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MASSACHUSETTS 




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United States Calendar; 

For thk Year of our LORD 

and Forty-sixth of American Ii^dependence. 

COIVTAIMNG 

Civile Judicial Ecdes'anicali and Military Lists in 

MASSACHUSETTS; 
Associations, and Corporate Ixstitctioms, 

kr h'terary, agricultural, and charitable Purpoies. 

i Hit of Post-Towns in Massachusetts^ with the 

Names of the Post-Masters. 

ALSO, 

Catalogues of the Officers of the 
GENERAL GOVERNMENT, 

With its several Departments and Establishments ; 
Times of the Sittings of the several Courts j 

Governors in each State; 
And a Variety of other interesting Articles. 



BOSTON : 

PUBLISHED BY JAMES LORI5JG, AND 

RICHARUSO.V & LORD. 

SoMwhfilesaltf \ui retail, at theu- Rouk-itoies, Conihil), 



ECLIPSES FOR 1822. 

There will be four Eclipses this year, two of the Stcn* 
and two of the Alooru a? follows, viz. 

I. The firft will be of the Moon, February 6th day^ 
1 Ih. 36m- evening, visible at Boston. Digits eclipsed 4® 
34' on Mocha's southern limb. 

II. The second will be of the Son, on the 21st 6f Feb- 
ruary, visible at Boston, as foUo^ws : 

Beginning, 3h.20m.i 

Greatest obscuration, 4 30 ^ evening, 

i-jnn sets, 5 20 ) 

Digits echpsed 8* on Sun's Northern limb. 

The Eclipse will end about 10 mmutes after sunset. 

III. The third will be of the Moon, on the 2d of Au- 
gust, visible at Boston, as follows : 

Moon rises eclipsed at 7h ISm. ) 

Middle, 7 39 S evening. 

End, 9 12 ^ 

Dibits eclipsed 9«> 3' on Moon's North limb. 

iV. 1 he fourth will be of the Sun, on the t6th of Au- 
gust, at %\\. 33m evening, invisible at Boston. 



VOTES FOR (;OVERNOR—77irow^Ao«? the Siatr. 

ForMrStrong.lHOO 19,630 . For Mr. i>eiTy, 16,958 

For do 1801 25,452 5 For do 20.169 

For do 1802 29,983 ? For do 19.58-1. 

For do 1803 29,199 J For do 11,656 

For do 1801 30.011^ For Mr. Sullivan, 23,979 

For do 1805 35,204 J For do 33,250 

For do 1806 36.433 ^ For do 56,031 

For do IJ 07 39,224 \ For do 41,954 

For Mr. Gore 1 808 59.643 * For do 41,1 93 

For do 1609 47.916^ For Mr. Lincoln, 45.118 

For do 1810 44,272 J For Mr. Gerrv, 46.541 

For do 1811 40,142' For do ' 43,328 

ForMr.Strong 1812 52.696^ For do 51,326 

For do 1813 56,754 I For Mr. Vamum, 42.789 

For do 1814 56.374 5 For Mr. Dexter, 45,953 

For do 1815 50 921 > For do 43,938 

ForMrBrooks 1816 A9,57S \ For do 47,384 

For do 1817 46.160 j For Mr. Dearborn, 58,129 

For do 1^18 39.538 \ Mr. Cro\vninshi€kl,30,04l 

For do 1819 42,875 5 For do 35,271 

For do 1820 31,072 \ For Mr Eustis, 22,218 

fet'ohil821, brooks o0£8 * For Mr. Eustis, 130* 



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JANUARY, i8■^2, begins on Tuesday. 



Full Moon 7th. day, llh. 2m. morning. 
Last Quarter 15th, day, Oh. 55m. morning. 
New Moon 2yd. day, i)h. ^im. morning. 
First Quarter t40th. day, 2h. 5m. morning. 



MjWI ObfervaWe Days, £5'*. 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6\ 

7i2 

8i3 

94 

lO 



11 

1 

•3 

'4 

15 

16 

»7 

18 

9 
20 
21 

22, 

23 

24 

2.5 
26 

27 
28 

29 
30 



C.P.&S.Bost. C.S.Cam. 

Co/nfor table for 
7*s sou. 8h, 40111. > per. 
Sir I. Newt. b. 164a. d 5H 
Very high the season. 
Epiph. Much 

tides. cooler with 
Brit.dcf.at N. Orleans. '15. 'g 
signs of sno-zu. J7 
Grocws more Q O b '7 
M- 7 

Y'L.sou.9.17. Some D^% 7 
I St Sun. past Epiph, rain. \7 
if not \7 

Low tides. inocw. 
7*€Sou.7h.5om. j)apog. 
Dr. Frank, b. 1706. dear 
Prisca. and cold 

for some 
2d. Sun. past Epiph. days. ;7 
Lou.XVI. beh.'93. More \7 
Vincent. pleafant, {/ 

Middling tides. d > $ 17 
Becomes (7 

Cenv^r. St. Paul, cno'ery 1 7 
with more d > $ J7 
3d. Sun.p<!st Epip. i7^/?j 7 
7*8, south 7h. i'fstu'zo. 7 
K. Geo. III. died 'to ag 81. 7 
Mid. tides. A siorm i) per. 7 
ColdTues. 1815. r J near. 7 



3» 
3J 

3* 



2y 

1 4! 
51 a .57 

;- 5 4 15 

30 5! 5 -ii 

2'^ 5j 6 40 



r. s, Jr. ^ s.jf.Sea, 

5 5« 

6 43 

7 39 

8 39 

9 41 

10 46 

11 47 
nnorn. 

42 

1 33 

2 19 

3 o 
3 42 

o 

4.5 



2» 5 ©nse 
28 5. i i7 
»7 6: 7 iJ 
27 5| 8 21 
26 5\ 9 27 
25 5 10 29 
24 5|ii 3i 
»4 5morn. 
23 5 o 33 



22 5 
21 5 
20 5 

17 5 

t6 5! 



1 36 

a 39 

3 40 

4 40 

5 34 

6 19 

7 o 



4 
5 
5 

6 30 
18 

7 
o 



7 
8 

9 

9 5S 
10 46 



15 3, >sets|ii 4c. 

6 3oev. 3d 

7 47 1 l-^ 

8 57 2 c 



H 5 
ij 5 



10 ,5|n 21 3 s'g 

9 5itnorn.! 4 .3c 

^ 5j o 37' 5 24 

7 5! I 53 6 2K 



FEBRUARY, l,b22, begins on Friday. 



Full Moon 6th. day, Oh. 3bm. niornirg. 
Last Quarter 13th. day, J Oh. 21m. evening 
New Moon 21st. day, 2h. 50m. evening. 
First Quarter 28th. day, 9h. 28m. morning. 



6 
s 



Obfervable Days, iifc. 



Blustering and 
Pur. V. M. orCAND. 
3 ¥ Septuag. Sun, cold for 
42 7*s set 2h. tht season. 

5 3 Changes to [ > eel. vis. 

64 Fed.Con.rat.byCoii.'88.& 
7'5 (Mid. tides, more 
8 6 I comfortable 

9,7 I weather y 

10 F Sexages. Sun. ^ith some 
11,2 i snc^w or 

12'3 ipeace an. with G. B. 1815. 
13U IColdFri. *i7. rain, > apog. 
i4i5 iValentine Day. Cooky 
iqiS iLovv tides. and unsettled, 
i6i7 [Gh.'t.rat.byCon.'ii, 

1 7I F jQuinqua. Sun. 9 sat. 

18 2 17*5 set ih morn. Snoxu. 



ill®-** Jl:!?5J ^'^^^- 
8 



193 is.J.C.Ded. Shor.T.<?0(J 
20J4 lAsh Wedns.or Lent. 
eij5 'High Pleasant ^eclip. 



b 5 
4 J 
3 5 
2 5 
o 6 
59 6 
6 5« 6 
(> 57 ^ 
6 55 6 
6 54 6 
6 S2> 6 
6 51 
6 50 6 
6 49 6 
6 47 
6 46 6 
6 45 6 
6 43 6 
,6 42 6 
l6 41 6 



4 18 

5 20 



8 a5 

9 26 

6 lojio 22 

6 44»i M 
l^riselmorn.' 
o 2 

47 

1 30 

2 10 

3 35 



651 

8 6 

9 i» 
lo 14 
n 16 
morn. 

20 

1 23 

2 25 

3 20 



4 I 



5 4 

5 55 

6 47 



7 4 

8 34 



22:6 

23i7 
24; F 
25*2 
263 

285 

Venus will be evening . tar uh 9aioi iviarch; thei.ce 
morning star till 23c! of Decenriber ; thence evening 
star. — Jupiter will be nrniing star till 3cl of Mfiv ; 
thencf evennig star to ilit 29th of August ; tlience 
morning star. . 



WASH.bpr 3^ and frie 

tides. / r some 8 > $ 
1st Sun. in \X. St. Matt. 
C.P. Lenox. days. 

Cooler^ but > perig. 
7*8 set oh. 20m. fne 



4 10 

4 5? 

5 *8! 9 2<> 

5 sr}o r 

6 39 6j J Gets; 1 1 

6 38 6 6 39'ii si 

6 36 6! 7 52 

6 35 61 9 8 

6 34 610 24 

6 32 6:11 42 

6 31 6 morn. 
;6 29 w o 59 



ev. 4a 

1 34 

2 2^ 

3 20 

4 18 

5 18 





MARCH, 1822, begins on Friday. | 


Full Moon 7th. day, :ih. 50iii. evening. 


Last Quarter 15ih. day, 6h. 34m. evening. 


New Moon 23d. day, 2li. 'Zim, morning. 


Firft Quarter 29th day, 5h. 20.n. eveiiiiig. 


M|W| Obfcrvablc Days, '^c. |r. s. i r. # s.jF. Sea. 


I 


6 


David. Unsettled f of 


6 28 6 


2 i2j 6 ao] 


2 


7 


Mid. jow^ </.:iyj. 


6 27 6 


3 15 


7 20J 


3 


F 


ad. Sun. in Lent. 


6 25 6 


4 7 


8 17I 


4 


2 


7*s set at midnight. [Gree. 


6 24 6 


4 50 9 it>| 


5 


3 


S.J.C.L.T.Bost.C.S.Nor.& 


6 22 6 


5 3» »o o| 


6 


4 


tides. Now you 


6 21 6| 5 50'! 45 


7 





Perpet. may expect 


6 19 6|®rise'ii a8 


8 


6 


a drfcing 


6 18 6, 7 o|morn. 


9 


7 


storm. (5^9 


6 16 6| 8 3I 9 


lO 


F 


3d.Sun. in L. M. S. 


6 15 6 


9 8 50I 


> i 


2 


O.P.Con.Wor.&Tau. 


6 14 6 


10 1 1 


I 34 


12 


3 


Cool, with hij^h 


5 12 6 


11 U 


2 18 


»3 


4 


PIan.Htrs.dis.1783. >apog. 


6 11 6 


morn. 


3 3 


14 


5 


Low Tides. mnds. 


696 


15 


3 62 


15 


6 


Y'd L. fets iih. 40m. 


6 8 6 


I '5 


4 43 


16 


7 


[by Br. 1776. 


6 6 6 


2 6 


5 35 


»7 


F 


4th. Sun. in Lent. Bust. ev. 


656 


a 51 


6 28 


18 


2 


C. P. Ips. & Sp'fd. Very 


646 


3 30 


7 21 


19 


3 


C. 8. Plym. fine for the 


6 s 6 


4 


8 n 


20 


4 


season. 


6 I 6 


4 28 


9 2 


21 


s 


Bened. Some d > 5 


5 59 7 


4 52 


9 50 


22 


6 


ra'Tif if 


5 58 7 


5 ^7 


10 40 


23 


7 


Quite high not 


5 06 7 


})sets 


If 30 


24 


F 


5th. Sun. in Lent, snow. 


5 <-''5 7 


8 .0 


ev. 22 


2J 


2 


S.J.C.Con.C.P.Nor. 


5 53 7 


9 30 


I 16 


26 


3 


C.S.Wor.Sp.Ta. Bar. > per. 


:> 52 7 


10 50 


2 14 


27 


4 


tides. Fine 


5 51 7 


morn. 


3 16 


2^ 


5 


7*ssetioh.4om. /<?r n0H 


5 49 7 


8 


4 18 


20 


6 


some j,5 48 7 


1 15 


5 21 


30 


7 


days, 9 Stat. 5 46 7 


a 13 


6 20 


3' 


F 


th. Sun. in Lent. P. S. 


3 45 7 


2 57 


7 15 



A 2 



APRIL, 1 822, begins on Monday. 


Full Moon 6th. day, 7h. 58m. morning. 


Last Quarter 14th. day, llh. 58m. morning. 


New Moon 21st. day, llh. 83m. morning. 


First Quarter 28th. day, 2h. 33m. morning. 


M Wj Obfervable Days, tffr. | r. s. | r. #s.|F. Sea. 


112 iGov.&Sen.c.inMass. /^/n^ 5 43 7 


3 2Z 


8 2 


2 


3 C.P.Green.&Bost. a/i>^ 


5 42 7 


4 ^ 


8 JO 


^ 


4 Bona. dct. fir. 1814- 


5 4» 7 


4 23 


9 33 


4 


5 


iho^ien* ^ Gr. el. 


5 39 7 


4 44 


\o 14 


b 


6 


Good Friday, vf 


5 38 7 


5 3 


10 55 


6 


7 


dri'ving 


5 3^ 7 


IJriseju 3^1 


7'FiEASTER Day. storm at 


5 35 7 


8 7|morn. 


8|2 C.P.Plymouth. hand. 


3 34 7; 9 iij a<3| 


913 C.S.Ipsw. Cooler >apog.3 3^ 7|io i4j » 5 


lp'4 7*s set loh. eve. ivitb 5 3^ 7^^ i3; I 54 


^'5 Low tides. ^ frojt. 5 29 7 morn. 


a 44 


^2; 6 iV/or^ 


6 255 70 7 


3 25 


*3 7 ; ram 


5 27 7 35 


4 2« 


MF ist.S. past East. L.S. h 


5 aj 7' X 33' 5 i^ 


'5 2 C.S.Nant. [C.S.Bost.&Ded. 


5 24 7| 2 H| 6 19 


*^,3 S.J^C.Worc.&lpsC.P.Barn. 

174 1 »z:?^. 


3 23 7 » 35i 7 
3 ai 7| 3 ° 7 46 


''8i5 


Pleasant d > ? 


5 ao 7 3 23' 8 35 


»9j6 


Alph.Bat.atLe7.i775-'^«^ 


3 »9 7[ 3 56; 9 23 


20^ 


High Jine. d©b. 


5 17 71 4 i»;io 13 


21 


F 


2d. Sun. past East. 


3 i6 7, J;ietsii 7 
5 15 7| 8 39ev. 3 


22 


2 C. P. Dedham. More 


23 


3 iS.J.C.Gn'f.&Tau. D perig. 


3 13 7 9 34 


1 » 


24 


4 


tides. showers. 


5 »a 7iu 7 


2 a 


25 


5 


St. Mark. Someivbat 


3 11 7'morn. 


3 18 


26 


6 


7*s set 9h. cW^r, 


5 9 7 


Q 11 


4 ao 


87 


7 


t(;i/i> sotne rairif 


3 8 7 


1 I 


3 16 


28 


F 


3d. Sun. past East. 


3 7 7 


1 38 


6 7 


29 


a 


if not snow. 


5 6 7 


a 9 


6 34 


30 


3 


S J.C. North'p. C.S. Len. 


3 4 7' a 33 


7 38 



MAY, 1822, begins on Wednesday. 




Full Moon 6th. day, Oh. 8m. morning. 




Last Quarter Uth. day, Ih. 38m. morning. 


New Moon 20th. day, 6h. SSm. evening. 


First Quarter 27th. day, Ih. 86m. evening. 


Ml Wj Obfervable Days, Is't:. | r. s. [ r. © s.lF. Sea. 


1 


4 [St. P. & St. J. Cool 


b 3 7 


2 57 


8 20 


2 


5 


Gen.Eelec.Newp. breezesy 


5 a 7 


3 17 


9 » 


3 
4 


6 


fwith some 


5 1 7 


3 34 


9 43 


7 


frost. 6^hScQ% 


5 7 


3 54 


10 25 


.5i^ 


4th S. past East. 


4588 


4 16 


11 9 


6^ 


Mid. iVarrne^f 


4 67 ^ 


0nse 


11 56 


7i3 


S.J C. Spr. & Barn. D apog 


4568 


9 loimorn. 


84 


tides. <wit/? 


4 55 8 


10 6j 4^ 


9;5 


shonvers* 


4548 


10 bi » 36 


io;6 7*s set 8h. 6 5^ 


4 53 811 36! 2 28 


11 J 1 Rather cool 
lafF 5th S. past East, for 


4 52 8morn.i 3 17 


4 50 8 


11! 4 8 


13 a C. P. Nant. planting:^ 49 8 


4»l 4 SI 


H 


3 |S.J.C.Len.&Plym.C.P.Con.4 48 8 


1 6 5 43 


15 


4 ! Becomes [d €J $ 4 47 ^ 


1 29: 6 30 


16 


5 ;Ascen Day. Holy Thu. 4 46 8 


1 50! 7 15 


17 


6 Gr. Froft, I794. very fine 4 45 8 


a 12* 8 4 


187 Great [Dark day 1780.4 44 8 


2 36; 8 54 


19 


F.i8t.S.p.As.Day. $^ G.Elo. 4 43 » 


3 7 9 50 


Bo 


z jC.P. Edg. again, >perig. 


4428 


> sets 10 49 


21 


3 1 tides. 


442 8 


8 4411 54 


22 


4 iC. S. Edgar. Cooler with 


441 8 


9 54;ev. 59 


233 


high winds 


4 40 8 10 52 


2 4 


246 


at N. W. 


4 39 8,11 36 


3 5 


'^bl 


7*s rise 4h. morn. DO J 


4 38 8morn. 


4 * 


26 F 


Whit Sun. ^ite warm 


4 37 8 8, 4 52 


27,a 


W. Mon. for the 


4 37 8, 39; 5 2>1 


283 


Low tides. season^ with 


4 36 8j 57 


6 20 


294 


Gen.Elec. Bost. some 


4 35 8| 1 19 


6 51 


30J5 


rain 


4 34 81 I 40 


7 42 


3 'p w many places . 


4 34 8; 2 o| 8 22| 












' 



JUNE, 1822, begins on Saturday. 



Full Moon 4.th. day, 3h. 39m. evening. 
Last Quarter 12th. day, llh. 31m. morning 
New Moon 19th. day, Ih. 48m. morning. 
First Quarter 26th. day, 2h. 44m. morning. 

MjWJ 



3 
4 
5 
6 

7 
8 

9 

JO 

II 

2 

H 



Obfery able Days, Isfc. 
Veryjine 



4 33 8 
Trin. Sun. for 4 33 ^ 

Ar. Elec. Boft. some > ap. 4 32 8 
Mid. tides. days, 4 3» 8 

Gen. Elec, N. H. 4 3i » 

Grows 4 31 8 

cooler, nvith 4 30 8 
7*s rife 3h. morn, signs of 4 29 8 
1st Sun. past Trin. ra'tn.^ 29 8 
C.P. Con. & Taun. 4 29 8 

St. Barn. A d ? b 4 28 8 

Low tides. stgrm J4 28 8. 



|r.0».|r.#s.iF. Sea 



2 20 

2 44 

3 13 

Qrise 

»5i 
9 34 
o 10 I 

10 41 2 



9 5 
9 JO 

10 40 

11 30 
morn. 

o 20 
% 
% 



I 6' 2 50 
11 29' 3 37 

» 50' 4 ai 
'morn. 5 7 



is fast approaching}^ a8 81 o 10 5 5a 
Dull and j4 27 8] o 34I 6 38 

[Gr. Eclip. i8o6.'4 27 81 07 30 
, l^d. Sun. past T. unsettled^ 2; 8! i 32 8 %i 
»7i» C.P.Sa.&Wo. Bat.B.H.:)p.'4 27 8! 2 14 9 26 
'°'3 U. S. decl. war G.B.*ia U 27 8' 3 7,10 30 
»9,4 jHigh tides. Fine I4 27 8|>setsii 38 

^°|5 I agreeable 6 > ^ 4 «7 8j 9 locv. 41 

1 41 

2 36 

3 25 

4 10 

4 51 

5 33 

6 16 

6 01 

7 42 

8 30 



^^6 iLongeft day. weather 
'^^y i for the stason. 

23: F, 3d. Sun. past Trin. 
24 » Nat. St. J Bap. C.P. Lenox 



251, 



The clouds 
7*s rise ah. denote 
Low tides, a storm is 
Bat. at Monm. 1778. 
St. Peter. near. 6 ^% 
4th. Sun. past Trin. 



4 27 81 9 52 
4 27 8Jio 33 
4 27 Sjio 57 
4 27 8jii 18 
4 27 8I11 38 
4 27 8jii 58 
4 27 8mom. 
4 27 8j o 19 
4 28 8 o 4'2 
4 28 81 1 8 



I" 



JULY, 1822, begins on Monday. 



Full Moon 4th. day, 6h, 10m. morning. 
Laft Quarter 11th. day, 6h. 23m. evening. 
New Moon 18th. day, 9h. l7m. morning. 
Firft Quarter 25th. day, 6h. Sm. evening. 

M W| Oblervable Days, b'j. TrTO s~i rTl© s.lF. Sea. 



N 



1 2 

34 
45 
56 

67 
7F 



Great 
C.P &S.Boft. degree 
of heat, 
Indepen. dec. 1776. 
Mid. tides 



>.apog. 4 28 8j I 41 

4 28 8 2 21 

4 29 8! 3 11 

4 29 Sl^rife 



High wind j4 30 8 8 35 

with |4 30 8| 9 5 

5th Sun.paftTrin. jome 14 30 8. 9 28 

82 1-7*8 rife ih.mor. ri2;«. U 31 8 9 51 



9 20 

10 10 

11 .2 

morn. 
0-43 

1 30, 
3 15 
3 o 

3 45 

4 30 

5 18 

6 10 

7 if, 

3 I ^nd foggy, ;4 36 8, 1 50, 9 15 

4 Pretty high tides. J4 37 8 3 210 18 

5 Mahomet died 634,ag. 64^4 38 8 })fets 1 1 ao 

6 , 

7 Marg 



4 31 8.10 la 
4 3a 8:10 32 
4 33 8 'o 55 



9 3 C-S.Saleni V^ryfine 
i°4 ! Columbus born, 1447. 
for hay' 

makers. |4 33 871 25 

Fren.Rev.com.'89. d O ? 4 34 8 morn. 

F J6th Sun. past Trin, Jpcrig.'4 35 8' o ^ 

2 I More dull i4 35 8| o 49 



Changeable 
(Weather. 
F 7th. Sun, part Trin. 
a Magda. Becomes 

3 7*s rise midn. settled 

4 Dog d. begin. for seme 

5 St. James. Low tides. 

6 St. Anne. days^ 

7 I i^or^ 

F 18th Sun. paft Trin. > Apo. 

3 e/'/^z/m^r 

4 I <weather^ 



14 38 8 8 24 ev. 
'4 39 8| 8 53i 1 
4 40 81 9 16 
4 41 8| 9 37 
4 42 8: 9 58 
4 43 8 JO i8 
4 44 8,10 40 
4 45 811 6 
4 45 811 38 
4 46 8 morn. 
4 47 8 o 14 
4 48 8 I o 
4 49 8 I 56 



16 
9 

» 57 

2 41 

3 25 

4 6 

4 50 

5 35 

6 21 

7 10 

8 o 

8 32 

9 44 



AUGUST, 1822, begiis on Thursday. 



Full Moon 2d. day, 7h. 33m. evenincr. 
Last Quarter 9th. day, llh 35m. evening. 
New Moon 1 6th. day, 6h. 33m. evening. 
First Quarter 24'th. day, 1 Ih. 22m. morning. 



MjW 



15 

3,7 

4!f 

63 

9,6 

iO|7 

F 

12 

3 

6 

»7 
18 

19 
so 
21 

fi2 
23 

«4 
25 

26 

28 
29 
30 
3» 



Obfervable Days, i^f. j f' Q s. 



Lam. Day. C/ji/^r, 

a/z/^ > eclip. □ O b 
Mid. tides. j/«-«j 0/ 
9th Sun. past Trin. showers. 
Transf. of our Lord. 
C, S. Plym. Great heat 
7 *s rise iih. 

but little 
rain, 

St. Lawren. Cooler 
1 oth . S. past T. > perig. 
C. P. Greenf. Plym. Geo- 
[IV. born. '6a. for some 
Com. Burling. Col. <5 > ? 
Assum. Bon.b.''69. d > 9 

days 0eclip. 
YM L. riC ih. 30m. More 
1 ith. Sun. past Trin. 
C. P. North, signs of 
C. S. Springf. rain. 

Com. Dart. & Mid. Col. 

More 
Low tides, comfortable^ 
St. Earth. with 
lath.Sun.pastTrln. D apog. 
C. P. Springf. some 

rain, 
Com.Cam.Col. Very J ^ 
7*s rise gh. 40m. a 0% 
fine 

again. 



4 51 8 
4 52 8 
4 53 8 
4 54 8 
4 bS 8 
4 56 8 
4 57 8 
4 59 8 
507 
5 



2 7 

3 7 

6 7 

7 7 

8 7 

9 7 

7 



I 

5 »a 7 
5 »3 7 
5 »5 7 
5 1^ 
5 »7 7 
5 18 7 
5 2° 
5 21 
5 2a 7 

5 24 7 
5 25 
5 26 

5 28 



■.^s.|F.Sea. 

* 5810 35( 

% rife 1 1 25 

morn. 

o 10 

56 

1 42 

2 28 

3 17 



7 3« 

7 55 

8 18 

8 37 

9 o 
9 28 

10 c 

10 44 

11 39 
morn. 

o 45 

2 1 

3 19 
>fets 

7 ap 

7 43 

8 3 
3 a5 



4 
5 
6 

7 
8 

9 
10 
11 o 
11 50 

ev. 35 

1 20 

2 3 



56 



8 46 2 46 

9 »»| 3 32 
9 43 
o 16 

58 

1 48 
morn. 

o 49 
i 53 

3 2 

4 12 



4 

5 
5 

6 48 

7 40 

8 30 

9 20 
10 10 
io 57 



SEPTEMBER, [82 ^, begins on Sunday. 



Full Moon 1st. day, 7h. ^-^m. morning. 
Last Quarter 8th. day, 4h. 38in. morning. 
New Moon 15th. day, 6h. ISm. morning. 
First Quarter 23d. day, 6h. 6m. morning. 
Full Moon 30th. day, t>h. 43m. evening. 



MWI Qbfervahle Days, l^c. | r. s. | r.#s.iF.Sea 



1 
s 
3 
4 
5 
6 

7 
8 

9 

10 

II 
'4 

:t 

'9\5 

20 6 
2l 
22 
23 

24 

27 



29/F 
302 



i3th.S.pastT. Gil. a $ f? 
C. P Worces. Now you 
C.P.Barn.C.S.N'mpt. mav 
Com. Wil. Brun.& Prov.Col 
Dog days end. expect rain 

Fore 
Enurch. Mid. tides. > perig. 
14th.Sun.past Trin. breezes. 
C. P. Conc.& Taun. More 
S.J.C. L.T. t.en. CS. VVor. 
Com.N.H.C. rain. [&Gref 

Ag -eeabU 
7.*s son. 4h. mor. d > $ 
Holy Crois. weather. 
! F 15th. Sun. paft Trin. 
C.P.Newp. Ded. A sUrm 
C. S. Conc.& Barn. 

at band 
Grows fim 

again. 
St. Matt. D apog. 

F|i6th. Sun. paft Tnn. 
2 L.tides. [C.S.Len.Dd.&Ta. 
S.J.C. L.T.North C.P Boft 

High ri'inJs 
St. Cyprian with a OH. 

much rain, 
7*8 sou. 3h. -om. Mmh 
17th. S^in.oastTiin. 

tooler. 



29 7 

30 7 
3^ 7 
33 7 
35 
36 
37 
39 
40 
42 

43 7 
44 
46 
47 
49 
50 
52 
53 

54 7 
56 7 
37 7 
59 

o 



6 
2 6 

6 6 

^ 6 
6 



#rifc,ii 42 

6 47 

7 I' 

7 37 

8 10 

8 bl 

9 4' 

10 43 

11 5a 
mom. 

1 II 

2 a6 

3 39 

4 50 
>fcts 



mom 

o 30 

2 

3 
4 
5 
6 6 



«5 39 

6 58 

7 as 

7 49 

8 2.. 

I 
49 



9 
9 

10 44 

11 46 
morn. 

o 52 
z 1 

3 '1 
9 "I 4 2 

lo o ©rise 



7 
8 

9 
9 48 

o 36 

11 2X 

eve. 3 

47 

1 33 

2 18 

3 
3 
4 
5 
6 

7 



56 

47 
40 

30 
iS 
8 9 

8 S5 

9 42 
io 30 
11 ao 



OCTOBER, 1822, begins on Tuesday. 



L^st Quarter 7th. day, llh. Om. morning. 
New Moon i4!th. day, 8h. 4<8m. evening. 
First Quarter 23d, day, Ih. 4m. morning. 
Full M3on 30th. day, 4h. ^7m. morning. 
MW 



3 
4 

10I5 
6 

12 7 

13 F 
142 
153 
164 

186 

20 r 

21 2 

22|3 

24^5 
256 
26 

28 

29 

30 



5 48imorn. 



Obfervablc Days, Isfc. \ r. G s. 1 r.f|s. [F. Sea. 
S.J.C. L.t Wor. C.S. Boft. 

Unsettled 
p*s sou. 3h. mor. weather. 
Middling tides. 

iS } Tauri, > per. 
iSth. Sun. past Trin. 

F'ne a<;re<ablc [Newbp. 



J. C. L. T. Camb. C.S. 6 

St. Den. weather. 6 

Cool windsy 6 

but other- 6 

ways fne. 6 

9th. Sunday past Trin. 6 

C, S. Nant. Clouds 6 

S.J.C. L. T. Plym . denote 6 

ajiorm. 6 

Ethel. Burgoynesur. '77. 6 

St. Luke. Pleasant. 6 

Cornwallisfur. *8i. >apo. 6 

20th. Sun. past Trin. 6 

Cold nights and 6 

S. J.C. L.T. Ded. mornin^s.\^ \\ 

Colum. dis. Amer i49'2. 6 42 

Low Fine for 6 44 

Crifp. tides. the 645 

Siriusrisesiih.Soru. season^^ 46 

2ist. Sun. past Trin. 1648 

% St.Sim.&St.Ju. C.P.Lenox.:6 49 

3 S.J.C. LT.Sal. Boist^'.rms 16 50 

Pref.Adambb.'.^5. ,?Ob '6 52 

3ii5 I ^v'lnds. ,6 53 



6 

658 

7 45 

8 46 

9 Sb 
II 10 

morn. 

25 

1 37 

2 47 

3 57 
5 o 



,\ 



31 6; 
33 
34 
7>S 

37 
38 
40 



> sets 10 52 

5 33l»i 36 
5 58 eve '21 



6 
7 6 

7 5J 

8 43 

9 4i 

10 45 

11 .52 
uiorn. 

o 57 

2 6 

3 16 

4 28 

5 4210 53 
• rifqii 5 

j 4omorn 



NOVEMBER, 1822, begins on Friday. 



Last Quarter 5th. day, 7h. 52m. evening. 
Ne\v Moon 1 3th. day, Ih. 52iti. evening. 
First Quarter -J 1st day, 6h. tOm. evening. 
Full Moon 28th. day, 2h. 58m. evening. 



M!W] Obfervable Days, 13*^. _ 

"16 jAU Saints. Change abie 
2)7 weather. > perig. 

31 F ;azd. Sun. past Trin. 



r. 9. i r. # s 



4X 
53 
6;4 

715 
86 

97' 
loJF 

ll!2 

134 



C.P.N.Trans. ^ 9h.34m.ev. 
S. J. C. Bost. Not very 
Prin. harlot d.'i 7 Fine 
Gov. Strong di. '19 again 
7*s sou. oh. 40m. for 

high the season. 

23d. Sun. past Trin. Nora 



StMa.C.P. G'field&Edg, 

look out for 
C. S. Edgar, a severe 
tides. storm, 

])apo.'7 
_6.;7 I [Ch.di. 1818. ^ $ T;, i7 
j^-jF 124th. Sun. past Trin. Good\'] 



5|6 jN.S. com. i7ji. 



6 54 6 


6 56 6 


6 57 h 


6 58 6 


6 59 6 


7 » 5 


7 2 5 


7 3 5 


7 4 51 


7 5 5? 


7 7 5 


7 85 


7 9 5 


7 »o V. 



RSea. 
o 33 



i8;a 
193 

20 4 

21 5 
22,6 

237 



C.P.North.&Piym. 
[ weather for the 

sra^on. 
Cooler <with 
Cecil. squalls of 
St. Clement. snozv. 
24; F 25th.Sun.past T. SQ)l 
|c,5 2 Cath. C. P. Springf. 
More pleasant 
7*3 sou. iih. 15m. but 
Very high tides. 

co^l. } perig. 

St. Andrew. 



6 3^ 

7 47 

9 .V, 

10 i8j 

11 32 
morn. I 

44J 

1 54 

3 »! 

4 2; 

5 4 

6 710 
> sets II 

5 611 50 
5 48eve42 



4 

43 

a6 



4 
5 
5 
6 

7 , 

8 10' 

8 5* 

9 34 
18 

5 



263 

274 
85 

29 6 

30 7 



'4 5; 



37, 
34i 
33' 
15 5; 9 37! 

16 5;io 42 

>7 5',»i 4:' 
18 5 morn. 



19 

20 
21 
22 

7 23 
7 24 
7 24 
7 25 



o 55 

2 a 

3 13 

4 27 

5 44 
#rise 

^ 20 

6 36 



34 

22 

13 
o 

45 
30 
14 
58 

7 44 

8 34 

9 28 

28 

1 32 



morn, 
o 38 





DECEMBER, 1 822, begins on Sunday, f 


Last Quarter 5th. day 7h. 58m. morning. 


New Moon 1 3th. day, 8h. 46m. morning. 


First Quarter 2 1 st. day, 9h. 32m. morning. 


Full Moon 28th. day, Ih. iJOm. morning. 


MfW 


Obfervable Days, b*^. i r. s | r.# s. F. bea J 


1 


F 


Adwnt Sun. Changeable 


7 26 5; 7 54 


I 44 


2 


2 


weather y 6 $^ 


7 26 5 


9 4 


2 45 


3 


3 


cwith monv 


7 27 6 


lo 26 


3 42 


4 


4 


YM. rises^h.eve. sgualls. 


7 28 5 


II 34 


4 31 


5 


5 


Mid. and frozen 


7 28 6 


morn . 


5 18 


66 


Nichol. tides. rain. 


7 a9 5 


40 


6 2 


h 


Afore fine 


7 a9 5 


1 44 


6 44 


8jF 


od. Sun. in Ad. Co. V.M 


7 30 5 


2 48 


7 25 


9^ 


C. P. Cam. Wor. & Taun. 


7 30 5 


3 33 


8 lo 


tola 


aqain. 


7 31 5 


4 55 


8 ^^ 


«l:4 


Gov.Sull.di. 1808. set.68. 


7 3^ 5' 5 561 9 40 
7 32 51 6 55 to 30 


42:5 


Cioudt 


.136 


Liicy. up } apo. 


7 3» 5 >sctsii 20 
7 32 5 5 »9eveio 


'«47 


WASH.d.'99.JEt.68.y^ 


«5;F 


gd.Sun. in Ad. a 6 } S 


7 33 5 6 17 1 


162 


C. P. Ipf.& Dedh. jtorm. 


7 33 5! 7 »o 1 46 


17:3 


pleasant 


7 33 5' 8 24 2 31 


184 


7*sfou.9h. 40m. for 


7 33 5: 9 26 3 15 


»95 


a day or two. 


7 33 5, to 3* 4 


2oj6 


Low tides. Becom j 


7 33 5,tt 37 4 4* 


eii7 


St. Thomas, cooler 


7 53 5 porn. 


.5 25 


esJF 


4th. Sun. in Advent, luith 


7 33 5 44 


6 1, 


23l» 


some snow, d 9 


7 33 5 


1 52 


7 •• 
7 56 


ttji3 


Peacerig.atGhe.i8i4. 


7 33 5 


3 7 


-^b\\ 


Chrjstmas Day. Notverj- 


7 33 5 


4 24 


8 56 


c6.5 


St.Steph. Quite high 


7 33 5 


5 41 


10 I 


27 6 'St John co/^/or >per. 


7 33 5 


6 .T4 


II 8 


9.(S 7 |Inno. tides Ch-i tmas 


7 33 5 


^rise 


morn. 


29 Fjift. Sun. past Chris. d0H 


7 33 5 


6 28 


14 


30 !Z i Fine for d ^ H 


7 32 5 


7 51 


1 ^4 


:;i;3 ISilvester. the Benson. 


7 32 5 


9 5 


a 2 


""^ 













THE 



#assat})ttsetts iac0istei% 



A LIST OF THE G O V £ R N' O R S AND COMMAND- 
ERS IN' CHIEF OF PI.YMOL'Tli AND MAS.^A- 
C H U S F. r T S . 



Governors cf Plymouth^ 
i6eo John Carver 
16 M WMiam Bradford 
3633 El ward Winslow 
1634 Thomas Prince 
1633 William Bradford 

1636 Edward Winslow 

1637 William Bradford 

1638 Thomas Prince 

1639 William Bradford 



chosen annually by the Peop!f 
' 16 j4 Edward Winslow 



645 Will.am Bradford 
1657 Thomas Prince 
1673 Jnsias Winslow 
1680 Thomas Hinckley, cyAo 
lie/d his placc^ except during 
the interrubtion by Androi, 
till the junction with Massa- 
ckusttts tn 1692. 



Governors 0/ Massachusetts under the First Charter^ chosen 
annually by the People.* 

i6},5 Thomas Dudley 
1646 John Winihrop 
1649 John Endicott 
1654 Richard Bellinghan* 



1630 John Wlnthrop 
1634 Thomas Dudley 
J 635 John Haynes 

1636 Henry Vane 

1637 John Winthrop 

1640 Thomas Dudley 

1641 Richard Belllngham 
16^ John Winthrop 
1644 J^^" Endicott 



16,35 I^^" End)Cott 
iSh^ Richard Bellingham 
1673 J'^'^" l.cvi'rrtt 
1679 SimOn Bradftreet 



After the dissolution of the First Charter. 

1686 Joseph Dudley, Prest.uthr people, and Simon Brad- 

1687 Sir E'imund AwiroSfVi^irtcx elected President^ ivho 

Gwernor. \\in 1691 ivas ckosen (rov- 

1689 ^" Eimurid deposed by Wernor, 

Governors 0/ Massachusetts under th^ Second Charitr^ appoint^ 
ed by the King, 



1692 Sir William Phips 
1694 Wdliam Stou>-;hton, 
Lieutenant Governor. 



i699&i 700 Earl ofBcllamont 
1700 vVil'/um Stoughton, 
Untenant Gove'nor. 



' In 1628, the Company in England for settling Massachusetts Bay, 
chose Matthew Cradock, Governor, and Thomas GoffV, l.it-ulciisiut- 
<S-ovemor, but they uevci- came » America. 



Civil Government of Massachusetts. 



1702 May. The Council. 
Joseph Dudley. 

1714 Frh. The Coar.cil. 
March. Joseph Dud- 
ley. 

1715 William Taller, Z.z<r«- 
tinant Govefnnr, 

1716 Samue. Shute 

1723 \Vil'i..m Duinmer,/.^ 
Governor. 

1728 William Burnet 

1729 William Dummer.Z^ 

Governor, 
^730 Wm. Taller, Lt. Gov, 
Jonathan BcUhc^ 



I 1741 Wilii.im Shirley 

1 '749 ^K^n^^cr PJiips, Licu- 

1 ttvani Governor, 

j '7.53 William .Shirley 

I '7.5^ Spencer Phips, Lieu- 

j itnatU- Cover nor, 

I ^757 April. The Council 

l'hv)nt>as Pownal 

1760 Ihonias Huichlnsor^ 

Lieutenant Governor, 

Fit.ncis B rnard 

1770 i ho;nai Hutchinson, 
Lieutenant Governor, 

1771 fnomjs Hutchinson 
774 Thomas Gage 



1774 

^775 


Octoh 

JlJi'x. 


Since the Revolution. 
f. A Provincial Congress. 
The Council. 



Under the New Constitution, 

Governors. 
1780 John Hancoi k,to i78£. 
2785 lamesBowdo. , 2 j • .-.r-, 
1787 John Hancock. .0 170,-, 
J 79 1 Samuel Adaui.s3>« ^'^ 
i797lncreascSumiier.toi79g 
1800 Caleb Strong, to 180: 
j8o7 James Sullivan, toiHoy 
1809 Christo. Gore, to 1810 
i8io Eibrtd. Gerry, to 1812 
1812 Caleb Strorg, to 1816 
1816 John Brooks, to 1B22 



c/tosen annually by the People 

L 
■7H0 
17^8 
17% 
'794 
;8oi 



J. ^02 

1807 

;,^o9 
1 1810 
' 1812 



i^uienanl Governors, 
T;V'iTias C'ushmg 
Bei.jaram Lincoln 
S^m'i Aaams, to 1794 
Moses Gill, to 1 800 
SamutI Phillips, 
Eci.H.Robbns,toi8o6 
Levi Lincoln, to 1809 
David Cobb, to 1810 
William Gray,to 1812 
Wm. Phillips, to 1822 



Civil Government in Massachusetts. 
Tor the Political Year commencing May^ 1821, 
and ending May., 



1822. 



XHis Excellency JOHN BROOKS, Esq. LL.D. 

Govtrnor. 
His Honor William Phillips, 
Lieutenant Governor. 



/ 



Esq. 



Civil Government of Massachusetts. 17 



COUNCIL. 



«^on. Samuel Crocker, 
Silas Holmaii, 
Jliciiaxd Sullivan, 
Thomas Greenleaf, 
Daniel iNoble, 



Hon. Wiiliam Reed, 
Samuel Porter, 
Abraham floloies, 
Joseph Locke. 



^Secretary nfComrnonwealili^ Alben Bradford, Esq. 
Chief Clnk^ Edward M'Lane, Esq. 
Cicrky Samuel Austin. 

yTreas.and Receiver (imcral, Hon. D.\xip.i. Sargknt. 
Joseph Foster, 1st Clerk. J. I. Linzee, 2d CUrk> 
O/ilces in New State-House. 



SENATE. 

Hon. John Philmps, Frexiilrrif. 

Suffolk, Hon. John Phillips, John Wtlleh, Jon^jthan Hua- 

ewell, Warren Dutton, Lemuel bliaw, Jo.«L|ih 'J'ilden. 

Esfi<x. Hon. Israel B..rti(.ll, Robert Rantoul, Ebenezer 

Moselej, Jiobart Clark, John Glen King. 
MidiiL>-fjc. H-n. VVillii,rrj Whitttmore, William Austin. 
Plymouth. Hon. John Ihomas WilJiam Bourne. 
JVor/Llk. Hon Benjamin Reynolds, John Ruggles. 
Bristol. Hon. John M. VVilliaujs, Oliver Starkweather. 
Barnstable, Dukes County, 6i A'atiiucket. Hon. Eli- 
jah Cobb. 
Worcester. Hon. Aaron Tufts, Salem ^l/own, jr. John 

Shepley, Nathaniel Jones. 
Bam/ishire. Hon. Elihu Hoyt, Jonathan Dwii'ht, ir 

Mark Doolitlle, Alanson Knox. 
Bcrt^hire. Hon. Phineas Allen, Lemuel Moffit. 
Samuel F. M'Cleary, Esq. Cierk. 
John Farrie, jun. Esq. jiHsistant Cltrk. 
Rev. John Pierpont, Chajilain. 

HOUSE OF REPRESENT ATIVEJ?. 
Hon. JosiAH QuiNCY, Speaker. 
Benjamin Pollard, Esq. Clerk. 
Henry Codnan, J:sq. Jasistant Clerk. 
Rev. WiJliam Jenks, Chaplain, 
B 2 



18 Representatives.... Suffolk... .Essex. 



[O^The first column denotes the year of incorpora- 
tion ; the second, the Census of 1810, the third, the 
Census of 18'-20. Fi^^ures at the ends of lines denote the 
distance of miles from Boston.] 

Inc. 1643, May 10. SUFFOLK. ^ 
Cens. "^BosToN^Josiah Quincy,'^BeDJa- g 
1820 min Russpll,Thomap H. Perkins, ^ 
^W illiam Prescott, William Tudor, " 
43298 pl^jnde WalterVa^es Savage^en- 
jamin \Vest,^'athan Appleton, 
John CottonTGednev Kin2:vEnoch 
Silsby,M*eter C. Brooks,'*^ oseph 
Loverinic^eorge W. Otis, Na- 
than Hale^Jonathan Pliillips, He- 



ine. ICens. 
1630 1810 



33250 



594 



642 



man Lincoln, Edmund VVinches- 



ter,Vrancis C. Gray,Mlieodore 
Lyman, ir.Nenry Bas?^EIiphalet 
\Villiam«>VVill 



nry , - 

111 Sliimuiin^Fratt- 



cis J. Oliver, 
Che be a. 



Inc. 1643, May 10. ESSE v. 



1629 12613 



1664 
35 
37 
39 

39 
40 
43 
45 
45 
46 
49 
50 
68 
68 
75 



3569 
5176 
4087 
5943 
1682 
2047 
554 
1137 



3164 
5900 
815 
1890 
4608 
13ft9 



12731 "^ALEivi, Vathaniel Silsbee,^St6. 

"^Michael Siieppard, 

Sprague, 

rothing- 



^ phen Whitc'MVlichael Sii( 
'Joseph RopesjVoscph E. S 
'"^Davi^ Cummins, IS athl. Fi 
ham,^John Puachard,^>Bcnj .W, 
Crowninshield, .loseph Winn. 1 
2553 ' ifisivich, John Choate. 



3671 
3299 



"^^eivbury^ Silas Little. 
^Lynn, Ezra Mudge. 



6384 ^//oMce^rer, William W. Parrot. 30 



1825 
748 
572 
1201 
3070 
3889 



866 
1956 
4283 



3^ 

27 

32 

9 



"Rowley, Solomon Nelson, jr. 

Salifilmry^ Samuel Marsh. 

Wen ham. 

Manchester. 

HavcrhiU, Moses Wincratc. 
\4ndover^ Stephen Barker. 



b&'iO^larblehead, iohn Hooper, 



Tofififleld. 

Amcsbury^ Stephen Sargent. 

'Beverly^ Josiah Lovett. 



28 
40 
21 

23 
30 
20 
16^ 
24. 
401 
17 



1600^racf/or6', William GFe6jQou|;h. 28 



Representatives.. .... Middlesex. 



19 

1810. I 1820. k 

880 906 rSojr/bri/, Moses Dorinan. 24 

118li 137 r,V/-//m<'/7, Benjamin Osgood, 30 

541 596 jXJiddleton. 28 

3127 3646,^a?n'?r.?, Nathan Felton. 18 

7634 6852[Ne\vburyport/ ^Stephen W. 

Marston,Mbner Wood. 38 

609 596 Liinnfidd. 12 

780 802 ' Hamilton. 23 

. i^augm^ Abijah Cheever. 
1279 j Weat-Aenubunj^ Danl. Emery. 
1107 Essex. 
Inc. 1643, May 10. MIDDLESEX. 



4954 

1531 
1443 

2323 
1633 
1287 
1219 
2228 
1384 
1396 
1289 
1886 
1674 
475 
770 
1273 

1709 

1670 

1301 

1008 

1052 

773 

1345 

989 

467 

1330 

592 

716 



659I\;;HARLESTOwN,Thos.HarrisVohn 
H. Brown,M'hileinon R. Russell. 

1518 ^Vaiertoivn^ Levi Thaxter. 7 
1474, \ledfbrd, Turell Tufts. 4 
3295 >Sambridi£e, William Hilliard. 3^ 
n88"Xo«corrf, JohH Keyes. 18 
1417 Sudbury, Isaac Gibbs. 20 

1519 \Vobum, John Wade. lO 
2797 ^eadin^, Daniel Flint. 14 
1731 Maiden. 4 
1535 ^helm.^ford, Jonathan Perham. 26 
l^^d'-Billenca, 20 
1897 Proton, Luther Lawrence. 35 
1952 ^larlhoroug/i, Silas Shelton. 28 

584 Dunstable. 37 

811 ^htrburne^ Calvin Sanger. 22 
1495^Si;cTy & Boxboroiigliy Augustus 

Tower. 30 

1850 A''cvjton, Joseph Jackson. 9 
2037 ^\ammgham^ John Trowbridge. 24 

1407 Dracut. 30 

1041 ^^tVcston, George W. Smith. 15 

1200 Lexington, Nathan Chandler. 10 
955 H^itUeton, Jonathan Manning. 
Hofikinton. 

liollistony John Mellen. 
Stoneham. 

HVesr/ord, Thomas Fletcher. 
Sedfordy William Wtbb'^r. 
WilmingtGn. 



1655 
1042 
615 
1409 
648 
7S6 



28 
32 
27 
10 
28 
18 
16 



20 Representatives.... Hamp....Plymouth. 



Inc. I 
1732 
34 
35 
37 
53 
53 
54 
67 
80 
81 
89 



1810. I 

1246 
943 
885 

1014 
814 

1333 
713 

1103 
824 
766 
704 
471 
672 
608 
971 



1482 ^^uwnstmd^ Aaron Warren. 45 

1008 T'lvhbury. 24 

1047r^c>'07i,.ioseph Noyes. 24 

1677 Hyolham, Luke fiske. 11 

922ii>hirlty, 41 

1439nP//?//r.Tf//. Abel Jewett. 40 

706 i^incol/i^ Elijah Fiske. 16 

U\i^ Mhby. 50 

962 iLast iiudbury^MicaiiM. Rutter. 17 

849 JVadck. 18 

808 Tyiigsborough. 30 

508 L BurUn,i(/.'j7i. ] Q 



681 *^rU4e, John Heald. 20 

702 fright on. Gorham Parsons. 5 

\QQA^^Wtst-Canibridgi, Thos. Russell. 4 

\^outh- Reading John Hart. 10 



Inc. 16G2, May 7. HAMPSHIRE. 



2631 

1247 

805 

1185 

1171 

902 

1225 

1469 

2270 

996 

1408 

850 

1.391 

1122 

968 

1009 

793 

652 

822 

977 

660 



2854 

146 

823 

1278 

1160 

1047 

778 

1917 

2426 

1134 

1447 

1066 

1276 

1087 

849 

1060 

896 

632 

755 

936 



^Northampton, James Dickinson. 95 

^^adky, Charles P. Thelps. 90 

HatJieLd. 95 

Pil/iam. 85 

Southam/iton. 100 

\>ouJi Hadky, Joseph Strong, jr. 90 

Grtfcnivicfi. 75 

S^m/^cr6/, Nathan Franklin. 91 

^clchcrtown, Joseph Bridgman. 80 

Ware. 70 

Chi' at tr field. 105 

^rrufiby^ Eli Dickinson. 96 

'^W.rChingtori^VxowhTx^^e Ward, 1 10 

100 
105 
110 
100 
105 
110 
110 
90 



^Williamsburg^ John WelU 
JVorivich. 
Cummington. 
Wesfhamfiton. 
Gosfirn. 
Middleficld. 

-^laififield, Elijah Warner. 
712 "^as-t/ium/iton, Thad. Clapp. 
873 ^^'-^'" ^-'-- - ' 



'^iiHi'ld^ Jesse Forbes. 



Inc. 1685. PLYMOUTH. 
l&20i 42281 4384I\Plymouth, Barnabas Hedge. 



36 



Representatives... .Bristol, ..Barnstable. 2 



Inc. I 
1635 



1810. I 

2382 1 

2969 I 

2201 , 

1364 i 

132 i 

5157 I 

4400 ! 

2954 

703 

2051 

1704 

1137 

1171 

900 

851 

858 



1820. I . V 

2855 Hingha7}i^ames S<epI)enpon,Tol- 
omon Jone«<^06rph Richardson. 
3505 Scilua(e,'^M\Vrdn\ Peakes. 
2403 'S'Juxburij. Seth Spragiie. 
1532 jyiars/ijickl^^isha. Phillips. 

172 ^^uU. 
5670 ^^Bridgcwater^ Hector Orr. 
4687 Middiedoroug/iyMaxUn Keith. 
3034 I^oc/iester^osQph Meigs. 

&30 Plywtiton. 
1297 ^ Pembroke /^^\\^Kixvi Whitman. 
11)20 ! Abington^ Nathan Gurney. 
1313 Kingston, 
1211 . Hanover. 

749 ^ Halifax^ Nathaniel Morton. 

952 IVareham. 

839 Carver. 

917 Hanson^ /£hom2iS Hobart 



14 
17 
27 
30 
9 
24 
34 
48 
32 
23 
17 
32 
22 
32 
54 
38 
24 



Inc. 1685 



BRISTOL. 



4520 ^Taunton, Cromwell Washburn. 32 

2740 l^ehohoth, David Perry. 37 

3636 ^f^artmowhy Caleb Anthony, 62 

1933 ydtvajiZcy John Mason. 47 

1863 'yi'netoivii^ Hercules Cushman. 40 
3055 ;.»<^/i/f^^oro\Abiath.Richardson,jr. 28 

1600 y^Sforion^ Ephraim Rayjnond. 31 

653 ^ig fit 071, John Hathaway. 38 

1803 j Easton. 22 

1071 'y^^aynham, Samuel Wilbour. 32 

1060 \Jicrklcy, Apollos Tobey 35 

1222 'yAlanyfidd, Solomon Pratt, jr. 26 
^9M ^y^^e-.v- Bedford, Thonjas Kotch, 

Ll^eraucl Williams, jr. 52 

2633 yWratfio-i, Abner Brownelll 60 

1 116 y^^^omtr^et, Edward Slade. 42 

1594 y^roy, Abraham Bowen. 48 

2733 \Aairhaven. Stephen Merrihew. 48 

2775 U^'e^o?;^', Peter Hunt. 33 

93^\/WeUington, Joseph Gooding. 33 

Inc. 1685 BARNSTABLE. 
1639 1 3646] 3824 j^arnstabj.e, Nymphas Marston.66 



3907 

4866 

3219 

1839 

1878 

2716 

1598 

1650 

1557 

1154! 

1014 I 

1030! 

5651 i 

2585 
1199 
1296 



22 Representatives.. .. Dukes ..Nant....Worcestec. 



luc. f 

1639 
99. 
46 
86 
94 

1709 
12 
27 
23 
33 
97 

1803 



1671 

71 

1714 



1687 



18 JO. I 

2382 
2134 I 

751 , 
2237 i 
1942 
1209 
1334 

936 
1402 
1739 
1248 
4112 



1820. 

2884 
2232 

766 
2370 
1980 
1241 
1630 
1252 
1472 
1997 
1348 
1285 

150 



Sandwich. 

^annmt/h James Crowell. 
^ (ftham^ Harding Kuowles. 

MalnvjWh^ Shubael Lawreoce. 

H rwklu 

Truro. 

Chatham. 
/Provincctown, Joseph Atkius. 
/^Veljleet., Josiah Whitman. 

D nnif-:^ Oren Howes 

Ch'kans^ Daniel Cojuinsfs. 
^rewstef^ Isaac Foster, jr. 
^ylarshjice. 



5441 
701 
891 

72 < 
791 

I07t 
85 

116' 
971 
76( 
8Si 
88i 



Inc. 1695, June 20. DUKES COUNT-Y. 

1365 j 1374 MEdgarton', William Jerue^an. 871 
1202 1223 \Tv4m-q. 85 

723 I 695 I ChilmirkJiohii Hancock. 90 

Inc 1695, June 20. NANTUCKET. 

6807 I 7266 | Na\ rucKF/ry^ethro Mitchell, : 
rancis G. Macy, ^Barker Bur- 



|NAV 

L^ranc 
fndl, 



1001 



Inc. 1731. 



WORCESTER. 



16531 
67! 
84^ 

1713 
13 
13 
U'- 
17, 

18 : 

27' 
27 J 
27! 
28; 
31 > 
.32 1. 
35 I 
35 
381 



April 2. 

1694 ' 1862 ^,ynca.'irer, Jacob Fisher. 351 

1819 2254 >yM^vion, Daniel Thurber. 321 

2962 jS\^oRCESTER, Abraham Lincoln. 4(M 
1592 NOj:/.:„f/, Abiiah Davis. 54' 

n>o2 nLeiasttr, John Hobart. 46 

12G2 rji ; land, Joel Davis. 56 

20r,6 ^^ufton, Jonas Sibley. 46 

13':?6 : JV.'t6o7-jiv^^/i. 34 

2292 Vo.-mV^^.W, Joseph W.Hamilton 64 



2527 
1227 
1181 
1231 
2660 
1048 
317!) 
1404 
12(. 
1210 
14371 
1226 
1481 
94b 
995 
1657 



15.S1 >fZr,6 ' 5-/, Bezaleel Taft. jr. 
1030 >SowMroii^'hy Dexter Fay. 
1458 j Shr iv^hir-y. 
i Lunmhurich. 
H)udlev, William Winsor. 
H rvard. 
Graf ton. 
^^p.ton.^ Ezra Wood. 



1209 
1615 

15:^7 
1 1.^4 
1088 



1836 Wlardivickt Timothy Paige. 



38 
30 • 
40' 
45' 
55 > 
35 I 
401 
38 
701 



1738 
38 
40 
40 
41 
46 
«1 
S3 
54 
54 
62 
62 
62 
46 
64 
65 
65 
65 
66 
67 
59 
71 
72 
74 
78 
«0 
81 



R eprcsen tati ves. ... Berkshire. 

1810. I 1820. I 



1037 
1927 
1072 
1584 
U14 
1142 

912 
1453 
1490 
2180 
1205 
1041 

848 
1566 
1173 

619 
1415 
1036 

794 



1229 i^ollon, Bernard Nurse, 
1633 Sturbridge^ 
1402 \fioIdin, Ethan Da\is. 
n90' SLforninstc'r, Jonas Kendall. 
^Vcstern^ Oliver Bliss. 
Dcuglu'i. 



23 

33 
70 
51 
46 
65 
47 



1112 

1375 ^„.. 

888 \^en^-Braij.tref, Gideon Delano. 66 
1548 '^^ 
1626 
2134 
1331 
1211 

986 
1736 
1263 



Sfiencer. 

^harltori^ Samuel Hall. 

Temfileton, 
"W^^/, James Humphreys. 

Oukhum. 

Fi'c/idurg. 

IViyichf^ndon. 



613 jPu-Tton. Samuel Harrington, 
1424 ^lioyaiston, Rufus Bullock. 
1230 \4^hbw'n/i'i7n^ Joseph Jewett 
1018 N'rthhorough. 



1227! 1367 WM/i^^arfAs^v//, Daniel Woodward 60 



1419 

1062 
713 

1971 
510 
973 

1472 

591 
815 
COO 

625 
632 



51 
66 
60 
60 
72 
62 
42 
60 
55 
70 
55 
36 



1634 XVVestminstfr, 54 

1261 "^ri-nct'thn^ David Rice. 52 

905 jN'orthbrKlge, 45 

2077 "/''ar'V, Oliver Harding. 66 

608 IVurd. 50 

1160 >//,^-/rfi', Pearly Hunt. 30 
1710 o^rrr/^^^5-, >ames Wilder, I>uther 



^430 
K72 

ns2 

■ISO 



R"gg. 46 

625 >i' r/tw, Amos Savv^yer. 33 

911 Gard7i>r 58 

902 '^Qyhton^ Aaron White. 45 
916 ^fiiltifiston, John Doane 

664 Dana. 75 

886 IVfst Boylston. 45 

I0r*5 J^orth Brookfield. qq 

1066 iSouthbridge. Calvin Amidown. 
Inc. 1761, April 21. EErxP:SHlRE. 



2476 "S/nffield, Rcberi F. Barnard. 

1377 ^'tockbriagr^ Isaac Curti?,jr. 130 

16(;8 W. Marlboro', Zenas Wheeler. 118 

865 Jigremonr. I5O 



125 
130 



24 

Inc. I 1810. 

1761 1665 



1784 

1648 

147 

1680 

i 1303 

I 411 

I 1843 

; 1028 

J 1041 

i 1310 

1108 

912 

522 

nil 

1049 

1049 

942 

1305 

1763 

474 

77^ 

1315 

711 

231 

822 

392 



Representatives,. ..Norfolk . 

1820. Iv ^ V 

27t;8 y'itti^/iclct^ JonsithAn Allen/^^il- 

liana C. Jarvis. 
1908 "^-i'^eat Barring-ton., Isaac L, 

Vandeusen. 
1646 '"Sandiii field, George Hull. 

Southfield, 
1443 Tyrvigham, 
131 9 I^ne^^borough.^ John Young. 

356 A>=ry Ashford, 
2010 T^UliamstoivJi, Keyes Danforth. 

984 rBtfcket, George Conant. 

923 Bichmond. 
1315 rLENOx, Charles Mattoon. 
1085 ^ Windsor^ Noah Greene. 

74 J' Peru, 

570 ^Mford. 

981 j Oh'.9, Lester Filley. 
1034 ^ lVest-Slockbridi(r. 



1165 

750 

1384 

1836 

467 

917 



iJaTicocky John Gardner. 
^^Vashint^ton^ Jasper Morgan. 
/>^e, Gershom Bassett. 
yidams, Richmond Brown. 
Mount Wcwhingion. 
Dalton, 



852 
274 
822 
431 
92 
150 



1292 '^'heshire., Francis Fffefc. 



Saxfoy. 

Clarkftburgh-. 

Hinsdale. 

Florida. 

Gore, 

Zoar, 



125 

125 
112 
112 
116 
123 
121 
130 
110 
130 
125 
12C 

lis 

125 

lie 

13C 

130 
12C 
12(1 
12C 
13(1 
1-20 
liO 
120 

i2q 

125 

130' 



Inc. 1793, March 2j^. NORFOLK. 
2930 I o684 SDorc/irster^ James Humphreys. 
3669 I 4135 ^'i^oxhiiry, Sherman Leland. 
1889 i 240r ^H'e'z/mouM,N:hristopher Webb, 

^Levi Bates. 
5172 2493 S)kdham, Edward Dowse. 
13.50 1466 ^rahifrer, Minot Thayer. 
786 1440 ^Ttd/idd and Dover, Johnson 
Mason. 
1264 1502 Milton. 
2478 2801 ^VTenihcw. Josiah J. Fiske. 



171 

T 

S4> 



Representatives,. ..Franklin. 



2B 



I 1810. 


1820. 


L 




784 . yoO BroofcHne, John Robinson. 


6 


1097 1227 I M'fd/iam. 


12 


1^23 1523 


Medway. 


20 


766 1034 


^elUngham^ Behiamin Hall. 


26 


1098 1366 


^Waifio/e, Jesse Boyden. 


18 


1134 1313 


^'Stoughto7i^ John Drake. 


17 


lOCO 


1010 


Sharon. 


18 


994 


1099 


CohnfiS^t, 


20 


1393 


1630 


franklin ^ he wis Fisher. 


26 


870 


1004 


Foxborough. 


24 


548 


548 


Dover.. 


16 


1281 


1623 "^uiucy^eivr&rd MiIler,^Noah 




Curti?. 


8 


1170 


1546 -Riiidolfih, Luther Thayer. 


15 


1353 


1268 Canton, 


14 


Inc. 1811, June 24. FRANKLIN. 




1570 


1868 


Deerfield, Rufus Saxton. 


n 


1218 


1584 


A'orihfieid. 


94 


551 


597 


Sunderland. 


90 


1165 


1361 


^Greenfield, Solomon Smead. 95 


2167 


2146 


' A'f'iO-Snleni^ Varney Pearce. 


80 


934 


1074 


Mo?itagJic. 


87 


2016 


1961 


"Cobairie., Robert L. McClalJen 


105 


939 


1026 


Sliutrxbury. 


82 


811 


912 


^.ar)inr''raon, fJat?el Purple. 


P6 


1227 


1256 


"IVarwick, Caleb Mayo. 


80 


1809 


1748 '' Afihjitld. 


105 


987 


1081 ^-Charlemont, Stephen Bates. 


110 


1784 


1705 ■'X'on^vny, Joel Parsons. 


100 


961 


10.'2 'r^Shelburne, William Wells. 


300 


891 


1076 n'/:meli/. 


92 


769 


P,57 


Lcvcrrft 


85 


1097 


1037 


^f^uckland., Joseph Griswold. 


105 


583 


95P 


^'W uddl., Josliua Greene. 


80 


7c4 


829 


O'-ariire. 


75 


839 


851 


Rovje. 


130 


917 


1122 


heathy Ephraim Hastings. 


125 


1031 


1089 


H iroley. 


120 


762 


800 


, G.'V/ 


90 


1009 


674 


V.rz/r/^72, George Ma wrj. 


^m 




.& 


Ervin Grant 





2G 



Inc. I 
1645 

69 
1731 
41 
52 
54 
60 
62 
63 
6i 
70 
74 
74. 
80 
8:i 
92 
96 
1810 



Joint Standing Committees. 
Inc. 181?, February 25. HAMPDEN. 



1810. I 

2767 

2130 

13 .'5 

1615 

1114 

1504 

1674 

645 

1776 

1534 

1 .129 

3109 

730 

595 

1036 

422 

420 

798 



1820. 



Spristgfiel*, George Bliss. 
668 ^4V.sf/idd^ James Fowler, 
1612 "^rini/if/d, Stephen Pynchon. 
1515 ^hnufjrd^ David Blair, jr. 

.197 Paluh: 

1643 f^O^anv/Z/d', Joel Root. 
2126 ' 
683 
1979 
1526 



1246 

60 i 

1171 

491 
'^53 
692 



\H:ns(jn, Abijah Newel!'. 

-S" Bri?n field, Samuel Webber. 

m/d ah:vi 
^/leste . Horace Smith. 



1255 '^out/i 



J'oseph Forward. 



97 

105 
75 

116 
82 

120 
80 
80 
89 

120 

no 



3246 "^Fet ^firingfieUl, Caleb Rice. 100 

1246 Ludlow. 90 

Mont (f ornery 100 

Longmeudoiv, Oliver Bliss. 97 

Russell. 108 

Holland. 7 3 

'Tolland, Henry Hamilton. 125 

Q:^ The whole popalation of Massachusetls is 523. ?57-, 
of whono 3425 are foreigners not naturalized — 6,868 are 
free blacks. Na slaves. 



Mefotenger *o the General Court, Jacob Kuhn. 
jifisistant Alefsenger, Elijah W. Cutting. 
Page to the H.use, Thomas P. Rid'er. 

Messenger to Goy^Sz Council, Jonathan D. Robin*. 
TVatchm-^n of Stale- Hou^ey Thomas Aves. 



JOINT STANDING COMMITTEES, 1821. 

On Eaftttr^ Land.'i. 
Of the Senate, Hon. Mep^r^. Welles. Dwis;!^ 
Of the House, Messrs. Lincoln, of Worcester^ Williams 
Boston, Sanger, Sherburne. 

On Accounts. 
Of the Senate, Hon. Mfs^rs. Hoyt, R,\n(nul. 
Of the House, Messrs. Sibley, of Sutton, Tobey, Berkley, 
Allen, Pittsfield, 

On Incorpr.vation <f To'TW-f and Districts. 
Of the Senate, Hon. Messrs. Dooiittle, Knox. 
Of the House, Messrs. FJint, of Reading, Hobart, Han- 
son, Sprague, Salem. 



Committees of the House. 21 

On Baf^ks and Bankini^, 
Of the Senate, Hon. Messrs. iJutton, King. 
Of the House, Messrs. Brooks, ol Boston, Silsbee, Salem, 
Dickinson, Northampton. 

On Ajifilkationsfrom Sick and Wounded Soldiers. 
Of the Senate, Hon. Messrs. HuneweiJ, Ruggles. 
Of the House, Messrs. Crowninshield, of Salem, Pearce, 

New Salem, Phillips, Boston. 

On Tur/iikesj Bidges^ and Canals. 
Of the Senate, Hon. Messrs. Tuft^, Moffit. 
Of tiie House, Messrs. Kendall, of Leominster, Bajrber, 
Andover, Lincoln, Bosto i. 

Cn I Uerior Fisheries, 
Of the Senate, Hon. Messrs. Allen, Bourne. 
Qf the House, Messrs. Whitman, of Pembroke, Osgood, 
Methuen, Kutter, East ifudbur/. 

On the Incorfioration of Panfih-s and other Religious 

Parishes. 
Of the Senate, Hon. Messrs. Bartlett, Reynolds. 
Of the House, Messrs. Humphreys, of Dorchester, Cum* 
mings, Salem, McClallen, Colraine. 

On Mi'd U'fial unci 'School Lands. 
Of the Senate, Hon. Messrs. Thomas, Jones. 
Of the House, Messrs. Humphreys, of Athol, Tower, 
Stow, Mitchell, Nantucket. 

On JVeiu Trials. 
Of the Senate, Hon. Messrs. Williams, Shaw. 
Of the House, Messrs. Lawrence, of Groton, Thaxtef, 
Watertown, Burnard, Sheffield. 

On AfijiUcanons for Manufacturing Com/ianics, 
Of the Senate, Hon. Messrs, Varnum, Clarke. 
Of the House, Messrs. Sprague, of Duxburj, Littde, New- 
bury, Conant, Becket. 



COMMITTEES OF THE HOUSE. 

On County Estimates. Messrs. Page, of Hard wick, 
Smead, Greenfield, Orr, Bridgewater. 

On (he Pay Roll. Messrs. Cotton, of Boston, Rus- 
K-3^, West Cambridge, Fisher, Lancaster. 



^8 Courts of Sessions. 

On Finance. Messrs. Heclge,df Ply mouth, Jarvis, Pitts* 
field, Phelps, Hadlej, Appleton, Boston, Wade, Woburu. 

On Leave of Abaence. Mes&rs. Harris, of Charles- 
town, Bridgman, Belc^rtovvn, Miller, Qiiincy. 

On Engrossed Bills. Messrs. Gray, of Boston, Cush- 
man, Freetown, Fowler, Westfield. 

On Contested Elections. Messrs. Leland, of Roxbu- 
ry, Williams, New-Bedford, Webb, Weymouth, Hooper, 
Marblehead, Lyman, Boston. 

On Bills in the Third Reading. Messrs, Tudor, of 
Boston, Weld, Petersham, Keys, Concord. 

On Change of ■N'ames. Messrs. Pynchon, of Brim- 
field, Cummings, Salem, Tobey, Burkley. 

""■ SUPREME TUDICIAi7cOURT~ 

Justices. 

Hon, Isaac Parker, LL.D- of Bosk)n, Chief Justice. 

Hon. George Thacher, of Newburyport, 

Hon. Charles Jackson, LL.D. of Boston. 

