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UNIVERSITY 
OF PITTSBURGH 




Dar*Rm« 
JK3031 

1828»32 



LIBRARY 



3 1735 060 221 227 



No. XI. 
WALTON'S 

VERMONT REGISTER 

AND . . « 

FARMER'S almanac; 

FOR THE YEAR OF OUR LORD, 

1838: : 

BEING BISSEXTILE, OR LEAP YEAR, 

AND TlfB FIFTY-SECOND OF AMERICiN INDEPENDENCE, 



Calculated for the Meridian of Montpelier, in Latitude 

44° 17' north, and I^ongitude 4° 25' east from the 

Capitol of the United States at Washington. 



ASTRONOMICAL CALCULATXOIVS 

BY ZADOCK TltOMPSON, A. M. 



MONTPELIER: -^ 

PUBLISHED BY B. P. WALTOW, AT THE MOtrtKLIBR 
BOOK-STORE. • 



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J'f % WALTON'S 

VERMONT REGISTER 

AND 

' FOR THE YEAR OF OUR LORD, 



1828 s 






BEING BISSEXTILE, OR LEAP-YEAR, 

AND THE FIFTY-SECOND OF AMERICAN INDEPENDENgE. 



Calculated for the Meridiaa of iTfontpelier, x^ci Latitude 

44^ 17' north, and Longitude 4*^ 25' east from the 

Capitol of the United States at Washiu<rtoa. 



ASTRONOMICAL CALCVLATlOIfS 

BY ZADOGK THOMPSON, A. M. 



MONTPELIER: ' 

PCBLISHED BY E. P. WALTON, AT THE MONTPELIER 
BOOK-STORE. 



.\A:<IE.S and CHARACTEilS OF THi; PLANETS. 



© The Sim. 

^ ® The Moon. 

^ Pilerciiiy. 



2 Vcnns. 
© The Earth. 

$ Mars. 



11 Jupiter. 
^ Sat am. 
Herschel. 



j\''amcs and Characters of the signs of 
T Ai'ies. 



odiac. 




X Pisces. 



KAMES AND CHARACTERS OF THE ASPECTS. 

Q Ascending Node. Q Descendin«T Node. 

c$ Conjunction, or in the same longitude. 

D Quartile, or differing 3 signs in longitude. 

Q Opposition, or differing 6 signs in longitude. 

CHRONOLOGICAL CYCLES. 



Dominical Letters, F E 
Golden number, 5 

Epact. 14 



Solar Cycle, 17 

Roman Indiction, 1 
Julian Period, 6541 



ECDIPSES IN lo28. 

I. The firsVis of the San, on the 13th of April, at! 
4h. 2Gm. in ^1^ mormng, invisible. Moon's latitude 
8° 30' north, "rrhe sun will he centrally eclipsed on 
the ^ed Sea a little east of Suakem. j 

II. The second is also of the Sun, on tli« 8th of Oc 
tober, at 7h. 26m. in the evening-, invisible. Moon'i 
latitude 6° 30' south. Tiie sun will be centrally e 
ciipsed at Navigator's Island in the Pacific Ocean. 



MOVEABLE TEASTS. 



Septuagessima Sunday, Feb. 3 
Ciuinq. or Shrove Sund. Feb. 17 
Ash Wednesday, or 1st day of 
' Lent, February 23 

r»] id-Lent Sunday, March 16 

Palm Sunday, March 30 

Easter Day, April 6 



Low Sunday, April 13 ; 

Rogation Sunday May 11 i 
AiL;ention day, or Holy Thurs- | 

day, May 15 1 

Whitsunday, May 25 [ 

Trinity Sunday, June 1 j 

Advent Sunday, Nov. 30 i 



COMMENCEMENT OF THE FOUR SEASONS. 

Spring begins March 20th, 9h. 55m. morning. 
Summer — June 21st, 7h. 6m. morning. 
Autumn — Sept. 22d, 9h. 28m. evening. 
Winter — Dec. 21st, 2h. 30m. evening. 

CURE FOR BLOATING IN CATTLE. 

When an animal has eat too much green her bagejt 
ferments in the stomach and produces carbonic acid i 
gas, which occasions bloatiqg. To destroy this gas 
make the animal swallov; a spoonful of ammoniac mix- 
ed with a glass of v/ater.— -Perhaps a dose of lye would ji 
do as well. 

! Toa.— Mr. William Prince, of Long Island, has a- 
bout a hundred fine flowering plants, both of the Green 
and the Black or Evohca Tea. Ho has also the Japan j 
Tea of North Carolina, the New Zealand Tea, cnd| 
some plants, the flowers of which are used with others ■ 
in perfuming the finer descriptions of Tea. [ 

Hints. — Superintend in person as much of your own 
business as practioaljle, and observe with a watchful! 
eye the management of what is necessarily committed! 
to the agency of others. I 

Let no common amusements interfere or mingle with ' 
iyonr business; make them distinct enxployrannts. 



JANUARY, first month— 18^:]. 



FARMER S CAl.E.NDAR. 

" See now there is snow and the sledding is good ; 
Make ready your team boys, and get home your wood 
Look well to your barns, and thrash out your graiu ; 
Be content- with your lot and never complain."" 



The orbs of heaven pursue their courses, the sea- 
sons walk their round, and creation fulfils the clot^ign 
of its being-, man only excepted. Man, wayward man, 
if not continually goaded or checked, either sinks down 
into a state of listless inactivity, or is everlastingly 
tt'andering out of the way. Hence the necessity of 
continually setting before him liis duty, and of endeav- 
ourhig by persuasion, by flatery, and by every other 
means, to induce him to act, ni some measure as he 
shoidd do. But what can I say, that I have not alrea- 
dy said upon this subject ? The field of argument seems. 
to have been stripped bare ; and the arguments to have 
been presented in every possible point of view. And 
what have they availed ? We cee mankind still persist- 
ing in the errors we have endeavoured to combat.— | 
\Ve see farmers still pursuing what they are pleaced [ 
to call the good old way, 

^^nd tread the steps their fathers trod, 
fully resolved to have nothing to do with the improve 
ments of these degenerate time's. We see idlers about \ 
our streets— dissipation still staggering down the road 
of v.-retchedner.s — and innocence reduced, by the vices 
of others, to the most abject state of misery and want.i 
These things are against us ; but we will not despair, i 

We'll exhort, and we'll threaten, we'll flatter and amuse! 
All those who have patience our page to peruse ; [ 

We'll teach them their duty — we'll teach them the way,] 
And clear our oivn skirls, liihey do not obey. 

jAs I have room, I would juet hint, in this place, that, 
the evenings are now long — that you have a number' 

j^of good books, (or had ought to have) and have a News- 
paper weekly withoul hor rowing of your neighbours — 
and that you and your family have minds which need 
imnrovempnt. "A word to the wise is sufficient."' 



JxViX U AR. Y has'3'i dayB— 18^28: 



JN'ew-Year's come and now tiiu greeiiu^ 
With a happy, happij year -. 

January's coid and fleeting 

Us aiong on onr career^^ 



O Full moon 2l1 dfiy, Ih. -"m. morning. 
(§ Last, quarter IGth day, 2h. 22m. mormng. 
# New moon 16th day, 7h. 31m. evening. 
© First quarter 23d day, 3h. 52m. evening, 
O Full nioon 31st day, 8h. 11m. evening. 



- icALENDAR, ASPECTS. 



&C. 



i rise 



Circumcision. 



<Joid\ 



Apoiree. 



21 



12 


7 


13 


F 


14 


2 


15 


3 


16 


4 


17 


5 


18 


6 


19 


7 


20 


F 


21 


2 


22 


3 


23 


4 


24 


5 


25 


6 


26 


7 


27 


f! 


28 


2 


29 


3 


-30 


4 


31 


5 



ana 

dear. 

A 

storm 

F Epiphany. is 

2 ;2) ^ 5 . «^ 

3 Bat. of N. Orleans, 1815. 

4 hand^ prob- 

5 ® Q i^ly 

6 ■:§ n6-<2t 6' of\ 
Sirius south llh. ev. snoic^\ 
1 St gund. after Epiphany. 
5 runs low. but 7/m,yj 
Y'd. L. south 9h. 10m. be\l 

©Perigee. au 

Dr. Franklin born, 1706. \l 

Jatmarijil 

©^6' thaw\l 

2d. S. aft. Epip. ©ent.-ca|7 

Higli\l 

(fji 'Q. and'll 

1)1 ■uttering. 7 

Conversion of St. Paul. 7 

f 8 97 

3d. Sun. af. Epip. I 8 57 7 

D r. high. ® south \ ^ 44 7 

'(f. Apogee. I 10 3IJ7 

K.Ch'lesI.Mart. 1^11 17 7 

K. Geo.IV.procl. 1820. 17 

A^ ' ' 




24l4 
23 
22 
21 4 
20 4 
19 4 
17{4 
164 
15|4 
14.4 
13 4 
124 



2512K 

36112!^ 

3T|l2Jcp 

38l2jcp 

39lic!v^! 

40|l3|y 

4iil3jy 

43;13;n 

44!i3!n 

45|13JZ5 
46J13JS5J 
47il4j2c| 
48il4!0 



8 24: 

9 35 i 

10 44 i 

11 48:1 
morn. i| 

49. 

1 49| 

2 49I 

3 43'! 

4 30 I 

5 13 1 
5 54| 



I FEBRUARY, second month~lf^8. 



Fx^RMER S CxVLEKDAR. 

' Av/ay now to market as soon as you please, 
Willi your pork and your poultry, your butter and 

cheese ; 
Your beans and your flas, your §:rain and your flour, 
Aud do not delay it till sleighing is o'er.' 



Do not let the chime of the merry bells wheedle you 
;away a slcio-h-riding, to the neglect of this golden op- 
'portunity of sledding wood. After having laid in a 
lyear's stock of wood you may then improve the yleigh- 
!ing in visiting your friende. Eut business before friends 
should be the farmer's motto. If any one is do regard- 
;less of his own happiness and comfort as to neglect 
jlaying in a store of wood Vv'hile the sledding lasts, he 
Ineed not expect that I shall take his part or try to al- 
'Icviate his misery, if his wife combs his head fbr him 
jevcry v/oek during the summer on the account. Nor 
shall I pity him much if now and then he has a late 
jdinner and a raw pudding into the bargain. We fre- 
quently hear complaints about fretful and scolding 
wives and to be sure they are not very pleasant or a- 
greeablc companions. We blame them tor their peev- 
ishness, but, my word for it, the fault is our own fte. 
times out of ten. "What can be more vexatious to a ! 
'woman, than to be tied at home and to be obhged 
{lave the care of a large family of children while hen 
husband is spending his time at a neighbor's — lounging! 
at a tavern or grogshop and doing scarcely any thing! 
for the comlbrt of bis family at home ? I have often \ 
Ibcen surprised that the patience of women should holdj 
:,out as it does. Place a man in the circumstances in : 
fvvhich many of tbem are placed, and, I'll be bound, he 
'would be confined as a bedlamite within a month. 
1 Be in season ?.bout getting out your tlax, and thenj 
•when you enter your house mstead of meeting a re- 
jproachful blast, your ears will be saluted by the ac- 
jceptable music of the spinning wheel. If iiusbands 
j would do their duty, I can predict with the certainty 
lof an eclipse that the number of Xantippies would be 
juirainiehed just 75 per eent. 



JWRUARY has '29 days — 1 828. 

Now the clouds obscure the heaven, 
Scatter down the fleecy snows : 

Now by gentle winds they're driven 
Now the drifting tempest blows. 



(© Last quarter 8th day, 3h. 2m. evening. 

9 New moon 15th day, 5h. 32m. morning. 

© First quarter 22d day, 9h. 45m morning. 

Jupiter will be morning star till the 29th of April — thence evening 
star till the 17th of liTovember — and thence mornin? star. 



. 1 ^ CALENDAR, ASPECTS, &C. 


© 


© 


3® 


^ 1 

f.&S. 


did 


1 


rise. 


set. 


s. pi 


1|- ^ 


Q'KU. Flying\l 1114 49ll4| 


a 


5 56 

6 56 


- ' 


Purification ot'B. V. Mary. 


7 9 4 511141 


W 


hlF 


Septuages. S. © ? c^ sup. 


7 8 


4 52 14l 


W 


7 54 


4i 2 


clouds, 


7 6 


4 54 


I4rii^ 


8 51 


5 3 


loith 


7 5 


4 55 


14 ^ 


9 55 


G 4 


Alliance with Fr. 1778. 


7 3 


4 57 


14^ 


11 


7 


5,® Q . some 


7 2 


4 58 


14 


T^'l 


morn. 


8 


6 @ 4 (^ . S710W. 


7 1 


4 59 


15 


TTl 


5 

1 10' 


9 


7i Conlifi- 


8 59 


5 1 


15 


t 


;io 


FSexagesima Sunday, ues 


6 58 


5 2 


15 


t 


2 15 


|ii 


2: D Tux}s low. saually. 


56 


5 4 


15 


t 


3 20 


112 


3 


Moder- 


6 54 


5 6|l5 


\? 


4 17 


!ia 


4 


9 Perigee. nte 


6 53 


5 7jl5 


V5' 5 all 


il4 


5 


Vafentine. for 


6 52 


5 815 




5 52 


|15 


6 


the 


6 51 5 9 


15 


,w 


)set. 


ilG 


7 


sccison, 


6 495 11 


14 


V 


7 61 


in 


F 


QuinquagcFsima S. but 


6 48 5 12 


1<X 


8 16' 


48 


2 


Q . soon 


6 4G 


5 14 


14 


cp 


9 25: 


19 


3 


Shrove Tues. Q) enters X 


6 45 


5 15 


14 


op 


10 32 


20 


4 


Ash Wednesday, colder. 


6 44 


5 16'l4 


« 


11 38 


r^i 


6 


with 


6 42 


5 18 


14 


« 


morn. '\ 


i22 


6 


G. Wash, born, 1732. hio-h 


6 40 


5 20 


14 


n 


37', 


123 


7'; D runs high. winds. 


6 39 


5 21 


14 


n 


1 31! 


124 


F 


1st S. in Lent. gt. Matthi. 


6 37 


5 23 


14 


n 


2 24^ 


[25 


2 


f 8 27 


6 36 


5 24 


13155 


3 9: 


\26 


3 


# Apogee. 9 1316 35 


5 25; 13 


j25 


3 511 


'■'11 


4 


(® south. ^ 9 59 


6 33 


5 27 13 


a 


4 29' 


'r>0 


5 


14. stationarv. | 10 4^ 


6 32 


5 28 13 


a 


5 3 


|29 


6 


1^1129 


6 31 


5 29 ISJr^ 


5 34 


Venus will be evening star till July 18th — thence 


morning star to the end of the year. 



MARCil, third month— 1825 



FAKMEK S CALKWDAR. 

"Come, boys, to the woodpile your axes apply, 
Prepare for the spring; work, 'twill come by and ly ; 
See the sun rises higher, and the snow melts away — 
Now give to your cattle the best of your hay." 



! As this is the season in which every farmer, who has 
jit in his power, should manufiicture a supply of maples 
jSuo-ar, the following' directions, may serve to prevent I 
Imuch of that article being spoiled in the maldng. — i 
I Vour buckets for catching the sap should be v/ell clea,ns- 1 
lod and scalded before the trees are tapped. Your sap! 
•should be kept clean through the process of boiling. 
'Avoid letting your sap or syrup stand long in an iron 
kettle, as the rust will give it a dark colour. W^henj 
Iboiled nearly down to syrup a little lime should be;, 
ithrown into the kettle. At this stage of boiling as 
well as in sugaring otf, care should be taken to avoid' 
iaealing the top of the kettle too hot, or any other way? 
burning, as it will injure both tiie colour and flavor of^ 
Ihe sugar. When the syrup is boiled down turn it; 
while hot into a clean wooden vessel and let it stand 
jtwo or three days to settle ; then turn it off carefully 
from the dirt, and strain it. Hang it over a gentle fire 
[and when it is warm, stir in one pint of milk to four or 
;iive gallons of syrup, vvdhch will rise as it begins to 
jboil and must bo taken off with a skimmer. If you 
|vvish to have your sugar very nice, boil it till one halfi 
lor two thirds of it v/ill grain, turn it hot into a tight 
jcask, let it stand in a cool place undisturbed, till the 
bottom is grained, then turn off the molasses and turn 
|the cask bottom up over some vessel to catch what 
ivvill run out, and let it stand as long as any will drip ; 
'ihirm set it upright and what moisture remains will set- 
|de to tlie bottom leaving the top dry and of a hne qual-l 
|ity. Lot these plain directions be carefully followed' 
land I v/ill insure you as beautiful and as palituble sugar 
as the best Muscovado; and I can assure you that itsj 
sweetness will not be at all diminished by the reflection, | 
jf.hat it contains the tears of no poor slave nnngled in 
jits composition. 



MARCH has 31 davs— 1828. 



Bui Phoebus up ilie s^ky ascending, 
Soon dissolve* the banks of snow; 

While the uioaatuin streams descending, 
Overspread the plains l»elow. 



O Full inoon 1st day, 2h. Om. evening. 
(^ Last quarter 9th day, Oh. 25ra. morning. 
O New moon 15th day^ 4]i. 4om. evening. 
S) P'irst quarter ii3d day, 5h. 10m. mornmj. 
O Full moon 31 Bt day, 5h. t;6m. morning. 



CALENDAR, ASPECTS. 



&c. 



rise 



© !© 



set. 



TlDavid. 

EJ2d Sund. in Lent. 
2!7*'sset llh. 52m. 



4 © .^ D . 



oorii'j V 
P 



30,5 30113 



6 28l5 32 13 



/16 27|5 33112 



6 



jl5 


7 


116 


E 


117 


o 


118 


3 


1-19 


4 


120 


5 


!2i 


(J 


|22 


7 


|23 


E 


24 


2 


25 


3 


26 


4 


,27 


5 


i28 


fi 


29 


7 


30 


E 


i3i 


1 ^ 



bu(\Q 
for 



the mosl 
7 V Stationary. 1), runs low. 
E 3d Sun. in Lent. part 6 

2 cald 

3 raw 
4 Gregory. ©Perigee, and 

Planet ^ discovered, 1781. 
^ Stationary. chilly. 

Somr. snow 
4th S. in Lent. Mid. L. S. 

thh 

(g) y (^ Inf. 7n<ynth 

?j . with 

^) enters S'^. hi^-h 

Benedict. winds 

D runs high. by 

5th Sun. in Lent. which 

(3 Apogee. U 

Annuncia. of B. V. Mary. 

is ( 8 46 

I 9 31 

® South <( 10 16 

?nuch j 11 1 

GthS.inL.PalmS. t ^ 47 

i Stationary. dnfted. 



2115 39 
196 41 
^ 43 



25j5 35 121^ 
24j5 36 12! lit 
22I5 38jl2!ll{ 

n!n| 
iilf I 
iiM 

lOjVy 

10 

10 

iO 

9 

9 
9 



6 50 

7 53 

8 55 

10 1 

11 6 
morn. 

11 



5 
3 
1 

0|6 
596 
576 
55!6 
53t6 



46 
48 
49 
51 
52 
53! 
551 
57| 
591 
01 
1 

3i 
5 
7 
8 

10 
12 
13 
14 
16 
17 



8rd 
8|y 

81 o 



15 

10 

2i 
47 1 
29 i 

DSGt.) 

7 11! 

8 18 

9 24 

10 26 

11 25 



n imorn. 

20^ 

1 10 
54 
34 

8 
40 

9 
38 

8 
5i^\ ) rise 



• ^ _^ A PRIL, iVra rth montli— 182H. 

farmer's calendar. 
" Look well to your sheep your oxen ancl ccvs, 
And put now in order your harness and ploughs; 
Mend up broken fencec, take diligent care. 
And plough^ sow and burrow, while tiie weather is fair. 



' Don't he discouraged, if you should occasionally slip 
down by the way, and your ucighbors should treud o- 
ver you a little. \i\ other \vords don't let a fliilure or 
two dishearten you. Accidents happen — nnscalcula- 
tions will sometimes be made— thiDi.5-s will often turn 
jout diiierently from our expections and we may be suf- 
jferers. It is worth \vhile to remember that iurtune is 
;Jike the skies of April, sometimes clouded and somo- 
liimes clear and favorable ; and as it would be folly to 
[despair of again seeing the sun, because to day it is 
jstoimy, it is as unwise to sink into despondency when 
fortuae frowns, since, in the common course of things, 
she may be surely expected to smile again.' I have 
'known a man commit suicide, while possessed of his 
ithousands, only because he expected a failure in his 
•crops and feared that he might possibly come to want. 
;I have known others, who had been so lucky (as most 
'of us are} as to get a little into debt, become so much 
jdiscouraged by the unceremonious call of a sheriff, that 
■all their energy Vvas parallised. — The loss of their 
farms was the consequence. Take courage then — go 
'steadily forward — be industrious — be frugal — be tem- 
Iperate — be honest — satisfy your creditors as fast as 
jyou can — deal frankly and kindly with all — exercise 
ja neighborly and obliging spirit, and, if you do not 
'prosper as rapidly, depend upon it, you will be as hap- 
ipy as any of your neighbors. 

I Ye Sluggard ! who have lain dormant, like bears in 
Ithe caverns of the mountains, and have only sucked 
isubsistence from your paws, awaken from your slum- 
jbers and not be the only beings in the world that are, 
jat this season, without vigour and activity. 

Grain, early peas, radishes, onions, &c. should be 
'sowed this month if the ground be sufficiently dry. 





APRIL has oO days— 1828. | 




But the waters now subsidnig, 1 


Leaves the fertile meadows bare; 


And the storm, on whirlwinds riding, 


I!*kO more chills the vernal air. 


' ®i Last quarter 7th day, vh. 13in. morning. | 


j # New moon 14th day, 4h. 26m. morning-. j 


! t) First quarter 22d day, Oh. 26m. mornmg. 
I O Full moon 29th day, 5h. 52m. eveninn-. 


* 1 "! CALENDAR. ASPECTS. &LC. 


© 


© ,©«> 


«» 1 




Iq 


rise 


set. s. pi 


r.&s. j 


If 


3 


There\b 42,6 18 


A\^ 


7 57' 


1 2 


4 


mi!r6' may 


5 40:6 20 


4 


m 


9 4l 


; 3 


5 


© b D . be 


5 39|6 21 


3 


^a 


10 Hi 


l4 


6 


Good Friday. a 


5 37 


6 23 


3 


:? 


11 16! 


1 5 


7 


D runs low. little 


5 35 


6 25 


3 


:? 


morn. 


6 


E 


Easter Day. moio 


3 34 


6 26 


2 


V5> 


11 


^ 


2 


this 


5 32 


6 28 


2 


'/:? 


1 8: 


1 8 


3 


month. 


5 31 


6 29 


2 


AV 


1 551 


1 9 


4 


©Perigee. but 


5 29 


6 31 


2 


/W 


2 35 i 


|I0 


5 


not 


5 28 6 32 


1 


X 


3 12| 


11 


6 


to 


5 27 6 33 


1 


¥ 


3 47' 


12 


7 


lie 


5 20 6 34 


1 t' 


4 24; 


13 


E 


1st. S. afl. Easter. Low S. 


5 24 6 36 


Oc)o 


5 4i 


14 


2 


©eel. invis. ^ Gr. Elong. 


5 23 6 37 


Ocp 


) set. ! 


15 


3 


Y'd L. sets 9h. 56m. lon^. 


5 21 6 39 F 


« 


8 16 


16 


4 


Weath- 


5 196 41 


« 


9 16 


17 


5 


Dr. Frank, died, 1790. er 


5 18 6 42 


n 


10 15! 


'lO 


6 


5 runs high. becomes 


5 16 


6 44 


1 


n 


11 9! 


|10 


7 


(g) enters 8 . warmer^ 


5 15 


6 45 


1 


SB 


11 55 


i20 


E 


id Sund. aft. Easter, and 


5 13 


6 47 


1 


22 


morn. : 


i21 


2 


©Apogee. the 


5 12 


S 48 


1 




35 


22 


3 


©JJ^D. spring 


5 10 


6 50 


2 


a 


1 12^ 


i-23 


4 


opens 


5 9 


6 51 


2 


a 


1 56' 


|24 


5 


7*sset9h. 12m. f 8 16 


5 8 


6 52 


2 


TTj/ 


2 16; 


\23 


6 


St. Mark. | 9 1 


5 6 


6 54 


2 


rn? 


2 46' 


\26 


7 


# south. -^ 9 46 


5 5 


6 55 


2^i 


3 16^ 


|27 


E 


3d Sund. aft. East. 10 33 


5 3 


6 57 


3|^ 


340: 


;28 


2 


• 8. L1122 


5 2 


6 58 


3=- 


4 171 


|29 


3 


%n6'm-KS' rapidly. 


5 1 


6 59 


3 111 


>ri.se! 


,30 




4 1 


6 


7 


3|lTi 


8 4 



MAY, fifth month— 1820. 



FARMERS CALEiNDAR. 

'• When 3'our lands are prepared, you may, if you please, 
Finish sowia^ your barley, your flax, oats and peas : 
Cy the tenth plant potatoes — by the fiiteenthyour corn, 
And see that your sheep in good season are shorn." 



[ At this season, the following axioms may sngg-estj 
-some profitable hints to those whose btwiness it is to 
|cultiva*.e the soil. 

j 1. Despise not your own profession* but regard it, as 
'^11 should do, the first in respectability and import^jicc. 
I 5. Do not attempt to cultivate more land than you 
;can stock and manure to advantage. Remember it is 
.'better to till 30 acres well than 100 in a slovenly man- 
■ner. What you cannot improve do not undertake to j 
^cultivate. Cultivate what you attempt to cultivate! 
jweil — the remainder of your lands will yield most prof- ■ 
it in firewood and timber. Large pastures may bej 
iprotitcible with no other labour than what is necessa- 
jry to keep them clear of bushes; but to run over "20 j 
jacres of plough land, or mowing land for what, with 
l^ood cultivation, may be obtained from five is the very 
jquintescence of folly and bad husbandry. 

3. Endeavour to raise good grain for it Vv'ill always 
isell for a good price, even in years of plenty ; whereas 
it is only in seasons of scarcity that there is a demand 
for grain of an inferior quality. 

4. Let your stock of cattle, horses, sheep, &c. beef 
the best sorts, and more remarkable for utility than for 
beauty, or fashion. 

5. Depend upon your ov/n farms for the subsistence 
and comforts of life, and admit no guest into your 
house, who cannot live ou the productions of our own 
country. 

j These axioms, reduced to general practice, would 
soon change the aspect of our country. A portion of 
our now half cultivated farms would soon acquire the 
neatness and fertility of a garden, while the remainder 
run up to beautiful groves, affording an abundance of 
firewood and timber, with increased profit to the pos- 
sessor. 



MAY hae31 days— KiiJj. 


But the sirring- with all its beauty . 


Opens to our ravish'd view : 1 


And, 'oy pleasure led or duly, 


All their vaiioas ways ptirsup. ! 


(^ Last quarter 6th cay, Oh. o9ni. eveninjr. | 


# New moon 13th day, 4h. 5Crn. evening. j 


C' First quarter 21st day, 6h. 19ni. evening. { 


O Full incon '29th day, 3h. 2om. morniPig-. i 


i ^ 1 ^ CALE^-DAR, ASPECTS, &C. >^ 1 ^ 


®,®| 


i-.&S.I 

"9^121 


Id 


o 1 ric^ 1 ser. | 


F.ipl 


j i 


5 


St. Priiiip and St. Jame?. 4 59 7 1 


3 


't 


! o 

1 ■^ 


6 


]) runs low. ./? /'V/.v 4 58 7 2 


3 


t 


10 17| 

11 8 


i 3 


7 


Inv. of the Cross. ® Per. 4 56 7 4 


3 


'& 


4 E 


4th Sun. after Easter. 4 55 


7 5 


3 


''/? 


11 57 


5 '2 


coOit?^for 4 64 


7 ^6 


A. 


.w 


morn. 


,G 3 


r^i Stationary. 4 o'2 


7 8 


4 




40 


■7 4 


afeic 


4 51 


7 9 


4 


V. 


1 15 


8 5 


days. 


4 50 


7 10 


4 


K 


1 51 


9 6 




4 48 7 12 


4 


C,0 


2 25* 


10 7 


Good A: 49 


7 14 


4 


2 5a 


^11 E 


5th S. after E. Roga. Sun. 4 45 


7 15 


4 


T 


3 33 


:i2 2 


'ft) ^ (j . xoeathcr 4 44 


7 16 


4 


y 


4 5 


,13 


o 


/orU 42 


7 18 


4 


« 


)set. 


!l4 


4 


plan'iiig: 4 41 


7 19 


4 


n 


3 9 


115 


5 


Aseen.Day. HolyThurs. 4 40 7 20 


4 


n 


9 3. 


;16 


6 


D runs high. 4 39 


7 21 


4 


n 


9 51 


:n 7 


Cooli 38 


7 22 


4 


'25 


10 34' 


,18 


E 


S. after Ascension Day. 14 37 


7 23 


4 


25 


11- 13 


J 9 


Q 


? Gr. Elon. ® Apogee. |4 3G 7 24 


4 


n 


11 47 


ho 


3 


(2) enters n. Kmds\4 35 17 25 


4 


:'l 


morn. 


|21 


4 


rrnti 


4 34|7 26 


4 


oH. 


19 


j22 
123 


5 


/ywjo- 


4 33 


7 27 


4 


n 


47 


6 


Q^ d sup. 7"^ sr. 4hniorn. 


4 32 


7 28 


4 


"^ 


1 15 


24 


'^ 


c/ot/c/^. 


f 25 


4 32 


7 28 


4 


-^ 


1 43 


25 


E 


Whit Sunday. 


9 12 


4 31 


7 29 


o 


^ 


2 15 


;26 


2 


32l6-mQ'®s,< 


10 2 


4 30|7 30 


3 


-^ 


2 46: 


127 


5 




1057 


4 29 


7 31 


3 


^ 


3 22; 


28 


4 




1154 


4 29 


7 31 


3 


TTL 


4 2, 


l29 


5 


K. Charles II. restored. |4 28 


7 32 


3 


^ 


) rise; 


.30 


6 


$ Stationary. > runs low. 4 27 


7 33 


3 


^ 


8 59 


31 


7 


# Per. Grows imrm, 4 27 


7 33 


'^ 


■/5^ 


9 51 



JUNE, sixth rioath— 1828. 



FARMER S CALENDAP.. 

"Complete now your springs work with dilig^ent care 
The boys now to traiaing, the men (o the fair : 
A time to make stone wall, and bad fences mend. 
Look well to your cornfields — your gardens attend. 



There arc some poopio, v;ho would seem, from their 
'conduet, to be specially appointed to oversee the alTairs 
of their neighbors. ar,d why appear to be much better 
acquainted and to take a deeper interest, in their neigii- i 
bors interest than their own. There is my neighbor 
; Yorick ; he absoUitely knows every thing that is trans- , 
acted in the neighborhood, even to the minutest trifle, il 

I met him the other day and he gave me a precise rao- 1 
ment of the going to bed and the getting up of every 
family in the lane, and told, to an iota, what each of 
them ate for dinner, and even to the spice and gravy. 

II have often wondered wh.it such gossips could have 
iin view. They certainly act contrary to their own in- 
terest, and are sure soon to be stigmatised as idlers; 
and busy-bodies in other 'Bcn's matters. And besides, 
"if any notice is taken of them, they are sure to keep 
Ihe neighborhood in a perpetual broil, as if they had 
somewhat of the tadpole nature and coulii not live out 
.of muddy water. i 

Look well to your gardens and see tliat your tender 
'plants are not everto[)ped and robbed by the noxious 
jwecds. A garden cnca seasonably and thoroughly 
jwed will require but very little labor to keep it clenr 
of weeds afterwards. Farmers are too apt to consid- 
er their gardens of trifling consequence; but if prop- 
lorly managed, there is no other part of tlieir lands, 
'vvhteh would yield theai equal proilta in proportion to 
the labor bestowed. 

If you are anticipating th-s pleasure of feastiog on a 
good Indian pnddiiig by and by, you had better keep| 
an eye at your cor.nfjeJ(is. I have often heard my ini- 1 
cle Samuel eay, that bi/ « Utile trouble oiir jtrofitsl 
i'louble. He says, corn should be hoed three times at | 
least, timl if the ground be weedy, four or live times, 1 
and my uncle Samuel is n farmer. !| 



; 


JtIx\E hasSOdays— 1828. | 


■ 


All creation now is chcHrfuI, If 


All tiie face of nature gay : 1 


Insects— piaias no lonijer ff^arful, 1 


EoM]y meet the light of da v. [ 


[^ Last quartsr 4ih day, Gii. lOm. evening. 


1 © New moon r2th day, 6]i- 20iii. !nornm«r. 


(.r> First quarter 20th dav, lOh. Oci. mornnisT- 


-r^- 


Full m(>DR 27lh day, lOh. 51 m. mornino-. j 


i ^ 

1 

■ 2 


^ 


cale:>dar, aspec-xs. &,c. 


f ^ Pl^i ® i 


i 


i 


rise set. JF.ipiir.«iz. ?. 1 


Trinity Sunday. Q/tits 


X 2S|7 34 


3;y?il0 36, 


2 wanH 


4 25:7 35 


Sk- 11 15; 


3 


3 /or 


4 25i7 35 


2!^ Ill 60, 


4 


4GeorsoIII. horn, 1738. 


4 2i 


7 36 


2!x!rnorn.! 


5! 5 a/ev 


4 24 


7 36 


2|:-: 26 i 


1 6! 6 ■ ^.jys 


4 23 


7 37 


SrT' 1 o! 


i 7i 7® [5 ici\^A!-i 23 


7 37 2 T 1 32; 


. 2\ E 1st Sun. after Trinity. \a. 22 


7 38 11 « 2 4l 
7 38 l,L<j 2 37i 


9| 2; occfl.9?orxr7/|4 22 
lOj 3] 5/iou-e?vH4 22 


7 38! 1 1 ;j 


3 15} 


11 4^St. BaniBbas. }4 21 


7 39 Ijn 


3 561 


'l2 5 


D runs high. 14 21 


7 30 Ijn! > set ' 


:15 6 


and ah 21 


7 39 OjSj 8 30 


Il4 7 


Bat. of Marengo, It. 1300-4 21 


7 39 O'^:^! 9 11 : 


2d Sandav after TrinitA^ ,4 21 i7 SDjs.i',! 9 4^1 


10 2 


Q Ak>^ree. ri^id[4 '^O'l 4o! ola iO :8 j 


St. Albau. V ^? c^ . 


4 20(7 40| 0^^)10 48' 


18 4 


gronvlh of 


4 20! 7 40 1 TiTjll 15! 


il9 


5 


'•6^eiation. 


4 20 7 40 1 rj7ill 44| 
4 20 7 401 l' -Almoin. I 


120 


6 


Soon 


l21 7 


^ enter.4 £3. becomes 


4 20l7 401 1 ^, 
4 20f7 401 5.^ 


12; 


[2^ E 


3d S. af. Trin. © g . 


4C: 


!2iJ 
124 


2 
3 


suhruh 20 7 40 ih^ 

Nat. of St. John B. f 9 30^4 20 7 40 2 n[ 

south <! 10 25 1 20 7 40 Q\l 

^ runs low. ^ ^ ^ ^oU 20;'7 40 £ / 


1 U'l 

1 48 

2 31, 


.2b 


4 


j2G 
27 


5 


3 23 


G 


'^ Gr. Elong". icith]^ 20;7 401 3 ^^o 


)risei 


•2?; 


7 


@ Perigee. thunder A 20 7 4C 31^^? 


8 20^ 


;29 


E 


4th S. af. Tr. St. Peter. 4 21 7 3& 3 ^ 


9 ^^ 


H' 


©^•5'- shov^crs.A 217 39 3 - 


9 50! 



JULY, severithraont]i~1828. 



FARMER 3 CALEM">AR. 

" Come hasten brave lacls and finish Uie hoeing:. 
Then grind up your scythes and away to your mowing, ^ 
The weather is fine — there's no time for dehiym^-, t 

Lay hold, while the sun shines, and fuuAi the iiaying-."] 



There are persons who attend to no business of their'; 
own, and seem determined, if possible, to prevent their 
•!3eighbors from attending- to theirs. 'What can be 
!i)iore vexatious, v/hen you are ji'.st going- about your 
i ordinary business, and especially at thi^ hurrying- sea- 
son, than for some idle, gabbling fellow to come up 
and take you by the button to spy '^ onli/ u word" and 
detain you a fail hour, listening- to his story which has 
neither beginning, middle or end ? I presume tiiat my 
neighbor Longwind has, within pix months, cost me 
jmore than two of my b^st cows are worth by this very 
species of ill manners. He thinl-:s he is one of tho 
cleverest and most agreeable chaps in the v/hole neigh- 
borhood, and be laughs through all his stories, believ- 
mg tliem, no doubt, well told and wondrous witty. 
He accosted rae the other day as I v.-as going to dm- 
ner — and this is impartant business vvith me, ibr 
I am an old man and my worldng days are nearly over.!: 
" Goad morning, uncle Oliver, I've a word to say toj: 
you." "Well be short, I'm called to dinner." "O; 
yes. Hi be short," but before the fellow had explain^^dij^ 
to me how his pig had gotten into his cellar and overfl 
turned his milk pans, the pudding was as cold as ■ 
stone, and worthy dame Dorothy almost uttered a corn 
I plaint. Short speeches, sliort stories, short courtship 
— a wise man will ahvays be short in the^^e things, 
never knew a short sermon that was not the more lik-l 
ied for it- — a short story that had not the more pith 
it— or a short courtship that was not more fortunate, 
than a long one. I showed a lad who hnd been run-; 
jning' after his sv/eet h';arts two yea/s. old cousin Jere-j 
oiiaii s long purse, which measured half a yard, and, 
had buL a sh);^le ?'j:Dence at the bottom— he borrowed; 
it to take down to Chariott's and they both took a Imit 
and g'ot married Et once. 1 



M««««et;n<e{E..l 



JULY has 31 days—iy.i!. i 


Winter's gon'? with all its ligoar — f 

Summer in its prirfe hath coKie ; j 

Nature puts Icrth all its vigour— I 


i Vegetation's in its bloom. '• 


1 (§ Last quarter 4th day, Ih. 8m. iDorniffg. ( 


® New moon 11th day, 8h. 37m. evening-. 


■ @ First quarter 19th day, llh. 11m. evening. 


. 


O Ftdl moon 2Gth day, 5h. 27m. evenino-. Ij 


1 ^ 


^ 


:ALE^■DAR, ASPECTS, &C. 


© 1 © ©"^ © 1 

1 . Ill 1 


■L 


6. 




rise i sets s. | pi r.i^:. p. j 


• ^1 " 


Z| stationary. Stiowcm I 2117 39 


3;x 


10 ;^4i 


; 2\ 4 


\^isiI.ationoi'B. V. Mary. 4 22 


7 38 


4>£ 


10 58 


31 5 


icith 4 22[7 3C 


4T 


11 30 


4 6 

5. .7 


0^. heavy \ 22 


7 38 


4T 


morn. 


thunder i 23 


7 37 


4 y 


2 


j 61 E 


3t!i San. aft. Trin. 2 stat. 4 23 


7 37 


4 b 


32 


7 


o 


in 


4 24 


7 3(5 


4 


y 


1 lOJ 


8 


3 


many 


4 24 


7 36 


5 


n 


1 51 


a 


4 


D runs high. places. 


4 25|7 35 


5 


n 


2 35 


!iO 


5 


Jfake 


4 25 7 35 





s 


3 23 


in 


6; ^ stationary. ?/o?ir 


4 26 7 34 


5 


2? 


Dset. 


J2i 7 


hay\4 26 '7 34 


5 


£S 


7 41 ! 


!l3 E 


6th Sun. aft. Trin. (^ ^ S . 


4 27 It 33 


5 


a 


8 17; 


14 

!l5 


2 


©Apeoee. 


4 28:7 32 


5 


a 


S 46 


3 


«;/i27e'4 29 


7 31 


6 


'-^ 


9 13 


:IG 


4©Tp^. ^/,^ 


4 30 


7 30 


6 


rri7 


9 41 1 


jI7 


5 stv/i 


4 31 


7 29 


6 


^/ 


10 9 


^5 shines. 


4 32 


7 28 


6 


^ 


10 38 1 


lOj 7;K. G.IV.crow. 1S21.#Q 


4 33 


7 27 


6 


^ 


U 71 


1 21 


E7thS.ait.Trmity. @l^c^. 


4 34 


7 26 


6 


\ 


11 43 


2. 


r 7 14 


4 35 


7 25 


6 


l1^c 


morn. 1 


\22 


3|(^entersO. 


8 8 


1 36 


7 24 


6 


;r 


21 


1 J-> 


4;©^i'£^. ©south < 
5|© ^ c^ Inf. D ruas 


9 6 


4 3G 


7 24l 6 


^ 


1 5 


121 


10 7 


4 37 


7 23 


6 


^ 


1 58 


25 


6iSt. James [low. 


11 8 


4 38 


7 22 


6 


■\^ 


3 2 


;2S 7i ©Perigee. 

(27 EiSthS.af.Tnn.©'? c^ Inf. 


4 39 


7 21 


6 


V? 


9 rise 


4 4© 


7 20 


6;--.! 7 40| 


i^fi| 2:©l^n. Confm- 


4 42 


7 18 6j- 


8 161 


i^9j 3j ^,es 


4 43 


7 17 6X 


8 52 1 


i30 4 sultry. 


4 44 


7 16 6 X 


9 33 1 


i3l[ 5 . 


4 45 


7 15 6 c-p|lO 5j| 






i2 - 




Mtawn 




■Hi 




""■■" 



AUGiJ^ST, eiohth month — 18-28. 



J 



lARrdKHS CALENDAR. 

' The harvest calls loud for your labour and care ; 
Appl}' then the sicklo, while the neuthar u Lur, 
Fcr storms are approachia* of thunder and rain, 
But though the Sturm rages, 'tis lolly to complain.' 



Business before friends. That is to say, do not ncg- 
jle'ct important business for the sake of visiting. Get 
lyour work of the season clone, your crops secured, and 
jthen there can be no objection to your riding- about a 
jfew days and calling upoij your friends. But be care- 
jful to hinder them as httle as possible from their busi- 
ness. Time is too' precious a boon to be wasted about 
|trilies ; and therefore every one, v/ho is disposed, sliould 
(be permitted to improve it ro the best purposes, 
I Secure your grain before it is beaten down by rains 
land destroyed by vermine, and then plouo-h in thestub- 
jble on such lands as are intended ibr tiiiag-e another 
iyear. Gat^ier in your early peas and sow turnips where 
ithey grew, and be preparing your fallow and otiier 
iJands for solving winter grain. This will be iounda! 
jfavorable season for cutting bushes and mowing Can- 
;ada thistles, if you do not v/ish them to grow again. 
I Much has been said and written about what was ti-e 
■most elfectual method of destroying the Canada this- 
jtle, which is overrunning so great a portion of our 
;country. Thorigh tiiere are undoubtedly different 
imethods by which this plant may be destroyed, I knov*' i 
|of only one which is at all practicable on a large scale, 
[and this is by mowing them down. Experience has 
j proved that, if they be cut in wet weather and when 
!in blossom, very few of the roots will sprout again- 
! At this time the stalk is: hollow, and the v/ater, enter- 
ling it, finds its way to the extremeties of the roots, 
pausing a rapid decay. 

Remember that delays are dangeroiis\ Keep pace 
jwith your business, and then will you be able to keep 
"^ut of the way of the sheriii. 

'• Familiarize yourself with your books, keep them 
jaccuratoly, and frequently investigate and 
icontents. This is an important item," 



AUGUST has Ji Hays— 1H^ 



But the year, maturer growing. 
Tells us hawest home is nigh 

CcTOS. riciiest, gilts bestowing, 
Bids U3 now the side plv. 



g) Last qiiarter 2d day, lOh. 46m. morning. 
© New moon 10th day, llh. 50m. mornmor. 
(^ First quarter 18th day, 9h.-44m. morning, 
O Fall moon e5th day, Oil. 36m. moniino-. 
i) Last quarter 31st day, llh . 46m. evening. 

— e"| © ©I® 



^1 -. CALENDAR, ASPECTS, &C. 



1 

! 2 
I 3 

\i 

I 6 

! 1 
I S 

I 9: 

10 

!u 

1 12 

!i3, 
!ll 
!l5j 
10 
!17| 

ic; 

''^ 

;21| 

I2:jf 

!24' 

:25 

!6 

!-l 

:2S' 
'29{ 
JO 



G|Lainina3 Day. 
EQthS.af. T. 



fresliins; 
t' & ^^ stat^ 

2 hreezes. 

3 Appear- 
4Transfigur. of our Lord. 

5 D runs iiigh. cnces- 

. indicate 

77*'s rise lOh. 31m. ® Ap. 
E.lOth S. after Trinity, an 
d approaching 

3!K.Geo.TV.b.'62. ^ gt.E. 
4|Comm. Vt. Uxiivei'sity. 
5 storm. 

7|® 1[ o . ^J- 

Einth S. after Trinity. 
P Stationary. Frequent 
changes 
4Comm. ?»Iiddl. College. 
5 runs low. in 

f 9 53 
©ent.r.^. e south ^ 10 53 
l2thS. after Triii. 1,1151 
® Perigee. the 

weather. 
Some 
St. Augustine. ® 'Q . v^hat 
G St. John Bapt. beheaded. 

cooler. 
E 13th Sun. after Trinity. 



■rise I set. 



46 7 
477 
48 7 



=.|pl 



49 
50 
51 
53 
54 
55 
56 
57 
58 

1 

4 
■10 



12 8 
14|6 
IGiG 



14 
13 
12 

n 

10 

9 

7 

6( 

6 

4 

3 

2 



hi) 

57 

56 

55 

53 

52 

50 

48 

46 

44 



5 17 6 43 



196 
216 
22|6 
23)6 
2416 
25|6 
2G 6 



Gin 
GJn 

5 Sic 
5 25 



a 

5|TTK 

5rn^ 

4 Ub 



4 n[ 

4 in 

3jy9 
3'^ 



0,b 

On 



r. & &. 
T0^6 
11 12 
11 50 
morn. 

34 

1 19 

2 11 

3 6 

4 1 

) set. 

7 20 

7 so , 

8 18* 

8 45 

9 13 
9 45 

10 22 

11 4 
11 52 
morn. 

49 « 

1 55 

3 7 

4 1^ 
) riao 

7 32 

8 4 

8 36 

9 14! 
' 9 54 
llO 37 



farmer's calendas.. 
" As soon as the storm and the bad weather is over, 
Secure all your grain and your flax uader cover ; 
Give salt to your cattle and take up your bees ; 
Dig early potatoes aud plough if you please." 



: 

The farmer if he minds his own business only has 
I the best title to Imppiaess of any mail; and is the sur- 
,est of enjoying it. [lis mind a.nd his bodily power 
are constantly engaged, on which account he not only I: 
escapes the iiisipidity of inditFercnce and the tedious 
ness of inactivity, but has enjoyments which are Vvdiol-I 
ly unknown to those who live indolently upon the toiliSj^ 
of others. Life affords no higher eatisikction thnn that \[ 
of surmounting difficulties, passing from one degree of | 
success to another, forming designs and seeing them' 
accomplished. He that labours in «ny laudable em-| 
ploymcnt, has Iiis fatigues supported by hope and Ubu- i 
ally crowned with joy. " [ 

How is the barn, the wood house and donr yardsj^ 
Mr. Snuggins ? Do you keep them in a busbandlike | 
manner, or is your yard encnmbered with brush, oldi 
rails, stumps, straw, cljips, leached aslies, rotten ciib- 1 
bage, dead cats, old rags and fleas? And the wood: 
|house filled v^'ith broken ploughs, (dislocated wheebar- 1 
jrows, hog's nests and skunk's skins? Aral your ban 
icramraed with old barrels, sleighs, wheels, useless rakes, 
jforks, gate posts, guide boards and broken grindstones? \ 
[Some will Iiave it that a elovenly farmer gets as much 
iprofits from his farm as a neat one. But I don't be- 
Ijieve it. If a man depend on raising and selling butter 
and cheese, he is sure to meet a quick market, if he i; 
known to be neat and trim about his husb;andry. I 
could name some, [but I will wait a while,) v/hose but- 
ler and cheese I would no sooner eat than I would the 
very filth of a jakes. 

" Never loose sight of the powerful influence of ex- 
ample, and be careful in the management of your con- 
cerns, to recommend by your own personal practice 
uniform habits of active, interested and persevering 
diligence to those in j^our employ." 



SEPTEMBER has yO davs— l^^c 



Ciioicesi fruits ot" Heaven's sending 
JS'ow the laimer's storeliouse fill ; 

Ev'ry spot its portion len<iing, 
Ev'ry mead and dale and hill. 



@ New moon 9Lh day, 3h. 41 in. inoniiny. 
iS First quarter 16th da}', 6'h. 3'3in. evenhig. 
O Full moon 23d day-, 91i. 20ni. niorniiio-. 
C) J^ast quarter 30th day, 4h. 15m. evenmff. 



F 


■ r ;CAI.E.\DAa, ASPECTS, &C. 1 ^ 


© 


©1® 


® \ 


; = 


set. 


r. ip; 


r. (fcs. ' 


': 1 


! 2\Gile6. j)nm.,hiffh. Foiirt^lb ^[o 331 OU 


11 23j 


'2\ 3 


Lond. bur. '66, 0. S. Fiv-e- 


5 2[ 


6 32; 1 


2c 


morn. : 


\l 


! 4 


[man's meeting in Vt 


5 29 


6 31 


1 


12 


5 


clouds 


5 31 


8 29 


1 


Co 


1 51 


o 





# ? c^. ©Apoo-GB. 


5 32 


3 28 


1 


$1 


2 Gi 


I 6 


" 


v2) ^' 6 . Superior. J\^ic\5 2216 21 


2 


2 56; 


1 -^ Ti 


MthSun. aft. Trin. morAb o3\6 25 


2 


3 53 


i G '? Nat. of S. V.Mary. pleas-\5 ^l\6 23 


2]-: 


4 52! 


9 3 


ants 38|6 22 


3|rn7 


D set. i 


;I0 


4 


and 5 4o!6 20 


3 


-^ 


6 55 


iil 


5 


^Q. quUcb 41 J6 19 


4 


_^ 


7 26 j 


■I-i 


6 


«;ar???j5 43|6 17 


4 


tO: 


7 58 ■ 


,13 


2 


B^6' /or 5 45 6 15 


4 


m 


8 31 ! 


M 


E 13th Sun. aft. Trin. .Sr?;>i5 47j6 13 


^W 


9 10, 


W' 


2 /cm- 5 48; 6 12 


5|^ 
51; 


9 58: 


'U 


3 D runs low. her. b 49j6 11 


10 52; 


'17 


4;Lamhert. 5 50'6 10 %\Zo 


11 b6\ 


jt3- 


A 


'7 50|5 52|6 8 


6|\^- 


morn. ' 


119 6 


©south <^ 3 4C 


5 54j6 6 


6k 


11: 


ICO 7 


9 44 


5 5316 5 


7'C 


2 8 


1-21 


E:l6th S. af. Trin. St. I'.Iatt. 


p 57ja 3 7 


X 


3 21 


\2z 


2;(2) enters^. [@Perioee 


5 09|r3 1 


7 


X 


4 36 


23 


3J A lon^ 


6 0!6 


8 


Cp 


D rise ; 


\2i 


4 S 3 . storm 


6 15 &9 


8t1 


6 44 1 


rr^ 


5 a6o?/!' 


6 3 5 57 


8 


y 


7 19 




G. three 


6 4 5 56 


9 


b 


8 O' 


P'-' 


7 fZa?/^ 


6 6 


5 541 


9 


'd 


8 43i 


'^^'1 


E 17th Sun. aft. Trinity. 


6 7 


5 53 


9 


n 


9 26 


.2;:,i 


2^S.!:. Michael. D runs high. 


6 9 


5 51 


10 


n 


10 141 


:50! 


3;St. Jerome. Cooler. 


6 10>5 50J 


101 


So 


11 7 



OCTOBEIl,toiiLiriiioijth--lC:>8. 
fahmer's calendar. " 

" A'aok, my good lady, t'.iere comes Goody Thumper, 
With jug by her f:\Cni, a budget and lumiier ; 
Vl\ warrant you uovv, or »t least I dard gues?, 
Slie longs ior new cider as it runs irom the press." 

Ij " lie's a Genius," people said of mv young- friend Al- 
'cansor, and it got to AkanFJor's care, as such thing-a 
will pine cases out of ten. The yoatji was promisino 
fair tor manhood— -with indnstry and prudance to follow 
:up the advantages he possessed he would have become ■ 
an ornament to society. But the idea of being a o-c-|| 
niu3 haunted him day ajid night. He put on a thou 
sand ridiculous airs and fell into as manv ridiculous 1 
practices—become purfed up with vanitv and self-con- 1 
ceit and let slip all his golden apnortun'ities in graso-l 
mg after the foolish phantoms that flitted bcfbn- his'l 
:bew!ldcred brain. He tiiniccl out a poor creature ' 
iPraise did the mischief. i 

1! " What a beautiful girl! the young gentlemen used! 
|to say, when they passed Jane Seymour's window, and! 
'got a glance at Iier face and pretty figuro. It was no ' 
^^wondcr they called her beautiful, for s'he was so. But 
ipcrsiuide a young lady she is beautiful, very beautiluhj 
and slie mast be a girl of extraordinary good sense, ifi 
she don't let the thing run in lier hcad,^to the cxclu- j. 
bion of more profitable thoughts. Jane once cullivat-l 
ed lier mind, was industrious and ingeniuus v/ith liori 
needle— bid fair to become an cxcclknt house-keop'orf 
—and she would liave been-a rare prize, if left to thel 
guidance of her natural judgment. But she soon be- 
gan to conclude that she v/as beautiful— that beauty 
jcompensated tor every thing else. Those of the beaux, '' 
who had worth, having thought differently— the oth- 
ers she would not accept, and this misunderstandinc--^ 
|lost her a husband. P^o sensible man ever thought a ; 
jbeautiful wife was worth as much as one Vv'ho coukl 
imake a good pudding. I wish the girls all knew tliis 
for I feel a great wterest in their v.'elfare." 
I "Beware of self indulgence, no business can possi- 
jbly thrive under the shade of its influence." 



. OCTOBER has:n days— 1^20. 

i/e, who on the tempest riiletJi, 

And dirftctsthe rain and hail — 
He for man and beast provideth — 
Bids th* seasons never fail. 



®> New moon fJth day, 7h. 2fc-iTi. evenmg. 
© First quarter IGth da}', lb. 55m. morning. 
O Full moon 22d day, 8h. 20m. evening. 
(^ Last quarter 30th day, lib. 42m. morning. 



1 

o 

3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 

fn 

112 
il3 
14 
15 
16 
117 
18 
\{) 
20 
121 
i22 
i23 
124 
125 
i26 
•2- 
28 

2y 



CALENDAR, ASPECTS, &,C. 



© 



© 

set. 



I ® 

r.&n. 



4llemigius. Cool '6 

5 and 6 

G % Apogee. frosty 6 
7 ?iights t3 

ElStbS.af.T. Hi station. (3 

2 6wY r* 

3 ? Gr. Elongation, tcarmls 

4 © eclipsed, invisible. ant/jB 

5 Vermont Election. 6 

6 j?Zefwan# 6 

7 daysAQ 
E 19th S. after Trinity. 6 

2 ' High 

3 D runs low. winds 6 

4 rt7j£? nn- 6 
5;Q.ofFr.bbded.'93. f6476 
GBurg. sur. '77. @s.<;7436 
7!St.Luke. LC376 
E|20th S. af. T. Perigee. 

2 settled 



©f^^a. •£?. werdher. 

Flying 

©enters Til . ^Gr.Elon. 

clouds 

and 

E21stSijn. after T. fall- 

2 © ^ n . I> runs high. 

3 St. Simon and St. Jude. 
ing water. 



O Apogee. 



Pleasant, 



12 
14 
16 
17 
19 
20 
22 
23 
25 
28 
27 
29 
31 
32 
34 
36 
37 
39 
40 
42 
43 
45 
46 
47 
49 
50 
51 
53 
54 
56 
57 



48 
4G 

44 
43, 
41) 
40 

oo 

37 
35 
34 
33 
31 
29 
23 
2G 
24 
23 
21! 
20 
18 
171 
15 
14 
13 
11 
10 
9J 

6^ 
4 



12 rrj/ 
12 ro^ 
12^ 
13=^ 

13 m 

13l][ 
13^ 

14^ 
14V5' 

14L> 

15|'^ 

15 " 

15 

15 

15 

15 

16 

16 

16 

16 

16 

16 

IG 

|t6b 



morn. | 
2' 

55! 

1 54 1 

2 52| 

3 50; 

4 48: 
> set. I 
06 i 
6 41 



181 

4! 

53 1 

52 [ 

55\ 

morn.! 

2j 

1 12: 

2 20 1 

3 35 j 

4 47^ 
> rise! 

5 5nj 

6 37 

7 22! 

8 10! 
9 
9 

10 

U 47j 

'morn.! 



NOVEMBER, eleventh month— 1U28. 



i-'ar:\u:h's calknd.^r. 
"• Now'make np your cider and see to your swine, 
Your eider's beat made when the weather is iiae — 
O never buy whiskey, or brandy, or rum, 
VVhihi your orchard supplies you with cider at home,' 



Conthiue your preparations for winter, and keop| 
pace with your business-, and then the cold and Ktonii \ 
will not come too soon for you. See that yonr ploug-hs, j 
iip.rrows, carts and your farming utensils generally are! 
;all carefully and ne;illy laid up under shelter. Some! 
jfarmcr:, lose more hy the decay of their tools by thej 
iCxposure of them to the air and moisture than the! 
whole wear of them. j 

Garden sauce shoiild be gatliercd and carried into' 
the cellar, before the frost becomes so severe as to in- 1 
jure it. Turnips, beets and carrots should be put down ; 
in sand to prevent their withering and becoming pithy. [ 

I observe that too little attention is paid to themak-j* 
ing of manure. This is a subject which is worthy thej 
attention of every husbandman. If this business \v?.i:\ 

Ilattended to as it sho\ild be, we should soon cease tu 
'hear complaints about small crops and worn out lands, j 
.JThe soil is like the tub of meal, if you keep taking! 
[away without adding you will in time come tathe 
ibottom. 

I Winter is stealing upon us, but it does not take the 
vvise unawares. He keeps alon* v;itb his business 
and keeps even with the seasons; and such an one isj 
lUot disconcerted by a fiaw of wind or a fall of rain. 
iHe is prepared to sail with all ivinu.^'. When thof 
I weather do^s not permit him to labour out a door, he 
jhas business to attend to under shelter, which is equal- 1 
jly profitable. You folks, who are alw^aj^s lagging, have [ 
so many things to attend to, that you never know irhati 
|to do first, and consequently 1 great sharg of the time!; 
jyou do nothing at all. ! 

' " Do not assume to yourself more credit for what you 
do, thnn you are entitled to, rather be content with ai; 
jlittlc less; the public mind Vvill always di,<3Cover where 
merit is due." 



NOVEMBER has 30 rlays— Iti. 



'I'hen should man tail down beto- 
And his grateful tribute bring- 

We should love, sar-.e and adore 
And Li? praises joyfnl, ?\ng. 


c hiin, 
him, 



© New moon 7th day, lOh. l-2rn. morning. 
© First quarter 14th day, 8h. 5Qm. morniKg-. 
O Fall moon 21st clay, 9h. 48m. morning. 
(® Last quarter 29th dav, 8h. 52ni. mornircr. 



^ j ^. CALENDAR, ASPECTS, &C. 



rite i set. 



F.lpllr 



&s. 



9 

10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
i24 
25 
26 
27 
28 1 

JOl 



7 


All Saints. Dul! 6 


58 


5 


2iioinj 


44'' 


E 


22dS. af.T. «Stat. 7 





5 


0{lG,rrK 


1 42 


2 


and 7 


1 


4 


mm.vc^ 


2 40' 


3'©^^ Ioiven/\l 


2i4 


58!l6 ^ 


3 39 


4 


Powderplot,1605. © ^n.!? 


3 i 


57116:- 


4 40 : 


5 


weather.n 


5 4 


55h6Tr[ 


5 44' 


6 


J^^mvil 


64 


54 


letTL 


> sot. ; 


7 


cold 


7 


714 


53 


IG TP 


6 11 


E 


23d Sun, after Trinity. 


7 


9 4 


51 


16/ 


6 50 |i 


2 


D runs low. and 


7 


10 4 


50 


16 ^ 


7 49 i 


3 


rmc 


7 


114 


49 


16 w- 


8 50 


4 


tcinds 


7 


13,4 


47|16;)/c^ 


9 5G 


5r 


© y c^ Inf. 9 Perii^ce. 


7 


144 


40 


15|0X 


11 3^ 


6 


uHth sleet. 


7 


154 


45 


I5i^ 


morn, i 


]— 


Machutus. ^ stationary. 


7 


1G4 


44 


15X 


13; 


E 


24th S. af. Trin. f 8 17 
©U6' 7 


7 


18 4 


42 


15 


>£ 


1 22 i| 


2 


7 


194 


41 


15 


cp 


2 32: 


o 


mQ' ® south <( 9 58 


7 


20 4 


40 


15 


T 


3 40; 


4 


10 50 
[ll42 


7 


21 14 


39 


14 


b 


4 43! 


5, 


7 


22 




38 


14 


y 


5 54,; 


6 


TVarm and 


7 


23 




37 


14 


n 


) rise '■ 


7 


Cecilia. © enters t • 


7 


o * 




36 


14 


n 


5 57 ; 


E 


25th S. af. T. St» Clement. 


7 


25 




35 


13 


n 


6 47 


2 


? stationary. D runs high. 


7 


26 


i 


34 


13 


s 


7 40^ 


3 


smoky. 


7 


27 




33 


13 


s 


8 35 


4 


J^oiv 


7 


28 




32 


12 


:.l 


19 32 


5 


7*'s south 11 h. 13m. eve. 


7 


28 4 


32 


12 


a 


10 28 


6 


C Apogee, hole for 


7 


29 4 


31 


12 


a 


1 26! 


7 


XL-inter. \1 


30 4 


30 


11 


TiF 


morn. ; 


E 


Advent Sun. St. Andrew.^ 


314 


29 


11 


^ 


24, 




C 


"" 




=a. 


SSi 


3S 










DECEMBER, twelfth month~-1828. 

- FAfir.illKS C ALENUAH. 

" Y^e hor.ored sire?, corje, tfike your great chaiFS, 
Smake, chat, aad drink cider, and bury your cares ;'' 
Let your boys do the basiiia's irhdo the cold is severe, 
An<i enjoy by your fiixs the cbise offlie year. 

When will people iearn to work it ri^ht ? It is a 
ct, >vhich mubc be obvious to every person of obser- 
fivation, that a broken paine of gl?.ss in a room yon 
ish to keep coRifoi'table, eosts a cord of wood a wiu- 
jter. Nor will this excra cord of wood nial've the room 
i Comfortable. And still how many windovvs do we sec 
jin the most she.ttered condition throu_^ 
j\vea',lier. jSoii^.e are pasted up with paper which keeps j 
jo It the lig-nt a.id lets in the cold, and is liable to be! 
jeateii out every storm- Others are stufied with oldi 
i-ag-s AViiich make a shabby f?frure, and v>^hich sold for'i 
ipaper raf>s v/culd fetch more money than the glass; 
1 would cost to supply their pbc», besides the injury to| 
ijthe health of the family, and to the farnitu.re occasion- 1 
^ed by broken windows. 

Biii; the year is dravi/ing near its close. The spring' 
has vanished v/ith its beauty, the summer hfts wasted j] 
lis etrength, the aQiumn ha;3 yielded up her treasures,!' 
|ana _ | 

S[ Kow v/mter dreary iiiici severe \ 

|f Comss on to close the varied year. j 

I To CiOSG my observations, I m-st once more exhort 1 
liyou to see that your schools are well managed, and;| 
I chat youf children are well furnisiied and instructed — ; 
Ijbeiance your accounts with all with whom you have 
irA do not forget to pay the priuter — be circum- 
jspect in the choice of friends and comtant fH fiiend- 
iship — do those things v/hich can be done but once, con- 
ciiera:ely~go not to your doctor for every pain, nor 
^0 your lawyer for every quarrel, nor to your bottle for 
every thirst. Defer none of the concerns of this yeari 
to eneuniber the business of the next. 

A"o more. The mnnih — ihe year is through, 
I .,4/t-i / mwii bid you oil adieu, 
- WG^ 



! DECEMELR ha^ai 'ia}s— loi3. i 


Let us worship fiini forevei, 


Who direcU the iolliig year ; 


And O iai us— kit us evci 


Our Creator !ov«? and fear. ; 


®i Niiw moon 6th da}', ilii. 2^m. evening-. j 


© First quai'ter 13th day, 41-.. 47m. evening. 


G Full moon 21st day, ih. 35iii. morning. 


(^ Last qii8,rtec 29th day, 6b. 49iti. moininn-. 


: S 


u 


1 

cale>;dar, aspects, &€. 




©P,S 


? 


C 


^ 




rise 


set. j F.jpi 


r. &.S.1 












i 2 


2 V ^r. Elong. 7^>j, bo. ilii. 

3 ® Q [5m. ev. 


^?3 


4 20 
4 27 


11 
10 


-;^ 


1 22! 

2 19; 


1 ^ 


4 @ ? c< . ■ Boreas resumes 


7 34 


4 23 


10 


.^ 


3 18 


U 5 Y'd. L. rises 7h. ev. /-u's!? 33 


4 25|ioirr, 


4 21 


! 5 6J© '^ rf . sceu-\7 36 


4 24 


-m 


5 2oj 


i 61 7iNiclio;as. ^ runs low. frJ7 36U 24 


o\f 


Dset. 


7|E 


2d. Sund. in Advent, and 7 37 4 23 


it 


5 25! 


8 2 
1 9| 3 


Conception ofB. V.Mary. 7 37 4 23 


4/5' 


6 27! 


O Perigee. blustcrs\l 38|4 22 


''\V5 


7 33; 


!10 


4 


i^ If d • aoout 


7 38' 1 22 


C 


8 4Uj 


l^^l 


si fJicT- 


7 38 4 52 


4c 


9 53' 


• 121 e'Sirius rises 4h. 20m. rifj. 


7 33 4 21 


6i>t 


11 g; 


\iz 


7j [inpiond'cd, 17G9. 


7 39 4 21 


•^'>£ 


raorn. ' 


iU 


E|Jd. Sun. in Adv. G. Wasb- 


7 39 4 21 


C-^I'P 


17, 


:i5 


2l^p.7*s,southl0h. Cotd[l J0|4 20 


4 c,. 


l-25i 


'\U 


3 


{ 8 34|7 40 4 20 


- b 


2 28; 


il7 


4 


9 2417 4C|4 20 


s 8 


3 33' 


Il5] 


5 


©south, <; 10 15 


7 40j4 20, 3 b 


4 37: 


|19 


6 


1 11 6 


7 40 4 20 2 n 


5 39; 


v:o 


7 


D rims \{\z\i. i 1 1 50 


7 40!4 20| 2in 


6 34, 


2] 


E 


4th Sun. in Adv. St. f iiom- 7 40j4 20 


lis 


D rise, 
G 12! 


'22 


2 


[as ©enters \S. and 7 4o!4 20 


ojs 


k3 3 


disa- 7 40! 1 20 


o'g 


7 9i 


24 


4 


irreeahle 


7 40 1 4 20 


sia 


8 Gi 


i2S 


5iChristmas Day. ©Apogee 


7 40 4 £01 V\a 


9 2' 


■2o 


G\Ht. Si.ephen icmlher 


7 40 4 20 ll:n^ 


9 59: 


27 


7!St. John end.-: 


7 40 4 £0 i|Tl]7 


10 57i 


:2s 


Ejlst. Sund. ol' Christmas. 


