntiouth College. 
From Han ver to HaverluU and Newbury, 
Fr<m Brook field, by Northampton, to Pittsfield, •nc' 
ew Lebanon, to Albany. 
F/cm Sono gfield , by Stockbridge to Kioderhook. 

~~[ '7957 ^ 



r 42, ] 

I Draughts 'fr:im the Militia. 

: BY ia A£i of Congrefs pallid Mjy 9, 17,)^, ft is or 
der^d that thz tolb*ing djtacrirae,its fronn the 'Vli! tia 6 
the Jaitsj Sraies h^H :hcair«!ves raady to mirch a' 
mia tte's >»»ning, nuk^ai; n the >.vho-e 8^,000 efFidiv 
msi, to bs officered aat of *^he Ofefent militia, an3 ni»t 
f:r?s i.i a.-sy on- toij- nnire than th'e? months aC^er arriv 
in^ a; the place of rcDdezvuis. — t'heir pat, &c, to b 
ths fam; a^ thofa jn 1 1? cili!>lifti-nc it, befides one dol 
hf 4ad 65 c^nrs per month for cloathijg. 

From th» State o* G^ar^ijy - I313» 
From the Sate of South Ci'-olinij 3SSo» 
Fr!:)nj th« Srste of A'sr,-/? Cj>o:in^t 733'» 
FroTi the State ii Kiii cky, - «S3S. 
Fr:)fn tbe Sta-e oi Vir^iniji, - 1 1,377, 
F:om tbe State of Mar^iiftl^ - 54*8. 
Fr^'OT the Stite of Delaioire, - 125 >, 
From the Stattf of Penr.fyiva'i^, 10,768. 
From the Stare of l\rw Jerfey^ 43 8. 
From the Scare of Ne^ 7'ork, - 797 J» 
FfOfB the State of l^ermont, - aijg. 
F/cm the State of C««.veJ7/f«r, - 58(^1, 
Frrm tHe State of Rhode l^.jnd^ 169"?, 
From the State of Mjpcbu<'ettt, 11,88$. 
From the Stite of Ncw Uampfrire. 5544. 
The P.efi^ieat may, if he judges it expedient, authf 
jylze the exscutivs of ths feveial States, to accept ac 
iindcpendent cofpe of cavalry, artiUery, or infaotry, 
! part of the detachments aforcfiid, provided they Hia 
■ ^o'lntarily engage as corps in the fciivlce. 
I It is alfo enatisd by the late Congrcfs, that the nun 
jbaroffsvco hundred and Oxty four non-cofrmiluoni 
iOFftcerj, p.'lva'es and artificsrs, to {v^t as privates ar 
'muficiaas, to be engaged iot the term' of three yeare, I 
untary iniiftmsnts J and that the proper proportion > 
ccmm!:;iored cfficsrs are to be appointed to commar 
the fame. They are to be incorporafed with the cor| 
f atiilicty noft' «o the ferv^ce of the United States, ar 
-:nominared tbe corps of artillerifts and tsnirineers , at 
that the enrire namber of faid rorps, exc'afive of t! 
Cdramx ' onsd o*TiCfir«, to be nine hundred & ninety tw 
liTbey are be tooriicered. fe receive pay, cloathing, &c. 
(the other co'ps, and if ncceirary, a proportion of rhem a 
ita ferve in the Scld, on the frontiers, or ia tbe fortific 
Hious oa thcXca-ceafts. - _ 



t 43 3 



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^ Governors, i5^- of tke(tvtx^\ United States. 

Joho Taylor GJ-man, Governar, 
MASSACiiUS ElYS. 
Sam.icl A.dams, Govertior^ 
Mofes Gi!l, Lieutenant G.vermr, 

RHODE-ISLAND. 
A'thur Fenoer, Governor, 
Samuel ]. Potter, Lieut, Geverrsor, 

CONNECTICUT, 
Samuel Huntiogton, Governor, 
Olirex Wolco't, Ueut, Govimer, 

Gsorge Clinton, Governor, 

Pierre Van CoilUodr, Lieut, Gevernen, 

NE'-V JERSEY, 
Ricba d Howell, Governor^ 

FENNSVLFAS'IA, 
ThomaB Mifflin, Governor, 

DELAiVARE, 
Jofliua Clayton, Governor, 

MARYLAND, 
Thomas Sim Lee, Gtvemor*^ 

VIRGINIA, 

Hcorj Lee, Governor, 

KENTUCKY, 

Ifaac Sbelbv, Governor, 

NORTH.CAROLINA. 

^ Richard DoSbs Spai|rh% Governor, 

SOUTH-CAROLINA. • 

William Moultrie, Governor, 
James Ladfun, Lieut. Governs^ 
GEORGIA, 
George Matthews, Governor, 

VERMONT, 

Thomas Chittenden, Governor, 

Oliver Olcott, Lieut, Governor, 

Territoy North - \Veft of the OHIO. 

Arthur St. Clair, Governor and Superintendent of India. 

Affairs- in the Norther* Deoaroient, 

Territory South q/" the OHIO; 

William Blount, Governor and Superintendent of Jndiai 

Affairs ig-f A» Saothern Pepartroeat; 



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overnors, <irc. ftnce the firfl Settlement of 
Plymouth and Maffachufetts, 

Governors of Plymouth Colony from t6to to 1691, 

eleasd by the People for 71 Ysar?, 
Tohn Carver, f Thoraas Princ?, 

William Bradford, I Jofiah Winflow, 

Edward Winflow, | Thomas Hinckley. 

MaJJ'acbufettt Goveroon ftom 1628 to 16 92^ 
eUBtd by the People. ^ 

The Figures ^^w the 7:umber of years each gcverned,) 



Deputy Gevermn, 
I Thomas Gofxe • 
16 Thomas Dudley 

1 Roger Lodlow 
1 2 Richard Beilingham 

3 John Winthrop 

4 John Endlcot 
6 Francis Willoughby 

2 John Leveret t 
6 Samuel Symcnda *' 

II Thomas Da nforth \ 
r Edmund Andros, appointed by K. James^ 3 year*. 
9vera9rt aft*r Fiymouth & MaJ/'jcbufstts were united, 
appoiottd by the Kings of England. 
Governin j Lieutenant Governori 

9a Sir William Phips 1692 William Stoughron 
99Rlcha'dE«rlB«llaiaontl [to 1702 

1702 Thomas Povey 



Lrovernon. 
Matthew Cradock • 
John Winthrop 
Thomis Dudley 
John Hsyset 
Sir Henry Vane 
Richard Bellingbam 
•John Endica: 
Jahn Leverett 
Simon Biadftrsit 
* Chofen in England * 



02 Jofcfh Dudi«y 
16 Samuel Shu^.e 
i8 Wiiliam Burnet 
30 Jonathan Bsicher 
\o William Shirley 
57 Thomas Pownal 
60 Sir Frsncis Berflard 
7a Thomas Rutchinfon 
74 General Thomas Gage 



17 r I William Tailcr 
1716 Wiliiam Durrmir 
1730 Wi'lism Tailer 
1732 Speccer Pbips 
1758 Thomas Hutchinfon. 

[to 1770 
T770 Andrew Oliver 
774 Thomai Oliver 



:teJiegnBm 5 Year tiil ihbfM iff zebu fetti Couftituticn 
took pjacs the 25^ Oaober. i75Sc». 
Governors. Lteu tenant Gcternors, 

Jo John Hancock toi78s{l78o Thomas Cufliipg 
85 James Bowdoin |T7*8 Benjamin Lincoln 

56 James Bnwdoin IT7S9 Samuel Adam? 

87 John Hancock to J 793^ [to '794 

»4 Samuel Adams ' li 794 Mofes Gill 



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Civil Officef^jn Majac/juptts Common\VQa.h\. 

■— Excellency SAMUEL ADAiMSj.Efq; ll.: 
Governor aad C^mnnanderin Chief. [Salary £, goo, 

— — Honorable Moses Gill, Efq ; 
Lleutsnant Governor,, [Salary ;^, i6o.J> 
.COUNSELLOR S, 

■ — Thoi-nas 0«rfe»pJLE!eaz5r Brooks '-jSara. Thompfc 
— 4>iiver VVendeL',4-Sinfiuel Baker, _Jj,)iia Read, 

Ifajc Pdrce, Mc/Iin^r to the Governor and Cauacil, 



^^. 



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SENATORS, 
-—-Samuel Philli ps, of Aadover, PrejYdent, 



For the County-} f Suffbik, 
^^enjarain Amlia, jun. '— 



■^»*y^^haries Cunning,—. 



Court 1/ oj Effisc* 
— •Ssrnoei Pfisliips, 
—Stephen Citoate, 

rieovhiius Bradbury, 
athas! Dane. 
County p/Middlefej^. 
-JolV^^h B. Varr<ucn, . 

ar,i«i Whitney, 
Loimmi Baldwin, 
County 9/ Harapi'hire, 
-j — j-ohi Hift'^g-»» 
_„^£3nf)uei Lyrnin, 
.!L-D3T!d Sixtcn, 
£ani<jt! Fowisr. 
CoaB^_^ o/York, 
— Natbaniei Wellt, 
mon Frye. 

County o/piymouth, 
"--Ifaac Thompfon, 
johah Smjta. 



I County of Sriftol, 
I — Eli/ha May, 

County of Baroftable. 
—Solomon Freeman. 

D ukes County 8s Nantuck. 
. — William jc-nigan. 

County of WotccAztt 
— Jonathan Waroer, 
— 5ofj2h Stearns, 
— Daniel iigelow, 
■Salein Towrne, 

County e/Cumberlac 
StepbcD Longfellow. 
—William VVcdgsry. 
Lincoln, Har.cock 
aad fVajhington, 
1— DarMcl Co^y, 
— Akxasdcr Campbell. 

County of Bcrkfliire, 
— Tonaplon J. Skinner, 
— ^ohn Bacon, 

County of Norfolk, 
— 8efh Bullard, 
—James Oawdotn* 



Samue' Cooper, Clerk, 

Peter Thacher, D,D. Cbaplain. 



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Jft of thFHoufe of REPRESENTATIVES, 

Chofcn in May 1794, and to continue till. Ma.j, 1795, 

he Towns are arranged bv the proportioa they fay m 

a State Tex. 

Edward, H. Robbins, tf/'Mslton, Speaker, 

Henry' Warren, Clerk. 

San^uel Stillman, D.D. Chaplain, 

County Qi SUFFOLK. 



Towm. 



osroN, 



■)elj eUf 



Ret>refetitatives Names, 
\\\i9\r\ Tudor 
hariff Jarvis 
cnn \V !n?hiop 
feph 8 lake 
— iViJJism Etifi's 
— ?4icm3s Edwards^ 
■ — fercz Morton 
— 1 hecf hilus Coihing 



'trche/itrf 
edbamy 

'''rertkam, 
teughtofif 
'^eymoutbj 
^edjield jnai 

liken, 
ui.cy, 
rarklitit 
raintree^ 
ardclpb^ 
eedkam, 
'edtva'jy 
rockljjif 

haJTetf 
baron, 
lli^gbafTi, 



County 



Keprejentativei Namtu 

— Mo fee Everett, 
^.Jfaac E'ullard, 
• — Nathaniel Kicgltury, 

— Fredf lici^ Pope 

Nathaniel Bayley 

— John Baxter 

— Fdvvsrd H. Rc»-bin8 
— Peter B. Adams' 
— Kczekiah Fifficr 

— Samuel Bafs 



William Afpitwal! 

— Oliver Clap 

. Jofeph He'wins 

-^ofeph Holbrcck 



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County of ESSEX, 


Toi»tii, 


MiUu 


Repr efentatives Nam 


Salem . 


20 


— John Saunders, joe. 
Elias H. Derby, juo. 


Newhury Vcri 


-44 


■ — ^Eiioch Titcamb, jut 


fietobuTf 


43 


— jofiah Little 


Jpfivicb 


3* 


■ — John Manning 


And ever 


2» 


— Joihua Holt 


MjfbUbead 


T9 


• — Simuel Sewall 


Beverly 


aa 


— Jofeph VVooa 


C beefier 


35 


— John Low 


Danvers 


iS 


— Ifrael Hutcbinfoa 


Lynn & Lvnr^j!i4 
Haver bill 


«S 


— ^John Carnts 


33 


-HFrincis Carr 


Rowley 


26 


— Parksr Cleavelaod 


Salijburf 


46 


— Jacob Brown 


Bradford 


29 


. — Pettr Ruffell 


^mejhurf 


50 


Benjamio Lurvejr 


Metbuen 


3' , 


—Winiain Rafa 


Boxford 


26 


— Thomas Perley, j»j) 


Topifield 


3! 




IJamiiton 


2S 




Middkcon 


2S 




Jifancbejler 


30 




}fenb(irfi 


26 




County 


of MIL 


yOLESEX, 


Towns, 


MiUi, 


Repr efentatives ffax 


Cambridge 


4 


— Jeduthun WiUtngto 


Charledown 


I 


— Riehsrd Devens 


Marlborough 


28 


—Edward Barnes 


Reading 


14 


— James Bancroft 


Concord 


19 


—Jonathan Fay 


JVoburn 


10 


^John Walker 


Framingham 


24 


— Jonathan Maynard 


Groton 


37 


—Timothy Bigelow 


Neioton 


9 




TV^tertown 


S 


—William Hunt 


ABon & Carlip.e 


»4 


— Jonas Brooks 


Billerica 


'9 


—Edward Farmer 


Walt bam 


II 


' — Abner Saunderfpo 


Chelmsford 


»S 


—John MinPt 


Medford 


5 


— fcbenfzsr Hall 


mpn 


'5 


— Amo« Bigeb.'vy 



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County of MJDDLESEX coM-wael 

Ttivns* 
Vefiford 
ttsiv and 
hxtofougb 
■udiury 



\ 



.extngton 

hpkintcn 

'iunf.able and 

yti^Jhoraugb 

hllidon 

ialden 

'eppereH 

'racut 

aji Sudbury 

beriurne 

i tile ton 

fwkjhury 

oivnfend 

incoln 

edford 

ilmington 
'a tick 
hi r ley 
tctieham 



Miles. 

9l6 



>9 

10 

3> 
3* 

5 
40 

30 
14 

2» 

29 
24 

45 
16 

'S 

50 
16 
18 

41 
10 



Beprefentati-ve$ Names, 
— Zaccbeus Wright 
— CharlcB Whitman 
— Wiliiam Rice 



-^Matthew Melcalf 



--Jfaac Smith 
-^ofephHeaM 

—Thomas Heard 



— Ssmuttl Hoar 



County 

TcWKS, 

^tdgiuater 

iddleborougb 

ituate 

'ytnouth 

cbefier 

m broke 

■jhfield 
nngton 
txborougb 
ngfton 
tno'ver 
ytnpton 
rver 
ilifax 
areham 

tmsT 



of PLTMOUTH. 



MUes. 
30 
40 

28 

45 
51 
30 

36 

22 
36 
38 
28 

45 

48 

35 
60 



F. €p - efen tatives Names, 
- — D,3nie' Snow 
— Tainssf Sprout 
— Elijah Turner 
— John Davis 
• — Natbaoiel Sprague 
— John Turner 
— Jrtfeph Bryant 
— A-itcn Hobart 
. — Jcdzh Alien 
— Sf ;h Drew 
-^avid Stockbrldge 




BarnfiabU 

Sandwich 

Harwhb 

Falmoutb 

Dennis 

'at mouth 
Eafibam 
Chathan 
Weilfieet 
'J'ruro 
provincelpWM 



Pehobctb 
Taunton 
\Neiv Bea'f.rd 
Dartmciitb 
Atthborougb 
IVeppOTt 
Frectozun 
^hrtcn 
Dighton 
Snuanfej 
Eafion 
Kaynbut^ 

Ma m field... 
lerklij 




Riprefentaiives Namt 
-~Nath. Fieemao, juoi 
— Jc/fsph Nye 

ohn Diliingham 
-—David Nje 
— Mi€ijah Sears 

— Elijah Koowlet 

— Samuel Waterman 



BRISTOL. 

— Phanuel Bi&ajJ 
—Apollos Leonard 
— .Ss<h s poo net 
- — tioldcr Slocum 

— William A'' my 

— Divid Clati 
— Thomas Church 
— Chriftophcf l^tfok' 
— Abiel Mifchd , 

— Jofiab Deau 
—John Boweri 



— Samuel Tcbey 



County of DUKES COUNTT. 

Cbi'mark I 99^ 

Edgarttn j loa "^ 

Tifpury I 97 — Mbtf.bew M-ayhe*! 

County cf NANTUCKET, 

^berhurne | 135 I -^Micajah Ccfjia 



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Coanry pf IVORCE&iSR. \ 


Townt, 


MUet , 


Repfefcntafivsi Vamu, 


Broikf.ld 


68 1 


— ^'bomaj Hile, jun. 


TorcejUr 


4T 


—S^nwl Flagg 


Sutton 


45 




Barrg 


ll 


^ohn Black 


Ptter/ham 


66 




Sturbridge 


65 


-Jofiih Wilker 


Charlton 


60 


— 


Kardivrck 


7» 


— Martin Kiolley 


Stfr/irg 


46 


--Jofuh Keadal 


?rin£Hcn 


S» 


— 


Bolton Sc Berlin 


31 


— . 


Lancafier 


4* 


—John Sp'ague 


Rutland 


56 




Mendon 


37 


■ — Benjamin Read 


Harvard 


35 


-benjamin Kimbal 


Spencer 


59 


— Benjamin Drury 


Uxhridge 


4« 


— Bezalaei Taf: 


tyeliminfter 


55 




LeUeller 


55 


. 


^hrf^.lfpDUrj 


40 


—Jonah Howe 


l--uncnbuTgb- 


40 


Hacob Welch 


'Leominfler 


5° 




WefMrougl 


54 


-Nathan F:-/her 


Grafton 


40 


— Jofcph IVood 


HoUen 


50 




Bo.lfion 


45 


— Jonas Temple 


A'efiern 


73 




New Sraintrie 


^5 


■— Arremas Howe 


Teinpleton 


60 


— Silas Cutler 


Dudley 


60 


—John Chaniberlaia 


Fitcbhurg 


50 




ffinchendon 


H 


— Samuel Prentice ' 


Oxford 


55 


— James Butler 


Mi'ford 


35 


-Simuel Jones 


HuhbardHon 


60 


— -VViiliiam Marean 


Roya'-^cn 


80 


-^ Ifaac Gfegoijr 


^ouihborougb 


33 




Oouglafs 


47 


— AiroD Mufh 


4tbol 


So 




Upt,n 


38 


—-Ezra Wood 


Northborough 


' 35 


---IfaJC Davis 



i: 5' 3 



f Coanty of H'ORCESTER coaimued. 


Cirry 


T/.iUs. 


Reprejentadves, 


65 




f'axton 


£5 




^ AjhhuTtiham 


6o 




CaVbam 


65 




Ward 


55 




Gardner 


60 




\ NQTtbbriige ' 


40 


1 CoBDty Qi HAMPSHIRE. 


J T^-wns, 


Mies 


RepreJentativesNamti 


\ Northampton, / 
Eaf-kampton, S 

mji 1 

Springfield, | 


ICO 


Samuel Henfliaw 


100 


— Juftin Ely 

— Jonat«an Smith, joo. 


Grar.-viUe-, 


120 




Sp'-incrfieldf 
WeHjicid, 


9« 

105 


.^ofeph Lymao 


Deerjie'dt 

\Wilbraham, 
\Brimfield, 

\ Warwick 8c Orange, 


ic6 


^William Billingj 


no 
9* 


— Joho Biifs 
.— Jofcph Browning 
__John Goldibury 
-— fbcrczcf Matoon 


.Amber fi. 


9« - 


— Rcubsn ooies 


Siandfordf 


it6 


—Park Holland 


Belcher^ 


25 


— JEztkicI Kellcg^, jui. 


'New Salem, 


88 


— Joui. Edwards Porter 


Sadie y, ■ 
[Mcnfon. 


97 

83 


-—Caleb Keep 


^ Bernard & Ley den, 


•XT* 


-T-Nahom Eager 


Worth njj on f 


120 .. 


—Hugh McCleJlan 


'Co'eraint, 


116 


1 


\hatfidd. 


99 





.turn: nit on and ? 
VPla^r.jitld, \ 


ii8 




■fbejie'field, 
\NorthJield, 


106 
100 


— Obadiah Dickiofon 


Greenfield liCill, 


107 


— Ifaac Ntwion 


y^ihfield. 


117 


__ 


Greenwicby 


75 




Sbelburne. 


112 


— Bcnjimio Nafh 


So.Brimfisld ana ? 
^Hdiand, \ 


80 


— Carius Muoger 





X Vt 


'J 


County of HAMPSHIRE coniioueJ. 


Totum, 


Mills. 


Ref/rejentati-vei Names, 


South Haaiey, 


90 




Pelbam, 


u 




Long MeadoiVf 


100 


-^Gideon Burt 


Southampton, 


110 


— . 


Mi-ntigue^ 


97 




Cbefier, 


120 




Paimeff 


go 


— ThcmasMcClanatban 


IVtUiamjburgb, 


loS 


—^ViijiaT. Bcdman 


Southivick, 


no 


— Sajl Fowler 


Granbj\ 


90 




Wbateley, 


•107 




Ware, 


70 




lofhen. 


IJ4 




Weft Hampton^ 


108 




SunderlanJf 


10* 




Norivicbf 


115 




Middhfield, 


125 




Shutefouryj 


88 




Lever ettf 


95 




Cbar lemontf 


i»3 




LudloiVj 


90 




Buckianiy 


jao 


. — 


Wendell, 


80 




Haw ley. 


'»S 




Montgomery^ ■ 


100 




Heath, 


ii6 




Howe, 


i 13* 




Riiffell, 


1 III 




County 


of 3EI\ 


\KSHIRE. 


Pittsfeld, 

Sheffield and ) 
Mt.if'ajhington, \ 


J 40 

■45 


- John C.WilHamr 


>So 


-»^ohpAf^.Iey 


Lane/bcrougbmi i 
New AJhford, ( 


146 
ISO 


— William Starkweather 


Sandisneld, and 1 
Bethlehem, Y 
miliamfton. 


1*6 
i»9 


-John Picket, juo. 


13s 


-^Samuel S'oan 


^tockbridge, 


150 


--Epbrairo Williams 


OreatBarnngtort 


140 


-^Di?id Wainwrighr 


New Marlboro' f 


ns 


_Obadlah Ward 


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County of BERKSHIRE, continued. 1 1 


*rowni. 


Miles. 


Repreji nta ti-ves Names, 


Ricbmofid, 


T50 


Nacbaniel Eiftop 


Tyrifjgbamf 


131 


— Ciles Jackfon 


Adams, 


140 


-— ifr^el Jones 


LeneXf 


X4S 


-William Walker 1 


CkelJAre, 


150 


— Jcnathao Remington 


Lie, 


>4S 


— Ibenczcr Jtokin* 


ff^eftStock bridge, 


146 


' Ifaiah TifFany 


Partridgefield, 


128 


— Ebeoezcr Peirce 


Hancock^ 


ISO 




Egremont, 


>45 


— Wkholas Race 


Becket, 


11% 




9yindlcr, 


»3S 




Alford, 


145 




Dalton, 


136 




Wapington, 


MS 


' 


Leu don f 


>»3 




County of YO RK. ' | 


Berivichf 


86 


-•Richard Foxwell CutU |. 


mils, 


%% 


— ^John Storer m 


Kittery^ 


7o 


. — Mark Adams If 


York, 


75 


^-Nathaniel Barrel ■< 


Arundel, 


96 


-Jacob Wildra §1. 


Biddeford, 


105 , 1^ 


Ifepperelborough, 


109 




Buxton, 


118 


- 


SandfordSc Alfred, 


9S 


. 


Lebanon, 


loo 


— 


Sbaphigb, 


loS 


' 


H^aterborougb, 


710 


• 


Parfo>:sJieU, 


ItS 




CexbaU, 


]d8 


- 


Fryeburgb, 


160 




Limingten, 


Jil 




• Little Falls, 






Limerick, 


X14 




Corniflt, 






NeivJitJJ, 




1 


* SudburyCanada, 




r > . m 


* BrovfTifield, 




nis mark [*lden»Uim, 


• Waterford and ( 




Plantatjona net iihmL 
tstrporattd, 'm>4 



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GouDty of CUMBERLAND. 


Tiwnt. 


Mi(ei. 


Reprefer.t stives, Namti. 


trtland. 


1*3 


' — Da.iiel Da»ia 

—Daniel lUey, 


jlmojitb. 


120 


• — ^feph NoyM 


arhGicugb^ 


nz 


— William ThompfaD 


ortbYarmoutb, 


140 


— ^obn Lewii 

: — V/iiligm Martin 


trbamt 


130 


— 


reeport. 


140 




'pi Elizabeth, 
runfivick, 


126 




>55 


— William Stauwood^ 


'eiv Ghcefter, 


146 


— 


'indbam, 


'34 




arpftoell, 


162 




andijh, 


163 




urbawt 


US 




ray. 


140 




'■irner. 


J7* 




Bakerfio9, 


i6t 




ridgttown, t 


156 




ekrortf 


ybz 




OthfieU, 


15Z 




'Mckfeld, 






Raymond, 


J4» 




arisy 






Rujbfeld , 






B-utterpeUl, 






Livermore, 




Tbis mark l*}.denefes 


Rccbemicko, 




PlantatioD8 not 


NeivSandivich 




incorporated* 


Fiintftsivn, 






Count 


y of 1/ 


NCOLN. 


owrtaiberougbf 


iSo 


— Timotbj Paifoos 


rifiol. 


404 




eorgetown. 


167 


— Jordan Parker 


UUovfell, 


195 


— 


^aldobor,ugb^ 


404 


— Wattrmaa Thomai 


'tnthrop and | 
tadfield, 1 


18s 

190 


—John Hubbard 


atb. 


j6z 


—Francis Winter 


'^CQlwicby. 
oetbbay, 


]6S 


— Nithaoiel Tbwing 


186 


-William McCcbb 


\vwdoiH, 


16S 





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Copnty of LINCOLN cenunued. 


Towns. 


Miles. 


Reprejentatives, 


l^nucafciej 


'9* 




ropjhamy 


156 


: 


I'homalioiti 


»'5 




FittfioK, 


2«9 




Orefden, 






New Mi!ft)td, 






Ifarren, 


ftoj 




Engcombe, 


180 




l^'aj/jiborougbf 


105 




Cuihing, 


»16 




i'Vifijlozo, 


21( 





* B^!:Mv»t 


'95 




Bo^vd^inbam, 


17* 


' 


■^ydrey, 


103 




Nobieoorougbf 


19s 


■ 


F airfield 


a»4 




♦ Lewifiot & Gortf 


160 




Cambdent 


az8 




Greene, 


164 




Canaan, 


ass 


: 


Monmoutbf, 


I&O 




Fjrminito^f 






Mour.' f'ernonf 


100 




M" rjdgewockf 


*39 




Orion, 


a9o 




* Medumcvke, 


»30 




* Ua'C^ck 


*^S 




• Smithfield, 


185 




* Sardy River, 


180 




* jTna's, 






* Sterling, 






New Sba'on, 






* »5 mile Pond, 






Sc TitcomFtPlant. 






• Cbejler. 






* Wyman'i, 






* Wafhingtont 






*Citrytupckf 






*Prtfcoi SeCarr^t. 






*Little/horougbf 






^-Little river f 




Flantationl^o. i.No. a. No. ^ tni 7 mile-Er&oki | 









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County of HANCOCK. \ 


To-vnu 


Miles, 


— Ifaac Parker 


'enobjcot. 


a8z 




iount Defertf 


335 




l«. Ifie, 


305 




tdg<W!ckf 


315 




UckjtOWTif 






lue Hill, 


344 




inalbaverty 


a 30 




rer.ton^ 




*■ 


rringtott. 


256 




oldjhorougb. 


333 




clfaft. 


»46 




uhvatt 


314 




leborougb. 


a6o 




angory 


aSo 




rojpeBf 






ampdeitf 






rankfortf 




.— Fri. LeBaronGoodwin 


PUntation 1^0.1. 






No.6. 






Duck Trap, 


260 




Harrett''St 






Eddfi, 






Orphan Ijlatids 






Small Ijlando, 




This mark [*]de 


totes P!i:i^at!ons not incorporated. 



County of IV iSHlyGTON, 



358 



— Phiochaj Bfuce 



^acbias, 

'lanta'Aon No. 6. Eajt 

fide of Union rii^o ., 
'lantarionHo, l\,Eafi 

fide of Union river, 
'ia fit at ion No. 5, £aft 

fide of Union rivu 
Plantation No. 4, Eaft 

fde of Union rivef 
Plantation "^0 Z.Eajt 

fide of Machias, 

ttiT The pajj\rg to tbefe E^^^ero Parts of the Common- 
'lealtb being generally hy ^{'"ater^ the number of miles bj 
.and is difficult to be cjcertained. 



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Counties Proportion, of the T^y^ for- 1794 
THE following is the proportion the fcreral Couut; 
are afleflVd in thsTsr.Nu. it, pafled Ju ne »,i, 1794, 1 
raifing the fum of ^.40,0^7 i5«. for the fapport of G 
vernmenr, ana ^.5020 6/. to pay the members of 
Houfc nf R-prefen-ativej the three Uft SeflTioin. 

The r„wn of iic/itf!* is taxed, 91^.5,894 6/. 6</. 
Counties, IReprefcntat. Pay. j Proportion of T 



25a 


19 


^+8 


3 


808 


4 


686 


H 


263 





162 


J9 


105 


6 


-; 


4 


31 


10 


7''5- 


10 


g2I 


6 


212 


8 


225 


9 


244 


7 


31 


10 


25 


4 


3?6 


12 



o|^-39J3 
o 



Middlefex, 
Hampjhire^ 
Plymouth^ 

Barfj/jabht 
Dtike^i-Counfy, 
Nantucket^ 
Worcjier, 
Berk (hire, 
York. 

\pumherlandi 
Lincoln ^ 
Hancock^ 
IVafhingtony 
Norfolk, 

/ 5020 6 o 40,047 15 

Didrids for Federal Reprefentatives. 

BYthe diftriHrig Law, pafTed June 27th, l794» for 
choice of Reprefentatives in Googrefs, the Coromcnwes 
is divided ioto fourteen Diftfifts, in each of which, 
Repref'ntat't?, being an inhabitant of the Diftrift. i» 
be chofcn the firft Monday in November, b;cDi>i« 
Each Diftrift containing 30,000 Inhsbitaots, as nearl] 
circumftances would admit, aod .to be cal'ed as follow;, 
The Firil Wefiern Diftria. 

The County of Serijhire, together with the towm 
Rowe, Cummington, t'lainfield, Worthin|;too, Ha» 
and Cbarlemont, io the couoty'cf Hamf'Jhire. 



2 

5359 I 
4186 16 

4494 « 

2479 12 

2159 2 

8ji 19 

219 8 

266 10 

5089 16 

2086 12 

2005 10 

173^2 18 

2027 14 

sH s 

122 I 

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The Second IVefiern Diftrift. 
In the County of Hamp/hire, viz. WefifieM Rufli;!, 
atfield, Decifield, Nonkampcdn, BJandford, Southamp- 
n, Greenfieid, GUI, Oradvillf, ChcflerfitJd, Cooway 
ftifield, Soutfewfckj Willjr.mftarfb, Whately, Noiwich, 
'eft-Spiin^fisli, Weft- HaRi|>ton, Moofgcmcy, Coferain 
wnaidftoo, Shelburoc, GoAia, Leydeo» Northfjel^, 
lootsgue, Sunderland, Haiiley, Cbefter, ButkUaij 
each, MiddieSeld acd Eaft-Hamptcn. 

The Third fVeJhrft Diftria. 
la ihs county o( Hamppire, v'.z. Briffifield, Pelbain 
aimer, New-Sa^im, Greenwich, ^Am^.erft, Mocfon, 
elchertewn, Shoteftury, Ware, Sprioflield, South- 
rim field, Holland, Warwick, Orange, Wilbrahani, 
ranby, Levcr«tt, Wendell. Long -Meadow, Ludlow, 
3Uth-Hatl!eTj together with the follcwing towns in the 
•unty of Wonefter, viz. W»aern, Pererlhani, New- 
faintrre, Bane, Sturbtid^e, Atho!, Tes»5p!eton, R.oyal- 
ca, Gerrf, Winchendon, Ga^doer and Hardwick, 

The Fourth Wejfem Diftria;, 
Ih the County oi fVorceBer, viz, Mendon, Broer field, 
'x'forj, Worccfter, Leieefter, Rutland, Satton, Uxbudgs; 
[itewfbury, Dudley , Gfiftcn, Upton, Ho!deo,Leon)inficr, 
ancaftcr, Douglafi, Speoee', CharUoo,Oakh»ni, Paxton, 
fubbardfton, Wcftminfter, Puncctoo, Northhridge,VVara, 
lilford. Sterling and Bov^fton. 

The Firll Southern Diftna:. 

Tht CQMnX\t%{ii Bar nJiabU, Nantucket Si DuhetCovnty'^ 
3gether with the towns efWajtham and Rocheftcr ia 
be county of Plymouth, and the towns ti Ntw Bcdfct^ 
nd Daitroouth in the ccuoty cf Bri^cl. 

The Second Southern Diftria. 

In the ccronty of Plymouth^ »iz. Piyrcootb, Sertaate, 
^uxbuty, Mai fh6eld, Bridgwater, Middieboroiigb, Plymp^ 
on, Pembroke, AbingtOn^ Kii>gftoo, Hanover^ HtlifaV, 
'arver, with tbe 'towos' of Hingham and Hb)l, in tl 
oonty cf Sttfolk, and the following tPwo» in the ceurity 
f NorJhlk,^\z. Cohaflfett, Brabttee, Qwhcy, RandoJpb, 
i^eymouthtnd M'lrorJi 

The Third Southern Diftria. 