Hon. Samuel Putnam, of Salem. 

Hon. Samuel Surai^er Wilde, LL.D. of Newburyport. 
./Ittomey General., Hon. Perez Morton, of Dorchester. 
Solicitor General^ Hon. Daniel Davis, of Boston. 
Reporter of Decisions, Hon. Dudley A. Tyng, of Boston. 



COURT OF COMMON PLEAS. 

Hon Artemas Ward, Chief Justice. 
Hon. Solomon Strong, Leominster, ) 
Hon. John M. Williams, Taunton, > Associate Justices. 
Hon. Samuel Howe, Northampton, S 



MUNICIPAL COURF IN BOSTON. 

Hon. Thomas Dawes, Judges 
Joseph H. Pierce, Clerk. 
James T. Austin, Attorney. 

The TOWN COURT sits every Wednesday. 
William Minot, Justice. 

COURTS OF SESSIONS. ' 

SUFFOLK. 

Hon. William Donnison, Boston, Chief Justice. 
Russell Stursris, Edward Jones, ) . • * t *• -. 
William Little; Benjamin Rand, \ ^^^ocate Justices. 



Courts of SessioQSi S9 

ESSEX. 

John Heard, Chief Justice. 
Neh. Cleavelaud, John Funchard, Associate Justices^ 

MIDDLESEX. 

Joseph Locke, CJiief Justice. 
Abiel Haywood, Isaac Fiske, Associate Justices. 

HAMFSUIRE. 

Chief Justice. 
Ezra Starkweather, Samuel Porter, Associate Justices. 

PLYMOUTH. 

N. M. Davis, Chief Justice. 
Elisha Ruggles, John Thomas, Associate Justices. 

BRISTOL^ 

Laban Wheaton, Chief Justice. 
Seth Washbun^, Apollos 1 obey. Associate Justices. 

BARKSTABLE. 

Samuel P. Croswell, of Falmouth, Chief Justice. 

Elijah Cobb, of Brewster, ) -^^s^^iate Justices 

Klisha Doane, of Yarmouth, ^' 

DUKES. 

Hon. Matthew Mayhew, of Chilraark, Chief Justice. 
Johii Da>is, of Tisbury, ) Associate Justices. 

Ichabod iNortou, ot Ldgarton, > 

WAWTUCKET. 

Hon. William Coffin, Chief Justice. 
Josiah Hussey, Zaccbeus Hussey, Associate Justice^* 

WORCESTER. 

Seth Hastings, Chief Justice. 
Benjamin Kimball, Aaron Tufts, Associate Justices. 

BERKSHIRE. 

William P. Walker, Chief Justice. 
Joseph Whiton, Wolcott Hubbell, Associate Justic^!:. 

NORFOLK. 

Jairus Ware, Chief Justice. 
Samuel Swett, Daniel idams, Associate Justices. 

FRANKLIN. 

Elijah Paine, Chief Justice. 
Joshua Green, Asa Stebbins, Associate JusticcB. 

HAMPDEN. 

Stephen Pynchon, Chief Justice, 
Heoian Day, Sylvester Emmons, Associate Justices. 
C 2 



30 Coiffts in Massachusetts. 

Calendar of the Sufireme Judicial Courts. 

LAW TERMS. 

Suffolk and Nantucket. — Boston, first Tuesday iu 
March. 

£ssex.—' Salem, on the 5th Tuesday next after the 4th 
Tuesday in September. 

Af;V/c//fs<f a:.— Cambridge, on the 2d Tuesday next af- 
ter the 4th Tuesday in September. 

Bristol, Plymouth, Barnstable, and Dukes County, 
Plymouth and Taunton, alternately, on the 3d Tuesday 
next after the 4th Tuesday of September. 

Worcester — Worcester, on the 1st Tuesday next af- 
ter the 4th Tuesday in September. 

Berkshire. — Lenox, on the 2d Tuesday in September. 

jVorfolk. — Dedham, on the 4th Tuesday next after the 
4th Tuesday of September. 

HamfishirCy Hamfiden, and Franklin. — Northamp- 
ton, on the 4th Tuesday in September. 

NISI PRICS TF.RMS. 

Suffolk and Nantucket. — Boston, 6th Tuesday next 
after the 4th Tuesday in September. 

Rs^ex and Worcester. — At Ipswich, for Essex coun- 
ty, and at Worcester, for Worcester county, 6th Tues- 
day next after the 4th Tuesday in ^larch. 

Middlesex. — At Concord,on the 4th Monday in March. 

Norfolk. — At Dedham, on the 3d Tuesday in February. 

Berkshire and Plymouth. — At Lenox, for Berkshire 
county, and at Plymouth, for Plymouth county, on the 
10th Tuesday next after the 1st Tuesday in March. 

Hamfishire. — At Northampton, on the 8th Tuesday 
next after the 1st Tuesday in March. 

Hamfiden., Barnstable, and Dukes County. — At 
Springfield, for Hampden county, and at Barnstable, for 
Barnstable and Dukes' counties, on the yth Tuesday next 
after the 1st Tuesday in March. 

Franklin and Bristol. — At Greenfield, for Franklin* 
county, and at Taunton, for Bristol county, on the 7th i 
Tuesday next after the 1st Tuesday in March. 



Calendar of Courts of Common Picas. 
Suffolk. ^Boston. 1st Tuesdays in January, April, Jo- 4 
Ij^ and October. 



Courts in Massachusetts. 31 

Essex. ~\psiv/\ch on the 3d Monday of March, and 3d 
Monday of December. — Salem, 3d Monday of June. — 
Newburyport, 3d Monday of September. 

Middleatjc.— Concord^ 2d Monday in Sept. 2d Mon- 
day in March, and 2d Monday of June,— Cauibridge, 2d 
Monday in December. 

Hamfishire. — Northampton, 4th Monday in March, 
.3d Monday jn August, and 3d Monday in November. 

P/ymow^/i.— Plymouth, 2d Monday in April, 2d Mon- 
day in August, and 3d Monday in November. 

Bristol. — Taunton, 2d Mondays iu March, June, Sep- 
tember and December. 

Barnstable. — Barnstable, 3d Tuesday in April, and 
l^-t Tuesday in September. 

Dukea. — Edgarton, 3d Monday in May, and 2d Mon- 
day in November. 

Nantucket. — Nantucket, 2d Monday in May, and let 
Monday in November. 

Worcester. — Worcester, 2d Monday in March, 3d 
Monday in June, Monday next after the 4th Monday in 
August, and 2d Monday next after the 4th Monday in 
November. 

Berkshire. — Lenox, 4tli Monday of February, June, 
and October. 

A'orfolk. — Dedham, 4th xMonday in April, 3d Monday 
in September, and 3d Monday in December. 

Frankli?!. — Greenfield, on the Tuesday of the next 
week after the 4th Monday in March, 2d Monday in Au- 
gust, and 2d Monday in November. 

HamfuLn. — Springfield, 3d Monday in March, 4th 
Monday in August, and 4tb Monday in November. 



Calendar of Courts of Sessions. 

Suffolk. — Boston, 1st Tuesday in January'-, 3d Tues- 
day of April, 1st Tuesday of Jiil^-, and 1st of October 

Jiss-ex. — Ipswich, on the 2d Tuesday of April. — At Sa- 
lem, on the 2d Tuesday of July ; and at Ncwburyport, 
on the 2d Tuesday of October. 

Middlesex — Cambridge, on the first Tuesday of Jan- 
uary, and at Concord, on the 2d Tuesday in May, ajvd 
on the 3d Tapsday in September. 



32 Probate Courts in Massachusetts. 

Hampshire. — Northampton, on the Ut Tuesdaj in 
September, and on the 1st Tuesday in March. 

P/ywowM.^PIjnjouth, on the 3d Tuesday in March, 
and on the 1st Tuesday in August. 

B iatiil -r^Taunton, on the 4th Tuesday in March, and 
on the 4th Tuesday in beptember. 

//ar««/'a6^,',— Barnstable, on the last Tues. in March, 
and on the 3d Tuesday in September. 

Z>M/t(^.s- (own t/.^-Edgarton, on the Wednesday next 
after the 3d Monday in May, and on the Wednesday 
next after the 2d Monday in November, 

.Vm?wrXr?r -^Nantucket, 3d Monday of April, and 2d 
Monday of October. 

/4^orc«^^-*.~ Worcester, on the 2d Tuesday of March, 
and on the 2d Tuesday of September. 

Brrkshire. — Lenox, on the last Tuesday in April, 
and on the last Tuesday in September, 

Norfolk — Dedham, ou the 3d Tuesday of April, and 
•n the 4th Tuesday in September. 

/'Hv:/('('?>7. -^Greenfield, on the 1st Tuesday in March 
and on the 3d Tuesday in November. 

Hv.mpdm, — Springfield, on the 4th Tuesday in March, 
and on the Tuesday next preceding the 4th Monday Jn 
August. 



Calendar of Probate Courts in Massachvsetts. 

SUFFOLK. 

At the Probate Office in Court Street, Boston, every 
Monday in the ypar except the first Monday in each 
month. 

ESSEX. 

At the Probate Office in I/is'jvic/i, on the first Tuesday 
hi February, March, May, J«jne, August, September, 
November, and Deccmber.-^At Salem, 1st Tuesday ia 
January, Aprjl, July and October, and the 3d Tuesday 
in February, May, August and November. — At Newbu- 
ryport, on the last Tuesday in March, June, September, 
-«nd December. — At Haverhill, on the 3d Tuesday in 
April and October.— ^At Gloucester, the 3d Tuesday in 
January and July .t— At Marblehead, on Wednesdays foN 
lowing the first Tuesdays in April and October. 



Probate Courts in Massachusetts. 33 

MIDDLESEX. 
At -Cambridge, on the 2d Tuesday in January, Febru- 
ary and November, last Tuesday in May and August, and 
Tuesday next preceding 2d Monday in December. — At 
Concord, last Tuesday iu February, 1st Tuesday in 
April, Tuesday next preceding 2d Monday in June and 
September, and 3d Tuesday in November. — At Groton, 
on the 1st Tuesday in March, id Tuesday in May, and 
3d Tuesday in October.— >At Framingham, on the fourth 
Tuesday in June, and on tlie 2cl in October. — At Charles- 
town, on the Tuesday next preceding last Tuesday in 
August. — At Woburn, on the 4th Tuesday in April.— At 
Chelmsford, on the 1st Tuesday in October. 

HAMPSHIRE. 
At Northampton, 1st Tuesday of each month in the 
year, excepting June, at the Probate Office,— At Am- 
herst, on the 2d Tuesday in April and October. — At Bel- 
chertown, the 2d Tuesday in February and August. — At 
Chesterfield, 2d Tuesday in May and September. The 
several Courts opened at 9, A. M. 

PLYMOUTH. 

At Probate Office in Plymouth, on the 2d Mondays of 
April and August, and on the 3d Mondays of all the oth« 
er months. — At Scituate, on the 1st Tuesdays of March, 
June, September and December. — At East Bridgewater, 
on the 1st Tuesdays of April, July and October.— At Mid- 
dleborough, on the 1st Tuesdays of May, August and No- 
vember. — At Rochester, on Wednesday next folld-wing 
1st Tuesday of May. — At Plympton, first Tuesday of 
January. 

BRISTOL. 

At Taunton, 1st Tuesday in January, March and Au- 
gust. — At Freetown, 1st Tuesday in February. — At Re- 
iiobolh, 1st Tuesday in April — At New-Bedford, 1st Tues- 
day in May and October — At Dighlon, 1st Tuesday in 
June and December, and on the 1st Friday after tiie let 
Tuesday in February, April, May, July, September, Oc- 
tob<jr and November — Norton, Ist Tuesday in July and 
November. — Seekhonk, 1st Tuesday in btptember. 

BARNSFABLE. 
Barnstable, 2d Tuesday of April, May, June and Sep- 
teniber — Great Marshes, 2d Tuesday of January, Feb- 
TUi-ry, July and December. — Yarmouth, 2d Tuesday of 



34 Probate Coufts in Massachusctts-V 

AtJgust.-^Sandwicb, 2d Tucfday of November.-*-ral- 1 
mouth, day after the ccmrt is held in Sandwich. — Brews- ^ 
ter, 3d Tuesday of Marc!), and 2d Tuesday of October. ; 
— Harwich, the day beA»re each time last mentioned.—-, 
Orleans, the Wednesday next followinjr 3d Tuesday in i 
March, and 2d Tuesday in October. —Welfleet, the day 
after each time last mentioned. 

WORCESTER. 

At the Court-House in Worcester, 1st Tuesday in ey-i 
^ry montli. Brookheld, west parish, the 2d Tuesday ia^ 
April, and 4th Tuesday in October. Lancaster, 3d Tues- 
day in May and November. Uxbridge, 4th Tuesday in i 
May and November. Templeton, the Thursday next af-< 
ter the 3d Tuesday in May and on the 3d Tuesday in i 
October. 

BERKSHIRE. 
' On the 1st Tuesday in every month at the Probate Of- 
fice in Lenox On the 2d Tuesday in May, July, and No- 
vember, at the inn of Major Timothy GriswoM, in Great 
Harrington, and on the 2d Tuesday of April, June and 
October, at the inn of Capt. Bacon, in Lanesboro\ 
NORFOLK. 

Dedham, Ist Tuesday in each month. Quincy, sec- 
ond Tuesdays of February, May, August and November. 
■VVrentham,^in first parish, two terms in a year, at such 
times as the Judge shall appoint. 
FRANKLIN. 

Greenfield, 4th Tuesday in August, 2d do. in Octobef, 
1st do in November, 3d do. in December, 2d do. in Feb- 
ruary. 2cl do in March, 2d do. in May, and 3d Ao. in June. 
Conway, at the house of Col. Jabez .Newhall.. on the first 
Tuesday in Januciry, 3d do. in July. Charlemont, at the 
house of Joel Hall, on the 3(1 Tuesday in May, and 
3d do of October. Wendell, :a tlie house of Clark Stone, 
on the 1st Tuesday of J'ebriirti^, 1st do. of September, 
HAMPDEN, 

At Springfield, the 3d I'nesday in January. 2q do. ift 
February and May, the Fri'^.y preceding 2d Monday in 
March, 2d Thursday of April, 1st 'J'uesday in August, Oc- 
tober and ?Tovember, and 4th Tuesday of December. In 
Monson, 2d Thursday in May, and 3d Tuesday in Octo- 
ber. At Westfield, Ist Tuesday in July, and Itt Thup- 
day in October. 

i 



Justices throughout the State; 



35 



Tmticea throughout the Commonioeaith, arranged ac- 
cording to the dafes of their commissions. 
Josiah Stearns Lunenhurg Samuel Dana Grofoiv 



George Cabot Boston 

Ywci'y Pickering IVeiiham 
rhomas Dawes BohIoti 
Johli Coffin Jones do, 
Nathan Dane Beverly 

Bezaleel Taft Uxhridge 
Jonathan Mason Boston 
Edward H. Robbins Milton 
Dwight Foster Brookfield 
Christopher Gore Waltham 
Beza Hay ward Plymouth 
Benjamin Pickman Salem 
VVilliam Phillips Boston 
Artemas Ward do. 

Salem Town Charlton 

John Davis Boston 

William Prescott do. 
William Grav do. 

Ez. Stark we a"ther Worthin, 
Samuel Fowler We--ifji^id 
Ephr. Williams Derrfidd 
Harrison G. Otis Bj^ton 
GeorgeThacheryVf'6'rt//20r; 
Perez Morton Dorchenter 
Dani«l Davis Boston 

Isaac Parker do. 

Aaron Hill do. 

6eorge Partridge Dworfiwri/ 
Oliver Fiske IVorcester 
Wm. Aspinwall Brookline 
John Lowell Boston 

James Lloyd do. 



Nat. Morton, jr. Freetown 
Joseph Story Salem 

George Blake Boston 

Charles Turner Scituate 
Saml. S. Wilde ^Tewbrufit. 
Thomas B Adams Quinq/ 
Charles Jackson, Boston 
William Davis Plymouth 
George Bliss Sjiringjield 
Nahum Mitchell Bridgwa . 
Samuel Putnam Salem 

Joseph Alleu Worcester 
John Welles Boston 

Nathaniel Bowditch Salem 
John Phillips Boston. 

John C, Williams Pittsfield 
Aaron Dexter Boston 

Peter C. Brooks do. 

John T. Kirkland Cambrid, 
Samuel Crocker Tuunton 
John Pickering Salem 

Samuel P. P. Fay Ca?nbr. 
Silas Holman Bolton 

Richard Sullivan Brookline 
B.W. Crowninshield Salem 
Thomas Greenleaf Quincy 
Josiah Quincy Boston 

Daniel Noble IVillianutonvn 
William Reed Marblehead 
Samuel Porter Hadley 

Abraham Holmes /^oc/ifs^er 
Joseph Locke Billerica 



SUFFOLK. 

Judt^e of probate., Thomas Dawe*, Boston. 
Register of P'obatey 'So\ix\l\eiiV(\.,]'C, do. 
Register (f Deeds^ Henry Aliine, do. 

County Trc&surer^ William Mackay^ do. 
County ylttnrfTy, James T. Austin, do. 
Clerks of ail the Courts in the County, John Tuokar, 
and John Callender, of Boston, 



36 



Justices of the Peace in Boston. 



Justices of the Peace and of the Quorum in Boston, ^ 
Stephen Higginson Israel Thorndike SamuelJ* Prescotf 
Wni. Donnison Arnold Welles Joseph H. Pierce 
Wm. Wetmore Wm. Stevenson David Townsend 
John Tucker Epes Sargtnt Stephen Codman 

Rufus G. Amory Wm. Sullivan William Minot 

Samuel Brown T. L» Winthrop John Knapp 
Stephen Gorham Benjamin Gorham Stephen Hooper 
Jona. L. Austin John Callender Loammi Baldwin 
Joseph May James Allen Benja. Whitman 

William Little Jona. Hunewell Gardner Greene 
Edward Jones Peter O. Thacher William Parsons 

Alden Bradford Warren Dutton John Parker 
Thof. H. Perkins Wm. H. Sumner James Perkins 
Benjamin PaFsons James T. Austin Lemuel Shaw 
Wm. Spoon er Samuel U. Walley Samuel Hubbard 

jipfiomted to qualfij Civil Officers. 
W^jlliam Donr>ison, John L. Austin^ Daniel Sargent, Al- 
den Bradford, Edward McLane. 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE IN BOSTON. 



Samuel Parknian 
Joseph Pierce 
Isaac Rand 
Joseph Head 
Thomas Perkins- 
Samuel Cobb 
Time. Williams 
Daniel D. Rogers 
William Taylor 
James Robinson 
Charles Davis 
John Heard, '^r. 
Saml. M. Thayer 
Russell Stnrgis 
Fenjamin Welles 
Tbonias Melvill 
Henry Cahot 
Samuel Blagge 
And» Cunningham 
JoDathan Hastings 



John W. Folsom 
Alex. Townsend 
James Savage 
Wm. S. Shaw 
Andrew Ritchie 
Benjamin Pollard 
Samnel D. Parker 
Israel Munroe 
William R. Gray 
George Sullivan 
Richard D. Harris 
John Brazer 
Henry Gray 
W. P. Whiting 
Joseph E. Smith 
George Btirroughs 
Jesse Putnam 
Tristram Barnard 
Amos Binney 
Joseph N, Howe 



Edw. Tnckerman 
Thop. Welsh, jr. 
Benjamin Weid 
Saml. F. JVI'Cleary 
John Williams 
Wm. C. Aylwin 
Jno. W. Hay ward 
Wm. Simmons 
Benjamin Guild 
Samuel Gore 
Thomas Dennie 
Jonathan Phillips 
Edward M^^ane 
Saml. K. Williaias 
James Phillips 
Benja. WhitweH 
Agustus Peabody 
Francis J. Oliver 
Wm. Thurston. 
John Stuart 



Justices of the Peace in Boston. 



37 



Francis Cannes Edward Phillips Isaac Winslow 
Thomas Payson Zebedee Cook Geort,'e E. Head 
Joseph Woodward John C- Warren Charles G. Loring 
Wm D. Sohier Jaiues Jackson William Gale 
Nathan Hale George W. Coffin Benjamin Rich 

Charles Bradbury Francis Green Francis V/elsh 
Nathl. P, Russell David Sears Samuel May 

Wm. Payne Samuel L. Knapp Jacob Hall 

Henry Codman James Hall Daniel Messinger 

Wm. Tudor Turner Phillips John Tappan 

Zach. G Whitman Joseph Lovering George Ticknor 
Wm. Wells Joseph W. Revere Eliphalet Williams 

John T. Apthorp John McLean Saml. P. Gardner 

David Hinckley Edward Cruft 
Samuel B. Barrell Henry J. Oliver 
Henry N, Rogers George Morey, jr. 
Francis Bassett 
Francis CGray 
Samuel Swett 



Daniel Sar2:ent 
Benjamin Russell 
Ebenezer Oliver 
Redford Webster 
Benjamin Greene 
Joseph Tilden 
Jos. Coolidge 
Samuel Snelling 
Wm. Mack ay 
Benjamin West 
"foseph Richards 



Henry H. Fuller 
John C. Gray 
Edward. Brooks 



Samuel Fisher, jr. Franklin Dexter 
OctaviusPickering Bradford Sumner 
Joseph Sewall 



William Sturgis 
Charles P. Curtis 



Eben. Withington Thomas Power 

Edmund Dwight 

Phineas Blair 

Josiah P. Cooke 

Abraham Wild 

Abra. W. Fuller 

John Chandler 

Daniel Webster 



Samuel A. Wells 
I'homas Welsh 
Francis Gardiner 
Richard Fletcher 
Thos. J. Eck^ev 
David Vi. Child 
Nathan Webb 



George Gay 
HanisonG.Oti 
J. W. Davis 

Thomas A. Dexter John Cotton 
Wm. P. Mason Willard Phillios 
Horatio M. Willis Wui. J. Spooiler 
William Parker Willard Phillips 
Btni. L. Weld Alexander Bliss 
Bryant P. Tilden Henry Warren 
ElishaClap A, A. Dame 

Andrew Brimmer Geo. W. Brimmer Andrew Dunlap 
James C. Merrill Josiah halishury J. R. Adan 
Samuel D. Ward George Storer 
Thos. Stevenson Charles Hay ward 
Henry Orne Nath. G. Snellins 

Dav. S. Townsend Ebenezer Francis 
Caleb Loring David A. Simmons J. J. Loring 

Cyrus A Id en SarnlFrothingham 6aml. D. Harri 

Samuel Andrews 

D 



Benjamin Rand 
Elijah Morse 
Henry Sargent 



Ezekiel Little 
l^heod. Lyman, Jr. 
Ben:. T. Pickiuau 
Henry Alline 



38 



Counsellors at Law in Boston. 



Justices of the Peace in Chelsea* 
Samuel Low, William Harris, Joseph Stowers 

Notaries Public in Boston, 
William Stevenson Saml. J. Prescott Charles Hayward 
Samuel Blaerg:e Stephen Codman 

Counsellors at Law in Boston. 



Rnfiis G. Amory 
DaTiiel Davis 
Wm Prescott 
Eenja V\ ]>itman 
George Blake 
Jo!,n Phillip? 
Benjamin Parsons 
Benja. Whitwell 
Joseph Rowe 
William Sullivan 
John Williams 
Wm. Thurston 
John Heard, jr. 
Charles Davis 
Peter O.Thacher 
Benjamin Gorham 
James Allen 
Wm. H. Sumner 
Warren Dutton 
John Knapp 
Israel Munroe 
Samuel D. Parker 
Thos, Welsh, jr. 
William Austin 
Timothy Fuller 
Lemuel Shaw 
Daniel Webster 
Andrew Ritchie 
Alex, Townsend 
James T. Austin 
William Minot 
James Savaj^e 
Samuel Hubbard 
Joseph E. Smith 
Augustus Peabody 
Samuel L. Knapp 



Sam. F. M'Cleary 
Sam. K. Williams 
Wm. C Avlwin 
Wm. P. Whiting 
George Sullivan 
Benjamin Guild 
John Stickney 
J. W. Hayward 
Jos. Harrington 
Thomson Miller 
Thos. J. Eckley 
Wm. Simmons 
Wm. D, Sohicr 
Phineas Blair 
Thomas Power 
George W. Boyle 
Nathan Hale 
Josiah P. Cooke 
Zach. G.Whitman 
Cyrus Alden 
Sherman Leland 
Benjamin Rand 
Abra.W Fuller 
Henry Codman 
Elijah Morse 
George Gay 
Henry Orne 
Samuel D. Ward 
Abraham Wild 
Lucius M. Sargent 
David Townsend 
James C. Merrill 
^Samuel B. Barrell 
Stephen Hooper 
Samuel Fisher 
Francis Basset 



David A. Simmons 
OctaviusPickering 
Francis C. Gray 
William Gale 
Wm. P. Mason 
Horatio M. Willis 
Charles P. Curtis 
Benja. L. Weld 
William Parker 
Thomas A Dexter 
Moses Draper 
H G. Otis, jr. 
Henry H. Fuller 
George E. Head 
Charles G.Loring 
Geo. More^-^, jr. 
Richard Fletcher , 
John C. Gray 
Edward Brooks 
Franklin Dexter 
Willard Phillips 
Alexander Bliss 
Wm J. Spooner 
John R, Adan 
AndreAv Dunlap 
Henry Warren 
Abraham A. Dame 
Francis Gardiner 
Bradford Sumner 
H . B. Smith 
Edmund Kimball ' 
Thos. W. Phillips 
James Bowdoin 
Thomas Wetmore 
John G. Rogers 
Josiah Forsaith 



Justices of the Peace In Essex. 39 

Attorneys at the Sufireme Judicial Court in Boston, 
Isaac Osgood William H. Eliot William Page 

Samuel L5exter John .vl. Fiske TheophilusFarsons 

Wm. P. Greene "^Vm. A. Warner John Fiine, ;r. 
Wm. T Andre \V3 John 1'. Wiutiirop Wm. ii. Gardiner 
Mark Moore Waldo Fiiut W.ii.P.vVashbura 

John P. Bigelow 

Attorneys at the Common Pleas in Boston. 
Benja. D. Greene Francis P. Smith John B. Davis 
Henry J. Tudor Hen.H. Huggeford Sidney Bartlett 
Asa W. Paiue John Walsh E. Rilchie Dorr 

William Little, jr. Samuel K. Sewall Fred. A. Farle^- 
Fraucis E. Putnam 

^:j' For Adflitioiis and Coriections, see Appendix. 

Shcri^t Joseph Hall, Esq. of Boston, 
Defiuty ii/ieriffs^ Bradish Billings, Luke Baldwin, 
Charles P. Sumner, John S. Williams, ol" Boston. Offi- 
ces Court-street. 

Coroners. 
Boston^ Thomas Badger, Chelsea^ David Floyd. 
Daniel Carney, Joseph Ste- Joseph Stowers 
veus, Thomas btevensoa 

•^~ ESSEX. ^ 

Judge ofProbatCy Daniel A. White, of Salem. 

Regiiiter of Probate, Nathaniel Lord, jr. Ipswich. 

jReg-istrr 'f Deeds, Amos Choate, of S.ilem. 

County Treafiurer^ Natliamel Wade, of Ipswich. 

County Attorney, iohw Pickering, of Sale ra. 

Clerk of the Courts, Ich ibod Tucker, of Salem. 
Justices of the Ptace and of the Quorum. 

Andover, John Kneeland, Stephen Minol, John 
Mark Newman, Hobart Varnurn 
Clark Ijisivkh John Heard, Asa 

Beverly Joshua Fisher, Andrews, N -.thl. Wade 
Thomas Stephens, Rob- Zvn« James Gardner, Rob- 
ert Rantoul ert W. Frevett 

Box^ord Thomas Perley Afanc//(f.9/^r W m. Tuck 

Gloucester Henry Phelps, Marblehead Nathan Bow- 
Lonson Nash en, John Prince, R.uph 

ffaverhilc hvdQl Bartlett, H. French, Nath.Hooper 



40 



Justices of the Peace in Essex. 



Methuen Banjamin Osgcocl 
^VVw/).'/rvEbenezer March 
A^avljuryfiort OWver Fres- 
cott, jarnes Prince, Ja- 
cob Geirish, Wi iiam 
VVoart, Jon.tthan (T:ige 
Rowley Parker Cleave- 

land 
SaUm Jacob Ashtnn, John 
Punchard, Joseph E. 
Spiague, Moses Town- 
!««.ik1, John Prince, jun. 
Ichabod Tucker, Eze- 



kiel Savage, Benjamin i 
Merrill, Lever; It Sal-. 
lonsiall.Damel A. White, i 
AmiiS Choate, Edward ! 
A. Holyckc, Wiilardl 
Peele, Htnjaniin Pierce, , 
1). L. Picknian, Amos^ 
Hovey { 

Sa//&'6wri/, Samuel Nye,Ja-i 
cob Brown, Edw. Dorr 

7"o/isAcldj^ditm Cleave 
land 

Weiiham Daniel Kilham 



Jpfiointed to qualify Civil Officers. * 

Ebenrzer M -rch, Nathan Dane, Joseph Story, John 
Punchard, John Saunders, J» hn Prince, Josiah Smiih, 
Leverett Saitonstall, Ichabod Tucker, John Picker- 
' ing, D.-. niel A, W hite, VV m . Woa rt, N athaniel W ade, 
As- Andrews, Amos Choate, O. Prescott, W. B. 
Banister, J'hn Varnum, Leonard White, Lcnson 
Nash, Henry Phelps, Nathaniel Lord, jr. 

. Justices of fhc Peace. 
Amesbury Tliomas Hovt, Kimball, Daniel Stickney, 



Kobert Patten, Nathan 
Lrtng, Oliver Stearns, 
Clinstopher S »rgent, John 
Morse, Eliphalet Graves 
Andover John L. Ai)bot, 
Frederick Frye, Gef.rge 
Osi^ood, Samuel Merrill, 
Jf'hn Adams, Nathaniel 
Swift 

Beverly Thom.as Davis, 
Jona. Smith, Isaac Wood- 
buvv,jr. William Burley, 
Thomas Stephens, jr. 
^G.r/or(/Stephpn Peabodv, 
J. Foster, jr. P.irkcr Spat- 
ford, Jonathan Foster, Mo- 
ses Dorm an 

Bi adj'ord Thomas Savory, 
William Grcencugh, Jo- 
seph Chadwick, Jesse 



Jesse ICimbill, jr. Aaror< 
Parker,McsesParker,Ben'H 
jamm Parker , 

Danvti's Eieazer Putnam || 
Guie.. Fester, J seph Slied I 
Hei.jrimin Crowninsliit-ld I 
Zeiubbabel Poitpr,Nathar( 
Felton, Andrew Nichols |j 
Geoi5>e Osgocd i 

Essex JohnChoate, Jona I 
than Story, George Choati i 
Gloucester }(\\u Manning | 
jr. William Pearson, Isaac i 
Elv^ell, Wilham Pearce! 
Juhn Kittredgtr, Jolin Pren 
tiss, Joseph B. Manning! 
James Appleton, Jametj 
Goss 

Hamiiton Enoch Faulkner 
Joshua Giddins, Jol.n Sui 



Justices of the Peace in Essex. 



41 



ford, Matthew Whipple 
ffaver/iiU Le }X)?ivd White, 
Ephraim Corlis, Moses 
VVingate, James Ayer, 
jr. James Smiley, Oliver 
Morse, Francis Eaton, 
Charles White, Uav. How, 
Nathaniel Ladd, Isaac R. 
How.MoaCS Merrill, James 
H Duncan, Enoch Foote 
Ifiswicfi Asa Smiih, Jabez 
Farley, Nathaniel Lord, 
jr. Joseph Farley, Joseph 
Lord, Fhomas Manning, 
Wilham Conant, jr. 
hynn Aaron Lummus, 
Robert W. Trevett,EliJ4h 
Downing, John Mudge, 
Richard Hazeltine, John 
Lummus, Jacob Ingalls, jr. 
jAfmifield Daniel Need- 
ham, Asa T. Newhall 
Manchester David Colby 
Marblehead Joshua Pren- 
tiss, Isaac Mansfield, Na- 
than B. Mirtin, John Bai- 
ley, Asa Hooper, William 
Story, Geo. Barker, Josh- 
ua Prentiss, jr. John G. 
Hooper, Robert Hooper, jr. 
3o)m Hooper 
Methutn Ste!)hen Parker, 
John L. B.Kiwell, Alfred 
Ingals, John Russ, Jona- 
than Currier 

Middlttcn Asa Howe, 
Daniel Fuller 
Neivbury Moses Little, 
Silas Little, Jjsiah Little, 
Daniel Hale,Thoma^Hale, 
Samuel Newman, Richard 
Pike 
JVeivburyfiort .Jonathan 

D* 



Marsh, Jeremiah Nelson, 
Josiah Smith, Wm. Cross, 
William B. Banister, Eb- 
enezer Moseley, John Fitz, 
William Bartlet.John Pet- 
tmge), Moses Browo, Ste- 
phen Howard, John Green- 
leaf, Isaac Adnms, Thom- 
as M. Clark, JoL.hua Car- 
ter, John Scott, Samuel 
Tenney, Asa W. Wildes, 
Andrew Frothingham, Ste- 
phen W. Marstoii 
Rowley Benjamin Proctor, 
Moody Spafford, Joshua 
Jewett, Beitjainin Little 
iSalem Benjamin R. Nich- 
ols, Dav, Cummings, Hen- 
ry E!k.ins, William R.Lee, 
Joshua Ward, G. S. Johon- 
net, John HciLhorne, Joseph 
Winn, Nathaniel Silsbee, 
John Hathorne,jr. Samuel 
Ropes, Joseph Peabody, 
John Derby, E.H.Derby, 
John G. King, Larkin 
Thorndike, John Osgood, 
J mathan Hodges, John Ped- 
rick, ;>d.Tlieo. Eames, Jon- 
atlian P.Saunders, Solomon 
S, Whipple, John Foster 
Salisbury Samuel March, 
Jonatnan Smith, Samuel 
Walton, Ep!ij-aim Morrill 
Saugusio%fi]y\\ Eames, Ab- 
ner Cheever 

Tops field 'i 'horn as Per- 
kins, Jac(>b Town,jr. W. 
N, Cleaveland 
JVenbam Jchn Dodge 
I Vest A'c'iv/mry Daniel 
Emery,ri'homas"Hiils, Ed>,- 
i\: unci Hiil^ 



Deputy Sheriffs, &c. in Essex. 



JVbtaries Public . 

JBevcrly, Robert Rantoul A'ewduryfiort^ John Fitz, 

Gloiicfsfer, John Rogers Samuel Tenney, John Por- 

Haverhiils Charles vViiite ter, Wm. Woart 

Ifuiuich^ Jabez Farley Salem, Icl^abLcl Tucker, 

J^ynn^ James Cxardner John Prince, jr. Ezekiel 

Marblchead, Nathan Savage 

Bowen Sa/Lbun/, Samuel Nye 

Coimsellors at J^aw. 
Amesbury Oliver Stearns Marblthcod^ R. H. French 



Andover' Hobart Clark, 
Sairuel Merrill, Amos 
Spaukl'ng 

Beverly Nathan Dane, 
Thomas Stephens, jr.^ 
Gloucester Lonson Nash, 
Joseph B. Manning 
Nuverhill John Varnum, 
Francis Eaton, James H. 
Duncan, Stephen Minot, J. 
R. How 
I/2srj-c/i Asa Andrews 



JVeivbicryfiort Eben.Mose- 
ley, Jacob Gerrish, John 
Scott, Steph. VV. Marston 
Salem John Pickering.Johu 
Prince, jr. Leverett r^altcn- 
stall, Benjamin R. Nichols, 
Benjamin Merrill, Jose])h 
E. Sprague, David Cum- 
mings, John G. King, Fred. 
Howes, Larkin Thorndike, 
Benjamin L. Oliver, The- 
odore Eames, Solomon S. 
Whipple, John Foster 



Lynn Robert W. Trevett 

Atorney at the Supreme Judicial Court. 
N'iivburyport^ Asa VV. Wildes. 
Attorneys at the Common JPleas. 
Jjynn John Walsh Shillaber 

JVeivbuTufiort Ebenezer 

Sherijf] I3ailey Bartlett, of Haverhill. 
Deputy Sherijlf's. 



An-enbiiry Daniel Long 
Andot'cr Mcodv Bridges 
lOanvfTs John Upton 

Glouceainr Eiias Clcugh 
ffi&ivkli Michnel Brown 
Lunn William Chailvyell 



Marblchead Henry 
A''eti'buryj\ort Ph'iip 
ley, Giimun White 
Salem \\ ilii.'im Mansfield 



Rea 

E.g: 



Daniel 
Brown 



Dutch, Amm 



trison Ktcfiers. 
I/iSKvich SylvanusCaidwell £ak7n Ammi Brown 
A'rKvburyfi. Philip Bagley 

Coroners. 
Amesburylz\\Q}^:>0(\V>.'6?A- Andover I'utr.am Ingajsi 
^•©nt ]^.\\\i Adams, jr. 



Justices of the Peace In Middlesex. 43 



Boxford Lemuel Wood, 
Daniel Adams 
Bradford Elipha. Rollins, 
Benjannin Kimball, jr. Jon- 
athan Kimball, jr. 
Danvt rs I. Hutchinson, 
Sylvester Procr'n- 
Essex Joshua Giddinpjs 
Gloucester William Pear- 
son, John Rogers, William 
Dane, Elias Clough 
Haverhill James Smiley, 
Enoch Bradlev.Oliv.Morse 
Enoch Foot, Nathl. Hiils, 
John Marsh 

Ifiswich Michael Brown, 
William F. Wade 
J.ynn, William Rhodes, 
Amrs Rhodes, Eleazer 
C. Richardson 



Lynnfidd John Upton 
Marbkhead Isaac Mans- 
field, Nathan B^wen 
Methuen John Sargent, jr. 
Amos Barker, Jonathan 
Merrill 

J^'eivhiiry Orlando B.Mer- 
rill, David Little 
A'>ivbJiri/Jiort Oilman 
White 

IV. Newbury William 
Pilsburv 

Rotvlcij Joseph Pike 

^akm William Lang, John 
Punchard, B. Blanchard 
Salisbury Jonathan Smith 
Topsjield Daniel Bixby, 
J. Town, jr. 
IVenham Jonathan Porter 



MIDDLESEX. 
Judge of Probate, Samuel P. P. Fay, of Cambridge, 
Register of Probate y Isaac Fiske, of Weston. 
Register of Deeds, 

County Treasurer, John Keyes, of Concord. _ 
Cou-nty Attorney, Asahel Stearns, of Canibndge. 
CLrk- of the Courts, Abraham Biglcw, of do. 

Justices if the Peace and of the Quorum. 
.Ashbii John Locke /ra?/z:/^,§-/ww Jona. May- 



Joseph Locke 
William Win- 



BxlUrica 

Cambridge William Win- 
throj), Abraham Biglow, 
Asahel Stearns, Timothy 
Fuller, Abraham Hilliard 
CharUstoivn John Kettell, 
John Soley, William Aus- 
.tin, Joseph Hurd, Rulus 
Wyman 

^Concord Abiel Heywccd, 
• William Parkman, Joseph 
Bai rett, S.imuel Hoar, jr. 
JDracuC Parker Varmun 



nard 

Grot on James Prescott, 
Samuel Lawrence, Luther 
Lawrence 

Littleton David Lawrence 
Marlborough Samuel (iib- 
bons, J. el Cranston, Ben- 
jamin Rice 

Met ford Samuel Swan, 
Mutiiaiiiel Hail, Abiier 
Barilett 

J\\.%vion Nathan Fuller, 
John Richardson 



44 Justices of the Peace in Middlesex. 



Pepfierell Jtiseph Heald, 
John Walton 

Reading' James Bancroft 
South- Rtadintr John Hart 
Stow Rutus Hosmer 

Ttivksbury Edward St. 
Loe Livermore 
Walt/iam Theodore Ly- 
man 



Watertown Levi Thaxter, 
Nathaniel K. Whitney, 
Nathaniel Bemis, Tyler 
Bigelow 

Ifestford John Abbot 
IViimingtonWiWi^m Blan- 
chard, Wvn, Blanchardjr. 
Weston Ebenezer Hobbs, 
Isaac Fiske 



J[fifioi7ited to qualify Civil Officers. 
Abraham Biglow, James Prescott, Samuel Hoar, Jo- 
seph HeakI, Wiiliam Winthrop, Joseph Hurd, Joseph 
Barrett, Abiel Hey wood, Joseph Locke, Rutus Wy- 
man, Amos Bancroft, Isaac Fiske, Josiah Adams, 
John Trowbridge. 

Justices of the Peace. 
^cton Jonas Brooks, John Carlisle Asa Parlin, Jona- 



Robbins, Joseph Noyes 
A'ihby Alexander T. Wil- 
lard, Amos Willington 
Bedford Amariah Preston, 
Elijah S' earns, Thompson 
Bacon, William Webber 
Billcrica Jonathan Bowers, 
Blany Abbot, Josiah Cros- 
by, jr. John Parker, Samu- 
el Whiting 

Boxboro* Oliver T.Davis, 
Joseph Stone 

Brighton Jonathan Liver- 
more, Gorham Parsons, 
Edward Sparhawk, Fran- 
cis Moore 

Burlington Abel Winn, 
William Winn 
Cambridge John 

Mellen, Levi Hedge, Ed- 
ward T, Dana, John 
Williams, John Mycall, 
Richard H. Dana, William 
Hilhard, William J. Whip- 
ple, J. P. Chaplin, Peter 
iVts, jr. 



than Heald 
Charlestown Oliver Hol- 
den, David Good win, Henry 
Adams, Elias Phinney, Jo- 
seph Tufts, jr. Gamaliel 
Bradford, Leonard M.Par- 
ker, Timothy Walker, 
Isaac Warren 
Chelmsford Wm. Adams, 
Joel Adams, Jonathan Per- 
ham, Cyrus Baldwin, Na- 
thaniel Wright 
Concord Nathan Barrett, 
Tilly Merrick, John Keyes, 
Thaddeus Blood, Nathan 
Brooks 

Dunstable Isaac Wright, , 
Micah Eldndge, Jonaihan 
Bennet 

Dracut Datiiel Varnum, 
Israel Hildrpth, Simon Co- 
b^irnJames Varnum, Ben- 
jamin F. Varnum, Naihl. 
v\ right 

East Sudbury Othnicl Ty- 
ler, Jacob Reeves, Wiiliain 



Justices of the Peace in Middlesex 45 



Sherman 

Fraviingham Josiah Ad- 
anis,Ji)hn Trowbridge, Ab- 
ner Wheeler, Luther Bel- 
knap 

Groton Amos Bancroft, 
James Lewis,William Nut- 
ting, Joseph MaasrteUl , 
Caleb Butler, Stuart J. 
Park 

Holliston Ephraim Little- 
lieia, jan)es Melbn. John 
Fairbanks, Elihu Cutler, 
Levi Adams 

Hofikinton Jeremv St'm- 
son, Walter MFarland, 
M'>ses Chamberl.tin, Jo- 
seph Valeutinr, Thomas 
Bucklin, Fislur MetcalF, 
Eli ha Fau-bai.ks, Nathan 
Ph'pps 

Lexington Nathan Chan- 
dler, Jose})h Fiske, Jonas 
Bridge, John Mulliken, 
Isa^c H '.stings, James 
Brown, Thomas Whit- 
comb 

Lincoln Samn«?l 

Hoar, Joshua Brooks, Eli- 
ja!i Fiske, Charles 
Wheeler 

Littieton Simon Hartwell, 
Ben'^jmin Dix 
Made? Ben ard Greene, 
Benjamin Blany, Henry 
Gavdner, jr. Charles Lewis 
Marlboro' John Loring, 
William Draper, W^illiam 
B:trnes 

Med ford Nathan Adams, 
L»uflle> Hall, Vvm. Ward, 
'lurel.i Tutts 
J\''atick Heze. Broad, Wil- 



liam Goodenow, John At- 
k ns 

JSftivton John Kenrick, 
S-imutl iMurdock, Josudi 
Bacon, Samuel Stimson, 
Josiah Fuller, Ebenezer 
Starr, Amos Allen, Joseph 
Jackson 

Pcfijierell William Hutch- 
inson, Lemuel Parker, Jas. 
Lewis, jr. Abel Jewttt 
Reading B-.^njamin Upton, 
John Weston, Dariiel Fhnt, 
David Upton, Timothy 
Wakefield, Edmund Par- 
ker, 13aniel ChutCj Joshua 
Prescott, Jacob Goodwin 
Sherburne Joshua Ware, 
Calvin Sanger, John Bal- 
lard 

Shirley Thomas Whitney, 
Benjamin Hartweil, John 
Edgarton. James Parker, 
Sttpaen Longiey, Nathan- 
iel Hold en 

South-Reading William 
Nichols 

Stoneham Daniel Gould, 
Peter Hay, 2a 
Stow Augustus Tower, 
Md^es WUitney 
6'7/f^6wr?/Ebenezer Plymp- 
ttn, As; bel Kidder, Wil- 
liam Hunt, Abel Wheeler, 
Asher Guodenow 
Tewkesbury Jona. Brown, 
William Brown, Sanmel 
Woicester, Josiah Brown, 
William Kogeis 
Townscnd Dajiiel Adams, 
Isaac Mnliiken, Jr^siah 
Rirliardscn, SanJ. Brooks,, 
Aaron Warren 



46 



Counsellors at Law in Middlesex. 



77/«5'«6oro'Eben. Bancroft, 
jr. Robert Briiiley, D iniel 
Riciiardson, Calvin I'ao- 
mas, Josiaii Danforlh, Jos- 
eph Butterlichi, John Far- 
well, jr. Asa Butterfirld 
IValthain David Town- 
send, Jonathan Coolidge, 
Ab;ier SHnderson, John 
Clark, John Bn^iit, Luke 
Fisiic 

Wiitercoivn Thos. Clark, 
Jonas Wiiite, Moses Cool- 
idge, Seth Beniis, Luke 
Bemis, Amos Livermore, 
jr. Abjati White, xM. B. 
Spring 

W^mt-r CambridgeJeA\i\\\\iTi 
VVeliington, Wm. Whitte- 

J\''o Caries Pubhc* 

Caw3n'(/§-eWm.J. Whip- Concord Nathan Brooks 

pie Gi oton Caleb Butler 

Charlestoivn John Soley IVafcrtown Natiil, Bemis 

Counsellors at Law, 



more, Thomas Russell, 
Benjamin Lock, James 
Kussell 

I'Vesiford Thomas Fletch- 
er, beniamiij Stone, Isaiah 
Leig.!toii, Benja. l)sgood 
IVcdton John Slack, Joseph 
Russell, Ira Draper, Al- 
piieus Bigeiow, jr. 
WiiTRington Saml. Jaques, 
Timothy Walker, Samuel 
Eames 

M''o6MrnJoseph Lawrence, 
Bill Russell, Syivvinus 
Plympton, John Wade, 
Becij. F. Baldwin, Frarxis 
Babcock, Wyman Rich- 
ardson 



Mhby John L(Xike 

Bilierica Jt^^epn Lv)Cke 
Cambridge Samuel P. P. 
Fay, Abraham HiUia.J, 
Tinuithy Fuller, Wm. j. 
Whipple, Asahel Stearns, 
Richard H. Dana 
Chariest onvn Wm. Austin, 
Henry Adams, Elias Phm- 
ney, Joseph Tufts, jr. 
Leonard M. Parker, Wil- 
liam Gordon 

Chelmsford J el Adams, 
Nathaniel Wright 
Concord Samuel Hoar, jr. 
John Keyes, Nathan 
Brooks 
Pracut Nathaniel Wright 



K.Sudbury Othniel Tyler 
Framingbam Eh Bullard, 
Jo:si-.h Adams 
Groton James Prcscntt, 
Luther Lawrence, Caleb 
Butler 

Hojikinton Elisha Fair- 
banks, Abraham Harring- 
ton 

Maiden Chailes Lewis 
Marlboro^ William Dra- 
Der 

Medf.rd Abn-r Bartiett 
JVwton Amos Allen 

Fcfifitrell James Lewis 
Reading Joshua Prescott 
6\ Reading W m . N ichols 
Sioiu Rufus Hosmer 



Deputy Sheriffs, &c. in Middlesex. 47 



James 



PF-nt' Cambridge 

R'.ssel? 

Wtston Alpheus Bigelow 

Web urn W) man Kich- 

ardboii 



7bryw.9e7?rfWalterHastings 
Tyngsboro' I>niel Kich- 
afdso: , John FMrw^v^l. jr. 
WatfUoivyiTyltx Bigeiow, 
Levi Ti.;<xter 
W. stjord John Ab^ot 

Attorneys at the oufireme Judicial Court. 

Bilkrica MvirshaU Preston Groton Samuel Farns- 

worth 

Attorneyfi at the Common Pleas. 

Cambridgt?i.\xi\\.Y'.L,\ man Ma^ Moro'Richard Farwell 



CharlestownJuhn M Fiske, 
Paul Wniard 

J'rami77g/iafn Lawson 
Kingsburv 



Townserd Simeon Saun- 
derson, Aavov Kt-yts, Abel 
Cfiiant. Elisha Glitlden 
IVeston Alphe. Bigelowjr. 



tiherijf'y Nathaniel Austin, of Charlestcvvn. 

Deputy Sheriff's. 

Billerica Joseph Parktr J^.. Sudbury M.'^.'Rxxiiev 



Cambridge Isaac Trr^m 

Cha'^iestoivn Jrseph Hun- 

ewell 

Chelmf^ford JaoQf s Pitts 

Concord Abel Moore 

Drucut Isaac Coburn 



/'Vaw^w^AawRufusBreAver 
Cretan Samson W' cds 
T umse7id\\ ni . A . R anr • oft 
Ti!7ii(sbo^ o* }m. Butterfield 
Ifater'pivn Sand. Learned 
IVt stjord Levi Parker 



Crier ofC. P. Levi Parker, of VVestford. 

Crier of S. J. C. Samson Words, of Groton. 

Gaolers^ Camb. Isaac Train. Concord Abel Moore 

Coroners. 
A&hby Alexander T. Wil- David Blood, jr 
larc^ Ezekiel Colman 



Bedford Michatl Crosby 
Billerica Ephraim Kidder, 
jr. Benjamin Bowers, VVil- 
Jiam Buweis 

Canibridge E. W. Metcalf 
Charlemown Jotham John- 
son 

Chelmsford Ebenezer 
Parker 

Concord Jonas Buttrick, 
Abel Moore 
Diacut Israel Hildreth, 



Dunstable Leonard Park- 
hurst, Edmund Pae.e 
E.Sudbury Collins Damon 
Pratyiingham John Fiske, 
Aaron Bullard, Rufus 
Brewer 

Groton Abel Farrsworth, 
Jacob L Parker, Amos 
Lawrence Benja Moors 
Holliaton John Steadman, 
Loammi Litchfield 
H'fkinirm Joseph Valen- 
tine-, Nathau Phipps 



48 Justices of the Peace in Hampshire. 



Littleton Jon a. Whetcomb 

Maldtn Ebenezer Wade 

Marlborough Silas Gates, 

Isaac T. Stevens 

Mi'dford Nathan Wait 

Ml tick Oliver Bacon 

A'ewto?2 Joseph Jacksonjr, 

Ben'amin Fuller 

Pe/i/ierell John Bullard, jr. 

Joseph Heald, jr, Abel 

Adams 

Readini( J'>hn Temnle, jr. 

Sherburne James Ballard. 

John Bullatd 

South Reading Jeremiah 

Bryant 

Sh'rley Stephen Longley 



S^ow Phine.is Conant, John 

Patch 

Tewksbury Thomas Clark 

Townsend William A. 

Bancroft 

Tyng.-iboro* Ezra Blod^et, 

David Gould, Joseph F. 

Bancroft 

West Cambridge Jeduthun 

Wellington 
We afford Jonathan Keyes, 

John Leighcon 
Weston N ithan Fiske 
Wilmington Joel Jenkins 
r[b(6wrnNoah Richardson, 

Edmund Uichardson,Jona- 

thin Thompson 



HAMPSHIRE. 

Judge of Probate, Samuei Hinckley, of Northampton, 
Register of Probate, Isaac C. Bates, of do. 

Register of Dteds^ Levi L> man, of do. 

Crunty Treasurer, Daniel Stebl)ins, of do. 

County Attorneys Jonathan H. Lyman, of do. 
Clerk of the Courts, Solomon Stoddard, jr. of do. 
Justices of the Peace and of the Quorum. 
Am7ier:st Noah Webster, Levi Lyman^"^!- Stoddard, 



Samuel F. Dickinson 

Belcherton Jos, Bridgman, 

Eliakim Phelps, Mark 

Doolittle 

Hadley C larles P. Phelps, 

Samufl Po' ter 

Hatfield Benjamin Smith 

A'orthamfiton Samuel 

Hinckley, Dan'l VV'rigiit, 



Jno. Breck, Lewis Strong, 
Elijah H. Mills, Solomon 
Stoddard, jr. Jonathan H. 
Lyman, Isaac C. Bates 
JSFornvich Erastiis L\ man 
West ham fiton SylvestJudd 
Williamsburg Asa White 
Worthington ElishaMack 



Afifioimed to qiiaVfy Civil Officers. 

Joseph Lyman, Daniel Wright, Levi Lvman, Noah 

Webster, Rufus Graves, Solomon Stoddard, jr. 

Justices of the Peace. 

Amherst John Dickinson, Strong, Gide. Stetson, John 

Simeon Strong, Heze. W. Strong, Rufus Glaves, 



Counsellors at Law in Hampshire. 49 



Ithamar Conkey, Timoihy 
S. Gridley 

Belcherton Mason Shaw, 
EstesHowe,EldadParsons, 
Justus Forward, Justus 
Dwight, Philo. Dickinson 
Chesterjidd Spencer 

Phelps, Thad. Baker, A. 
Rice, Isaac King, Alanson 
Anderson, Dver Bancroft, 
Timothy A. Phelps 
Cummington Nehe. Rich- 
ards, Ebenezer Snell, Ros- 
•well Hubliard 
Kast-Havifiton Thaddeus 
Clapp, Oliver Clark 
.Enjield Elihu Lyman, 
B-rniamin Harwood 
Goshen VVni. White.Oliv- 
erTa\lnr, John Williams 
Greemuich Thomas Pow- 
ers, Laban Marcy, Roger 
West 

Granby David Smith, W"m. 
Eastman, Charles Ferry 
Gre€n'ivichWi\]?i\\ P'.wers 
Hailey Giles C. Kell.gg, 
Moses' Porter, Wm. Porter 
Hatfield Oliver Smith, 
Israel Billings. Saml. Par- 
tridge, 2d. John Hastings, 
Israel Williams 



ham, Joshua Dickson 
J^orthamfiton\%^\{e\ Pom- 
eroy, Charles Starkweath- 
er, John Taylor, B njamin 
Tappan, Ebenezer Hunt, 
Samuel Howe, Dan. Steb- 
bins, Ferdinand H Wright 
JVbrwich John Ellis, Aa- 
ron Hall 

Pelham JohnConkey,Isaac 
Abercrombie,Baroa. Brig- 
ham, John Rankin, jr. 
Plaiyi field JamesRichards, 
John Hamlin, Cyrus Joy 
South Hadley Elihu 

Dwight, Joseph Strong, 
William Bowdoin, jr. Josi- 
ah Bardwell 

SrnahamfitonK^2i\ve\lA\Y%Qy 
Frederick Judd, Asahel 
Chapman 

Ware Rufus King, Wm. 
Bowdoin, Joseph Cum- 
mings, jr. 

Westharnpton Jos.Kinsley, 
]r. Wm Hooker 
IVilliamfibwg Wm. Bod- 
man, Isaac Little, Elisha 
Hubbard 

Worthington Jona. Brews- 
ter, Trowbridge Ward, 
Saml. Bnffington, Dan. 
Daniels, Josiah Mills 



Middlrji^ Id Matth . Sm ith, 
David Mack, Erastus Ing- 

S'otaries Publkk. 
Belcherton Mark Doo- Chester/if Id DyerBancroft 
little j\orMaw/2. Daniel Stebbins 

Counsellors at Law. 
Amherst Saml. F. Dickin- man, jr. Mark Dooliitle, 



son, Simeon Strong, Heze- 
kiah W. Strong. Ithamar 
Conkey, Lucius Bolt wood 
HekhertQn Joseph Bridg 



Masnn S'r.aw 
Chesterfield Dyer Ban- 
croft 
Enfield Elihu Lyman 



5d 



Officers in Plymouth. 



Bates, Jonathan H.Lyman, 
John Taylor, Lewis Strong 
S.Hudiy Wnn.Bowdoin,jr.. 
IVorthinirton Wm. W ard, 
Elisha Mack 



Greemvich Laban Marcy 
Hadley Giles C. Kellogg 
Hatfield Israel Billings 
JVorthamfiton Sanil.Hinck- 
ley, Solomon Stoddard, jr. 
Elijah H. Mills, Isaac C. 

Attorneys at the Sufireme Judicial Courts 
JSTorthamfiton Charles C. Bates 
Forbes, T;m. C. Cooley Williamsburg Elisha Hub- 
Southamfiton Charles F. bard, jr. 

Attorneys at the Coinmon Pleas, 
Amherst Jona. Eastman, Plnn/ield Horatio Bying- 
Granby Epiiphrus Clark ton, Cyrus Joy 
JVorthumfuon John H. JFor/Am^'"^o/2HoraceSmith 
Ashmun, I. VV. Clark 

Sheriff, Joseph Lyman, of Northampton. 
Defiuty-Sheriffs. 
./^7n^(?r.9^Z<^binaDickinson, Northampton Samuel 
Chester Dickinson Phelps 

Belcherton iimeonD wight Hatfield Austin Smith 
Pel/mm Isaac Abercrom- S. Hadl-y Luther Taylor 
bie, jr. Plainjield Josiah Shaw,2d«. 

Enfield Rufus Powers IFbr//zz>2^(r.Abra. Ed wards 
Ware William Page, jr. 

Defiuiy-GaoL-r, Cephas Clapp, Northampton. 
Crier of Courts, William Bolter. 
Coroners, 
Amehrst Solomon Keycs W right, Abner Flunt 
Eastman, Asaliei Tiiayer 
Belcherton ElihuSandford 
Cummi7igton Bela Norton 
Enfield Rufus P )wers 
Goshen Ambrose Stone 
Greenwich AldenLatlirop 
Hatfield Austin Smith 
Northamfiton 'I'homas 

PLYMOUTH. 

Judge of Probate, Wilkes Wood, of MiddL'boroughi 
Register of Probate, Beza H tyward, ot" Plymouth. 
Register of Utedst Kosseier (.'ottou, of ' thx 



Pelham Isaac Abeixrom- 

bie, jr. 

6\ Hadley Josiah Bard well 

Southai?ifiion\Siih&iC\k^^- 

man 

JVorthington Josiah Mills, 

Eiisha Brewster 



Justices of the Peace in Plymouth. 61 



County Treasurer^ Rosseter Cotton, of Plymouth. 
C'-unty Attorney y Kilborn Whitman, of Pembroke. 
CLrk of iht Ourts^ John B. Thomas, of Plymouth. 

Jusiices of the Peace and of the Quorum. 
Bridgenvatcr Daniei How- Howard, Hc.ward Carey 



ard, Barihoimew Bruvvn, 
Wilfiam Bayiies 
Duxbury Seth Sprague, 
Judah Alderi 

Hanover Dav.Stockbrislge 
H ngham Saniuel Morton, 
E')entzer Gay 
Kir.gston John Thomas 
Midditboro' WilkesWood, 
Abiel Washburn 
J^orth Bridgewater Caleb 



Fenihroke Kilborn Whit- 
man 

Plymouth Henry Warren, 
Zacchcus Bartlett, Wm. 
Jackson, N.M. Davis, Jno. 
B. Thomas 

Ply77ipton Elijah Bisbee 
Poche^ti r Abrah. Holmes, 
Charles J. Holmes, Eiisha 
Ruggles, David Bacon 
Scituate EHjah Turner 



jl/ifiointed to quahfy Civil Officers. 
Daniel Howard, Beza Hayward, Charles Turner* 
Henry Warren, Nahurn Mitchell, Wilkes Wocxl, Abr^ 
Holmes, Elisha Ruggles, Kilborn Whitman, Hecior 
Orr, Elij .h Turner, William Baylies, Nathaniel M. 
Davis, John B. Thoinas. 

Justices of the Peace, 
Abington Samuel Norton, Thomas Hammond 



N than (jurney, jr. Danl. 
Lr%ne,jr. Benjamin Hobart, 
Jared Whitman, Micah 

PvOl 

Bridgevxiter Hector 

Orr, Daniel Howard, jr. 
James Thomas, Solomon 
Aiden, jr. William Bay- 
lies. iNathaii Mitchell, 
DiHtel Mitchell, Na- 
than L zed, Nathan 
Alden, Ezra Kingman, 
Daniel Crane, Abiezer Al- 
ger, J»)!-ath r.t Copeland.jr. 
Koah Fearing, John E. 
Howard 

Carver Nehe. Cobb, Ben- 
jamin Ellis, Joseph Clark, 



DuxburyVsi'\}X\2iXi\ Loring, 
Ezra Weston, jr. Samuel 
A. Frazer, Thos. Dingley 
Hal fax Josiali Thompson, 
Obruiial) L\on, Natlianiel 
Morton, Zebad.Tbompson 
Hanover Horatio Cushitig, 
Snow Curtis, Reuben Cur- 
tis, Aaron Hobart, Mel- 
zar Curtis 

Han on Nathaniel Cush- 
ing, Thomas Hobart 
Hingham Daniel Shute, 
Jotham LiDColn, jr. Solo- 
mon Jones, Ephraim An- 
drews, Robert Gould, Ca- 
leb Thaxter, Martin Lin- 
coln, Joseph Wilder, jr^ 



52 Counsellors at Law in Plymouth, 



Jerome Cashing 
Hull Samuel L«ring, jr. 
Kingston Seth Drew, Jcdi- 
diah Holmes, James Sever, 
Thomas P. Beal, Nathan- 
iel Thomas,GeorgeRusseU 
Mars/i/ieldEhsha. Phillips, 
Joseph Clifts, jr. Constant 
Oakmaii, Luke Wads- 
worth.John Thomas,Chas. 
Macomber 

Middleboro' David Rich- 
mond, Saml. Pickens, John 
Tinkham, Zechariah Ed- 
dy, Martin Keith, Thomas 
Weston, Seth Miller, Wil- 
Kam Canedy, Jacob Ben- 
nett, Thomas Sturtevant, 
William Bourne, Charles 
Hooper, Levi Peirce.Seth 
Eaton 

JS,''orth Bridgewater Gide- 
on Howard, Abel King- 
man, Jonathan Snow, Lem- 
uel Packai'd.JosephSylves- 
ter, Eliab Whitman, Silas 
Packard,Lemuel Packard 



Pembroke William Tor- 
rev, Nathaniel Smith 
F'lymoutli KosseterCotton, 
Barnabas Hedge, Nathan- 
iel Spoone'-.Nathaniel Rus- 
sell, Joseph Bartlett, 3d. 
Samuel Davis, Benjamin 
Brtmhall, Benjamin M. 
Watson 

Fhjmpton Isaac Wright, 
Zenas Bryant, jr. 
Rochester Nathaniel Rug* 
gles, Gideon Brastow, jr. 
Caleb Briggs, Elijah Wil- 
lis, rhomas Bassett, Jo- 
seph Meiers 

Sciiuate Hayward Pierce, 
Cushing Otis, Jesse Dun- 
bar, Edward F. Jacobs, 
John CoUamore, Henry 
Sheafe 

Wareham Israel Fearing, 
R. Leonard, Benjamin 
Fearing, John Foaring, 
Benjamin Bourne, Williaiu 
Fearing 



JVotanes Publick. 
Plymouth John ThomasJ r. Rochester Nath. Ruggles 



X)M.r6z/ri/StudleySampson 
Scituate Jesse Dunbar 
Hingham Jerome Cushing 



Wireham Benj. Fearing 
Middleboro' Wilkes Wood 



Counsellors at Law, 



Abington Jared Whitman, 
Benjamin Hobart 
Bridg. water Wm. Bay- 
lies, Bartholomew Brown, 
Eliab Whitmnn, 
Hanover -Yaron Hobart,jr. 
Hingham Ebenezer Gay 
Kingston Thomas P.BeaU 



William R. Shaver 
TVi/rfci/fAoro'WilkesWood, 
Zech. Eddy.Ivaac Steven* 
Pembroke Kilborn Whit* 
man 

Flymouthl^2i\.\\\. M. Davii 
Rochester Ab\'&h. Holmes; 
Charles J. Holmes 



Coroners, &c. in Plymouth. 53 

Attorneys at the Sufireme Juuical Ccurt. 
Plymouth John I'homas, Hcituate John Thaxter 
VViaiam I'homas 

Attorneys at the Common Pleas. 
Duxb. Ez. a VV . hainpson Plymouth Chs.H. Warren 
Halifax Weicome Young Rochester David Bacon 
^ Sh< riff, Nathan Huv ward, of Plymouth. 

Deputy Sheriff's. 
JBrdgewater Fiske Ames, Nathaniel Wilder 
Ta waid Vim. h.Jeuediah A^orth Bridgcivater Ben- 
Li tie jamin Kuigman 
JDuxbwy James Loiiiig ^ ^-w/^roA-t Dav.Oldham.jr. 
JiuLijax vSeth Ai.'en Plymouth Thos. Spoouer 
hanovei Horatin Gushing Plymfiion Thomas B. 
Jiunson Nath niei Coiia- harrub 
irtcre Rochester Nathaniel Has- 
Jiir.ghajn Seth C'ushmgjr. keii, jr. 
A/in'akboro'i^K:\\\nL\ t'rij.gs Kic/iuace Nathaniel Clapp 

Crier 'J'lhc Courts^ Nathaniel V\ nder, of Middleboro*. 

Gaoii •, C(«.iiier Weston. 
Commissioners of Itreck^y William ij avis, jr. Plym- 
outh, Paul Aierriti, bcituate. 

Coomrs. 

Abington LebbeusGurney, son, Eben. Strowbridge 

'1 . \ . 'ic'tman North -bndgcnvater 'Ihos, 

Bridge uur Lot Whit- Wales, jr. 

niarsn, Thonjas Packard Ptvibroke Cnarles Little, 

Carver taUbAtwood Nuth. nitl Lorii.g 

>s'tls'. li Barrows Plymouth Benj. Drew. jr. 

ZJwjriwri/Beiijamin Alden, Piyiufi/ofiEWiUs Churchill, 

Studiey banpson liiomas b. Ha» rub 

Ilonovtr Josiah Smith, jr. AocAf ?er ^A ihiam Crapo, 

Kbtnezer N.Lhaddock Nainanie. Hj.skth, Peieg 

Piunson Natiii. C. ilamore Wiureclge, David Peck- 

Jiir.gha:)! Jcb i^-ring, jr. ban., jr. 

SamiK ba't. Jc;sb evenson Scituate Lemuel Turner, 

Kings' o?i lit<\i.{.\\. Hoimts, Samuel Watci man, John 

jr. John Gray, jr. CoLamort- , Eiijali B. Tur- 

-.'l.ttrs/i/^f/t/VViUiamLewis, ner, Ab^el Cutiworth 

Jar; t^ bingiey ll'archam Samuel I^avory, 

Mitidit boro* Levi Bi 3ggs, Curiis Tcbey 
SamlThonRpsQn,Jos,Jack.- 
E 3 



54 



Justices of the Peace in Bristol. 



BRISTOL. 

Judge of Probate^ Hodijah Baylief', o^ Dighton. 
Jiegister of Probate y David G. W Cobb» of Tauntwii 
Register of Deeds ^ Alfred William^, of TauiLon. 
County Treasurer^ Samuel Crocker, ot Taanton. 
County Attcrneyy James Ellis, of Taunton. 
Clerk of the Courts^ James Sproat, of Taunton. 

Justices of the Peace and of the Quorum, 
Berkley Simuel Tobey, A^^^cg^v/t/ Thos.Kempton 



Apollos Tobey 
Dartmouth HolderSlocum 
Elihu Slocum 
Dighton Hodijah Baylies 
Maston Daniel VVheaton 
Fairhaven Alden Spooner 
JSTcw-Bedfordh^mntAWxi- 
liamSiLemuel Williamsjr. 
Raynham Jonathan Shaw, 
Seth Washburn 
Rehoboth David Perry 



Laban Wheatoa 
Oliver Stark- 



ATorton 

Scekonk 

weather 

Taunton James Williams, 

James Sproat, Marcus 

Morten, Jonts (Godfrey, 

John M. Williams, Asa 

D-inforth, Francis Baylies, 

Jas. Ellis. John VV.Seabury 

Wellington Wm. Baylies 

Wesr/iort \bner Browntll I 



Afifiointed to qualfy Civil Officers. 
Samuel Tobey, Lemuel VViihams, Nathan:el Morton, 
David Perry, James Sproat, John W. Seabury, Jo- 
seph Tisdale, M.>rcus Morton, John Nye, Jolin M. 
Williams, Asa Danforth, Lemuel Macomber. 

Justices of the Peace. 
Attleborough Joel Read, Hathaway 



Jacob Baikom, Israel 
Hatch, Ebenezw Dagget, 
Noah Claflin,jr. Lem. May 
Berkley Simeon Chns:-, 
Ezra Dean, Levi Frenchjr. 
Barzillai Crane, Adoniram 
Crane 

Dartmouth Abra^fn Tuck- 
er, Oliver Alden, Holder 
Slocum, jr. Z. A. Macom- 
ber, Joseph Gifford, T!\os. 
Almy, Jeptha Ashlty, 
Beija. R. Tucker, Laban 
Thacher 

Dighton William Wond, 
Naihaoiel Williams, John 



Easton Elijah Howard, 
JoUnPool.Shepherci Leach, 
Ciilvin Brett, Rowland i 
Howard, David Manley, j 
Joshua Gilnx re 
Fuirhavtn Nathaniel S. 
Spooner, Keilv Elbridjie, , 
J anes Taber, Joseph I'rip, , 
Ans:l Gilis, John H^wes, , 
Rounsevil Spooner 
Freetown Ejjhr. Winslo\v, ^ 
Benjamin Weaver, J(jb i 
Morton, Ebenezci- Pieice, , 
II. Cusnman, Earl Samp- 
son, Rufus Bacon |j 
Mansfidd David Gilboit, I 



Notaries Public in Bristol. 



55 



Jlowland Green, Solomon 
Pralt, Masou Cobb 
New- Bedford William 
Roich. jr. E Haskell, J. 
Nye Roger Haskell, Abra- 
ham Barker, James How- 
land, 2d. riinmas Rntch, 
Samuel Rodman, Timo- 
thy G. Coffin 
J^^orton John Ha]l,\Aniliam 
Burt, Silas Cobb, Thomas 
Danforth, 2d. Daniel Par- 
ker, Isaac Hedges, Samu- 
el Moi ey 

Raynham Nathaniel Bri- 
ton, Israel Washburn, Jo- 
siah Deune. John Gil- 
more, jr. 