7 40 4 20 -iriT, 


11 56j 


,29 


2^65« [innocents. 


7 3:>:4 21 2'-- 


nior.i. 


•30 


31 the year. 


7 39I4 21 


3i^ 


54 i 


31 4 Silvester- ©Perihelion. 


7 3914 21 


shil 


1 53; 

1 
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naua 


W'Jt.rnilllli. 




28 

THE UJnOJ\\ 

jThe following notices of tl^e several l^tates of the Union, show hou 
Electors of Presiident and Vice-Presideut are chosen, and number of 
Electors — when state elections are iield — wliere and when state Le-' 
I ginlururcg sit — number of meiabers of Legislatures — pay per i\&\ 
I terni3 of office of menibcns of Legislature— liow, nnd for uliai pt;riod , 
I g^oveinor'i are cliosen — hr.w lung governors are eligible — their qiial 
itieatioiis, powers, anil .their salaries — tlic time of adcpliny the U 
nited Gtttteij and state constitutic^ns. 

NEW-HAMPSHIRE. 

Electors of President and Vice-Prosider.t. by gene 
ral ticket; electors C; state election, 2d Tuesday ii<' 
March; Btate Legislature at Concord, 1st Wednesday 
(in June; senators 12; representatives 198; pay per 
day %l ; term of office, both branches one year; gov- 
;i nor chosen lor one year by the people ; governor el- 
gible indefinitely ; the governor must be an inhabitant 
seven years ; 30 years of age ; estate of .£300, linU 
freehold — has a negative in making laws ; and, with 
advice of council, appoints military and civil officers 
of the state gonerally ; salary ^1 200 ; adoption of U- 
i'lited ?;'fa.tes constitution, June 21, 1788; state consti- 
cuticn, September 5, ''"=1792. 

MASSACHUSETTS. 
Electors of President and Vice-President, by dis-' 
tricts; electors 13; state election 1st Monday in April ; 
state Legislature at Boston, in January and May ; 
number of senators-and representatives indetinite : pay 
per day ^2; term ef office, both branches one year; 
■governor chosen for one year by the people ; governor 
^eligible indefinitely ; the governor must be an inhabi- 
tant seven 5'cars, freehold estate of <£lOOO in the com- 
■Mjonivaalth; must declari.! himself of the christian re-,: 
jligion; v.'ith the council, appoints the officers of the| 
jstate generally; salary <5^3,o67; adoption of United; 
States constitution, February 6, 1788; state constitu-| 
tion, March 2, 1780. I 

RHODE-ISLAND. l 

Electors of President and Vice-President, by g-^ne-l 
ral ticket"; electors 4; state election, April and Oct.] 



f=The Hr-jT constitution was ajcplpd in r7£3. 



tor representatives ; state Legislature at Newport and 
Providence, lat Wednesday in May and 1st Monday 
in October; senators id, representatives 72; pay per 
day gl 50; term of office, senate one year, represent- 
atives semi-annnany ; governor chosen for one year by 
the people; governor eligible indefinitely; governor's 
salary ^600 ; adoption of United States conbtitution, 
May 29, 17.90; state constitution, 1663. 

[This state has no constitution; it retains its original charter. 
jTliai instrument is silent as to the qualifications of governor. The char- 
iter vests all power in the Governor and Company. All judicial and . 
;execu<:ive officers are annually el.-^cted by tlie governor and company, ' 
Iv.'ho ar* themselves chosen annually by tlse freemen. 1 

I CONNECTICUT. 

1 Electors of President and Vice-President,, hy gene- 
■ral ticket; electors 8; state election 1st Monday in 
'April ; stnte Legislature at Hartford and Nevv-iiaven 
alternately; number of legislators .204 ; pay ptr day 
^1 50 ; term of ofrice, both branches one year ; gov- 
ernor cliosen for one year by the people ; governoi* .el- 
igible v,ithout restriction; the governor must bean 
:e1ector of the state, an-I 30 years of age; has a nega-i 
tive in making laws, &c. ; salary ^1200 ; adoption of| 
United States constitution, January 9^ 1788; state! 
constitution, September 15, 1818. 
I VERMONT. ^ 

Electors of President and Vice-President, by gene-\ 
ral ticket; electors 7; state elect-ion 1st Tuesday in 
|September ; state Legislature at Montpelier, second 
Thursday in October; councii 12, legislators one from 
leach town, about 200 ; pay per day gl 50 ; term of of- j 
lice, both branches one year; governor chosen for one 
year by thc4)eople; governor eligible without ix!stric- 
"tion; the governor must have resided in the state fourj 
years. The governor, with the council, commissions. 
all officers, appoints some, gronts pardons, sees that: 
the laws are executed; salary ^750; adoption of U-| 
nited States conj»titution, Marcii 4, f 1791 : state con- ' 
stitution, July 4, 1793. 

NEVv^-YOPvK. 

Electors of President and Vico-Prosident, by dis- '| 

fThis mark denotes the state admitted into the Union byCongresf. Ij 



C2 



I 30 

Itricts; electors oo ; aiwte election Iwt Moriday in iNcT- 
jveniber; state fiegislature at Albany, 1st Tuesday in 
{January; senators 32; assembly 128; pyy perday 
1^:3; term of ctiice, senate four j^ears, in classos, as- 
jseffibly one year; governor chosen for two yeara by.;| 
I the people; governor eiigible indefinitely; the gcvcr '•• 
norrnust be av/iseand discreet freeholdcrof the state 
may convene and prorogue the Legislature, grants re-j 
prieves, and with the consent of the council, oppoints'' 
jto office, &c. ; salary ^5000 ; adoption of tlie Unilcd 
iStates constitution, July 26, 1788; state constitution, ii 
April 20, 1777. 

NEW-JfniSEY. 
Electors of President and Vice-President, by ger.e- 
|ral ticket ; electors fi ; state election 2d Tuesday r.nd 
' Wednesday in October ; state Legislature at Trenton, \ 
\4{h Tuesday in October; council 13, assembly 43-,\ 
ipay per day ^3 ; term of oftice, both bran.ches 1 year ; i 
'governor chosen for one year, by Legislature; eligible! 
juidefinitely ; the governor is president of the council,' 
j chancellor of state ; and the governor and council are! 
I a court of appeal in the last resort, in all cases of! 
} law, &.c. ; salary *^,2000 ; adoption of the United States ' 
coiistitutioTi, L»ecvmber 18, 1787; state constiiutlun, J 
jJiily 2, l'/7C.. I 

I PENNSYLVAMA. f 

Electors of President and Vice-President, by gevQ-\ 
Ira] ijcket ; electors 28; slate election 2d Tuesday ini 
'October; state Legislature at Harrisburgh, 1st Tues-'i 
'day in December ; senate 33, assembly 100 ; pay per |j 
Hlay ^3 ; terra of ofnce, senate four years, assembly i 
' one year ; governor chosen for three years by the peo- jl 
I- pie ; governor eligible nine years out of 12 : the gov- 1! 
I ernor rntist be 00 years of age, and an inliabitant 12,1 

!: years; he remits fines and fcrfeitate?. and appoints to j 
^i ihe olnces in the state generally : salary JJ^,40G6 ; adop- ] 
lotion of the United States constilution, Dec. f2, 1787 ;! 
ILstate constitution, September 2, 17L<0. { 

fl . DELAWARE. [ 

|| Electors cf President and Vice-President, by Le- 
I'jiislature; electors 3 ; state election 1st Tuesday in ' 



31 • : 

October; state Legislature at Dover, 1st Iviondny in 
"January; senate 9, representatives 21 ; pay per day 
^ — ; term of cfiicc, senate 3 years, representatives 1: 
year; governor cliosen for tliree years, by the people; 
governor eligible three years; the governor must be 
36 years of age, six years an inhabitant of the state, 
and 12 years of the United States. He appoints to of- 
fice, remits fines and forfeitures, u:c.; salary ^1,333 33; 
adoption of tlic United States constitution, December 
7, no*; state constitution, June 12, 1782. 
MARYLAND. 
Electors of President and Vice-President, by dis- 
iricls; electors 11 ; state election 1st Monday m Oc- 
tober; state Legislature at Annapolis, 1st Monday in 
December; senute 15, asseni1)]y 80; pay per day ^4;| 
term of ollice, senate five years, assembly annually;! 
governor chosen for one year, by Legislature; gover-' 
nor eligible three years in succession; the governor' 
muot be 25 years of age, and more than five years a; 
resident in the state; eligible only for three years in 
succession, and after that r.ot until the expiration of 
ffjur years. The governor and council appoint to of- 
fice generally; salary ^2,6G6 66 ; adojjtion of the ig- 
nited States constitution, April 28, 1783; state con- 
stitution, August 14, 1796. 

VIRGINL\. 
■ Electors of President and Vice-President, by gene- 
ral ticket ; electors 24 ; state election in April, by 
counties in succession ; state Legislature at Richmond, 
ist Monday in December; senate 6 4, commons 135 ; 
nay per day ^-1; terra of office, senate four years, del- 
egates one year ; governor eligible three years only in 
succession ; the governor, with advice of council, grants- 
pardons and reprieves, appoints justices of the peace, 
■kc. ; salary ^3,333 33; adoption of the United States' 
constitution, June 26, 1780; state ccudtitution, July! 
5, 1776. I 

I NORTH-CAROLINA. ; 

! Electors of President and Vice-President, by gene- 
,ral ticket; electors 15; Ftate election 2d Tuesday in 
Ans-ust; state Legislature at Raleigh, 3d Monday in 



; 32 

;Nuvember; senate :^4, dejegatea "212 ; pay per day ^J; 
iterrii ofcf&ce, both branches one year; governor cho- 
sen fur one year, by Legislature; governor eligible 3 
■years only in siiccossion; the governor must be thirty 
lyears of age ; five years a resident, and have a free- 
hold in lands and tenements of £1000 — he is advised 
jby council, grants reprieves, pardons, &c. ; salary 
jI^OOO ; adoption of the United .States constitution, 
iNov. 21, 1789; state constitution, Dec. 18, 1776. 
I SOUTH-CAROLINA. 

i Electors of President and Vice-President, by Legis- 
lature; electors 11; state election 2d Monday and 
iTuesday in October, biennially; state Legislature atf 
jCoiumbia, 4th Monday in November; senate 40; rep- 
resentatives 120; pay per day <|3 ; term of office, sen- 
ate four years, representatives' two years; governor 
jchosen for 2 years, by Legislature ; governor eligible 
itv»'o years ; 'the governor, mast be 30 years old ; a res- 
jident and citizen of the state for ten years ; and pos- 
sessed of a settled estate in the commonwealth, of the! 
value of £1500 sterling, clear of debt; eligible only! 
two years in succession, and then irot till the expira-i 
tion of four years ; he grants reprieves, pardons, remits' 
tines, forfeitures, &.C. ; salary ^4.000; adoption of U.{ 
S. constitution, May 23, 1788; state constitution, June 
3, 1790. 

GEORGIA. 
i Electors of President and Vice-President by Legisla- 
jture ; electors 9 ; state election 1st Monday in October; 
istate Legislature at Milledgeville, 1st Monday in No- 
Ivember ; senate 53, representatives — ; pay per day 
1^5 ; term of office, both branches, one year ; governor 
icliasen for two years by Legislature ; governor eligi- 
:ble indefinitely; the governor must be a citizen of the 
United States 12 years, and an inhabitant of the state 
16 ; 30 years of age ; possess 500 acres of land with- 
jin the state, and other property to the amount of ^4000, 
■clear of debt. He has a negative in passing laws, 
Igrants reprieves, pardons, &c. ; salary ^3000 ; adop- 
iiion of the United States constitution, January 2, 1788 ; 
istate constitution May 30, 1798. 



33 __ 

KENTUCK\\ ' ~" 

Electors of President and Vice-President by three 
district,-?; electors 14: state election ist Monday in 
: August ; state Leg-islature at Frankfort, 1st Monday in 
iDccembL-r : senate 34, representatives 100 ; pay per 
day <^-2 ; term of office, senate four years, in classes, 
representatives one year; governor chosen for four 
iveurs, hy the people; governor ineligible fur 7 years 
after ; the governor must be 35 years of age ; a citi- 
■■7.Q^ of the United Statfs, and an inhabitant of the state 
|6 years ; he nominates, and by and with the advice and 
consent of the senate, appoints to office, &c. remits 
tines and forfeitures, grants reprieves, pardons, salary, 

— adoption of the United States constitution, June ? 

1, fl792; state consiitntion. x\uaf. 17, 1799. 
j TENNESSEE. 

i Electors of President and A^ice-President, by dis- 
tricts; electors 11; state election 1st Thursday and 
Friday in August, biennially; statp Legislature at' 
Murfreesborough, 2d Monday in Sept. biennially; sen- 
ate '20, representatives 40 ; pay per day ^3 ; term of 
office, both branches two years; governor chosen for 
itwo 3'ears, by the people; governor eligible 6 years in 
io; the governor must be 35 years of age; possess a 
•freehold of 500 acres of land, and have been a citizen ■ 
of the state 4 years; he grants reprieves ond pardons, 
jfills vacancies in office, &c. ; salary ^1750; adoption 
of tiie U. States Constitution, Juncl,|1791; state 
constitution, Feb. C, 1796. 
, OHIO. 

Electors of President and Vice-President, by gener- 
al ticket ; electors 16 ; state election 2^ Tuesday in 
October; state Legislature at Columbus, 1st Momky 
in December ; senate 32, representatives Q(i ; psy per 
day ^2; terra of office, senate two years, rcpresenta-j 
jtiveg one year ; governor chosen for two years, by the | 
jpeople ; governor eligible 4 years in 6 ; the governor 
must be 30 years of age, a citizen of the United States 
:12, and an inhabitant of the State 4 years ; he grants 
ireprieves and pardons, and fills vacancies in office, &c. ; 



I 34 ;_ I 

jsalary gl^OO ; adoption of the United Slates coiistiin-; 
ition, Feb. 19, |loQ3 ; state constitution, Nov. 1, 1C02. ; 
I LOUISIANA. I 

j Electors of President and Vice-Presidont, by Legis- [ 
ilature; electors 5; state election 1st Monday in July;! 
.state Legislature at New-Orleans, 1st of January ; sen-| 
.-xte—, representatives — ; pav per day g — ; terai of f 
;n.'T(ce, senate four years, representatives two years ;| 
lij;overnor chosen for four years by tne people; gover-, 
liior eligible one terra ; the governor, must be 35 years j 
iof ng-a ; a cilizoa of the U. iStatts, and 6 years an in-' 
habitant of the state; must held a landed estate of; 
::|aO0O, agreeably to the tax lict j he appoints to otfiC3| 
ju-eneially, and with the approbation of the senati !■ 
IgT-ants reprieves,, pardons, &c. ; salary ^7000: adop- !' 
i!.ion of the Unita-i S'.ites constitution, April 8, f 181 i , i 
'sLate constitution, January 29., 1C12. 
! _ INDL^NA. 

I Electors of Presideat and Vice-Presioent, byLeffis- 
llature : cieccoraS; state election ist Ivionday in Au- 
jt^ust; s':ate Legislature at Corydon, 1st Monday in 
iDecember; senRte 16, r'^piesentaiivos 39 ; pay per 
jday^2; term of oiSce, senate three years in clas&es., 
jrepresencatjves one year; governor chosen for three! 
lyears, l^/- thc^ people; go^'errmr eligible six years ii 
hiivi ; t;»e go-orncr must be thirty years of a^i-e; acit- 
|isen of ti..8 United States 10 years, and a resident oJ 
Ijthe state 5 ; he nominates, and by r.nd Vv^th the ad-!i 
/ice and consent of the senate, appoints to office, re- ] 
|mits lines and forfeitures, grants reprieves and pardons, 
%c.: salary glOOO; adoption of the United States^ 
•c;>nstitat:on;, December 11, f 181 6; state constitution,! 
IJuni 29, 181 G. [ 

I MISSISSIPPL } 

' Electors of President and ^' ice-President by general i 
ticket; electors 3; state election 1st Monday in Au~f 
^ust; state Legislature at Jackson, 4th Monday in| 
December; senate 10, representatives 32; pay pei 
day ^i,50; term of office, senate 3 years, in classes. 
representatives one year; governor chosen for twt 
years, by the people ; governor eligible indefinitely ; 



the g-overnor must be 30 years of age ; a citizen of the! 
lUnited States 20 years ; a resident of the state — years, j 
and seized of a freehold of 600 acres of land, or of real | 
estate of the valae of ^^,2000, 12 months previous to liis 
election ; he grants reprieves and pardons, remits tines! 
and thrfeitures, fills vacancies in office, &c. ; salary 
^^2,500; adoption of United States constitution, Dec. 
ilO, f iol7 ; state constitution, August 15, 1817. 
i ILLINOIS. 

j Electors of President and Vice-President, by dis- 
tricts; electors 3 ; state election 1st Monday in .^ug.i 
hieMnially ; state Legislature at Vandalia, 1st Monday j 
■;m Deceuiber, biennially; senate 18, representatives' 
i26 ; pay per day ^4 ; term of office, senate 4 years, f 
■representatives 2 years; governor chosen for 4 years, j 
■by the people ; governor ehgible for 4 years in 7 ; the' 
igoveraor must be 30 years of age ; a citizen of the U. 
jStates 30 years, and 2 years a resident of the state ; 
jhe grants reprieves and pardor-s, and with the Judges 
|of the Supreme Court, has the revision of all bills be- 
[fore they become laws, &c. ; salary ^1000; adoption 
jof tiie United States constitution, Dec. 3, flSlS ; state 
constitution, August 26, 1818. 

ALABAMA. 

Electors of President and Vice-President, by ; 

jelectors 5 ; state election 1st Monday and Tuesday in 
[August ; state Legislature at Cahawba, 3d Monday in 
jNoveraber; senate — , representatives — ; pay per day 
1^4 ; term of office, senate 3 years, representatives one 
[year ; governor chosen for 2 years, by the people ; 
■governor eligible 4 years in 6 ; the governor must be 
j30 years of age ; a native of the U. States, and 4 years 
, a resident of the state; he lias a negative in the pas- 
;sing of laws, grants reprieves and pardons, remits fines 
and forfeitures, fills vacancies in office, &c. ; salary 
g2000 ; adoption of the United States constitution, 
Dec. 14, flGlO; state constitution, Aug. 2, 1819. 
MAINE. 

Electors of President and Vice-President, by dis- 
tricts ; electojs 9 ; state election 1st Monday in Sept. j 
state Legislature at Portland, 1st Monday in January: 



i }^ 

ideoale — , represeritutivoD — ; pay per day ^§2 ; term 
iofoirice,botIi branches 1 year; governor chosen for 
ione year, by the people ; governor eligible indefinitely ; 
i!the governor must be 30 years of age; a natural born 
[icitizen of tiie United States, and 5 yearej a resident of 
ijthe state. He nominates, and with the advice and 
'consent of the council, appoints all judicial afncers, 
■tlie attorney general, sheriffs, coroners, registers oi'j[ 
Iprobate, notaries public, and all other civil and milita- 
ry officers, except such as are otherwise aj^pointed by 
the.: express provisions of the constitution or laws of 
the state ; he has power, with the advice and consent 
of the council, to remit, after conviction, foneitures;i 
I'and penalties, and to grant reprieves and pardons, ex- i 
:cept in cases of impeachment ; salary ^^1 500 ; adoption ' 
'of the United States constitution, March 3, f 1 820 ; state 
jconstitutioUj Oct. 29, ItUO. 
I MISSOURI. 

Electors of President and Vice-President, by dis- 
tricts ; electors 3 ; state election, 1st Monday in Aug. 
biennially; state Legislature at JefFei-son, senate 17, 
representatives 55 ; pay per day ^3 ; governor chosen 
for four jcBJs, by the people; eligible four ye-ars in 
eight ; the governor, must be 35 years of age ; a nat- 
ural born citizen of the United States, or a citizen at i 
jthe time of the adoption of the constitution of the 
United States ; must be a resident of the state four 
years ; he fills vacancies by appointment when they 
occur, has a negative in passing laws, remits fines and* 
forfeitures, and grants reprieves and pardons, except 
in cases of impeachment : salary ^2000 ; adoption of 
the United States constitution, August 10, fl821 
state constitution, June 12, 1820. 
Whole number of Electors — 261 



To «aU Meat. — Mix brown sugar, bay salt, common 
salt, each two pounds; salt-petre, 8 ounces, Vv/ater two 
gallons; this pickle gives meats a fine red color, while 
the sugar renders tiiem mild and of an excellent flavor. 
Large quantities are to be managed by the above pro- 
portion. 



REGISTER OF THE CONTINENTAL ARMY. 

General and Staff of the American Army in 1703. 
His Excellency George Washington, Esq. Genera] 
and CojTiinander in Chief of the 
Armies of the United States. 
Aids de Camp to the Commander in Chief. 
Lieut. Col. Tench Tilgham, Lieut. Col. David Cobb. 
Lieut. Col. William S.. Smith, Lieut. Col. David Hum- 
phreys, Lieut. Col. Benjamin ^Valker. 

Major Hodijali Baylies, Extra Aid. 
Jonathan Trumbull, Esq. Secretary. 
Richard Varick, Recording Secretary. 

MAJOR GENERALS. 

i!tate. Date ef Covnnlssion. 

Connect kut June 19, 1775 

}^irgiiiiu May \d, '76 

Ma sachus^Jfs 
Rhode- Uland 
JVew-Jerse^i/ 
Penmylvankt 
.Vagsach ustlis 
Trance 
.\'. Cu'iilina 
.V&wVork 
Puland 

MarLland Snpl. 13, '^Oi ; 

S. Carolina. 
Jrfasiachusttls 
F' ranee 

BRIGABIF.a GKNERAI.g 

JS'av-l'ork Aug:. 'J, 1776 

Otorgia 
Massachusetts 
Pennsylvania 
Viri^Uiia 



j^'ames. 
Israel Fu nam 
Horatio Gates 
Wiiluim Hfatb 
Nathaniel Green 
VVm. Earl of Sterliu* 
Arthur St. Clair 
Benjarnin Lincoln 

! Marqui: de Laiayctte 
liobert Howe 
Alex'r McDoagall 
Barnu Stuben 

W'lliiiii '^uiailTvoo,! 

i VVillirstn Mt.'jitiie 
Hcrty Knox 
LeCJev. da Portai! 



May \d, 
Aug. 9, 

Feb. 19, 



uifon 
\iclDtosh 



James C 

I.achlau 

Jolui Phtlfrjoa 
! Authooy Wayne 

(leorge WeedfeU 

Pelor .MuhiOiA'Ur^ 
iGeor^^e Clinton 
! KJwanl Ha till 

Charles Scott 

J'idediah Uunting^ton 

John Starlv,e 

Jelhro Sumner 



July 


31, 


Gov 


iiJO, 


May 


5, 


Sepl. 


13, 


x\0V. 


14, 


,, 


15, 


5) 


16, 


Au?. 


y, 


Sept. 


16, 


Feb. 


^1, 



Xtic-Yorl: 
Pennsylcaniii 
Virginia 
Conneciicni 
J\\ Hampslurs 
.^*. Citrolma 



Mar. 2p, 

April 1, 
it 

MaV ill 
Oct, 4, 
Jan. 9, 



'73 









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., 


38 


Isirac S. Ilujar 


S. Carolina 






177f) 


Mori.l(?cai Gist 


Maryland 


« 




„ 


'VVjIUam Irvine 


Pennsylvania 


11 




., 


Dfiniel Morgan 


Virginia 


Oct. 


13, 


'80 


^"o?e5 Hazeii 


ir 


June 


29, 


'81 


0. 11. VViJliams 


Maryland 


May 


9, 


'82 


John Grsatou 


Massachusetts' 


Jan.. 


■7, 


'83 



Ilufus Futnain „ ,^ „ 

Elias l^aytou New-Jersey „ „ 

Aids to General Tleaih. Major Daniel Lyman, and 

Capt. Henry Sewall. 

Jlids to Major-General Sluben. — C^apt. William North, 
and Capt. William Fopham. 

Aids to Major-General Knox. Capt. Samuel Shaw, 

and Capt. John Lillie. 

Aids to General How. — Capt's. W^iathrop, Sargent and 
Elnathan Haskell. 

Aid to Brig. Gen. Pallcrscn. — Lieot. Thomas Cole. 

Chief Engineer. — Major-Gen. Le Chevalier du Portal. 

S-TAIi-F. 

Inspector General — Major-General Baron Stuhen. 

Inspector of Northern Department — Col. Walter Stew- 
art. 

Assistant Inspector of do. — Maj. Nathaniel Barber. 

Adjutant General of Brig;ade. — Gen, Edward Hand. 

Adjutant General's Assistants — Capt. Nicholas Gilman, 
Capt. Robert Pemberton, Capt. John Carlisle, 

Quarter-Master-General — Col. Timothy Pickering". 

I)irector General of Hosjiitals — John Cochran, Esq. 

Commissary Gen. of Prisoners — Maj. ; — Skinner. 

Commissary of Prisoners, Northern Department Lt. 

Col. William S. Smith. 

Jud,7e Advocate Gen — Lieut. Thomas Edwards. 

Paymaster General — John Pierce, Esq. 

Deputy Paymaster General, with the army — Hezekiah 
Wetmore, Esq. 

Inspector of Contracts — Ezekiel Cornel, Esq. 

Contractor for the army, Northern Deparment — Com- 
fort Sands, Esq. ; and Comp. 

Enj::;^ineer v/ifh the army — Col. de Moy. 

Chief Physician of th.e tirmy — James Craik, Esq. 

Brigade Major — l=t Mass. Brigade, NathM Gushing-. 

2d do. do. Abraham Williams. 

3d do. do. John K. Smith. 



jy 

Chaplaim — 1st Mass. Brlg-ade, Mr. VVm. Lockwood. 
2d do. do. Rev. Enns Hitchcock. 
3d do. do. Mr. Joel Barlow. 

STGNF.IRS OF THE DSCLIRATIO.N OF I>-DEPENDENC E. 

I Place of birth. Names and aga in 1776. Time of deatli. A^,. 
\Deiaware Jo !m Morton 41, April 1777, 43| 

[England Button GwinnefJ 42, May 27 1777, 44 
IXeio-York Philip Livingston* 60, June 12 1773, 62' 

[jYew-Jersey John Hart* 66, 1779, 70 

IS. Carolina Thomas Lynchf 27, close of 1779, 30 
i Joseph Hewes* Nov. 10 1779, — 
[jVew-Jo'sey Richard Stockton 45, 1781<, 50 
[Delaware Cesar Rodney 47, June 26 17S4, 55 
\Rhode-Island Stephen Hopkins 69, July 13 1705, 73 
\Massachu&eitsW\^A\2Lm Whipple 45, Nov. 28 1785, 54 
^.Maryland Thomas Stone 32, 1787,43 
S. Carolina Arthur Middleton 37, Jan. 1 1788., 48; 
I Virginia John Penn 34, Sept. — 1788, 46 
\Massachusetts'&Qn\. Frankhn 70, April 17 1790, 84 
\S. Carolina Lyman Hall 46, 1790,60 
\Massackv.seUs'\Y\)i!iid.m Hooper 34, 1790, 48 
! Peniisylvania Francio Hopkinson 37, May 9 1791, 52 
..)/;«5ac/Mw«i^s Roger Sherman 55, July 23 1793, 72! 
Jiasi'acWttoJohn Hancockt 39, Oct. 8 1793,56 
Virginia Eich'd Henry Lee 44, June 22 1794, 62 
JS'ew- Jersey Abraliam Clark 50, Autumn, 1794, 68 r 
Scotland John Witherspoon 54, Nov. 15 1794, 72^ 
'^M'issachmettsios\dJii\jdcPlQtt\\ 46, May 19 1795,65 
^Connecticut Sam'l Huntington 43, Jan. 5 1796,63; 
iConnecticut Oliver Wolcott 51, Dec. 11795,71;' 
[Virginia Fr. Lightfoot Lee 40, April 1797,63? 
i Virginia Carter Braxton 40, Oct. 10 1197, Q\'. 
■Scotland James Wilson 33, Aug. 28 1798, 55: 
Maryland George Reed 42, Autumn 1793, 64 1 
WiJham Paca 1799, 

li KilleJ in a due!. *I>ied whiU attending Congress. 

I jTook pas.sago for his health to ^t. Eustatia, and was never hc-ar.. . 
from— was spoken the day before a tremendous hurrjcano. IS 

J^Tlie first who answered yea, when the question wag taken onf 
Independence, and tlic first who signed the Declaration a*'ter the Pre- J 
idem. " ■ a 



40 

Phice oJ t)iiLh. Aai.ics Uiiii age iil l/'Jd. 'lime ordenil). Age. 

S.- Carolina Echv. Riniedi,^e 26, Jan. 23 1800,50 
frelmtd Matt Thornton ni, .Tuns 24 1803, 88 

Wales Francis Lewis 62, Dec. 13 1803,89 

Massachusetts ^^muc\ A(\n.ms 54, Oct. 2 1 803, 81 1 
Virginia George Walton 36, Feb. 2 1804, 64 
\ England Robert Morria 42, May 8 1806,72 

\ Virginia George Wythe** GO, June 8 1806,80 

\S. Carolina Tho's Ileyward 30, March 1809, 6o! 
\J\Iaryland Samuel Chase June 17 1811,— I 

iConmcUcut William Williams 45, Aug. 2 1811, 80' 
Pennsylvania George Clyn>er 36, Jan. 2^5 1813, 78 
PennsyliTmiaBenidimn llvsh 30, April 19 1813, 67 
j Massachuseils Rob't Treat Paine 46 , May W 1 8 1 4, 84 
^\McissachiutetUYAhn(\ge Gerry 31, Nov. 23 1814, 69 [ 
Pen/2.?z//i;rtnm Thomas McKean 42, June 24 1817, 83 
Rhode-Island William Ellery 68, Feb. 15 1820, 02| 
JS''ew-York William Floyd 42, Aug. 11821,87 
Virginia, Thomas Jcffereon, 33, Jubilee, 83 
\Massachusetis 2 o\m Adams 40, dp. 90 

■ Jrfaryland diaries C a rrolIlT 38, the survivor, ' 89 
! Virginia Renjamin Harrison 
\ Virginia Thomas Nelson, jr. 
Pennsylvania James Smith 
Pennsijlvania George Taylor 
Pennsylvania George Rosa 
Lev^^is Morris 
Henry Wisnerf f 

*'^ Foisoued. I 

TT Mr. Carroll fir«t took his soat m Corgrona on the IStli July, 177C, 
' vvjipn the Credenliais cf the Delegates newly appointed by JMaryhiiui, 
were presented. Tlie following anecdoto shonJil not be last: — After 
Mr. Carroll was introduced to the President on first taking hia scat, 
jie drew Ijis attention Vj the parchment copy ot"the Declaration of Jn-' 
dependence and invited him to sif;n it. Mr. Carroll replied, "with 
great pleasure," and advoneed to the table — whilst sijjning it, a moni- 
hPT remarked, in an under lone, "'thero go.es a few inilliows," — allud- 
inj; to t!io great wealth of Rlr. CarroH- 

i Lt is a fact i)roved by the Journak, that tlie followinjj delegates 
jfrora Fennpylvania, who signed the Declaration of Independence, were 
I not members of Congress at its date, nor were they appointe*! as such 
: by tiie Legislature of Pennsylvania until the ~Oth i^Y July: — George 
ICIymer, James Smith, George Taylor, James Wilson, George Kos.s and 
I Bi'hjaiiiin Rnsh. 

11 Voted fi:r Inclependence, but was not present when the Declara- 
tion was signed. 



41 



It appears that of the fifty-seven men, who signed 
the Declaration of Indepe.ndenxe, the birth places 
of four are unknown : ten were natives of Massachu-| 
setts; nine of Virginia; seven of Pennsylvania ; f 
of South-Carolina; four of Maryland; three of New-| 
Jersey; three of Connecticut; two of New-York; 
two of Delaware; two of Rhode-Island; two of Eng- 
land: one of Ireland, and one of Wales. 

The youngest man who signed the declaration of In-j 
dependence, was Edward Rutledge, of South Carolina, 
then aged tvcenti/six years, and the oldest man who 
signed it, was Benjamin Franklin, then aged seventy\ 
years. What a spTendid career of usefulness he ran 
after three score and ten ! The average age of all the 
persons who signed the Declaration, at the tinle of 
signing, was a fraction more than forty-four years. 

Thomas LyDch, jr. of South Carolina, was but 27 
when he signed the Declaration, and died in the 30th 
year of his age, being the youngest man who died af- 
ter having signed that most important of all State Pa- 
pers. It is remarkable that the three youngest men 
in Congress, July 4, 1776, were all South Carolinians; 
their ages averaging but 27 years and a third, while 
that of the whole assembly, their own included, aver-f 
aged more than 44 years. The average age of thej 
persons who signed the Declaration of Independence,! 
at the time of their death, was sixty-six years andi 
nearly a half year. The one who lived to the great-j 
est age, was Wilham Ellery, of Rhode-Island, who 
Hved to be ninety-two. The only one now aUveJ 
Charles Carroll — Health and peace to the evening of 
i his days ! I 

j It is not out of place, nor unw^ortliy of remark to' 
isay, that an examination of the signatures of those fif-| 
ty-seven gentlemen, subscribed to the Declaration,' 
will exliibit many excellent specimens of penmanship.! 
It is doubtful whether to any state paper in any coun-' 
try, can be found so many well written names. | 

Of the members of the Contmental Congress, -who- 
signed the Declaration of Independence, and of whose! 
occupations we recollect to liave had anv accountj 



tweuty-eio-ht were brought up to prol'ebsionai pursuits, 
itivt: a-j merchants and three as larmers or planters, i 
^(^f th'j professional men, twenty-one were lawyers,! 
3iX piiysicians and one a minister. j 

At a very critical period of the revolutionary war, | 
when there v/as great difficulty in procuring supplies ! 
for the American army, and when there was a danger! 
of its dissolution for v/ant of provisions to keep it to-| 
gether, a number of patriotic gentlemen gave their j 
I bonds to the amount of about i;260,000, in gold and | 
k'ilver. for procuring them. The provisions were pro- 
cured, and tlie army v/as supplied and kept together. 
The following are the names of the choice spirits whe 
camo forward on tliat critical occasion : ' j 

■Robert Morris £lO,000[ James Boddcn 



B. McClennag'han 
A. Buner & Co. 
Tench Francis 
Jas. Wilson 
I Wm. Bingliara 
i Richard Peters 
I Samuel Meredith 
'James Meaae 
i Thomas Barclay 
'Samuel Morris, jr. 
] Robert L. Hooper 
I Hugh Shield 
! Philip Pfloore 
I Matthew Irwin 
! Thomas Irwin 
I John Benczet 
I Henry Hill 
i John Morgan 
Thomas Willing 
Samuel Pov/cll 
iJohn Nixon 
Robert Bridges 
jjohn Dunlap 
Michael HiJlcgas 
William Coates 
Emanuel Evre 



10,000|Jolm Mease 
6000 1 Joseph Carbon 
5500JTiiGmas Leiper 
5000|Kean & Nichols 
5000; Samuel Morris 
5000| Isaac Moses 
60001 Charles Thompson 
5000 John Prin^le 
500o|Samuel Miles 
5000, Cadvv allader Morris 
5000iMatthev/ Clarkson 
5000|Tijo's McKean 
SOOOjJona. Donaldson 
5003iJohn Bteinmetz 
50G0|Abr'm Bicklev 
6Gao|Beni. Randolph 
50Q0i Robert Bass 
5000|Owen Biddle 
50001 John Gibsoa 
50G0lCha"3 Petit 
5000' Jona. Mitchell 
5000 R,obert Knox 
4000 John Bullock 
4000 John Reed ^ 
4000 F'rancis Gurncy 
4000iGeo. Camnbell 



^iOOOf 
4000 
4000 
4000 
4000:i 
3000 
3000 
3000 
3000 
3000, 
2:- 00.' 
2500i 
£000' 
2000' 

20t}o; 

2000 
2000' 
2000 
2000, 
2000' 
2000 
2000 
2000* 
2000' 
2000' 
2000 
2000 





4L] 


i 


John Wliartoa 


£20001 John Wilcocks Jt^^OOo| 


Benj. Rs.sli 


2000 Siimuel Inglis 


2000' 


Tho's Lawrence 


2000 Jona. Penrose 


2000 


Jos. Bleiver 


2000 


INath. Falkncr 


200f 


William Hall 


2000 


James Calldwell 


2000 


John Patton 


2000 


Ger'ds Clarkson 


2000 


Benj. Fuller 


2000 


John Shee 


1000 


Meads & Fitzsiir.ons 


2000 


Samuel Caldwell 


1000 


Andrew Hodge 


2000|Sarauel Penrose 


1000 


Henry Keppele 


2000 Win. Turnbull 


1000 


F. C.'Hu^senclever 


2000 B. Davis, jr. 


1000 


Isaac Melcher 


2000 Sharp Deiany 


1000 


Jobn SchaiTer 


2000 Andrew Doz 


1000 


.Alexander Todd 


2000J Peter Whitesides 


lOOO" 


JiK). Purviance 
QlJlcers of Lite Govo 


COOOlAndrcw Robinson 


1000 
since 


^nment of the Uniled StcUes^ 


j the adoptioii of the Consiilulion. 




Presidents. 




Robert Smith 


1010 


Georg'e Wushingtoa 


V?,d 


James Munroe 


'12. 


j'ohn Adams 


'97 


John Q. Adams 


'17 


'rhomas Jeffersoa 


100] 


flewy Clay 


'25 


James Madisou 


'09 


Secretaries cf the Treasury, j 


James IN] unroe 


'17 


Alexander Hamilton 


1789 


John Quinci/ Adams 


'25 


Oliver Wolcott 


'95 


Fice-P residents. 




Samuel Dexter 


1801 


John Adams 


1789 


41b. Gallatin, May 4 


'01 


Thomas JeCbrsou 


'97 


George W. Campbell 


•15 


AaroQ Burr 


ISOl 


Alexander J. Dallas 


'16, 


George Clinton 


'05 


William H. Crawford 


'17 


El bridge G'?i-ry 


^4 


Richard Rush 


'25, 


jDauiel D. Tompkins 


'17 


Secretaries of War 


i 


John C. Calhoun 


'25 


Henry Knox 


1789 


Secretaries of Slate. 


Timothy Pickering 


'95 


Tliomas J&fferson 


I7r,9 


James McHeury 


■ '96 ! 


Edmund Randolph 


'94 


Samuel Dexter 


1800! 


Timothy Pickeriojj 


'95 


Henry Dearborn 


'01 


John Marshall 


ICOO 


William Eustis 


'09 


L. Lincoln, (actino^ 




John Armstrong 


'14. 


1 from M^rch 5, to 




William H. Crawford 


'16: 


1 May 2, 


'01 


John C. Calhoun 


'18 


James Madison 


'01 


James Barbour 


'25 1 




i^amniiiT 




'"■'"." " 



1 


44 


1 


'1 Secretaries of the Jfavif. Olivpr Ellsworth 


'96j 


|Beiijamin Stoddard 


1793 


John Murshall 


1801 


Robert Smith 


1801 


./Jltomey Generals 




Paul Hamilton 


'09 


Edmund Rundolph 


1789 


iVVilliiim Jones 

:B. VV. Crowninshield 


'14 


William Bradford 


'94 


'16 


Charles Lee 


'95 


Smith I'hotnpson 


'18 


Levi Lincoln 


1801 


Samuel L. Southard 


'23 


John Breckenridge 


'01 


\€hief Justices of the Supreme 


Ctesar A. Rodney 


'06 


Court, 
John Jay 




William Pinkney 


'11 


1789 


William Wirt 


'18 


;John Rutled^e 


'95 






JOHN QUINCY 


t Of mt m. %tn 


nt. 


ADAMS, LL. D. Presich 


SALARr, 


<^25,000 per annum. 




JOHN C. CALHOUN, Vice President. 




SALARy, 


*g5,000 per annum. 




TWEJ^TIETH COJV'GRESS—wiixsr session, [i 




SENATE. 




John C. Calhoun, President of the Senate. 




Nathaniel Macon, President pro. tan. 




Maine. 




J^ew- York. 




John Chandler, 
*Albion K. Parris. 
JSTew- Hampshire 




JMartin Van Buren, 






Nathan Sanford. 




. 


A^ew-Jerse^. 




^Samuel Bell, 




Mahlon Dickerson, 




Levi Woodbury. 




Ephraim Bateman. 




Massachusetts. 




Pennsylvania. 




iNathaniel Silsbee, 




William Marks, 




*J)aniel Webster. 




*Isaac D. Barnard. 




Connecticut. 




Delaware. 




^Samuel A. Foot, 




*Louis M'Lane, 




Calvin Willey. 




Henry M. Ridgcley. 




Rhode-Island. 




Maryland. 




Nehemiah R. Knight, 


Samuel Smith, 




Asher Robbins. 




Ezekiel Chambers. 




Vermont. 




Virs;inia. 




Dudley Chase, 




Littleton W. Tazewell, i| 


Horatio Seymour. 




■^ John Tyler. 


=J 



45 



JS^j-rUi Carolina. 
John Branch, _ 
Nathaniel Macon. 

Sovlk Carolina. 
Williarn Smith, 
Robert Y. Hayne. 

■Georgia. 
John M Pherson Berrien, 
Thomas W. Cobb. 

KentuGkij. 
Richard M. Johnson, 
John Rowan. 

Tcnnes^e. 
Johr: H. Eaton, 
Hu^h L. White. 

Ohio. 
Wiluam H. Harrison, 



Louisiana. 
Dominiqe Bouligny, 
Josiah S. Johnston. 

Indiana. 
William Hendricks, 
James Noble. 

Mississippi. 
Thomas H. Williams, 
Powhattan Ellis, 

Illinois. 
Elias K. Kane, 
Jesse B. Thomas. 

Alabama. 
Henry Chambers, 
William R. King. 

."^lissouri. 
David Barton, 
Thomas H. Benton. 



Benjamin Ruggles. 

HOUSE OF REPRESE.KTATIVES. 



Maine — 7. 
John Anderson, 
^Samuel Butman, 
"^Rnfus M'lntire, 
Jeremiah O'Brien, 
*James W. Ripley, 
Peleg Sprague, 
^^Joseph F. Wingate. 

J^'^c^D- Hampshire — 6 
■^David Barker, jr., 
Ichabod Bartlett, 
Titus Erovon, 
Joseph Healy, 
Jonathan Harvey, 
Thonins Whipple, jr. 

Vermont — 5. 
tDaniol Azro A. Buck, 
■""Jonarhan Hunt, 
Rollin C. Mallary, 
^Benjamin Svvitl, 
Gpor'je E. Wales. 



jYlui-sach uectts — 1 3. 
Samuel C. Allen, 
John Bailey, 
"^Isaac C. Bates, 
B. W. Crov/niashield, 
John Davis, 
Henry W. D wight, 
Edward Everett, 
IBenjarain Gorham, 
^ James T^. Hodges, 
John Locke, 
John Reed, 
*Jcseph Richardson, 
[John Varnum. 
! Rhode- Island— 2. 
iTristram Burges, 
Dutce J. Pearce. 

Conn ectic id — 6 . 
John Baldwin, 
NoyoB Barber, 
Ralph J. Ingt*rso]], 

Mem'wri" of a preiiosis Conwieas, l>iit rot f»f I? 
rBTiii iii'*niWM >iTi">^ii^-»fir"'i i iiiriiiti^a— gap 



at 

4nU 



46 



Orarige Merwin, 
Eiisha Phdps, 
*David Plant. 



I etc- 1 om- 



54. 



*Daniel D. Barnard, 
'■•■'Georgt} O. Bolden, 
'■'■'Rudolph Ijuimer, 
C. C. Cambrtleng-j 
■■Samuel Chase, 
*John C. Clark, 
JJohn D. Dickinson, 
•'^ Jonas Earll, jr. 
Daniel G. G, Garnsey, 
^Nathaniel Garrovv^ 
JJohn T. De Graff, 
John Hallock, jr., 
*Selah R. liobbie, 
Martin Hoffman, 
Jeromus Johnson, 
^Richard Keese, 
Henry Markcll, 
Henry C. Martindale, 
Dudley Marvin, 
'•■John ?^Iagee, 
^Jolm Maynard, 
ITiiomas J. Oakley, 
S. Van Rensselaer, 
Henry R. Storrs, 
Jatnes Strong, 
'■"'John G. IStower, 
John W. Tavlor, 
Gulian C. Verplanck, 
Aaron Ward, 
•'■John J. Wood, 
Silas Wood. 
IDavld Wooacook, 
*Silaa Vv'rigiit, jr. 
1 vacancy. 

JS' 'c w-Jc rsey — G . 
Lewis Condict, 
Geor^'e Hnlconibe, 



*Isaac Pierson, 

Samuel Swan, 
*Hedge Thomson, 
Sbcnesier Tucker. 
Delaware — 1. 
'■'•Kensey Johns. 

Pensylvania — 26. 
William Addams, 
. 'Samuel Anderson, 
•'Thomas Barlow, 
James Buchanan, 
'•''Richard Coulter, 
Cliauncey Forward, 
'^Joseph Frey, jr., 
■''Innes Green, 
Samuel D. Ingham, 
George Kremer, 
•"Adam King, 
Joseph Lawrence, 
Daniel 11. Miller, 
Charles ]\Iiner, 
John Mitchell, 
Samuel M'Kean, 
Robert Orr, jr., 
'^William Ramsey, 
iJohn Sergeant, 
I James S. Stephenson, 
['^John E. Sterigere, 
jx\ndrew Stuart, 
pjoel B. Sutherland, 
lEspy Van Home, 
James Wilson, 
George Wrlfl 

Maryland— ^^ 
John Barney, 
Clerruont Dorsey, 
'Levin Gale, 
John Leeds Kerr, 
Peter Little, 
'^Micliael C. Spr'gg, 
*GeorP''^ C. Washing-ton, 



: ' 47 ^ -i 


jjohn C. Weems, 


■HVarren R. Davis, 


*Ephraini K. Wilson. 


William Drayton, 


Vire;mia^22. 


James Hamilton, 


Robert Allen, 


Gearge McDulBe, 


JMark Alexander, 


^William D. Martin, 


William S. Archer, 


n^homas R. Mitchell, 


William Armstrong, jr. 


^William T. Nockoffs, 


1 John S. Barbour, 


Starling Tucker. 


IPhilip P. Barbour^ 


Georgia — 7. 


Burvvell Bassett, 


=^Jolm Floyd, 


JNath. H. Claiborne^ 


^Tomlinson Fort,. 


Thorarts Davenport,. 


Charles E. Haynes, 
JGeorge E. Gilmer, 


John Floyd, 


1 Isaac Leffler, 


iWilson Lumpkin, 


Lewis Maxwell, 


Wiley Thompson, 


Charles F. Mercer, 


1 vacancy. 


William McCoy, 


Kentucky — 12. 


Thomas Newton,. 


Richard A. Buekner, 


|John Randolph, 


James Clark, ' 


William C. Rives, 


^Henry Daniel, 


John Roane, 


Joseph Lecompte, 


.Alexander Smith, 


Robert P. Letcher, 


Andrew Stevenson, 


*Chittenden Lyon, 


John Talifera, 


Thomas Metcalfe, 


James Trezvant. 


Robert McHaton, 


JVbrth-Carolina — 13. 


Thomas P. Moore, 


Willis Alston, 


Charles A. Wickliffe, 


Daniel L. Barringer, 


Joel Yancy, 


Jon H. Brayan, 


1 vacancy. 


1 Samuel P. Carson, 


Tetinessee — &► 


i Henry W. Conner, 


*John Bell, 


tJohn Culpeper, 


John Blair, 


*Thomas HaU, 


*David Crockett, 


Gabriel Holmes, 


•Robert Desha, 


John Long, 


Jacob C. Isacks, 


Lemuel Sawyer, 


*Pryor Lee, 


*Aug. H. Shepherd, 


John H. Marable, 


^Daniel Turner, 


James C. Mitchell, 


Lewis Williams. 


James K. Polk. 


South-Carolina— 9. 


Ottio—U. 


jJohn Carter, 


Mordecai Bartley, 



Philemon Beecher, 
|. William Creighton, 
['''John Davenport, 
James Finley, 
William McLean, 
;* William Russell, 
John Sloan, 
j* William Stanbury, 
Joseph Vance, 
Samuel T. Vinton, 
Elisha Whittlesey, 
John Woods, 
John C. Wright. 

Louisiana — 3. 
William L. Brent, 
Honry H. Gurley, 
Edward Livingston. 

Indiana — 3. 
*Thomas H. Blake, 



J'*- 



Jonathan Jennin^^s, 
*01iver 11. Smith. 

JMississippi — 1 . 
William Hailo. 

Alabama — 3. 
Gabriel P. Moore, 
George W. Owen, 
John McKee. 

Missoxrri — 1. 
^Edmund Bates. 

DELEGATES.- 

A rf cans as. 
Henry W. Conway. 

Jlickigrm. 
Austin E. Wing. 

Florida. 
Joseph M. White. 



SUPREME COURT OF THE U. STATES. 



Names. Residence. 

John Marshall, Richmond^ Fa. Chief Justice, 
Bushrod Washington, ML Vernon, Fa. ~) ^ 



William Johnson, Charleston, S. C. 
Robert Trimble, Tenn. 



Gabriel Duval, Magrader's Md. 
Joseph Story, Salem, Mass. 
Smitii Thompson, JSTevj-York, J^. Y. 
J Clerk, Washington, JV. J\ 



Fallaiy. 
goOOO 
4500 
I 4500 

i 4500 

4500 
: 4500 

■ 4500 

fees, &,c. 



DISTRICT COURT OF VERMOjn\ 

Elijah Paine, judge, Williamstown, g^800 00 

W. A. Griswold, Att'y, Burlington, £'00&fs. 

Joseph Edson, Marshal, Randolph, i'UO&fs. 

Jttsse Gove, Clerk, Rutland, 

DEPARTME.rT OF STATE. 

SECRETARY. 

Henry Clay, Washington City, g6000 



Name?. 

IDariiel Brent, 



[Richard Forest, 
jJosias W. King, 
I Andrew T. JMcCormick. 
jThoraas L. Tliruston, 
iFrancis L. Smith, 
I William Slade, 
Philip Fendall, 
William Browne, 
Vail, 



CHIEF CLEE.K. 

Residence. 

Washington City, 

CLERKS. 

Washington Citv, 
do. 



John M. Baker, 
Derrick, 



George Watkins, 



MESSE>'GERS. 



["oseph Waring, 

Prentiss, Assistant, 



do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 

do. 
do. 



Sallarv. 

2000 J 

I 

1600 

ICOO 

1400 

1400 

1400 

1400 

1300 

1150 

1150 

1000 

800 

800 

700 
350 



FATEJrr OFFICE. 

SUPERI>'TENDF>T. 

William Thornton, Washington City, 1500 

CLERK. 

W^illiam Elliott, W^ashington City, 1000 

?.IESSENGER. 

Robert Vv". Fenwick, Waphington City, 400 

PUBLIC :\ITMSTERS OF THE U^'ITED STATES. 

To the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Irelaml. 

Albert Gallatin, Envoy Extraordinary and Min- 
ister Plenipotentiary, London, ' ^0000 

W. B. Lawrence, Secretary of Legation, do. 2000 
To the Kingdom of France. 

James Brown, Envoy Extraordinary and Minis- 
ter Plenipotentiary, Paris, 

Daniel Sheldon, Secretary of Legation, do. 
To the Empire of Russia. 

Henry Middleton, Envoy Extraordinary Min- 
ister Plenipotentiary, St. Petersburg^ 

Charle?? Pinknev, Secretary of Lejjation, do. 



9000 
2000 



COOO 
2000 ! 



50 



1 



To the Kingdom of Spain. Salary. 

Alexander }». Everett, Envoy Extraordinary and 

Minister Plenipotentiary, Jladt-id, 0000 

John Adams Smi.ii, Secretary of Legation, do. £000 

To the Kingdam of Portugal. 
rho"s L. L. Brentv Charge d'AiTaires, Lisbon^ 4500 

To the United Kingdom of the Methe~rJands. 
;Christopher Hughes, Charge d'Affairesj Erus- 
I scl and the Hague, 4500 

I To the Kingdom of Sweden. 

Wai. C. Somerviile, Charge d'AiTaires, Stockhohn, 45C0 ii ; 

yb the United ^Mexican Stales. 
Joel R. Poinsett, Envoy Extraordinary and Min- 
ister Plenipotentiary, J*Iexico, 9000 1- 
John Mason, jr. Secretary of Legation, do. 2000 

To the Republic of Colombia. 
jUichard C. Anderson,'*' Minister Plenipotentiary, 
I Bogota, 9000 

JBeaafort T. V.'atts, Secretary of Legation, do. 2000 

To the Empire nf Brazil. 
Condy Raguct, Charge d'AiTaires, jiiodejcyieiro^ 450-0 \ 
To the Central Itepublic of America. j • 

j William Miller, Charge d'Alfaires, Guateinala^ 4500 

To the Itepublic of Buenos Ayres. 
John M. Forbe??, Charge d' Affaires, BumosA>jrcs^ 4500 

7^0 the Govcrmneni of Cyle. 
iSamncl Earned, Secre-tarv of Lepation, Si. Jago 

de Chile, " ■" 20C0 



C0^SUL5 OF THF. LNITED STATES TO THE P0WER3 OF 
BARB ART. 

At ./3/i;v"t;r5.—- Willi am Slialcr, Consul General, 

Algiers, 4000 ^ 

At r,xn2s.— Charles: .D. Cox, Consul, Tunis, 2(X;0;|, 
At 2Vipo/i.— Thomas D, Anderson, do. Tripoli, 2000 1 
I In Jlorocco.— J oliXi Muilowny, do. TangitrSy £000 
" 11 

*Die J al CaitLagena, on the 24lh July, lS-26, oa lus way to Pannij 



r 


51 


^"^1 


CONSULS A>D COMMKKC 


rAL AG EMS OF THE CIVITLD 1 


sTAxrs. 


1 


\Li the United Kin^dora 


-if Great Britain and Ireland \ 


and Us dtpendenrAen. 


1 


Names and offi«?s. 


ResiJeiice. Competisation. j 


|Tliomns Aspiuwall, Ajs 


nt 




1 for claims and tor sea- 


2000, 


; tnsn, and Coiiaid, 


London, 


j. Tames JJaury, 


liiverpool. 


Fe-s.j 


Herman Viewer, 


Brit^tol, 


do. : 


Robert W. Fox, 


Falmouth, 


do. 1 


Thomas Were Fox, 


FlyiAouth, 


do. ! 


: William Davy, 


Kingston upon H. 


do. 


Robert R. Hunter, 


Cowes, L of W. 


do. j 
do. I 


JoalHart, 


Lreith, 


David Walker, 


Glasgow, 


do. j 




Dublin, 
Cork, 


do. 1 
do. > 


i Jacob Mark, 


Samuel Luke, 


Belfast, 


do. 1 


1 Bernard Henry, 


Gibraltar, 


do. i 


Martin Bicknian, 


Isle of Franco, 


do. 


; Thomas Wynn^, 


Turk's Island, 


do. 


j*Wra. R. IliginbDuiam, 


Bermuda, 


do. : 


i*John Storr, 


Nassau, 


do. 1 


■Robert M. Harrison, 


8t. Christ, &l Antigua 


do. 1 


! Edmund Roberts, 


Demerara, 


do. 


! Peter Lanraan, 


Kingston, Jam. 


do. 1 


|CharlesL. Bartlett. 

1 In the Kms^'Mwi of F 


Is. of Trinidad, 


do. 


ranee and its dependencies. 1 


Isaac Cox Barnet, Agent 


1 


i for claims and for sea- 


! 


\ meD, acd Consul, 


Paris, 


do. i 


D.miel Strobel, 


Bourdeanx, 


do. i 


■Joshua Dods'e, 


Marseilleg, 


do. . 


{Francis C. Fenwick, 
jFlward Church, 


Nantes, 


do. \ 


L'Oriente, 


do. ' 


j Reuben G. Beasley, 
•Francis Benjamin Faare 


Havre de Grace, 


do. 1 


s,Is. of Guadaloupe, 


do. ' 


Silas Marean, 


Is. of Martinique, 

iiJtinguisbed by (*) 


do. ; 


I * Cemmercial A-rontg are d 







™j 


Names and oilkes. 


Residence. Conir 


enbiutioir 


Alexander tie Tubeuf, 


Cette, 


Fees.; 


James Joseph Debessa 


La Rochelle, 


do. . 


In Ihs E 


npire of Russia. 




'Abraham P. Gibson, 


Si. Petersburg', 


do. ] 


In the K 


ngdoni of Spain, 


; 


1 Alexander Burton, 


C^diz, 


do. t 


illichardMcCall, 


Barcelona, 


1 1 
GO. 1: 


Obadiah Rich, 


ValeR«.'ia, 


^0. 


George G. Barrel!, 


Mal.ga, 


do. 


|Robcjrt J^.Iontgomery, 


Alicante, 


do. 


i^b-awcisco Xavicr de Ealo,liiIbon, 


do. , 


George W. Hubbel, 


Is. of Manilla, 


do» 


1 


Is. of T --.neriife, 
CO, Balearic Islands, 


do, ! 
do. i 


George Theodore Ladi 


:=• Thomas M. Rodney, 


Havaana, 


do. 


* James Baker, 


Trmd. de Cuba, 


do. 1 


j*Jatnes J. Wright, 


St. Jagode Cuba, 


do, ! 


*Le\vis Shoemaker, 


Matanzas, 


do. 1 




Porro Rico, 
gdovi 'f Fortugal. 


do. 1 


In the Kin 


Israel P- Hiitchinson, 


Lisbon, 


do. i 


i 


0!>orto, 

Is. of Madeira, 


do. i 


John H. Marsh, 


do. 


John B. Dabney, 


FavRl, 


do. . 


Samuel Hodg. b. jr.^ 


Cape de Verd Is. 


do. 1 


Li the Uniisd Kh 


gdor.is of til e JV^ ther lands. ■ 


John W. Parker, 


A< iBtordam, 


do. ! 


{Emanuel Wambersio, 


Rotr.^idam, 


do. ! 


JiCor'es Barnett, 


Antwerp, 


do. 


1 Thomas Trask, 


Suni.am, 


do. i 


Cortland L. Parker, 


Is. of Curracoa, 


do. ! 


Johr. Shillaber, 


Battavia, 


do. : 


Louis Mark, 


Otitend, 


do. ! 



In the Kin-i^dom of Sweden, Sf JS^ort'my, S^- dependencies': \ 
David Erskine, Stockholm, Ao. i i 

C. A. jMurray, Goihentjurg, do. if 

! Henry Janson, jr. ChristianBand, do. 

iHugli Steele, St. Bartholomew?, do. 

i III the Kingdom of Denulark and dependencies, 

i John Rainala, Copenhagen. do. 





o3 




1 A'a-iiiW aua otilci. 


i.Vtiai.i«liOii. iltjln'JCl 


J-ilH<J.l 


,Ral>ert Juqaoa, 


Ls. or Saiita Cruz, 


Fee.,.' 


■^Nathan Levi, 


Is. ol"St. Thomas, 


do. 


'* Joseph Ilid2;\va7, 


Is. of St. Croix, 


dtr. 


j Li the Kingdom of Prussia. 


f 


John Godfrey LokeVj 


Elbcrlield, 


do. ! 


1 //J Gcruuuvjy- 


-Ilaiineaiic Tcvjns. 


1 


; Edward Wyer, 


Hanibur^s 


do. ' 

do. ' 


'FredcjricJ.\VilobcIhaasen,Ei'e»neii, 


Joseph Hill Clark, 


Luboc, 


do. ; 


; I;i l^usccui'j, Strdiiuay 


and the E.i^pirc of Aiuh 


'in. 1 


iThonias Appli'ton, 


Lc2:horn, 


do. i 


Ju.Ti3rf Aiubro^io, 


Floroacj, 


do-, t 


;' Robert Caaipb jll, 


GoHOtti, 


do. • 


j Victor A. Suss^nio, 


Nice, 


do. 
do. : 


j Gf3org-e Moore, 


Trieste, 


Li Utd Roi.iju Stidis, a 


id la tlie Kia^doni rf Lhc 


.'... 1 


5 


icilics. 


t 


; Felix Cicog-nini, 


City of Rome, 


do. i 


' Alexander Haminett J 


Naples, 


do. i 


■Heury Preble, 


Palermo, 


do. 1 


: John iiroadbent, 


^dGsSiilu^ 


do. 


! i-i 


Si'iiyrna. 




1 David Oilier, 


Smyrna, 


do. 


1 ' Li 


Mexico. 


1 


James Sinith Wileocks, 


Mevieo, 


do. 


George R. RouGrUcn, 


Tampico, 


do. i 


Thouias Reilej, 


Ag-uatulco, 


txo. \ 


Harvey Greo-o-, 


Acapulco, 


do. : 


' V7il!iarii Ta:;Sr, 


La Vera Cruz & AI- 


1 


i 


varado. 


do. i 


Daniel \V. Saiith, 


Refugio on the Ptio 


1 




Grande, 


do. j 


' Jcsliaa Pilcher, 


China uhua, 


do. \ 


Augustus Storrs, 


City Santa Fe, 


do. i 


iJaiujsW. McGoffln, 


Saltillo, 


do. i 


i In the Republic c,f Colombia. 




: John ^i. ]UacphersoL, 


Carthagena, 


do. 


'. Rob3rt K. Lowry, 


La Guayra, 


do. 


Harris E. Fudger,* 


Santa Martha* 


do. 


* MurderaJ at Bogota, July 


13, 13-36. 





\' 


54 




Names and offices. 


Residence. Comp 


crisation' 


William Wheelright, 


Guayaquil, 


Fees. 


Abraham B. Nones, 


Maracaybo, 


do. 


Franklin Litchfield, 


Porto Cabello, 


do. 


Alfred Seton, 


Angostura, 


do. 


In the 


Empire of Brazil. 




Wm. H. D. C. Wright, ' Rio'de Janeiro, 


do. 


• Woodbridge Odlin, 


St. Salvador, 


do. 


John T. Mansfield, 


Pernambuco. 


do. 


Jose dos Santos Montiero, Maranhao, 


do. ; 


Joshua Bond, 


Montevideo, 


do. 


Leonard Corning, 


Is. of Maranham, 


do. , 


In Guatemala. 




Charles Savage, 


Guatemala, 


do. 


In La Plaku 




George W. Slacum, 


Buenos Ay res, 
In Chile. 


do. 


Michael Hogan, 


.Valparaiso. 
In Peru. 


do. 


William Tudor, 


Lima, 


do. 


Haijl 


", [St. Domingo.) 




*Andrew Armstrong 


Port au Prince, 


do. 


' *JamGs A. Kolden, 


Aux Cayes. 


do. 


*James E. Brice, 


Cape Haytien, 


do. 


Scmdiokh Islands. 




j*John C. Jones, jr. 


In China. 


<3o. 


i John R. Thomson, 


Canton, 


do. 


TREAS UR Y DEPA R TJIE.YT. 






SECRET ARY. 




1 Ptichard Ruch, 


Washington Cily, 


gGOOO 


1 CHIEF CLEKK. 




i Edward Jones, 


do. 

CLERKS. 


2000 


James L. Anthony, 


do. 


IGOO 


1 Asbury Dickins, 


do. 


IGOOi 


1 Thomas Dungan, 


-do. 


1400J 


Samuel M. McKean, 


ilo. 


1400j 


Robert Newell, 


do. 


3 



Names aad offices. RotJi'lence. Compensation., 

JFeter G. Washington, Washing-ton City, 11501 

JGeorge H. Richards, do. 1000 

MESSENGERS. 

John Connel, do* 750 

A. R. Watson, do. 300 

OFFICERS OF TICE MINT. 

i Samuel Moore, Director, Philadelphia, 1^2000 

I James Rush, Treasurer, do. 1200i 

I Adam Eckfeldt, Chf. Coin. do. 1500; 

Josh, Richardson, Assayer, do. 1500 

Joseph Cloud, melter and 

refiner, do. 15001 

Wm. Kneass, Engraver, do. 1200 

Geo. Elirenzelier, Treasur- 
er's clerk, do. 700 



I 



WAR DEPARTMENT. 

SECRETARY. 

\ I^Gjnes and ofFices. Residence. Compensation. 

■James Barbour, Washington^ City, 6000 

CHIEF CLEBK. 

Cliristopher Van De Venter, Washington City, 2000; 

ADJUTANT general's OFFICE. 

Brooke Williams, Washington City, 1150 

Uolm- M. Hepburn, do. lOOO 



ARMY LIST. 

Ger.era.] Staff. Rank. 

Jacob Brown, Major General. 

Edmund P. Gaines, Brigadier Gen. M. G. brevet. 

Winfield Scott, Brigadier Gen. M. G. brevet. 

Thomas S. Jesup, Brigadier Gen. Qr. M. G, 

Roger Jones, Adjutant General iSz: Col. 

John E. Wool, Inspector General &. Col. 

Samuel B. Archer, Inspector General & Col. 

William Linnard, Quarter-Master & Major. 

Henry Stanton, Quarter-Master 4l Major-. 



5(1 

All FY DEFARTMEjYT. 

SECUHTAUY. 

Names and offices. Resitleirce. Compensal.ion. 

Samuel L. SoutimrJ, V/asiiington City, gGOOO 

CHIEF CLKRK. 

Cliarlcs Ilay, Washisgton City, 2000 



OFFICERS OF TH I?. CUSTOMS IN VERMONT. 

I Charles K. Willianas. Collector, Burlinjjlon. 

John Jay Lang-don, Deputy Col- 
lector and Iii.?'>Gctor, do. 

Archibald W. Hyde, do. Wind-Mill Point. 

Danford Mott, do. do. 

! Israel P. Rioharusoii, do. Svvnnton. 

I Robert L. Paddock, do. Highgate. 

i David M. Camp, do. Derby. 

lira Camp, do. do. 

; John S. Webster, do. Berkshire. 

iLyman Cashing, do. Franklin. 

I Zoroaster Fisk, do. Albarjrh. 

I Roger Enos, Inspector, Ira8burp;h. 

jSeth Cushman, do. Guildhall. 

John Seckwith, do. Sutton. 

RA TES OF fUstJiG E. 
Single Ldters, for any distance not exceedinj:^ 30 
'miles, 6 cents ; over 30 and not exceeding liO miles, lu 
jcents; over 80 and not exceeding 150 milco, 12 1-2 
jConts; over 150 and not exceednag 400 miles, lo 1-2 

cents; over 400 niilo:^, 25 cents. 

j Double letters are double, tj^iple lette;*s are triple, 
I and quadruple letters are quadruple of these rates. 
IA pac/rety the weight of one ounce, the rate of four 
'single letters ; and in like proportion for oae of a great- 
jcr weight. 

I Ship leilers, originally received at an office for Jc- 
j livery, 6 cents. 

JVcwspapers, one cent; but if carried over 100 miles, 

1 1-2 cents; not to exceed 1 cent when not carried 

out of the state where printed. 

I Magazines and Pamphlets per sheet, not exceeding 
1 50 miles, 1 cent; from 50 to 100 miles, 2 cents. 



L^^ITED ST\TES CEXSUS I\ 1790, 1^00, ItflO, ^ 



1790. 



StTtes 4- Teritories. — 
Mains, 98,540 

X.Hampshire, 141,885 



378,787 

68,3-25 
237,946 

85,539 
340,120 
181,193 
434,373 

59,094 
319,728 
747,610 
393,751 
2-40,07"! 