In tbe county oi Brijlol^ r\i, Tafunton, Rtbdbotfc, 
war.zcy, Freetown, Attlebjrough, Norton^ Digbton, 
jflrr, Ra^tthun, Beikfey, Mactfi^ld, Weftpott an 



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t. 



J. 



^f^yyjy-i^ 



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[ 6o_J 

L Somerfet, with the following town* io the couoty < 

f i ,. l^crfjlk, Foxborough, Wreotham, Fraoklin, M«d/i«!« 

Dover, Waipole, Sioughtoo and BetMogham, 
TheFirft MiddU Diftrift. 
The town of Bofton, in thi county of Suffolk, with t] 
following Towns in the county of Norfolk, Roxbur 
^ Dorthtfter» Brookline, Sharon, D^dham, Necdhsm a 
r '^sJK i»5. dway, with the foUowiag towns io tbc county 
F V^ Middlefcx, Newton, Wefton, Eaft-Sudbuty, Natic 
\ >^^ Shcibuine, Hopkia^on and H^Utaon. 
V;^ The Second Mtddte Diftria, 

/In_the county ^of Miidlef-:x^ • CharleTtown/Canobr id§ 
Watcrtcwn, Ccncord, Sudbury, G^«oton, Ma.l6ofoug 
Frinr(iDph2ro,Dunlhb;e,S:o^*, LexiHgt""! L^ttston-NVe: 
fcrd. ASon, Drscur, Ctic!m?ford» Wajrliam, Shirjt 
Pcppcfell, Lircoin, Afhbr, Cariifie, Boxborough &Tinj 
boiOiJgb, ard the i'oliovting towns in the county of Wo 
cefter, V(Z. Aftibufnbam, F.tchbjrjt, Lunenburg, j[4arvai 
Weftborougb, Bolton, fserlm, Norlnboro* andSoucfebojc 

J The Third Middle Dift'cl. 

In the county of EiJex, Sa'cnri; Marblchead, Lyni 
Lynnfield, Danvers, Middietowo, Beverly, Mancliefte 
with the following towns in the cjuaty of iVJicdicft 
Reading, Stoneham, Mcdford, Maldeo,Tevilr.xbu'y, Wi 
^2^ mingtfon, Woburn, Bedford, rviiler ica, JP'ich the lown i 
\^ Chclfea, in the county of Suffj k. /,7*<y>»»<^Ht>^^ 
The Fifft Eajiern Diaria. ^ 
In the counties of Lincoln, Hancock^ and Wafly'tngto 
4 Z' / (jntcept fuch towns j& plantations in the county of Linco 
Ci/fi^^T'**^^ are hereafter made a part of the fecond E^fternDiftric 
The Second Eafiern niftrift. 
Is the county of Cumberland (except the towns 
i<^gton, Scand</h and Fhstftown) together with the fc 
^bwing town!, Scc in Lincoln, viz. Top/ham, Winthro 
Reacifield, Bath, Bowdoio, Green, Monmouth, Mour 
Vernon, Sandwich, Li*eimo.-e, and Recomecko No. 
and 7 mile brook, and 2.5 mile pond, Titccmb town, i\ 
Little River, and all other towns and plantations whii 
lie wholly on the weftero fide of Keonebeck river (exec 
Bowdoit)ham, Sidney and Fairfield, which ate in tbc fi. 
Eaftern.Diftri£l) in the, county of Lincoln. 

The Third Eafiern DiHria. 
County of ypik, fo^ether with B^^idgtoo, Standifi 
and Flintfton, ^n theCouaty of Cumberland, 



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Diftrias for MafTachufctts Senators. 
BY an A£t parted Febrimry 24, 1794, \\\\t Common 
e»Uh was diridcd Into ij Diftrift* for the choice of 
enators, into Diftri^s in the followiog manner, nz. 
The County of Suffolk to form one Diftria, and 

cboofe four S«riatora. 
Diftria of EiTex County, to choc^fe fite Senators. 
Dift.ia if M ddief-J? County, to chooff four Scoatori 
Djftria of Hamffhire County, to choofe fi»e ScnstcrSu 
Diftria of Plymouth, Dak«'8 County, aod Nantucket, 

to chso^ three Senators. 
D>.^ria of Baraftablt County, to cboofe ore Senator, 
Diftria of Br iftol County, to cbocfe tv»o Senators. 
Diftria of York County, to cbwOt^ two Senators. 
Diftrict of Woiceftsr County, to choofe /i e Senators. 
Diftcia of BetkAue County, to choofe two Senators. 
Diftiia of CumbsrisodCobD^y, to choofe two Senators, 
Dif^n^ of Lincoln, Haacoci^ aod Wafbiogtoo, to 
choofe two Senators. j 

Diftria of NorfoJk County to choofe tl5rce S^natofs. I 
'he Aa pro?ides, that in ths tifih Diftria the Stoators! 
afli^ned to it are to be chcfco ia thefoMewirg maooer,| 
viz. fir the year 1794, and etery fueceed ng year, the 
faid CnoDty of Plymouth ii to cho;*fc fenerately two, 
>nd the faid Counties of Dukes's Ccurty ft Nantucket 
bne, ana every cher year the iTa d Diftria to unite in 
the choice of the whi>(e number afliwt ed them. 

A(fumed Debt. 

THE fonowin? are the fuma •flumed to (be Debt of 
the United S^atss. 

Dol'art, I Dollars 

sT<w-Hsmpfliire, i '- .^'Oo^'^*^^'*'**** Soo,oco 

VlsHjchufetts, 4.cco,ooo Viifiinia, 3,Soc,roo 

Ibode inand, 2oo,oco North Carolina, *,4oo,ooo 



ronn»aicut, J. 600, coo 

»J«w-Yo.'k, I -00, 00c 

»;sw-[erf;y, 3 r 0,000 

'>f3-fvlvanla, «j2cc,oco 



Sou>.h Caroiinai 4^000,009 
ieargia, 300, coo 



Total 21,500,000 



Del'w.-'e 20.0.000 

Mr.fftebufetfi has ( (t'lhti *o the Loatt »»749,66iof 
> per terM. Sw*, %%\ S -7 Deferred ^tock, & 1,317,245 
,< i per cent. S tock. iota\ a,98i, 733 Dollars, ' 



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Notaries Public in the St ate c/ Maflachufeits. 


Suffolk, 


^aekiel Price, 


Bcfton. 




««muel Barret, 


Bcfton. 




Utntj Allide, 


•BoflOB. 




Samuel Coope% 


Boftoo. 


Effai, 


£dward Norris., 


Salem. 


•Daoiel Rogers, 


Clocefter. 




Michael Hodge, 


Kewbury PoTt» 




Jofeph Wood. 


Bererly. 




WiJliam Wingate, 


HaverhiJ?. 




Samuel SewalF, 


Maiblehead. 


mddUJex, 


joleph Cordis, 


Charleftown, 




J<rhn Fowle, 


Watertowa, 




John Merrick, 


Concord, 




Oliver Prefcott, jon 


Groton, 


P/ymoutb, 


Elijah Tutncr> 


Seifoate. 




«enry Warren, 


■Plj-mouth. 




£!>hraim Spooner^ 


Plymcuth, 


BarttJiabU, 


Ebenezer Bacon, 


©arnftable. 




Jo/eph l>oane. 


Chatham. 




Jofeph Paitner, jon. 


Falmouth, 




jofeph Waterman,. 


Wei fleet. 


SrifitU 


William Tcbey, 


Kcw Stdford. 




^pollot Leoaa(4, 


Taontoa. 




Henry Smith, 


Dartmoutk, 




Thomas Church, 


Digbtoo. 


Duke*s County 


, WilJiaro Mayhew, 


Chilmark* 




WiiliaiTi Butler, 


Edgartown. 


I7atitttcket^ 


Abner Coffin, 


Nantucket. 


IVorceJier, 


.Tbeophiius Wheele 


r.WcTceften 




fonaibao Giout, juo 


. PeierAam. 




.^WHp Ammidon, 


' Mcndon. 




Mcfet Smith, 


Sterling* 




Pelatiah Hitthcock, 


Brookfield. 


Htmpfljire, 


Theodore Ely, 


Weft Srrio^field,: 




Jonathan Lca»itt,juo 


, Creenfield. 




John Taylor, 


Northamptotu 


Bcrijhire, 


«en?y W. Dwight, 


Stockbrrdge. 




JchoC. WiMiams, 


Pitteticld. 


Tori, 


Jofeph Tucker, 


York. 




TriU'am Jordan, 


PeppereIbor&ugb< 


Cumhtrlandi 


John Frothingham, 


Portland* 




Samuel JV?artin, __ 


Brunfwick, J 



_r 6-1 J 

Notaries Public continued. 

Lhuotn^ Eberiezer Whittier, Pownalborougb. 

N-athaote! Dumnaci^, Halloweii, 

Francis Winter,, Bach. 

Samuel Wi d, Wadoboroogh. . 

BaficociTy Thomas PhiJlipr,. Pcnobfcot. 

Eli Forbes,. Goidfborough. 

tya/hingtoiiy WiHiam Cbalbnw,. Mathia*. 

PhyfKtans & Surgeont prasflifing^ in Bofion, 

rhomai Bulfir.ch, M.D. Bowdoin S^uaic, Weft Boftcn, 
i,ames Lloyd, M.O. Tremo»^t-S^Ieet, neat Concert Haii.i 
Umue) Dacforth, M.D. Dittoj Ditto. j 

faac Rsfid, Mid-iJe-Stree?, rorihward of Crcfs Sfrecf, j 
oha JefFfiCTjM'.D.Tremont.StTeet.oppofueStoneChapdr' 
'harles Jar»JB, head of Winter-ftreet.near tbe CprnmorJ 
.cmuel Hayward.Newbarjr-Street, near tbe white \iot{t% 
rhomai KafV, Haoover-Streer, near Cofd Laoe, 
\mo9 Wiofhip, M.B. Hanover-Srrrcr, rex^ M?U- Bridge, 
5avid Townfeod, Middte-Streetv oppofite Crofs>Strect, 
ohn Warren, M.D. South School S reet. 
A^ilHam EuffiR, Su^buty-Street, bottcm cf Co!d-Lan«, 
Thomas Wei/h, HiiaOfer Street, oear Concert Hall. 
4ho Homaot^ South-Street, neat Hili-s DiHil Houfe* 
faihaa id- Walker Appleton, AtkiDloo Stieet. 
oho Sprague, juo. Federal Street, >ate Long Lane. 
^aron Dexter, M.D. lower End of Millc-S(re«t. 
cfcph Whipple, Orange- Street, South End, 
Villi^m Spooner, M.D. Cambridge. Street, Weft Bofion, 
eter S f Medard, near the Old North Square. 
.bija?i Cheerer, Hanover-Street. near Wiag*s Lane, 
ViUiam jackfon, M.D. No. 113. Union- Street, 
Lobert Rogeifon, Ship-Street, NottnEnd. 
ohn Fleet, M.B. at the B ble and Heart, Cornhi!!. 
klexjnder-Abercrombie Pe'era, Corner of Winter- Street, 
faae Rand, Trcnaont-Strcet, near Ccncert-HaJl. « 
lenjamin Hafkell, M.B. at Mrs. Gray's in State- Street, 
Uhum Far, M.B, Fleet- Street, near Hancock's Wharf, 
S^illiam Iigaits, M.B. at Peabcdy's in Union- Street. 
ViUiam Rea<< Federal-Street, late Long Lane. 

The Medical Society earr.efily recommend a Vniver/tty 
iucatica U oil •who are dejigr.ed for tbe Medical frv 
Jiortf and an atterdance or. Medical LeSiurei, 



C_64_3: 

\)'uti\'mn% for failing in ^ out ej^Bofton Say, 
'T'HE Light House ftands on a (mall Ifland, oath' 

Nurth entrance of the channel (Point Aldeiton ani 
NantaTcet heights being on the footb^and is about 65 fee 
iigh: To (leer for it from Cape Cod, the courfe isW.N.W 
>»heo within one league oF the Ci^s. From Cap« Cod t 
the Light Houfe is about 16 leaguet : From Cape Anoet 
the Light Houfe, the courfe is S. VV. diftant 10 ieagije< 
Afcer making the Light, aod the wind fair, yoo m* 
bring it to bear W. by K. or W. K. W. and then run fc 
if, ttil you cjme within t^o cables length of it. If th 
wa^thecis fo bad that a Pilot cao't get off (»s is foto« 
t\tR'.i the cafe) after running abreaft of it, fo as to brin 
it to bear N. by E. you may rua W. by S. about a mi 
and an half, to Naotaiket road, where you may aochi 
in from 7 to 5 fathoms in faFc:y« 

To work into BoAcn bay, you may ftand to the Scutii 
ward till you bring the Light to bear W. N, W. and 1 
the Northward till you bring it to bear W. S. W. ti^l yt 
corne wicbin one league of the Light \ theayou mufi no 
ftaod to the Northward aoy further than to bring it 
bf-ar W. by N. and to the Southward to bring it to be 
W. N. W. Yoo may anchor in the Bay io fafeiy, if tl 
wind is cfF Shore. 

The Ligbrs at Cape Anne ftand on an Idand calli 
Thatehei'^a IfJand j the two Lights bear of each oth 

hen in one, S.S.W. a quarter S. and N.N.E. a quarte 
N. To go outftde tb« Londoner, or Thatcher's iflai 
Ledge, yo* muft give the Light one ieajjuj dirtance, 

THOMAS KNOX, Branch Pilot. 
A Cannon ia at BoRoa Light Houfe to acfwer Signals. 

DireiJioKt for Jailing into Cafco Bay. 

ANEW Light Hcufe is ereftcd on Portland Head> 
the entrance of the harbour j the baJlding i»7* fc 
high exclufiwe of the Lantborn. la coming in, bring t 
'ight.'to bear N.N.W. then run foi it, aliowing it a fa 
j'ftance on the larboard hand ; and when abreaft eft 
ame, then run N. by W. This courfe »iU gi»efO 
?cchar»g« from Haifa mi'e tocnea<;d an hsif. 

No Tariatioo of the compafs is atlowed. A more p« 
'icular furtev wifl b« foon taken of the bearings oft 
Liy>it from tU frveral rocks aod fhoais, together w'rt>< 
ygfuo fls how fat vellcls may ftand E. orW. when bea'ingj 



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Pubifc Officers in the State s/Maflacbufcus 

— John Avery, jan. Secretary. 
Zomm\(^t'-y of PcnOoners, and to Icttle Army Accounti. 
(HJ8 Ofhce kept adjoiniog tbe Council Chaaibcr.) 

—Thomas D-avis, Treajurer, 
(Office kept is tbe Ro< m under the Council Chamber.) 

Ccxnmktee/or dejacirg^ Public Securities. 
Richard Crane h, of Quincy, 
Thomas Dawes, of Bofton. 
Jonatbao Mafon, of BoftoD, 

Goaanaiitce /o» tb« Sale of unapfro^riattdlAoia,, 
Saroiiel PbilUps, of Aadover. 
Nathaniel Well., of Wells. 
Leonard Jarvig, cf Boftoa. 
John Read, of Roxbary, 
DanicJ Cony, of BallowcIK 
The Lands to be fjid are fitoated betwect tbe HJgManda 
the EaAern parts of the ComTnonwealth tc tbe Atian 
tic Ocean, from North to Sooth, and between the River 
St. Croix and the State of New Hampihiie, from £afl 
Weft. 

Committee appiinted by the Gemra! Court in June I7941 

ta examine and pafs on public Accouotf, 
i jonahStearn../,f Lunenburg, j j,£ ,te Senate. 
• WilJianfjJernif an, of Edgarrown, ) 

John SaundetSjjun, of Salem, T 

Samuel Flagg, of Wo'cefter, > of the Hoofe. 

Benja. Read, of Mendon 3 

During the SefTioo of tbe General Court they meet 

for that purpofe in the upper Lobby at the £aft end 

of tbe State Hoofc in Bofton. 



J Keepers ef tbe putlic Powder Magazioci. 

I Ebenezer Hancock, at Bofton. 

\\ John Aoftio, at Charleftown. 

I : No Perfon in Bnjion i; to keep in any Building, except 
the Magazine, more tban *5lb. weight of Gurj Powder, 
00 penalty of forfeiting tnc fame ; and for every half 
band (exclunve cf the forfeiture thereof J they are to pay 
a finf ji £.xo^ and fo in proportion for a greater q.mntity 



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PubHc Tonutt Officers in Boftoff, 

Necejfary to be known by ailiubo tranfaSi Bufmtjt tbere'iiit 

Tovjn-Clerk. 

William Cooper, (annually chofcn for 34 Yetis.) 

Etekicl Pries Ebenezer Seaver I William Little 

Thnmaj Walley Thoraaj Cratcj | Chatiei Sulfinch 
Wiliiitn Bordmao rbomas Edwardi 1 William Scol.ajr 
Thej m:et at their Cbac bcr at the Eaft end of Faivcuil 
Hab, every Wednefday afternoon, for tranfa£t:ng the 
prudential Affjir* of the Town ^ and the >aft M<?nday 
cf every Monih for the exannvding and allowing^ fuch 
Accounts as m^y be exhibited agamft the Town. 
Matthewr Nazro, 4ttendant to tte Sel«£lraca. 
Jofeph Ruffeil, Town Tre^furer. 
jt.fi»h Wtters, InjpeSlcr of the P^^lice. 
William Gocch, Clerk and Condufior of /6«^Market. 
John Weare, Toton Cryer. 

School Committee, 
The Seledmen, together with. 



Thomas Dawes 
Rev. Samuel Weft 
■ John Lat^rop, D.O. 
John Coffin Jones 
Jonathan L. Auflin 
William Tudor 



Dt. Thomas Wei A 
Dr. Nath. W. Appletoa 
Rev, John Clarke 
Di. Aaron D^iter 
George Richards Minot 
W.ltiam Smith 



The School Committee, by Law» areefpecially to attend 
to the Morals of the Peifonj whom they may employ 
and to hi fuch only as are qualified to discharge the duties 

vctved upon tktta. 

The Vjfif ation of the Schools is In July aanually 
Names of the public Schoolraafters in Bofton. 

Samue! Hunt, Latin Grammar MaHer, Centre School, 
John Tileftone f^ritj^g M^fie^t North End. 
Amos Croiby, Englifb Gramnar Majier^ Ditto. 
James Carter- Horning Majier, Centre of the Towot 
Caleb Bingham, Engli/h Gremmar MaHer^ Ditto. 
John Vioal, fVriting Majier ^ South End. 
Eli/ha Tickno/, Engltfh Grammar Mafter, Ditto,^ 
The Penalty for negleft of Scboob in Tovsns of 50 Fami- 
lies, is to/, thofe of TOO Families, is to/, and thofe of 
150 is %cL to be paid on conr.plaint to the SefTionj, 



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"hsrfeers 0/ thsVoov^ and of the Workhoufe. 
onacban Mafois jonachanL.. Ajlbn John Codtnaa 
ihti White Samuel P^rkmaa ^ViMiam Sioith 

d<«ard P:o£lor Ed«vard £det Will, t'billipsjua, 

jha i wee tier Hs-arj Hi'A itef»heo Gniiian 

The 0»!rfee.r8, b< rotation weekly, daily ir.fii: the 
Ims-Houi'e, and a general Buard of them meet there the 

ft wedneidajr in every months foi:traiif4dtiQj^ the bufiaefs 

(heir appoiocmeat, 

Samuel WhitwelJ, Mafter of the Alms Houftt. 

Beujamin Hammact, Mafier of the l^^orkbottfi,, 

ICaac Raod, Poyficiair ard Surgeon,. 



I 



ho Winthrop 
lomas MUlvil<e 

2 Haech 
Teph Rufleli jun. 

'bert Gardner 



Fireixurdi, 
Edwud Edes.. 
'taaioe! Parkman 
Amafa Davis 
R.u(Tcil Sturds 
H*nr9, [ackfni 



Mungo Mackajr 
Wriliam Scoliajr 
Wiliiam Littte 
james T.fdaie 
j I<>l'eph Maj 



^'Jefjon, 

!es Ha'rie I 'oba R. Sgouroeyi Thomas Hich^oro 
inuelRugg!e» ioaieb BSanchard | 



CoUe£iors of Taxes. 
Benjamin Hend-rfon I Thomas Bailey 

Jamei Thonr^rnn | BeDJimin fepfos 

Licenced Vendue Matters. 
(r«!l & Chp I lones and Bafj [Robert Molmeox 
«atd Proftor } fofhaa Eatoa I William Alline 
wis Hayt |J? mi8 Eatoa | 

infpciaor o/Poc and Pearl A(hes. 
Djvid Townfeod, of Boften. 
infpefting Store is atthe Crar-ary, T^t^r the Commoo, 
deputy Infpedors jy/'Pot ^wc^ Pearl Afhes. 
n Aaftin, CAa/-/£/?(jw», Benjamin Fofter ^^''^ 

Iier Craft, Watertcwn 'Shirley Erving, Portland 

ht^^Xtrxhiti, Medford /MofesSewall, HaHoioelt 
Behas Carfeton, Haverhill f EHfta Harriogtoo Salem 
eei.for mfpefting, maTfctojf, &c,i« 5^. fo' «^«y loo 
\ht to bg paid^ by thePorchafcT, lad 6<i^for«>operiog 



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Surveyors o/* Flaxfeed . • 

Samuel Blagge, Ca^cn jRjchard Nuttinf, SaUnf, 

Arthur Langford. ditto j John Stone, Newbury PqtA 

Joseph Himmatt, ^/>/« j-ViTfej Hoyt, ditt^ 

Obadiah V/hitc, C.&tfr'/^^wjj' WiIliamWelftedProut,rf/>J 
Ca.'eb Lamfoi, dttto\\ohn Coombi ditto 

Ifaac Smith, juo, ditt*hit\\UtUtitt, Pirtlan4 

Hci\]ivn\o hl'it'.ckf JtttcJ 

The Fee for furvey iog is 6d. per Caflc, if under ten, and 
W. per ca^, if above th»t number j and when rurire>ed 
to be fbipp'd in buik, one if a' f penny for every bufhei.' 

Infpe^on of Tobacco. 
IFraocrs Wright, Sofion | jereaiiah Njrmni, Detrfeld 
BtQ]x. Day, H^eJtSpritigfLeldi 

\ The Fee for infpcding is i/.6i. for every cafk under 
faur, and if, for every cafk exceeding that number, 

Infpeiior of Butter. 
I Job Wheelwright, jun. for Btfcon & Char/eftown, 
The Fee for examining and proving every Fsrlt'n is 4. 
uade; fix, and %d. for fach nk^ve that n umber, 

Purveyors of iV heat* 
John Lucat ^| Edwatd Edea 

Surveyors of Hemp 
William McNeil { Jeffary R ichatdfoft 

^ffay Maflers. 
Jofiiui Wctherie: j Sa muel Auftin 
5tfa/tfr/ ^Weights t7»</ Mealures* 
John Cutler, for the Coxmonweahh. 
Tlto mai DiiiciB, for the T&wn of B^ftoo , 

' Seaiers of Wood 

Edward Weld iWi^iLCuoninghamlAlden Baft 

Jirah Ho'brook iJofeph Gicafoo I 

Aaron May, at Boftoo Neck, and Mofcs B«!lard, tt 

Cbariei River Bridge, »re Meafuren cf Wood tbit 

is brought by Lmd in Carts or Sleds, 

Aldeo Bafs, it appointed Survevor cf Onion?, Sealer of, 

j Wood, tnd InfpeftoT of V'effeh Cargoei that meet 

t with daniage at les and come inJto the port of Boftoo. 

1 Seaiers of Leather. \ 

*XhOj. BiadUy,^ WUl. Billing*,, David HoUii, Mat, Loucfc- 



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Fence Fteivan, 
Mi}»siln White, j Andrew Townfeod, jCharles Berry, 
May, I William Todd, | 

Surveyors «>/" Boards, Shiogies, ^c. 
(hot Beotley John Cogfwell ijimes Robbiin 



bn e.bannpney 
iafnio Pa^e 



AbrahamHayward-Edmood Ranger 
Benjamiii White jWiSiJatn Clouftoo 
James Biake I William Dtiricot 

Fees •' 6^> P^r thoofarjd feet for viewing only, arrd 6J, 

ire for measuring and marking. ^For furveyiog »oAj 

iiing Ihingies and c-apbairds, 6J. per thoufaod* 



nabae! Hevee 
snjamin Homans 
ho BoiToo 

ofaa Butterfield 



Confiables, 
John Cad<8 
Andrew Townfend 
Sajiuel White 
James Perkios 



DaTid Lewie 
Enoch May 
Tho. Stev^nfja 
Robert Smallf cacc 



Cullers of Staves and Hoops. 



'emuet Gardner 
lenry Pufkett 
■iftph Lortng 
William Packman 



Edward Burt 
James Fofter 
John Bray 
Thorn i» Barber 



George Singleton 
Jonathan Cufting 
James Bafry 
rtczekiah Hudfon 
Philip HichterA 



Cuilers o/Dry fiih only, 
John McFarland, Roger Bartiet and jofeph noble> 

\extons amd Funeral Porters or Undertaken. 
oho Cade* Elijah Adams Edward Vanoavah 

jcl Joh.if3n John Jones Lemuel Luddea 

clTe Houghtoo jofcph Blaney George Geyer 
I ifejjh Edmundi George Clark Absl Whcclock 

•wobsrt Newmai 

The Rates for their funeral Services are. 

For digginK a Grave or opeamjj a Tomb, 5/. 

For the Ufe of a Pall for aa Adult, 4/.6<i. 

Ditto for a Child, 1/. 3^. 

Carrying a Corpfc to the Grave, each Porter, 3/. 

Each Tolling of the Bsli, ?^. 

For their S-rvice irv borrowing Cbaiff, waiting upon 
the Pa 'bo'.ders and warning the Reiatioo;, %f. 

For extraordinary Cafea, fuch aa potting the Bodies 
into tar.'d Sbee's. fee, 6/. 



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R-ifer ^^ Wharfage and Dockage in Bofton-. 

TBe follov/ing an the K.ite» tjiabh[hei at the Bofton Pitr 
or Long Wharf, and gentraUf objuved at the orben, 
[ Thse Pier i( io the centra of the Town, running out 
ft; m tbe lower par: of State Srreec. 1743 ^eet into tbt 
jharbour, fuppofed to bs the longefl in the world, »n<) hat 
jat the end thereof i 7 feet of wa'er 5I low Tide, an^ is in 
omplete repair being wholly faced with St&ne Wo'k, ] 
D U C K A G E, 
Vcflelj f'om 60 to ico Toa», at if.Bdi per Dajr ^ 
From TOO to 150 tons, at xf, \ 

From 750 to zoo Tons, 1/9^,- | 

Erom iio to 300 tons, 3/. *j 

From 3OO to 400 toau, 4/i' 
Aod larger Ve fie Is in proportion;. 
WHARFAGE. 
Latidicg of Hogfheadt and Pipes, at ^d, a pieet; 
Tierces at ^d. a piece. 
Earrelt at id. halfpenny a piece; 
Half Barrcli and KLegs, three farthings a piece. 
Boards, Staves aod Honps, if. pertfaoufaod. 
Clapboards, %d, per thoufaod.. 
S4iioRle9, 3^. per thoufand,- 
Laths, 6di per tboufand; 
Cord Wcod, Si. per Cord. 
Pales, Baxes, Trunks, Crates. Sd a piece. 
Iron, Hemp, Cordage, Timber, &c. if, per to«o 
Coals per Chaldron, if. 
Shook Hojt/headE, id, a piece.- 
Filh, id. per Q/iintal. 
Grain of a!; kinds, one b'alffier.nyftf bufSe!. 
Salt. zd. per Hogfhtad. 
Hay, 3</. per Bundle. Lemons, td. per Bor, 
Bales of Co'tcn, ^d. Bags of Ccffei & Cocoa id. 
Rani^tQg Timber, ?di per mo feet. 
Hogfliea-ls. Tierces, Barrels, and all other Merchandize 

taken .-^fF the Wharf, to be the fame as if landed. 
Goods taken, into L ghters, or otherwife from 00 boari 
any Veffe! lying at the Wharf, to be one half aa 
much- as if they were landed. 

Offitet for Infuraoce o« Veffelst &tr. 

Mnfea Michael Hays. I q^^^ ^ .„. 

Heward Dav,s, 5^,,, Street, Bofion 
Peter Cbafdon Brooka., | 



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Officers of the Grand Lodge <?/Fiee Mafons^ 

Moft Worfh!pful John Cutler, Grand JMafter. 
Right W. fihpfol JcCab oaitlet, Deputy Grand Madtr '■ 
Worihipfol Mungo Mackay, / Grand 

WorfliJpfol Samuel Patkruao, C H'a'dent, 
William LittI*, Crand Treafurer, 
Samoel CoJefwottbj, Grand Secretary, 
William Dormifan, ( ^ , r. 
JohnBrazer. ( Crand Dcaconu 

NoTtco^Braflsfora, } ^'^"^ Stewards, 
Samce! Btadfirrd, Grand l^arjhal. 
Benjzmin RulTell, Grand Utiotd Bearer, 
Their Siuarterly Cowmunicaticr.s are held in BcfioQ a' 
i^cert Hail on the Eveoicgs cf the fecond Mooda; ii 
irch, June, Septetribet and CeceiTiber. 
Tbe Officers are chofen a* tbeir meetir^ m December. 

Other Free Mafoo LcA^ti held in Br<ion, arCt 

Tbe firft and ffccnd Saim Jobn'% Lod^e» (being uni'ed 

h the Rlf.iig Sun Lo<?g{) n ee^ at Ccnccit Hall ca the 

Wedrefday in each Month. 
Saint Andrevi^ Lc^gf, rreet at Free MafoD'a Kail on 

iaft V. ednefday of each moritb^ 
The Royal Arch Lodge meet at the fame Place on th 
: Tbuifday in «»cb mnonih. 
The Rijirg Statss Lcd;e, mee' at Concert KalJ on tbe 

Monday in each Monttt. 

^.ajfackufettt Lodgr, at the f»!rt Place, the feccnd 
lodsy in each month. 
The tJ^rmonic 'X Ctrmam lo^ff, meet the firft Toef. 

in the Month. 
■Cing Solomon\ Ledge, at Cbarle^owp, meet atWairec 
\\ the fiscix d Tuefday of each irontb* 
Ihz African Loi'ge, 'o ?(0ro, nreet the firft Tucfdaj 

very Month at \\t Gi.Iden F eece. 

her Lrrdgf« under ike yuriJdiBion offheCrtoi Lodge. 



ean Lodge at Glorefter, 
^eter*» zr New bury Pert, 
kfi>ire, at Stock bridge, 
".ity, at Lancafter, 
ed States, at Danvers, 
■nin£ 6rar, at Vvotcffler, 



EJex Lod|e, at Saleir 
Amity Lodge, at Salem, 
Unity U6%%, ar Ipfwich 
W^flrrftrLo<*gf,at]V. »cbi?«, 
Ffi/ertf /Lrdge,HampfhJreCc 
OidCohny Lodge, atPlyir cutb 



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United Staples BANTk at Philadelphia. 

Tbonis^ Wjiling, Prefnient, 



jof^ph Ball 
Roberf Smith 
Mattiiew McConoell 
Jofeph Anthony 
John W. Nefeit 
Sanoue! Breck 
Jcreoitih Parker 
ifaac Wifarton 

'The above arse a 



William Bradford 
Janaes C, Fifher 
Thomas Ewing 
Willism Bingham 
Jacob DcwDH)g ^ 

^.rchibald ."Call 
JfracI Wheien 
ManhcMv Ciarfcfoo 
i/Phiadeiphia. . 
Ijerman Lt Roj. New Yt-k,]o-.i, De)rfic!d» Nevt Tcr 
Jjohn Lawrence, i>moJAbjah Hamaircd, i>/r) 

Richard Harfrfoo, Di-tro\ 

David Searg, Bo/}.^fi j Heary Nicholf, Buttimoi 

joLir. Kear. CaJhUr, . . Sa'ajry ij.,© Oo!Ure4 
Cr/^r^f Sa\\.:i>Ti^ ^^if^arf Ca/iiery 15&0 
Wil.iam Da- idl,..;. yiV/r TV'er, - 1500 
Charles y=y c^. Jectna TeUer . 1*00 
Will'em M.Lav^iC ce /?r/' - eoA^^fr, f(Voo 
joti?i'Ka:i SmsrH, \\\n. fecond b^oheper. 800 
Ed >va:-d *itOW. li/r/f ^ciiff^r. - 750 
Sa«no'* Feono, Oifccurt Cltrkt - yf* 
T:nm2sSmtb Ajjift. D'fcoufit C/eti, €00 
r)?v!d Vlannin . Transfer Clerk, - 609 

Chores Dav 5. I M^i'^^^t Cle-h, 600 
Jstrrrs Qot/in^er, i?t';»r;.^r, . - 600 






United States Branch Bank a/ Bofton, 

D I R I C T O R S. 

Thomas Rufl'cU, Prefident, 



WillJEm Payoe 
Jofeph Barreli 
Dav d Sears 
loan CcfRn yoite« 
Jofeph Rufreil, jun. 



Sam^uel ParUman 
eharl« Miller yk 
>hn loy, i«n^/f^ 
Char!e» Vaugbin*^*^ 
Jofeph Cooiidge, 
Hnfifon Gray Otif 



^/^«W> ►^ J obn Xo w«i 1 

r '^ Petei^Roe Dalton, Cafhier, 

J hn Rice, 1/ T^/&»-. 
Daniel Oliver, %d reller^ 
Chnftopher Minot 
Turner Phillips 

Ssmuc! Tbwtnp, Difcount Clerk* 
Giilam Bafg, MeJJeng€r.t 



Book-keeper*^ 



t 7$ 3 



Maflachufetts BaNK, at BoftoD. 