Rehoboth Sabrey Lawton, 
Jos. WhCitbU. 2d. Lenraiel 
Macomber, jr. George W. 
Peck, Ezra Bliss, Thomas 
Carpenter, 2d. Jas.Biiss,2d. 
Barnard Wheeler. Sam- 
uel Bullock, 2d. Israel 
Nichols 

Scekonk CvMlins Darling 
Somerset Francis Borland, 
Wiliiam Reed, David An- 
thony* M\son BuffingtoM, 
David Gray, Ehsha S.ade, 
jr. Hanan Wi'bour 
Sivanzcij Jam -s Luther, 
Thomas Peck. Danl.Haie, 
John Mason, Wm. Mason, 
Henry Gardner, Oakes 

J^otaries 
Dartmouth Zebedee A. 
Macomber 

Di^hton Tho.B.R'chmond 
Fuv-haven Nachaniei S. 
Spoontr, Levi Jenr.ey 
New Bedford Timothy Q. 



Angier, John Winslow 
Sc€k07ik John Medburj', 
Calvin Martin, Danl. Car- 
penter, Elkanah French, 
Thcs. Kinnecut, Apollos 
Cushmnn, Ebenezer Buck- 
lin, Moses Sanford, Benja.- 
min Couzens.jr. 
Taunton Benjamin WW" 
liams, Jonathan Ingell, 
Gideon Williams, Joseph 
Tisdale, Alfred Williams, 
Simeon Tisdale, William 
Hodges, 2d. Enos Burt, 
John R.ed, Nathaniel 
Leonaid, Josiah King, 
John Godfrey, John West, 
Nath'l Williams Thom- 
as Lincoln, D. G. W. 
Cobb, James L. Hodges, 
Abi.ithar Ingell, Nathan 
King, Charles Richmond 
Troy Joseph E. Read, 
Wiliiam B. Canedy, Abra- 
ham Bowen, David Terry 
Wellington Samuel W, 
Baylies. Thomas B. Rich- 
mond, George Walker, 
Nathaniel Wheeler, Isaac 
Anthony, Thomas S. Bay- 
lies, Joseph Gooding 
W'e«.'/207^ William White, 
2d. Peleg Sisson, S> Ivester 
Browneli, Abner B Giffbrd 
Anstlm B.issett, Nathan 
C. Browneli 
Public. 

Coffin, Thomas Kempton, 
Lemuel Wiihams 
IVestjwrt Abner Browneli 
^etkonk Apcl'os (ushman 
So?nerset David Gray 
Taunton Jonathan Ingell 



58 Deputy-Sheriffs, &c. in Bristol. 



Counsellors at Law. 
Easton Cyrus Lothrop, Moses Sauf jrd, Benjamiti 



Danirl Wheaton 
Fairhiven Nath.S.Spooner 
Freetonvn Hercules Cush- 
man, Hutus B -con 
M'lmifield David Gilbert 
Mw- Bedford Lemuel 
Wjlliamsjjp John Nye 
JVorton Laban Wheaton 
^eekonk ApoUos Cushman, 

Attorneys at the Sufiretne Judicial Court. 
J^ew- Bedford Timothy G. Freetown Hezek. Battelle 
Coffin Troy Janies F(jid, jr. 

Attorneys at the Common Fleas. 
Attleborough Everett Seekonk Peter Hunt 



Couzens.j r. Collins Urirung 

Taunton iVLa'cus Mo t- -..j 

Francis Bavlies, fas, Kiiis, 

D. G, \V, Cobb, Pliny 

Merrick 

Wellington Sdmuel W« 

BiVirS. 

Westfiort Anselm Bassett 



Bollcom 

JN'eW' Bedford John Rus- 

J^orton Earl P. White, M. 
Wheaton 



Swanzey Wm. A.F.Spi o .jt 
Taunton James Sproat, jr. 
Jacob Chapin 
Troy J(^hn Lindse)% ju.i. 
James Ford, jr. 



Sheriffs Horatio Leonard, of Raynham. 

Deputy Sheriffs. 

Attleboroughlsva.cl Hatch, Norton Daniel Smith, 2d. 



jr. Ehstia May 
Berkley Dean Burt 

Dartmouth Russell Shear- 
man, Samuel Barker 
Dighton Daniel Smith 
JRaston Elijah Wiihanis 
/^air/ravenWilliani Gordon 
Freetown John H. Pierce 
Mansfield Ch^irles Day 
New- Bedford Peleg Jen- 



Geoi ge C lapp 

Rehoboth Cr mwell Bliss, 

James Nichols 

Somerset henj, Anthony 

Swanzey Royal Chase 

Seekonk Church Gray 

Troy John C. B' »'dea 

7aM^i^o^JamesVVfX)dward 

ff>//wj^;c«CrockerBahbitt 

Westfiort Adam Giftbrd 



ney, Edward Pope 

Gaoler^ Abiezer Dean, of Taunton. 

Crier of the Courts, Oliver Soper, jr. of Taunton. 

Innp.. of Fire Arms^ Remember Carpenter, Attleboro*. 

Commissioners of Wrecks, &c. Lemuel Wiliiams, of 

New-Bedtord, AppUos Tobey, ot Berkley. 



Justices of the Peace in Barnstable. 



hi 



Coroners. 



Attleboro^ Peter Thacher, 
Walter Tyler.Samuel Ty- 
ler, Elisha May 
Berkleyht,V\ French, Dean 
Burt 

Dartmouth Russell Shear- 
man, Henry Tucker, jr. 
£aston Rowlanvi Howard, 
Daniel Macomber 
Fairhavtn Wm. Gordon 
Freetown John Nichols 
Mansfield Simeon Green 
Norton Isaac Hodges 
^V.Z^f^orrf Simpson Hart, 
Nathan Bates, William 
Kempton, Ephr. Kempton 
Jiuynham Amyntas bhaw 
i?f/?o^orArhos.Carpenter, 
2d. John Brown, Elijah A. 
Read, Israel Drowu.Crom- 



well Bliss, Joseph Smith 
iicckonk John Milltr, Ca- 
lebCarpenter.EzvHFrench, 
Abraham Ormsby 
Somtrset Henry Bragg, 
Philip Bowers 
Swanzey Benajah Mason, 
David Brown, 2d. 
Taunton David Carver, 
Silas Leonard, Etiwaid 
Grossman, Abiezer Dtan, 
Benjamin Ingeli, James 
Woodward, Ohver So- 
per,jr. 

Troy Sheffield Weaver 
We&tfiort ^owAXhin Brow-- 
nell, Peleg W. Peckham, 
Frederick Biownell 
Wellington Crocker Bab- 
bitt 



BARNSTABLE. 

Judge of Probate, John Davis, of Barnstable. 
! Megister of Probate ^ Nathaniel Freeman, of Sandwich. 
Hegiater of DeedSy Job C. Davis, of Barnstable. 
County Ireasurer, David Crocker, of do. 
County Attorney, Nymphas Marscon, of do. 
Clerk of the Courts, Abner Davis, of do. 

Justices of' the Peace and of the Quorum. 
Barnstable John Davis, Chatham Richard Sears 



Isaiah L. Green, Samuel 
Savage, Abner Davis, 
Nymphas Marston 
JFa/mouthS^m, P.Croswell 
Brewster Eijah Cobb 



Sandiuich Nathaniel Free- 
man 

Yarmouth Elisha Doaue, 
John Reed 
Wclljieet Sam*l Waterma 



Appointed to qualify Civil Officers. 

Nathaniel Freeman, John Davis, Timothy Phinney, 

Richard Sears, Wendell Davis, John Reed. 

Justices of the Peace. 

Barnstable Josi. Sampson, T. Crocker, Tim. Phinney, 

Naler Crocker, Rowland J oseph Bliss, jr. Job C. Da- 



58 Deputy-Sheriffs, &c. in Barnstable. 

vis, David Crocker, Jonas Marshfiee Gideon Hawlcy 
Whitman,Sylvester Baker, Orleans Isaac Sparrow, 
Brewster Abra. Wiuslow, Simeon Kingman, William 
Josep[) Sampson Mviick 

Chatham Richard Sears.jr. Provincetoion BcnjaminE. 
Ezra Crowell. John Sea- Atkins, Orsa^nus Thomas 
OUT Sandwich E'isha Perry, 

JJenms Stephen Homer, Elisha Pope, Benjamin 
Nathan Stone, Jonathan Burgess, William Handy, 
Nickerson. Jona. Bangs Tho'.Swift, Nathan Nye, jr. 

Eastham Saml. Freeman, J.^hn Fieeinan, Russel 
Ehsha Mayo, Harding Freeman. MelatiuhBtmrne, 
K-nowles William Fesscnden 

J^almouth Francis Weeks, Truro Anthony Snow, Is- 
Bri,ddockDimmick,Joseph rael Lombard, John D. 
Parker, N-ithaniel Lewis, Bangs, A. HinckK-y 
Thomas Fish, Shubael FarwoM./iGorham' Lovell, 
Lawrence, Ebenezer Nve Joseph H.w^s, Ja nes 
Harwich Ebenez. Brooks, Crowell, Henrv Thatcher 
Isaiah Chase, William El- Wellfleet William Cole, 
dridge, Obed Brooks J. siah Whitman 

JVbfaries Publick. 
Barmtable David Creek er Wdljieet Sam. Waterman 
CAa/Aam Richard Sears.jr. YannoWh James Crowell 
JSas^ArmHardingKnowles trovincetown Orsamus 
Falmouth Sam.P.Croswell Thomas 
Sandwich Russei Freeman Harwich Isaiah Chase 

Counsellors at Law. 
-Sarn^ra.NymphasMarst n Seth F. Nye 
Sanfi^a;/c// Russel Freeman, Yarm^wh John Reedi 
Attorney at the Sufireme Judicial Court, 
Orleans John Doane 
Attorneys at the Common Pleas. 
GecCopeland, of Brewster, Caleb Read,of Yarmouth. 
Sheriff, Wendell Davis, of Sandwich. 
D Jiuty Sheriffs. 
Barnstable Robert Loth- Orleans William Mvr^ck 
rop, Ezra Crocker, John Sandwich Shadracli Free- 
Bursley, jr. man, Sewall Fi-ssenden 

Brewster Benjamin Berry Yarmouth Enoch Halle t 
Falmoutb. Davis Hatch 



- Justices of the Peace, &c. in Dukes. 59 

Gaoler^ Robert Lothrop, of Barnstable. 

Commissioners o^ Wrecks, iJ'c. Thomas Fish, Falmouth, 
Richard Sears, jr. Chatham, Melatiah Tobey, Sand- 
wich. 

Coroner. 

Barnstable Isaiah Parker, Hamlin 

Roland T. Crocker, Asa Sandnvich Lemuel Pope, 

^oung Hem an Tobey, Lewin 

Brtwster William Crosby Pope 

Chatham Samuel Nye 7Vw ro Levi Stevens, Jonas 

Dennis Seth Tcbey Stevens 

Eastham Michael Collins Wellfleet Josiah Whitman 

Pa/mow/^Ccnsider Hatch, Yarmouth Joseph Hawes 

Samuel Bourne, jr. Seth 

Overseers of the Marshfiee and Herringfiond Indians, 

Nymphas Marston,Gideon Hawley,Kilborn Whitman. 

DUKES. 

Judge of Probate, George Athearn, of Tisbury. 
Register of Probate, Ccrntlius Marchant,of Edgaiton. 
Register oj Deeds , Samuel Sniitii, of do. 

County Treasurer, W illian> Jen egan, of do. 

bounty Aitcrney, Thomas Dunham, of Tisbury. 
■ lirk oJ the Courts Cornehus Marchant, of Edgarton, 

Jmtices oJ the Peace and of the Quorum. 
?hilmark Matthew May- Elijah Stewart, William 
lev, Ebenezer Skiff M:ivhfw 

hdgarton W. Jernegan, Tisbury John Davis, Geo. 
Athearn 
Afipointed to qualify Civil Officers. 
3eoree Athearn, of Tisbury, W iiliani Jernegan, and 
Then. as Ccok, of Edgr-rton. 

Justces of the Peace, 
^hilmark Allen Mciyl.tw, Corneius M?rchprt, Ich- 
ohn Hancock, Benjamin abed Morton, Sam l.VMiel- 
llen den 

iagarton Thosma Cooke y^.v^wrt/ Thomas Dunham 

jYot dries Pub lick. 
'hilmark Henrv Allen chant 

]dgarton Cornelius Mar- Tisbury Thomas Dunham 
^Sheriffl Jethro Worth, of Edgaiton, 



60 Justices, &c. in Nantucket. 

Deputy Sheriff's. 
Chilmark Wm. Maybew son 

Mdgarton Matthew Vin- Tisbury Elijah Hillmaa 
Guardian to Indian and Mulatto Proprietors^ Gay 

Heady Tristram Allen, Chilmark. 
Guardians to the Indians of Chappaquiddicky Thomsk I 
Cooke, Elijah Stewart. 

Commissioners of Wrecks^ ijfc. Ebenezer Skiff, Chil- 
mark, Jethro Worth, Ed gar ton. 

Coroners. 
CIvlmark Tristram Allen Tisbury James Cottle i| 

Kdgarton Peter Pease, jr. i 

' NANTUCKET. *' 

Judge of Probate and Countij .Attorney^ Isaac Coffin. J 
Register of Probate, }o^\Rh Hiissey. 
Register nf Deeds, Latham Gardner. I 

County Treasurer^ Robert Folder. j 

Clerk of the Court s.^ Benjamin Gardner, l 

Justices of the Peace and of the Quorum. I 

Isaac Cothin, Samuel Bi^c low, Walter Foleer, jr. Jo- ' 

siah Hnssey, Daniel Coffin, Isaac W. Whitman, 

William Coffin. 

Appointed to qualify Civil Officers. 
Isaac Coffin, Zaccheus Hussey, Albert Gardner, JoiV' 
ah Hussey. 

Justices of the Peace. 
Zaccheus llusf^ey, Joseph Swain, Geo. Cannon, Albert? 

Gardner, Benjamin Gardner, Martin T. Morton. 

JVotaries Public k. 
Nantucket., Benjamin Gardner, Zaccheus Hussey, 
Counsellors at Laiu^ Josiah Hussey, Isaac W.Whittnan i 
Attorney at the Court of Common Pleas, Isaac Colfiai 
Sheriff'^ Jeremiah Lawrence. 
Deputy- Sheriffs Uriah Gardner. 
Physicians, Oliver C. B,art]ett, Rowland Gelston, Mar- 
tin T. Morton, Paul Swift, Reuben Macy, Edmund" 
Gale. 

Gomjvissioner of Wrecks, iJfc. Jeremiah Lawi^r^e- 
Coroners, Benjamin Glover, David Allen. 



Justices of the Peace in Worcester. 61 



WORCESTER. 

Jiidis-e of Probate y Nathaniel Paine of Worcester. 
liegistrr of Probate, Thcophilus Wheeler of do. 
R'ri:ister nf Deeds, Oliver Fiske, of do. 

County Treasurer, Samuet Allen, of do. 

County Attorney y Rejoice Newto'^', of do. 

Clerk of the Courts, Abijah Bigelow, of do. 

Justrces oj the Peace and 0/ the Quorum. 



Ashburnharn Joseph Jew 
ett 

Athol James Humph "eys 
Barre Elenzer James 

Bolton Stephen P. Gardner 
Brr>okfirld TiUey Rice 
Charlton Salem Town, jr. 
Dudley Aaro'; Tufts 

Fitchburg Joseph Fox 
Hardnv'ck Timothy Paige, 
Samuel Eastman 
Harvard Benjamin Kim- 
bull 

Lancaster Samuel Ward, 
Tim.V\'hiting,MosesSniith, 
VV'illiam Stedman 
Leicester Nathaniel P. 
Denny 

L^eominster Jonas Kendall, 
Solomon Strong 
Lunenburpr Edm. Cushing 
Mendon Jonathan Russell, 
Seth Hastings 



Milburv Aaron Pierce 

Nor. Brook field Thos.H..le 
Oxford Jonitho-n D nis 
Peternham H'Pchins 

Hapgooci, L^wis Bigelow 
Prr^re^owWardN Hnv Iston 
Ruthind Rnfns Putnam 
Shrew.^bury J. Henshaw, 
|o' ah Howe 

Sterlhicr John Robbins, 
1 homas H. Blood 
Sutton Jona"- Sihiey 

Urbridffe Benj. Adams 
We«'b rnui^h Aidr.Peters, 
Nathan Fisher 
Western Danforth Keves 
U'estJ7nnste7 Michael (iiU 
Worcester Nac'il. Paine, 
Therph'lus Whf eler, Ab- 
raham Lincoln, Isaiah 
Thomas. Daniel Clap, 
Levi Lincoln, Daniel 



Waldo, Abijah Bigel w 
Afipointed to qualify Civil Officers, 
Dwight Foster, Saiem Town, Joseph Allen, Nathaniel 
Paipe, Oliver Fiske, Theophi us Wheeler, Abraham 
Lincoln, Timothy Whiting, Jonathan Davis, Willium 
Stedman, Seth Hastings, Richard George, James 
Humphreys, Joseph Proctor, Moses Smith". 
Ji.&tices of the Peace. 
Ashburnharn Abrah. Low, i?arr<? Asa Walker, Elijah 
George R. Cushing, Steph- Caldwell, Simeon Metcalf, 
en Corey, Ivr rs Jewett Nathaniel Jones. Seth Lee, 

Athol Joseph Proctor, Jo- Nathl. Houghton, Samuel 
seph Pierce Lee, jr. Ephraim Wilson, 

F 



62 



Jnstices of the Peace in Worcester. 



Gc'irge Fiits 
Berlin Amos Johnson, Hen- 
ry Powers, Solomon How 
BoUo7i Jonath. Whitcomb, 
Nntnl. Longley, jt. Amos 
Parker 

Boylston James Lonejley, 
Aaron White, Sam. Brig- 
ham, Totham Bush 
Brookfidd Elisha Ham- 
mond, Simeon Diiper, 
Thomas Bond, jr Che- 
ney Reed, Seth Field,Jesse 
Bliss 

Charlton William P. Ri- 
der, Isa'.ah Rider, John 
Spurr, Zephaniah Brown 
Dana Stephen Johns n 
Z^OM.§"/asB'^niHminCrriggin, 
Welcome Whipple 
Dudley Amasa Nichols, 
Jeptha Bacon, Allen Han- 
cock 

FitchhuTg Calvin Willard, 
John Shepley, Peter Snow, 
Wnj. Cunningham 
Gardner Simeon Leland, 
Smyrna Glazier, William 
Whitney 

Grafton NathanielAdams, 
Benjamin Goddard, V\'nj. 
Lamb, Amasa Roberts, 
Jonathan Wheeler. 
Hardwick John Hastings, 
Daniel Ruggles, William 
Cutler. John Mixter.Thos. 
Wheeler 

Harvard Is^^c M'hit- 
ney, Jacob Haskell, Eph- 
raim Hinds 

Holden William Drury, 
Lermuel Davis, James Eas- 
terb-ook, Ebenezer Eas- 
terbrcok, Ethan Pavis 



Hubbardaton \\'illiamMa- 
rean, Asa Wh^-elei, S* 
Swan, D. Woodward, 
He.iry Prentiss 
Lancaster Israel Atherton, 
J. siah Fiagg, Jos. Wales, 
lacobFisher.Benj.Wym. n 
John Stuart,Edwaiii Good- 
win 

Lekefiter A. Flint, Abijah 
Bigelow 
Leomin»ter Wm. Nichols, 
JohnGardner, JoelCrosl.y, 
Bezaleel Lawrence, John 
KendalJ, David Wilder, 
Joseph G. Kendall, Wm. 
Peny 

Lunenburj^ Esek Whiting, 
Thomas Stearns 
Mendon Richard George, 
Nathan Very, Jos. Adams, 
Warren Rawson, Elijah 
Thayer, Peter Wheelock, 
Esek Pitts 

Milbury Josiah Stiles. Ca- 
It b B irbank, Amasa Bra- 
ntan 

/WiV/orf/PerleyHunt, Adam 
Chapin, John Claflin, jr. 
Ktnv-Bmimree Jus. Bow- 
man, HenTV Penniman, 
Jonathan Nye, Samuel < 
Mixter 
Aorrhboro* Nabuni Fay, 
Isaac Davis, Seth Grout, 
Stephen Williams, Janicsi 
Keyes 

Mjrtlibridge PaulWhiting, , 
Ado:phus Spring, Abieli 
facques 

Aorih Brookjidd Daniel I 
Gilbert, Benjamin Adams, 
Jason Bigtlow . 
Oakham Washington Al- 



Justices of the Peace in Worcester. 



63 



len, Wiliiarn Crawford, jr. 
Joel Jones, James Aifen 
Oxford Sylvanus Learned, 
Ab.jah Divis, Samuel 
Hartwt 11, Abi^ha Leonard 
PrUrsham Naihl. Chand- 
ler, Heary \VarfSWii!iam 
Parkburst, J «red Weed 
Paxton N till. Crocker, 
Jonathan Hul)bard 
PhillifiHtm IchimarVVard, 
Elijah Gould, Abel Piper, 
Oliver Powers, Joh 'Doane 
Princeton William Dodds, 
Jonas Brooks, Charles 
iV'iirick 

Roy at'- ton Josf'ph Easter- 
brook, Steph.Bacheldor,)r. 
Aodr. Ke- dali. Solo. God- 
danl, Thomas J. Lee 
Rutland Jonas Howe. Za- 
doc (iates, Danl, Wa'ker, 
Tilly F.int, Dudley Walk- 
er 

Shrewfihury Andrew H, 
Ward, Samuel Haven,Na- 
than How 

Sou: hborou^^h Peter Fay, 
Willard Newton, Jonas 
Ball 

Southbridge Timo. Pat^e, 
jr. Frederick W. Bottom, 
Calvin Ammidnwn, Ger- 
sh-.m Plymptonjas Wol- 
cott, Luther Ammidown 
Sfimcer Benjamin Drury, 
Jonas B-m-s, .lames Dra- 
per, ir. Sirdi^ia Muzzey, 
Frederick Howe 
Sterling Mnses Thomas, 
Isiac Goodwin, J.is. Wil- 
der, Sa ji. Sawyer 
Sturhridge Oliv Plvmpton, 
John Phillips. Eph. Morey , 



Thos.Upham. Abel Mason, 

Jabez Harding, John Hol- 

brr;ok, Samuel Freeman, 

GeorgeDavis,SamueiNe A - 

ell, Jared Lamb 

Sutf.on Sumner Bastow, 

Sttphen Munroe, J-ni- 

than Leland, Daniel Tour- 

tellott 

Temfiltton ThomasFisber, 

Josiah Howe, Ejjhraim 

Sione, Benjamin Brown, 

Samuel Cutting, Ljvell 

Waliier 

Ufiton Ezra Wood, 

E'isha Bratiisii 

Ux bridge Bezaleel Taft, 

jr. Samuel Read,Frederick 

Tnft 

Ward Joseph Stone, John 
Clark, Sf lomon Sibky 
W'siborough Na hum Har- 
ri'igton, Breck Piirkman, 
Moses (irout, Daniel bel- 
lows 

West-Bo)lfiton Robert B. 
Thomas, Joseph Hinds, 
Barnabas Davis 
JVesctrn Jacob Mansfield, 
Harvey sessions, Reuben 
Cutler 

We.stmin/iter A'^el Wood, 
Jonas Whitney, jr Alex- 
ander Dustin, Edward 
Kendall 

rr/nc/^^nf/owEnochKidder, 
D iniel Henshaw, Samuel 
Prentiss, Epnraim Mur- 
dock 

Worcester Edw.D, Bangs, 
Nathaniel Macarty, James 
Wilson, Simuel Brazier, 
Samuel M. Burnside, Re- 
joice Newton, William E 



64 Counsellors at Law in Worcester. 



John Davies, John W. 
Stiles, bamuel Fla^g 



Greene, Samuel Jenmson, 
Wm. Jeunison, J. Tniu- 
bull, Steptien tjal.stmry, 

Kotanes Publirk, 
Brookfield Setli Field Sterling Isaac Goodwirt 
Mendon Joseph Adams M^orre^ffrTiieo. Wheeled 
Petersham^2LihLiZ\i\x\nX\Qt 

Counsellors at Law, 



Athol Joseph Proctor 
Barre Ele^zer J.-m^^s.^ieth 
Lte, NathcU)iel Hooghion 
BrcokjitLd Dvvight Foscer, 
Elisha tiammond, Jesse 
Bliss 

Charlton John Davis, jr. 
Fitclihurgi^M\'m VViUard, 
John .-'ii. pley 

Ha rfwicXrSanmelE istmaji 
Harv.ird Eph.-aiin iiin:ls 
Huddurd.-iton'^Anwiel Swan 
Lanca-iU:r Moses Smith, 
Joh.i Stuart, VVai.Stedman 
Leicester Nathaniel P. 
Deni ly, Daniel Knight 
Leominster VV il li • niPerry , 
Jose I h G Kendah 
Lunenhurg Ephraim M. 
Cunnini^ham 

Mendon Seth Hastings, 
Richard Georgf, v\ arren 
Rawson 

Peter8ha7nhGwis Bigelow, 
Jared Weed 



Princeton Luke Eastman 
Rutland Rufus Putnam 
Shrewsbury And.H.Ward 
Sterl-fig Isaac Goodwirt- 
SouthbridgeFredtr'ick W; 
Bottom 

Sturbridge George DavjS 
Sutton Sumner Bastow,> 
Jonas L. Sibley 
Trmpletvn LovellWalkerj "" 
Sai.uel Cutring 
Uxbridge Benjamin Ad-' 
ams, Bezaieel Taft, jr 
/l^r6-^^oro'Nah.Harringtb!i 
Western Jacob Mansfield 
Westminster Alexander 
Dustin 

Winchendon Daniel Hen- 
sh-^w 

Worcester Nathl. Paine, 
William E. Greene, Levi 
Lincoln, >-janmel M. Burn- 
side, Rejoice Newton, Ed- 
ward D. Banps, John Da- 
vis, JuhnVV . Hubbard 



Attorcieys at thr Sufireme Judicial Court. 



Boylsto'i Marthew Dav- 
enport 

Bt oo^/?(?/^HpmanStebbins 
Dudley Thomas Pope 
Grafton Harry V^ ootl 
JVew Braintree Charles 



Allen 

JKorth Brookfield Daniel 
Gilbert 

Uxbnage GeD. Wheaton 
Worcester Austin Den- 
ny, W'illiam Andrews, 



Deputy-Sheriffs in Worcester. 



m 



Attorneys at the Common Pleas. 
Brookfield Amos Crosby Pc^ers/iamAaronBrooksjr 



L.(mcas'€r Joseph VVillard 
Leicester Emory Wash- 
burn 

Mendon Peter Wheelock, 
Wiliioam S. Hastings 
O^or'/CharlesG.Frentiss 

^Aeri^, Thomas W. Ward, of Shrewsbury. 
Defiuty- Sheriffs, 
Athol James Oliver Felton 



Southh idge lim.P-igejr. 
Uxb rid^eSam 1 . M .C rock-^ 
er, Joseph Thayer 
IVsamnster Simeon San- 
derson 



Joseph King 
Gilbert W. 



AiihburnhamSi\sis\A' hkney 
Barre Mosesliolden,VV' m. 
Robinson 

Brookfitid John Muzzy, 
Alons' n Hamilton 
Charlton Stephen Eddy 
Z)o?/^'-/a.vEbenezer Bolcom 
jO?^c//d7/JamesRobinson,2d. 
Fitchburg John Phillips 
Grafton David Sherman 
//arT^a7Y/Heuben Whitney 
Hubbardhton Luther Clif- 
ford 

Leominster Oliver Adams 
Luncjiburg Wm. Smith 
iawca«?frSolomonCarter, 
Nathaniel Rand 
Lficester Daniel Upham 
Mendon Amariah Taft 
Mdford Clark: Ellis 

JSfew Braintree Moses 

Crier of the Courts^ Silas Brooks, of Worcester. 

Keeper of the House of Correction^ John F. Clark. 

Gaol Keefier^ Mathan Heard, jr. 

Coroners. 

MburnhamWm.Stea.vns, Bo/ton Joseph Sawyer, jr. 



Petersham Cephas Wil- 

lard 

Rutland 

Shrewsbury 

Haven 

S(e?iing Moses Thomas, 

Ebeneztr Pope, jr. 

Sutton Daniel I'ourtellot 

Spencer David Draper 

Southborough Jonas Ball 

Southbridge Jeremiah 

She m way 

yt?n/.'/e/o?7 Joseph Upham, 

John Sawyer 

Ux bridge Royal Thayer 

Westmitiiiter Ebenezer 

Jones 

IViiichendon Jacob Wales 

Worcester Daniel Denny, 

Sewall Hamilton 



Ivers Jewett 
-^r/;o/ Joseph Pierce,James 
Oliver, Daniel Ellen wood 
Barre beth Caldwell 
F 2 



BoyUton Levi Pierce 

BroofcfieldSimeon Draper, 
John Muzzy, Matt. Wood 
C/^ffrZ/'wAaron Wheelock. 



66 Justices of the Peace in Berk^ii-e. 



Otis Famham 
Doui^ias James Farwell 
Duclky Jabez Day, VVil- 
liHm Robinson 
Fitchburg Oliver Fox 
Grafton A. Kimball, jr. 
Isaac W. Wood 
Harvard Aaron Whitney 
Hardwick LctqucI Har- 
rington 

Holden Henry Bullard, 
William Drury, jr. 
Hubbardston David Ben- 
nett, jr. 

Lancaster Benj. Wyman, 
Richard Haven 
heicesttr Daniel Upham 
Lcominater Abel Carter, 
Daniel Newhall 
J.unmburg Peter Brown 
Mmdoji Caleb Thayer, 
Andrew Penniman 
ik///^orc^Nathl. Parkhurst, 
Clark Ellis 

Milbury Reuben Barton 
jVeiV'Braintree Jona. Barr 
A'. Brookjield Moses Bond, 
Kulus Dodge 
Oakham Fred, A. Presho, 
Thomas Rij3ley 



Oxford J.Harris,L.Crane, 
Rut us Harris 
fetersham Asa PoihK 
liijer Hapgood, James 
Ripley 

tnnceton John Dodd 
Royalston Daniel Wood- 
bury, Jonathan Pierce 
Shrewsbury }c>s!S\imw^v^\T. 
Southhoro' Dexter Ball 
Silencer Sardinia Muzzy, 
Walton Liver more 
Sterling Moses Thomas, 
Ebenezer Pope, jr. 
Sturbridge Simeon Fiske, 
Edward Phillips 
Sutton Thos. Harback,jr. 
Templeton JohnE.Newion 
IJiiton Daniel Fiske, jr. 
Uxbridge Peter White 
Ward John Rice 

Westboro* Lovet Peters 
Westcjyi Josiah Putnam 
Westminster Jonas Miles, 
Luke Bigelow 
Winchendon Saml. Koyea, , 
Obadiah Walker 
Worcehter Silas Brooks, 
William Eaton, Heubeh ■ 
Wheeler 



BERKSHIRE. 

Judge of Probate^ William Walker, of Lenox. 
Register of Probate^ Nathaniel Bishop, of Richmond. 
County Attorney^ John Whiting, of Great-Barrington. 
(JLerk of the Courts^ Charles Sedgwick, of Stockbridge* 

Registers of Deeds. 
Southern-District, Moses Hopkins, of Great-Barrington^. 
Middle-District, Joseph Tucker, of Lenox. 
Northern-District, Luther Washburn, of Lanesborougli-,. 
County 7>Ta«Mrer, Joseph Tucker, ofLe^ox. 



Justices of the Peace in Berkshire. 



67 



Justices of the Peace 
Adams J. Q. Robinson 
Beckn George Conant 
Great Barrington Moses 
Hopkins, John Whiting 
jiihsdale Thomas Allen 
Lawsboro* Gid. Wheeler, 
Wolcott Hubbell 
X^e Joseph Whiton 

heiiQX William Walker, 
Joseph Tucker, Wm. P. 
Walker, Daniel Williams, 
jr. Caleb Hjde, James W. 
Robbins 

Afiiwinted to qualifij Civil Officers. 
Jyathaniel Bishop, Wm. Walker, Joseph Woodbridge, 
Joshua Danforth, Moses Hopkins, Samuel H. Whee- 
ler, Lyman Hall, William P. Walker, Joseph Tucker, 
Daniel Noble, Douglas W. Sloane, Ezra Kellogg, Jo.hn 
Whiting, John C. Williams, Jared Curtis. 

Justices of the Peace. 
Adams Israel Jones, John 
Waterman, James Cum- 
mings, Thomas Robinson, 
Nathan Putnam, Luther 



and of the Quorurfi. 
Pittffidd Joshua Danforth, 
Nathan Willis, William C. 
Jarvis 

Richmond Nathl. Bishop, 
Hugo Burghardt 
Sheffield Elisha Lee, Rob- 
ert F. Barnard 
Stockbridgc Joseph Wood- 
bridge 

Wdliamsfown William 
Starkweather, Daniel No- 
ble, Douglas W\ Sloane 



than Richardson 
Alford Philander Hulbert, 
Elihu Leicester, Erastus 
Hamlin, Norman Leister, 
Elijah Fitch 

Bcckd Seth Wadsworth, 
Benj. C- Perkins, Asa Baird 
Cheshire John Wells, War- 
ren Southworth, Ebenezer 
Cole, Daniel Brown, Ethan 
A. Rix, Francis Fisk, 
Moses Wolcott 
Clarksburg Samuel Clark 
Dahon John Chamberlain, 
Abraham Porterj Thomas 



Greene, Gideon Deming, 
Henry Marsh, Ashley Wil- 
liams 

Egremont Seneca Tuller^ 
James Baldwin, Andrew 
Bacon, Wilbur Curtis,John 
Hollenbeck, Moses Loomis 
Fhmda Jesse King, Na- 
than Drury 

G . Ba rrington Miles A very, 
David Wainwright, Lucius 
King, David Leavenworth, 
Ezra Kellogg, Geo. Beck- 
with, Caleb Stanley, Jacob 
H. Van Dusen, James A, 
Hyde, Benjamin Rogers, 
William Bryant 
Hancock Gideon Martin, 
Rodman Hazard, Augustus 
.Stanton, W'illet Gardner, 



6$ Justices of the Peace in Berkshire. 



Griffin Eldridge, JohnGard- 
ner 

Hinsdale Nathl. Tracy, 
Artemas Thompson 
Z.an'sboro* Peter B. Curtis, 
Lyman Hall, Luther Wash- 
burn, Time. Whitney, Cal- 
vin Hubbell,Gideon Wheel- 
er, Aaron Barns, Calvin 
Hubbell, iun. Henry Shaw 
Lee William Sturgis, John 
Nye, James Whiton, Ste- 
phen Thacher, John B. 
Perry, Josiah 5fale, Abijah 
Merrill, jun. 

JLenox Oliver Belden, jr. 
Charles Worthington 
Mount WaahiHgtonCh^nes 
Patterson, Mernt Smith 
JV. Ashford Keyler Kent 
J^eiv Mar/5cro' Isaac 
Turner, Joseph Fitch, Ben- 
jamin Wheeler, Jason 
Warner, Edvirard Stevens, 
Ebene?er Hyde, Benjamin 
Sheldon 

Olis Paul Larkom, Adoni- 
jah Jones, Roderick Nor- 
ton, John Picket, Lester 
Filley, Ardon Judd 
JPeru Cyrus Stowell, Wm. 
Frizell, Thomas Frizell 
Pittfficld Orrin Goodrich, 
Thonias Gold, Joseph 
Shearer. Oliver Root, John 
B. Root, Jonathan Allen, 
Charles Goodrich, Thos. 
B. Strong, Butler Goodrich, 
Theodore Hinsdale, Joseph 
Merrick, Calvin Alartin, 
Paniel B. Bush, Phineas 
Allen, Henry Hubbard, 
^^mes P. Colt, Trymbull 



Dorrance 

Richmond Zecha. Pierson, 
Noah Rosseter, John Ba- 
con,WilliamS. Leadbetter, 
Absalom Ford 
Savoy Snellum Babbit, 
Joseph WilJiams, Edward 
Mason 

Saudi Ji Id John Canfield, 
John Picket, Eliakim Hull, 
Erastus Beach, William 
Bettis, Danl, Sears, Lyman 
Brown, Jabez Bozworth 
Sheffield Moses Hubbard, 
Stephen Dewey, Silas Kel- 
logg, Moses Stocking, Saml. 
Shears, Eli Ensign, Elisha 
Lee, Andrew Andrus, Ja- 
red Canfield, Azariah Root, 
MinorOwen, VVillianj Ashley 
Stockbridge Samuel Jones, 
Thaddeus Pomeroy, Henry 
W. Dwight, Jared Curtis, 
Elisha Brown, Elij. Brown, 
jr. Charles Sedgwick, Joab 
Plumb, George Whitney 
Tyringham Adonijah Bid- 
well, EInathan Pratt, John 
Garfield, Nehemiah Park, 
Charles Jackson, Aaron 
Canfield 

Washington Wm. G. Bal- 
lantine, jr. Jasper Morgan 
W.StockbridgcChx\sio\A\idv 
French, Enoch W. Thayer, 
Lemuel Moffit, jr. Sylva. 
Tobey, Amasa Spencer, jr. 
Bobbins Kellogg 
Williamstown Deodatus 
Noble, Samuel Kellogg^, 
Reuben Young, Nathan 
Rosseter, Charles A. Dewi 
ey, Daniel Foster, Timothy 



Deputy- Sheriffs, &c. in Berkshire. 6g 

Whitman Dennison Robinson, Asatiel 

Windsor Robert Walker, Wright, Noah Green 

Jy/btaries Publick, 

Pittsfield James Buell Sandi field George Hull 

Sheffield Richard O. Hul- Stockbridi^e George Whit- 



bert 



ney 



Counsellors at Z,aw. 

Adanis Thomas Robinson, PittsfiHd Thomas Gold, 

Nathan Putnam Thomas A. Gold, William 

G teat- Barrinc^toii John C. Jarvis, Daniel B, Bush, 

Whiting, James A. Hyde, Calvin Martin, H. Hubbard 

William C. Brjant Sheffield Robt F. Barnard 

Hinsdile Thomas Allen Stockbridge Samuel Jones, 

Lanesboro* Luther Wash- Henry W. Dvvight, George 

&«rn, Calvin Hubbell, jr. Whitney 

Lee William Porter, jr. West Stockbridge Robbins 

Len.x William P. Walker Kellogg 

New Marlboro^ Benjamin Wdliamstoivn Daniel No- 

Shelden ble, Charles A. Dtv/ej 
Otia Lester Filley 

Attorneys at the Supreme Judicial Court. 
Mams George N. Briggs Bidwell 
Dalton Henry Marsh Sandis/ield Thos. Twining 

Slockbridge Lawson D. Sheffield Rich. O. Hulbert 

Attorneus at the Common Pleas, 

fidaJns George N Briggs Pittsfield Mathi R. Lanton 

Dalton Henry Marsh, jr. Richmond Henry W. 

Eecnniont Leaven- Bishop 

kvcrth Stockbridge Theodore So 

Lenox Joseph Tucker Pomeroy 

Shtriffi^ Henry C. Brown, of Pittsfield. 
Defmtij-Sherif's. 

idams. So. Village Robert Great Barrlngton Ezra 

I. Briggs Kellogg 

'llford Peter Jaquins Hancock John Gordon 

Oalton Israel D. Root Hinsdale Wm. Pierce, jr. 



^0 Justices of the Peace in Norfolk. 



Lanesboro* Lyman Hall, jr. 
J^ee Nathaniel Backus 

henox David O.=born 

Otis Daniel Bartlett 

FitUjield Theodore Hins- 
dale 

Sa7idu field Stephen Bos- 
worth 



Sheffield Albert A. Rod^ 

Stockbridge Ralph Dem- 

ing, Alanson Bennett 

Whlkim.t'^nvn Solomon 

Bulkley 

Weat - Stock-bridge Erastus 

Crocker 



Gaoler, Benjamin W. Cook, of Lenox. 

Crier of the Courts, Daniel WilJiams, jr, 

Coroners. 



^dams J ere. Colesgrove, 
David Jenks 

Chtahire Manning Brown 
Dalton Henry Marsh, 
Oliver Porter 

Egremont Elijah Willard 
Great- Barrington Saml. 
Rosseter, Ezra Kellogg 
LanrbboTQUgh Buckley 
Hutchins, Stoddard Hub- 
bell 

L.ee Daniel Conch 

Lenox Alvah Morrel], 
Asher Sedgwick 
Oti3 Samuel Picket 



Peru Eli Pierc« 

Fit njield William Chap- 
pell, jr. Theo Hinsdale, 
James Mc Knight 
Richmond Sauil. Gates, jr. 
Abner Sears 

Sandljitia Wm. Granger 
Shtjfi'id Andrew Andrews, 
Erastus Rice, Edwin Sheers 
Stockbndge Ralph Deniing 
Wr-t-Stockbndge }ohi\ C. 
Deming 

Wiiiiamstoivn Eli North- 
urn, Solomon BuJkley 



NORFOLK. 
Judgs of Probate^ Eilward H. Kobbins, of Milton, 
Register oj Probata , Samuel Haven, or Dtdham, 
Register of Deeds, James Foorcl, of do. 

County Treasurer, John Bullard, c;f do. 

County Attorney, Theron Metcalf, of do. 
Clerk of the Courts, Horatio To wnsend, of do. 
Justices of the Peace and of the Quorum. 

Bellingham Eiinb Wight 
Braitttree Minot Thayer 
Canton Joseph Bemis 

JDedham Nathaniel Ames, 
Samuel Haven, Horatio 
Towns-nd, Ebcnezer 

Fisher, James Richard- 



Samuel P. 



SOil 

Dorchester 
Lf^ud 

Foxboro' Ebenezer War- 
ren 

Medfield John Baxter, 
Daniel Adams 



Justices of the Peace in Norfolk. 71 



Quincy Peter B. Ad- Andrews, Joseph Heath, 
ains EIkh zer S. aver 

Randolfih Samuel Bass IVty mouth EiiphaletLoud 
Roxburi/ David S. Gree- Wrcntham CrrnehusKol- 
nough, Th.imas Williams, lock, Jairus Ware 
Joseph Harrington, John 

Jfihointed to quaUfy Civil Officers. 
Ebenezer Warreji, Hotatio Townsend, Nathaniel 
Ames, Ebenezer Fisher, Samuel Haven. 
Justices of the Peace. 
Bellingham John Bates, hu Pond, J is. Adams, Jos. 
StephenMe'cali, Benjamin 
Hal!, Eiias Cook 
Braiiitree Daniel Frgg, 
James Holbrook, Nat. 
Thayer,jr. Gid. L.Th lyer 
Brooklme JosephGoddard, 
Oliver White 
Cayiton\Wxi\. Dunbar, Ad- 
am Kinsley, Thos.Toim n 
Qohasset Elisha Doaue, 
Thomas Bourne 
Dtdham Willard Gav- Ja- 
bez Chickeiing. Samuel H. 
Dean, John Endicott,Eras- 
tus Wortliingtnn, I'heron 
Metca'f, Samuel Swett, 
James Ford, George Ellis 
jDorc/tfStVrThos.Tileston, 
Aniasa Stetson, Thomas 
Mo-el y, Jam Humphrey, 
Ben). Fuller, Abe ICushing, 
Mather Withington James 
While, Henry Gardner, 
Edward Sharp 
Dovtr Jesse Draper, Sam- 
uel Fi her 

Foxb.rough Seth Boyden, 
Aarou Eveieu, Elias Na- 
sofi, Abijah Pn-tt, William 
Payson, Melatiah Everett, 
Noah Hobart, J(.s.VVarien 
Franklin Lew. Fisher, Eii- 



Bacun, Wm. M .k>-peace 
Meojieid Elijah Adams, 
Moses B. Harding, Wil- 
liam Peters 

yv/,f/-7mz/ Jos. L.Richardson, 
Wm.Felt, Thad.Loverin^ 
Mdion Isaac Davenport, 
Joseph R(Ave,AsapliChur- 
chill, Jeremiah S. Bires, 
He derson hichts,Bar..ey, 
Smith, John M. Forbes, 
John Ruggles, jr. 
N'i'dhan: Berjamin Slack, 
Epo^ h Fiske, Peter Lyon 
QuiJicy Ed w r; -d M iLer, 
Liniufl Brackett 
R>.. ndolfili ThomasF' ench, 
SethTun er,Mic?.h White, 
John King, jr. Isaac Thay- 
er. Barna'>:.s Claik, J ^eph 
Lynnfield, Ji na. Wales, jr. 
Benjamin Rich;^rds 
hcxbury John Parker, 
Abijah Drapier, William 
Heath, Nathaniels. Pren- 
tiss, Jol;n Prince, Samuel 
J. Gardiner, Joseph Cur- 
tis, Charles Davis, Sher- 
ma;> Lf land, P«-terG.Rub- 
bi"S, Jiim Bartleit. 
SharonViev'yAwvvi Reynolds, 
Wra. Savage, Nath.GouId 



72 Deputy-Sheriffs, &c. in NorfolL 



Stoughton Peter Adams, 
San.uel Talbot,Benj. Rich- 
ards, Robe rt Swan, Elijah 
Athe ton 

Walfiolc PanielKingsbury, 
Priiiitas Ellis 



Wcyjnouth Sam. Bailey. 
Cotton Tufts, Christopher 
Webb, LemuelHnmphrey 
Wrentha?riD'a.\\ Holbrof)k, 
Jrsi. J, Fiske, Rufus Manf>, 
Samuel Druce ^^ 



JVotaries Publicki 
Braintree Eben.F.Thaj er Dcdham Eben . Fisher, jr. 
Cohaasct Thomas Bourne Roxbury ShermanLeland 

CounselLors at Law. 

Melatiah 



Braintree Gide.L.Thayer, 
Ebenezer F. Thayer 
Cantor) William Dunbar, 
Thomas Tolman 
Jjedham Horatio Town- 
st-nd, Samuel Haven. Jas, 
Rji^hardson, Joseph Chick- 
eriri^., Theron Metcalf, 
EvHstus Worthington 
Dorchester ^2cs:i\\. P. Loud 



Foxborough 

Everett 

Medfeld Daniel Adams 

MUton Asaph Churchill 

Batidolph John King 

Roxbury Thos. Williams, 

Joseph Harrington,Saniuel 

J. Gardner 

Weymouth Christo. W^ebb 

}Vrent/ia?n Josiah J. Fiske 



Attorneys at the Sufireme Judicial Court. 
Dedham John W. Ames Randolph Aaron Prescott 

Attorneys at the Common Fleas. 

i)ff//;r/w Jonathan H. Cobb J. Bishop 

Mfdficld John B. Derby Quincy Edward Miller 

il/f</woi/WarrenLovering TVrcntharn LeviW. Fisher 

Sheriff, Elijah Crane, Canton. 

Defiuty-Sheriff'a. 

Bellingham Elias Cook Dover John Williams 

Braintree Caleb French 

Cannon Thomas KoUrck 

Coho-sset Laban Warrick 

X)edham Jrhn Guild, John 

Baker, jr. T. P. Whitney, 

John Williams 

Dorchester John F. Pierce, 

Elisha Ford 



Medficld'L^ru. K.Brastow 
Mednvay James Fisher 
JVeedham William Bullard 
Roxbury Luther Newell 
Randolfih Thos. Howard 
Stoughton Lemuel Gay 
Wrentham Saml. Brastow 



Coroners. 
Bellingham Calvin Fair- Braintree Caleb French, 



banks 



Asa French 



Justices of the Peace in Franklin. 



73 



Canton Samuel Blackman 
Cohasset Thomas Bourne 
Dcdharri. John Baker, jr. 
Mace Smith 

Dorchester E.VVithington, 
3(1. Oliver Billings 
Dover Jonathan Battle 
Foxboro'' Shubael Fratt 
Franklin A ma. Richard- 
son, Preston MetCilf 
Mcdfidd Heun Adams 
J\']echoay J hnRichardson, 
Aaron Adaais, Ralph Bul- 



lard, Zachariah Lovell 
Milton V h.ineasDavenport, 
SajTiuel Mai din 
J\'vedfi'im Enoch Fuller^ 
David Smith, Danl. Ware 
Quincy Jonathan Rawson 
Hoxbury Joslma Seaver, 
Aarcn Kingsbury 
Aharon Elijah Hewins, jr. 
Sroughton LuthcJ- Swan 
IVrtntham P 'ul Fisher, 
J iTTi ?s \V^hiting^» ^Nathaniel 
Ware, jr. 



FRANKLIN. 

judge qfFrobate<^ Richard E. Newcomb, Greenfield. 
Bes(ister of Prcbute^^ Elijah Alvord, of do. 

Cowity Treasurer and Register of Deeds^ Hooker 

Leavitr, ot Gi'Cfc afield. 
County A'torney, George Grennell. of Greenfield. 
Clerk of the Courts^ Elijah Alvord, of do. 

Justices of the Peace and of the Quorum^ 
Jshfield Elijah Paine, len 



Ephraim Williams 
Bcrnardston Job Goodale 
Conway Elisha Billings 
Greenfcld Jona. Leavitt, 
Solomon Smead, Jerome 
Ripley, Richard E. New- 
comb,Elijah Alvord,Hook- 
er Leavitt, Samuel C. Al- 



H.iwley Edmund Longley^ 
ThoniHs Lohgley 
wVt'w Sahm V true v Pearce 
Aorthfeld Obadiah Dick- 
inson 

Orange Joseph Metcalf 

Wendell Joshui Cireen 

Whately Thos. Sanderson 

Afifiointed to qtialfy Civil Officers. 

Jonathan Leavitt, Richard E.'Newcomb, Elijah Pairie» 

Elisha Billings, Joshua Gi'eene, Samuel C- Allen, Eli* 

jah Alvord, Varney Pearce, Abel Wilder, Syivester 

Maxwell 

Justices of the Peace. 

Ashjield Levi Cook, Enos man, Jonathan AUeb, Ca« 

I Smith, Henry Bassett, leb Chapin ' ^ 

i Thomas W^hite Buckland Samuel Tayl6r 

j Bernardston John Hamil- Japheth Chapin, Livi 

I ton, Polycarpus L. Cush- White \ 

G 



Counsellors at Law in Franklin. 



ChaHfvwvt Abel Wilder, 
Svlvts'er Maxwell, Rob- 
ert Willi tnis 
Colrane Tliomas Avery, 
Cla'^k Chandierjohn Dru- 
ry, Daniel Willis, David 
Smith, Calvii) Smith, Rob- 
ert l^. M^Lellan 
Connvctv Samuel Ware, 
Joseph Rice, John Arms, 
John Williams, William 
Billinc;s, David Chllds 
D-erficld William S. Wil- 
liams, Pliny Arms, Elihu 
Hoyt, Asa Stebbins, Eben. 
H. \Vilhan»s, Elisha Bogue, 
Samuel E. Field, Stephen 
Wbitnev 

Erving*8 Grunt Asaph 
White 

Gill Beth S. Howland, 
James Gould, J^l Lynn 
Greenfield E iel Gilbert, 
Georj;e Gre-^t ell, jr. Eli- 
sha Root, Asaph Smead, 
Franklin Ripley, Daniel 
Wells, Divid Bri.^ham, 
Samuel Pickett, David 
Willard, Saml. Wells, jr. 
Haivky Hezekiah Wani- 
ner, William Santord. Ed- 
mund Longley, jr. Zenas 
Bangs 
Heaih Benjamin Maxwell, 

Notaries Public. 
Gr(few/?c^Geo.Grinnell,jr. Deerficld 

Counsellors at Laiv. 
Ashfield Elijah Fnine 

Vhirhinont Sylvesier 

Maxwell 

Comvjy William Bil'ings 
Dci rficld Fliny Arms 



jr. Med ad Dickinson, Rog- 
er Leavitt, Ephraim Has- 
tings, E*>enezer Tucker 
Leverett Koswell Field 
Ley dm Hezekiah New- 
comb, Peleg Babcock, Eli- 
sha Chapin | 
Montagiie 'Benjamin S. i 
Wells, Jonathan Hart well 
JKIw-iSalem William 
Whitaker, Jona. Gregory 
Xorth field Medad Alex- I 
ander, John Nevers 
Or^ w,^'^ Josiah Cobb, Amos 
Woodward, Perley Barton 
llo'voe John Cheney, Wil- 
liam Taylor,SolomonReed, 
Ebenezer Merrill 
Shelburne Aaron Skirner, 
Stephen Taylor, William 
Mel's 

Sihittesbury Wm. Wa rd I 
John Conkty, jr. Abneri 
Smith 

Sunderlarul^rmmX. Church, , 
Caleb Hiibbard, Nathaniel ' 
Smith 

li'arnuick Caleb Mavo, 
Jonathan Bbk*-, j-. Justus' 
Russell, Henrv Barnard, , 
Ashhcl Ward 
Wnidell Dnvid Whitaker i 
Whatcly John White, Si- 
las Tracy 



Aaron Armsi^ 



Grr en field R. E Newcomb, 
Elijdi Alvord, Hc-okei 
L-'a\ itt, (Tt'orge Grennell 
jr. Samuel C Allen, Dan- 
iel Wells, David Brighan i 



Justices of the Peace in Hampden. 75^^ 

/. Salnn NormDiul Smith Horatid G. Newco'iib 
\'orth/it'ld John Nevers, ShuteaburyWuXxxm Ward 

Attorneijfi at the Sufirt-me Judicial Court. 
Jreen/cA/UavidWillard, Jlarwick Henry Barnard 
ianiuel Weil>, jr. 

Attorneys at the Coimnon Pleas. 
':olraine Isaac B. Berber, /^trz/fW^/ Jon:i. A. Saxton, 
o\M\ Drury Aaron Arms 

::/mr/emo72^ Eniery Wash- Gill Benjamin Br ai.ird 
^^ij.,, Montague Jona. HarLwell 

Beniardston Joseph P. Sundenund iioratio W. 
^Uen Talt 

Sherif] Epaphras Hoyt, of Greenfield. 
De/mty- Sheriffs. 
BernardHton G'utsel Pur- Hath David Thaver 

p;e Leverett A p leus Field 

Colraine Beriah W. Smith Montagu^: BeiijU. b. Wells 
Cunway Henry P. Biliings At'w-6'«/e/n Ndhuin Br\ant 
Dterfield David Wiii^ut Northjidd Ca.eo Lyman 
Greerjidd Thoiuas iiU- Orange Abijah Hiil 

[jgi-t iS'«/2£/f?Va«(iSimeGnBailard 

John Mason, of Greenfield, Deputv-liaoler. 
Crier of the Courts^ Tlicmis Gilbert, of Gree.ifield. 
Coroner:-, 
Chad mont Consider Scott bun., Dnniel Patvi uii 
Conway ChristopherArnis jYorinfidd Richurd C< Iton 
Cdraine Levi -i. M Gee O/v^/r^vDavid CleuNClatid, 
Greenfield Lucius Dickin- \o\yM VT 11 
son Sunderland Wiiliara 

Leverett Svlvaniis Field Delano 
J^evj' Salem Sam ue i Wood - 

Im/iector of Fire Arvifi^ Roswell Field, Leverett. 



liAMl^DEN. 
Judge of Probate, John Hooktr, of Springfield. 
Rtgisitr ofProhaie, Oliver B. Morris, of do. 
Register of Deeds &^ C T- usurer, Ed. Pynchon, of do. 
County Attorneu^ Oliver B. Morris, of Sprni^lield. 
Clerk of the Courts, John ingersoU, of Springfield. 



76 



Justices of the Peace in Hampden. 



Justices of the Peace and of the Quorum, 



Blandford Alanson Knox 
Brimficld Abner Morgan, 
Slephen Pynchon 
Cheatrr S)']vepter Emmons 
LongmeadowGiAeon Burt, 
j:than EJy 

Palmer Amos Hamilton 
i^ouihivick Enos Foote 



S firing Jidd John Hooker, 
Chauiicey Brewer, John' 
IngersoU, Edward Pyn^f 
chon, Jonathan Uwight, jr,i 
Oliver B. Morris 
WtH S/irivgJield Samue\ I 
Lathrop, Heman Day 
Wesrjidd Elijah Bate* > 



jififiointed to qualify Civil Officers, 

John Hooker, George Bliss, Samuel Lathrop, Samuel 

Fowler, John Ingefsoll, Elijah Bates. 



Justices of 
Blandford David Boies. 
KeubenBoies, Samuel Knox 
Brimfield Philemon War^ 
Ten, 'John Wyles, William 
Atwater, Eli B Hamilton, 
Azariah Moseley, I.E.Trask 
Chester A.sahel Wright, 
W'illiam Wade, Martin 
Phelps 

Grarwille Israel Parsons, 
James Cooley, Patrick 
Boies James Barlow, He- 
•ekiab Robinson, Elihu 
Stow 

Holland DavidWallis,Ezra 
Webber,Luther Brown 
LoTigmtadow Gad Col- 
ton, Joseph W Cooley 
J^udlow Geo. Wilkinson, 
Benjamin Sikes 
Monaoyi Jacob Thompson, 
Ede Whitaker, Joel Nor- 
cross, Rufus Flint, Deoda- 
tus Dutton, George Bliss, 
J. Hall 

Montgomery Aaron Parks, 
Moses Hatch 
Palmer Jonathan Shearer, 



the Peace. 
James Stebbins 
Russell Isaac Palmer, Joha : 
Gould il 

5. Brinifield Williain W, II 
Thompson, Jas. L. Wales 
Soiiihivck JosephForward, 
G deon Root, Saul Fowler, 
John Mills 

S/inng/uld Jona. Dwijrht, 
Moses Chapin, Joshua 
Frost, Daniel Lombard, 
Bezaleel Howard. Robert 
Emery, -amuel Orne, Jus* 
tice Willard, Jacob Bliss, j 
John Howard, Jos. Pease, 
Daniel Lumbard, Benja- | 
min Day, John Hooker, jr. I 
To/'ar/ci Abraham Granger, j 
W illiam More, Titus Fo\vl? 
er, Cornelius Slocumb j 

IVes fidd Jedediah Taylor, ,| 
William Blair, Isaac Wells, ' 
Augustus Collins, William 
Moseley, James Fowler, W. 
Atwater, E B. Hamilton * i 
W, Sjiringfirld EliphalA \ 
Leonard, Pelatiah Bliss, 
Roland Burank, Charle* i 



Deputy-Sheriffs, &c. In Hampden. 77 

Jail Cad Wafriner, Elias IVlbraham Abel Bliss, jr. 

.eonard. Timothy Horton, Robert Sessions, Aug^ustus 

lustin Ely, Amos Wor- Sisson Walter J^t.bbms, 

hin-ton, Theodore Ely, Samuel I . Merrick, VVil- 

Solomon Lolhrop, Luke liamKnigJits 
Parsons, Alfred Flower 

A'otarics Fublkk. 

West'Sfirinif/ir'ld Jnsi.Uy S}irmirfidd John Howard 

CouihsdloT8 at Law. 

Bland ford Alanson Knox S/i ring-Jit Id George Bliss, 

Brimitld Abner Morgan, Jona. Uvvight jr. Ohver B. 

Stephen Pynchon Morns, ,olm Howard, Jus- 

Cliest'-r Asahel Wright, tice Willard, Samuel Orne, 

Samuel Johnson ^^'^']^''f ^' ^'^^^'''i • . , 

Granville Patrick Bo.es, ft^^^rahum Wm Kn.ght 

James Cooley f^;?.^'^^^ ^, .^^'J^^!^ ^'T' 

Mon^on Deodatus Dulton, A\ilham Blair, Augustus 

Geor-e Bliss, jr. V.*^^''"^, • r / / c 1 

Palmer James Stebbins Ut t S/inn^/wId Samuel 
SouthwU' John Miils Lathrop, Caleb ll:ce 

Attorneys ac the Su/irevu Judical Court, 
Brimfidd John B. Cooley Eli B. Haiuiltcn, Alfred 
,S//r//,^/?eA/ Benjamin Day, Stearn? .,,ci 

William B. Calhoon l^^^t S/irinicfield Solomon 

Weatfidd James Fowler, Lothrop 

Attorney <ii tlie Common Fleas. 

South- Drimjietd Asa Olmsted. 

Sheriff, John Phelps, of Springfield. 

Dcfuty- Sheriffs. 

Brimjidd D^^niel F.Lee Ji/V^J^^^^f ^^^^^ 

ClieJer Horace Smith ]V<'.Ht/idd David IL Mei- 

Pahier Asa Ward win 

Sfiring field Wm. H Foster IVUbraham Abel Canlkms 
Ebene/er Russell, jr of Springlield, Deputy-Gaoler. 
Henry Brewer, of Springfield, Crier of Court Com. Fleas. 

( 0' oners. 
Brimfidd Daniel Burt .S7mV;.^y7f'/^ John Pynchon, 
Chtster William Wade J^^V ^'''' ..• / ;» n 

Monson Joel Norcross V'^y^^^.^.^/^'T^.^^'^^^^Y 

Zo7z^>-mra(/o7;; Alex. Field Wilbraham W liliam Clark 
?a//;ifr John Frink 

G 2 



78 Churches and Ministers in Boston. 

CHURCHES, MINISTERS OF THE GOSPEL, &c. IN 
MASSACHUSETTS. 

y. B. C stands for Congregationalist ; E for Episcopalian : P for 
presbyteiian ; B tor Baptist ; M tor Methodist ; F for Friends ; U foj 
Viiiversalist ; Unit, for Unitarian. 

Boston. SUFFOLK. 

First Church, Summer-St. Nathaniel L. Frothingham. C' 
Second Cfiurch, Middle-Street, Henry Ware. ' C * 

First Baptist Church, Back-St. Francia Wayland^jr* B 
Old-South Church, Marlboro' St. Btmj. B. IVisntr. Q 
Stone-Chapel, School-St. James Freeman^ d. d. Unit/ 
Church in Brattle-Street, John Gorham Faifrty, C 
Friends'* Meeting-Honse, Congress-Street. 
New North Church, North-Street, Francin Parkman. Q 
New South Church. Summer-Street. Q 

Christ Church, Salem-Street, Ana Eaton. ij 

Church in Federal-Street, PVm. E, Channing^ r. d. C 
Church in Hollis-Street, John Fierfwnt. C 

Trinity Church, Summer^St. John S. J. Gardiner, D.p. EJ 
West Church, Lynde Street, CharUs Lowell. C. 

Second Baptist Church, Back^St. Thomas Baldnvinn.Ti.'Ek 
First Universalist Church, Bennett-St. Paul Dean, U 
Church of the Holy Cross, Franklin-Street, 
Might Rev. John Cheverua, P. d. Bishop. 
William Tayhxy a. m. 

First Methodist Chapel, Methodist Alley. M 

African Baptist Society, Belknap-Street, T7iomas Paul,^ 
Second Methodist Chapel, Bromfield's Lane, M 

Society in Pond-Street, 'Fravtlling Preachers. 
Third Baptist Society, Charles-Street, Uanifl Sharji. B 
Church in Park-Street, Serena Edwards Dwight. C 
Second Univerpulist Church, School-St. Ifosea Ballou. U 
St. Matthew's Chapel, South-Boston. ^ 

New Jerusalem Ch. Boylston-Hall, Thomas JVorcester, , 
St. Augustiu's Chapel, So. Boston, FaulMcQuade. R.G 
Church in Essex Street, James Sabne. C 

Mariners Church, Central wharf, William Jenks. C 

St. I^auPs Church, Common-Street, Satnuel F. Jar- 

vis^ D. D. Rector. E 

Church in South Boston. C 

Third Universalist Chtirch, Elias Smith. IJ 

Church in Buttolph-Street, William Jenka, C 

Chelscat Joseph Tugkerman. • Q 






Churches and Ministers in Essex. 79 



lOinisteis who officiate attlie Public Lecture in Boston, on Thursdays, 
»t tl>e Fust Church iu Chauncey Place, arranged according to seniority. 
Doct. Porter Mr. Pierce Mr. Pierpont Mr. Ware 

Doet. Harris Doct. Channing Mr. Parkman Mr. Walker 

Doct. Richmond Mr. Tuckernjan Mr.Frothingham Mr. Palfrey ' 
Mr. Gray Mr. Lowell 

Ministers who officiate at the Public Lecture on Wednesday erenings at 

E ssex street and Park street Cliurches alternately. 
William Jenks Sereno E. Dwight Win. Cogswell CalvlnHitchcock 

James Sabine Warren Fay Jonas Perkins Sewall Harding 

Reuben Emerson Richard S. Storrs Ebenezer Gay Saral. Greene 
^okii Codraan D, Huntington Benj. B. Wisner 

ESSEX. 
Amesbury Benj. Sawyer C 'l.irnothy Merritt "J Meth- 



Moses Welch C 

Atidover Bailey Loritig C 
Justin Edwards C 

^/•a(//br£/ Jonathan Allen C 
Gardner B. Perry C 

B 
/?ei;er/z/A.bielAbbot,D.D. C 
Humphrey C. Perley C 
David Oliphant C 

Nathl W. Willianis B 
B oxford Isaac Brig^^s C 
Peter Eaton, d. d, C 

Z^aTZK.B.WadsworthjDD.C 
Samuel Walker 



^ssrx Robert Crowell 
Gloucester 
D.iniei Fuller 
Ezra Leonard 
David Jewett 
Thomas Jones 
James A. Bus well 
i/awz7/o«M.Cutler,L l d.C 
Haverhill Joshua Dodge C 
Isaac Tompkins C 

George Keely B 

C 
Ifisw. David T. Kimball C 
Joseph Dana, n.a. C 

^ B 

Lynn Otis Rcckwood C 



Phinehas Peck j odists. 

Ebenezer Nelson, jr. B 

Friends and Methodists. 

E 
Lyrmfield C 

Manchest. S.M.Emerson C 
Mar^/f/ieac^SamuelDana C 
John Bartlett C 

Benjamin B. Smith E 

Isaac Story B 

Methodists 

Methuen J. W. EastmanC 
Charles O. Kimball B 
Mf/(^/c;o«Eben.HubbardC 
Kcivbury L. Withington C 
James Miltimore C 

Elijah Parish, d.d, C 

Friends 

^eivburyfiort John An- 
drews C 
James Morss E 

Luther F. Dimmick C 
C.W.Milton C 

Samuel Porter WilliamsP 
John Giles P 

Hosea Wheeler B 

Went Mwbury Gil. T. 

Williams C 
Elijah Demond C 

/^ow/fz/Willar.HolbrcokC 
Isaac Braman C 



80 Chuvches and Ministers in Middlesex. 



T^owLSim.Chamberlain B 
.Sa/em John Prince, LLD. C 
John Brazer C 

Thomas Carlisle E 

Elias Cornelius C 

Brown Em rsoii C 

James F.int C 

Lucius Bolles B 

William Williims P 

Barzillai Streeter U 



Friehds & B 

St.Mary'sCh. PaulMc ,. 
Quade H C .r 
Salisbury Benj. Sawyer C " 

Jabez True B 

Saug-us C 

To/iajicld Rodney G. 

Dennis C 
WenhamEben.?.Si>evvy C 



MIDDLESEX. 



j^cton Marshall Shed C 
jiJiby EzekitlL.BascomC 
John M. Putnam C 

Bedford Saml. Stearns C 
BiUi-rica H. Cummins, } q 
D.D.Nathani. Whitman \ 
iio rAoroMosephWillardC 
B '■/.^'•/i/o?2johnFoster D. d .C 
BurtingiOH Saml.SewallC 
Cambri. A.Holmes.D.D. C 
Cu//iZ>/i;.Tho. B.Gannett C 
Bda Jacobs B 

Asa E i t.on , Boston ^rccl o rE 
Carlisle Paul Litchfield C 
CV/ar/rsrow/zWarr'nFayC 
Benjamin Titcomb B 

Daniel Fillmore M 

Ch. in G rham-street B 
Edward Turner U 

Waiter Batour B 

James W tlker C 

Cy;f/;/z./c/n/WilkesAllenC 
C 
B 
William Bowen B 

Co«cvr(/Ezr.iRip!ey,D d.C 
Dracut Joseph Merrill C 
Reuben Sears P 

Dumtable C 

B 
£.5wrf(5//ri/JohnB.WightC 
Framingh. Da v. Kellogg C 



Charles Train B 

Gro;o«Dan.Chaplin,D.D.C 

//o///s^onJoseps.WheatonC 
Hohkinton iNathl.Howe C 
E 
Z<?j:in^?on CharlesBriggsC 
Zz«c.CliarlesStearnb,DDC 
Zi7;/<rronEdmundFosttr C 
Maiden Aaron Green C 
Ebenezer Nelson B 

M 
Ml r/6oro* Seth Alden C 
Sylvester F. Bucklin C 
Robert L. Killam U 

Medford D.Osgood, d. D.C 
Natick Martin Moore C 
Nevjton JonathanHomer C 
William Greenough C 
Joseph Grafton B 

AsaEaton,Boston,rec/or E 
fefifierell C 

Reading Eliab Stone ? q 
Cyrus Pierce 5 

Samuel Green C 

iS//^r6wrnfSh.B.Townsei dC. 
Shirley C 

Jacob Wood U 

S. Reading Reuben Em- 
erson C 
Gustavus F. Davis B 

Sionchimi J. H, Stevens C 



Ministers, &c. in Hampshire Plymouth 81 



mCambr i.T\\2idd.¥\ske C 
Benjamin C. (irafton B 
W^sfford Caleb Blake C 
Weston Joseph Fuld C 
Meth odists & B 
Wilmington F Reynolds C 



^tow Jonathan Newell C 
Sudbury Rutus Harlbut C 
TVw/isA wrv Jacob Cogg'ui C 
rown.sfwc/DavidPalmer C 
Tiin^sboro' N LawrenceC 
B 
^yaltham SamueiRipley C Woburn 
3ewall Harding C Adoniram Judsoa 

W^icrr.ConversFrancis C 

HAMPSHIRE. 
dmherst Dnniel A.Clark. C HatfiddJ. Lyman, p. d 
Nathan Perkins, jr. C 
Belcherton Exper.Porter C 
Thomas Marshall B 

Chcsterfidd Isa. Waters C 
Asa Todd B 

B 
Cummhi^ton Jas. Brig^s C 
£. Hampton P.Wili-sionC 
-EM/?e/rf Joshua Cro.sby C 
Qokht-n Joel Wright C 
Grcnby Elijah Gridley C 

Greenwich Jos. Blodget C 
//q:c//fT/Jno,WQodbridge C 

PLYMOUTH. 
jibington G Joseph Torrev, jr. 

Samuel W^. Colburn C 
Daniel Thomas C 

BridgewateriMeGAj>.j).V. 