82,548 



I R. Island, 
I : Coanecticut, 

[ Vermont, 

: New-York, 

Pennsylvania, 
iD^jlaware, 
iMsryland, 
: Virginia, 
X. Carolina 
S^ Carolina 
Georgia. 
Alabama, 
ilississippl 
iLoirisiana, 
Tennessee, 
; Kentucky, 
Ohio, ) 

N. ¥/. Ter. i 
lii-dinna^ 
Iliiuois, 
Jflissouri, 
M. Territory,. 
An Territory, 
Dist. Columbia, 

Total, 3,92y,32d 



35,691 
73,677 



IfcOO. 

151,719 
183,853 
422,845 

69,122 
251. OOJ 
154,465 
586,050 
211,149 
602,548 

64,273 
3 49,692 
886,149 
478,103 
345,594 
162,686 

8,850 



405,605 

220,455 

55,364 

5,641 



14,093 



1810. 

228,705 
214,460 
472,040 

76,931 
261,942 
217,895 
959^049 
245,562 
810,091 

72,674 
330,546 
974,622 
555,500 
415,115 
252,433 

40,352 

20,845 
261,727 
405,511 
230,760 

24,520 

12,282 

20,845 

4,762 

f 
24,0231 



1S20. 



498,355 
244,161 
523,287 
ob,05'.^' 
275,248 
235,764 

1,372,812 
277,573 

1,049,45 

72,749 
-407,350 

1,065-366 
638,829 
502,741 
340,989 

J 127,901 

I 75,448 
153,407 
422,613 
564,317 
581,434 

147,178 
55,211 
66,586: 
8,896' 
14,2461 
33.039 



5,31 9,762! 7,237,903! 9,637,999 



FREE ^VHITE CITIZENS IX THE U. STATES, 1S20. 



Under 10 years 
From 10 to 16 

jFi-oni 16 to 26 
Frona 26 ta 4S 

: Over 45 

Total free whitp 



1,345,220 
612,535 
776,150 
763,033 
495,065 

3,995,053 
citizens 



Females: 

1,280,550 
605,348 
781,371 
736,600 
462,788 



3,866,657 



I 

7,861,710; 



mijiLmimaM 






8 1^ 


1 


'J^\BLE OF I 
Maine 


ELECTORAL VOTES. 


9 


votes — Districts, 


o 


New- Hampshire 


8 


do. do. 


3 


Massachusetts 


15 


do. do. 


4 


Rhode-Island 


4 


do. do. 


i 5 


Connecticut 


8 


do. do. 


1 6 


Vermont 


7 


do. General ticket, 


7 


New- York 


3G 


do. Districts, 


3 


New-Jersey 


8 


do. General ticket, 


i 9 


Pennsylvania 


28 


do. do. 


10 


Delavv^are 


3 


do. Legislature, 


11 


Maryland 


11 


do. Districts, 


12 


Virginia 


34 


do. General ticket. 


13 


North-(^arolina 


IS 


do. do. 


14 


South-Caroliaa 


11 


do. Legislature, 


15 


Georgia 


9 


do. do. 


16 


Tennessee 


11 


do. Districts, 


17 Kentucky 


14 


do. 3 Districts, 


18 


Ohio 


IG 


do. General ticket, 


19 


Indiana 


5 


do. Legislature, 


20 IHmoH 


3 


do. Districts, 


21 


Missouri 


3 


do.— do. 


22 


Louisiana 


5 


do. Legislature, 


23 


Mississippi 


3 


do.— General ticket, 


24 Alabama' 


5 


do. do. 






261 




1 


Term out. 




SITUATION, EOU^DARTES AND EXTENT. 


T. 


[E state of Vermont 


is situated between 42 de- 


lorrees 


and 44 minutes, and 45 deirrees nortli latitude;! 


jand between 1 degree 43 


rainutes, and 3 dcgi-ees 36! 


■ minutes of cast long-ituc 


e from Philadelphia. It is' 


1 bounded on the east 


bytl 


le west line of Connecticuti 


I river 


which separates 


it from New-Hampshire ; on the' 


1 south 


by Massachusel 


ts; on the north by the 45th do-! 

1 



gree of north latitude, -".vhich separates it from Lower- 
Canada ; and on the west, by the state of New-York ; 
jfrora w-hich it is separated by the west line of the towns 
jof Pewnal, Bennington, Shaftsbury, Arhnglon, Sand- 
•gate, Rupert, Pawlet, Wells and Poultney, and by the 
middle of the deepest channel of Poultney river, East 
pay and Lake Champlain. Its mean width is 65 miles, 
.and mean length 157 1-2 miles, it contains 10,'237 1-2 
square miles, or 0,552,000 acres. 

DIVISION. 

The state of Vermont is divided into 13 counties, 
which are subdivided into 245 township* and IG gores. 
jThe townships are generally about six miles square ; 
the gores are much smaller. The names of the coun- 
ties and shire towns, and the number of towns and 
gores in each county, in 1824, arc exhibited in the fol- 
lowing 

TABLE. 



Counlies. 


Shire Towns. 


1 


5 


Addison, 


Middlebury, 


23 


1 


Bennington, 


S Bennington, } 
} Manchester, \ 


17 




Caledonia, 


Danville, 


17 


3 


Chittenden, 


Burlington, 


16 


1 


Essex, 


Guildhall, 


18 




Franklin, 


St. Albans, 


19 


2 


Grand-Isle, 


North-Hero, 


5 




Orange, 


Chelsea, 


17 




Orleans, 


Irai^burgh, 


23 


1 


Rutland, 


Rutland, 


26 




Washington, 


Montpeher, 


17 




Windham, 


Newfane, 


24 4 


Windsor, 


Woodstock, 


23 1 1 




Total, 


245 |I6 



For a particular description of the rivers, lakes, isl- 
ands, soil, productions, &c. see ThoryipsorC s Gazetteer 
of this state, an interesting and valuable work, lately 
published. 



! CO 

I — ■ ^ 

GOVER.NMEJST. || 

I The pregent Constitution of Vermont was aiiopted 
!by the Convention holden at Windsor, July 4, 1793. 
iAccording' to which, the legislative powers are vested, 
in a house of representatives, chosen annually hy the, 
:frcemen of each organized town, on the first Tuesday: 
of September, of such persons as shall have resided in: 
:the state two years. j 

{ The Executive Powers are vested in the Suprci^ne^ 
lExecutive Council, which consists of a Governor,' 
LieuteJiont Governor, and twelve persons chosen by' 
the freemen of the state, at their meeting holden ini 
each tov.-n, on the first Tuesday of September annual-: 
ly. In addition to the usual executive powers, the| 
Governor and Council have power to revise and pro-| 
pose amendments to the laws passed hj the House ofl 
Representatives; end if the amendments are not con-i 
(curred in by the house, to suspend their passing until! 
Itho next gession of the Legislature. J 

j The House of RepiTjsentatives has power, in can- 1 
Ijunction with the Governor and Council, to elect, an-| 
iiually, Judges of the Supreme, County and Probatef 
C'ourts, SheritTs, Justices of the peace, State's Attor-| 
•nies, and Directors of the State Bank, and in case ofj: 
vacancy, Major Generals and Brigadier Generals. 1 
The annual se::sl'»n of the Legislature is at Montpe-| 
lier, on the second Thursday of October. 



fl 



For the qfficerc of the Goveimr<yint of Vermont sfaice its\^ 
or^ardzativn — See Register of 1 827. 



TO THE L0VEK3 OF GOOD BEE?... 

Put two quarts of niolasses into a keg often gallons 
cool water. — Boil two ounces allspice, two ounces | 
ginger, two ounces hops, and half a pint of Indian! 
mea), in two or three quarts of water, about an hour- 
strain it into the keg while hot, add one pint of yenslf 
— shake it v*^ell together — stop the keg nearly air tigli 
and let it stand about twenty-four hours, v/hen it \vi 

'I 



|be fit for use. '^^ 



^61^ 

FOR THE rOI.TTICAL YEAR, 

Ccrmmencins; October, 1827, and eiidir.s: Odoher, 1828. 



Rutland. 



His Ex. m^'B.^ B^TE^^, Waterbury, 

r.OVEKNCR. 

His Hon. HSHmr ©2.21f, Leicester, Lt. Governor 
COUxNClLLORS. 
Bennwgfdn, Orsamus C. Merrill, 

Windham, John Roberts, 

Chauncy La:vgdon, ) 
Robert Pierpoixt, ^ 
Addison, Samuel H. Holley, 

Orange, Lyman FrTcrr, 

Chittenden, Jovy C. TII0MPS0^^ 

Washington, George Worthtxgton, 
Caledonia, Be>'jam:>: F. Bemikg, 

Franklin, Setii WETivroRE, 

Orleans, Samuel C. Crafts, 

Essex, David Hoprciy«o!v, jr. 

Daniel Kellogg-, Secretary, Rockingkam. 

Benjamin Stvan, Treasurer, Woocstock. 
Norman Williams, Secretary of State, Wcodstock. 
David Peirce, Auditor, Woodstock. 

Hon. ROBERT B. BATES, Speaker. 

Timothy Merrill, Esq. Cferk. 

Oramel H. Smith, Esq. Ertgrnssir.g Clerk. 
BENNINGTON COUNTY. 
Arlington, Samnel S. Baker, Bennington, HilancI 
Hull, Dorset, John Cochran, Manchesfer, John S. Pet- 
tjbono, Pownal, Stoddard Merchant, Readshoro', Caleb % 
Bailey, Rupert, James Weed, Sandgafr, Joseph Tnt- 
tle, Shaflshury, Nathan H. Bottnm. Sunderland, Jo- 
seph Bradle}% Stamfoixl, Dalmoa N. Stroud, Wood- 
ford, Hyman Tuttle. 

^— aaii ■! Ill III ntw^aig g i T i ii im iM niTm . i i ii ai j i nn i m,u i ) ii ir,r i ia i i timmirTT r^ rm ti im 



I WlNOilAM COUNTY. 

I Aihens, Timothy H. Whitnejr, jBr«i^/e6cro', Lemuel 
\\Yh\VA^j, Brookline, Benjamin Orrasbee, Z)otrr, I)a- 
\viC Eurr, Dnmmerston, Josiah Taft, Gi'aftm, John 
;Ba:rett, Guilford, Dana Hyde, Halifax, James L. 
\Siz.xk, Jamaica, Peter, R. Tail, Londonderry, Samuel 
Arnold, JSIarloorougli, K^imeon Adams, Puine-j, Asa 
jif eyes, 2d., Rockivgham, William Hall, Somerset, Sani- 
bvs?i I'-Zorthingtoii, Slratton, Richard Scott, Townshend, 
' Spaphroditus Ransom, Vernon, Nathan Wood, Wards- 
')oro\ Leland Fairbank, JVestminster, Ebenezer Good- 
|ell, Wkitingham, Schuyler Murdock, JVilmington, 
Sphraim Tyler, Windhain, Benjamin Pierce. 

RUTLAND COUNTY. 

Be;2')G7i, John Kellog-jr, Brandon, Matthew W. Bir- 
chard, Castlctyn, Reuben JMoulton, Cliiitenden, Wol- 
cotc IL Keeler, Clarendon, Oz\e\\l. Jiowvui., Banhy,\ 
David Y^oung, Fairhaven, John P. Colburu, Huhbard- 
ton, Samuel Chcgver, Ira, Leonard Mason, JlUldle- 
lown, Orson Brewster, Mount- Ho Hey, Isaac Dicker- 
man, Orwell, Tra Smith, 2d., Parkerstown, lSiQ.i\mu\ 
FisJier, Pawlet, Return Strong-, Piitsfield, Erastus 
Holt, Pittford, Lyman Granger, Poultney, Almou 
Warner, Rid/and, George T. Hodges, Siicrhnrne, Jo- 
siah Wood, Shrewsbury, Elijah Holden, Sudbury, Bar- 
jnard Eetchum, Tinmrndh, Paine Gilbert, WalUngford. j 
jAmos Biicklin, ?Fc//*, Seth Blossom, JVesl-Haven, Ar- 
te mss Wvman. 

WINDSOR COUNTY. 

Andover, Edward Simons, Barnard, John S. Bick- 
jneii, Bethel, James Wallace, Bridgewaier, Isaiah P^ay- 
mond. Cavendish, Edmund Ingalls, Chester, Jabez Sar- 
y-eunt, Hartford, Wyllys Lyman, Hariland, Albe Lull, 
Ludlow, Asahel Smith, J^urwkh, Thomas Emerson, 
\Po)nfret, Isaiah Tinkham, jr. Reading, SamueJ C; 
^Loveland, Rochester, Daniel Huntington, Royalton,] 
I Jacob Collamer, Sharon, William Steele, Springfield, i' 
Samuel W. Porter, Stockbridgc, Dwight Gay, JFeath-l 
krsjield, John Brown, ?rtsfo;i, Henry Gray, Windsor, \ 
'Abner Forbes, Woodstock, Billy Brown. ' 



ADDISON 

Addison, Aaron Merrill, Bridp'^H, Calviii Solace. 
Bristol, John Howden, CornxtaU, Koraca Jane:-, Fer~ 
risburgh, Dauiel Marsh, Hctnccict, Charles Church, 
Kingston, Benjamin Pinney, Leicester, Perley Enos, 
Lincoln., Oliver W. Eurnharn, Jfiddlcbury, Robert B. 
Bates, J\fonkto7i, John Smith, .Xeis-Uaven, David P. 
Xash, Pantcm, Enoch Kent, Sulishury, Aaron Bar- 
rows, Skorehcmi, Silas H. Jenison, Starkhoro\ Ehjali 
Ferguson, Vergenncs, Noah Ilawley, Waliflani, Beers 
Tomlinson, Warren, James Buttorheld, Weyhridge, 
Wightman Chapman, JVkiting, Moulton JS'eedhani. 
ORANGE COUNTY. 

Bradford, George W. Piichard, Braintree, Rufus 
Huichiuson, Broakfietd, Frederick Griswold, Chc'sea. 
Harris E. G. McLaughhn, Corinth, William -Spencer, 
Fairlee, Phinehas Bailey, ^Yewuwy, Timothy Shedd, 
Orange, Luther Carpenter, Bandolph, Jacob K. Par- 
ish, Strafford, Nathan Young, Thetford, Israel H. 
Smith, Topsham, Jonathan Jenness, Tunhridge, Jame? 
Hutchinson, Versbire, Nathaniel Jones, jr., tVashing- 
[toji, Asa Burton, We&t-Fairlee, Isaac Lyon. Williams- 
Itoiim, Darius Pride. 

CHITTENDEN COUNTY. 

BoUen, John Pinneo, Burlington, Benjamin F. Bai- 
ley, Charlotte, William Noble, ^Colchester, Noah Wol- 
cott, Essex, Marshal Castle, Ilintsburgh, Nathan Lea- 
venworth, Huntington, James Ambler, jr., Jcriro, Tru- 
jman Galusha, Milton, Phelps Smith, Richn^ond, Na- 
|thaFi Fay, S/i^/6unze, LeviComstock, Sf. George, Rcu- 
iben Lockwood, Underhill, Cyrus Birge, Westford, Zi- 
ba Woods. [ 

WASHINGTON COUNTY. j 

Barre, Phinehas Thompson, j^^r/wi, James Sawyer, I 
\Calais, Lovel Kelton, Duxhury, Nathan Huntley, El-\ 
more, Jonathaji Bridge, Fayston, Jotham Carpenter,; 
MarshJleUl, William Martin, Middlesex, Holden Put-i 
nam, Jlonfpelier, William Upham, Moretoum, David; 
Belding, JVurthJleUl, John Starkweather, Piainjield,'i 
Jeremy Stone, Roxhvry, Isaiah Shaw, Stoice, Benja-j 



|niin Chapman, Jfaitfsjield^ Jenison Jones, Waierbury^ 
lAmasa Pride, Wurceiitei\ Nathan A Jams. 

i CALEDONIA COUNTY. 

\\ Barnet^ Homy Stevens, Burke^ Ira Walter, Cnhcjt,^\ 
ll Jeromiali Babcock, Danville, WilJiam A. Pahnor,' 
^Groton, Septimus Lathrop, Hardwick^ Levi Gootlrich, 
fKirbp, Ebenezer Damon, L,yruhm^ Job Randall, JVew;- j 
Inrk, Eleaser Packer, Pejcham^ Josiah ghe(;id,i2r/^i;-aif%j 
t William (jray, Suef/ield, Joseph IL Ingalk, SL Johns- 
^hiiry, Ariel Aldrich, Sutton, John Beckwith, Walden, 
ll James B;7ll, Wateiford, Sylvamis Heitimin^way, JVkcc- 
flacky Josiah Lane, JFood'buri/, Benjamin Fowler. 

FRANKLIN COUNTY. 

■' Bakcrsfield, Silas B. Hazeltine. Berkshire, Cromwell 
Bowen, Cambridge, Nathan Smilie, Enosburg/i, Jehial 
R. Barmm,!, Fairfax^ I^rastus SaiTord, Fairjield^ Joabi 
Smith, Fletcher, Elias Bingimm, Franklin, Zeri Ci'.sh-j 
man, Georgia, Joel Barber, jr. Highgate, Thomas Best, 
'Johnson, David Eoyntoji, Juontgomery, Henry N-l 
Janes, Richf^ird, Sterling Parker, &t. Albans, John 
Smith, Sheldon, James Mason, SicantoUi Timothy 
Foyter. 

ORLEANS COUNTY. 
.■•2;'6a«v/, William Rowell, Barton, Ellis Cobb, Brown- 
Inqton, Jasper Robinson, Charlcdori, Jonas Alleii, 
Cra/ls-bury, Iliram Mason, Covenlri/, John Ide, Derby J. 
Benjamin Hinman, Glover, John Boardman, Greena- 
J>orough, Samuel Hill, Holland, Truman I'Virchild, jr.| 
lUr/depark, x\bner Flanders, Irasburgh, Ira II. Allon,; 

liK^liyvale. Jolin Harding, JJargan, Ira Leavens, Edcn,\ 
I Jonas Stone, Morridoxon, Asa Cole, Mnvport, lava-d' 
S. Scott, Salem, Ephraim Blake, Tz-o^/, Frederick Fal- 
lor, JVtst^eld, Jairus Stebbius. 

ESSEX COUNTY. 

Brun-iwlck, David Hyde, Canaan, Oliver Ingliam, 
Concord, Dyer Hibbard, Granby, Joseph Cleason, 
\GuildhaU, SethCushman, Leniington, ZebinaBlo'lget, 
\Cunenburgh, Azariah Webb, jr., Maldaloice, Jesse 
Muf'h, Mmhcad, John M. Frciich. 



65 

GRAND ISLE COUNTY. 

Alburgh, Thomas Mott, Grand Me, James Brown. 
Jr\>rfh Hero, Benjamin Butler, 2d., South Hero, Bena- 
jah Phelps, Vineyard, Ezra Pike, jr. 

Rev. Thomas Goodwillie, Chaplain, 
Rawsel R. Keith, Shcrif, 
Azel Spalding, jMcssengcr, 
William Billings, Door-keeper, 

Alvan Carter, ) ^/y- i- .r rr 

A 1 Av ^ n > Officers of the House, 

Araunah i\iarb,aall, ) -^ ^ 



The judiciary powers ol' the state are vested in a 
Lsnpreme court, consisting of lour justices, chosen eve- 
jry year, by the legislature; a county court consisting 
of three justices, the chief justice being one of tiio 
justices of the supreme court, chosen in the same 
inanner, who hold courts twice a year in their respec- 
tive counties; and jutslices of the peace appointed in 
the same manner. 

SUPREME COURT. 
Richard Ski>'ner, Chief Justice. 

SaMUEI, PRErsTISS, Ist^ 

Titus Hutchinson, 2d > Assistant Jttslices. 
Bates Turner, 3d S 



COUNTY APPOINTMENTS, TOWN OFFICERS,&c. 

RENMXGTON COUNTY. 

Sylvanus Danforth, 1 ^ • ^ * r *- 
Rteplien Robinson, \ "^'^'^^^^^ '^^'^^<^^'' 
Samuel Canfield, Sheriff. 
Henry Robinson, High Bailiff. 
Phinehas Smith, State's Attorney. 
Jonathan Draper, Judge of Probate for the District 

of Bennington. 

Milo h' Bennett, Judge rf Probate for the District 

cf Manchester. 



F? 



I " t;6 

II Ai?a. Hytle, Jonathan Hunt, James ilubbelJ, Corn 
jmissiviners of jail delivery for Uenniiigton district. 

j Ezra Ishaia, Cyrus Munson, Aaron Baker, Cot." 
Imisfcioners of jail delivery for Manchester district. j 
I ^ylvanus rianfovth, David Henry, Nathan li. Bot- 
^jtuin, Julius Beebe, and James Wheaton, Road Com- 
nissioners. | 

j| Arlmgfon.—JusUcQs : R,euben BarHey, Sylvester' 
ilDoraing', Cyrus Cantield, Samuel Wilrrjot, Jonathan! 
ijBakor," Asahel Hard, John Arnold, Elishu Hav/iey i 
SiTown Clerk: Anson Canfield. First Constable:] 
jLeOiUel Hawley. Selectmen : Samuel Wilmot, Snm-| 
iuol Buck. Clergy : J. Howland Coit, Ep. Cyrus W.| 
Hodi^-es, Bap. Attorney : Phhiehas Smith.. Physi- 
cians: Simeon Littletieid, Aaron M'Kee, Marsholl 

jLittleliekl, — ™ Johneon. Postmaster: Sheldon 

Judson, 

I Benmn-'ion.—:h\sViCcs'. Wiilism Henry, Davicl 
liRobinson, jr., Uriah Edo-erton, Charlea Cushman, 
[Aaron Pi^obinson, Luman Norton, James Hubbell, Sol- 
omon Saftbrd, Asa Hyde, Elijah FiImore,_Stebbins 
VValbridf^e, Green Blackmer, Lyman Patchin, Jacob 
Lyon, Alson Squires, Henry Robinson, Danus Clark, 
Hen-i'y Harwood, Samuel H. Blackmer. Tov/n Clerk: j 
Wilham I-Iaswell. First Constable: Reuben Robin-! 
son. Selectmen: Charles Cushman, Green Black-! 
im?f, Samuel Loomis, Aaron Sherwood, Daniel Break- 1 
enridire. Cler^ry : Daniel A. Clarke, cong. Attor-j 
inies:' David Robinson, jr., O. C. Merrill, Uel M. Ro-| 
ibinson, Henrv Kellogg, Daniel Church, Hiland Halki- 
iSamuel H. Blackmer, Picrpont Isham, John S. Rob-j 
iinson, James Hubbell, Truman Squier. Physicians ;| 
iNoadiah Swift, Heman Swift, George W. Gilbert. | 
liPostmaster : William Haswell. _ i 

1} JQorifiL— Justices : Stephen Martindale, Jopoph 
iLoach, Azel Morse, Sylvanus Sykcs, Martin Kent, 
i;n.umphrey Richardson, Robert Bloomer, Albemarle 
I Williams, Zalmon Barniun. Town Clerk : Azel 
IMorse. First Constable : William S. Martindale. 
Selectmen : Sylvanus Sykes, John Chapmarj. Cler- 
lo-v : William Jackson, cong., John Wbitehorn, meth. 



!,_ ^1 ! 

Iphysicians : Morse, Walter Shiimway. Post- j 

;iiiaster5 : Johnson Marsh, Paddock Gray. i 

i Land^-rove. — Justices: Simeon Leland, Gideon Da- 'i 
vis, jr. Reuben Holt, Stephen Dow. |i 

I Manchester. — Jitstices : Joel Pratt, Joshua FrenchJ* 
Leonard Sargeant, Samuel C. Raymond, Wm. Smith,; 
iLorain Dean, Chester Clark, William Denedict, Jauies 
iWheaton, Jolm S. Pettibo-ne, Gideon Burrit. Town 
Clerk : Chester Ciark. First Constable : John H. 
Stone. Selectmen: James Wheaton, Josiah Burton,} 
John S. Pettibone. Clergy: W. P. Reynolds, bap.,' 
Abraiiam Brownson, epis. Attornies : Calvin Shel- 1 
'den, Leonard Sargeant, Milo L. Bennett, John Aiken,! 
Daniel Wellman. Physician? : E. Isham, W. W. ! 

Waters, Dunton, R. Thatcher, G. Tathill.| 

Postmaster : Walter 1. Sheparu. I 

Peru. — Justices: Peter Dudley, Samuel Stone, Jo-j 
siah Barnard, Reuben Bigolow. |; 

FownaL — Justices: Perry Jevvett, John Mooar, Jo-| 
siah Wright, Timothy Ware, Nathan Varin, Daniel | 
(jardner, Benjamin Gardner, Ethan Brown, Elijah 
Barber, Samuel Wright, Augustus Starkweather.] 
Town Clerk: Sylvanus Danforth. First Constable : 
Solomon Bennett. Selectmen : L. Stanton, T. Albro,! 
C. Barber. Clergy : Benjamin Gardner, bap. 



Green, bap. Bennett, bap. Attorney : E. D. 

Spencer. Physician : B. F. Morgan. Postmaster : 
Josiah Wrig!;t. 

i Rupert. — Justices : Grove Moore, Abraham C. 
Sheldon, John Ilarwood, Nathan Burton, David Shel- 
don, jr., Henry Sheldon, Bernice Raymond, Joseph 
Parktr. Toun Clerk : Henry Sheldon. First Con- 
stable : Ruel Harvey. Selectmen : Seth Moor, Jo- 
seph Hastings, Simon Page. Clergy : David Will- 
son, cong., Trumble, bap. Attornies : Nathan 

Burton, Isaac Sherman. Physician : Henry Sheldon. 
Postmaster : David Sheldon. 

Re.iidsboro. — .lusticcs : Jonathan Houghton, Rich- 
ard Carpenter, Henry Holbrook, Horace Thompson, 
Frastus Hall. Town Clerk : Jonathan Houghton, 
t'irst Constable; Elijah Bailey. Selectmen: James 



_G8 

lUarpenter, Juco© Ilix, James Davenport. Clergy : j 

' lauios Carpenter, bap. Jonas Stearns, meth. Simon ■ 
1 Myers, jr. chr. Physician: Joel Ball. Postmanter : ! 
'James Hatch. j 

Sandgttte. — Justices: Thomas Peck, Ira Hurd, John 
H. Bai\dereon, Joseph Tuttle. Town Clerk: George i 
Peck. Fii-st Constable: Stephen Hurd. Selectmen: 
iSamnel Tiiiunae, Ciiarle^ Sayers, Thomas Peck. ^ 
IClergy: Mr. Gorldard, ores. Fhvsician : HemanI 
jTacker. - . . ^ 

Shaftshury. — Justices: Artemas Mattison, Hosea; 
Fuller, 3d. Hiram Barton, Jacob Whitman, Samuel: 
Ames, Nathan L. Crops, Jeremiah Mattison, Nathan' 
H. Bottum. *ro\vn Clerk: Hiram Barton. First; 
Constable : Wrig-lit Spencer. Selectmen : Asa ?Jat- 
tison, Nathan H. Bottum, Amos Galuaha, jr. Cler- 
5;y : Isaiah Mattison, Samuel Savory, Daniel Tmk- 

Jiam, Daniel A. Cobb, baps. Enoch Kinrr, moth. At- 

I^'torney: Nathan Huntington. Phyc'icuins: Daniel 
Hantington, Jonas G. Huntington. Postmaster: 
Jienry Hantington. 
I .Stom/orrf.— Justices : Oils Phillips, Thomas Brat-| 
jton, Jacob Sampson, Stephen C. Millard, John L. '. 
rWilraarth. Tovvn Clerk : Otis Phillips. First Con- 
Istable : .Joseph Mixer. Selectmen : Levi Gilmore, 
- [Samuel Walbar, jr. John L- Wilmarth, Elisha Ray- 
,- |mond, Daniel Oaks. Clergy : George Sampson, bap. 
iPhysician : Isaac Robinson. 

I Sunderland. — Justices: James A. Graves, William 
iLandon, Simeon Hicks, Joseph Bradley. Town Clerk : 
|james A. Graves. First Constable: JohnB. Lathrop.; 
Selectmen : William Landon, Joel Kinney, Mica Jud- 
so«n. Clergy: N. Knights, ep. nieth. Joseph Brad- 
ley, Universalian. Physician : Daniel Hicks. Post- 
master : Gilbert Bradley, 2d. 

Winhall. — Justices : Russe! Day, Benjamin Thatch- 
er, Reuben Brooks, Nathaniel Mellen, jr. Job Leonard. 
Woodford, — Justices : William Park, Andrew Ly- 
man, Joel Hosmer, Hyman Tuttle. Eh Twitchell. 
Town Clerk: William Park. First Constable : Ruel 
Cutter. Selectmen : Joseph C. HolhBter, Andrew 



Lyman, Joel liosmur. Clergy .- Joscrui C. Hoilistv,!-. 

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rnothodis: 



WINDHAM COUNTY. 

JohnRohorts ] ji,,i,i,,,,^ j^.tkes. 
James L. btark, ^ 
■ Paul Chase, Skerif. 
j Aaron Barney, Hiw^i BaUiff, 

I Daniel Kellogg, Stales' AUomei/. 

Lemuel Whitney, Judge of Prohale for ike District 
of JSIfirlhorovgh. 
' Asa Keyes, Judge of Probate for the District of 
I Wesfminstpr. 

j Martin Field, William IL Williams, Josiah Taft, 
lcom)i[ii>;3ioners of jail delivery- 

! Peter R. Taft, Henry Clark, James L. S^ark, 
Pliinehas Vv^hite, and Benjamin Saiith, jr. Road Com- 
aiissicrd. 

1 Acton. — Justices: Ebcnezer Kuntington, Lemuel 
Farwell. j 

i Athens, — Justices: Thaddeus Alexander, Daniel 
Fuller, Abraham Ball, Timothy H. Whitney, Warren j 
■Tinkham, James Bailey, Josepii Tinkham. Town! 
'Clerk: James Bailey. First Constable: Jonathan' 
Colton. iSolectmen : Joseph Tinkham, Abraham Ball, j 
;Thaddeus Alexander. Physician : John Stafford. 
I BralUeboro\ — Justices: Lemuel Whitney, Ehia-i 
•han Allen, James Elliot, Samuel Clark, Russel Fitch, j 
,SLephen Greeuleaf, Francis Goodhue, Samuel Elliot, i 
iE];aphro(litus Seymour, Henry Clark, Emerson Good-| 
louough, Levi Stoddard, John Plumraer, Daniel Mixer,! 
lAsa Green, Wm. F.Hall, Elisha H. M^n, Samuel, 
I Root. Town Clerk : Stephen Greenleaf^'First Con- 1 
'stable : Emerson Goodenough. Selectmen : Seth Her- ! 
Irick, Rufus Clark, Edward Woodman. Clergy: Jon- 
:-.'Jian McGee, Jedediah L. Stark, cong. Attornies: 
'Jonatiian Hunt, Jan^es Elliot, Samuel Elliot, Asa 
JGreen, Wm. F. Hall, Elisha H. Allen. Physicians: 
iLeinuel Dickerman, Russel Fitch, John L. Dicker- 
■man, Philip Hall. Postmaster: Asa Green. 
I BrooJrlhie. — Justices : Thomas Crane, Samuel Steb- 



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bins, Alvan Boydcii, V'v m. Ferry, Asa Flint, Bfujamin 
Ornisbee. Town Clerk: Benjamin Ormsbee. Firsti 
Constable: Anthony Mason. Selectman: Benjamin 
■Jrmsbeo, Thomas Crone, Jacol) Burdett. Clerjify : 
Is:<ac Weihiian, Daniel Cutler, bap. Physician: Wm. 
j Perry. 

Dover. — Justiees : Abner Perry, Reuben Dean, 
Abraham Jones, Gurdnor How, Aaron P. Perry, Dan- 
iel Burr, Ebpnc7,er .Tones, Nathan Dean. Town 
Clerk: David Burr. First Constable: SanuielJones. [; 
|8electmen : David Burr, Silas Gould, Ebenezer Scars. 
Cler<rv Reuben Cuouuino's, cono-. Jlenryll. Hodjres, 
meth. Jam<s Mtinn, Daniel Leonard, f. bap. Physic- 
ian : Jedediah Easterbrook. 

Dunimerston. — Justices : Marslial Miller, Jos. Dun- 
can, Asa Dutton, jr. Rufus Moore, Joseph Dix, David 
Bemin, Asa Boydcn, Samuel Knight, Asa Knight, 
Enos Leonard, Joel Chandler, Josiah Taft. Town 
Clerk: Joseph Dun<ran. First Constable: Lewis 
Henry. Selectmen : Samuel French, Jotham Bur- 
nett, John Clark. Clergy ; Hosea Beckley, cong. 
[Jonathan Huntley, bap. Attorney : Marshal Miller. 
iPhj^sicians: — — Kuapp, — — Walker. Postmaster: 
Lewis Henry- 

Grafton. — .[ustices : Beniamin Dwinnel, Thaddeu.s 
Tayler, Barzillai Burgess, Nathan Wheeler, Artemas 
[Spring, Samuel Walker. Town Clerk: Artemas 
Spring. First Constable: Samuel Walker. Select- 
jmen: ^Nathan Wheeler, Samuel Spring, Samuel Wal- 
!ker. Clergy : Sclah R. Arms, cong. John Sweete, 
bap. Physician: Benjamin Bridgman. Postmaster: 
Nathan Wheeler. 

Halifax. — ^Justices : Darius Bullock. George Board- 
man, Asahel Ballow, Daniel Jones, Jedediah Stark, 
Samuel H. Miner, Wm. Plumb, Isaac Warden, Ben- 
jamin Henry. Town Clerk: Darius Bullock. First 
iConstablc: Luther Edv/ards. Selectmen: James L. 
Stark, Azariah Hall, jr. John Farnr.m. Clergy : Sam- 
|uel Fish, jr. bap. Tl'iomas H. Wood, cong. Attor- 
ney : Jedediali Stark. Physician: Morris Dwight. 
iPostmaster : Thomas LL Wood. 

iriTin i K »,'i n t^-'i~iiTi-ttT — •?"— r — i ' — ^t.^ --,>..— ^^r;.-— ~ in 



I '^1 : 

I GinijorU. — JuHticCiS : Joseph Boyden, Joshua Lynde, 
Aarori Barney, Cyrus Carpenter, Samuel Sikes. John 
'Phelps, Benj. W. Stevens, James Noyes, Ward Bul-| 
lock, Dana Hyde, Amos Billings, Amos Hart. Town* 
Clerk: Ward Bullock. First Constable?: Ruesel 
'Hyde. Selectmen: Isaac Brown, jr. Isaac Noyes, 
! Lovell Bullock. Clergy : Samuel Benton Shaw, epis. ' 
i Benjamin Bucklen, bap. Asa Haynes, meth. Attor-; 
Iney: John Phelps. Physicians: Benjamin W. Ste-^ 
I vens, Dana Hyde, Abel Whitney. Postmasters: Eli-j 
, hu Field, Edward Houghton, jr. I 

'■ Jamaica. — Justices : Ezra Livermore, A.mos! 
Howard, 2d. Nathaniel Cheney, Samuel Eerry,; 
[Timothy Goodale. Alpheus Kellogg, Nathaniel Rob 
bins, Peter R. Taft, Zelotes Skinner. Town Clerk 
Ezra Livermore- First Constable: John Kellogg 
Selectmen : Peter R. Taft, Justus L. Livermore, Pc 
jter Chase. Clergy: Philip Spalding, cong. Joseph 1 
1 Graves, bap. Physician : Moses Chamberlain. Post-|-| 
master: John T. Sumner. j 

I Londomlerri/. — Justices: Thos. S. Tial, LawrcDcc; 
Peirce, Sherman Peirce, Tyler Tinkham, Luther 
Stowell, Samuel Arnold, John Gibson, Joseph Cros- 
by, jr. Tov.m Clerk: Lyman Harrington. First 
Constable: Ruel White. Selectmen: Nathaniel 
Carter, Solomon Hubbard. Elisha White. Clergy:' 
Philetus Clark, cong. Physicians : J. B. Collins, 
kSamuel Burt. Postmaster : Luther Stowell. 

Marlboron^Jb. — Justices: Daniel Halliday, Jonas i 

Whitney, Daniel Mather, Osha Sm.itb, Jesse Cone, 

Simeon Adams. Town Clerk : Ephraim H. Nevvicn : 

First Constable: Jonathan Smith. Selectmen: Plub-, 

ard Winchester, Osha Smith, Wm. Nev.'ton. C lergy : j 

Eph. H. Newton, cong. Lj^nan How, bap. Physi-. 

cian : Ebenezer Tucker, 'postmaster: Jona. Smith.! 

J^^eufane. — Justices: Martin Field, Nathan Stone,' 

Sylvanus Sherwin, Wm. H. Williams, Ephraim Park,: 

! Ebenezer Morse, Pardon T. KimbalK Paul Holland,! • 

j Henry Wheelock, Charles K. Field, David Merrifield.i 

Attornies: Martin Field, Charles K. Field, R. M.! 

iField, Jonathan D. Bradlee. i 



II Fulney. — JusiiCfs; James 1 rirouiiK, i-^iiaa kiaijiu,! 
David Crawford, Asa tVashburn, James Minott, James! 
Kpyer^ Alexander Campbell, Otis Haven, Horace 
Bliss, Asa Keyes, 2d. Attornies : Pliineas White, 
Asa Keyes. 

]lockms;ham. — Justices : David Campbel], Peter 
Wiliiard, Ebenczer Locke, Benjamin Smith, jr. Alex- 
ander S. Campbell, Ctdvin Webb, Ezekiel Weston, 

j Henry Lake, jr. Solomon Wright, Horare Baxter,!' 
Baniel KcUoo-g, Jonathan D. Bradley, David Chand-| 
ler, x'Yrtemos Robbins, H^iram Davis, l^Ianassa Divoll-I 
Town Clerk: A. S. Campbell. First Constable :| 
Edward Darbey. Selectmen: Samuel Cobb, Cyrus 
Lake, Solomon Wright. Clcrjry : Carlton Chase, 
epis. Sereno Taylor, Joseph Elliot, bap. Attornies:! 

jD. Kel!oo-g, H. Baxter, A. S. Campbell, J. D. Brad-|. 
ley. Physicians: John H. Wells, Jeremiah Robins,, 

I Wm. Atchinson, J. B. Chase. Postmasters: Jabez, 

iHiiJs, Royal Earl Lovell. | 

Somerset. — Justices : Hazeltine Rice, Jotham Pike,' 
amuel Worthino^ton, Ephraim Rice, Charles xMorse. | 

I Town Clerk: Hazeltine Price. First Constable: Jo-; 

seph Pike. Selectmen : Jotham Pike, Luther A-lden,t 

John |]. Crosby. | 

Str.ilfon. — Justices : Abel Grout, Moses Forrester,' 

i Asa Philips, Richard Scott. Town Clerk : Asa Phil-| 
lips. First Constable : Ira Scott, jr. Selectmen 
Richard Scott, Stephen Ballard, William G. Pike. 
Townshend. — Justices: Joseph Tyler, Dana Bailey^ 

; Caleb Garfield, Chapin Howard, Epaphroditus Ron-| 
som, Thomas Brown, Joel Chamberlin, Barnard Salis 
bury, Charles Phelps, Arad Holbrook. Town Clerk: 

jEpaphro. Ransom. First Constable : Jacob Allen, jr. 
Selectmen: Charles Phelps, John P. Marsh, Samuel 

i Gray. Clergy : James Kimball, con. Joseph M. 
Graves, bap. Attornies: Epaphro. Ransom, Charles 

I Phelps. Physicians: Joel Chamberlin, Amos Allen, 
W. R. Ranney. Postmasters : John P. Marsh, John 
Fessenden. 

Vernon. — Justices: Cyrus Washburn, Elijah Steb- 
bins, Jacob Frost, Nathan W^ood, Joseph Franklin. 



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I ^3 ,i 

Town Clerk: Cyrus VV^ashburn. First Constable : j 
Isaac Johnson, jr. Selectmen : Cyrus Wasiiburn, 
Joseph Franklin, Benjamin W. Allen. Clergy : Tim. I 
F. Pi-ogers, Unitarian. Physician: Cyrus Washburn. 
Po?tnn.ster: Cyrus Washburn. 

IVardshord'. — Justices: Pearley Fairbank, Free- 
man Holbrook, Ebenezer Peirce, Thomas Barber,] 
Jonathan Robiason, Asa Wheelock, Joseph Converse, 
Peter Hammond, Leland Fairbank. Town Clerk : 
JAsa Wheelock. First Constable: Silas Dexter. 
Selectmen : Freeman Holbrook, Leland Fairbank, 
Nathaniel Ward. Clerjrj^: James Tufts, con. Joseph 
Garabell, bap. Physicians : Paul Wheeler, John P. 
Warren. Postmasler: James Tufts. 

Wedminster. — Justices: Ephraim Ranney, Abiel 
Goodeli, jr. EUeryAlbee, John Smith, Joseph Ranney, 
Josiah Vvilliard, Stephen Tuthill. Town Clerk: 
Timothy Field. First Constable: Alvan Goodell. 
Selectmen : Ebenezer Goodell, Samuel Mason, Ezra 
T. Coan. Clergy: Timothy Field, Sylvester Sag-e, 
c^fn. Attorney: Wm. C. Bradley. Phj'sicians: Ed-j 
'ward R. Campbell, A. Orcatt, SatTord. Post- 
master: Burke. 

Wihiington. — Justices : Jairus Hall, John Pulsi- 
pher, Stephen Presson, Philo Castle, George Ereck- 
onrid;^e, Lancey Forbes, Azor Smith, Ephraim Tyler. 
Town Clerk: Jairus Hall. First Constable: Otis 
Alvord. Selectmen: David Rugg-, George Brecken-! 
ridge, Horace Alvord. Clergy: Mansfield Bruce, 
baptist. Physician: John Pulsipher. Postmaster: 
Ephraim Tyler. 

Windhnm.—'S wsWces: John Aiken, Richard Kel- 
ley, Sam.uel Goddard, Timothy Burton, John Wood- 
man. Zadock Sav/yer, Niles Aid rich, James White. 

rr/t//c";2^-7iaj7i.— Justices: Amos Brown, Ehsha Put- 
jnam, Charles H. Dennison, Emery Grcenleaf, Nathan 
jBrown, Horace Roberts, Henry Closson, Schuvbr 
}M;.ir]ock. Town Clerk: Elliot Brown. First Con- 
stable: Wm. Bond, jr. Selectmen: Anaos! Brown, 
jRufus Carloy, Asa Godfi-ey. Clergy: Amherst 
i Lamb, bap. Ebenezer Davis, meth. Attornies: Hor- 



ice Roberts, Heniy Clos.soii. Fiiysicic-iis : iN'athan- 
iel Smith. Bliiot Brown. Postmasters: Elliot Brown, 
|,SaxtonPlumh. 

RUTLAND COUNTY. 

Henry Hodn-es, ) ^ . , , ^ ,■ 
Johr/P. Colburn, I '^'''''"''^ ^''''''''' 
Jonathan Dike, ir. Sheriff. 
V/olcott H. Keeler, High Bailiff. 
Jonas Clark, State's Attorney. 
Obadiah I<oble,JE. Jiul.p;e of F rebate for the Disirid 

of Ruikmd. 
John Stanley, Judge of Probate for the District rf 

Fairhavcn. 
Janios D. Butler, William Hall, Robert Picrpoint, 
commissioners of jail delivery. 

Reuben Moulton, Isaac Griswold, John Riiggles, 
Ichabod Babcock, David Young-, road ocmmiBsionev!?. 

Be'ason. — Justices: Isaac iMorton, I^aac Griswold^ 
I Jesse Parkhill, Oren Dickinson, Asa Young, Chauncy , 
[Smith, John Kellogg. Town Clerk: John Kellogg. | 
I First Constable: .tesse Parkhil]. Selectmen: Thm 
li'l Howard, Philo Wiic;\x, Joseph Bascom. Clergy : j 
I Dan Kent, eong. John S. Carter, fr. bap. Attcrnies : ; 
jJobn Kellagg, Ira Harmon, Marsliall R. Meacham. 
11 Physicians : A. H. Howard, R. P. Cooley, SethRan- 
l&om. Postmaster: C.R.Walker. 

Brando7i. — Justices: Josiali Parnieter, Chester | 
Goss, Asa Blackmer, David Sanderson, Matthew \y. 

iBircliard. Town Clerk : Earzillai Davenport. First 
I Const able; Lyman Crossnian. Selectmen: Chester i 
! Goss, Vv illiara Knov.dton, Asa Biackmer. Clergy : ' 
jBerlah GreeR, cong. Joseph Sawyer, ban. Attcrnies: 
jBarzillai Davenport, A. W. Bronghton, Ezra June. 
j Physicians: J. W. Hale, Isaac F. McrriiL Postmas-j 
ter : John Con ant. 1 

Casf.h-i.on, — Justices : John Mason, Josiah G. liar- 1 - h 
|Ji-is, Solah H. Merrill, Ezekiel Buel, Reuben Mculton. | 
Town Clerk : Josiah G. Harris. First Constable : j 
[Theodore King, jr. Selectmen: Reuben iloulton, 

John Mason, Ezekiel Buel. Clergy : Loomis, 

ong. Attcrnies : Channcy Langdon, Selah PI. Mer- j 



rill, Zirari How, Benjamin F. Langdoii, Leonard E. 
Lathrop. Physicians : Tiieodore Woodward, Jona-! 
' than Woodward, Joo-'yli Perkins. Postmaster : Sam- 
uel MoultoR. 

Cidiiejulen. — Jiistic&s : Wolcott H. Keeler, Jonas 
Wheeler, Moses P. Kemp, Dan Dilie, Thowas Man-! 
loy, M0S0.S Randall. Town Clovk : Wolcott R. Kee-' 
1-^r. First Constable : Arza Parsons. Selectmen : 
Mo?es Randal], Daniel B. Booge, Jonas VvHioeler. 

ClarendGn, — Justices : Horatio Berdl, Tliomas Stew- 
art, Henry Marsh, Thomas Tower, Le^/is Walker, 
Caleb Hall, Daniel S. Ewins?, Frederick Button, Jo- 
seph A. Hayes. Town Clerk: S. W. Hodge5. 
First Constable : O. H. Round. Selectmen: Caleb 
I Hall, Horatio Beall, Hczokiah Horton, jr. Enocli 
'Smith, Georg-3 Round jr. Clerg-y : Henry Hunter, 
Icon^. Physicians: Silas Eain, Jonathan W. Shaw. 
I Postmaster: Caleb Hall. 

j Daahy. — Justices : James M'Danicl, Barton Brom- 
iley, Daniel Kelly, Rufas Bucklin, jr. Elijah Bull, Da- 
: vid Young, Ira Vail. Town Clerk : John Vail. First 
I Constable : Daniel Axtell. Selectmen : David Young-, 
] Jos. Allen, Edward Vail. Attorney : Calvin Barnes. 
I Physicians: H. Otis, A. Lock, E. Laniard, J. B. 
i Richardson. Postmaster: Adin H. Green. 
I Fair/iOTen.^- Justices : Ileman Srannard, Tilly Gil- 
jbert, Moses Colton. Town Clork ; Tilly Gilbert, 
i First Constable : Harvey Church. Selectmen: Geo. 
V/arren, Heman Stanaard, Peter Merrilt. Clerg-y : 
Ru-us Cushman, cono-. Attorney: Will ia,m C. Kit-! 
|tndge. Pliysiciansj Williun Bi^-elow, Edward Lew 
is. Postmaster : Vv'illiam C. Kittridre. 

//.•.'66ar*^'/ar.,— Justices : David Barber, Seth Wal 
lis, H.?nry L Horton, Samuel Cheovor. Town Clerk 
Jn mos Flan-af. First Constable : Harol Colton. Se 
ilettmcn: ^ieth Vv'allis, Dnvid Barber, Ira Jennint^s. I 
Physician: ILramSeslye. Postmaster: E.B.Dewey. I 
ira.— Justices : Preserved Fish, Joshua Harrington, 
Whipple Martin, Russel Fish, Erwin Collins, Stukely 
Tijornton, jr. Town Clerk : John Mason. Firs"t 
Consiable: Cephas M. Culi.'u. Reloctmen : Jo-hua 



Harnnoion, Joseph Tower, VViiiarci Mann, jr. Cler-, 
gy : John Peck, bap. Postmaster : Daniel Graves, jr. | 

Mkldletown. — Justices: Jonas Clark, Gideon Mi-j 
jner, Jacob Barnham, Allen Vail, Jonathan Barcc. j 
I Town Clerk : Cyrus Adams. First Constable : Jessej 
j Caswell. Selectmen : Jonas Clark, Orson Brewster,] 
Ilezekiah Haines. Clerg}' : Henry Eigclow, conn-.! 
Ij Attorney: Jonas CJark. FiiVsician : Ehakim Paul.! 
l! Postmaster : Henry Bigelow. i 

MQUiit-I-Mly. — Justices: Nathan T. Spraguc, Ste-; 
phen Tucker, Marvel Johnson, John Wliite, Ilomor; 
Earl. Town Clerk: Daniel Packer. First Const.i-' 
ble : Austin Dickcrrnau. Selectmen: Lawson Ear],I 
Isaac Dickernian, Aaron Wheeler. Clergy : Daniel 
i Packer, bap. Piiysicians : Ohver Garnsey, Sylvester 
Grimiel. Postmaster : Hiram Dickernian. 

JSloimi-Tabor. — Justice: Caleb Buftum. 

Orioe//.— Justices: Jacob Smith, Dorns Bascon'sb, 
Rnlefl' White, 2d. Tiiomas D. Hammond, B.oswell Bot-i 
turn, jr. David Cuttinsr, jr. Ira Young-, Wiliis Abol, Ira I 
\ Smith, 2d. Town Clerk : Ira Smith, 2d. First Con- \ 
stable : Jeremiah Boynton. Sclectmeii : Wyllys \hv\y 
Daniel M. Cook, Ruleii' White, 2d. Clergy: Sher-| 
man Kello^rg-, con. Phs'sicians: J. Barber, E. Cusli-' 
man, N. Gale. Postmaster: T.D.Hammond. | 

Mendon, or ParkersMon.— Justices, : R. Richardson, : 
A. Robinson, Ed. Muzzey, N. Fisher. Town clerk:; 
jN. Fisher- First constable: Edw. Mnzzey. Select-i 
'men: Nathan Fisher, Tim. Gibson, Amos Robinson. I 
j Pii//ort/.— Justices : Gordon Newell, g. H. Kellog-g, | 
i Jonathan Warner, Isaac Buzee, Samuel Fairfield, jr. | 
! Samuel Smith, Isaac Whecddn, Lyman Granger, | 
I German Hammond. Attornies : Gordon Newell, E. 
'N. Brio-gs, Lyman Gran^-er. 

j FiUsJicld.— Justices : Wm. R. BlosFom, ElcazcrB. 
I Rockwell, Erastus Holt. Town Clerk: William R. 
Blossom. First Constable: Ira Parsons. Selectmen: 
! Srastus-Holt, Stephen Plolt, jr. Joel Dui'kee. Clerrry : 
Justin Parsons, con. Physicians : Josiph IL Phelps, 
Lewis. Postmaster: Daniel Bowc, jr. 

Poii/i.'2cv.— Justices : Wm. Ward, Amos Thompson,} 



Ellsha Ashley, John How, Soloaion Giddiag's, Joel| 
Beaman, John Jones, Win. L. Farnam, Ahiion War- | 
ner. Town Clerk: Henry G. Neal. First Consta- i 
ble : Philip Pond. Seleciaun : Wm. L. Farnara, Al- ^ 
mon Warner, John Jones. Clergy: John C. Green,- 

moth. Pharelius Church, bap. Gochran, con. ; 

Attornics: RoUin C. Mallory, Almon Warner, Moses : 
G. Noyes, James S. Harris. Physicians: Adin Ken- 1; 
drick, Ebeiiezer Porter. Fostniaslcrs: S. W.Dana,! 
Henry Stanley. ! 

Paic/cf. — JiTStices: GEver Kanks, John H. Andrus, | 
Nat Iranie! Harmon, Eiit^ja Allen, Joseph P. Upham. ^ 
Attorney: Xathaniel Harmon. I 

j Riithiad. — Justices: Moses Strong, Gershom Che- 1: 
ney, Chauncey TliraU, Benismin Lord, Moses J^ester, i! 
Francis Slason, Wm. Page, Edmund Douglass, Na- \ 
than O.^ofood, Eri L. Chatterton, An\brose L. Brown, ;i 
Rodney C. Royce, John Purdy, Robert Temple, Am 
herst Lee, Bonning Chntterion, Issachar Reed. Town 'j 
Cleik: Ambrose L. Brown. First Constable : Ab- 
ner Mead. Selsctnjon : George T. Kodges, Moses \ 
Watldns, Samuel Griggs. Clergy: Ciiarles Walker, ' ■ 
Amos Drury. con. H. Proctor, bap. Attornies: Mo- 
ses Strong, Charles K. V/iliiams, Wm. Page, Narhcn 
C^good, Robert Temple, Jesse Gove, R. R- Thrall, i 
A. L. Brown, R. C. Royce, S. H. Hodges, E. L.I 

Ormsbee, WaKer. Physicians: James Por- j 

ter, Joel Green, John Cleveland, Ralph Goudy, Hor- 1 
ace Green. Postmaster: R. R. Thrall. I 

.S7ier6?jr;jf.— Justices : Albro Anthony, Wm. Lew- i 
is, jr. Josiah Wood. Town Clerk: Aibro Anfliony, I 
First Constable : A. B. Cory. Selectmen: William ,3 
Lewis, Alanson Wood, Richard Eastabreoks- . J 

Shreivshui'i/. — Jisstices : John Kilhurr., David Hoi- 1 
den, Zidon Edson, Ziba Aldrich, jr. Elijah Holdon. "i 
Town Clerk: John Ivilburn. First ConstaWe: Ja- I 
phetli L. Warner. Selectmen : Benjamin Needham, | 
Zidon Edson, Elijah Holden, Elisha Johiiso-i^, Jorjah J 

Aldrich. Clergy: Winchester, chr. Physic- 1 

ian: Lowel Garnsey. Post-masters: Stephea Gle 
son, J^evi Tenney. 



I 6'iffo'i'uri/.~ju.yi,iceb : Peter Reynolds, Tiioraas \V. 

iHyde, Enoch Smith, jr. Joseph Warner. 

Tinmouih. — Justices : Obadiah Noble, -jr. Thomae 
Porter, jr. Chad Phillips, Linus Cranipton, Iiirani 

^ Wait, George Capron. Town Clerk: George Ca- 
pron. Firrit Constable : E, CrJimpton. Selectmen : 
Chad PhiLips, Samuel Noble, Hiram Wait. Cler^ry : 
Stephen MartindaJe, con. Attorney: Obadiah No- 
ble, jr. Physician: Thecphilus Claik. Postmaster: 
W:n. Vaugn. 

WiLlll^igford.—Ziy^ceQ : Joseph Randall, Mosely 
Hdl, Eliakim H. Johnson, Win. Kent, Aleumdcr 
Miller, William Marsh. Town Clerk: Eliakim H. 
Johnion. First ConstabL": Rafi-y Eddings. Select- 
men: Alexander Miller, Joshua JolRnson, John Sv;et- 

land. Glergy: Vvilliams, bap. Hopkins, 

con. Chandler Walk- er, raeth. Attornies: But- 
ton, Abiel Child. Physicians : John Fox, David iicl-,; 
den, Joseph Pc^andoll. Poc-tina.ster : Lent Ives. | 

J'/'ells. — Justices: Shubael Lamb, Raymond Hotch- i 
ki&s, Aaron B. Tyier, Seth Bloasom. | 

W^est-Haven.^^ J \}siicos: Jonathan Orms, Erastue; 
Colemas, Seth J- Hitchcock, Putnam Gieason. Town ^ 
Clerk: Arteraas Wynian. First Constable: David j 
Downs. Selectm;in : Samuel Adams, Erastus Cole-j 
man, Artemas Wyman. Clergy: Reuben Sawyer, | 
bap. Physician: — — Spooner. Postmaster: A-| 
polios Smith. 

Wi:JDSCn COU^'TY. 

Abner Forbes, ) Jlssistard 
TiiomiLs Emerson, ^' Justices. 
Asaph Fletcher, Sheriff. 
John A. Pratt, High BailijU'. 
Wyllys Lyman, State's Attorney. 
Jonathan Whipple, Judge of Probate for tJic Dhb'-id 

(f Windsor. 
Isaiah Ra3;'maiiu, Judge of Prohale for the District 
of Hartford. 
BenjaTnia Swan, Amos Warren, t^imecn Warren, 
commissioners ofjail deliver3% 



i 



i Edward Simons, Daniel Rix, Charles Piiineo, Alo- 
ises Tewksbary, Samuel Hcmminway, road commis- 
'sioners. 

I Andover. — Justices: Samuel Clark, Charles W. 
Chandler, Joseph Dodge, Orin Kazsltinc, Edward 
^3imoiis. _ Town Clerk : Wm. Warner. First Con- 
'stable: John Adams. Selectmen: William Warner, ' 
■ Abraham Eruwii, Edvvard Manning. Cleif^y : Joel 
: Manning, ban. Physician : Charleis W. Chandler. 
Postmaster: William Warner. 

BiiUimore. — Justices : Benjamin Litch, Joseph Ath- 
erton, jr. 

B'Jliel. — Justices: Stephen Cleaveland, Jonatlian 
Marsh, Luther Grover, Samuel Liliie, Daniel Lillic, 
Thomas P. 'Russell, Walter Perrin, Zeb French. 
JTi'wn Clerk : Jonathan Marsh= First Constable : Ru- 
fus Wdson. Selectmen: Thomas P. Russell, Zeb 
Ticnch, James Wallace. Clergy: Joel Clapp, opis. ; 
iKitlrodge Haven, univ. Isaac Sawyer, bap. Attor- 
itiey: Julius Converse. Physicians: Alfred Page, 
IRichard Eloss. Postmasters: Alexander Ralston, 
J Leonard Fisk. 

I Bridgtwalcr. — Justices : David Thompson, James 
I VV^alker, Thomas V. Vose, Isaiah Raymond. Town 
I Clerk: Isaiah ?i,aymond. First Constable : Timotliyj 
; Grow. iSelcctmsn : Isaiah Raymond, Hamilton Barns, 
i Barnabas TuompEon. Physicians: James H. Munger, 
jGaiusP. Wood: 

Barnard. — Justices: .John Foster, Luther Chaney, 
■Joseph B. Danfurth, Alpheus Howe, Benjamin Brigg^, 
Charles Walcott, Lyman Steward. Town Clerk: 
George R. Winslow. First Constable : Ira Cooligc. i 
Selectmen: Luther Fairbank, Joseph B. Danforth, 
J. S. Bicknell. Clergy: Moses Ingalls, con. Phy-| 
sicians: Isaac D. Kimball, Thomas Sv.'ift. Postmas- 
ter : Daniel Aikens. 

Cavendish. — Justices : Josiah Gilson, Horace Fletch- 
er, Asa Wheeler, Samuel Adams, Abel Baldwin, 
James Smith, jr. Levi Jackman, Amos Wheeler. At- 
tornies : Horace Fletcher, Reuben W^ashburn. 
! Chester. — Justices : Amos Heald, Thomas I. Bar- 



00 j 

rott, Daniel Onion, David Johnson, Joshua LeJancu; 
-Josiah Barns, Jeremiah Atvvood, ximasa P. Hosmer,! 
Benjamin Whitroore, jr. Xeiiophon Earl, Hor-i 
ace Onion, Enos Lovell, jr. Dexter Field, .Tosiahi 
Dana, Joshaa Church, 3d. Jabez ibargeant. Town! 
Clerk: Amus Hcaid. First Constable: Nathan At-[ 
wood, Selectmen: Josiah Barns, Ezra Sargcant, jr.' 
.loshua Proiity. Clergy: Aaron Leiand, bap. Rr.tus' 
Bruce, chr. N. C. Burnapp, cong. Attornies: John^ 
P. Williams, Thomas Robinson, Jabez Sargeant.j 
li Physicians : Ptolemy Edson, Thomas T. Barrett,! 
\bram Lov/el, Otis Gould, Nathan Whiting, Eli Ja-j 
jcohs. Postmaster: Wrn. Henry. 

Hartford. — Justices : James Tracy, John Strong, 
;!Fregrace Leavitt, Abel Barron, Hezekiah liaze'n, 
I John Downer. Zerah Brooks, James Uda'l, Zebulon' 
|Dc^]ano, Phineas Kimball, Ira Tenncy, Harvey F. 
Loavitt, ?Fyllys Lyman. Town Clerk: Freegrace 
Loavett. First Constable: Oramel H. NichoUs. Se- 
lectmen : Wyllys L^/man, diaries Pinneo, Shubacl* 

Russ. Clergy: Austin Hazon, Brown, con 

xlttornies: George E. Wales, Wyllys Lyman, Harvey i; 

F. Leavett, Andrew Tracy. Physicians: David In-!: 

graham, Thomas Carier, Ira Tenney, Dan Wright,: 

■'George Bellows. Postmasters: Pbinehas Kimball, 

Shubael Russ. ■ 

Hartland. —Justices: Isaac N. Cushman, Ward 

'Colton, Frederick 8ilsby, Jonathan Burke, Josiah 

, Jackqueth, Moses Tewksbury, Stephen Paine, Daniel 

I Den^eon, Seth E. Winsiow^ Ephraim Sleeper, Albe 

' ; Lull. Town Clerk : Daniel Ashley. First Consta- 

:ble: Wm. Miner. Selectmen: Stephen Paine, Asa: 

! Weed, Alvin Taylor. Clergy : Robert Bartlett, univ. 

, iSeth E. Winslow, Delano, eon. Moses Tewks- 

! bury, chr. Attorney: Isaac N. Cushman. Physic- 
Ijians: Friend Sturtevant, Samuel P. Page. John Har- 
:|ding, Seth E. Winslow, Eldad Alexander, Sylvester 
|Marcy. Postmasters: David H. Sumner, Nehemiah 
i Adams. 

I Licdlow. — Justices: Arioch Smith, Asahel Smith, 
II Stephen Cummings, Reuben Washburn, A.rtemas 



j Spallbr.i, Jgssc Bailey, Thomas Keyes. Town Clerk: 
; Stephen Cnimriiiig-s, First Constable : Zacheus Bates. 
;vS;,'lectmen: Stepiioii Carnmings, Jonas Dann, Tiiom-i 
las Kayos. Clerg-y : Joseph Freerhan, bap. Frederick | 
•E. Cannon, co7i. Attorney: Fi.euben Washburn. 
; Physicians: Joshua Warner, William B. 7f'etherbey. 
: Postinasier : Asa Fletcher. 

j Js'jrwkk. — Justices: Don J. Brigliam, Mo^es Davis, 
|Suinn'.4 Gieason, Jacob Burton, Ethan Burnapp, Ru- 
^fus Newton, Harvey Burton, Joseph Emerson, Water- 
•iuan Eiisworlh, Ira Baxter, Seth Hall, Daniel F. Knn- 
ball, ilczekiah Goodrich, Samuel Coit, Levi Sanborn. 
I Town Cierk: Jeremiah Bissel. First Constable: 
'EJjiiund C. Hovcy. Selectmen: Ethan Burnap, Al- 
^ ha Stimpson, Cyrus Partridge. Clergy: Frorjssorj 

illaddocl;, Samuel Goddard, cong-. Spear, moth, j 

JAttornies: Aaron Loveland, John Wright, Harvey; 
Burton. Physicians: Horace Hatch, Lyman Lev/is. J 
Postmii^^ter : Cyrus Partridge. j 

Pomfret. — Justices : John Bridge, Konry Kevvit,j 
John E. D&ten, Wm. Gibson, jr. David Chandler, Lsa-; 
iah Tinkhara, jr. Town Cierk: David Chandler.; 
First Constable : Gilbert Allen. Selectmen: Daniel; 
jTinkham, Amos Wood, James M. Burns. Clergy :j 
John Datton, con. Physicians : Alvan Burbank, Kun- 
bal! Russ. Postmaster : Nathan Snow. 

Pijmouth. — Justices: Benjamin Page, Jabez W'ood, 
|JohnLarkin, Levi Slack, Asa Eriggs, jr. Emanuel 
Sawyer, Caleb Weaver, Joseph Kennedy. Townj 
Clerk: Cephas Moore. First Constable, John La-: 
kin. Selectmen : ?»'Iovses Pollard, J. Hadley. j 

Reading. — Justices: Jonathan Shedd, Thomas F. ' 
Hammond, Samuel C. Loveland. TovvnCierli: Abel 
|Gilson,jr. First Constable: Jonathan Clark. Select- 
men : Abel Gilson, jr. Wm. Townsend, Rafus Fur- 
bush, jr. Clergy: Sewell Fullum, f. bap. Samuel C. 
Loveland, univ. Attorney: AVm. Watkins. Physic- 
ian: Marshal S. Mead, Postmaster: Abel Gilson, jr. 

Rnij'rtim. — Justices : Elias Stevens, Rodolphus 
Dewey, Daniel Rix, Moses Cutter, Nathaniel Sprague, 
Jonathan Kennev, Oliver JVA\s. Oel Billinos, Silas 



8-2 

, Packard. Tovv'ii Clerk : Jacob Sanord. First Coii- 
I stable: Calvin Purkliust. Selectmen: Elisha Rix, 
I Oliver Willes, Jonathan Kinney. .Attornies : Joim 
i Francis, Jacob Coilamer. Piiysicians: Joseph A. 

Denison, Waller. Postmaster: Oramal Sav/yer. : 

Rochester, — Justices. : Ephraira D. Briggs, John 
C bailee, Robert B. Tupper, Lyman Emerson. Town 
|Cierk: JohnTrask. First Consttible: David War- 
jren,jr. Selectmen : Lyman Emerson, Oliver Luy, 
iJohn Amy. Clergy: Salmon Hurlburt, con- Wm. 
1 McCoy, meth. Attorney: Sumner A. Webber. 
Physicians: Retire Trask, Daniel Huntington, Run-, 
ben Plall. Postmaster: Isaac \V. Willard. 
i Stockbridge. — Justices : Rufus Lyon, Joel Cooper, 
jElisha Perkins, Samuel Belcher, Benjamin Coleman, 
I J. Morgan, D. Gay. Town clerk; R. Lyon. Fii»t Con- 
stable: Daniel Gay, jr. Selectmen: S. Belcher, Dwight 
iGay, Isaac Jones. Clern-y: Araunah Allen, bap. 
Physicians: Timothy P. Fay, Calvin Lewis. Post- 
masters: Justin Morgan, P. E. Burke. - 

Sharon. — Justices: Reuben Spalding, John Bal- 
dwin, Freeman Holt, Samuel Shuttleworth, jr. Ely 
liayden, Wm. Steele. Town Clerk: Samuel Shut- 
tleworth, }i\ First Constable: Rodolphus Brown. 
Selectmen: Chester Baxter, Abel Holt, Roderick D. 
JLathrop. Clergy: Samuel Bascorab, con. James 
{Parker, bap. Attorney: Samuel Shuttleworth, jr. 
j Physician: Alba Southard. Postmaster: Chester 
j Baxter. 