WiDiam Phillips, Pfefident, 
DIRECTORS. 
Tonathan MftTon V.' iilum Tudor 

Thoma* Dawes John An orjr 

Ttiomaa ^" alley William Phillip* 

ficojamia Greene Aaroo Dexter 

Jamei Thwiog. Cafkier, 
Nathanie] F.ifter, teller, 
WiUiam R. MtUer, Accout^ant, 
John Btowo, AJ/Jftant, 
Jc>feph Sweetfer, Attendant and Mejfenger, 



Daniel Hubbard 
Joleph Head 
Jonathan L. Aoftia 
Stephen Gotham 



UoioD Bank, at Boiion 

Mofea Gill, Preftdent, 
D iRE CT ORS 

Jefeph Blake CiTer Wende// 

Samuel Biowa 

NaThaniel Jellows 

Dav'd Greene 

Perez Ivlortoo 

William Smith 

Alexander Hodsdoo, Cejhier, 
Nathaniel Emnr.oni, .Accountant, 
Johofon jackfoD, AJJiftant Accountant* 
David Morejf, Dijcount Clerk, 
George Butroughr, Teller, 
Andrew jobonnot, MtJJ'enger, 
Sam uel ^od dard, Attendant, 

EfTex Bank kept at'ZiUxnr 

Will-em Gray, Preftdtfit, 
P iRECTp RS. 
Jeeob Afliton I William Orne 

Edward Pulliog 
^ofeph VVhiic 
^amei King . Caihit r, 



G«1)^e Ucd^e 
jobo Norns 



The fettra! Banks m tojton are kept in Stafi^Stftet 

ar the State houfe. being rhejcertre of the Tcwni—- 
Hre hcurb a^e f>nm 9 A.M. to i PM, 9Dd from 3 to 
P.M. fttix fxa^ocf* & «>or duality aseotfetffd in each. 
Paynnept* >ece<«ed, or irocey paid at the fftfnif, mufl 
be e^»nn>ned at tl e tlme^ aa no deficiircy fuggefied 
afterwards will b e admitted* ' 



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Marine So<?iety iftSoAoa. 
Samuel Dunn, Mafier, 
Thomar Dennie, Dffuty Mafier. 
■ Alexandej Hodgdoo, Treajurer, 
WiJIiam Furncfs, Secrerary. 
Their annual Meetiog it on the ift Moodaf ioNovenber 



Society /^r Information t9 Foreigners. 

Thomas RuiTell, PrefJent. 

John Lowell, Viee Prefident, 

Jofcpb Eckiejr, d.d. treafurer, 

RcT, Jedtdiah Morfe, Correfpondiag Secretarf, 

William Shetburae, Recording Secretary, 
Committct. /or colUaing hsforrnation. 
John Andrews I Theodore Ljijiaq 

Aaroo Putnam I Willism Little 

Olirer Smith | 

Committee /ff advifing Emi^raoti. 
Charles Vaughaq I jofeph May 



RufTslI Sturgis I John Locaa 

Samtiel Smith 
It is requefted that Mafters of Veflela and otberi« laordj 
to further the Ticws of this Scciety, would gite iofoi 
mation to the ad«ifing Coramit.tee, of ail Emrg ad 
vho may arrive in their refpcftive veflels, their occi 
pstions, familiei, circumftancee, Set, 



Chambsr q/ Commerce in Bofton. 

Thomas Rufiell, Frejidert. 
Stephen Higginfoo,^'-^ F/.v Prefident. 
John Coffin Jones, Jecor.d Vic« Frefidentt 
Henry Prentifs, Secretary, 
Five Gentlemen are cbofen Mciitbly to fer^ve at the 
Standing Committee during that tin-.e. 



Cincinnati Society in Maflsch.ufetts. 
Major General Benjamin Lincoln, Prefident, 
Doaor Willism Euftia, Vice Prefdent. 
^Major General Henry Jackfon, Ireajurer. 
Thomaa Edwardj, Secretary, 
Their annual Meeting is always on the 4th of July. 



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/imericao Academy ^rArts, (j?j. 

jufta A dims, LL D. Preftdentt 
Jcfeph Wiliard. o.d. & tL.b J^tce-Pre/idtnt. 
Re#. Jotjn Ciirke, Kecordirig Secretary. 
Eiiphalei Pearfon, Urrsfponding Secretary, 
COUNSELLORS. 



Robert Trett PaJM 
Jobo Lowtil 
Loaoiini Baldvvlff 

Eotton Tufts 



R ichard Craotfe 
Berjafnin Littccltf 
John Warre!» 
Ffanfii Dana 
Jeremy B«ikii*p, ».i), 

Ebenezsr Storerj 'trg^furert 

Ch«rks BuSnoch, Vice- 'Jrrafuref. 

5 Lachrop, D.n. Lihrsria'^, and fteeper of the Cabinet. 
Their anous! Meeting ie oo thft ^ih Tucfday in May. 



MafTachufetcs Agricuffural Society, 

Thomas Ru.TeJI, of Bofion, i'refsdent. . 

John Lo«ell, of Roxbury, ria-Pref-dent. 

Mif«9 Gili, of Princeton, Second Vice BrtfJent, 
John Avery, jun. ofBoRoft, Fecordieg Secretary, 
Olivsr Smilh, of Bofton, Correfionding iiecretary, 
Aaj-oa Dexter, of Boftoefr Treajut^.r* 
TRUSTEES. 



imm Baldwin, If^clmrr, 
TIC Bowdon, DercbePur 
riiiopber Gore, Siftttn 



Char'es Vaughaa, Bcjtcr. 
Martin Brimmer, Roxbury 
Samusi Pafkcr,D. D. Bofton 



MaiTachufetts Charitable Society, 

Tbomas Dawei, Freftdtnt. 

Jonathan LoTing Aurtin^ Vice VreJ,dtnt, 

John Kncrtand, Treasurer, 

ls2tba«;el Noyea, Secretary, 
TRUSTEES. 
Barnabas Wcbb^ lohn Warren 

John Simpkinfl John Swectf«r 

jimes Sumaer N-athahiel Hail 

bamuel Rujzg!e8 

\VLlism CordweMj Mejfenger, 

'Cif annual Meeting ia cQ.the ift Mouday in Septcnaber 



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Bofton Epifcopal Charitable SocUip 

Wiiiiam Tudor, Prefidtnt, 
Richaid Green, Vict-frefidentt 
Benjam'm Greene, Trtajurtr, 
TR USTEES. 
Samuel Parker, d.d. i John Hancins 
John Cutler I Joreph Greene 

Daniel Hubbard | O' »er Smith 

Their annual Meeting is 00 Eafte r Toefday. 
HiSorical Society in Bodoo. 

James Snilivan, PrefidenU 
William Tudor, Treafurer, 
Rev, James Freeman, Recordiftg Stcretary, 
Jeremj Belknap, d.0. Cor re/ponding Secretary, 
George Ricbardi Mioot, f.ihrarian, 
Samuel furrcly Cabinet Keener, 
Peter Thachcr.D.D. ^ ^^. 

James Wmthrop > ;; . * 

Redford Webfter 3 Commtttee, 

Their aonua) Meeting is 00 the Uft Tuefda y in Jaouary 
^Boflan Library Society, 
TRUSTEES. 
Cbar!cB Bolfiach Samuel Partcer, s.d. 

Jofeph Eckley, o> »• William ScoDay 

Rev. John Eliot William Spooner 

Samuel Hall Cbarlee Vaughaa 

George R. Minot 

Nathan Webb, Secretary, 
Redford Wefaftsr, treasurer, 
Caleb Bmgham, Librarian, 
Their annual Meeting ie on the firft Monday in Ma«^« 



Society for propagating the Gofpel 
Among the Indians and other $ in Nortli America. 
Thomaa RuJreU, Prefident, 
lAofti G\\\,Vice-Pre/ider,t» 
Eben'zei Storer, Treasurer, 
Rev. John E ior, Vice-Treafureu 
Peter Thacher, D-d. Secretary, 
Rev. EiphaJet Por-er, /SJJijiant Secretary, 
SELECT COM^JITTEE. 
Thomaa Dawe* I Narhar-el Applefon 

Simeon Howard, D.0. I Peter Thacher, d.d« 
Jeiemy Beikna)>, D D. | 
Tiieir annual Meeting ia on the left Tuefday m Ma| 



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MafTachufetts Ccngregaiional S:cii;ty, 

Jofcph Wizard, D D. Frefuient, 

jam«8 Soiiivan, Vice PTcfiJent, 

Sjrnco:^ KowarJ, d.d, Tmafurer, 

John LaibiOp, d.d. Secretary, , 

C O U N C 1 L. 
Sstnuel Pfaillfps R.-?. Phillips Payfon 

Tbomas Ruliell Rev. Thomas Barnard 

Mofes Giii Pcicr Tfaachef, d,d. 

Rev, jofeph Jackfon 
This Society is iofiitutsd to tecsivs and impfove Dona- 
tions far the fupportof Widows & Orphans of deccafcd 
Clergymen of the Coisgregational denorrinstioo. 



Maffachufetts Charitahis fire. Society. 

Mofcis G.l), Frefiient. 
George R. Minot, Vice Prefident, 
Oliver Smith, T/^fl/«r^'. 
William Alline, Recording Secretary, 
Rev, Jamc« Frcemaa, Correfpindiag Secretary, 
TRUST E ES. 
James Bowdoin i Arnold WeUej, jun, 

.William Tudor I Jofhua Thomas ■ 

Joha Lucas I Shubael Beli 

Wiiljam ScolUj * Vacant 

Th's Society (incorporated June «5th 1794) is for tbe 
arpofe of telieviog fuch as may fiifFer by Fir?, and of 
imubtirg genius to ufeful difcoveries, tending to fecuie 
ic lives and property of their fellow men from dcftruc- 
on by that elemsct. 

Their annual Meeting to be on the Friday next fallow^ 
ing the laft Wcdnefday in May. 

Continental Naval Agents, j 

ppointsd under the Dspartmsnt cf War ht bgildiog! 
fix Continental Ships of War, viz, \ 

New flamf!/h;re, John Langdoa, 
Majjacbujctts^ Henry Jackfon, 
Neiu-l'ori, John BJagge, 
Fbiladel^bia^ Gurney and Smi(h> 
Baltimore. Jeremiah Yeliort. 
Norfolk, William Penaock. I 



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Majfachufettt Medical Society. 

Cotton Tufts, M.D. Prtfident. 
Samuel Danfortb, M.D. Vice Prefidenu 
COUNSELLORS. 
Samuel Danfortb, M.D. 1 Thomas \^elfli 
John 8r.ok8 j Ifaac Rand 

John Warren, M.D. | Lemuel Hayward 
Jcbo Warren, M.D, Correfpondhg Secntary, 
Jofiah Bartlevt, M.R. Recordinft Secretary, 
Thomas Wel/h, Treafurer. 

William Spooner, M.D. Five 7reafurer Librariarti 
and Cabinet Keeper, 
CENSORS. 
MarHial Spring | William Euftis 

John Brooks 1 Thomas Wel/h 

The ftated Meetings of tkis Society are on the feeond 
Wcdnefday in April ; the firfl Wednefday in June j and 
the third Wednefday in OAober annually. 



Middlefex Medical Affociation, 
Oliver Piefcott, M.D. Prefident. 
Benjamin Waterhoufe, M.D, Vice Prefident, 
John Brooks "^ 

Jofiah Bartlett, M.B. > Counjellori, 
Ifaac Hurd > 

Timothy Mlnot, *rreafurer» 
Jofepb Hun^ Secretary, 
Semi-anouai Meetings of this Affociation are holdeo at 
Concord on the laft Wednefdays in April and OAober 



Briftot Medical Society. 

William Baylies. Prefi'ient. 

Samuel Perry, Vice Prefident, 
Jffie Bullock ^ 

Ebenezer Winflow > Counjellors, 
Lewis Lepriiefe j 

Fofter Swift, Secretary, 

P. Blackington^ Treefurer, 

Thefe Medical Societies arc defigned to diffufe Medfaj 
knowledge, promote a friendly intercourfe, and aid tbl 
.views of one another* They confift of Pbjficiaoa MB a 
jSargeons, and honorary Members* 



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Majfaohufettf Humane Society. 

Thoai*9 RalTell, Prejident. 

Jonathan Vlaibn, Firfi yice Preftdent. 

John Warren, m.d. Second l^ice P^efident, 

Simeon f-loward, d,d. Treajurer. 

Samuel Parksr, d.d. Corref ponding Secretary, 

John Avery, jun. Recording Secretary, 
TRUSTEES. 
John Lathrop d, o. j Thomas Welfh 
Peter Thacher, d.d. j Aaron Dexcer 
Re?. John Clarke I Nathani-! iialch 
eir annual ^4eetiog is on the zd Taefdiy in December^ 
' Defire of the 4amane Society tbt following VIechods 
)f FreatovenC to be ^fed with f*er{on% apparerulf dead 
^rom Drowning /* here infertei for t>ublic Informtdon, 
'Hough the following methods are chieB/ adapted to 
cafes of a|»parent death, from droivrting, yet the Society 
nic it proper to obferve, that moft of the means of 
toration herein recommended are applicable to confidera 
: variety of other cales, fach as hanging, con^uinon fits, 
Focation by damps, or noxiout vapours, the con^ned 
of wells, cifteros^ caves, or the maft of fermenting 
uors.— The Society have in fome mors edeutial arti- 
:i of treatment, followed the recommends tioos of foreign 
cieties of a (imilar nature y they nave however endea* 
ared to render them more conformable to the particular 
cumtlances of this country. 

I. The unfortunate perfoa is to be conveyed carefully 
the neared houfe : For this parpofe the head is to be 

iPed a little, as in bed, and the body Should be carried 
a natural and eafy pofture. 

II. The fubje£t is to bs immediately dripped, and laid 
I a warm bed, and the/:rV w<li dried with heated fl^n 
ils, the mud and t^roth removed from the mouth and 
sftriis ; if thfrbody was naked at the time of the acci* 
mt, It IS then to be furrounded as expeditiouUy as po^Tible 
itb a hot blanket, and thoroughly dried with coarfe 
oths or flannneU. 

III. The fmoke of tobacco thrown op the fundament 
tould be ranked among the earlieft applications : If a 
■utnigator Should not beat hand, the common pipe will 
^fwer the purpofe of applying this vapour to the bowelt 
eafy and important an operation /bould be repeatedly 
crforroed, as the good etfefts of tobacco fmokc have 

provcdi in many caiies, 



IV. The jlcin is to bs fencly lubosi *kh ws'm wool- 
len ctoc'w. aTd a wir.-ning pn heated (the bady beinj 
fuirouoded with fliaaelj may lightly 05 moved up ara 
do'ff.i the bick fjr 3 caauderablc tim:. VVoodsn bottlc! 
lillsd witn tjr): v»^c;r, &:. or beated brit^h, covsred wit! 
fliansl ray bj eifi:acioonj' apoiiei to ths foUe of the fecr 
paSais of the hands, and other parts of the body.. 

V. If a child has been drowned, its body fhomd bewia;! 
perfe£lly dry, "i^ imrmdiacsly placed in bed "between tw 
jjsrfoQS of gojd coniHtation j the falutary effeds of tli 
natural vital warmth have been ciearjy. proved in a variet 
of fuccefsful cafe», 

VI. The body is to be rubbed with flannels^ fprink!e 
wiih fpirits, aad fj.'Tjer«fat(onis of hot rum are to be anpii? 
to the breal^, &c. and oftsn reaewedi. The noftrils m^* 
be every now aad then tickicd with a feather ; fnufj an 
volaiiles <hau!d be occsionally made ufe of, to exci: 
fiieezing if polTibie. The various means of recovery fkoui 
be made uf? ot, by the afijtar.tt for feveral hours j th 
body is to ba gcuJy iliakea e^ery tea minutes, in order t 
render the r>Tncih more certain] v fuccefsful j and th 
bodies of children in particuiar are to ht agitated, by takin 
hold of the'r arms and legs frequently, and for a contin 
uaoceoftimi. \r% a variety of inftances agitation, 
eonjuniSlion with the methods laid down, has forwardc 
:the recovery of biys who had been drowned, and continu 
ed for a confiderable tima apparently dead. 

VII. If there bs any figas of returning life, fuch a 
fighiig, gafping, convulfjve motions, pulfatioa or a natu 
rai warmth, a fpooafui of any warm liquid may be ad 
miniftrej ; and if it proves that the power of fv/ailowin 
is returned, then a cordial draught may be given in fmai 
quantities, but not without the direftion of a phyfician. 

VIII. When the air is very co'd ox moiftf the vsriou 
methods of treatment are to be made ufe of near a iarg 
fire, or in a heated apartment. On the other hand, if th 
weather is warm, qt jultry ^aa ia the fummer fcafon) tb 
windows and doors of the room fhouid be opened ; an' 
in every other poflible way, a cool reff efliiog air obtained 

fas it is of the greateft importance in bringing forward th 
jlatent fpark of life, or in reftoring natural breathing. 
j IX. No perfons are to be admitted into the room, bo 
Ithofe who are aftually employed in exerting their utmof 
[cijdsavours for the recovery of the unfcrtanafe ; Si; 



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irfons are, therefore, the greatefl nunober that can twet 

■ove ufeful oo fuch occafioo; j and thofe «vho arc hy 

t«, far the fake of curiofi /, fhould be requefted to 
ithdraw, as they may retard, or prev2 it the rcftora 'cn 
Bieedinz it never to be emphyed in fucb cafes, ti/iUfs by 
e direBion of one of the medical ajiftantt^ or fome ether 
fpeBabie gentleman of the f acuity ^ who bat paid attention 
fucb unfortunate accidents. 
The methods which have beea fo fully re:ommeftded,| 
! to be made ufe of with rigor for fevera! hcurs : 3.th;>'| 
favourable circomftances /hou!d arife; for it ii a vul- 
' and dangerous opinion, to fuppofe that terfone arej 
ecoverable, becaufe Ufe does not f ion make its appear-' 
;e \ and upon thi« opinion, an imnsAfe aumber of tbs, 
mingly dead, have been committed to the ?;ave j wbo^ 
pbt have been rejiered to zirz, by refi/lution andi 
feverance in the plans of treaimeat oaw rectmmarjded. 

Summary o/" the 'Method oj rreatnient, 

be ufedioitb Perfons apparently dead from D. owning. 

Onvey the Perfon to the oeareft convenient bouie, witb" 

its head ra!red ; ftrip and dry him as quick aa poiTible ;| 

an the mouth aud noftriU from froth aod mud ^ if it is! 

hild, let him be placed between two perfans naked, in 

ot bed \ but if an adult, lay him on a hot blanket or 

, and in cold weather nea; a five— in warm wr ather, 

air fliould be freely admitted inro the room. The, 

!y is next to be gently rubbed with worm wooUeai 

thi fprirk!cd with fpirits, if at hi?» d, otherwifedfy ji 

eated warming pan may be lightly moved over the! 

kprooer V covered with a blankst j and the body, if 

child* to be geoily (hook every few minutes ; While 

fe mean! are ofiog, one or rwo affiftjnts are to be em- 

ired in biowiog vp tobacco fmoke into the fuodameoC 

b a fumiga^or, but if that cannot be ht^i. by mtan* of 

mmoa toba^rco ^ipe, the bowl bri-g filied wi.h lobacco 

properly lighted, bsiog covered with a handkerchief, 

iece of imncn, fo as to dsfefd ^he mou(h i-f tbe aii.f- 

iD b ow! .g ; baths the breaft with hot rum, and per- 

in tbe mU of thcie means fo'- feveral boucs. If no 

t oi f-fe fhouM then appear, let the bcdy be kept 

m f^r feverai bouts longer, with hot bricks. orvcfTefs 

iv<.(e; applic'^ to the pa'.ms c.f the hands, and fotes 

be t>*t, and thf far as 'iDSier or (horter time, as the 

amftaoces of ;he cafe may diftste. 



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Exp'lanatioa */ ths Holydays, 

Gene>a-'.y objer'vsd b-j rAc Epifcopalian Churches. 
\fJJrcumctfun, the ca&e of a feaft, celebrated on the fir^ 
j of j3^u<^ry, 13 csaimemjratioQ of the c{rcunQcih«r> 
Icf our ia»ior, 

£/3if'haAy, crherwife called the manifeftation of Cbtifi 
|to t ic vicn 1 •$, a fcft'val cbfesved on the 6th of January, 
jin hvior ( f thi a^peaiaocc of ou: Savior to the three Magi, 
|or wii! ,T)en, w.^o cims to adore him and bring prefeoti. 
Sepiuj^eCina, djnotej th; third Suncajr before Lent, 
or bcf -c iutdra^'c^fimi Surday, fuppofed by fome to (ikt 
its rum* 'ttm beiij: aSoa'- 70 days before E»fter, 

Sex2gifir:3, (^e r.cind Suaday betore Lent, or the 
fnexi to jiuovc Suuday, fj ca;!ed, a* bcirjg about 60 dayi 
bcfo's EaHer. 

^.■in^u.j^^eilm.j, or Shrove Sunday, fo caHc3, being about 
50 -'.If.', bef- ?t baiter. 

^■i.it agc/ima, or f.t^ So.ni?y fif Lent, 
Z.£«r. 1* a 1 jJc.T.n tir^s of faftsng, obferved m i( tirne of 
humiliatio:- beloic (Rafter, 

j FajJ,c/72 !Vcsk, the la:^ ;v8sli in Lsnt. where-D t^eCbo^cB 
iCe!tbu:es he myileties of our Savior'i de^th and paHionc 
I ^fh'^Vednefday, the (iii> day of Lent, fo called frcaa th< 
[aocient cuAom of rprmU^irg aHie^ on the head. 
I Annunciation^ or I^^y Diiy, kfift ia ccmmemo^atior 
vof the glad ridings brouthf by the aafc! GAb.iei to thi 
IVirpin Majy, of the Jncitnation of Chj.ft. 
j falm l^.unday, ihe i\h Suuday after Lent, aod thi nex 
jbefo'c Eaftcr, fo callai i a memory of oar Savior's tticm 
phal enify into jerufaiem, wbeo the maUiludc ftrewei 
Pa'm braaches in his w?y. 

Oooi FfiJiy^ th* next before EafVcr, in rinefftory of th< 
fuff^.rings jnd dearh of Jrfus Chrift, and called good bj 
y of em ncnce,. btcau.'V rf the bleflird eftefts of oui 
Savior's fafferjngs. v-hicb we'c a propitiatory and cxpia- 
tine facfifice fc* iKie fits of the wcrid. 

Ea/ie* SurJiy, ohk-^ti in memory of our Savior's re- 
furrection } the obfcrvatioa of this feftivai is as antiehl 
as the vef> time *>f the Apoft'es. 

Rogation^Veeky the week immfdiately preceedingWhii 
'otiday, fo called from the three fsft? thereio co ft/^cncay 
'Tuefday and Wednefday, which are called rofa^i9?^ days 
from '■he extraordinary prayers and fupplication? offered t( 
G\jd^y devout chriftiUs, to depticate his judgmeois. 



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Afctnfion Daf^ a f^ftival beld t«o dajrj before Wbit 
ind*¥, in msmofy of our Savior's sfcsmioo into heayet) 
'ter his »cfurre£lioi, tommonly caikd HoJjr Thuriday, 

Wbitfunday^ or Penticcft, a foleroo ffftvai obf*tved on 
le 50th riay after Eafter, in memory pf the deftent of 
>e Holy Ghoft upon the Apofties, and of thofe miiacu- 
lus powers which were tbea conferred upon ihcm. 

Trinity Sunday^ a feftiral ohferved on the Suc^^ay ne?cr 
terW^hirfunday, in booor of the holy & undiv'dedTfnitjr. 

Affumption, a feftiva! obferved by the R<;mi/>i Church 

honor of the miraculous accent of the Virgin Mary 
jdy and foul, into beavf n. 

All Saints^ a feftival obfervcd Norember ift, in com- 
emoratioa of the Sainta in general. 

AH Souls, a fefti»al obfe^ved Noyembet ad, in com 
cmoration of all the faithful deceafed. 

Advent Sunday, they are in number four, the firft of 
hicb, if it fal!» not on St.AndrewN dayt NoTsm. 30th, 
the next 8unday after ir. Jtfi^nifiei the approach or 
tming on of the feaft of the nativity. 

Conception^ cfaferred in commerooratjon of the ho?y 
irgin's having been conceived and boro immaculate, or 
ithout origio:;] fin, 

Cbrijimasy a feftival obferved op the 15th of December 

memory of the nativity of Jefo9 Chrift. 

Invoctnts Day, or Childermas, on the »8th cf Pecemb, 

memory of the maTacre of the innocent chiidrtn at 
ethlchem ; it is fatd X4000 were flain on that occaficn 



f>mes and Order of Seniority of the Clergy 
IB the Town* of Bofion, Roxbury and Cfasrlei^own. 

AJfociated, 
Simeon HowariJ, D.D, 
Sjmusl Weft, 
Jeremy Belknap, D.D. 
John Lathrop, D.D. 
Petsr Thacher, D,D, 
John Eliot, ) 

JofephEcHey, D.D. 
John Brjjdford, koxburjr 
John CJarke, 
Jamei Freeman, 
Eliobalet Porter, Roxburt 
JedidiahMorfe, CbacJeftoji 
John T. KJrklaed, 



JV«< AjDoLtaitd. 

William Walter, D.D. E 

Samuel StUlman, D.D. B 

Sa^outl Parker^ D.D. E 



Tbeir^ag Ba'dwio, B 
Johp Murray^ V 

FrancieMiitigoou,D.p» jt^. 



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Colleges and Academies /« Maffachufetts, 

fir the p'6v:oting 0/ Litciacure and ufeful Konwiedg 
Williams*/ CoUege in Berkfhire County, 
Ebcnezer Fitch, Prefident, 
Stepfeeo Weft, D.D. Vice frejident* 
DaD>el Dewe^, Secretary, 
Noah Linfley, Tutor, 
Nathaniel Steel, Maj'.er of the Cremmer Schat, 
Cmtieficemettt, the frft Wtdneiday io September. 
l>uipmer Aradrmy, at NewbufV, Ifaac Smith, Preceptoi 
fhillipx*i Academy, at A; do»e», ^.b.PembertontPrtecpU 
Mirab Stone, Afiiftant PrettpU 
Ahtah Holbreci.'Wntinf, Ioft;u£t( 
Letcefter Academy, »t Lextf^tr, Pu-vid Smith, P'eceph 
Berwick Academy, at Berv^itk, Satnueih'ioody, Preceptt 
fryeiurgAciccwyt a' Frfebuitj Pattil^0»^d6n,\:*tcctfU 
Haliowtll Academy, at Ha.'loweU. 
Tau'iton Academy, at Taunton. 
Wajbitti'ten Aca<^em*, at Machiat, 
Plymouth Academy, at Plyoinutb. 
ITeftf.eldAtiitmj. it Weftadd, 
Gtottn Academv, at Grotcn. 
U'eftfcrd Academy, at Weftford* 
Portland Academy, at Potttand. 
firunj<wi-cJt ColUge, at Brunfwick. 
£M<»/> efthe above not having been Iwi^ locorpctati 
the Inftfuftors art not yet appointed,'^ 
Derby School, at gingham, Ahner Lincoln, Preceptor. 
Peter J^h:t/tfy, Al?ittaot Precept* 
Ipkvich Grammar School, at Ip^wicb. 
Roxbury Grammar School, Jamet B. Hoive, hf after. 
Ctygrleftown Free School, Samuel Payfon, Maftcr. 



Vale Cflle^i at New- Haven, in Conne,6licQ 

E^ra Stilety Prefident. 
Contifuncem ent, The fecnnd Wedcefday io September. 

Rhode-Ifland College^ at Providence. 
Jonathan Maxcyt Piefideot, -(pro tern.) 
Commencement. The firft Wedcefday in September. 

Daitmouth LeUege tn New-Haraplhire. 

John fVteehck, Prefident. 

Commeneemeatt The fourth Wtdftefdaj in Anguft, 



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"Harvard UNIVERSITY, 



Seoatf] 



at Cambridge. 
The OVERSEERS of the UNiTiRSiT'v It? 
'Ke Governor, LieuteBant Governor, Council «Bd 
of the Commoowetlth, the PrefideBt of the Univftfit/V 
»nd the Miniilers of the Cong re^a:ionai Churches 
■Xht Towns of Bofton,llcxburyjDorcbefter,CharIeft9wnf 
Cambridge a ad Water toiv*f. 

Rev, Simeon Hoxeard, D,D. of BoftoD, Secretary, 
The C O R P O R A T I O N. 
JleT. Jofeph Milliard, D.D. ic L.L.D. Prefident, 
Hon, <}/;x/er Wendelly of Bofton, ^ 

Hon. ^oi>P Lcvfeil, L.L.D. of Roxburjr, I 
Hon. James Beivdoin, of Dorchefler, >Ftf/iW<» 

Hev, S/wtfOi Hetvardt D.D. of Ecfton, I 
Rev. 7ai>« I-j/^r<?^.D.D. of Bofton, J 

Ebencze r Sterer. A.M. of Bofton. Treafu rett 
The PROFESSORS. 
iavid Tappan, D.D. |/o//« Profcflor of Divinity. 
Uipbalet tearfon, A.M. Bancock Profcffor of Hebrew 
and other Oriental Languages, and Prounor 
of the Englifh Language. 
amael PFihher, A.M. LV/// Profeiror of the Mathematici 
and Natural Philofophjr, 
Warren^ M.D. Herfey Profcflor of An8t.& Surgery. 
Urjamin ff^aterbcufe, M.D. Herfey Profeflor of the 

Theory and Praftice of PhyCc, 
far on Dexter, M.D.Erwi^Prof.Chym.&MateriaMedica, 

T U T O R S at Cami/tV^^UoiverfitY. 
ihiet Abbot, A.M. Greek, 

^illiam Amherft Barren, A.M. Geography, and the 
i!emenr. of Geometry, NaturaiPhi! ofophy & Aftroaomy. 
Mter Waterman, A.M. Mctaphyfica and Ethice. 
^icab Sicne, A.M. Latin. 
<imuel SbapJeigb, A.M. Librarian. 
f. De Nancrede, Preceptor of the French Laoguage. 
«/e> Gannet, A.M. Steward, 
^ebn Pipon, A.B. Butler. 

SoMMENCEMENT 13 On 'hc third Weioefday of Jofy. 
f^acatijns : FroiE Cowmerccment, four Weeks, 
from the third Wednefday io OOober, two Weeki, 
Trom the fir ft Wednefday in January, five Weeka. 
from the third Wednefday jg April, two Wtckj., 



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|Mimfters, Churches, and Religious AffembH 

in the Commo7i*wealth of Maflachufeits. 
jNo^e. E. ftands far Epifcopalian. P. for Pre(bytcrti 
B. for Baptift. U. Uoiverralift, aod M, Methodift. 
fn Suffolk County. foundt, 

jBoltoR, firft Church, John Clarke, CornhiH. i6 

jSecnod, or Old North/ John Latbrop, D.D. xj 

[The Meciing Houie being deftroyed ia 1775, t1)e 
I Members of that Church hairc iiacc united with 
I the Church ia Middte-ftreet, foooded io 1721.] 
iFirft Baptift Charch, Samuel ScilTinan, D.D. i6 

; [old South, Marlborough-ftreet.Jofeph Eckiey.O.D. |6 
'|StoncChapel, E, School ftreet,Jsmes Freeman, 16 

jChureh in Brattle- ft reet, H«ter Thacher, D.D, ifi 

NewNorth Church, North-ftritet, jobo Eliot, 17 

[NewSouth, Summer-ftreet, John T. Kirkland, 17 

ChriftChorch, £. Saiem-flree?, Will. Walter, D.P. 17 
Church in Federal- ftreet, feremy Belknap^D.D. 17 

fChurch in HoUis-ftreet, Srm«el Weft, I7 

Trinity Church, E, Samuc) Parker, D.D. 17 

WeftCh'jrch, Lynde-ftieet, Simton Howard, D,D^ 17 
Second Baptift Church, Thomai Baldwin, 17 

UnirerfaUft Church, Benoel-ftreet, John Murray, 17: 
RomifhChu»ch,5chool.ftTeet,Fraoci6Matignon,D.D, 17: 
There is « M^rito*//// Society which meet together f 
public W9rfhip in a Room at the North part of thcTow 

The Qtbt* Mioifters in Suffolk County, are^ 
Cbelfea, Phiiiipi Payfon I Bingham, Henry Ware 
BulJ, I Daniel Sbutc, D.I 



Miniftera in the otbtr Towns throughout the Comnjo 
tveaith, ' The Towns art alphabetically arrange 

Minifters in the County of Norfolk. 