C 

Middlfidd joia. Nash C 

Isaac 'v^h^ld B 

jMorthamfit. S Williams C 

Noriv-cli 6. Woodb.idgeC 

PetliamW inthrop Bailey C 

v» 

P/ai.'2/?f/Q'MosesHallockC 

Southamp. VinsonGfuld C 

So u'h-Hadtey Joi^lHayts C 

Wa e S.imuel Ware C 

Went- /Va?7//z.EMfchHale C 

Wjl.lia7nsbu'ghHt\. Lord C 

W'6r;/«V»^i.j.L.Pomeroy C 



Richard M. Hodges 
Benjamin Fessenden 
Daniel Huntington 



Carver 

James Persons 
jDMr6urj/JohnAllyn,D.D.C 
Halifax Abel Richmond C 
Hanover Seth Chapin C 
Johi. Butler B 

Calvin Wolcott E 

Hanson George BarstowC 



B 

//w^'-/?amJos.RichardscnC 
Nicholas B. U'hitney C 
C'harles Brooks C 

Hull . B 

A/n^s^ow^phani.WilHsC 
Iscimuel Glover B 

Afar&/i/?e/rflVlavtinParris C 
Thomas Conant B 

Elijah Leonard C 

M 

A/2rf<//edoro'Emers.PaineC 
John Shaw C 

Philip Colby C 

Silas Hall B 

B 



82 Ministers, &c. in Plymouth..., Barnstable. 



M/f/t/Zf-doro'Saml. Nelson B 


Ply mf Hon ElijahDexter C 


Ebenezer B: i.^gs B 


/^oc/if'.v/f rLm.LtBarron C 


Pembroke Murriil Allen C 

F 

P/ymoMMJamesKendall C 


Oliver Cobb C 
B 
Scituate Samuel Daane C : 


C 


Nehemiah Thunuis C 


Willidm T. Torrey C 


J.saua Flagi? U 


Stephen S. Nelson B 


Ware/u D liemmenwa>C 


BRIS 


roL. 


^/</e6oro' John Wilder C 


Morton Pitt Clark C 


C 


Raynham Stephen Hull C 


Jonathan Wilson B 


B 


Uicliard Carrique U 


Relioboth OtisThompsonC ' 


i^^rX/fz/TtiomasAndros C 


Svlve.st-r Round B 


Dartmouth Da.)iel Hix B 

C 

Arnold Bliss B 


Preserved Pearse B 

B 

Seekonk John Pitman B 


Friends 


C i 


Dii^hton Abrah. Gushee C 


Somerset C & B , 


B 


M&F 1 


Enston Luther Sheldon C 


Sivanzey B : 


TiPkham M 


Beujamiri Taylor B 


EuHihum iVl 


Pease B 


Fairhaven Paul Jewett C 


M 


B 


Ph'Up Slade B 


B 


rhomas T. Tucker M 


M 


c 


J^r^f/ow«JohnLawrenci B 

C 

Philip Hathawav B 


Taunton Luth.Hamilton C 

i! 


Friends & B 


Alvan Cobb C 


Mansfield RicU'd. Briggs C 


B 


M 


Daniel Brewer^an^/em.&B 


A.fi r//^^rc/Sylv.HolmesC 


Troy Job Borden B 


Jonaihaii VVhitaker C 


C 


James Barnabv B 


Wellington C 


R C Friends & B 


fVcst^ort 


BARNSIABLF* 


Barnstable* Edmund 


Brexvster JohnSimpkinsC 


Q. Sew all C 


Cha i h a wi*Stet. Ray m ondC 


Enoch Pritt C 


Dennis Joseph Haven C 


J on 11 Peak B 


John Sanford C 


Josiah Sturtevant C 


ii'a^rAamPhilanderShawC 



Ministers, &c. in Dukes....Nant....Worcest. 83 



Eastham M 

haimoutk Friends & M 
Henrv Lincoln \ p 

Whiting S 

\j 

Harwich N. Underwood C 

B 

M 

Marskfice B 

Phineas Fish C 

Orleans Daniel Johnson C 

M 

DUKES. 

C/«V7?zffr^JonathanSmith C 

Kdgartofi J'ts. Thaxter C 

Fi-ederick Baylies C 

Gay Iliad Z. Howooswee C 

NANTUCKET. 
J\antuckcti\hx\QV Morse C JVantucket Friends and 
Seth F. Swift C Methodists 

VVORCESIER. 



Provwccton^?^h\ StoneC 

Methodists 

Samlwich DavidL.Hunn C 

Ezra S. Cioadwi'. C 

Friends & M.-thodists 

Truro Jude Damon C 

M 
W'T^/Mee/TimothyDavis C 

M 
Ya r«ou///Timothy AldenC 

M 



Methodists. 



Ti bury 
William Hubbard 



AnJiburnha, Jno.CushingC 
M'"-thodists 

^^/?o/ Joseph Esterbronk C 
Jjcrre J-\mes Thompson C 
J?erlin R ub Puffer,D.D.C 
B olt 071 Issi-.ic A Aen C 
Bouts ton ^>'ard Cotton C 
Ih'cokf.eld Ellak.Phelps C 
Mic;^)h Stone C 

Joh . Chase B 

Charlton (; 

J. mes Boomer B 

Methodists 

Dana Jacnb Whipple C 
iJoiii^las David Molman C 
Dur^lty Ab el Williams C 
E^/^k Brown B 

ti chhurvji Wm. Eaton C 
Mecr.^dists ,>nd B 

Gardn'-r Jonq. Osgood (.' 
Qr<\fton iKhn Miles C 
Ezra Going B 



Zephaniah Lathe U 

Hardwick W.B. Wesson C 
Ebenezer Burt B 

Mf'thodists 

Harvard George Fisher C 
A!)isha Samson B 

Shakers and U 
Holden Joseph Avery C 
Ihn Walker R 

Hubbirdston Saml. Gay C 
/.a?ira6-7'rN. I'haver, ddC 
Lriccif er John Nelson C 
Frierids 

B 
Elias Megreccory B 

L oynin fifrr Abel Conant C 
jA/ntnburg Da v. I) m' n C 
Mt-ndon Simeon Dogget C' 

C 
Ot's Cooper B 

Milburii J<^seph Grffe C 
Milfovd David Long C 



84 



Ministers^ &c. in Berkshire. 



J\ror t /i bor o' foseph Allen C 

B 

A'.Brook/ieldThos.^neW C 
Oa^Aa;nD;tnl.Tomlinson C 
Ojr/orc?DavidBatchelier C 

U 
Phillifiston C 

Paxton Gaius Conant C 
Pf /cT«Aa.LutherWilson C 
Princeton Saml. Clark C 
A'onzo Phillips P 

Poyalston Eben Perkins C 

B 
jRufland]cf%\?i\i Clark C 
•Wr^w.J.Sumner,D.D > ^ 
E(!w ircl Whipple 3 ^ 
Nicholas Branch B 

Southboro^ Jerobo-ParkerC 
Southbridge Jason Park (! 
George Angel B 

Spencer Joseph Pope ") p 
Stephen Crosbv 3 

Le Favor B 

Sterling Peter Osgood C 



Sturbridge Alran Bond-C 
Zenas L. Leo{jard 



Sutton Edmund Mills 

Samuel Waters 

Job B. Boomer 

7>w/2/e^onC. Wellington C 

Lvither Goddard B 

Uhton B. njamin Wood C 

llxbridge Saml. Judson C 

Friends 

Ward Enoch Pond C 

Isaac Dwinell B 

W'>«ido.ElishaRockwoodC 

B 
Weat-Boylston John 

Board man C 

B 
T'Ti-sr/zMunsonC.GaylordC 
jr«rm2>2s/frCyrusMannC 

U 
m«cA<?nrf.EberL.Clark C 
Wocest. Aretius B. Hull C 
Aaron Bancroft, d. d. C 
Jonathan Going B 



BERKSHIRE. 



Adams Savery 

Meth ©{.lists 

Alhrd 

Beckft Joseph L. Mills 

Cheshire Samuel Bless 



B 
C 

c 

B 
B 

Dalton EbenezJenningsC 
j6^rem,GardnerHayden C 
C 
B 
G. Ba rring. — Griswold E 
Elijah Wheeler C 

John Nichols B 

■Hancock B 

//m.srfa/tfWm. A.Hawley C 
Abraham Jackson B 



Lee Alvan Hyde, d. d. C 

Methodists 

/.enoxSam.Shepard.D, D.C 

B 

Methodists and E 

JLan'sb» Danl. Collins 7 p 
Noah Sheldon > ^ 

E 
Mt. Was hin^ton Methodists 
Neiv-Ashhrd Methodists 
A''env- Marlborough Ja- 
cob Catlin 
Sylvester Piirt 
Otis Jonathan Lee 



C 

c 

M 



Peru Roswell Hawkes C 



Ministers, &c. in Norfolk.. ..Franklin. 86 



Methodists 
Washington 



PittBjield Heman Hum- 
phrey C 
M&B 
/ffc^m.EdwinW.DwightC 
Sandisfield Levi White C 

E 

B 
Jesse Hartwell B 

Savoy C 

5/ie^/f/James Bradford C 
Methodists and B 

Stockbridgi'D&v.D Field C 

B 
Tyrm^hamjcs. W.Dow C 

NORFOLK. 
Bellingham Abial FisherB Milton Samuel Gile 
Brairitree Rich. S.Storrs C 



B 

C 

B 



Methodists 

W. iVoc^dri.NathanShawC 
B 

\A/^aters C 

WilLiainxton Ralph W. 

Gridley C 
Erastus Dotey B 

Methodists 

IFindsor G. Dorrance C 
B 



Jonas Perkins 
Brookline John Pierce 
Canton 



C 

c 



c 
c 
c 

B 

Cohasset Jacr b Flint C 
Dedham Alvan LamsonC 
William Cogswell C 

John White C 

Ebcnezer Burgess C 

E&C 
William Gammell B 

X)o7rA.T.M.Hhrris,D.D. C 
John Codman C 

Edwyr(il Richmond, d.d.C 
Dover Ralph Sanger C 
/^oorAoro'Thos. Williams C 
/^r6i;^4// N.Emmons, D.D.C 
Medfuid Daniel C. San- 
ders, D.Q. C 
William Gammell B 
Mtdvjay Luther Bailey C 
Jacob Ide C 
B 

FRANKLIN. 
Ashjidd Thos. Shepard C Enos Smith B 

E BarnardstonT.YB.o^tT%V. 
H 



Needham 

Thomas Noyes 

Methodists. 

JVb. Eandolfih Samuel 

C. Dillaway B 
Quincy Peter Whitney C 

E 
RandolphQdX . HitchcockC 
David Brigham C 

Warren Bird B 

Rot bury E.Porter, d.d.C 
John Bradford C 

1 homas (iray C 

B 
Hosea Ballou, 2d U 

Sharon . C 

Thrmas Barrett B 

S'oughton Ebenez. Gav C 
Waifi'le George Morey C 
Weymouth JacobNoi ton B 
\^ illiam TyJer C 

Wrentham Elisha Fiske C 

C 
William Williams B 



Ministers) &c. in Hampden* 



86 



Barnardston B 

^MC/4/awf/ Jdsi.Spaulding C 
Charlemont Joseph Field C 
Nathaniel Ric« B 

Colraine P 

Edward Davenport B 
George Witherell B 

CmwayJohn Emerson > ^^ 
Edward Hitchcock J 

B 
Deer field Saml. Willard C 
Benjamin Rice C 

GzY/Josiah W.Cannon C 
Greenfield Chas Jenkins C 
Sylvester VVoodbridge C 
Titus Sti-ong E 

Jiaivley Jonathan Grout C 
Heath xMoses Miller C 
Arad Hall B 

Leyden Asa Hibberd B 
Leverets C 



\} 

Elijah Montague B 

Montague Aaron Gates C 

E 
Ncw-Salem A. Harding C 
Calvin Cruft B 

J^orthfield Thos. Mason C 
Orange Methodists 

G 
JRoive Preserved Smith C 
-SAf/^urwTheo.PackardC 
David Long B 

5/^u<c«6wri/Jos.SmallidgeB 
John Taylor C 

Sunderland Jas. Taylor C 
Wuruiick Pres. Smith,jr. C 

B 
Wendell llervey Wilbur C 
David Goddard B 

Whattly Rufus Wells C 



Blandford 



HAMPDEN. 



C 

E 
JBrimJleld Joseph Vaill C 
Chrstcr B 

Rufus Pomeroy C 

GranviUrTimMCof^^Y C 
Joel Baker C 

Silas Root B 

Holland & South Bnm- 
fittd Enoch Burt C 

B 
Longmeadonv C 

JLiidlow Eben.R. Wright C 
Monson Afred Ely C 
Oliver Bennet B 

Montgomery C 

B 
Palmer C 

RuHsell C 

B 

0:7* Pevw and Rij^hts tn Houses of Publie Worship are deemed in law - 
to be Real Estate, exoe^jt in ttoston, ■where they »ie to be considered a» 



So.BrimJield E. Codding R 
Southivick Calvin Foot C 
5/2n>7^^/?f/rfSam I.Osgood C 

Wm. B. O. Peabocly C 
B 

Edward Rutledge E 

Tolland Koger Harrison C 
Weatfield Isaac Knapp C ' 

rr.fi'^n.Wm.B.Sprague C 
Reuben S. Hazen C 

John Grant B < 

Thomas Rand 1&\ 

Methodists I 

Wilbrah. MosesWarren C I 
Ebenezer Brown C 

A Ivan Bennet B I 

Methodists 



Protestant, Methodist, and R. C. Bishops. 87 

Bishops of the Protestant Efiiacofial Chuich in the 
United States. 

Date of Consecration. Residence. ' 

Feb. 4, 1787. Right Rev. William White, D. D. of Penns^ Philadelphia. 
May 29, 1811. Right Rev. John H. Hobart, D. D. of New-Tork^ New Y, 
May 29, 18 U. Right Rev. AJexander V. Giiswold, D. D. of the Eastern 

Diocess, Bristol, R. I. 
May 18, 1814. Right Rev. Ricliard C. Moore, D.D.of Virg, Richmond. 
Sept. 1, 1814. Right Rev. James Kemp, D. D. of Maryland, Baltimore. 
Nov. 19, 1815. Right Rev. John Croes, D. D. of Ne<o Jei'sey, New Bruns. 
Oct, 8, 1818. Right Rev. Nath. Bowen, D. D. of 5. Carolina,Chatlesion. 
^eb. 11, 1819. Right Rev. Philauder Chase, D. D. ol OAio, Worthington. 
Qci. 22, 1819. Riglit Rev. Thos. C. Biownell, D. D. LL. D. Conn. Haitf. 

M: thodist Bish of is . 
Right Rev. William M'Keudree, Right Rev. Enoch George, and Right 
Bcv. Robert R. Robeit*. 

Roman Catholic Bishops in the United States. 

Most Rev- Ambrose Mareshall, Archbiriiop, - - - Baltimore^ 

Bight Rev. John Cheverus, D. D. Boston. 

night Rev. Joseph B. Flaget, D. D. • - Bardstown, (Kentucky.) 

Bight Re^ John Connelly, D. D. New-rork. 

Right Rev. William Dubourg, - - New Orleans & LouUiania. 

Right Rev. John David, Coadjutor to Bishop Flaget, - Vincennes. 
Right Rev. John England, Charleston, South Caruiina. 

Right Rev. Henry Conwell, Philadelphia. 

Right Rev. JohnKelly, Richmond, Virginia. 

In the British Colonies. 

Right ReV. Joseph O.Plessi8,D.D. C Quebec. 

Right Rev. Claud B. Panet, his Coadjutor, D. D. - - t ' 

Right Rev. Edmund Burke, Bishop of - - Nova Scotia, Halifax. 



The Convemion of the Congregational Ministers in 

the Commonwealth of Massachusetts 
Is a voluntary Association, embracing all the Congrega- 
tional Clergy of the Commonwealth, but vested with no 
particular authority or control over the churches. 

Their meeting is holden in Boston, in the afternoon of 
the last Wednesday in May, or day of Election annual- 
ly ; and the following day at eleven, a. m. after transact- 
ing the usual business of tlie Convention, a sermon is de- 
tiyered io public before them, and a collectiou made for 



88 Convention of Ministers. 

the charitable purpose of relieving the indigent Widows 
of Congreeational Clergymen. 

Difficulties having ofJen arisen in deternjining, what 
widows are the proper objects of the charity of this Conven* 
tion, it was voted, June 1, 1815, — That a standing Com*^ 
mittee of thirty be appointed, five of whom shall be chps*^ 
en centrally ; and the remainder in different })arts of U^e- 
6tate The five shall act as a Mefiortins' Comjriittfft^ 
to receive from the other Members of the Committee ap-' 
plications and statements of facts in behalf of persons* 
who may be subjects of the charity of the Convention,' 
and having considered the same, shall judge of t'je per- 
sons to be relieved, and the proportion to be given to^ 
each, and make report to the Convention, on the first 
day of their meeting, ann«ally. 

Accordingly, when the widow of any Congregational 
Clergyman is considered an object of the charity of th« 
Convention, it is desire-i, that answers to the following 
questions be given by one of the S^tanding Committee, 
by 'he fir St 'if Mu in each year to be communicated 
to the Reporting Committee, that thty may possess the 
documents for making a correct report to the Convention, 

1. What is her aue ? 

2. What are the number, the sex, the ages, and tiie- 
circumetancefs of her children ? 

3. What is a fair estimate of her property ? 

4. What is her ability to help herself •* 

5. "What connexions has she, who are bound to afford 
ker assistance ? And in M'hat way do they assist her? 

6. What is her income ? 

7. What peculiar circumstances render her an object 
of charity ; or make it desirable, that she should have aid 
this year ? 

The Standing Committee are also desired to give notice 
to the Scribe, whenever an alteration takes place in the 
circumstances of the v idows, who are objects of charity. 

Rev. Francis Parkman, of Boston, Treasurer 

Rev John Codman, of Dorchester, Scribe of the Con- 
vention. 

The Convention earnestly recommend to all younj 
gentlemen who design to devote themselves to the work 
of the ministry, to spend that portion of time in the study 
of divinity which learned and judicious advisers shall 
think necessary to qualify them for public teachers. - 



Bible Societies. 8S^' 

The General Jasociation in Mmsachusem, 
THIS body whs organized in June, 1805. In 1814, it 
consisted of Delegates from 12 Associations in Massachu- 
setts Proper. Its members '"admit, as articles gf faith, 
the doctrines of Christianity, as they are generally ex- 
pressed in the Assembly's Shorter Catechism,^' and con- 
sider these doctrines, which have been generally embraced 
by the churches of New-England, as the " bud'< oj their 
union,^^ This body wholly disclaims ecclesiastical power 
or authority over the Churches, or the opinions of mdi- 
viduals. The essential objects, as expressed in their Con- 
ititution, are '■' to premote brotherly intercourse and har- 
mony, and their mutual animation, assistance, and use- 
fulness as ministers of Christ." 

0::^ Annual meetings last Wednesday in June. 



£itl(i Society of MassadnisHts. instiiuted July 1809. 

Presidau^ His Honor VViiliam Phillips. 

Vice-Fre&ident, Kev. John T. Kirkland, d.d.ll.u. 

Corresfionding- Secretary, Kev. Fiancis i'arkman. 

Recording- Secretary, Rev. John Pierce. 

Trea&urcr, Mr. John Pappan. 

Irusteeny Kev. James Freeman, d.d. Rev.bUphalet 
Porter, d. d. Rev. Abiel Holmes, d. d. R^v. ThomaB 
Baldwin, d.d. Kev. Charles Lowell, Josiah Sahsbury, 
Esq. Joseph Hurd.Esq. Samuel Parknian, Esq. JosepU 
May, Esq. Heiny Hill, Esq. Hen. Isa.c Parker, Hon. 
Peter C. Brocks, Dear, jchn Sin.pkiiis, Hon. Thomas 
Dawes, Esq. Samuel H. WalUy, Esq. IS. P. Russell, 
Esq. Rev. VVm. Jerks, Saml. May, Jona. innllips,Esq. 

Executive Ccnimutee, to whom applications are lo 
be iTiade tor hibits, Rev. Benjamin B. Wisner, Kev. 
Henry Ware,jr Edward Tucterman, Esq. 

Ani.ual meeting, 2d Thursday afier (7eneral Elec- 
tign, when a sermcn is prearhed at 11 a. m. and a col» 
kction made to aid the objects of the Society. 

Bible Society of Maine. Instituted in 1809. 
President, Rev. William Allen, d.d. 
Vice-Fresidenty Rev. Elijah Kellogg. 
Recording Secrctaiy, VVoodbuiy Storer, jun.Esq, 
Corresponding Secretary, Rev. Edward Payson» 
treasurer, Hon. Samuvl Frcemaii. 
H 3 



90 Bible Societies. 

Auxiliary Bibh Society in Worcester County, 
Organized September 7, 1815. 
Officers annually elected on the 2d Thursday in Sept. 
President^ Hon. Joseph Allen 
Vice-President^ Rev. Aaron Bancroft, d.d. 
Secretary ^ Rev. Joseph Allen. 
Treasurer, William Jennison. Esq. 

Merrimack Bible Society^ ATewburyfiort* 
Incorporated 1810. 
President^ Rev. John Andrews. 
Vice-President^ Daniel Dana, d.d. 
Corres/ionding-Secretary, t<!ev. James Morss. 
Recording Secretary^ S. H. Currier. 
Treasurer J Richard Pike, Esq. 
Salem Bible Translation and Foreign Mission Society ^ 
Instituted 1812. 
President^ Rev. Lucius Bolles. 

r;vo /J^.oirf^^f^ 5 l^^v. Jeremiah Chaplin, 
Vice-Presidents, ^ ^^^ ^ ^y Williams. 

Treasurer, Mr, Ebenezer Seccomb. 

Recording Secretary^ Mr. Michael Shepard. 

Corresponding Secretary, Mr. John Moriarty. 

Bible Society of Salem and Vicinity. 

Incorporated Feb. 26, 1811, 

President, Hon. Benjamin Pickman, Esq. 

Franklin Bible Society* 
President, Rev. Theophilus Packard. 
Vice-President, Elisha Billings, Esq. 
Treasurer, Jerome Ripiey, Estj. 
Secretary, George Greni.ell, jr. Esq, 

Hamfishire Auxiliary Bible Societf/, 
President, Rev. Nathan Perkins. 
Vice-President, Hon. Joseph Lyman, 
Secretary, Isaac C. Bates, Esq. 
Treasurer, Ebenezer Hunt, Esq. 
Marine Bible Society for the District of Salem aud 
Beverly. ' instituted Sept. 1820. 
President, William R. Lee, Esq. 
Vice-President, De^. James Brown. 
Treasurer, Joseph Howard. 
Corres/ionding-Sec^ry, Rev. Abiel Abbot, o.d, 
Recording-Sec' ry^ Rev. Thomas Carlile. 



Missionary Societies. 91 

Nantucket Marine Bible Society. 

President, Hon. Josiah Hussey. 

Treasurer, William Coffin, Esq. 

Corresfiondin!^ Secretary, Rev Seth F. Swift. 

Recording Secretary, William Hill. 

Rhode'Island Bible Society. 

President^ Hjd. William Jones. - 

Vice-Presidents, Alexander V. Griswold, d. d. Rev- 
Wm. Patten, dd. Freeborn Sisson, William Reynolds, 
James Helme, Esqrs. 

Treasurer, Obadiah Brown, Esq. 

Secretary, Thomas Burgess, Esq. 
Society for firopagating the Gospel among the Indiana 
and others in North America. Incor. Nov. 16, 1797, 
Yearly choice of Officers day after General Election, 

President, His Honor William Phillips. 

Vice-President, Eliphalet Porter, d.d. 

Secretary, Abie! Holmes, d o. 

Assistant Secretary, Rev. William E.Chanmng,D.D. 

Treasurer, Samuel H. Walley, Esq. 

Vice-Treasurer^ Josiah Salisbury, Esq. 

American Board of Commissi oners for Foreign Missions 
Incorporated Feb. 1812. 

President, Hon. John Treadwell, ll. d. 

Vice- President, Rev Joseph Lynran, d.d, 

Corr.'sfionding Secretary, Jeremiah Evarts, Esq. 

Recording Secretary, Rev. Calvin Chapin, d.d. 

Treasurer, Jeremiah Evarts, Esq. 

Auditor, Ashur Adams. 

Prudential Committee, Hon. William Reed, Jeremiah 
Evans, Esq. Leonard Woods, D d. Samuel Hubbard, 
Esq. Rev. Warren Fay. 
Board of Commissioners of the Society in Scotland for 

firomoiing Christian Knowledge. Formed 1787. 

President, His Honor William Phillips. 

Vice-President, Eliphalet Porter, d. d. 

Treasurer, James VV«^nte, Esq. 

Secretary, Rev. John Codman. 

Assistant Secretary, John Pierce. 
Evangelical Missionary Society in Massachusetts. 

President, Hon. Chief Justice Parker, ll. d. 

Vice^ President i Rev. Ezra Ripley, d.d. 



52 Missionary Societies. 

Secretary^ Rev. Francis Parkman. 

Treasurer^ Benjamin Guild, Esq. 

Tnustees^ Rev. Aaron Bancroft, d. d. Dea.Cooliclge, 
Rev. John Foster, d- d. S Higginson, Esq. Rev. Dr. 
Thayer, Ichabod I'ucker, Esq. Rev. Ch.u'les Lowell, ^ 
Alden Bradtord, Esq Rev. James Kendull, Rev. Sam- 
uel Ripley, Samuel rarkman, Esq. Professor Ticknor. 

Massachusetts Efiiscofial Missionary Society & Trua-^ 

teen of (he Massac/iusetta EfiiscofmL Prayer Book 
and Tract Society. 

President^ Rev. Asa Enton. 

Vice-President^ Rev. Srimuel F. Jarvis, d. d. 

Treasurer^ Robert P. Williams, 

Eecording Sec^ry, James C. Merrill, Esq. 

Corresponding Sec*ry, Benjamin Howard. 
Merrimack Mission & Translation Society ^ A'^cwbuin/fu 

President^ Thomas M. Clark, Esq. 

Vice- President, John Pearson. Esq. 

Secretary^ Samuel Tenney, Esq. 
Massach. Society for Promoting' Cfiristian Knowledge, 

Instituted Sept.'l803, Incorporated Feb. 20, 180r. 
Yearly choice of Officers in May. 

Preside7it^ 

Vice-President^ Abiel Holmes, d.d. 

Treasurer, James P. Chaplin, m. d. 

Clerk, WiHiam Hilliard. 

Secretary, Dr. Samuel Stearns. 

Librarian, Samuel T. Avfii strong. 
Society for firomoting Christian Knoivled^e^ Piety aivi 
Chanty. Established May 29, 1805. 
Annual meeting the day before General Election. 

President, Eliphalet Porter, d. d. 

Vice-Prenidcnt, Samuel Parkman, Esq. 

Secretary, Rev. Henry Codman. 

Treasurer, Elisha Clap, a. m. 

Boston Baptist Foreign Mission Society, 
Instituted, 1813. 
President^ Thomas Baldwin, d. d. 
Vice President^ Rev. Joseph Cirafton. 
JRecording Secretary, Ensign Lincoln. 
Corresti6nding Secretary, Rev. Daaiel Sharp, 
Treasurer ^ James Lorine;, 



Education Societies* $3 

Foreign Mission Society of Boston and vicinity. 

President, His Honour Wiiliam Phillips. 

Vice- President, Rev. Wiliir^m Jenks, 

Treasurer, Jeremiah Evarts, Esq. 
Bafiiist Missioyiary Society of Massachusetts, 
Instituted May 26, 1802. Incorpnr.wted Feb. 28, ISOSr 

Yearly choice ot Officers, last Wednesday in May. 

President^ Thomas Baldwin, d. d. 

Vice- President y Rev. Joseph Grafton. 

Secretary^ Rev. Drtniel Sharp. 
' Treasurer y Mr. Ensign Lincoln. 

Massachusetts Missionary Society. 

Instituted May 28, 1799. Incorporated Feb. 9, 1808. 

Yearly choice of Officers, last Tuesday in May. 

President y 

Secretary y Rev, Samuel Walker. 

Treasurer, Jeremiah Evarts, Esq, 

Trustees, The President and Secretary, ex offico^ 
Elijah Parish, d. d. Henry Gray, Esq Deacon j^aac 
Warren, Jeremiah Evarts, Esq. Rev. Otis Thompson, 
Rev. Samuel Walker, Rev. Brown Emerson, Rev, 
Warren Fay, Rev. R. S. Storrs, Rev. Justin Edwards^ 
JVbrfolk Missionary Society. 

President^ Rev. J(jseph Grafton. 

Vice-Prefiidtnty Rev. William Gammell 

Cor resfionding- Secretary, Rev. Charles Train 

Pecor ding- Secretary, Rev, Bela Jacobs, 

Treasurer, Mr. Benjamin Colburn 
Auxiliary Education Society of Young Men of Boston^ 

President, Rev. Samuel F. Jarvis, d. d. 

Treasurer, Daniel Noyes , 

Secretary, Ralph Webster. 

Massachusetts Baptist Education Society, 
Instituted Sept. 22, 1814. 
Chairman, Thomas BaldAvin, d. d. 
Secretary, Rev. Nathaniel W. W iUiams, 
Treasurer Mr. Ensign Lincoln. 
Bafitist Education Society of the Warren Association, 
Instituted September 11, 1816. Annual Meeting Tues- 
day after first Wednesday in September. 
Secretary, Rev. David Benedict, a. m. Pawtucket* 
Treasurer, N, W. Waterman, Providence. 



94 Post -Offices and Post-Masters. 

Berkshire jluxHiary Education Society. 
Prestdenty Rev. Zephani^h Swift Mocie, u. d. 
Vice-Preaidmty Joseph Wordbri! /c,e, Esq. 
Secretary^ Rev. Hetnan Humphrey. 
Treasurer^ James W. R bbi>.s, Esq. 

Evangelical Tract Socvty. Instituted May, 1812, 
Freddent^ Thomas Saidwin, d. d. 
Secretary, Ensign Lincoln. 
Trcamrer^ Heman Lincoln. 

Massachusettfi Peace Socitiy» 
PreMdent^ His Hntior William Phillips. 
Vice- Preftidenty H.-n. Thomas D.<wes. 
TrtuHurery Joshua P. Bianchard. 
JRtcording Srcrerary, Rev. F. M. Harris, r>. d. 
Corresfiond'-ng Sec*yy Rev. No<th Worcester, d. i>. 

Peace Society of Maine, 
President, H( n. Samuel FrecitiKn. 
Vice- President;, M.stthtw Obb, Esq. 
Treasurer^ Stephen Loi;gtell(.'v, j . Esq. 
Corres/iondmg Secretary, Simon (irrenleaf, Esq. 
Recording Sec'etxry. Ch rles .>. Davis, Esq. 

Rhode- Island Peace Society. 
P resident y William Jones, Esq. 
Fice- ^^esidents, Thorr..)s Buffum, Esq. Rev. Pre^- 
deot Messer, William D'Woit, Esq. 

Corresfionding Secrrary^ Rev. Birnab^is Bates. 
Recording Secretary, George Benson, Esq. 
Treasurer^ Obadirfh Brown, Esq. 



POST-OFFICES in Massachusetts ant/ Maine, j 

ivifJi the Post-Maatem* /Vames. 
jibingtoUy Elihu Hobart Amherst., Rufas Kell gg 
Jlctony ylndover^ Isaac Abbot 

Adams^ William P. Briggs An< on, m James C( Inns 
Albany, Asa Cummings Anhdurnham, Ives Sewf^lt^ 
Alfred, M* Jere. Go')(\win As-hbu^ Aiex. T. WtU. rdr 
AhiQyM Josiah Stebbi.^s A-hJeldy LeviCjokl 

Amesbury, 3 oxi2ith. Morrill Atisomt^ RobertStrobridge 
* u signi^e8 Maine. At hoi, Joseph Proctors 



Post-Offices and Post-Masters, 



95 



Jttleboro\ Israel H;:tch 
jiugu,^ta^ M Robt. C. Vise 
BaidnviTiy M Richard Frch 
Bangor^ M Roy:^l Ciark 
Barnard.HtonS^Vxil'nKs ^her 
^arn«ra6/f,Matthew CoW:) 
West /?ar«s.Sami. B ssett 
Barre^ Ezra Biker 

Bathy M David Slinson 
Beckett As;^ Baird 

BeUhtrtoriy Henry iMellen 
BeifuHt, M Benj. Wrntti. r 
Bethel^ Mnses Mason, jr. 
Beveriu, Jonn Burley 

BUlerica^Jon2iX\rdi\ Boweis 
Bland^o rrf, Orrin b age 
Blonmfidd. M loseph Lock 
Blut'hiliy M Apdr.Witham 
BoUoyi, Amos Pp.rker 
Bootlibay^ m Edm. Wilson 
Boston, Aaron Hit! 

Bo'ivdGin,i>i Most sStarbird 
Bonvdoinh. m. S. Gardiner 
Boxford, P M-ker Spafrord 
Bradford, Wm.Greenough 
Brcuitr, M Ch .ries Rice 
Brewster^ Jos^p'i Samson 
Bridgton, m N'Uhl. He we 
Bridgt^ivatt'r,'6.LMkcht:\l 
(S parish.) Mitchell Keith 
(W, do. )Geo.VV. Per kins 
Brighton,iiod\\ VVorce: ter 
Brimfeld, bteph. Pynchon 
Bristol, M Aaron Blaney 
Brookfeld, Abrah.Skinner 
Broiv7}Jie!dy m Jes. Howard 
BruTh'-ivick.uioAi'm Stone 
Buck/icldy M B. Spaulding' 
Bucklaiid Geo. Mayhew 
Bnckshort, m Henry Little 
Burlington, John Wr-lker 
Buxton, M Samu 1 Cutts 
Calais, M Ger.-t^e Downes 
Cambridge ^ Joseph S.Read 



Camden, u Benj. Cusliing 
Canaan, m IsoiX Adams 
Cantcn, Siia K i sley 

Carm- 1^ M Isiael Joinson 
Curi'cr, Jcvinc-s Ellis 

Castine, M Ber.j Huufe 

C/i'^r/.'my«/ Ansi)nMa> hew 
Charlestoivn, John Kettell 
CViurZ 071, VVm. P. Rider 
Chatham^ Ezra C^ owell 
ChcUmford, Joti Adams 
Cherry jii id, Josejili^ Adams 
Che shire, i^ohm K.'''V oiojtt 
C'Ac^.';irer,S Ivesarbnuncns 
C'/j^*/-cr/"Pi..iic.PHrso:is,jr. 
Chfstervilie,M J. B. Lowell 
C/jzwu, M jaj).C. Washburn 
Clinion, m Gerahon, F^agg 
Cokaasf-t, Joel V\ iicut 

Colrainc, S. Co-^lvlge 

Coln7nbia, m Tho. Ruggles 
Concord, John Keye« 

Con^vay, Christo. Artnes 
Corinth, m Isawc Hodsv^on 
Danville^ u Moses Rowe 
Dulton,.). Chamberlain jr. 
Dartmouth, Abr. Tucker 
L>c.r/Ar/w,Jer.Shuctle\vorth 
Detrfeld,, Seth Niras 

(So. parish) Russell Cooley 
Denmark, m Ellas Perry 
Denny svUle^ M Wm. Kilby 
Dennis, Nathan Stone, jr. 
Di'Xter, M Is:^ac Farrar 
Dighton^ John Hathaway 
Dixmont, M Benj.Butmaa 
Doiig/a , Paul Dudley 
Doughty* 8 Falls, N.Hobbs 
Dracut^ John Blanchard 
Dresden, m 'I'hos. Johnson 

A/?//*, Da='iel Cote 

Dudlty, Amasa Nichols 
Duxhuryy Thos. Windsor 
Easthaii}^ Joseph Maya 



96 



Post-Officcs ^nd Post-Masters. 



Easton^ Daniel Wheaton 
(da turnpike) Israel Alger 
EaBtfiOTt^ M John Burgin 
RoBC Mcdnvay^ N.JoiiesJr. 
East iSu£/6?vrv,Nat,Reeves 
ii;rf(/i/z^row,M"John Whiting 
Edgarton^ Timo CofRnJr 
Edgecopiby^ Step. Persons 
Elltworth, M Alt. Langdon 
Esscxy John Choate. jr. 
Fairfax,n Joel Wellington 
EairfieldymK] mr.La wn:nce 
Falmouth^ Richard Wood 
J^r.Fcdmouth, Ebenez. Nye 
F'ally''s roarfs, Jes.Farnham 
F'arming-tonyM. T'> Johnson 
Fayette., m Solo. B;ites, jr. 
Feeding Hills^ Alt.Flowers 
Fitchburg^ Calvin Willard 
Foxbcro\ Noah Hobart 
,Framingh, Jonat.Maj'nard 
Frankfort^ M Archi. Jones 
Frankliny Eli Richardson 
Jhreedom, m John Coining* 
Freifiortyyi Saml.HclhroLk 
Freetoivn, Abrab.Braley 
Fryeburg^ m Judah Dana 
Gardiner, m Seth ''xay 
Garland, m Wm. Godin 
Gloucester, Isc^ac Elwell 
Gold,-boro\ m Thas. Hill 
Gorlw.m,-^! Alex.M^Lellan 
Goshen^ John Williams 
Grafton, l^^illiam Lamb 
Granville, Oliver Parsons 
Gray, VI Joseph M'Lellan 
G. Iiari^ngion,M. H'^pk'ms 
Greene, m Lnt+ie.- Robbins 
Gren: field, Awbrosc Ames 
Grreiiivicht Anjos Howe 
Groton, James Lewis 

Hadlcy,^ Iij-astns Smith 
Halifax^ (). Lyon 

HaUcwell.'^x Josh. Wingate 



— cross roads, J. Robinsoti | 
Hamilton, Israel Brown 
Harnfid. m Martin Kinsley 
Hancock, Joshua Lapham 
-^awcoc^.ThomasCranstoa 
Hanover^ Robert Eets 
Hanaon,, Nathl. CoUamore 
Hardwick^S:im\, F.Cuiier 
Hartfcfrd,yi. Arvi. Haytord 
-Wanyarrf,Ebenezer Bridge 
Harwich^ EbenezerBrooks 
Hatjldd, Daniel White 
Haverhill, Nathan Bun-ill 
Haivley, Joshua I^ngley 
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]<00 Massachusetts Militia. 

MASSACHUSETTS MILITIA. 

[Revised by the Adjutant-General, October, 1821.] 

His Excellency, JOHN BROOKS. 

COMMANDER IN CHISF. 

Aids-de'Camji. 
Saml. Swett, Benj. T. Pickman, and Theodore Lyman, 
jr. of Boston. Rank of Lieutenant-Colonels. 

Adjutant -GeneraU and acting Quarter- Master-Gen- 

erait William H. Sumner, of Boston. 

Rank of Brigadier-General. 

Quarter- Master 'General^ Amasa Davis, of Boston, 
Rank of Brigadier-General. 

[The Adjutant and Acting Quarter-Master-GeneraP* 
Office, is kept in the North- West corner of the State- 
House, and is open from 9 A. M. to 1 P. M. and from 3 
to 6 P. M, excepting Saturday afternoons.] 



DIVISIOJ^, AND DIVISIONARY STAFF 

OFFICERS. 

FIRST DIVISION — Suffolk and Norfolk. 

Major-Ge7ieral, Elijah Crane, of Canton. 

Aids-de-Cam/i, Minot Thayer, of Braintree, James- 

Talbot, cf Dedham. 
Division- Ins fiector. 

Division Quarter- Master^ George Bass, of Boston. 
Judge-Advocate^ FraakUn Dexter, of do. 

SECOND DIVISION.— ijl^sex. 
Major-General^ Benjamin Stickney, of Newbury. 
Aia-de- Cam/i, John Stickney, of Newbury . ^ 

Division- Insfiec tor ^ John Rollins, of Newbury. 
Division Quarter- Master ^ 
Judge- Advocate ^ Theodore Eames, of Salem. 
THIRD DIVISION.— Mrfc//esfx, 
Major-General^ 
Aids-de-Camfiy 

Division-Im/iectorf Sampson Woods, of Groton. 
Division Quarter- Master, S.\muelSwan, of Medford, 
Judge-Advocate, John Keyes, of Concord. 



Massachusetts Militia. 101 

FOURTH DIVISION. 

Hamftshirey Hamfiden^ and Franklm. 
^Sajor-Gtveral, Alanson Knox, of Blandford. 
/iids-de- Camji, Ca.\eb Rice, of West Springfield, and 

John B. Cooley, of Brimfield. 
Division- Insfiector^ George Bliss, jr. of Monson. 
Division Quar. Master^ Jas. S. Dwight, jr. Springfield. 
Tud^e- Advocate y Daniel Wells, of Greenfield, 

FIFTH DIVISION. 

Bristol, Plymouth^ Barnstable^ Isfc. 
Major-General, Benjamin Lincoln, of New- Bed ford. 
Aida-de- Camp, Timothy G. Coffin, of do. and Thom- 
as Hedge, of Plymouth. 
Division-Ins/iector, John M. Goodwin, of Bridgewater. 
Oividon Quarter- Master, Gushing Mitchell, do. 
Judge- Ad.vocatc, Nathaniel M.Davis, of Plymouth. 

SIXTH TAW^IO'^.— Worcester. 
Major-General, Sakm Town, jr. of Charlton. 
Aids-de-Camfi, Jonas L. Sibley, of Sutton, and Simeon 

Burt, of Worcester. 
DivisioJi-Insfiector, 

Oivisio?i Quarter- Master, Jerome Gardner, Harvard. 
Judge- Advocate^ John Davis, of Worcester. 

SEVENTH T>\\lSlO^,— Berkshire. 

Mojor-Gaieral, Jolm Whiting, of Great-Barrington. 
dids-de- Camp, Thos. Hopkins.& James L. Bacon, of do. 
Division- Inspector, Robert F. Barnard, of Sheffield. 
Division Quarter- Master, Thos. A. Gold, of Pittsfield. 
Judge-Advocate, Charles A. Dewey, of Williamstown. 



BRIGADE AAD STAFF OFFICERS. 

FIRST DIVISION. 

(BrlgadierGen. Henry A.S.Dearborp,of Roxbury. 
1st. V\id-dc-Camp, John B Davis, of Boston. 
Brig. "S Brigade-Major, Alexander H. Gibbs.of Roxbury. 

CBrig. Quarter-Master, Henry B. Smith, Milton. 

r Brigadier-General, Nathl. (iuild, cf Dedham. 
2d. ^ Aid-de-Camp, John Morse, jun. of do. 
Brig/JBrigacle-Majcr, Fieemai Fisher, of do. 

CBrig. Quar. Master, Alfred Allen, of Walpole. 
1% 



109 Field Officers of Infantry. 

r Brigadier-General, William Sullivan, of Boston. 
Sd. ^ Aid-de-Camp, William H. Eliot, of do. 
Brig. ^Brigade-Major, Stephen Fairbanks, of do. 

( Brigade-Quarter- Master, Benja. Winslow.do, 

SECOND DIVISION. 

Brigadier-General, James Appleton, Gloucester. 
I Aid-de-Camp, Francis Peabody, Salem. 
I Brigade-Major, John Smith, jr. Gloucester. 
^ Bt igadier-Quarter-M rister,Benjamin Day.Salem. 
C Brigadier-Geaeral, Solomon Low, Boxford. 
,. 1 Aid-de-Camp, Edward W. Bradlee, Haverhill, 
Brig, j Brigade M^^jor, John Scott, Newburyport. 

( Brig, Quarter-Master, Josiah L. Low, Andover, 

THIRD DIVISION. 

(Brigadier-General, Nathl. Austin, Charlestown. 
1st. ^ Aid-de-Camp, Samuel Etheridge, da 
Brig. ) Brie:ade- Major, Samuel Jacques, jr. do. 
C Brigade- Quarter- Master, Elias Phinney, do. 
r Brig. General, Micah M. Ruiter, East Sudbury. 
. y\id-de-~ - - - 




2d. V\id-de- Camp, Charles Heard, of do. 
Brig, y Brigade- Major, Joseph Butterfield, Tynejsooro. 
V, Brigade-Quarter- Master, S. A. Coburn, Dracut. 



FOURTH DIVISION. 



(Brigadier-General, David Mack, jr. Middlefield* 



1st. ) A»d-de-Camp, Thomas Shelden, Westfield. 
Brig. "5 Brigade-Major, Elisha Edwards, Springfield. 

(Brig. Quar. Master, Robert Day,W.Sprnigfield. 

(Brigadier-General, Asa Howland, Conway. 
2d. ^ Aid-de-Camp, 
Bi'ig.^ Brigade- Major, Thomas Gilbert, Greenfield. 

C Brig. Qr, Master, Alanson Clark, do. 

FIFTH DIVISION. 

Brigadier-Gen. Abiel Washburn, Middleboro*. 
Aid-de-Camp, William K P. Washburn, do. 
Brigade- Maj^T, Nathaniel Wilder, jr. da 
Brig. Quar. Master, Thos. Hobart, Pembroke. 
Brigadier-General, Shephard Leach, Easton. 
\i(l-de-Camp, 

Brigade-Maj.T, David G. W. Cobb, Taunton, 
Brigade-Quarter-Master, Samuel C. Fales, dom 




Field Officer? of Infantry. 103 

(Brigadier-General Jeremiah Mayo, Brewster. 
3d. ^ Aid-de-Camp, Jonathan Freeman, do. 
Brig, y Brigade- Major, Joseph Samson, do. 

C Brigade-Quarter-Master, Freeman Foster, do. 

SIXTH DIVISION. 

( Brigadier-Gen. William Crawford, Oakham, 
jst. 1 Aid-de-Camp, Charles Allen, New-Braintree^ 
Brig, j Brigade-Major, Nathan Heard, jr. Worcester. 

( Brig. Quarter Master, Skelton Fulton, Oakham. 

I Brigadier-General, Ivers Jewett, Ashburnham. 
2d. } Aid-de-Camp, Simeon Sanderson, Westminster. 
Brig. ^ Brig.Maj. Ephraim M.Cunningham, Lunenburg. 

( Brig. Quar. Master, Henry Kendall, Leominster, 

SEVENTH DIVISION. 

r Brigadier-Gen. Eben. Hyde, New-Marlboro*. 
1st. } Aid-de-Camp, Robert R. Root, Sheffield. 
Brig, j Brig-i de-Major, Thomas Twining, Sandisfield. 

( Brig.Quar.Master, Amos King, New-Marlboro*. 

I Brigadier-Gen. Jeremiah Colegrove, jr. Adams. 
2d. ) Aid-de-Camp, George Sexton, do. 

Brig. ^ Brigade-Major, Calvin Hubbell,jr. Lanesboro'. 

( Brig. Quar. Master, Henry Taylor, Pittsfield. 



FIELD OFFICERS A\''D ADJUTJLNTH OF 
THE IjYFAjYTRY. 

FIRST DIVISION. 

FIRST BRIGADE. 

C Colonel, Stillman Lincoln, Dorchester. 
1st. 1 Lieut. Colonel, Api)olos Clap, do. 
Ke«;. \ M ijor, Nathan C. Martin, do. 

( A'ijutant, Walter Baker, do. 

i Colonel, Wa^nington Cushing, Hingham. 
2J. ^ Lieut. Colonel, Newcomb Bates, Cohasset. 
Reg. \ >1 tjor, Levi Bates, Weymouth. 

( AJjutint, Ned Cushinir, Hingham. 

i C(>lop.el, Moses Wliitnev, Milton. 
Sd. 1 Lieut. Col-niel, Royal Turner, Randolph. 
Reg. ) Major, Natuaniel Ford, Milton. 

V Adjutant, Jonathan Wilds, Randolph.- 



104 Field Officers of Infantry. 

SECOND BRIGADE. 

( Colonel, Josiah S. Fisher, Dedham. 
Ist. ) Lieut. ColoneU Theodore Gay, 2d, Dedham. 
Reg. j Major, Eliphalet F. Mason, do. 

( Adjutant, Moses Gragg, do. 

I Colonel, John Gay, ^toughton. 
2d. 1 liieut. Colonel, Anthony Olney, Canton, 
Keg. j Major, 

( Adjutant, James Bent, Canton. 

I Coionel, Lowell Bullen, Medway, 
3d. 1 Lieut. Colonel, Amos Hill, Bellingham. 
Reg. j Major, Samuel Smith, Wrentham. 

( Adjutant, Sewall Sanford, Med way, 

THIRD BRIGADE. 

( Colonel, Thaddeus Page, Boston. 

1st. } L eut. Colonel, Caleb Hartshorn, do. 
Keg. KMajnr, Lewis Lerow, do. 

( Adjutant, Samuel Clark, do. 

r Colonel, Benjamin Loring, Boston. 

2d. 1 Lieut. Colonel, Michael Koulstone, do. 
Keg, j Major, Daniel L. Gibbens, do. 

( Adjuiant, Willinm W. Clapp, do. 

( Coionel, Samuel H. Parker, Boston. 

3d. ) Lieut. Colonel, Benjamin Huntington, do. 
Keg. j Major, Joseph Jenkins, do. 

( Adjutant, Alfred Curtis, do» 

SECOND DIVISION. 

FIRST BRIGADE. 

r Colonel, Horatio Perry, Salem. 

1st. J Lieut. Colonel, Joshua Chase, do. 
Reg. ^ Major, Lewis Allen, do. 

( Adjutant, John Derby, 5th. do. 

r C( ionel, Isaac Dennison, Gloucester. 
2d. ^ Lieut. Colonel, Elijah Haskell, do. 
Keg. ^ Major, William Poole, do. 

C Adjutant, Daniel Rogers, jr. do. 

^Colonel, Amos Sheldon, Beverly, 

3d. ^ Lieut. Colonel, Daniel Proctor, jr. do. 
Reg. J Major, Samuel Goldsmith, Manchester. 

C Adjutant, Israel Sheldon, Beverley. 

r Colonel, Riibert Robertson, L' nn. 
4th. ^ Lieut. Colonel, Josiah Newhall, Lynnfield, 
Keg. ^ Major, Ebenezer Neal, Lynn. 

^Adjutant, Daniel Townsing, do. 



Field Officers of Infantry. 1(^5 

f Colonel Nathaniel Felton, Danvers. 
5th. J Lieut. Colonel, Caleb Low, do. 
Reg. ^Mijor, Amos Batchelder, Middleton. 

( Adjutant, Rbhard Osborn, jr. Danvers. 

SECOND BRIGADE. 

(Colonel, Josiah Tstcomb, Newbury, 

I Lieut. Colonel, B njamin I. Tenney, da 
I Major, Sarfiuel Tenney, jr. do. 

Adjutant, Gibbins Adams, do. 

Colonel, William Andiew«% Ipswich. 

I Lieut, Colonel, Nathaniel Hanes, do. 
Major, Paul Dole, jr. RowIjv. 
Adjutant, Charles Kimbali, Ipswich. 
Colonej, Jeremiah Mitchell, Br idford. 
Lieut. Colonel, Benjamin Abbott, Andovw^ 
Major, Eldad Worcester, do. 

Adjutant, William B;own, Bradford, 
r Colonel, Aaron Morrill, jr. Salisbury. 
4th. J Lieut, Colonel, Dudley Ev^ns, do. 
Reg. J Major, Joseph Morse, jr. da 

C Adjutant. Patten Sargent, Amesbury. 
C Colonel, David Clements, HaverhilL 
5th. 3 Lieut. Colonel, James H. Duncan, do. 
Reg. j Major, Benj -min Osgt.od, Methuen. 
( Adjutant, Jesse Clement, Haverhill. 

BTTALION OF INFANTRY. 

Bat. C Lieut.Colonel, AbrahamWilliams.Newburyport. 
Infa. (.Major, Jonathan Wood, do. 

THIRD DIVISION. 

FIRST BRIGADE. 

C Colonel, John rnrbell, Cambridge. 
I Lieut. Colonel, Lusher Gay, do. 

Major, Eliab W. Metcalf, do. 

Adjutant, Charles Everett, Cambridge. 

Colonel by John Wade, Wobum. 

Lieut. Colonel, William Winn, Burlington; 

MajiT, Leonard I'hompson, Woburn. 

Adjut-nt, Wym-in Richardson, do. 

Colonel, Isaac Hurd, jr. Concord. 
> Lieut. Colonel, Daniel Shattuck, do. 
I Major, John P. Meriani, Lexington. 
.Adjutant, Samuel Burr, Concord. 



C Adjutant, Ebenezc r Ma 

r Colonel, William Ferna 

Slh, ^ Lieut. Colonel, Nehemia 

Keg. J Major, Joseph S. Portei 

C Adjutant, Joseph W, N 



loS Field Officers of Infantry. 

r Colonel, Asa Whiting, Holiiston. 
4th. ) Lieut. Colonel, John Bigelcw, Sherburne. 
Reg/5^1<j'r, Samuel Murdock, Framingham. 
Adjutant, Ebenezcr Mann, Sherburne. 
William FernaLl, Charlestown. 
i^emiah VVyman.jt-. do. 
ter, do. 

Newell, do. 

SECOND BRIGADE. 

"Colonel, Art'^mas Conant, Stow. 
) Lieut Co one', VViliian) B;k)wm, East-Sudbury. 
|M j(r, Drujy Fairbaiiks, Sulbury. 
.Ailjutant, Abriham Gates, Marlborough. 

Colonel, Abt'l Tarbeli, Groton. 
I Lieut. Colnnv-1, Siimuel Wright, jr. Westtbrd. 
► Maj^r, William Huitiick, PcpperelU 
.Ar)jntant, William A. Bancrott, Townsend. 

( olonel, Joseph Bower?, Chelmsford. 

Lieut. CoJonel, Jo^u Baldwin, Bilierica. 

Major, Luke Thompson, Chelmsford. 

Adjulftnt, Charles Blood, Dracut. 

FOURTH DIVISION. 

FIRST BRIGADE. 

/"Colonel, John Bliss, Spnnglield. 
1st. N Lieut. Colonel, Harvey Chapin, do. 
Reg,") MnJDr, George Coltcn, do. 
*" / Ai'jiitant, 

/- Colonel, Joseph M. Forward, Southwick. 
2d. S Lieut. C'lloucl, Ellas Winchell.West-Springfield. 
Reg.'^ Major, Linus B I }:g, do. 

(A(!jutant, Robert Forward, Southwick. 

r Colonel, Ziebina Dickinson, Amherst. 
Sd. ^ Lieut. Coloel, Sylvester Goodman, Hadley. 
Reg.^M j-;!r, Ephraim Smith, do. 

^Arijutai.t, Nathaniel Cofjlidge, do. 

r Colonel, Israel Cannon, l^landford, ^. 

4th. jL'.eut. Colotiel, Eli Ptase, do. ./' 

Reg.'^M^jor, Samuel Lyman, Chester. 

C Adjutant, Fordyce Sylvester, Blandford. 

(Colonel, John Hoar, Monson. 
5th. ^ Lieut, Colonel, Abner Brnwn, Brimficld, 
Heg.pM.ijfr, Benjamin Page, Ware. 

C Adjutant, Asa Liiicoln, l^rimfield. 



Field Officers of Infantry. 107 

SECOND BRIGADE. 

Colonel, James Sheph vrd, Northampton* 
I Lieu;. Colonel, William Hooker, Norwich. 
I M Tjor, Elisha Edwards, S luhampton. 
Adjutant, William W. P irtridj^e, Northampton. 
Colonel, Thf-odore U. Lyman, Greenfield. 
(Lieut. Colonel, G^'ort^e Eeli, Colraine. 
I Major, Russell Hastings, Greenfield. 
\djutHnt, John C. H )yt, Gill. 
" Lionel, Spencer Root, Vlontague. 
Li-^ut. Colonel, Abner Goidell, Warwick. 
Mijor, Xahum Brvant, New-Salem. 
_ Adjutant, Ciark G;>ss, Montas^ue. 
(Colonel, Alvan Rice, Chesterfield. 
4th. \ Lieu. . Colonel, Wdliam Rice, Worthington. 
Reg.iM^^j'r, Josiih Shaw, jr. Flainfield. 
C -VdiutHnt, Asahel Bidings, Goshen, 
r Colonel. Jost-ph Loogley, Hawley. 
5th. J L'eut. Colonel, D ivid Snow, Healh. 
Reg J Major, Solomon Ke-d, Rowe. 

C Adjutant, Amos Shepard, Buckland. 

FIFTH DIVISION. 

FIRST BRIGADE. 

r Colonel, John Sever, Kin'<^ton. 
1st. J Lieut. Colonel, Bartleit Murdock, Warcham. 
Reg.VM:^.jor, 

(. Adjutant, Isaac L. Hedge, Plymouth. 

r Colonel, John Collamore, Scituate. 
2d. ^ Lieut. Colonel, Samuel To! man, jr. do. 
Reg. ^ Major, Jesse Reed, Hanover. 

C Aijutant, Horace Co'.lamore, Pembroke. 

/^ Colonel, Salmon Fobes, Bridge water. 
3d. ^ Lieut, Colonel, Jonathan Chamberlain, Bridgew. 
Reg. "S M J jor, Daniel Perry, Abington. 

C Adjutant, Hectoj' Orr, Bridge water. 

r Colonel, Ephraim Ward, Middleborough. 
4th. 3 Lieut. Colonel, Peter H. Pierce, do. 
Reg. ^ Major, Branch Harlow, do. 

vAt'.jutiint, Arad Thompson, do, 

SECOND BRIGADE. 

(Colonel, Rufus P. Harrows. Rehobnth.' 
1st. ) Lieut. Colonel, Hail Wood, Swansea. 
Reg. p Major, Noah Read, Seekonk. 

C Adjutant, Abraham Ormsbce, jr. Seckonk* 



Jo8^ Field Officers of Infantry. 

Colonel, Nathaniel Nelsrh, New-Bedford. 
Lieut. Colonel, Nathaniel Thompkins,Westport. 
Major, Thomas Wood, Fairhaven. 
Adjutant, Henry Taylor, New- Bedford. 
Colonel, Adoniram Crarc, Berkle>. 
>Lieut. Colonel, Cromwell Washburn, Taunton. 
I Major, Nathan King, do. 

Adjutant, George B. Atwood, do. 

C Colonel, Elkanah Briggs, Attleborough. 
4th. J Lieut. Colonel, 

Reg. j Major, Joseph Lane, jr. Mansfield. 
( Adjutant, David Cobb, jr. do. 
r Colonel, Hercules Cushman, Freetown. 
5th. 1 Lieut. Colonel, Lynde Hathaway, do. 
Reg. ^ Major, Elisha Slade, Somerset. 

t Adjutant, Philip P. Hathaway, do. 

THIRr BRIGADE. 

{ Colonel, Obed B. Nye, Sandwich. 
1st. 3 Lieut. Colonel, Nathan B Gibbs, do. 
Reg. ^ Major, Joshua Nye, Falmouth. 

f Adjutant, Sewall Fessenden, Sandwich. 

6 Colonel b, Joshua Hamblin, Yarmouth. 
2d. J Lieut. Colonel, Isaiah. Bray, do. 
Reg. j Major, Allen Nickerson, Chathan. 

( Adjutant, Joseph Hamblin, Yarnr.outh. 

r Colonel, Joshua Small, Truro, 
od. J Lieut. Colonel 6, Moses Higgins, Orleans. 
Reg. ^ Major, Joel Snow, Eastham. 

( Adjutant, Michoel Collins, do. 
SIXTH DIVISION. 

FIRST BRIGADE. 

Colonel, Alvin Lamb, Spencer. 
Lieut. Colonel, William Livermore, do. 
Major, Abel Bartlet, Leicester. 
Adjutant, Leonard Gary, Ward. 
Colonel, Daniel R. "New hall, Mendon. 
Lieut. Colonel, John Carpenter, Uxbridge. 
Major, Lebbeus Gaskell, Mendon. 
Adjutant, Luther Spring, Uxbridge. 
Colonel, William Adams, North- Brookfield. 
Lieut. Colonel, Elbridge Cutler. Hardwick. 
Major, Roswell Convers, New-Braintree. 
Adjutant, David H. Field, Oakham. 




Field Officers of Infantry. 1Q9 

rC(\oi\eh Daviri Lathe, Charlton* 
4th. ^ Lieut* Colonel, John Fiits, jr. do. 
Keg S Major, Jacob Uph am, do. 

( Adjutant. James VVallcot, jr, Southbridge. 

rColone', Jason Waters, Sutton. 
5th. N Lieut. Colonel, John F. Barton, Mlllbury. 
Reg. "5 Major, Reuben Waters, jr. Sutton. 

(Adjut;*nt, Moses L. Murse, do. 

r Colonel, Jarvis Abbot, H^Men. 
6th jLitut. Colonel, Levi Goodaie, West-Boylston* 
Reg. ) Major, Mc rrill Davis, Holden. 

( Adjutant* Joseph A. Reed, West-Boylston. 

SECOND BRIGADE. 

(^ Colonel, Moses Gill, Princeton. 
1st. ^ Lieut Colonel, John B. Pfalt, Sterling. 
Reg. ^ Major, John G. Davis, Princeton. 

( Acljutajut. Solon Whiting, Lancaster. 

r Colonel, Nymphas Pratt, Shrewsbury. 
. J Lieut. Colonel, Joshua W. Leiand, Grafton., 
g."^ Major, Francis B, Fay, Southborough. 

(Adjutant, Hollowell Bailey, Northborough. 

r Colonel, Jared Weed, Petersham. 
, J Lieut. Colonel, M'.sesGreenwood.jr. Hubbardstom- 
g.^ Major, Josiah Wheeler, Petersham* 

C Adjutant, Josiah Miles, do. 

r Colonel, William Harrington, jr, Lunenburg* 
1. ^ Lieut. Colonel, Oliver Adams, Leominster, 
g.^ Major, Hosea Stone, Ashburnhanii 

(Adjutant, Benjamin Barrett, do. 

r Colonel, Ephraim Williams, Gardner. 
1. ^ Lieut. Colonel, Franklin Gregory, Royalston. 
g. y Major, Horaiio G. Newcomb, Winchendon. 

( Adjutant, Nal.han Bryant, jr. Templetou. 

SEVENTH DIVISION. 

FIR.ST BRIGADE. 

(C<1 nel, Moses Loomis, Egremout. 
;. ^ Lieut Colonel, Ira Owen,' Sheffield. 
;g. '5 Major, 

( Adjutant, Albert A^ Roct^ Sheffield. 

r Colonel, 
. > Lieut. Colonel, Joseph B. Hill, VV. Stockbviclge.. 
g. y Major, Darius Perkins, Becket. 

( Adjutant, ^^ ... 



1 10 Officers of Cavalry. 

(■Colonel, Josiah Wolcott, Sandisfield. 
Sd. J Lieut. Colonel, Samuel Picket, Otis. 
Reg.lMaior, Stittiuel M. Wolcott, Sandisfield. 

(Adjutant, Stephen Bosworth, do. 

SECOND BRIGADE. 

r Colonel, William Waterman, Adams. 
1st. ) Lieut. Colonel, Jabez Hall, Lanesborough. 
Reg.) Major, Kiler Kent, New-Ashford. 

(Adjutant, Stoddard Hubbell, Lanesborough. 

r Colonel, Daniel Collins, Lenox. 
2d. ^ Lieut. Colonel, Ethan Janes, Pittsfield. 
Reg. "5 Major, Josiah Butler, do. 

( Adjutant, Htnry W. Bishop, Richtnond. 

( Colonel, 
r>d. 3Lieut» Colonel, Levi Pierce, Peru. 
Reg. > Major, Ichabod Emmons, Hinsdale. 

(Adjutant, Simeon W. Right, Dalton. 

OFFICERS OF CAVALRY- 

FIRST DIVISION. 
Second Brigade^ 1 Battalion. 
Major, Jared Allen, Boston. 
Adjutant, Richard Say les, Medway. 
Captain, Ichabod Dean, jr. Franklin. 
Captain, Lemuel Gay, Stoughton. 
Captain, Calvin Gay, of Needham. 

Tliird Brigade^ 1 Comfiany, 
Captain, Luke Richardson, of Boston. 

SECOND DIVISION. 

First Brigade, 1 Battalion. 
Major, Benjamin Dotlge, Hamilton. 
Adjutant, Stephen Upton, Danvers. 
Captain, Benjamin Wheeler, Danveis. 
Captain, Isaac Dodge, jr. Hamilton. 

Second Brigade^ 1 Regiment, 
Colonel, Moses Newell, of Parsons. 
Lieutenant Col. John Woodman, Haverhill. 
Major, John Jackman, Newbury. 
Adjutant, Samuel Thompson, Newburypcit 
. Captain, Samutl Bro'ivn, Bradford. 



Officers of Cavalry. u* 

Captain, Thomas A.mor}r, jr. Parsons. 
Captain, Moody Bridges, Andover. 
Ciiptain, Porter Bradstreet, Tcpsfield. 

THIRD DIVISION. 

Inrst Brigade^ 1 Regiment. 
Colonel, Willui ill Trowbridge, Newton. 
Lt. Colonel, Nathaniel Brickett, do. 
Maj ,r, SewiU Winn, South Reading. 
Adjutant, John B. Fuller, Newton. 
Captain, Silas Eaton, Framinghana. 
Captain, Joseph Tombs, Newton. 
Captain, 

One Covifiany. 
Captain, Ephraim H. Bellows, Concord. 

Second Brigade ^ 3 Comjianies* 
Captiin, Josiah Moore, Sudbury. 
Captain, Caleb Abbot, Chelmsford. 
Captain, Jacob Warren, Ashby. 

FOURTH DIVISION. 

First Brigade^ 1 Regiment. 
Colonel, Moses Leonard, Sunderland, 
Lt. Colonel, 

Major, Job Dickinson, Granb\-. 
Adjutant, Earl Bishop, South Hadley. 
Captain, Silns Stedman, Springfield. 
Captain, Dennison Parsons, Granville. 
Captain, Titus Pomeroy, South Ha-llev- 
Captain, William Hubbard, jr. Leveiett. 
Captain, Lebbeus Chapin, Palmer. 
Captain, Ptiay Forward, Southwick. 

Second Brigade^ 1 Regiment, 
Colonel, Elihu Nims, Shelburne. 
Lt. Crlonei, Salmon Sheldon, Leyden.- 
Major, David Dennison, jr, Colrain. 
Adjutant, David Wright, Deerfield. 
Captain, Erastus Clark, of Greenfield. 
Captain, 

Captain, Chauncey S. Goodrich, CQnwa3% 
Captain, S'^th Frasy, jr. Whatelv- 
Captain, James Freeman, jr. Nevv-Salem, 



4 It Officers of Cavalry. 

FIFTH DIVISION. 

First Brigade f 1 Battalion. 
Major, Nathaniel Haskel, Rochester. 
Adjutant, Seranus Shaw, Briclp;e water. 
Captain, Nehemiah Leonard, Micldleborough . 
Captain, Seth Alien, Halifax. 

Second Brigade^ X Battalion. 
Major, Eliab B. Dean, Raynham. 
Adjutant, Jesse H.irlshorn, Taunton, 
Captain, Allen Hunt, Seekonk. 
Captain, Israel Hatch, jr. AalelKirough, 
Captain, Lemuel Leonard, 1 auiiton. 

SIXTH DIVISION. 
Ftr&t Brigade^ 1 Regiment, 
Colonel, George Mower* of Worcester. 
Lt. Coltinei, Otis F.irnam, of Charlton. 
Major, Simon Plimpton, of West Boylstou. 
Adjutant, Samuel Tucker, of Charlton. 
Captain, Lewis Ch?pin, of Worcester. 
Captain, WiUiam Dudley, DougidS. 
Ca:)tain, Jdm Lorton, jr. Hardvvick. 
Captain, Hiram Wheelock, Sturbridge. 
Captain, Andrew Smith, Oxford. 

Second Brigade^ 1 Regimeyit, 

Colt^ne!, Nathaniel C. Estabrook, of Athol. 
Lt. Colonel, Thomas Wright, of Sterling. 
M'.jpr, Josiah Brigham, Westborough. 
Adjutant, Eben. Sawyer, Lancaster. 
Captain, Jnsiah Wheeler, VV'estminster. 
Captfa-iOi Silas Sibley, ^'V esthorough. 
Captain, Micijah Ro-ed, Petersham. 
Captain, Ebenezer Bragg, Lancaster. 
Captain, 

SEVENTH DIVISION. 
First Brigade., 1 Battalion. 
Major, Allen Smith, of Stockbridge. 
Adjutant, William B. Saxton, Sheffield. 
Captain, Sewall Sargent, Stockbridge. 
Captain, Calvin Stevens, New-Marlborough."* 
Captain, Isaac Vandewson, 3d. Great-BarringtO||i »j 



Officers of Artillery. 115 

Second /invade, 1 Dattaiion, 
Major, Guv Worthitigton, of Lenox. 
Adjutant, Chancy Hamlin, Lanesboro'. 
Captain, Alva Morrill, Lenox. 
Captain, Reed Mills, Wiliiamstown. 

OI^FICERS OP AR TILLER F. 

FIRST DIVISION. 

First Brigade y 1 Battalion. 

Major, Joseph Hastings, ofRoxbury. 
Adjutant, Seth Tucker, do. 

Captain, S imuel Lawrence, Roxbury. 
Captain, Koljert Stetson. Dorchester. 
Captain, Vinson Terrill, Weymouth. 
Second Brigade, 1 Battalion. 
Major, Willard Sayles, Wrentham. 
Adjutant, Calvin Fit>her, jr. Wrentham. 
Captain, Samuel Hartshorn, jr. VValpole. 
Captain, Ebenezer A. Kingsbury, Franklin. 

Third Brigade^ 1 Battalion, 
Major, Joseph E. Smith, Boston. 
Adjutant, Charles \\. Hammatt, do. 
Captain, John A. Shaw, do. 
Captain, Joseph Stone, do. 
Captain, Thomas I. Lobdel!, do. 

SECOND DIVISION. 
First Bngadc, 1 Reg. and 1 Batt. Regiment. 
Colonel, Henry Whipple, Salem. 
lit. Colonel, William Beach, Gloucester. 
Major, Warren Porter, Danvers. 
Adjutant, John Towne, Salem. 
Captain, John Nichols, Lynn, 
('aptain, I'homas Chadbourae, Danvers. 
Captain, William Center, jr. Gloucester, 
Captain, Adam Nesmith, Salem. 

Battalion. 
Major, John Trail. MarblelieacV 
Adjutant, Joseph W. Cireen, do. 
Captain, Edmund Kimball, do. 
Captain, Jacob Hooper, do. ' 

K2 



114 Officers of Artillery. 

Second Brigade^ 1 Battalion^ 
Major, Benjamin Cileason, Andover. 
Adjutant, Nathaniel MorrilU Ameabury. 
Captain, John Colby, jr. Amesbury. 
Captain, Ebenezer Bradbury, Newburyport. 
Captain, 

THIRD DIVISION. 