I SpringfiekL— Justices: Asaliel Pov.'ers, Samuel M. 
'Lewis, Bezaleel Wood, Nomlas Cobb, Elisha Bis- 
ibee, Wm. Tbajer, jr. John Field, Phineas T. Wales, 
IDivid Brown. Tuwn Clerk: Nomlas Cobb. First 
'Constable: Samuel Hemenway. Selectmen: William 

Tiiaver, ir. Thomas Dana, Bezaleel Wood. Cl'^^i'a'v : 
;EMad W. Goodman, con. Richard M. Ely, bap. D •:> 

'■f;i- Bates, meth. Robinson Smiley, con. Attorni'^s ; 
j Nomlas Cobb, Snmuel W. Porter. Piiysicians: Mo- 
|S8s Cobb, Jonathan Webster, Eieazer Grain, Leonard 
I Chase. Postmaster: Samuel W. Porter. 
! TFeaf hersfieid.— J v-niices: Thomas Pre)iti;~^s,_^Joshutj 



Ujiu.m, NaiiLuii Duiicaij, Jooeph R. VViuiamsJ 
Amos Hulett, Barnabas Dean, Dexter Sjnitii,; 
Daniel Bowen. Town Clerk: Joshua Unliam. First |j 
Constable: John Brov/n. Scleciinen : Jolm C. Has- 
kell, Aaron Hall, jr. Jacob Perkins, Carlos Cowls, j 
Cheney M. Ciiamberlin. Clergy: James Converse, 
con. Dexter Sn>:th, t". bap. Physicians: Thomas F. 
Saxton, Aaron Pierce. Postmasters: Charles Ilnm- 
phreys, George Potwine, jr. 

j ^fmon.™ .tustices: Amos N. Burton, Henry Love- 
joy, Austin Fenn, Oliver Farrar, Henry Gray. Town 
.'Cierk: Amos N. Burton. First Constable: John! 
'Stcwrtrt. Selectmen: Amos N. Burton, Jonathai 

I Webster, David Sterlin. Clero-y : Suaulding',| 

'mcth. Physicians: Henry Gray, Ira Barton, Post 
: master: Harvey Caryl. 
j ll'i/Msor. — Justices: Janathan H. rlubbard, A.sa 
i Aikens, Abishai Eii, Samuel Shuttlewerth, Allen Wait.| 
j Charles Leavens, ThoniasLeland, RufusRoot, Ehen-j 
^zer Shedd, Carlos Coolidge, Wm. G. Hunter, Fran-! 
|Ci3 K. Phelps, Daniel Reed, Luther Mills. Tov.-n| 
Clerk: Carlos Coolidge. First Constable ; Richard; 
I Wait. Selectmen : J. Farweil, A. Forbes, A. Aikens,! 
^Samuel Shedd, Luther Wardner. Clergy: John! 
! Wheeler, eon. Christopher S. Hale, bap. Samuel ! 
Iliamson, bap. George Leonard, Epis. Attoxnies: J.! 
! H.Hubbard, Horace Everett, Luther Mills, Samuel | 
I Shuttlev,-crth, Thomas Leland, A.sa Aikens, Wra. G.I 
Hunter, E. Edgerton, Thomas S. Fullerton, Carlos! 
, Coolidge. Physicians : E. Torry, N. Trask, D. Story, ' 
jE. L. Trask, C.Houghton. Postmaster: T. Leverett.|| 
, Woodstock. — Justices: Benjamin Swan, Henry C.'j 
iDennison, Walter Palmer, Job Lyman, Sylvester" Ed-' 
son, Gayus Perkins, Jesse W^illiams, Kowland Si- , 
•monds, Richard M. Ransom, Samuel Daman, Amo,' 
Warren, Asa W^heeler, Bela Simmons, Billy Brown. 
Town Clerk: Eliphalet Dunham. First Constable: 
Lyaander Raymond. Selectmen : Sylvester Edson 
Asa Wheeler, William Scott. Clergy : John Rich-! 
^ards, con. Jasper Hazen, chr. Joel cfapp, Epis. Sethi 
j^l^^eriing, meth. Jacob Holt, jr. Univ. Attornies : | 



jChas Marsh, David Feirce, Norman Williams, Lyr 
'don A. Marsh, Edwin Hutchinson, R. Makepeace 
Ransom. Physicians: Joseph A. Gallup, Stephen 
Drew. John D/Powers, JohuBurneJl, WiUard P. Gib-| 
'son, Wiilara Bowman, Thomas E. Powers, Buckley 
} O. Tyler, Abraham Harding. Postmaster: Alexan-j 
der liutchinson. 



ADDISON COUNTY. 

Dorastiis Wooster, ) Assistant 
Eben W. Ji'.dd, ^ Jusiices. 
Stephen Haight, jr. Sheri^\ 
]^athaniel Foster, /%/i BaWJ'. 
Geo. Chipman, States' Attorney. 
Samuel Swiit, Judge (>f Probate for the District of 

Addison. 
Ezra Hoyt, Judge of Probate for the D'.slrkt of 

Js^cw- Haven. 
Joel Doolittle, Samuel Swift, Charles Linsley, com- 
missioners of jail delivery for the count}" of Addison. 

Noah Hawley, Samuel B. Booth, John H. Sherrilh 
for the city of Vergennes. 

Bclding Seymour, Jonathan Hagar, Henry Soper, 
Silas H. Jennison, Marshall S. Doty, road comniis- 
sioRcrs. 

Jiiiddlcbury. — Justices: Samuel S. Phelps, Sethj, 
Storrs, Peter Star, Daniel Chipman, Samuel Swift.' 
I Jonn Simmons, Nathan Case, Martin Everts, James 
jJewett, Hiram Muno-er, Charles Linsley, Jonathan 
Hagar, Norman Tupper, George Chipman, George 
liLoomis, Harvey Bell, Robert B. Bates, Joel Doolittle, 
Oaias- Seymour. Clergy : Tiiomas A. Merrill, cong. 
i Joshua Bates, cong. John Hough, cong. Benjamini' 
j Smith, epis. Attornios : Seth Storrs, Daniel Chip- 
I man, Horatio Seymour, John Simmons, Peter Starr, 
Harvey Bell, Samuel H. Holley, Robert B. Bates, 
George Chipman, Samuel S. Phelps, Charles Linsley, 
Calvm C. Waller, Ozias Seymour, Joel Doolittle. 

Vergcnnes. — Justices : Noah Hawley, Belden Sey- 
mour, William White, Enoch D. Wooubridge, Philip 
C. Tucker, Nathan Haskins, Daniel W. ^Buckley, > 



x^nios W. Jiavnum, William iiurritt, Samuel B. BooUi.' 
Town Clerk: William Eavritt. First Constable:; 
Alured Hitchcock. Seiectmon : Villee Lawrence,! 
Samuel P. Strong, Daniel W. Buckley. Clergy : 
AlexpjQder Lovell, coro-. Luther Chamberiam, metb.: 
Attornies : E. D. Woodbrirlge, Koah ilawley. i\a-' 
than Haskins. Philip C. Tuck3r. Physicians : Eben.j 
Huntington, Henry Hewitt, Carter Stone. Postmas-! 
tcr : William R. Bixby. i 

J^ewhaven. — Ji'.ptices : Jonathan Hoyt, jr. Eiia& 
Boitum, Olhniel Jewett, Joseph C. Bradley, Wight-, 
jnan Huntington, Samuel iK. Chalker, Martin Eno..i 
Miron Grinneil, Daniel Twitchell, Lemuel B. Eldridge,' 
William A- ash, Calvin Squire, David P. Nash, Joseph, 
Everts. Town Clerk : Jonathan Hoyt, jr. First! 
Constable : Lemuel B. Eldridge. Selectmen : Na-| 
than Barton, Elias Bottum, Jesse Hendee. Clergy :; 
Josiah Hopkins, cong. Attorney : Joseph C. Bradley.! 

Physicians: Levi Warner, Adin Hull, Bullard., 

Postmasters : James Saxton, Josei>h C. Bradley. } 

Walthfiui. — Justices : Daniel Chipman, Luther Ev-| 
erts, Solomon Hobbs, George Fisher, George Fields,, 
Beers Tomlinscn. Town Clerk : George Fisher.j 
First Constable : Peleg Fisher. Selectmen : Ezra' 
A. Burrell, Elijah Emton, Beers Tomhnson. j 

^'3 ac/Zi^on.— Justices; Arzah Crane, Henry Smith,; 
William H. Picket, Henry Brevoort, Sylvester Pond,; 
Gideon Seeger, jr. Jonas N. Benedict, Aaron Merrill. 
Town Clerk: Gideon Seeger, jr. First Constable:! 
James Cook. Sehv-tmen : Asa Wilmarth, jr. William! 
H. Picket, Lyman Clark. Clergy : Sylvanus Chapin,! 
Loren Brewster, congs. Alanson 'Covil, bap. Physi-| 
cians : Prentice D. Cheney, Henry Hale. Postmas-! 
ters : Gideon Seeger, jr. Byron Murray. 

Ferrisftj/r^/i.— Justices : Theophilus Middlebrook, 
Stephen Hard, Russell Rogers, Seth Warner, Stephen 
Beach, Allen Adams, Ira Tupper, Stoddard Martin, 
Archibald Collins, Noah Porter, Nicholas Guindcn, 
Caleb Warner. Town Clerk : Theophilus Middle- 
brooks. First Constable : Wilham M. Gaige. Se- 
lectmen : Ethan Burroughs, Joseph Rogers, Charles 
H - 



\¥ales. Clerg-y : John Jiristed, ems. John Dodg'e, 

ibap. liarmon, cong. Pbysician : Jonathan 

Cram. 

MorJdon. — Justices : Johngon Finney, John Bar- 
mini, John Bacon, Daniel Collins, Edmund Collins, 
Ira Ladd, WiiJiara Tracy, Jirah Chambsrlin, Thcrnas 
Smith, William Elliot. 'Town Clerk : Stoddard Hol- 
lis. First Constable : Alson Collins. Selectmen : 
John Smith, Oliver Sherman, Jehiel Chamberhn. 
'Clergy ; Joel Fisk, cong-. Physicians : Dan Stone, 
Horatio A. Smith, Ira Smith, Geo. E. Stone. Post- 
master : Ciiarles Dean. 

Skorcham. — Justices : Ebenczcr Buph, Udney H. 

Everest, Aaron Lav;rence, Isaac Chipman, Joseph 

Smith, 2d. Joh.n S. H-jnsden, John S. liarfabee, Davis 

Rich, Elisha Bascora, LeviO. Birchard, Kent Wright. 

jTown Clerk : Levi O. Birchard. First Constable : 

I Marvin North. Selectmen : Kent Wright, Silas H. 

|.Ieni6on, Isaac Chipman. Clergy : Daniel O. Mor- 

I'ton, cong. Henry Green, bgp. Attornies : Udney H. 

liEverest, Samuel Vv'oleott. Physicians : Nicanor 

rNeedham, Erastns E. Biinn, Miner G. Tcrrill. Post- 

ijmapter : Moses Seymour. 

I l^Wjfc/.— Justice's : Robert lioilcy, Rufus II. Ear- 
|nard, Daniel E. Parmelee, Winter H. Holley, Lulher 
iiNewcomb, Philetiis Pier, Henry Soper, Amos Eddy, 
|Horatio Needham, Uriah Hoyt. Town Clerk ; Wm- 
IJtGr H. Holley. First Constable : Amasa Atwood. 
fSelectmen : Philctus Pier, Henry Soper, Solomon 
|; Drake. Clergy : David Hendee, baptist. Attorney : 
jjHoratio Needham. Physician : Joseph Needham. 
IPostmaster : Joseph Oils. 

|| JVeyhrklge. — -Jiistices : Asaph Hay v/ard, Elijah 
'Drake. Barsillai Stewart, Enoch Sprague, Samuel 
James, Thomas Jewett. 

Salishvry. — Justices : Reuben Saxton, John Iv.. 
Weeks, \yilliam Morton, Carey AHea, Ebenezer N.n 
Briggs, Aaron Barrows, Ellery Hov/ard. Tov»7n Clerk: i 
Reuben Saxton. First Constable : WashinM,on Mil- 



ler. Selectmen : N. L. Darling, Nathaniel Spencer,! 
Leonard Steward. Clergy: Kempton, meth.'} 



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x\ttomey : E. N. Briggs. Phvfician : N^ashingioi; 
Mil'ier. Postmaster : Harvey DGmiug'. 

Bridport. — Justices : Gardiic?r Converse, Benjamin 
Miner, jr. Z?nas ilyrick, Caleb Siuith, Calvin Eulace, 
Joseph C. Eidridge,"^ Ebenezer Allen. Tovvn Clerk : 
Gardner Conversse. ; First Constable: Josiah Bar- 
rovv's, 2d. Selectmen : Benianun Miner, jr. llamlin 
i Converse, Daniel Hanjlin. Ciei*gy : Increase Grave:^, 
cong. Jonatban'Merriam, jr. bap. Attorney: Calvin 
S'/iace. Ph}'sicians : Mardn Gay, Luther Cory, Joel 
liice. Postmaster : Paris Fletcher. 

Starksboro\ — Justices : Elijah Ferguson, Ensha 
Ferguson, Asahel Wentworth, SamTiel Hill, Myron 
Bushneil, Samuel Bushnell. Town Clerk : Richard 
Worth. First Constable : William Worth. Select- 
men : Samuel Hdl, Eiisha Ferguson, Chester Bidweil. 
Phvbiciau : Aiferd Clark : Postmaster : Aiioustus 
^. White. 

Hancock. — Justices: Zerah Barnes, Charles G. 
Robbins, Joseph A. Curtiss. 

^ ^ Pantan. — Justices : William Myrick, Jesse Gran- 
!dy, Friend Adams, Norman Mimson, Abner G. Hol- 
Icomb, Enoch Kent, Samuel Shepard. Tov;n Clerk: 
Jesse Grandy. First Constable :^ Silas Pond, jr. Se- 
lectmen : William H. Smith, Norman Munson, Solo- 
mea Allen. Clergy : Jesse Squier, moth. Physi- 
cians : Stephen Ruico, Orin Smith. Postmaster: 
Calvin Hyde. 

JVkiting. — Justices : Ebenezer W^heelock. James 
O. Walker, Epiiraim Moulton, Jotiah Simonds. Town \ 
Clerk: W^hitiield W^alker. First Constable: Saw-! 
yer Walker. Selectmen: Josiah Simonds, Ephraim 
Mouitcn, ^Tloulton Needliam. Physicians : Asheri 
Nichols, Cyrus Carpenter, Isaac Ives, Postmaster:, 
Simon Taft. | 

Iy:li-estsr, — Justices: William Gile, Gideon Dyer.' 
Town Clerk: William Gile. First Constable: Ab-| 
ner Enos. Selectmen: John Bullock, Parley Enos,i 

Henry j'vlorrill. Clergy: Kerupton, met a.; 

Physician: William Gile. Postmaster: John G. S 
Perry. j 



Warren. — Jusiices: Jo^epii W. ElclrJclge, Ht'iii-yj' 
|iS. Peahody, Parker Wooster, David Ralph. JainesI 
Butterfield. Town CJerk :" Jcired \Y. Sliepard. First ! 
ConstcLble: Amos Rising. Selectmen: Telian Itis-I 
ing, Joseph A. ilazan, Moses Sargeant, jr. Clergy : ' 
■Stephen M. Wheelock, c^ng. Nathaniel W. Stearns, 

iHieth. Physician: Hsnry B. Peabody. Postmaster: 
Joseph W. Eldridge. 

j Cornvxi!/. — Justices : Horace Linsley, Asahel Bing- 

'liam, Jesse Elsvvorth, Elias Douglass, William Hamil-{ 
ton, Chaimcoy Cook, Horace Janes. Town Clerk : 
Asahel Bingham. First Constable: Linus Everts, 
Solecttnen : Uorace Janes, William Hamilton, Jf^-se 
Elsvvorth. Clergy: Jedediah Bushnell. cong. Phy-| 

iMoiaiJS. Frederick Ford, Thonias P. Mattlievv^s, On- 

iver J. Eells. Postmaster: Ciiauncey H. Siowell. 

j PJpton. — Justices : Calvin Pier. Sli Matthews. 

I jL(Vkv>/?i.— Jus 'ices : Hezekiah Hatch, Peter John- 

:son, Thomas Heath, Lcvi DoVi^nmg, Daniel Varney, 
Olivrj: W. Burnham, John Bush. Tov/n Clerk : Pe- 
ter John£<n. First Constable: Isaiah Green. Se- 
lectmen: O. W. Biirnham, Th'.mas Heath, Peter 
Johnson. Physician: Benjamin Tabor. 

i Kingston. — Justices : Joseph Patrick, Tho's. King. 
Town Clerk : Joseph Patrick. First Constable: Eb- 

ienezer Ba'ncroit. oelectmen : Benjamin Pinney, John 
Peek, Ransom Beckwith. Postmaster : Plarvey Mor- 
gan. 

Goshen. — Justices: James Fitts, Francis Brown, fj 
Matthew Carr, William C. Mead. 



ORANGE COUNTY. 

William Spencer, ) Assistant 
Daniel Cobb, \ Justices. 

Abel Carter, Sheriff. 
Peter Bates, High Bailiff. 
Widlani Knttiog, State'y Attor7iey. 
Frederick Griswold, Judg-e of Probate for the dis- 
trict of lia.idolph. 
Vvilliam Spencer, t/wr^-e of Prohaiefor the didrict 
of Bm ■fjvd. 



Harri.^ E. G. MLaugblen, John W. Smith, Daniel 
Jackson, commissioners of jail delivory. h 

Leonard Farewell, Jonathau Jonness, BGnj.imin P. I 
'|Baldwin. Frederick Smith, jr. Stuart Brown, road; 
commissiuncri?. I 

B rcul ford— J nr^iices : Benjamin P. Baldwin, Thorn- : 
•IS Carrier. Dan. Martin, W. Wilson, John IvrDnffie,! 
Samuel M'DuiFje, Thomas Tabor, Moses Cha!?e.[J 
•Town Clerk: Andrew B. Peters. First Constable : jj 
•Aijram B. Adams. Selectmen: Samuel M'DiifTiCil 
'•Georg-o W. Prichard, Absalom' Baldwin. Clev^y.i 
Silas M'Keen, cong. Attornies : Moses Chase, Jesse j 
Merrill, 2d. Physiciafi.s : John Pool, Thomas Colby,! 
;Daniel Martin, Paul Tabor. Postmaster: Alfred ^ 
^Corliss. _ f 

j Braiafrie. — Justices: Jonathan Bass, Lymfin Kid-i 
ider, Wiliiam Ford, Solomon Holman, Sampson Ni [ 
iCholt-, David Partridge, Rnfiis Hutchinson, J. Hutch- j 
linson. Town Clerk : Ami Nichols. First Constable: j 
IRuiiis Hutcliinson. Selectmen : J. Tillson, D. Wait,' 
ijr. Jabcz Smith. Clergy: Ami Tsichols, con. Elijah i 
■Huntington, c. bap. Physicians: Samuel Craig, S.; 
;\V. Thayer, J. Dubois. i 

B rooJ.'Jield . — Justices: Barna Bigelow, Nathanicdj 
vVheatley, Enoch Slade, Thomas Kingsbury, Elisha, 
Allis, jr. Simon Colton, William M. Alvord, Lutkerj 
•Wheatloy, Waldo W.Tngalls. Town Clerk: Sethi 
G. Bigelow. First Constable : Waldo W. Ingalls. ' 
Selectmen: D. Bigelow, jr. Thomas Kingsbury, Na-i 
thaniel Wheatiey. Clergy: Elijah Lyman, con. S. i 
Hovey, c. bap. Peter Bean, meth. Physicians: Wai- 
ter Burnham, Daniel Washhuru. Postmaster: John 
Smith. 

Chelsea. — Justices: H. E. McLaughlin, Joel Tink- 
er, Urbane I_iathrop, John W. Smith, Josiah Dana. 
|Town Clerk: John W. Smith. First Constable: H.^ 
jE. G. McLaugl.ilen. Selectmen: John Stearns, Ben- [ 
jainin RoU'e, Joshua Dickerson. Clergy: Calvin No-' 
ble, con. John G. Dow, meth. M. Coburn, univ. At- 
tornies: D. A. A. Buck, Thomas Jones, John W. 



U '.> 



iniith. Physicians: Tiiomas Wiuslow, JohiiMcClareJ 
Sau'i S. Stevens. Postmaster: John Steanis. { 

Corinth.— JurAices : Sleplren Eaion, Samuel Ila- 
zeltine, Richard Smith, Joshua M-:nTill, Ezokiel True, 
F.phi-cim Ward, G-ould;5burn TapJin, Henry Dearborn, 
Wintnrop Green, Moses Wallace, Amos C. Tenney. 
Town clerk : Samnel Hazaltine. First constable : 
(Tcorge Sleeper. Selectmen : Plant Sawyer, Amosj 
C. Tenney, Plenry Dearborn. Clergy: Charles Y.' 
Chase, cong. Nathaniel Bolles, f. bap. Zacheus Welk, 
!chr. Attorney: Wm. Spencer. Physicians: Josh- 
jiia Tenney, E. Smith, John Robie, Thomas P. Bald- 
Iwin. Postmaster : Theodore Cooke. 
I Fdirlee. — Jnstices: Thomas Stratton, Moulton S. 
jMorey, Robert S. Gilmore, Jesse Stoddard, Phineas 
uBailey. Town Clerk : Gran:, Smith. First Consta- 
jble : Samuel Bliss. S.^ioclmc^n : James Morisou, Pe- 
Ler Marston, Calvin Coburn. Attornies : Moulton 
;Morey, Samuel T. Morey. Postmaster: Isaac Far- 
|-ington. _ |j 

j J\'c^ic-'i?fr^.— Justices : Charles Hale, Isaac Eailey,,] 
iJosep'i Perry, Ephraim B. Stevens, Charles John£Oi!,| 
Jonas Tucker, James Bailey, 2d. Levi Rog-ers, Abner 
[S. W. Tenney. Town Clerk : Isaac Bayiey. First 
jGonstable : Caleb Stevens. Selectmen : A. B. W. ] 
jTenney, James Brock. Attornies : Peter Burbank, 
Gastavns G. Cushman, Joseph Berry. Physicians : 
'loim Stevens, Samiiel Cartiss, E. Thatchyr. Post- 
I iiasters: Jolm L. Wood, James Spear, jr. 
j 0:-an.^e. — Justices: John Stacy, Tliaddeus CIapp,|' 
I Jacob P. Sar.'^reant, Luther Carpenter. Town Clerk • ' 
|Thaddeas Clapp. First Constable : Reuben White 
|Seleclmon: Luther Carpenter, David Clark, Philip || 
jSargeant. Clergy: Ezekiel Carrier, rneth. Physi- 
jcian: Eliphalet M. Bill. Postmaster: David Nel- 
son. 

Randolph. — Justices: Abner Weston, Timothy Ed- 
!son, William Nutting-, Lebbcus Ed«-erton, Belcher 
ISalisbury, Israel Kibbee, Daniel Parish, Roger Wil-j 
iiianxtj, Jason Steele, Seth Washburn, John Moulton, 
; Benjamin Jones, Enoch Ilebard, Joseph Bloelgett, Ed- 



JJUliO^/H) illXLIiail XUUiJjJ' '-^t'^^iij • »><^J11J^Y. 

I Aaron Buswell and Jolin Hilliard, f. baps. 
I Daiiiel CoLb. Physicians : Albio-ence P 

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mand Weston. Tmvn Clerk : Vv'iiliam Nutting-. 
First Constable: Richard A. Hayden. Selectmen: 
. iLebbeus Edg-srton, John Glidden, Harvey Lampson.j. 
Clergy: Tilton Eastman, eon. Ziba Pope, f. bap. Ste- 
Iphon Herrick, meth. Attornies;: William Nutting, 
'Jason Steele, Edmund Weston, George Chase. Phy-- 
'sicia.n3 : John S. vSniith, John Edsun, Parley D. Elod- 
tgett. Postmasters: Isaac Blodgett, John Giidden. \ 
I Strajford. — Jastcies: Asahel Chaniberlin, Leonard| 
; Walker, Stephen Morrill, Martin Barrett, J'^dediah 
H. Harris, Lyman Bonson, David Morrill. Town 
iCierk; Stephen Morrill. First Constable : Jonathan 
'Fniry. Selectmen: Jedediah H. Harris, Lyman 
'Benson, Nathan Young. Clergy: John Moore, univ. 
~ ' ' ~ ' " Attorney: 

Peirce, John 
Sabin, Eleazer Baldv.-in. S. D. Elliot. Postmaster: 
r, J. Harris. 

r/ie^,/r»Y/.— Justices : William Hoaton, John Hall,! 
I Timothy P. Bartholomew, John C. Hammond, Samu-| 
I el Daniels, Snueon Short, Presbury West, jr. Daviu' 
Eruce» Attornies : Simeon Sliort, Presbnry West, jr.l 
Top.^iam. — Justices : Samuel Butteriield, Jesse; 
Putnam, Jsmos Petrie, Edmund George, Seth Aas- 
jiin, Benjamin P. Smith, Aaron Sanborn, Levi Tabor.' 
Tovvm Clerk: Levi Tabor. First Constahle : Johuj 
K. Dustin. Selectmen : Jonaiban Jenness, Daniel! 
Bagley, Samuel Butteriield. Cicrgy : K. Sanborne.; 
ban. William Sloane, cong. William Sanborne, f. bapJ 
Attorney: Seth Austin. Phv^icians : R. H. Hunt-| 

\e\\ Israel Stukeley, Benjamin P. Smith, — Hall,: 

J. Petrie. Postir. aster: Wf.rren Ives. j 

T'unbridg-e. — Justices: Ebenezcr Hackf^tt, Eli Ans-; 
tin, Elijah Dickerman, Samuel Austin, Cyrus Chap-; 
man, Benjamin Cozzens, George \Veymoath, Elias 
Curti:}. Town Clerk: Samuel Austin. First Con-i 
stable : C. W. Spaulding. Selectmen : I. C IlallJ 
A-Ton Whitney, James Hutchinson. Clergy; David] 
H. Williston, con. Nathaniel King, Thomas Moxley. 
Geo» Hacket, t. bap. Physicians : Th. Moxiey, SewaJ 
Seavo y, C. B. Chandler. Po stmaster : E li jah Tr acy- 



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Vevshire. — Justices .-■ Thomas Keyes, William Pri-| 
or, Simeon Baron, George W. Maltby, Riifus Blancli- 
ard, Nathan Spear, Nathaniel Jones, jr. Town clerk : 
Thomas Keyes. First constable : Ira Corse. Se- 
lectmen : George W. Maltby, Moses Bartholomew, 
iNatlianiel Jones, jr. Physicians: Ezra Bliss, Ephr. 
Carpenter. Postmaster : Stephen Spencer. 

Washington. — Justices : Jacob Bliss, William Kim- 
ball, Philip Sargennt, Asa Burton, Stuart Brown, 
Town clerk; Asa Burton. First constable : Gideon 
Downing-. Selectmen: Samuel Worthley, Stephen 
Barton, Lewis Ingram. Clergy: William Kimball, 
Imeth. Physician: Jesse H. Foster. Postmaster: 

idolphus Aainsv/orth. 

West-Fidrlee. — Justices: Elisha Thayer, Samuel 
!Graves, Elisha May, William Nilcs, Isaac Lyon. 
Town clerk : Elisha Thayer. First constable : John 
House. Selactm'^n : Wells Davis, John House, Sands 
iNiles. Clergy, Joseph Tracy, cong. Thnothy Spaul- 
jding, calv. bap. Physician : Ira Evsns. 

fViUiamsiown.- — Justices : Levi Smith, Aaron S. 
Martin, James Ljnide, xlriel Crane, Joel Bass. Town 
iClork : Darius Pride. First Constable : Moses Morse', j 
jjr. Selectmen: Daniel Martin, Enoch Howe, .Tolnr 
[Poor. Clergy: Joel Davis, com Attorney: James I 
jLynde. Physician: Z P. Burnhara. Postmasters 
Elijah Paine, Simeon Wight, jr. 



CniTTKNDEN COUN'Ti'. 

Timothy Follett, ■ } Assidani 
Nathaniel Newell, 5 Justices. 
Heman Lowry, Sfter?^. 
Moses Bliss, High BaiUf. 
Charles Adams, State's Attorney. 
Truman Chittenden, Judge rf Probate for the Dis- 
trict of Chittenden. 
Nathan B. Haswell, Alvan Foot, George P. Marsh, 
commissioners of jail delivery. 

Truman Chittenden, John Jackson, William Pease. 
Lemuel B. Piatt, Wm. Rhodes, road commnssioners. 
^ BoUon. — -Justices: Asa Stockwell, Samuel B. Ken- 



nedy, Myjc^s L. Gulton, John Pinneo, Town Clerk 
John Pinaeo. First Constable : AInion Whitcomb . 
Selectmen : Allen Willard, Gideon Barber, Jesse 
Jevv'cll. Postma.5ter: James Whitcomb. 

Burlington, Justices : Georo-c Robinson, Alvan 

Foot, Isaac T. Hyde, Andrew Thompson, John N. 
Pomeroy, Nathan B. Haswell, Wm. Srayton, ChariCf 
Adims, Charles Burnham, Ebenezer Brown, Burreii 
Lane. Geortre P. Mar?h, George Peaslee, John P. 
Ilollonbeck, Truman Seymour. David Ruaseil, Seneca 
Austin, Charles Russell, John VanSicklen, jr. Town, 
Clerk: Gcorg-e Robinson. First Constable: Pliineas 
Atwater. Selectinen : Geo. Robinson, Alvan Foot. 
.Clergy: Reuben Smith, con. calv. G. G. Ing-ersoll, 
con. unit. Poor, meth. Attornies: Geo. Robin- 
son, John N. Pomeroy, Alvan Foot, Charl::'S Adams, 
Jamw^s L. Sawyer, Luman Foote, Wm. A. Griswold, 
j William Brayton, John C. Thompson, Benjamin 
P. Bailey, Gamaliel B. Sawyer, George Peaslee, 
uVraos Blodget, Ser>eea Austin, Henry Leavenvv-orth, 
George P. Marsh, Sidney Smith, Charles Rus- 
sel, C. P. Van Ness. Physicians: Johii Pomeroy, 
; Truman Powell, Henry S. Waterhouse, W. Sweetser, 

Robert Moody, Chamberlain, James Van Sick- 

lin, Elijah D. Ha mmon. Postmaster: Enhraim Mills. 

Colchester. — Justices: Thomas Browneii, William 

Hine, John Gove, John Johnson, Vv''m. Munson, Peter 

jNeweomb, Noah Wolcott, Samuel Smith. Town 

\ clerk r Noah Wolcott. First constable : J. W. Vv^ea-j 

ver. Selectmen: William Hine, A. B. Allen, Elijah I 

I- Wolcott. I 

Charlotte. — Justices: Jonathan Breckcnridge, Jere-' 

rniah Barton, John Strong, Aaron L. Beach, David' 

Cook, Pitt E. Hewett, George Nevv-.-l], Wm. NobleJ 

Everett Rich, Geo. Sherman, Luther Stone, jr. Wm 

; Sherman, Beuj. Simonds, Slukely V/estcott. Town! 

clerk: George Newell. First constable : Aaron B.f 

Webb. Selectmen: Lyman Yale, Everett Rich,| 

Benjamin Simonds. Clergy: Calvin Yak\ con. ' 

Pease, meth. presiding elder Benj. GriiEn, meth. Jus- 
tus Bvingtou, meth. John A. Dodo-e, bap. Attornies: 



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'Wiliiam Noble, Oliver Habbell. Physicians: Luther 
,Stone, jr. John Strong, J. D. Farnswcrth, Joel Stone, 

— Corbin. Poftmaster : Noble Lovely. 
, Essex. — Justices: Andrew Morgan, Bille B. Bat- 
tler, Samuel Paige, Soloir,on Baker, Michael Sinclair, 
Amos Biiss, Marshall Castle. Town clerk: Andrew 
Morgan. First constable: William A. Butler. Se 
lectmen: Marshall Casile, Amos Bliss, David Kellorg 
Clergy: Asaph Morgan, con. Chester Ingrahsm, bap 
Physicians : Hannou How, Simon Tubbs. Postmas 
tor: Roswell Butler. 

Hinesbiivgh. — Justices : Edmund Baldwin, V7rn. B. I 
Marsh, Eradtus Bostwick, John M. Eidredo-e, Anson; 
Mnnson, Mitchell Hinsdell, Nahum Peck, Moses Pel- \ 
ton. Town clerk : Srastus BostVvdck. First consta- 
ble : Erastus Meach. Selectmen: JohnM. Eldredge, 
; Edmund Baldwin, Augustas McE wen. Clergy: Otto 
is. Hoit, con. Peter Chase, bap. Attornies : John M. 
jSldredge, Nahum Peek. Physicians: Daniel Good- 



ilnrlbut. 

i H(trding1:)n,—JwBX\cQsr. Niithaniel Norton, Lumar 
E. Loveland, Jeremiah Reroington, Selah Ambler, 
Enoch A. Smith, James Ambler, jr. Town clerk : 
I James Ambler, jr. First constable: John Judson. 
I Selectmen; Enoch Tyrrell, Lyman Hall, Jeremiah 
Remington. Clergy: Ciiarles Bowls, f. bap. Giles 
P^ood, meth. Physicians: Gail Nichols, Enoch A. 
^1 Smith, Mathsw Cole. Postmaster: Amos Dike. 
I Jcrko, —Justices: Truman Barney, Joseph Porter, 
'Oliver Lowry, Arthur Bostwick, David S. Stone,, 
Thomas Read, V7m. P. Richardson, Lyman Field.'; 
I Town clerk: Thomas Read. First con^^lable : Eras- 
|itas Field. Selectmen: Lemuel Blackn-i^an, Lyman | 
"Field, Luther Brov;n. Attornies: Joseph Porter, 
Jacob Maeck. Physicians: George How, Eleazer 
Hutchins, James Hambleton, Hosea Bliss. Post-lj 
m.astcr : Joseph Porter. it 

J)Ia7i-^etd. Justices: Ivory Luce, Elisha Brov;n,l| 

Nathaniel Butts, George Town. Town clerk: Ivory || 



Luce. First constable ; Thomas Harlov/. vSeiect 
rnen: Nathnniol Eutts, Samuel Harris, Ivoiy Luce. 

Miiion, — Justices : Hen\an xM'en, Gideon Ploxie, 
Moses Davis, Lewis Lycri, Ephraim rierrick, Abner 
G. Whittemore, Jacob Davis, Levi Smith, Phelps ^ 
Smith, Warren Hcxie. Tovv^n clerk: Gideon Hoxiejjj 

^ Firot constable : John Dsv/ey. Selectmen: Lemuel ^ 

,B. Piatt, Levi Sinith, Eleazer Austin. Clero-y : Jobn 
Scott, con. Attornies: Heman Allen, Albert G. 
Whittemore, V/arren Hoxie. Physicians : Calvin 
Demmino;, Jos^o P. Carpenter, Avery x'^insvvorlh, IIo- ' 
sea P. Cobb, Benjamin Shaddock, Onicn. Post- 
master : Lyman Burg-ess. 

Richmond. — -Justices : Edward Jones, Amos P. 

; Cooper, Eli Brovv^nson, Amos B. Bishop, Benoni 
Thompson, Harry Brownson, Wm. P. Erigg-:?, Charles i, 
Stevens, Natiian Fay, jr. Town clerk:" H. Brovv'n-!' 
feon. Firtt constable: Stephen Coopor. Selectmen: 
Josiah Thompson, Thomas Kimball, Ransom Jones. 
Attornies: Harry Brownson, Wm. P. Brigo:s. Phy- 
sicians : Seth Cole, D. Nyms. Postmaster : Widow 
Sally Brownson. 

Sheluunie. — Justices : Samuel Blinn, Nath'l. Gage, 
Pieman Barsto, Hyrnan Hohbard, Burijess Hall, Levi 

iComstock, Ehhu Russell, Horace Saxton. Town! 
clerk: Levi Cumstock. First constable: Eh Thayer. 
Selectmen: Samuel Fletcher, Nathaniel Gage, Ho- 
race Saxton. Clergy: Lewis McDonald, epis. 

Shipard, con. Physicians: Joel Fairohild, jr. Isaac 
C. Isharn. Postmaster: Garrard Burritt. 

St, Geor^e.—Justices : Horrace Ferris, Lewis Hig-' 
bee, Reuben Lockwood. Town clerk: Horace Fer-" 
ris. First constable: Reuben Lockv/ood. Select- 
men: Reuben Lockwood, Horace Ferris, Silas Isham, 

' UiiderhilL — Justices: William Barney, Peter Mar 
tin, Isaac J. Bourne, Jonathan Woodworth, John H 

: Tower. ! 

I TFesiford. — Justices : Ebcnezer Bo\yman, Danforth 

I W^es, Uriel Stuart, Josiah Farnsworth, John Allen, 
Ziba Woods. Town clerk: Thomas Haynes. First 
c_onstable: Jacob Macomber. Selectmen: David j 



I 9o 

lifciselton, Ziba Woods, Artemas Allen. Clergy :f 
Simoon Parmelee, con. Physicians: Thomas Haynes, 
Ira Hatch. Postmaster: William Wood. 
i IVilliston. — Justices: Solomon S. P*Ii]ler, ChannceyJ 
Browne}], David French, David Isham, .Tolm Brown,] 
jr. Brigham C. Wri.'jht, Samuel A. Erownell, Wes-'l 
ley Whipple, Nathan Allen, Trunian Chittenden, Sol-| 
iomon Milioa:. Attornies: Chauncy Brownell, David}] 
French. 



WASHINGTON COUNTT. 

Dan Carpenter, > Assistant 
Shubael Wheeler, 5 Justices. 
Rawscl R. Keith, Sherijf. 
Joseph Wig<yins, High Bailiff. 
Denison Smith, State's Attorney. 
Jedathun Loomis, Judge of Probate for the district 
of JVashington. 
George Worthington, Cyrus Ware, Arannah Wa- 
terman, commissioners of jail delivery. 

Joseph Howes, Stephen Pitkin, Ezekiel Robinson, 
?»iatthias S. Jones, Daniel Moody, road commissioners. 
Bnr^e. — Justices: Deaisc.n Smith, Warren Elli?, Cba- 
pin Keith. Leonard Keith, Peter Nichols, Joseph Thomp- 
?on, Stephen Freeman, Charles Robinson. Town clerk:; 
Joseph Ripley. Fn-st constable : Peter Nichols. Select- 
men: Denison SrniQ^, Jeremiah Ellis, John Thwing-. 
Clergy: Justus W. Freach, 600. — ^ — White, meth. Jobn 
E. Palmer, Tbomas Browning', Univ. A'toraies: Deni- 
son Smith, Lucius B. Peck, New&ll Kin&man, Charles 
Robinson. Physicians : Robert Paddock, Lyman Pad- 
dock, Seth Field. Postmaster : Walter Chaffy. 

Berlin. — Juslicrs : Abel Knapp. Joel Warrtn, Charles 
Bulkeley, Cheater Nye, Jame? Sawyer, Zenas C. Dev/ey.l 
ITown clerk : Abel Kn;ipp. First coostable : John Poor : | 
Selectmen: Justus Brown, James H. Laiigdon, I?raei| 
P>ewey. Clergy: James Hobart, con. Attorney: Cha'sj' 
Bulkeley. Physicians: Gershom Heatoa, John Wins- 1 
low. Postmaster; Israel Dewey. 1 

Calais. — Justices: Gideon Ilicks, Gideon Wlieelock,' 
Caleb Curtis.s, Lovel KePon. Town clerk: Gideon ; 
Hicks. Pirst constable: James Morse. Selectmen: Shu- 



: 97 ^1 

bael Ciifeeur, juiias hill!. Paiuon Janes. Cler^j : Ben-j 
'iamin Vn^o, chri?. connoxion, Pattou Davi?, chris. bre'.h.! 
i Attorney, Shubael \Vhecler. Physicians: Charles C I 

j Clfirk, Gcorg-p. j 

; Dtixbvn —.T-asuce" : John L. Kenned}'-, Roderick Phil- 
ilip?, Horace GriflUh, Nathan Huntley ' \ 

! ElmGre. — Justicf:? : Peleg Scnfield. Abner Doty, Nehe- 
! miah French, Jonathan Bri'ige. Tov/ncleik: Martin 
j Elmore. First c(>nstable : I )avid Ripley, Seloclmeu :! 
! Abner Doty, Pel»T Scufield, Geor2:e \V. Bailey. Phvsi-! 

rian: Camp. j 

I Fay^ton. Justices : V/iili^m Sherman, Theephilu?! 

jBixby, Peter Drc\r. Town clerk : Peter Drew. First' 
'constable: WiUiam Sherman. Selectmen: Thomas' 
I Iving-man. Jolham Ca-penter, Eiisha Brigham. Clergy :' 
IJotham Carpenter, raeth. I 

j^ v.^/'j?<.'/.-f/?c/-.— Justices: Nahnm Kel'on, ^alvjn Coilin'-J 
iXathan Jevreft, Sylvanus Baldwin, Joseph Win;^, Tim 
|lhy Merrill, Josiah Win- Joel Eassett, Nathaniel C.l 
j Kin-, Timothy Hubbard, Cyrus War<^, Nicholas Baylies.' 
I W. Upham, J. Howes. 'I'own clerk: Joseph Win?. 'Fir?ti 
i constable: W. CiHinc;?. Selectmen: J. Howes, J. Wing, N.i 
jKeiton. Clero;y: Chester Wright, con^. David Lesbej 
meth. Samuel Parker, bap. Clark Stevens, friend. At-! 
;tnrnies: San:;uol Prentiss, Nicholas Bavlies. Cyrus VVarr.i 
iJeduthun Loomis, Timotbv Merrill,' William Upham.'; 
I Thomas Ree.l.jr. Hezek^ah H. Reed. Azro Loomis, Or-' 
jamel H.Smith. Daniel P. rhompscn, C.-Ivin J. Keith.'' 
I Phyncian? : Edward Lamb, James Spalding-, N. C. Kiuo^,| 
Harvey Hersey, Julius Y. Dewev. Postmasters: J. Y.i 
Vail, village of Montpelier, Merrill Williams, east village.! 

.'^/ar.'?,\/ie/.i.— Justices : Josiah Holiister, Aaron Bul-i 

.:lnck, Jacob Putnam. Town clerk: Martin Bull<<ck.i 

F;rst constable : William Martin. Selectmen: Stenhenj 

I Pitkin, Josiah Holiister, Janstan Howard. Clergy : John '. 

Capron.ohc. John Stone, cong. Physician : Co 

lis. Postmaster: Joshua Smith. 

-"'Middlesex. — Justices: Nathaniel Carnenter. Davi.l^ 
Larnngton, Horace Holden, Daniel Houghton Townj 
clerk: Horace Hold"n. First constable: Ira M"Elroy.i 
Sdecttncn : Horace Holden, Daniel xHoughton, Artema^i 
VV. W dder. Physicians : Asa Holdridge, Samuel Fifield: 
1 o=tmaster : Daniel Houghton. 

.¥r)rr/c-r^^.— Justices: Oramel D. Skinner, Ebcncy^er 



iya 

.yoimToii, R'JUSF Ciapp, CTphas Carpeiiler, iSeth Munson. 
'Tov/ii clerk : Ebenezor Johnson, Ficst constai;]e : Levi 
jipaukliag. SeiectinGn: Charles Howe, R.nfus Ciapp, 
ijohn Howes. Clei^y: IN'athan B. Ashcraft, methodist. 

pjivsician : Km°;sley. Postmaster: Ira Carpentrr 

JVor//Vi.'/ti.— Justices : Nathaniel Jones, Jesse Avenll, 
C'iji.h 6iuilh, jr. Joseph Williavns. i'own clerk : Elijah 
j,o;iiith, jr. First constable: John Starkweather. Se- 
'leclracn : Elijah Burnham, David M. Lane, Jesse Averill. 
]Cler--y: Sylv.tnus Robinson, Josiah Wetherby, fr. baps. 
^Joel°Wiuch, metb. Attorney : John L. Buck. Pbysi- 
SfMims : BenjaiDin Porter, Alexander Edson. 

F/amjjfW.—Jiistices : Bradford Kinney, Silas^Wil-^ 
liam.^. ir. Andrew Wheatiey, Jf-bez L. Carpeutrr. Town , 
!( U-rk: Silas Williams, jr. First couL-tabl? : Joseph Larnp-j 
isoa. Selvctmen : Andrew Wheatiey, Zephaniah How-.| 
!ard, D:-.vid Kinney. Clergy: Jonathan Kinne5^ bap. j 

fiPhilio Wheeler, bap. Harvey, meth. Physicians: \ 

jlAioh-rst Simons, Nathaniel Bancroft, Ebenc:ier Conant. 
'postmaster: Nathaniel Bancroft. . 

Rovbury.—Jyi^Uces- Jonafnan F. Rng-les, Daniel 
Kiu-sbnrv', Samurd M. Orcutl, Charles Sampson, bnao 
Richardson. Torni clerk: Samuel M. Orcntt. Fusi 
constable: Henry Boyce. Selectmen: Isaiah Snaw, 
Samuel M. Orctatt, Charles Sampson. Physicians : Liea- 
ry Boyce, Ira Hunter. . , at i 

67^ :t-.— Justices : Nathan Robinson, Daniel Moouy, 
Kiverius Camp, Asa Pvaymond, Thomas B. Downer. 
Towti clerk: Riveiius Camp. Firstcons.able : Denipas 
Fuller. Selectniea : Lemuel Thomas, Philip Smith, Ab- 
nor Fuller. Clergy : Hiram Meeker, meth. Aldeu \\ at- 

iKin«, con-. C. W. Martin, chr. Reuben Dod-e, chr. At- 
Storney : O. W. Butler. Physicians : 'J'. 13. Downer, Jo- 
i^enh Robinson, C. Barnes. Postmaster : P. Lr L.amp. 
S Vrc^/p/-6ury.~Justice8r Richard Kneelaud, Hc>race At- 
Ikin'. John Stearns, Solomon Newcomb. Ezra P. but.er. 
iTovrn clerk : Dan Carpenter. First constable : E ymas 
Is. N.-wcomb. Selecdmen: John Stearns, Amasa Priue, 
iCharles Calkins. Clergy: Daniel Warren, conj?. Ezra 
'Butler, ban Samuel Seabury, bap. Samuel Lord, ir bap. 
vaornies :' Dan Carpenter, Henry F. Janes, [aul Dil- 
5linsham,jr. Physicians: Stephen Pierce, Ou\er vv. 
"Drew. Postmaster : lleory F. Janes. 

Waitifield.—Jii^ces: Jason Carpenter. Lynde V\ a,t. 



^ "" • yy 

' NT^thi^? fi. J^s,'jei7i3on Jones. Town clerk : J t nison 
Joup'. First con^tnble: Cyren Burdiek. Selectmen: 

Matthias S. Jones, James Jo^lin, Eiins Tuylor, jr. Cier- 
Uy Araarii4hCliandler,con^, Piiy?ieiaas : William Jns- 
I'lvi Onin'^e Smitli. Po^ttnuGter : Roderick Rtohardsoa. 
1! k'^z-cwter.— Justices: Amos Rice, Alien Vail Onliii- 
i: Leonard. I'own clerk: O^hir Leonard. Fust cotista- 
hVis: JouHs Abbot. Seitdraeu : Nathan Adams, iMiltoo 

Brown, Eli Stoae. 



CALEDONIA COUNTY. 

William A. Palmer, ) ^^,.^,«„f Jt^sliccs, 
Timothy P. Fuller, ( 
Nathan Furer, Sheriff. 
Jude Kimball., Hi^h Bailiff. 
Isaac Fletcht^r, Smte's Attorney. 
Benjamin F. Demmg, Juds^e of Probate for the (lis- 

trid of Caledi$ni%. 
Josoph MorriU, 2d 'Benjamin F. Deming, Aaron 
'Porter, commissioners of jail delivery. 

William Cahoon, George W. Drew, Joseph H. In- 
galls, Nchemiah Bradiee, John W. Dana, road com- 
missioners. 

Barnef.— 3 n<>iice£: Hugh Sommers, 2d James Gil- 
-B cbnst, Elijah G. Binsrham,^ Waller ilurvey, Henry Sle- 
' vcn?, William Gleason, William Shearer, Levi P. Parks, | 
Silas Harvey, Robert Harvey, Win. Gilke/3on, Alexan- 
der Harvey." Town clerk: John Shaw, 2d. First Con- 
^stable: Silas Kelley. Seieetmen : Wra. Bachoi, Bar- 
tholomew Sommer?, Wna. Shearer. Clergy : David 
GoodwiHie, Thomas Gociwillie, pres. Attoruis? : Geo. 
B. Ciiandler, Charles Story, Mordecai Haie. Physicians : 

John VIcNabb, Skinner. Po>traastfcrs : Elijah M. 

Davi?, Ira Davis, James lioae. 

iJt/,,Ve.— Justices : Re.nian Fyler, Geor^re W. Denisou'j 
JElam While, Riifus Goddii'.g, Rufus New; l!, Daniel Wel-| 
niaa, Isaac Denisoa. Town clerk: Asael Burring^ton.J 
rii=t con?tp.b!e : Ebenezor Darlinjr. Ssleclmen ; Ir;; | 
Walter, Pcufus GodiuLT. Isaac Denison. Cierg:y: Daniel 
We'.lnian, rest. Abel Biigl v, f. bap. Physidan.- : Gealon 
Huutoon, Ahiel Brown. Postciaster : Asael Burrinq-ton. 
Cfl.'/.'/. --Justices: Thomas O.-^ooil, Anthony Perry, 
John Dnman, J.ibn W. D.ma, Jo>pph Fu^her, Tristram C. 



it'U 

■jHoii, Elihu Coburii, I'^ieazer Smiih, Joseph Lauc, 
LcoaarJ Orcult. Town clerk : I'homas O-g^ood. First 
constable: Jeremiah JJal^cock. Selectaien : John VV.': 
Dana, Leonard Oroutt, David Haines. Clergy . David 
Carr, meth. Henry Jones, eoa. Attorney: Theton How- 
ard, Fhysicinns : Perley Scott, VVm. Fralt, -Morgan. 

Postmaaier : Hector McLean. 

7J;myj7/e.— Justices: Joseph Morrill, 2d William Mr.t- 
tocks, Geoi'^e VV. Drew, Abrain Miner,, Geo. B. Shaw, 
Aarou Porter, Abner Harris, James M. Morrill, John A. 
Stanton, Augustine Clark, Samuel Sius, Asa Sar^eant, 
Joshua Roberts, Amos Clensent, Samuel B. Maltocki, Ar- 
chelaus Bias. Town clerk : Archelaus Sias. Firi^t con- 
stable : Dearborn B, Seuter. Selectineu : Joaeuh Mor- 

jrill, 2d Geo. W. DreAV, Josiiua Roberts, Clergy : E. J. 

j Boardmaii, coa. S. Sia?, A. Sias, meth. Lewi.-; Fisiier, bajt. 

I Isaac R. Fettin-ill, chr. Attornies : Wm. Mattocks, Geo. 

iB. Shaw, Samuel B. iS^^locks. Physicians: Oluey Ful- 
ler, Un Babbit, Samuel Collins, Eidad Alexander, Oliver 
Morse. Postmaster: Israel P. Dana. j' 

Grolon. — Justices: Jacob Abbott, John Darlin;^, jr. 
Reuben VVhiLtier, John Heath, Medad Darling. 'J\avu 
clerk: Joha Darling-, jr. First &(jn^table : iJaaiel Dar- 
ling-. Selectmen. David Vance, Medad Darling, An- 
drew M'Clary. Clergy: Otis Robinson, c. bap. Septi- 
mus Lalhrop, f. bap. Physician : PLeuben Pliil. 

Ilardwick. — Justices: Ethau A. Nichols, Jacob J'aine, 
Enoch Smith, Barnabas Doty, George P. Fish, Daaic! 

1 French, Enoch Bailey, Orra Crosby, Samuel French, Le- 

|vi Goodrich. Town clerk : Daniel French. First con- 
stable : Wm. S. Flint. Selectmen : T. P. Fuller, Josepli 

j Patch, Ethan IL Nichols. Clergy : Jacob N. Loomis, 

jcon. Attwrnies: Bliss Davis. J. Faraham. Physician?: 

; A. Smith, N. B. Spaulding, E^Urbrooks. Postmus- 

jter: Elaathan Strocg. 

^/:r6,y.— Justices : Timothy Lock, rvTe.rit Newhall, 
Seth Burrows, Jdir.es Churcli, Peter Stilts, Ebenazer Da-' 
jn^au. Town desk: James Church. First constable: 
jTheophihii Grout. Selectmen: Ebene^er Daman, Na- 
than Willis, Ca;-aaer Gibson. Clergy: Luther Wood, 
coug. 

L^'mion.— Justices: Isaiah Fi-.k, Jude Kimball, Abel 
Edged, Alpheus Hoiigliton, Josiah C. VViilard, Laac 
Fletcher. Si.muel W. VVinsor, George C. Cahoon, Alpheus 






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Fi-'lctier, At.'Si Carpeaie:-, Epliraim Cuamberlaiu, VVm. 
.Cahooii, Job Randall. Town clerk : Williatn Cahoon. 
First constable: Charlrs Roberts, Selectmen; Benja- 
min Walker : Elias Bemiss, Stephen TvlcGaffy. Clergy : 

Samuel Tc-uney, fon. Wheelock, moth. Daniel 

Qiiimby, f. bap. Attornies : Isaac Fletcher, George C. 
Ciihofin, Abel U under Wood. Physiciaos : Hubbard 
Field, Freedom D'^n^cnoTe, John Wheeler, Fhinehas 
ISnalclin^. Postmaster: Halsey r».iley. 

J^'ewark. Justices: Philemon [lartwell, Miles Coe, 

'Eieazer Packer. Town clerk: Eleazer Packer. First 
;con?taMe: Pearley Ball. Sclectmea : Fearley Ball, 

[James Dexter, Fairback. 

Pearhaoi. Justices: Jolin W. Chandler, Reuben 

iBIanchard, Jonathan Elkias, Jesse Merrill, Zenas Cross- 
man, Jcnn Mattocks, Chester W. Closs, Nicholas C. Bus- 
well, NehemifJi B«-adlee, Geor^'e W. Clark, Ezra Chara- 
berlin. Town clerk: Leonard Worcester. First con- 
lstai)le: Rarry Martin. Selectmen: George W. Clark, 
JAsa Skeels, Jacob Blanchard. Clergy: Leonard Wor- 
cester, con. Attornies: John iMattorks, Chester W. Bloss. 
I' Physicians: Josiah Shedd, Zobina K. Pangborn. Post-j 
master: Joel Walker. j 

Ryegcle. — Justices : Jabez Bigelow, Robert Whitelaw,j 
John Neilson, Archibald Park, Nathaniel Kn^^h', Abra-j 
m Page, Wm. Gray. Town clerk : James fFhitelaw. 
i First constable : Walter Roben. Selectmen: John Cam- 
eron, JVva. Gra5% Abraham Page. Clergy: James Mili- 
gan, reformed pres. Physician : Eli Perry. Postmaster: 
James Whitelaw. 

SheJJield. — Justices: Moses Davis, Hezekiah Bickford, 
■Mastin M. Miles, Beuben Miles, Joseph H. Ingalls. Town 
jclerk: Stephen Drown First constable : George Giay. I 
Selectmen: Joseph H. Ingalls, Stephen Drown, George 
Gray. Clergy: Samuel Haseltine f. bap. Postmaster: 
:! James Townsend. j 

St. Jnhnshury. — Justices : Luther; Clark, Press We?t,i 
Leonard Farrington, Samuel A. Wheeler, Ezra Ide, Jer-i 
ry Dlckerman, Simeon Cobb, EphraiDi Paddock. Townj 
clerk: J. Dickerraaa, First constable : W^alter Wright, i, 
Silectmen: Ezra Ide, Samuel French. John Armington.l 
Clergy: James Johnson, con. Attorney: Eph. Paddock. } 
Physicians : Luther Jewett, Abner Miles, J. Dickerman. 



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r ~'^ " " ' ^ 102 

j SuUon. — Jui^ticeo: Waj. BruL-kway, David blooJard. 
iThadcieus CurUn, Josiah iluvvs»n, Jouutnari Browu, Ben- 
jumia Campbell, Jacob C. Morrill, lloswell Cheney. 
j Walden. — Juitices: Thomas t'arriugton, Leonard Far- 
!rin;?torj, Daalel VVoo-ter^ [iau«oa Ro-'ers, Adain Amsdea, 
:jr. Tiioothy Haiucs, Gihn^n Dow, Merrill Foster, Jariics 
jJBcll. Atlorney: James Bell. 

I Walerfor-il. — Justices: Joseph Armingtou, John Lee, 
Abiel Richardb-on, Nathan Pike, Robert Tayg-ard, Bri;^- 
!iam Pike, Jonah Carpenter, Sylvauas HeaiiTmigvvay. j 
jTown clerk: Syivanus liemraiD^vvay. First constable : 
■Georgffc Alexander. Selectmen: Syivanus }Ietrimiii,^'way. j 
jjohn Lee, Bnj^ham Pike. Cierg-y: Thomas Hall, cou. 
i Silas Davison, caiv. bap, Erastiis [larvey, f. bap. x\t.-j 
ItorniGs: Charles Davi?, Azor Wetherbe. Physicians:! 
|;Ral()h Bu,s;bep, Muses F. Morrison, Richard F. Rovvell,' 
|posLinaster : Richard F. Plowell. % 

!l JF/iCiT-^Cf/r.— Justices : A bner .Morrill, Israel Porter, Jo- 
nathan Taylor, Dudicy Clark, Jonah Laue. Town cierk: ' 
jjosiah Laiie, First constable : -Jonathan Taylor. Se- 
llectcien: William Siuith, Richard Stevens, Sewel Brad-; 
jley. Cier^y : Jonathan Nelson, f. bap. Physicians:'. 
' Frederick J^^eavenworth, Winthrop Babbitt. Pustnias- 
jter : Jesse Leavenworth. [ 

JFoodbun/. — Joel Cilley, David Herrick, Eli-ha Eenja- 
Iniin, Avery Eastman, Benjamin Fowler. Tov^u clerk:! 
]jabesh Town. First constable : Bei.j. Fowler. Select-; 
jiutn: EiisUa Beniaiiiiu, ITisJinas Trickev. Physician:; 
eth Chase. ' . . . ' 1 

Gobhen Gore. — Justice ; Ellhii Sabia, | 



Joel Barker,,.., ^ ^^^ ^taniJiu^tkes. 



FRANKLIN CO 

atnuel VV ead, ^ 
Joseph Weeks, Sheriff^. 
Decius R. Bogue, H)^:h Bailif, 
John Smith, Siaie'ii Atlorney. 
Sctli Wetinore, Judge of Probate for the dislricL 
of' Georgia. 
. Bates Turner, Julius lioyt, Jeduthun Spooncr, com- 
missioners of jail delivery. 

AiuherjstlViUoiiby, James MaBon, Cornelius V/ood, 
Sevmoiir Eorofleston, John Warner, road couimssioners. 



tiifat-Jiai ,'. iiiiii »r,i 111 iitfinnidB«>BaB^aiea«£«JC3BHaSJi»g«g^«gBan 



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B akc rs/ic Id.— 3 \X5Uce3 : i homus Child, Oliver Slialtuck.| 
Comfort Bivrus Calvin Ewings, Joel Parlihurst, Benja 
mia Ball. Town clerk: Silas B. Hazeltine. First con 
1 stable : p.obert Drew. Selectmen : Calvin Ewiug?, Eli 
Hs Barlow, S\\-ds Potter. Attorney: Nathan Allen 
Physician; Amos Pearson. Postmaster: Harry Rey 
n(»l(is. 

Berkshire. Amherts W^illouby, George TV, Frood 

worth, John Lewis, Hurvey Clark, BrainarJ Bradley 
Town Clerk : Harvey Clark. First constable : Dan f/.j 
'Benjainiu. Selectmen: W^illam C. Ellsworth, Josial)} 
1 rriieeler, Na-than J/arableton. Clergy : Richard Peek 
jepi?. Wm. Galusha, bap. Parley J/all, f. bap. Phinea! 
i Bailey, con. Attornios : James Andrus. Joseph StuithJ 
.Physicians: Wm. C Ellsworth, John S. JFebster, Fnend'_ 
I M. Hull, Samuel Butler,— ifuse. Postmasters : Pen- 
I uel [jGWIs, Denis Sarnson. 

! Bilvidcre. — Justices: John Brown, Moody Shattuck, 
Muses Phelps. Town clerk : John Brown. 
I Cambridge. — Justices: J^ames B. Gilmore, Lewis Par- 
k<^r, Cla.'k Buker, Peramus Lathrop, Oel 6'afford, Na- 
thaniel Read, jr. Phinehas Stearns, Orson 6'afford, Henry 
..S'towsll, Thaddeus Murdock, J^ohn Page. Town clerk :' 

Levi A. Carlton. First constable : Green. >Se-^ 

lectnien : isa:;e N. Bulkeley, Isaac Griswold, 6'aiDiiel G.\ 
.Safford. Attoraies : Henry <Stowell, Levi i/oslin. Phy-^ 
Uiciaris : John Fassot, Austin Persons, William Page, 6M 
I B. Miner. Postmaster: Abner Brush. 
I Ejwsburgk. — Justices: ^m. Barber, Thomas M. Pol-' 
' lard, Thomas Fuller, Austin Fuller, Charles Stevens, Jo- 
jseph JfFaller, Town clerk : Thomas Fuller. First con- 
stable. John Stevens. Selectmen: /. Pt. Barnum, John 
i Adams, Martin D. FoUet. Clergy: Luther Cole, bap.i 

i Attorney: Farnum. Physicians: Eliphaz Eaton,! 

j David, Packard, jr. Postmaster: Theron P. Packer. | 
Flefcher.—JustiQes : Zerah rFillouby, Joseph Robin-j 
son, Nathan L. Holmes, Elias Blair, Daniel Pwead. Town! 
rlerk : Elias Blair. First constable : John Kiugsley, jr.! 
Selectmen: Elias Biogham, Nathan L. Holmes, Albert; 
Kingsley. j 

Fairjield.— Justices : Joseph Scale, Aaron Burr, John 
Leach, Samuel P. Hull, Ira Foot, Martin Prindle, Ben- 
jarain Fairbanks, Elijah Sherman, Joab Smith, Jared 
Spalding. Town clerk : Joseph Soule. First constable. 



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I fjarmou Northrop. AS'electmen : ./oab iVsuith, ./oseuli 
looule, R. Reed. Cierg-y : Be.y, fFooster, cod. Piiy=i- 
jciaos: Chester Able, CiicsterKeyes, David Barde. Tost- 
jrnaster : Bradley Barlow. 

j Fairfax. — Justices : Joseph Parmelo, Churcliill tS'amp- 
soa, Alfred Jf-'heelcr, Joseph Hunt, V/i>\\-A.\n C'raue, Lu- 
|ther B. Hunt, .ShelomPth S. HpII, Isaa-j B. Farrar, ri'ew- 
I'^-l! I>. Jliason. Town clerk : Hampton Lov^.^rove. First 
Iconstable : James Bellows. ^Selectmen : Jatnes Farns- 
worth, Reuben Lovegrove, Shelometh S. liall. CiergT-' 
..¥. Robinson, con^. Ephraim Butler, bap. Attornies: 
Luther B. Hunt^ Flomer [iubbel. Piiysicians : .Sl^elo- 
nieth 4^. Hall, ISathaiiiel W. Perry. Postmaster : Hamp- 
ton Lovegrove. 
! Franklin. — Justices: Joshua Pcckhani, P^euben Towls, 
Enos Parson?, Enoch Pomeroy. Toxvn clerk : Philip S. 
Gates. First Constable: Enoch Pomroy, jr. Sclect- 
cnsn : Zeri Cushnian, Enos Persons, J-Fm. JTclster. 
Clerjcy : John Spalding, bap. Physicinns : Zeri Cush- 
man, Enocli Pomroy. Postmaster: John B. Seymour. 

G-^or^iCj.— Justices : Hezekiah Weed, Seymour Es^gles- 
ton, fra Hinkley, Elijah Baker. Towu clerk : Ira H.nk- 
ey. First constable: Decius R,. Bogue. Selectmen : li 
Joshua Doane, Asahel Johnson, Soloinon Biis;,jr. Cier-j| 
j^y : Roswell Mears, Alvah Sabin, bap, John Scott, con. IS 
.Attornies: Theophilus .Mansfield, fVilicrs. Phy- 
sicians: Abel B'iair, Lulher Blair, Taylor. Post- j 

'master : Joshaa Doane. 

I Hi.£;kgals. — Justices: Cnnrad Sax, John Niles, Joseph 
■B. Cutler, Jesse Cutler, Jesse Carpenter, Lulher Hyde, 
Luther Meij.-, Loomis iMeig;?, Edward C. Haskins, TFm. I 
^iSkeels. Town clerk: Better Sax. Fiist constable: 
Daniel Filmore. Selectmen : /Sandtbrd *Sandson, Loomis 
vlci^s, Thomas Best. Clergy : Phineas Kingsly, cong. 

.Stebbens. Attorney : R. Paddock. Physicians : J. 

jB. Cutler. Franklin Bradley. Postmaster: Stephen Rise. 
I Johvson. — Justices: (Solomon Balch, Joseph Waiev- '^ 
Iman, Daniel Dodge, John Holmes, Thomas /Faterman.l 
I Town clerk, Danfel Dodge. First constable : Charles C, 
JP. Gould. Selectmen, Solomon Balch, Samuel TFaters, I 
'jos. Andrews, Clergy : J. P. /fayford, bap. Attorney : 
iErastus D. Uubbel. 'physicians: Seth Clark, Almiran 
iTinker. Postrnast'^r: Joseph JFaterman. 
|j JMynf^rnmery. — Justices: Alvan House, Eli JV. Buck. 



Ili;li;i!d 6-u:(i^., jr, T'lwu clerk : Rufus (S'oiilh. First! 
cuastiible : iVcirth £. Uphan). .b'eieclmta : Lemuel Rob-; 
iui, Levi Johnson, Rufus Uaaiiltcn. Cicrgy : Averj >S\: 
vVjtte con. Foamaster : John L. C'lapp. I 

Ridtford. Tublices : Steriirrj Packer, mUiom Hrmil- 

{ou, Ualeh Royce, Saaniel Farrar, Samual Heath. jTowu! 
clerk: Sterlirg Packer, First constable : Ariel Packei .j 
S- lecimeri : Jonathan Carpenter, Samuel Heath, Samuel' 
F'drrar. Cle.i-2;y: Vyiiliam Ro;arers, bap. Attorney : Sler- 
ynv^ Packer. t'i)ysiciau : Alvia Lusk. Poiturastcr :' 
',\iv!a L'.i-k. 

' SUr/i:i^. — Justices: Jonathan ^^-lerrill, Moses Vilas, 
Asa Pike. 

Shddun. — Jj;iices; Daniel Smith, Oliver A. Keith, 
Ciiarle-! Saiiup, Elihu Gocdsell, Alanson Webster. 
Town clerk : Samuel W'ead. First constable : G. W. 
Kr^ii'Jall. Selectmen : James .T'/ason, l^evi Hapgood, 
Baniuel vVhite. Cifef.^y : Isaac Z/ill, meih. j>/oor Pia^- 
ham, epis, Attornies : Augustus Burt, J. W. Sheldo:i.l 
,Phys;civins : I'. \V. Judson, John Callnp. [ 

Sicanlon. Justices: jShadrac!} f/athav.MV, George 

Grefen, Johaathau Berry, Georg-e IV. Foster, Coiuehus 
/f'cod, //arley B. Sanderson, 6'tepheu 6'. />rovvD, i:femau 
J/opkitiS, Daniel Meigfs, Carey Clark. Town clerk : Cor- 
nelius frood. Firit constable: Ezekicl O, Goc»drich. 
'.S^c^lectmen : Ja's Piatt, John Pratt, 6'tephea F».ob;n^on, jr. 
ClcTs^y: Eben. II. Dorman, Rosweli Mears. Attornies : 
.Shadra-h /iathaway. James Fisk, Stephen S, Brown, G; 
JV. Foster, Anson Soul, Norman L. JFhitleracre. Phy- 
sicians : Jonallian Berry, Charles Pearsons, Lewis Jar.as, 
Isa.ic N. Foster, Postmaster: Jloratio B. Farrer. 