SfUingiam, 

NeahAIdea 
Sraintree, Ear* W«Id 
Brooklyn, fofeph jackfoo 
Cobajfet, JonahCrockerSbaiv 
Dorcbefter, Thad. M. Hawis 
fiover, Benjamin Carjl 



Dedbam^ Jafon Harco 

Jabes Chickering 
Thomai Thachtr 
Wm. Montague 
(healfo officiate! at Slu:nc\ 
Foxborough, ThomasKcndi 
FfMnkliat NathaA»ei£flQmoi 



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Minifters ifS NorfoJk County continued, 
i/tm, Nathanaei Robbios IRM^ury, Eliphatet Porter 
ed/fU, Thomae Prentifs I John Biadfoid 

EdwafdClark Bj Tbomai Cray 

tdway, Natbao 6uekman\S'^6Vjf^V(9;(,ZechariahHowird 



David Sanford 
'.edtai^t Stephen ? virf.it 
lincy, Antbonjr Wibird 
Jof.CleycsrIy, Mpif.Reader 



]edidiah Adami 
EdwaidRicbmond 
e, George Morey 
fVeymouiht Jacob Norton 



md'cipb f Jooithia ^lOT,^ I Stimeon WiUiams 

joe) Brig^s BJ//VtfW/i5w, David Avery 

aron, PhiHp Curtia | William Williama i 

Miaifos in E/fex County, 

teJlJuryp ILynnJitld, Jafepb Mottey 



Vacafjt P 

Mofet C^ace B 
dwtr^ William Sjcom«« 

Jonathan Preach 
vtrly Jjfeph McICean 

Daisiel Giiver 
xford, Elisur Hoijroke 

Peter Eaton 
aif^iy joasiban Aljea 
Ebscezsr Dufcb 
invert, iJenja Wadfworib 
Samufil Msid 
Thomas Green B 
7cepery Eli Forbes 
Daoiel Fulier 
Two P»tiflj«3 Vaeaoe 



Ma ncbefier, 

MarbUbeadf Eben. Hubbatd 
Ifaac Story 
William Hatrt 

Methuetif 

Middietoa^ SolomoB Adanio 

Newbury f 

True KJirball 



h Parifh Vacant 



Elijah PaiiOi 
NevfiuryFsrt, Tho.Carjr 
John AndtcwA 
Vacant P 

Saouei Spring 
Charles W. MiUon 
Edt^ard Bafs DD. E 



SaUt 



•mi!ton,MinA[,Cut'6tLL^Revf!ey, Ebenfztr Bradford 

" Vacant J 

J«bo Priree 
William Bent!ey 
JoH^ua Spau!dtr){r 
Tboma»B»rf}ard,DD. 
Dabicl Hupkins 
Ka(har>)ei i iil.et £ 
Friends 



merhill, John Shaw 
Phinea* Adami 
Giles Merrill 
4thParifh Vacant 
Hezekiah Smith 
wici^f Levi Ftiil)ie 

John Clraveltod 
Jofeph Darsa 
GiJbert T. Williams |5tf///^af^, 
Thomas C. fhacber / 1 he two Pari/hes Viemt 
Jflfeph Roby Woptfeld. A/"?hel Huntingfou 

Friends ' I 



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Mxtvifl^ra in Middiefex Cote^nty, 



'A&6H, Mofes Adams 

Ajbby, 

Bedford, Vacant 
Billerica, Heary Cumings 
BoxboTougb, Jofeph Wiilard 
€barietiownt Jedidiah Morfe 
Cbelmtford, He.zek. Packard 

joha Perkins B 
Car/ijle, P^ul Litchfield 
Cambridge, Abiei Holmes 

Thaddeua Fiike 

John Fofter 

Vacant E 

Vacant B 

Concur d, Ezra Ripfey 
Dracut, Solomon Aikia 
Ounftab'.ty 

Eaj^ Sudbury^ Jofiah Bridge 
Framingbam, David Kellogg 
'Sroton, Daaie! Chaplia 

Vacant B 

£r3////?0)», TJmothyDicfeinfon 
Jjotkinun, Nathaaaei Howe \ff^efi Sudbury ^ Jacob Biglov 



Medford, David Ofgood 
Nattck, Stephen JSadger 
Newton, Jonathan Homer 
VVilliam Greenoug 
Jofeph Grafton ] 
Pepper ell, John Bui lard 
Shirley, Phineas Whitney 
Stor.eham, John Cleaveiaod 
Readingy Caleb Prentice 
Eliab Stone 
Peter Sanborn 
Sherburne^ Ehjab BrcwnC 
St(nv, Jonathan Newell 
■7tfW>/'Jttry,Samf6nSpauidir 
and Titui Theod, Bartoi 
Tcwfifend, Samuel Dix 
Ty ftg/borougbiiuh.'Lzatem 
l^altbam, Jacob Cufhing 
Watertown^ Richard R.Elic 
W.Jifsrd, Caleb Blake 
tVefton, Samuel Kendall 
I Vacant 



Lexington. Jonas Clatke 
Lincoln, Charles Stearns 
Littleton, Edmund Fofter 
Marlborough, A fa Packard 
MMea, Eliakim Will's 



ff^ilmifigtott, 

Wiburn, Samuel Sergeant 
John Marrett 
Vacant ] 



Miniikrs in Plymouth County, 



Ahington^ Samuel NiJea 
Bridgwater, John Read 
Samuei Angier 
Zedekiah -Sanger 
John Porter 
Vaeaat 

George RoblnA^n 
Carvtr, John Howland 

John Tiipp 
Duxbury, John Allyo 
Halifax, Ephtaim Briggs 
Hanover, J( hn Meilen 



Mnrjkjield, William Shaw 
Atheitoo W»!e8 I 
Elijah Leonard | 
Vacant ' 

Middlebcro", Jofeph BarkeJ 
Caleb Turner 
David Gurn«y 
Ifaac Backus 
Eb?nezer Hinds 
Samuel NeUorj 
Pevibrohe, K-lbom Whirm^i 
Gad Hitchcock, D.D 



Kingfio»t Ztf bMd»h Willii^P/jw^^oji, Ezra Sampfon 



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I Minifters in Plymouth County continued, 
Vy*i9»/6,Chaod.Robbin«DD»5«V«ar?, Nehemiah Thaaai 



Ifory HoTcj 

Lsmael L; Barron 
Caivin Chsadock 



David Barnes 

Wm, W.Whe«!er E 

(Farebam,lio)tlc Bvcrett 



Minifters in Barnftable County, 
Isrnfia^le, }oha MtVen,lMnHarivicb, Vacant 

^Faimou h, Henry Lincoln 
BiFrovincetoVfti SiOi'MlPitkit 
'.Sandwieb, Jcnathaa Burr 
I »d Fa 'ifh Vacant 

J j Frisads 

Jonathan Bafcom \TrurOy Judc Damon 
:artvicb, John SiTipkins UVtljieet, Lsvi Whitman 
Nathan Underwood \Yarmoutb, Timcthy Aldeo 



Oakes Shaw 
Enoch Eidridge 
batham, Thomas Roby 

tennis, Nathan Stone 
'ali bafff 



Mioifters. in Briftol County. 



'ttleborougb. fohn Wiider 
Ebenezer Lazeil 
Vacant B 

Elifha Carpenter B 

erkley, Thomaa Andros 

•artmoutbf 

Daniel Hicka 
Fijends 

■igbttn^ John Smith 
Enoch Goffe 

aftor^ WiJiJam Reed 

reetowHt 

Philip Hathway 
Vacant 

famfie'.d^ Ro'ard G^pea 

'vw Bedford^ Sara. />/eft.DD 
«d ParJ'h Vacant 



Raynbam,Petti Fobci)LL*D« 
Vacant ~ 

Rebobotb, foba Ellis 

Robert Rogerfon 

Na.han Pierce 

John Hkks 

Jacob Hicks 

Aaron Whcelsr 

Vacant 

jcnathaa Chaffe 

Two Jiaptift Vacant 
Snmerfety 

Swanfey, RufTell Mafon P 
Charles Thompfon B 
Tnuntotij John Foftsr 

*d Parifh Vacant 

Vaca-»t 



Vacant 
Pitt Clark 



B| 



[mjip 



Ebeuexer Nslfon B 



ortt 



Minifters in ^irawoktl County 
ierburne, Bezaleel Shaw | Friecds | 



90 3 



Chilmark, Jonaihaa Smith 
EdgartovfTi^ Jofeph Thaxter 
Tifouryt AlareUh Mcife 



Minifters in Doke*s County* 



lifiurf. Vacant 
Gayb«adf Zacb. Honroit 
Vacant 



Sl 



Zaccheus Majaew, MlfTionary «t Martba'n Vineyard. 
Gideoo Hiwky) Mi(fionary to the Marfipee Indiaoi. 

Minillers i« Worcefter County. 



AfhburKham^ Joho Cu/hicg 
Vacant B 

-<4ri3i, Jftfcoh Eaflabrook 
Barre, Jcfiah Dana 
Berlin, Reuben Puffer 
/S< /fofl, Phifjtas Wright 
Smokjisid, Ephraim Ward 
Joseph Appieto0 
Nathan Fiflce.DD. 
Vacant B 

Boy^Jlon, Hezekiah Hooper 
Cbar/toftf 

David Rathbura B 
Douglat, liinc Slant. 

Vacant 
Dudley , Jofliya Johofon 
f;rci^ar|;-, John Payfon 
vGa^dr.er^ Jonathan OfgOcd 
\Gerry, Ebcotzcr Tucker 
■ G "a ft 00, 
iHardwicli,. Thcmtt Holt 

Vacaot B 

Harvard, Wtiiiam Emerfon 
Taiah Parker 6 
Hoiden, Jorepb Arerjr 
Hubbard fiofi, Nehem.Parkci 
Lancafter, T'mn.Harrlnn'ci; 
ani Nath. Tba?ei 
t.eue/erf. 

Nathan Daoa 
Fricftds 



Northborougb, Peter Whitoc] 
1^'ortbbridge, Joho Crane 

John Cooper I 
Oakham, Daoie) TomliofoD 
Ox/of ^,. Elias Dudley 

Vacaot t 

Petfr/hantt Solomon R^d 

John Setloa I 
Frinceton, 
Royaljhftt Jofrph Lee 

Moffs Kenny I 
Rudand, HeztklabGoodrie) 
Sbreiufiary. Jofeph Sumoe 
Bj, Vacant I 

j5e«^Wpro»|'^S2m''!e}Samnei 
\Spencer, Jofeph Poor 
Sterlings Reuben Holcoinb 
St-ur bridge J JcHiua Paice 

Vacaot 2 

Suttan, Ednnucd Mii(» 

Jbftph GofTe 

Vacaot 

William Batchdler 6 

Templet on, Eb»n« Sparhawk 

Vacatit B 

Upton, Elifh* Fifh 

Kimcot} Snow B 

IUxhridge, Samuel Judfon 
H'ard, Ifaac Bayiey 
Jf'effborougb, John 3obff5foff 



Leomt'Her, ^fintis Gaf<inef '^/eftem, Stephen Barte 
fare- burgh,. Z^hi'i' Adamsj^Vw'''/'''^. Afapb Rice 
Mtndon C«!eb A>x»nd«r fff'ircber.dcn 

zd Parish Vacant 
MI'ford. I Aaron Bancroft 



foleph Brown 

\WirceJter, Samue' Auftin '*l| 



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Miniilera in Hampfhire County* 
[The TeniBs lajriog oo the EaS Mt of C^nntiiUut RiverJ 



Orangef 

Palmer, Mofei Batdwia 

Pelbam, Oliver 

Matthias Cazier 



Amber jt^ David Farfooi 
Ichabod Draper 
Hekbertcn.^ Juftui Forward 
Hrimfield, Nehem. >Viniim9| .~. 

Granby^ Benjamin Chapman! ^£«f<?^ar/ 
Greertfuicbt Jofeph KlodgcC 1 Jofeph Smeilage B 

Joftua Crofbjr \SoutbHadley, Joei Hajea 
'South Brim field t 

Elijah Codciag B 

Sfrtng/ieU,Bfz»^tt:\ Hova:d| 

Jobo McKioftrjr J 



fJadlejff Samuel Hopkins 
HolUnd, Ezra Reeve 
Ln/erettf Heary Williams 

Vacant B 

LnngMeadoWf RichtS.Storrs 

Monfon, Jefle Ives 

Montague^ Judah Na/h 
^ortbfield, John Hubbard 
WewSalemf Joel Foftcr 

Vacant B 



Sunderland^ 

JVare, Reuben Mofs 

Ifartv/ck, Samuel Reed 

ffendel/. Jofeph Kilburn 

IVilbraham, 

Mofes Wsrren 
S«th Clark 



Minifters in Hampfhire County continued. I 

The Totunt laying on the ^*/ir C;At of ConneSiicut River] 
tfy^*/^, Nehemiah Porter 
Enos Smith B 

Ebeoe«er Smith 
Urnardfton. Amifa Cook 

Uvi Hodge B 
Vfiftd/ord, Jofeph Badger 

Vacant B 

tuckJandp 

Abner Bemas B 
'hur/emont, 

Vacant I 

i«//tfr, Aaron Bafcctn 

befter^e/d, Timothy All'ta 

Ebanczer Vioing B 

•Urain^ Samuel Taggait P 

Vacant B 

Edmund LittleBcId B 

omvay, John Emerfoa 

Vacant P 

Vacant B 

mitigtnuy James Briggs 
y^/i*Uf Jfba Taylor \ 



E. Hampton, Payfoa Willifton 

GilU 

Gofhen^ Samuel Whitman 

Cranvil/e, 

Vacant B 

Greefifield, Roger NewtOQ 
Hatfield, Jofeph Lyman 
Haivley, Jooathan jGrout 
Heath, jofeph Strong 
Leyde/t, 

}<\{eph Green ! 

Middlefield, Jonathan Nafli 
Vacant I 

Montgomery^ 

NortbamptoKtSole, WilKanu 
Norioicb, S??^hen Tracy 
Pioinjield, Mofts Hall^ck 

Vuant B 

Rotbe^ Prt/etved Smith 
Rufell, 

£beoei(«r Stow B 



Sbelburnef Jeffe Townfeod 

Dtvid Long B 
Southampton, Joeithao judd 
Southivick, Ifaae Ciioton 

Weftfeld, Noah Atwat«r 

Vecant B 



Minifters in Haropftiire County fonthneJ. 
[The Towns Uyiog on the P^efi fide ef ComnStitut Ri?et [ 



SyWaout Grifwoii I 
Jeffe Wighimaii ' ■ 

Whately^ Rufus ^^'eU^ 
Afa Todd 

W^Viamfiurgb, JcfrphStroi 



WeftUampton^ Enoch Kale |^or//>in£f#R joliabbpauldii 
Minifters irt Berkfhire County, 

Lcudon, 



Adamt, 

Alford^ 

£ecket, 

Betbkbem, 

Cb^jire, 

Peter Werden, 
Nathan Mafon 
John Leiand 

Sgremortf, EHphalet St£s!e 
Creat Sarrington^ 

Vacant B 

Jedutban Gr^y B 
Haxcick, 

Ciark R-ogers B 

Lanefiorcugb, Daniel -CoHins 
Lee, A Ivan Hyde 
Lenox, 
RiaurJ Wapingion^ 



tijtviJ^lhford^ 
■ Ihtu Marlboro*., JaeobCatl 
Pertidgefield, jobo Le<ao<i 
fittsjieid^ Thomas Allen 
Vaientir.e Ratfburn 
Fick.morJy Da»';d Perry 
'&\Sandiifeld, rlea^er S'.orrs 
I jo/hua .Viorfe 

I Samue! Baldwin 

Sheffield, Efhfdim judfon 
Sjockbridge Step.'U'«ft,Dl 
Samuel Whelpiey 
Txrin^lharh. Tofc f.h AvcJy 
ff^dj/jiington , W ,G , Ba 1 ! a rj t i 

John N'chuls 
ffefiStofhh'rrdge, Oii»erAy 
ff'iUtarijton, Scth Swift 
H^'indjor, 



Miniilers in York County* 

Coxball, 



Alfred^ 

Arundel, Silas Moody 

Berwick, John Thompfon 
Marthew Meristn 
Wijiiam Hoorer B 

B/Sye/if^/.NatbanaelWcbfter 

Broivnfeld, 

Buxton^P»M\ Coffin 

Simon Lock fi 



Fryehurgb, Will. F-ffcndC! 

Kittery, jooas HartweiJ 
Samuel Chacdier 
]f feph Littlefield 
Friends 

Lebansn, Kaac Hafey 

LiitUFalls, 
Lin-ington, T^e^<Jield, 



Vacant B ! f .dr/f.»i/g/^^Samuel Wcc^< 



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Minifters in York County continued. 
Pepperelf>oro\ John Fairfield^ ^«//iWof.Heinmenway,DD 



iandford, Mofes Swett 

' Turocr 

Vacant 
Hbapleigb, 

Nehemiah Davis 
Tozer Lord 
Sudi^ry Canada, 



Danie! Lottie 
Na;haaiel Lord 

Vacant B 

^Yftrk, Ifaac Lymaa 
Bl Saonuei Laaktca 



Minifters in Cumberland C$untjf% 



BakerftoHf 

^riigeton, Naiban Church 

Srunfufick, Ebsatzei Ccffirt 

Sutterfeld, 

Buckjield, 



New Gioceftert 

Vacant 
Gtisfeldt 
Pant, 

Vacant 



ZapeElixabetb, Eph. Clarke Pericekey 

Durbam, [Portland, ThomuSmkh and 



Fu'tnouthf Ebene«»tWi!!iarr. 
Thomas brown' 

Freeportf Alfred ]ohn(ot% 
Gorbam, David )cw«tt 

James MeCorfoo B 
Gray^ Samuel Perley 
Harfjivell Samaei Eaton 

Elifha Snow B 
Hebron, Vacant 

[rb Ciifhman E 

No.rarmoutb Tr-f^. Ci'tmn^l^ tndbam, 
zd Par.fli Vacant 



Samuel DeanD.D.! 
Elijah Kellogg f 
Vacant E 

i\h{pi^i Canada^ 

Raymond, 

'\.u;'.peld^ 
ock i-mec H, 

Scarboro* Thomaa Lancafter 
Btfnjarrin C^ ad wick 

'^tandipj, Jonatiap Gould 

■furner, John Snickland 



Minifters in Lincoln County, 

The /oil6w:ng /even Towns extend on botb ftdts of 
Kenneberk Hi-ver, 
Ceorgeroxvn, hzck. Emerfoo 
fittjton, 

J'feph Warren E 



^ai/oiveU, baa 3 PaiiOics 

['795- J 



Fairf,dd, 

Canaan^ [nnathan Calef 

Norridgewockt 



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Miailtcrs in Lincoln 


County continued.. 


Towns on the ^■^tOt jldt of\ Towns on the E»ft fida 


Keancbecx River, 


Kcoaebeck River, 


Bath, 


'foolwicb. 


'lopjham, Jonathan Ei!i« 


Pownal^oro', AJdcn Bradfoi 


Bowdoin, 


Vacant E 


James Potter B Drffden, 


Wi.IJam Stjnfon B Neiv Milford^ 


BoKvdoinbam, 


Boothbay, - 


Job Macomber B 


Edgecomb, 


Lewifton, 


Daniel Hubbard '. 


Greene, 


Netucaftle, 


Mofimou'hy 


Uriftol. Aiex'.njcr McLea 


Smubfield, 


Nobledorough, 


ii'intbrcp. 


''■f''aUobor-'ugb, 


Readfidd, Ifaac Caie B 


Vajj'.iihoTougb^ Frsendi 


^ id ley. 


Cujhmg^ 


Mount F'erncn^ 


Cambden, 


^terU.ig, Ei!(.Sia!st Smith B 'Thomafton, 


Cbefier & IVpnjns, 


l^'ar-en. 


Ne'iv !y baron, 


U'lcn, 


F a-mington. 


Meduzccke, 


7yH'^> 


Balljton, 


Sandy Ri-ver, 


Vacant 1 


^lar.iatian. No. T, f, %. 


f^ancock, Jnei'sPlantatio 


L.ounty of 


"Hancock. 


Town« on the %'tik fide c/ 


Towns on the ^z{\Jide c 


Peqobfcot Rivsr^ 


Penobfcot River. 


Pe'fart, 


Ver-obfcot, 


Vrofp^a, 


Bvckjhn, 


h'rarJfjrty 


Orrington, 


Hcr>u;en, 


tiedgZ^uk, Daniel Mefrill 


Bangor, Sch NiobI«, 


BluitiU. 


Duck Trap, 


Lfenton^ 




Sullivan, 




Goldjborough, 




Mount Jhjerr (Ifland) 


Vin alb avert, "^ 


^ibej'e 3 Townfh'c* a'-e 


Oeer. Ifie, Peter Powers | 


IJlands in the Say and 


Ijhbo'ousb^ ^' scant BJ 


Mouth 9/ the H i»er. 


Iq Wajh'.ngton v c>us;t>, M 


acbias is fbe only iocorpora»C 


TnvrT. (fee psgs 5;) the oth 


ers are FJantstions not incof 


>or3»ed, Janes Lyon Is Mir 


iftcf at Mechia;,. 



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'or the inforTanon oftbofe vsuho are vracquairfsdivitb tla 
etymclo^y r/" Greek ard Hsbrew ivords, the fo loivtng 
alphabetical expofdion of the meinrg and f/gnifcaticn. 
of tttfiny of the Thames of Ferfors and Hlace* menttor.cd in 
the New Teftsment are here inferted, 

^ARON, fignifies lofty, 

or. mountainous, 
A'oaddony the deilroyer, 
Abd^ Ggnifics vanity, oi 
eath, or vapour. 



Ahiab, The Lord is my 
rher. 

4b'iather. ercellent father, 
father of him thatfurvived 
Abraham, ibe father of a 
eat multitude, 
celdama, 7he field of blood 
Acha'a, Gfiefy Or trou- 
r, A caurt'/y. 
Achaicus, A native 
ibaia. 

Acbim, preparing^ con- 
'tKiKg, or revergir.g, 
Adam, The name of the 
ft man. Earthy man^ red, 
'the cohur of blood. 
Addi. My 'witnejs, adortt' 
pajl'ave, prey . 



Alexander, A gfeek wors!, 
fjgnifies. One that ^Jjips men, 
or turns aioay fvtl, 
A'exaod.-ia, a cut \nEgypt 

Alpha, the firft ietter of 
the Greek a!pb;ib*f, 

Aiphcu% A tboufand j 
learned or chief, 

AmoD, Faithfulj true, 
A Hies, Loadir,g^ liieigbty, 

Amphipolis, A city en- 
ccmpejjed by the fe"^ 
->mpiias, Large, e.<teytfive, 

Aoanias, Ibe cloud of the 
of Lord. 

Andrew, Stout zvi ftrong, 

Androricus, A man e:t- 
celling others. 

Acna, Gracious, merciful^ 
ox one that ginjes. 

Annas, One that ar/zverst 
that affti^s^ and humbles^ 
or gracious, merciful. 



Adramyttium, Hbe court\ Antschrift, An adverfary 
death, ,to Chrift. 

Aniioch, For^ ox inflea'i of 
d chariot. 

Antipas, for all, cr againfi 
Iph of Veoice. \aU, One of the irarvyrs. 

AgabsiP, A iocuJiyOt feaf\ Antipatris, /cr or againU 



Adri?, The name of a 
:t, which gives name to 
e Adriatic fea, now the 



t be father. 

Agar, A Branger, or that 
ars, 

Agrippa, The word is 
attn, and fignifie«, One who 

kit birth caujes great pain, 
bo is born loitb hit feet 
remoii. 



the father 

Apclles, a Greek nvord^ 
from the merb Apetio, / ex 
elude f I feparate\ or fiom 
appeliai, public dijcourje, 
Apollonia, deflruSiion 
Apoilos, one that dtfiroyt 
and lays loape, 



I 9<5 J 



jipollfon, one that exter- Balaam^ the old age,or aa- 
minates, or de(!roys. cient of the people^ or their 

/Sppbia, that produces, or d itru€lton. 
H fiu'tful, I Barabhas. the (on of COQ 

Ajuila, an Eagte. jfufioj and fhame. 

Arabia^ evening, or a place: Barachiat, who blefTes, & 
wild and defart. benHs the kiee befors God. 

Ararhy highnefs, magnifi-j 5<3r4*, thi3nder,orin varr,. 
ccoce, otherwife one that. Bflrwaiiai, fon of confolatior, 



deceives, or their curfe 

Archeiaui 
toe people 



B^'tbohmew^ a fon tha 
the prince of fufpends the waters. 

^artimeut, of the peifefl 



Arckippus^ the chief of the' and hooorabte. 



fiablcs, or mafter of horfe. 



fvlafs, a place where the 
maglArates of Athens he!d 
fupreme council. 

Aretat. one that is agtea- 
ble, viftu'^u*. 

Arimatbea, a lion dead to 

the Lord, or the iight of the 

dcith of the Lord 5 a city 

where Samuel ^■^th, 

Arifiarcbui^ a good prince. 

Anfio'oului^ a good ad v i fer. 

Arma^eddm, the irouo- 

Jain of tne gofpel, or moun- 

tjin of f'liits. 

Arphaxad, one that heah, 
or that releafes. 

Artemat, whole, found, 
A'a, phyficiao, or cure, 

AJhc, happinefs. 
Alia, moddy, bcggy, 
Afyvcritui, incomparable. 
Atta'.ia, cnereafcs, or fend?. 
Augufiui^ incrcafed, or ma- 
jeft c rojrai, 

Akit, he that afTifis. 
Axot t. pillage, tfccft. 
Babylon, copf\jftcn,m"Xturc 
Baiak, who lays wafte, or 
who hcks aad laps. 



Beelzebub, God of the fly. 



Areopagus^ the hiil of B«'V/3/.w;cked,of noaccourt 



Benjamin, fon of the rign 
hand. 

Eerea, heavy, weighty. 

Eetnice, one that brings 
viftory. 

2etbabara,hc.\xtt of pafTage 
or houfe of anger. 

BethaKy, houfe of fong, or 
of atfltftion. 

Bethefda, houfe of effa 
fion, or of pi'T) mercy. 

Betblebem, hcufe of bread, 
or houle of war, 

Hetbjcida, houfe of food, 
or of hunters, or fnaree. 

Bythinia, precipitation. 

Blafiut, one that fprouti. 
Boanerges, fons of thunder. 

Boazi, in ftrength. 

Caispbas^ ore that frtkt 
wirh diligence, or a reck. 
Cain, pofleffion,cr poHef;ed 

Cainan, purchafer, or the 
buiider ct a ucft. 

Calvary, place of a (kuH, 

Cana, acal cr jealcufy. 

C<aKJ/3ni merchant, trader. 

Candace, coattitioo, or! 
pur e- t^cifffirioB. \ 



Captrnaum^ fi«ld of repeo 
ifice, or city of cooifort, 
Cafiadocia, a fphere, a hand 
>r thofe cuaifeek& enquire. 

Carpus, fruu, or fruitful. 

Cedron, black, or fad. 

Cepba$, a rock, or ftone. 

Cefar, from caio^ I cut,; 
•»caufe he was cut out of 
lis motbec'a womb 

Cefarea^ a country 



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i?£ff2«/r2«i,belooging to«cro. 

Dtrbe, a rting. 
Diana, luminouSfOr pcrfeA 

Didymui, a twin. 

i?/9nj^y^»i,diviaeiy touched 

DiotrepbeSf nouri'ticd hj 
Jupiter, or fofter cbiid. 

Dorcas, femafe of a buck. 

Dru/ilia, witered by dew. 

Eafier, the paJTover. 

Egyptf bicds cr ftiaitens. 



Cbarran, a fia$:ing,or ca!- troubles or opprelTes, 



ling out, or heal of wratb. 
Cbioi^ opeo, or opening. 
Cbo/e, a green herb. 



E /easier f help of God 
Eli, Eli, myGod, niyGod 
E/iakim, refurrcftion of 



Ciorax;/n,fecret, ormyftery God, or God the rcTcnger. 
Cbrifi, the fon of God, orj Elias, God the Coid, or 
Sarior, he who fhall fave, Jthc ftrcng Lord 



Cbuxa, a feer, or prophet. 

Cilicia, roll8,or overturns. 

C/audjy a broken voice. 

Claudia, lame.' 

Clement, mild, good, modeft 

CUophat, whole glory. • 

Collofe, punlfhmenr. 

Corf»f/>, which isfat«fied, 
ornamsnt, or beauty. 

Cornelius, of a horn. 

Cr(r/««,gro wing, incresfe, 

Crete, carnal, flefhy. 

Crifput, curled. 

Cyprus, fair, or fairoefs* 

Cyrene, a waU,or coldnefs. 

Cyrenius WOO g'lverns. 

Da'manutba a bucket, or 
Uanrtef^, branch. 

D<f/>»/3r/tf,H«cc<tfu> lamps* 

Damaris, tittle woman. 

Damafcus, • fack full of 
blood or of burning. 

Daniel, jo jgment ofGod. 

David, well beloved,dear. 

Decapolii, ten cities. 

Demst, popular. 



Eliezer, help of Go9. 

Elijabetb, oath of God. 

Elijeus, falvatioo of God 

Eliud, God is my praife. 

Elmodantf God of mcafure 

Elymas, a magician* 

Emmanuelf God with oi. 

Emmaus, people defpifed, 

Emmor, an afs. 

£»fdi, laudable. 

Enoch, dedicated. 

Enon, cloud, or datknefsi 

Enos, mortal mao,orfick4 

EfapbraSf coveted with 
foam. 

Efiapbrcd'ust agreeable. 

£/>ffl<r«i,laudab;e, worthy 

Ephefus, defire. 

Epbpbatha, be opened. 
Ephraim, that brings fruit 

Epicutians, who give af- 
(i(lance« heathen philofopfa. 

Eft watch, or enemy. 

Eraflus, lovely, amiable 

Ejaias, the falvation of 
the Lord. 



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t P8 3 



I £r<7», he that does, or afts 
or f5oi/h£3. 

JS)^?, near m-. 

Efrom, dart of jojr. 

Ethiopia, blacknefs, 

Eubului, prudent. 

^-u?, Uvjng.oreoliveniog. 

Eunict, good vlftary. 

Euodiat, fweet fcent. 
Euphrates, makes fruitful, 
Ea/yfi/cai.happyjfortunate 

jFir//*, happy, profperous. 

FefiuSi feftifal, or joyful, 

Fortunatuj, lucky. 

Gaibathat high, elevated, 

Gabrte{,Goi my ftreagth. 

(?-'(/, a band, or happy. 

GadaretieSf furrounded. 

Gaiui, an earthly mao, 

Galatia, colour of milk, 

Calilee,v:het\, rcToliitioo, 

Gallio, he that fucks. 

Gamaliel, recoirpcnfe of 
God, or r/eansd of God, 

Gjzh^ ftrong, or a goat. 

'Cergefettnes,tho{t v/hacome 

from pilgrimage, or fight, 

Getbfemane, a fat vale. 

Gideojtfthn bruifc»,breaks 

G'^, roof, covering. 

GD/gotha,hi»p of ikulls, 

Gomorr.ib,Tt\>e\hous peop, 

.Hebe", ang;r, vyrath, 

Hezekiab, ftrengtb of the 
Lord., or fupported by him. 

Heli. afcsndingi climbing, 

HermeSf mercury, or gain, 

Herod f the glory of the 
ficin, OP fon of the hero. 

Verodjon, the conqueror 
of heroes. 

HierapoUiy holy city. 
fl3-»i.'«f«i,nuptia1s, marriage 

Jacfbt he that fupplanta. 



Jurai, who diflFufes ligh 
y3mbres,(ci with povert; 
Jimes^Xht fame as Jacoi 
Jinna, afiliftioa, mifcry 
JjiredtXnXti or command 
Jjjoiy he that cures, 
Jeaniah, preparation, c 

ft<dfafta«f8 of theLort 
Iconium, a city, I come. 
/rfawfa^red.earthy, bloodj 
yepbtba, he that opens. 
yeremiab, exaltation, € 

grandeur of the Lord. 
yeriehoj his maoo, month 
yerufa'em, the Vifion, 

pofTsirion uf peace, 
ye//e, to bs, or who Is. 
yemebeU woe to the babj. 
iatior),or iile of the duaghill 
lllyricum, ]oyt rejoicing. 
yoan»a,tht gra;e,the gift 
yeb, hethat weeps, crie» 
y}el,he that wiil8,fwear9 
yobn^ grace of the Lord, 
yonab, he that opprefTe,, 
yet)ofepbatf God judges, 
yofe, raifed, or exifts. 
yofeph, incteafe, addition. 
yojbta, theLord,or Savior. 
yofiaby fire of the Lord. 
yotbam, oerfeftion. 
yoppa, beauty, comUcets, 
yoraffij to caft, elevated, 
y-ordan, river of judgmeot 
yorim, who exalts theLord. 
IfaaCf laughter, 
Jfcariot, a nf>.ao^f morder, 
Jfrael, one that prevails, 

or wreftles with God. 
JJfachar, price, or rewa'd. 
yudab,s:-f*\^< of the Lord, 
yudas, the i»me, 
Juliay downy, 
yupiter, father that he!p«, 



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"■abf biii, fr yzifi, icy. 
imecbj poor, made lo-9. 
loiicea, j Jil oe v->le. 
izij'ut, a fjflaTce of God. 
ibeui, i nun af heart. 
VI. tfi«i and aTociated. 
vttes, they *ere eoaplfiyV 
in the iosi^eft tjirnfleria 
O'iices m cha t?mpls. 
l>ia, heart of ch» fM. 
'is. bitter. 

/4^, '•be fam^. 
fcaorria, i 'he w)'f. 
'<;//,» a rel'gi-ius vwoTjan, 
/fsJfi'ut, thardc^'oys. 



Myfsi, takja ouc of water. 
Ptfjra, poi} out, weep, 
Mfftus, criminal, abjmiaable 
A?'j[jiwij«, beautiful, agreeable, 
ya'ijjit, that foretells. 
Nar'^e. brighfnefs. 
iV^y,i, bciuty, pleafantnefa* 
.Vdf^fia.VjComparifoa.liJceijr. 
Narcijfui, aft.iniiTiineQt,far 

Ofife, ar (Validity. 
Naiboin, gives, origgivea, 
Nacban(ie!f the gift of God* 
Nab'Mfi, comfjrtsf, o' guide,' 
Na^arene, kept, or flower. 
^efeus, lamp, brightncfs, 
Nic^nor^ a conqueror, 
Nicodemus innocent bliod. 
Wfo/3/f-t»s,vii£lor7 of psipic 

''licopolh, cifv of vi^rjr. 