First Brigade^ 1 Regiment. 
Colonel, James Brown, Framing:ham. 
Lt. Coloiel, Thomas Learned, Watertown^ 
Major, John Hunting, da 
Adjutant, Elisha Frost, jr. Framingharo. 
Captain, John Johnson, Medford. 
Captain, Eli Brown, Concord. 
Captain, I'imothy N. Baker, Charlestown,, 
Captain, 
Captain, 

Second Brigadey 1 Battalion. 
Major, William Dalrymple, Groton. 
Adjutant, Daniel Tuck, Chelmsford. 
Captain, Henry Baldwin, Billerica. 
Captain, Aaron Brown, Groton. 

FOURTH DIVISION. 
First Brigade^ 1 Regiment. 
Colonel, Eliab Washburn, Belchertown. 
Lt. Colonel, Horatio Fitch, Monson. 
Major, Simeon Dwight, Belchertown. 
Adjutant, Philo Dickinson, do. 
Captain, Nahum Adams, Greenfield. 
Captain, Joseph ^Vashb.urn, Belchertown, 
Captain, Zebina Fowier, W^stfield. 
Captain, Samuel Williams, Northampton. 

Seond Brigade, 1 Regiment. 
Colonel, Noah Joy, Hawlev. 
Lt, Colonel, Elijah Mattoon, jr. Northfield, 
M ijor, Ansel Phelps, GreentieM. 
Adjutant, ^Mas Goodspeed, Hawley. 
Captain, King Harris, Northfield. 
Captain, 

Qaptam, Willi-im Joy, Plainfield. 
Captain, John Tobey, Buckland. 
Captain, 



Officers of Artillery. 115 

FIFTH DIVISION. 

First Brigade^ 1 Battalion. 
Major, Micah White, Rochester. 
Adjutant, John P. Turner, Pembroke. 
Captain, Edward Curtis, Hanover. 
Captain, Micah Nash, Abington. 
Captain, John Sampson, Plymouth. 

Second Brigade, 1 Battalion. 
Major, Samuel Stall, New-Bedford. 
Adjutant, 
Captain, 
Captam, John Harrison, New-Bedford, 

Third Brigade, 1 Battalion. 
Maior, 

Adjutant, Exekiel H. Higgins, BrewstcR 
Captain, Nathaniel Shivrick, Falmouth. 
Captain, Freeman Higgins, Brewster. 

SIXTH DIVISION. 
Fir^t Brigade, 1 Battalion. 
Major, Joel Gleason, W"orcester. 
Adjutant, Moses Brigham, do. 
Captain, Lyman Morse, Sturbridge. 
Captain, Clark Ellis, Milford. 
Captain, Leojiard Clark, Worcester, 
Second Brigade, 1 Battalion. 
Major, Gardner Ruggles, Barre. 
Adjutant, Henry Allen, Leominster. 
Captain, Nathaniel Holland, Barre. 
Captajn, Hannibal Laughton, Lancaster.. 
Captain, Frederick Wm. Jones, Leominstcc*- 

SEVENTH DIVISION. 

First Brigade, 1 Battalion. 
Major, Charles W. Hopkins, Great- Barrington. 
Adjutant, Augustus Hitchcock, do. 
Captain, Henry Lincoln, Stockbridge. 
Captain, diaries Taylor, Gveat-Barrington. 

Second Brigade, 1 Battalion. 
Major, William Acocks, Hancock. 
Adjutant, Ezekiel U. Colt, Pittsfield. 
Captain, William Lynn, Lanesborough. 
Captain, Thomas Ensign, Pittsfield. 



U6 Officers of the Third Brigade. 

DIVISIOJ\rAR Y CORPS OF IJ^rDEPEJVDEJVl 
CjiDETS. 
Cafitain, Lieut. Colonel Joseph H. Adams. 
Lieut enant. Major Harrison Gray Otis, jr. 
Ensign^ Major Thomas A. Dexter. 
Adjutant f Captain T. C. Amory. 
Surgeon, John C. Warren, m. d. 



ANCIENT AND HONOURABLE ARTILLERY 
COMPANY. Incorporated 1638. 
Cafitaint Adjutant Gen. William H. Sumner, 
Lieutenant, Lieut. Colonel Theodore Lyman, jr. 
Adjutant, Major A. H, Gibbs. 
Ensign, Lieutenant Christopher Gore. 

1st Sergeant, Capt. Peter M'latosh, jr. 
2d Sergeant, Capt. Daniel Brown. 
3d Sergeant, Capt, Kuel Baker. 
4th Sergeant, Ensign Stephen S. Davis. 
Treasurer, Jacob HhII. Oerk, A. G. Winslow. 
Armourer^ David W. Bradlee. 



SALEM UVDEPEATDEArr CADETS, 

Chartered 1786. 
Cafitain, Franklin H. Story. 
LitutenaJit^ John Chadwick. 
Ensign, John Winn, jr. 

OFFICERS IN THE THIRD BRIGADE, FIRST DI- 
VISION, (including Boston and Chelsea,) in commis- 
sion, November, 1821, 

Brigadier- General, William Sullivan. 
Brigade-Major and Ins/iector, Stephen Fairbanks. 
Brigade-Quarter- Master, Benjamin Winslow. 
Aid-de-Cump^ William H. Elliot. 

FIRST REGIMENT. 

Colonel, Thaddeus Page. 
Lieutenant- Colonel, Caleb Hartsliom. 
M'.ijor, Lewis Lerow. 



Officers of the Third Brigade. 



117 



ChaiiMn, Rev. D. Sharp 
Surgeon^ V^'illiam In- 

galls, M. D. 
Surg. Mate, S. A. Shurtleffl 

Lieutenants, Ensigns. 

Azel White John Simmons 

D. G, Dawes Watts Frost 
Frederick Gould Wm. P. Tilton 
JN.HoweJr.) Chas. Lincoln, jr, 
Wm. Butler S 

John Bradford Solomon Loud 
R'chard Brackett John A. Piatt James Stowers 
Silas Pierce Chas. M. Domett Joshua C. Bates 

]Sathan Hobhs Silas Stewart Franc. Green,, jr. 

John Elliot Wm. Hooton Wm. Winslow 

John Gale H. S» Kent Delmont Locke 

SECOND REGIMENT. 

Cohnei, Benjamin Loring. 
LifUtenant-Colonely Michael Roulstone. 
Major, Daniel L. Gibbens. 



Adjutant, 

Quarter- Master^ 

I^ ay -Master^ Andrew J. 

Allen. 

Captains. 
Edmund Tufts 
Ezra Hawkes 
Hoary Fo\vle,jr. 

Saml. Aspinwall 

Wm. Blaney 



Adjutant, Wm. W^ Clapp 
Q Master, Geo.M. Gibbens 
Fay Master, Edw. Watson 



Chafilain, Paul Dean 
Surgeon^ GeorgeParkman 
Surg. Matey Geo. B. Doane 



Ca/i tains. 
! Ezekiel Jones 
! Francis Southack 
i Daniel Brown 
j Elias Davis 
: Artemas Young 
; P. R. L. Stone 
i F. Dexter 
I Amos B. Parker 
I Peter M'Intnsh 
Luther Farwell 



Lieutenants. 
Abel Barnes 
Martin Kent 
John Muzzey 
H. H. Barton 
William Walesjr. 
A. H. Stevens 
Charles Loring 
L. Tompkins 

Simon Wright 



Ensigns . 
Robert French 
Cieorge Stearns 
John Roberts 
John Pierce 
Calvin Hatch 
S. M. Burnham 
Lorenzo Draper 
S. A. Belknap 
vacant. 
Dennis 



THIRD REGIMENT. 

Colonel, Samuel H. Parker. 
Lieutenant-Colonel, Benjamin Huntington. 
Major, Joseph Jenkins. 



Adjutant AlfredCurtis 
Qr. Master, Lewis Bayley 
i^ay Master, G.W.Thayer 



Chafiln. N,L.Frothingham 
Surgeon, Asa Bucknam 
Surg. Mate, 



118 University at Cambridge. 

Cafitains. JLieutenants. Ensigns. 

Joshua Simonds Jer. Smalledge John Baunisttu' 
Ruel Baker D. S. Clafflin William Hunt 

Eph. Harrington Amos Sumner Ephraim Dodge, 
Benjamin Darling S. L Aobott John Farriejjr. 

Josi ih Wiikins Benjamin Dcxld Prentiss Hobbs 
Thomas Hunting B. M. Nevers Brewst, Reynolds 
Martin Brimmer Geo. A. Hodges Horace Gray 
John Park • Eben. W. Nevers Edward White 
Edward Bugbee Rufus G. Amory Daniel Hastings 
John S. Tyler W A.Dickerman 

Battalion of Artillery, 
MajoTy Joseph E. Smith, 
Adjutant, Qr. Master, 

Surgeon^ John Jeffries. 

Cafitains. Ut Lieutenants, 2d Lieutenants. 

Joseph Stone Isaac Fowle John Wade 

John A. Shaw Francis Jackson Jedidiah Tuttle 

Thos. J. Lobdell Benj. Simpson Wm. H. Smith 

Light Dragoons, 
Cafitain. Lieutenants. Comet. 

Luke Richanlson f^Sav^^^'^'^ ^^^^ "^" 

SEA FENCIBLES. 

Cafitain, Nathaniel Snow. 
First Lieutenant, Russell Glover. 
Second Lieutenant, William Smith. 
Ensign, Edward L. Scott. 



UJVIFERSITY AT CAMBRIDGE, OR HAR 
YARD COLLEGE. 
PRESIDENTS from 1640. 
Inducted, Died or Resigned [ 

1640 Rev. Henry Dunster, 165' 

1654 Rev. Charles Chauncy, s. t. b. 1675 

1672 Rev. Leonard Hoar, M. .D 167: 

1675 Rev. Uriah Oakes, a. m. 168 

1682 Doct. John Rogers, a. m. 168' i 

1685 Rev. Increase Mather, d. d. 170 I 

1701 Rev. Samuel Willard,A.M. r/ce Pr^s. 170 i 



University at Cambridge. 119 

''nducted. Died or Resigned. 

708 Hon. John Leverett, a« M. f. r. s. 1724 

725 Rev. Benjamin VVadsworth, a. m. 1737 

7^7 Rev. Edward Holy? ke, a. m. 1769 

770 Rev. Samuel Locke, D. D. 1773 

774 Rev. Samuel Langdon, d. d. 1780 

781 Rev. Joseph Willard, d. d ll. d. 1804 

806 Rev. Samuel Webbef, d. d. 181& 

810 Rev. JohnT. Kirkland, d. d. ll.d, 

BOARD OF OVERSEERS. 

His Excellency the Governor. 

His Honor the Lieutenant Governor. 

The Hor orabie the Council, and Senate. 

The Speaker of the House of Representatives. 

The President of the University,, ex officiis ; tcgetfir 
;r with the following persons, elected for the purpose^ 
excepting those who were ministers of the six neigh- 
jouring towns in the year 1810,) vacancies aniiong whom 
ire filled by the Board. 

lis Honor Wm Phillips Rev. John Bradford 

ion. Thomas Dawes EliphaletPorter, d.d. 

VVm. Spooner. m. d. John Foster, d.d. 

Dudley A. Tyng Abiei Holmes, d=d. 

John Welles Thaddeus Fiske,D.D. 

HarrisonG.()tis,LLD. Thad.M.Harris.o.D. 

Artemas Ward 1 homas Gray 

Isaac Parker, ll. . John Pierce, Sec. 

John Phillips W.E.Channing, d.d* 

Jpsiah Qisincy Charles Lowell 

NathBowditch,LL.D. John Codman 

Chas. Jackson, lld. Francis Parkman 

John Pickering Thomas B. Gannett 

Joseph Story, Ll.d. Nath.L.Frothingham 

Richard Sullivan • Henry Ware 
Secretary of the Board, Rev, John Pierce, a. m. 

CORPOUATlorf. 

President, John Thornton Kirkland, d. d. ll. d. 
Ft Hows, Rev. Eliphalet Porter, r>.n.Hon. William 
Prescott, LL. D. John Lowell, Esq. ll.d. Hon. John 
'*hilHps, A, M. Rev Wil.iam E. Channing, d.::. Hen, 
fohn Davis, ll. d. Treasurer. 
Stezvardi Stephen Higginscn, jr. Esq, 



120 UnivCTSftf at eambridgc. 

PROFESSORS, TUTORS, &C. 

Aaron Dexter, m. d . Ervin^ Prof. ofChem.EmeritU8. 
William 1). Peck, a. M. Mass, Prof, of Nat. HUtory, 
Rev, Henry Ware, d.d. HqUIs Prqfesaor of Theology^ , 

and Registrar. 
Hon. Isa X Parker, ll. d. Royall Professor of Law. 
I^vi Hedge, a. m. College Prof, of Log. and Metaplu \ 
Rev. John S. Popkin, d. d. College Prof of Greek. 
James Jackson, m. d. Hersey Profassor of the Theory 

and Practice of Physic. 
Hon. Asahel Stearns, a. m. University Prof, of Latv. 
John C. Warren, M. d. Hersey Professor of Anatomy 

and Surgery. 
Sidney Willara, a. m. Hancock Professor of Hebrero 

and other Oriental Languages. 
John Gorham, m. d. Erving Profe.tsor cfCheimstrii. 
Levi Frisbie, a.m. Alford. Prof of Nat. Religiony Mor- 
al Philosofihy and Civil Polity. 
J(ihn Farrar, a m. Hollis Prof, of Math. ^ Nat. Phil. 
Andrews Norton, a. m. Dexter Prof of Sacred Lit* 
Jacob Bigelow, m d. Rumford Professor and Profes- 
sor of Materia Medica. 
Joseph Green Cogswell, a. m. p. d. Professor of 

Mineralogy and Geology ; and Librarian. 
George Ticlcnop, a. m. Smith Prfessor of French and 

Sfianish Languages and Literature^ and Professor 

of Belles Letters. 
Walter Channing, m. d. Professor of Obstetricks and* 

Medical Jurisfirudence* 
Edward T. Channing, a.m. Boyhton Professor oJ\ 

Rhetorick and Oratory. 
Rev. Edward Everett, a. m.p.d, Eliot Pnfessor oJ\ 

Greek Literature. ■ 

Rev. George Otis, a. m. Tutor in Latin. 
Charles Folsom, a.m. Tutor in Latin, 
James Hiyward, a-b. Tutor in Mathematicks and* 

Natural Phito^otihy. • 

Solomon P Miles, a. b. Tutor in Mathematicks andi 

Natural Fhilosofihy. 
Sarnuel B. Waicott, a. b. Tutor in Greeki 
Elisjia Fuller, a. M. Proctor. 
Sapniel Webber, a,m. .Assistant to the Professor of 

Cfjefnistrif. 



University at Cambridge. 121 

John Fessenden, a. m. Regent, 

Francis Sales, Esq. Instructer in French and Sfianish* 

The College Library contains about 26,000 volumes. 

TheBoylstonMedical Libra ry,exceedini^ 600 volumes 
is distinct from the public Library of the Universiiy . 

The usual time of examination for the freshman class 
is the Friday next after Commencement 

The time of residence of undergraduates a*, the Uni- 
versity, except for those, who enter at an advanced 
standing, is four years. 

Vac ation s. Firsts four weeks and two days from 
Commencement. Second, seven weeks from the 4th 
Friday in December. Third, two weeks from the 3d 
Friday in May. 

Commencement, on the last Wednesday in August. 

Public Exhibitions of the Students are in the Univer- 
Mty Chapel, on the last Tuesday in October, the last 
I'uesday in April, and the Thursday preceding Com- 
mencement, beginning at eleven o'clock, a. m. 

The Medical Lectures commence in Boston on the 3d 
IVednesday in November. A course is given at the 
Llollegc between the first of April and the last of July. 

Of yldinission and Matriculatmi. Candidates for 
idmission are to be examined by the President, Pro- 
essors, and Tutors. No one shall be admiUed to ex- 
iniinalinn, unless he have a good moral character, 
certified in writing by his })receptor or some other suit- 
ible person. To be received into the Freshman class, 
he candidate must be thoroughly acqurtinted with the 
;rammar of the Latin and Greek languages, including 
jrosody ; be able properly lo Cfnstrue and parse any 
)ortion of the following books, viz. Dalzei's Collectanea 
jracca Minora, the Greek Testament, Virgil, Sallust, 
im.1 Cicero's Select Orations, and to translate English 
nto Latin correctlv ; he must be well versed in An- 
.ient a!Kl Modern Geography ; the fundamental rules 
1 rf Arithmetic, vulgar and decinial fractions, propor- 
I ion, simple and compound, single and double tl-liow- 
! hip, alligation, medial and alternate, and Algebra ta 
lie end of simple equations, comprehending also the 
loctrine of roots and powers, arithi^ietical and gco- 
netrical progression. 



122 University at Cambridge. 

The other Books used in the examination are tfap- 
following, viz. 

Adam's Latin and the Gloucester Greek Grammar. 
"An Elementary Treatise of Arithmetick,'* and an "In- 
trod\iction to the Elements of Algebra,"comprehending | 
the Mathematicks required foradmission to the Univer- . 
si^y at Cambridge, New England." " Elements of I 
Geography, Ancient and Modern, with an Atlas, by i 
J. E. Worcester." These works sold at No. 2^ornhilt. 



COURSE OF 1NSTRUCTI0!!SI 

FOR rJfPERGRADUATES IN HARVARD COLtEGE, 
OCT. 1821, POR THE ENSOING Y£lAR< 

ThefollcTtting are theprincipal authors and ttudits amgned to the etat^t^ 

FRESHMEN, 

1 Collectanea Graeca JVlajopa. DaUifel, 2 vols. Svdi 

Sd Cambridge ed. 

2 Livy, fivt book*, Iwmo. 
S Horace. Caen, ed 

4 H. Grotius De Vcrltate religioiii** Ch^^tlafla. 12mo' 

5 Excerpta Latina. Wells, Jioston, 8vo. 

6 Gecnietry, Legendi^. Algebra, Lacroix. Cam. ed. 

7 Adam's Roman Antiquities. 

S Walker's Rhetorical Grammar. 

9 Lowth's English Gramma-r. ^ 
Exercises ia Reading atnl l>eclamation each veek. 

SOPHOMORES. 
1, 5, and 6, continued and finished. 

10 Cicero de Oratore 

H Analytic Geometry, Cam. 1820. 

12 Blair's Lectures on Rht-torick, 2 vols. &\xn 

15 Historv, Ancient and Modem. Tytler. 

14 Logick, bv Prof. Hed^e, 12mo. 

15 Locke's Essav, 2 vols. 

Exercises in Declamation and Composition once 
tbrtnlght. 

JUNIOR SOPHISTERS.. ^ 

15. Qon tinned and linislied. 

16 HoiTier, IHhc;, Maittnirc's, or other ed. 'sviitici : 

translation. 

17 Juvenal trnd Pcr??'.us or equivalent part'of Taci-U - 



University at Cambridge. 123 

18 Paley*s Evidences of Christianity. 

19 Hebrew Graaim-ir, by Prof. Willard. 

20 No. 1 &; 2 Whiting & Watson's Hebrew Bible or 

Psalter . 

21 Greek Testament, Griesbacli, Cam. ed. 

22 Natural Philosopiiy and Astronomy, Enfield, and 

Brewster's Ferguson. 

23 Stewart's Elements of the Philosophy of the Hu- 

man Mind. 

24 Paley's Moral Philosophy. 

25 Analytic Geometry, Topography, Sec. 

Public Declamations, Forensic Disputes once a 
month. Themes once a fortnight. 

M.B. Instead of 19 & 20, those above twenty one 
years of age, and others at the written request of their 
parent or guardian, may attend to Mathematicks, or 
Greek and Latin, or French. 

SENIOR SOPHISTERS. 
23. 24 and 25, continued. 

26 Nautical Astronomy, Surveying, &c. 

27 Chemistry, by Prof. Gorham, 2 vols. 8vo. Cam. ed. 

28 Federalist, 2 vols. 

29 Political Economy. 

30 Butler's Analogv. 

Declamations, Forensicks and Themes the two 
first terms, as in the Junior year. 

N.B. The public Declamations on Friday at 2 
o'clock are to be attended by the Seniors and Juniors, 
and by the Sophomores after they begin to declaim in 
the third term. The members of the other classes are. 
not required to be present, but they are permitted to 
attend, observing strict order. 

TABLE OF PRIVATE EXERCISES. 

FRESHMEN. 

Morning exercise. Mond. to Hat, inclusive, Greek 
and Latin. Through the year. 

Forenoon, Monday to Friday. Mathematicks. En- 
glish Grammar. 1st & 2d terms, 6c 8 weeks of 3d term. 
4 weeks of 3d term. 

Forenoon. Saturday. Declamation, History, and 
I Antiquities. Through the year. 

Afternoon. Monday to Friday. Greek and i^atin.. 
Through the year. 



•' 



l£4 University at Cambridge. 

SOPHOMORES. 

Morning. Monday to Saturday. Greek and Latiaw , 
Through the year. 

Forenoon, Monday to Friday. Greek and Latin, , 
1st ternn. Rhetorick, 2d ter^. Mathematicks, 3d term. , 

Forenoon. Saturday. History, and Declamfjtion or i! 
English composition. Through the year. j 

Afiernuon. Monday to Friday^ Mathematicks, Islij 
and" 2d terms. Logick 8c Intellect. Phil. 3d term. 

JUNIORS. 

Morning. Monday to Saturday. Metaphysicks, 1st? 
term. Natural Philosophy, 2d imd 3d terms. 

Forenoon. Minday, Tuesday iJf Wednesday. The- • 
ology, 1st term. Hebrew, or substitute, 2d term,, 
Mathtmaticks, 3d term. 

Forenoon. Thursday. Forensicks or Themes 
Through the year. 

Afternoon. Monday to Thursday. Greek and Latin.. 
1st and 3d Ferms. Moral i^bilosophy, last 7 weeks op 
3d term. Greek Testament, 1st 5 weeks of 3d ternw 

SENIORS. 

Morning, Monday to Friday. Mathematicks and 
Chemistry, 1st and half 2d term. Moral and PoHt^ 
Philosophy, half 2d and 3d term. 

Forenoon. M. T is' W. Astronomy, 1st term. Mk 
isf W. Theology, 2d term to x\pril. 

Forenoon. Thursday. Forensicks or Themes. Is^ 
and 2d terms. 

Afternoon, Monday to Thursday. Moral and PoUti 
Philosophy, 1st term. Intellectual Philosophy. 2dtermj 
to April 

I'he Hancock Professor of Hebrew and other Ori- 
ental Languages will, at private hours, instruct sucbl 
btudeiits as may at any time form a cIhss to extendi 
their knowledge of these languages beyond what is t^< 
quired in the regular course of his department. 

The Eliot Processor of Greek Literature has an ex- 
ercise at private hours with such students as may wish i 
to attend from the time that the regular course of Greek i 
studies terminates. The Corporation will give somei 

• On one Tliursday halfthe class read Forei}sjck$, and ontheodtei^ 
^i present Tbeme«. 



University at Cambridge. 125 

public testinnonal of proficiency to those whom the Pro- 
fessors shall certify to have excelled, in these exercises. 

The usiKvl time of private exercises, for the moriiing^, 
is immediately after prayers ; in the forenoon, at half 
after X o'clock or a quarter after XI ; in the afternoon 
froTi the end of the autumnal vacation, till the first day 
of November at IV ; from that time till the winter va- 
cation, between IV and half after III; from the end of 
the winter vacation, till the middle of March at IV ; 
thence to the middle of April at half after IV ; from 
that time till Commencement at V Anv variation from 
these times, recjuired by the sisse or division of classes 
or the nature ot the exercise, is to be announced as 
there may be occasion by the Professors or Tutors. 

French Language. The Instructer in French and 
Spanish gives lessons to th')se who apply and attend 
regularly at hours to be fr<^m term to tt^rm assigned. 
Those who wish to attend in any term must give in their 
names within the first week. 

LECTURES ARE GIVEN BY THE 

Professor of Natural History at such times as may 
be announced to Seniors and Juniors, who apply to the 
Pi'ofessor.* 

Professor of Theology, besides part of the day on Sun- 
day, on Saturday halt the year at study bell, to Seniors 
and Juniors. 

Professor (Royall) of Law, third term, three or four 
times a week, for five weeks, nt X, to Seniors. 
" Professor of Anatomy and Surgery, between the first 
Monday in April and the middle of July, at V p. m. to 
Seiiors, twenty-five lectures. 

Professor of Hebrew, or Khctorick and Oratory, on 
Friday at X, to SerJors and Juniors. 

Professor of Chemistry ()etv;een the first Monday in 
April and the middle of July, at V p.m. to Seniors. 

Professor of Natural Heiigion, Moral Philosophy and 
Civil Politv, 2d term, Thursclay at IX, andfiom April, 
Monday and Thursday, at IX to Seniors. 

Professor of Natural Philosophy, 2d term, first four 

• The usual time Wednesday at II, Friday III. The charge for 
fust course of Botany g6 : second iS4:— for Zoology, ig"? a yearj and m 
that proportion for part oi a >ear. 

L 2 



126 Theological Education iiociety. 

days in the week at a quarter past XI, to Juniors. Th<> • 
Astronomical Lectures the first term, first three days ! 
of the week at a quarter after XI, to Seniors. 

Prof, of Sacred Literature at times to be announced. 

Professor (Rumford) Friday IX, to Seniors. After 
Seniors leave, to Juniors. 

Professor of Mineralogy and Geology, 3d term, to 
Seniors. 

Professor of French and Spanish Literature, 1st 
term and part of second, Monday, Wednesday, and 
Friday evenings. 

Professor of Greek Literature,Tuesd.at IX,toSeniors,- 

Professor of Ecclesiastical History third term, Wed- 
nesday at IX to Seniors. 

The students attending Lectures are to be examine^ 
on the subjects treated in the Lectures. 



Society for Fromoting Theological Education in Hav^ 
vard University, 

President, Rev. John T. Kirkland, d. d. ll.d. 

Fice- Presidents, Samuel Parkman, Esq. lion. Israel \\ 
Thoindike, Hon. Peter C .Brooks. 

Cor res/ion ding Sec*ry^ Rev. Nathl. L. Frothingham, 

Recording Sec'ry^ Rev. Francis Parkman. 

Treasurery Lemuel Shav;, Esq. 

Directors, Rev. E. Porter, d. d. Hon. D. A. White, , 
Hon. Charles Jackson, Piofessor S. Willard, Josepliiij 
Hurd, Esq. John Howe, Jonathan Phillips, James Sav-.- 
age, and George Bond, Esqrs. 

Jiuditorsy Thomas Wigglesworth, Samuel May, Is- 
rael Munson, Esqrs. 

Trustees, Hon B. Pickman, Hon. J. Lloyd, Hon. J. 
Quincy, Andrew Ritchie, Esq. Peter O. Th'acher,Esq.J 



PHI BETA KAPPA. 

Alfiha of Massachusetts, 

Anniversary at Cambridge, day after Commejicement 

Prtsidcnty Hon: Charles Jackson. 

Vice-Presidenty Andrews Norton, a. a. s. 
Corresponding and Pec, Src^y^ Geo. B. Emerson, a.b 



Williams and Bowdoin Colleges. 127 

Williams College, 
Incorporated June 22, 1793. 
\,ipfioi7ited. Presidents. Died or resigned, 

1793. Ebenezer Fitch, n. d. 1815 

1815. Zephaniah Swift Moore, d. d. 1821 

1821. Edv/ard Dorr Griffin, d. d. 
Vice-President, Rev. Alvan Hyde, d. d. 
Treasurer, Hon. Daniel Noble, Esq. 
Secretary^ Charles A. Dewey, E^q. 
Professor of Divinity, Edward D. Griffin, d. d. 
Professor of Languages, Ebenezer Kellogg, a. M. 
Prof. Alathematickis, Nat. Philoaojiby, and Lecturer. 

in Chemistry, Chester Dewey, a. m. 
Tutors, Geo. W. Benedict, a. m. Alvan Wheeler, a. b 

BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 

Rev. Alvan Hyde, d. d. 
Rev. Jacob Catlin 
J{ev.SamuelShepherd,D.D. 



Hon, Joseph Lyraan 
Israel Jones, Esq. 
Joseph Woodbridge, Esq. 
Levi Glezen, Esq. 
Thaddeiis Pomeroy, Esq. 
Rev, Heman Humphreys 
Hon. George Bliss 



Rev. Theophilus Packard 
Jlev. Timothy M. Cooley 
Rev. Thomas Snell 
Hon. Ezra Starkweather 
Jlon. Daniel Noble 
' Vacations. First, 4 weeks from Commencement. 
Second, 6 weeks from the Wednesday succeeding the 
4th Wednesday in December. Third, 3 weeks from 
the 3d Wednesday in May. 

Commencemeni, inst Wednesday in September. 

Five thousand doUars have been given to this College, 
by the late Woodbridge Little, Esq. the interest of 
which is to be applied to the educatijn of picus young 
men, (who have not the means of obtaining a liberal 
education j for the ministiy. 

Boivdoin Colltge, at Brunswick, Incor. June 24, 1794. 

Inducted. Presidents. Died. 

1802 Rev. Joseph MKeen, d. d. 1807 

1807 Rev. Jesse Appleton, d. d. 183^9 

1820 Rev. William Allen, d, d. 

BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 

pies'dent., Rev. WiUiam Alien. 

*ViC€' President J Rev. Hezekiah Packard, d,-. r. 



128 Yale College at New- Haven. 

Secretary, Hon. Benjamin Orr. 

Rev. Thomas Lancaster, Rev. Elijah Kellogg, Rev. 
William Jenks, Hon. Samuel S. Wilde, ll. d. Hon. 
Prentiss Mellen, Hon. Josiah Stebbins, Rev, Eliphalet 
GiUet, John Abbot, Esq. Rev. Ichabod Nichols, Hon. 
Stephen Longfellow, jr. 

BOARD OF OVERSEERS. 

President^ Hon. Jeremiah Bailey. 
Vice- President, Robert H. Gardiner, Esq. 
Secretary^ Joseph M'Keen, Esq. 
Treasurer, John A.bbot, Esq. 

Whole number 45, including the President of the 
College, and ih't Secretary of the Trustees. 

PROFESSORS, TUTORS, & LIBRARIAN. 

Prof cf Ma'h. and A'a':. Philo,%o. and Lecturer on 
ChemUtry and Mineralogy y Parker Cleaveland, a. m. 

Profcusor elect of the Latin and Greek Lant^uagesy 
Samuel P. Newman, a. m. 

Lecturer on the Theory and Practice of Medicine^ Na- 
tlian Smith, n, d. of Kew H .ven. 

Prof, of Chemistry ^ Materia Medico, Parker Cleave- 
land, a. m. 

Lecturer on Anatomy ^ Surgery , Edward Reynolds, 
M. D. of Boston. 

Tutor in the Latin and Greek Languages, Nehemiah 
Cleriveland, a. m. 

Tutor in Geomt-.try, ^c. Alphcus S. Packard, a. m; 

Tutor in Metafiiiy-^ics, iP'c. Asa Cummings, a.b. 

Librarian, John AI)bot, a. m. 
The Library contains about 4500 vols. 
Vacations. First, 4 weeks from Commencement. 

Second, 6 weeks from the first Wedne -.day in Jaiuary» , 

Third, 3 weeks fiv.m the first Wednesday after thei 
third Monday of VI ay. 

Commencement is on ihe 1st Wednesday in September. 

Yale College at JVew-Haven, Founded, A. I). 1700. 

Afifi^inted. PRE:;inENT. Died or R-^nigned. 

1701 Rev. Abrah im Pearson, :707 

1719 Rev. Timothy Cutler, D.D. 1722 

1727 Rev. Elisiia Williams, 17.^^9 

1739 Rev. Tj^.omns CI ip, ^'ZQt 



Srown University at Vermont. 129 

i766 Rev. Naphtali Dagget, d. d. 1777 

1777 Rev, Ezra Stiles, D.D. LL. D. 1795 

1795 Rev. Timothy Dwight, d. d. ll. d. 1817 

1817 Rev. Jeremiah Day, ll. d. 

FELLOWS. 

The Governor, Lieutenant-Governor, and six senior 
State Senators, together with the following Clergy- 
men, viz. John Marsh, d. d Andrew Lee, d. d. Jo- 
seph Strong, D a. Benoni Upson, d.d. Amos Bassett, 
D.D. John Elliott, Rev, William B. Ripley, Elijah 
Parsons, Daniel Smith, Andrew Elliot, * 

PROFESSORS. 

Professorof Chejnistry Sc Mineralogy ^ Benj. SilTiman, 
Professor of Oriental Languages, iames Luce Kingsly. 
Profassor ofDivin. Rev.Eleazer Thompson Fitch,A.M. 
Professor o/Bheeorick,Riiv.Chauncey A. Goodrich, a.m. 
Professor of Mathematicks & Natural Philosophy, 

Alexander M. Fisher, a. m. 
Tutors y Horace Hookery^ufus Woodward, William 

C. Fowler, Edward Bull, Lyman Coleman, Henry 

Dutton, Sylvester Hovey. 
Treasurer y Hon. James Hillhoiise. 
Stewards Stephen Twining, Esq. 

MEDICAL ESTABLISHMENT. 

Materia Medica &c Botany, Eneas Munson, m. d. EU 

Ives, M. D. Adjunct. 
T/ieory & Practice of Medicine^ Surgery & Obstetrics^ 

Nathan Smith, m.'d. f. r. s. 
Anatomy and Physiology, Jonathan Knight. 

ijy^ I'he Library contains about 6000 volumes* 
VACATIONS. First, 6 weeks from Commencement. 
Hecond, 2 weeks from the 2d Wednesday in Januaiy. 
Third, from the 1st Wednesday in May, 4 weeks. 

Commencement is on the 2d Wednesday in Sept. 

Phi Beta Kafifia, Alfiha of Connecticut. 
Anniversary the day before Commencement at Yale 
College. lion. David Daggett, President. 

Bronvn University at Providence. 
Founded by Charter, 1764. Organized at Warren, 
1765. First Commencement (at Warren) 1769. Re- 
moved to Providence, 1770. Occupied as a hospital 



■130 Dartmouth College at Hanover, 

from 1776 to 1782. Received its present designatioaj J 
1804. Medical school commenced, 1810. 

PRESIDENTS. 

1765 Rev. James Manning, d d. Died 1791 

1792 Rev. Jonathan Maxcy, d. d. ^Resigned ISaj 
1802 Rev. Asa Messer, s. t. u. ll. d. j 

The Corpnration is composed of 12 Fellows, and 36 I 
Trustees. The former have exclusively the power of j 
conferring degrees. In all other acts, the two bodies ; 
have concmTent jurisdiction. 

PRESENT FELLOWS. 

Rev. Asa Messer, D.D. LL. D. P?'efiident, ex of^c\o» 
Hon. David Howell, ll. D.Solomon Drown, m.b. RoI>- 
•ert Rogers, Esq. James Brown, Ksq Rev. iienry 
Wight, Rev. Thomas Baldwin, d. d. Samuel Eddy, 
XL. D. Nathaniel Searle, ir- Esq. Rev. Henry Edes, 
Rev. Nathan B. Crocker, Rev. Lucius Boljes. 

Trustees^ Right Rev. Alexander V. Griswold, d. n, 
ChancdloTi and 35 others. 

PROFESSORS. 

Professor of Laiv, Hon. David Howell, ll. d. 
Prof, of Moral Philos^ A/e/a/z/r.Rev.Calvin Park.s.TBM 
Prof. of Materia Mrdica & .Bo;f(7wz,',Solomon Drown, m.d. 
Prof, of Anatomy 8c Surgery, VVilliam Ingalls, m. d. 
Prof of Theory &c Practice of Med.Levi VVheaton, m. d. 
Prof, rf Oratory & Belles Lettres^ Hon. Tristram Bur- 
gess. A M 
ProftsHor of Chemistry, John D'Wnlfe, a. m. 
Prof of Math. & Nat. Philoaophysi^^iGv Adams, a.m. 
Tutor and Librarian, Horace Mann, a» b. 
Tutor, Enoch Sanford, a. b. 

Precefi.rfthe Gruinmar SchooLR&\ JesseHartwell,A.B. 
Commenctment is on the 1st Wednesday in September. 
Mtdical Lectures commence on the 3d Wednesday of 

November. 
VACATIONS First, 3 weeks from Commencement. 
Second, 8 weeks from the last Wednesday in December. 
Third, 2 wctks from the 3d Wednesday in May. 

Dartmouth College at Hanover., JV. H, 

Founded in 1769. 

Phillifis Prof, of Theology, Rev. Roswcll Shurtle^A.M, 



Middlebury College, Vermont. J38 

! P^^f' of Math, & Nat. Philoao. Ebenezer Adams, a.m. 

Prqfesaor of Languages, VVm. Chamberlain, jr. a m^ 

ProfofQ'kem. Min. &;c J. F. Dana, m.d. 

Prof.qfSur^. Obst. & Leg. Med. R. D. Mussev, M- d. 

Prof, of Theory & Prac cf Physic, Mat. Med.'&c Sot- 
any^ Daniel Oliver, m. d. 

Prof, of Anatomy 6^. Physiology, Usher Parsons, m.d. 

Professor of Anatomy & Surgery., Amos I'witcl^eli, a.m. 

Professor of Rhetoric and Oratory ^ Charl'^s B. Had- 
dock, A. M. 
Commencement is on the Wednesday preceding the 

last Wednesday in August. 
VACATIONS. First, 4 weeks from C'^mm.encement* 

— From the first Monday in January 7 weeks — And 

fiTim the Thursday next preceding the last Wednesday 

in May, two p.nd a half weeks. 

itT^ I'he Libraries contain about 12000 volumes. 

Moor*s Charity School, connected with the College. 
Preside7it, . 



Phi Beta Kajifia. Alfiha ofA'ew-Hamfiahire. 
, Preside7it, Mills Olcott, Esq. 

Ainiivetsary at Hanover, the day preceding Com- 
mencement. 

University of Vermont. 
Established at Burhngton, 17'91. 
President, 



Middlebury College^ ( Vermont. J Incor. Nov. 1, 1800. 
President. Rev. Joshua Bates, n. D. 

Prqf-r.sor of La'W, Nathaniel Chipman, ll. d 

Pr'fasorof Math. 5c Nat, Ptrilosofi/iy, Fred. Hall, a.m. 

Pr'jf'si'or of Divinity, He^^ John Hough, a. m. 

Pr^jftssor of Learned Languages, Robert B. Pat- 
ton, A. B. 

Professor of Chemistnj.^^wh^n'D Mussey, M. d. 

Tnf.orf(^ Jonathan C Southmayd, Hemnn Ror.J. 
vACATi o X s. First. 4 weeks from Comm.encement. 

Secorid, 7 weeks from the first Wednesday in January. 

Thri'd, 2 weeks from 3a Wednesday in May. 
Commencement is on the 3d Wednesday 'in August. 



13^ Colleges. 

Prmccton College^ J^eio Jersey^ 
Founded A. D. 1738, and caUed Nassaa-HaU, 

Inducted. presidents. Died or Re&igne^; 

1746 Rev. Jonathan Dickinson, a. m. 1747 

1748 Rev. Aaron Burr, a. m. 1757 

1757 Rev. Jonathan Edwards, a.m. 1758^ 

1759 Rev. Samuel Dayies, a. m. 1761 

1761 Rev. Samuel Finley, d. d. 1766 

1768 Rev. John Witherspoon, d. d. ll. d. 1795 
1795 Rev. Saml. Stanhope Smith,D.D. ll.d. 1812 
1812 Rev. Ashbel Green, u. Dj ll. d. 

Prof, of Lav g. & Bdks Letters^ Philip Landsly, a. m. 

Professor of Mat hematic ks, Henry Vethake, a. m. 

Professor of Chemistry ^ Exfi, PhiU and jVat, Hins, 
Jacob Green, a. m. 
The Commenoement is oa C}i$ last Wednesday in 

September. 

VAC A T I o N s. From Comoaencement sis weeks, and 

in the spring, four weeks, immediately preceding the 

eleventh of May. 

South' Carolina College, 
President^ Thomas Cooper, a. m. 
Professor of LanguugeSy Thomas Park, A, M. 
Professor of Logic and Moral Philosofihy^ Rev. Beti' 
jamin I^. Montgomery. 

Jiamilton College, Clinton, Oneida County , (JST, Y.J' 
Founded 1815. 
Rev. Henry Davis, d. d. Praskient, 
Prof. (fMath. & j\at, Philoso. Theodore Strong, a. m* 
Professor of Languages, Seth Norton, a. m. 
Prof of Cjienustry & Mineralogy ^ Josiah Noyes, m. ». 

ConHnencement, fourth Wednesday in August. 

vacations. Fir^t, 6 weeks from Commencement. 
Second, 5 weeks from 2d Wednesday in Januan*. , 
Thirds 4 weeks from the 2d Wcfhiesday in May. 

Union College^, Schenectady^ (A''. Y,J 
Eiiphalec Nntt, d. d. President. 
Pi'^f ofLegic 6c Moral PhUoaolihy, Audi-ew V"ates,D.D ^' 
Prof o/ Math. 8c Aat. Philoso, Thos. McAuley, tL. n 



Theological Institution, Andoven 133 

*ro feasor of Chemistry y 

Wof of the French Lani^uage, 

*Tof. of Languages, Robert Proudfit, a. m. 

•ecturtr of Chemistry \S Mineralogy ^ J. B. Nott, a. M. 

\toT^ Alonzo Potter, a.m. 

Commencement 4th Wednesday in July. 
VACATIONS. Firsts 7 weeks from Commencement, 
econd^ 3 weeks in Decemb. Thirds 3 weeks in Aprir'. 

Phi Beta Kufifia, 
Presidgyit, Hon. Stephen S. Van Renssalaer. 
Vice-President, Rev. Thomas McAuley. li.. d. 
Corresponding- Secretary, Rev. Andrew Yates, d. d. 
Judge of Cc?n/}osiiim^ Rev E Nott. d.d, 
Treaitj/rery Alonzo Potter, a. m. 
Recording Secretarif, Joel B. Nott, a. m. 
Register, Giles F. Yates, Esq. 

heological Institution^ dndover. Founded A.D. 180r, 

board of trustees. 
President, Rev. Eliphalet Pearson, ll. d. 
Clerks Mark Newman, Esq. 
Treasurer, S^^muel Farrar, Esq. 
His Honor WilMam Pl.iilips, Rev. Jedidiah Morse 
D . Hon. John Phillips, of Boston, Hon. Jo?*iah Quincv' 
3v. Daniel Dana, d. d. Rev. Abiel Holmes, d. d. John 
iam s. A.M. Samuel H. W -Hey, Esq. Jonathan Phil- 
'S, Esq. Rev. Justin Edwards. 

BOARD OF VISITORS. 

president, William Bartlet, Esq. 
Secretary, 

Moses Brown, Esq. Flon. George Bliss, Rev. Calvii* 
lapin, D. D. 

PROFESSORS. 

irtletProf of Sac, Rhetoric, Rev. Eben, Porter, d n 
^bot Prof.Chrktlan Theolo. Rev. LennardWonds,D d 
■soc. Prof Sacred Literature, Rev. Moses Stuart. 
ofessorcf Ecclcsiasfical Hi'storn, J. Mur.!ock, d. d. 
VAC AT I o N s . First, 6 weeks from the first 'Fhurs- 
y m May. Seco7id, 6 weeks Irom the 4th Thursday 
cseptember. 

M 



134 Academy of Arts & Sciences, &c. 

Amherst Collegiate Chanty Institution. 
Prefty'denr, Rev. Zephaniah Swift Moore, d. n. . 
Prof.of Math.^ Kat.Philo<iO. Rev. GnmalielS.Olds.A.w 
Professor of Langua^^es, Joseph Easterbrook, a. m. 
Pref. of the Oritntal Language s,^G.\,lQi^2&Y:\x\%,K.Vi\ 
Treasurer y J-^hn Leland» Esq. 
Financier, Rufus Graves, Esq. 

Charity futul §50,000. 

OVERSEERS OF SAID FUND. 

Henrv Gray, Esq. of Boston. 
Gen, Salem Town, jr. of Charlton. 
H. Wright Strong, JEsq. of Amherst. 
Rev. Heman Humphrey, of Pittsfield. 
Rev. Theophilus Packard, of Shelbarne. 
Rev. Thomas Snell, of "North-Brookfield. 
Rev. Luther Sheldon, of EasVon. 



American Education Society. 
Instituted August 29, 1815. 
President. His Honor WiUiam Phillips. 
Vice-President. Hon. William Bartlet. 
Clerk^ Rev. Asa Eaton. 
Treasurer. A. P. Cleaveland, Esq. 
Auditor, Plinv Cutler, Esq. 
Directors, Rev. Abiel Holmes, d. d. Rev. Ebenezi 
Porter, d. d. Rev. L.Woods, d. d. Rev. Asa Euol 
Rev- Sereno E. D wight, Rev. Mr. Fay, Rev. 3Mil 
Storrs. 

American Academy of Arts and Sciences. 

Incorporated May 5, 1780 

Yearly meeting for choice of oflicers, 4th Tues. in Mf .' 

President, Hon. John Quincv Adnms. 

Vice-President, John T. Kirkland, d. d. m. d. 

Prcordif!g- Secretary^ John Farrar, a.m. Prof. Mat i 

Correfipondin ^-Secret or u, Hon. J'^siah Quincv. 

Trca^nV'T. Thomas L. Wintiirop, Esq. 

Vice-Treasurer. J-^cob Rigelow, m. d. 

Z/6'flr/,7n, William S.Shaw, Esq. 

Cabinet- Kee/ir'-, John Gorham, m. n. 

Counsellors, Hon. Geor.^e Cabot, Rev. Jfimes Fr c 
man, d.d, Aaron Dexter, -t, d. H'^n. John Davis, \i ' 



Massachusetts Medical Society, I3b 

ev. Henry Ware, d. d. Hon- Thomas Dawes, Will- 
m D. Peck, Prof. Nat. Hist. Hon. Josiah Quincy, Hon. 
.'athaniel Howditch, Hon. John Pickerine:. 
Comm'utee of Publication^ Rev. Dr. Kirkland, Rev. 
ir. Freeman, Hon. Natlianiel Bowditch, Professors 
Villard and Farrar. 



Massachusetts Medical Society. 
Incorporated November 1, 1781. 
k.nnnal meeting held in Boston, on the 1st Wed. in June, 
Officers elected in June 1821. 

President, Joshua Fisher, M. d. 
Fice- President, Thomas Welsh, m. d. 
Corre nf landing- Si c^ry, John C VVanen, m. d. 
Recording-Sec'^ry. Ji'hn Dixwell, m. d. 
Treasurer^ John Gorham, M. d. 
Librarian^ John Randall, m. d. 

'Jensors/or the Society at large, and for the first Med- 
ical District of the State, 
James Jackson, m.d. John Dixwell, m. d. John G. 
Zoffin, M. D. Jolui C. Warren, m. d. James P. Chap- 
in, m. d. 

Censors for the secojid Medical District. 
Hon. Oliver Fiske, Abraham Haskell, m.d. Jonathan 
)sgOi d, M D. Auslm Flint, John Green. 

Censoi'sfor the third Medical Distinct. 
Elihu D wight, William Hooker, Joseph H. Flint, 
Jtephtn W. Williams, David Hunt 

Censors for the fourth Medical District. 
Hugo Burghardt, m. d. Asa Burbank, Daniel Collins, 
benjamin Rogers, Henry W. Childs. 

The first Medical District of the State, includes the 
^ounries ot Suffolk, Essex, Middlesex, Norfolk, Bris- 
:ol, Plymouth, Barnstable, Dukes Co. and Nantucket, 
rhe second Medical District includes the County of 
Worcester. The third Medical District includes the 
bounties of Franklin, Hampden, and Hampshire. The 
ourth Medical District includes the County of Berk- 
ihire. 



136 Massachusetts Medical Society, 

By an Act of the Legislature of this CoramanwealthJ 
passed February 19, 1819, it is provided. That no per-1 
Bon entering upon tiie practice of Phvsic or Surgery, 
after the first day of July, 1819, shall be entitled to the i 
benefit of law for the recovery of any debt or fee ac- 
cruing from his professional services, unless he shall, I 
previously to rendering those services, have been li- 
censed by one of the toregoing Boards of Censors, oi 
shall have been graduated a Doctor of Medicine ir 
Harvard University. 

Counsellors of the Society. 

Suffolk^ Drs. David Townsend, Thomas Welsh,, 
Aan)n Dexter, William Spooner, Asa BuUard, John G J 
Coffin, John Dixwell, James Jackson, John C. Warren,. 
John Gorham, Jolin Randall, Thomas J. Parker, Geo 
C. Shattuck, Horace Bean. 

Essea;, Drs. Edward A. Holyoke, Joshua Fisher 
Benjamin L. Oliver, John D. Treadwell, Oliver Pres-^ 
fott. James Gardner, Nehemiah Cleaveland, Nathan t 
iel Bradstreet. I^ichard Hazeltine. 

Middlesex^ Drs, Isaac Hurd, Joseph Fiske, AmoH 
B^ncrott, Calvin Thomas, Abiel Hey wood, Ruius Wy 
man, James P. Chaplin, Thomas Bucklin, Samueli) 
Manning. ; 

Worcester, Drs. Oliver Fiske. Abraham Haskell I 
Auscin Fhnt, Jonachan Osgocxl, Scephen Batcheller, jr. , 
John Green, Peter Snow, Daniel Thurber. 

Hainfishire, Drs. Elihu Dwight, Enos Smith, WilU 
lam Hoakei-, Joseph H. Flint, Seth Lathrop, Alpheusj 
F. Stone, Stephen W. Williams. i 

^ Berkshire ^Uvs. Hugo Burghardt, Asa Burbank. Dan-^ 
lel Colhns, Benjamin Rogers, Henry W. Childs. 

/Norfolk, Drs Amos Holbrook, John Bartlett, AbijaU 
Richardson, Nathaniel Milier, Robert Thaxter. 

Plymouth, Drs. James Thacher, Hector Orr, Cusbil 
ing Otis. 

Bristol, Drs. Benjamin Billings, George Leonard. 



Officers of Worcester District Society. 
Annual meeting for choice of Officers held in Wor 
cester, on Wednes. next succeeding 3d Mond. in June 
President, Abraham Haskell, m, d, of Lunenburg, 



American Antiquarian Society. 137 

Vice-President, Austin Flint, of Leicester. 
Secretary y John Green, of Worcester. 
Treasurer, Oliver Fiske, of do. 

Massachusetts Historical Socitty. 
instituted at Bcston, Jan. 1791. Incorp. Feb. 19, 1794. 

Statute Meetings, last Thursdays of Jan. April, and 
Dct. and the day'before Commenc. at Harvard Coll. 

Fresident, Hon. John Davis, l i.. d. 

Recording Secretary, Rev. Charles Lowell. 

Corresfionding Secretary, Abiel Holmes, d. d. 
Trees, James Savage ,Esq. /J/^rar2a;2,Elisha Clap, a.m. 

Cabinet Kecfier. Redford Webster, Est}. 

Standing Commitce^ Thomas L. Winthrop, Esq. 
lames Freeman, d. d. Rev. John Pierce, William 
Fudor, Esq. Francis Gray, Esq. 

American Antijuarian Society. 
Incorporated October 24th 1812. 
Yearly meeting for the choice of Officers, &c. 23d of 
October, (the day on which Columbus tirst discovered 
America,) and when the same shall fall on Sunday, 
rhen on the Monday following. At this meeting a pub- 
lic address is delivered. 
President, Isaiah Thomas, ll. d. Worcester Mass. 
Vice-Presidents, Rev. Aaron Bancroft, d. d. Wor- 
cester, His Excellency DeWitt Clinton, N. Y. 
CounscUors. 
Massachusetts, Hon. Edward H. Robbins, Benjamin 
Russell, Esq. Rev. Wm. Jenk'j. Rev. Charles Lowell, 
Thomas L. Winthrop, Esq. Hon. Oliver Fiske, Abi- 
jah Rigelow, Hon. Levi Lincoln, Samuel Jennison, Ed- 
ward b. Bangs, Rossetter Cotton, Escjrs, 
Maine, Hon. Mark Lan^don Hill. 
A'lew Hampshire^ Hon. VA^illiam Plummer. 
Co?m(°ct'Vw/', Benjamin Silliman, Esq. Prof. Yale Col. 
Rhode Island, Thomas L. Holsey, Esq. 
.Vermont, Hon Elijah Paine, r.L. d. 
J^eiv York, Hon. Samuel L. Mitchell, Hon. Stephen 

Van Rensellaer. 
J^''eiv Jen^ey, Rev. Samuel Miller, D.n. Prirceton Col. 
Pennsylvajiia, Peter S. l)u Ponceau, Esq, Rev. 
Timothy Alden, President of Alleghany College, 
Marvland, John Leeds Bozman, Esq. 
M 2 



tSS Academies in Massachusetts. 

District ofColumbia^ Hon. George W. P. Curtis. 

North Carolina^ Hon. William Gaston. 

South Carolina^ Hon. C. C. Pinckney, l. l. d. 

Geergia^ Hugh McCall, Esq. 

Kentucky, Rev. Horace Holley, Pres. Transyl. Col^ , 

Ohio, Daniel Drake, m.d. Samuel Hildreth, m.d. 

Tennessee, Moses Fiske, Esq. 

Louisiana, Hon. James Brown. 

Alabama, Col. Silas Dinsmoor. 

Missouri^ Hon. William Clarke. 

Librarian i^ Cabinet Keeper, Samuel Jennison, Esq, 

Recording Secretary, Rejoice Newton, Esq. Wor. 

Assistant Recording Secretary, James C. Merrill, 
JLsq. Boston. 

Corresponding Secretaries, Rev, Thaddeus M. Har- 
ris, D.D. Dorchester, Rev. Abiel Holmes, d. d. Cam- 
bridge, Simuel M. Biirnside, Esq. Worcester. 

Treasurer, Nathaniel Maccarty, Esq, Wor. 

Commit Cee for Publication, Rev. Aaron Bancroft, d.d, 
Rev. William Jenks, Samuel M. Burnside, Esq. Edvv, 
D. Bangs, Esq. Samuel Jennison, Esq. 



ACADEMIES IN MASSACHUSETTS. 
^^/lUl'ps Academy, at Andover. Incorp. Oct. 4, X780 I 

TRUSTEES. 

president, Rev. Eliphalet Pearson, ll.d. of Andover 

Clerk, Mark Newman, Esq. of Andover. 

Treasurert Samuel Farrar, Esq. of Andover. 

His Honor v^^illlam Phillips, Boston ; Rev. Jededial 
Morse, d o. Hon. John Phillips, Boston ; H(m. JosialJ 
Qtiincy, Boston ; Rev. Daniel Dana, d d. Newbury- 
port; Rev. Abiel Holmes, d d. Cambridge ; Johi 
Adams, a m. Andover; Samuel H. Walley, Esc)< 
Boston; Jonathan Phillips, Esq. Boston; Rev. Justin 
Edwards, Andover, 

INSTRUCTORS. 

Principal, John Adams, am. 

Assistants, Jonathan Clement, a, b. Pinckng 
Spring, A, c. Samuel Phillips, a, b. 

Tecicher of Penmanship, James Howe, a. e. 

Teacher of Sacred Musick^ Ralph Cushman, a. b. 
JOfumrner Academy at NriVburUf Pr^cf/?^or,5Nehemia 
Cleavland, a. m. 



Academies in Massachusetts. \S6 

jljnherst Academy. 
J^reident, Rev, Zephaniah S. Moore, d d. 
Vice-President, Kev. Daniel x\. Clark. 
Secretary^ Riifus Graves, Esq. 
Treasurer^ Dorton Rufus Cowls. 
Frincifial Instructor, Gerard H. HaUoj:k, a.b> 
Assistant Instructor, Zenas Clap, a. b. 
Prece/Uressy Miss Sarah Sophia Strong, 
Salem Street Academy, Boston. 
Rev. Asa Eaton, President. 
Crustees, John Rice, Thos, Clark, BerJ. Smith, Esqra. 
Secretary, James W. Burclitt. 
Treasurer, Thomas CUrk. 
Benjamin Huntoon, Precefitor* 
Hofikinst at Hadley, Rev. Worthington Smith, a.m Pre. 
Giles C. Iveilogs;, Assistant, 
Eiiza Merrill, 1^ re cep tress, 
ylonson. Rev. Simeon Cokon, Preceptor. 
Yorthficld, Emerson Davis, Preceptor. 
Uxbr'idge, Abiel Jacques, Precepcor . 
Saiukuich Acadenuj. 
f^resident. Rev. Ezra .^. Goudwin. 
Treasurer^ Melatiah Bourne, Esq. 
Secretary, Seth F. Nye, Esq. 
Preceptor, Warren Goddard, a.m. 
Prectiitress, Miss Sarah Shaw. 
Taunton, John Goldsbury, Preceptor. 

Joanna lillinghast, Preceptress, 
Billerica, John F. Tiltou, Preceptor. 
Wrentban:^ Dai/s, Elisha Andrews, Preceptor. 
liridgewcitery Rev. Beujamin F. Farnsworlh. Precept. 

do. E. Parish,) Miss C , Adams, Precepuess. 
/iugusta Fetnale. Founded 1815, by Hon. Daniel Cony. 
Derby Academy, Hini^ham. 
Rev. Daniel Kimball, a.m. Preceptor. 
Miss Tillinghast, Preceptress. 
Leicester Academy, at Leicester. Funds, SU.OOO. 
PreAdenty Rev. Aaron Bancroft, d.d. of Worcester. 
Secretary, Rev. Jv^nn Nelson. 
Treasurer, Hon. Abijah Bigelow, of Worcester, 
Priyicifial Instructor, John Richardson, a.m. 
Preceptor of the English department ^\i\z.VGd,^t^»^mi\\i, 
and 15 1 rustees. 



1^0 Boston Marine Society. 

Linnean Socirtij of Mw- England. 
Instituted 1814. Incorporated June, 1819. 

President. Jacob Bigelow, m. d. 

Vice-President^ Francis C. Gray. Esq. 

Correyfionding Secretary, J W Webster, m. d. 

Recording Secretary, Enoch Hale, M. D. 

CabtJiet Keefier. John Jeffries, m. i>. 

This Society is instituted for the cultivation of Nat- 
ural History. Their Museuni is extensive, and kept- 
in a Hall over Bovlston- Market. Gentlemen through- 
out the country are infornned that any specimens lefi 
with the keeper at Boylston Hall, Boston, will be thank 
fully received and duly preserved. ^ 

Massachusetts Humane Society at Boston. 
Incorporated Feb. 23, 1791. Officers chosen 2d Tues- 
day in December. 

President, Aaron Dexter, Esq. m. ». 

/Vr6? Vice- President, Hon. Thomas Dawes. 

Second Vice-President, Hon. VVm. Spooner, M. d. 

Treasurer, Ephr lim Ellio;. _ , , 

Corresfionding Sec'ry, Rev. Charles Lowell. 

i?ecorrf2we-HSt=cV/y, Charles Davis, Esq. , 

Trustees, Samuel Parkman, Esq. Captani Benjamii 
Kich, Jonathan Amory, jr. Esq. John C. Warren, m.d 
Bryant P. Tilden. 

Merrhnack Humane Society at .Neivhuryfio'^t. 

Instituted in 1802. Incnrporated March 7, 1804. 
Officers aniiuallv chosen on the 1st Tuesday in beptem. 

President, William B -rtlet, Esq. 

Vice-Prtddc7it, Thomas M. Clark, Esq. 

Treasurer, Jonathan Gage, Esq,^ 

Recording Sec^rv, Jeremiah P- Toppan. ; 

Corr^ standing Sec'ry, Rev. Jan^.es Morss. ; 

Boston Marine Society. 

Instituted 1742. Incorporated 1754. 

Officers elected on the 1st Tuesday in November. 

Nehemiah Parsons, Presid. | Joseph ^ ^,^en'l reasorej. 

William Sturjris, Vice do. | 1 homas Er^h^i, Sec r . 

Trustees Tristram Barnard, John Holland, Join 

Wood, Tonathan Chapman, Benjannn Smith, Ber.jamii 



Chayltable Sacieties. Hi 

dch, Winslow Lewis, Joseph Ripley» WilUam Lan- 
er^ James Freeman. 

^ Committee of Relief , Thomas W. Ward, Nathaniel 
'urtis, Benjauiin Switt, jo^seph West, Joan Crutt. 

Coinmutee of Observatim of the ivla^nctic jVeedle^ 
nd Marine ImfiroveinemSy VViiliam Scurgis, Thomas 
V. Ward, Benjamin Smith. 

Committee to regu'.ate Filots, John [Holland, Benja* 
am Rich, Benjamin Smith, William Sturgis. 
^ Committee of Accounts^ George Beuiune, Edward 
>uft, ,'Viiliam 6tiuTim!n. 

IVardens and Stewards^ Nathan Bridge, Charles 
iradoury, ZeOa Cuok, jr. 

Port yyurdtns, Benjamin Smith, John Craft. 

Salem Marine Society, 
Instituted March 25, 1766. Incorporated in 1771. 
Orficers elected on the last Thursday in October* 
Master^ Captain Peter Lander. 
Treasurer, Jonathan Gardner. 
Clerky Nathaniel Knight. 

Salem East India Marine Society. 
nstituted in Nov. 1799. incorporated March 3, 1801. 
Officers elected on tne 1st Wednesday in January. 

President^ Nathaniel Bowditch. 
Inspector (ftUe Journals^ Georj^e Cieaveland. 
Secretary, Nathaniel L. Rogers. 

jVewburyfiort Marine Society. 
nstituted Nov. 13, 1772. lacjrporatedOct. 11, 1777.. 
Officers elected on the last i'hursday in November. 
President y Nicholas Johnson. 
Vice- President, Abraham Wheelwright. 
Secretary y Peter Lebreton. 

Marblehead Marine Society. Incorp. Feb. 11, 1799, 
President^ John Badey, Esq. 
Secretary, Isaac Mansfield, Esq. 



Massachusetts Congregational Charitable S<iciety. 

Annual meeting on the xVlonday preceding the Gen- 
rai Election. 

[Tots Society w as incorporated 24th- of March, 1786 ; 
tor the humane and benevolent purpose of aftbrding 



142 Charitable Societies. 

relief and suppoi t to the widows and children of de- 
ceased ministers. The members may not exceed thir- 
ty of the cler^v and laity in equal proportion."] 

president^ His Honor William Pliillips. 

Vice-President, Rev. David Osgood, d d. 

Treasurer, Eliphalet Porter, d. d. 

Secretary, Levi Hedge, Esq. 

Massachusetts Charitable Society. 
Founded September 6, 1762. I'xorp. March 15, irSO 
Annual meeting for cuoice of Officers the first Mon- 
day in September. 
President^ Dea. John Simpkins. 
Vice President, Thomas Melvill, Esq. 
Treasurer^ Geoi'^e Hallet. 
Secretary y George Hnmer. 

Trustees^ The President, Vice-President, and Sec- 
retary, ex officio. James Ridgway, Thomas Howe 
William C. Hunneman, Samuel Hewes, Jonathan Stod 
der, John Tuckerman. 

M^8sengei\ John Low. 

Boston Medical Di^fiensary. 
Instituted October, 1796. Incorporated Feb. 26, 1801 
Officers elected on the Sd Thursday in October. 
Chairman, His H'^nor William Phillips. 
Treasurer^ Mr. Gideon Snow. 
Secretary ^ Thomas A. Dexter, Esq. 
Consulting Physic-^ h^rcm D-xter, m. d. 
ians. C William Spooner, m. d. 

( J. W. Webster, m.d. South DisW 
„, .. iC.Robbins jr. M.D. Eastern Dis'< 
Visiting Physicians. < ^^^^ ^ Doane , m.d. N >rth. Dis 
( J. B Spooner, m. d. West. Dis i 
( William B. White,SouthernD»9' 
1 Terence Wakefield, East'rnDis^ 
J/iothecartes. < Robert Fennellv, Nothern Dis^ 
( DanielHenchman, WesternDis i 
Managers, Hon. William Phillips, Thomas Baldwi ], 
D. D. Samuel Snelling, Joseph Coolidge, |Samuel H. 
Walley, Edward Tuckerman, Benjamin West, E( * 
^vard Phillips. Isaac Winslow, Joseph Tilden, Rev. He - 
ry Ware, Thomas A. Dexter. 



Charitable Societies. 143 

The Managers meet quarterly, en the 2d Friday in 
fanuary, Apnl, July, and October, at the Hall ot the 
iVlassachusetts Bank. 

Massi. Charitable Mechanic Association, at Boston. 
Instituted March 15, 1795, Incorporated Mar. 8, 1806. 
Officers elected October 3, 1821, for three years. 
Freaidenty John Cotton.. 
Vice-President, John Doggett. 
Treasurer, Joseph Levering. « . . , t.t 

Trustees, Tiiomas Hut-ihes, Stephen Fairbanks, Na- 
thaniel Faxon, George Darracott, Benjamin Darling, 
Ephraim Marsh, Benjamin Russell, Joseph Jenkins, 
Francis Jackson. 

Charitable Iriih Socirtij, at Boston. 
Instituted March, 1737. Incorporated Feb. 2v>, 180^. 
Yearly meeting for choice of OfHcers, 17th ot March. 
President, James Magee, Esq. 
Vice-President, John McNamara. 
Treasurer, Peter Fiiiegan. 
Kee/ier of the Silver Key, A. Dunlap, Esq. 
Secretary, J. Webh, Esq. 

Boston Kfiiscofial Charitable Society. 
Instituted 1724. Incorporated Feb. 12, 1784. 
President, John S. J. Gardiner, d. d. 
Treasurer, Benjamin Greene, Esq. 
Secretary, John Head, jr. 

Boston Socieli/for the BeHgious and Moral lH8trt{C- 
tion of the Poor. Incorporated 1820. 
President, Josiah Salisbury, Esq. 
Vice-President, Samuel Hubbard, Esq. 
Srcretary, Rev. William Jenks. 
Treasurer., Mr. Thomas Vose. 
Managers, Dta. Kathan Parker, Mr. Samuel T. 
Armstrong, Jeremiah Evarts, E^q. Mr. Henry Homer, 
' Dea. John C. Proctor, Mr. Pliny Cutler, Mr. Josiah Via- 
'ton, jr. Mr. Cliarles Cleavelancl, Mr, Samuel Train. 

Roxbury Charitable Society. 
Instituted Jan. 1794. Incorporated Feb. 26, 1799. 
Yearly m eting for choice of Officers, 2d Wednesday 
' iaSepiembei-. 

President, Eliphalet Porter, n. d. 



i44 Charitable Societies. 

Vice-President^ John Lowell, Esq. 
Secretary^ John Lemist. 

Religious Charitable Society in Worcester County. 

President y Rev. John Crane, d. d. 

Fice-Presidrnt^ Nahum Fay, Esq. 

Secretary^ Rev. benjamin Wood. 

iVeasurer^ Rev. Joseph Goffe. 

Auditor^ Robert B. Thomas, Esq. 
Directors^ Rev. John Nelson, Rev.Ebenezer Perkins, 
Daniel Henshaw, Esq. Ebenezer Eastabrook, Esq. Rev , 
Elisha Rockwocd. 

Boston Female Asylum, 
Instituted Sept. 25, 1800. Incorporated Feb. 26, 1803, 
Officers clwsen on the last Tuesday in September. 
First Directress, Mrs. S. Parkman. 
Second do. Mis. VV^ Thurston. 
Treasurer^ Mrs. Eleanor Davi<;. 
Eecording Secretary,, Miss AbbyL. Frothingham, 
Collecting Secretary, Miss P. L. Frothingham. 
g:f' The Asylum is kept in Essex street. 

Boston Asylum for Boys. Incorporated Feb. 24, 1814. 
President., Benjamin (ireene. 
Vice- President y Jonathan Amory. 
Treasurer^ Edward Phillips. 
Secretary, Rcbert Lash. 
Managers J Joseph Austin, Nathtn Appleton, Wil« 
liam Brown, Rev. Charles Lowell, Israel Munson, 
William H. Prescott, Andrew Ritchie, Gideon Snow, 
Benjamin West. 

Board meet 2d Monday in every month. 
(J::3=* Asylum corner of Salem and Charter streets. > 

Provident Institution/or Savings in the Townof Boston, 

Incorporated December 13, 1816. 

Office in Old Court House, Court Street. Open only 

ever)'- Wednesday from 9 to 1 o'clock. 

President., His Honor William Phillips. 

Vice-Pres'devts, John Phillips, Samuel Parkman, , 
James Perkins, John Lowell, Russell Sturgis, losiah i 
Qincy, Gardner (ireene, Redford Webster. Daniel D. ! 
Rogers, Joseph Coolidge, John Davis, Thomas L» 
Wiiiihrop, Esqrs, 



Charitable Societlejs. 14^ 

Trusteesy Jesse Putnam, John Richards, Rev. Dr. 
Baldwin, John D. Williams, John Bellows, William 
Mackay, JohnL.SuIIJvan, SimuelSnelliiig, William Lit- 
tle, John Dorr, Samuel H. Walley, Wilii iHi Hirris, 
Joseph Tilden, Gideon Snow, James T. Austin, Sam- 
uel May, Gediiey Kine;, Thomas Motley, Edmund 
Dwight, James Savage, Thomas W. Ward, Nathan 
Appleton. 
Treasurer^ Gardner Green. Secrij^ James Savage, 

Salem Institution for Savings. 
Open every Wednes. from 12 o'clock to 1 o'clock, p.m.. 
President, Edward A. Holyoke. 
Treasurer, William P. Richardson. 
Secretary, John W. Treadwell. 
Institution for Savings^ Kenuburyfiort, 
Open every Wednesday from U to 12 o'clock. 
President, W^illiani B. Banister. 
Treasurer,^ Peter Le Breton. 
Secretary, Samuel Tenney. 

Boston Fuel Savings Institution^ 
Incorporated June, 1821. 
President, Hon. Josiah Quincy. 
Vice-President., Jihn Tappan. 
Treasurer, Uea. Moses Graiit. 
Secretary^ J. P. Blanchard. 
Trustees. 



WarJs. 

1 Henry J. Oliver. 

2 Capt. Joseph l^wis. 
S John D. Dyer. 

4 Dr. John Ware. 

5 Dea. Joshua Emmons, 

6 Capt. Thomas Howe. 
Cupt. William Howe. 

7 Samuel ^. Wells. 



Wardi. 

8 Edward Phillips, Esq, 

9 John Baker. 

10 Rt. Rev. Bishop Chev- 

erus. 

11 Major Henry Purkitt. 
Eben. Parker, 

12 Josiah Stedman. 



Trustees of the Franklin Donation. 
The Selectmen of Boston, James Freeman, d. d. and 

Rev. Nathaniel L. Frothingham. 
Trustees of John Boylston's Charitable Donations for 
the benefit and sufifiort of aged floor Persons^ and of 
Orfihans and deserted Children. 
, Tke Overseers of the Poor of the Town of Boston- 
Incorporated February 3, 1803, 
N 



146 Charitable Societies. 

Massa, Charitable Fire Society. Incor. June 25. \f9i^ 

Annual meeting, 2d Friday in October. 

Semi-annual meeting, 2d Friday in April. 