Sl.Jluam. Justices: Abijah Stone, iJates Turner, 

•Julius H:-y[, Eleazer I»rooks, Uriel Smith., rrdbami 
U. /Fill-ins, Oraaa Tulier. Samuel jGarlow, James Davis, 
Stephen Lawrence, jr. JSenjamin II. SmaHey, David; 
Real, Heraan Green, Jeduthan Spooner, John Smith.' 
iTown clerk : Abijah Stone. Fn-st constable : Josi-dv 
jXewlon. Selectmen: John SmiSh, Willium 7i. Taylor, 
Eleazer Jewett. Clerg:y : Worthington Smith, con. Syl-i 

v'fv-ier Xash, epis. Pier, melh. Attornie? : Asa Al-' 

;di3, iiat'-vi 'i'urner, Seth Wc-tmore, iJcnjamiu Su-ifl, Ste-; 
'phen Ri.yce, jr. lsr:iel P. Richr.rdson, James Davip, John, 
Smith, Z?enjamini7. Smalley, Henry Adams, David Read,' 
//ermou Pi.. /J-ard.ley 'josepii fl. 7?eaman. Physicians: 



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i^phi-iiiin LiUie, Ciiaries iiuil, Jutui L. Cliandier. i'o<\.- 
master: jY<Tace Jane?. 

JVatei'ville. — Justices: Moses F'=;k, Luther Folancl,.' 
Jesse liolaies, Jaaies Horner. Jowa Clerk ; Moses ■ 
Fisk. 



OTILKANS COUJVTY. 

Samuel C. Crafts, i Assistant 

William Howe, ( Justices. 

Thomas Jamfisoii, Sherj^. 

John Harding, High Bailiff, 

Augustus Young, Spate's Attorney. 
Salmon Nye, Judge of Probate for the district rf I, 
Orleans. | 

John Killanx, John Kimball, Elcazcr Howard, corn-j, 
imiosioners of jail deliver}'. \ 

Benjamin Ilinman, Samuel C. Crafts, Abnor Flan-j 
ders, John Ide, Jairus Stebbins, road commissioners. 
i! Adjany. — Justices: John Fairman, John Skinner, 
Eli Charaberlinjr. John Tracy, Bela T. Jones, Dyer 
rCill. Town clerk : John R. Putnam. First consta- 
ble: William Hidden. Sel 'Ctmen : William Row^dl, 
Wilham Hidden, Samuel English. Clerg-y : E. W. 
iKellog-g-, cong-. Physician : Dyer Bill. Postmaster : 
jWilliain Johnson. 

j J>7Wa'2.— Justices : John Kimball, Oliver Blodget, 
James May, Gilbert EUis. Town clerk : John Kim- 
ball. Finit constable; John Leonard. Selectmen: 
, James May, Philomou Kimball, Oliver Blodget. 
Clergy : Thomas Simpson, cong. Attorney : John 
H. Klmbail. Physician: Frederick W. Adams. ijj 
Postmaster : Harry Baxter. || 

J Brovmington. — .tustices : Jasper Robinson, Elija.h| 
"strong, Amherst Stewart, George C. West. Town| 
clerk: Elijah Strong. First constable : John M.I 
Robinson. Selectmen : Elijah Strong, Silas Brigham,! 
Jasper Robinson. Clergy: J. W. Woodward, cor.g.ij 
Attorney: G. C. West. Piiysician : James R. Grow 
Postrnanfcer : Silas Brigham. 

Coventry. — Justices ; David Iluggins, Perez Gard 
ner, Peleg Rediield, Thomas Guild, Ebenezer M 



Gray, SUii:^ Scars, Elijah Cleaveland, Joseph Kazle 
tiiif^; Thomas Baiawin. Town clerk : Elijah Cleave 
land. First constable : Thomas Gaikl Selectmen 
'Thomas Baldwin, Philip Flanders, David Ilugpns 
'Clero-v : Lvman Case, con^. Jcha Ide, bap. Fhysi- • 
Icians^: ^amuol S. Kendall, Feleg Redfield. Postmas- 1 
ter : Isaac Parker. • 

C;Y//7s6Mr?/.— Justices : Royal Corbin, Wm. Scott, 
Joseph Scott, Augustus Young, Jacob Mason, Samuel 1 
IFrench, William Graves, Isaac liovey. Town clerk: !' 
ISamuel C. Crafts. First constable: James Coburn. 
Selectmen : Silas Grow, Caleb Harriman, Oliver Al- 
Jen. Ciero-y .• William Chapin, cong-. Dame! Mason. 
Ibap. Attornies : Augustus Young-, James Paddock, j 
Physician.- Daniel Dustin. Postmaster: Augustus 
Young. 

Charleston.— ^Msiices : Stephen Cole, Jes. i)ickcy, 
David Chadwick, Abner Allen, Jonas Allen. Town 
clerk; Jonas Allen. First constable; Eh?ha Pa.rhn. ^ 
Selectmen ; Jonas Allen, Phineas Underwood, Ezra ; 
Brigham. Clergy •• Jonas Allen, f. bap. 

X)ej-6v._Justices : Charles Kingsbury, Luther New 
comb, Rufus Stewart. Timothy Hinman, Isaac Sever 
lans, Nehemiah Wright, Jacob Chase, John Stewart 
iTown clerk : Nehemiah Colby. First constable 
iChester Carpenter. Selectmen: N. Colby, Jacob j 
'Bates. Moses Blake. Clergy: Moses Cheney, bap. 
S. C. Bradford, con. Attornies : D. M. Camp, Lewis 
lMarsh,Isaac P. Redfield. Physicians: Luther New- 
jcomb, Moses F. Colby, Lemuel Richmond. Postmas- 1 
ter: N.Colby. 

I Eden. — Justices: Jeduthan Stone, Marsa Bassett 
■Clark Fisk, Jonas Stone. Town clerk : Jonas Stone. 
First constable : EU Hinds, jr. Selectmen : W^ilter 
frheelock, Luther Kidder, Clark Fisk. Physician : , 
William C. Atwell. I 

G/oi'er.— Justices : John Grain, Charles K8rdy,j 
! Joseph Owen, Seth I. Shaw, Thomas Baker, John '■ 
llBoardman. Town clerk: Charles Hardy. First con- 
istable: John Sartwell. Selectmen: Samuel Bean,; 
Solomon Dwinnell, Seth G. Shaw.^_Clergyj_Re^n j 



lOi; 

Mason, con. Fliyeician: EslaiJovvman. Fo,scniusier:| 

Dan Gray. i 

Greensborough. — Justices: .Toispph Chapman, Geo.! 

A. Morey, Ashbel Hale, Stephen Shf?rTnan, Amos! 

Bknchard, Samuel Hill. Town elerk.- Ashbr-;] Halo..; 

First constable.- Stephen Sherman. Selectmen .-I 
j Wyiard Lincoln, WilJiam Conant, Edmund Bianch-i 
jai^d. Clero-y.- Marvin Grow, bap. Kiah Bailey, con.] 
i Physician; Edward Clark. Postmaster.- Jubez Pin-' 

P*^7' , ^ . i 

HoNanO. — Justices.- Ivlicali Fcrrin, Joshua Frcrxcli,! 

Tramaa Fairchild, jr. Town clerk .- Isaiah Emerson.; 

First constable .- Converse Robinson. Selectmen .•! 

Cornelius Cuningham, Freeman Fairchild, jr. Abranii 

1 Boj'iiton. Clerp-y.- Isaiah Emerson, met h. j 

I Hijdepark. — Justices .- Daries Fitch, l/cvi EdgertonJ 

j Breed Noyeg, Da^/id Clemens, Abner Flanders, ' 

j Town clerk; Abncr Flanders. First constable; As;:i 

j Barnard. Selectmen; Nathaniel P. Saw^^er, Johiii 

I Sloper, Breed Noyes. Clergy^ ; I. Cannon, meth. .Taj 

I bez Nevrland, chr. Attorney ; Joshua Sawj^er. Phy-| 

ijsician; Asel Hunter. Postmaster; James Taley. j 

Ircif^hvrgh. — -Justices : Zadock EloPf5, John KilJam,! 

Samuel Wells, jr. Sahnon ^ye^ ElisliaH. Stark weath-j 

er. Town clerk; Sahnon Nye. First cen£t;:ble.' 

Moody B. Kioiball. Selectmen; Tliomas Jameson, | 

Jrremiah Morrill, Nathan Fisk. Attornics; Saiinon' 

Nye, Elislia H. Starkweather. Physician; Norman' 

Cleveland; Postmaster; Georp:e Nye. 

Jay. — Justices ; Madison Keith, Eli Hunt. 

Kcllyvale. — Justices ; Elijah P»uxton, Daniel San 

born, Otis Leonard, John Harfi'm^-. Town clerk 

Abel Curtis. First constable; Henry Smith. Se 

I lectmen; John Hardinf>', Thomas Proctor, Abel Cur 

j tis. Postmaster ; Abel Curtis. 

I Jlorj^^-an.— Ira Leavens, Jot ham Cumming-^^. Town 

j clerk; Ira LeavenG. First constable ; 'Cnarles ^^''''^--,« 

I ming-s. Selectmen ; Ira Leavens, Ruel Cobb, Wil- 

I iiam Colby. Clerj^y ; Jacob S. Clark, cong. Physi'| 

I .cian ; N. G. Ladd. | 

I , Morristoion. — Justices ; Luther Binjxbam, Elishal 



i09 

Herrick, Jedediah S^iTord, Dani^^! P. Noyes, Daniel;! 
Peirson, Jonathan Cook, A^a Cole. Town clerk 
Denison Cook. First constaLle : Chester Cook. Se 
lectnien : Philip Wheelor, Josoph C. Noyes, Asai 
Cole. Clerp-y : Daniel Rockwell, oong. Attornies : 
Charles Meigs, Georo-e i\l. Mason. Physicians : 
James Tinker, Robert S. Gleasuii. Postmaster : 
Jani.'S Tinker. 

J'i'tvport. — Justices: ATartiif Adams, Samuel War-! 
nor, Seymour Lane, Israel S. Scott. Town clerk : 
Seymour Lane. First constable : Israel S. Scolt. 
.-Selectmen : Israel S. Scott, Orville Dagget, Samjcl 
Warner. 

Sdcni. — Justices : Noyes Hopkinson, Abiel Colo. 
Josiah Lyon, Epliraiin Blake. Town clerk : Sanjuel 
Blake. Fij-st constable : John Wilson. Selectmen : 
Eph.raim Blake, Noyes Hopkinson, Orin Lathe. 

Trofij. — Justices: Ezra Johnson, Geo. Fhnt. Town. 
clork: John Flint, £d. First constable : Curtis Ei 
kins. Selectmen: Ezra Johnson, Pelatiah HaUiilton," 
Samuel H. Hovey. Postrnaster : Ezra Songer. 

JJ'esfJield. Justices : Tliomas Hitchcock, Jera 

; rfod!fkin3, James Brown. Town clerk : Thomas 
I Hitchcock. First constable: Chester Coburn. 3a- 
jlectmen: Jairus Stebbins, James Brown, Thomas 
■ Hitchcock. Clergy : Silas Lamb, cong. Physician : 
Henry Corey. 

JVolcott. — Justices : Jesse Whitney., Gilbert Noyes, 
Eparaim Ladd. Town clerk: Jess>i Whitney. First 
lcon.?{able: Jonaihan Smith. Selectmen: 'Ephraim 
' Lodd, James Porter, Jonathan Smith. Clergy ; Roy- 
al Haskell, chr. Fostaiuster : Jcssd WhitneV. 



GRAMD-rSLE COUNTY. 

Lewis S.iwies, } Assistant 
lSlf\\m Barnes, jr. { Justices, 
Jolin ^1. Sowles, Shen/f. 
Seneca Tobias, Hi^h Btilif. 
j Hector Adam 3, Slate's Atlorney. j 

Nathan Hatchins, Judi^e of Probate for Ihe dls- 



IrlfJ c-f Grand-hJe. 



! no 

Nathan Hulchin^, Joel AUgu, EIjIiu Parks, commis 
Rioners of ja^i d^^-Uvery. 

^^ Icriabod Niies, Ira Hill, Irad Allen, Abner Keeler,| 
Ei'iiraim Beardsley, road cornmipyioners. I 

Alburgh. — Justices: Ichabod Niles, Joseph SewelK'; 
DelaDcy Btoughton, Paul Niles, Thomas Mott, Jirali' 
S. Berry, James Badger. Town clerk : Lev;i.s BowlsJ 
^'"ir.st constable : ThomaB Mott. Selectmen : Icliabodj 
Nlles, John Reynolds, Thomas Mott. Attorney : Trn-I 
man A. Earbor. Physicians : Jirah S. Berry, Artemasj 
Goodenovv, Elijah Loornis, Shelden S. Sails. Posl-i 
master : Araos Ransom. j 

Grrm(/-/';/ff.— Justices : Samuel Adams, Jonathan' 
Hyde, 2d. John Chambcrlin, Frederick Delano. Towoj 
clerk : Jamcd Brown. First constable : Samuel B.l 
Gordon. Selectmen : Ephraim Beardley, Jonatiiam 
Hyde, 2d. Frederick Delano. Clergy : Asa LyonJ 
cong'. Attorney : Giles Herrington. Physician :' 
Melvin Barnes. Postmaster: Henry W. Hyde. i 

JSi'brtk-Hero.— Justices : Irad Allen, John Knight,' 
jr. Elihu Parks, Horace Wadsvvorth. Town clerk :i 
Nathan Hutchina. First constable : Loren Butler.; 
Attorney r Charles II. Perrigo. Postmaster : Jedc-j 
diah P. Ladd. \ 

I South-Hero. — Justices : Wallis Mott, Bird Landon,! 
Abner Keeler, Alson Landon, Jedediah Sawyer, Lo- 
renzo Flail. Town clerk : Bird Landon. First con- 1 

stable : ' Hall. Selectmen : -Simeon Clark, Bird; 

Landon, Benajah Phelps. Clergy : Asa Lyon, cong.j 

Attorney: Fleeter Adams. Physician: Hardy Rey-| 

^nolds. Postma^er: Hector Adams. _ i 

Firte//ar(5^p— Justices : Charles Carron, Wm. \Vait,i 
Ezra Pike, jr. Town clerk : Charles Carron. First 
constable : Aaroii Denio. Clergy r William Wait, 
rnethodist. 



ESSEX COUNTY. 

2I''l I"?\^^^' X Assistant Justices. 
Moody Rich, ^ 

Azariak Webb, jr. Sheriff. 

Otits Wallace, Hl-'h Bai'ff. 



»i Vr . "f» 'ii TF]Brat r a l HSJ 



Seth Cushman, State's Altcrncy. 

William Gates, Jmhe of Frohnte. ^ 
John DoiTgo, Royal Cutler, Henry Plall, commis- 
sioners of jail delivery. , 
Jesse Hugl;, D^vidllopkinson, jr. Alplie-.i? TSichoi? 
; Henry Bbdg-et, Josepbi Gleason, road couimissioners. 
I CV.co/'^/.— Justices : John S. Johnson, Elijah Hill 
! Daniel Fisk, £d. Andrew Spalding, Jonathan Wood-; 
burv, Richardson Graves, Warren B\no:!iam, 'Jciui- 
BarreU. Tnv/n clerk : Andrew Bpauldnig. First 
.constable: Dyer Hibbard. Selectmen: Richardsonf 
i Graves, John S. Johnson, Sylvanus Bfdch. Ciero-y :l 
Samuel R, Hall, calv. Attorney : David Hibbard, ji\^ 
Pbv=ician : Andrew ^SpaijidiR£'. Postmaster : John 
Fry. 

Lunenhiirgh. — Justices: William Gates, Stephen 
'How, ir. 3oim Chandler, Spencar Clark. Abel John-: 
:son. Town clerk : Stephen How. First constable : 
ChapinK. Brooks. Selectmen : Spencer Clark. Reu- 
ben Chandler, Jabez Warren. Clergy : Jerendah 
Ghnes, cong. Attornies : R^nben Grout, Jacob S. 
Springer. Physicians : Daniel Egery, Theron Webb. 
Postmaster : Daniel Egery. j 

Guildhall. — Justicts : John Dodge, Royal CutlerJ 
Dand Denison, Renben W. Freemen, Timothy Fair-; 
child, Warden Place. Seth Cushman. Altcrnies : 
iSeth Cushman, Sandere W. Cooper. J 

Gra,*i6?/.— Justices : Martin Joslyn, Andrew Met- 
calf, Joseph Gleason. Town clerk : B. S. Clark. | 
First constable : Ashley Appleton. Selectmen : Jo-f 
sei>h Gleason, Joel Basseti. Martin Joslyn. J 

JIaidstone. — Justices : Walter Walker, George Wj 
By ram. | 

Brxinf^riAck, — Justices : Willifim Marshall, DaniclJ 
Smith, Bjnjamin Brown, Royal BarstoW. Toui 
clerk: Benjamin Brown. First constable : Joshua B 
Lamkrn. Selectmen : Benjamin Brov/n, Henry D 
ScotT, Jolm Scoff. "Clergy : Benjamin Brown, meth 
Wenlock. — Justice: John Cargill. 
J^Iinehead. — Justices : Daniel Holbrook, John LI 
French. 



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Leinmgton.— JutiUces: Richrlrd Morgan. John Dai -" 
ley, Ebcnezer Blossom. Tov;n clrrk : Mills I), Foy- 
"St. First constable : John Bailey. Selectmen : 
CmvAngs Buffing-ton, Noves Denison,' Joseph Sm.s. 

Canrtan.— Justices : Abel JLearned, Samuel Jn;ral]«, 
JniDGs Steele, Alfred M. Ing-ham, Moses Morrill, Josh- 
ua Morrison, Joseph R. Call, P^athaniol Nichols. 
Tovvn clerk; Oliver Incrham, jr. First ron*:tab!e : 
Joshua Morrison. Selectmen : "Stephen F. Barnurn, 
.Tohn Vv^ Bicknell, Moses Morrill. Cloroy f Caleb 
Ingalls, hap. Attorney : Jam'e^ Steele. Postmaster : 
James Steele. ^, 



Allowed the several o/zicers arc' oilier persons in 

the Slate of Vermotd, see Regisier 1827 — page lOf 

SESSIONS OF THE COURTS IN VERMONT. • 
District Court.-— Ai Windsor, 24th May. 
At Rutland, 6th October. 

SUPREME AND COUNTY COURTS. 

BF,NM^GTO\ COUNTY. 

S. C. — at Bennington, 2d Tuesday next after the 4th 

Tuesday of January. 
C. C. — at Benning-ton, 4th 7\iesday of April. 

Manchester, 4th Tuesday of September. 
Joel Pratt, Clerk. 

WINPHA?,! COU-NTY. 

S'. C— at Newfune, 3d Tuesday next after the 4th 

Tuesday of January. 
C. a~~ 3d Tuesilay of April. 

3d Tuesday of September. 

James EllioT;. Clerk. 

WfNDgOn COUNTY. 

C— at Woodstock, 4th Tuesday next after the 4th J 
Tuesday of Janunry. 

C— 1st Tuesday of J\nie. 

let T^iosday of December. 
Benjamin Sh'a>% Clerk. 




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113 




RUTLAND COUNTY. 


]s. 


c- 


-at Rutland, 1 St Tuesday next after the 4th 
Tuesday of January. 


a 


c- 


- ^d Tuesday of Aprih 

2d Tuesday of September. 

Robert Pierpoint, Clerk. 

ADDISON COUNTY. 


'S. 


c- 


—at Middlebury, 4th Tuesday of January. 


a 


c- 


— 2d Tuesday of June. 

2d Tuesday of December. 






Samuel Swift, Clerk. 

ORANGE county. 


'iS. 


c- 


-at Chelsea, 5th Tuesday next after the 4th 
Tuesday of January. 


a 

1 


c- 


— 3d Tuesday of June. 

3d Tuesday of December. 
H. E. G. McLaughlen, Clerk. 

CHITTENDEN COUNTY. 


's. 


a- 


—at Burlington, 1st Tuesday of January. | 


:c. 


c- 


^ Last Tuesday of March. 
Last Tuesday of August. 
Nathan B. Haswell, Clerk. 

WASHINGTON COJJNTT. 


i^- 


C— -at Montpelicr, 6th Tuesday next after the 4th || 


i 




Tuesday of January. 


c. 


C- 


4th Tuesday next after the 4th 
Tuesday of April. 
1st Tuesday next after the 3d 
Tuesday of September. 

Joshua Y. Vail, Clerk. 

CALEDONIA COUNTY. 


5. 


C- 


-at Danville, 7th Tuesday next after the 4th 
Tuesday of January. 


a 


c- 


4thTuesday of April. 
Wednesday next after the 1st 
Tuesday of September. 
Benjamin F. Deming, Clerk. 




miim 


—KH 



I I hi 

FRANKLtA COUISTI'. 

S". G. — at St. Albans, 2(1 Tuesday of January. 
C. a 2d Tue^iday ol'Apn]. 

2d Tuesday o/ Sepleaiber. 

Horace Janes, Clerk. 

ORrrANS COUNTY. 

S: C. — I-rasbiirg-h, Otli Tuesday iiext after the 4t3 

Tuesday of January. 
C. C — 2d Tuesday of April. 

Last Tuesday of Aujjust. 

Ira II. Alle>5 Clerk. 

ESSEX COUNTY. 

S. C— Guildhall, 8th Tuesday next after the 4tlj 
Tuesday of January. 

! C. C— 2d Tuesday next after the 4th Tues- 

day of April. 
3d Tuesday of September. 

William Gates, Clerk. 

GRAND-ISLE COUNTY. 

S. C. — at North-Hero, 3d Tuesday of January. 
C. C— 4th T uesday of Apr d. ' 

4th Tuesday of September. 
' Joel Allen, Clerk. 



Hon. C. P. Van Ness, , jr- r. » . 
ice Fresidtiits. 



VERMONT BIBLE S0CIE.TY. 

The anniversary of this society Vv'as holden at the 
State Ilouee on Wednesday afternoon, 17th October. 
Officers for 1827—8. 
Hon. Charles Marsh, President. 

Hon. Abiver Forbes, S ' 

Rev. Leonard Worcester, SfcrcUiry^ 

Hon. Jeduthun Loomis, Treasurtr. 

Hon. Chadncy Langdon, ~\ 

Rev. John Wheeler, j 

Rev. Joel Clapp, j 

Rev. Leonard Worcestfr, 

Samuel Goss, Esq, 

Hon. Benjamin F. Deming, j 

Mr. Jonathan C, Southmayd,J 



U5 I 

VERMO?.T COLOMZATIO>- SOCIETY. || 

The annual meeting of this society was holden at 
the Meetinfrhouse in Montpelier village on the even-! 
ing of the 17th October. '' 

OFFICERS OF THE SOCIETY. 1C27-8. 

Hon. Elijah Paine, President. 

Hon C. p. VAX Ness, ? j.. p„„,„,,. 

His Ex. Ezra Buteer, ^ 

Hon. Seth Wetmore, "] 

Rev. Alimon Dunbar, 

Hon. Jonas Galusha, 

Hon. Israel P. Dana, 

Rev. James Hobart, 

Hon. D. AzRo A. Buck, \ J^.^ 

Rev. Amariah Chandler, { *" ^ '^ 

Rev. Joel Maivning, 

Hon. Phineas White, 

Rev. Calvin Yale, 

Hon. Thomas Emerson, 

Rev. Charles White, J 

Hon. Jeddthun Loomis, Treasurer. 

Hon. Joseph Hoaves, Auditor. 

Rev. Chester Wright, Secretary. 



Z.XTERAR?. 

Hon. William Hall, 

Hon. Charles K. Williams, ^ o i ; >-v 

JACOB COLLA.MER, LsQ. \ 

Benjamin F. Bailev, Esq. * ^loners, 
Ephraim Paddock, Esq. 



Horace Everett, ^ Commissioners 
Chauncy Lang don, > of 

Aaron Leland, y Deaf and Dumb. 



MIDDLEBURY COLLEGE. 

Commencement. — Third Wednesday in August, an- 
riually. 

Vacations. From commencement four weeks— 

from the first Wednesday in January, seven weeks— 
from the third Wednesday in May, two weeks. 

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I'er^aont Jlcadeviy of Medicine^ at Casileton, corinected] 

with Midd'chury CoUige. i 

,^ Medical Lectures — Commence on the first Tuesday 

^i" September aiinuaily. \ 

': UNivr.r!STTy of vermo.vt. — Jiurlkis;ion* j 

Covnnencc'/nvnt. — First Wednesday in August, an-' 
nufillvj j 

F'acaliovs. — From commencemerit fitrir Aveeks, asnd, 
from the finst Wednesday in Januaiy, eight weeks, j 

jyiedkal Lectures — Cunmience oi;>Iie second Wed-, 
nesday in Seoteuiber, annually. ! 

VER?,iONT MEDICAL SOCIETY. f 

Tlio annual meeting of the Vermont Medical Socie-; 
{yy was held at ihc State House on tlie lith October. 
Ojjleersfor 1827-.'?. i 

JosF.Pii A. Gali,up, President. \ 

JosfAH Shk»d, Fice-Pre.sident. \ 

James Sp\ldi]vg, Recordi7ig Sficrciary, \ 

VVm. Sweet.ser, Corresponding Sec. | 

Edward Lamu, Treasurer. | 

CEJVSORS i 



Charles Hall, 
Robert Paddock, 
Thomas VViaslow, 

W. P. GlBSOIV, 

Eldad xIlkkander, 



W3I. S'.VF.EtSER, 

John Fox, 
Hiram Swift, 

J. A. Al-LE-V, 



\OJjicerR of the General Grand liuyal Jlrch Chapter of 
I the United States of America, as elected at tjieir .s'ep- 
1 tennial ass^embiy in the city of Kcw-York, on Fri-\ 
day, September the\bth,\d2Q : — 
M. E. His Exceliency Be Witt Clinton, Governoi- 
of the state of New- York, General Grand High Priest. 
M E. John Snow, Esq.' of Worthiagton, Ohio, De- 
puty General Grand Hig-h Pnest. 

M. E. and Hon. John^Lyde Wilson, of Charleston, 
^outh Carolina, Gf-'neral Grand Kin«j-. 

M. E. and Rey. Paul Dean, of Boston. Mass. Gen- 
n-al Grand Scribe. 



Ul 

j M. E. ij'jDbeu3 Chapman, Esq. of the city oi'ISew- 
I York, General Grand Secretary. 

M. E. Pctor Grinnell, E^q. of Provider.ce, R. I. Ge- 
I'neral Grand Treasurer. 

M. E. ami Rev. Jonathan Nye, of Clareraont, F. 
H. General Grand Chaplain. 

M. E. William G.Hunt, Esq. of Nashville, Tennes-'-* 
see, General Grand Marshall. 



^ The followin;^ is a list of fhe OlTiGers of the Grand LoJu:e 
j of th-i State of Vermont, appointed at their last com- 
' munication. — October, A. L. 5827. 

M. W. Geo. E. Wales, Grand Master. 

W. Nathan B, Fl^swel!, Deputy G. M. 

W. Luther B. Hunt, Grand Senior Warden. 

W. Thdip C. Tucker, Grand Junior W. 

W. Joseph Howe?, Grand Treasurer. 

"^V. D. Azro A. Buck, Grand Stcretary. 

W. Oramel fl. Smith, Assistant Grand Sec. 

W. Willys Lyman, Grand Senior Deacon. 

W. Dana Hyde, Grand Junior Deacon. 

W. Reuben Kibbee, Grand Sword Bearer. 

W. Asa Patrid^e, Grand Pursuivant. 

W. Daniel Bovven, Grand >Tar;hal, 

W. Asa Gaylord, Grand Tyler. 

W. Rev. Simeon Parmalee, G. Chaplain. 

W, Timothv flubbard, ) 

W. Silas C' French, f ^ , ^^ 

W. Ira Owen, >GranJ Stewards. 

W. Geo. W. Hdl, ) 

DISTRICT DEPUTY CRAKD MASTERS. 

Xo. 1. Thas. F. Hammond, I No. 6. Josjah Shedd, 

No. 2. Hiland Hall, No. 7. haac Hill, 

No. 3. Horatio Needham, I No. 8. John Roberts. 

No. 4. Join Purdy, I No. 9. Reuben Kibbeo, 



No. 5. James L. Sawyer, | No. 10. Elijah Cleavland. 

The Grand Royal Arch Chapter of the State of Vermont 
held its annual communication at Rutland, on Wed- 
nesday, the 20th of June, 1827, when the following 
brethren were elected officers, viz : — 
M. E. and Rev. JoerClapp, Selburne, G. II. P. 

_E. Hannibal Hodgea, Clarendon, D. G. FL P. 



E. Naphtaii Shaw, 2d. Bradford, G. Kins;. 

E. Philip C. Tucker, Vergonnes, G. Scribe. 

E. Benjumin Lord, Rutland, G. Treasurer. 

E. Joel Green, Rutland, G. Secretary, 

E. and Rev. Joseph W. Sawyer, Brandon, G. Chajj. 

E. Benjoniin Smith, Rutla.nd, G. Vinter. 

E. Joseph Edson, Randolph, G. Marshal. 

Comp. jauies Barrett, jr. ^ 

Comp. (.Jeorg-e W. Daniels, > Grand Stewards. 

Comp. Barnabas E-llis, ) 

Comp. John Cobb, G. SentineL 

BANKS. 

J'^crmont Slate Banlc. — Benjamin Swan, Job Lyman, 
John Jackson, Directors. 

Bank if Burlington.— E. T. Ev.g\Q&\iY, Presiderd ; 
A. Thompson, Cashier. Capital, §150,000. 

Bank of JFindsor. — Abner Forbes, President ; Ed- 
ward R. Camp-bell, Cashier. Capital, glOO,000. 

Bank of Brattlehoro\ — Jonathan Hiuit, President; 
E. Seyriiour, Cashier. Capital, ^/i 00,000. 

Bank of Rutland^ — Robert Temple, President ; Wil- 
liam Page, Cashier. Capital, gl 00,000. 

Bank of Moritpelier. — E. Paine, President; Th .• 
Reed, jr. a/iVwerr Capital, glOO.OOO. 

Bank of Ca/edonia. — A. Clark, President; Z. New- 
ell, Cashier. Capital, 1^100,000. 

Bank of St. ^Uham.—'B. Swift, President; A. C 
Tracy, Cashier. Capital, ;^1 00,000. 

Bank of Ver2;ennes. — S, Strono-, President ; Wil- 
liam White, Cashier. Capital, ^100,000. 

Two new banks were granted at the last session of 
tlie General Assembly, viz. one at Bennington, and 
one at Chelsea, \yith a capital of ^100 000 ea"ch. 

Robert Pierpoint, Inspector of Banks in operation. 

Surveyor General^ Calvin C. Waller. 



Superi^itendent of the Vermont Stale Prison, Jo]}rii 
n. Cotton. j| 

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no 

Form of making out the General List in eacfi town in 

tkis siaie. 

STATS OF VERMONT. 

General List of the town of for the year 

No. Polls at ten dollars Js 

Acres of land appraised at dols. assessed at 6 per ct. is 
Houses and lots appuiteaant, appraised at dels, asses- 
sed at four per cent. is 
Mill3, stores, aistiUorios, &.c. appraisod at dollars as- _ 
sesaed at six per cent. is 
Oxea at two dollars is 
Cows and other cattla of 3 years old, at 1 dol. 25 cents is 
Cattle of 2 yeais old. at 7o cnup is 
Horses and mulos, of tlirce ynars old and upwards, valu- 
ed -35 do4!ars/or under, at one dollar is 
Koraa-^ and mules over '25 -dollars and not exceeding 75 

dollars, at d dollars is 

Hoise;: and mules, c.er 75 dollars at 6 dollars is 

Horses and mule^ of 2 years old at 2 dollars is 

Horses and mules of ' ^ear old at 1 dollar 25 cents 43 

Siallions of 4 years old and upwards, at 75 doUarg is 

Stallions of 3 years old at 30 dollars is 

Jacks at 40 dollars ^s 

Slirep at 10 csnts-per head » is 

Curnia^es" assessed at sus. per cent. is 

House clocks of brass — and brass time pieces at 2 Sols- is 
Ciold ^-atches at 4 dollars is 

Coniaion watches at 1 tiollar is 

t Money on hand and debts due at six pe* cent. is 

Bank and iiisurante stock, at three per cent. is 

Attornios assessed in the v/hole at dollars is 

Practitioners of physick and surgery assessed in the-. 

whole at doiiars is 

Slcchaniciis and manufacturers assesed in tlie whole 

at c'ollars is 

Merchants and traders assessed in the whole at dels, is 
Amount, including whole of two-folds, 
Deduct for minors equipped for military duty by 
parents, masters or guardians, at 10 dollars is 
Deduct one half of two-folds, added in the sev- 
eral items in said list, is 
Deduct militia polls, other than those who arc 
j equippod, exempted, at 10 dollars is 
Deduct horses of cavalry exempted, at 3 do!s. is 

Amount deducted, $ 

Balance, being true list for state tar, $ 



.Anecdote.— An Irish ofTicer of dratroons on hearino-l 
that Jus mother had married since he quitted Irelancf 
exclaimed '■ by J—, I hope she wont have a son oldrr I 
than me, for if she has I shall be cut out of th--eptPte " r 



1:^0 

A TABLli 
Showing the number of square miles of each state 
ill tne Umon; the populatiou of 1820; the average 
populaUon on a square rnile ; and the estimated value 
of manufactures in 1810. 



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Manie, 
N. Hamp. 
Mass. 
R. Lsland, 
Conn. 
Vermont, 
IN. York, 
jN. Jersey, 
Penn. 
Delaware, 
^Maryland, 
Virginia, 
N. Carol. 
S. Carol. 
Geor^fia, 



Jl,750i 

9,491 1 

7,250 

1,580 

4,764 

10, '2 12 

46,000 

8,320 

46,000 

2,120 

13,959 

64,000 

48,000 

2 1,000 

60,000 



Alabama, 44,000 

jMississip. 43,000 
I Louisiana, J48, 000 
'i Tennessee 40,000, 
i Kentucky, 42,000 

Ohio, 

Indiana, 
lllhnsis, 
i Missouri 
JMich.Te 
I Ark. Tor 
ICol. DiEt 



39,000 
36,000 
52,000 
60,000 
40,000 



Tot.r 



100 



9291 

7861 

6,740 

' 3,602 

7,967 

918 

39,367 

20,017 

30,423 

17,467 

147,128 

402,012 

219,629 

258,497 

151,439 

42,450 

33,272 

79,540 

82,826 

129,491 

4,723 

1,420 

1,374 

10,569 

174 

1,676 

10,425 



298,335 

244,161 

523,287 

83,059 

275,248 

235,764 

,372,812 

277,575 

,019,398 

72,749 

407,350 

,065,366 

638,829 

490,309 

q 10,989 

127,901 

75,448 

153,407 

422,813 

564,317 

581,434 

147,178 

55,211 

66,580 

8,896 

14,273 

33,0391330 



1,' 



! 19,625,7341 



121 



«1GNS OF A GOOD FARMER. 
His corn land is ploughed in the fall — liis bull is 
|irom two to five years old, and he works iiim. He 
seldom lets his work drive hini. Has a cookino- ctove 
with plcr.ty of pipe to it. The wood lots he possesses! 
nre fenced. His sled is housed in summer, and his I 
cart, ploug-iis and wheelbarrow, winter and sunraier 
iwhen not in nse; has as many yoke of good oxen as 
he has horsr-s — Does not feed his hogs with wjiole 
^rrijn — Lights may be seen in his house often before 
Creak of day in winter — His hog pen is boarded inside 
and out — Has plenty of weeds and mud in his yard in 
the fall — Ail his manure is carried out from his build-j 
ings and barn yard t'vice in the year, and chip dungl 
once a year— His cattle are almost all tied up in the; 
j winter — He begins to tind out tiiat manure put on landi 
I in a green state i^ the most profitable — Raises three' 
j times as many turnips and potatoe?= for his slock as he 
jdoes for his family — Has a good ladder raised against 
'the roof of his house — Has more lamps in his house 
'than candlesticks — Has a house on purpose to keep his 
ashes in, and an iron or tin vessel to take them up — 
He has a large barn and a small hovisc — seldom has 
more pigs than cows — adjoining his hog pen he lias a 
'hole to put weeds and sods, and makes three ICads ot 
Ibest manure from every old hog and two from every | 
[pig. A good farmer in this country begins to find out! 
'that steaming vegetables can be done at one third the' 
i expense of boiling — and that Mangel Wurtzel, Millet, 
JAltringham Carrot, and Ruta Baga are things worth 
thinking of — he fences before he ploughs and manures 
before he sows — He deals more for cash than on credit. 



Rules for the mnnngement of Slock. — The size of cat- 
itle should never be above that w'hich the pastures can 
support in a thriving condition. No attempts should 
be made to raise them to an undue size by crossing.) 
Animals intended for the butcher should be kept in a* 
.state of regular improvement. The best pastures! 
should be allotted to that portion of the stock which 
jgoes first to the market ; the next in quality, to the 



122 , j 

breeders; and the worst pasture, to the inferior, or': 
g-rowing stock. Great care should be taken not to; 
overstock pasture, which is attended witi> ofreat lor^s; 
to the farmer, and the community. This ou^^ht to be' 
particularly avoided in regard to youn^- and grov^'ing-j 
annimals. If they ape kept poor, during- one part of the ; 
year, they will scarcely thrive during- the remainder;! 
and, when ill fed, will never attain to their proper size: 
and proportion. Lastly; the food, whatever itinoy' 
! be, should not bo too suddenly chang-ed. It is seldom ; 
i profitable to brhjg- lean animals immediately from coarse ' 
ito rich pastures; and a chang-e from dry to succulent , 
ifood, or the reverse, should be o-radually effected. At 
ichang'3 of pastur^:, hov^7eve^, of the same quality, tends! 
ito produce a g-reater accumulation of fat. j 

j Cutting cfGrnln. — It is the opinion of experienced 
i husbandmen, that wheat should be ^ut down some days 
: before it is fully or dead ripe. The (rrain hardens weil 
i in the sheaf; the sample is better ; and there is notii- 
|ino- lost in measure by this mode of manag-ement. The 
j harvest thus begins earlier, and its labours are more 
! equally distributed. Barley ought likewise to be cut 
I down before it is ripe; otherwise the straw b -comes 
brittle, and much loss is occasioned by the heads brea-j 
king diL Though oats are reckoned a hardy grain, 
yet the more early varieties, being liable to damage 
from high winds, or from exposure to much heat, ougijt| 
to be cut as soon as they are nearly ri})e, in order to; 
lessen the risks to which they are exposed. An ex-j 
perienced farmer states, that all sorts of grain ought 
to be cut Vi^henevor the etraWy immediately belovv the 
I ear is so dry, that, on tvv'isting it. no j'iice can be ex- 
pressed; for tlif-^n the grain caim'ot improve, a^J thej 
circulation of the juices to the ear is stopped. It mst- i 
ters not, that the stock below is green. Every hour: 
that the'grain stands uncut, after passing this stage, | 
is attended with loss. j 

B'jivare of cold venter. — If neither the voice of rea- 
son, says Doctor Rush, nor the fatal examples of those | 
who have perished from this cau^e, are sufHcient to ji 
produce restraint in drinking a Ia7^^e quardliy nfcdld\\ 



123 

\aquors, Vv'hen the body is preternataralhj healed, theii; 
let mo venture lo give the following advice. 1. Grasp 
the vessel out of which _you are about to drink, for a; 
minute or lono'er, with both your hands. This will 
abstract a porlion of heat from the body, and iuiparL 
heat at the same time to the cokl liquor, provided the^ 
vessel is made of metal, glass, or earth. ^ 2. If yon are' 
not furnished with a cup, and are obliged to drink by, 
hringinn- your mouth in contact with a stream which 
issuer from a pump, or a spring, ah.vays wash your, 
hands and face, previously to your drinking, v.'ith-a| 
little of the cold water. By this means a portion ofj 
the heat is conveyed away from the body. 

How to avoid the Dysentery. — Dr. Rush advises, as a 
preventive of this disease, that spices, and particularlyj 
Cayenne pepper, and the red peppers of our own coun- 
itry, should be taken with our daily food. Mr. Dewer, 
a British surgeon, informs us, that the French, while 
in Kgypt, frequently escaped the diseases ot the coun- 
|try, by carrying pepper with them to eat with the fruits 
iof the land. Purging physic should also be taken, as 
jany medicine of a laxative nature, by pieventing cos- 
jtiveness, will act as a preservative from this disease. 
I Glauber. or Epsom salts are particularly recommended, 
j Molasses, eaten plentifully, acts as a preventive, by 
(keeping the bowels in a laxative state. Another rule 
I to be observed, is, to avoid exposure to the a'(X«?/)n(?w 
of the 7iii^-kt air. When necessarily exposed, the bow- 
iels should be more carefully protected than any other' 
I parts of the body. These directions enjanate from a 
high source ; and deserve serious consideration. 

Accounts. — Regular accounts are not so common 
among Farmers as they ought to bo ; and in this re- 
rpect, persons employed in other professions are much 
more atteiitive and correct. The advantage to be de- 
rived from regular accounts, cannot be doubted. By! 
examining them, a t'armer is enabled to ascertain thei 
nature and tJje extent of the expense he has incurred,! 
in the various operations of agricLdture ; and to disJ 
cover vv^hat particular measure, or what general sysJ 
'-em, contributes to profit, or occasions loss. The' 



i -15i I 

ij)rincJi)le ot economy may thus bo introduced into thej 
iinanag-eraent of a farm ; and the lessening of L'x;)onsci' 
j effected. It is proper to add, that to record pecuniary i 
i transactions, is not the only object to be attended to, 
jin the accounts of a Farmer. It is necessary to have;' 
!an annual account of the live stock and pf their value 
;at the time; of the quantity of hay unconsunied ; of, 
ithe o-raiu in store, or in the stack-yard ; and of the im-j 
I'plements and other articles in which the capital is in-' 
; vested. An account, detailing theexpensc and return* 
jofeach fiekl, according to its productive contents, i.;?! 
likewise essential. Without this, it is impossible to' 
calculate the advantage of diiferent rotations ; thej 
most beneficial mode of managing a farnj ; or the im- 
provements of which it is susceptible. 

Ilog'-sty. — This building should contain one apart-} 

msnt in which the sv/ine shall bo perfectly dry, and: 

well provided with strrw for their bed. Another parr^ 

of it should be open, and without a wooden lloor ; ibri 

swine will not well boar to be wholly secluded from' 

the weather. Besides, this open part may bo extend- 

i ed, so as to afford a line place for making manure. I 

i It should be lowest in the middle, and no water should 

I ever run from it. With proper care, many loads of 

i valuable manure will be made every year, where these 

I animals are kept. The trough should be made fast at 

the upper side ; and if tne edges are covered with iron,* 

jit will be well. Tiicre should be stakes before it, so 

; thick that one swine only can get his head between 

I any tv/o of them. The keeping of swine is very prof-j 

j itable to the farmer. Indian corn is the best food for] 

I them, but it should be ground, or boiled till it is soft.ji 

I Like human creatures," however, they require some 

I variety in their food. Hteamed potatoes may be given 

i them vi'ith much advantage. 



The Moon. — Take care to procure good seed for all; 

the crops you intend to raise, and have it sown early, 

J have your grounds^ v/cU prepared, and let them be welf 

tended, and regard the Moon as much, and as little, as 

you please. 



CONTENTS. 



lAoconnts, 

'Almanack, 

'Army of the U. States, 

lAspects, 

Bank?, 

Bloat in cattle, 

Com. of the Seasons 

Continental Army, 

Consuls and Ascents, 

Census of the U. States, 

Civil Government of Vt. 

C<varts, sessions of 

Co]le;jes, 

Cutting- grain. 

Cold water, 

County appointments, 
town otficers, attor- 
nies, clergymen, &c. 
in each town in the 
Slate, arranged by 
counties, 

Bennin°:ton county,. 



iVViudhani 


do. 


'flu Hand 


do. 


1 Windsor 


do. 


; Addison 


do. 


'Orann^e 


do. 


Chittenden 


do. 


' vVaphinsrton 


do. 


Caledonia 


do. 


Franklin 


do. 


Orleans 


do. 


!Grand-l3le 


do. 


Esrex 


do. 



Dysentery, how to avoid 12 
District Court of Vt. 4 

iv;]ip;e«. 

I Electoral Vote?, 5 

Fanner's Calendar, 
Government of the Uni- 
ted States, 



123 Good Beer, (70 

5 General List, form of 119 j 

55 Hints, 

2 Judiciary of Vermont, 6,3 1 
liSMasonic, 116 

3 Moveable Feasts, 3 
3 IVlanag;ement of stock, 121 

37 Mint, 55 
6liNavy 56 
57 OiBcers of the customs 
61 1 in Vermont, 56 
112 Officers of the govern- 
115 ment since the adop- 
122! lion of the constitu- 
tion, 43 
Officers of the Depart- 
ment of State of the 
United States, 48 
Patent Oifice, 43 
Public Ministers, 49 ■ 
65[Rates of Postu-e, 56 
65|gxilari3s and Fees, 112 
69|Signs of the Zodiae, 2 
74'Signs of a good farmer, 121 
7y, Signers of Declaration 
841 of Independence, 39 
uB^Societies, religious 114 
92 School Commissioners, 1 15 
96 Supreme Court of the 
99 United Slates, 48 i 
102 Superintend. S. Prison, 118 
100 Surveyor General, 118 

109 Table of the square 

110 miles, population, &€. 
of each state, 120 

Ten, 3 

To salt nrat, 36 

Treasury I>epartment, • 54; 

4lU. States' Calendar, 28 i 

jVermont, Situation, kc. 58 

4i;VVar Department, 55, 



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No. XII. 
WALTON'S 

VERMONT REGISTER 

AND 

FARMER'S AL,MA:N^AC, 

FOR THE YEAR OF OUR LORD 



18 



BEING FIRST AFTER BISSEXTILE, 
OR LEAP-YEAR, 

AND THE FIFTY-THIRD OF AMEHICAN INDEPENDENCE. 



Calculated for the Meridian of Montpelier, io latitude 

44° 17'^iorth, and long^itude 4^ 25' east from the 

Capitol of UM^Qited States at Washington. 



fygKnite( 



ASTRONOMICAL CALCULATIONS 

BY ZADOCK THOMPSON, A. M, 



M0NTPELIER: 

PITBLISHED BY JE. P. WALTON, AT THE MONTPJELTER 
BOOK-STORE. 



No. XIl. 

,VE11M0NT KSGISTEH 

i AM) 

FOR THE YEAR 07 OUR LORD 

^M^ ■ 

BEING FIRST AFTER BISSEXTILE, 
OR LEAF^YEAI?, 

AXD THE FIFTY-THIRD OF Ar.iEIlICAN INDEFENDEXCX;. 



Culcnitile^l fay Ihe !VI.ofk!ia>n of Moutpeiitr, in latitude 
I 4-i^ 17' Piurlh, Htiit' WngituJc 4^ 25' east fiota the 
Ciioitol of the UiiifsJ i'lules at Wushiu^itoxi. 



AST ROr;or.! ICAL CAI.CULATiO:S"S 

BY SAIXJCK TKOMPSON, A. M. 



:UOiN( irj^/LIiLiK: 

I FU3L13LIED E if E. P. V.ALTo::, A7 THE MOX^PJELIER 



BOOK-STORE- 



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NAMES AjND CHATlACTKllS OF THE PEAKET3. 

^The Sun. 1 ? Venus 1( Jupiter. 

@@TiieMoon. ©The Earth- T;> Saturn. 

V Mercury. | c^ Mars. itiHerschel. 

JVames and Characier.<i of the Signs of' the Zodiac. 
T Aries. 




Pi^ccs.X 



NAi\TES AM) CHARACTERS OF THE ASPECTS. 

Q Ascending- Node. 5 Descendinir Node. 

(i Conjunction, or in the same longitude, 

n QuartUle, or difforing 3 si-rns in lonp-itudo. 

^ Opposition, or differing- 6 signs in longitude. 



CHROIMOLOGICAE CYCLES. 



Dominical Letter, 
Golden number, 
Epact, 



D 

6 
25 



Solar Cycle, 
Roman Indiction, 
Julian Period, Gi 



18 



42 



Ecliptic 8 1 36 f Apparent time in 

Middle of fclip-se, 1 44 j the morning. 
Ead of eclipse, 2 5<5 J 

Duration 2h. 24^n. Digits eclipsed 6 deg. 5ni. on the 
Mooivs south iirab. 
IV. Sept«ir.oer27th, Sun eclipsed, invisib'?; ^ at9h. 
lOni. in the evcnmr^. Moon's lat- 3i min. north. 



SOLAR A-ND LU.NAR ECLIPSES IIV 1829. 

L March 20th, Moon eclipsed, invisible ; S at 8h. 
5uni. in the morning. 

II. April 3d, Sim eclipsed, invisible ; 6 at5h. 28m. 
m the evening-. Moon's latitude 35' south. 

III. September 13Lh, Moon eclipsed, vioible asfol-, 



ows 



Beg-inning OIi. 32m.'] 

1 36 



MOVEABLE FEASTS. 

Se^lituag'ssin-.a&ip.dav, Feb. JS.'Low Sunday, April 26 

Ouioq. or I^^hrov.- Fund. MarcvJi llRogation Snnckiy, May 24 

Ash Wcdnefdiy, or 1st dav of j.Asrsensioa Day," or Ilolv Tliurs- 

■i-ent, March 4| day. ' I\iav 28 

Mid Lent Snndavj Maioh Ss.Wint Sunday, June 7 

Pali.i Sunday, A;i!i! ISJTrinitv Sunday, . Jano 14 

r.a-tc-rDay, April 19;AdveiU Sunday, I^ov. 29 

COM>iENCE>IE>T OF THE SEASONS. 

Spring begins March 20th, 3h. 44m. evening. 
Summer — June 21st, Ih. 15m. evening. 
Autumn — Sept. 23d, 3h. 24m. morning. 
Winter — Dec. 21st, 8h. 26m. evening. 



To iH'ike Oais prove doublij nulritioii^ to horses.— In-\ 
stead of grinding the oats, break them in a mill ; andj 
'the some quantity M'ill prove doubly nutritious. An-] 
Other method is, to boil the corn, and give the horsesi 
the l;i;aor in whicii it has been boiled ; the result willj 
be, thi.t instead of .six bushels in a crude state, three 
bushels so pre^jared will be found to ansvi'er, and to 
keep the animals in superior vigor and condition. 



I Those who early accustom themselves to reading, 
reflection and rational amusement, will find themselves 
enabled to render the winter of their days calm and 
rdeasant. 



JANUARY, first month. 



FARMERS CALENDAR. 

' Winter has come from the icy eeas, 
Where the bleak v/irids blow ami the salt waves freeze, 
U'here the sun shinps oa through a 'oug- day's light, 
And at Itist gives place to a long — long night.'' 

Time wings his steady liiLWit— -the seasons walk their 
round — empires and individ(iais rise, decline and fail 
:and ail thino's are quickly nKU'inj^ towards that bourne! 
Iwhence eternit}' begins. Another year with all itsj 
'varied scenes — its joys — its sorrows — is closed iiponi 
:tho world, and its annals arc inscribed in. lije book of| 
;God's remembrance, in eternity to be rer.il to us who! 
■acted, or had a part to act, in its momentous scionos. j 
i'That year is now beyond our roacli. Its mispcnl huurs i 
;can never be recalled. Repinin.L'; is in vain. 'Twilii' 
^not atone our sins nor procnrp ibr them forgiveaessJ 
iThen do your duty now, and hei-eafter, and trii^-t thej 
Ipust with Ciod, your Maker. Tho peniterst and re- 
jrormcd he will forgive and bless t!ieir humble elforts,' 
'when they strive to mend their lives and, conduct. 
iThen with the year begin anew thy life, and through 
the same keep pace with bnsmeiis and with duty. Let 
Inot a moment's time in id]en<.'Fjs be wasted. Yon have; 
a mind and heart fis well as larm to cultivate, and when 
the latter is covered with snovv the former claim at- 
tention. Plant in 3^our minds the seeds of knowledge, 
and in your hearts the secd.s of virtue anci religion, 
and carefully cultivate tho tender plants. 

Your barns now require pnrticuinr attention, f^r.i\\ 
tyou should see to them \Vith your own eye^. Boy^- m'.dv \ 
jsave you some steps, but th.ey nmst not be too far tni^i ■' 
|ed or depended upon. Sec tliat your hay is not wost- 
jed, your cattle may feel tho wnni oi'it before Rumnser. 
Sufter not the roads in you.r neighborhood to bo block- 
ed with snow. Public spirit is a noble? virtue, the 
iwant of it abject meamiess. 

I Tho Greeks ascribe tho invoniion of hours to Anax-j 
iimaodcr, who probaijly recci vod it from the C'';.'kioans- 
ilt has recently been ascert'iined thft the division of 
itho day into hours was knov.'u to <\ud adopted by the 
|Hindoos from tlseir earliest agrs. 



J A:\UARV hdLii 31 days, — 1C^9. 



"Cark flitting round a mouldering tower, 
I spied a strangely awful form, 
And swifter moved the h?ster.ing pow."r, 
And louder roared the crashing storm. 



# Kew moon 5tlj day, Uh. Im. morning, 
d First quarter, 12th day, 2h. 25m. morning- 
O Full moon IQtii day, 7h. 24m. evening. 
D Last quarter 28th day, Oh. 29m, morning. 



3 


5 


CALENDAR, ASPECTS, (fcc. 


ris-e ' sets 


s. Ipl 


r. &s. 


Y5 


Circumcision. Clovdv\l 3[J|4 22 


4 111 


2 56 


2! 6 


fl/mir 3P 4 22 


At 


4 




ro/ri. 7 37 4 23 


At 


5 4 


^D]2ndSund.aftei-€hristma.'-!7 37|4 23 


b.^fS 


6 2 


5 2 Pcop!' 7 3614 24 


QCr 


( set. 


6 3 Epiphany. ivil: 7 SoU 241 Gj-o^ 


6 16 


'^l 4| not be disappointed 1 35j4 25 


7hX 7 26 


^^1 5 Lucian.Bat at N.O.lSl.?. 7 34j4 26 


7 '^ 8 39 


^'1 6 ( porio-ca to sce\l 34;4 26 


s!>t 9 51 


1^^, 7 ^ .9>iou-.i7 33J4 27 


81k 


11 2 


l^iD istSundsfEpipii. c ti 


7 33 '4 27 


9iT 


morn. 


12 


'^jSiriiip south 11 h. eve. 


7 32|4 28 


9 m-: 


10 


!■' 


2|3 V d superior. 


f 7.10 


7 31 !4 29 


9 « 


1 17 


14 


^^1 


P.. 


7 30;4 30 


10 y 


2 20 


1' 


^.Y^d. L. sou. 9h. 
6 ( south. [lOiii. ev. ' 


8.50 


7 29|4 Sli'lOln 


3 20- 


It; 


9.40 


7 28 


4 32 1lin 


4 19 


1 7 


"JlFraklmb. 1703. 


10.29 


7 27 


4 ssinjs 


5 10 


!a 


f>|2d. S. at: Epipk. 1 


11.18 


7 26 


4 34ill:S 


5 57 


19 


2I Sii^nsof alhaw. 


7 25i4 33 12 2£ 


( ris. 


'? 


3'©i? 3 ©enters-- 


7 24J4 36!l2'sl 


5 50 


21 


•ij 


7 23!4 37|12 


,Q 


G 54 


22 


^\(~)^6 (Apogee. 


7 22 1 4 38 12 


'^^; 


7 56 


23 


Gj Shrldlng 


7 2114 39 13 


nr; 


8 55 


24 


7J tolerable 


7 20|4 40 13 


'^i 


9 51 


25 


Dl3d Sund. af. Ep. Con. St. 


7 19 4 41 13 


^^ 


10 45 


26 


2! ( .Q. i Paul. 


7 1714 43 13 


.? 


11 42 


27 


3 


Snow 


•7 16 4 44 


13i 


morn. 


28 


4 


and high wind. 


7 154 45 


13 


T^i- 


40 


29 


5 


Geo. IV. accession, 1820. 


7 14 4 46 


13 


ifl 


1 40, 


30 


G 


K. Charles I. Martvr. 


7 13 4 47 


14 


^ 


2 40 


|31 


7 




7 12(4 48 


14 


l_ 


3 3'i 



A'Z 



l^'hiBIU-'ARV— b(-coru 



FARHIF.R S CALENDAR. 

' Where Iho wild Aurora 'orilliantly playg, 

Darting; its beautifjii iance-like r;.;ys ; 

Where t!ie white bear siis with his shfi;y:2;y forin, |j 

A.nd howls to the roar of the beating' storm/ ji 

— ~— ~. _ I 

"•Most men ?pi'iyJ thcii' lives in anllcipp.tiony, in| 
dotertnining to be vo.stiy bappy at some period or other j 
when they have tiine. Bnt the present time has one; 
advantage over every ot.her— it is our own. Past op-! 
portunities are gorsc, future are viol cosue. We tnay j 
lay in a stack of pieasnrc, as we vvould Jay in a stock j 
of wine ; but if we defer tasting them too lon^, we siiall i 
♦inn that botli are soured by age. Let our iinppincss,; 
thereforej be a uiode.st rjiansion, which we ean iniiabitj 
while wo have our hcaltli and vigour to enjoy it; not i 
a fabric so vast and ercpansive that it has cost lis tlie| 
beet part of onr lives to build it, and which we can ex- : 
pcct to cccnpy oidy when Vv^e have icss crcasion for a 
habitation than a tonsb. It has been well observed | 
that we sboidd treat fiitvirity as an aged friend ironi; 
whom ivc expect a rich !cga*^.y. Let us do nothing to! 
forfeit his esteem, and treat !fnn wit{j respect, not with I 
[servility. Bat lot us not be too prodjgal when young, ^ 
jnor too parfimonions wh.en old, otherwise we shall falij 
'into the comvnor. error of those, v;hn when they had! 

I 'the povvcr to enjoy Imd not the prndence to aeqoire;, 
land when they had tlie priideucj to ncqriire had JU'I 
jlonger the power to enjoy." I 

gl lie Vvdio idles away his tin^o at tliO tayern. or lonnr^e.-. : 
|at the grogshop, while jiis poor wife and cidldren are' 
, shivering over a handfuj of faggots at home, hungry.! 
{ragged and disconsolate, deserves not the name o!" hiK-.- j 
Iband, father, citizen or patriot. He may jiavo the; 
ijshape of a man, but he has the heart of a bnite. The; 
igrogshop is the vortex of ruin, and ardent fipiri^ts drown 
^niore than all tlie streams, and otlier water npon the 

ll *'Fan-jiiiarise yourself vcith your books, keep tliem 

faccnrateiy, and frequently investigate and sdjuat their 
Icontents. This is an imncrtant item." 



FEBRUARY hath 23 days— 1 829. 

'Twas time, on fii y pinioim driven, 
For vollieJ lij,'htnings rent tlie sky; 

Tiie clouds with hissing bolts were riven, 
And ruin roH'd in tiumder by. 

9 New moon 3d day, 9h. 33m. evening. 
) First quarter lOlh day, 2h. 30in. evening 
O Full moon 18th day, 2h. 22m. evening-. 
d Last quarter 26th day, 3h. 27m. evening 



:- jCALENDA] 



iSPECTS, &.C. 



© I © 



Dl 

o' 
31 

4' 

-I 

7j7i 

n! -^1 

12! 5; 
13! 6i 
U|7! 

16' 9' 

it! 



Uh Sand. af. Epipli. 17 

Purification of B.V.Maryu 

Hi^h vnmhlt 

D Perifrcc. ljnsle;ulij.l 

SnoiGs\l 

boimlifidli/.h 

Dljth Suiid. aft. Eruphariv. ,7 

2; Otdh 

BorcaslG 



Gr. el on or 



r. ^ ( 7.3316 
I 3.2310 



3* 

U.I 41 
19; 51 
20 6t 

22' Di 



] i!4 49 
9|4 5) 
814 52 
614 54 

sU 55 

314 57 

2|4 58 
) 4 59 

595 

58|5 

5615 

54 !5 

5 3 1 5 

5i;5 

4v^;5 

43|5 

5 



©# # 
s. pi r. &-S- 



Valentin". 5 snn. { 9.12i6 

Septuagis. Sund. j 9 5916 

[10.45'G 

in drifling\Q 

©ei'ter.^Tv D apogee. t^/'|6 

^ Stationarv. the snoii\\S 

16 

^ D Q , . 1^ 
Sex?gls^. S'jnd. WasInng-iS 
[ton born 1732. JS 
St. Matthias. J6 

Good sleighing 'G 
nndijcell improved P) 35 '5 25 
6.y the lads and 6 33 1 5 27 
© ^ d Inferior. lasses. 



9 
11 

12 
14 
16 

16 

18il 
20! 1 



^1 



46 
4.5 

44 
42j5 
4015 
39 i5 
37!5 
3615 24 1 



4 

4 
4 

4 
4 

4;.^ 



4 30! 

5 21 
D set. 

6 7 

7 9 

8 33 [ 

9 4G| 
10 54 
morn. 

2! 

1 7: 

2 10; 

3 it 



45- 

26; 

4' 

361 



D rise; 

6 29 

7 26 

8 24 

9 22 
4l-_^i!0 22 

11 22 

morn. 

23 

3|jr I 1 24'; 

o\\f9\ 2 



4K 

sirfi 

3^ 



Venus .will be morning- star tul 
thence evcnincr star till the end of 



tne 20tU 
the year, 



ot May— i 



MARC H—t bird roonth. 



But soon is heard the voice oi spring ; 
Is heard the flap of the warbler's win^ 
'J''he suows dissolve and flow amain, 
In torrents upon the deluged plain. 



! Do not think of knocking out anotlier personsbrains 
ibf cause he happens to differ from you. Your own 
!opimons are by no means the pame as they used to be, I 
|and it would be just as rationol to knock yourself on| 
'the head because you differ from yourself ten years! 
'ago ! It is one thing to be stiff and another to be stea- 
|dy in an opinion. The steady man changes when rea-' 
Ison requires it, but the stiff necked is at war with al]| 
[reason. 

j All who have suitable trees should now be in readi- 
|ness for the manufacture of maple sugar. He who 
;now makes one pound of sugar from the produce of his 
own lands, adds so much to the stock of our national ' 
wealth; y/hereas that stock is diminished in the same 
degree by every pound purchased from abroad. Bc- 
jsides sugar made at home must possess a sweeter fla- 
;vor to an independent Amerian of the north, than that 
which is mingled with the groans and tears of slavery. 
IjAnd nov; to avoid being importuned and fretted at all 
I summer, you will find it to your advantage to get out 
your flax. When there is so much storm and bluster 
out a door, we should endeavor by all means in our 
power, to cultivate peace within. A good husband 
almost invariably makes a good wife, and good parents, 
o'ood children ; so you see all depends upon you gen- 
tlemen. 

Your cattle and sheep now require your strictest at- 
tention. Much may be now lost by a very little neg- 
lect. If your hay crumbles sprinkle it with brincc 
Old Boreas is now making his last efforts. He will 
soon have to yield, and retreat to his northern cave. 

" He who never changed any of his opinions, never 
corrected any of his rrdstakes ; and he who was never 
wise enough to find mistakes in himself, will not be 
charitable cBou«h to excuse them in others." 



MARCH hath 31 days— 18^29. 


Thon came a voieo like rivers pent, 


Eotv.-een two mountains' craggy sides 


i Like Erie, o'er its cascade sent, 


i And iiuruser than the ocean tides.'' 


i New moon 5th day, 7h. 43in. monurio-. 


; > First quarter 12th day, 4h. 57m. mornhig-. 


i O ^«ji tnaon 20th day, 3h. 58m. morning. 


C Lnrri rninvtGr 2Sth day, 2h. 26m. m'lrninn^. [ 


2 i i !CALE^■DAR, ASPECTS, &C. 


© 


© 


©# 


% 1 




rise 


sets 


s. 


Pi 


r. vSis. ' 


1 1 D]v^ui!i<^;iaooi>inia Sundav. 


J 30.^ 30 


13 


V^ 


3 20 1 


j 2, 2| This month 


') 28 5 32 


13 


~-^ 


4 10! 


o\ 3 j Shrove Tuesday. i.- 


] 27 5 33 


12 


-w 


4 56! 


\ 4! 4 


Ash \Veda. ]) 5 cj' I) per. 


3 25 5 35 


12 


X 


5 38 


! 5; 5 


© li emphaticalh 


3 24 5 36 


12 


K 


]) set. 


j ^i ^ 


D ^ ca//ec/ 


3 22 5 38 !2 


0,. 


7 191 


7! 7 


the vAnd 


•3 21 5 39 11 


^f 


8 35; 


! 8:d 


1st Sund. in lent, month. 


6 19 5 41 11 


y 


9 48 i 


i 9j2 


Brrin 


6 17 5 43 11 


« 


10 55' 


jlO 3 


accompnnied 


3 15 


5 45 11 


b' 


morn. ! 


!n 4 


with heamj 


6 14 


5 46 10 


n 


li 


■1-2! 5 


Gies:ory. wind 


6 12 


5 48 10 


n 


58: 


ii3| 6 


t stationary. from 


6 11 


5 49 10 


Z3 


1 45 


:i4; 7; • f'8. 1 


3 9 


5 51 10 


:-0 


2 30' 


'15;D|2d Sun. it^Lont. i 8.48 


6 8i5 52i 9 


r, 


3 8 


■161 2 D south. { 9,33 


6 7 5 531 9 


0'" 


3 42 


\r/' 31 D Apogee. 10.18 


6 SJS 55] 9 


a 


4 13': 


18j 41 {^11. 1 


6 3 5 57 


8 


''X 


4 45, 


il9| 5| the so^'Ui. 


6 1 5 59 


8 


^J( 


5 15 


20| 6l0f>n(orsT ©eclipsed, in- 


6 06 


8 




D risej 


!2ll 7j Benedict. [visible. 


5 59 


6 1 


8 


z^ 


7 20 f 


!22;D!3dSund. in Lent. 


5 57 


6 3 


7 


^ 


8 20; 


i 23: 2 A good rim 


5 55 


6 5! 7 


■u 


9 21' 


i 2 4{ 3 of sap. 


5 53!8 7 7 


r.] 


10 22 


!25i 4 Annan. B. V, Mary. 


5 .5216 8 7 


^' 


11 22 


26] 5! J-Iore 


5 50 6 10 6 


t 


morn, i 


27| 6{ ^ Gr- elon^. rain 


5 486 12I 6 


t 


20 


23 71 Tp stationary. and\ry 47|G 13 6 


\3 


1 14 


29 D.'ith S. in Lent. Mid Lent 5 46,6 14 5 


\? 


2 3i 


30 2} [Sunday. 3 44i6 16 5 - 


2 49} 


31 Siij; stationary. wind.\5 43|6 17) 5 at 

'-.-_ 


3 32 1 

1 



APRIL — fourth n;onti). 



Winter is gone to the desr- of the north ; 
The verdure of spring i' peeping' forth, 
To de-ck the earth v/it ; bsau'^e?- rare, 
And mingle fragrance in ih^. balmy air. 

See that your fencss are repaired early and tliorough- 
ly. Cattle, siici'p and horses will do much injury at 
this season, if |)ermitted to range in your orcliardsJ 
your meadows and your fields. And if you put up your 
fences in a slight manner so that your cattle once break 
through thcni, you may thank your stars if you ever 
keep them within any bounds afterwards. It 13 wiih 
cattle as with men, one offence leads to the commis- 
t-icR of many more. It is raucii easier to prevent trans- 
gression than to reform the transgressor. 