"f'?' 



biaclc. 



/J'-*, that difperfes. 

^a(;^;iorr■l,-!?vaf5c^,erni^f^t Nine-jeh^^ haidfome, 
^agdala, tower, jjrjatnefs. \l^oah, r»pofe, or re^, 
f^^cg, roif, covsra. 
f-j.Vai, king or kingdom. 
fammon, riches. 
tanatn, a cotnForter. 
ilanaij'e.'b, forgetfiilnefs, 
^ariut, p>Iite, fiiini«jg. 
f^rk, the fame.' 
fartba,vfho becomes bltier 
^^''•;, •"'•'^•^ j^ithf' 
f'itra:bias.g\h of the L<ytiAPa thians, hoifemeo. 
iattbezo^ given, iPatara trod underfoot, 

f'.'-ri)/. my kirig,my couociij'^dr.wof, m)rtal, an iflaad, 
ie'cbizedecki king of justice Patmbstf paternal. 
daitJ, a.tording honey. iPaul worker.or a deftroy«r» 
1srcurius,i falfs God, jper^a, very eaffhy. 
iefipstamia, t«o ivers, j P<r^fl»f3j, beigSth,ele?a''ed. 
ietbujelab, b« has feat his! '^s-/^.', that cuo or divider, 
dean, Of fioii of his deaib,lp(f/er, a rock or ftooe. 

'IJifb, aooin'ed. j Peleg, divifion, 

'ficbaelf.wh'y'n like Cod, iPbanuel, face, vifion o*"God. 



•Vy'w .6*1, fjoufe,br;degroom 
Ohed. a fervant. 
O'ya at, heavenly. 
0>ne^a,'.i(i Setter of alphabet' 
On€:l>ftus, o'jfitable, nfeful, 
Onelpborutf briags profit, 
OiiiJs, ftfcigth from God, 
Paphn boil^or is very hot* 
\Parmena%, that abr-des. 



iilitui, red| or fcarler. 
tiULfon^^ a diligeat Ctiktu 



f Pharaoh, d;f()erfes fpoiU 



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Thehe, {fining, pure. 
pbinice^ red or pufple, 
PhiIaJe/pbij,btot^ir\y !ov«. 
Pbiierm/t, a.feitiooatc 

■Phi'etus, amiable, beloved. 

\Fbilip, warlike. 

\Pbilobgui, z Io?e' of letters 

\Fble^on^ z»ahus, b'jrning. 

\l'h yjs^ diy, barren, 

\FhygeUus^ fugitive, 

\pilj(e, armed with a dart, 

\l:'(/:iijj, pitch, or piJcby. 

|Po«»ij, belonging to the fca 

'Pnfcj, snctent. 

\Pudens, ihamcfaced, 

i^luartuty tbc fourth. 

fiacbel, flieep. 

• Kagau, friend, neighbour. 

^Rababf large, extended. 

Ramab, elevated, fubiime. 

Rebekab, fat, fattened. 

Hehokoam, feti at liberty. 

Kempban, an idar* lame. 

Reubeny who fees the k^n, 

Begium, rapture, or fracture, 
^Rbefa, will, or couxfc. 

Rbodd, a rofe. 

Roman, ftrong, powerful, 

Romef ftrength, power, 

Ru/us, red. 

Rutb, druok, fatisfied. 

Sadduceet, cut, or fchifmi, 

SadoCf juft, or juftified. 
Salamii, Oiaken, tod.bsatea. 
Salatbiel, have afked ofGod. 



a goJdftnith's ftoa 
hi3 pfain, his foDf^.j 



Sa/em, perfe£l, or peace, 
Salmon, peaceable, perfefl. 
Samaria, his prifoQ, guatd. 
SamOi- full of gravel. 
Samfcn, his fervics, miaiftrj, 
Samuel^ heard of God. 
Saf>pbira, relates, or tells, 
Sarab, ladj, or princef*. 
SardiSf priace of joy. 



Sarepti 

Sb:iroi 

Sarucbf bra.nch, layer, 

Satan, advsrfary, eaemy} a 
accafer, contrary. 

Saul, demanded, ieat, ditcl 
fe?u!chre, death, or heil 

Sceva, difpofed, prepared. 

Schytbian, leather d re ffcr, 

Seiucia, fliaken, beateo, 
that rune like a tivsr. 

Sernei, hearing, or obeying, 

Seth, puts, or who puts. 

Sbem, oame, rcoowa. 

Sidon, hunfing, fifhing, 

SHat^ three, or the third, 

Siloam, fent, dart, branch. 

Si.'vanus who loves woods. 

Simeon, that hears, obeys, 
Smyrna, mjrrh, 
Sodom, their fccret, cemsat 
Solomon, peaceable, pcrfe£i. 
Sopater^ defends the father, 
SoJiber.es, favioar, ftrong. 
Spain, rare, or precious. 
Stacbys, fpike, 
Stepbanas, crowo, crowned, 
Stepben, th? fame. 
Sufanna, lilJy, rofe, joy, - 
Sycbemy part,portion»or badi 
Syntycoe, fpeaks, difcourfeij 
Syracufe, draws fiolently, I 
Syr/3, fubiime, 
Svropbenicianf red or purplft 
Tabitba, clear fightcd. 



Talitba-cumiy young womU 

arife. 
Tarfusj winged, feathered. 
Tertius, the third. 
TertulluSf a liar, an itnpof^or 
Tetracb^ a governor jp ^la 
Tbaddeust that praifYs. ^ 
Tamar^ palnA, or palm tree 
Tbeopbilus,f'>tai of God, 



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feudal , a faife teacbar. 

<omaSf a twin, 

'yatira^ perfume. 

berias, good vifion, Davd 

meus^ adimrab^e. 

%-«, honufabe, wo'thy. 

motbeusf valued of God, 

tusy ho .0 abie. 

oaSy penetrated. 

opb tnuty we!* educated. 

■ypbena^ deiiciou', delicate. 

ypbofay thrice Hliriing. 

cbycuiy cafual, by cbaoce. 

rannuty a prioce. 



Tyrf, ftrengtb, roek, Ihaip* 

Uriaby the light of the Lord. 

Z flcf -???«;, jjft, or joftfied. 

Zecbar.aSf memory of the 
Lord. 

Zara^ eaft, brightner*. 

Zehedee^ abundant portion, 

Zf^a/uff,dweUing,habitatioa 

Zelotesy ^uil of zeal. 

2 ^ar^ living. 

Z!Of», rooniiment fet up. 

Zerubbubtl, barifhed,. or a 
ftranger at P-abyloo, or 
dif-erfion of cootulion. 



The Old and New Teftament dxJJ'eaed. 
'oks '\<^. Oldlefidmenty 39. Hooks m Newleffdmenty %7 
lavcers, - gzpjChapters, - - %€o 

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rexs, 



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fie middle Chapter^ and Uaftin t*^c Bib;e,> i« Pfalm, TI7 
tie m ddJc erfe is the 8th of the i-t2th Pfalm. 
ne y.ird and occurs in the old Teft-ament 35,^43 times. 
he fame ia the new? Tcftamaot occurs 10,084 times, 
he middle Book of the old l^ftameat is Froverbe. 
be midd!e Chapter ib Job 29th, 
he middle Verie is xd Chronicles, aoth Chapter between 

the 17th and i8th Veifes. 
he leaft Veife'is ift ofOh/onicIcs, iftChap. & ift Verfe. 
he m ddle Book in the newTeftamen' i^Thcffaiooians ad. 
k-. middle Chapter is between the 13th & »4 h Rn^-ans. 
he middle Vcrfe is in the 17th Chap. Ait», i7fh Vei fe. 
he leaft Verfe is io the isth Chaj. of lohr, 35th Vcife. 
he xift Verfe of the 7ih Chap'er of Ezra, has ia it all 

the Letters of the Alphabet, 
rbe 19th Chapter ot the 2d Book of Kings, and the 37ih 

of Ifaiah, a.-e both alike. 



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Brigade Staff Officers. 

tbeopbilus Cujhingy BrigadierGeoeral, ift Briga 
' M, Thayert brigade major. 
rner ]on. brieadc quarter mafter. 
Pond, Brif;tdier G^aeral, 2d Brigade, 
Mann, bigade major. 
yames F<iirbanki^ brigade quarter mafter. 
Stephen Abbot ^ Brigadier General, sft Brigade 
J bn Saundtrs, brigade rtiajor, 
« ^ ^ Ralpb Crofs, Br-gadier Geoeral» £d brigade. 
l/avid Coffin^ brigade major, 
r kytlliam Hull, Brigadier General, ift brigade. 
JS \ 'Tim:^by yackfon, brigade major. 
? 3 Thomas Curtis, bvigad* quartet mafter, 
^ 't^ Henry IVhodt, Brigad e' Ge-eral, ad Brigade. 
Samfon Woods, brigaae major. 
Aaron Brown, brigade quarter mafter. 

Eheneaer M^tioon, B'igad.erGcneralj ift Brig 

John Smithy br gade wajar. 

/ibrabam Ripley, brigade quarte- mailer. 
Se b Mu-ray, Brigadier General, ad Brigade 

Setb Catlin, bfgade m.*jor. 

Berjayiin fappan, bngid; quarter mafter. 

IJrael Fearing^ Brigadier General, ift Bngide 




Noah M. LittU/:eld,HT\gid\erGtatt»\. ift Biig 
Willi 'tn Je'^erdSf brigade m^jor. 
Alexander Merxcy^ bngadt quarter mafter, 
O 1 ^ John K'lhy ^mrtb. Brigadier Ceoeral, ad Brig 
^ ^ I fijathame! C. 4' -en, b" gade major. 

Tb.mis B. f'f'atty brigade quarter mafter. 

John Cut'er, Brysd e? Genera', ift Btigade. 

William ftjke b'igade major. 

Wi! iam We.'d, brigade quaiter mafter, 
5^") Jo^*^ Wbitin^. B^ijijdier Ge leral, ad Brigadt 
jd / Merrick Rice, brigade maior. 

Tb-'tnas L, Whitney^ brigade quarter matli 



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Brigade Staff O^ccn, Uz, continued^ 

' ^' 

: y Bvigadler General, ift Brlgi^e. 

^iJexanderCampbfU, BrigadierGcceral, id Brigade, 

' James Avery, Brigade msjor, 

ye^emiab Hickock, Brigadier Generil, ift Brigaile. 

David Manning, brigade major. 

yames Orton^ brigade quarter maftcr.- 
TempfonJ. Skinner^ Brigadier General, ftd Brigftde. 

Wiiliam Toivner, brigade major. 

Jofepb Goodivin, brigade g ua^ter mafter. 



tieJd Officers in the fever al Counties 
ft :)w>».SUFrOLK,^f 

Firfi Brigade- 
I ft Regiment in Divjft9»f 
and tft in the Brigade, 
William Scollay, Coionel 
lieut. col. 



major 
jd kt divifion^ ad in brigade, i 
rho. Vinfon, lieut. col. com 
ame. Stoddcr, j ^^.^^^ 



%i Divi/isn. ESSEX 

Fiji Brigade, 

J ft in divi/isrtf ift in brigade, 

Jobrt Page, Ucut. col.* crm. 

John Hathoroe, 



majors 



th JK divifton, 3d in brigade, 
acob Giil, colonel 

hn Holbrook, lieut. Co!. 
chibod Hoibrook, major 
th in di<vt/ion,^th in brigade 
Not organ i«ed. 
Second Brigade. 
d in divifion^ ift in brigade. 
on.Kiof,ft>uty,lieut.col.ccm 
ohn Lovell, I ^.. „ 

|lof«M,no. r*^*^" 
th in diviJioHtii in brigade. 
latban Crzoe. coiooel 
ofeph Rich«r(!s, lieut. col. 
Lobert Swan, maior 
*" tb in divifioPf 3d in brigade, 
ohn El)i)(, lieut. col. com. 
^ iliakim Ad a mi, 
iHi. Hartfliorn, 



majort 



5th in diviJionM in brigade, 
|oftiua Orre» jun. colonel 
Marfton Watfoo, lieut. cal. 
major 

6t1i m div'Jion^ii in brigade, 
OanielColtins, litut.coi.com 
Eliphalet DaTia, 
J?ho G. Rogeri, 

7 th in divi/tont^ih in brigade 
John Fraocii, lieut. col.com 
Heorjr Storer, | 

?th IB divifton, 5th in brigade 
AboeiCheever, lieut. col.conj 
joihua Btjrnham, j _,. „ 
John Burrill, | "^i°" 

gih in divifion^fnh in brigade, 
Gideon Fofter, colooel 
Benjamin Peabody, lieut. coL 
Jethro Putnam, major | 



majors 



majors 



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t^Ultia Matters csnt'tnued. 



major* 



majaw 



Second Brigade. 
li in divifun, lit '« brigade. 
Jof. VVbicicmoit.lieu.coi.ccm 
Samuel Noycs, I .^^^ 
Mofes Bnckcr, | ' 
3d in di'vi/ion, id i» brigade. 
Nathaniel Wide, coioacl 
James Hod^kJn*, litut, col. 
John Baker, major 
4rh in divl/ioH, jd in hrigixde, 
us h.Loi'ejori lieut.col.ccm. 
ii»i'nusJ Johcfoft, 
Thomas Sivcty, 
loth in divifit>n,&f\\iin brigade 
jooa. Efans, IJeat, cal. com. 
Jonathan Sm.tb) | 

I nh indivifton, 5tb in brigade 
Jarnee Bricker, colonel 
William |ohofoQ, litut, col. 
jBenjamin Town, nia^or 

3d Divijicn. MIDDLESEX. 
Virji Brigade. 
:2S indivifan, |ft inhrigade, 
JAmo* Bond, coJonel 
'Mcf« Coolidg*", Heot. co!. 
I John Palmer, major 
i xd in diviftoH^ l&in brigade, 
[john Walker, lietjt. coLcom. 
,X>aniel F nt, I 

'Amos B*,d«naa °^"3"" 

I . . . . . 

j gd in diviftOK, jd in brigade. 

Roger Brown^ colonel 
ijonas Kiald, lieut. edf. 
[jamsi Colbomei tn^jor 
|j5th in div'Jion, 4ih in brigade 
I Simeon Cutler, colonel 

Nathan Perry, lieut. col. 



Second Brigade. 
4th:V« di'vi/;on, .ft'" brigat 
Benjem'in Saw jr, co'.ooel 
Ephraim Ruflell, lieut. co 
Thomai Hapgood, vm'pt 
6{h in diviJif«,tAi«l>"i:^' 
Benjamin Ofgood, colonel 
Abel .Boy n J on, »ieur. cot. 
Jonathan Bancroft, major 
ytb in divifion, 3d in briga. 
Tofeph B. Varntm, colon. 
timothy Joaes, lieot. co' 
William Hiidrech, mijor 



^afoD Cbamberlair, major 



4tbrw)l3«.HAMPSHIR 
f'irji Brigade. 
ift regimen', in di-vifioHt a 
ift in the brigade. 
Thomai Dwight, colonel 
Abel Chapin, fictit. col. 
Reuben Sikes, major 
3d /» di-vijion id in briga~ 
James Taylor, colonel 
Pe!atiahBI'fs, Heut. col. 
Zschariab Buih, w»jor 
^'hindivi/ion,-iiinbriga 
Henry Dv»gbt, colonel 
Zabina Montague. licut. e 
EllOia Kent, major 
%<.hittdi^ijicn,l^thinbrig> 
Jacob Bates, leut. col. coj 
Dafid Wack, 
Elijah Blackman 
othin diviftontSihin brigi 
David Morgan.lieut.rol.co 
Abner Brcwo, I , 
Alex. Seffior., I ""^^ 

Second brigade, 
tiin di'vi/n, ift in briga 
William Lyman, colonel 
Lemuel Dickftiao, lieut. « 
JErtftus Lyman, raajor 



majo 



B {"n divifnn id in brigaTe, 

somas W.Diccinfon> lieut. 

(co!. com. 



r 107 T 

Militil Mattsrs contuiutd. 



niajor* 



sajjm'a Nafh 

aa. McG«e, 

a ;"« divifioriy 3d f8 brivad^, 

,C)ldft)urj, Ijeur.col.com, 

ekiel Keilogg } ^ . 

h Kiglment in Divifijn, 
and 4th /R'/i>ff brigade^ 
ho BradinijCalooel 
nafj Clap, lisut, co). 
ke Eanney, majjr 
lisdivifiott, 5th x's brigade 
ill. Lopgley, lieuttCol.com.; 
liiiamKueeridge 



maj<M8 



5^/& Divifi-n. 

.ymouth, bristol, 

sarnstable, dukes 

:0UNT7, AND MAN- 

f-JCKET. 

/'■^ brigade, Plymouth. 

iff regimsr,t, I ft brigdde; 

bn Torrcy, lieut. col. com. 

ihejrii.h Cobb, I . 

ha Thomas, | "'"^^^ 

ad re^imentf ift brigade, 

th Bjt€<, foicnc! 

:org? Turner, !i^ :% co!. 

lailes Turner, major 

3d *^eg'menti ift brigade, 

ikcBickncil, coionci 

Ivacuj Lsz^H, '-eut. col. 

iniel Carey, m^j:;r 

4th regiment, i'^- brigade. 

iw.Sparrcws, licut.coi.ccm, 

larlesSturtevcn, 

bjel Wa/hburn, 



Stand Brigade, BrifipJ, 
I ?i regiment^ i.i br ig ade. 
Fr«d. Dr'>«ne, Usur.col.com 
Samuel Carpenter, 
Fuilip Sow-e?s, 

zi regiffjent, id brigade^ 
Ge )rge Claghoine, coioael 
Robert Earl, licut. col. 
S)!vtftir Erowne'.l, maju 
^d regiment, 3d bngcde. 
Ni..ah HaU, colooffl 
Gideon Williams, Heut 
Job VVinflow, Trjsjar 

4tb regin:ir=t, ad b^igsdi^, 
EbeQ^z^Tylsr, heut.coi. coin. 
B;n)jmiE BsJes, 
J olio WiUUmj, 

Third Brigd'ic, Barcfiab!*, 
Dukes CowiH* £^ Naatuckct, 

t!^ reoimert't %i brigade 
Abra. WilTuDi^ J licut, cul .cr-m 
I-b=nc?.er Loihrop, j ^^.^^^^ 

2d regiment, 3d h'igade. 
Joirph LJoane, colonel 
j Elijah Krjowles, lieut. rnl, 
Natbapiel Freeman, major 



col, 



maj »»i 



roaiors 



€;h Divificn. 
YORK e^ CUMBERLAND 
I ft Erigadc^York. 
ift regiment, ift brigade. 
jofaias Pretble, coloceJ 
lieut. tol. 
major 

?d regi-fttsnt, J ft brigade, 

Andrew P. Fa^nald, Jieuj' 

(to), com. 

major* 



Miiuia iVlattsrs coniinueJ 



6tb Divijibn continued. 

3d regiment ^ ift brigade. 
flumabry Pike, colonel 
jufeph Morrill, li«9r. col. 
iamuel Jordan, major 

\x.h reviment^ ih bigade. 

(ahc Kenny, lieut. col. com, 

IcDJamm Warrerj, | ^^.^^^ 



5th regiment, ift in brigade- 
Jonathan Kinfnfian, colonel 
John Webber, lieut. col. 
rhomas Gilpatrick, major 

%i Brigade, Cumberland, 
/ft regiment f ad brigade. 
William Cobb, colooel 
fames Luot, lisut, col, 
James Webb, maj^r 

lirer'meftt, id brigade. 
Wjlilam Sta.T«ood, colonel 
Oz'as 8 anchard, hfot. cal. 
Paul RiodaM, major 

jd regiment, ad brigade. 
Nath. Fioft, iieuf. coJ. com 

joGab L.bbjr, | 

4 th regiment, sd brigade, 
I'aac Parfooj, colonel 
Edward Anderfin, lieut. coJ. 
Jacob Han<eli, major 

7th Di-vifion, WORCESTER 
ift regiment ^n Di-vi/ton^ 

ord I ft in tb: brigade. 
i^hineai jonet, heut.coi.com 
William White, 
Jonah Goulding 

3d regiment in Div-Jian, 

and »d in the brigade, 
Samuel Jones, lieut. col.ccm. 
Daniel i'afts, \ 

jefli Morfe, ^'J^" 



majors 



majors 



4th regiment in tioifton» 
and 3d in the brigade, 
jofeph Jones, tieuc.col. cos 
James Kaige, 
Ifaac Hunter, 

5th regiment in Divi/iow, 
and 4th ,n the brigadt, 

John Spurr, lieut. col. com 

Lemuel Cor bin, | 

Stephen Harding, I ""'J**" 
9th regiment in Divi/ion, 
and S'.h in the brigade^ 

Iam««rieccber, lieut. col. con 

SiUar.uJ Larned, j ^ •„. 

Robert Goddard, | '"'^'' 

Second Brigade, 
ti regiment in Divi/ion, 
and id in the brigcide. 
iietit^ co'' con 
loh&Watfon, 1 

* I majori 

6 th regiment in Divifion. 

and td in the brigade, 
'ona.Wheelet, lieu i.coi. con 
bat id W.Leland, 
Calvin Newton, 1 ^''^''^' 

7th regiment in Divifion, 
end 3d in the biigade. 
John Read, lieut, col. com. 
jofeph Brown, j ^^. 

MofesGreenwood, I •' 
8th regiment in Divifton, 
and 4th in the brigade. 
Thad. Bond, lieut. col- "" 
Jofeph je^ett. { ^^' 
John Goodrich, I 

Oth regiment in D't'vifion, 

and 5th in the brigade. 

SilasHazeltine, lieut. col. con 

Paul Boynton, , | ^^-^j 

John Norton, I J_ 



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Militia Matcers continued. 

7th regiment in Dtvifton, 
and %i in the brigade. 
Gsorge St'llman, color.el 
Je-emiah Obricn, lieut. co 
jofeph Walli , m^jftf 
9' h regiment ii Divifion^ 
and 4Ch >« ths brigade, 
Jarncj Pattin, coSunel 
CorncliusThomofon, lieut. col 
.Vielatiah Jardan, maj^.r 
9tb Divifion, BERKSHIRE. 
fi-/2 Brigade 
ift regiment in Bivijion, 
and 1 \\ in the brigade. 
Th mas \itt. coJontl 
I'ofeph G.o<3ridgej 'ieut. col. 
Thomas Ir.gerfol, m^jor 
^Xhregimen' in Divijion^ 
and 2d in the brigade, 
SiU.« Pfipocn, coloosl 
Jared B»-a<J!ey, lieut, eol. ' 
3iiiy \ieiTergei', major 
5th regimir.t in Divijion, 
ard 3d /K ^^tf bri/ade. 
Sol imon B-iibbior, coloosl 
E;ia? Lcf, licut. co!i 
Ora.';e M;t!s, major 



8th Dtvifton 

</ WASHiN'GTO?J. 

;^ Brigade. Lincoln. 
regiment in Dtvifton, 
J lAin thi Brigade, 
Lamo.jt, colojiel 
Reed, Itcut. col. 
Wood, raijor 
regiment in Divijion^ 
i xd /;: the brigade, 
■r Page, colonel 
I Pagir, licur. col, 
f Sariuh, major 
regiment in Di-vi/i:n, 
</ 3d />. the brigade. 
rd Enfisrfor., colonel 
Dodijie, lieut. col. 
»m Mcl;itirc, major 
regiment in Divijion, 
'. \ih in the brigade. 
. Burton, lieut.coi.ccm. 
'ellLibby, I ^,.^^, 



regiment in Divi/ton, 
i ^\h in the brigade.' 
el Paxtef, colonel 
Mocre, heut. col. 
ir Lithgovv, major 
Seeind Erijade, 
:i>ck and Wafhi^fton, 
regiment in Dtvifton. 
l^ in the brigade. 
n P*rkcr, colonsl 
sm Wcbbf, lieut. col. 
e VVhUf, major 
regiment in Diiitff>ny 
' id in the brigade. 
Brewer, colonel 
min Shu:c, 'teut. col. 
t Treat, major 



Sicord Brigade. . 
ad regiment in Divif.on, 
and I ft in the brigade. 
■^a'Tuel Sloan, colonel 
)ohn Powe!!, lieut. co'. 
WiUiam Vounp, m.'jot 
id regiment in Divi.'iin, 
and zd in the brigade. 
Oliver Root, -olontfl 
Comfcrt Wood, lieut. col. 
lElLJah Northup, rr'ior 
6lh regimnt in Divifon, 
and 3d in the brigade. 
Jrnachaa Remioeton, colonel 
A iron Bingham, lieut. col. 
Amafa RockweSl, majo? _ 



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Mi'itii Matters continusd. 

Commandir.g OTicers of the Corpi of A.'tlllery. 

F Tt^ Dii^ifion, I Fifth Divijion. 

F:rft Brhade, i Battalion, •/'/^^/'f ^^ I *^'"'" 

"■ ^ ^ . ILulce Nafii, maj-^r. 

T n s.- r .■'^'•lEieaz-r Holmes capt. 



Samuel 8.a<jlef, cspt, 

• ii'rcjni brigade, l company, 

Aontir .Vljife, ci»^f. 

Second Dlvifxn. 
Firft bfigcJe, I battalion, 
Zidr-tk Buffi-»gion, majp/. 
jcb-i S;impf::n, capt. 
Am 15 Hoi-ey, capt, 
Ff?*5ericlc Gdnian, capt. 

Second bii^ade l battalia ft. 

WtUismCrGfs.apf. 
WiJliam Lutvey, capt. 

Fijft brigade i battaiion', 
Williarrj CJdej, vr\»yn, 
Ebencscr Iwnt, ca?r.. 
SsmueJ Haiiitigs, ca^t,. 
^aoicl Sraiih, capt. 

Second brigade i kattalion. 
Aijioi Firnfwortb, major, 
Joha P. Poiiard, capt. 
rhomas Gardoer, cspt.- 

Fourth Dififon, 
1 battalion of 4 c^mparAet, 
vViliiam Stephens, lisut col, 
Amafa Spiith, msjor. 
F ecborn May hew, capty 
Ezra Ciap, czpt. 
£1 bu Lymaa, capt, 
Jana'-fcai Towo, capt. 



capt. 
Second brigade, 1 battt 

XTii 

Daniel FCpap. C3p*.. 

SI nth Divifion, 
Firft brigade^ l battah 
m 
Rilhwortb Jordan, cap 
John Swftj, caM. 

i Second brigade i com^ 
Umael Weeks, capt. 
Seventh Divfton. 
Fitft brigt^dsf I batia 
WjUjam Treid-vcli, ra. 
joreith Taircjf, capia=o 
captain 

Second hrigade^ 1 ^^;/, 

msjor 
S«th Cald'.veji, capttl.i 
M^caf hor Chace, capt; 

Eighth DivifiOn. 

Filfi brigadi, 1 f:;7:/l>a 

Seth T>nkhaa:j, caplaia 

Second brigade^ I csm^ 
R:;cha?d HuraniwcD, ca. 

Ninth Divifon, 
Firft brigade, 1 ccvtpi 
SiJas Whituey, capts n 

Sccofid brigade^ 1 iatti 
(.»an CadweM, major 
i)av;d PowcH, captain 
Ijarcd Ig geifali, cajtain 



LjlllJ 

nanding Oi^czt^ of the Corps ofQzY2\ry, 



¥\:A Divifion. 
\ hngade^ \ 7rOO^, 

too TLayer, captain to 
(6tb Reg-ment 
I brigade, I Squadron 

major 
Tffdalp, captain 
I Btriiow, captain 
Craae, ca|>tata to 
(4(.h Reginaeot 



Second Divifion, 

1 brigade^ I Squadron, 

major 
Wbipp!?, captain 
Duncan, captain 



Third Divifion. 

'gade^ T Squadron, 
Fuller, mj'jcr 
Brcwn, captain 

captain 

jd brigade^ 3 Troops, 
e1 Parker, captaio 
Jm Whitney^ captain 
(to 4th R^gimeht 
:by Adamj, captain tc 
(7th Regiraeot 



brigade, 4th Divifton, 
att alien of 4. troofX. 
i Porter, j-eut. col, 
I Atwater, major 
Sargeaot, capta n 
•at Furbank,capraia 
tb Smith, captain 
Hyde, Captain 



Secocd brigade, ^.tb Divijiom, 

7 bat ta fie ft of 5 Iro^pi. 
William Kfoorr, lifut. co). 
WjHism /iJli?, major 
EiJmund LszeJ!, captain 
John Bf.nneCf, captain 
Reuben Smitb, taptaia 
Elie- Gilbert, caprain 
Phineas Frarey, captain 

Fifth Divijicn, 
Fir ft brigade^ 1 Squadron. 
Ifa?c Lazsil, major 
Hufliia Thomsj, captain 
Naihan Mifchsl, captain 
Second brigade, i Squadron 
Philip Walker, m»jor 
Dav d Taibor, captain 
Tifdaie HodfC", captain 
Uriah Buwen, captain 

Sixth Divificn. 

Firft brigade, 1 Trcop, 

De;^eoderce Sbapleigh, eapt. 

tecord brigade, 1 Troop, 

Simeon Faroum, captain 

Se-'enth Divifton. 
Firft brigade, i battalion. 
Thcmss Denny, lleut. col. 
fonathan Davif, major 
Ifrae! V/aters, captain 
r>3niei Gculdirg, captain 
Ji-fiah Taft, captain 
Jcfeph Field, caprain 
Second brigade. ' I battalion, 
Hallowcy Taylor, lieui. Col. 
Jothsm Btft, major 
jotbam Barker, captain 
J&m«9 Humphrey, captain "" 
Lewia Eager, captain ': 

Samuel Spafford, captain 



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Cavalry Officert^ &c. continusd. 

Ninth Div'tfion. 
V\>'^ bri- ade. { Squa. 



Eighth l>iviJion, 

Fif ft brigade, % Itsopt, 

Reuben Calburn, captain 
Chrifiophcr Turner^ captiln 



Sua! Ot^t)^ eapta n 
Ador.ijjih ; dweli, caif 
Second dr.^ade, \ Sgu 
Tfiomns G .u'd, to,^]^ 
William Mcileo, eapt 
Samuei Keliog, caf>t5J 



Oncers of the Regiment of 2oJii.n and Cbelftt 
William Scollay, of Bo ftm, Colonel, 
Lteutena nt Colonel, 
Mujor, 

Joho M. Forbej, Adjutant, 
Beotjr Purker, lil*art€r MaHer, 
Nahum Fay, Surgeon. 
Stephen Thayer, Surgeon a Matt, 



Ciifrtaiis. 

Michael Homer 

Mofci WaiUch 

Seth Johnfon 
Jofeph Gleafon 
Bcojamia RuiTcH 

Robert Gardner 
Jofeph Chcever 



Lieutenants, 

Jonathan Jonea 
Edward Wilkins 
Richard Jaquet 
Jobo << handler 
Shubaei Bell 
John Lathrop)}un. 
Robert Bail 
Jcfhua Checver 



Samuel Bradiee, Captain, 

Daniel Weld, Captain Lieutenant 

Ben}4|fnin Larkio, firft Lieotentnt, 

Lieut. Col. ^a^luel Bradford, Colooei, 
MaJ. Sitnon Eliot, Lieutenant, 
Maj. jofeph May, Enfigo, 
Capt. Jacob E uftis, Adjutant, 

Jofeph Laofhton, Captain, 
Thomaa Adama, Captain Lieotenaot 
Samuel Auftir, firft Lieutenant, 
Samuel Gteen, fecond Lieutenant 
John Gardner, Ei>fign, 



Enf!gn, 
John CHntoi 
William Jot 
Andrew Kc 
John Rouift 
Joflioa Elli$ 
BenjamiB A 
Jacob Emm 
WjlUam fie 
Jaroet Floyd 

Office 

of ti 

ArtiU 



■A 



■?] 



Csd 



Fttzi 



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Officers o/thff Garrifon at Caftle Ifland. 
His Excellency the Governor Commander in Chief. 
William Perkins, Captain Lieutenant, £, 9 per month. 
Samuel Treat, ift Lieutenant, £. 5 per month. 
John Burbeck, lA Lieut, and Gunner, £.^ per month 
Three Qaarter-Gunners, at 46/, per month. 
Four Serjeants, at 42/. per month. 
Four Corporals, at 34/. per month. 
One Drummer, and ore Fifer, at 54/, per month* 
Each Matrcfs, at 30/. per month. 
Nathan Leeds, Overfeer of the Convi£le, £.^yic/. 
icb oon-comminTion Oiiicer and Soldier is to tecetre a 
foit of cloatbs for each year they continue in fervice. 
William Euftis, of Bofton, Phyfician and Surgeon. 
Jacob Emerfon, Chaplain, £. 6, 5/". per month. 

Lewis Anfarr, of Dracut, Colonel of Artillery, 
and Infpedor- General of the Fonnderies. 

Ebenczer Davi», Superintendent of the Fortifications 
St Portland, Cafco-Bay. 



4ntient and Honorable Artillery Company 

Incorporated in the Year J638. 
aeir annual E'.eftion of Officera,is on the firft Monday in 
Jucc, at Bofton, on which Occafion a Sermon is preach 
ed by feme ordained Minifter, p/evioully chofen for that 
purpofe -.--Tbeir other Mufters, or Training I^sy?, are 
on tbe firft Monday in April, May, September, ard 
Oftober ; and if unfuitable Weather 00 thofe Days, the 
Friday following, without rtfcrve. 

Officers cbefen in June I794-' 
Maj. Gen. John Brooks, Captain^ 
Saisuel Prince, Lieutenant^ 
John Brazer, Enfign, 
Thomas CIa:k, Cierk« 

Capt. Jofeph Cowdin, 

(Gnce deceafed, 
"William Williams, ^ Serjeante 

Afa Fuller, 
Robert Ball, 
Col. John Winfiow \t Treafutcr to the Company. 