President, Thomas K. Jones, E-q. 

Vice- President, James White, Esq, 

Recording Secretary, James W. Burditt. 

Corresponding Secretary, Hon. John Fhillips. 

Treasurer, Joseph Lovering, Esq. ^ , i • 

Trustees, Arnold Welles. Esq. Rev. Thomas Baldwin < 
n.n. Lynde Walter, Esq. Francis J.Oliver, Esq. Jamet 
Phillips, Esq. John Heard, jr. Esq. Joseph Callenderi 
Esq. Joseph Coolidge, Esq. 

Board qf Trustees of Donations to the Protestam 
Efiisc(^iat Church. 

Incorporated bv the State of Massachusetts, 1810. 

Pre&irfenr, Thomas L. Winthrop 

Vice-Presidents, Gardner Green, Auson G . bperry 
Thomas L. Halsey, Nathaniel Adams. 

Treasurer, u t-m i 

Vice-Treasurer, Joseph Tilden. 
Corresfionding Secretary, James C. MenUi. „ 

/?fCOrdme- 6V ere/art/, Ke V.Asa Eaten. ! 

Manauers, Rev Dr. Gardii.er, Jonathan Amory, jr^ 
Joseph Head, Lynde Walter,George Bri.iTey,John Odin 

Massa. Society for the Sufifiression of Intemfieranct ^ 
Instituted Feb. 1813. 
President, Hon. Chief Justice Parker, ll d. 
rice-jPrf5/i/<?nfs,Eliphalet Porter, d. D.Hon.WU4 
liam Prescott, ll. d \ 

Corresponding Secr'y, Elisha Clap, a. m. 
Recording Sec'ry > vvjniam Thurston, Esq. 
& Treasurer, S 

Massachusea.^ General Hospital Corfioration. 

President, His Honor William Philups, Esq. 

Vice-President, James Perkins, Esq. 

Treasurer, Nathaniel P. Russell, Esq. 

Secretrayy Henry Codman, Esq. \ 

Trustees, Joseph iMay, Daniel Sargent, Joseph Heac 
Eben Francis, Jonathan Phillips, John Belknap Josep 
rScr Richard Sullivan, Gamaliel Bradford r^air 
uef Alston; Daniel P. Parker. Thomas W. Wai.^ 
Esq'rs. 



Charitable Societies. 147 

Physician and Sufierintendant of the Asylum for the 
nsane at Charlestown^ Rufus VVyman, m. d. 
.ic/'in^ /^/zz/v.'da/i,' James Jackson, M. D. ^ 
Acting Surgeon, John C. Warren, M. d. ( Hospital 
House Afiothecary, Joshua Green, M. d. rin Boston. 
Hujifrintendant, Capt- Nathan!. Fletcher. ) . , 

Conmlting Fhyicians, Isaac Rand m. d. David 
Townsend, m D. James Mann, m. d. Thomas Welsh, 
l.D. Aaron Dexter, m. d. Wilham Spouner, 3i. d. 

Society of the Cincinnati of Massac hunetts. 
Founded A. D. 1783. Incorporated A. D. 1805. 

Otlieers eiected July 4, annually. 
President, His Excellency John Brooks, ll. d. 
Vies Preside?it, David Townsend, Esq. 
^Secretary, John Callender, Esq. 
Assistant Secretary, Thomas Jackson. 
Treasurer, Capt. Robert Williams. 
Assitant Treasurer, Capt. Adams Bailey. 



Pilgrim Society. 
Incorporated January 24, 1820. 
)fficers elected on the last Monday in May annually. 
President, John Watson, Esq. 
Recording Secretary, B. M. Watson, Esq. 
Corres/ionding Secretary, Samuel Davis, Esq. 
Treasurer, Hon. Beza Hay ward. 
Jibrariayiand ) ^^^^^ Thacher, m. d. 
Cabinet Keefier, \ ^ 
Celebration of the landing of the Pilgrims, at Piym- 
« uth, December 22d. .. 

r HoTJard Benevolent Society, 

I President, Thomas Vose, Esq. 

Secretary^ Ezra Haskell. 

Treasurer, Dea. Moses Grant. 
Standing Committee, Dea. John C Proctor, Stillman 
1 .othrop, James Clap, Joseph Urann, Wilham Adams, 
! idwp^rd Smit' , Amos Sp tiding, Josiah F. Bumstead, 
i lalph Webster, Matthias (rocker, Israel Alger, Aaron 
I Voodman, Otis Tileston, Dexter Gilbert. 
I Committee for soliciting Donations and Siib.fcriber,^^ 
I jeorge SuUivan, Esq 'Jonathan Carletou, Thomas 
i 3ean, Fra-^cis Watts, Stephen Fairbanks. 
; Audit orsy Asa Ward, Albert Hcbart. 



t46 Musical Societies.,.. Athasneums. 

Handel and Haydn Society in Boston. 
Instituted April, 1815. Incoqwrated 1816. 
This Society was instituted for the purpose of associ- 
ating together the admirers of the great masters whose i 
names they have adopted, for practice and improvencenti 
in the performance of Sacred Musick. 
The periodical meetings of the scx:iety are monthly.' 
President^ Amasa Winchester. 
Ficr-Fresidrni, John Dodd. 
'Jreasurevy Ebenezer Frothingham. 
Secretary, J. seph Lewis* 
Librarian^ Mr. Bird. 

Philharmonic Society, 
President, Gotlieb Graupner. 
Vice-President, Bryant F. I'ilden. 
Secretary, Willi.; m Coffin, jr. 
Treasurer, Matthew S. Parker. 
Trustees, John Dodd, WiUiam Rowson, Thomas 
Granger, Amasa Winchester, Ebenezer Frothingham. 

Bethoven Musical Societu at Portland. 
Instituted 18l'9. 
President, Edward Howe, Esq. 
Vice-President, Oliver Everett. 
• Secretary and Treasurer ^ Charles Morris. 

Bos: on Aihen^um. Incorporated Feb. 13, 1807. ^' 
Annual meeting for choice of Officers, 1st Mond. in Jan. 

President. Hon. Josiah Quincy. 

Vice-President, John Richards. 

Treasurer, Nath-^n Appleton, Esq. 

Secretary ajid Librarian, William S. Shaw, Esq. 

jifisistant Librarian^ Joseph Backus. 

Trustees, Hon. Joha Davis, Hon. Harrison G. Otis 
Hon.Richd. Sullivan, Peter O.Thacher, John Richards. 
Joseph Tilden, David Sears, Theodoi-e Lyman, Esqrs 

Salem Atheneunit ( Profirieters of the) 
Yearly choice of Officers, last Wednes.but one in May. 

President, Edward A. Holyoke, m. d. ll. d. 

Librarian, Thomas H. Oliver. 
.N'ewburyfiort Atheneum. Incorporated Feb. 24. 1801 

President, Rev. John Andrews. 

Secretary^ Librarian and Treasurer^ Stephen W 
Mar&ton. 



Libraries....Canal Corporation. 149 

Worcester Reading Room. ^ 

Secretary^ William Andrews. ' 



Boston Library. (Franklin Rlace.J 

Incorporated June 17, 1794. 

Nearly meeting for choice of Officers, 2d Friday in June. 

Librarian^ Charles Callender. 

Treasurer^ Charles dam malt. 

Secretary, Nathan Webb. 

Trustees, Redford Webster, Esq. Francis J. Oliver, 
isq. Augustus Peabody, Esq. Rev. Nathaniel L. Froth- 
ngham, Ephraim Eliot, Esq. William Minot, Esq. 
^emuel Shaw, Esq. Dr. John Park, Rev. Henry Ware. 

Theological Library. Incorporated June 1, 180". 

Annual meeting on the first Thursday in July. 
President, James Freeman, d. d. 
Treasurer llf Librarian, Rev. Nathl. L. Fi'othinghani . 
{Secretary, Rev. John O. Pahrey, 
The Library is kept in the Vestry of the ilrst Church, 
3hauncey Place. 

Social Larj Library. 
Nearly meeting for choice of Officers, last Wed. in Oct. 

President, William Sullivan, Esq. 

Secretary and Treasurer., A, W. Fuller. 

Trustees, Lemuel Shaw, William Minot, Samuel 
iubbard, Benjamin Rand, Octavius Pickering. 

Boston Medical Library. Instituted July 1, 1805. 

Librarian, John Randall, m. a. 

Treasurer, George, Hay ward, m. d. 

Clerk, Enoch Hale, m. d. 

Trustees, Jacob Bigelow, John Randall, George Hay- 
vard, Enoch Hale, John Ware. 
%cial Library in Anntucket. Instituted Jan. 2, 1815. 

President, John Hussey, Esq. 

Portland Lato Library. 

Treasurer ilf Libranan, Horatio Southgate, Esq. 

Secretary.) Charles S, Davis, Esq. 

Middlessx Canal Cor/iGraiion* 
President, Aaron Dexter, Esq. 
Vice-President, Benjamin Joy. 
Directors^ Joseph Hall, Joseph Coolidgq, Ebeoezer 

N 2 



150 Agricultural Societies* 

Oliver, Janathan Amory, Andrew Ritchie, J. F. BaW- • 
win, Abraham Tnuro, E. T. Andrews, Benjamin Guild, I 
Sufierincendant^ James F. Baldwin. 

Locks and Canal at Panotucket Falls, 
President, Hon. Dudley A. Tyng. ^ 

Vice-President, Nicholas Johnson, Esq. 
Clerk and Tresurer, Samuel Tenney. 

Essex Merrimack Bridge^ 
JohnPettingel, Pt-esi't. I And. Frothingham,Vice-Prcs*t 
Joseph S. Pike, Treas. \ Samuel Tenney,Proprie.Clerk, 

Plumb Jdand Turnfilke Corfioration. 
JohnPettingeUPres'c. j H. Frothingham, Clerk &;Treas.vji 

Boston Aqueduct Corfioration. Incorp. Feb. 27, 1795.iji 

Yearly meetiiig for choice of Officers, 1st Sat. in May ; \, 
quarterly, 1st Saturday in Feb. May, August and Nov, 

Presidenti Aaron Dexter, Esq. 

Vice- President, 

Treasurer iJf Secretary, Thomas A. Dexter, Esq. ^ I 

Slate-Prison at Charlestonvn, 

Directors, Eiias Phinaey^ John Soley, James T. Austin, , 

Esqrs. Salary S'^OO each per annum. . 

Warden, Gamaliel Bradford, Esc^. 1500 dols do. 

Chafilain, Rev . Wiliiam C ilier. 250 dols do. 

Phusician & 6^Mrg'.B.R.Thompson,iv^.D. 250 dols do. 

Wm.H.Lane, Clerk, §950. Wm. Going, Ketper,S500.i 

Moissacliusetts Society for firomoting Agriculture^ 
Incorporated March 7, 1792. 
Annual meeting 2d Wednedsay in June. 
President., Aaron Dexter, Esq. 
First Vice-President.^ Samuel W, Pomeroy, Esq. 
Second do, Tliomas L. Winthrop,Esq, 

Treasurer., John Prince, Esq. 
Corr^sfionding Sec'ry., John Lowell, Esq. 
Recording Sec^ry, Richard Sullivan, Esq. 
Assistant Sec^ry^ Benjamin Guild, Esq i 

Trustees, Josiah Quincy, E. Derby, S. G. Perkin^J 
Gorham Parsons, John Welles, Peter C. Brooks, Esqrs 



Agricultural Societies, &c. 151 

Eaaex Agricultural Society. 
Fresident^ Hon. Timothy Pickering, Esq. 
Recording- Sec^ry, Benjamin R. Nichols, Esq. 
Corresfionding Sec^ry^ Hon. Leverett Sakonstall. 

Berkshire Agricultural Society. 
Presidtnt, Jonatiian Ailet), Esq. 
Corresp. & Recording Sec'ry^ Thomas A. Gold, Esq. 

Farmers Association in Deerjield, 
President y Epaphras Hoyt. 
Recording Sec'ry 8c Treasurer, Orlando Ware, 
Corresponding Sec'ry, Elihu Hoyt. 

Worcester County Agricultural Society. 
President, Hon. Daniel Waldo. 
First Vice- President^ Stephen Williams. 
Second do Jonathan Russell. 

Treasurer, Theophilus Wheeler. 
Corresponding Sec'^ry, Hon. Levi Lincoln. 
Recording Sec'ry, Edward D. Bangs. 

' Hampshire y Franklin^ and Hampden Agricultural 
Society. 

President^ Hon. Joseph Lyman. 

Vice-Presidents, Hon. Samuel Lathrcp, Gen. Epaph- 
ras Hoyt. Charles P. Phelps, Esq. 

Corresponding S<c'ry, Hon. Jonathan H. Lyman. 

Recording Sic'ry, Jdseph Strong, Esq, 



Salaries of sundry Queers in Massachusetts Govern- 
ment, 

Governor, - - - , jg3600,67 

Lit'Utenant-Gov-crnor, - - - ^ - - - 533,33 

Chief Justice of the S. J. Court, 3500,00 

Fourother Justices of S.J. Court, each - - - 3000,00 

Treasurer, --------- 2000,00 

Secretary, - .,----.- 2C00,00 

Reporter of Decisions in S. J. Court, - - - - 1000,00 

Adjutant-General, 2000,00 

Attorney-Genei-al, - - -.,-.- 2000,00 
iJolicitor-GeneraJ, -------- 2000,00 

. Counsellors, Senators, and Representatives, two dollars each for each 
day's attendance, and two dollars for eveij ten miles travel.-^P resident 
ofthe Senate and Speaker ©fti^e House, tour dollars i>er day for each 
day's attendance. 



162 Town Officers in Boston. 

TOWN OFFICERS IN BOSTON. 

Selectmen. 
Eliphalet Williams Abram Babcock Jeremiah Fitch 
Daniel Baxter Samuel Billings Samuel A. Wells 
Jonathan Loring Robert Fennelly ? 

Chairman of the Sdectmen^ Eliphalet Williams. gl200. 
The Selectmen meet at their room in Faneuil Hall 
every Wednesday afternoon for transacting the pruden- 
tial affairs of the town ; and on the first day of every 
month for the purpose of examinmg and allowing ac- 
counts against the town, which may be presented any 
time previous. 

To-wn-Clerk, Thomas Clark.— Office, Faneuil-Hall. 
Salary, glOOO per annum. 
j^asktant Toivn-Clerky Charles Hammatt. 
Town- Treasurer and Collector of Taxts^ Turner 
Phillips. Salary, §2500 per annum, "in full for his 
services as Town Treasurer and Collector of Taxes, 
for Clerk hire and all other expenses in the delivery 
of tax bills, and collection of taxes." 
County Treasurer^ William Mackay. Salary, g 1500. 
[Offices kept in the Old State-House.] 
Police Officer, Caleb Hayward. Salary, §500. 
[Office Faneuil-Hall.] 

Overseers of the Poor. 
William Phillips Wra. Mackay Samuel May 
Redford Webster Jos. Coolidge Henry Bass 

Thomas Perkins Edward Phillips Joseph Austin 
Samuel Snelling Jonathan Phillips Gedney King 

Master oftlie Alms-House, James Phillips. 

Physician and Surgeon, Dr. E. Reynolds. 

School Committee. 
The Selectmen, together with 
Dr. Tl:omas Welsh Benjamin Russell, Esq. 

Rev. Ch irles Lowell Henry J. OHver, Esq. 

Rev. Nath, L. Frothingham Lemuel Shaw, Esq, 
Rev. John Picrpont Dr. John G. Coffin 

Francis J. Oliver. Esq. Rev. Daniel Sharp 
Williano Wells, Esq. Rev. Paul Dean 



Town Officers lu Boston. 



153 



Committee of Finance ^ The Selectmen, Overseers 
.if the Vociv, and board of HcUth. 

Auditors of AccouiV.s of ihe To%vn Treasw^er^ Ste- 
^phen Ccdman, Francis J. Ohver, and Robert G. Saaw. 
Trustees of Land on Boaton A'eck, 
Joshui Duvis, vV'l iam Dail, Barzuiti Holmes, 
I jcorge Bond, Moses WiUiams, beojauiin Rich. 

Instructors in the Pubtic Hcti^OiS. 

: ..at.Gram.Master, Benj. Apthorpoou d, Cenire School. 

linglish Classical r^chool, Geo. B. Emerson, Derne St. 

p'lliom;iS Pay so 

j B. D, bmersun 

J J Stickiiey 

I 



Sn^lish Grammar 
Masters, 



'Writing Masters, 



Nathaniel Storrs, 
, Hah j. Kdiy, 
(^Warren Peit ce, 
f Rufus \'^'ebb, 
j J'Mia Sneiiing, 
J Eben. E. Finch, 
I Elisha 'vVebj,* 



Frankha Sch. 
Acidins Sch. 
Boyiston Sch. 
Eliot Sch. 
rv)ayhew Scti. 
DerneSt. 3ch. 
Franklin Sch, 
Adams Sch. 
Boylston Sch. 
Eliot Sch. 
May hew Sch. 
Derne St.Sch. 



Benjamin Ho t, 
LJ. H. Beldier, 

• John Tileston is nominally Wriiiiig Master in the Eliot School 

Fireiuards. 
Thos. Melviil, chosen 1779 Enoch Silsby 
Stephen Codman 3798 
Daniei Messiager 1802 
Benjamin Smith 1806 

1808 

1810 

1812 

1812 

1815 

1815 

1818 

1819 

1819 

1819 

1819 



Fames Phillips 
S;imuel M. Thayer 
Joseph L >verng 
John D. Williams 
Jonathan Loring 
John Mackay 
Lemuel Shaw 
Benjamin Russell 
Thomas J Kkson 
Winslow I^wis 
Amos Binney 

Board of \ 
Firewards. _> 



Isaac Harris 
George W. Otis 
Josef) n Joues 
William Howe 
Jonathan Whitney 
Jeremiah Fitch 



1819 
1819 
1819 
1819 
1819 
1819 
1819 



Saml. Adams Wells 1819 



William Burrows 1820 

S.ml. Hitchborn.jr. 1820 

Jonathan Thaxter 1820 

George I3arracott 1820 

James Davis 1821 

EUphalet Williams 1821 

John H. Wheeler 1821 
President, Thomas Melviil, 
Secretary t Stephen Codman, 



154 Town Officers in Boston^ 

Board of Health, 
Benj.Whitman, Prca. Benja. Whitman, jr. Secretary^ . 
Ward 1 SiraoiiVVilkinson 7 Wm^ Tileston 

2 John Fenno 8 Henry Williams 

3 Darius Boardman 9 Dav.V\'. Bradlce 

4 James Davis 10 Benja. Whitman 

5 J'-el Thayer 11 David C. Mosely 

6 Geo. W.Otis 12 BarzillaiHolmes i 
Princifial Physician, Aaron Dexter, m.d. J 
Jssisfant Phy aidant 'I'homas Welsh, m.d. 
Alcssenger of the Boards Huropbrev Clark. -i 

[Health-Office in Faneviil-Hall.] 

Surveyors of Highways^ The Selectmen. 

Surveyors of Hemfi, S imuel Emmons, James Phillips. 

Surveyors of Wheats John Tuckerman, Thos. Howe. 

Assessors of Taxes, § 1000 each. 
Francis Green, Nathan Webb, Samuel M. Thayer. 

Assistant Assessors. 
Benj. Willis, President. Abraham Wild, Secretary* 

Wai'd 1 William Barry 7 Gideon Snow 

Caleb Eddy Jesse Shaw 

2 Benjamin Clark 8 Abrahana Wild 
Joseph Lewis Samuel Chase 

3 Francis James 9 Benjamin Willis^ 
John D. Dyer WiiliamTucker^ 

4 UeubenRichards 10 Jos. P. Bradlee 
James Johnson Henry Cutter 

5 Moses Grant 11 Aaron Baldwin 
Ben. Humphrey Luke Richardson 

6 Elias Haskell 12 Pay son Perrin 
Thomas Tilden Otis Everett 

Assay Masters, John Wells and Nathaniel Alley. 
Clerk and Inspector of the Market, Nathaniel Meriani, 

Cullers of Dry Fish. 
Nathaniel Howe John F. Banister William Spear 
Benjamin Clark Benjamin Owen Jacob Barstow 
Charles Pook James Brown Ebenezer Perry 

Fence Viewers. 
Nathaniel Bradlee. John Howe, jr. Roland Hartshorn. 
For South Boston^ Romanus Emerson, Abel Hewins 



Town Officers in Boston. 155 

Haywards and Hogreeves. 
rosephCabot,JohuKimbalUWm.Andrews.Royal01iver. 

Hay Wdgher, Samuel Phillips. 

Insfttctors of Stone Lime. 

Francis James, Michael Homer, Samuel Sprague. 

Constables ajipointed for one year to July, 1€22. 
ElishH Copeland, Pleas .st. Elis.V.Glover,KAllen-st . 
Solo Twi.t, 4 N.Russeil-st. Thos.Wallace 8Prince-st. 
William Brooks. Camb.st. Jason Bramin, Boylston-st. 
Jan^es Perkii^s, North-st. Ehsha Smith 
Jona.Prescott.VVilsonlane. Henry Lane, B;;;&^;^«;S^- 
Wm. Dinsmore Ebenr. Shute, 49 Ship-sl. 

Tho.Holclen,N.Bennett-st. (TeorgeRobinson,balem-st. 
Wen.R.Barker,Charles-st .Tamts Peuxe, Pitts-st. 
George Reed, George-st. JedeJi.Sawteil,Beiknap-st. 
AndnSanborn,Brighton st. Asa Prouty, 38 Brattle-st. 
jT^iahBaldwin, N.AU.n-st. AbelVVheelock 60 Myr.st. 
Horatio B iss, S. Bennet-st. Mitc. Lincoln, 1^ Back-st. 
Tob Drew, Braitle-Street. Michael Riley 
Neddy Curtis, Souih-Boston. 
Survey ord of Boay d and other Lumber. 
Nath. Br adlee Allen Bowker Moses Eavres, jr. 
VVm. Clouston Richard Thayer Oliver Mills 
Thomas Christie N-thl. Glover Charles Puttie 
Koah Doggett John HoN^'e, )r. Samnel Ellison 
William Green Edw. J Robbms VV ilham Mills 
Eleazer Homer Henry Blake RolandHartshorn 

Joseph Stodder Joseph Tucker 

Cullers of Hooli'' and Staves. 

Hemy Purkitt, Nathaniel Howe, Benjamin Clark, 

Benjamin Ower., Charles Pook, James Brown. 

Measurers of Wood. 

Nalh.Brad^ee, No. h Doggett, Nath. Glover. Moses 

Hadley, jr. Thos. Christie, Jas. Wilson, Joshua Butters. 

Sealer of Weights and Measures, S^imuel Beals.^ 

Sealer ^ Weigher of Lighters ^Boats, Caleb Loring,jr, 

Pound Keeper, Thomas Hammond, S. Boston. 

Town Crier, James Wilson, B Congress Square. 

Sur.trinttndant of the Burying Gn.und>>. 

Samuel H. Hewes, 28 Pleasar.t-St. Office Faneui.-HalU 



Ib6 Physicians and Surgeons in Boston. 

Undertakers. 
Samuel Wins1ow,I.ynn-st. ThosSouthworth, Bedf.st. 
J.Htitchinson, 27 Newb.st. Martin Smith, Prospect-st. 
JohnF.Newton Charter-st. Jackson Neal, Bcrv-st. 
Eheru Claflen, Beach-st. Joseph Wilcutt, Sea-st 
Nath!. E. Bell, Middie-st. '" " 



(;omfortClaflen,Middlest. 
Thos.Murray ,CatholicCb. i 



Jolm I^w, Lynd.' St. 

Zeal Skidmore, Nassau-st. 

Aiictioneerfi. Licensed to July, 1822. 
Samuel L. Abbot John Fairfield H J. Oliver 
David Allev Wm. Gridley, jr. Jacob Peabody 

Georsjc Bond Stephen Gibson Luther Parker 
Lemuel Blake Daniel Hersey Elisha Parker 
John A. Bacon Caleb Hay ward Moses Rogers 
James Boiirejain Samuel Flenshaw Joseph Ripley 
Theodore Barton Timo. Hathaway Frink Stratton 
Geo. G.Channing Darius Holbrook Benjamin Seaven 
John Choate David Hale, jr. William Tucker 

JDerastus Clap WilliamHartwell Samuel Torrey 
Saml. F. Coolidge Fred. Ingraham Samuel Whirwelli 
Chas. D. Coolidge Thomas K. Jones Charles Willis '^. 
J. L. Cunningham David Jones Francis VVilby 

William Dehon Samuel B. King Henry White 
Georj^e L. Deblois Ephraim Locke Fred. E. White 
P. P. F. DeGrand John Minchin Dudley Walker 
CharlesP. Dexter George Koble Satnl.G.Williams 
David Forsaith 



Commiitee c/ the Tovm on the subject of Paufierism^i 
and a House of Industry in the Town of Boston, \ 
Messrs. James Savage, Henry J. Oliver, Francis^ 

Welch, Thomas Howe, William Thurston. Abram*! 

Babcock, Samuel A. Wells, Benja. Rich, John Bel- \ 

lows, Da\ id W. Child, John French, Geo. I)arracotH 
Hon. Josiah Quincy, C'/^az>77?an. 



PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS, 

PRACTISING IW BOSTOJf. 

* Samuel Danforth, m. d. 3 Green street. 

* Isaac Rand, m. d. Atkinson street. 

* David Townsend, m. d. Boylston street. 

* Thomas Welsh, m. d. Hancock street. 

* Aaron Dexter, m. d. Milk street. 

* Willia» Spooaer, im. d. Chamber street. 



53 



Physicians and Surgeons in Boston, lb) 

* William Ingalls, M. d. Common street 

* Asa Bullard, m. d. 84 Orange street. 

* John G. Coffin, m. d. Central court. 

* Jacob Gates, 13 Franklin street. 

* John Dixwell, m. d. Howard street. 

* James Jackson, m. d. 26 Summer street, 

* Benjamin Shurtleff, m. d. 18 Hanover street.. 

* John C. Warren, m. d. 7 Park street. 

* Horace Bean, A. m, 24 Back-street. 

* John Gorham, M. d. Milk street. 

'* Thomas I. Parker, m. b. Marlboro' street. 

* John Randall, m. d. 5 Winter street. 

* Georsce C;. Shattuck, m. d. Cambridge street. 

* John B. Brown, m. d. Common street. 

* Jacob Bigelow, m. d. Summer street. 

* Walter Channing, m. d. Bedford street. 

* Peter St. Medard, 13 Backstreet. 

^ George Hayward, m. d. 66 Newbury street. 

* George Parkman, m. d. Cambridge street 

* Amos Farnsworth, m. d. Hanover street. 

* Ezekiel D. Cushing, m. d. Derne street. 

* Asa Bucknam, A. m. Cambridcre street. 

* Theodore Dexter, A. m. Middle street, 

* William B. Bradford, m. d. Green street. 

* James Mann, m. d. Newbury street. 

* Abner Phelps, m. d. Congress street. 
*'^ Samuel Clark, M. n. School street. 
Zabdiel B. Adams, m. d. Congress street. 

* Solomon D. Townsend, m. d. Middlecot street. 
Benjamin Austin, m. d. Cambridge street. 

* John Ware, m. d. 48 Hanover street. 

* David Osgood, m. d. School street. 

* Nathaniel Niles, m. d. School street. 
Samuel A. Shurtleff,M. d. Pemberton's MU- 

* Samuel Heramenwaj, Brattle square. 

* Enoch Hale, m. d. Central court. 

* Samuel Adams, m. d. School street, 

* John W. Webster, m. d. Common street. 
Edward Reynolds, a. m. Atkinson street. 
*John S. Bartlett, m. d. Court street. 
Woodbridge Strong, m. d. Cornhill. 

John Jeffries, m- d. Franklin street. 
Thomas W. Parsons, m. d. Winter street, 

* Josiah F. Flagg, m. d. Winter street 

O 



153 Banks in Massachusetts and Maine. 

Shelometh S. Whipple, at. d. Summer 6lrcet. ' 

George B. Doane, m d. Court street. 

Chandler Robbins, m. d. Summer street. 

John P. Spooner, m. d. Court street. 

Caleb H. Snow, m. d. Middle street. 

* Joseph O. Osgood, Ann street. 

CThe above are ibc members of the Boston MedJtal Atsociation,arran^r 
ed aceo.dinp to seniority. Those wiih ihis ntark • are fellovvi of tlMi 
lyiassachusetts Medical Society.] 

Rufus L. Barrus, Middle street. 
Dr. Hall, Ann street. 
John Dwight, Court street. 

Siirg-cons Dnitist. 
W. P. Greenwood, Portland street. 
Thomas W. Parsons, Winter street. 
Thomas Barnes, 15 Hanover street. 
Moses F. Randall, Summer street. 



B/VNKS IN M VSSACHUSErTS AND MAINi:. 
Branch of United States Bank, at Boston, 

Wm.Grsiy, Fresident. \ Sannuel Frothin^ham, CashitT, 
Dirrciors, Samuel Appletnn, Benjamin W. Crown- 
inshield, Jonathan M.^son, John Parker, Henry G. Uicc^ , 
Benjamin Welles, N.Bridge, G. Greene, B. Smith, Daa- 
iel Webster. 

J'lr.st Teller^ William Coffin, jr. 

/''irst Book- Keeper, John Tncksr. 

DiscGun! Clerk, Charies Harris. 

Interest Clerk, Jolin Fillcbrown, 

Alessenger, W. L. Cazneau. 

Pjor^("r, Wyman Osborn. 
Loan Of^ce Defiartment, John J. Lnring, Jolm S. Lilley. 
Steph. Codman, Kolary Public. ) Geo.^Blake, 5o/xa7o'r. 
Discount Days — Monday and Thursday. 

Massackusetts Bank, at Boston. Capital, §800,000. t 
Incorptirated June 23, 1812, to continue till Oct- 1831,1 

OfRcers elected on the 1st Wednesday in January. 
William Phillips, /^resident. \ Samuel Pay son, CawWr. ' 
Directors, Joseph Head, Aaron Dexter, WillLimj 
Parsons, Samuel H. Walley, Joseph Tilden, EdwardH 
Tuckerman, John Parker, jr. V\ illiam D. Soljier, 
William Phillips, Isaac W'iuslow, An^os Lawi^-ncc. 



Banks in Massachusetts and Maine. 159 

Paying Teller, Edward Sharp. 
Beceivinc TtUer, rhomas Hooper. 
Jnrsi Book- Ket iter, Nalhajiiei H. Furness. 
Second Book-Ktefier^ J.imts Dodd. 
Discount Clcrky John H. Bowes. , . „ ^ 
^Mcsi>cnl(er, josiah Wiilard. | Porter, Maurice Bagbec. 
JDUcount Days—Monday and 1 hursday. 

Union Bank^ at Boston. 
ICncorporated June 23, 1812, to rontinue till Oct. 1831. 
[Capital, 800,000 ] 
Directors elected on the 1st Monday in October. 
Thomas L.VVinthrop,Pr<'.9/. | Chester Adams, Cas/ner. 
Directors, John Odin, James Freeman, Wilham De- 
lon, Hatiji.un 'A Watson, Samuel Fales, W illiam 
Lovering,jr. Jonathan Amorv, jr. Ebenezer Parker, 
George Burroughs, Jeremiah Fitch, Benjamin West. 
Paying Teller, Samuel Parker. 
deceiving '/>//^r, Nathaniel H. Furness, jr. 
Pirst Book-Keefier, Nathaniel Emmons. 
Second Book-Kctfier, Johnson Jackson. 
Discount Clerk, William Furness. 
Messenger, Jonathan Trott. | Farter, Benjam. A^hite. 
Discount Days—Tuesday and Friday. 

Boston Bank. 
Incomcrated June 23, 1812. Charter to continue till 
the hrst Monday in October, 1831. 
[Capital g900,000.] 
Officers elected on the 1st Monday in October, 
johnT.Apthorp,Pr<r«J(/en;. | JosephChapman,Cai7/ifr. 
Directors, Naihan Appleton, Josinh Bradk-e, Wil- 
liam Pratt, Paschal P. Pope, Isaac C. Pray, John Rich- 
ards, Robert G. Shaw, Hichard D. Tucker, Ihomas 
Wieelesworth, Tmiothy Williams. 
Solicitor for Loans on Bonds 8c Mortgages, W.Sa\hya.n, 
Pirst Teller, Hober* Lash. 
Second do E. L. Frothin^ham. 
Pirst Book Keeper, James L. Parker. 
Second do. James C<. Wild. 

Discount Clerk, Thomas Powars. 
Messejiger, Alexander Bowers. 
Porter, John Holbrook. . 

Discount Days— Tuesday and Friday. 



160 Banks in Massachusetts and Maine. 

SiaCe Bank, at Boston. 
[Capital. Sl,800,000. I 

Incorpo. June 27, 1811. Charter to continue 20 years, j 

Officers elected on the first Monda. in October. 
William Ward, President, j George Homer, Caahier. 

Directors, Samuel Billings, Amasa Stetson, Francis t 
Welch, John Brazex', James T. Austin, David W. 
Child, Lemuel Packard, jr. Henry Gray, Amos Biu- 
ney, Benjannin Bangs, Ezra A. Bourne. 
Solicitor, James T. Austin. 
faying TeW.r, Charles Sprague. 
Receiving Teller, John Comerais. 
J^nst Book- Keeper, John Pickens, jr. 
Second do, Jonathan Call. 
Discount Clerk., Gurdon Steele. 
Messenger, Thomas Pitts. | Porter, John White. * 
Oy* Discount Days, Monday and Thursday. 

Kev)- England Bank, at Boston. 
[Capital, one million dols.] 
Nath. Goddard./'rf'fizrftfwr. | Eben. Fruthincham, CashA 
Directors, Nathaniel Gcddard, Samuel Dorr, Benja-f 
min Rich, John D. Williams, Grorge Trott, AbbotU 
Lawrence, Lemuel Shaw, OtisKverett, Henry Gassett,, 
Josiah Marshall, Francis Stanton, Henry Hall. 

Paying Teller, Thomas Wilev. 

Receiving Teller, Willard Williams. 

First Book- Keefier, John Nazro. 

Second do. Samuel Brewer. 

Discount Clerk^ Gershom Cobb. 

Assistant Clerk, Benjamin Dodd. 

Foreign Money CUrk, Ira Brown. 
Messenger, Bela Hunting. | Porter, Aaron Burbank. 

04r Discount Days, Tuesday and Frida> . 

Manufacturers and Mechanics Bank, at Boston, 
[Capital, S750.000.] 

John Phillips, President. \ James Dalton, Cashier. 

Directors, John Phillips, Ebenezer T. Andrews, 
Nathaniel Curtis, Edmund Dwight. John French, Jon- 
athan Hunewell, Tobias Lord, Israel Munson, Isaac 
Stevens, Phineas Uphain, Timothy Walker. Thomas 
B. Wales. 



Banks in Massachusetts and Maine, 161 

Teller^ Simon E. Greene. 
Book-Ket'pt-r, Nathaniel Clapp, 3d. 
Discount Clerk, iVlariin Lane. 
Messenger (Jf Porter y Charles Stearns, jr. 
Discount Days, Monday and Thursday. 

Sujfolk Bank. Incorporated February 10, 1818. 
Eben.Francis, Presidi-nt | Matthew S.Parker, Cashier. 
Directors, William Appleton, John Belknap, George 
Bond, Kirk Boott, Ebenezer Breed, Eben^zer Francis, 
Samuel Hubbard, Patrick T. Jackson, Wm. Lander, 
William Lawrence, Thomas Motley, Daniel P. Parker. 
Teller, Henry B. Stone. 
Book-Keejicr, ]. B. M'Cleary. 
M'Sseng^T tsf Porter, Nathaniel Freeman, jr. 
Discount Days, Wednesday and Saturday. 

Mechanicks Bank in Keivburyfiort. 

Capital, §200,000. Discount day, Mcnday. 

Incorporated June 23, 1812; to continue till Oct. 1831. 

Officers elected 1st Monday in October. 
John Pettingel, President. | John K. Hudson, Cashier. 

Fhoenix Bank, A'antncket. Capital, S'-^OO.OOO. 
Incorporated Feb. 27. 1795. Charter renewed to the 

1st Monday in Octrber, 1831. 
Joseph Chase, President. | Philip H. Folger, Cashier. 

Kantucket Padfc Bank. Capital, §200,000. 

Officers elected on the 1st Monday m July. 

Aaron Mitchell, President, i Jaines Athearn, Cashier. 

mivburyfiort Ba7ik. Capital, g2I 0,000. 

Officers elected on the 1st Monday in October. 

William Bartlet, President. | Saml. Mulhken, Cashier. 

Cumberhnd Bank, at Portland. Capital. S200,000. 

Officers elected on the 1st Monday m June. 
Albert Newhall, Prei^idei^t. j Josei)h Switt, Cashier. 

Bank of Portland. Capital, §200,000. 
ArthurM'LTlan,President. j AlfordKichardson,Cashr. 

Salem Bank. Capital, §200,000. 
Officers elected on the 1st Monday m October. 
Joseph Pcabody, President. | John Moriarty, Cashier, 
O 2 



163 Banks m Massachusetts and Maine. 

Directors^ John Derby, John Osgood, Ichabod Nicli- 
ols, Jonathan Hodges, Gideon Tucker, Stephen Philhps, 
Discount iJays, Monday and 1 hurtsday. 

Merchants Bank at Salem. Capital, 200,000. 
Incorporated June 1811. Charter to continue 20 yearj 
from the first Monday in October, 1811. 
Officers elected first Monday in October, annually, 
Joseph Story, President j J. W Tread well, Cashier. 
Directors^ Joseph Ropes, B. W. Crowninshield, Jo- 
seph Winn, William Silsbee, Stephen White, Edward 
Southwick, James Devereaux, Tucker Deiand, Na- 
than W. Neal. 

Discount Days, Tuesday and Friday. 

Commftrcial Bank at Salem. Capital, §300,000. 
Willard Peele, President j Nathl. L. Rogers, Cashier^, 
Directors^ William Fettyplace, Pickering Dodge, , 
Gideon Barstow, Robert Suine, Ztchariah V. Silsbee, 
Nathaniel West, jr. Wiilinm Sutton. 

Discount Days, Monday and Thursday. 

Gloucester (Cape Ann) Bank. Capital, Sl20,000. 
Officers elected on the 1st Monday in October annually, 
John Kittredge, President. | Josr-ph Allen, jr. Cabhiei, 

Beverly Bank. Capital, S 100,000. 

Officers elected on the first Monday in October. 

Joshua Fisher, President. | josiah Gould, Cashier 

Wiscasset Ba?ik, at Wiscasset. Capital, SIOO.OOO. 

Incorporated June 23, 1812. Charter to the first Mou- 

dav in October, 1831. 

John Dole, President. | H. Rnby, Cashier. 

Officers elected on the first Monday in September. 

Bedford Commercial Bank, at jYcw- Bedford. 

Capital, §100,000. 

Geo. Howland, President. | Joseph Ricketson, Cashier 

Plymouth Bank. Capital, §100,000. 
Incorporated June 23, 1812 ; to continue till Oct.!, 1831. 

Officers elected on the first Monday in January. 
William Davis, President. | William Goodwin.Cashier. 



Banks in Massachusetts and Maine. 163 

Saco Bank. Capital. S 126,000. 

Ineorporated June 23, 1812 ; and to continue to the first 

Monday m October, 1831. 

Officers elected on the first Monday in October. 

T. G. I'hornton, President. | Samuel Pierson, Cashier. 

HaUowelland Augusta Bank^ at Halloivell. 

Capital, S150,000. 

Incorporated June 23, 1812, to continue till Oct. 1, 1831. 

Officers elected on the first Monday in January. 

Thomas A^r}', Fresideni. | John Merrick, Cashier. 

Kennedeck Baiik at Halloivell. Capital, Sl00,O0O. 

Incorporated June 23. 1812; to continue from October 

1, 1812, to October 1, 1831. 
Eben. T.Warren, President. | Jesse Robinson, Cashier. 

IVorcester Bank, Capital, 8^^00,000. 

Incorporated June 23, 1812; to continue 19 years from 

the tirst Monday m October, 1812. 

Officers elected on the first W eduesday m October. 

Daniel Waldo, President. | Samuel Jennison, Cashier. 

Taunton Bank, at Taunton. Capital. ^100,000. 
Incorporated June 23, 1812 ; to continue till Oct. 1, 1831. 
Jonathan Ingeil, President. | James L.Hodges Cashier. 
Directors, Jonathan Ingeil, Thomas h. Bayhes, Sam- 
uel Crocker, John West, Job G(<lfi ey, Marcus Morton, 
Francis Baylies, Robert Dean, Galen Hicks. 

Marbkhead Bonk. Capital, §1-0,000, 
Incorporated June 23, 1812 ; to continue to Oct. 1, 18.^1. 

Officers elected on the first Monday in October. 
Nathaniel Hooper, President. | John Russell, Cashier. 

• Kennebunk Bank. Incorporated June 16, 1813. 
Joseph Moody, President. | Hei,ry Clark, Cashier. 

Hawpfihire Bank, at Mrlhairpton. Incor.June 1G,1813. 

Joseph Lyman, President. | F. H. Wright, Cashier. 

Lincoln Bank, at Bath. Incorporated June 16, 1813. 

Samuel Davis, President. | Seth Irufant, Cashier. 

Bath Bank. Ir.corporated June 16, 1813. 

3tshua\AU'gate,jr. President. | Thcs.D.Hcbicson.Cash 



164 Banks in Massachusetts and Maine. 

D'^dham Bank. Capital, S 100,000. 

Incorporated Feb. 1814; to continue till Oct. 1831. 

Willard Gay, President, j J ibez Chickering, Cashier, 

■tT" Discount Day, Friday. 

Augusta Bank,ai Augunta. Incorporated Jan. 21, 1314. 

Capital, §100,000. 

James Bridge, President. | George Crosby, Cashier. 

Waterville Banky at IVitervtlle. Capital, g 100,000. 

Incorporated February 12, 1814. 

Nathl. Gillman, President, j Asa Redington, Cashier. 

Gardner Bank., at Gardner. 

Capital, §100,000 Incorpornted Tanuary 31, ISli. 

Peter Grant, President. ) Sandford Kingsburv, Cashier. 

Lynn Mcchanicks Bank, ('apital, S^5,000. 

Incorporated Feb. 28, 1814. 

John Madge, President. | Benjamin Oliver, Cashier. 

Sfirinp^ field Bank. Capital, §150,000. 
John Hooker, President, j John Howard, Cashier, 

Agricultural Bank, at Pittsfuld. 
Capital, §100.000. Incorporated July, 1818 
Thomas Gold, President | Ezekiel R. Colt, Cashier. 
Directors, Thomas Gold, Josidh Bissell, Henry C' 
Brown, Samuel D. Colt, and Nathan Willis. 
Solicitor, Thomas A. Gold. 

Bangor Bank. 
Saml. E. Dutton, President, j EiiashibAdams,Cashier. 
Directors, Saml. E Dutton, Eliashib Adams, Joteph i 
Leavitt, Thomas A. Hill, John Barker. 

Pawtucket Bank. Capital, §50,000. 

Oliver Starkweather,Pi es. } Amos A.i illinghast.Cash, 

Incorporated June 14, 1814. 

Merrimack Bank, at Haverhill, tlapital, §150,00a . 
Ddvid How, President, j L. White, Cashier. 
Incorporated Ju.ie 14, 18U, 

Falmouth Bank. Capital, §100,000. 

]&lijah Switt, President, i Samuel P. Croswell, Cashier. 

Bank of Pas namacj noddy , at Ra^nfiort. 

Capital, §100,000. Incorporated June 19, 1SI9. 

Jab.ez Mowry, President, j John Woodman, Cashier. 



Insurance Companies in Boston. 165 

Maasachmetta Fire and Marine Insurance Company ^ 

at Boston. 

Capital, g400,000. 

Incorporated (originally, Jane 25, 1795) Feb. 13, 1799. 

Officers elected on the last Wednesday in August. 
Nathl. G. SneUing, Piesident. | Jacob Rust, Secretary. 
DirectOTHy Jonathan Amory, Benjamin Bussey, 
Jonathau Chapman, Samuel Cobb, David Ellis, Joseph 
Head, Joseph Hurd, Samuel Hammond, Benjamin Joy, 
Jonathan Mason, Harrison G. Otis, Samuel Parkman, 
Samuel Parkman, jr. David Sears, John Welles, Ar- 
nold Welles, Esqrs. 

Messenger y Moses B. Foster. 

Massachusetts Mutual Fire Insurance Company , at 
Boston. Funds, gSOO.COO. 
Officers elected on the 1st Tuesday in June. 
Incorporated March 1, 1798. 
Jonathan Hunewell, Pres. | Andrew Cunningham, Sec. 
Directors, Thomas Dennie, Samuel SneUing, Tris- 
tram Barnard, James Phillips, Ebenezer Francis, Bry- 
ant P. Tilden, James White, John Phillips, Daniel Mes- 
singer, Redford Webster, Turner Phillips, Joseph 
Austin, Joseph Tilden, Ebenezer T. Andrews, Joseph 
Coolidge, Joseph Lovering. 

Messenger, George Humphriest 

Boston Marine Insurance Comfiany. 

Capital, S300,000. 

Incorporated Feb. 13, 1799, and to continue 40 years. 

Officers elected en the first Monday in January. 
George Cabot, President, j Joseph May, Secretary. 
Directors, Joseph Coolidge, Jonathan Davis, Francis 
Lee, Thomas Parsons, William Pickman, William 
Pratt, John Prince. Daniel Sargent, Timothy Williams, 
Thomas W. Ward, Thomas Wigglesworth. 
Messenger, John Holbrook, jr. 

J^ew- England Marine Insurance Company, at Boston. 

Capital, 8300,000. 

Incorporated March 5, 1803 ; and to continue 20 years. 

Officers elected on the 1st Monday in January. 

James Hall, President. ) John Waters, Secretan\ 

Directors, Peter C. Brooks, Josiah Bradlee, James 

Hall, Gardner Greene, John Holland, Nehemiah Par- 



156 Insurance Companies in Boston. 

sons, Richard D. Tucker, Jos'-ph Tilden, Thomas L. 
Wi-.thr' :/, Samuel H. Walley, Joseph Saunders, Ben- 
jamin T. Pickinan. 

Mesaengery George Ciolding. 

Union Insurance Cnm/iany at Boston, 

C.ipital, S300 000. 

Incc-porated March 28, 1814, and to continue 20years.> 

Officers elected on tlie 2d Monday in January. ^ 

Tho'nas Perkins, Preside-it. | Samuel King, Secretary. 

Directors t Thomas D j-nie, Benj.tmin Weld, Edward' 

Cruft, Wm. Shimmin, Nathan Bridge, Sam. Snelling. , 

MessengeVy Henry Pemberton. 

Suffolk Insurance Cotnfianyy at Boston. 

Incorporated 1818, for 20 years. 

Capital, S300,000. 

John T. Apthorp, President. | William Hales, Secretary 

Directory, John Belknap, Samuel Cabot, William 

Lander, He iry Lunt, Israel Munson, Henry Hubbard, 

Enoch Silsbee, Charles C, Parsons, J. W. Boot, Wil- 

iia.m Ropes, George Searle. 

Messenger, Stephen Withington. 

Merchants Insurance Comfiany. 
Office, N-. 74| State Street. Capital, §300,000. 
Incorporated Dec. 5, 1816 ; for 20 years. 
Joseph Balch, l^resident | Moses L. Hale, Seci-etar>'. 
Directors, Nathaniel Curtis, William Goddard, Hen- 
ry Gray, Henry Hali, Abbot Lawrence, Josiah Mar-i 
shall, Benja!7nn 1 hi-mpson, Titus Welles.Kobcrt Rob-< 
eits, Joshua Blake, George Trott, Elisha Brigham. 

American Insurance Company, Capital, §300,000. I 
FrmcisJ. Oliver, President. | George Hunt, St.crctary.| 

Directory, Samuel Appieton, WilHam H. BoardmanJ 
Ebenezor Farley, John Heard, jr. J;imes Lloyd, Caleb^ 
Loring, P. P Pnpe, Benjamin Rich, Robert G. Shaw. 
Isaac VVinslow, Lot Wheelwright, Nathaniel P. Rus-tt 
sell. 

Kagle Insurance Comfiany, 

Office No. 74, State Street Capital, Si 00.000. 

Incorporated June 16, 1820; tor 20 years. 

Zebedee Cook.jr. President, j Charles Stimpson^ Sec*y. 



Insurance Companies. 167 

I>irectors,lohn Binney, Wiliip.nri Dehon, John French, 
Isaac Hall, Tobias Lord, Ezra Bourne, Tlios. B. vVales, 
I Jesse Putnam. 

Phoenix Insurance ComfiaJiy. 
Joseph Otis, Agent, Office, No. 1, Congress Street, 

Private InsiUrance Officen in Boston. 
Lemuel Pope, jr. No. 72 State Street — Charles Brad- 
bury, No. 16, State Street. 

Salem Marine Insurance Comfiany. 

Capital, g2Q0,000. 

Incorporated June 9, 1800. 

Officers elected on the 1st Monday in July. 

j^cob Ashton, President. I J. S. Appleton, Secretary. 

Commercial Insurance Comfiany ^ Salem, 

Capital, glOO,000. 

Incorporated June 12, 1818. 

Officers elected 2d Mondny in January, 

George Cleaveland, President. | Timo.RopeSjjr.Sec'ry, 

Merrimack InduraJice Company. 

Capital, SlOO.OOO. 

Officers el^-cted on tht 1st Tuesday in January. 

Jeremiah Nelson, President. | Samuel Tenney, Sec'iy- 

Kssex Fi7-e and Marine Insu-ance Comfiany at Salem. 

Capital, 8300.000 

Incorporated March 7, 1803 i to continue 20 years. 

Officers elected on the 1st Monday in July. 

Nathl. Bowditch, President | Benja. Pickman, SecVy. 

Union Marine Insurance Comfiany, at Salem. 

Capita], 8^00,000. 

incorporated Feb. 24, 1804 ; to continue 20 years. 

Officers elected on the 2d Monday in Apiii. 

Moses Townsend, President. 'I VVm.Richardson,Sec'ry. 

Beverly Marine Insurance Comfiany. 

Capital, §100 000. 

Incorporated Jane 20, 1??09 ; to continue 20 years. 

Officers elected on the 4th Monday in July. 
Robert Rantcul, President, j Isaac FlaggjSecretar)'. 



t68 Insurance Companies. 

Lincoln and Kennebeck Marine Imurance Comfiany 

at Wiacasset, 

Incorporated Feb. li, J803; to continue 20 years. 

Officers elected oa tlie first Tuesday in March. 

Marblehead Insurance: Company. 
Incorporated March 8, 1803; to continue 20 years. 

Officers elected on the first Monday in January. 
Robert Hooper, President. | John Trefry, Secretary.". 

Marblehead Social Insurance Comfiany, 

Incorporatedyjune 17, 1809 

Nicholas Bartlett, President, j John Sparhawk, Sec'ry* 

Gloucester Marine Insurance Comfiany. 
Incorporated June 22, 1803 ; to continue 20 years. 

Officers elected on tlie 1st Motiday in May. 
William Pearce, President. } Wm. Saville, Secretary. 

Bedford Marine Insurance Comfiany. 

Incorporated Feb. 11, 1805 ; to continue 20 j-eai^. 

Officei*3 elected on the '2d Monday in April. 

Joseph Ricketson,Pies*t. | George Ho wland. Sec re taiy, 

Phccnix Insurance Comfiany at Nantucket. 

Incorporated June 12, 1818 ; to continue 20 years. 

Officers elected 2d Monday in Januaiy. 

Hezekiah Barnard, Pres. | Daniel Coffin, Secretary. 

Union Marine Insurance Comfiany at Nantucket, 
Incorporated June 21, 1804; to continue 20 years. 

Capital, §100,000. 
William Coffin, Pres. | John Cartwright, Secretary. 



A Table of various Foreign Coins, ^c. with the value 
in Federal Money. 

fS fts in ^ cts ra 

Real plate of Spain, - - 10 9 The Tale of Chirm, - - 143 

An English Si»pence, - - OH I Thf Papoda of India, - - 1840i 

TbeLivreTomuoi5ofi<'rai»ce,0 18 J A French l^istole, - - - 3 €■« 7 

Tho Fianc of France, - 18 7 A Sp:»nish Pisiole, - - - 3 77 3 I 

An Eiijrllch Shiilint:, - - 32 2 The I'ouud oflreland, - 4 10 1 

TbcMarkBariC!) of Hamburg,© 23 The Potind Sterling of 7 , aa oi 

The Florin or Gi.-elder of 1 « .« o Great Britaisi, 5 4 -w w . 

the Umtf.l Netherlands, 5" "*" " A French Guinea, - - - 4 60 «< 

The Rupc yi' Bengal, - 50 An Enq;hsh Guinea, - - 4 &5 7 I 

TheKix-');iilarof Denmark,! 00 A Moidore, ... - - 6 00 « < 

The Rix-Do.iurofSwtden, 1 00 Half Johannes. - - - - 8&0»i' 

The Uuljle of Russia, - - 1 00 5 A Donhioon, 14 93 4 I 

The MilreaofPorttigal. -124* A J;>hanne$. 16 CO 



InspMtion Offices. 



169 



Imfiection Office of Pickled and Smoked Fu/u 

Inspector Generaly Henry Purkitt, of Boston. 

(Oftice Doane-Street.) 

Defiuiies, 
'iostony Benjamin Clark, Somerscty Abram.Gardner 



ames Barry, Bavstow 5c 
^ierce, Nathaniel Howe, 
Senjamin Owen, Charles 
*ook, Joseph Urann, John 
rhompj>on, Alex. Vanne- 
'ar, Aaroii Rand, John 
r. Banister, Moses Miller, 
Janiel Edes,Roben Ripley 
Cambridge, John Tarbell 
Haverhilly Charles Davis 
j/owces/'er,Moses Gilbert, 
iprs Davis 

T.ynn, John B. Newhall 
Hinghnm Ensign Barnes, 
r. Moses Pattangall, Ben- 
amin S. Palmer 
Tfinwich, Bei.ijamin Averill 
Vohasset, Job Cushinij:, jr. 
rhaddeus Lawrencc,Zeal- 
ms Bates, jr. 

Weymouth. Elisha Rlan- 
:hard, Eliha White 
BerA'/f?/,Nehe.!Sewhall,jr. 
Snvanzey, Luther Gard- 
ler, Henry Gardner, 2d. 



Provinc(^toiv7i^\^2aiZSm'ei\\, 
Lewis L. Smith 
WeiHngt'nSj\n\iov<\ Briggs 
Dig/itcHy Darius Perry 
Sandwic/i, Philip Ellis 
Marblehead, Elijah VV. 
Roundy, Samuel Roads 
Salem, Charles Gray 

JVeiV'Bcdfordy Abner 
Litchfield 

JVeivbury Isf Aleivburij- 
jiort. Samuel Pettengeil, 
Joseph Thurlo 
Plymouth, George Harlow 
Darfmouthy Jirah Shear- 
man, Samuel Studley 
Chatham,^ J. M. Simmons 
Scituate^ Beai & Wade 
Truro, John Kenney 

J\/'ewburyfwrty Smith 

Adarris, Nathaniel Knap, 
Thomas Patten, jr. 
£?«a:^/.'ry,Steph.Churchill 
Edgartcn, Samuel 

Worthman 



Inspector of Beef and Pork, Isaac Sm^ith, of Charles- 
town. (Office Exchange Street.) 
Inspector of Butter & Zflrf/,Edmund Wright,of Bcston. 

(Office in Cambridge Street.) 

Keeper rf the Standards of Weights and Measures^ 

and (ex officio,) as Trea^^urcr^ Daniel Sargent, Esq. 

Samuel Beals, his Deputy at Boston. 

Inftpector of Pot and Pearl Jshes, David Townsend, 

of Bc'Stori. 
} [Office opposite South Burying-place, Pleasant Street.) 
I Inspector of Tobacco for Boston and C-harlestown , 
I John Dodd, of Boston. 

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UttiteU states CalenDat 



GOVERNMENT OF THE UNITED STATES. 

JAMES MONROE, ll. d. President. 
Daniel D. Tompkins, Fiee- President. 

SENATE. 

Terms expire. Terms exfiire' 

-'Vfaine, JohnChandier, 1823 John Holmes, 182 

a: /f. David L. Mor- John F. Parrott, 182 

rill, 1823 

A/a«s.HarrisonG.Otis,1823 Elijah H Mills, 182 

R J. Neh. R. Knight, 1823 James D'Wolf, 18? 

Con. James Lanman, 1825 Eljah Boardman, 182 

Ver. VVni. A Palmer, 1825 Horatio Seymour, 182 

^. F. Rufus King, 1825 Martin Van Buren, 182 

J^J. Mah. Dickerson, 1823 Samuel L. Southard, 182 

/'fnn.VValter Lowrie, 1825 18^ 

Del. Nich. Van Dyke, 1823 182 

Mar. Edward Lloyd, 1825 1S2 

r/r§". J. Pleasants, jr. 1823 James Barbour, 182 

JV:c;.MontforlStokes, 1823 Nathaniel Macon, 162 

S. C. Wm. Smith, 1823 J.Gaillard, Pres.fi, t. 182 

G("O.J4icholas Wade, 1823 John Elictt, 182 

JTew. Rich. MJohn>on,1823 Isham Talbot, 182 

Ten. John Williams, 1823 John H. Eaton, 182 

O/z/9, W. A. Trimble,1825 Benjamin Ruggles, 182 

L,oui. Hen-^y Johnson, 1823 James Brown, 182 

/«(/?. Waller Taylor, 1825 James Noble, 182 

Mssz. T.H.Williams, 1823 David Holmes, 182! 

///w. Jesse B.Thnmas, 1823 Nip.ian Edwards, 18.1 

^/a^.Wm. R.King. 1823 John W Walker, 1821 

Misso. Thos. H. Benton. David Barton. 

Charles (^.utts, Secretary. 

President's Salary, §25,000, Vice-President's, 85,006 

• By the ConslUution, the Vice-President is President of the Sena <i 
but has no voice, unless ihe Senate is equally divided. Each State <l 
allowed the same number of Electors of President and Vice-Presid« *( 
M their whole luiriber nf Senators and l^eprescntativfs in Congress. 



Seventeenth Congress. 171 

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. 

MAINE sends 7. 
•Joshua Cushman *Mark L Hill *J)zek Whitnian 
•Joseph Dane *Enoch Lincoln VV.D.W' jUiamson 
Lben. Herrick 

NEW-HAMPSHIRE .6 

•Tosiah Butler Aaron Matson *Nathl IJP^^"^. 
kiVlatthew Harvey *Wm. Piumerjr. 1 hos.Whtpple,jr, 

VERMONT 6. 

^^Satn]. C. Crafts *rvollin C.Mallavy *Chavles Rich 
iliiis Keyes Joho Mattocks 1 vacancy. 

MASSACHUSETTS 13. 

'^SamuelC. Allen * William Eustis *Samuel Lathrop 

Gideon Barstow *Timothy Fuller *Jeremiah Nelson 

; Francis Bavl.es *Benj. Gnrham John Reed 

^twis Bigelow *AaroRHobart Jonathan Russell 
Itlenry W.Dwight 

RHODE ISLAND 2. 

;rob Durfee *Samuel Eddy 

CONNECTICUT 7. 

Noyes Barber *John Russ Eben. Stoddard 

Daniel Burrows Ansel Sterling *Gide. Tombnsoa 

•*Hy. W.Edwards 

NEW-YORK 27. 

I Chas. Borland, jr. Joseph Kirkland Elijah Spencer 
(C. CCambreleng EU];,h Litchfield Micah Sterhng 
Sa.Tiuel Campbell Richard M'Carty *John W. Taylo^ 
Cadw. I). Colden John L Morgan * Albert H. 1 racjr 
AU'-ed Conkling Walter Patterson *S.VanRensse!aer 
*J D. Dickinson Terenjiah Pierson W^W.\ an Wyck 
John Gebhard *Nathl. Pitcher R H- Wahvorth 
Tames Hawks Wm.B. Rochester *bilas\Vood 
I Thos.H.Hubbard Chas. R. Ruggles David Woodcock 

NEW-JERSEY 6. 

*Ephra. Bateman Ltwis Condict James Matlack 
George Cassedy Geovi^e Hoicomb Samuel Swann 

I • PENNSYLVANIA '-'3. 

•Henry Baldwin *GeorgeDehnis.)n *Samuel Gross 
I John Brown •SamueiEdwards *Joseph Hemphill 

I James Buchanan Patrick F.rreily James M Sherry 
I *Wra. Darlington John Findlay Wilham Miluor 

j * Members of iCOi Congress. 

I 



172 Seventeenth Congress. 

James S. Mitchell John Phillips Andrew Slewan 

*SiiTiuel Moore George Piuinmei* John Todd 
Tnos, Murray, jr. *1 horns J.Kogers Ludwig Wormani 
*rhoi. Patierson *John Sergeant ' 

DELAWARE 2. 

*Louis M'Lane Cesar A. Rodney 

MARYLAND 9. 

•Thomas Bayly *Peter Little *Samuel Smitli i 
Jeremiah Cosdcn *Raphael Neal *aen.R AVarhe id | 
*Josepli Kent John Nelson Robert Wrjght 

VIRGINIA 23. 

♦Mark Alexander »James Jones Arthur Smith 
♦Win. 8. Archer Jabez Lettwich William Smith 
*VVrn. L. Ball *William M'Coy *Alexand. Smyth i 
*PhihpP. Barbour *Chas F. Mercer AndrVStevenson I 
Burwell Bassett *rhos. L. Moore * rhos.VanSwear- > 
*John Floyd ♦Hugh Nelson ingen 

*RobertS.Garnett * Thomas Newton *George Tucker 
*Edwa. BJackson *John Randolph *Jared Williams 

NORTH-CAROLINA 13. 

» W.S. Blackledge *ThomasH. Hall Romulus Sanders ( 
*H.G. Burton ♦Charks Hooks ♦Lemuel isawyeii 
Henry Conner John Long *Felix Walker 

Josiah Crudup ArchibaldM*Neill *Lewis Wilhamjl 
»Wel.N.Edwards 

SOUTH-CAROLINA 9. 

J. Blair George M'Duftie Joel R. Poinsett 

Joseph Gist Thos. R. Mitchell *Sterling Tuckej 

*Wm. Lowndes *Jas. Overstreet John Wilson 

GEORGIA 6. 

♦Joel Abbot George R.Gilmer Edw. F. Tatnall i 

Alfred Cuthbert *Robert R. Reid Wiley Thompson^ 

KENTUCKY 10. 

•Benja. Hardin *T. Montgomery *David Trimble 

♦Francis Johnson Anthony New Saml.H. Woodson^ 

John T. Johnson John S. Smith 1 vacancy. . , 

♦Thos. Metcalfe 

TENNESSEE 6. 

*Robert Allen *Newton Cannon *Francis Jones 
♦Jtjenry H. Bryan *John Cocke *John Rhea 



recretarics of Departments of U. S. Govt. 173 

OHIO 6. 

evi Barber David Chambers *John Sinane 

[naW.Campbell *Thos. R. Ross Joseph Vance 

LOUISIANA 1. Josiah S. Johnson. 

INDIANA 1. *William Hendricks. 

MissisiPPi 1. *Christopher Rankin. 

ILLINOIS 1. *Da[iiel P. Cook. 

ALABAMA 1. Gabriel Moore. 

MISSOURI 1. *John Scott. 

DELEGATES OF TERRITORIES. 

MICHIGAN 1. *Solomon S.bley. 
ARKANSAW 1. *JaiTies W. Kates. 
Thomas Dougherty, Clerk, 



6000 
6000 
6000 



SECRETARIES OF DEPARTMENTS, 

^cate, John Q. Adams, (Mass.) Salary. S6000 

ChufCl-rk, Dar.iel Brent. 
?Wa«wrv, William H. Crawford, (Geo.) 
C7/zV/ C/erA', Edward Jones. 
War, John C. Calhoun, (S. C] 

Chief Clerk, Christopher Vandeventer. 
Kavy, Smith Thompson, of New-York, 

Chief Clrrk, Benjamin Homans. 

TREASURY OFFICERS. 

First Comfitroller, Joseph Anderson, (Ten.) 3500 

Second do. Richard Cutts, (Maine.) 3000 

First Auditor, Richard Harrison, (Virg.) 3000 

Second do. WiUium Lee, (Mass.) oCOO 

T/nrd do. Peter Hagner, (Penn ) 3000 

Fourth do. Constant Freeman, (Mass.) oGOO 

Fifth do. Stephen Pleasonton, (Del ) 3000 

rieasurer, Thomas T. Tucker, (S. C.) ?0C0 

Register, Joseph Nourse. (\ irg.) oOOO 

Do. Land Office, Josiah Meigs. (Geo.) 3GC0 

GENERAL POST OFFICE. 

Post- Master Gen, Return J. Meig., jr. (Ohio.) 4000 
Assistant do, Abraham Bradley, (Con ) ?500 
Do. do. Phinea* Bradley, (Con.) 2500 

MINT. 

Director, Robert Patterson. 2000 

Treasurer, James Rush. 12Q0 

P 2 



174 Judiciary of U. S# and District Officers. 
JUDICIARY. 

SUPREME COURT. 

John Marshall, Firg. Chiff Justice. Salary, g500C< 

Associate Judges. Salary, §4500 each. 
BrockholstLivingston,A'". /. Thomas Todd, Kentucky 
Bushrcxl Washington, Vir, 
William Johnson, S. Caro, 



Gabriel Duvii\\tMuryiana^ 
Joseph Story, Massachu&i 

Attorney-General^ William Wirt, of Virginia. 
Salary, g3500. 

Hefiorter of Decisions, Henry Wheaton,(N.Y.) S100( 
Cierk, Elias B. Caldwell, Delaware. 

DISTRICT OFFICERS. 

Maine, ' Judge. Ether Shepley^ 

Attorney. Thomas G. Thornton, Marshal. Johi 
Musseyjr, Clerk. 

A^eiv-ffam/ishire, Jonn S.Sherburne, Judge. Danie^ 
Humphreys, Attorney. Michael M*Clary, MarshalJ 
P. K. Freeman, Clerk. 

Massac/iuset i s, iohn Davis, Judge. George Blake < 
Attorney. Samuel D. Harris, Marshal. Horatio Bass < 
Peputy Marshal. 

Marshars ORjce, Old Court-House, Court- street I 
John W. Davis, District Clerk. Office Old Court! 
House, Court Street. 

Rhode -Inland, David Howell, Judge. John Pitman i 
Attorney. E!)enezerK. Dexter, Marshal. Benjamii 
Cowell, Clerk. 

Connecticut, Pierpont Edwards, Judge, Hezekia! 
Hundngion, Attorney. Robert Fairchild, Marshal. 

Vermont, Elijah Paine, Judge. WiUiam A. Gris 
wold, Attorney. Heman Allen, Marsha). 

JVew-Yo'-k, Soiith District, Wil'i-m P. Van Nessi 
Judge. Robert Tiliotson, Attorney. TlMimas Morris i 
M^^rshal James Dill, Cleik. N 'rth District, Rcge i 
Skinner, Judge. J. icob Sutherland, Attorney. Jolwt 
W. Livingston, Marshal. 

Jy/ew- Jersey, Wm. S. Pennington, Judge. Josei>M 
M'lllvaine, Attorney. OUver W. Ogden, Marslial. 

Penns-.ilvaiiia, (KastJ Richard Peters, Judge 
Charles J. IngersoU, Attorney. John Conard, Maridaa] i 



Sittings of the Federal Courts. 17 B 

Penn. f rr^s^ Jona. H. Walker, Judge. Alexan- 
der Brackenbridge. Attorney. Wm. B. Irish, Marshal. 

Delaware, John Fisher, Judge. George Heed, jr. 
Attorney. Jmies Brobson, Marshal 

Maryland, Theodorick Bland, Judge. Elias Glenn, 
Atvorney. Paul Bentalou, Marshal. 

Virginia. C East J St. George Tucker Judge. Rob^ 
ert Stanard, Atiorne> . John Pegram. Marshal. 

Firicinia, f ^t'stj John G. Jackson, Judge. Jacob 
Beeson. Attorney. Benjamin Reeder. Mai;stial. 

Mrtk-Carolina, Henry Poiter, Judge. Thomas 1 . 
Devereux. Attorney. Beverly Daniel, Marshal. 

South-Carolina, John Dray ten, Judge. John Gads- 
den, Attorney. Morton A. Waring, Marshal. James 

Jewev, Clerk. «• i i mr 

Georicia, Jeremiah Cuvler, Judge. Richard W. 
Habersham, Attorney. John H- Morel, Marshal. 

Kentucky, Robert Trimble, Judge. Geroge M.Bibb^ 
Attorney. Robert Crocket, Marshal. 

East-Tennessee, John M'Nairy, Judge of both Dis- 
tricts. Prior Lea, Attorney. Charles I. Porter, Marshal. 

West-Tennessee, Htnry Crabb, Attorney. Robert 

Purdy, Marshal. , , , t u o tx- • w 

Ohio, Charles W, Bird, Judge. John C. Wright, 

Attorney'. John Hamm, Marshal. 
i.oMwa/za, John R. Dick. Judge. John W. Smith, 

Attorney. J^^hn Nicholson, Marshal. ^ , _, ^ 
liiaiana, Benjamin Park, Judge. John Vawter, 

Missi^i/i/ii, William B. Shields, Judge. Bela Met* 
calf, Attorney. Walter M. Leak, MarshiU. 

i//mo/s, Nathaniel Pope, Judge. Jepthah Hardin, 
Attorney. Henry Conner, Marshal. 

^/aiawa, Charles Tnit, Judge. William Crawford, 
Attorney. Talliaterro Livingston, Marshal. 

Dist. 'Colum . Wm. Cranch, Chiet Judge. Buckner 
Thruston, and James S. Morsell, Assistant Judges . 
Thomas Swann, Attorney. Tench Riuggolo, Marshal . 



SITTINGS OF THE FEDERAL COURTS. 
SUPREME COURT. ^ , ^ ^ 

At the seat of Government, the iirst Monday in te^ 
ruary annually. 



176 Counsellors, &c. U.S. Circuit Court. 

CIRCUIT COURTS. 

When any of the following days happen on Sanday, llie Court is to fa)^ 
boldeu on the Monday following. 

FIRST CIRCUIT. 

In JSfeW' Hampshire y at Portsmouth, on the first of 
May ; and at Exeer, on the Isi of October. 

In Rhode-Jiland, sU Providence, on the 15th day of 
November; and at Newport, on the 15th day of June. 

In Missac/iWieits, at Boston, May 15th, and Oct. 15th. 

In Maine, it Portland, 8th of May ; and at Wiscas- 
sett, 8th of October 

SECOND CIRCUIT. 

In Connecticuf^ at N<:w-Hsven, on the 13th day of 
Apr 1 ; and at Hartford, on the 17th ot September. 