Spring grain may be sown on dry lands as soon as 
tlie frost is out, and garden vegetables for sun)mer use 
should be sown the latter part of this month. Enter 
upon your business this month with the lidl determin- 
ation to keep pace vi'ith yom* business through the 
year. If you once fall behind your business, instead 
of driving it, you Vv'ill be dragged, and ifyou are dragged 
you may be both stripped and bruised. 

Be neither prodigsl of your money, nor on the other 
hand too parsimonious. ' A prodigal m.ay start whh 
ten thousand pounds, and die worth nothing; a miser 
may start with nothing, and die worth ten thousnnd 
pounds. It has been asked which had the best of it? 
I should presume the prodigal of the tv/o. He has 
'spent a fortune, the miser has only left one—he has 
liived rich to die poor; the miser has lived poor to die 
rich ; and if the prodigal quits life in debt to others, 
jthe miser quits it still deeper in debt to himself.' Bal- 
ance then the account between thi/seif and others and 
die in debt to neither. 

"■ It is easy to be upright in prosperity, it is the day 
of adversity that proves the heart. 
, It is a brave mind that exults not over a fallen foe, — 
it is a weak one, that tramples on him. j 

"• Every man hath just as much vanity as he v/ancs 
understanding." 
' -^— ■ . 



APRIL hath 30 days— 1829. 




" Oh, sluggard I while thy life but dreams 


1 


Its every pulse of pleasure dead 




In slumber; v.hile tlie morning beams 




Play round thy hea ■. 


i 


® New moon 3d day, 5h. 29m. evening 


1 


D First quarter lOlh day, 9h. 14m. evenino^. || 


O Full moon 19th day, Ih. 29m. mornir 


S- 


d Last quarter 26th day, lOh. 2m. moriiing. || 


^ ^ 


CALENDAR, ASPECTS, &.C. 


© 


^1 


©®i 


e ! 




a 


' ' rise 


Sft? 


s. 


Pi 


r. ifcs.i 


''i; 


41 


^:jring 


5 4216 18 


~4 


M 


4 8' 


2: 5 


advances. 


3 40 6 20 


4 


X 


4 39 


3' 6 ©eclipsed invisible. 


5 39 6 21 


3 


T 


D set. ; 


4I 7 


Somewhal 


5 37 6 23 


3 


cp 


7 29 i 


5D 


5th Sund. in Lent. 


5 35 6 25 


3 


« 


8 41i 


^l 


2 


cooler. 


5 34 6 26 


2 


b 


9 53 


7 


3 


Pleasant 


5 32 6 28 


2 


n 


10 57 


i S 


4 


and 


5 31 6 29 


2 


n 


11 48 


' 9 


5 


agreeable 


5 29 


6 31 


2 


ffi 


morn.; 


10 


6 


weather. 


5 28 


6 32 


1 


3 


33 


11 


7 




5 27 


6 33 


1 


io 


1 12 


12 


D 


6th Sund. in Lent. 


5 26 


6 34 


1 


'^L 


1 50 


13 


2 


April 


5 24 


6 36 





a 


2 25 


14 


3 


©Apogee. 


5 23 6 37 





''^\i 


2 55 


15 


4! showers. 


5 21 6 39 


F 


nT7 


3 24 


16 


^1 


5 19 6 41 





|'>i 


3 51 


17 


6jGood Friday. © b n I> 8 


5 186 42 







4 20 


IC 


7j Roads 


5 16 


6 44 


1 


^ 


4 53 


10 


DJEaster Day. 


5 15 


6 45 


1 


'f^ 


D rise 


20 


2; eg) enters b # rather' 5 13 


6 47 


1 


^a 


8 21 


21 


Q 


muddy. \b 12 


6 48 


1 


'^i 


9 26 


22 


4 


Look onto 10|6 50 





^ 


10 25 


23 


5 


St. George. for^-5 9 


6 51 


2 


^ 


11 19 


24 


6 


a thunders 8 


6 52 


2 


\9 


morn. 


. 25 


" 


St. Mark. storm^S 6 


6 54 


2 


'fj 


10 


26 


D 


iat Sund. aft. East. LowU 5J6 55 


1 2 




5G 


;27 


2 [Sund. ©^ni5 3 6 57 


3 


S 


2 17, 


;28 


3 the latter pari 3 2 6 58 


3 


X 


2 16; 


^29 


4 of this 5 16 59 


3 


X 


2 53 


30 


^'i I> (3 ©Perigee, month. 5 7 


3|t 


3 30 



tlxVY — fifth month. 



FAHMI:R S CALEKUAR 

The groves put on their dress of jjreea ; — 
Opeuing flowers enliven the scene — 
The ploughman jogs the fiei(b along, 
And cheers his teem with a merry &ong. 

If it be true, as says the proverb, that an idle mar. 
Irrains are the Devivs workshops the old gentleman'^' 
business must have very much increased of late, if for-; 
f-ooth his business may be judfTed of by the number of 
shops he occupies. Eject him from the prernitjcs, 
down with Jiis sign, neig-hborfi ! ISut to be serious, 
' Idleness is truly the hot bed of temptnlion, the cradle 
of disease und the canker worm of ieiicity. In a liltlo 
time, to the man who has no'employment, lire Vv-ill have 
no novelty, and when novelty is laid in the grave the 
iuneral of conifort v.'iil ent.er the church yard. From 
that moment it is the shade and nat the man, who 
creeps along the path of mortality. On the contrary, 
what solid satisfaction does the man of diligence ms- ,. 
scss; what health in his countenance ; what sfrongth' 
lin his limibs; what vigour in his understanding; wilh] 
what a zest does he relish the refreshments of the day ; j 
with what pleasure does he seek the bed oi repose atj 
nigiit. It is not the accidcnta! hardness of a pillowj 
that can make him unhnppy and rob him of sleep. Hei 
earns his maintenance and he enjoys it. He has faith- 1 
fully laboured in the day aiid the slumbers of the nightj 
are a sweet retribution to hnn. To th'-- diligent man,! 
every day is a little life, and every nigiit a IitLle heaven. ' 
The toil has been honest, the reward is snro.' Having' 
set before you the consequences of idleness and of dil- 
igence, choose you this day which you will rbllow.! 
The one will lead you to nisery, contempt and death,:' 
the other, to respectability, cotnfort and happiness. \ 

J\Iaxim. — In eternity there is nothing to gain ; notli- ; 
\\\]T to lose. All is either (rained or lost f^ar ever. In 
tnTje, there is an eternity to gain, or an etermty to lose. 
i\ot an instant here, but tells in the accoLint hereafter. 
Life places you in that pregnant ciisis, betv/een a 
world of mourning aud a world of joy. 



awiy^-nanHBi*-! 



MAY hath 31 days— 1829. \ 


What joy ! to catch the fragrant gales, 1 


U'lth pinions sweeping as they play, 


O'er each fair flow'ret that exhales 


The breath of May. 


e New moon 3d day, 3h. 4m. morning. 


) First quarter 10th day, 2h. 43m. evening. 


O Full moon 18th day, 2h. 55m. evening. * 


a Last quarter 25th day, 3h. 26m. evening. 


^ 


i 


CALENDAR. ASPECTS. &r.. 


© 


© 


©|# 





- 


a 1 ' ' 


rise 


sets 


F 


ipl 


r. &s. 


1 


6St.i^hilip& St. James. 


4 59 


7 1 


3|T 


4 7; 


2 


7 


Flying 


4 58 


7 2 


3 b 


4 431 


3 


D 2d Sun. af. Easter. Inv. ot 


4 56 


7 4 


3!h 


Dset.: 


4 


2 


^ ? 6 [the Cross. 


4 55 7 5 


3 


n 


8 39 1 


6 


3 


clouds: 


4 54 7 6 


4 


n 


9 40 


6 


4 


and 


4 52 7 8 


4 


TT 


10 32! 


7 


5 


©^6 Superior. 


4 51 7 9 


4 s 


11 21 


8 


6 


unsteady 


4 50 7 10 


4 Cd 


morn, i 


9 


7 


weather. 


4 48 7 12 


4n 


7; 


10 


D 


3d Sund, after Easter. 


4 46 7 14 


■^a 


43^ 


n 


2 


>Jtstationary. 


4 45 7 15 


4 nj 


1 lel 


12 


3 


©Apogee. f 7.49 


4 44 7 16 


4rrK 


1 45 i 


13 


4 


1 8.31 


4 42 7 18 


4 Ilj^ 


2 13: 


14 


5 


€)Q J) south. <( 9.14 


4 41 7 19 


4:^ 


2 39 


15 


6 


1 9.59 


4 40 7 20 


4i^ 


3 9 


\l6 


7 


1^10.45 


4 39 7 21 


4 




3 40: 


jl7 


D 


4th Sund. after Easter. 


4 38|7 22 


4 


4 11 


!' 


2 


Occasional 


4 37 


7 23 


4iT1l' 


D rise' 


19 


3 


shoicers. 


4 36 


7 24 


4 


i 

f 


5 2ii 


i20 


4 


© ? d Superior. 


4 35 


7 25 


4 


1 
9 16 


21 


5 


© enters S Pleasant 4 34 


7 26 


4 V9 


10 9^ 


22 


6 


weather. 


4 33 


7 27 


10 59 


23 


7 




4 32 


7 28 


4 


AA. 


11 41: 


24 


D 


5th Sund. af. East. Roga- 


4 32 


7 28 


4 


/CT 


morn. 


25 


2 


[tion Sund. 


4 31 


7 29 


3 


X 


20; 


26 


3 


• Perigee. 


4 30 


7 30 


3 


¥ 


57, 


27 


4 


D S Some 


4 29 7 31 


3^0 


1 31| 


28 


5 


Asc. day. Holy Thurs. 


4 29 7 31 


3 


T 


2 5| 


29 


6 


K. Charles II. restored. 
. sighns of ram. 


4 28 7 32 


3 


T 


2 42! 


30 


7 


4 27 


7 33 


3 


b 


3 19i 


!31 


D 


Surf. af. Ascen. t^U R 


4 27 


7 33 


3 


^ 


3 56i 






3 













JUNE— si.\Lh inonUi. 



FARMP.R S CALENDAR. 

While the thrush and the blackbird sing. 
And tune their notes to the parting- spring; ; 
And while bleeting- lambkins. play, 
Ar;d insects skip in the sunny ray. 

•* Sweet is the brenth of tnorn, her rising sweet 
With charm ofearh'e&t birds ; pleasant the sim 
When first on this delightful land he spreads 
J His orient beams on herb, tree, fruit and flower, 
Glistening v/ith dew." 

Tliose persons, ahiiost without exception^ who L.-v 
lived to a very advanced ago, have been distinguished l| 
as early risers, and it is very generally admitted that ' 
no habit contrilintes more, than early rising, to our 
jhealth and happiness. Why then is it not more gene- 
rally adopted? VVhy do we waste so many of the 
-^Vv'cetest, most delighti'ul ond invigorating moments of 
each day upon our pillows? turning upon our bed ab 
■:he door turneth upon its hinges? At this season es- 
pecially, the tiiorning breathes perfumes, the air is nic-i 
lodyand the whole face of nature is beauty. How; 
'congenial to the feelings, and especially to "the f£ei-| 
(ngi5 of joyous youth, in whose bosom tbnd hopes areii 
isvvuliing, and delightful visions of future success and 
■pleasure rise one after another, in untiring sucression. 
|To such, the cliarms of an undisturbed hour of romance 
laccompaiiied by all the bright and beautiful imeges 
iwhich a fine morning presents to the eye and imagina- 
tion, need only to be known to be dear. The .still 
beauty of tiie hour at once tranquilizes the vulgar pas-,, 
;ions, which a vulgar world nourishes and foments and ■; 
avvaheufl those, softer and purer emotions, W'hich arej 
|so much more congenial to the liigh destiny of the hu- 
iraan soul. Health, too, as vveli as moral purity breatliefj 
jin the air of a spring morning; and female loveliness | 
litself becomcB more lovely under its refreshing and| 
Ivivifying inilueuce." If then you pursue pleasure,'! 
Ibeauty, business or health i| 

Rise before the sua and v.-hen bis journey'^s run, I 

And he's sunk in the west, retire to rest. j| 



r 



JUNE hath 30 lIuv; 



VVLi"; joy ; to hear the quavcr'd song, 
That shames the brow of sloth andcaii 
lu gratefdl nuiubors float along 

The neopifd air. 

evenii 



# New moon Ist da}' Oh. 56 n 
I D First quarter 91 h day, Bh. 30in. morniyg. 
I O Full moon 17th ddy, Ih. 22i:i. moruing. 
I C Last quarter 2Ji] day, Sh. 4m. eveiiing, 
I ® New moon 30th day, llh. 52m,^vemng. 

I - I ^ (CALENDAR, ASPECTS, &C. j ^^^^ | ^^.^ | j^, j^j |^_ ^^ . 






^1 r 

G 7 



I5|2 
[|16 3 
Il7i 4 
IG 5 
19 6 
20j 7 
21 1 D 
22i 2 



but variahlc 
v'cather. 
Boniface, j I 6 

A'tpcarances 
7jD|\yhit Sunday. o/' 

8j 2} ^)- Gr. Elongation. 
9j 3|^ Apogee. rain. 

lo! 4| ]) Q 
111 5 St. Barnabas. 
121 6 f 8.34 

13' 7 I 9.20 

uJBTriiiitySun. ^ s. { 10.10 
I 11. 2 

St. Alban. Bat.B.Ii. 177.-. 
\Vurdec.a;r.G. B. 1812. 
There wil/ 
prohitohi 
©•^ntcrse l^t Sun. af'T. 
Q Stationary. 
5 Q @Pcri;;ce. 

i4| 4JNut. of gt. John J3a}>ti5t. 
25j 5 be some 

l26 6 thunder 



|271 7 

Md 

^291 2 
30| 3, 



f/) .■'-.• vnjnth 
2d Sinid. after Tiinily. 
St. Peter. 



4 2ii 7 


34 


3 


n 


Ddet. 


i 2.3 7 


35 


2|n 


22 


^4 2:i7 


35 


ds 


9 12 


i 2i'7 


36 


'"".j 3 


9 58 


4 2417 


3G 


2. a 


10 35 


4 23!7 


37 


l| rr[? 


11 10 


4 23J7 


37 


11 43 


4 2217 


38 


morn. 


4 22|7 


0<J 


ir^/ 


12 


122 7 


38 


1 ^ 


39 


4 21 7 


39 


1- 


1 7 


4 21 }7 


39 


ik 


1 37 


1 2]|7 


39 


on] 


2 7 


4 21 j7 


39 


OTm 


2 40 


4 20 7 


40 


s^ 


3 18 


4 20|7 


40 


oU> 


4 1 


4 20'7 


40 


o.vv 


D risr 


i 20] 7 40 


1 


'rr 


8 5] 


4 20 7 


40 


1 




9 31 


4 20!7 


40 


1 


^■. 


!0 IG 


4 20 7 


40 


1';^ 


10 54 


4 20;7 


40 


o 


^^ 


:i 30 


I 20'7 


40 


o 


^ 


morn. 


1 207 


40 


'2 


r^ 


3 


1 20 7 


40i 


2 


cp 


e 30 


4 20.7 


40 


2 


K 


1 13 


U 20|7 


40 


Ij 


b' 


1 ,50 


4 20!7 


40 


3 


n 


2 3i0 


4 2ll7 


:id 


3 


J- 


3 14 


4 2l!7 


39 


3 


- 


4 4 



JULY— seventh month. 
Now the flowers that deck'd the field. 
To the growina: fruit iheir stations yield, 
And labor with his brawny face, 
Braves the heat of the sultry days. 



A word to my fair country women ! But not in that 
dictatorial strain in which I am accustomed to address 
my own sex. They are not to be driven. If moved 
iat all it must be by the mild and gentle accents of flat- 
tery and persuasion. "• Good morning- Mrs. Cleanly. 
jl am extremely happy in finding you and your lovely 
idaughters employed in the dairy room. I have fre- 
quently purchased of your butter and cheese in the 
;market, have admired the neatnef:s with which it was 
iput up, and the richness and sweetness of its flavor, 
and have observed t'lat it met a ready sale two or three 
jCents in advance of that of ordinary quality. Now I 
I perceive that every thing at home is in accordance 
[with the butter and cheese sent abroad — every thing 
lis sweet and neat," 

Let ail our fair dairy women copy the example of 
the Cleanly family, and our olfactories and palate 
would cease to be annoyed by rancid butter and cheese. 
The sweet flavou: of their butter is not destroyed by 
age. For the sake of those who would make good 
butter, if they knew how, I shall give you a brief state- 
ment of the method pursued "oy Mrs. Cleanly so far as 
I can recollect it. Her pans are kept clean and sweot. 
Her milk is not suffered in hoi weather to stand more 
than 24 hours before it is skimmed. The cream is 
frequently stirred, and is churned every other day. 
When well freed from butter mi'k, it is salted with a 
preparation made of one part of sugar, one -f nitre, 
and two of clean common salt, well boat together, at 
Uie rate of ene ounce of the preparation to every 
pound of the butter. If you wish your butter to keep 
sweet for a considerable time, tri/ it ladies. 



A pretty girl was lately complaining that she was sad- 
ly troubled in her lips by chaps. "Friend," said Oba- 
diah, "thee should not let the ckaps come n«^>ar thy lips." 



J ULT both :; i "davs— "l 829. 



^ 



iiacn stasoa hul.'i cliarnis i'or th>; eye, 
In each, Jesus' goodness we scan; 

In the blood-tinctuied hues of the sky 
We read his deep gutT'iin.-- far man. 



I ) First qtiarter 9th day, iii. 48m, inojuiug. 

! O Full Moon 16th tlay, 9h. 49m. morninfr. 

! D Last Quarter 23d day, Ih. 22m. morning. 

I ® New Moon 30th day, 0!]. 4Gm. evening-. 



^ ^ CALENDAR, ASPECTS, OiC. 



© i © i© 



;ts!3. 



#1 i 

pi Ir.cy 



) i o ©Apheiiou. 



Visitation B. V. Mary. U 
Heat 4 
[I 4! 7J increases. 

D pd Sunday after Trinity. 



7 39 

7 38 

22 7 38 

22i7 38 

4. 23 7 37! 



I 6i 2 



© 3 <^ InL 

3 ) Q 

4 9 :J' -^ 



I Apogee. 
Thunder 



J) 4th Sun. 

•3 

4 



iFTriii 



!i4; 
io: 5 ^ static :iary 



i' 



7, 6 



IP 

•'J 



and 
lightning. 
Very 
( 7.54 
. } 8.44 
Drouth, i 37 

I 10 34' I 

^11 32|4 

with 14 

>. . I4 



2317 



24 
24 
25 
25 
26 
20 



71 ^17 J ©PeriiTcr 
D5thSjn. ait. Tnnil 
2 1 Margaret D 'J 
3' 

5i©enter5 " 

7|St. Jam?s. 
DlGthSu.i. a 



shoiccrs. |4 

14 

14 



;^^;7^4 

rf>7;4 

irinitv. 

2I •:: Gr. EloRg. ©w"^ 

SJ rt/jii icar:ii 

■i\ 4 stationary. 



m 

fSOj 51 



29i7 31 
30 j 7 .30 

Sip 29' 
3217 28l 
33:7 27 1 
34i7 261 
35:7 25i 
36 7 24; 
3617 24j 
37|7 23j 
00 1.7 o'j 



4 oi' ' 

4 40 7 


20 


4 42 7 


i8| 


4 43.7 


17! 


4 4 !i7 


16; 


4 45! T 


15; 



7 6 

8 2^' 

9 6 
9 39 

10 9 

10 3S 



III; I I O . 

2 

^/S\ 3 2i 



fniorn. 
3i 

33 

1 6 

1 44 

2 33 






6|o.: 



P rise 

8 11 

o .53 

9 2'= 
10 5 

lO 38 
6!^Fjll 111 
6!fhl 48 
6 b' !njorn. 
6 n| 23 
6;nj 1 JO 
6{n! 1 57 
6 23| 2 49. 



6i2 



B2 



I 3 46 

e^r^'lDsets 



AUGUST— seventh month. 



The strength of summer is wasting; fast, 
The lightnings flash to the roaring blast ; 
The fields are losing their cheerful green, 
And the clustering fruits on the boughs are seen. 



•' There is no point in which a great of part our farm- 
ers err so much, as in tilling such large quantities of 
land as they do. Four acres, closely fenced, well ma- 
nured, and kept clean and well stirring, will produce 
more corn than ten acres in the common mode of fenc-( 
ing, manuring and tending. Further these four acres olj 
ground will be enriched by the manure not absorbed 1 
by the crop of corn, so as to produce a greater cropl 
the next year than the ten acres that were planted j 
without, or with little manure. Add to this, the per-| 
sonal labour, loss of time, wear of implements, worth 
of seed and loss of flesh in horses and cattle when ten 
acres are cultivated for the produce of four^ and the 
ibalance in favor of tilling only a small portion of what 
it is common to till, will appear surprizingly great." — ' 
Farmers, if you have never made an experiment of 
this kind you will find your advantage in trying it. 

Toil and he strong, but if you would be strong in re- 
ality, you mvL&t learn temperance^ friends, and bear with- 
out reproach the choice c/ water. . Ardent spirits, afford I 
no nourishment, and though they m.ay for ahttle while 
elevate the animal spirits above their ordinary level, 
they are sure to ebb to an equal degree below. Many! 
seem to imagine that it is necessary, at this season, to 
build up a fire within in order to balance the heat that 
.acts upon us from Vvilhout. Were the outsides of our 
jhouses exposed to flames, we should hardly think of 
preventing them by scattering fire within. To allay, 
thirst in hot weather I find nothing better than milk! 
and water, or sweetened water mingled with vinegar I 
or ginger. These are victuals and drink too. 

Reputation, The way, according to Socrates, to 
obtain a good reputation, is to endeavor to be what you 
Idesire to appear. 



AUGUST "hath 31 days— 1829. i 


When the beauties of spving are preferr'd, 


And music and stillness accord, 


In the notes of the ring-dove are heard 


The orroans of our agonized Lord- 


D First Q,uarter 17tn day, 5h. 21m. evening. 


O Full Moon 14th day, 3h. 33m. evening. 


d Last Quarter 21st day, 8h. 42m. morning. 


. • New Moon 29th day, 4h. 2m. mormnor. 




CALENDAR, ASPECTS. &LC. 


®~'~m 


© 


©1 e i 

11 1. 


g < 


rises sets. 


S. 


pl.|r.iJ^.s.! 


1 7|Lammas JJay. 


4 46|7 14 


6 


W 8 IM 


2 


D 7th Sund. af. Trinity. 


4 47 7 13 


6 


rrj^ 8 39i 


3 


2 D Q ©Apogee. 


4 AST 12 


6 


YfJl 9 7| 


4 


3 


Warm and A 49 7 1 1 


6 


:i^r 


9 331 


5 


4 


sultry 4 50 7 10 


6 


=^ 


10 2 1 


6 


3 


Transflg. of our Lord. 4 517 9 


6 


iri 10 31 1 


7 


6 


weather. A 53 


7 7 


sMn 6| 


8 


7 


Some A 54 


7 6 


5 


^ 


11 42 


9 


D 8th Snn. af Trinity. 


4 55 


7 5 


5 


^ 


morn. ' 


10 


2 


fet. Lawrence. 


4 56 


7 4 


5 


t 


23 


11 


3 


S ^ (j rain, and not A 57 


7 3 


5 


y? 


1 15 


12 


4 


K. Geo. IV. born 1762. 4 58 


7 2 


5 


V? 


2 12: 


13 


5 


improbably 5 


7 


5 




3 16; 


14 


6 


a kail siarmjs 1 


6 59 


4 


^ 


> rise' 


15 


7 


©Perigee. and in 5 3 


6 57 


4 


}? 


7 26: 


!l6 


D 9th Sun. af. Trinity. 5 4 


6 56 


4 


K 


8 5, 


'17 


2D 5 some places, 5 5 


6 55 


4 


T 


8 43 


18 


3' 


© ^ c$ severe tor- 5 7 


6 53 


4 


cp 


9 18; 


!l9 


4 


nadoes. 5 8 


6 52 


3 


« 


9 53i 


j20 


5 


^ ^ c^ • © y d superior. 5 10 


6 50 


3 


« 


10 32: 


ki 


6 


Rather]^ 12 


6 48 


3 


« 


11 12 


l22 


7 


coo/er 


5 14 


6 46 


3 


n 


11 58 


23 


D 


10thSun.af.Trin. ©entrij 


3 16i6 44 


2 


n 


morn. 


124 


2 


St. Bartholomew. 


5 17 6 43 


2 


22 


50 


!25 


3 


evenings and mornings. 


5 19 6 41 


2 


2S 


1 44 


r26 


4 




5 21 6 39 


2 


a 


2 42 [ 


j27 


5 


5 22 6 3n 


1 


a 


3 39, 


j28 


6 St. Augustine 


5 23 6 37 


1 


al 4 35: 

Tn^lDset.' 


29 


7iSt. John Bapt. beheaded. 


5 24 6 36 


1 


30 


DlllthS. after Trinity. 


5 25 6 35 





ml 7 I4i 


,3li 2\®Ua. i)? ci.^Apog. 


5 26 6 34 


0\:C^\ 7 42 1 



SEPTEMBER— ninth month. 



KAllMKRS CALENDAR.. 

The hills an.l the valh'es their bounties pour, 
To fill with plenty the rar!ner''s store ; 
The flower of.'^utnmor is withered and dead, 
And the rustlin.';- leaves are scai- and red. 



It is one thing to givo g-ood advice o.nd quite anoth 
or thing- to follow it. Everi'- man is ready to do the 
former, but few, very f era, the latter, and I am very 
fearful that my sage instructions will be permitted to 
pass by you like tlie idle v^'inds which you respect not. 
iBut shall I on that account keep silencer' No. I Vv'ill 
I cry aloud and spare not, whether you will hear, or for- 
bear. If you follow my advice, yours sv\\\ be the reward I 
|for so doing, but if you do not, you v/iJl suffer the con- 
Isequences without exciting a particle of my compas-: 
^sion. Attend strictly to your business. Business be- 
lforefrien(h is an old maxim, and taken in its properi 
'sense, is a very good one. Not that our iViend<li are toij 
be neglected or slighted, for the sake of attending to 
business; but that wo slionkl not sulier our crops to j! 
remain in the Held to bo destroyed by storms and ver-jS 
min, while we mnkc or receive long visits. Idecurc;! 
your crops and get fairly up with your business an.'l| 
then you have my permission to spend a ibv/ days at| 
this pleasant season in visiting your friends, | 

It is much better, and in the end, less mortifying, tof 
be laughed at than ruined ; better to jjave a wife, Vv^hoi| 
like Martiars iManearra, cheapens Qvc^y thing and| 
bny:^ nothing, than to be impoverished by one v/hosel 
vanity will pr.rcliase every thing and v.diose pride will| 
ch.ca|3en nolhiug. A rich carpet, looking-glass, side- 1 
board and the like are v,'ell enough, lor those v;ho canjl 
atfhrd them, but ill become the parlour of him Viho hiisl 
to be dunned for his taxes. Remember that he tihfj'\ 
follows fasiiiori and buys every things will eou.i co^r.e to 
notk'mg. 

" Dispatch at once, if possible, whatever yen may 
take in hand; if interrupted by unavoidable interfe- 
rence, resume and finish it as soon as the obstruction 
is rem.oved." I 



) First quarter dth day, 7h. 7m. morning. 
i O Full moon 13lh day, Ih. 37m. morning, 
d Last quarter 19th "day, 7li. I3m. evenmg. 
® New moon 27th dav, 9h. 11 m. evening. 



SEPTEMBER hath 30 days— lb;>9. 



When the summer unfoldeth her charms 
For the soul of contemplative mirth, 

His sun still enliglitens and warms, 
His the air that refreshes the earth. 



CALENDAR, ASPECTS, iSiC 



© I © i©l®| • 

ri5edsGts.',P,|pl.|r. &s. 



2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
I! 7 

[^ 
! 9 
|10 

111 

'12 
h3 
14 
15j 
16 

;»! 

-20 

r21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
I; 29 
30 



Giles. 

London burnt 1666, 



Quite 5 2716 33 

O. S. 5 2n\6 32 

, but a 5 2916 31 

storm 5 31 16 29 

may be' 5 32i6 28 

12th Sund. after Trinity. ,5 33 6 27 

expected^ 35 

Nat. of B. V. Mary. |5 37 

f 9. 2 5 38 

D south. { 9 59 5 40 

(10. 57j5 41 

©Perigee. soon. 5 43 

13th S. af. Trin.©eclipsed]5 45 



01^1 b U 
1I-- 8 42 
lilTLi 9 13 



Holy Cross. 



Lambert. 



[visible. j5 47 
Cooler. \^ 48 
High\b 49 



5 Lambert. winds. 

6 about the 

7 time 
D!l4th Sun. af. Trinity 

2 _.. _.__... 

of the 



St. Matthew, 
©enpers: 



equinox. 



St. Cyprian. ©Apogee. 
D 15th S. af. T. ©eel inv 
JSIay xepeci 
frosty nights 
4[St. Jerome. 





59 
67 
56 
54 
5 
51 
6 10,5 50 



m 
At 

3^/5' 

3 

4 

4 

4 

5 

5 

5 

6 

6 

6 

7 



8 0. 

8,-n| 

m 

9i 
101^ 

lohn 



45; 

10 25 
il 11 

morn. 

5 

1 9 

2 16 



3 


24; 


4 


37J 


D risel 


7 


20; 


7 


57! 


8 


35 


9 


16' 


to 


4 


10 


54 


11 


49 


morn. { 





44' 


1 


42, 


2 


40' 


3 


381 


4 


34 


I>S9t.] 


6 


24 


6 


48 


7 


21 



OCTOBER— lenth month. 



FARMER S CALENDAR. 

The leaves nre fast failing: and the wane of the year, 
Loudly proclaims that the winter is near ; 
When the streams shall be oiute and t!ie tuneful breath 
lie closed from o'jr ciime, or hush'd into death. 

Let ns ondoavour t„» secure all the rewards, which 

f])9 Giver of all good has bestowed upon the labour of 
ioiir hands during- ttie summer and autiion. Let noue' 
lof them be wasted throag'h neg-'ect; if ail i.s preserved 
jUiare will be siiiticeiit, so that the poor and the rich 
jshall be filled and peace and happiness be established 

in our borders. How encourao-in<T is the business of 
;agTiCulture ! If any man is to be eiivied it is the far- 
mer, who derives his subsistence from the produce of 
Ihis own lands. Who so independent ! Ifamancan 
'he iiappy any where it is upon a snug little farm, with 

now and then a visit from his friends. With Vvdiat 
^satisfaction does he draw for theni the mug of cider,!, 
jor the glass of currant v/ine of his own manufacture !i 

But if instead of a friend he chance to be called on by! 

a sheriff Vv'ith an execution in his pocket, or by a col-! 

lector with a bill of last year's taxes, alas, poor soul, 
:ihe may seek enjoyment in one place as V\^ell as anoth- 
|,er. I tell you v/hat. friend, if you v.^ould get along 
"'.-moothly, prosperously and happily, you must make 
Jyour calculations to keep pretty much out of debt and 
;p.ever let your taxes lay unpaid after they become due. 
jYour corn may grow luvuriantly, your hogs, sheep- 

suid cattle m.ay fatten, and your garners may be filled I 
iwiih the exuberance of the field, still you will be con-i 
iUnually in a slate of vexation unless you are out of 
j.jebt. Drunkenness is the vice of a good conslitution! 
jor of a bad memory; of a constitution so treacherous- 
^iy good that it never bonds until it breaks; or of a 
I uemory that recollects the pleasures of getting drunk, 

out forgets the pains of getting sober. 

! ■' Do not assume to yourself ntore credit for what 

lyou do, than you are entitled to, rather be content with 

a little less; the public mind will always discover 

where merit is due." 



!"" 



(jCTOBER Ijath 31 days— 1829. 



tvcry morn haili ahunciaiice to teil 
Of a Saviour's unHmked grace, 

When tlie season of Autumn mikl spell 
Proclaims tlie rich smiles of hi« face. 



]) i:''iraL (Jtuarter 5lli day, tin. obm. evening-. 
O Full Moon 12th day, lOh. 37m. moniing. 
([ Last Quarter lOth day, 9h. 37m. mornijig. 
# New Moon 27th day, 2h. 52m. evenins^ 



CALENDAR, ASPECTS, 



&C. 



8 



10 

11 

12 
13 
14 

115 
16 
17 

If; 

19 

20 
ji2i 

22 

is 

,25 
26 



130 
'31 



]) south. 



( 8 50j 

] ^ ^ 
( 10 41 



Reaiigiuri. Fine'X} 

time for 6 
harvesting: 6 
16th Snnd. after Trmity. 6 
V Gr. Elongation. 6 

Faith. Sonwfi 

50j6 

5 6 

D Q ^10 4lj6 

17th Sund. after Trinity. 6 

w stationary. rain,S 

perhaps }^Q 

hut it 7S\Q 

quite likelmii 

that ali\o 

'4 stationary. signs\{) 

18th Sun. af Trin. St. L.t6 

wlUfaiM 

this month;] Q 

at alt events it 6 

will be most 6 

©enters 1 1[ prudent foify 

© Q @ Apogee, atieud to 

business in its 

©^D season, and lei ^S 

the signsiQ 

St. Simon & St. Judo. {6 

© « c^ Inf. iafce care ofS 

tkemsclv(s.\(j 

6 



isesjsets. 
~12,5~48 



fi 

I 1 



25 5 35 

26 5 34 



49 5 

50 

51 

53 5 

54 5 
56 
57 5 



46 



14|5 
1615 44 
17|5 43 
193 41 
20" 
22 5 38 



10 
11 
11 
11 
12 
40 12 



.-I ® 

jp] Ir. &s. 



5 33 
5 31 

5 29 
5 28 
5 26 

5 24 

w 90 



27 
29 
31 
32 
34 
36 
37 
39 
40 
42 
43 
45 

46 5 14 

47 5 13 
11 



12 
12 
13 
13 
13 
13 c«5r 



XA 



21 15 



5 20 
5 18 



r 



15 



15 

15 

15 

16 

16 

16 
10 16 
9 16 
7 16 
6|16{TrL 
4116;;? 
31161^ 



7 571 

8 34| 

9 15' 

10 5; 

11 51 
morn. ; 

8| 

1 13^ 

2 25; 

3 35 

4 4o| 
D rise; 

6 30 

7 15 

8 4 

8 53^ 

9 47i 

10 44! 

11 4li 
morn.! 

39: 

1 37' 

2 34! 

3 3li 

4 28; 

5 25i 
D set.! 

6 3| 

6 37' 

7 18' 
9. "^ 



INOVEMBER— eleventh month, 1829. 

'Though the spring tide of li(e is around thee now 
The elastic step and the shining brow 
And the auburn hair that curling flows ; — 
Yet the winter of age will bring its snows/ 

The dilig-ent and circumspect farmer is now in a 
state of preparation for winter, and every one should 
be of this class. Prepared or unprepared, winter ma} | 
come upon you like a thief in the night. Strive there- 
fore to be in readiness. Let your buildings be tight 
and warm. Let you windows be mended if they need 
it, and not by stuffing them with rags. Let your yai'ds 
be freed from brush and logs and stumps,- which when 
covered with snow might cause many a broken shin 
unless removed. Not leng since I had occasion to 
take a short journey in company with my cousin Ned. 
As we approached a house, which had the appearance 
of having been once the abode of industry, wealth and 
comfort, but which was now their exact counterpart.; 
" Here," says Ned, " is a fine picture for you. It will;' 
make an excellent fronti&piece for the Register, Thisj^ 
was once the seat of the worthy John Goodman, Esfj. 
His only son George now occupies it, but he is no| 
more like his father than I am like Hercules. George 
was brought up to no business, but that of spendingt 
money, which, since the old gentleman's death, he has[ 
closely followed, till of late he has got orjt of etock-,. 
Poor soul i Look at the shabby old dwelling, filledj 
with ragged children, surrounding a diseonsoIate| 
mother, without food, fire or clothes. Alas, this is the 
{usual result of youthful indulgence and folly. Train 
"up a child in idleness and supply him with mone}' and| 
you train for misery and ruin.' Secure your cellars! 
from tiie frost — Pay your debts — Listen, to no tattler& 
Employ no quacks— Drink no drams. 

" Cultivate domestic habits, for this your family, if i 
you have one, has a strong and undeniable claim; be- 
sides, your customers will always be best pleased when 
jthey find you at home, or at the place of your busi- 
ness." 



NOVEMBER ^--h SOdnvs— 1^^9. 

Till the evGiiing, with sad, siieiit tread, 
Moves m-ourntul and slow to the west, 

The sun sinks in ocean's blue bed, 
And point.-! to eternity's rrst. 



I> Eirst Quarter 4th day, 4li. 58ni. moniing. 
O Full Moon lOtli day, '<il\. 53m. evening-. 
d Liist Quarter 10th day, 3h. 58m. mornincr. 
@ New Moon 26th day, ^h. 30 m. morninr 



^ ^ CALENDAR, ASPECTS, &.C. 



© 



S'pts.lF Inl 1 



r.& s. 



20th Sun. af. Trin. All St- 

AgrembU 

weather 

IPowderplt. 1G05, f 



^ stationary- 
D g D south 
■21st S. af. Trin. 
^Perio-ee. 
© f? n 
St. Martin. 



. 8 31 

{ 9 2-i 

I !0 V 

til U 

rain. 
<j Gr. Elongation. 
22d Sun. after Trinity. 

Fail 

again 

Soim 

coo lei 

D Q ©Apogee. 

evening-; 
23d Sun. af. T. ©enters^^ 
St. Clement. 

and morning's 

A litti'. 

snow wouki 

not be ( 

very greet 

Advent Sun. ^ stationary 

[St. Andrews. anomaly 



o8 5 
05 
1 4 

24 
34 

sk 
eU 

74 
94 
104 
ll|4 
13,4 
14' 4 
15!4 

i6;4 

4 
4 
4 

4 



7 18 
7 19 
7 20 
7 21 

7 22 



24 
25 

2G 

27 

28 
29 
30 
31 



5'( 



161-; 

lui'^ 

16IX 
16|tJ 

leJT 

ic « 

168 

16 n 

15] n 

l5Jeo 

i5|Tr^ 

I4!ni7 
14 rr^ 

14 
14 
13 
13 
13 
12 
12 
12 
11 



2 4 

10 3 

11 4 
morn. 

10 i^ 

1 20!! 



t 
t 



2 321! 


3 43 1 


4 54| 


D rise i. 


5 48! 


6 40 if 


7 35 :| 


8 30 ; 


9 26^ 

10 26,; 


11 25i 


rnorn. ' 


24 i 


1 201 


2 16\ 


8 12 


4 9 


5 9 


6 8 


D set.] 


5 58 i 


6 52! 


7 50; 


8 51 ! 



c 



l ij .■f j» j ' .ii«j j w » aM t'i 



DECEMBEir—t-,vir!tth month. 



far-'\is:r's cai. f..m)ar. 
' But there is a seeue, as ^-^ood men teach, 
Where the chill bb'^^ht cf winter, never can reach 
Where the winter of life sliali ever he o'er, 
And the storm of death %viU wilhci no more.' 



Book-keeping is a branch of education too lif.^ie at- 
iteiiiled to in our schools and too little practiced by our 
lariiiers and mechanics. Every man ought to have an 
iccoiuU book and to understand and carefu-Jy to prac- 
tice kocpino' accounts. There is but little trouble in 
.settling with our neighbours, if each one keeps an ex- 
act account of debt and credit, and is careful to adjust 
;Lhem once a year. 

I Of beings, who call themselves human, a busybody 
'Is one of tlie most detestable. One Vv-ould think that 
|\ve had quite enough of our ov/n concerns to employ 
;u« Without meddling vrith the afiairs of others; yet 
i'.ve fujd many, very many, who are so much engaged 
jin other people's matters that they have no time to at- 
(lend to their own. One such jierson is often sufficient 
;lo keep a whole neigtibonrhood, yea, a whole town, in 
feja continual dispute and j4\rgon. Let every one mend 
|one, and then we shall have a peaceable and pleasant 
neighbourhood; or in other v.'orJs, lei cvcrr/oiis reform 
one, and there vnll he a general reformation. 

You have now an opportunity of educating your chii- j 
jdren, and what better can you give them than a good | 
ieducation. Riches may take to liicmselvcs wings and j 
ily away, honors may wither and iade. but a good ed- 1 
'Ucation with habitual improvement, will abide by them, j 
and be a perpetual auurct- of pleasure and proiit. though ! 
business and money and friends siiCuid fail thein. JJiit ! 
the time is short — employ it to the btv-t purpose. En- 
'joy the reward of your toil. Be gratefid for the boun- ; 
ities of Heaven. Cultivate your moral and intellectual i 
jraculties — live in peace— maintain a conscience void of | 
ioffence. j 

" Let no common amusements interfere or mingle i 
■with your business; make them entirely distinct em-i 
Iployments." I 



'DECEMBER Tatli Jl riav?_i829. 



So the stern winter season erewhilc, 
And the tempest that throftten'ii above, 

Shall yield to the (inralile smiln 
or spring evi.T blisoniiiir; in love. 



5 First Quarter od uay, iiu 4Urn. evening-. 
O Full Moon i©r.h dny, Hh. 45m. morninnr. 
d Last Quarter 18th d;iy, Ih. Urn. moruins 
(§) Np'.v IMoon '25th dav, I0!i. 43r.-\. evenino-. 



.^ 1 U 'calendar, Arvf'ECTS, &C. 



I i^ 1 |©©t ® 
|rises[set5.|F |)]|r.&s.| 

'7 



: 1 


^> 


o 


4 


! 3 


.J 


i '1 


6 


1 '^ 


7 


! <; 


D 



comes Oil 
{ 6 U 

D e3 I ^ 1'^ 

D south. <; 8 t; 

2nrl S. in A:Iv. | 53 

^ /| ~!#Porio'ep. t '^ -if^ 

*| «| CJConc. U. V. Marv, St. 

I 9| 4| [Nicholas. 

3 0j 5 inih 

III Cj its vAth rigor, 

n 7 Snou 

13 D|3a Sun. in Advent. 

14 -^j somi 

15 3, <i:";?it 
IC 4 duster in^ 

I 181 6j(g)^ (5 ®Apoo-ee. 

19! 7 iveather. 

r20| D|4th Sund. in Advent. 
1211 2 2)onter-:V-J St. Thomas. 
, ^^1 3| Flying 

J23I 41 c^i<(/.- 

24! 5j(2) '?■ ,:^ superior. 

25j t;|Christmas day. 
|2G- 7|h>L Stephen. ;'; Gr. elon"-. 
i27|D!lst Sun. af. Chris Si. 

28 Sj innocents. [John 

2 'J; ij and a a mil I tj 

.30i 4j ahoiit this time. 

!31j oiSilvester. 



:i2i4 
33!4 



34 
35 
36 
36 
37 
37 
33-4 

38 4 
384 
384 
39|4 
39|4 
39|4 
40 1 4 
40|4 
40j4 
40 4 
40 1 4 
40|4 
40|4 
4014 
40|4 
40|4 
40'4 
40|4 
404 
3L-!4 
391 i 

39 4 



20 



23 
22 
22 
22 
22 
21 
21 
21 
20 
20| 
30 
20 
20 



n 

10 

10 X 

9!t 
3] 8 

7n 



46l 
4h]J 



I 9 

In ' 
I morn 
|0 11| 

1 20 
I 2 2C 

v> 37 

4 47(1 

5 56 
D rise 

G 5 



^l? 



20' iiiri. 
20' 1 rii 
20' ol^ 



20 


S 


t 


20 





t 


20 


1 


Y^ 


20 


1 


V? 


20 


2 


/w 


21 


2 


.^ 


21 


3 


X 


21 


--' 


K 



11 56 
morn. 

5 

1 47 

2 42 

3 42 

4 41 

5 40 
Dset. 

5 23 

6 29 i 

7 36 



Uf till ant 



SITUATION, BOUND AKIES AND EXTENT. 

'■ The stato of Vermont is situated between 42 de- 
iJoTees and 44 minutes, and 45 degrees north latitude; 
jlaTid between 1 degree 43 minutes, and 3 degrees 36 
j minutes of east longitude from Philadelphia. It is 
I bounded on the east by t!ie west line of Connecticut 
'river, which separates it from New-Hampshire : on the 
south by Masyachusetts ; on the north by the 45th de- 
gree of north latitude, which separates it from liower- 
Canada; and on the west, by the state of New-York; 
from which it is separated by the west line of the towns 
of Pownal, Bennington, Shaftsbury, Arlington, Sand-| 
gate, Rupert, Fawlet, Wells, and Poultney, and by | 
the middle of the deepest channel of Pouliney, river, | 
East Ba}'^, and Lake Champlain. Its mean width is j 
65 miles, and mean length 157 1-2 miles, it contains 
10,237 1-2 square miles, or 6,552,000 acres. 

DIVISION. 

The first division of the territory of Vermont into 
counties, took place in 1765, while tlie govenmient of 
New-York claimed jurisdiction over it. The south- 
j western parts were then annexed to the county of Al- 
jbany, and the north westcun parts were erected into a 
Icounty by the name of Charlotte. Cumberland cuun- 
jty was formed of the southeastern parts, and Glouces- 
ter county of the northeastern. The Green Mountains 
form the only natural division. These mountains ex- 
tend quite through the state trom south to north, and, 
following the western range, divide it very nearly into 
I two equal parts- 

The state is now divided into thirteen counties, 
! which are subdivided into 245 townships and 16 gores. 
'The townships are generally about six miles square; 
the gores are much smaller. The names of the coun- 
I ties and shire towns, and the number of towns and 



gores iR 
lowino- 



t£9 

each county, j:i lyx!4, are exliibiled m the Ibl- 

TABLE. 



Counties 



Addisoi], 

Bennington, 

Caledonia, 

Chittenden, 

Esoex, 

Franklin, 

Grand -Isle, 

Orange, 

Orleans-, 

Rutland, 

Washington, 

Windiiain, 

Wiml'jor, 



oiiire loions. 



Middlebury, 

^ Benninn-ton, 

\ Manchester, 

Danville, 

Burlington, 

Guildhall, 

St. Albans, 

North-Heio, 

Chelsea, 

Irasburr^lj, 

Rutland, 

Montpelier, 

Newfdr.e, 

VVoodstQcl:, 



Total, 



17 

17 

16 
18 
19 
5 
17 
23 
26 
17 
24 
23 



1 

4 

1 i: 
16 



For a particular description (jf the rivers, lakes, isl- 
ands, soil, productions, &c. see Thomp'jon's Gazetteer 
of tills state, an interesting and vajuable work, lately 
published. 

GOVERNI\rE>'T. 

The present Constitution of Vermont was adopted 
by the Convention holden at Windsor, July 4, 1793, 
According to which, the legislative powers are vested | 
\i\ a house of representatives, chosen annually by thc; 
ifreemen of each organized town, on the first Tuesday' 
of September, of such persons as shall have resided in 
the state two year. 

The Executive Powers are vested m the Supreifie 
Executive Council, which consists of a Governor, 
Lieutenant Governor, and twelve persons choEen by 
thc freemen of the state, at their meeting holden in^ 
each town, on ihe first Tuesday of September annual- j 
ly. In addition to the usual executive powers, the 
Governor and Council have power to^revise and pro-; 



I ; 30 ■ 

I pose amendments to tlie laws passed by the iiouse of 
] representatives; and if the amendments are not con- 
icurred in. by the house, to suspend their passing until 
itiie next session of the legislature. 
j The House of Representatives has power, in con- 
ijimction with the Governor and Council, to elect, an- 
inually, Judgef3 of the Supreme, County and Probate 
I Courts, Sherifls, Justices of the peace, State's Attor- 
nies, and Directors of the 3tate Bank, and in case of 
vacancy, Majur Generals and Brigadier .Generals. 

Tne annual session of the Legislature is at Moutpe- 
ilier, on the second Thursday of October. 



TOWN OFFICERS, &c» 



EKXMNGTO?'.' COUNTy. 

ArImp;to7i.—l)eieg(iie, Anson Canfield. Tovmchrk. 
Anson Canfield. First cothitablc, Lemuel Hawley. 
Selectmen, Asahel Hurd, Martin C. Deming, Zr»Ioclj 
Hurdo Clergy, Cyrus Vv''. Hodges, bap. JiUorney. 
Phinehas Smith. Physicians, Simeon Littlefield, Mar- 
shal Littleiield. Postmaster, Shelden Judson. 
BenningtMi.—Delegale, David Robinson. 
Landgrnve.— Delegate, David Wiley. Town clerk. 
jPi,euben Holt, jr. ' First comtable, Joseph Holt. Sc- 
' lectmen, Reuben Holt, jr. Stephen Wood, David Wi- 
ley. Physician, Amori Benson, Poi-liaasier, Amori 
Benson. 

J\Ianchesier,— Delegate, Elijah Colliiis. Town clerh 
I Walter J. Shepard. First constable, John H. Stone 
Selectmen, James Wheaton. John S. Pettibone, Josiah 
B'.irton. Clergy^ Wcrdcn Fo Reynolds, bap. Abra- 
ham Brov/nson, cp. Jllfornies, Calvin Sheldon, Milo 
L. Beimet, John Aiken, JiCon, Sergeant. Physicians 
Thomas Dunton, Jilzra isham, George Tuttle, Ralph 
Thatcher. Post.nastcrs, Walter J. Shepard, Benja- 
min Roberts. 

Pey^u.' — Delegate, Josiah Barnard. Toivn clerk 
„ Reuben Bigelow. First constable, Peter Dudley, jr 
l\Selectmen, Peter Dudley, Edmund Batcheldcr, Benja- 
llmin Barnard, jr. Clergy, Nathaniel Rav/son, cong. 
\.Postmaster, Daniel Tntinll. 



31 " 

Pownal. — Delegate, Perry Jevvett. Town clerk, 
Sylvanus DanforLh. First constable, Jason Bushnell. 
Selectmen, Samuel Wright, Nathan Varin, EHjah Bar 
ber. Clergy, Benjamin Gardner, bap. Attorney, 
Daniel E. Spencer. Physicians, B. F. Morg-an, x\. 
B. Wilder, A. W. Potter. Postmaster, Josiah Wright. 

Readsboro'. Delegate, Henry Holbrook. Tou-n\ 

clerk, Henry W. BelJ. Fii^st constable, Henry Hol- 
brook, jr. Selecimen, Henry Holbrook, Caleb Bailey, 
Sylvester Bishop. Clergy, James Carpenter, bap. Jo- 
nas Stearns, meth. Simon Myers, chrjs. Physician, 
Henry W. Bell. Postmaster, James Hatch. 

Rupert. — Delegate, Seth Moore. Town clerk, Hen- 
ry Sheldon. First constable, Ruel Harvey. Select- 
men, Thomas Sheldon, Simon Page, Joseph Hastings. 
Clergy, David Wilson, cong. Physician, Henry Shel- 
don. Po5/mr/5/e?'5, David Sheldon, jr. Grove Moore, jr. 

Sandgate. — Delegate, Joseph Tuttle. Toicn clerk, 
George Peck. First constable, Stephen Hurd. Se- 
tcctnien, Smith Hurd, Thomas Peck, Walter Randal. 

ClcrgiJ, Goddard, cong. Physician, Harmon 

Tucker. 

Shaftsbury. — Delegate, Nathan H. Bottum. Town 
clerk, Hiram Barton. First constable, Aaron Denis, jr. 
Selectmen, Asa Slattison, Nathan H. Bottum, Amosj 
Galusha, jr. Clergy, Isaiah Mattison, Daniel Tink- 
ham, Daniel A. Cobb, baps. Enoch King, meth. At- 
torney, Nathan Huntington. Physicians, Daniel Hun- 
tington, Jonas Huntington. Postmaster, Henry Hun- 
tington. 

Sunderland.- — Delegate, William Landon. Town 
clerk, James A. Graves. First constable^ John B. La- 
!throp. Selectmen, Joel Kenny, William Landon, Mi- 
chael Judson. Clergy, Needliam Kniglits, meth. Jo- 
seph Bradley, univ. Postmaster, Gilbert Bradley, 2d. 

IVinhalL— Delegate, Reuben Brooks. Town clerk, 
Reuben Brooks. First constable, John Brooks. Se- 
lectmen, Benjamin Thatcher, Jonathan Vail, Silas 

Gleason. Clergy, Rawson, cong. Physician, 

Job Leonard. 

Woodford. — Delegate, Joseph C. Hollister. Town 



3\> ' ' ' ~~' " i 

\ckrk^ William Park. First constable, Ruel Cutler.! 
'i^ Selectmen, Joseph C. Hollister, Andrew Lyman, Eli-I 
jsha Lyon. Cltrgy, Joseph C. ilollistcr, ref. metli. | 

j \'"IM)HAM COUNTY. 

I Athens.—DjJcgafe, Ethalstan Bayley. Tomi clerk!; 
Sj James Bayley. First consiahle, Jonathan Colton. Se-\ 
} lectmen, Thnolhy H. Whitney, Josepli Tinkham, E- 
ijthalstan Bayley. Postmnsicr, Prunes B3.y]ey. 

BralUeboroi'rrk.— Dcfcgate, Lemuel Whifney. T.j 
r'erlc, Stepiieu Greenleaf. First constable, Henryli 
Smith. Selectmen, John Plnrainer, Jesse French, Paul 
Chase. Clergymen, JonathaJi M'Gee, J. L. Stark, 
cono-. Allornies, Jonatlian Hunt, Saniuel Elliot, Asa 
! Grel>n, James Elliot, Wm. F. Hall. Ehsha Allen, 'phy^ 
sicians, Lemuel Dickcrinan, Russell Fitch, Philip Haij, 
j John L. Dickerman. /-*o,v/7/jr/,?/(.r, Asa Green. 

Brookline — Delegate. Win. Perry. Ihivn clerk, A'-; 
vin Boyden. First cunsi:(bh\ x'Vnthony Mason. Seuii 
'men, Thomas Crane, Jacob l^urdct, Israel Whitney 
\Clcrgy7nan, David Cutler, baptist. Physician, Wra.li 
jPeiTy. 

j Dover. — Delegate, Ebenczer Jones. Town do 

iLaban Jones, i^ir^'^ <:'on.y/'nr6/i?,Ly!nan Howe. Selcct'l 

imen, Laban Jones, Asaph Haskins, James Munn. CVf:r-|; 

Mgymcn, Isanc Commings, cong. Henry llodges, nsetl 

11 Daniel Leonard, James Mann, baptists. Physician, 

li Jedediah E-;tabrooks. Postmaster, Jotham H«\ye 

I Dmvmerston.— -Delegate, Jonathan Himtley. Tovm 

\ clerk, Josepii Duncan. First constable, Luther Thay-^ 

fier. Selectmen, Samuel French, Jotham Burnet, Joini 

I Clark. Clergymen, lloBQn. Beckley, cong-. Jonathan 

Huntley, bap" Attorney, Marshal Miller. Physicians, 

Isaac Knapp, Sewall Walker. 

Grafton. — Delegate, William Stickney, jr. Toum 
'■lerk, Artcmas Spring. First Constable, Sam'l Walk-; 
J or. Selectmen, Nathan Wheeler, Erastus Burgess,! 
I Samuel Spring. Clergymen, Selah R. Arms, cong.| 
:John Sweet, bap. Physician, Benjaniin Bridgman 
[Postmaster, Nathan Wheeler. 

! Giulford.—Dcle<iale, Aaron Barney. Toivn clerk 
I Ward Bullock. First constable, Russel Hyde. Select- 



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Alexander Campbell, John Campbell, N. Chamber- 
lain. Postmaster, James Keys. 

Borkingham.— Delegate, Manasseh Divoll. Town 
clerk, Alexander «. Campbell. First constable, Ed-| 
ward Darbey. Selectmen, Richard Cobb, jr. Cyrus 
Locke, David Nourse. Clergyraen, Joseph Elliot,! 
jbap. Coulton Chase, episcopalian. Attornies, Daniel: 
Kelloora:, Alexander S. Campbell, Horace Baxter, Jon-I 
athan D. Bradley. Physicians, Jarvis B. Chase, VVm. 
jAtchinson, John II. Wells, Artemas Robins. Post-\ 
masters, Jabez Hills, Henry Campbell, Royal Earl. | 

Somerstt.— Delegate, Charles Morse. Town clerk,\ 
Liuthcr Alden. First ronstahle, Luther Alden. Se- 
he! men, Jotham Pike, Charles Morse, Perez Price. 

Slratton. — Delegate, Richard Scott. Town clerk, 
A.^a Philips. First constalde, Ira Scott, jr. Selectmen, 
Richard Scott, Stephen Ballard, Wm. G. Pike. f 

^ Turcnsend.—Delegate, Waitstill R. Ranny. Town\ 
clerk, Epaphroditus Ransom. First constable, Oliver' 
'\Vilkinson, jr. Selectmen, Charles Phelps, John P.' 
, -Marsh, Sam'l Gray. Clergymen, James Kimball, con.' 
Joseph M. Graves, bap. Attornies, Charles Phelps, E.i 
iRansom. Physicians, Waitstilj R. Ranny, .Joel Cham-I 
;ber]ain. Postmasters, John P. Marsh, John FessendenJ 
I Vernon.-~Ddegate, Joseph Franklin, Town clerk) 
Cyrus Washburn. First constahle, Georg-e R. Steb- 
jbins. Selectmen, Cyrus Washburn, Nathan Woodj 
, Jesse Lee. Physician, Cyrus Washburn. Postmast-\ 
!er. Marshal Whitehead, I 

j Wardshoro.—Delegate, Asa Wheelock. Town clerk} 
'Asa Wheelock. First constable, Emmons Plimpton.' 
Selectmen, Nathaniel Ward, Drury Fairbank, Joseph' 
Converse. Clergymen, James Tufts, cong. Joseph' 
.GampbelL bap. Physicians, Paul Wheeler, John P 
I Warren. Postmaster, Janius Tufts. 
I Westminister.— Delegate, Ellery Albe. Town clerk, 
iSylvester Saae. Firshonstable, .Joel Page. Select-] 
ynen, Ezra T. Lane» David Hicthcock, James Titcomb.l 
! Clergymen, Sylvester Sage, Timothy Field, cong.| 
■^Attorney, Wm. C. Bradley. Physician, Pliny Safford, 

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■ men., Uniic Brown, jr. Isaac Noyes, Lovp] Bullock. 

' Clergymen^ Samuel B. Shaw, episcnpalian, Eciijamiii 
Bueklin, bap. Asa Haynos, meth. Attoj-neij, John 

I Phihpj!. Phvskian., Benjamin W- Stevens, Dana Hyd?', 

'■ Fostmaslers, Elihu Field, Edward Hou^,^hton, jr. 

'! imif ax. —Delegate, Sarsfcrd Piumbr Toiva cleric,^ 
Darius Bullock. First conatahle^ Siiaeo.n Fisk. Select- 
men, Jaioes L. Stark, Azariah Hall, jr. Robert Col-^ 
iin.s. dergymen, Thomas H. Wood, con. Samuel 

; Fisk, jr. bap. Atiornies, Jedediah Stark, James L.! 
Stark. Physician, Morris Dwight. Postmaster, Th. 

ri. Wood. i 

I Janiawa. — Delegate, Timothy Goodale. Town clcrk\ 
■"jEzra Livormore. Pirst constable, Samuel T. K. Chc-i 
■i^Jiy. Selcctinen, Nathuuiul Robbins, Peter R. Tall, 
'. Alpheus Ke11o[j;o-. Clergyman, Philip Spalding-, coiiji-. 
\ Physician, Moaes Cambcrlain. Postmader, Benjaaiu! 
IFelton. 

I Londonderry. —.Delegaie, Luther Stowoil. 7\)W)i 
\cle'rk,Lymdn HarriuiTton. First eonded)ie,Jli\c\ White. i 
'Selectmen, Nathaniel Curtis, Elisha White, Solomo 
I [lobart. Clergyman, Fhilef us Clerk, cono-. Physi 
'clan, Jalrus B. Collins. Postmaster, Luther Stowell 
[ Marlboro' — -Dc:-gaie, ^linoon Adams. Town elerk 
[Ephraim H. Newton, First constable., Jonathan Snutij. 
\Sdcctiir_cn, Hubbard WinchQ,ster, William Newton 
\ Cotton Mather. Clergymen, Ephraim IL Newton, 
cong. PhinehasHow, bap. P/jysicza.?, Ebenezer Tuck- 
er. Posimasler, Jonathan Smith. 

JfexDfctne.—Delegate., iMartin Field. Toicn cleric. 
Nathan Stone. First constable. J. Morse. Selectnicn. 
Cbester Pomeroy, Joshua Morse, 2d. A. C. Robinson 
Clergyjnan, ('haiuiler Bates, €on|^-. Sttnrnies, Martin' 
Field, Roswell M. Field. Pysician, John Vv^ilson 

Chester Olds, ^ — Austin. Postmasters, Ros'.vlHj 

,M. Fielu, Jason Duncan. 

Pidney. — Delegate, John Campbell. Toien elerJc. 

A*a Houghton. First constable, Benjamin Cushing. 

Selectmen, Charles Campbell, Prentioe Sabin, Joseph 

I Winslow. Clo'gymafi, Elisha D. Andrews, conn-. At- 

orri-es, AsQ. Keys, 2d. Phitihcas Whits. Plti^skians, 



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ll JVhitingham. — Delegate, Elisha Piitiiam. T. cUrk. 

;iEIli(3t Brown. First constable, Wm. Bond, jr. .SV- 

\lectmen, Asa Godfrey, Simeon Morse, Obod Foster, 

'Clergymen, Lamb, bap. Ebenezer Davis, meth. 

'■Attornies, Horace Robeits, Henry Classon. Physi- 

'dans, Nathaniel Smith, Eiliot Brown, Horace Smith., 

'■Poshnaster, Elliot Brown. 

'\ Windham — Delegate, Amos Emery. Toicn clerks 
Richard Kelly. First constable, Bv.n'ie] Call. Sehct- 

\men, Levi Kimball, A. Perry, TimotJiy Shermaa. Cler- 
gymen, Selar R. Arms, cono-. Samh Kinfrsbury, bap.: 
Physicians, Randal &l Silas Clark. Postmaster, Ba- 
vid VVoodburn. 

Wilmington. — Delegate, Lancy Forbe.='. Town clerk, ^ 
Jairus Hali. First constable, Ehil Crosby. Selectmen,' 
David Rugg, Georo-e Brackenridge, Horace x\lvord.| 

'Clcrgynmn, Mansfield Bruce, bap. Attorney, Charles! 
K. Field. Physicians, John Pulsifer, Billings Puisifer,: 
G. B. Armlnglon. Postmaster, Ephraiin Tyler. ! 

RUTLAND COUNTi. ! 

i Benson. — Delegate, Chauncey Smith. Toicn clerk. 
John Kellogg-. First comtable, Edward H.Barber. 
Selectmen, John Dickinson, Ezra Strong-, Daniel Bar-1 
,ber. Attornies, John Kellon-;]f, Ira Harmon, M. R.l 
'Meaciiam. Physicians, Seth Ransom, R. P. Cooley, 
■Hirunan Howard. Postmaster, Chauncey R. Walker. 

I Brandon. Delegate, Daniel Farrington. Toicn 

■clerk, Barzillai Davenport. First constable, Eymni; 
Crosman. Selectmen, Daniel Farrington, Harvey Hail. 
Chester GocS. Clergy, Beriah Green, cong-. Elder 
Hutchinson, bap. Attornies, B. Davenport, Ezra June,: 
A. VV. Broughton. Physicians, J. W.Hale, Isaac F.: 
Mcriam, Gary Ross. Postmaster, Jolin Conant. 

; Castleton. Delegate, John Mason, Ton n clerk' 

Josiah G. Harris. First constable, Theodore King-, jr. : 
Selectmen, Sylvester Pond, Selah H. Merrill, Samne! 
Wheelock. ..5i7ornie5, Chauncy Langdon, Selah H 
Merrill, Zimri Howe, Benjamin F. Langdon. Physi-\ 
cioiis, Theodore Woodward, Jonathan Woodward.' 
Joseph Perkins. Postmaster, Samuel Moulton. j 

Chittenden. — Delegate, Jonas Wheeler. Town clerk: 



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Moses Randall. First constable, ^ Ann. Persons. Se- 
lectmen, Moses Pvandall, Dan Booofe, John Woodbury. 

Clarendoti.— -Delegate, Oziel H. Round. Toivn clerk, 
Silas W. Hodges, First constable, Oziel II. Round. 
Selectmen, Caleb Ilail, Horatio Beall, Enoch Smith, 
George Round, jr. Chapman Geddings. Clergy, John 
Peck, bap. Pliysicians, Silas Bain, Jona. W. Shaw. 
Postmaster. Caleb Hail. 

Danby. — Delegate, A ndrus Eggleston. Town clerk, 
John Vail. First constable, Andi'us Eggleston. Se- 
lectmen, David Young, Joseph Allen, Edward Vail, jr. 
Physicians, Abraham Locke, Eli Earned, Israel B. 
Richardson. Postmaster, Adin H. Green. 
! Fairhaven. — Delegate, Moses Colton. Town clerk, 
Tilly Gilbert. First constable, Harvey Church. Se- 
\lectmen, Ira Leonard, Benjamin F. Gilbert, Lyman 
Carpenter. Clergy, Rufus Cushman, cong. Attor- 
ney, William C. Kitterige. Physicians, William Big- 
elow, Edward Lewis. Postmaster, Wm. C Kitterige. 
I Hubbardton. — Delegate, David Barber. Town clerk, 
James Flagg. First constable, Harold CoUon. Sc- 
\lcctmen, Ira Jennings, Samuel Cheever, David Barber. 
Clergy, Horatio Flagg, cong. Physician, Hiram See- 
ley. Postmaster, E. B. Dewey. 

Ira. — Delegate, Leonard Pvlason, Town clerk, Joiin 
Mason. First constable, S. Fish. Selectmen, Joshua 
Harrington, Willard Mann, jr. George Wilkinson. 
Clergy, Artemas Arnold, bap. Postmaster, Daniel 
Graves, jr. 

Jlendon. — Z)e/e^a/e, Rufus Richardson. Town clerk, 
Nathan Fisher. Selectmen, Nathan Fisher, Tim Gib- 
'son, Amoi3 Robinson, John Griggs. 
j Middletown. — Delegate, Allen Vail. Town clerk, 
jCyrus Adams. First constable, John Herrington. 
\Selectmen, Jonathan Morgan, Allen Vail. David Me- 
ihurin. Clergy, Henry Bigelow, cong. Attorney, Jo- 
!nas Clark. Physician, Eliakim Paul. Podmaster, 
Henry Bigelow. 

i Mount-Holly. Delegate, Nathan T. Sprague. 

(Town clerk, Daniel Parker. First constable, Austin 
Dickerman. Selectmen, Aaron Wheeler, Homer Earl, 



Nathan T. Spranuo. Cleygy, Dame] Packer, bap. 
Physicians, Oliver Garnsey, Sylvester Grinuel. Post- 
master^ Hiram Dickerman. 

JIount-Tabor. Delegate, Caleb BiifFum. Town 

clerk, Caleb Bulfum. Fir9t constable, Samuel Bald- 
win, jr. Selectmen, Asa Smith, 2d. Caleb Butium, 
B. Britton. Physician, .Tohn W*. Tabor. 

Orwell. — Delegate, Thomas D. Hammond. Toum 
clerk, Ira Smith, 2d. First constable, Jeremiah Boyn- 
[ton. Silcctnien, Thomas D. Hammond, Samacl Young, 
Riileff Wiiite, 2d. Clergy, Sherman Kellogg, cong. 
Physicians, Earl Cusbman, Jiicl Barber, Nathan Gple. 
Postmaster, Thomas D. Hammond. 