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i 



C 114 1 

Pra£litioners at Law in MaiTachufetts. 
Bar rift en. 

Jobn.WortbingitoQ* Springfi. Beoja. Hichboro, Dorchcfl 
James Sullivan, Boftoc Tiieopb.Parfons, Ncwb.Pt 

Tbeo. Bradbury, Newb.Port 
Mofes Bljfs, Springfield 
Shearja, Bourne, Barnftable 
John Sptague, Lancaftcr 
Tbco.SedgwiclrjStockbridge 
Caleb Strong, Northampton 



Wiilijm Tudor, Boft 

Perez Morten, dit 

WiUJam Wetnoore, dit 
Levi Linceitv, Worcefl 
Sitneon Sttoogi Amhe 



Jofhua Thomas, Plymou 
Jobr)FfOtbif;gbam, Portia 
Gecrge Thacber, Biddefc 



Attornies p-aCiifing at the S. J. Court. 

T'mo.Langdoo, Pownalboro' ' " 
Edward Pope, New Bedford 
Mcfe« Parfons, Haverhill 
£eth Paddleford, Taunton| Edward Bangs, Worcefi 
William Hunt, Watertownl William Sever, di; 

Willicm Hoi', Newton jDaoie; Davis, Pertle 

juftin Eiy, WeftSprirgrteldjjofepb ^lail, B^-fi 

Wm.Li£hgov»',jun.Halioweli|Samoel Dexter, Charleflo' 
EbenezsrBiadifh, Cambridge -Wiiiiam Caldwell, Rutia 
Thomas Edwajds, Bofton 1 homas Ives. G?.Bar;ingt 
fonacban ^5a^on, jun. ditto Plinjf Merrick, I3rookfi( 
Eflw^fd K. Robbins Milton Setb Haftirjgs, Mev.d 

CbriftojjLer Gore, Boftcn S.Kicckley,jun.Norti,£rr! 
Simutt Sewal!, Marbiebeadi John Hacker, Spjingfi( 
John Phdps, Weflfield Edward Gray, jbcft 

lohnChcftcrWillfaroiHaciFe} j Harrifoo Gray Otis, dii 
jan:;es Hughes, i!r.j'.on jobn Dsvis, Plymou 

Edward PuUitJjs Saitmi Libao Vv heaton, Nort 

J\iath»Diel Paine, Wcrcefie jSfmuei Qiiincy, Leo 

Jonathan Fay, Ccncor^j William Strcmao, Lancsf 

Dwigbt Fofler, Brcckfitld Artcmas VVind.jun. Weft 
Abr.er Morgan, Brimfieldj WjHism Prefcott, Salf 
RufuE G, Aroory, Ecftcnl jcho Pyr.chon, di( 

Gecrge R. Mioot, ditto Afa Andrew*, Ipfwi 

Fifher Ames, Dedham Wm.SjmmesJua. Pcrda 

Dsvid Ncb'e. Wilbamfiooljobn Pcwe, Gl.vref 

Vi,;».<tr.jn Fifke, WaltbcmiTha.WillianB3,3uD. Roxbt 
lN2»c2n t)are, BeverlvtHoratiysTcwofend Dedr; 

jDaniel Biglow, Pete. n^sniSilaj Lee. Pownaiborou 
jAfiibel Strong, Piu/fieiciOforgs Blifs, Sprlrgfii 
'J^bn Chandl.WilUamrjdittojjohD Barrett Nortbiiii 



uorn'iQ^ pra^i/tng at the S. J.C continueci.\ 

ha M;rrick, Coacardijon.Woodbii^gK, W.jrthmgr. 

■Ties Sprjur, Middleboro' WiliiannOjiman, Greeasield 
omis Crafts, ' Boftin James Bridge, HailowelJ 
n LovsU, ditto Enoch W. Thayer, Lenox 

:rrick: Rice, L3nc5{l«f|8(;nj*min Baa^e. Bofton 

•ntif? VJsiicD, Bit^del-ordip^lar. Hit;'ocuck»Sfookfi:ld 
;eS Dana, GfotonlSimcoa Scrong;.,iuo. Conway 

nachy Green, Worceft?rJjonatbao E. Porter, Had'ey 
eph Bjrrlect, Woburaj 'William Ely, Springfield 
nathy 3ig!ow, Gratoo|N.ith. Fieemaa. Barnftab! 
eph BJake, jun. BaftoaJBenja, Whitmao, Hanover 
JO Loweii, j.ja. dittojW>Hiam Ctanch, Haverhiii 

1. Wijjjams, Stoetcbridge|StmB«l Pu^oam, Salem 

ha L<e, Sb?ffield|Salmoo Caice, Pnrtlaad 



t(C! i^ewey, WiJltsmftcj 
)rge Wgrrcn, Wioflow 
c Parker, Penohfcor 

liey Hubbard, Beiwic^c 
ez Upham, 



Etban Stooc, Saadisfisid 
R.ch.Whitncy,G,Barri';gtOf! 
John Pbiilip«, Befton 

J»me» Prefcott, Groton 

BrottkfiiidlEU BulUrd, Framiagham 
Leomir)t1er|0(hAie! TyUr, Sudbury 



neiis Bruce, l^atbia«ij«)ba Murray Forbes,Boiton 
n Taylor, Nortfa»mpt«fl|£kazar James Bar/e 



pb Lymat 



WftiW'-Sdy 



ttornies pradfjing at the Gominon Pleas. 



Wtdgery, N,Gi«««e/ 
laiTih Smith, Wi{i:afftr 
rr)a« Hammond, Btdf«r4 
>. Grout, jun. Pet«#iam 



ma? Oo'd, 



phTboaja?, Kenncbunk 



johfi CiUcjider, 
jofiaii Quincy 
Jofeph Rowe, 
Ebeseser Gay, 



Pitt^figid Samuel Haveo, 



Am«>s Stoddard, 



Bofton 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

Dedham^ 

HaltoweW 



ab.Bidweii, Scockbridge SamueiS. Wilde, Waidoboro' 



rge BJake, Baftoo 

2vt Paine, ditto 

» Latfarop, juT». ditto 
?h Brigbam, Marlboro' 
er Leonard, Tauofoa 
h HulTey, Hanover 

jm MsTchell, Bridgwater 



FrAocu Blake, Rutland 
Tbo.ThoiTjaSjjun. Newb.P. 
Thomaa Bancroft] Reading 
Afapb Churchill Miltoo 
John D. Dunbar, Charlton 
Sam. Shapleigb, Cambridge 
Akurg Sillon, Dartmouth 
!-:.Whce!er,LaDefboro'jJoho Bayley, jun. Portland 
Has Alien, ditto jofcph Bixhy, Charle^owra 

Tiilioghaft, TauDtoa|Era(m.' Sabb;t, i 'jn.S;urbridg s 



r »'6.3 

Civil Officers in MalTachufetts Commofi'wealth 
Supreme Judicial Court. 
Francis Dioa, LL.D. of Cambridge, Chief Jufi ice, 
Robert Treat Paine, of Bofton, 
Incisafc Sumner, of Roxburft 
Natban Cu/hing, of Scituafc. 
Thomas Dawes, jun. of Bofton, 
The Salary of the Chief Juftice ;t C V^ P"" "*««««»» tf" 
ofxbs other Ju(^ices ^>1^c,t3 oe paid quarterly^ iviti 
out the addition of any fee c perquifite lobatever. — — 
AGrant of J^.^o, in additicn to their Salaries, loas h 
Ycs'y made to each for their Services. 

Charles Cufhing, / Clerh of tha 

John Tucker, \ Supreme yudicial Court, 

Their Office is kept on the lower Flaor of the StateHouf 
Jamn Sul!:vart,ciBo!lca,^ttorr.eyGenerai,SiUTy £."^0' 
Eenjamin Homant, Cfier of all the Courts held in SufFoli 

Judge «>/ Probate /sr SnfFoik County, 

George Richards Minet , cf Bcfton, Jud^e of Frohate. 
iVilliam Cooper, of Bolioa, P.egijier ofProbaie, 
*lhe Probate Court is kept in Bofton, at the S.E. Corn 
en the h'wer Floor cf the Court Houfe in Court-Street 

Jullices ofthcCovamon?l&'A% in SuiFoIkCTo^n/ 

Joftpb GardrtCf of BeRon, 
Samuil Barrett, of Bofton. 
Ihanas Crafts, of Bofkda, 
Tuthill Huh^ard, of Bofron, fpecial Jufiice. 
EzekidPrice^ of Bofton,CkrI< of the Pleas and Sejftc 
His OJpce kept at the WeH Entrance of the State idouj 

The J'jfticM of the Supreme Judicial Court, the Ciurf 
Common Pleas, and Judges of the Courts of Probate, a. 
Sheriffs and drcKeri, are to hoM their ConimilTic 
during good Behavior ; but the CommtfljoD of *Jufi, 
of the peace muft be renewed evcy 7 years,or it ceafi 

Thomas Crafts, of Boftof?, County Treafurer, 
His Ojjice kept oppofte the Wed Door of the State Bouft 

Henry Aiiine, of Bofton, Countf Regiffen, 
Hii Office kept on the loivcr Floor of the Court Houfe 
adjoining the Prcbate Office. 



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Civil Ofictfrs, Slc. in MafTachufetts, 
Jufticas througJjout the Commonwealth. 



Mofes Gill, Frinceton 

Walxet^ooneTf New Bedford 
Benja. Cha^burn, Berwick 
James Prefcott, Groton 

Samurl Hoiten, Danveri 
Nathan Cu/hing, Scituate\ 



John Froft, Ktttery] 

Thomas DiwcJ, Boft^ 

Peter Pennimao, Mendi 
Ttiftram \>z\ton,Nevfb.Port 
Charles Turoeri Scituate 
WiJiiam Phillips, A"dover 



Azor Ofce, 
Da?id Sswai), 



James SuU'tvaot Sofion 

Robert Treat Paine, ditto 
Benjamin Auftin, ditto 

William CuthiDg Scituate 
locreafe Sumner, Roxbury 
Jona.GrsEnlsaf, Neivb.Port 
Francis Dana, Cambridge 
Saraael Dexter, IVeftcn 

Beojamia Liacolo, Hitij^bam 
Artemas Waid, Sbreivpfury 
Edward Cutts, Ktttery 

John Lowell, Roxbary 

iBenja.GTeeQleaf, Setvb.Port 
Ifrael Hutchiafon, Danvers 



Marbiebgad.iiith. Gorb.ttp., Char/efiown 
Tork)}o{:2h TSi«cher, Gorbam 



Jch« Avery, 
Jofeph Gardner, 
/ofepb Greeoleaf^ 
Samuel Barrett, 
Thomas Crafc», 



Wilaam Hsatb, Boxbury 
Thomas Ruffell, Boflon 

Samuel Lyman, Springfield 
Thomas Durfee, Freetown 
Ebeaezar Bridge, Cbelms/orJ 
John Haftjogs, Hatfield 

Eleazer Brooks/ Lificoh 
Oliver Wendell, Bofton 

Thorn 3S Dawes, jun. di\t9 
William Sbepard, iVefifield 
James Warren, Plymouth 
Solomon Freeman, Haizvicb 
Alexander Hodgdoo, Beften 



Juftlces o/t/>ff Quorum in Sai^olk County'. 



Boflon 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 



Ezekiel Price. Bopon 

John Avery, jun, ditto 

George R. Minoti ditto 

BnjamiQ CnduoitHinghtm 



Juftices <?//j&i? Peace in SnfFoIk County, 



William T«dar, 
Jonathan Mafon, jun> 
Henry Pr&ntifs, 
WHliam PhiUipi, juo. 
Edward Gray, 
Samuel Cooper,. 
Thomas Edwards^, 
John Cod man, 
AhM Smith, 
Nathaniel Baleh, 



Bofion 



ditto 
dittt 



Samuel Ruggles, 



Bofion 

ditte\ W iUiam Doonifoo, ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

ditto 

Hingbam 

ditto 

Cbelfea 

</;Vrc|Phillip» Payfon, jmu ditio' 



Henry Alline, 
Samuel Brown, 
dittohohih Waters, 
<//rr(^Jobn VinaU, 
^r//9|Samue! Norton, 
ditto'\Ch2it\et Cuihiog,. 
(/molSamuel Cary, 



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Officers ifJ SnfFolk continued, 
Jofcph Gardaer, Dedimus to qualify Civil Officers, 
fetemiah Alien, of Boiton, Sberif. 
Theodore Barrell, of Boftoo, Deputy Sheriff, 
Richard Boyoton, Keeper of the County^ Gaol. 
Jzmts Prince, of Boftoo, 
Alexander Mackay, of BoftoB, > CeronerSi 



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Jofeph Andrew», of Hinghani; 

County of Norfolk. 
Juftices of the Common Pleas, bc^ 
Ebeaczer Warren, of Foxborough, 
James Endicot, of Sroughtoo, 
Edwitd H. Robbios, of M\lct5n, "^ ^t ' I 
Solomon Lovell, of Weymouth, > ~f«;,'f, 
Danrel Perry, of Medfield, 3 /«//«*, 

Naihaciel Ames, Ckrk cf the Pleas and Seffions, 
S..,h.n M«..lf,of Bdlingba,„. Y%t''o;::f^' 

Juftices of the Peace and of the Quorum. 
Cotton Tuftj, /r(y«o«/£»jMofes Bo'len, Medfield 
Sobcr.on LotcII </rVro Edward H, Robbiiw, Mtlton 

James Humphryi, </;rf5 Tbcmas Crane, ditto 

Samael Niies, Brsintrec\]ihtx Fifher, Frankiin 

Richard Cranch, ^«r«rylThorais Lethror, Cohajfet 
Stephen Metcalf, 6*/.';»f iiajBJNathaoiel Sumner, Dedbam 
James Endicot Stougbtov}i,kiztt Weid,. Roxbury 

Juftices of the Peace* 

Jofcph Guild Dedbam\pein\z\ Voity Milton 

Nathaniel Acie', <^/«9|Eben. Thayer, j«n.^rfl»Krrftf 



Nschaoi:! Bayley, f^eymoutb 
Beojsmio Guild,, ffrentham 
John [ones, Dover 

Daniel Perry, Medfield 

Elijah Adams, dittt 

"S-btntzet^AireRtFoxborougb 
Swift Payfcn, ditto 

StepheoPenaiman, iJra;«rr^f 



John Read, Roxbury 

David S. Greevougb, ditto 
Ebenezcr Sf ater, ditto 

William Fuller, Needba> 
lfa3C S, Gardner, Brookly 
Abijah Richatdfeo, Med way 
GcM-ge Crofiksao^ Stoughton 
Peter Adams, ditto' 



Ephraiitt Wales, </;V/tfiSetb BuHaid, Walplsl 



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Officers in Norfolk County continued. 
William Heath, of Roxburjr, Julge of Probate, 
Samual Hiven, of Dedhzm, Ueg^ker of Prabate. 
Courts of Probate ire hftld at^.-wri's Ti»ero in Dedham 
le firft Tusfday of every Month jiiid al /v/d^y^'s Tavern 
1 $>uincy ca the fecond Tuefdajr of November, February, 
lay »nd Auguft, annually, 

Ifajc Bui-ard, of DedhETn, County Treafurer, 
Eiiphi et Pond, of Dedham, Regi/ier of Oeeds^. 
Athettoa Thayer, of Braintree, iibenff". 
Deputy Sheriffs. 
hn Vinton, Braintree\W\\\\^^a^aJif Franklin 
;h TuraWjjuii, Randolph* 

Coroners, 
thaiiiei Rugglw, Rcxbuty\]i^\n Fifhc''^ Stougbton 

illiam Hearh, jun. ^zVfojSsmuel Capen, jun. ditto 
nuelBayiey, ^(fy»:oaro| Aaron Everett Foxborougb 
jatban Felt, If^reKtbaml Amn'iih Mi\{hf dittt 

liel Holbrook, jun. iiit:o. Jofeph Ware, Med%uay 

omat Braftcvr, </mo| jooatban Adamsj tert. ditto 

omas White, SpooklyniOith^ Smith, jon. Needbam 
ic Bullard, Dedham\Z\\(lM Doaoe,, Ctibajfet 

lUiam V/bitjag, </i«ojCa5eb Ftencb, Bralntree 

Endicot, <^//tfj Henry Vofe, Mihc 

m Joner,, I>ei/er Georg? EUie, MiJfeld 

licis C o»ti9» Sh aron^ 

Couniy of Eflex. 
Juftices of the Common Pleas, <i3e, 
Benjamin Greecieaf^ of Newbury Port, 
Samuel Holten, of Danveis, 
!«■ Joba Pickering, cf Sateis, 
>',l Samuel PfeilHps, of Andover. 
:irfi Ebenezer March, of Newbury, T Special 
i.fjlGeorge Cabot, of Beverly, J yufiicet, 

;;i!,iamin Greenleaf, oi Newbury Port, Judge of Probate. 
l-'ii^lDaoiel Noy«, of Ipfwich, T^egifler of Probate* 
I'^Bbn PickeriPg, of Szhm, Hegt/ier cf Deeds. 
\s:Msfhtn Choaie, of Ipfwich, County Treajurer, 
^Ijainln Grccn'.ea*', of Ns«vburyPoit, ^ >?*w.*,./ 
elHoUen,.ofDanvers, f ^PP'^'^f 

'Phillip., of Aodover,, ( r .^;ta'-^^ 



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Officers in EfTex County continued* 
Jaft Cis of the Peace and of the Quorum. 
Niciwlas Pikt, Netob.Port" 
Thso))riilu.' Parfons, diito 
Samael !i*hiUips, Andover 
Nathaniel Lovejoy, ditto 
Stephea Choate^ Jpjvficb 
Daaiel Noyes, ditta 

Peter Coffia, G/«are/er' George Cabot 

Juftices <?/'//»e' Peace. 
Ebenezer March, Newbury Parker Cieavelaodi Rcv>l 
William Cotfio, ditto Thomas MighiD, dit 

Silas Little, ditto Edward Pulling, Salt 

BenaiahTitcomb, A'lf'w^./^srf Jofepb Sprague, dit 

Stephea Crofs, ditto William Plckmaa, dit 

John Fiike, dit 

William Prefcott, jun. dit 



John Pickering, Saki 

ifaac Ofgond, ditt 

Richard Manning) ditt 
-Richard Ward, * ditt 

Samuel White, Ha-verbi 
Mathao D^ds, Bever 

diti 



Abaer Chcever, 
Joha Carne?, 
Daniel Thurfton, 
Peter Rnffcil, 
John Low, 
Samuel Whittemore, 
Peter Coffin, jua. 



Lynn 
ditto 

Bradford 
ditto 

GhuceRe. 
ditto 
ditto 



Joha Patch, Jpfwicb^ 

John Manniog, ditto 

JonathanCagfwelI,jon« ditto 
Afa Andrews, ditto 

Jofiah Batcheldor, Beverly 
Larkin Tboradike, ditto 
Amos Patnani, Daivert 
Samocl Sewali, MarbUbead 



Edward Boweo, 
ITaac Mana field,' 
Beojamin Evaoi, 
Jacob Browo, 
Tylex Porter, 



ditto' 
ditto 

Salijhury 
ditto 

Wenbam 



Orlando Sargeor, Atnejlu 
Chriftopher Sargeaatj dit 
Jofeph Wiogate, dit 

Nehem. Cleaveiand, Topifit 
James logalls, Metbu 
Stephen Barker, dit 

William Tuck, Mancbtf. 
William Cranch, Haverl 
James Duncan, di 

jofhsa Wingate, di 

Nathaniel March, di 

Johij Rcbiofon, Boxfi 
Thomas Perley, jan. di 
Peter Orgood,jua» Ando' 
Jofhua Holt, 
Samuel Abbot, 
Jacob Abbot, 



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Bailey Bartlett. of Haverhill, Sbtrifi 
Deputy Sheriffs, 



Willnm Ingallsi Nfwb.fort 
William Dodge, Ipjivicb 
Jofeph Turreil» Saltm 

John Hutfos, Marhlebead 



Afa AlJeo, 
David Bradl^> 
Joha Tat box. 



Ahdo 
Haver 
Glouce, 



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Coroners in EiTex Count): 



fjbn MycaiJ, NiiohuryPort 
feremiah Pearfon, ditto 
•tephen Ilflcjr, Newbury 
^tKX.^nitY&incxoUiLynnfield 
^phraim Breed, Lynn 

Lzekiel Cheevsr, ditCc 

Senjamin Walker Bradford 
"ofeph Wocd, Bewerly 



William Pearfon, Ghuctjler 

Henry Ingalic, Andcver 

Putnam logalls, ditto 

Enoch R-ogeft, Avrfoury 

John Hjard, Ipliuicb 

Nathaniel Wade, ditto 

John Hufc, Metbuen 
John Sergeot, jun« ditto 



faac Adams, £oAf/cri|JofcDh Fairfield, IVenham 

.emuel Wood, ditto JNath. Liozee, MarbUbead 

r.Huccbin{oD,juQ* Ddwversi Jonathan Smith, Saii/hury 
tephen Cook, Sa/^wjofeph Pike, Hoivle^ 



County of Middiefsx. 
Juftlces of the Common Pleas, <^{, 

James Pt«fcott, of Groton, 
Nathaoiei Gorbam, of Charlaftowa, 
James Winthrop, of Cambridge. 
William Hi-ll, of Newton, Special Jufiice, 
Lb rshamBiglow,ofCambridge,C/?rito/r£>«P/eflj£f Seffiont, 
William Winthf op, of Cambridge, Kegifier of Deeds, 
Ebeoczer Bridge, of Chelmsford, County Treafurtr, 

Oliver Prefcott, of Groton, Judge of t* rob ate, 
James Winthrop, of Cambridge, Regijier of Probate, 
Probate Courts in Middlefrx County ars held, 
KxCamhridge^ on the firft Tuefday m April, May, June, 
Septcmbfer, O^^ober, November and Decembrr. 
t Concord, the fecood Tucfoay in Mirth, A^ri!, May, 
and Juoe, the third Tuefday io Seprerriber, and the 
fecood Tuefday in Of^ober and Novembtr, 
\x GrotoKy 00 the third Tuefday in April a='.d 0£^ober. 

James Prefcott, of Grotoo, T Appointed 

Nathaniel Gorham, of Ch3?[eftnwn, > to qualify 
James Winrhrcp, of Cambridge, J Civil Ojpcers, 



Civii Officers in Middlefex continued, 
Juftices of the Peace and of the Quorum. 

John Tyng, Dunfiable'J£.^\iti\m Wood» Concan 

Samtjc) P. Sav»ge, ^f^e/So«| James Barrett, ditu 

Olive? Prcfcotf^ Gro/c»| JBtsDJamin Brown, Reading 

Thaddeus Mafvo, Cjwi)r?V^e| Daniel Whitney, Sberbum, 



Ebt-'Dczer Brad' ill, ditto 

James WiachrOp, ditto 

William Winthrop, dittt) 

Joaathan Wocd, Stoiv 



David Haverii Frsminghan 
John Stone Holtifio 

Duncan Ingraham Concert 
Jofeph B. Varnum Dracm 



Juftices of the Pfeace. 

John Remington W^arerrcwaiWiliiaiD Hoot, Wateftowr 
]of,a:b«r> Brown, dittoj Amus Etend, dittc 

Benjam.P Ha'S Medford\%imut\ Thpmpfon, fP^ohurt. 

Stfphea Ha];, jaa. dittoJLoammi Baldwin, dittc 

Tlomat Brotiks, dittJjVyiiham Bodeo Natick 

•^^artn PurEflm, ditto,Pcter Wood, Marlhiuugh 

■ s:>ia-7M0 BiaaejTi Affl/if«,Ste?h©n Dana, Qambridgt 
tzra Sergeant, dltit)|Ab/iham BiglQW, ditto 

Euacb Grscsjcaf, I^P^.-^on Tht.raas Brattle, dirto 

jaej Parkhorft. Z)a»/^i/<;!WJili«mTbampfoo, Billertca 
vrancie Faa^knw, ^4<!?08 Edward Farmer, ditto 

£7>fkiel Haw, Sudbury \i^c Stearos, ditto 

•Mfliam Rice, cttio' jouathao .BrowQjT^w^y'Zary 

J.^fcph Cuitie, ^ittdjWWIiam Fjfk, Walthart 

Nathaniel K««fe», dittdWilUam AUeo, ditto 

in30tfcyWa!lt<r ^77ik//;£-/o« Leonard Wuiiams, ditto 
William Pfcfcott, re/>/>frr£.7.jofi«h Bartlett, Cbarkfio<wn 
Tofeph HeaSd, ditto|Jorrph Cordis, ditto 

iobn Re^d, Bedfor<f\'Wulidm Ha)l, Newtoft 

Timathy Jo»c«, dittotMicUel Jickioot ditto 

If ac Bov^mac, L«/f2^r5»|Natban FolJer, ditto 

Beojamio Browo, dittoif^becezer Woodward, i.tt 

Ubn Stone, Hollifttni^asy Wood*, Croton 

S»m*«J Park, dirttrOliver Prefeott, jua, ditto 

Z<cehcus Wright, WefiforctiAtx on Browo, ditto 

Oliver Barroc, Chelmsford '^iWUm Swao, ditto 



Parker Varaum, Dracut 
John [ooct, Hopkington 

Matthew .Vfetcalf, ditto 

Jooatbanlrock, ^fl>by 



Afa Parlin, CarlijJe 

Jooathao Heald, djits 

Silas Taylor, Box^^orcugh 
Jofeph Adams, Lincoln 



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Jut^ices, ^c, in Middlcfex continued 

aha Merrick, Concord i join, Mijair A, Frumifi^ham 

iUdrew NewctI, Sberhurne\ Simuioa Tottlt^ Litlieton 
'aoiel i^o^ers, JL/Vr.tfro«' James Bancrofci Reading 



»anie!Adarm,jon. totunfend 
cfeph Br>ant, Stoneham 
afiiua LoDg^ey, SbirUy^ 



Benjamin Upham, d»rto 
Wm. Blancbard, lyilmington 
Du<Ji«y A.Tynf, Tyngjboro' 



Jolepb Hofmer, of Concord, Sheriff, 
jhn Goodwin, Under- Keeper of the Goal at Cambridge, 
}bn Ricbardfoo, Under- Keeper of the Goal >t Concord, 

Deputy Sheriffs, 
bijah Thompfon, Ji^oburn'xTho, Richardfon, Ifeftford 
phraJm Littltfield,Ho////i!o« John Flapg. Edjt Sudbury 
)fcph Moore, Gro/cnjjofcph Wood, Stow 

imstbj jatkfoD, Neivton\ 

Coroners. 

1 jofeph Underwood, Reading 
Adem H«wkc', ditto 

F(»hriira RolicII, Grotun 



ipht!etNewell,C/6flr/e/?( 
ifid B#own, Concord 

,hn White, Bill erica 

nachao Butrert, ^*'^^i 

)h>a>m Kidder, jua. dictoj 



SimB«i Lawrence, ditto 
Peter Edef, ditto 



muei Heath, Cflw^rzV^CjSJ •tk»n FoMer, Neinton 
xiafhen WiUioftoH, ditto'D9vid Carti», Eaft Sudbury 
muel Sparhawk, ditto Ctieb Hayward, Wtjron 



irt. RicbardfoB, Woburn 
ooh Ricbirdf«o. ditto 



5008 Braiiey, Dracut 



Joba Fiik: Framtngbam 

SamiMi Haveo, Hopkmgton 
G Jivei R ichavdfoaCZ:t;/wj/"W 
phe Its Wood, AftfW^»ro'jJ*»ob Tuttle, fVejifof 

a* Gatei, aitt* Jooatbfta Tbayer, ditto 

wer Bbod, »'?/c«;||oaatb*aWbetcombL{V/<Vr0s 

ij:.Eailerbr»ok,iL<'Wn^^o»jIf»»«] Hiidiath, Dracut\ 

ck Marih, i;?o//;/con|jonatbao Davis, ABon, 

hn S ooc, juK. diitoi David Baicard, ditto 

wjid Wr.de, Maldeni 



County of Plymouth. 
Juftices of the Common Pleas, d"*". 
Benjamin WUlis, of Brid| water, 
William Watfoo, of Piymouib, 
Epbrairo Spoooer, of Piy mouth, 
Daniel Rowurd, of Bridgwater. 
William Drew, of Kingftoc, / Special 

Richard Perkins, of Btidgwater, \ Jufticei, 
lah Cotton, of Hlymouth,u/grAg/<^g Phai andSsffionSf 



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Civil Officers in Plymouth County continued, 

Jo&ua Thomai, of Plymouth, Judge of Probate, 
Ifsac Lothrop, of t'lymoutb, Regijter of Frobate, 
RoHeter Cotton, of Flymoutb, Regtfteroj Deeds, 
Epbraim Spoooer^ of PWrocuth, County Treafurer, 
Benjamin Wiliit, of Briiigwater, 
Wi,ii,mWrfoo,ofn,mootb ^ ^^^,^^^ 
bpiiraino Spooner ' 

William Dt€% 
Jodiua TbcmM, 
Jufiices c/M<? peace and of the Quorum, 
William VVatfon, Flywiouth'^0tx\)zm\ti\i\Vi'.%^ETidg'K)att 
Joihua Thomas, diitojIfaacThompfoD, AJ»<^i2.eitor 

Jufticss of the Peace. 
Ifaae Lothrop, flymoutbSpivi\t\ Huward, Uridgmatt 



tTy of PWrocuth, County 
iliit, of Bridgwater, '\ 
rfoo, of i- lymotitb, I 
)oner, cf FJyrooatb, > 
fw, of Kingfl-on, I 

DM, of Plymouth, J 



Pctejiatem, 



ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 
ditto 



Jofjah Cotton, 
Tbcmas Dayie, 
Abcer Bartlett, 
Thomas Jackfon, 
John Davis, 
Nathaniel Goodwin, 
Henry Warren, 
Jo/l)«a White, Middleborovgb 
James Sprout, ditto 

John NelfoD, ditto 

David Wing, Rechefter 

KathaDiel Sprague, ditto 
Abraham Holmes, ditto 

William Turnefj Scituate 
CbarJes Turaer, ditto 

Elijah Turner, ditto 

Ignati'os Lorjag, Plympti 



Barnabas Howard, diet 

Bizi Howard, d tt 

Daniel Howard, jun. ditt 
Jonathan Cratie, dtt 

IHacbar Snell, ditt 

EbenererThompfon, Haiifs 
dit»o Aaron Hobart, Abingtc 
Jacob Smith, jun. ditt 
GzmaUcl Bradford, Z?a;>r *>!:■? 
David Nye, Wartba 

£benezer Waftibnrne Kin^Jn 
A{» Waterman, Ma^Jhf.e' 
Jcfeph Bryao^, diti 

Jcfiah Smith, Pemiroi 

John Tufoeir. jun, ditt 
Melzar Curtisj Har.ovi 
Albert Smith, ditt 



plifhn Bifbee, ditto 

George partridge, of Doxbury, Sheriff, 
Deputy Sheriffs. 



fchabod Simmona, Duxbury 

Silvanus Ciap, Scituatr. 