In Ve^ monty at WiMrisor, on the 1st day of May, and' 
at Rutland, on the 3-! day of October. 

In A*«y- York, at New-York, April 1, and Sept. 1. 

DISTRICT COURTS. 

In Maine y at Portland the first Tuesday in June, and 
the 1st Tuesday in December ; and at WisCiisset, the 
last Tuesday in February, and 2d Tuesday in Sept. 

In JSfeiv-Hamlisliire, at Portsmouth, 3d Tuesday 
March And September; and at Exeter, 3d in June andil 
December. 

In Vermont^ at Windsor and Rutland, 1st Monday ini 
Febyuary and August, and 2d Monday in May and Nor- 
veniber. 

In Massachusetts at Boston, 3d Tuesday in March, ^ 
and 4th in June, 2d in September, and 1st in December. 

Ill Rhode- Island J at Newport and Providence, firstJ 
Mond: ys in Feb* uary and August, and 1st Mondays iiii 
May and Novem!)er. 

In Connecticut y at New-Haven, 3d Tuesdays in Feb- 
ruary and August ; at Hartford, 3d Tuesdays in May 
and November. 

Exclusive of the above-mentioned stated C<mrts, the 
District Judges have power to hold special Courts, in 
their respective Districts, at their discretion. 



Counsellors and Attorneys in the Circuit Court, Mas-^ 

sachusciis Oi.ttrict. i 

Rufus G. Amory .loseph Hall WilliamPresc6f< 

E. S. Livermore Harrison G. Otis Thos. VVilliacns I 



Exports. 



ir 



Jorat. Townsend 
oiin Phillips 
George Blake 
ienja. Whitman 
v)ha Callender 
osiah Quincy 
5Anmel Haven 
oseph Rowe 
ibeliezer G.-ty 
vViliiatn Saliivan 
ohn Heard, jr. 
vVm. P. Wiiiting 
vVm. Thurston 
,^eter (). i'hacher 
Jhaiies Davis 
iVarren Dutton 
lames T. Austin 
iVm. Stackpole 
IVm.C. Aylwin 
oim.F.M'Cleary 
(oseph E. Smith 
Cieorge Sailivan 
Henry Cabot 
Samuel Hubbard 
Leraael Shaw 
fos. E. Sprague 
A.ugast. Peabody 
Nathan Siwyer 



David Cummings Samuel E. Smith 
Israel Munroe John Stickney 
James Day Octav. Pickering 

VVm. D. Sohier Wilham Gale 
John Stuart Francis Basset 

D.S.Greenough,jr Stephen Hooper 
Benjamin Guild Wm. P. Mison 
Sam. K. VViliiams HarrisouG.OdsJr 
Phineas Blair D.iv. A. Simmons 
Sam,. L. Knapp Kilborn VVnicman 
William A. Fales Loammi Baldwin 
Benja. Gorham Trtos. G. Carey 
William P Preble William Parker 
Nathan K-insman Elijah F. Aailace 
Chas. P. Sumner John Pickering 
Alex. Townsend Benj. R. Nichols 
Lever. Saltonstail Wm. Simmons 
Josiah P. Cook Charles P. Curtis 
William Minot Francis C. Giay 
John K-napp James C. MeiTill 

El^enez. Moseley B?.nja. L. Weld 
Edw r. Channing Thomas Power 
William Austin Cyrus Alden 
Elijah Morse Wm. J. Spooner 
Sherman Leland CharlesG. Loring 
Samuel B. Barrell Alexander Bliss 
Henry 0<ne Ztchariah Eddy 

Samuel D. Ward 



Amount of Ex/iortsJ'or i/i^ last thirty one Years. 



Sfears. 
1790 
1791 
1792 
1793 
1794 
1795 
1796 
1797 
1793 
1799 



Amount. 
$20,415,967 
19,012,041 
20,753,098 
26,109,572 
33,0^,233 
47,989,472 
67,034,097 
56,850,206 
61,527,097 
78,665,522 
70,971,780 



Yeara. 
1801 
1802 
1.103 
1804 
1805 
1806 
1807 
1808 
1809 
1810 



Amount. 
94,115,925 
72,483,160 
55,800,033 
77,699,074 
95,566,021 
101,536,963 
108,343,150 
22,430,960 
52,203,233 
65,757,970 



Years. 
1811 
1812 

1813 
1814 
1815 
1816 
1817 
1818 
1819 
1820 



Amount. 
61,316,833 
38,527,236 
27,845,997 
6,927,441 
52,557,753 
81,920,450 
87,671,569 
93,281,133 
70,142,521 
70,142,52! 



178 Navy Officers of the United States. 
JV'AVF REGISTER. 

C-orrected (H the Navy Department ^ IVashington^ October^ 1821. 

COMMISSIONERS OF THE NAVAL BOARD. 

John Rogers, President. 

Isaac Chaumcet, David Porter. 

Salary $3,500 each. 

J. K. Paulding, Stcretary. 

CAPTAINS. 

John Rogers Samuel Evans Chas. G, Ridgell 

James Barron Jacob Jones Robert T. Sperc. 

Wm. Bainbndge Charles Morris Danl. T.Patterso i 

Thomas Tingey Arthur Sinclair Siimuel Angus 

Charles Stewart Ths.MacdonoughM. T. VVoois-y 

Isaac Hull Lew. Warrington John O. Creighto: 

Isaac Chauncey Joseph BambridgeEdw. Trenchap 

John Shaw Wm. M. Crane John Downes 

John H. Dent J is. T. Leonard John D. Henley 

David Porter Jumes Biddle Jesse D. Elliot 
John Cassin 

MASTERS COMMANDANT. 

Robert Henley George C. Read Jesse Wilkinson 
Stephen Cassin Henry E. Baliard Geoi'ge Budd 
James Renshaw William Carter Thos. A. C. Jone 
I)avid Deacon Jos. J. Nicholson Jos. S M'Pherso 
Lewis Alex's WolcottChauncey John Porter 

Sir!, ey Smith John H. Elton William B. Fine 
Thomas Brown Edm. P. Ker.nedy Wm. B. Shubi ic 
Sanil. Woodhouse Alexan. [. Dallas Benj, W. Bcoih 
C.C.B. Thompson John B. Nicholson Alexund. Claxte 
A. S. Wadsw(.rth B V. H ffman Chs- W. Morga 
Geo. W. Rodgers 

LIEUTENANTS. 
George Merril Williim H. Allen Wm. H. Cocke 
Francis I.Mitchell David C( micr Matthew C.Peri 
RaymondH.Ptrry lohn Gallagher Chas. W.Skinwi 
La wren. Kearney Thos. H. Stevens Joseph Wragg 
Wm. H. Watson Hen. S. Newcomb Saml. W. Adan i 
Foxhall A.Parker J.imes P. Oellers George Pearce 
Edw R.M'Call Wm M. Hantcr Fred. W. Smith 
Daniel Turner John D. Sloa N. D. Nithoisoi 



Navy Officers of the United States. 179 

3thr> Norris Mervine P. Mix Enrjch H. Johns 

fohn T. Newton Blad-n Dal any Charles Lucy 
5amuel Henley James M Gowan Clem. W. Stevens 
foseph Smith S-lasH.Stringham Charles Boarman 

Law ren. Rousseau N.L.Montgomerv French Forrest 
George VV. Str.rer W. \.<. .Farraeut Edgar Freeman 
Joseph Cassin Geo. B. M'CuUoh Thos. A, Tippett 
Robert M. R se Wal G. \«iderson W. E. M'Keaoey 
Beverly Kennon StephrnCharaplin William I. Belt 
Edw. R.Shuhrick VVtliiam Lowe Chas. H.Caldwell 
Charles A. Budd R.G. Edwards William Jameson 
Fran. H. Gregorv Isaac Mayo James W. H. Ray 

John M. Maui-v Wm R. Latimer William Boerum 
Robert Spcdden William Mervine Cs L. Williamson 
Tohn H. Clack Tliomas Crabb Charles Gaunt 
Philip H. Vorhees Edw. B. Babbit Wm. W. Ramsay 
B^ njamin Cooper G W.Hamersley Ralph Vorhees 
Wm. L. Gordon Thomas Painejr James Nicholson 
Silas Duncan James Armstrong Robt. E, Searcey 

lames Rama^e J.-.seph Smoat Thos. H. Bowyer 
i3ulanv Forrest Robt. B.Randolph Alexan. Eskridge 
John Tayloe, jr. William Berry Eben. Ridgeway 
David GHssinger Sainl. L. Breeze Tho-; A. Ccnover 
RobertF.Stockion John Evans Arcn.S. Campbell 

T.S. Cunningham Benj. Page, jr. William Taylor 
Isaac M'Keever lohn T. Ritchie Geo W. Isaacs 
J. P. Zantzinger John A. Wish John C. Long 
Chas. E. Crowley John Gwinn Henry R.Warner 

Henry Gilliam Wm. A. Weaver John H. Graham 
Williim D. Salter Thos.W.Wyman Natld. Carter, jr. 
ChrtS.S.M'Cawlev J a-.nes L. Morris Henry W^ard 
John H. Bell ' John A. Belsches Henry Heny 
Thos. M. Newell Andrew Fitzhugh Saml.W.Downing 
Eiie A. F. Valette Wm. M.Caldwell Rich. S. Hunter 
Wm. A. Spencer John K. Carter William Pottenger 
Francis B.Gamble Joseph Cross Henry W^ Ogden 

WilliamL'nighton Abr. S. Ten Eick John H. Lee 
Nelson Webster T. S. Hamersley Walter Abbott 
Richard Dashiel John White Ja^s. M.M'Intosh 

Thomas T.Webb Wm, M. Robins "josiah Tatnall 
John Percival Robert Field VVilliam Tempje . 

Chs. T. Stallings Hiram Paulding Gco M'Cawl^ 
John H Aulick J. D. Williams. -u Hugh N. Pa^-. 
William V.raylcr Uriah P. Levy James A. ^^"i:^.- 



180 N3V7 Officers of the United States. 

JjJ^" A Cook James Goodrum Charles H. Bell 
Kbbor'" ^.S-Momgomery Abraham Bige'L 
10.1 Abbot Horace B.Sawyer Otbo StalUnes 

tJ^IF'S'T^"^" C°»*"- K.Stribling Zach. W Nixon 
relegK. Dunham Joshtia R. Sands Frank Ellerv 

w'"'%'" J-i^^" ^>^'^^'- ^' Po«er Fred. G. Wdb?rl i 
A^b""e^t r^w",r^'i"*^" L Cu„ji,,, Walter Nelvcom, 
piv, i\^k7Y^.^'^ 1 5?"""^^ ^ Eakin Joseph R. Jarvis 
Eph. D Whitlock Fred. S. Gibbon Tho^ VV. FreelL 
James F.Curtis John Jay Young Pard.M.Wh^pki 
' . ^ SURGEONS. 

Edward Cutbush Thomas Harris William Swift 
Peter fet.Medard William Turk J.S M O'cTnwax 
Saml.R. Marshall Hyde Ray Rirhd K fV.ff^^J 

JSt^^S W.BBiJhanan ^^tS^S^t:! 
I'a&J^^^^^^^^^ S^ct^re^^^ 

^K^'^S^'Sf'P ^^^^'-^ ^' B^»-ton Chas.M Reese 

Sat^R l>evmTr ??J^-/v^'^^^"^ Samuerjackson 
?X7 o .r®« "'^'^' ■^"'^''' ^- Kearney Andrew B Cook 
Wm. P. C.Barton Richard C.Edga? John H Gord^i 
AmTA E?an. ^^^^'^^^^WngSn Leonard oS^nc^ 

Rdb^S K^^.. pl'l-.^J^^""*^" Thos.WiUiamsor 
Kobt. b. Kearney Rcbt.C. Randolph John Dix 

jTM^Rl^^nnll rA'^-«,Hamilt^oniohnCadle 

J. D. M Rey^nolds Usher Parsons Geo. S. Sproston 

Tnv,. w • SURGEONS' MATES. 

William Be^^ B^e^alh Tickner C^' V'l''^/''-^ 

s=i^s" s-/^^ H^i^ 

jTn";^'pe'r^{?™o^^^ JosTph^S^ra. 

Fred/Ma^rkiam i u' ^' ^^^"^^ ^^°' Balfour, Ac 
irea.f.Mark^iaro Joseph Kenz M'. Smith, Act^ 



Navy Officers of the United States. 18l 



saac Garretson 
Mement S. Hunt 
Jwinn Harris 
ohn H. Carr 
*Jatlianiel Lyfle 
iom C Ludlow 
\ B Timberlakc 
Thnmas I. Chew 
Thorn us Shields 
^atnl. Hambleton 
^ichd. C. Archer 
Lewis Deblois 
George S. Wise 
FranlA.Thoraton 



PURSER^. 
James iVl. Halsey 
Edw. Ficza:erald 
Alex P. D rrah 
Henry Dennison 
Wm. S. Rodgers 
Sanmel P. Todd 
George Beale, jr. 
James H. Clark 
Joseph Wilson, jr. 
Jos. B. Wilkinson 
Ben F. Bourne 
Wil iam Sinclair 
Matthi.C.Atwood 
John N. Todd 



CHAPLAINS. 

Andrew Hunter Nathl. Andrews 
David P. Adams John Ireland 



fohn Cooke 
Cheever Felch 



James Brouks 



I'imothy Winu 
William M. Sand« 
Joseph H. Terry 
Thomas Breese 
Gardner Thomas 
A. Y. Humphreys 
John Debree 
Charles O. Handy 
Joseph H. Caustia 
J ihn B. Fanning 
Sib.s Butler 
Thomas Burrow* 
Edward N. Cox 
Nathi H. Perry 

James Everett 
Addison Searlc 
Mos.B. Chase, Ao, 



Boston 
New York 
B:ikimore 
SavaJinah, Gen. 
Mewbeni, N. C.^ 
P'ailadeiphia 
Middleton, Conn, 
Norfolk, Va. 
Portsmouth, N. H. 
Lexington, Ken. 
Hartford, Conn. 
Wilmington, N. C. 
Newcastle, Del. 
Charleston, S. C. 
Annapolis, Md. 
Pert I and, M line 
Newport, R. I, 
New Orleans 
Pcn^acoia 
Lrindon 
Mediierranean 



NAVY AGENTS. 

Amos Binney 
Robert Swartwout 
James B^atty 
John P. Henry 
Jeremiah Brown 
Ge^ rge Harrison 
Jos ph Hull 
Miles King 
Enoch G. Parrott 
James Morrison 
John Morgan 
Joshua Potts 
Jr\mes Riddle 
John Robertson 
John Randall 
John L. Storei* 
Constant T iber 
Joseph H. Hawkins 
Wdliam D. Simms 
Baring, Brothers & Co. 
Ricnard M'Call 



Note. Navy Aj^ents receive **nne per cent" ontbteirexpenditTiT^s; n»t 
to es.ceed two thousand dollai-s pec aunuui. 



382 Navy Officers of the United States. 

NAVAL STORE-KEEPERS. 
John P. Decatur, New-York, Tunis Criven, Ports 
mouth, N.H. Thomas Dulton, Gosuort. V:.. Etlv/an 
W. DjiVall, Washington city, George Bates, Charles 
town, Mas. Robert Kennedy, Philafielphia^Sannuel T 
Henderson, New-Orleans, Thomas Fillebrown, Pen^ 
cola. 

NAVAL CONSTRUCTORS. 
William Doughty, Washington city, John Floyd! 
New-York. Samuel Humphreys, Philadelphia, Fran 
cis Grice, Gosport, Va. 

NAVY YARDS. 
M Washington. Thos.Tingey, capt,commandan 
and navy ngent. — Stephen Cassin, master com.-—Jame 
Owner, head carpenter.— John Davis, of Abel, plumb 
er and blacksmith — Wm, Sanford, head sail maker. 
Jt Philadelphia. captain com. 

M Norfolk. John Cassir, captain commandant. 
At JSTiiv-York, Samuel Evans, rapt, commandani 
jit Charlestoivn^ Musa^ Isaac Hull, captain com. 



MARINE CORPS, 



PAY OF OFFICJERS AS 


ESTABLISHED BY LAW 


■ ' 


Pay 


Forage Kritioiit, 

per per day 

Mouth. at25cti 


RANK OR STATION. 


per 




Month, 


Lieut. Cui. Comuianaaut. 


$7o 


$6 


8 


Captains 


40 




3 


First Lieutenants 


30 


_ 


3 


Second Lieutenants 


25 


, 


2 


Adj.Pay&Q.M each e?:tra 


30 


- 





CAPTAIN<, 

Archibald Henderson John M. Gamble 

Richard Smith Alfred Ciravson, Q. M. 

Robert D. VVainwright Fr's P. De Bellevue 
William D", Andeyson Sam.uel E. Watson 

Saniuel Miller 

FIRST LIEUTENANTS. 
William H. Freeman Charles R. Brocm 

Joseph L, Kuhn Benjamin Ricliardsos 



Naval Force of the United States. 18t 



hi vies Lord 

.evi Twiv;gs 

ahu HaiTis 

'liomas A. Linton 

Lichar>l T. Auchmuty 

ames Elelin 

'arkG. Hnve, Ad. & las 

lichard D. (ireen 

lobert iM. Desha, P. M. 

ieory E. Dix 

SECOND LIEUTENANTS 



Elijah J. Weed 
J()sei)h C. Hall 
Willi im W. Dulnny 
Thonms S. English 
Henry W. CJirdner 
J \raes M. Clements 
Th^imas B. Barton 
George VV. Walker 
('harles Grymes 



Christopher C. Floyd 
1 jeorge D. Brewerton 
' A^ar l Marston 
I Charles C. Tupper 

\ugustiis A. Nicholsoii 

wharles Belts 

fames M'Cawley, jr. 



Benjamin Macomber 
George Cnopc r 
Abraham N. Brevoit 
Samuel S. Cof^eman 
Andrew R^ss 
Stepl^en M. Rogers 
William A. Blo'Kigood 



Vessels of War of 

l^INE OF BATTLE SHIPS. 

Independerxe, 74 

Washii»gton, 74 

Fr^nklni, 74 

Columbus, 74 

Ohi.n 74 

N<.nh Carolina, 74 

Delaware, 74 

Chippew;^, 74 

New Orleans, 74 

FRIGATES FIRST CLASS. 

Constitution, 44 

United States, 44 

(iuerriere, 44 

Java, 4i 

FRIGATES SECOND CLASS. 

Coiigress, 36 

Constellation, 36 

Jll icedoniar , 36 

Fulton Steam Frigute, 30 

GUN 

Numbers 95, 8, 72, 76, 



the United States. 

CORVETTES. 

John Adams, 
Cyane, 

SLOOPS OF WAR. 

Hornet, 

Ontario, 

Erie, 

Peacock, 

Alert, Sore ship, 

BRIGS. 

Enterprise, 
Spark, 

SCHOONERS. 

Nonsuch, 

Aili^at'ir, 

(irampus, 

Dolphin, 

Shirk, 

I'orpoise, 

Asp, rtceiving ve.sstl. 

Ladv vi the Lake, 

BOATS. 

158, 168—1 Gun each, 



24 

24 

18 
18 
18 
18 



12 
12 

6 

12 
12 
12 
12 
12 

1 

6 



tu 



Vajt &€. United States Navy. 



A COMPLETE AND CORRECT TABLE 

Of the Fay and Subsistence allovjed to Officers in thtu 
JVavy of the United States. 



Pay.Ra. 


per per. 


mo day 


too 8 


75 6 


60 


5 


50 


4 


40 


3 


40 


2 


50 


2 


30 


2 


40 


2 


40 


2 


25 


2 


20 


2 


20 


2 


20 


2 


20 


2 


19 




20 




25 




19 




19 




18 




18 




18 1 


18 1 


18 1 


18| 1 


18] 1 


18| 


1 ' 



-5 — 'Si' -o.ii c 



■7L^ « ?» 



RANK OR STATIOir. 

Captain of a vessel of 32 

guns and upwards, 
Captain of a vessel 20, and 

under 32 guns, - - 

Master Commandant, - 
Lieutenant Commanding, 

Lieutenant. - "- - - 

Chaplain, - - - - - 

Surgreon, . - - - - 

burgeon's Mate, - - - 

Sailing Master, - - - 
Pyrser, ------ 

School Master, - - - 

Boats^vain, - - - - 

Gunner, . - - - - 

Sail Maker, - - - - 

Carpenter, - - - - . 

Midshipmen, - ;. - - 

Master's Mate, - - - 

Captain's Clerk, - - - 

Bor.tswainVs Mate, - - 

Carpenter's Mate, - - 

Cockswain, - - - - 

Quarter Gunner, - - - 

Quartermaster, - - - 

Master at Arms, - - - 

Armourer, - - - - - 

Steward, - - - - _ 

Cooper, - - - - 

Cook, - 

JV. B. Applications for appointments must be made 
to the Secretary of the Navy, accompanied ^iih the 
recommendatory letters. 



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^RMF REGISTER. 

cfrected at the Adjutant-Gensral's Office at lVashmgt«n, Oc/oJ. 182!, 
dENERAl. STAFF. 

lacob Brown, Major-General. 

Idmund P.Gaines, Brig. Gea. Major-Gen. brevet. 

Vinfield Scott, do do 

'hos. S. Jeeup, Brig. Gen. and Qr. Mast. General. 

lenry Atkinson, Brig. Gen. &: Adj. Gen. Brig. Gen. br 

phn E. Wool, Inspector-General, Colonel. 

ames Gadsden, do do 

Villiam Linnard, Quarter-Master, Major. 

lenry Stanton, do do 

For Assistant Quarter Masters, see officers of the line, 
'eter Fayssoux, Store-keeper, Qr. Master's deputy, 
lamuel Perkins, do do 

ohn D. Orr, do do 

I. A. Fay, do prov. retained. 

SUBSISTENCE DEPARTMENT. 

hlonel^ George Gibson, com. gen. subsist. Col. Stafl'. 
For Assistant Conjimissaries of Subsistence, see the 
Subalterns of the line. 

PURCHASING DEPARTMENT. 

;;;allender Irvine, com. of pur. 
krchibald Steel, store-keeper. 

PAT DEPARTMENT. 

), Parker, Pay master General, Brig. Gen. Stafi'. 
Thomas Wright, Paymaster, Captain. 



Vsher Phillips, do 


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llphonso VVhetniore,do 


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3enj. F. Lamed, do 


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iatterlee Clark, do 


Major. 


loseph Woodruff, do 


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3avid Gwynn, do 


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David 3. Tovvnsend, do 


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facob W^. Albright, do 


Captain, 


^has, B Tallmadge, do 




Daniel Randall, do 




lihar.es H Smith, do 




fhonias Biddle, do 


Mai or. 


\. A. Massias, do 


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18$ Army of the United States. 

MEDICAL DEPARTMENT. 

Surgeon-GentTaif Joseph Lovell. 

Surgeons^ Thomas Lawson, Thomas G. Mower, B. F* 

Harney, W. V. Wheaton, W. S. Madison, M. H, 

Elliott, John Gale, Josiah Everett. 

jissiatant Surgeons. 

<ieo. W.Maupin Joseph Eaton W. S. Comstock 

Joseph Goodhue B. Delavan Richard Randall 

James H. Sargent Robert Archer Geo B. M'Knighti 

Sylvester Daj Geo. C. Clitherall Lyman Foot 

"William Ballard Squire Lea Thomas P. Hall 

William Turner Joseph P. Russell S. H. Littlejohn 

Hanson Catlett Richd Weigh tman C. A. Finley 

Foster Swift W. H. Livingston Chas. Mendenh 

John Trevett L P. C.Macmahon R. M. Coleman 

Wm. N. Mercer Wm. Beaumont Benjamin King 

T. I C. Monroe Egbert H. Bell A. P. Mtrrill 

Samuel B. Smith Wm. H. Nicoll H. F. Hall 

James Mann Robert French Prestley H Craig- 

J. Wallace Chas.N.M'Coskry Charles Sloan 

William Stewart James Cutbush John Jackson 

ENGINEEB. DEPARTMENT. 

Corl^LS of Engineers. 
Alexander Macomb, Chief Engineer, Maj. Gen. brevet i 
Simon Bernard, Assist. Engin. Brig. Gen. brev. 
Lieutenant-Colonel, Charles Gratiot. 
Majors, 
J. 6. Totten, Lt. Col. br. bamuel Babcock 
Cafitainii, 
Sylvester Thayer, Maj. br. T W. Maurice 
R. E. De Russey, brevet Hipol Dumas 
Frederick Lewis John L. Smith 

Ftritt Lieutenants^ Hor C. Story, brevet, Georirti 
Blaney, Thos L LeHie, Wm H. Chase, Richard Dela. 
field, Andrew Talcott. 

Second IJeutenttnts.,W\mzm A. Eliason, Frederick hi 
Underbill, Cornelius A. Ogden, Henry Brewerton, St©^ 
phen TutUe, brevet, Andrew J. Donelsoo, brevet. 



Army of the United States. 187 

TOPOGRAPHICAL ENGINEERS. 

Majors. 
fohn Anderson James Kearney 

[saac Roberdeau Stephen H . Long 

John J. Abert P. H. Perrault 

ASSISTANT TOP. ENGINEERS. 

Ca/itains. 
Hugh Young John Le Conte 

Wm. Tell Poussin Hartman Bache 

FIRST REGIMENT OF ARTILLERY. 

Colonel, Moses Porter, Brigadier-General, brevet. 

Lieutenant-Colonel, G. Bomford, brevet. 

MajoTy JohnB. Walbach, Lieut. Colonel, brevet. 
Ca/itains. 
A. M 'Do well S. Churchill 

J. B Crane, maj br W. J. Worth, majbr 

A^ S. Brooks, maj br Milo Mason 

J. L Eastman Hy. Whiting, br 

James Dalliba, maj br F, Whiting 

/"'irst Lieutenants. 
D. T. Welch, capt br William T Willard 

Henry Saunders, A. C. S. Henry M, Griswold 
Ed. Kirby, aid to G Brown Robert C. Brent 
Peter MeJendy W. Smith, A C. S. 

Rey. M. Kirby, maj st. adj Henry F. Evans 
Nathaniel G Dana, A. C. S. J. Simonson 
John S. Pierce William G. M'Neill 

Timothy Green, A. C. S. John Symington 
J. J. Davis M. A. Patrick, A. C. S. 

Second Lieutenants. 

Andrew M'lntire, A. C. S. W. H. Swift 

Giles Porter Lemuel Gates 

George Webb Benjamin Walker 

J. Howard Thomas E. Sudler 

D. Van Ness D. D. Tompkins 

Benjamin Vining H. L Feltus 

Justin Dimick G. D. Ramsay 

Daniel Tyler Wm. T. W. Tone 

J. M. Edwards H. P. Welch 



188 Army of the United . States. 

SECOKD REGIMEKT OF ARTILLGRT. 

Colonel^ N. Towson. 
JJeuCenant- Colonel, Jame3 House. 
Mjjor, Jacob Hindman, Colonel brevet. 

Cafitains. 
Wm. Gates Chs. J. Nourse, raaj staff 

A. C. VV. Fanning, maj br Frs, S. Belton, maj staff 
I. Roach, jun, Rd. A. Zantzinger, brevet 

J. F. Heileman J. Mountfort, brevet 

Geo. Talcott, ordnance Th.C. Legate 

Firsf. Lieutenants. 

N. Baden I. S. Abeel, brevet 

Elijah Lyon, A. C. S. Robert L Armstrong, adjt 

Richard Bache, br A C S Henry S. Mallory 

Gustavus S. Drane James Spencer 

George W. Gardiner, ACS William Well?, ACS 

Charles S. Merchant, ACS John A, Webber, ACS 

Charles Mellon, ACS Frederick L. Griffith 

Allen Lowd, A C S CM. Eakin, ACS 

H. W. Fitzhugh, ACS Samuel Cooper 

Second ZAnucenants. 

W. E. Williams Henry Gilbert 

Samuel iVI'Kenzie Thomas P. Ridgeley 

Edward Harding Alexander Stewart, ACS 

James Green, A Q M W. C. De Hart 

A C. Fowler James A. Chambers 

Martin Thomas W, P. Buchanan 

George W. Whistler Joshua Barney 

L S. Hepburn Edwin R. Albert! 

Jacob A. Dumest P. Morrison 

THIRD R^EGIMENT OF ARTILLERT. 

Colonel, Walker K. Armistead. 

Li. ute7iant- Colonel, G. E. Mitchell, Colonel brevet* 

Major, James Bankhead. 

Cafitains. 
Wm. Wilson, maj br Wm. Laval, maj br 

R. Jones. It col br col staff Mann P. Lomax 
S. B Archer, ordnance Gen N. Morris 

Th. Stockton Rufus L. Bake;- 

Henry K. Craig Velix Ansart 



Army of the United States. 



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First Lieut tnanta. 
Sarol. Spotts, ACS capt br Thomas JBaird, ACS 
Eneas Mackay, br 
( W. Thompson 
fo^eph P. Taylor, br. A C S 
(ohn A. Dix, aid to Gen Br 
uewis G^ De Ruesey 
rhomas Childs, ACS 
jeorge S Wilkins 
:harles M. Thruston, adj 



Upton S. Frazer, ACS 
ThomasW. Lendrum, ACS 
Isaac A. Adams 
James D. Graham 
John C- Kirk 
Richard B.Lee 
John Hills 
Samuel S. Smith 



Seco7id Lieutenants, 



Samuel Ringgold 
jeorge W. Corprew 
^V. S Newton 
vV B, Davidsoi^ 
Ulifton Wharton 
Z. J. D Kinsley 
i. F. Hamtramck 
ohn Le Engle 
fVustin Brockenbrough 



L. A Regail 
John Smith 
Hezekiah Gamer 
Francis N. Barbaric 
John H. Winder 
Rawlins LowndeB 
J, M Tufts 
William H. Kerr 
Charles Thomas 



FOURTH REGIMENT OF ARTILLERY; 

Colonel, John R. Fen wick, brevet. 

Lieutenant-Colonel, William Macrea, brevet. 

Major, Abram Eustis, Lieutenant-Colonel, brevet 
Ca/itains, 
E. Humphreys, maj br Jer. D. Hayden, br 

lohn A. Burd, maj br William Wade, ordnance 

B. K. Peirce Wm. F. Hobart 

M M Payiie John Erving 

John R. Bell Abm. L Sands 

First Lieutenants, 



Levi Whiting 

Samud Washburn, ACS 

Matthew S. Massey 

Wm. L. M'Clintock, ACS. 

John L. Gardner, A. Q. M. 

John Monroe 

Jac. Schmuck 

James Ripley 

Hugh K. Mead, ACS 



W. L. Booth 

Patrick H, G^lt 

James Monroe 

J. W Phillips 

Charles Despinville 

J R. Vinton 

Thomas J. Gardner 

John M.Washington,A.C.S. 

W.Wright 



190 Army of the United States. 

Second Lieutenanta. 

H. Bro-vvn Jamep R. Blaney 

Joseph N. Chambers John R. Bowes 

Joseph Stion;^ George C. Jfiitler 

Charles Ward William H. Bell 

Joseph Hopkins Edward G. \V Butkr 

Henry A Thompson Samnel B. Dusenbury 

AVilliara Turnbull William S Maitland 

Ethan C. Sickles John T. Davidson 

Jos. D. Rupp Clarke Burdine 

ORDNANCE STOREKEEPERS. 

W^m. W. Paine Thomas Harrison 

J. Snowden H. M'Call 

Jacint Laval D. Hopkins 

A. Giles J. Whistler 

FIfcST REGIMENT OF INFANTRY. 

Colonel, T. Chambers. 
JJeutenant-Colond. Z. Taylor. 
Myor^ R. Whartenby, brevet. 

Cafitaitift. 
John Jones. A Q M G. Loomis 

William C. Beard, brevet T. F. ^Smith 
James H. Gale Truman Cross, A Q M maj ) 

Richard K. Call, brevet S. H W^ebb Staff 

W. V. Cobbs William H. Ker 

First Lieutenants. 
Garslon Powell Samuel L. Isett 

Geor2:e C. Spencer Thomas Barker, ACS 

E. A. Hitchcock Const. Pierce 

W^illiam S. Harney E Davis 

W. R . ]ouett Alfred Mitchell 

Second Litutenants, 
E. J. Lambert Thomas J. Ayres 

W. Malcolm Mart Burke 

J. Mackenzie Samuel M'Ree 

Jasper Strong William Day 

John Tucker, ACS Thomas P. Gwynne 

SECOND REGIMEN'T OF INFANTRY. 

Colonel^ Hugh Brady. 

JJeutenant-Col'jncl^ W. Lawrence, brevet. 
Major, Enos Cutler, brevet. 



Army of the United States, 191 

CafitabTs. 
Alex. R. Thompson W. Ploffinan 

Newman S, Clark, br J H. Wilkins 

'fi Boardman, br G. Dearborn 

J.H.Ballard T. Staniford 

r. J. Beall, br Dan. Curtis 

Firat Lieutenant f^, 
B A. Boynton R. M. Harrison, A Q M 

Owen Ransom C. F. Morton 

James Young, ACS Seth Johnson 

S. B Griswold Joshua B. Brant, A Q M br 

Walter Bicker,jr. John Clitz 

Second Lkutenants. 
Henry Smith David Brooks 

M, F. Van D& Venter Carlos A Wait 

Edwin V. Sumner Georg;e F, Lindsay 

Edmund B. Griswold J. B Pendleton 

-Samuel L. Ptussel J. S. Gallagher 

THIRD REGIMENT OF IJVi-AMRY. 

Colonel^ N. Pinkney, 

L^ eutenant-ColoneU John M^Neal, jr. Colonel brevef. 

Alajor^ D. Baker, brevet. 

Captains. 
C. Larrabee, n2aj. br. J. Garland 

W^iilicim Whistler "\V Browning, br 

Stephen W". Kearney R Plumphreys 

Hez. Bradley R. B. Mason 

John Green J. S. Nelson, br 

First Lieutenants. 
Wm.G. Belknap R, C Pomeroj 

John B Clark, A C S James Dean 

Ed. E.Brooks A. Mnsser 

Andrew Lewis ITor. Webster 

T . J. Harrison Henry H Loring 

Second Liiiitenani^. 
5"amTifcl "^V. Hunt Tj. N. Morris 

H. N.Baker. ACS Stewart Cowan 

J. C. Hayward W^illiam Tolson 

A, Woodward James B. Allen 

J. M. Tufis Fxlvrjn A.Caldwell 



192 Anny of the ilnited States. 

FOrRTH REGIMX^NT OF INBAWTRY. 

Colonel^ R. Bufler, Colonel Staff 

L.if.utmanr Colonel^ G. M. Brooke, Colonel brevet, 

Major ^ J. B. Manejrf 

Cafitains 
3, H. Vose, maj br Francis L. Dade 

Saunders Donoho Philip Waerer 

James H. Hook Henry Wilsoa 

J. S. M'Intosh R. M. Sands 

James M.GIassell, maj staff F. W. Bradjr 

J^rat jLieuirnantA. 
H R. Dulanj Lee Slaughter 

William Lear E. Webb 

Jer. Yancey Wm M. Graham 

G W. Allen Edward Alexander 

J. Page Thomas Johnston 

Seeortd JUeutenants. 
Joseph B. Shaw Geo. Mountz 

W. H. Mann J B. Triplet 

R. B. A Tate William Martin 

Arthur W. Thornton, ACS T. Burk 
John J. Jackson Edward N. Dulany 

FIFTH REOIMENT OF INFANTRY. 

Colonel^ Josiah Snelling. 

Lieutenant-Colon rl^ Henry Leavenworth, Col. brev 

Major ^ J. E. Dinkins, brevet. 
Captains. 
S. Burbank, maj br J.Fowle,jr. 

George Bender, A Q M David Perry 

John Bliss Beiinet Riley 

M. Marston, maj br Charles L. Casi 

Benjamin Watson, raaj br T. F. Hunt, A Q M 

First iJeutenanrs. 
J. Plympton J. MMlvain 

D. Wilcox M. Scott 

Rt. A. M^Cabe, br G. Lowe 

Nathan Clark, ACS P. R. Green 

T. Hunt, ACS E. K. Barnum 

Second Liejitenants. 
S. S. Stacy, A C S D.Tyler -' 

C. Burbridge B. Gorham * 

J. C. Russell W. E. Crnger 

C. C. Hobart Phineas Andrew^ 

Jos. M. Baxley W. Alexander 



Army of the United States, 193 

SIXTH REGIMENT OE INFANTRY* 

^ohneU Uuncan L. Clinch. 

Ueiitenant-ColoJiel, Willoughby Morgan. 

Major^ Alexander Cummings. 
Captains. 
W. S- Foster, maj br William Haile ^ 

Daniel Ketohum, maj br J. M^Gunnegle, A Q M 
■ Thomas Hamilton William Armstrong 

•W.Martin i^T^^^- S'^^^ 

\VIatthew J. Magee Ephraim Shaylor 

FirsC Lieutenants. 
Jf. Clark, jr. ACS V* ^k p^' ATS 

John Gantt Jacob Brown, A C 5> 

I Sab. Field Samuel Shannon 

-. Pentland ST^ ^^^^S', 

Thomas W. Kavanangh Zalmon C. Palmer 

Second Lieutenants. 
iV. D. M*Cray N. I. Cruger 

foseph Buckley ^.i'^™^'.?"^! 

William N. Wickliffe W. W. Morns 

John Duncan IH^T^^'^^'T'' 

f no. Bradley • Richard Wells 

SEVENTH REGIMENT OP INFANTRY. 

Colonel, Matthew Arbuckle. 
Lieutenant CcloncL William Lindsay, 
Major, A. R. Woolley. 

Cafitain.-i, 
tVilliam Bradford, maj br George Birch 
D. E. Twiggs, maj br R- B. Hyde 

^^^ Davenport Nathaniel Young 

R D. Richardson • G- Leftwich 

f. S. Allison Daniel E. Burch 

First Lieutenants. 
N. G. Wilkiason A. M Houston 

.^.Berrvman William N Bronaugh 

i:j. Murdock Richard Wash 

r.Wheelock BL.E. Bonneville- 

(no. Phi.lbrick J. B. Hobkirk 

Second Lieutenants 
Pierce Butler John M'Cauley 

John Stewart Norman Holmes 

a'nes Dawson ^^ ^^'^ !' ^^"?'"' 

W S Colquhoun, ACS R. D. A. Wade 
W. W. Outlaw Robert Ross 



194 



Consuls, Agents, &c. 



INTERCOURSE WITH FOREIGN NATIONS, 

DIPLOMATIC DEPARTMENT. 

Ministers Pleni/iotentiary, S^OOOeach. Sn*njs, S^OOQ, 
England^ R i c h A r i> R u s h , John A, Smith. 

France, Albkrt Gallatin, Daniel Sheldon. 

RuHsia, Henry Middleton, Charles Pickney. 

Sfiairiy John Forsyth, Thomas L. L. Brent. 

Charged' Affaires. 
A''etherlandf;^ Alexander H. Everett. , 
Sweden, Christopher Hughes, jr. 

Consuls of the United States in forkig:* 
Countries. 
In Great Britain and Ireland. 
Thomas Aspinwall, Consul, London 

James Mnury, — 

Herman Visger, — 

Naiiianiel Ci" Ingraharo, jr. — 
Robert VV. Fox — 

William Daw, — 

Thomas Auldjo> — 

Joel Hart, * — 

Harvey Strong* — 

Thomas English, — 

Jacob Mark, — 

Samuel Luke, — 

Bernard Henrj', — 

Martin Bickham, — 

Thomas VVynns, — 

Williaiu R. Higinbotliam, Agent, 
John Storr, — 

In Russia, 
Abraham P. Gibson, Consul. St. Petersburg. 

In Snveden and JVornuay. 
David Erskine, Co isul, Strckholm 

C. A. Murray, — 

Henry J mson, jr. — 

Robert M. Harnson — 

In Denmark. 
John Rainals, Consul, 

Robert Jacques, — 

Nathan Levy, Agent, 



Liverpool 

Bristol 

Plymouth 

Falmouth 

Kingston up.Hull^ 

Cowes. 

Leith. 

Glasgow. 

Dubun. 

Cork. 

ReUast. 

Gihi-altnr. 

Isle of France. 

I'uvk's Islands. 

Bermuda. 

Nassau, N. P- 



Gothciiburg. 
Christiansand. 
St.BartholomcfW!^ 

Copenhagen. 
1. St. Cruz. 
I. S'. Thomp.?- 



Consuls, Agents, &c. 



195 



In Germany. 

i 'Ldward VVyer, Consul, Hamburg 
1 i'recierick 3. Winchelhausen, — Bremen. 

A^illiain Clark, — • Embden. 

fohn G. Boker, — Remscheid. 

In the A'etherlands. 

1 bhn W, Parker, Consul, 

manuel Wambersie, — 

David Parish, — 

vViiliain Gamble — 

[Cortland L. Parker, — 

Thomas Trask, — 

, \braham E. Scesman, .Agent, 



Amsterdam. 

Rotterdam. 

Antwerp. 

I. St. Eustatia. 

I. Curracoa. 

Surinam. 

Batavia. 



In France^ a^d its dependencies. 



(saac Cox Barnet, 
Daniel Strobel, 
foshua Dodge, 
Francis C. Fenwick, 
Gerard D. Smith, 
Edward Church, 
Reuben G. Beasley, 
Silas Maren, 
Francis B. Faures, 



Consul, Paris. 

— Bordeaux. 

— Marseilles. 

— Nantes. 

— La Rochelle. 
-- L'Orient. 

— Havre deGrace 
I. Martinique. 
I. Guadaloupe, 



Agent. 



In Portugal arid Braz 

Israel P. Hutchinson, Consul, 

Alexander Burton, — 

Henry Hill, — 

Woodbridg'" Odlin, — 

James H. Bennett, — 

Jf.'Se dos Santfs Monteiro, — 

John H. March, -— 

John B. Dabney, — 

Samuel Hodges, jr. — 



John M. Hail, 
Richard M'Call, 
Ohadiah Ricli, 
George G. Barrel*, 
Robert Montgomery, 
Francisco Xavicr de Ealo, 
Geoi-ge Theo. Ladico, 



In Spain. 

Consul, 



a. 

Lisbon, 

Oporto. 

Rio de Janeiro, 

St. Salvador. 

Pcrnambuco. 

Maranhao. 

L Madeira. 

Fayal. 

CapedtVcrdL 

Cadiz. 

Barcelona. 

^'^alL'ncia. 

Malaga. 

Aiicant. 

Bilboa. 

Belearic Islds. 



196 



Consuls, Agents, &c. 



John 0*Sullivan. 
A;i(irew Stuart, 
Wiilia-n G. Miller, 
Robert K. Lowry, 
John WaMit^r, 
Danie; G ruud, 
Jacf'b 6. Comegys, 
John VV. M'Fadon, 
Juclah Lord, 
J seph M. Esp.-.cia, 
Michr.vi ri gao, 
Aiired P. Eawards, 

In Tuscany^ 
Thomas Appleton, 
Jamt-s .*>chee, 
Victor A. S^sserao, 
George Moore, 



Consul, I. Teneriffe 

— I Manilla. 

— Monte Video. 
Agent, La Gu:.yra. 

— Hdvanna. 

— St. JagodeCuba. 

— Trinidad deCuba^ 

— M-ita-'ZHS. 

— Porto Rico. 

— Campeaciy. 

— V . Iparaiso. 

— BufcM;OS Ay res, 

Sardinia, jiusiria. 

Consul, Leghorn. 

— Genoa. 

— Nice. 

— Trieste. 



In the Kingdom of the two Sicilies. 
Alexander Hammett, Consul, N iples. 

Henry Preble, — Palermo, 

John Broadbenr, — Messiua. 

In the Barbary States. 
William Shaler, Con. Gen. Algiei*s. 

Ti.wnshend Stith, Coi^sul, Tunis. 

Thomas D. Anderson, — Tripoli. 

John MuUowny, — Tangier. 

In China. 
Benjamin Wilcocks, Consul, 



Andrew Armstrong, 
John N. D'Arcy, 
Aaron B. Nones, 



Canton. 

In Hayti. 

Agent, Port au Priuci 

— Ciine Haytien. 

~ Aux Cayes. 



In the Sandwich Inlands. 
John C. JoLes, j r. Agent. 

jigtnts for Claims^ iJfc. 
London^ Th'^mas Aspinwall. 
Pari«, Isaac C x Barnet. 
Chiti, (Sfc. Join. B Prt vost. 
Buenos Jyres, isfc. J hn M F'^rbes. 
VenezuelUy Sjt'c. Charles S. Todd. 



Foreign Ministers, 89c. in the U. States. 197 

'IINISTERS, CONSULS, AND COMMISSARIES OF 
FOREIGN POWERS. 

RESIDENT IN THE UNITED STATES. 

From France. 

lis Excellency the Baron cle Neuviile, Envoy Extraor- 
dinary, and Minister Flenipolenliary, from France, to 
the United States of An .enca. 

Chev.Roth 5c Couut de Menou, Secretaries cf Legation. 

M. Hersant, Privnte Secretary. 

Messrs. De Mun. D' Asprcniont, Thierry, De Bresson, 
Laborie, and Vi i^ret, attached to the Legation. 

M. Retry, Consul (ieneral to the United States, at 
Washington. 

M. Lesseps, Cr.nsul. Philadelphia. 

M. De Vidnais, Consul, Bi'St( n. 

M. Le Ct ir.pt':- D' Espinville, Consul at New Ynrlo 

M. Le Maiquis de Fdigeres, Co; sul, Charleston. 

M. Angelucci, C(:nsul, B-iltnimre. 

Samuel A. Dannery, Consul ad interim, Baltimore. 

M. Guilltmiii, Consul, at New-Orleans. 

M. Ccuteaux, Vicf Cm^ul, at Norfolk. 

M. Lagan, Vice Consul, at Portsmouth, N. H» 

M. Latorrest, Vice-Consul, at Savannah. 

From Great Britain. 

The Rt. Honourable Stratloi d Canning, Envoy Extra- 
ordinary, and Minister Plenipotentiary. 

GibbsS. Antrobus.Esq. Seen tary ot Legation, 

Henry Parish, Esq Private Secretary. 

Foley Wiilmot, E«q. attached to the Legation. 

Anthony St. John Baker, Esq. Consul Gen. Washington. 

James Baker, Esq S-'cretary. 

James Buchanan, Esq. Consul for the city mid state of 
New -York. 

George Manners, Esq. Consul for Massachu. at Boston. 

Donnald Mackintosh, Consul, N. Hampshire & Maine. 

John Crawford, Esq. Consul for Mar> land, Baltimore. 

William Gray, Esq. Consul for Virginia, Norfolk. 

Benjamin Mocilie, Esq. Coi sul for North and South 
Carolina, and Georgia, Charleston. 

Tohn Davidson, E^q. Consul for Louisiana, N Orleans 

James Stewart. Consul, New-London. 

John Bernard Gilpin, Esq. do. Newport, R. I. 
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198 Foreign Ministers, &c. in the U. States. 

Gilbert Robertson, Consul, Philadelphia. 

James Patton, Esq. acting Vice-Con. Alexandria, D. C. 

James Wallace, Esq. do. Savannah. 

From Russia, 
His Excellency the Chev. Pieire de Poletica, Envoy 

Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary. 
G. Ellison, Counsellor ot Legation. 
Baron de Mikitz, Secretary of Legation. 
1. Ivanhoff, Consul General, Philadelphia. 
Alexis Eustaphieve, Consul, Boston. 
T. Swift, Vice-Consul, Alexandria. 
I. G. Bogert, Vice-Consul, New- York. 
Edward Hollander, Vice-Consul, New-Orleans. 
Edward J. Cole, Age.it. Baltimore. 
Fortescue Whittle, Agent, Norfolk. 
John Prince, Agent, Salem. 
Ebenezer Mayo, Agent, Portland. 

From Spain. 

His Excellency Don Joaquin Anduaga, Envoy Extraor- 
dinary and Minister Pienipoientiary fnaii the King of ' 
Spain, at Washingron. 

Don Hilario de Kivusy Salmon, Secretary of Legation. 

Don Bartoleme Kenguenet, Consul, Philadelphia. 

Don Thomas StoughK.n, Consul, New York. 

Don Raymando Chacon, Consul for N. Hampshire,Mas-- 
sachusetts, Connecticut, Vermont, ik; H. 1, Boston. 

Don Bernardo Malagaraba, Vice-Cotisul at Providence, 
Rhode-Island. 

Don ^ablo Chacon, Consul, Norfolk. 

Don Antonio Argotte Villalfibos, Consul for Louisiana. 

Don Carlos Mo vey, Vice-Consul, Savannah. 

Don Juan Bantista Bernabcu, Consul, Baltimore.. 

Don Joaqui i Zamorano. Consul, Alexandria. 

Don Ditigo Morphy, Vice-Consnl, Natches. ! 

Don Felix Trude<in, Vice-Consul, Natchitoches. 

Don Juan Galberto Ortega, Vice-Consul, St.Luui?.. 

From P or lug a l. 

Joseph Amado Grehom, Charge d' Affaires. 
Joaquin Barroro Pereira, Consul General. 
Anthony D. Dufr, Consul for New- York & East Jersey. 
William R. Swift, Consul, fqr Maryland. 



Foreign Ministers, Sec, in the U. States. 19i> 

Philip Marett, Consul for New Hampshire, Massachu- 
setts and Maine. Office No. 46 India Wharf, Boston. 

J. P. Kraft, Consul, B iltimore. 

John Vaughan, Vice-Consui, for Pennsylvania, Dela- 
ware, arid VVest Jersey. 

Jonathan Swift, Vice-Consul, for District of Columbia. 

A. B. Nones, Vice Consul, for Virginia. 

Joao Portugal Calhorda, Vice-Cons. for North Carolina. 

C P.L. Westendorff, Vicc-Consul for South Carohna. 

Francis Sorrell, Vice-Consul for Georgia. 

Henry Hutton, Vice-Consul, New-Oi'leans and Gulf of 
Mexico. 

From Prussia. 

His Excellency Frederick Greuhm, Mini5,ter, Resident. 

Ralph B. Forbes, Consu., Boston, 

Ja'^obSpei-ry, Consul, Philadelphia. 

Louis Trapman, Consul, Charleston. 

J. W. Schmidt, Consul, New -York. 

Vincent Noite, Consul, New-Orleans. 

J. P. Kraft, Consul, Baltimore. 

From the Netherlands. 

Viscount de Quabeck, Charge d' Affaires. 
J. C. Ziinmerman, Consul, Slew-York. 
P. G. Lechleitiier, Consul, Paiiadelphia. 
C. I. Konig, Consul, Baltimore. 
Jonathan Swift, Consul, Alexandria, 
Moses Myers, Consul, Norfolk. 
Jacob R. Valk, Consul, Charleston. 
F. Wright, Consul, Savannah. 

From Denmark. 

Chev. Peter Pederson, Minister Resident and Consui 

Gen. Philadelphia. 
John Bohlen, Vice Consul, Philadelphia. 
George H-immeken, C^onsul, New York. 
Charles W. Greene, Vice-Consul, Boston. 
Henry G. Jacobsen, Vice-Consul, Baltimore 
Jonathan Swift. Vice-Consul, Alexandria. 
Moses Myers, Vice-Consul, Norfolk. 
Hanson Kelly, Vice-Consul, Wilmington, N. C. 
Joseph Winthrnp, Vice-Consul, Charleston, S. C. 
Richard ReU", Vice-Consul, New-Orleans. 



2 JO Foreign Ministers, &c. in the U. States. 

From Sweden and JVorway. 

Baron De Stackelberi^, Charge d' Affaires. 

Henry Galin, acting Consul deneral, New-York. 

Severin Lorich, Co isul, Phiiadelpliia, 

S. Biagge, Boston, Consul tor Massachusetts, Vermont, 

art<i ISew-Hdrnpshi'e. 
J. Swift, do. Alexandria, D. C. 
John Myers, do. Norfolk. 
William VV. Rotlmcti), Vice-Consul, Washington and 

Newbern, N. C. 
Edmund Bridgejr. Commerc. Agent, Wilmingtcn,N. C. 
Joseph Winthrop, do. CharlestDu, S. C. 
Chailes Westteldt, do. Savannah. 
K. D. Shepherd, do. New-Orleans. 

From Hamburg. 

Charles N. Buck, Consul General, Philadelphia. 
John W. Schmidt, Vice-Consui, New- York. 
Frederick Chaiies Gr^f, Vtce-Con.ul, BaUiiiiore. 
Anthony, Charles Cazenove, Vice-Consul, Alexandria. 
Jacob WuitF, Vice-Consul, Charleston. 

From Tuscany. 
John F. Mansony, Consul, N. England States, at Boston 

From Austria. 
Bdron De Ltderer, Consul, New- York. 

From Sardinia, 
Gaspare Deabbate, Coiisul Cieneral, Philadelphia. 
S V. Boul-ind, Vice C:;nsul, New-Y»)rk. 
Teoliio F. Do'igheity, Vice-Consul, BaUimore. 
GiulioF. Brette, Vice-Consul, Norfolk. 

From Bremen 4* Lubcc. 
H. D. Wichelhausen, Consni General, Baltimore* 



ILLINOIS. Admitted as a State 18]ft. BotiiitUd W. by iht- ^iissisip- 
pi; S. by the Oliix ; P2. by Indiana and Lai;t; Michigan ; N. by North 
latitude 42^ 30 . It has o«ie Reineseiitative in Cnngifss. Goveiuor and 
Senate chosen for four ywtis. Keineseutativts fji- two. I'lesciit seat of 
Guvernment Kiiskaskia. 

Michigan Territory is enlarged, so as to isiclude the whole Tt.iitoi v of 
the Uujted Statfis, N. W. of Ohio, Indiana, and Illinois State*. 



Revenue Officers of U. S. in Massachusetts. 20i 

Collectors, 
Henry A. S. Dearborn Joseph Storer Kennehunk 

Boston & Ciiarlestown. M-iXixnT.'SlononMintuck. 
Nathl. Tracy, Deputy. John Hawes JVew-Bedford 
William Raymond Lee James Piince A''eiuburyfu 
Salem Sc Beverly. SteplienThacherPas.vamy. 
B. Crowninshkld Mar(6/M Danic! Lane Btljast 

John Kittredge Gloucester Josiah Hook PtJiobacot 
Isaiali Uiirttn Barnstable ZabdielSampson/'/i/7;20w//^ 
Joseph F. VVingate Bath Isaac llsley, jr. Portland 
Nathl. VVilUams Dighion Daniel Granger Saco 

Thos. Cook, jr. Edgar ton Denny M'Cobb Waldobo, 
'E.SJsLYvhFrenchiuan'^ B. F»ancisCook Wiscaryset 
Asa Andrews Ipsivich Jerenuah Bradbury York 

JVaval Officers. 
Thomas Melvill, Boston and Charlestoivn. Samuel 

Packer, Deputy. 
Henry Elkins, Salem & Bev. Daniel Swett, JVewb'yft. 

Surveyors and Insfiectors. 
Elbridge Gerry Boston Ebenezer Dale Gloucester 
John Skinner, Defiuiy. HezekiahPrinceTTfomasm 

Mm Saunders { f^'r^y J"- ^ Jewetr \ ^'iZ'l^, 
Joshua Prentiss Marbleh. Isaac Carter Augusta 
Wm. Cross Xeivburyjiort Nathan Fiske Cambr'port 
Inspectors and Measurers., Boston and Charltstoivn. 
John Popkins G Johnson C. Duvant 

Joseph W.Homer Char'es Lincoln Thomas Welles 
Darins Boardman John Minot Henry Harris 

J. F Barber A. W. Thaxter FrancisCi.Deblois 

libenezer Clough John N. Welsh Daniel Rhod -s.jr. 
K. B Hewes Nnthan Fisk HoraceH. Watson 

Jotham Lincoln, jr. //w§"A'aw. Joel Wdcut, Cohasset, 

IVeighers and Guagtrs, Bofston & Charlestown, 
Thomas Rice W. R. Lee, jr. Joseph Loring 
James S. Lovell Jchn Champney Louis Dc-blois 
Ward<na of the Pert, and Surveyors of the Damage 

on l^csscls £c Cargoes, Michael Hopkins, Bf nj. Smith. 
Pilots for Outward Div. Port and Harbour of Boston. 
Josiah Ayres, Lem. Ayres, John Tilley, John Sargerit. 
Inward Div. R. Coombs, John Wilson, Robert Knox. 

Gloucester^ James Sayward, and William Sayward. 



COMPRISING SUNDRY ADDITIONS AND ALTERATIONS. 



Page. 

36 Dele Charles Davis, deceased. 
. 37 Add Walter Channi- g, J. P. Boston. 

39 Add Wil.iam Foster Apthorp, and Francis Brin- 
ley, Attorneys C. P in BcTSton. 

42 Insert Isaac R Howe, Attorney S.J C. Haverhill. 

46 Add Benjamin Ihonipbon, Wilmington, J. P. 

47 Inseit Isauc Bemis., Attorney, S. J. C. W.iithann. 

Add J mes Swallow, Dunstable, Coroner. 

50 Add William Paige, jr. Ware, Coroner. 

51 Dele Ephraim Vndrews, J, P. decea'-ed. 

52 Add Thomas Bf-nnett, Mindleboro', J. P. 

53 Insert Alexander Wood, At'orney C. P. Hanover. 

61 Insert Anemas Ward, Regisrer of Deeds, Wor- 

cestt r Co, anr' dee 01i» er Fiske. Dele Timo- 
thy Paige, J. P. & Q. deceased. 

62 Add Asa Waters, Mtlbui v , J. P. 

72 Insert John B. Derbv, Counsellor S.J.C. Medfield. 

74 Add Horatio D. Mewcomb, Northfield, J. P. 

76 Add Asa Seymour, Grativille, J. P. 

85 Add Willi tfn Ritchie, C. Needham. 

87 For John Kelley, Roman Catholic Bishop, read 

Patrick Keiley. 
132 Hamilton College, N. Y. — Insert Rev. John Mon- 
tr itb, A. M. Professor of Langujtges. — Eleazer 
Lathrop, a. m. William Kirkland, a.m. Tutors. 
1S9 Insert Mi»ry Fisk, Preceptress, Hopkins Acade- 
my, and c'ele Eliza Merrill. 
140 Dele Cliarles Davis, deceased. 
149 Annual meeti'-.g of Proprietors of Boston Library, 

third Frid ly in July. 
171 Add Phinehas White, Represent, from Vermont. 
177 Dele Charles Davis, decased, 

Boston and Roxbury Mill Corfioration. 
Otfice on the Dam, Charles-street. 
President, John T Ajjthorp. Treas. George Bethune, 
Directors, William (iray, Francis C. Gray, Joiui T, 
Apthorp, Jcnathan Amory, William Appletoh, Jona- 
than Dorr, Ebenezer Francis, Benjamin Gorham, Beii' 



Appendix.'] Charitable Societies, 203 

jamin P. Homer, Thomas Motley, Standfast Smith, 
Israel Thorndike. 
Jgenty Loammi Baldwin. 2rl Agent, David Moody. 

jiasociated Instructors of Youth. 
Incorporated January 27, 1818. 
President, Thomas Payson, Esq. ^. u. 
Secretary, Mr. James Robinson. 
Treasurer, Hall J. Kelley, a. m. 
Librarian, Ephraim H. Farrar. 
■ Trustees, Mr. Jonathan Snelling, Mr. Lawson Lyon, 
Mr. John R. Cotting. 

Female Samaritan Society in Boston. 
Instituted November 29, 1837. 
President, Mrs. Mary W. ('lark. 
Vice-President, Mrs. Mary Veazie- 
Secretary, Miss Mr;n?i Learnard. 
Treasurer, Mrs. Rachael Veazie. 
7rM.s^6r.9,Mrs. Phebe Adams, Mrs. Betsey Wilkinson, 
Mrs, Martha Meritt, Miss Susan Howe, Miss Hannah 
Sargent. 

Council, Rev. ^aul Dean, Deacon P. Hall, J. Em- 
mons, N. Emmes. 
Marine Bible Society of Boston and its Vicinity, 
Instituted September, 1820. 
President^ Hon. William Gray, Esq. 
Vice-President, 

Treasurer, Ebenezer Parker, Esq, 
Corresponding Sec'ry, Kev. William Jenks. 
Recording Sec^ry, Mr. William Marston. 
Directors, Messrs. Davis C Ballard, John Binney, 
Matthew Bridcje, Nathaniel Curtis, Rev. Warren Fay, 
Henrv Gray, Francis C. Gray, Lemuel P. Grcsvenor, 
Seth Knowles, Winslow Lewis, Joseph W. Lewis, To- 
bias Lord, William Marston, Henry J. Oliver, Dr. Ab- 
ner Phelps, WiUiam Ropes, Nathaniel P. Russell, Eb- 
enezer Parker, Isaac Stevens, William B. Swett, Wm. 
Thurston, Nathl. Tracy, Thos. Vose, Capt.John Wood. 
Dcmestic and Foreign Mist.ion Society of Plymouth 
County and Vicinity. 
President, Rev. Samuel Glover. 
Vice-President, Rev. Ebenezer Briggs, 
Secretary, Joseph Torrey, jr. 
Treasurer. Levi Peirce, Esq, 



204 Masonie Societies. ^Appen^k, 

General Grcnid Rncamfiment of Knights Temfilars 
for the Unitrd otatrs. 
MW & Hon. Sir De Witt Clinton, of N. Y. GG.Master. 
Sir Henry F. wle, of Barton, Mass. D.J. G.G.MasUr. 
Sir John Snow, Worthingtnn, Ohio, G.G.Generalissi/HQ, 
Sir Ezra Annes, New A'ork, G. G. Cafit. General. 
Rev. Paul Dean, Boston, Mass G, G. Prelate, 
Sir Martin Hoffman, N^nv-York, G. G. Senior M^arden, 
Sir John Carlisle, Rhode- Island, G. G. Junior Warden. 
Sir Peter Grennell, do. G G. Treasurer. 

Sir John J. Lorirg, Mass. G. G. Recordrr. 
Sir Thonias Lowndes, New-York, G G. Warden, 
Sir Jonathan Shieffilin, do. G. G ^Standard bearer. 
Sir Ebenezer Wadsworth, do. G. G. Srjord bearer. 

The G.G. Encampment assemble «eptenniallv ; their 
next communication will be at New-York, on Monday, 
subsequent to the second Tiiursday in September, 
A. D. 1S26. 

Grand Encampment of Massachusetts a?2d lihodc^ 

Idand. Meet annually. 
M W Sir Henry Fowie, of Boston, G. Master. 
Sir John Carlisle, of Rhode-Island. Deti. G. Master. 
Sir Peter Grinneil, of do. G. Ge?ierol'ssimQ, 
Sir Henry P;irkitt, of Boston, Massa. Capt. General. 
Sir Moses Richardson, Providence, R.I. G. Treamrer^ 
Sir John 1^. Cottirg, (i. R-cordtr. 

Encampments under the Jurisdiction. 

Boston Encampment. 
Stated meetings on the Wednesdav subsequent to the 
full Moon in March, June, Septen.ber, and December^, 
Sir Henry Fowle, M. R. Grand Commander, 
Sir Robert Lash, Genc'rali.<tsi?no. 
Sir William Barry, Captain General. 
Encampment at Newburvport. 
do. at Portland, 

do. at Newport. 

Crcneral Grand Royal Jrch Chapter of United Sfate9,\ 
will hold rheirnext septemuHl m^^rting at New -York, 
in Septen.ber, 18J6. 
M E & Hon. De Win Clinton, New- York, G. G,H.P^\ 
M E Henrv Fowle, Esq. of Mass. D. G. G. H. P 



4ppendix^'] Masonic Societies. 205 

M E John Snow, Esq. of Ohio, G. G. K. 

M E Philip P.lEckel,Esq. of Maryland, G. G. Scribe. 

VI E John Abbot, Esq. ot Mass. G G. Secretary. 

VI E Peter Grinnell, Esq. of R.Island, G.G. Treasurer. 

VI E Sc Rev. Jonathan Nye.of Vermont, G.G.Chafiiain. 

M E David G.Cowan,Esq. of Kentucky, G.G.Mars/ifl//. 

Grand Royal Arch Chafiter of Massachusetts. 
Stated meetings in June, September, and December. 

Officers elected in September. 
M E Jonathan Gage, Esq. of Newburyport, G. //. F. 

E & Rev. Paul Dean, of Boston, D. G H. Priest. 

E Caleb Butler, Esq. of Groton, G. Kinpc- 

E RoswellLee, Esq. of Springfield, G. Scribe. 

E Thomas P. Jackson, E«q. of Boston, G. Treasurer. 

E John J. Loring, Esq. of Boston, G. Secretary. 

Most Worshipful Graiid Lodj^e of Massachusetts^ 
Quarterly communications held on the 2d Monday in 

December, Marcit, June, and September. 
M W John Dixwell, m. d. of Boston, Grand Master. ^ 
R W John Abbot, Esq. Westford, Defi. Grand Master. 
R W Thomas Cole, ?>alem, Seyiior Grand Warden. 
R W Elijah Crane, Esq. Canton, Junior Gr. Warden. 
R W Elijah M(^rse, Esq. Baston Grand Treasurer. 
R W Thomas Powers, Esq. Boston, Grand Sec*ry. 
R W & Rev.Chrever Felch, Charlestown, Cor.G. Sec. 
R W & Rev. Aaron Green, Maiden. 1 

Ebenr Hubbard, Mi(Ueton,f ^ Chafilains. 

Wm. Cogswell, Dedham, C -^ 

Jos. Richardson, Hingham, ) 
R W John J. Loring, Boston. G>and Marshal. 
R W Lusher Gay.Esq.CHmbridge, Senior Gr. Deacon. 
R VV Samuel Thaxter, Boston, Junior Grand Deacon. 
R VV Benj. Whipple, Charlestown, J 

5 ^/ §irJ- S^^^PP^^^^""' ^°'^°"' )> Gr, Stetvards. 
R \V Ethan Cobb, do. ( 

R W James A. Dickson, do ) 

R W Thomas I. Goodwin, Charlestown,' G. Sword B. 

R W Michael Roulstone, 7 ^ ^^ PurswA,ants. 

R VV Daniel Baxter, jr. S 

R W WilUam Eaton, Grand Tyhr. 



20S Masonic Societies. ^ Appendix, i 

The following Right Worshipful Brethren are Deputj 
Grand Masters for the several Districts of the Common- 
wealth, and styled District Deputy Grand Masters. 
R W 8c Hev. Paul Dean, Boston, Isl Dist 

R W Jo .athan G . Johnson, m. d. Newburyport, 2cl do 
R W S adlev Sampson, Esq. Duxbury, 3d do 

R W J »siah J. Fisk.e, Esq. Wrentham, 4th do 

R W Abraham H'.skeU, jr. Leominster, 5th do 

R W Ja.n< s F. Robbins, Templeton, 6th do 

R V 6c liev. VI )heas fiarding, New-Salem, 7th do 
R vV Joseph Tucker, Esq. Lenox, 8th do 

R W J \mes Russell, Esq. West Cambridge, 9th do 
R W cniver B. Morris, Esq. Springfield, 10th do 
R W Sylvester Baker, E.sq. Barnstable, 11th do 

R W & Rev. Seth F. Swift, Nantucket, 12th do 

Committfe of Chartty, 

R W Benjamin B. Appleton. 

R W John Chadwick. 

R W Ferdinand E. White. 

R W Calvin Howe. 

R W Ethan Cobb. 



LODGES IN BOSTON. 

St, Jo/:n*s Lodge. 

R VV Ferdinand E White, Master. 

Stated meeting the first Tuesday in every month. 

St. jindrew^8 Lod^e, 

R W David Parker, Master. 

Stated meeting the second Thursday in every month, 

Massachusetts Lodge. 

R W Michael Roulstone, Mattter. 

Stated meeting the last Friday in every month. 

Columbian Lodge. 

R W Samuel Smith, Master, 

Stated meeting the first Thursday in ever}' month.* 

Mount Lebanon Lodge. 

R W Char es Welles, Master. 

Stated meeting the last Monday in every month. 

Council 0^ Royal and select Masters* 

Meet Quarterly. 

Thorras Pay son, Esq, M.J, M. 



ippendix.2 List of Stages. 20T 

LIST OF STAGES, 

Vhe houses at which they p.ut vp, and days and hours 
on which thty leave and return to Boston. 

Andover Accommodaiion Stage — Leaves Daven- 
»ori*s, Ann-st. 3 o'clock eve. Returns 10 morn. 

Andover Coach— Leaves Davenport's, Ann-st. Mond. 
Ved.and Fridays, 6 morn. Returns Tues. Thurs. 6c 
iaturdays, 6 eve. 

Albany, by Northampton — Leaves Earle's, Hanover 
t. Mon. Wedn. Frid. 2 morn. Returns Tues. Thurs. 
Saturday evening. 

Albany, by Springfield — Leaves Earle's Tues. Thu. 
jat. 2 aiorn. Returns Mond. VV ed. Fr . evening 

Albany, by Wiiliamstown — Leaves Dutch's Friday, 
I morning. 

Brattlebcro' 6c Albany — ^Leaves Dutch's Mon. Wed. 
?ri. 1 morn. Returns Tucs. Thurs. Sut. evenhg. 

Bridgewater ScN. Bedtoid— Leaves Pettts 6c Hnmil- 
ton's, Mon. Wed. Fr i. 7 morn. Ret. Tu. Th. SaU 5 eve. 

Bridgewater 6c K. ndolph — Leaves Indian Queen, 
Fu. Thurs. and Sat. • oon. Returns Mon. W^td. and 
Friday noon. 

Burlington, through VV alpole, Windsor, Hanover, 8c 
Montreal — Leaves DuICk's Mon. Wed. Fii. 2 morn. 
Keturis Tues. Tliurs Sat. 6 evening. 

Burhngtof;, through Andover, Concord, N. H. and 
Montpeiic-r— Leaves Barnard's, Mon. Wed. Fri.7 morn. 
Keiurns Tues. Thurs. Sat. 3 evening. 

Beve\ly — Leaves Boyden's Brattle-st. every week 
:la>, 4 e\en. Returns every week day, 11 morning. 

Concor , (mail) N.H.— Leaves Davenport's, Mond. 
VW^du &. Fri. 4 morn. RetTue. '1 hurs 6c Sat. 5 eve. 

CoiiC. Lunenburg 6c Winchendon Accom, — Lca\es 
Dutch'ii 1 ues. Thurs. 8 morn. S .t. 4 morn. Returns 
Mon. Wed. Fri. 6 evening. 

Cone. Keene, Walp. burling 6c Montreal (mail) — 
L(;aves Dutch's Mond. Wed. 6c Fri. 2 morn. Returns 
Tn. Thur. 6c Sat. 7 even. 

Couc. N. H Accom.— through Andover, Londonder- 
r\ — Leaves Barnard's, Tue. Thurs. and Sat. 7 morn. 
Returns Mon. Wed. Fri. 6 even ng 

Concord, N. H. through Haverhill..—LeaYes Daven- 



tm List of Stages. l^^tufix^ 

port's, Mon. Wed. Fri. 4 morn. Returns Tues. Thurs. 
Sat. 5 evening. 