Pawht. — Delegate, Joel Simonds. Town clerk, E- 
lisha Allen. First constable, R. H. Smith. Sehctmen, 
Joel Simonds, Simeon Edgerton, Paul Hewlet. Cler- 
\gy, John Griswold, cong. George Smith, metb. Isaac 
Beal, bap. Fayette Shepard, pres. Attorney, Nath'l. 
Harmon. Physicians, John Sargent, Samuel Potter, 
James Willard, Oliver L. Harmon, John Sargent, jr. 1 
Postmaster, George Purple. j 

Pittsford. — Delegate, Caleb Hendee. Toum clerk, 
Samuel H. Kellogg. First constable, Jeflery Barns. 
iSelectmen, Gordon Newell, John Rockwood, Thomas* 

It. Booge. Clergy, Willard Ciiild, cong. John- 

Ison, bap. Atlornies, Gordon Newell, John Pierpoint., 
\ Physicians, Kinelra Winslow, Anderson G. Dana, 
iWiiippIe Spooner, Caleb P. Barlow. Posiuiastcr ' 
Elijah Brown. 

Pitt.sjieki — Delegate, V/illiam R. Blossom. Town] 
clerk, William R. Blossom. Fint constable, Ira Par-| 
sons. Selectmen, Erastus Holt, Calvin Joycelin, Joell 
Darkea. Clergyman, Jusfin Parsons, cong. Physi-, 

S'cians, Calvin Lewis, Josiah H. Phelps. Postmcister,' 
|Daniel Bowe, jr. I 

I Poultney. — Delegate, John Stanley, Tcvm clerk,\ 

Henry G. Neal. First constable, Whitcomb. iS'e-j 

leclmen, Wm. L. Fafnham, Wm, Ward, John Jones. I 

Clergy, John C. Green, meth. Cofferin, cong. 

[- Church, bap. Altornies, R. C. Mallory, Almon 



■3ii 

Wariier, James S. Harris. Fhysicixin-s, Aiden Ken-i 
drick,Ebenezer Porter. Fostma&ters^ Henry Stanley,; 
Dauijcl Mallory. ! 

Rutland. — Delegate^ Robert Pierpoint. Tuicn clerk ^\ 
Ambrose L. Brown. Fird nonstable., Abner Mead. 
Selectmen, George T. Hodges, Benning' Cliutterton, 
Sanuiel Greg'gs. Clergy, Ciiarlcs Walker, Ames Dru- 
ry, cong. H. Pioctor bap. Altornies, C. K. Williams, 
Moses Strong, Robert Temple, V^'illiain Page, R. C. 
Royce, S. Pi. Hodges, R. R. Thrall, E. L. Ormsbee, 
A, L. Brown. H. Powers. Physicians, James Porter, 
Joel Green, John Cleveland, R. Gowdy, H. Green. 
Fost;nasters,R. R. Thrall, AmosDrury. 

Sherburne. — Delegate., Jo.siah Wood. Town clerk, 
Albro Anthony. jF^ir^^coTj^to^/e, Charles Shedd. .S'e- 
Ifclmcn, Wm. Lewis, Richard Estabrooks, jr. Josiahj 
Wood, Fostmaster, Cephas Wcod. 

Shrev:slury. — Delegate, John Buckmaster. T, clerk, 
John Kilburne.. Fird consiable, Japheth L. Warner. 
Selectmen, Elijah Hoklen, Zidon Etison, Levi Finney, 
Job- Waterman, John Buckmaster. Clergy, Moses 
Winchester, christian. P%«jcian, Lowell W. Garn- 
sey. Postmaster, Stephen Gleason. 

Sudbury. — Delegate, Barnard Keteham. T. cleric, 
Joseph Warner. First constable, Warren Gray. 5'e- 

Lectmen, Barnard Keteham, Peter Reynold, 

Clergy, Mason Ivnappen, cong. I)e Wolf, meth.l 

Physicians., S. P. Dyah, Chs. Charton. Postmaster,'. 
John L. W^arner. 

TinmoutJu— Delegate, O. Noble, jr. T. cleric, Geo. 
Capron. First constable, Eliada Cramton. Selectmen, 
Chad Philips, George Capron, Harvey Shaw. Clergy, 
Stephen Martkidalo, jr. Attorney, O. Noble, jr. Phys- 
ician, I'hcophilus Clark. Postmaster, Wm. Vaughn. 

Wallingford. — Delegate, Amos Eucklin. Town clerk, 
Eliakim H. Johnson. P'irst constable, Hosea Eddy. 
Selechnen, Joseph Randal, Jarvis Andrews, Oliver Al- 
len. Clergy., Hopkins, cong. Chandler Walker, 

metli. Jittoi^ies, A. Child, Ira Button. Physician, 
|J. Fox, D. Hoideu, J. Randal. Postmaster, L. Ives. 



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Welh. — De/ei^-a/e,Seth Blossom. Teicn clerk. Ari- 
se] Goodspeed. First cnnsfable, "Win. !Blossom. Se- 
lectmen, Joseph Park,Elijah -Button, S. Culver. Cler- 

§•//, Shubael Lamb, meth. Physician, Munson. 

Postmaslers, .Wni. Simple. 

Westhavcn. — Delegate, Erastus Coleman. Town 
derk^ Artemas Wyman. First constable, David Downes. 1 
Selectmen, Arlemas Wyman, Samuel Adams, Eras- 
tus Colman. Clergy, Ruben Sawyer bap. Physi- 
cian, Spooner. .Postmaster, ApoUos Smith. 

ADDISON COL'NTY. 

AJd'sor. . — 2>'('/e^af5, Stephen Spencer. Toii-n clerk y 
Gideon Segnr. jr. First constable, -David Jackson. 
Selectmen, AViUiam Picket, Jonas V. Renedic, Stephen 
Spencer. Clergy, Sylvanns 'Ciiapin, cong. Alanson 
Covii, bap. .Phy€icicut:.s, Prentice D. Cheney, Henry 
Kale, Hiram Eroivn. .-Poj^?n.fx,?t'^r^, Gideon Segur, jr. 
Byron Murray. • 

Bristol.— Delegate, Robert Holley. T. clerk, Win- 
ter H. Holley. First constable, Ama?a Atwood. Se- 
/fd//?e;i, Solomon Drake, Joshua Hall, Amos Eddy. 
Clergy, David Hardy, bap. ^^/iorme^, Horatio Need- 
ham, Paul P. -Hoik,'. Physician, Joseph Needham. 
Postmaster, Joseph Otis. 

Bridport. — Delegate, Benjamin Miner, jr. Town 

clerk, Gardner Converse. FirsPcn stable, Smith, 

Selectmen, Benjamin Miner,jr. Daniel Hamblin, Hamb- 
lin Converse. CVero-y, Increase Graves, James Mc. 
Quill, congs. Jonathan Mariam, bap. Attorny, Calvin 
Solace. PAyWe/^as, Martin Gay, Luther Corey, Joel 
Rice. Pf>s^w«-s?cr, Parr-is Fletcher. 

Cormmll. — Delegate, John Sanford. Tou-n clerk, 
Asahel Bingham. First ron",talk, LinusEverts. Se- 
Iccttnen, Horace Janes, William Hamilton, Jesse -Ells- 
worth. 67cr^?/,5eaedial; Bushnel, cong. Mr. Ide, bap. i 
Physicians, Frederick Ford, Thomas P. Mathews, j 
Oliver J. Eclls, T-'osf master, Chancey H. Sto'vvell. 

FerrixbHrg. Delegate, Theophilus Middlcbrook 

Town clerk, Theophilus IMiddlebrook. First constable, \ 
Moses Taft, jr. Selectmen, Stoddard Martin, Thomas] 



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Marsh, David Haziird. C/er^y, John A. Dodge, bap. 
Phi/sician, Jonaliian Cram. 

Goshen. Delegate, Nathan Capen. Town clerk, 

Nathan Capen. First constable, David Grandy. Se- 
lectmen, Je&sc Wiiite, Natlian Carr, Reuben Allen 
Clergy, Abiatkar Knapp, christian. 
! Hancoek.— Delegate, Charles Churcli. Town clerk, 
Zerah Barnes. First constah!e,}oQ\^\\V.'^roo\\s. Se- 
lectman, Charles Churcli^ Nathan Claflin, Amos Fas- 
set. Phijsician, Austin Bradibrd. Postmaster, John 
Hacket. ' 

Kingston.— Delegate, Thomas King, Toicn clerk, 
Joseph Patrick. P'irst oonstcible, John Thatclier. Se- 
lectmen, Caleb Ford, Wm. Ellsworth, Random Beck- 
with. Postmaster, Harvey Morjjan. 
\ Leicester. — DM^ate, Remy Ohn. Toten clerk, H. 
Olin. First constable, V^'\\\\nm Gile. Selectmen, J <:'\\\'\ 
Bullock, Perjy Eiios, Kcnry Merrit. Physician, Wil- 
liam Gile. Postmaster, John G. Perry. 
. Lincoln.' — Delegate, Oliver W. Burnhani. Town 
clerk, Peter Johnvson. First constable, Isaiah Gr^en. 
Selectmen, Oliver W. Burnham, John Bush, Hezekiahi 
Hatch. Physicians, Benjatnin Tabor, J-jutber M. Kent. | 
i Jilldcllchury. — Delegate, Samel Swift. Town clerk, 
Seth Storrs. First constable, Nathaniel Foster. Se- 
lectmen, John Simons, Asahel Parsons, Hiram JMunger. 
jC/er^y/, Thomas A. Merrill, cong. Benjamin B. Smith,, 
^epis. Attornies, Horatio Seymour, Joel Df^olittle, Pe- 
jtcr Starr, Robert B. Bates, Saiimel S. Phelps, Har-, 
;vey Bell, Dorastus Wooster, George Chipraan, Chs.! 
Liysley, Calvin C. Waller. Physicutns, William 
Bass, Edward Tudor, Zacciieus Bass, Jonathan A. Al- 
jcn, Oliver B. Norton. Postmaster^ George Cleave- 
land. 

i Jlonkton. — Delegate, Daniel Collins. Town clerk^^ 
Stodard Holiis. First constable, Alson Collins. SeA 
leclmen, John Smitii, Oliver Shernmn, RusseU East- 
jman. Clergy, Joel Fisk, cong. Hall, bap. Phys- 
icians, Ira Smith, George E. Stone, Dan Stone. Past- 
\master, Charles Dean. 
1 jYtwhaven. — Delegate, Benjamin Field. T. clerk. 



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Jonathan Hoyt. Fi-rst constable, Lemiie] Eldndge. Se-.. 
/(pctwfn, Myron Grinaell, Benj. Field, Jesse Ilendee.i 
Clergy, Josiah Hopkins, cong. Attorney, Joseph C. 

Bradlee. Physicians, Hall, Fuller. Post-\ 

mast^.r, James Saxton. 

j Fantofi. — Delei^ate, Silas Tapen. Tmtn clerk, Jes 
se Grandy. F^irst constable.-Cyrus Smith. Sel€ctmcn,\ 
Xorman Munson, Luther Grandy, Putnam Bishop. 
Pvs/c-tarJ.f, Stephen Jlusco, Orin Smith. Poslmader.. 
Calvin Hyde. 

SaUxhiiry. 7?e/egT/fp,.Ebonezer N. .Briggs. Toxcn 

r.lerk, Harvey Demming. First constable, Washington I 
Miller. Selectmen, Ehiatlian Darling, Nath'l Spencer, 
Prentice G. Alden. Cle^^gy, Orvil Kempton, rneth. 
Attorney, Fbenezer N. Brigfis. Physicians, W. Mil- 
ler, Luke Hale, jr. Postmaster, Harvey Doming'. 

iShoreham. — Delegate, ElishaBascom. Town clerk, 
I Levi O. Birchard. First constable, Marvin North. 
Selectmen, Kent Wright, SilasH. Jenison, Isaac Chip- 
man. Clergy, Daniel O. Morton, cong. Henry Green, 
bap. Kitridge Haven, univer. Altornies, Samuel H. 
Hulley, Udney H. Everest. Xhyscians, Nicaner i\eod- 

ham, Erastus E. Blin, Miner Turrell, Hill. Post- 

ter, Moses Seyraour. 

Starkshoro\ — Delegate, Myron Bushnell. Town clerk, 
Richard Worth. First constable, William Worth, 2d. 
Selectmen, Myron Bushnell, Daniel Peake, John Hill, 3d. 
^.Clergy, Benajali Maynnrd. PJujsician, Alford Church. 
Postmaster, Augustus White. 

City of Vergennes. Delegate, Philip C. Tucker. 

Town clerk, yViW'Am Burritt. First constable, Wilham 
Joslin. Common council who perform the duties of se- 
lectmen, Villee -Lawrence, 8amuel P. Strong, Daniel 
W. Buckley. Clergy, Alexander Lovell, cong. Lu- 
ther Chamberlin, raeth. Attornies, Enoch D. Wood- 
bridge, Noah Hawley, Nathan Hoskins, Philip C. 
'J'iickor. Physicians^ Ebenezer Huntington, Henry 
Hewitt, Dan C Stone. Postmaster, Wm. R. .Bixby. 

Waltham. — Delegate, Solomon Hobba. Town dcrk, 
George Fisher. First constable, Pelep; Pigher. ^Se- 



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llectmsn^ Soio. Hobbs, Dauitpl Chipman, Ijeurrf Toni- 
lirteon, 

I Warren. — Delof^atc., Jopepli A. Hyzer. Tov:nckrh\ 
I Tared \V'. Shepard. First consiahle, Orain-°l WilJidiUS-,, 
Selectmen,^ Joseph W. Eidreclg'e, Cephas Ransunij Jo-^ 
seph A. Kyzer. Clerg/y, NatluinieJ \S-. Stera-n,s,i| 
m-eth. Fkysicicmsy Henry ]>. Pcabody, —- ™ 3oslin,:j 
Fostmnster, Joseph W. Eldredge. > 

Weyhridgc. Ddn^ale, Awi^ph Ilayward, T'.}.x<m\ 

clerk^ Thomas Jo vvett. First consiable, Lauren Drcke. 
Selectmen^ Jase])h Hayvvard, C. J. Bov;dish, Asi^ph 
Drake. Physicifm., Zeiias Shaw. 

Wliilrng. — Delegate, Bcnj. Needharo. Tiywn chrk. 
Whitfield Walker. First coustnhle, t5av/yev Walker. 
Seicrttncn, Ephraini Moul^on, Samuel T. Walker, Li- 
nns Needhprn. Phy.^icians^ As'oerx Nichols, Cyisj;-^ 
Carpenter, Isaac Ives. Posbnaskr^ Siinoa Taft. ;| 

OR\rv.GE COUI^TY. I 

BrainfrcE.— Delegate, Lyman Kid.dcr. Ti>icn claw ^ 

Ammi Nichols. First constable, Lxmaii Kidder, jun. I 

Selccimen, Josiah Tilson, Daniel Wait, jr. Jabez Stuitb. I 

Clergy, Ammi Nichols^ cal\% Physician^', Samuel | 

Crai^, S. W. Thayer, Joseph Duboise. I 

E radfard.— Delegate, Jesse Merrill, 2d. Ihwn ckrjc, | 

Andrew^ B. Peters. First const able, Abr8:ii B. Ad- 1 

= anis. Solecfnien, Daniel Martin, Moses Chamberiin, | 

Isaac Corliss. Clergy, &ilas M'Keen, con^-. ./J/for-,| 

\nies, Moses Ciiase, Jesse Merrill, 2d. Physiciaji:,'.^ 

jThomas Colby, William ?Jartiu, John Fool. Po-d-'}^ 

imc:fcr, Alfred Corliss, 

I BrookJieUl. — Delegate, Frederick Griswold. 'ic'ir/ij 
! clerks Seth G. Bigelow, Fiit-st constable, Samuel Free- j 
■man, jr. Selectmen, Thomas King-sbur\% Nathaiiielj 
I Wheatly, Salmon Edson. Physicians, VVaUer Burn-; 
{ham, Daniel Washburn. Postmaster, John Snrlth. | 
j Chelsea.— Deleaxde, David Wiggin. Touin, clerk,' 
I John y/. Smith. ^ First eousttible, H. E. G. MXaugh-i 
liu Selectmen, John Stearns, Joshua Dickinson,! 
Benjamin Rolfe. 6Ver§'?/, Calvin Noble, cono-. J-^hnJ 
BiG. Dow, mefeh. Atiornies, Thomas Jones, D. A. A.i 



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buck, Joati ^V. ►Siiiith. J^k'/sttiiikSy Thomas Wins- 
low, John MChire. mPosf.)naster, John Stearns. 

Coradh. — Ddcirafe^ PetQ.r Eaton. Town chrk, Sam- 
uel Hazel tine. I'\rsl consfubfe, George Sleei^er. Se- 
!edmen. Plant lawyer, Amos Tenney, John Merrill. 
Clergi/, Charles Y. Cl>ase, cong. Nathaniel Bowles, 
r. bab. *4^^or/?f?/, William Spencer. Physickij-is, 3 osh- 

iiia Tenney, E. Smith, John Rob«y, Carpenter, 

Metealfo. Postmnster, Theodore CooJv. 

Fairlec. — Dels^ate^ Thamas Stratton. Town cleric, 
Grant Smith. Firxf. co.istablr. A\i:xa.\\dQ-\:\{. Gilmore. 
Se/eclmen, James Morrison, Thomas St?atton, Calvin 
iCohurn. Clcrgi/, Sylve-ster Dan^, calv. jlUornies, 
LMoulton Morey, Samuel T. Morey. Postmaster, Isaac 
iFartington. 

A^civSuri/. — Delegate^ MooJy Chamberlam. Toicn] 
ckrh, Joseph S. Goukl. First constable, Jacob Kent, jr. 
Seleclmci, Moody Grow, James Bayiey, 2(1. John At- 

wood. Clergy, Perry, con:^. Lsauo Hall, jr. ciiris. 

Atlornies, Peter Burbank, Joseph Berry, Under- 1 

wood, A. G. Cus-hman. Phijsicians, John Stevens, 
iCurtis (Sz: Thatcher, Postmasters^ James Spears, jr. j 
John Jj. Woods. • 

Orange. — Delegate, Reuben Whit-.*. Tov^n clerk 
Thaddeus Clapp. First cons'nhle, Nathan Foster, i 
Selectmen^ David Clark, David Neilson, Joseph Knight, j 
i-'ltrs:y, Ezekiel Currier, meth. Physician^ Eliphalet 
M. Bill. PostmiHer, David Nelson. 

Slrajford. — Ddegate, Martin Barrett. Toion clerk, 
Stephen Morrill. First constable, Jonathan Frary. 
\Selectmen, J. H. Harris, Nathan Youni;-, Lyman Ben- 
son. Clergy, xVaron Buzzell, John lidiiard, f. baps. { 
E. B. Rollins, chr. Attorney, Daniel Cobb. Physi ' 
clans, Albigence Pierce, Elcazer Baldwin, John Sabin. • 
'Postinaster, T. J. Karris. 

j Tkctford. — Delegate, Simeon Short. Town clerk, 
Simeon Short. First constable, Heman Hosford. Se- 
\lcclrnen, William H. Latham, Geo. O, Strong, Josiah 
Hubbard, jr. Clergy, A. Burton, Chs. White, congs. 
Altornies, Siracon Short, Pressbury WestJr. Physi- 



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cians, David Palmer, William Svveatt, Hasseltine. 

Postniaster._ Charles Hopkins. 
] i Topsham. — Z>e/ei;a^e, Jonathan Jonness, Town clerk, 
Levi Tabor. First constable, John K.DusUn. Select-] 
men, Jonathan Jenness, Warren Ives, Moses A. Dus-I 
{tin. Clergy, William Sloane, pres. Ebcr Sanborn, | 
I William Sanborn, baps. John Button, cong. ^^ltorney,\ 
i'Seth Austin. Physicians, Richard H. liiintley, Bcnj.j 
;P. Smith, Israel Ilinkley, Nurse Hall. Postmasters, ^ 
Warren Ives, Topsham, George Jenness, West Tops- 
ham, 

I Tuyibric!ge.—Deh<]:nte,'N-dii\mme] Kin<T. Town clerk, 
{Charles E. Chandler. First constable, Amos Noycs. 

'Selectmen, Aaron Whitney, Hollis llutcbins. Clark, 

^'Clergy, David II. Williston, cong. Elders Nathaniel 
iKing, George Hackett, Thomas Moxley, Nathan Mox- 

jley, f. baps. Physicians, Charles B. Chandler, 

iSeavey. Posimasier, Elijah Tracy. 

Washington.— Delcgale, Asa Burton. Toii^n clerks 
Asa Barton. Fi^rst constable, C. S. Calfe. Selectmen, 
Samuel Wortbley, Lucius Ingram, Stephen Burton. 
Clergy^ William Kim.ball, raeth. Pliysicicfn, Jesse H. 
Foster. Postmaster, Chauncey Smith. 

Williamslown. — JDelcgnte, Jedediah Smith. Town 
\rlcrk, James Lyndo. First constable, Moses Morse, jr. 
\Sclcrtmen, John Poor, Enoch Howe, Aaron Martm. [ 
\Clcrgy, Joel Davis, cong. Attorney, James Lynde. 
physician, Z. P. Burnham. Postmasters, Snneon 

Ij Wight, jr. Elijah Paine. 
{ West Fairlee. — Delegate, Isaac Lyon. Town clerk, 
iElisha Thnyer. First constable, John House. Select- 
_ wen. Wells Davi^, John Hause, Asa Baldwin. C/er- 
\gy, Joseph Tracy, cong. Timothy Spaulding, cal. bap. 

j CHTTTExNDEN CiSVJSTY. 

j Bolton. — Delegate, John Pinneo. Town clerk, John 
|Pinneo. First eonstablc, Almon VVhitcomb. Selectmen, 
jAllen VVilldrd, Almon Whitcomb, Moses L. Colton. 
Postmaster, Jamos Whitcomb. 

I Burlington. — £>e/eo"aie, Heman Lowry. Town clerk, 
Gergo Robinson. First constable, Phineas Atwatcr. 
\Selertm''n, Gooro-e Robinson, Alvan Footc, John Van- 



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ticklui. Cieru;y^ Reuben Smith, coii^. Geo. G. In^er-! 
sol, unit. Truman >S:^ymour, moth. Attornies, C. P 
Van Ne?p, Geo. Robinson, John N. Pomery, Alvani 
Foote, Charles Adams, James L. Sawyer, Luman 
Foote, \Vm. A. Griswold, John C. Thompson, Benj. 
F. Bdiloy, Geortje Peaslee, Heniy Leavenworth, Joel 
Story, Geo. P. Majjsh, Sidney Smith, Charges Russel, 
Luman Cummings. Phymcians^ John Pomeroy, Tru- 

'nan Powell, James Vansicklin, Chamberlin i 

Posfmasler, Ephraim Mills. | 

Colchesffir. Delegate^ Thomas Bl'ownell. Tcrwn] 

o/erA', Noah \Volcott. First constable, J. W. Weaver.! 
Selntmcn, \Vm. Hine, A. B. Allen, Noah Wolcott. 1 

C/Ko7o.'fe.— Z^e/^-ea/e, Nathl Newell. Town clerk), 
Moblo Lovely. First constable, Aaron B. Webb.'. 
Selectmen, Charles Grant, Joseph D. Farnsworth, Na-i 

Mianiol Newell. Clergy, Cavin Yale, co*ig. Grif-j 

fin, meth. Aftormes, Wm. Noble, O. Ilubbell. Phy-\ 

Syrians, Joseph D. Farnsworth, Joel Stone, Cor-; 

bin. Po-it master, Noble Lovely. j 

Esse r.-^D(;legate, Samuel Bliss. Totcn clerk, Thad-: 
eus Fletcher. First constable, Augustus Butler. Se-: 
Iccfmen, Marshal Castle, Solomon Baker, David Kel- 
logg. Clergy, Asa Morgan, Chester Ingrahani. — 

Physicians, Herman How, Mead. Post.-nasier, 

Roswcll Butler. 

Hlneshurgh. — Delegate, Edmund Baldwin. Town 
clerk, Erastus BoSl.wick. First constable, Erastus 
jMoech. Selectmen, N. Leavenworth, A. H. Post,M. 
iPelton, N. Peck, J. Norton. Clergy, Otto S. Hoyt. 

cnng. Peter Chase, bap. Chamberlain, method. 

■Attornies, John M. Eldridge, Nahum Peck. Physi- 
cians, Daniel Goodyear, David H. Deming. Postmast- 
ers, Thos. W. Gibb. 

Huntington. — Ddegate, James Ambler, jr. Town 
clei'k, James Ambler, jr. FirsH constable, John Judson. ' 
Selectmen, James Ambler, jr. Sclah Ambler, Luman E. ■ 
iLoveland. Clergy, Cliarles Bowls, Jo.=iah Weth-[ 
erbee, f. bap. Giles ilooa, meth. Physicians, Matthew i 
Cole, Gaiel Nichols, Enoch A. Smith. Postmaster,, 
Amos Dike. [ 



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j',laiiiji<':':.'—JJt.:i^-(ue^ Ivory Litjce. I'owncitrn, iNa- 
thaniel Butts. Fr/\it comtnhle, Clark Pettingell. Select- 
men, Nathaniel Butts, Samuel Harris, Samuel H. Al- 
len. 

MiUon.—Delegnle, Lomi^el B. Piatt. Ton-n derl\ 
Gideon Hoxie. F'irst cmislable^ iohn^l. J) Q\Ney. Se- 
■^,'cctmen, Lemuel B. Piatt, Levi Smith, Eleazer Austin. 
Clergy, John Scott, conpr. Aitornies, A. G. Wiiilte- 
i more, Warren Hexie, B. tf. Wilson. Physicians, Jes- 
'se P. Carpenter, Avery Ainsv/orth, -Calvin Deming, 

= GnioH. Postmaster, Lyman Burgess. 

Richmond. — Belegate, Edward Jones. Town cleric, 
Reuben Nims. i*^irs^ cow.?faD/e Stephen Cooper. Sc- 
I'r.ctmen, Josiah Thompson, Artemas Flagg, Oliver 
;|Shepard. Attornics, Wm. P. -Briggs, Plarry Brovvm- 
son. Physicians, Seth Cole, Reuben Nims. Post- 
tnistres};, Mrs. Sally Brownson. 

Shelhm'Re.-Delegaic, Burgess Hall. Tiywn dcrk,J^o- 
vi Comstock. Fird-canHabce, M\\ Thayer, Selectmen 
Samuel Fletcher, Horace Saxton, Nathaniel Gage 

Clergy, -Sliepard, cong. Lewis M'Donald, epis. 

Physician, Joel Fairchild, jr, Postmaster^ Garrad Bur- 
netL 

St. George. — Dclegnie, llondtceFerris. Toivn clerk, 
Horace Ferris. First constable, Giles S. Hensdill. 
Selectmen, Reuben Lockwood, Lewis Higbee, Horace 
Ferris. 
i Underhlll. — Bekgafe, Caleb Sheldon. Town clerk, 

Ijohn H. Tower. First constable, Hannerford. 

ISelertmen, Albert Barney, Augustus Smith. Postmas- 
\ter, Elijah Birge. 

I JFcstford, — IXslxgnte, Ebenezer Bowman. Toivn^. 
'clerk, Thomas Hayne^. First constable, J^icoh MQ.com- \ 
ber. Selectmen, David Ilaselton, Jonas Hobart, John 
Allen. Clergy, Simeon Parmclee, cong. Physicians, 
[ra Hatch, Thomas Havnos. Postmaster, William \ 
I Wood. 

i Waiiston.— Delegate, Chaunccy Brov/nell. Town 
''^derk, Chauncey Brcwnell. First constable, Elisha 
J Landnn. Selectmen, Chauncey BrowncU, James Tal- 
licott, Joel Turrell. Cleri^y, Josiah F. Goodhue, cong. 



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AttornieSy Chauncey Brownell, David French, S. S. 
Taplin. Physicians, Noah Coming-, and Frederick T- 
Miner. Postmaster, Horace L. Nichols. \ 

WASHINGTON COUNTY. I 

Barre. — Delegate, Peter Kiehols. Town elerk, Jo- 
seph Riplay, First constable, Peter Nichols. Select- 
men, Chapiii Keith, John Thwino-, Smith Shetman. 
aUergy, Justus W. French, cong. John E. Palmer and 
Thomas Browning, univ. Zadock Hubbard, moth. 
Attornies^ I>enison Smith, Lucius B. Peck, Charles 
Pi,obinson, Newell Kinsman, Stephen Freeman. Pity- 

sicians, Robert Paddock- Lyman Paddock, Shep- 

ard. Postmaster, Walter ChaiSiy. 

Calais. — Delegate, 'Hhomd^B Cole. Town clerk, G'l^- 
eon Hicks. Flrd constiLble, James Morse. Sdectmen, 
Jonas Hall, Alonzo Pierce, William Robinson. Cler- 
\gy, Benjamin Page, chr. Attorney, Shubael Wheeler. 
^Physicians, Asa George, Charles C. Clark. Post- 
master, Gideon Wheeloek. 

Duxbury^ Delegate, Ira Arms. Toicn clerk, Tia 

Arms. First constable, Horace G/ifFeth. Selectmen, 
Daniel Small, vSamuel Ridley, jr. Daniel Cameron, jr. 
Luther Graves, Roger G. Bulkeley. Clergy, Calvin 
; Huntley, Nathan Huntley, Isaiah Huntley, bap. At- 
torney, Roger G. Bulkeley. 

Elnvore. — Delegate, Jonathan Bridge. Tov:n clerk, 
Martin Elmore. First constable, Samuel Smith. «Se- 
Irciinen. Abn^r Doty, Jonathan Bridge, Seth Olmsted. 
Physician, Joel Camp. Postmaster, Abel Camp. 

Fiyston. — Delegate, Peter Drew. Tov:n clerk, Pe- 
ter Drew. First constable, Wm. Sherman. Select- 
[mrn, Peter Drew, Jacob Boyd, Philemon Hilton. 
Ckrgy, Jotham Carpenter, meth. 

Jlarshjield. — Delegate, Josiah Hollister. Townclerk, 
Martin Bullock. First constable, Wm. Martin. Se- 
'lectmen, Stephen Pitkin, Josiah Hollister, Ponson How- 
ard. Clergy, John C apron., chr. John Stone, cong. 
Physician, Daniel Collis. Postmaster, Joshua Smith. 

Middlesex. Delegate, Rutus Chamberlin. Town 

clerk, Horace Holden. First constable, Ohver A. 
Chamberlin. Selectmen, James Jorden, Ezra Cush- 

mimmimmw ii TiiiiriianMftiiiiilw.^ii'rTiflii 'i I'TTi rir^aBw*-i«i 



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Irnan, John Vincent. Clergy^ David L* slie, nieth.' 
Benjamin Chatterton, bap. Physician, Samuel Fifield. | 
Postmaster^ Aaron Ladd. 

Jlontpelier. — Ddegate, Stephen Foeter. Toion derli\ 
Joseph Wing. First constable. Win. Bill ing-s. Se- 
ledmen, Joseph Howes, Josiah Wing, Joel Bassett. 
Clergy, Chester Wright, cong. John G. Dow, meth. ; 
Samuel Parker, bap. Clark Stevens, friend. Attornics', 
Samuel Prentiss, Nicholas Baylies, Cyrus Ware, Je- 
jdurhun Loomis, Timotiiy Merrill, William Upham, 
Thomas Reed, jr. Ilezekiah H. Reed, Azro Loomis, 
jOramel H. Smith, Daniel P. Thompson, Cfdvin J. 
Keith. Physicians, Edward Lamb, James Spnlding, 
N. C. King, Harvey Hersey, Juhus Y. Dewey, Benj. 
Walton. ^Postmasters, J. Y. Vail, Village o,f Montpe- 
lier, Merrill Williams, east village. 

Jdoretown.— Delegate, David Belding. Town clerk, 
Ebenezer Johnson. First coustahln, Levi Spalding. 
Selectmen, David Belding, Oramel D. Skinner, John 
Foster. Physician^ Lester Kingsley. Postmaster, 
;Ira Carpenter. 

I Morthjield. — De/cg'a^e, Amos Robinson. Town clerk, 
ICxilbert Hatch. First constable, John Starkweather. 
iSelectmen, Elijah Burnham, Jesse Averilk Ansel Ad- 
jams. Clergy, Sylvamjs Robinson, f. bap. Joel Winch, 
:meth. Attorney, John L. Buck. Physician, Benja- 
min Porter. Postmaster, Oliver Averill. 
j P lainfield.— Delegate, Nathnniel Bancroft. Town 
\clerk, Silas Williams, jr. First constable, Joseph j 
jLamson. Selectmen, Andrew Wheatly, Divid Kinpey, ! 
jJabez L. Carpenter. Clergy, Jonathan Kinney, — — I 

'VVheeler, bap-^. Harvey, raeth. Attorney, Azel! 

Spalding, Amherst Simons. Physicians, Ebenezer! 
iConant, Nathaniel Bancroft. Postmaster, Nathaniel ! 
:Bancroft. I 

I Roxhury,— Delegate, Nathan Morse. Town clerk, j 
Samuel Robertson. First comtahle, Henry Boyce. 
[Selectmen, Isaiah Shaw, Nathan Morse, Charles Sam- 
r?on. Physicians, Henry Boyce, Ira Hunter. Post- 
master, John M. Spalding. 
Slow. —Delegate, Daniel Moody. Town clerk. Rive- 



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nils Camp- Fi^^st constable, Nathaniel Russell. Se-\ 
lecbnen^ Lemuel Tiioraas, Philip Smith, II. Slayloii. j 
Clergy^ R. A. VVatkins, cong. C W. Martin, chris. i 
Hira'm Meeker, rneth. A'dorney, O. W. Butler.' 
Physicians, T. B. Downer, Joseph Robinson. Post-' 
nia>>kr^ P. G. Camp. 

Wailsjield. — Z>f/£;g-a/€, Jason Carpenter. Tvicnclerk. j 
Lewis tlolden. First constable, Cyren^maick. Se- . 
lectmen, James JPoslin. Orson Skinner, Jason Caipen-| 
ler. Clergy, Amariali Chandler, coug-. N. B. Ash-' 
croft, nieth. Physician, O. Smith, Wui. Jcslin. 
Physician, R. Richardson. 

Wat^rbury. Delegate, Luther Cleaves. Town. 

cleric, Dan Carpenter. First constable. Luther Cleaves. 
Seleclnicn, Dan Carpenter, Luther Cleaves, William'. 
Eddy. Clergy, Daniel Warren, cong-. Atlornies^ 
.Dan Carpenter, Paul Dillin^hain, jr. Henry F. Janes. 
Physician, O. W. Drew. Fostmaster, H. F. Janes. ' 

JForcester. — Delejyate, Allen Vail. Tovcn clerk, O- 
.'phir Le(mard. First constable, Jonas Abbott. Sekd- 
jnen, Nathan Adams, Milton Bi-ovvn, Joel Newton. 
Clergy, Moses Clark, con. Pcstmufiter^ Amos Rice, jr. 

CALEDONIA COUNTY. 

Barnet. — Delegate, Walter Harvey. Tuirn clerk, 
John Shaw, 2(i. First constable, Silas Kelly. Select- 
men, William Bdchop, Bartholomew Somers, William 
Shearer. Clergy, David Goodwiliie, Thomas Good- 
willic, pres. Attornies, Charles Story, Mordecai Hale, 
George B. Chandler. Physicians, John M'Nabb, Ira 

jDavis, Skinner. Postmasters, Ejijah M. Davis, 

Ira Davis. 

Burke. — Delegate, Joel Trull. Town clerk, Asahei 
Burrington. First constable, Ebenezer Darling. iSe- 
lect.ntn, Jesse M. Denison, Benj. F. Belden, Rufus 
Gadding. Clergy, Daniel Wellman, resto. Abel Bug-, 
bee, 1". bap. Physicians, Galen Hunter, Abel Brown.' 
Posiniasler, Ariel Burrington. 

Cabot. — Delegate, John W. Dana. Town clerk, 
Thomas Osgood. First conslcthle, Jeremiah Babcock. 

[Selectmen, John W. Dana, David Haines, Leonard 
Oroutt. Clergy, Henry Jones, cong. Daniel Carr, 



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Herstiei Foster, metli. iNatiianiel Ferry, t. bap. Jll- 
korncy^ Thetoa Howard. Physicians, Parley Scott, 
William Pratt, Postmaster AlectCY M'Ldne. 
I Daniulle: — Delegate^ William A. Pal'mcr, Toi^ni 
K-Ierk^ Archelaus Sias. First constable, Dev^rhoruBA^ 
'Senter. Sekdmcn, Joso]-»h Morrill, 2nd. Ebenezert 
jTliompson, Janios M. Morrill. Cler^y^ C J. Board-j 

[man, cong. Levris Fislicr, bap. Templeton, Sok)-j 

men Sias, Arclielaiis Sias. meih. Isaac Pottengill, chr. 
AttoDmSy Vv iliiam Matiocks, Geo. B. Shaw, Samuel 
B. Mattocks. Pkynclans, Olney Fuller, Uri Babbitt, 
Samuel Collins, .Fiidad Alexander, Oli'vCT Morse. 
Poslmctsler^ Israel P. Dana. 

Groton. — Delegate, David Vancp. Town cleric^ John ',' 
^Darling. Fird codslihle, .lohn T-ssey. Selectmen, 
\ Medad Darling, Norris Marshall, Jacob Abbott. Phy- \ 
sician, Renben \V. riiU. 

Hardvjick. — Delegate, Timothy. P. Fuller. Toim 
clerk, Daniel Frencii. First eonslab/e, Karri's Bugbee. 
Selectmen, Timrjthy P. Fuller, Joseph Patch, E. 11. 
jNichols. Clergy, Jacob N. Looniis, oong. Fhysi-\ 

dans, Aaron Smith, N. B. Spaulding, BillinrrsJ 

Eastei-brooks. PoslmcLsLers, EInathan Strong, j 

Dorman Bridgennan. 

St. Johnshury. — DeUgate, E. Paddeck. Town clerk, : 
Jery Diekerman. First constable, Walter Wriglit [ 
Selectmen, Samufl Frwich, Jacob Benton, Abel i3iit-! 
ler. Clergy, James Johnson, cong. MtornUs, E. 
jPaddock, Joseph P. Fairbanks. Physicians, Luther 
Jewett, Morrill Stevefis. Postmaster, E,. Paddoek, 

Kirby. — Delegate, Luther Wood. Town ck.rk, 
James Church. First constable, Oren Carpenter. 'Se- 1 
lectmen, Ebenezer Damon, James Churcbj Nathaniel 
Willys. Clergy, Luther Wood, cong. 

Lyndon. — Malegate, William Cahooa. Town clerk. 
William Cahoon. First constable, Charles Robes-ts. 
Selectmen, Stei^hen M'Gaffef. Philip Goss, Ellas Be- : 
mis. Clergy, Samygl Q. Tenney, cong. Haskell; 
iWhcelock, meth. Attornies, Isaac Fletcher, George 
JC. Cahoon. Physicians, Phineas Spalding, Hubbard 
[Field, Freedom DCnsmore. Postmaster, Halsey Riley 



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Pcackara -^Delegate, Jacob Elancliurd. Town rlerJc, * 
I^eonard Worcester. First eonttable^ Lymdn Watts. 
Selcdim:% Geo. V7. Ciark, Asa iSkeele, Jacob Blanch- 
ard. Clergy^ Leonard Worcester, cong. Atlornies^ 
John Mattocks, Chester ^V". Bloss. Physicians^ Josi- 
ah Sheacl, Zebina K. Panp-born. Poslmasicr, Joel 
Walker. 

Ryegafe. — Dehgcde, James Ne'scn, jr. Ton-it ckrk, 
iJamos Whitelaw. I^irst constable, Walter Robcn. 
Selectmen, Abram Pao-e, WiUiam Gray, Janies Nel- 
son, jr. Clerg-y, James Mili^an, pres. Physicicm, 
Eli Perry. Postmnsier, Janie>-^ Whiielaw. 

ShefjiJild.— Delegate, Joseph H. Ingalls. Tovcn clerk 
Stephen Drown. First ccnistuble, ilastam M. Miles.: 
Selectmen, Joseph H. Ing-alls, James Townsenil, Mo-" 
.-•es Davis. Poslmnster, James Townsend. 

Sutkon. — Delegate, Andrew Brown. Tofi-sn clerk, 
Jacob C. Morrill. FirU constahle, Geor2;e Brockway. 
Seledmcn, William Brcckvvay, Jonathan Brown , Thad- 
tdous Curtis. Clergy, Daniel Chappell, Jona. Wood- 
man, f. bapi-;. Physician, Jacob C. Morrill. Podmas- 
\ttr, Jacob C. Morrill. 

Wa'den. — Delegate, Daniel Wooster. Tcntm clerk,' 
Daniel Wcr^ster. First constable, Nathaniel Perkins, 
jr. Selectmen, Tiwothy Haines, Daniel Wooster, 
Wbcaton Livingston. Attorney, James Bell. Physi- 
cian, Osmors Randell. Postmaster, Thomas W. Vin-J 
cent. 

I Wcderford -Delegate, Sylvanus Hemingway. Town! 
clerk, Sylvanus Hemingway. First constable^ George || 
Alexander. Selectmen, Sylvanus Hemingv/ay, Joiin*! 
Lee, Brigbum Pike, Clergy, Ti}om:is Hall, cong. Si- 
jias Davitiion, cal. bap. Erastns Harvey, f. bap. Atlor- \ 
'2?6'.y, Ciiarles Davis, Azor Wetherbc-e. Physiciwis, 
3,Iosos P. Morrison, Ralph Bugbee, Richard F. Row- 
!ell. Postmaster, Charles Davis. 

Whcelock.— Delegate, Samuel Dellov/s, ^w Tyicn- 
clerk, Josiah Lane. First constahle, Jonathan Taylor, 
■SoMcmen, William Smith, Richard Stephens, Sewall \ 
Brckdley. Clergy, Jonathan Nelson, f. bap. Physi-\^ 

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\^rians, Frederick Leavenworth, Winthrop Babbitt.! 

hPos-lmasler. Jesse Leavenv/orth. { 

JVondhurih — Detci^ate. Ebenezer Bnice. T. C'erk,\ 

iJabez Town. First const' ihle^ Joel Cill-^y- Selectmen, 

jEbenozer Bruce, Thomas Trickey, James R. Norcros. 

^Clergy, William Drew, chris. Phijskiims, Seth Chase. 

\Postmasler, Daniel Poor. 

FR.ANKT.IN COU>'TY. 

I Bikersfield. — Delegate, Aznriah Corse, jr. Town 
icleric, Silas B. Hazletine. First constable, Robert 
JDaane. Selectmen, Silas Potter, William Giddings, 

jNathan F. Fuller. Clercy, Perry, cong-, At- 

|!torney, Nathan Allen. Physician, Amos Pearsons. 
!Postma.'?ter, Harry Reynolds. 

|i Belvidere.— Dolei2;ate, John Spencer. Town clerk, 
ijTohn Brown. First constable, Oilman Hodg-kin. Ss- 
"iloctmon, Daniel Cornish, Moses Phelps, Luther Brown. 
I Berkshire. — Delegate, Cromwell Bowen. Town 
|clerk, Harvey Clark. First constable, Charles Shaw. 
iSolectmon, Wm. C. Ellsworth, Cromwell Bowen, Na- 
[than Hamilton. Clerjjy, Richard Peck. opi.?. Phineas 
: Bailey, confr-. William Galusha, bap. Parley Hall, fr. [ 
|tbap. Attornies, Joseph Smith, James Andrus. Phy- 
isicians, Wm. C. Fillsworth, Benj. B. Sowlcs, Friend 
;M. Hall, John S. Webster, Samuel S. Butler. Post- 
masters, Penile! Jjcvens, Denis Samson. 
I Cambridge. — Delegate, James B. Gilmore. To^vn 
iclerk, Levi A. Carieton. First constable, John Wires. 
1; Selectmen, Isaac N^. Balkel(>y, Samuel G. Safford, E- 
||noch Carletcn, jr. Attornies, Henry Stowell, Levi 
I'Joslm, Nathaniel Reed, jr. Physicians, John Fassett, 
Austin H. Persons, William Page, Burrcl S. Minor. 
Postmaster, Abner Brush. 

Enosburgh. — Delegate, Martin D. Follct. Town 

•lerk, Thomas Fuller, jr. First constable, John Ste-I 

|vens. Selectnaen, Jehial R. Barpum, John Adams, j 

Jonas BoutalL Clergy, Cole, bap. Attorney,}. 

■ Farnum. Pliysicians, Eliphas Eaton. Asa Hoi 

■dridge, Horace Eaton. Postmaster, Farnum. j 

Fairiield. — Delegate, Benjamin Wooster. Town 
clerk, Joseph Soule. First constable, SanvuM Per- 



in^ . KDeiecLiTj3n, ooab ioiiitti, iiensoikierKecd, Joseph 
Souls. Cleri»v% Bcnja'Tiin Wooster, corjof. ~ Attor- 
Ocy,EIjenf:zerBf;rlow. Physicians, jj, H- B'.ird, Clies- 
ter Abeli, Chester Koye.^. Postiiyjsler, riiauley Ba<;-' 
low. 
Fairfax. —Delegate, Isaac N. Soule. Town clerk, 

jPIampton Lcveo-rove. First coijstabje,. Tames Bellows. 

jSGlsctmen, Shil«mdth 8. Hail, Hirarn Bellows, Joseph;. 
Kingsbury. Clers-y, ISl. lu^jbinscn, cong. P^phraim' 

jButler, bap. Ahnon Duiibnr, rrseth. Attorney, Homer 
E. Hubbel. Physicians, S. S. Hall, Nathamel W. 
Perrv*, Lorenzo D. Cullamor. Postmaster; Hanipion 
Lovegrove. 

Fletcher. — Delegate, John Kinsley, jr. Town clerk, 
Elias Blair. First ccnstrhle, John Kinsley, jun. Se- 

jlectmen, Zarah Willoughby, Joseph Robinson, Albert | \ 

iKinsley. Clergy, Bartimeas Robinson, cong. Eldeyj ; 

BiUler, bap. Physician. Emery. 

Georgia. — Dele^fate, Elijah Dee. Town c;erk, Tra 
Hinckley. First consta^ble, DfX*ius R. Bouge. So- 

iloctmen, Joshua Doane, Solomon Biiss, jun. Abner D. 

'Purmort. Clergy, Rosweli i>[ears, Alva Sabin. bap- 
tists. Attornies, Joel Barber, jun. Aiplie^.ls Mansfield. 

|Physiciai)s, Abel Blair, Horace P. Blair, Taylor. 

Postmaster, Joshua Doane. 

Highgate.— Delegate, Jesse Carpenter. Town 
c]»rk, Peter Sax. Fii*st constable, Daniel Fillrpore. 
Selectmen, Abram HoUenbeck, Luther Meigs, Elka- 
na Alba. Clergy, Piirneas Kingsley, cong. Thomas 

Best, Stebbiiis, methodists. Attorniec, Robert i 

L. Pad'dock, Orlando Sterens. Plivsiciass, Franklin 
Bradley, Lensuel V\. Weeks, Joseph B. Cutler. Post- 

tmast^, Stephen S. Keyee. 

i Johnson. — Deiegato, Ciia-ries W. Taylor. Town! 
clerk, Daniel Dodge. Selectmen, Solomon Balch, J 

:C. Dodge, William Slrr.onds. Clergy, Joel P. Hay 

lford,bap. AttorRsy, Erast.t'c^D. Hubbel. Physie-ian,; 

.Ssth Clark. Postmaster, Cornelius Lyn'e. 

j Montgomery.— Delegate, Daniel Barrows. Town 

Iclerk, P.ufas SaV-th. First constable, Russell Marey, 

^Selectmen, Levi Johnson, Seth Geoilspced, Alvan * 

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HuLise. Cleroy, Avery S. Ware, cong. i^JiysiCiajiv 
Washburn Puller. Postmaster, John L. Clapp. > 

Richford. — -Deleg^ate, Alden Sears. Town clerk, 
Sterling Packer. First cojistable, Arial Packer. 8e 
lectmen, Joseph ?\oyes, Jesse VVoodrufi', Josepli Unn- 
nels, jr. Clergy, VVm. Rog-ers, bap. Physicians, Ai- 
vin Lusk, John Ilnse. Postmaster, Alvin Lusk. 

Sheldon. — Delegate, Joshua W. Sheldon. Town 
clerk, Samuel Wead. First constable, liUther F. 
Gates. Selectmen, Gideon Draper, Flihn Goodsell. 
Clernfy, Isaac Hill, meth. Attornies, Augustus BuTt,i 
Joshua W. Sheldon. PJiysicians, F. W. Judson, John 
Gallup, David Grant. Postmasters-, Joshua W.Shel- 
don, O. D. S. Gallup. 

Sterling. Delegate, Mosor> Villas. Town clerk, 

McDaniel Gregg. First constable, Archibald Fergu- 
son. Selectmen, Jonathan Merrill, Berick Darling, 
; Joseph Pike. 

S wanton. — Deleg at e,IIeman Hopkins. Town clerk, 
Cornelius Wood. First constable, Fi. O. Goodrich. 
Selectmen, James Piatt, John Pratt, Asa Barker- 
Clergy, Eben. H. Dorman, cong. Attornies, James 
Fisk, S. S. Brown, Geo. W. Foster, N. L. Whitte- 
more. Physrciaiis, Jonathan Berry, Lewis Janes, — — 
Cobb. Postmaster, Horatio B. Farrer. 

ORI,KA>S roUNTY. 

Albany. — Delegate, Eli Chamberlain, jr. Town 
clerk, Eiias W. Kellog. First constable, Luther Del- 
ano. Selectmen, Wm. Rowell, Joseph B. Chamber- 
lain, John N. Height. Clergyman, Ehas W. Kellogg, 
con.o-. Physician, Dyer Bill. Postmaster, Jonaliian 
Fiiz. 

Barton. — Delegate, James May. Town clerk, John 
Fvimball. First constable, John Leonard. 8elect- 
jmen, James May, Philemon Kimball, Jonathan Rob- 

erson. Clergy, Joseph Simpson, cong. Gage, 

jmeth. Attorney, John H. Kimball. Physician, Fred- 
erick W. Adams. Postmaster, Harry Baxter. 

Brownington. — Delegate. Amherst Stewart. T. 
clerk, Elijah Strong. First constable, John M. Rob 
mson. Selectmen, Elijah Strong- Jasper Robinson, 



Suas Bngl'diii. Aitoniey, G-ur;:e (J. VVobt. rijysi- 
cian. James R. Grow. Postma!?ter, Silas Brighom. 

Charleston. — Deleg-ate, AbnerAilyn. Tov.n clerk, 
Jonas Alien, First con?tGl)Ie, Eiif^ba Darlin. Select- 
men^ Eiisha Bingham, Winthmp Cole, Chaiinccy Ful- 
ler. Clergy, Jonas Allen, f. bap. 

Coventry. — D-legate, Argalus H;irmon. Town 
clerk. Elijah Cleveland. First constable, Daniel Hus- 
tis. Selectmen. Argalus Harmon, Tho?. Baldsvin, Da- 
vid Haggin?. Clergy, Lyrftan Case. cong. John Ide, 
bap. Physicians, Sam'l S. Kendall, Peleg Rediield. 
Postnvaster, Loring Frost. 

Craftsbury. — Delegate, Samuel C Crafts. Town 

'clerk, Sam'l" C. Crafts. First conytable, AsaHoyt. 
Selertn?en, Silas Gro\T, Caleb Herrnnan, Oliver Al- 
len. Clergy, Wm. A. Chapin, cong. Attornies, An- 
(Tustns Young, James A. Paddock. Physician, D. 
D;istin, T. Mason. Postmaster, Wm. E. Paddock. \ 

Derby. — Delegate, Luther Newcomb. Town clerk 
Lemuel Richmond. First constable, Elisha Tennie 
Selectnien, Jacob Bates, James Way, Benjamin Hin- 
man. Clergy, Samuel C. Bradford, cong. Moses Che 
ney, cal. bap. Attorniee, David M. Camp, J^ewis' 
Marsh, Isaac F. Redlield. Physicians, Luther New-- 
comb, Moses F. Colby, Lemivel Richmond. Poetmast- 

'er, Nehemiah Coiby. ^ 

I a^.ion. — Delegate, Eli Hinds, jr._ Tov.-n clork, James 

IStone. First constable, Luther Kidder. Selectmen, 

jCbarles Whitman, Wm. C. Atweli, Walter Whee- 
lock. Physician. Wm. C. Atweli. 

Glover. — Delegate, John Crane. Town clerk, Ciis. 

|Hardy. Fir?t constable, John T. Smith. Selectmen,* 
Solomon Dwinnel, Sann.iel Bean, Shaw. Cler- 
gy, Renben Mason, cong. Physician, Boardmau. P. 
master, Dan Gray. 

Greensboro'. — Delegate, StenUen Sherman. Town 
clerk, Joseph Chapman. Ftrst constable, Aaron 
Walker. Selectmen. Willard Lincoln, Stephen Sher-|| 
man, Lucher Scott. Clergy, Kiah Bayley, cong. Mar- 1 
vin Grow, bap. Physician, Edward Clark. Fostmas-| 

jter, Jabez Pinney 



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j lioJia\ul. — Dek'g-ate, E'oer Robinson. Towa clerk 
Josiah Emerson. First constable, Josiah C. Robin- j! 
son, Selectiaen, Eber Robinson, John Mead, Hiram! 
Moor. Clei'j;'}-, Josiah Emerson, math. j 

Hydepark— Delegate, Thos. W. Fitch. Tou'njj 
clni'k, Abncr Flanders. First constable, Asa Barnard. ]; 
St'lcctmevi, Levi Edo;erton, Breed Noyes, Leonard ! 
W'iswall. Clerg-y, David Clemens, I. Cannon, meth. | 
jJohii Orcutt, Jabez Newland, chris. Attorney, Josh-1 
v.n Sawyer. Pii)"s-ician, Arial Hunton. Postmaster,! 
James Tob^/. 

Irasburgh.— Delenrate, Roger Enos. Town clork, 
(deceased.) F'rst conS!ablo, Moody Kimball. Sjlocc- 
men, Benjamin Hardy, Thomas Jameison, Jera Mor- 
rill. Attorney, Starkweather. Phy.-Hcians, E. 

Cleveiap^, Bates. Postmasr.er, George T^ye. 

j Jay. --Delegate. Madison K^eith. Town cierk, Ab- 
jner Whitcher. First constable, Nathan Hunt. Se- 
jlectmei), UrrJn Olron, Madisou Keith, Joseph Had- 
' lock. 

Kellyvule. — Delegate, Abel Curtis. Town clerk, 
Vvm. A. Cadwcll. First constable, Henry Smith. 
Selectmen, John Harding, Thomas Prcctor, Abel Cur- 
tis. Postmaster, Abel ('urtis. li 
Morgan.— Delegate, Rewcll Cobb. Town derk. Ira * 
Leavens. Pirst constable, Rewcll Cobb. Selectmen,!: 
Ira Leavens, William Colby, Saniiiei Brtrtlett. Phy«i-'i 
cians, N. G. Ladd, Leonard Morgan, Thos. D. Las-i! 
sel. j; 
Mornstovvn]. — Delegate, Luther Bingham. Town'; 
iclerk, Doiiiison Cooke. First constiible, Chosteri; 
I Cooke. Selectmen, Luther Bingham, Abial Eaton, !i 
I Isaac Allen. Clergy, Daniel Rockwell, cong. P. Stat-ij 

jford, bap. Attornies, Charlos Meig?, Mason, i; 

Willard. Physicians, J?!mes Tinker, Almond*! 

Tinker. Postmaster, James Tinker. j 

Neu'port. — Delegate, Nathan Dagget. Tou-n clerk, [ 
Seymour Lane. First constable, Orvi! Dagget. Se-li 
iectmen, Orvii Dagget, Seymour Lane, Samuel War- 
ner. 

Salern ^— Delegate, Noyes Hopkinson. Town clerk, I 



Samuel I)lal:e. First constafdr, T. C. Blako. t.'elecl- 
men, Noyes }loj)kin3on, Orin Lfillje, Josiah Lyon. 

Troy.^ — Delefrate, Samuel H. Ilovey. Town clerk, 

John Flint, .2d. First constable, Frederick Fuller. Se- 

iectmep.. Sarancl 11. Ilovcy, Fiederick Fuller, John 

Vdams. Ciero-y, Betjiainin Dolbear, cong. Pc-tmas- 

;ter. Ezra SangjCr. 

Wostfiold. — T)ele;r!:ite, Lutlier Pope. Tov.-n clerk. 
Tlios. Hitchcock. First constable, Chester Col':'mtin. 
Selectmen, Lnth^^r P.Tg^e, Lutl.-er Winslow, Jame?| 
Brown. Clergy, Silas Lamb, cong-. Pliypician, Hen- 
ry Corey. 

Wo!cott.-Del-<Tate, Jonathan ^rnith. Tov.-n clerk, 
J.Whitney. First constable, Jonathan >Snuth. 8e!ect- 
uien, Jesse Whitney, Bphrann Ladd. Thomas Davis. 
Ciergy, Royal Haskell, cliris. Postmaster, Jesse 
WliJliiey. 

r.RANU-Tgr.E COUNTY. 

^ A]bnr;^h. — Delegfate, Thomas Mott. Town clerk, 
Lewis Sowles. First coHS'table, 'J"'hoinas Mott. Se- 
lectmen, Ichabod Niles, John Reynolds, Thomas Mott. 
Attornies, Giles Harrinn^ton, Frederick Hazen. Phy- 
sicians, Artemaa Goodenow, F. Sampson, Jirah S.; 
Ber.y, S. S, Sails. Postmaster, Robert Ranscm. j 

Grand-Isle. — Dele^-ate. Melvin Barnes, jr. Town 
clerk, James Brown. First constable, David Camp- 1 
boll. Selectmen, Seth Griffeth, Wyman Chamberlain,! 
Jamss Brov/n. Clergy, Asa Lyon, cong. J^hysician,! 
Meiviii Barnes, jr. Postmaster, A. PL W. Hyde. f 

North-Hero. — Irad Allen. Town clerk, Joel ALilen. 1 
First constable, Lorin Butler. Selectmen, John I 
Kni;v-j<t, jr. Eiihu Parks, Alphens Tit-dale. Clergy,; 
Samael Weaver, rneth. Attorney, Charles H. Pern-| 
■^o. Postmaster, Abner Doty. I 

South Hero. — Delegate, Bird Landon. Tov,:n clerk,! 
BirdLnndon. First constable, John Sawyer. SeJect-| 
men, Calvin Fletclior, Alson Landon, Lorenzo Hall, j 
Clerrjy, Asa liyon, cong. Attorney, Hector Adams. 
Physician, Henry IF Reynolds. Postmaster, Heclur 
Adums. 
•Vineyard. — Delegate, Cliarles Carron. Town clerk, 



: 



[iM Hill First constable, Aaron Denio. ISelectmen 
Calvin Hill, Hiram Hall, Harry Scott. Clergy, Wil 
■liam Wait, mctliodist. \\ 

j KSSpX CONNTY 

I Brunswick. —-Delcjrate, David Hvcle. Town clerk, 
iThomas G.French. "First constable, Henry D. Schoft:! 
jSelcctmen, Thomas G. French, Daniel Smith, Johnf 
iSchofF, Clergy, Bei?jamin Brov/n, methodist. I 

j Canaan. — Delejj-ate, Samuel Ingalla. Tov.'n clerk,!, 
^Oliver Ingham, jr. First constable, Alfred M. Ing- | 
Ibam. Selectmen, Joshua Morrison, Moses Morrill, 
:01iver Frizzle. Clergy, Caleb Ingalls, f. bap. At- 
'[orney, James Steele.- Postmaster, James Steele. 

Concord. — Delen-ate, Archibald Taggard. Town 
clerk, Harry J. Fay. First constable, VVilliam Hay- 
wood. Selectmen, Richardson Grow, J. S. Johnson, 
'Archibald Taggard. Clergy, Samnel R. Hall, cong. 
.Attorney, David Hibbard, jr. Postmaster, Jolm Fry. 
j Granby. — Delegate, Joseph Gieason. Town clerk, 
jMartin Joslyn. First constable, Gershom Carpenter. | 
Selectmen, Joel Bassctt, B. S. Clark, iishley Applcton. 

Guildhall. — Delegate, David Hookinson, jr. Tov/nj 
clerk, Erastus Cutter. First constable, Theopliilusl 
Cutter. Selectmen, David Hopkh'ison, jr. E. Cutter,{ 
I William Amy. Attornies, Seth Cushman, Sandert^L 
W. Cooper. Physicians, John Dev/ey, Andrew Spal-^ 
|d;i;g. Postmaster, Seth Cushman. 

Lemiugton. — Delegate, Noyt's Denison. Town 
clerk, Abdiel Blodgett. First constable, John E ;ilpy. 
Selectman, Richard Merriam, Thomas Holbraok, Eb- 
enezer Blossom. 

Lune''»burg.~Deiegate, Stephen Howe, jr. Tow:, 
clerk, Stephen Howe, jr. First constable, C. K. 
Brooks. Selectmen, Silencer Clark, Reuben Chand- 
ler, Jabes Warren. Clergy, Jeremiah Glines, cong. 
pjysiciaris, Daniel Egery, Theron Webb.. Postmas- 
'■o\\ Daniel Egery. 

Maidstone. — Delegate, Daniel Rich. Town clerk. 
Moody Rich. First constable, John Rich. Select- 
men, Jesse Hugh, George W. Byram, Joseph Avcrill. 

Miufdiead. — Delegate, Aden Ba rtlette. Town clerk. 



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John French. First constable, Aden Eavtiette. Se- 
lectmen, Martin French, Joseph Stevens^ Daniel Hol- 
brook. Postmaster, Chauncey Cui-tis. 



THE i;nio.\. 

Tho following notices of the several fla'es of the Union, sliov.- Iiow 
Electors of President and Vice-President are chosen, and nnrrihor of 
Electors — when sHate elections are held — where and when state Le- 
gislatures sit — number of menihers cf LcgislalurcK — pav per dny — 
terms of ofiicc of members of Legislatisre — how, and for what period 
£:cvernors are chosen — how lonj; irovernors are eligible — their qual- 
iticaiions, powers, and their salf.ries — the time of adopting the Uni- 
ted States and State constitutions, and rig^^.t of voting, as exercised 

j in the several states. 

NEW-HAMPSHIRE. 

Electors of President and Vice-President, by gene- 
ral ticket ; electors 8 ; state election, 2d Tuesday in 
_i\[arch ; state Legislature at Concord, 1st Wednesday 
jin June; senators 12; representatives 108 ; pay per 
day ^2; term of office, both branches one year; g"ov'- 
lernor chosen for one year by the people : governor eli- 
gible indefinitoly ; the governor must be an inhabitant 
seven years; 30 years of age ; estate of j£500, half 
jfreehold — has a negative in making laws; and, Vv-ith 
advice of cjouncil, appoints military and civil officers 
iof the state generally ; salary <§i200 : adoption of U- 
|nited States constitution, Jane 21, 1780: state consti- 
ptution. September 5, '■''1792 ; qualification of voters, 
every male inhabitant 21 years of age, three months 
in the state, students, paupers, &c. excepted. 

MASSACHUSETTS. 
Electors of President and Vice-President, by dis- 
tricts; electors 15; state election 1st Monday in April: 
jstate Legislature at Boston, in January and May; 
number of senators and representatives inuednite ; pay 
{per day J^2; term of office, both brancli?s one year'; 
governor chosen for one year by the people ; governor 
jeligible indefinitely; the governor must 1)0 an inhabi- 
itant seven years, freehold estate of £1000 in the cora- 
imonvvealth ; must declare himself of the christian rc- 



'he fust constitution Ava3 adopted ia 1783. 



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ii^j-ioa; Willi the couiicil, appoii)ta the officers of the j 
leta.le generally; salary i^3,o67; adoption of Unitetl 
'States constitution, February 6, 1788; state coKStitu- 
tiou, March :2, 1780; qualitication of voters, every 
|!uaie<^itizeiJ, (paupers and pertjoiis UTider guardianship 
excepted,) one year in the state and six months in the 
• town or township where lie offers to vote, having- paid a 
jtax within tv;o years, tinlcss exenipted Ih.erenura by 
'law. 

i ^^ EEODE-ISLA?'^D. 

j Electors of Piesident and Yice-Prcyident, by n-ene- 
iral ticket ; electors 4 ; state election, April and Oct. 
•for representatives ; state Legislature at New^poit and 
Providence, 1st Wednesday m May and 1st Monday 
ui October; senators 10, representatives 72 ; pay per 
kloy ^J 50 ; term of otiice, senate one year, representa- 
;.tives semi-annually; governor chosen for one year by 
ithe peopl£>; eligible indefinitely ; salary ^^,600; adop- 1 
ition of United b'itates constitution, May 2L*," 17u0 ; sluic I 
|constitution, 1663 ; all freemen vote. | 

I [Tiiis state Ija.s n'o conslituticm ; it retains its original cLai'trtr. I 
[Tiiat aisirar.ieiit is sik-nt as to the rjutilificatioiis uf govfrnor. 'I ho | 
ifhaner va«ls all puwer in the Goonrstor and Cumpany. All judicial f, 
[inid executive oJiicois arc annually elof.tod by the goyernor and coiu- | 
,uaiiy, who are thcmaelvea chooon amiuaily by the fitciiucn.j 5 

[ CONNECTICUT, I 

I Electors of President and Vice-President, by gene- j| 
|ral ticket; electors 8; state election 1st Monday iiil 
1 April; state Legislature at Harlibrd and Nevv-Haven| 
alternately ; number of legislators 204 ; pay per dny'f 
^^I 50 ; term of office, both branches one year; govc.i-| 
nor chosen for one year by the people ; governor el.igi 
ble without restriction ; t^ie governor must be an elec- 
tor of the state, and uO years of age^ has a jaerrativt 
in making laws, &c. ; salary ^12(U); adoption of U lil- 
ted States constitution, January 9, 17uG; slate consti- 
tution, September 15, lol3; eualiticatioii of voteiv, | 
every white male citizen Laving a legal residence ko | 
.six monthsj with a freeliold of seven dollars per annum, I 
and evevy white male enrolled in the militia one year,,! 
or being exempted trom military duty by law, having | 
paid a state tax within the year, and a good mora; | 
character. | 



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VERx\JOA'T. 



Electors of President and Vice-President, by gene- 
ual ticket; electors?; state election 1st Tuesday in' 
;vSeptember; state Legislature at Montpelier, second' 
Thursday in October ; council 12, legislators one Iromj 
each town, about 220; pay per day gi 50 ; term of of- 
tice, both branches one year; g-overnor chosen for one 
year by the people ; eligible without restriction ; must 
have resided in the state foiir years; with the council, 
commissions all officers, appoints some, grants pardons, 
sees tliat the laws are executed ; salary p50 ; adop- 
tion of United States constitution, March 4, f 1791 ; 
state constitution, July 4, n&3 ; quahtication of voters, 
jevery male citizen of a peaceable and quiet beiiaviour, 
'[having resided in the state one full year, and three 
mojiths in the town. 

NEW-YORK. 

Electors of President and Vice-President, by dis- 
•tricts; electors 36 ; state election 1st Monday in No- 
vember; state Legislature at Albany, 1st Tuesday in 
January; senators 3-2, assembly 128; pay per day'<^3 ; 
term of office, senate four years, in classes, assembly 
one year; governor chosen for two years by the peo- 
ple ; eligible indefinitely ; must be a wise and discreet 
fretholder of the state; may convene & prorogue the 
[Legislature, grants reprieves,&. with the consent of the 
senate, appoints to office, &c. ; salary pOQO; adoption 
of U. States constitution, July 2G, 1988; state consti- 
tution, April 20, 1777; qualification of voters, every 
;male citizen of the age of 21 years, one year in the 
state and six months in the town or county where he 
loffers to vote, having paid a tax within the year, or 
legally served as a militia man or fireman, or labourer 
upon the public highways, &c. 