Amos Shaw, ditto 

John Adams,'' Kinvfton 



James Little, Marjhfiei 

jjmes Hafkell, Recheft< 

Caleb Sylvefter, Har.oii 

Abiel Harris, AHn^ti 



job Turner, P erf br ok c^Kritl Fearing, jun. Ifareba 
GideoaBradfordjio. P/;«^rc>j|MaitinHcward, Bridgivat 
Wm. Kennedy, MiddlehoTO \%\vnttiu Pratt, dit 

RoljcrtCu/bman, ditto} _, 



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Coroners irt Plymouth County. 

tot. Copelaod, joo. ^it^o Fhoflsai jackfoo, tert. diito 



Tait Ford, Ptmbroke 

s«€ Bow«a Barker, ditto 
•mci* Briggs, jo a. S citrate 
aTi4 j»eobj, Hanover 

iinucl SavotjT} liVarsbam 



[edidiah Holmes, Ktngjten 
ilerjamia Aideo, Duxhury 
Caleb Atwcod, Plyntpton 
Wl' I jam Crape, Rocte/ler 
NTatbsniet Halkell, ditto 



»tbaFofter,}un,i8l/</<i/t^or9'j Wjiliaaa Leww, Marjhjeld 
nathan i^ifh, A^iagtoH' 



County o/*BarD(lable. 
Juftices ff/ the Common PJeas, 6a 

Daniel Dtii'wy of Barnftabie, 
Nathaoiet Freemao, oF Sandwich^ 
Sotomon freeman, of Har«7ich, 
Ds? d Thacher, of Yatmotttb, 
Jofaph Njre, of Sandwich, > Spteial 
John Ds»i9, sf BarnftsbJ-, f Jufttcet, 
^feph Oms, of Bareft-b », Cierk'o} (be PUas and iejjicnu 

DaTij'i Oavij., o* Bi njUr-le, Judge of Probate, 
Natbaciei F?eem»n, of Saadwtch, f- e^t ft er of Probate, 

^f^ntz^f BacoB, of Barnftabt., I ^,ff''[ V ^^; ^' 
' ^ tfwa County ireafurer 

luftices «>///5^ Peace ^;?(i ^//^c Quoruai 

lojsl Davis, "iff<J''«/fa^/f . DsT d Tfajchsr Yarmouth 
ifepb Oris, d-t'or athanitlFte5ma»i5'a/5</wiirA 

learjifhiib Beurne, ditto! /ofeph Nye, 'ditto 

Juftices ^/;^^ Peace 



th FreeiTjao, Sandwich 
i'hanielSbivfHek,fW/«!(5a//6 
ffp'u Parker, ditto 



Sylvaou? Saow, 7>a/-» 

turg : 6 Oorha BJ, Barr.JtaHi 

John Divis, ditto 



fepb Palfaer, jun, dittojF.beaerer Bacon, ditto 

feph Doane, Chatham'^^m^tX Savage, ditto 

ijah Knowles, £tf//;&<7«;|Natb. Freem£0, juo. ditto 
lac Spafro»(r, dittoISamoel Waterman, Weijiett 

neon Kingmao, ditto' Atberton Hall, Tarmoutb 
Coroners. 



mue! Pope, Sandwich 
chard Sear», Chatham 



[ofiab Thsebcr, Tarmoutb 
Michael Collins, Weljieet 
Ifaiah Parker, ^arnftabk 
William HJDckle/, <>lt 



Djamio Pepper, Eaftham 

uhar.iel Pownes, Harwich William iiiDekie/, ditto 

n. Boarnc, joo. Faiin*utb\ ^^ j 



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Sheriffs, <bc> in Barniflable Counfy 

Jofeph Dimock, of Faimou^h, Shtriff, 

■ Deputy Shertffu 



Ephra-m Perry, Barvjigble 
T mothy Phinceyi ditto 
Eli/ha Pope, Sandiyicb 

Jofeph BiUine, 'Falmouth 
iJonafhtnSnow Jun, fiarivich 



Anthonjr Snow, 
Solomcn Dyer, 
Enqcb HailctC, 
DiTid Dotoe, 
James Freemao, 



Traw 

Welfieei 
Tarwoutl 



Biiftoi Co'jnty, 
Juflices of the Common Pleas, tld 
Walter Spooncr, of New htAioti^ 
G«o»ge Leonard, of Norton, 
William Baylies, of Digblfta, 
Dtvjd Cobb, of Taunton, 
Ezra Richmond, of Dighton, 
Shubael P^clf, 
Samu^i Tobey 
A?ollo8 Leonard^ of Tapnt 
ISwnuel Fales, of TaoBtor, Clerk ^f thi Fkas and St^om 
Diiii Cobb, of Taunton, *) „ ., 

Samuel Fale.. of TauBtoo. f plzZL 

ScthPaddlcford, of Taunton, > f^t^jtatm, 
Seth Paddleford, Judge of Probate. 
William Baylies, of Digbtoo, B^gifter of Pf^hate* 
James Williams, of TaoBtoo, Regifter of Deeds, 
Af oUqs Leisnard, of Taunton, County Trfcijurer, 

Juftices of the Pcscc and of the Quorum 



), or i$un;on, 

id, of Dighton, N 

, af Rchc^Qtb, C Speehl 

r, of Berkley, \ Jujtict$, 

»rda of Tapntcn, * 



George Leonard, 
Samuel Morey, 
^iili&m Sayiies 
Ezra Richmond, 
Sbubael Pecb, 



Nerton 

ditto 

Pigbton 

ditto 

Ktbobofb 



Edward Pope, h'evfBtdfor 
David C$bb, 7aunte 

Robert Lufeomb, diU 

Samuel Falcd, ditt 

Seth Paddieford, ditt 

Eli/ha May, ^ttUhroug 



^phrairo Starkweather, ditto 

Juflices of the Peace 

Jfrael Wa^burne, fiffjnb(fm William Davi?, 



jcfiah Dean, 
Apolloa Leonard 
Jamei Willbms, 
Fofler Swift, 
Samuel Leopard, 
lanauel Tcbey, 



ditto 

^itto 

ditto 

ditto 

Btrilef 



mjtpof 

ditt 



William Almy, 
Dayid Pierce, Swanft 

CbriAopber Mtfoii) ditt 
Jcfle Bullock, Frtetim 
t^ath. Morton, tert, diti 
John Daggett, jittkboroug 



t m 1 

JTfliCiiS, ^c. in Brillol County CuntinuTd. 
rhtmas Church, Z)/^i'/o« .'Daniel Car (:etc:, RibUotb 
^odijah Baylie$| ditto Siei-hen Bui ovk, 

fasc Dean, Af«»j(/7tf/ci'Wiiliam Co!e» 



jamin tistes, ^ittojOavid Perty, jan« 

-emufl wmiem:, ^ tfo giij:ih H^wii^j^ 
fflhn Smith, ^flffj»j9«f?l' Uba Wh3aten» 

Deputy' Sheriffs, 
;f4*e Drake, (^ f?p,If*§e Mf-fey, 



^itto 
cJ.tte 
d ttO 

taptu 
flute; 



NSatthr^Whitffia?!^ ;^?^-j!/5« 



ThernJi Fc-bi*, 






Ji^mgjl FiSish, He^kh.y Dsn'el Whit?, 

Cilvln Whsaton, ditto! »«-^ R'shsT^sV, ^itMsro' 



Tona'harJr-.fslU.jun. Taunten 
jjLtha J*{pwn,j«n. Beh^kth 
likan«b Fr«nch, d.ne 

Jtjpnthan Rsed, Frtmwn 
J eel Re(5«li. di(iehr»ugb 
Levi Maxfjr, di;io 

Ifiac Hodges, juo. I'ertpn' 
Pavicl B«'OV/n, iiivanfey 

Levi Frenchj Hstkey 






Roland HoiVKr4, o t^s 

ffaac Deao, ju». ^hirsfie^d\ 



/ib/jcr Erowneil, J^> 



y '/>of ? 



Duke'j County. 
Juflices of the Common Pleas, 6^. 

James Athesro, of Tiiftiirj-, 

Shubflc! Cottle, of TiiDury, 
BcDJamin BafTitt, of Chiimark. 
Benjamsn Majhew, oi ChWrnzik , fpeeiafyyf: ice, 
Stephen Luce, C.'erk r.f the PUai a-nd ^ejjimu 



f 128 1 

CttHOjleerj in Duke'sCcunty eontifiuetL, 

JamCf Atbearn, of Tiftury, jf^t^g^ */ Pfohattt '\ 
^Thomas Cooke, o? E6^aicown> Re^ijtep of Probatii 
Saaii2l Smith, of Edaartown^ Regifter of Deedi* 

Juftice* tf//iii? Peaet. 

Birjimin Smitb, of Ei^BrtowOi 9biriff» 
Deputy Sherifi, 
Tbeaesj Jpfni, WIUi»m Mfybcw, Jeffi^h CUghwp 
Coroners, 

iVfeUtUh naviP, |?rf|tff?#wiijW|IU»f8 Cliffy 2'^»fj 



County p/ Nantucket. 

(Sherborne /'i the only incorporwed Town en th Ifltnd,} 

Juflices of the Commoo Pleas, d?t» 
Jofisb Barker, | wnii»m Hgrnmatfi 
Supbea HufTey, | Jefigh Coffip, 
Pe!*|! CofliOijuOp I 5'/>ef»W 

Chjiilopher HyflTey, ( Jufmn, 
Je/^ph Niebolf, C/("-l 9/;*< FJtai and Sejfmh 
jctbro Huflcf, Judge of Brebate, 
Abner Coftip, Regifteraf probate, 
Nathaniel Colemao, Regiper of Detdft 
Jofjah Coffin, Coumy Tnajurtr, 
Stephen HulTey, \ ^ppginted to qualify 

Peleg Ccffia, j.jb. ^ C/«/;7 O^ffrj. 

Pelcg Coffin, juD. Juftice of tbi Peace and of the Quorum, 
Juftices of the Peace. 
Stephen Hufley, j Chriftopher Hu^ey, 

William Hammatt, | jofiah Coffin, 
John Gardner, Sheriff. 
Charles Folger, Deputy Sheriff, 
Sy?vanu8 Bunker. I r- 

Caleb BuDker, J '^^'^«^.^'- 



tlx) j 



county ^/'WorceiUr. 
juttices of/A^ Common Pleas, 6"^. 

Artenns Ward, nf Shrewfbuij, 
Samaei Baker, of Bctiiu, 
J»f«ph Dcir. of Ward. 
Dwi|ht Fofter^ or Brook field, ? S;>ec!al 
i Michiei Giii, of Prlnccoo, \ yufticts. 

Jofe{>h. AJien, of Wo.-ccft^r, Cetk of tie P/aas and ^ejfians', 
Samuel Bfidge, of Worcefter, Oitr of the Coum. 
Jafeph Dojf, of Ws'd. Jtcdge of Frebatt. " 
Theophilus Wheeler, of VJatctiXt^, Regifter of Probate, 

Probite Courts in VVcrcefter County are held, 
At Worceifer, on the fir ft To:id*y of every Month. 
At Temple ton, on tflc Ti;urf;Iay neit after the third Tuef- 

dajria Msy, and the third Tutfday in Oftober. 
A: the wefl parifhin Drookfisid, on the fourth Tucfday 

io Apr.} acid Oftobcr. 

At Lancafter, on the third Tuefday in M»y & Noveraber 

At Urbridgs, oo the ficrtbToefday in May & Ncvsnibjr 

Daoie' Clap, of Woreefter, 'Register cf Deeds, 

Samuel Aiieo, of Worcefter, County 7rtofur«r, 

Jufl^ices cf the Peace and cf the Quorum. 

Samuel Baker, Eerlin\)om\hzn Groo'» leterfham 

Jufeph Dorr, JFcrd '.Amrii S in j» 'clary, Huttoa 

U»i Liacoln, W(..ceft!'\Dvi^%\nT.^tr^ Brtoifeltl 

Jofeph Allen, d^rto Henry Uromiield, Harvard 

John Sprague, Lancaftcr Tt'Oxazi Lfgeatt, Leomnfter 

Jocathao Vv'itneT,Hard'u,ifA jo/hua Heofhaw, Sttwfiury 

Juflices 0/ the Peace. 
Timatby Newell, Sturtrid^eVN .\\Mvn Ycoog, Wareeptr 
Oii»er PlimptoD, dittcj^smueJ Curtis, ditto 

baoforth Reyes, ff'eftcrnVEi^zxi Bangj, ^iito 

Afa VVhicccmb, P;/.:f^;oi: WilJiana Seter, c'Jtto 

Michael Gill, d:tCo;Samuel fia^g, ditto 

Ebt^eter Learred, Oxford Ssmuel trclby, IVirxhtndon 
Sylvaous Town, ditto']- tih Desr, Vptor. 

JohoFi-nk, |?«f/<jK(^N .than Putnam, ^uw^z 

Mofss White, Jitro WjJliam K.r.f, ditto 

Nicho'af D»rfC, Vrtf.*}!inf:eA^o\cvmnl.tuiAt £ittO 

Abner Hotden, dictojHjze'.igh VVard, i fsxttn 

Rrnja. JfOTi^, A'^wSrai«/»^«i£z:a NVbitncy, UAtidf^ 



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Juftlces in Worcefter County continued, 
l&hn Child, )un, £dtrr^ ; Caleb Amraldcwn, Cbcrln 

diuolSalem Town, d.ttc 

ditto Charles Baktr, Gerry 

Dudley Jonas Ball, Soutbhorough 

ditto Serb N«wJon,. dittc 

A<hol. }ohn Pttatifs, if' 

Sfyencir Dtrntl Bigelow,. Peterjham 
dj«o Ifrael Athertoo, LMncafter 
Timothy Whiting, juD, ditrt 



John Caidweii, 

Henjamio [eak.ins» 

JeJIdiah Marcy, 

Edward Davis, 

Hy/ am Meweiif 

John Brifco, 

Benjamin Drurjr, 

Jo/hua Smith, Apbumbam 

Samuel Wi'dir, ditto 

Benjamin Goddard^ Gtafton 

Jofeph Wood, ditto 

James Hawes, Wejihorough 

Elijah Brigham, ditto 



WilJiam Stedmap, ditto 

MsTtin Kingfley, Ha'diviek 
Wilfiam Nichols, Leominfter 
William Hsnfhaw, Lelcejtef 
Da^d HenHiaw, ditto 



William Putnam, Sterling\Zztz Beaman, Boylfton 

Benjamin Richardfon, ditto! joliah Stearns. Lunenburg 
Edward Raymond, ditto !phillips Sweetfer, Ro^alftin 

Jofcfh Rscd, ^roo-J/^/illohn I>.^dd, Holden 

Thomas Hjie,jun. ditto jNabum Fay, Northborough 



Pliny Merrick, 
Daniel Fotbw, 
Amanah Frolt, 
Benjamin Reed, 
Andrew Peteit, 



dittOjJonathan Whetcomb, BoUnA 

ditto I Aaron Marfh, Douglaft, 

MiforA]o\in Chamberlain, DudUf^ 

M<r»^o»|BenjamiQ Kimball, f/^rv^rij 

ditrol 



H 



Coroners, 

Joihoa VVhitoey, JVerceJter Jofeph White, Lancafter 
Jcfiah Pierce, ditto William Dcdds, Princeton 

John Piefce, ditto Gerfhcm Cbapir, Uxbridgi 

Mark Lincoln, Lecminfrer'AnfefW^'nct'Sftt, If^iticbendon 
John Symondf, dirto Itbamar Wright, Brcokfield 

B'izaleel Lawrence, ditto'jonathan Dayi ^ai.'/jf' 

Thomas Dcnoy, Leicefter\^^\\\\im%t^^xnl,AJlburnbam 
s>ViJJiam Sprague, ditto Afa Pennimi<), Mendtn 

Elijah Garfield, Fitcbburg Jicob Pepper, ^twBraintrec 
Jo(eph Hartwell, Lunenburg £!ia$ Hall, ditto 

Peter Brown, ditto Jonas Miles, Weftmlr.fter 

§ila8 Jones, T<fw/'/*ro«|lfasc Mile?, Hylden 

Paoiel Oliver, jSarrr John Tyler, Mendfi* 

lofuh Goddaid, jitbol Simeon Fi/k, Sturbridgt 

Nathan Bridges, Soutbboro''^\^izc Davis, Northhorcugt 
fpfephSamner iM.ShretvJhury^ Mofes Smithy Sterljvi 



t ^3^ I 



, Sheriff <3«^ Deputks in Worcefter County 
i Wiiiiam Ca'dwel), of Worctfttr, Sheri;^, 

Deputy Sherifs. 
Timothy Ruggles, RutlandU^vnn U>iham, Brookjield 
joe! How,.. ^orc^/fer! iotham Bouker, Ptterjham 

Ephra'm Mower, dittolR-abettTowafend, Lancafur 

John Stower, ditto F/cderick Taft, TJxbriigt 

Tho. W.Ward, 5,&rew/?)jzry}jonathan SymondSjHar'var^i 
Jofeph Wslnbara, Z,er«//rfr 3»hn Holbiook, Sturbridge 
Jamts Lawton, flar^wifj^l Phonaaj Kimball, Lwbm^m'^ 
Edm. Barnard, PTefimjnfur Wctiphot Chace, LeominJ'er 
James Ormes, ^/jf/jcerijonacban Buttrick, Sterling. 

Jonathan H^bbar^, PaxtonlTrov/hiiigsTAylotSoutbhora'l 
joliD Albee, Dudiej\}o(eph Adams, Meadjt^ 



County of Hampfhire. 
Juflices o/Z/^tf Common Pleas, ^c* 
Eleaier Porter, of Hadlcjr, . 
John Blifs, of Wilbrahtm, 
Samuel Mather, of Weftfidd, 
Samuel Lymsfl, of Springfisid. 

Abraham Burbank, of WeftSpringfield, >• o...- i 
Joftin Ely. of Weft Spricgfi.ld, \ ^''•f' 

William Pynchon, of Springfield. -* jujt.ces. 

RobertBreekjof NorthatB?ton,C/<?ri& of the Fleas & Sejions' 

Eleazer Porter, of Hudley, -"v 

John Blifs, of Wilbraham, . j ; Appointed 

Samuel Mather, of Weftfield, y '<> f«"»A/y 
Samtiel Lym«n, of Springfield, f CivtiO^cers^ 
Sjmeon Strong, of Amberft, J^ 

Eleazef Porter, ofHadley, Judge of Probate. 
Samue! Hinckley, of Northampton, Kegifterof Ptobate, 
William Pynchot!, of Springfield, Regijter of Dtedi 
for tiic Southern Diftii^. 

Ebtnczer Hunt, of Northamptoa, Rdgifter of Dieds 
for the Middle Diftria. 

John Wiriams, of Deeifield, Pegifter of Deedt^ 
for the-Notthtro Diftrift, . 



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Civil Ojiciirs it Hiinp'hire C'uitr continued, 
j Jaflic£3 (?/"//3v» Peace and cf the Quoi u.ii. 

Caleb Stranf, N:>rtharKpt<!n\]M^i\x Ely, Weft ^pringfitU 
jSotormn S oddard, d.«to j I'ibrahjm BuibaaJc, ditto 
JEtjeeztr Hunt, dinot WiIlj8mPjrnchoo,^/>r/r^jf:f.y 

Sarouci Hi.-Kktey, d;«to|Wi.rc8 BiiA, ditto 

EJeizer Porter, Hj<^/<f)* Noah Goodman, ^o ttjkdey 

b-m^et Mather, »^./^ Da fid Srxfon. Durfi^' 

Samjel Fowitr, d!rto|jo/hua G.-fe.-j. jun. Wendell 

|ohn Biifi, ff^ilifrabam\ John Fowm^jua, Sluujhurf. 

Juflices of tiff Peace. I 

T'lmaihjRnhiuhDf Gran vi lie Chauncy Brewer, Spring^eld 



jdiiah Harvey, 
Tboaiai Botbank, 



d.'-tb 

ditN 



Joho Ho.-ktr, 
Jifeph WiJliams, 



ditto 
diua 
dictsr- 
i.tio 
ditto> 
Orar. re 



I.yif\L^oo&ii,H^^Spring^lj , ihofnas Dwight, 
PeUtiah flUft, ciitto'jjnathin Dwight, 

Lwcss Morgan, ditto.'G^orge Blifs, 

Mo^cs Gvnn, iWaw/a^M,?? ji/eph Mctcalf, 
EJi/iu Root, ditto'Ifaac i*t>v. crs, Creen-^'.cb] 

Divrd Smci!?, (7rffry?.-,'^]Nehemiah Stebbias, ditto 
Abrjer Morgan, BnmJ)eld\}Qha F.fk, d-tto 

jofjph BrowaJDg, ditto Samue! Wafe, jun, Conwaf 

WarhiTT, Parks, fPeftfi-U Ifracl Habart, ditto 

lohn Phelps, ducc VVillian-. Bj'iiag^, ditto 

Oavid %U(c\ij, d.tio Eiifiia niiliogs, d'tto 

Jofeph Lyman, i'i'o 2beR«z:r Sne!!, Cunmir.^t'^n 

Samuel Tarlor, Bucklmd NViUiam White,, Gofiert 
Oanie! SHawr, 7«w ^^aVm Eph. Wright, NtrthamptoK 
Ezekie^K-IJog, Jan. ditto|Wil:iam Lymao, d fto 

John KJrklarrd, AVw;f£>jiraac Coit, Southwick 

Ab;i Wilder, CiaW^sjicmaui Fowler, dirto 

Ebin. Mattoor>jun. ^/kI'^'// Abel G;-odellj Morfon 

Oanie! CooJey, dI:toj'-b Wright, J^ernardftsn 

Simeon Strong, d-'tto|Kez£ki2h Newcotrb, d»fto 

Jonathan ja:?*, Southampton ■^it.l*Ti\'\n^oattf,Cbefter field 
Lemuel Pome:ny. d.ttojWm.BciJmMi, fl'tUiamfi/urg 

• ahum Eager, IFo' tbingd^nUShn Go^i^nry^ J^orxiuk 
SjrlvcfVcr Judd, d^tto Ebe.oezcr G:ay, Ptihatn 

Hugh McClelian, ToVr^j/a Adam Ciarke^ ditto 

•jorrt,Kale,jaa,iffff^M«K/>wj*^h'nt3fi Stevens, H'ilf>rjhaat 
Gideon Burt, diftoijuflus Artimm, Hiard/efd 

Darid VVhicn»rc,5a«i:/«r/iZ«<^]E<}w8!^d Wa'.kcr, ditto'. 



Juftices 6#. in Hainpfliire continued., 



tebenexer Wales, Cbefter\lL{i{hk Huot, tiofthptd 

b^vid S^epard, dsttc Cbadiah DickiD(on> ditto 

Pftiiip Phillips, ^/^e/^|CharU« Phelps, ' tiadiey 
jNenrjr D Wight, ^i/fi^^r/zswlFienvariiin Smitfij Hatfefd 

^*?^'i/y Sheriff, 
)»y d Mnr^jiii, Brm^i.dile^e Mirrill, AJkfii-'d 



)9Bi«l CUp, Mo^t0gy< 

'.lij^h Dwj|ht, Bth^irjien 

*l©f?iCook|jBB. Amhf'fi 
ofcph PetticJi rt'iVro 

'fre? C!sp, Southampton 
ifapb fiingi Wtlbrethsm 

Coroners 



Ezekiel Befssra, Qnmfiel 
Samuel Portifj iiadhy\ 



r!d«on Bart, totigMeadow 
oh4n King, ?rtf/>/<i 

^hn Long, Sbilburne 

!i/h3 Root, Msntag^m 

h%r.tz%t SoItWQod, Amhsffi 
eojjmio Burgefs, Gojhen 
tmufl Bate, Brimfifld 



3eBJa,P,'?fcBtt, Northampton 
Q^gaitiiS Pomcroy, «^/V/9 

EJjfh* ^a^Hx^Wo'thington 
Ssvills Nfctcsif, 0''^?^<r 
jcSah Mill?, UefierJiM 



County o/Berk(hite, 
Jttftices o/^^# Common Pleas, eS?^, 

Jahleel WoodbriJge, of Stockbtidge. 

Elijah Dwjghtj, of Great Barnngtoa. 

Tompfoo JvSkincer, of WiliiatnAoQ* 

John Bacon, of Stockbridge, 
Timothy Edwards,of Stockbridge, "1 Stecial 
William Walker, of Lenoxj > «/ /• • 

Nathaniel Bifhop, of Richmond, J •/"■>"'^"' 
ahleel Woodbndge, of Stockbridge, Judge of Probate, 

I Ed ward Ed';?ard8, of Stockbridge, Regifter of Prohte, 
lofey Hopkias, F.e^rrfter of Deeds ^ Southern Diftrift, 
Caleb Hyde. jun. Regijter of Deeds, Middle Diftr<ft. 
fames Barker, Regifter of Deeds, Northern Difirift. 






Juftices, Z7^. in Berkihire County. 
Juflises of ihs PsaCe ««^ of thi Quorum. 



Jab.Wo(5dbr}dg<, StoCkbridge 
?cd6fe SedgWifik, ditto 



Toffip.j. Skinner, ff^illiapkjfi 



Tboma* Iver, dtuo 

g!i *oor, 

H«r.ry Vjio3fti*isck, ditte 
jar.-. P4itr:d-p, ditto 

Woolcot Hubbjll, ditse 

Daniel R--.w3, iia--(^isj}£/d 



Elijah SfGwn,' $mkhid'^i 

„..,. Henry W.DwI^hf^. ditto 

Fut0eld Si;rB)»b« f^i^wtJlj. di:tfl 

William fJruftfuo, ^^i/i^r^J 

A^ariih E^tieAoQ* dit^« 
JQtn §tcwghi0O| ditts 

The, Lufk, WtdSmkbiUgt 
Epbra;rn Fit?b, E^nmom 



olonion I^obbinf, dittOjDanle; Taylor, M Tnariborti 
^•atbanieJ Kirgftiry, f/'/rbfijona, ReiDrBiflgtoo, Ci;#/^?>< 



James G3te', /{j'ti' 



:«£/'Jofl4ua Bea!8, 



Viiidlm 



X)mi Ncb;«, Williamf.ii 



Wii!i?in YouDf, 
I-'aac StrsttcRy 

Gidion Martini 

Npah Ely, 



diU£ 
tV\U 



D^vid RofTctsr, ''iuo 

£b«.i. F« rce, Fartridgifiild 
WijHam laga'Uf ttf# 

Bb^s^'xcr Jerkhit, dittp 
Wjllum Wiliiams, I)a!toK 

Simon Earned, of {'ittsficld 
Deputy Sherifs, 
joreph Good i;h, Sbefficld'y^'WUm Hn\X\(titt Pittsph 
Ezra Kf Up?, (?r.^<2'''""»^r»fl}M3rftiall Jones, ^J<?w 

Na- han RoIiiUr, Eicbjnond'JjfiibJQncijxin, Stockbridg 
Johc Fooc, l?'illiamJjon\]eitn\\ih WilLams, Z/^Z/o 

Coronsrs. 



John Nidi, Gr. Barringtcn 
Joha Stouphton, iensJf 

William A /h'ey, Sheffield 
pat'ius Larned, Vittsf^dd 



Trift. Brovrning ?atridgefit\ 
tlias Jones, ^^.-^-P^ 

John Partridge, Pittsf.tk 
jobn BaeoD, jua. Rubtmrni 



.L_y.s 



Coun4y o/York, 
Juilices <?//^^ Common Pleas, 6^. 

Riih^'orth Josrdaa, of Eiddefojd, 
Benjaoiio Chadboum, of Berwlclc, 
Jpfeph Siqopfon, of Vork, 
Nathaniel Wells, of Wells. 
Bdward Cutts, cf Kittery, Special Juftict, 
JaHa HsardBirtUtt, of Kittery, C/<fr;^o/,-Ae Phai, ^f, 
Rifhworth Jordan, of Bid deford, ') ^.^ • , - 
B«ni,min Cbadhourn, of Berwick. C fTl"/;/! 
H....^Cu»,of^ijt.y CcW^jff 

Nathfiniel We'l«, pf Well«, ?! *'.*'*' 

Jofepb SirRpf-'O, of Yorlf, Jw^^* ofPfohate, 
David Sew^it. of York, Rsgijl^r of Pyohate, 
WjlHanj Froft, Regifur e/ J5«(/j jb^ C(3k»?j> Treafurer. 

Juftices &/ th Peace *??76/ 5/ /^^ Quorum. 



lohn Fffoft, i^///tfr> 

Daoiel Pcirce, fiitta 

Tjift* Jord»o, Pepferelhri' 



Ljfhworth fardao, Biddefcrd 
loicph SiaipfoB, T*(?r^ 

Js^baoieS Walla, r?/// 
limon Frye, Frydurg 

Jufliccs 0/ the Peace. 

llunjph.Ch^dbourn, ^/rp^/f^j/ofepH Farcuro, LeboMon 
l>cn}iaic*J5 Ooodwio, dittofAndrew Burley, Waterhoro 



lobn Hiii, 

lobo C. Chadboaro, 
Irentifs Metlco, 
)bft H. Ba^tlett, 
>^ua Hubbard; 
jha Kingft)yry, 
}fepb BrsgdoO) 
>feph Tucker, 
srtmiah HiU, 
^ftjamif) Hooper^ 
ibo Storer, 



ditto 
ditto 
ditto 

ditto 
York 
ditto 
ditto 
Biddefird 
ditto 
Wsllt 



Samyel Scribner, 



ditto 



enfamin Brown* )un. ditto 
|altb Eme^'y, Sandford 

imutl Nafoti, ditto 

Icbabod Coodwia, 



j ofephChsdboorn,Z.rV/^^Fdr//« 
TbottiasCutta, Pefferelhrti* 
jchn Lowe,juii. Coxbali 
Joff ph Gilpatrjck, tifen'ck 
BeHJa, RyOell, FulUpRon 
Daniel Wood, Sbapleigb 
HenryY, BrcwB, Brownfifld 
Jcibua Small, SmalPsTown 
|*cob Bradley, 5»ac/««i 

Thomai Vixiom^Parfomfield 
Mofei Amai, Fryeburg 

William PeifoM, ^^r*<i 



of Berwick, Sktriff, 
Deputy Sheriffs, 
nwa Gpuld, y^rw»</«//j Mark Lord, Serioick 
(buaLuct, TVr/i Jofepb Froft, ^;/^* 
feph Hubbard, l#V//i! William Emcrj, San/ord 
rift.Gilpatrick, Btdde/ord\?h\\tp P«|e^ Frytburg 
babod Fairfield, 5tf« W;l " 



I '36 ] 



r " G:^foB€r? in York County. 

William Lfightoii, KUtt*y)JS.z^\t\ Wsiker, Fr^ehurg, 
Benjaraio Peifcer, iltN jijioiel Fat ingtors, «)ittoj 

afob §ho»ay, fi^^<K;jfljJohii S9 wardt ^«'* 

oftyh Prime, di'lOjEdward Emeifoo,jqn, ditto 

ihnC'tc, IF'*//! OaeJeJ Wood, Xrf*#«o» 

?ivi(S Hoopsfj Biddtfcrd] _______________ 

"^"^ "" ' 6Vitt«/y c/ Cumberland. 
Juftices ^/"^^^ Common Pk^t, t^c* 
Dttrid Mi €»:e'4 pf N »h y^rn'^uffe, 
}o^n t«WJf, Of N( 'th yiro.t ffhi 

Willi?fn OoHtH; t<f C .rhjiu, 
Wt!li«m TH .mpfij'^, of j»c*>^bur«u|h, ? 

WjlJijm Gorhao), tif Gohsm, 'j'u g^- ef : 



yufttm 
Fro ttitf. 



ifase Jiiify, «f Portland, Hegtjtet cf b«(dh 

Jufticcs ff/i^s? Pesce ^/^^^ ip/M^ (Quorum. 

Jehi* Iy«wie^ ditto Peter T. Swjuh| H^Mh&K 

gtmuf i Frtemto, ^ortlandi 

Jy ft ices o/thg Peace 



Stephen Hall. Finland 

DdcicS Vi^m^t ditto 

j9hQ Frothiogbim, ditco 
Petfr Koy««, faimomh 

jofipb Noyef, dn.- 

Edmuod PbmatjT) Citrhant 
G«er|e L«w>i, d«tto 

S*muclC»lef, CapeEUmahth 
David Stfout, ditf^ 

Willivm Simonton ditto 
Cbmeot Jorda"?, d" o 

Ifft&e Psrfons, NrwGlouceJIer 
Witlism Widgcry, ditto 
Jc/lhita Fabyaa, Sc arbor tu^b 
Milium Tbowpfon, 



V^illiamSyitaftcr.Htf^-^/w*/ p 
Benjamin Dunning^ dith 
5am. Metiill, No,Tarni0uti , 
Wjiham Martin, ditd 

;ohn C oft*. eg, Fr'eeper | 

fobn Di8D, Standi/, 

J )hn PeterfoB» Brunf%vie 
Ns^hiniet Larrabee, ditt 
jofiah Peirce, FlimUTs'at 
P»ul Li' tie, ;fiW/><ii 

Jafeph Hnoper, ditt 

Icb«bod BoDoeji ^uftit 
John Turner, ditt 

AndrewDunniog, Sruttfwh 

dirtoiEoocb Periej, Bridgm '^ 

dirto' 



C M7 ] 



Officers in Cumberland County continued. 
David Mitchell, of North Yaimoutb,'^ . , 

John LewiiT of No»th Yarmouth, ( ^pp'-tr.teA 
Jofuh Thacher, of Gorham, C J" ■iTL^'' 

Wniiam Gorhatn. of Goibam, J CtvtiGfficcri 

John Waite, of Portland, Sheriff, 
Deputy Sheriffs, 



Bertjamin Baylejr, Falmouth 
John Baker, Portland 

jona. ArmftroDg CapeElizab, 



Tho. Thompfoo, Brunfivick 



Lewis Gajr, ' OtUJield 

£bec(zer Kollock, ditto 
Abraham Leavit, Scarboro 



BezaSeel Loring, l^\G keeper Silas Chadboura, Gotham 



A Dcjjoty is at Standi/b 



Coroners 

James Lunt, Port.'and'i Afa Lewit, NortbTarmutb 

Da»id Barker, ^iWi>^w Samuel Tbompfoo, Scar^or*' 
Peleg Chaodler, N^GieceJierlSttp. ?wi\ti%KQ^»Harffv)eU, 



County of Lincoln. 
Juftices of the Common Pleas, 6tf. 
Wiliiam Litbgow, of Georgetown, 
Thomaa Rice, of Pownaiborou. ., 
Nathaniel Tbwiog, of Wooiwicb, 
Jcfeph North, of Hallowelt, 
Waterman Thomas, of Waldoborcugb* 
Henry Dearborn, of Pittftoo, "J i^^,, ' i 
Daoiei Cony, of Hallow ell, <" ^/f . 