Canton — Leaves Barnard's, Tues. Thurs. Sat. 3 eve. 
Returns Tues. Thuis. Sat. 10 morning. 

Cambridge— Leaves Dutch's, every week day, 12 8t( 
5. Returns every wef k day, 9 and 3. 

Dedham — Leaves Barnard's, every day, except Sun. 
and Wed. 4 even. Returns every day except Sun. and 
Wed. 10 morning. 

Dorchester and Milton — Leaves Patterson's, Elm-st. 
every week day, 4 even. Retrs. every week day, 10 m. 

Duxbury — Leaves Boyden's, Brattle-st Mon. Wedn. 
Fri. 8, Tu. Thu. Sat. 5 morn. Ret. same days, 6 even, 

Gloucester, Cape Ann — Leaves Pettes and Hanul- 
ton's every week day, 11 morn. Returns every week, 
day, 1 afternoon. 

Groton — Leaves Dutch's, Tues. and Thurs. 8 mom. 
Sat 5 morn. Returns Mon. Wed. & Fri. 6 eveuing. 

Eastern Mail — Leaves Davenport's, every day, 2 
morn. Returns every night at W. 

Falmouth— -Leaves Pettes' and Hamilton's, Tues. 
Thu. Sat. 4 morn. Ret. Mon. Wed, Fri. 4 eve. 

Framingham — Leaves Patterson's, Wed. Sat. 2 eve. 
Returns Tues. and Frid. 11 morning. 

Haverhill, Exeter, ai^d Dover — Leaves Davenport's,, 
Tu. Thur. and Sat. 8 morn. Returns Mon. Wed. and 
Fri. 6 evening. 

Haverhill Accom. — Leaves Davenport's, Tu. Thurx 
Sat. 7 morn. Returns Mond. Wed. Fri. 6 even. 

Haverhill Accom. — Leaves Barnard's, Tues Thurs. 
Sat. 7 morn. Returns Mon. Wed. Frid. 6 evening. 

Hingham-— Leaves Barnard's Mon. Tliurs. Sat. 3 eve. 
Returns Mon. Thurs. Sat. 10 morning. 

Lunenburg — Leaves Dutch's, Tues. Thurs. 8 morn. 
Sat. 5 morn. Returns Mon. Wed. Frid. 6 evening. 

Marblehead by Lynn — Leaves Boyden's, Brattle-st 
every week day, 4 even. Ret. ev. week day, 10 morn. 

Medford — Leaves Patterson's Mond. Tues. Thu. Fri 
1, and Wed. and Sat 12 & 6. Ret. every week day, 9 m 

Newburyport, Exeter & Portsmouth — Leaves Dav- 
enport's, every week day, 8 mor. Ret. same days, 6 eve 

Newburyport, Exeter &: Dover — LeavesJDavenport'i 1 
Tue. Thurs. and Sat. 8 morn. Returns Mond. Wedn-H 
and Fri. 6 evening. 



'^fppenJix.2 List of Stages. 20^ 

Newburyport Accommodation — Leaves Davenport's 
12 noon ; returns at 1 noon ; every week day. 

Newport, Taunton, & New-Bedford— Leaves Indian 
tiueen, Tues. Thur. and Sat 4 morn. Returns Mond. 
VVedn. and Fri. 6 evening. 

Newport, Taunton. Bristol & New-Bedford— Leaves 
Indian Queen, Mond. Wedn. and Fri. 4 morn. Returns 
Tues Thurs and Sat. 6 evening. 

Needham 8c Newton—Leaves Barnard's Mon. Wed. 
Thurs. and Sat. 4 even. Returns same days, 7 morn. 

New-YorkCommerci .1 Mail, by Worcester, Stafford 
Spnngs and Hartford— Leaves E-irk*s, in Hanover-st. 
every day at 1 morn. Returns everv night at 12. 

New-York Steam-bnat line, by Providence and New- 
London— Leaves Dutch's (only in summer) Sund. Tues. 
Thuts, 3 morn. Returns Tu^s. Thurs. Sat. evening. 

New-York,Middle Line, to Hartford— Leaves Earle's 
(oidv in winter) Mond. Wed. Frid. 5 mom. Returns \ 
Tn s. Thurs. Sat, 6 evening. 

PoitbiT^outh— Leaves Davenport^s, every day, 8 morn. 
Returns every night at 6. 

Portland— Leaves D venport's every day 2 morning. 
Returns every night at 10. 

. Providence— Leaves Dutch's, Tue. Thu. Sat. 9 morn. 
Rt turns every day, 5 evening. 

Providence— Leaves Dutch's, Mon. Wed. Fri. 7mor. 
Returns every day, 5 evening. 

Plvmnuth, Sandwich, &'d Falmouth.— Loaves Pettes 
and Hamilton's. 'I'ues. Tl urs. Satur. 4 morn. Returns 
Mend VVedn. Frid 4 evening. 

Quiricy— Leaves Barnard's, Mond. Tues. Thurs. Sat. 
4 even. Returns Mon. Tues. Thurs Sat. 10 morning. 

Saltm and Gloucester— Leaves Pt- ttes and Hamilton's, 

everv week day, 1 1 morn. Ret. every week day, 1 p. m. 

Salem Morning Stage — Leaves Boyden's. Brattle-st. 

every week day 9 morn. Ret. every wt ek day. 6 eve. 

Salem Evening St-ge— Leaves Boyd^-n's, every week 

day, 5 even. Returns every week day, 9 mojn. 

Salem & Beverly^Leaves Boyden's, e\ery weekday, 
4 even. Returns everv week day. 10 morning. 

Sandwich— Leaves Pettes and Hamilton's, Tue. Thu. 
Sat. 4 morn. Returns Mond, Wed Fii. 4 evcnircr. 

Scituate & Marshlield— Leaves Davenport's, Wedn* 
aud Sat. 8 morn. Returns Tues, and Fri 5 evenings 

S8 



210 Bill of Mortality of Boston, [^ilppendix^ 



Governors 


in the several States. 


Benjamin Ames, 






Maine. 


Samuel Bell, 






New -Hampshire. 


John Brooks, 






Massachusetts. 


William C. Gibbs, 






Rhode-Island. 


Oliver Wdcott, 






Connecticut. 


Richard Skinner, 






Vermont. 


De Witt Clinton, 






New-York. 


Isaac H. Williamson, 






New-Jersey. 


Joseph Hiester, 






Pennsylvania. 


John Collins, 






Delaware. 


Samuel Sprigg, 






Maryland. 


Thomas Mann Randolph, 




Virginia. 


Jesse Franklin, 






North-Carolina, 


Thomas Bennett, 






South-Carolina. 


3ohn Clark, 






Georgia. 


John Adair, 






Kentucky. 


William Carroll, 






Tennessee. 


Ethan Allen Brown, 






Ohio, 


Thomas B. Robertson 


} 




Louisiana. 


Walter Leake, 






Missisippi. 


Jonathan Jennings, 






Indiana. 


Shadrach Bond, 






Illinois. 


Israel Pickens, 






AlaDama. 


Alexander M*Nair 






Missouri. 


TERRITORIES. 


Lewis Cass, 






Michigan. 


James Miller, 






Arkansas. 
Floritlas. 


ABSTRACT of the BILL OF MORTALITY for the Town of BOS- 


TON, from the 3 1st of December, 


1819, 


to Januai7 l, 1821, agtteably 


to the Rec<ird kept at the Health Office. 




Male. Fe. ' 


Foul. 




Male Fe. Total. 


Under 1 year, 84 73 


157 


From 60 to 70, 19 24 43 


From 1 to 2, 46 48 


94 





70 to 80, 14 26 40 


— 2c; to 5, 30 32 


62 


— 


80 to 90, 9 16 25 


— 5 to 10, 13 14 


27 


— 


90 to 100, 4 4 


— lOtu'20, 19 38 


57 


Unknown, 50 62 112 


— 20 to 30, 66 65 


131 


Still born, 39 


— 30 to 40, 54 45 


99 






— 40 to 50, 58 36 


94 




1 


^ 50 to 60, 43 26 


69 







dppendiie,'^ Bill of Mortality of Boston. 21 i 

The number of Deat^u above, include those in the Alras-House, Aft 
Town's Poor, and four who were executed;— and were caused by disease 
js and casualties, as follow ; 



Abscess - - - 


1 Fits - 


- 


- 15 


Accident - - - 


7 Fracture - 


• 


- 1 


Apoplexy - - - 


10 Gout 


- 


- 4 


Bilious Cholic - 


1 Haimeptua 


- 


1 


Burns . - - 


1 Hemorrhagia 


- 


- 4 


Calculus - - - 


1 Hanging - 


- 


4 


Cancer - - - 


1 Hernia 


- 


2 


Cancerated Uterus - 


1 Hepatitis - 


- 


6 


Casualty - - - 


5 Infantile Diseases 


163 


Cholera Infantum 


8 Inflammation i 


afthe Brain? 


" Morbus - 


6 Influenza - 




- 2 


Cramp .' " " 


3 Insanity 




. 2 


Consumption 


220 Intemperance 




- 31 


Croup - - - 


3 Jaundice - 




1 


Debility - 


4 Mortification 




- 7 


Diarrhea - - - 


3 Murdered - 




c* 


Disease of the Heart - 


7 Old Age - 




. 39 


Diseases unknown 


187 Paralysis - 




. \% 


Dispepsia - - - 


11 Pleurisy - 




- 2 


Distorted Spine 


1 Poison 




3 


Drinking cold water - 


1 Quincy 




- 6 


Dropsy - - - 


14 Rickets - 




1 


Drowned - - - 


9 Scalds 




- a 


Dysentery 


14 Scrophula 




- 7 


Enteritis - - - 


5 Siphilis - 




4 


Fever - - . 


3 Spasms 




- 1 


''<' Bilious - 


6 Strangled - 




- 1 


*^ Nervous - 


5 Strangulated 


Hernia - 1 


*' Inflammatory - 


3 Still-born - 




- 89 


" Intermitting 


1 Suddenly - 




- a 


^' Puerperal 


8 Stiicide 


- 


- 6 


*'■ Pneumonia 


26 Teething - 


- 


3 


*' Rheumatic 


3 Throat Distemper 


- 1 


*^ Putrid 


1 Whooping Cough 


- 24 


*' Scarlet - 


9 Worms 


- 


- 3 


" Spotted - 


1 






»» l^yphus - 


43 


Total, 1103 



N. B. Th're were no deaths in the Hospital on Rainsford's Island, du- 
rin;? the above period — The number of Inhabitants in tliis town, by ^hc 
last\eu»us, was 43,893. Published by order of the Board, 

THOMAS JACKSON, Sec'rijipro, tem. 



212 



Table of Interest. 



{^Append'tx. 



A TABLE of SIMPLE INTEREST, at Six per Cent 



princi-J i week. | i month. J 


3 months, j 


6 months. 1 1 year. 


pal. (d. 


c. m. 5 d. c. m. | 


d. c. m. { 


d. c. m. ' d. c. m. 


Ots-io 








00 


001 


003 


006 


ao 








I 


003 


006 


I a 


30 








001 


04 


009 


X 8 


40 








00a 


006 


012 


024 


50 








00a 


007 


1 5 


030 


60 








003 


009 


0x8 


036 


70 








003 


I 


021 


04a 


80 





I 


004 


I a 


024 


48 


90 





C I 


Q 04 


I 3 


027 


054 


Poll 





\ 


J 


I 5 


030 


060 


2 





a 


010 


030 


060 


12 Q 


3 





4 


I 5 


045 


090 


x8 


4 





5 


a 


060 


12 


a4 


5 





6 


2 5 


7 J 


15 


30 


6 





7 


030 


090 


18 


36 


7 





9 


035 


xo 5 


ai 


42 c 


8 





I 


40 


la 


24 


48 


9 





\ X 


Q 4 5 


?3 5 


a; 


54 


10 





I a 


050 


15 


30 


60 


ao 





a 5 


lo 


30 


60 


X 20 9 


30 





3 7 


15 


45 


90 


X 80 


40 





5 


ao 


60 


I 20 


2 40 


50 





6 a 


aj 


75 


I 50 


300 


60 





I ^ 


30 


90 


X 80 


3 60 


70 





8 7 


35 


I 5 


2 10 


4 «0 Q 


80 





lo 


40 


I ao 


2 40 


'A 8q 


90 





\\ a 


Q 45 


I 35 


2 70 


■5 A^ 


XOO 





la 5 


50 


1 50 


30 


6 Q 


200 





^5 


100 


300 


i6 


12 Q 


300 





37 5 


I 50 


4 50 


900 


^8 Q 


400 





JO 


a 


600 


12 Q 


24 a 


500 





6a 5 


a 50 


7 50 


15 00 


30 


600 





V ° 


3 P 


900 


18 


36 Q 


700 





87 5 


3 JQ-P 


lo 50 


ax 


42 


800 


I 





4 '0 


la 


a4^ • 


48 


900 


I 


la 5 


4 50 


13 50 


27. 


54 00 


1000 


I 


45 5 0:0 


15 


30 


60 



N. B. The ufe of thii Table will be eafily underftood by the follow, 
wg example ; \nz. Againlt lo dollars you will find the (nterett for 9, 
wreck to be r cent and z milles ; for a month, 5 cents ; for 3 months 
« % Q«nt8 1 tor (S m o ntlij 3® ccnu \ ior i year, (So ccute. 



dfipendijc.-] GOLD TABLES, 213 

TABLES of the Value of the Gold Cdns of Great- 
•irit un, France, and Spain, according to theAct ct Con- 
.^ressof April 29, 1816. 

GREAT BRITAIN AND PORTUGAL. 



o-rj? Irt'PT 


^t 


17 


cL 


dvvt. 


value 


dwt. 


value 


dwt. 


value 


1 ^^1 


S Q 


^S 


')^ 


1 


89 


8 


7,11 


1.5 


13,33 


2 


710^ 


i7 


18 


67 


2 


1,78 


9 


8,00 


16 


14,22 




11 


11 


+0 


19 


,^1 


3 


2,67 


10 


8,89 


17 


15,11 


4 


14 


r^ 


+4 


^0 


^1 


4 


3,55 


U 


9,78 


18 


16,00 


5 


18 


\^ 


4.8 


9.] 


78 


5 


4,44 


12 


10,67 


19 


16,89 


6 


9.-2 


,'4 


51 


22 


8i 


6 


5,33 


13 


11,55 


20 


17,78 


7 


2? 


15 


V5 


23 


85 


7 


6,22 


14 


12,44 






8 


2y 


16 


59 















1 7 



GOLD COINS OF FRANCE. 



gra. ct. 


^r 


ct' 


.rj-r 


c?. 


dw?. 


value 


8 


t : 3 


Q 


% 


■ 7 


62 


1 


87 


2 ■ 7 


10 


8 


6,5 


2 


1.75 


y 


3 ■»' 


t 


JO 


iq 


68 


3 


1,62 


10 


4 U^ 


1 -> 


\ 


20 


72 


4 


3.49 


11 


5 i« 


Ti 


r 


>t 


7^ 




4 3<> 


12 


6 12. 


• 




2 » 


He 


6 


5,23 


13 


7 '25 




55 


'i3 


«"■ 


7 


<),ii 


»4 


8 o... 




sB 













value 
6,98 
7.85 
8.73 
9,60 
10,47 
11,34 

12,21 



dwU\ 

'5 
16 

19 

20 



value 
i3,o9 
1 3-96 

14,83 

15,71 

16,58 
17,45 



GOLD COINS OF SPAIN AND DOMINIONS 
OF SPAIN. 



\ 


'■ 

9 


err 



C|2 


5-1 
17 


ct 

5'^ 


1 


valu 
84 


8 


vjlue 
6,72 


divt. 
1.5 


value 
12,60 


•> 




10 


S6 


1*^ 


^Q 


2 


1.6H- 


Q 


y^"" 


16 


13,44 


'-? 


, ) 


\\ 


39 


«9 


66 


3 


a,')' 


10 


840 


:7 
18 


14,28 


4 


^4 


12 


42 


20 


70 


4 


3,3^ 


1 1 


9,24 


i5,ij 


^ 




13 


45 


21 


74 


5 


4,ec 


12 


10,08 


19 


15,9b 


6 


?. '- 


14 


49 


22 


■'7 


6 


5>C'4 


'3 


10,92 


20 


16,80 


T 


M 


.1 


52 


23 


«o 


7 


5,«« 


14 


11,76 






8 


i 


± 


«.4 

















214 Rates of Dockage, &c. {^^ppentTtxl 

Rates of Dockagi\ Wharfage^ and Storage, as estab^ 
Ikhed at the Bout on Pier^ or Long Wharf, 

DOCKAGE. 
Vessels under 50 tons - - - 25 cents per day* 
Vessels ti-om 50 to 100 tons, - - 33 
Vessels from 100 to 150 tons, - 45 

Vessels from 150 to 200 tors, - 55 

Vessels from ^00 to 300 tons, - 67 
Vessels from 300 to 400 tons, - 88 
Vessels from 4{j0 co 500 tons, - 1 10 

Vessels from 500 to 600 tons, - 133 

Vessels from 600 to 800 tons, - 188 

Larger vess. Is in proportion. 
Dt uble the abo\ e rate ot Dockage, is to be paid by all 
vessels coming to the north side ot the wharf, ab ve the 
T — whether lyii g next the wharf, or making fast to a 
vessel, lying at the wharf. 

WHARFAGE. 
Anchors, . - - - - 50 cents per hun. 
Anvils, _ _ - - - 2 each 
Baritls, . - - - - 4 
Halt barrels, kegs, fiikins, - - 2 
BugsofH^ps, - - - - 10 
Bags of Coffee, Cocoa, Pimenta, Su- 
gar, Pejjper, iJcc. - - - 2 
Bales ot Coiton. - - - - 10 
B Jes of Goods, - - - - 12| 
B; »ards, Staves, and Hoops, - - 25 per m» 
Boxes Cigars, - - - . 1 
Boxes of Chocolate, Candles, Lemons, 

Glass, and Soap, - - - 2 each 

Boxes of Havanna Sugar, - - 7 

Boxes of Tea, - - - - 2 

Boxes of Branil Sugar - - - 30 per ton 

Boxes of Raisins, - - - • l each 

Box s of Cards, , - - - 5 

B(-xes 'f Pipes, - - , - 6 

Boxes of Wine and Cider, , . 2 per dozen 

Boxes and packages of Go. ds, - 12^ each 

Bun flels of Shovels an' 1 Pfins, - 4 each bundle 

Butts from 100 to 150 gallons, - 15 each 

Bricks, -^ * - * ^ 25 perm. 



jippendix,'\ Rates of Wharfage, &c. 21^ 

Coffee in bulk, - - - - 30 per ton 

•* Mocha in sacks - - - 6 
Chests of Bohea Tea, - - - 12f 
Halt' Chests, do. - - - 6| 
Quarter Cliests, do. - - - 3 
Hyson and Souchong Teas, •• - 3 
Cases, crates, and trunks, - - 124 

Coals, 30 per chaldi'on 

Cordage and Hemp, - - - 30 per ton 
Clapboards, ---*•- 20 per m. 
Cambooses and Stoves, - - - 10 each 
Casks of Nails, - - - - 4 
Chests of Oil, , - « - 2 
Cinnon, - - - -. - 25 

Chairs, 2 

Duck, (Russia) - - - - i per bolt 
»» (Ravens) - - - • ^ 

Flour, 2 

Fish, - - - ... 2 per quintal 
Grain of all kinds, - - - 1 per bushel 

Hampers of Bottles, * - - 12| each 
Hogsheads and Pipes - - - 10 

Hides, 1 

Hay, ------ 12 per bundle. 

Hoops, - - - - - 25 per m. 

Hemp, ----- 30 per ton 

Jars of Oil, Olives, and Raisins, - 1 each 
Iron and Iron Hoops, - - - 30 per ton 
Kegs of Crackers, small, - - 1 each 

Laths 6^ 

Lead and Shot, - - - - 30 ppr ton 

Mahogany, ----- 30 per ton 480 fee,t 

Nankms, ----- 2 per 100 ps. 

Onions, ----- 4 per 100 bun. 

Plaster of Paris and Stone, - - 25 per ton 

Packages of G'lods, - - - 12^ 

Reams of Paper, - - - - ^ 

Sacks of AUnonds and Feathers, - 4 to 10 each 

Staves, - - - - - 5 per m . 

Shooks, (bhd. and pipe) - - 2 each 

Skills, (goal) - - - . 10 per 100 skins 

Salt, - 6|:perhhd. 

Shingles, - - . _ . 6i^perip. 
Tierces, , - - - - 7 eacK 



216 Rates of Wharfage, &c. ApptniiatA 

Trunks of Goods, - - - - iSf 

Timber, - - - - - 25 per ton 

•' (ranging) _ - - - 25 per lOO feet 

Wood and Bark, - - - - 25 per cord 

Empty Casks, - - - - half price. 

All merchandize shipped off the wharf, to pay the 
sara« as for landings excepting such goods a* have fiaid 
for landing, (and not having been carried oj^the wharf,) 
are put on board vessels, within one month after they 
are landed. 

Goods taken in lighters, or otherwise by water y from 
on board any vessel lying at the wharf, or goods taken 
from lighters or otherwise, by water, on board any ves- 
sel lying at the wharf, to pay one half as much as for 
landing ; the said half wharfage to be paid by the vessel; 
lying at the wharf. 

The wharfage of goods landed^ to be paid bv the seller, 
or person landkg the same, except wood and lumber^ 
which is to be paid by the purchaser. 

Goods rectived from, or loaded on board coasters, to 
be paid for by the captains of coasters; unless the same 
are shipped or received by persons btionging to Boston, 
and a return thereof to be made by the master of the 
coaster, to the whrtrfinger. 

Goods brought on the wharf, by trucks or otherwise, 
for public sale, to pay the same wharfage, as if landed 
thereon. 

Vessels hauling to the wharf,are expected to have their 
jibs, spanker-booms, and spritsail-yards rigged in ; and 
©n the north ?ide, to have their yards topped, and to ac- 
commodate other vessels as much as possible. 

No boats are to be put on the wharf; nor sand, gravel' 
or other ballast, to be landed, without permission of the 
wharfinger ; nor are the dirt or sweepings of the hold, or 
other articles which do not float, under any pretence 
whatever, to be thrown into the dock. 

No fire is allowed to be kept on board any vessel lying, 
at the north side of the wharf, above the T. 

Vessels coming to the north side of the wharf, above 
the T, are to be allowed two days only to discharge or 
load ; and, in case the birth be then wanted by the pro- 
prietor or occupant of the neighbouring store, the vessel,, 
t hat has laid that time, must remove if requested. 



. 4ppendix.'\ Presidents, &c. U. S. Bank, 2 1 7 
STORAGE PER MONTH. 



Bales of Cf;ffee, Cocoa, &C. 
Ba es of CoUon, and Bai<s of Hops, 
Bales, Cases, Crates, ac Tj i n s, - 
B;,n.ls, - . - - • 

Boxes f^f Glas^-s, ^ - 
B:xo-3 of Lemons, - - - 
Boxes ot Sugar, - - - ■ 
Bntts, from 50 to 200 gallons, 
C-isks I -f Raisins, . - - • 
Chests of Bohea Tea, - 
Coals, . - - - - 
Cordage, 
Russia Duck, 

Fi h. - - - - - 
G.ain, - - - - - 
H mp, - - - - ' 
Hides. - - - - * 
Hogbheads and Pipes, - 
Inn, - - - - " 
Salt, - - - - - 
'I'ierces, _ - - - 



4 cents each 
25 
25 
10 

4 
6i 
20 
50 

4 
25 

60 per chaldron 
:33| per ton 

2 per bolt 

3 per quintal 

2 per bushel 
100 per ton. 

3 cents 
333' cacn 
25 per ton 
12^ pt-rhhd. 
20 each. 



OF 



Presidents axd Cashiers of the Branches 
Uniteo States Bank. 

rmaJelpMa, Laugdoa CLev.:s, P.eside„,. J^^^^^^^^^^C 
A lexamlev I. T^' ir er, T.ansft;-. Dci.rmmeiiU 



rortsmotith,TA^^arA Ciitts. President. 
Boi-to!u William Gray, Pusicifiit. 
Provu'enre, Srth Wh. aum. President. 
Mifl,!lct',n, Euocli Pars<»>'S, President. 
Ncw-l'urk, Abiahair. Lawrence. P)tst. 
Baltimore, John Doimeli, I'resuleiit. 
iVns>iiui-ton,Gt^<ni^'- Gialia. v., President. 
PirhmoHd, M. C. Nichols, Pitsidei.t. 
NMjhlu; GeoiSf- Neuton, Pies-.dent. 
C/in,l>f.stot,,. tose^^h J(.hris..;n, I'resi.lDit. 
Savannah, John Ciimi>ii!ig, Pre*id' nt. 
Fr.yetteviUe, S. A. Ca.uvroii, President. 
Kew-Orleans, Wiliiam Kolt, Pivsulcut. 
Lmhville, S. On.isby. President. 
ChUirotlw,\\'i\\v-t»^ C.. .KhKin,.!-. ties. 
rittshuiy,li, A. Taiinehill, President. 
■i.<>.vi;/5fo/i, James Morrisais President. 



Ebtii. WentW'.rth, Cashier. 
Samuel Fvotliiiig^hani, C:,shier. 
Nathan Waterman.. .•• Cashier. 
J. P. Buiiiliam,Casliier,pi-o leiu» 

M. H'l^-mson, Cashier, 
jai'ies v'>'hite, Cashier. 

Riehaid Smith, Cashier. 

Charles I. Nicholas. Cashier. 

Luke Whrf'.er, Caihier. 

PfterBac.i, Cashier. 

Jaines H:iiiter, Cashier. 

diaries West, Cashier. 

Cha/Ies S . West, Cashier. 

Edward Shippen, Cashier. 

A. G.C'iivpoie, Caslmr. 

James Colrey, Cashkv. 



2ie 



Census of Boston. 



CENSUS OF BOSTON. 

The following statements are copied (torn the Cenjiw of 
this estate, furnished to the Commit It e ff Vuiuation 
late in session in this town, and certified bj the Clerk 
of the District Court to be correct. 



FREE WHITE MALES. 



BOSTON. 



Ward, &c. 



Ward No. 1, 
" " 2, 
« " 3, 

" ♦• 6! 

" .< 7, 
'' " 8, 

*' " 30, 

'' " 11, 

•• " 12, 

Islands in the 

Ha\ hour, 
U.S.hhip In- 
dependence, 
Add, omitted. 



487 
404 
418 
?J4 
302 
694 
3">2 
193 
525 
203 
658 
813 



to Ifi. 



230 
164 
160 
lOi 
144 
286 
174 
112 
276 
136 
293 
326 

10 



16-1.3. 



69 
46 
57 
49 
88 
79 
90 
52 
97 
46 
94 
110 



u 






203 
204 
281 
237 
316 
334 
278 
203 
SOS 
187 
3H7 
392 



5 202 



r^-26. to 45 



Total. 5,283 2,416 882 3.564 7,345 1.50(V 



Appendtx.'\ 



Census of BostoHfc 



219 



FREE WHITE FEMALES. 





^ 


S 


"c ^ 




ki 




s 


i^ 


E^ 


i| 






>. 


c 


-c'l 






■ 


o 

i 


3 

2 


•si 






BOSTON. 


1 


1 


II 


^1 
4- ba 






i^ 


^ 


o s 
'^^ 


^•s 


tl 




2 


O 


w5 


II 






^ 


g 


?- 




?^' 




1 


1 


I« 


j^' 


II 




;t< 


fc^ 


;=< 


_ 


fr. '^ 


Ward, &c. 


to 10. 


to 16. 


to 26. 


to 45- 


45, &c 


Ward No. 1, 


452 


271 


326 


435 


296 


" •' 2. 


417 


226 


217 


345 


266 


" *' 3, 


432 


230 


330 


492 


197 


ti (( 4 


220 


95 


198 


272 


107 


«* ** b\ 


345 


196 


361 


4^3 


138 


" " 6. 


705 


313 


534 


732 


296 


44 *' 7 


330 


244 


540 


405 


135 


'• " h\ 


219 


125 


242 


249 


119 


" " 9, 


537 


288 


414 


660 


221 


" ^' 10, 


^ITo 


161 


349 


421 


1 150 


'-'- '* 11. 


707 


381 


547 


737 


310 


4» 44 lO 


758 


416 


444 


761 


328 


Isla'uls in the 












Harbour. 


51 


17 


34 


56 


9 


\dd,omitted. 


1 


2 


8 


5 


2 



1,965 45,44 5,973 2,574 



Foreii^nt^-H not KatxiraVz'd. 
Ward -No. 1. 56— No. 2. 136— No. 3. 75~N(V 4, 135 
No 5, 56-No. 6, 70— No. 7, 121— No. 8, 105— No. 9, 
525— No. 10, 92-No. 11. 177— No. 12,217— Islands, i. 
Number of Perscm tn^aq'fd vi ^^^ricuUure. 
WArd No."l, 2— No. 4, 4— No. 6, 1-Na 8, 1 
No. 9, 1— No. 11, l~No. 12, 12-Islands, 30. 



220 Census of Massachusetts. \_y!ppend'ix, 

Number of Pcrscns tngag d in Cowmcrce. 

Ward No 1, 89— No. 2, 22J-No. 3, 172— No. 4, 
285— No. 5, 2,i4— No. 6. 17— No. r, 11— No. 8, 221 
Ka 9, 569— No. 10, 275— No. 11, 179— No. 12» 217 
Islands, 3. 

Number of l^traons engaged in Mnnufjctories. 

Ward No. 1, 2.51 -N. 2, 20''r— Vo. 3, 238— No. 4, 
263-Nr. 5, 348-No. 6, 31— No. 7, 2 No. 8. 209 
—No. 9, 321— No. 10. 130— No 11, 251— No. 12, 638.' 

Whole Ko. of Malet and Females hi rarh TVard. No. 1, 3281. No. 2^ 
2951. No. 3, 318v>. No. 4, 20^8. .Vo. J, ^803. No. b. .'5853. No. 7, 3213. 
No. 8, 2130. N'. 9, 4304. No. 10, 2318. No. 11, 5076. No. 12,53.'7. 
Islands, &c. 762, Total 43.298— incliidiitff 759 Free coloured Malts ; 931 
Free tolouicd F(^iualfs, and 50 other peisojis. 

03* The Census of all the Towns in Massachusetts, for ISIO and 1320, 
may be found in the list of the General Court, from pages 18 to 26 inclusive. 

GENERAt. AGGREGATE AMOUNT OF EACH I)KSCKlPl'IOi!f 
OF PERSONS IN MASSACHUSETTS, BY CLASSES, 

FREE WHITE. .MALES. 

Under Ten Yeai-s, - - - - - - - - 70,993 

Of Ten and under Sixteen, 38,57.5 

Of Sixtetn and under Twentv-Six, including Heads of 

Families, ....... r 49,506 

Of Twenty-Six and under Forty-Five, including Heads 

of Faaiilies, ....-.- 54,414 

Of Forty-Five and upwards, including Heads of Families, 38,663 

252,l3M 

FREE WHITE. FEMALES. 

Under Ten Years, - , 69,260 

Of Ten and tinder Sixteen, 38,308 

Of Sixteen and under Twentv-Six, including Heads of 

Famili.s 52,805 

Of Twenty-Six and under Forty-Five, including Heads 

of Fumilies. .-...-- 57.721 
Of Fortv-Fi ve and upwards, inclufling Heads of Families, 46,17 1 

*^ - 264,265 

FREE COLOURED. MALES. 

Under Fourteen Years, - - - - . - - . 1,085 

Of Fourteen and under Twenty-Six, - . - - " 680 
Of rwentVTSix and under Forty-fFivc, ... 89f> 

OfForty-Five and upwards, ------ 647 

^ 3,308 

FREE COLOURED. FEMALES. 

Under Fourteen Years, ------- 969 

Of Fourteen iind under Twenty-Six, . - - - 778 

Of I wenty-Six and under Forty-Five, ... 904 

Of Fortv-Five and upwards, - " 781 

. 3,432 

All other Persons, except Intlians net taxed, .... i28 

Total, 523,287 

Free White Males between Sixteen and Eighteen, - 10,912 

Foreigners not nRturalised, ------ 3,425 

Numbi-rof Persons engaged in Agriculture, - - 63,460 

Number of Prr&ons enuagid in Commerce, - - l3,'?oi 

Nuujbej' of Persons engag(.tl in Manufactures, - - 33,4fi4 



^ppnd'iit,'} Population of the U. States^ 221 



POPULATION OF THE UNITED STATES. 
FOR 1790, 1800, 1810, and 1820. 

1810. 

151,719 228,705 

183,858 214,460 

154,465 217,895 

422,845 472,040 



1790. 

96,540 

141,885 
85,539 
378,787 
68,825 
237,946 
340,120 
184,139 



States. 
Maine, 
N.Hampshir. 
Vermont, 
Massachus. 
Rh. Island, 
Connecticut, 
New York, 
New Jersey, 
Pennsylvania, 434,373 
Ohio, 
Indiana, 
Illinois, 
DelaAvare, 
Maryland, 
D. Columbia, 
Virginia, 
Kentucky, 
N.Carolina, 
Tennessee, 
8. Carolina, 
Georgia, 
Alabama, 
Missisippi, 
Ijouisiana, 
Mis-ouri, 
Michigan Tcr. 
Arkan'-a=, do. 
Florida, do. 



59,094 



747,610 
73,677 

393,751 
35,691 

249,073 
82,548 



3,929,326 



69,122 
251,002 
586,050 
211,149 
602,545 

45,365 
5,641 

64,273 
341,548 

14,093 
880,200 
220,959 
478,103 
105,602 
345,591 
162,686 
2.000 
6,850 



1820. 

297,839 
244 861 
235,749 
523,287 
83,059 
275,248 

1,379,939 
277,575 

1,046,844 
581,434 

1 147,600 



76,931 
261,942 
959,049 
245,562 
810,091 
230,760 

24,520 

12,282 

72,674 
380,546 

24,0231 
974.622 1,055,254 



72,749 
407,300 



406,511 



555,500 

261,727] 

415,115 

252,433 

10,000 

30,312 

76,556 

15,845 

4,762 

5,000 



,305,666 7,239,903 



564,317 
638,829 
423,053 
502,309 

t344,773 



t 155, 000 
66,607 

14,276 



Population of 1820, marked t not accurately ascer- 
tained, but supposed not far from correct. In the col- 
nmns left blank, the States not having made returns, the 
following may be the probable numbers, viz. Alabama, 
150,000.~Missisippi, 70,000.— Illinois, 55,000.— Michi- 
gan Territory, 15,000— District of Columbia, 32,000.— 
Florida, 10,000. On this estimate, the aggregate will 
be about 9,671,000, and the proportion of increase about 
33 and a, half per cent. 



522 Amendments to the Constitution. ^Jppendhi. 

AMENDMENTS 

TO THK CONSTITUTION op MASSACHUSETTS, 

AaRE£0 TO IS CONVEITTION, ADOPTED BY TKK PEOPLE, 

A^D ANNOUNCED BY THE PROCLAMATION OF THE 

GOVERNOR AS A PART OF THE CONSTITUTION. 

Article 1. If any bill or resolve shall be objected tp, 
and not approved by the Governor ; and if the General 
Court shall adjourn within five days after the same shall 
have been laid before the Governor for his approbation, 
and thereby prevent his returning it, with his objections, 
as provided by the Constitution ; such bill or resolve shall 
not become a law, nor have force as such. 

jirt. 2. The General Court shall have full power and 
authority to erect and constitute municipal or city gov- 
ernments in any corporate town or towns in this Com- 
xnouwealth, and to grant to the inhabitants thereof such 
powers, privileges and immunities, not repugnant to the 
Constitution, as the General Court shall deem necessary 
or expedient for the regulation and government thereof, 
and to prescribe the manner of calling and holding pub- 
iic meetings of the inhabitants in wards, or otherwise, 
tor the election of officers under the Constitution, and the 
manner of returning the votes given at such meetings: 
Provided, that no such government shall be erected or 
constituted in any toAvn not containing twelve thousand 
inhabitants ; nor unless it be with the consent and on the 
application of a majority of the inhabitants of such town^ 
present and voting thereon, pursuant to a vote at a meet- 
ing duly warned and holden for ttiat purpose : And pro- 
vided also, that all by-laws made by such municipal or 
city government, shall be subject, at all times, to be aa- 
Kulled by the General Court. 

Article 3. Every male citizen of twenty one years of 
age and upwards, (excepting paupers and persons under 
guardianship,) who shall have resided with the Common- 
wealth one year, and within the town or district, in which 
he may claim a right to vote, six calendar months next« 
preceding any election of Governor, Lieutenant Gover-< 
nor, Senators or Representatives, and who shall have 
paid, by himself or his parent, master or guardian, any 
state or county tax, which shall, within two years next- 
preceding such election, have been assessed upon him,J 
in any town or district of this Commonwealth ; and abO 
every citizen who shall be by law exempted (fqih taxa* 



Appendix "^ Amendments to the Constitution. 223 

tion, and who shall be in all other respects qualified as 
abovementioned, shall have a right to vote in such elec- 
tion of Governor, Lieutenant Governor, Senators and 
Representatives ; and no other persons shall be entitled 
to vote in such elections. 

Ar. 4. Notaries Public shall be appointed by the Gov- 
ernor,in the same manner as judicial officers are appointed, 
and shall hold their offices during seven years, unless soon- 
er removed by the Governor,with the consent of the Couo- 
cil, upon the address of both Houses of the Legislature. 

- In case the office of Secretary or Treasurer of the 
Gommonwealth shall become vacant from any cause, dur- 
ing the recess of the General Court, the Governor, with 
the advice and consent of the Council, shall nominate and 
appoint, under such regulations as may be prescribed by 
law, a competent and suitable person to such vacant of- 
fice, who shall hold the same until a successor shall be 
appointed by the Gtneral Court. 

Whenever the exigencies of the Commonwealth shall 
require the appointiiient of a Commissary General, he 
shall be nominuled, appointed and commissioned, in such 
manner as the Legislature may, by law, prescribe. 

All officers commissioned to command in the militia, 
may be removed from office in such manner as the Legis- 
lature may, by law, prescribe. 

yirticle 5. In the elections of Captains and Subal- 
terns of the militia, all the members of their respective 
companies, as well those under, as those above the age 
of twenty one years, shall have a right to vote. 

Articl: 6. Instead of the oath of allegiance prescrib- 
ed by the Constitution, the following oath shall be taken 
and subscribed by every person chosen or appointed to 
any office, civil or military, under the government of this 
Commonwealth, before he shall enter on the duties of his 
office, to wit: 

" I. A. B. do solemnly swear that 1 will bear true faith 
smd allegiance to the Commonwealth ofMassachusetts,and 
will support the Constitution thereof. So help me God." 

- Provided, That when any person shall be of the de- 
nomination called Quakers, and shall declnie taking said 
oath, he shall make this affirnjation in the foregoing form, 
omitting the word '^^wccr," and inserting instead there- 
of, the word '" ajfinn'' and omitting the words '^ so help 
roe God," and subjoining instead thereof, the words, 
'-'- this I do under the pains and penalties of perjury." 



2^4 Amendmests to the Constitution. ZAppeit&^, 

jirtidel. No oath, declaration or subscription, dxcepV 
mir the oath prescribed in the precediii!? article, aud the- 
oath of office, shall be required of the Governor, Lieuten- 
wtit-Governor, Counsellor?, Senators or Representatives, 
to qualify them to perform the duties of thew re«pectiire 
©ffices. ' ^ 

Article 8, No Jud^e of any Court of this Common^, 
wealth, (except the Court of Sessions,) and no persoii 
holding any office under the authority of the Unite'd 
u*?j?.' (Postmasters excepted,) shall, at the same time, 
hold the office of Governor, Lieutenant Governor or Coun* 
•ellor, or have a seat in the Senate or House of Repre- 
sentatives of this Common wealUj ; and no Judge of any 
Court in this. Commonwealth, (except the Court of Ses- 
*ioD>,) ftor the Attorney General, Solicitor GeneraLCoun- 
ty Attorney, Clerk of any Court, Sheriff, Treasurer and 
Receiver General, Register of Probate, nor Register of 
Deeds, shall continue to hold his said office after being e- 
kcted a member of the Congress of the United Stales and 
accepting that trust ; but the acceptance of such trust, 
by any of the officers aforesaid, shall be deemed and taker* 
to be a resignation of hi» said office; and Judges of the 
Courts of Common Pleas shall hold no other office undei; 
the government of this Commonwealth, the office of Jus- 
tice of the Peace and Militia Offices excepted. 

Article 9. If at any time hereafter any specific and 
particular amendment or amendment!* to the Constitu- 
tion J3e proposed in the General Court, and agreed to by 
a majority of the senators and two thirds of the members 
©f the House of Represeutatives present and voting there- 
on, such proposed amendment or amendments »haji be 
entered on the journals of the two Houses, with the yeas 
and nays taken thereon, and referred to the General Court 
then next to be chosen, and shaU.be published ; and if in 
the General Court next chosen as aforesaid, tuch propos- 
ed amendment or amendments shall be agreed to by a 
majority of the Senators «nd two, thirds of the members 
of the House of Representatives present and voting there- 
on ; then it shall be the duty of the General Court to 
submit such proposed amendment or amendment* to the 
people ; and it they shall be approved and ratified by a 
majority of the qualified voters voting thereon, at meet- 
ings legally warned and holdenfor that purpose, they sha!3 
become part of the Gomtitntiou of thi» Commoiiv.'eaUii» 



jtppendue.'\ 



Roads from Boston. 
ROADS 



225 



»ROM BOSTON, WITH THE NAMES OF IIVMKEEPEIIS, AND 
BISTANCES. CORRECTED #0R THIS REGISTER. 



To Hingbam and Cohasset. " 

Dorchester Eaton 4 

NcponselBridge NashStTuttle 6 

quuicy Savel 9 

Weymouth Bridge 10 

Hingham Wilder & Lewis 15 
Scituate Turnei-,Pierce,Mack 

& Foster 23 

To Plymouth & Cape Cod. 

Dorchester Eaton 4 

Weymouth Thayer 11 

Scituate D. Whiton 21 

Hanover 22 

F^mbvok« Barstow 23 

Duxbury Gaidner 37 

Kingston Biutlett & 

Kennedy 32 

Plymouth HoUis, Nicholson 36 

Sandwich Ellis 47 

Nye, Swift 52 

Newcomb,Oibbs,Ft'ssendttn 54 

Barnstable Howland 62 

Parker, Crocker, Lwiing^ 

and Stui-gis 66 

Yarmouth Harablin 70 

Harwich Brookt 79 

Orleans Bascorob 85 

Bastham Merrick 89 

Welfleet Holbrook 97 

Truro Collins 107 

pBovincetown Sinalley llfl 

To Martha's Vineyard and 

Nantucket. 

Sandwich Fessenden 54 

Falmouth Lewi* 72 

Over the Ferry to Holmes* 

Hole Dunham 80 

Nantucket Town 100 
T» New Bedford over 

Bridgewater Turnpike. 

Weymouth Thayer 11 

Abington Ring 13 

Brown and Dyer 18 
Bridgewater (East Pansh) 

Crombie 23 

South Parish Keith 26 

Midd)eborough Sampson 36 

New Bediurd Nelson 52 

To Newport, comraercial 
Line, over Blue-Hill 
Turnpike, 
Dtrrc'hcserlNrtfh a 



Milton Tucker « 

Sboaghton Swan lA 

Bridgewater Howard t3 
Taunton Atwood's Hotel, 

Wilraarth, Porter 33 
Wellington 38 
Freetown Assonnett 40 
Tr»y Straton 48 
Tiverton Stone Bridge Fair- 
banks 54 
Newport Townsend 66 
To Warren & Bristol, R. I. 
Taunton Atwvod's Hotel 31 
Dighton Hathaway, Jones 

and Felton 40 

Somerset Davis 44 

Swansey Gray, Luther 47 

Warren Cole SO 

Bristol Bourne, Norton 53 

Bristol (ferry) Pierce 55 
To 1 aunton, orer Brush* 

Hill Turnpike. 

Roxbury Bugby 4 

Dorchester Upper Mills 6 

Milton Billing's Hotel 9 

Canton Crane 16 

Shiiron Savage 19 

East«>n 23 

Taunton Atwood's Hotel 34 
To Providence, and New- 
London. 

Duxbury Ellis 6 

Dedham Polley 9 
Walpoie F>itler20 1-2 

Attleboroagh Hatch 28 

Rehoboth Slack 37 

Providence Chappotin 41 

Johnson Sbeulon 44 

Scituate Fi»ke 56 

Coventry M'GregoT 68 

Plaiiitield Eaton 71 

Jewit's City Johnson 78 

Norwich Kenny 86 

Mohegan Houghton 93 

New-London Frink loo 

Middle road to Hartford. 

Dedham Smith 9 

Medfield Johnson 17 

Medwav Jones 20 

Bellingnam Smith 26 

Mendon ChiUls 38 

Uxbridg» Head 38 

Dougia* Dudley 43 



Roada from Boston. i^^ppendix. 



Thompson 

Pomtrel 

Ashfuid 

Wiliuiiigton 

Manstifid 

Covtiitry 

Haittbrd 



Dwij2:ht 51 

Sabiii H 

Claik 68 

Maicy 72 

Dunham 76 

Kimball 82 

B.-nnet 97 



To Washington City, by 
Worcester Turnpike and 
Stafford Springs. 
Roxbuiy CPuneh BjwI) 

^ . . LauKlrion 4 

Brooklyn IJichanIs 6 

Nfwtown Wiswail 8 

Fvamiugham Hamiitoii 19 1-2 

W.-stQcioujh Wesson 29 

Worcester Sikes 38 

Cha Itoii Kider 51 

Stui budge Pui'ter 57 

Holan.l Mawf-y fiS 

Stafford Wait 73 

Tolland Smith 80 

Vernon 86 

East-Hartford Buckler 97 

Hartford Bt-niKt 100 

Wcathei-sfield Wright 104 

Woithiiigtou Kilt-y 113 

M.Miilian Robinson 119 

Wa.ii.sfard Tyler 123 

North Haven Ives 127 

New-Ha»eu Butler 13-1 

Milford Ciark 14J 

Stiatford Ferry 145 

Stratford Lnvejoy 148 

F;»irfield Pennificld 158 

Grcenfarms i'oist-ii 166 

Norwalk Reed 170 

Slamfcn-d Davenport 175 

Greenwich KnapD I'iB 

Hye Qnintord 18« 

Marnaronek lyi 

llochelle Williams 1^3 

Ciuslcr Gvoa 1V*8 

Harlci.i B.idge ' 202 

New -York 210 

Jersey City 211 

Newark' GiiTord 219 

Eliz.i'oeihtown Lyi.n 223 

Bridirt-ion 22'i 

New-B.nnswick Drakf 240 

Princeton Gifford 2<6 

Trenton Davis, Herbert 266 

Bristol 276 

Hoausbnrgh 285 

Frankfurd 290 

Philadelphia Mansion-House 205 

Darby 302 

Chester ^ 310 

Wilmington Hug:gins 323 

Chriiiiaa* B.idge Hamn^md 332 



Elktown Richardson 348 

Chariestown jjg 

Havre de Grace Sea« 358 

•|"»'|'a Bradford 370 

Ken Lion 37^ 

Bird Hiver Barney S83- 

Baltimore Gadsby 395 

McKoys 408 

Hossburgh R,»ss 426 

WasIiKigion Post-office 435 

^ta^e Road from Provi- 
dence to Worcester. 

Smithfield Mann 9 

7r7T;~ Aldrich 13 

Uxbnd^e Spring 22 

Northbndge Taft 27 

\\»^nvy Chase 33 

Worcester sikes 39 

Old Road to Hartford. 

Cambridge Porter, Karniim S 

Watertown Stratton, Smith 7 

Waitham MiK^g 10 

Wesion Wood 15 

Sudbtiry stone 22 

Noithborongh Munro 37 

Shrewsbtii y Parraenter.Haven 41 
Worcester Kelly 

^ .''«• Sikes 44 

Leicester Morse 5b 

S-„ncer j^^nks SS 

brookfield Rice gg- 

Weston Liimbnrd 64 
Palmer Fiiijk, Ward, Sedg^ 

>\ ifk 72 

WilbrahHm Saunders 7ft 

Spiingfi.lJ Goodrich, RiNsel R6 

S'.fli.-ld sikrt 06 

\Vtu:lsor Picket 102 

Hartford Morga^i H2 

From Pprlnc^field through 

Stockbridsre (o Albany. 
"VV^est-Springfield . Ely and 

CoJton a9 

Wesifield Palnver & Morean 97 

15HS«iel Hawley 106 

Chester Village Collins 110 

do. Ferry 1 16 

Beoket Bjirds 1?5 

1-ee Dil.ingh:>m 131 

Stockbridge Hix I'^S 

AVtst-St()ckl>ridge Brockway 140 

New Canaan 148 

CliiUham Hong 156 

Union ViHage Hail ItiS 

(ireenbsis)} 17;» 

AJUaiiy Moodv 174 



Jppendix,'} Roads from Boston. 



2tl 



From Springfield throngh 

Granville to Shefireld. 

From Buston to Spriugtield 8ft 

Weit-S|)nngfielil Palmer 5 

S<mt|jwick French 10 

Granville Curtis 16 

MuliUe Granville Squire 20 

Tolland Rogers 24 

bandUfidd Palmer 28 

do, Bosworth 32 

Nesv Marlborough 37 

Sheffield Ensign 46 
To Albany over Worcester 

'J'urupike. 

Worcester Howard 38 
Ueiird, Sikes, Hathaway, 
Sterns, Burt, Stephens, 

Eager 43 

Leicester Hobart 47 

Spencer Jenks 52 

Brookfield Rice 55 

^V''estera Lombstrd tio 

Ware Heed 66 

Bolcliertown Clapp 73 

Hadley • Wurner 82 

NortJiiuuptou Lvr.ian 90 

Cliesierfifld Clapp 102 

"VVorthinglon Jfcacc 108 

Peru 116 

Jliudsdale Moody 119 

Pitlstield Morgan 123 

Hancock Broad 133 

New Lebanon Bells 135 

Canaan Jones 137 

Stcvc-niowu Bush 141 

bthoodick Strong 155 

Albany 164 
I'roin Albany to Niagara 
Fails, 316 luiles. 

To Braltleborough. 

Wesi-Canibridge "Whittemure 3 

Lexington Munroe 9 

Lincoln Earle 14 

Concord M'lntosh J5 

Slow Wiitlt-r 24 

Bilton Woodb(ny 31 

Lancabfsr RancI 35 

Lbonunster BasGOin 41 
Wastiiiuister Doty, Peunimau 

Er.ierioii 51 

Teiiip'.eion French 59 

Phiilipstowa Gouid r-.5 

Atiiol Field 67 

To Greenfield. 

The same as to Athul 67 

Orange Wartl 73 

Ivving» Grant Alfoi-U 77 

Jjontague Gunn 82 
Gi-«enheid (village) Goode- 

iWU^A 5i Gilbert 39 



Orange Whihiey T2 

Warwick Draper 76 

Winchester Linktield 83 

Hinsdale Evans 88 

Bratileborough Blake &4 
To Dartmouth College, 
through Keene, NH. 

Concord M'lntosh 17 

Acton White 24 

Littleton Kidder 27 

Groton Hall 3$ 

Pepperell Brown 38 

Townsend Loring 44 

N. Ipswich Batchelder 56 

JattVey Pierce 65 

Marlborough Haskell 71 

Keene Gortiam 76 

Sumner -«1 

WalpoJe CarpeiUer 90 

Village Southard 94 

Bellows' Falls Wiglitman 9^ 

Charlestown Hunt 102 

Viilasre Sht-pley 10f> 

Weathersfiekl, Vt. Copetand 114 
Windsor 

Village Pettes 123 

Hartford 137 

Hanovtfr Dewy 141 

To Dartmouth Coll. thro^ 
Concord, N. H. 

Medford iMaytiew 5 

Reading Neweil 11 

>'ich()ls 14 

Andover Locke IP 

Foster 20 

Haverhill Plumer So 

Kendall 30 

Chase 30 

Atkinson Di.w 36 

Hampstead Gould 41 

Chester SweeUer 46 

Richardson 4ft 

Candia Anderson 52 

rurn|)ike Hotel Sawyer 5.'» 

Ptuibroke Fisk 60 

Concord Stickney 66 

Barker 66 

Gale Crt 

Boseaweo Oakes J5 

Salisbury Pettengill 83 

Andover 'I'hompson 89 

Wilinot Gay 94 

Springfied Stickney 99 

E*»field Willis 106 

Lebitnon Bcntun U4 

HaanoYCf Fuller UO 

Dewy liy 



228 



Rojids from Boston. {^Appendix, 



Walpole Village Soiilliard 94 

Ilockinghain Webb JOS 

Chester Fo'so.n 110 

Cavendish Stilt-s 19'J 

Ludlow liciinison 123 

IVIounl Holly Green 132 
C ark 135 

Slirewsbury , Tmiiej 140 

Clarendon Parker 146 
Brown 152 

Hutland Gould 155 

Piltsford Kendixll 163 

Jiiiandon doss 172 

J-eicestcr Wopdward 175 

Salisbury Johnson 1*7 

Middlebury 180 

Vergennes Painter 198 

Feraisburg Taylor 203 

Charlotte B.injs 209 

Sherburne Parsons 215 

Burlington Howard 220 

To Montreal .-and Quebeck. 

Bedford Jaqnis 5 

Woburn Hill 10 

Biljeiica Bowers 19 

Chelmsford 23 

Tingsborofigh Swallow 30 

Dui'.siable Poliard 36 

^Merrimack Patterson 42 

Amherst Eaton 46 

tn. h. Converse 49 

Mount Vernon , Bay 52 

Fiar.cistown I-aliy 61 
Gibson 64 

Hillsborough M Xiel 72 

"Washington Famswoith 81 

Le/iipster Brainard 83 

Claremont Chwse loo 

WiiuUor, Vt, Hettc'S 109 

Woodstock T.iylor 123 

Barnaitl Aiken 131 

lloyalton Smith & Fox 137 

Randolph Holmes 145 

^rookfieid Edson 152 
Ainsworlh 156 

TrVilliamstown Jon'.s 160 
Alontpelieor Davis, Eaton & 

Houghton 170 

Moretown Cobb 177 

Waterbury Turner 131 

BoUon WhitCQiiib 189 
Hic)mion4 Spicer & Howard 19 1 

V/iJi-itr.n Parkir 200 

Buri.gton Baker 208 

Colchester Bines 214 

JNIilton Piatt 222 

Georgia Mcrrit 230 

St. Albans Keith 234 

Swantom. Steams ?43- 

OaldiH's Manor Nioht)U 253 

'saqth River . Lanii>Tqan 259 



Vaugham 269 ^ 

St. Johns Biiigham 277' 

Hall-way House Ames 286 

Laprnie Stearns 295- 

Montreal 32:^, 

Ueptentigne 322* 

Berthiere 354 

Itiviero de Loup 376 

1 lois Bivieres 403 

St. Aim's 425 

Jacques Cartier 455' 

St, Augusiinc 476" 

Cap!' Rogue 479 

Quebeck 48& 
'J'o PoiUmouth through 
Haverhill. 

Medford Mayo 5" 

Reading Parker 12 

Andovtr Locke 20 

Have, lull - Kendall 29- 

Plastow Sawyer 36 

Kiugstoii Peasiey 39 

SaMdlM>rii 42 

Exeter Eniery 48 

Stratham Kenui^ton 53 

Greenland Huse 55 

Portsmouth Wildes 60 
To rassamaquoddy over 
Newburyport Turnpike 
through Portsmouth. 

Chariestown King 2 

Maiden 4 

Lyntifieid Hotel Cummings 12 

Top8fi< Id Hotel Wildes 21 

Nev. bur) port Gilman 33 

Merrimack Bridge Pearson 36 

Hampton Langmaid 43 

Green;ahd Huse 54 

Purtsiiiuuth DavenjKirt 58 

Kittery - Rice 59 

York Wilcox 67 

Wells Maxcy 76 

Kennebunk Jefferds 85 

Saco Cleves 95 

Scarborough Noble 106 

Portland • Coburn 110 

Falmouth Knight 113 

Buckmau 116 

N. Yarmouth , Mitchell 122 

Fre( port Codman 128 

Brunswick Dow 136 

Bath iurnpike Matthews 145 

HerndeH's Ferry Ricker 147 

Woolwich White 149 

Wiscasset Hilton 157 

Sheepscot Roundlet 161 

INobK'boroHgh Bi^ant 166 

WaldDboroug;h Barnard 176' 

AVarren fage le-T- 



Jppendix.J Roads from Boston 



229 



Thomastown Gleason lao 

jCiimdcn Eagfi- 202 

Liucoiiiville 210 

Belfast Cunningham 220 
over tlie bay to Castine, 

Perkins 232 

Bhiehiil Whilham 240 

Suny . 25ft 

Ellsvvorih Langdon 261 

Tixnton Gookni 271 

Sullivan Feny 270 

G<)id:*bo.oiigh HiU 235 

Siciibtn Handy, Upton 281 

Cheiiyfield Aiiams 290 

Columbia Wass 303 

Jonesborough Whiiney 312 

Macluas lhacliei-,T«:ilis,Hill 320 

Vast port Pi"« 350 

From Machias to Calais. 
Machiiis Hill, Thatclier, Ellis 320 
East- River Talbot, Foster 326 
Huntieys ^36 

Dcn.iysville Wilder 34S 

Robbinston Brewer 365 

Calais Jellison 377 

From Portland to Augusta 
Britli:e through Uerham. 
.Westbro(ik Stephens 3 

N. Yarmouth Chase 11 

Povvnal meetinghouse 
Deriiam 

New bridge over Androscog- 
gin River 



16 



19 



Lisbon [ Robinson's corner] 24 

Wales Libby & Given 32 

Monmouth Bioxvn 34 

Monmouth Judkins 37 

Wiiithrop Howard 42 

Halloweil forks road Robinson 48 

Augusta Bridge 52 

Fro.i Brunswick to Bangor. 

Brunswick Dow 1-45 

Topshnm Green 146 

B>.Adoinuain Leonard 153 

Litelitield Shaw 162 

Gardner M'Lennan 169 

Halloweil Snuth 173 

Augiisia PoDard 175 

Va?^ai borough Brown 181 

China Washburn 197 

Fairfax Hey.icK)d 201 

Unity Burnham 210 

Joy Bagley 2l6 

Divmont Butman 221 

Do. 2, Range 1 Gilmore 229 

Hampden Vose, Kinsley 287 

Bangor Hatch 300 
'New Post road from Bangor 
to Dextfir and Norridre- 



wock. 

Jackson Plantation Bunker 8 

Levant Hodsdon 3 

Corinth Fleshman o 

PrescoU 4 

Garland Godin 10 

Dexter Eaner 6 

Palnyra Lancey 5 

Bloom field Lock ^0 

Norriilgewock Sawiil o 

From Bangor to Passa- 
dunkey. 

Stillwater Ferry Graves 7 

Orono, old Town Falls Davis 5 

Sunkhase Baiiey 4 

Oiamman Littiefieid 4 

Passadunkey Souihcott 8 

Cold Stream Point 12 
Belfast to Bangor (^ew 

Road.j 

Belfast Cunninghain 220 

Prosjiect Lane 228 
Fran kfort (Marsh River, } er- 

mont) i^ierce 236 

do. Village 239 

Hamiideii Vose 240 

Bangor Hatch 252 

Bangor to Castine, East 

side Penobscot River. 

Brewer f 

Orrington Woodbury 6 

Buxpoit Howes 14 

West side 

Hampden Vose 6 

Frankfort Tobev 13 
Over the River to Bucks; ort 

Howes 14 
Bucksport Village Emerson, 

Frye 19 

Orland Sherburne 26 

Castine Avery 33 

do, (Penin.) Laknuan o6 

Hbmpden to Newport, 

(New Road.) 

Carmel Benson 12 

CrsbyPl, Friend 16 

Newport Burnet 21 

do. Stewart and Shaw 25 
To Norridgewock. 

Vassalborough Brown 18Q 

Winslow 1^0 

Clinton 19fi 

Canaan Locke 200 

Xorridgewpck Sawtel 212 

To Noiridgewock through 
Oxford. 



230 



FalmoutU 

Oray 

New Gloucester 

I'olaud 

iluiol 

Tumer 

Jhv 

laiitiiiigton 
Ai'-'i etstcr 
Stalks 
>"(jiiidgewock 



Roads from Boston. [ Appendix . 



Laiuburt 

Cubb 

Perkiiis 

L«ivitt 

llunroe 

Fiost 

Hiist 

Arnold 

Cmoy 

Daitiui'th 



Iroui Urunswick to Hal 
lon-eiJ, (oid road.) 

B(wdoinham lijUier 35 

l.itchhejd 22 

Hallowtll Siniili 29 

*rom Portland to Hal- 

lowelJ, through ^"ew 
Gloucester. 

Pmiaud 118 

^'■'»>' . 136 

N>iw Gloucester 142 

Lewistowu 152 

Greeu 158 

Moiiiuuuth lt,6 

Wiiitbioi) 172 

Halloweil Smith 182 

"i^o Portland over Fiscata- 

qua Bridge. 
Hampton FaUs Laug-iiaid 43 
Greenland Dtarbom 5Z 

Piscataqua Bridge Fiink 58 
^"^"^i- Koliins 70 

Soniersworth 74 

Heiuick Hayes, Garland 75 

Douq:ntv'8 Falls Hubbs 8:^ 

South Beiwick r lust 76 



Wellt Littlefield, Lindsay 85 

Kenntbuiik Jeftcrds 9i 

Saco Cleavt* 8t Aloudy 10« 

Stroudwatei- March 105 
Portland Hurnham, Fo.soru, 

'I'ilton, M'Lcllau,Cobum 113 

From Portland througii 
Fryeburgh and \\'hite 

Hills to Lancaster, N. H. 

GorbaiH Pbinney 10 

Standwich Thompson 17 

BaUlwiu Fitch 29 

Hii-am Spring 36 

Biownfiehi Stickni,y 40 

Fry burg Eastman 47 

Couway, N. H, Osg.od ^y 

Bartlett Hail 65 

Hart's Locatioa T. Gate 72 

Notch of Wliite Hills Harltord 78 

Bc>oud Notch llosc-bio,.k 84 

Jefferson Plaisted 93 

Lancaster Wilion 103 



To Newburyport t! 
Salem. 



rougiji 



Salera 

Beverly 

"Weidum 

Hamiitoa 

Ipiwich 

Kowley 

A'ewburyport 



Potter 
Baker 
Porter 
Broxvn 
Tretidweli 
Siuiili 
Giliuaii 



To Gloucester. 

Beverley Bakir 

Manchester Thompson 

Gloucester L<JW 

To Marblehead 
Lynn ll^tei 

MarUehead Hay 



DISTANCES FROM BOSTO.V TO THE PRINCIPAL TOWNS i:. 
THJi UNITED STATES. 

Mile*. 
From Boston to ProTidenice. 

R.L 41 
to New London, Cou. 100 

to New Haven, Cou. 134 

to SprinsftieJd 86 

to Hartford, Con. 100 

to New York 21© 

to Philadelphia 3^5 

to Baltimore 395 

to Washington City 436 

■ to Salem j4 

— - to Newburypoit 39 





>Jtijlc,. 


to Pprtimoutb, X. It. 


CO 


to York, Maine 


e? 


to Sac(» 


95 


to Portland 


110 


to Noith Yarmjptiib 


122 


to Brunswick 


ISA 


to Bath 


145 


to Wiscasset 


157 


to Belfast 


220 


to Bucksport 


25l 


to Machias Salt Falls 


320 


to Eattpurt 


350 



INDEX. 



Aeailemy Aits & Sciences 134 

Academies in MassiichiisettJ 138 

Additions and Corrections 202 
Agents, Consuls 194^ iQy 

Asrictilfiiral Societies 150 
Atnendments of the Constitn- 

tion of >fassacljm« tts, See. 222 
Antiquariiin Soeitty 137 
Ancient and Hon- Avtillery ll'i 
Andovev Institution 133 
Amount of Exports, &c. 177 
Appendix 202 
Army of the United States 185 
Artillery of Massachusetts 113 
Asylums 144 
Attorneys in Boston 39 
Attorneys, Cir. Court, U. S. 176 
Atlieneums 143 
Attorney-Gen. of M.issaclifisetts 23 
Auctioneers in Boston 156 
Assessors 154 
Attorneys in Essex 42 
AqitediKt Corporation 150 
Banks ill Massachusetts 158 
Barnstable Justices, &c 57 
Rerkshiie Justices, ike. 67 
Bible Societies 89,203 
l?i:l of Mortality, Boston 210 
Bishops in America 87 
•Board of Health, Boston 154 
Banks, Savings 144 
Briqade Staff Officers 101 
Bri^de in Boston, 3d ll6 
Bristol Juitices, {fee. 54 
Brown Univei-sity 13'.' 
Boston Fuel Savings Institution 145 
Bowdoin College 1;27 
Boylston Donation 3 45 
Branches U. S. Bank 117 
Census of Boston 2lS 
Do. United Sfcites 221 
Do. Massachusetts, 18 to 26,220 
Cliaritable Societies 141 
Churches mid Miiiisten 79 
Court, Counsellors, Cir. U. S». 176 
- Common Pleas 28 
Circuit U. S. Attorneys 176 



• S- J. Massichusetts 


23 


S.J. Calendar of, 


30 


Common Pleas 


30 


Sessi<.ns 


29 


Probate 


32 




31 


of United States 


175 


C(mstal>les in Boston 


155 


Coins, Foreii,'n 


168,213 



Counsellors, fcc. in Boston 38 

Cadets, Independent 116 

Colhe^ts 113—13? 

Congress, 17th 171 

Consuls, American 194 



Consuls, foreiq;n in U. S. i^T 

Cincinnati in iMassachutetta 147 

Coni^. Ch.«ritable Society 141 

Convtntion Coni,'. MiiiMiter* 87 

Council, Massachusetts 17 

Counsellors in Boston 33 

DispensaiT, Medical I4i 

District Ofiic;'rs of U. S. 174 

Divisionary Staff Officers lOO 

Dukes' County Justices, &c. ' 59 

Dartmouth College 130 

EclipSiS 2 

Essex County Justices, &C. 39. 
Pvducatinn Societies 93, 134 

Exports fiYun the U. S. 177 

Federal Couits, Sittings of 175 

Female Samaritan Society 203 

Field Officers of Infantry 103 

Franklin Donation 145 

Firewards in Boston, 153- 
Franklin County Justices, Sec 73 

(iold lables 213 

General Court I6 

General Staff Officers ]00 

Government of United States 170 
Governors of Massachusetts 15, Itj 

Do. of the several Slates 210 

Hampshire Justices, &c. 4» 

Handel & Haydn Society 148 

Humane Societies 140 

Hampden Juslicts, &C., 75 

Haivard University Uij 

Historical Society 137 

Hospit.il Corpoiation 146 

Howurd Benevoknt Society 147 

Instriioiors. Associated 203 

Infantry, Field Officers of 103 

Inspectors, State 20I 

Insurance Companies ifts 

Inti-rest Table 212 

Justices in Boston 36 

Judiciai7 of Massachusetts 28 

Judiciary of United States 174 

Justices through the Statu 35 

I,»itrrs, postagt- of 99 

Law Social Library 149 

Library Societies 149 

Linnean Soeitty 140 

-Marine Societies 140 

Masonic SeeitUeg 204 

Middlesex Justices, SiC. 45 

Musical. Societies I48 

Militia of Massachusetts lo« 

Ministers I) nd Chuicli«-s 78 
Minist -rs of U. S. hi Foreign 

Countiics. 194 

Ministers Cortign in U. S. 197 

Medical Society of Myss. 135 

Missionary Societies 91 

Mi.mieijml Court 2i 

Medic;il Di-speiisary 1<3 



232 



INDEX, 



Mid.Uesex Canal 149 

Nantucket Co. Justices, Sec. 60 

Naval Beard 17S 

Navy Aerents, Sec 181 

Naval Force of U. States 183 

Navy of United Slates 178 

Norfolk County Justices, &c. 70 

Notaries Publick in Boston 38 

in Essex 42 

— in Middlesex 46 

in Hampshire 49 

in Plymouth 52 

in Bristol AS 

— — in Barnstable 58 

in Dukes 59 

in Nantucket fiO 

— in Worcester 64 

— — in Berkshire 69 

in Norfolk 72 

in Franklin 74 

in Hami)den 77 

Overseers of Poor, Boston 152 

Physicians in Boston 156 

Probate Courts 32 
Population of the United Slates 221 

Postage 99 

Princeton College, N. J. J 32 

Pilots, Branch 201 
Plymouth County Justices, &c. 50 

Post Towns & Post Masters 94 

Peace Societies 94 

Repnrtor Decisions, Mass. 28 

Keprisentatives Massachusetts 17 

Do. United States 171 

Revenue Oflicei-s, Mass. 201 

Roads, List of 225 

Roman Catholic Bishops 87 

Rates of Dockage, &c. 214 
Salaries 151, 173, 174 

Schools Public, Boston 153 

School Committee, do. 152 

Selectmen, do. 152 

Senate of Massachnsetts 17 

Do. United States 170 

Societies, Charitable, &c. 141 



Solicitor-General of Mass. 28 

State Prison, Officers of 150 

Suffolk County Justices. &c. 36 

Supreme Couit, Massachusetts 28 

Supreme Court of U. States 174 

Surp:eons an(' Physicians 156 

Sessions Courts 31 

Secretary of Massachusetts 1^ 

Secretaries of U( parUnents 173 

Suffolk Justices. &c. 36 

Savins^s Bank, Boston, &c. 144 

South Carolina College 1S2 

Sheriffs in Boston 39 

Essex 42 

Middlesex 47 

Norfolk 72 

Plymouth SS 

Bristol «6 

Barnstable 58 

Dukes 60 

Nantucket 60 

AV'orcester 65 

Hampden 77 

Hampshire 50 

Franklin 75 

Berkshire 69 

StacTf s from Boston 207 
Tahl. s 168, 184, 212, 213 

Town Court, Boston 28 

Tieasunr of Massachusetts 17 

Theological I.Tbiary 1J9 
Theological and Edueation 

Societies 126, 134 

Third Brigade, 1st Division 116 

Town Officers, Boston 152 

Tract Society 94 

Undertakers in Boston 156 

United States Army 185 

United States Calendar 170 

Universities US 
Vermont Colleges 129, 131 

Votes for Governor 2 

AViliiams College 127 
Worcester County Justices, &c. 61 

Yale College 1^8 



f}:^ County Attorneys, Judges of Probate, Registers 
of Probate, Registers of. Deeds, Justices, Attorneys, 
Counsellors, Sheriffs, Coroners, &c. will be found under 
their respective heads in the several Counties. 



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