Dummer Sewall, cf Bath, -> 7^'""* 

oca.Bowman,jun.ofPownaiboro', Clerk efthe Fleet, &e, 
William LItbgow, of Georgetown, 
~" ' Dedimut 

qualify 
Civii Officers^ 

bnatban Bowman, cf PcwnaSborough, J^dge ofPtobate, 
Jonathan Bowman, jtin* Btgijitr of trobate, 
Nathaniel Thwiog, of Woolwich, C^ur.ty Treajw^eft 
Thomas Rice, of Pownalborough, hegifier of tetdt, 
Juftices of the Peace and of the Quorum, j 
m. Lithgow, G0or^ff0ft;niDaniel Cooy, HaUctveiA 

ana. Bowmto, Pc/wfia.'bc-o , A^mnitt Nichols, £ri^oli 
homas Rice, dicicJFrsncij Wicter, Bathl 




at hapiel Thwicp ffoolti icb\Zimw\ Tibbit, Bowdetnl 
atcrm. Tboma*, f ^'aldoborel' \ I 

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^[_!.38_] 

Civil Officers in Lincoln County continued. 
Juflices of the Peace, 
jofao Stinron, tJeorg^<r<5«>«! Henry frloige, Pownalboro 
Dummar SnwaH, JS^r/jj David S)fl»efter, ditto 

Arthor Nob!?, Nob'eborougb^ Arthur Lilhgow, Wi«fn 
Jafeph North, fta^/ewf/Zi Ezekiel Pattec, ditto 

Siinuel Dutton, ditto Jc-fiah Brewe?, ditto 

William Bro&ks, ditto. George Warren, ditto 

Nafhjnfs! Durrmer, ditto] Ahra.Prebb'e, Bowdcirbam 

ditto 

Srifiol 

ditto 

Csnaan 

ditto 

Warren 

Greene 

Fairfield 

^''a!es 



Benja. Wi)odbridgc, ^/ra;c<jy?/e jZaccheas Beale, 



0;Chard Cooke, ditto 

Samuel Hamden, Wool-wicb 
John MerriH, Top^am 

Samuel Thompfon, ditto 
S*ofe» Davis, Edgcombe 

William McCnbb, Bootbbdy 
Oliyer Wood, Sorridgtivoclc 
John Moore, ditto 

EbenezerFarwell, ynjdboro' 
Dennis GetcheH, ditto 



Thomas Johnfoc, 

Thomas McClurCj 

Peter Hayward, 

Samuel Wefton, 

Pavick Pebbles, 

Becjamm Merrill, 

Samuel Toby, 

Simon Dearborn, 

Mofc8 Sterling, SendyRiver 

William Reed, /Vo. 3. ditto 



Obadiah Wi|Uams,fr5/&/«F«i«l Ebinezer Heald, 



Hancock 
Robert Page, Readfitld] John McKelter, Cufhing 

Jedid^sh !ewett, P/rr/?3»iBeojamin Fofter, Macbi&s 
David FalM, 1h(/maJion\]9mxhAn '^h\K\niy'f^intbrop 

Mafon WheatoEy d^ttoj Melatiah jordao. Trenton 

Jaeob Ludwig,^£i/£/o^5roBjfi>|Edw.Ricb3rdfon/*i'»>'iC<2«<i. 
Edmuad Bridge, of Pcwnalborough, Sheriff, 
D'epitty Sheriffs. 

Jacob Lowr, BatbMm. Gregory, juo, Cambden 

Sam. Goodwin, PewKa/buro'l&mos Goodry, BrjBol^ 

WiiRam Patterfoa, ditto! J-jho Borland, Booibbuy. 

Samuel Kecnedy, fveivca^leltbta, Beffe, NewSar.dwicb^ 
Solomon Parker, pyifiJJoioi Jofi^h Mitchell, Re^dJieJd. 
Corc'ners. \ 

WiUiam Ltw'iu Peivxa'boro* Ifaac Savage, jun 



Gearge Er'iviac, ditto 

Thorn*? Bo)d, Brifiol 

Robert Rsndalf, ditto 

John White, Georgstown 
Charles Stm^U^lf^aidiboro 



Wiilism Brooks, 
Mofes Sewa'l, 
Samuel Wood, 
Jofeph Herrick, 



Halloinelt 
ditto 
ditto 

fVinihrcp 

Greene 



SolomoB Adams. Sandy ^iver 



EbecezerPattcf, F<z^.'iaro' EEekielThompfoo, Topjbam 



John North, 



/'/f ?/?9nl N^atfc. Bryanr, f^fiucafiit 



i 



.cr.s- 



/ /Appointed 
V to qualify 
\ Ci'vil Offirtrs, 



C '; q J 

County of Hnncock. 
Juftices of ihe Comi-non F.'eas, 6'^» 

Paul Oudiey Sergeant, of Su'livan, 
Oliver Parker, of Penobfcot, 
William Vioad, of Vinalha?e&. 
Jonathan Eddy, of Penobfcot, J Speciaf 
Jofeph Hboe-f, of Perobfcot, f Jupicet. 
Thomas Fhihips, C/^r* cf the Pleas end SeJJi 
Pao' Dudley Sergeant, of Sullivan, Judge of Proba 
Jonathan Eddy, cf '^'tno\s(coX,Reg:fier of probate, 
S mron Fowle^ o'^^ Orringtoo, County TreaSurtr. 
WaMism wVebbrr, of Penobfcor, Regi jlfr of Deeds, 
Haul Dudley Sergeant, of SuliivaD, 
Olivsr Parker, of Penobfcar, 
WUliam Vinail, of Vinalhavcn, y ^. .,^^ 

Jofepb Flibbfrt, of Penobfcot. J ^'"^^ ^■^' 

Juftices of the Peace and cf the Quorum 
Paul I>. Sergeant, 5«<^«"ir»j foTaiban Eddy, Penobfcot 
Oliver Parkc'j, Pcwc/'y'cji/ Gabriel Johonaot, duto 

William Vjnal!. Vwalba-ven^ 

Juftices cf the Peace 

V/i1]'3OT Shaw. Goldflorougb ,^zi\)z.m\'a Shute, Tra^ifart 
"ofijjh H.bVrt. i>^«e^/ci»/ ( Jofeph Tyler, . Deerfjle 
fonathaxi Buoir, di^.to) Lemuel Weeks, Be'ifajl 

"^icbolaj Half, 2y!ueHi'/l\Fiancis he Baron Goodwin, 
mean Fow'ver, Orringcon '(Frankfort 
Richard HuoceweiJ, of Penobfcct, Sbuiff. 
Deputy Sheriffs, 
ofiiiia^ Weodmac, F^»fiy«r AbrabamTortellotf, Bangor 
>aT:d Hows, d^tro ThomaeBur'«mai, D«rf*?V.?^ 
^^illiam Crabtree, 5»//;V««' Courtney Babb:dgp, Deerjjie 
John Winro.'i, Feneh/cotf ^ 
Tbomas Robbins, Deer Ijhy ^ Coroners, 
Peter Has-dy. ditto, J 



County of Wafhingtoo. 
Juftices of t^c Common Pisas, ^c* 

Stenhen Jones, of Machi.as, 
James Avery, of Machos, 
A ies?nder Campbell, of No. 4« 
John Cane, of No. i a. 
George S:i!!man, of iVjachia*, Special Jufitce, 
Ralph Hart Bowleg, Clerk ff the Flea: and Hejiors. 



A?«iDd-r Campbell, No. 4 
John Cfar.c, PaJJ'amaqur.ijy 
Lemuel Trcfcott, ditto 

Tkeodoie Liocoln, dittoi 

John Cooper, of Macbias^ Sherif. 



[ HO ] 



me.. Of M,chi«, 1 AppolntU 

ery, of Mechias, t to fmear 

Campbell, of No. 4, \ /.• 1 nir'' 

/vj J J 1 Civtl Officer i> 

as, of Paffkraaquady, -' -^ 



ITmr/ Officers in V/aftiington County 
Stephen jooes, of Machias, 
James Avery, 
Alexander 
John Crans 
Stephen Jones, of Macbias, Judge of Probate, 
James A»ery, of Machiatt Regifier of Probate. 
Geoige StiUman, County Treafurer and Regifier of Deeds. 

Jafticei cftffe Peace and Quorum. 
Stepbeo jams, rdjcbics \ jamti Avery, Macbiat 
Jaftlces of the Peace. 



Jofeph Pierponf, No. *». 
Daoiel Mcrritt, No. 6. 

George Stiilman, Macbiat 



William Albee, Mnchtaiy i Dtputf 

»4?> Tk Sbertffs 

William Albee, Keener of ibeCountf Gaol, 



A&drew Bowm*a,PaJ'amajuad--i 
illiara Albee, Keeper tj 
Stephea Ptrker, Machias^ / ^ 
Jeremiah Obrien, Macbiat, \ Coroners, 



DY the ConfjirutioD, all judicjaiOffieefs, du?T appointedj 
commilTioned and fworo, (haii hold their O'Tices dur. 
ioggood bchivioiir,excepting fuch concerning whom there 
is different provifion made j tho' ch* Governor, with th« 
cofifeot of Council, may remove them apoo the Addrefs of 
both Hcufes of the Legiflature, 

That the People may not fufFer from the long contf- 
nnance ia P!ace of any Juftics of the Peace, who fliat) fail 
of difcharging the important Duties of his Office^ with 
Ability and Fidelity, ail Co:7>miHjoa8 of Juftjcea of the 
Peace /hail expire aad became void in the term of feve% 
Years from their »efpeaive Dates; and upon the expira- 
tion of any CummixTu-o, Che fime may, if occcifary, be 
rentwe-j, at another appointed. 

Eich Branch of the Ltgiflature. as well a) theOovemor 
and Council, have Auchoiity to requirs the Opiai-cns of 
he Juftices of the Supreme Judirial Court upon impor- 
taat QueftionB of Law, and Uf,ofi foiemn Occafun*. 

All Quefticnj of Divofce and Al<mony aie to be heard 
and cried by the Supreme jodiciaiCurt held in theCouoty 
•^Ltiz the Paaiei iife ; ~a«d the D eem to be final. i 



Princes. 



•^ 



Of thu iCtags, frinces. ^e. in iiarope 

Ai fht late and p-efent C-'mmotiont amynjr tbe Potentate! 

in Eurcpe, have bien for fomg Tea^s toe Jupjeff cj' politi. 

cal Speculation, itittby't hy the Edi'ors that tbe fol 

U-wing Account of their Agei^ &'c, w/7/, at this tifn 

be ufiful and entertaining, 

f R A i>J C E. I 5. Edward, born Novem- 

LEWIS, xvi.the iateKirjg. |b5» 2, 1 767. 
was barn atNivarre Aug.23,1 6. Aupufta Soahia,' hofn 
1754, and gullotined jaa.! Novcmbsr S, 1768. 
»i,1793, for treafoa again/?! 7. ElUibelh, boro M»j 
the Rc(>ublic. H« mafr;cd'2 i, 1 770. 
Ap. 19, 177O1 t3 Marts An-i 8. Sroeft Aoguftas, born 
tonieua, the Emperor'e Sf-'Jjse 5, 1771. 
ter, born No*. », 175 <> who! 9. Aaguftug Fred crick » born 
alfu waa Kuliocintri by dee-'cs) janoaij 27, 1773. 
of the Tribufial, Odo, 16/ 10. AdolpLus Vri-dffnck, 
179^. Th-ir xfTus, Pxincjf$|born Fsb-.uiry 24., »774. 



Maria-Tevefa Charlott2,bor, 
Dec. 19, i7;8.TbeDau?hin 
born March 17, 1785, and is 
now kept in ciftidy by or- 
der of tbe Nanonal Coov^o- 
tino, who has the fn}c Ruie 
ofth? French Republic. 
GREAT BnJTAm. 
Gearge ill, King,& Efec- 
for of Hstmver, born Jane 4^ 
«7l?, maf.led Sept.8, 1761, 



I ». Maty, born April 25, 
1776 

IS, Sophia, born Navem- 
bcr 3, J777 

13. Amtlia, born Auguft 
7. *783 

The King's Brothsr and 

Sifter ajt; 

Augufta,Durchef8 of Branf- 

wick, born March 12,1737, 

William Henry, Duke of 



to the Princcfb Chajlotlc cfj Gioucefter, and Earl ofCon- 



M^.cklingburg Srrelitz, who 
wasborn May «6. 1744. — 
Their 'prefcTt IlTue at. 



1743 



naultj burn Nov, 25 
SPAIN. 
Charles iv. Kjog ofSpaic, 
174S 
Married to Ftincef*. Louifa of 
Parma, born Dec, 9, 1751, 
The furviviog liTue are, 
Augu.*? 16, I7'>3. Fe)dir;and Anthony, pit- 

3. WiilumHiiry D ik-^ ofj<^e.ii King of Naples, arc 
Ciar=nc«,bjri-» Au^. n i7i5|both S»cili«8, born Jasoary 
4. ^'rriccf? R-yal.Char'ottal 12, 1751. 
A«.?nft3 MatjJda. born Sp-j Anthony Pafcali bjrn Dc- 
ttfflbtr 29, T766. Icember 31, t 75^. 



George Prince of Wales, 'born Nover.jber 
bofD Auguft 12, I762> 
*. Frederick, Duke o'^Yo'k, 
Biih.ip o^ Ofnaburgh, born 



L»795'3 



f._'42 J 

Eurcfem Potentates continued. 



PORTUGAL. 
Muria Ftar.cei Ijahel la. 
Queen of PortugaJ, born 
Decairibir 17, J734. Her 
iiTae bj the late K.ing her 
Uncle, are, 

John- Maria- Jofsph- Lewis 
Prince of Brazil, born May 
13**767. 

Marianoa Vifloria, born 
December 15, 1765J. 
H O L L A N D 
Prince William of Orange^ 



■I ^_f ^ «> i u u A u. England^ and has ifTue three 

I'ona and three danghtefs 
jjvi«5cij oj rortuga*, ootd AdoJpbui Fredt.fick, Tv, 
Duke of Mecklenburg, Stre- 
iitz, born May 5, n^^, 
DENMARK. 
Clrijt'tsn VII. King of 
Denmark.boro Jan.i9.i749, 
hath iffue by his late Queen 
CiroJine Matilda of Englafid, 
Prince Frederick, bom Jan. 
317. 176 G. Prinrcfs Louifa 
Augufta, born July 7, 1 771. 
S W E D E M. 
JNiSfch ly, 1748. Marriedl Guftavut, King of Sweden 
|Fr«dericaSophiaWilhelnQina,j born Jan. 24,1740. Married 
|Sift«r to the Kingof PiuiTia.jihePriQCcfs Sophia Magda- 
jThe.r iiTue, William Frederic, !ene of Denmark^ and has 
;born Auguft ^, 1771. 'ifluc Prince Guftavus Adol- 

I William George Fredericiphus, born Nov, 1.1778 
jborn February i 5, J774. POLAND, 

icaLuuifa-Sv.lbe mina Stanijlaui Augujtus, (for- 



bornj 



jFred 
* bjfii Nc»fmber l^, 1770. 

p a u s s I A. 

Frederick iVUHam, King 
of Pruffii. u Eieftor ofSran- 



deaburg, b">rf^ Sist. 2^,1 744. 
G E R ?vl A N Y'. ■ 



metly Count Poniatow/kiJ 
bjrn Ian. I7. 173«. eleftcd 
King Sept. 7, 1764. 
RUSSIA, 
Catharine, I r. Daughter 
i'of Ghfiftian Augaftut^Prioce 
Lecpsld^ H. Esnpcfor of.of Aohalt-Zerbft, born May 
Germmy, born May 5,1747 .2. 1729. Married Peter m 
M«rr»:d ttf Ma;y Loii fi, jGrandfon of Peter 1. wh0 
Infanta of Spain, Thcr illus; b-ing dspofed in 176-, ^e 
Frsncis, Fe-dicand, C paries, was procla-med faJe Empref$ 
\'rKaader4 J->f?pb, Apjony, "jf all the RurHia's.Their jfrue 
j'^h-, RtT-J<^leph, Louis- ^.incc Paul Pett.iwitz, boro 
Jofeph, R(doip;ms, Ma^ia, 'Oiljber i, I754, and a 
^^a•ia An3e,Ma'ja GiCment; Daughter, 
sod Maria Ameira. j S A R D A N I A. 

Charges ^f^'iiiamFerdi land J J^i^or Amadeui Maritt 
Duke of Bfurifwick Luoer}-! born June «6. i7»o« 
jburg, aod Cenefsl in the K.j ITALY. 

fof Pruffii's fertice, bom! Pope i'/Ki, v j, boro Dec» 
|0£tober 9. I7s5. Marncdi'j7, X7'7. elettcd ^o/^ff Feb* 
ro ih« PrJncefe Augufta ofji^, »7 7S« ^ 



C t4^ ] 



7be folloiuing LIST of the mojt confiierable forsi^a 
Cwti, wi(b-'(be Number of Iijh?b*tant9, was pub- 
iij'hed in the Tear 179*, f>r the accuracy of lobich tht 
Editors oj tbs Rsgitlsr tuHl not avsucb j hut it iv'ill 
ferve to give a gensrai idea of the pspuhufnifs of eab, 

{[Phofcwho are ia poffsiT.on of Gazer:eer$, or BooUt 

defcnbsQg Empires and Kingdoms, mar ealiiy find the 

fituatroo of toe oadeimeptionsd Piascs] 

A Berdeeo, 20,000 

Alcm»er, 8000 

Aix la-Chapelle, 44,000 

Algiers, 100,000 

AUeabourg, 8,?co 

Aitona^ 44,000 

Atnft^riJjm, « 30.000 



Aftracan, 70, coo 
Augtbour^j 36,000 
Avigaoi), 3.5,000 
Bruilelf, 1 00, 000 
BfuafwicJc, £1,385 
BudiJ,. 2,1,600 
Bagdag, 500,000 
Barcelona, 63,000 
Baftja, 5,000 
Bataria, 144,026 

{Bergen, 16,000 
Birilc, 1 38,1*5 
Ber*fi, 13,600 
Birmiogham, 50,195 

jBoiogna, 72,000 
Bourdeaux, 84,000 

Bremen, 30,000 

Brellau, 58,000 

!B..eft. z4,&oo 

[Biifitil, 100,000 

Cadiz, 70,000 

Cairo, 200,000 

Calcutfa, 600.000 

Carthageoa, 2^,000 

CHfTel, 20,000 

jChambra^r, 20,000. 

Chatlron, 1 i,oan» 

Cb«inultz. 9,000 



Chrii>iaaa, io,oo» 
Cobourg, 65561 
Cc'bcrg, 5,000 
Ciiogne, 4^^,500 
Cocftance, 3,417 
Coftaotinopie, 1,000,000 
Copenhagee, 96,800 " 
Cork, 87,000 
Caftrio, 4,000 
Dantzick, 4?,ooo 
Da;mftadt, 7,000 
Deox-ponts, 5,000 
Drefdea, .50,000 
Dublin, 750,0.00 
Ediobufgh, ^0,863 
Eifinore, '/.ooo 
EmbdcD, 7.474 
Etfun, 14,642 
Fiortnce, Sr,ooo 
Frankfort 00 M2in,43,ooo 
Frankfort on Oder, 9,^ 
Friedbery, 9,000 
Genoa, So, 300 
Gc.-'Cva, SojOOo 
Giafj^ow, 30,000 
Gettingec, 7,628 
Gottenburg, 20,000 
Granada, 70,000 
Gfon'ogen, xo,qoo 
Halle, 41,000 
Hambu'gh, 100,000 
Hanau, ii.264 
Hacover, 15,448 
Haarlem. 30,000 
Hague, 37,000 



r 1^4- 1 



jfJcidelberg, g.ono 



iKoainfbe-g iriPfu fia, 62,63 
iLoid.?o, i>ooo,ooo 
JLtfge, 8 3, oca 
'Limerick, 31,000 
jLifboo, 160,000 
Ltghorn, 45,000 
Lubec, 3f>;0">o 
iLocca, 3 9. coo 
JLyoos, 150.000 
jLeiiden 48,030 
JLeipfic, 3z»ooo,. 
iLiverpoo), 54iOCO 

|Mddr»f8, 530,000 

JMadti^, 1 54,ono 
[MapdebouiiK, Zs,S49 
|Ma!aga» a.!,»-o 
|Manche«^er, 4«,'*i|6 
|Minheian, 2 4, 190 

M*nt!ia, 25,000 

Marfeilles, 87,4.10 

Majr^oce, i7,ooo 

Meffina, %n,oao 

Mexico, 160,000 

Macao. 406,000 

MidQlebjurgb, 14,000 

Milao, 1^2,000 

Modena. 30, roo 

MonrpC'ier, 30,000 

Mu;CO*w, J 00 J 000 

Municf), 40,000 

Nancy, 30,000 

Nipies, 383,900 

Neufcbafej, 3,000 

NJce, 25,000 

Norwich, 50,000 

Norer.baig, Jtjooo 

Ofnabufg.i>, 6,000 

Padna. 39.^00 

PaJermo, lao.ooo 

Paris. ?of,ooo * 



/ inn-ibitants continued. 
Pck n, », 000, 000 



Pe'.«fil>argh, 160,000 
P.fa, Ij,070 
Porto, 40,039 
Pot fdafn, ^8,000 
Prague, 74, 800 
PrffbuT-gh, 36,100 
Ra^b, Zo,oao 
Raifboa, «s,oqo 
R'ga, X7,ooo 
Rome, i6z,ooo 
Rotte.d?m, 50,000 
Roueo. 86,500 
Scbweldnitz, 8, too 
Schwerin, 9,900 
Segovia, 8,000 
Seville, izo,ooo 
Sjracufe, 14,009 
Smyrna, 100,000 
Stade, S,ooo 
Stockholm, 75.600 
Stralfond, 13,300 
Stratfbufg, 60.000 
Stutgart, 22,100 
Thorn, 10,000 
Trieftc, iSjOoo 
TuTin, 87,000 
Toleda, «o,ooo 
Trapqnebar, 15,000 
Toul, 30.000 
Venice, 149,400 
Verona, 57,000 
Ve<fai(]c8, Sf^, coo 
Vierna, aac^coo 
U'^erht, ZojOOO 
U 03, 15,000 
Wariaw. ? 8,000 
We!ma». 6,000 
V/ereJ. 8,000 
Ycrk, l^74t 
Zurich, 10, ;n© 



i:i pot>ulcu'» the 



oQ'regiOUfi^ rhan loni&n., bur i« f»ot 
a.;cr cxceedi&g \t by zoo>ooo People.'} 



C HS 



^dditionf and Alterathnr, 
OIVCE printing the ftated term* of the fittings of tfce 
DJjiriff Courts , p. 1 5. Congrcfs has pafled a Law for 
lltering foms of the fame, v'u. The faid Courts in Majfa- 
tbufetts to be he'd in future on the third Tue£ddj in 
March, the fourth Tutfday in June, the fecond Tuefdajr 
in Septemb-r, *od the )fryf TueI'day io Dccenaber,— — 
In Pennfylvania oa the third Moa^iji in February. May, 
Augaft, aod November : —And in Geor/ia, \a the City of 
Savannah on the fecond Tuefdays in February, May, and 
4«igoft J and mAu^ufta on thifecond Tuefday in Novein, 
The following are appointed Concflors of the Dotict or 
manofaftured Snujf, re6ned Sug^tr, iVheel Carriag- s, 
and L/Ve»^« to fe!! foreign diftilJed Spirits hy Recaii ; 
agreeably to an A£t of Congrer*, paiTed in June 1794 



Thomas Clarke, for Norfolk 
fofeftb Otis, Barnftabk 

Henry IV. Dioigbt, Berkshire 
4bet if^bitrey, H?mpftiire 



Jofepb Tucker, York 

Dafi'.el Epesx Cumberland 

Francis Ccokf Lificoin 

Jcbn Lee, Hancock 



4brabam,Liric^ln, Worcefterj^.iw teafe, Dukes Ccuoty 
^iliiam Goodwin, i- iy mouth iVe/>i)<« Hu^ey^ Man tucket 
Hodijah Baylies, Tauntool 
Samuel Moore, Colleftor of Dutici 00 "1 

Sugar ind Snuff. i For 

^Jaac Codman, Ditto ca Licences, C Suffolk, 

Samuel Fojier, Ditto on Carnages, J 

Villiam fVyer, for refijied Sugar and Licences, for tbc 

Esftern Part of EJex. 
'fill: am Famhtfm, for S^uff mi Wheel Carriages^ io thi 

Eaftern Hart of Ejfex. 
^sira Newball, for Licences, "i For the 

Pfifj^i? 0/horn, for Carriaget, > Wcftcrn Part of 

ViriamtVefl, iot Snuff ar^-i Sugar, 3 ^I'*' 

\amuei Sivar, for Sugar, ry.beel Carriages, and Licences, 

for lbs County of Middleje^. 
fenathan Ksttell, /or Snuff, in Ditto. 

Thomas Crofii, Apent of the United State* m tb« Weil 
ndifi to afccftain the amount of the S?os!atioo» TE*de o;i 
he American Confi!i:crc<» in thofe Iflands ; aupoinled in 
be rr.-.m of Nathaniel Cabot Bigginfon. (ieceafed, 
Jb«valier de Friers^ Portuguefe /j-iBbjA'ad^ r tothcUai ted 

S^areu of America. 

Citizen A. Tafte, Agent from the French Republic at 
?r'-vidtKce^ Rbsde JJlaad, p. 17* 



r »46 J I 

/fdditicnf and Alieratious, ( 

A!urat?onE in the Eaftern Counties of Baptift Miniftert 
Sidney, Afa Wllbar 
Thovtajicn, E'ifha Saow 
Ijle/horougbf ThomasEames 



Harpjivtll^ Sam. Wcodwari 
\CuJbing, Ephraim Fiall 
Xjteene^ Jofliua Young 
iMufcongui, Andrew FuJfer 



ScfCral otheT?4te Vacant. 



The Warren Biptiji AfTociatbn, is to mset thij Year at 
Bridgwater, on the Tucfday after ths fitft Wcdacf- 
day ia Seniember, at 2 o'clock, P. M. 

There are Metbcdift Societies eftabliflied in the fo!!owir.g 
Town? J but jtnot beiag their cuftom to hivc regu'ar 
fettled MLain-crs over particular Churchesr preaching 
emong them being chiefly on the Itenerant Plan, their 
Namca are therefore net here iaferttd. 
At Needb^m, in the Cijuaty of NorfoHr. 
At if^a'tbam and Wejton, County of Middlcfcx, 
At MarhUhead, County of EfTex, 
At Eafeon^ Couofy cf Brifto!. 
At JVitbraham, Cqmdkj of Hamj-fhire, 
AtPiittJield. County of BeckHiire. 
Several orhet Sccistiei of rhis Doncmitiation alChriHiant, 

arc forir!in.s; ia different farts of the Casnaionwealih. 
Rey. Join f^baw, Paftor ef the firft Church in Haverhill, 

oecesfed, p, 87. 
Ahraham Clarke, Member of Congrefs from the State of 

New Jffey, deteafjd, p. 6. 
Samuel ShgHiX^ Coafol at China, decea(ed, p. 17. 

yizmsi Server, appointed Captain of one of the Conti. 
oenta! Frigares, ia the room ofCapt.^«r««y, refig?5cd,p,3i 
Ebenezer Seaver, of Roxbury, Reprefentative in the 
room of John Read^ chofea Counfellor, p. 47. 

EhcnezerAdamiy A.VL. Prfc?ptor, & John-Fierce, h,^, 
AT:ft3nt Prsceotor at Leicffter Academy, p. 84. 

li'ak£r Price Bartlstt, and ff^illiam Lsrg^ Verdae 
Makers at Sa!tmy p. 67. 

Le-Mis Leprilete, Vice Prefident, \n ?he rocm of Samuel 

Perry, gfd John Turner, C::i3c'e''-?r, in the rocm of 

LerviiLeprilet-'., of the B-iflc' Med;cal A(r>C'atiot?. 

The Rcyai Arch Lodge in Sofion, meet oa ibe Wednefday 

prccesdJng the fulJirg of the Moon, inftcid of tile laff 

j Tuef^ay in each Month, 23 m;ntioned at p. 71. 

ijofiab Uujfey^ late Attorney at Law at Hanover ^ p. 115 
i« lerr.aved to the iflacd of NaMuikat, 



r '47 3 

A general INDEX for the Rrgistek. 



A Ppropriatioas civil Lil», i 
Auditor Treafury, a 
Attornies pra£lifiag at the 



Commiflary Penfjoricrs, 65 
Cooftafeies, B^fton, 69 

Colkdors, Hoflon Taxes, 67 



Courts Uniced States, 13 Chamber of Commerce, 7^ 



AmbsfTidors, Ssc, 
Army» pay of, Sic, 
Academy of Arts, &e 
Agricultural Society, 
Academies, Sec. 
Artillery Corps, Tio 

Ancient Artillery Comp. T 1 3 
^ttofDJes at Law, 114 

^dditioQS 8c Alterations, 145 



74 



.6.Cincinnati iociety, y^ 

jylCoileges and Acsdemies, 84 
75iCoofre!5aticnai Soc-ety, 77 
75|Clergy, Seniority Bofton, g 



[^OandariesUnitedStates, r 
Bofto!?, TowoOfficirs. 66 



tanic, United Spates, 
— — Branch, Boftoo, 

Mpffachufctts, 

— — .UoioD, 
Effex, 

ble diffe^rd, 

fTe/Tori, Ac. K often, 
aptift Minifters, Sec. 
cftcn Rcgimenr, 
rigadie* G?nerals, 
arriftsrs at Lav/, 
^Ongrcfs, Members of. 



Comptroller Treafury, 2 
?mm'f?iooer RevsniAC, 3 
3, tfo of Loa,is, 10 

f«i|9f8 prafiifiog at 



g.^jCo!!figes, Sec, Harvard 
Ya'e. Rhode Ifland 
and Dartmouth, 84 

Churches and Miaifteri, 86 
Cavalry Corps, n 

Caflie IHand, Oflicers, 1 73 
Civil OfB*r--rs,MaiTachuf.f 16 
Clerks of Courts, Sec, 116 
Ccuotf Treaforers 

Rcgifters, See. 116 

QEpaKmenc Unit.Sfates, z 

Diftria Judges, &c. 1 

Ditto Courts, ic 

(fee Additioo8,j>, 147, 

fjr Alrerat-'jns in Msf- 

(zchuhn& Difiria.) 

Duties, Continental, 79 

Depreciation, Scales of, 3^ 

Deblo. & '-reditorStatcs, 37 

Diftrifts for cheofiog of 

Federal Reprefeoisfivcs, 58 

Ditto Mgff,iciiur.Sesja';ors, oi 

Dijt£ii3ns f-rB-.^onBay, 64 



72 
7 

73 

7-3 

73 

10 1 

67 

g6 

104 
114 

4 



pup, CouftUnit. Stares, i3!D<T.kage and Wiiarfage, 70 

Tt'vr. Coarts, U^ S. i^ipXcile, Continentai, I9 

16} '' ExCife Officsrs, 27 

ayjEpifccpaJ cbarit. Society, 76 



2, &C. 

'ztc: of. 



ftgjEtymcL'gyScr/pt.Names, 95 



f.j 

lifftors of Revenue; 
itterr-. Revenue, 

nfuscf Inbnbirsots, 41 j*" Di:'c Cui?omHoufe 
uncelicri* ^2fl'^chofet!.,46l T^ixxo \T.<,f&vri, Mca 
mmittee 00 Accounts, I furert &. Giu^ej*. .30 
or Sals of Lands, ar-d [Fii.-.era- ri-rierj, ^g 

efaciug Securities, 65! ''ire S jrievyMafTachafetf, 77 
abridge Uwfcifity, £51 F^ceM^^ooLodges, 71 



»9 



c 143 1 

A general INDEX for the Register, 



OOvernmert of IT. S. a 

Gavernora in Dtt:o, 44 

Ditto in Maffachufctts, 45 

r_lAr»ard Univerfity, ' 85 

Hiftoricai Society, 76 

Humane Scciecy, 751 

Holj'tJays, Church, 

JUi^ic-ary UnitedState«, 11 
judges, DiftfiftCou.-rs, ti 
Impcft scd ExcifeDuties, ig 
Infpettors Maflachufctts, 
Ifitereft Tsble, 
lofpeftor of Pc!ice,CIerk 

of the Market, Town 

Crier, &c. 
Inht&ott of Pot Afh, 

Flaj-fesd^Ba^tCif^emp. 

Wheat, Tobacco, &t, 68 
Infurance Oftce«, 7c 

Ju^.. £s, Supiem- Judicial, 

aid CcmiDn Picas, 116 
Jufticcs of the Peace, 117 
i dsx to the Regifter, 147 
I^EepersLighfHoyfe?, ^8 
Ditto Prwce- Ma«az.6t 
K ng?, &c. in Europe, ^4* 
T Ibian Sotit'.)' Bcftoo, 

Lijihi H.jufe'^v Sec, 
L'ft of prir.C'pa foreign 

Cieie! and r"h?b'i'ants,l4S 
^Ir-fters & C .nfuis, 

Marine S.:)C etv, 
Mioifters and C 
Mc'hodtfts/«eA<<d 

ilin'a iVl'sriere, 



QFfJcers, TcwnBoftoo, 66 

Ovcifee's in dirto, 67 

Officers of Ships of War, 31 

pRef'dent, &c. of the 

United States, » 

Fi'ota, Brar/cb, 39 

g* Poft Office Matters, 40 

PhjAciat^s acd Surgeons, 63 
PenfioceiStCcmmiffary of,65 
Powder Magazine*, 65 

Piepagat. GofpclSoctety, 76 
Probate Judges, 116 

jj Eprefentatives U, S. 5 
Ditto JVUffachufetts, 47 
C^ituation United States, 
*" Senators Ditto, 4 

Secretai-y of State, Trea- 

futy, and at War, s 

Stfp.CourtUfiited Stares, 14 

Stale DepreciaticD, 34 

Seiu-tofs Madachufttts, 46 

Secerary Ditto, 65 

Sur^co'>$ ond PhyficJaos, 63 

iScle^^men, Boftoo, 66 

hioi Ccmmittee, and 

School Makers, 66 

^ej'^fa ers of Wood, 

jS'S'Xionr & 1 unera'Pcr'ers 60 

Surpcyors, Boatd^jS'javcs, 

Shingies. Hoops. &c, 69 

i6'Sc.ciety <^or LifoiiT'aUvO 

74J 



7a| to F-neigrters, &c, 
lurches, 86|T'Rcafure«,Ma:Tachufet»,65 
('ditions, 148' Ditto, hc&onj 66 

Joz'jTable, Rates of Op?^, 

Ditto, Draoght? from, i- s 'r Value of Cents, 

MafTscbufett* cbar t.Soc, ; ^JTax, CountiesProportion 
Mei''ca» S .ci.e'y, Alafla, 7R!|jN)verflry, Hsrva^d, 
««iddi4fexdit. AffdatioD,78| Vendue M.ltti 
M€flica- 6[to htidoii 
puOtsriet Public, 

Kavai Agents, 77UtioOi&c./£« Adjitioiis, 146 



7?sU7Harfape& Dcckcge, 
€z\ ** Warrrn Bap. Affect 



••-s. 



., ^ 






:£B24'15 



J 



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