NEW-JERSEY. 

Electers of President and Vice-President, by gene- 
ral ticket; electors 8; state election 2d Tuesday and 
Wednesday in October ; state Legislature at Trenton, 
4th Tuesday in October; council 13, assembly 43 
pay per da y ^3 ; term of office, both branches 1 year 



C^^*^!^ '''^'^'^ denotes the sta te admitted into the Union by Congress. 



T 



I- ^ -•'i . 

Igovernor eiioyen for one year, by Legialatnre ; elif^ible 
iHclefinitejy ; the governor is president of the council, 
chancellor of state; and the governor and council are 
a tourt ©f appo^al in the last resort, in all cases of law, 
&.C. ; salary ^2000; adoption of United States consti- 
tntion, December 18, 1787; state constitution, July 
'2,, 177G ; qualifications of voters, all freemen twelve 
months residence, worth a clear estate of £50 procla- 
njatjon money. 

! PENNSYLVANIA, 

j Electors of President and Vice-President, by gene- 
ral ticket; electors 28 ; state election 2d Tuesday in 
October; state X<egislature at Ilarrisburgh, 1st Tues- 
iday in December; senate 32, assembly 100; pay per 
|day gJ ; term of office, senate four years, assembly 
jone ye-ar ; governor chosen for three years by the peo- 
ple ; eligible nine years out of 12; must be 30 years 
of age, and an inhabitant 12 years : he ren}its fines and 
f forfeitures, and appoints to the offices in the state ge- 
jnerally ; salary 5^4000; adoptisn of Unite<i States con- 
|stitution, December 12, 1787; state constitution, Sep- 
tember 2, 1790 ; qualification of voters^ every freeman 
who has resided two years in the state, and paid a tax ; 
and the sons of such between 21 and 22 vv^ithout the 
payment of a tax. 

DELAWARE. 
Electors of President and Vice-President, by Le- 
gislature ; electors 3 ; state election 1st Tuesday in 
lOctober ; state Legislature at Dover, 1st Monday in 
[January; senate 9, representatives 21 ; pay per day 
^ — ; tierm of office, senala 3 years, representatives 1 
year ; governor chosen for three ye^rs, by the people ; 
jgovernor eligible three years ; the governor must be 
3,6 years of age, six ye^irs an inhabitant of the state, 
and 12 years ef the United States. Ho appoints to of- 
fice, remits fines and forfeitures, &i.c.; salary ^1,333,33; 
adoption of the Uidted SXates constitution, J3ecember 
7, 1787; state oonstitution. June 12, 179.2. 
MARYLAND. - 
Electors of Pres-ident and Vice-President, by dis- 
tricts ; electors 11 ; state election 1st Monday in Oc- 



lober: irtate Legislature at Annapolis, 1st Monday in 
December; «ena'e 15, 08seinbl\' -^O; pay per day ,^4; 
'term of office, senate nve rears, assembly annoalJy :i 
irovcroor chosen for oae year, by Legislature ; gover- 
nor eligible three yeard in succession ; the governor 
must be 25 years cf age, and more than five years a [ 
residerjt in the state; eligible only for tliree years in 
isuccessioR, and after that not until ihm expiration of 
■foar years. The governor and council appoiat to cf-ii 
fice generally ; salary g^^^.^^IGO OG ; adoption of the Uni-; 
ted States constitution." April 28, 173C : state constitu-j 
tion, Augast 14, 1 79d ; ^ualilioation of voters, alf 
free v.-hita males 2i years of age, having resided one' 
vear lu tlie state, and f?ix Kionths in the count v. 
VLRGINIA. 

Eiectors of President and Vice Presirlent, by gene-| 
vnl ticket; electors 24: state election in April, conn-' 
ties m succession ; state legislature at llichuiond, Isti 
Monday in December; senate 64, commons 135 ; pa}' 
Iper day ^4 ; term of ofnce,«enatefuur years, dplogates 
one year; govtrnor eligible three years only in suc- 
cession ; the governor, with advice of council, grants 
pardons and reprieves, appoints justices of the poace, 
&,c.; salary .^3,533 33 ; adoption of the United States 
const'tntion, June 2*3, 1788; state constitution, July 
5, 1770; qualification of voters, iitty acres of uniai-1 
proved land in the county, or twenty-live acres of land) 
with a house on it, held for hfe or in fee simple, quali- 
f} a ""iiau 'o vote in the c<",unty where the land lies, pro- 
vided caid land has been owned by him six months be- 
fore tne election, or has descended to him, or come by 
m.arriage or gift. An improved lot in any corporate 
own, with a dwelling house of a certain size thereon. 
A person owning land as above, in different counties,- 
jmay vote iri each county for delegates, but can onlv 
give one vote for asenator or fora member of cougiess, 
in the same district. ; 

NORTH-CAROLINA. j 

Elec^^rs of President and Vice-President, by gene- ' 
ral *ickct : olectoro 15 ; state election 2d Tuesday in 
Ango.^t; state leoislature ut Ra]- igh, 3d Mondav in 



~" t)4 

November ; senate 24. delegates 212 ; pay per dav j§3; 
;term ofofiice, both branches one year ; governor cho- 
iseii for one year, by legislature; governor eligible 3 
lyears only in succession ; tlie governor must be ttiiriyj 
Jvears of age; live years a resident, and have a iVee- 
;iioId in lands and tenements of £1000 — lie is advised 
iby council, grants reprieves, pardons, &c.; ^Rlary 
'jg2000; adoption of Uie United States constitution, 
3; Nov. 21, 1789; state constitution, December IS, 1776: 
Iqnalificatidu of voters, all freemen with a freehold of 
50 acres, and a resident of one year fjv .scuiitors ; and 
all freenien resident 12 months, having paid taxes, for 
members of the house of commons. 
I SOUTH-CAROLINA. 

Electors of President and Vice-Presidant, by Lt:'gip- 1 
,!ature; electors 11; state election 2d Monday andj 
'Tuesday in October., biennially; state legislature all 
|Cohimhia, 4th I;Ionday in Novoiaber; senate 40 ; rcp-i 
|rcsrmtatives 120 ; pay per day ^3; term ofofiice, ffen-i 
jate four years, representatives two years ; governor' 
|CliQsen for 2 years, by legislature : governoi eligible 
two years ; the governor must be 30 years old ; a res- 
jidc-nt and citizen of the jBtate for ten years ; and pos- 
sessed of a settled estate in the commonwealth, of the 
value of £1500 sterling, clear of debt ; eligible only' 
two years in succession, and then not till the expira-i 
;tion of four years ; he grants reprieves, pardons, remits | 
fiiies, forfetures, &c.; salary ^4jOOO : adoption of CJni-j 
■ted States constitution. May ^3, 1788 ; state conslitu-j 
,tion, June 3, 1790 ; qualifications of voters, every free I 
.white citizen, having resided two years in the state,! 
iwith a freehold of 40 acres, or town lot possessed fori 
'-•cX months ; or not having such freehold, or lot, a res-| 
'ioence of six months in tiie election district where lie, 
ijoffers to vote, and the payment of a tax within the 
year of three shillings towards the support of the state 
government. 

GEOPvGIA. 

Electors of President and Vice-President by general 
jficket; electors 9 ; state election 1st Monday in Oc- 
tober ; state lefrislature at Milledgeville, 1st Mondav 



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in November ; senn'.o 5:', represoiitatives — ; pay per 
day j^5 ; term of office, both br-mchcs, one year ; gov- 
ernor chosen for two years by iegislature ; governor 
oligiblo indefinitely ; he must be a citize-n of the U. 
States 12 years, ond an iiiliabitant of ihe state 6 : 30 
years of age ; po-ssess 500 acres of land v.'ithin ihei 
state, and other property to the amount of ^1000, clear' 
of debt. lie has a negative in passing iavvs, grants 
Tcprievci?, pardons, &c.; salary gaOOO; adoption of the 
United States constitution, Janiuiry 2, 1788 ; state coii- 
s'titutiou May 30, 1798; eualitications of voters, all 
;ciLizena and inhabitants, who have paid the taxes re- 
quired of them, and reside-d six months where they 
ivote. 

i _ kentucp:y. 

iiilectors of President and Ylc e-Ptesident by gener- 
al ticket-; electors 14; state election 1st Monxiay m 
August ; state legislature at Frankfort, 1st Monday in 
December; senate 31, representatives 100; pay per 
■day g-2 ; term of office, senate fo^ar years in classes, 
representatives one year ; governor chosen for four 
years, by the people ; governor ineligible for 7 years 
after; the governor must be 35 years of age ; a citi- 
zen of the United State.-^, and an inhabitant of the state 
6 years ; he nominates, and by and with the advice and] 
ccnsejit of the senate, appoints to ouice, &g. remits;] 
(fines and forfeitures, grants reprieves, pardons, salary, l| 

' ; adoption of the United States constitution, Junelj 

1, f 1792 ; state constitution, August 17, 1799 ; quali-| 
iication of voters, all free white male citizens, twojj 
years in the state, aad une in the county where they;; 
vote. 

i TENNESSEE. 

j Electors of President and Vice-President, by di^s- 
jtricts ; electors 11; state election 1st Thursday and 
ijFnday in August, biennially ; state legislature at 
MurtVeesborough, 2d Monday in Sept. l>iennially ; saa- 
ate 20, repressntatives 40 ; pay per day ^3 ; term of 
lioffice, both branches two years ; governor chosen for 
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f.B ; i!ic gover.'ior must be oo years ofage ; posset^s a 
freehold of 500 acres of land, and have been a citizen 
I of the state 4 3'ears ; lie grants reprieves and pardoiis, 
I iilis vacancies in oPace, &c.; salary ^17:>0 ; adoption 
;ofti}e Urtited S; at cs constitution, June 1, j 1791 ; state 
;Con8titntion, February 0, 1796 ; qualification of voters, 
; every ireeman an nihabitanl of the state, if a fieehol- 
der, may vote in the county wJierc the freehold lies, 
'J without being a resident thereof^ — if not possessed of a 
fro^'hold; he must have resided six months where lie 
oifers to vote. 

OHIO. 
Electorrs of President and Vico-Frrsident, bygener- 
[al ticket; electors 16; state election 2d Tuesday in 
I October; state le^^islature at Columbus, 1st Monday 
'iji December ; senate 32^ representatives 66 ; pay per 
\di\y [^i ; term of office, senate two years, representa- 
'tives one year : governor chosen lor two years, by tiie 
people; jj-overnor eligible 4 years in 6; tbe governor [ 
limust be oO years of age, a citizen of the United States 
|12, and an inhabitant of the state 4 years ; lie grants 
'reprieves and pardons, and fills vacajicies inotlice, &c.; 
Isalaiy §1200 ; adoption of the United Stntes constitu- 
tion, February 19, fl803; slate constitution, Nov. 1, 
jl802 ; qnalilication of voters, every white male inhab- 
ijitant, one year therein, having paid a state or county 
ta::^. 

LOUISIANA. • 
Electors of President and Vice-President, by dis- 
tricts ; electors 5 ; state election 1st Monday in July ; 
' [state legislature at New-Orleans, Ist of Jaiiuary ; sen- 
ijate - — , representatives — ; pay per day ^ — - ; term of 
office, senate four years, representatives two years ; 
1 gover.^or chosen for four years by the people ; govern- 
or eligible one term ; the governor, must be 35 years 
jof age ; a citizen of the U. States, and years an in- 
;ihabitant of* the state; must hold a landed estate of 
■;^:«O0G, ^rgreeably to the tax list ; he appoints to office 
■Igenerally, and with the approbation of the senate, | 
[vrants reprieves, pardons, &;c.; sajary v^OOO ; adop- 
|liom of the United States constitution,"April 8, f 1812;| 

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state cuiisiitutiou, January ~'^, IJil2-, quajihcation of 
voters, every free white male citizen, residing therein 
one year, aiid having paid a tax or being a freeholder. 
INDIANA. 
Electors of President and Vice-President, by gene- 
ral ticket ; electors 5 ; state election 1st Monday in 
August; state Legislature at Croydon, 1st Monday in 
December; senate 16, representatives 39 ; pay per 
day^i; term of otnce, senate three years in classes, 
representatives one year; governor chosen for three 
years, by the people; eligible six years in nine; must 
be 30 yeaVs af age; a citizen of the United Slates 10 
years, and a resident of the state live ; he nominates, 
and by and with the advice and consent ot the senate,! 
appoints to office, rem-its fines and forfeitures, grants! 
rejjrieves and pardons, «Sic. ; salary ^1000; adoption 
of United States constitution, December 11, fl816; 
state constitution, June 29, 1816; qualification of vo- 
ters, all white male citizens one year in the state. 
! MISSISSIPPI. 

■ Electors of President and Vice-President by gene- 
ral ticket; electors 3; state election 1st Monday in 
August; state Legislature at Jack'son, 4th Monday in 
December; senate 10, representatives 32 ; pay per: 
iday ^1 50; term of office, senate three years, in class- 
ics, representatives one year; governor chf)sen for two 
years, by the people; eligible indefinitely; he mustj 
DC 30 years of age; a citizen of the United Stales 20 
years; a resident of the state — years, and seized of 
a freehold of GOO acres of land, or of real estate of the' 
value of ^2000, 12 months previous to his election;' 
'he grants reprieves and pardons, remits fines and for-' 
feitures, fills vacancies in office, &c. ; salary ^2,500;; 
adoption of United States constitution, December 10, i 
:tI817; state constitution, August 15, 1817; quanfica- 
tion of voters, white males, 1 year in tiie state, 6 months 
in the county, servmg in the militia and paying a tax. 
ILLINOIS. 
Electors of President and V. President, by general 
ticket; electors 3 ; state election 1st Monday m Aug. 
I biennially: state legislature a Vandalia, 1st Monday 

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;^in Deceiflber, bieniaJly ; senate 18 ; reprcsentalives, 
|26 ; pay per day ^4; term of office, senate 4 years, j. 
Irepresentativcs 2 yf .ire; s-overnor chocen for 4 years,! 
'by the people ; governor eligible for 4 years in 7; }ie| 
must be 30 years of age, a citizen of the U. States 30! 
lyeajs, and 2 years a resident of the state; he grants! 
Ireprieves and pardons, and with the Judges of the i 
^Supreme Court, has the revision of all biils before thoy j. 
liecoine lavv-s, &l.c. ; salary ^1,000 ; adoption of the U. 
,!Slcites constitution, Dec. 3, 1818; state cor-iStituLion,| 
,Aug. 26, 1810; qalification of voters, white male in- 
iiiabitants, six months in the state. 
; ALABAMA. 

Elccf'-irs of President and Vice President, by gen- 
eral ticket ; electors 5 ; state election 1st Monady and 
Tuesday in August ; state legislature at Cahawba, 3d 
Monday in November; senate — , representatives,-- 
pay per day ^4 ; term of ofiice, senate 3 years ; rep- 
resentatives i year; governor chosen for 2 years, by 
the people, eligible 4 years in 6 ; must be 30 years of 
age, a native of the United States, and 4 years a res [ 
' 'ident of the state ; he has a negative in the passing cf! 
laws, grants reprieves and pardons, remits lines and ^ 
iforfeitures, fills vacancies in office, «Slc.; salary ^2,0i>0; 
adoption of the United States constitution, Dec. 14, | 
flBi9; state constitution, Aug. 2, 1819 ; qualification' 
of voters, every v/hitc male of Icfwful age, having re-j 
sided one year iu the state and three months in the 
Icon at v. 

MAINE._ 

Electors of President and Vice President, by dis- 
tricts; electors 9 ; state e-lection 1st Monday in Sept. 
I'st&te legislature at Portland, 1st Monday in January; 
Isenate—, representatives — ; pay per day ^2; te<rm 
!|of olTice, both branclics 1 year; govcrfior ehosen for 1 
■year, by the people, eligihie indefinitely, nnist be 30 
3'ears of age, a native born citizen of the U. States, 
and 5 y^ars a resident of tliG state; he nominates, & with^ 
the advice and consequent of the council, appoints all I 
: judicial ofEcers, the attorney geiicral, sherifis, coro-f 
iuers, registers of probate, notaries public, and all oth' 



ler civil and miliary officers, except such as are other-' 
\vise appointed by the express provisions of the con- 
^stitution or laws of the state; he has power, with the! 
advice and consent of the council, to remit, after con 
viction, forfeitures and penalties, and to grant re 
pnevesand pardons, except in cases of impeachment ;; 
'^alary §i500; adoption of the United States constitu-j 
tion, March 3, |i820; state constitution, Oct. 29, 
1819; qualification of voters, every freeman, having- 
ihis rf?t^idencs established three months before the elec- 
tion, students, paupers, etc. excepted. 
MISSOURI. 

Eicctors o-f President and Vice-President, by gen- 
eral ticket; electors 3; state election, 1st Monday in 
Artr. biennially ; state Lpgif-lature at Jefferson ; sen- 
ate 17; representatives />5 ; pay per day, ^3; govern- 
ior chosen for four years, by the people; eligible four 
iyears in eight; the governor, must be 35 years of age; 
|a native born citizen' of the United States, or a citi- 
zen at the time of the adoption of the constitution of 
ithe United States; must be a resident of the state 
four years; he fills vacancies by appointment when 
they occur, has a negative in pa9t;iug laws, remits' 
ifines and forfeitures, and grants reprieves and par-i 
dons, except in cases of impeachment ; salary 5^2,000 ; ! 
adoption of the United States constitution, Aug. 10,! 
f 1821 ; state constitution, June 12, 1820 , qualification' 
of voters, all i'ree white male citizens, one year in the 
state ajid three months in the county. 

Whole number of electors — 201. 



SALA.RIES AND FEES, 

Allowed the several officers and other persoyis in the 

State of Vermont. 

SALARIES. 

Governor ^750 00; 

Judges Supreme Court, each - - 1,050 09 
Secretary of Slate ... - 450 00 ! 

Treasurer 400 09 

Secretary of the governor and council, 250 00 

Clerk of the general assembly, - - 375 00 



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FEES. 
For lieutenani governor's attendajice on coun- 
cil, per xlay, ^ 1 00 1 
Travel per mile, each way, 6\ 
Councillor's fees for aitondance, per day, 1 501 
Travel per mile, each way, 6' 
jRepreseatatiYos' tees, per day., ] 50 1 
Travel per mile, ea€h way, Cj 
|Speaker of the general assembly, per dayj 2 50 j 
Travel per riiile, each way, 6 j 
jEng-rossino- clerk, per day, 2 50 • 
Traf el per mile each way, 6] 
For ail other services durifig the year, and fur- i 
nisiiing all blanks rerpjired of him, 75 00 ' 
Supreme Coitrrs Fees. j 
For the entry of each action, tliere shall be paid [ 
toJ.he clerk, for the bencSt of the state 25, 
For entering each review, 50 ! 
jFor each motion for arrest of judgmeiitj or new i' 
I trial, G7; 
jFbr each actioij. tried.. 2 50, 
, Each nonsuit, default or covifession, 1 00' 
For allov/ing' and signing writs of error, audita j! 
querela, and iiabcas corpus, and taking recog- j- 
nizauce of t!ie same^to each judjesi.^ning- the i| 
same G7l| 
There shall be paid to llie clerk, fitr ibe benefit j| 
of the state, for each action tti°f! by jury, 6 00 
County Courfj Fees. 
For each entry of an action, there shall be paid 

to the clerk, for Ihe benht of the ji^dges, 56 

For ea,c!i action tried, forthe benefit of the judg- 
es, 07 
|For each judji^mcnt by nihil dicit, abcteinont, 
'' nonsuit, default, or confession, 30, 
For e.ach licence for a tavern keeper, or retailer 

of foreign distilled spirits, 34 

For each inotion in arrest of judgment and new 

trial, ' 50 

For allowing- and signing each writ of audita 
(luerela, and iiabeas ccr'v.is, and takinirrecoir- 



nizance of the same, tor each judge signing g c. 
the same, 40 

And there shall be paid to the clerk, for the ben- 
efit of the county tor each action tried by jury, 6 00 

And for the entry of each action, by the party 
entering the same, for the benefit ofthe cpunty 25 
Judge of Ptobales Fets. 

'Granting administration, 

iRcceiving will and decision on the same, 

jRcceiving will from out of the state, and order 
to record the same. 

Examining and allowing the account cf execu- 
tors or administrators of each estate, 

Ascertaining what sum must be raised for pay- 
ment of debts, and granting order of sale, 

Granting order to divide estate in common, 

jGranting order of payment to creditors. 

Appointing committee to set off tU)\ver, 

Appointing committee to divide estate among 
heirs. 

Appointing committee of appraisal, 

Accepting return made by comnaiseioners ap- 

j praisers, committee of dower, order of sale, 
committee of division, or inventory of guardi- 
an, and ordering the same recorded, 17 

Accepting representation of insolvency, and ap- 
pointing commissioners to examine claims in 
whole 34: 

jRenewall of commission, 34; 

'Appointing gnardian or guardians to t?i9 chil- j 

i dren of each family, under 14 years of age; in { 

I whole, 341 

Each other appointment of guardian of minor, [ 

insane per-co-n, idiot, cr lunatic, 34: 

If more than one minor in the same appoint- [ 

mcnt, for each iji addition, 6j 

■ For each ord^r of publication not included in the j 

foregoijig items, 17 j 

Each citation which is not an order of publica- 
tion, 17 

Each order to bar creditors, not exhibiting their ! 






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chums by a certain time, niciudino- order to ^ 
publish. 
Ordering a final discharge of executor or ad- 
ministrator, 
jAIlowing each appeal, 
Decree of estate to one of several heirs, 
Decree of assignment to widow, 
Decree of escheat, 
Order of sale of personal property. 
Decree of sale of real estate agreeable to con- 
tract of deceased, in his lifetime. 
Order of inquisition of idiot, &:c. 
Accepting return of do. 
jSetUmg guardian's account, 50 

Order against trustee of executor or administra- 
tor, or against a person charged with embez- 
zUng estate of deceased, 
jHolding inquiry on do. 
Order of imprisonment. 

Appointing a commissioner in the place of one 
I decr.ased or removed, 

Deciding and certifying to supreme court the ne- 
i cessity of sal-e of minor's estate, 
iTaking bail and certitying when probate bond is 
j sued, 

Hearing petition for better bail, and order there- 
I on, 
jDccree of support of children under seven years, 

in any one family, 
Granting rule of reference between parties, 
Acceptance of their report. 
Ascertaining amount of advancement to child 

or children, in one family, and order thereon, 5x0 
Appointm-ent of agent to act fur absent person, 

interested in decision, 17 

Allowing the expenses of division among heirs, 

and order thereon, 17 

Each order to compel the attendance of witness- 
es, dedimus potestatum, to take testimony, to 
call before court persons suspected of embez- 
zling estate, 17 






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Ordering a linal discharge to guardians, 
Appointing a person to act for absent heirs, 
Allowing an appeal and ordering bonds, 
Each decree or order when bonds insuiBcient, 
Each decree or order assigning interests of child 

born after making a will. 
Each order of notice to heirs, legatees, or guar- 
dians, before license to sell real estate, 
Each decree of surplus estate, 
Each appointment of coramittee, 
Each order for warrant of distress, 
Each order of distribution, 
Each order affixing the time for sale of estate, 
Each order to extend the time for selling estate, 

Register of Probate ■<: Fees. 
Drawing and filing each executor's, administra- 
tor's, guardian's or other bond, 
Each probate of will, 
Each letter of administration, with or without 
will annexed, letter of guardiau^hip, warrant 
I to appraisers, committee of dower, committee 
I of division, or commission to commissioners, 
Each citation, 
Each choice of guardian, 
Each order of publication, 
Each acquittance, on close of settlement, 
Each order of inquisition, 
Attending to examination of person charged with 
' embezzling estate, 50 
Mittimus, 50 
Each certificate to show who is executor, admin- 
j istrator or guardian, 17 
Attending and keeping minutes of each settle- 
ment, 50 
All copies of appeal, or other matters, for each 

hundred words, 6 

For certificate, 13 

Decree of escheat, 25 

Making entry of each of the several appointments 
I before enumerated m judge's fees, 9 



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For all records, for each hundred words, 8 

Makinrr out dividend, and order of payment on 
insolvent estate, and assignment to widow, for 
each hundred words, 8 

Drawing, commission for a commissioner, appoint- i 

ed in the place of one deceased,- or removed, 17 
Writing- bond for prosecution of suit or appeal, 

when the same is drawn by such register,. 25 
Drawing rulg for reference between parties, 17 

Dravv'ing order of payment of expenses of division 

of real and personal estate, 17 

Making out each process compelling attendance 
ot witnesses, dcdimus poicsUdum. to take testi- 
mony, to imprison, to call before court, persons 
suspected of embezsling estate,. 9 ! 

Each warrant to committee,- 25 

Each v;arrant of distress, 17 

Drawing representation of insolvency, 17 

Drawing each order of notice to creditors, 2£ 

Dravving each order of sale of real or personal 

estate, 25 

Drawing an order appointing a person to act for 

heirs- ^ 17- 

Drawing each order or decree when bonds insuf- I 

ficient, 25 

Drawing each order of notice to heirs, legatees, | 

or guardians, before license to sell realestate, 25 1 
Making each order of surplus estate, 17 

Making each order for distribution of estate, 17 
I Making each order for extending time for selling 

estate, 25 

For performing the duties of a judge when dis- i 

qualified, same fees as are by law allowed to i 

judges, I 

And no greater fees shall be received for any of 
the services aforc&aid, by said judge or regis- 
ter, nor shall any fees be received by them for 
any services, except those here enumerated. 
For commissioneis and appraisers, or commit- 
tees of division, or dower, each, per day, 1 00 



Administrator's or executor s fees, per day, 
Justices' Fees. 

For each writ, iRcluding declaration, recogni- 
zance and signing, 

For signinir each writ and taking- recognizance, 

iSubpoina tor each witness, 

Judgment on each action tried 

If on verdict of jury, 

[f on confession, including recording, 

[f on default, 

For taking deposition, including caption and cer- 
tificate. 

For citation to appear, 

For each continuance, 

Every warrant for criminals, and bonds, 

Recognizance, 

Every appeal, including. recognizance, 

For each ventre for a jury. 

Taking acknowledgment of deed 

For recording execution, and officer's return 
thereon, extended on real estate, v/hich the 
officer serving the same, shall collect and 

p^y . 

For recordincr each 



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For rule of reference between parties 
Each execution — twenty-iive cents 
Rendering judgment on report of referees 
For each mittimus — thirty-four cents 
jCopy of an appeal to county court, including 
copy of writ, service, judgment, appeal, bond 
and certificate — seventy-five cents 

Clerk's of Ike Supreme Courts Fees. 
iFor signing each sum.moiis or attachments- 
twelve cents 
For entering each action — fifty cents 
P'orertering each judgment, including record- 
ing the same, including motion to chancer or 
redeem, and judgment on the same, and as- 
sessment of damages — seventy-five cents 






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For taking recognizance in court — seventeen ^ 

cents 17 

For each review — fifty cents , 50 

jFor each continuance — thirteen cents 13 

For each execution, including filing — twenty- 
five cents 25 
For each rule of reference between parties — 

twenty-five cents 21 

For each rule to auditors — twenty-five cents 25 
For fifing each necessary paper — six cents 6 

For each day's attendance in court — one dollar 1 00 
For each order of court — nine cents 9 

For recording execution extended on real estate, 
with the officer's return, to be collected and 
paid by the officer serving the same — seventy- 
five cents 75 \ 
For all copies and other services made or done 
by direction of the court, and not herein enu- 
merated, such sura as shall be allowed by the 
court, not exceeding six cents for every hun- 
dred words 

Clerk's of the County Courts Fees. 
jFor signing- each summons, or attachment, in- 
cluding recognizance — twelve cents 12 
For entering each action, including filing and 

numbering — seventeen cents 17 

For entering each judgment rendered on nihil 
dicit, in abatement, nonsuit, default, or con- 
fession, including recording — twenty-five cents 25 | 
F ;r entering each judgment or denmrrer, or ! 

after verdict, or on issue of fact, including j 

recording — forty cents 40; 

For taking each recognizance in court — twelve ! 

cents 12 1 

For each appeal or review — twenty-five cents 25 1 
jFcr each continuance — eight cents 8 

For each execution, including filing—twenty 
j five cents 25, 

JFor recording execution extended on real es- j 

talc, with the officr's return, to be collected j 

and |)aif': by the officer serving the same — j 



77 

sevenly-tive cents 75 

For recording each deputy sheriff's deputation 
I and oath — twenty-five cents 25 

For each license to an inkeeper, or retailer, in- 
I eluding the certificate to the person licensed, 
I and filing the same — seventeen cents 17 

For each rule of refereece between parties — 

twenty-five cents 25 

For each rule to auditors — twenty-five -cents 25 
For filing each affidavit, or deposition — six cents 6 
For all copies, and other services made or done, 
by direction of the court, and noi herein enu- 
lEcrated, such sum or sums as shall be allow- 
ed by the^ourtG, not exceeding six cents, for 
every hundred words 

Sheriff's,' Constables' and Collectors' Fees. 
Serving each process, by reading 6 

If by copy 17 

For taking bail 17 

For each mile's travel fortheserviccof all writs 
and other processes, to be computed from the 
place of service to the place of return, which, 
in the case of mesne process, shall be the 
place of holding the court 6 

For levying each execution, amounting to three 

dollars, or under 15 

[For each three dollars over, cot exceeding one 

hundred dollars 
If over one hundred dollars, for each dollar 
For each day's attendance on appraisement, or 

sale of estate, taken on execution 
For half a dav 
For attending before a justice's court, when re* 

quired 
For attending t'rceholder's court, per day 
For attendance on the supreme or county co«tt,, 

per day 
Constables for the like service 
For necessary assistance in apprehending afid 
keeping criminals, per day 
I Cojlectors of taxes to be allowed thejike fees 






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as sheriffs in cases of execui.ion, when they 
levy on persons or estate, and one dollar out 
of each fifty dollars collected and paid into 
the state or county treasury. Provided, that 
no sheriff, constable or other officer sifall be 
entitled to any fees for a return o^non est in- 
ventus^ on any civil v^-rit or process. 
Attorn ies' Fees. 
For writ on note 47 

jAnd no fees shall be allowed for a count added 
j to a declaration on note, unless there shall 

be a recovery on such count. 
I For writ on book 47 

jFor writ on bonds for the payment of money, 
I debt on judgment, debt on recognizance, sci- 
j refacias, or on jail bond 

For ail otlier writs, in the same proportion, ac- 
cording to their length and difdculty, such sum 
as the court shall allow. The foregoing- shall 
include signing and recognizance ; and are in- 
tended to apply only to writs returnable to the 
county and supreme courts. 

iStaie's AUornies' Fees, 
For each indictment for stealing, of one count. 
Copy of the same, 

All other indictments in the same proportion, ac- 
cording to their length and difficulty, such sums 
as the court shall allow. 
Copy of indictment, 
Term fee 
Attorney ff-e, 

Parlies' and v'iJri£sscs' Fees ui the Svprcme 
and Coaniy Courts. 
Term fee, in each action, first term, 
Each succeeding term, 

And the party recovering shall be r.ilowed for 

l:is attorney, on trial of each issue of law or 

fact, 

On nonsuit, default, or nihil dicit, 

On default, or nihil dicit, and motion to redeem, 

or chancer, or hearing- in damages, when the 



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same are uncertain, 3 00 

Trax^el for plaintiff or defendant, within this 
I state, per mile, 5 

I 1st, 2nd, and Sth sections of the act of 1 822. 

j Sec. 1. It is hereby enacted hy the General Assemhy 
pf the state of Vermont, That no plaintiff in any civil 
action, before a justice of the peace, shall recover any 
travelling' fee, except for his actual travel when he 
ipersonally appears in court. Nor shall any plaintiff, 
in any civil cause wliatever, before a justice of the 
:peace, recover a greater sum than one dollar and fifty 
.cents, for costs, on any judgment v;here the debt or 
!damages recovered, does not exceed the sum of one 

Iidollar and fifty cents: except costs which may accrue 
frojii continuances at the special instance and request 
'of the defendant, or in case the defendant shall ap- 
peal to tJie county court. And for every sum in debt 
or damag-es, recovered above the sum of one dollar' 
and fifty cents, the plaintiff shall recover no more costs: 
tlian debt or damag-es, except costs Vvliich may accrue 
from continuances at the request of the defendant asi 
aforesaid, or in case of appeal as aforesaid. I 

Sec. 2. It is hcrehy further enacted, That when any 
cause shall be appealed by the plaintiff or plaintiffs, 
■from the decision of a justice of the peace, then, andi 
in that case, the several county courts in this state', 
shall follow the same rule in taxing bills of cost, as is: 
before presc ibed in this act for taxing- the same be-, 
fore justices of the peace. i 

Sec. G. It is hereby further enacted. That no cost 
shall be taxed in favor of any plaintiff or plaintiffs, for 
travel or attendance in causes where the defendantj 
imay tendbr a confession of judgment, agreeably to the| 
ixth section of the act, in addition to the several ;;cts 
idefming the powers of justices of the peace, within^ 
this state, passed Nov. 15, 1C21. 
Witness per m.ile, 5 

Attendance per day, 75 

In justices' courts, travel for plaintiff or defend- 
ant and witnesses, per L/iilo, 



isrsm. 



80 

Attendance of piuiatilf or defendant and witness 
per day, 50 

For half a day, 34 

Frovided, that when judfrment shall be rendered 
by default, the plaintiff shall in no cause have 
more than thirty-four cents costs taxed for 
himself or any witness, for attendance before 
a justice of the peace. 

Grand Jurors Fees. 

Travel per mile, each wav, from their respective 
homes, ' 3 

For attendance on supreme or county courts, per 
day, each, 1 00 

Ptf'd Jurors^ Fees, 

For attendance on supreme or county courts, per 
day, each 1 00 

Travel per mile, each way, 3 

For trying each cause betbre a justice to be ad- 
vanced by the party praying the same, 25 

For trying- each cause before a freehold court, 
such sum as shall be allowed by the justices 
holding the same. 

Town Grand Jurors'" Fees. 

For each complaint, 

Attendance, 

Travel per mile, 

Town Clerk's Fees. 

For recording a common deed poll, including tlie 
certificate, 

Copying the same, and certifying, 

Recording survey bill, 

do. marriage, birth or death, 

I do. each mark. 

For recording execution extended on real estate, 
with the officers return thereon, to be collect- 
ed and paid by the otficer servin;T the same, 7 

For recording all other deeds, copying and certi- 
fying, to be computed at the rate of seven cents 
for every hundred words. 

Proprietors' and other Collectors' Fees. 

For preparing and sending advertisements to 






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50 





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6 


20 


G 


20 





9 





4 





6 



81 I 

eacti press, 1 001 

For each receipt for tax paid before sale, or for ' 

redemption of lands sold, being for one lot, 6; 

For each additional lot, 2; 

For each .«ale of an original proprietor's right, \ 

if owned'by one person, 34: 

For each sale of a less quantity, 17 

For each deed of one lot or right acknowledged, 34' 

For each additional right or lot, in same deed, 6 
Jailor's Fees. \ 

For commitment of prisoner, to be paid by the 
officer committing the prisoner, 34; 

jDischarge of prisoner, 201 

Diet and fuel furnished state prisoners from the 
first day of April to the first day of November, 
per week, 1 00 

From the first day of November to the first day 
of April, per week, 1 25 

For bonds for the liberties of the prison, 25 

jFor bail piece given to the person who may sign 
jail bond, ' 20 

Fees for commissioners of jail delivery, for issu- 
ing citation, 34 

For each commissioner attending court, 50 

For each certificate 12 

Fees for Freeholders. 

Summoned to assess damages sustained inlay- 
ing out highways, or to appraise real estate 
set off on execution, per day, - 75 

Half a day, 34 

Surveyor OeneraVs Fees. 

Per day, (exclusive of expense,) ' 1 50 

County Surveyor's Fees, 

Per day, 1 50 

Fees for Auditors of Accounts. 

To the auditor of accounts in the treasury de- 
partment, with the treasurer, per day, 2 00 

To the auditor of accounts against the state, for 
his services and attendance, while attending 
the legislature, per day, 1 50 

Travel per mile, each way, 6 



I 82^ 

ipor other services performed, during each year, 
I to be paid on the second Tursday of October 
j annually, 

I Impounder's Fees. • 

'For all horse kind, and neat cattle, per head, 
Sheep, per bead, 
Swine, per head, 

Three fofirtte to tlie impounder, and the otiier 
I fourth to the pound keeper. 
j J\''otarics Public. 

For every protect under seal, 
For cacii certiiicate, under seal, 
For waitiiig on a person to demand payracRt, or 
j witness any matter, and certifying the same, 
I under eoivl. 



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I-OOVERN3IENT OF THE tJNITED STATES. 

JOHN QUINCY ADAMS, LL. D. President. 

sALARy, <^/25,000 per annum. 

JOHN C. CA'LHOUP^, Vice President. 

SALARY. g5,000 per annum. 

TWE^rTIETH CONGRESS—SECOND session. 
SENATl!). 
John C. Calhoun, President of ike Senate.. 
Nathaniel Macon, President pro. tern. 



Jllaine. 
John Chandler, 
Albion K. Parris. 

jVew-Hampsiure. 
Samuel Bell, 
Levi Woodbur3^ 

Massachusetls. 
Nathaniel Silsbee, 
Daniel Webster. 

Connecticut. 
Samuel A. "Foot, 
Calvin Willey. 

Rhode-Island. 
Nehemiah R. Knight, 
Asher Robbins. 



[ Vermont. 

J}udley Chase, 
Horatio Seymour, 

Mew- York. 
Martin Yan J3uren, 
Nathan Sanford. 

JVew-Jersey. 
Mahlon Dickerson, 
Ephraim Bateman. 
Pennsylvania. 
William Marks, 
Isaac D. Barnajd. 

Delaware. 
Louis M'Lane, 
Henry M. Ridgeley. 



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Maryland. 
Samuel Smith, 
Ezekiel Chambers. 

Virginia. 
liittlcton W. Tazewell, 
John Tyler. 

JVorth Carolina. 
John Branch, 
Nathaniel Macon. 

South Carolina, 
William Smith, 
Robert Y. Haynev 

Geoi^ifioi. 
John M'Pherson Berrien^ 
Thomas W. Cobb. 

Kentucky. 
Richard M. Johnson,. 
John Rowan. 

Tennessee.- 
John H. Eaton-r 
Hujrh L. White. 



Ohio. 

William H. Harrison, 
Benjamin Rug-gles. 

Louisiana: 
Dominiqe Bouligny, 
Josiah S. Johnston. 

Indiana. 
William Hendricks,. 
James Noble. 

Mississippi. 
Thomas H. Williamsir 
Powhattan Ellis.. 

Illinois, 
Elias K. Kane, 
Jesse B. Thomas. 

Alahanui. 
Henry Chambers^ 
William R. King, 

Missoiivi. 
David Barton, 
Thomas H. Benton. 



HOUSE OF REPRESEKTATIVES. 



Maine — 7. 
John Anderson, 
Samuel Butman-, 
Rufus M'Intire, 
Jeremiah O'Brien,. 
James W. Ripley, 
Peleg Sprague, 
Joseph F. Wingate. 

JVew- Hampshire — 6. 
David Barker, jr. 
Ichabod Bartlett, 
Titus Brown, 
Joseph Healj, 
Jonathan Harvey, 
Thomas Whipple, jn 

Vermont — 5. 
Daniel Azro A. Buck, 
Jonathan Hunt, 
Rollin C. Mallary, 



Benjamin Swift, 
George E. Wales. 

Massachusetts — 1 3. 
Samuel C. Allen, 
John Bailey, 
Isaac C. Bates, 
B. W. Crowninshield, 
John Davis, 
Henry W. Dwight, 
Edward Everett, 
Benjamin Gorham, 
James L. Hodges, 
John Locke, 
John Reed, 
Joseph Richardson, 
John Varnum. 

Rhode-Island — 2, 
Tristram Burgess, 
Dutee J. Pearee. 



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1 Connecticut — 6. 


1 vacancy. 


ij John Baldwin, 


JS^w-Jersey—Q. 


Noyes Barber, 


Lewis Condict, 


Ralph I. Ing-ersoll, 


George Holcombe, 


Orange Merwin, 


Isaac Pierson, 


Elisha Phelps, 


Samuel Swan, 


David Plant. 


Hedge Thomson, 


JVew-York—'^A. 


Ebenezer Tucker. 


Daniel D. Barnard, 


DeUiware — 1 . 


1 George 0. Belden, 


Kensey Johns. 


Rudolph Bunner, 


Pensylvnnia — 26. 


C. C. Cambreleng, 


William Addams, 


Samuel Chase, 


Samuel Anderson, 


iJohn C.Clark, 


Thomas Barlow, 


John D. Dickinson, 


James Buchanan, 


1 Jonas Earll, jr. 


Richard Coulter, 


1 Daniel G. G- Garnsey, 


Chauncey Forward, 


'Nathaniel Garrow, 


Joseph Frey, jr. 


John T. De Graff, 


Innes Green, 


John Hallock,jr. 


Samuel D. Ingham, 


j Selah R. Hobbie, 


George Krenicr, 


1 Martin Hoffman, 


Adam King, 


1 Jeronius Johnson, 


Joseph Lawrence, 


'Richard Keese, 


Daniel H. Miller, 


, Henry Markell, 


Charles Miner, 


i Henry C. Martindale, 


J Jin Mitchell, 


j Dudley Marvin, 


Samuel M'Kean, 


;| John Magee, 


Robert Orr, jr. 


1 John Maynard, 


William Ramsey, 


'Thomas J. Oakley, 


John Sergeant, 


S. Van Rensselaer, 


James S. Stephenson. 


! Henry R. Storrs, 


John B. Sterigere, 


James Strong, 


Andrew Stuart, 


'John G. Slower, 


Joel B. Sutherland, 


John W. Taylor, 


Espy Van Home, 


Gulian C. Verplanck, 


James Wilson, 


Aaron Ward, 


George Wolf. 


John J. Wood, 


Maryland — 9. 


Silas Wood, 


John Barney, 


David Woodcock, 


Clermont Dorsey, 


Silas Wright, jr. 


Levin Gale, 



«5 1 


John Leeds Kerr, 


Daniel Turner, i 


Peter Little, 


Lewis Williams. 


Michael C. Sprigg, 


South Carolina — 9. 


George C. Washington, 


John Carter, i 


John C. Weems, 


Warren R. Davis, 


Ephraim K. Wilson. 


William Drayton, 


Virginia — 22. 


James Hamilton, 


Robert Allen, 


George M'Duffie, 1 


Mark Alexander, 


William D. Martin, 


William S. Archer, 


Thomas R. Mitchell, 


William Armstrong, jr. 


William T. NockofFs, 


John S. Barbour, 


Starling Tucker. i 


Philip P. Barbour, 


Georgia— 7. ^ 1 


Burwell Bassett, 


John Floyd, ' 


Nath. H. Claiborne, 


Tomlinson Fort, j 


Thomas Davenport, 


Charles E. Haynes, \ 


John Floyd, 


George E. Gilmer, i 


Isaac Leffler, 


Wilson Lumpkin, j 


Lewis Maxwell, 


Wiley Thompson, 


Charles F. Mercer, 


1 vacancy. 


William M'Coy, 


Kentucky— 12. j 


Thomas Newton, 


Richard A. Buckner, 


John Randolph, 


James Clark, 


William C. Rives, 


Henry Daniel, | 


John Roane, 


Joseph Leconipte, j 


Alexander Smith, 
Andrew Stevenson, 


Robert P. Letcher, j 


Chittenden Lyon, | 


JohnTalifero, 


Thomas Metcalfe, 


James Trezvant. 


Robert MHatton, 


JVorih Carolina^lS. 


Thopias P. Moore, 


Willis Alston, 


Charles A. Wickliffe, 


Daniel L. Barringer, 


Joel Yancy, 


John H. Brayan, 


1 vacancy. 


Samuel P. Carson, 


Tennessee — 9. 


Henry W. Conner, 


John Bell, 


John Culpeper, 


John Blair, 


Thomas Hall, 


David Crockett, 


Gabriel Holmes, 


Robert Desha, 


John Long, 


Jacob C. Isacks, 


Lemuel Sawyer, 


Pryor Lee, 


Aug. H. Shepherd, 


John H. Marable, 



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James C, Mitchell, 


Indiana— S. 


'1 


James K. Polk. 


Thomas H. Blake, 


1 


Ohio— 14. 


Jonathan Jennings, 


1 


Mordecai Bartley, 


Oliver H. Smith. 


1 


Philemon Beecher, 


Jlississippi — 1. 




William Creighton, jr. 


William Haile. 




John Davenport, 


Alabama— 3. 


' 


James Finley, 


Gabriel P. Moore, 


1 


William McLean, 


George W. Owen, 


1 


Wilham Russell, 


John McKee. 


1 


John Sloan, 


Jlissouri — 1. 


j- 


William Stanbury, 


Edmund Bates. 




Joseph Vance, 




i 


Samuel T. Vinton, 


DELEGATES 


i 


Elisha Whittlesey, 


Arkansas. 




John Woods, 


Henry W. Conway. 




John C. Wright. 


Michigan. 




Louisiana — 3. 


Aust;n E. Wing. 


1 


William L. Brent, 


Florida. 


•1 


Henry H. Gurley, 


Joseph M. White. 




Edward Living-ston. 






DEPARTJIEJ^ 


rr OF STATE. 


SECRE 


TARY. 




Names. 


Residence. 


Salary 


Henry Clay, 


Washington City, 


^6000 


CHIEF 


CLKRK. 




Daniel Brent, 


Washington City, 


pOOQ 


CLE 


RKS. 


Richard Forest, 


Washington City, 


1600 


Josias W. King, 


ilo. 


1600 


Andrew T. McCormick, 


do. 


1400 


Thomas L. Thruston, 


do. 


1400 


Francis L. Smith, 


do. 


1400 


William Slade, 


do. 


14G0 


Philip Fendall, 


do. 


1300 


William Browne, 


do. 


1150; 


Vail, 


do. 


1150' 


John M. Baker, 


do. 


iOOO 




do. 
do. 


800 1 


George Watkins, 


SOO: 



MESSENGERS. 

Names. Residence. Salary j 

Josepli Waring, Washington City, J^TQOl 
Prentiss, Assistant, do 350 



patejXt office. 

SUPERINTENDENT. 

William Thornton, 

CLERK. ! 

William Elliott, do. 1000^ 

MESSENGER. 

Robert W. Fenwick, do. 400 

TREASURY DEPARTJIEJ^T. 

SECRETARY. 

jRiciiard Rush, Washington City, 6000 

CHIEF CLERK. 

Edward Jones, do. ' . 2000 

CLERKS. 

j James L. Anthony, 
I Asbury Dickins, 
[Thomas Dungan; 
1 Samuel M. iMcKean, 
I Robert Newell, 

Peter G. Washington, 

George H. Richards, 

MESSENGERS. 

John Connel, 
A. R. Watson, 

OFFICERS OF THE 

Samuel Moore, Director, 
J James Rush, Treasurer, 
Adam Eckfeldt, chief coiner, 
Joshua Richardson, assayer, 
I Joseph Cloud, melter &, refiner, 
William Kueass, Engraver, 
Geo. Ehrenzeller, Treas"r's elk. 



do. 


1600i 


do. 


1600 


do. 


1400 


do. 


1400 


do. 


1400 


do. 


1150 


do. 


1000 


do. 


750 


do. 


300 


MINT. 




Philadelphia, 


2000 


do. 


1200 


do. 


1500 


do. 


1300 


do. 


1500 


do. 


12u0 


do. 


700 



8?1 I 

jrAIi DEPART JIEJfT. 

SECRETARY. 

Names. Rpsidcnce. Salary. 

James Barbour, Washington City, ^6000 

CTITEF CLERK. 

Christopher Van De Venter, do. 2000 

ADJUTArx'T GEi\ERAe's OFFICE. 

Brooke Williams, Washuigton City, 1150i 

John M. Hepburn, do. 1000 

jYA FY DEPAR TJIEJ^T. 

SECRETARY. 

Samuel L. Southard, Washington City, COOO 

CHIEF CLERK. 

Charles Hay, do. 2000 



JUDICIARY OF THE UjYITED STATES. 

The Judicial power of the United Staes is vested in 
ione Supreme Court, and in such inferior courts as 
jcongress from time to time may establish. The pres- 
jent judicial establishment of the U. States consists of a 
iSiipreme Court, of twenty-eight District Courts, 
and seven Circuit Courts, which are thus organized: 
the Supreme Court is composed of one Chief Justice 
and six ^^ssociate Justices, who hold a Court in the 
City of Washmgton annually ; besides which, each of 
these Justices attends in a certain Circuit, comprising, 
two or more districts, appropriated to each, and to-j 
gether with the Judge of the District, compose a Cir- ' 
cuit Court, which is holden in each District of the! 
Circuit. The Disirict Cuurts are held, respectively, i 
by the District Judge alone. Appeals arc allowed i 
from the District to the Circuit Courts, and from thcj 
Circuit to the Supreme Court ; and, in some cases, i 
where the inconvenience of attendiiig the ceurt by aj 
jastice of the Supreme Court is very great, the Dis-I 
trict Courts are invested with Circuit Court pov^ers. j 



89 
i^UFREME COURT. 

Names. Residence. Salary. 

John Marshall, Richmond^ Va. Chief Justice, g'jOOO 
iBushrod Washington, ML Vernon, Va. ^j ^ 4500 

William Johnson, Charleston, S. C. | | 4500 

I Robert Trimble, J)Iount Sterlings Ky. ! | 4500 

j Gabriel Duval, Prince Geo, Co. Md. \ i, 4500 

■Joseph Story, Salem., JIass. \ H 450oi 

Smith Thompson, .Yew- For/c,JV. F. j| 4300 ! 

Wm. Wirt, Att'y General, Washim^lonCity, 3,500. 

W. T. Carroll, Clerk, Washington,^ J^". J. fees, &c. I 

H. Wheaton, reporter of decisions, JS''€w-York, 1000 ' 
The £itting-.s of the Supreme Court are at Washihg- 
^ton, lot Monday in February annually.. 

, CIRCUIT COURTS. 

[A Circuit ccmprises two or more Districts, and the Circuit Court is 
h^'.den by one Judge of the Suprojne Court with the Judge of tliE 
District where the Court is hoJdea.] 

SITTING or THE CIRCUIT COURTS^ 

First and second Circuits. 

[When any of the following: days happen on Sunday, tiie court is to 

be held on the Mouday follovvinj;.] 

Maine., at Portland, l.=t May ; Wiscasset, 1st October, 

JK'evj-Hampshire, at Portsmouth, 8th Mc>y; Exeter. 
8th October. 

■Massachusetts., at Boston, 15th May and 15th October. 

R/iode' Island, at Providence, 15th jXovember; New- 
port, 15th June. 

'Connecticut, at New-Iiaven, 13th April; Hartford, 
17th September. 

Vernro.ii, at Windsor, 20th May ; Rutland, 3d October. 

uVtw-York, at New-York, 1st April and 1st September. 



DfSTRICTS COURTS. 



riaine lAshur Ware 

-\. Hampshire IJuo. S. Sherburne 
.chusettslJohn Davis 



■ R. Island 
i.Connecticut 
'Veri-Mont 
'N. York, (Ni 
do. (S) 
|>. Jersey 
|;Penn. (E) 
o. (W) 



iJohn Pitman 
William Bristol 
Elijah Paine 
Alfred Conkling 
Samuel R. Belts 
Wm. Russell 
Richard Peters 
William WilkinB A. Bracicenridge 



Attornies. 
Ether Shepk-y 

George Blake 

Rich. W. Greene 

Hez. Huntington 

Wm. A. Griswok 

Saml. IJeardesley 

Roht. Tillotsoii 

L. a. C. Elmer 

Ch. J. Ingersoll 



Marshals. ' 
Benja, Green 
Pearson Cogswell 
S.iml. D Harris 

B. Anthony 
James Mitchell 
Joseph Edson 
Thomas Morns 
J. W. Livingiton 

C. AV. Ogden 
John Conard 
iHu^h Davis 



■nr 



Delaware 
Mar^iand 
Virginia (E) 

do. (VV) 
N. Carolina 
S. Carolina 
jGeorgia 
Kentncky 
Tennessee (E) 

do. (W) 
Ohio 

Louisiana 
Indiana 
Mississippi 
Idinois 
Alabama 
Missouri, 
Columbia ) 
District. \ 



Judges. 
Willard Hall 
Ehas Gleim 
Georse Hay 
AlexT Caldwell 
Henry Potter 
Thomas Lee 
Jfrc Cuylor 
.lohn Boylo 
Jo!m M'Nairy 
.John M'Nairy 
Charles W. Bird 
Til. B. Robertson 
Benja. Parke 
Peter Pi,andolph 
Nathaniel Pope 
Wm. Crawford 
James H. Peck 

Wm. Cranoh 



90 

Jittornies 
George Reed, jr. 
Xathl. Williams 
Robt. Stannard 
Edwin S. Duncan 
Tho. P. Devereux 
John Gadsden 

Geo. M. Bibb 
Prior Lea 
Henry Crabb 
Jos. S Benham 
John W. Smith 
Charles Dowey 
Wm. B.Griffith 
Jepthah Hardin 
jHen. Hitchcock 
Robert Wash 

Thomas Swan 



Marshals. 
James Brobson 
Paul Bentalovv 
John Pegram 
Benja. Reeder 
Beverley Daniel 
M. A. Waring 
John H. Morel 
Chap. Coleman 
Ch. J. Porter 
Robt. Purdy 
Wm. Dougherty 

(-2 Marshals) 
John Vawter 
Ch. M. Norton 
Henry Conner 
T.W. Armstrong 
John Symonds 

Tench Ringgold 



The clerk of Maine is John Mussey, jr. ; of J^cw- 
HampshAre^ Charles W. Cutter; of J)lassachuscils^ 
John W. Davis; of Rhode- Island^ Benjamin Cowell; 
of Vermont., Jesse Gove. 

SITTINGS OF THE DISTRICT COURTS. 

JVew- Hampshire, at Portsmouth, the 3d Tuesday in 
March and September; at Exeter, 3d Tuesday in 
June and December. 

Vermont, at Windsor, and Rutland, 1st Monday in 
February and August, and 2d Monday in May and 
November. 

Massachusetts, at Boston, 3d Tuesday in March, 4th 
in June, 2d in September, and 1st in December. 

Rhode-Island, at Newport and Providence, 1st Mon- 
day in February and August, and 1st in May and No- 
vember. 

Connecticut, at Nevv^-Haven, 3d Tuesday in Februa- 
ry and August ; at Hartford, 3d in May and November. 

J^ew-York, at New- York, 1st Tuesday in February, 
May, August and November, 

Exclusive of the above mentioned stated courts, the 
District Judges have power to hold special courts in 
their respective Districts at their discretion. 



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IKTERCOURSE WITH FOREIGJ^ jXATIOjYS. 



[ Ministers Plenipo. $9000 galary, Secretaries, $2000 silary. 

Great Britain, P. P. Barbour, ' Win. B. Lawrence. 
France, James Brown, Daniel Sheldon. 
Russia, Henry Middleton, Charles Pinkney. 
Spain, Alex. H. Everett, John A. Smith. 
Mexico, Joel R. Poinsett, John Mason. 
CJjili, 



\ Coloiiibia, B. T. Watts. 

CHARGE DAFFARES, V^4,500. 

NGthcr]ands,Chr. Hughes. Chili, Samuel Lamed. 

. Portugal, Th. L. L. Brent. Sweden, 

; Brazil, Condy Raguet. BenosAyres, J. M.Forbes. 

I co:n'suls of the UjYited states. 

♦ GREAT BRITAIN, IRELAND, &C. 

: London, Thos. Aspinwali. Liverpool, Janaes Maury. 
; Bristol, Harman Visger. Plymouth, Thos. W. Fox. 
I Kingston up Hull, W.Davy Isle of Wight, R.R. Hunter 
i Leith, Joel Hart. Glasgow, David Walker. 

Cork, Jacob Mark. Belfast, Samuel Luke. 

I Gibraltar, Barnard Henry. Isle of France, M.Bickham. 

Turk^ Island, Th. Wynns. Kjngston,(Ja.) P. Lanman. 

RUSSIA. 

St. Petersburg, Abraham P. Gibson. 

SWEDEN AND NORWAY. 

Stockholm, David Erskine. Gotteiiburg, C. A. Murray. 
Christiansand,H.Janson,jr St. Barts, Hugh Steele. 

DENMARK. 

Copenhagen, John Rainals. IsleSt.Croix, J.Ridgeway. 

NETHERLANDS. 

Ostend, Louis Mark. Batavia, John Shilkber. 

} Rotterdam, E.Wambersie. Amsterdam, J. W. Parker. 
|St. Eustatia, J. H. IIol- Antwerp, Charles Barnet. 
jingsworth. Is. Curacoa, C. L. Parker. 

Surriuam, Thomas Trask. Demarara, Edm. Roberts. 

FRANCE, 
Paris, Isaac Cox Barnet. Havre de Grace, R.G. Beasley. 

Marseilles, Joshua Dodge. I.Guadaloupe,F.B.Faures. 
LaRoehelle, J.J.Dehessee. Bordeaux, Daniel Strobel. 



J 



'-^ I 

Nantes, F. C Fenwick. Cette, A. D. Tuboeuf. | 
L'Onent, Edward Church. L Martinique, Silas Marean ! 

POKTFGALi AND BRAZIL. 
Lisbon, I. P. Hutchinson. Riode Janeiro, W.H. D.C.Wright- 

Mara.nhoa, Leonard Corning. Island of Madeira, John H.March- 

Fwyal, Is. Cape de Verd, S. Hodges, jr. 

St. Salvador, VVocdbridge Odlin. rernanibuco, J. T. Manstield. 

There are also Consuls fronn the United States to 
Germany, Spain, Mexico, Buenos Aj^res, Colombia, 
Chili, Peru, the Barbary States, Guatemala, Italy, the 
two Cicilies, Turkey, and the Prussian Provinces of 
the Rhine. 



PRESIDEJ^TS. 

17?9 G. Washington, born, 11 Feb. 1732 ; died 14 Dec. 1799, .-Et. 68 

do 4 July 18:26, do 83 1 



1797 John Adams, do 19 Oct. 1735; 

1801 Thos. Jefferson, do 2 Apr. 1743; 

1809 James Madison, do 5 Mar. 17.51. 

1817 James Monroe, do • 2 Apr. 17.59. 

1825 John Q. Adams, do 11 July, 1767. 



1 Vice Presidents. 

1789 John Adams 
1797 Thomas Jefferson 
1801 Aaron Burr 
1805 George Clinton 
1810 Elbridge Gerry 
IS 17 Daniel D. Tompkins 
1825 John C. Calhoun. 
Secretaries of Stale. 
^,1789 Thomas J efFerson 
|! 1794 Edmuijd Randolph 
d 178.5 IMraothy Pickering- 
I 1800 John .\Icirehail 
Ij 1801 Levi Lincoln (acting) 
1801 James Madison 
1810 Robert Ruith 
1812 James Monroe 
1817 John Quincy Adarns 
1825 Henry Clay. 

Secretaries of War. 
1789 Henry Knox 
1795 Timothy Pickering 
j 1796 James McHenry 
1800 Samuel Dexter 



1801 Henry Dearborn 
1809 William Eustis 
1814 John Armstrong 
1816 William H.Crawford 
1818 John C. Calhoun 
1825 James Barbour. 
Secretaries of the Treasury. 
]789 Alexander Hamilton 
1795 Oliver VVolcott 
1801 Samuel Dexter 
!801 Albert Gallatin 
1315 George VV. Campbell 

1816 Alexander J. Dallas 

1817 William H.Crawford 
1825 Richard Hush. 

Secretaries of the JVary. 
1789 Benjamin Stoddard 
1801 Robert Smith 
1809 Paul Hamilton 
1814 William Jones 
1816 B. W.Crowniushield 

1818 Smith Thompson 
1825 Samuel L. Southard. 





93 


UNfTKD ^JTATKS CKNSI'S IN 1790. JSOO, 1810 


, <k 16-20. : 




i;i:!0 


IbOO 


ISIO 


l&OO : 


States 4- TerrUoric3 — 







— 1 


Mdine, 


96,540 


151,719 


228,70: 


498,355': 


N. Haoipshire, 


141,885 


183,85r 


214,46C 


244,161- 


'Massacliiisetts, 


378,787 


422,845 


472,04C 


523,287; 


R. Island, 


68,825 


68,12^.' 


76,931 


83,059' 


iConnecticut, 


237,940 


251,00-2 


261,942 


275,248! 


jVerinont, 


«5,539 


154,465 


217,89: 


235,764' 


ji\ev/-York, 


310,120 


586,050 


959,049 


1,372,812 


iXew/- Jersey, 


184,193 


211,149 


245,56^^ 


277,575: 


1 Pennsylvania, 


4.34,373 


602,548 


810,091 


1,049,458> 


Delaware, 


59,094 


64,273 


72,674 


72,749: 


jMaryland, 


319,728 


349,692 


380,546 


407,350' 


■jVirginia, 


747,610 


886,149 


974,62i 


1,065,366! 


;N. Carolina, 


393,751 


478,103 


555,500 


638,829 


;3. CaroliLa, 


240,073 


345,594 


415,115 


502,741; 


Georgia, 


S2,548 


162,686 


252,433 


340,989! 


(Alabama, 
Mississippi, 




i 8,850 


40,352 


5127,001: 

I 75,448: 


Louisiana, 






20,845 


153,407' 


Tennessee, 


35,691 


405,605 


261,727 


422,613 


Kentucky, 


73,677 


220,459 


406,511 


564,317 


Ohio, ) 
N. VV. Tor. \ 




55,364 


230,760 


581,434 


Jndianna, 




^ 5,641 


J 24,520 


147,178 


Illinois, 




I 12,282 


55,211 


-Missouri, 






20,845 


66,586 


JM. Territory, 






4,762 


8,89G1 


Avk. Territory, 








14,246' 


Dist. Columbia 
} Total, "3 

i FREE WHIT 




14,093 


24,023 


33,039 


,929,32b 


5,319,762 


7,237,903 


9,637,999' 


E CITIZEXS I\ THE 


U. STATES, lg20. ' 


i 


Jlalcs Females ' i' 


Under 10 years 1,345,220 1,280,550 


From 10 to 16 612,535 605,348 


From 16 to 26 776,150 781,371 j 


From 26 to 45 766,033 736,600 j 


Over 45 


495.065 462,788 |! 




3,9^5,053 3,866,657 l! 


Total free w 


hite citizens 7,861.710 j 



94 



OFFICERS OF THE CUSTOMS IN VERMONT. 

Charles K. Williams, Collector, Burlino-ton. 
John 5ay Langdon, Deputy Col 

lector and Inspector, 
Archibald W. Hyde, 
Danford Mott. 
Israel P. Richardson, 
Robert L. Paddock, 
I David M. Camp, 



Camp. 
Tohn S. Webster, 
! Lyman Cnshing, 
Zoroaster Fisli, 
Roger Enos, Inspector, 
ISeth Cushman, do. 
John Beckwith, do. 



do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 



do- 
Wind-Mill Point, 

do. 
Swan ton. 
Highrvate. 
Derby. 

do. 
Berkshire. 
Franklin. 
Alburr-h. 
Irasburo-h. 
Guildhall. 
Sutton. 



LITERARY A.m SCIEMTIFICK ASSOCIA- 
TIONS IJr THE UJVITED STATES. 
The principal Societies in the United States, embra- 
cing the natural sciences on tJio plan of those in Eu- 
rope, are the following. — (Ij x'^.mcr. PhiJos. Soc. at 
Philadelphia, instituted in Jan. 1769; (2) Auier. Acad. 
Arts and Sciences Boston ; (3) Connect. Acad. Arts 
and Sciences; (4) Linncean Soc Philad.; (5) Linnaian ' 
Soc. Boston ; (6) x\mer. Geoloo-. Soc. Columb. ; (7)1 
Chen-iical Soc. Philad.; (8) Lit.^and Phil. Soc. N. Y.;' 
(9) Lit. and Phil. Soc. Charleston; (10) Acad. Nat. 
Sci. Philad.; ,11) Cabinet of Sci. Philad.; {\2) Co- 
lumb. institute, Wasliington ; (13) School of Arts,} 
Cincinnati; f14) Lyceum Nat. Hist. Now-York ; (15)' 
do. Hiidson ;'(16) do. Troy ; (17) Hist. Soc N. York; 
(18) Lyceum of Nat. Hist, of the Berkshire Med. In- 
stitution. 

AMERICAN ACADEJIY OF ARTS AND SCI- 
ENCES. 
Incnrporatevi May 5, 1780. 
President, Plon. John Q,. Adams, LL. D. W.nshington. 
F. Prcs. Rov. J T. Kirkiand, D.D.LL.D. Cambridge. 



9n 


i| 


Record. Secretary^ Hon. Jaines rSavage, Boston. 


1 


\CoTres. Secretary, Hon. Edward Evernft, Charlestown.| 


irreasurer, Thomas L. Winthrop, Esq. Boston. 


; 


\Librarian 4 Cabinet Keeper^ SothBass. M.D. Boston. |j 


, The Library, consisting of 1500 volumes, is 


kept, 


and the meetings are holden, in Boston. 




1 

PRESIBE.NTS OF THE NEW-ENGLAND COLLEGES, || 


With the time of their induction, death or resignation of each, from'i 


^he ic'Jiidatiun of tho severai institutions. 


i 


HARVARD UJS-IFERSITY. 


1 


'inducted. Died or is 


isigned. i 


[1640 Rev. Henry Dunster 


1654 


;1654 Rev. Charles Chauncy, B. D. 


1672: 


11672 Rev. Leonard Hoar, M. D. 


1675 


iI675 Rev. Urian Oakes, A. M. 


16811 


168-2 Doctor John Roo-ers, A. M. 


1684' 


1685 Rev. Increase Mather, D. D. 


noi' 


1701 Rev. Samuel Willard, A. M., V. Pres. 


1707, 


1708 Hon. John Leverett, A. M., F. R. S. 


1724-; 


1725 Rev. Benjamin Wadsv/orth, A. M. 


1737- 


1737 Rev. Edward Holvoke, A. M. 


1769' 


1770 Rev. Samuel Locke D. D. 


1773 


1774 Rev. Samuel Lanirdon, D. D. 


1780' 


1781 Rev. Joseph Willard, D. D., LL. D. 


1804' 


1806 Rev. Samuel Webber, D. D. 


1810, 


1810 Rev. John T. Kirtland. D. D., LL. D. 




YALE COLLEGE, Conn. 




1701 Rev. Abraham Pierson, A. M. 


1707 


1719 Timothy Cutler, D. D. 


17221 


1727 Rev. Elisha Wilhams, A. M. 


1739: 


1739 Rev. Thomas Clap, A. M. 


1766; 


1766 Rev. Naphthali Daggett. D. D. 


1777! 


1777 Rev. Ezra Stiles, D. D., LL. D. 


1795) 


1795 Rev. Timothy Dwight, D. D., LL. D. 


1817' 


1817 Rev. Jeremiak Day, LL. D. 


j 


1 BROWjY uj^iversity, r, l 




11765 Rev. James Manning, D. D. 


i79i; 


|l792 Rev. Jonathan Maxcy, D. D. 


1802 



96 



1802 Rev. Asa Messer, D. D., LL. D. 1826 

182C Rev. Francis Wayland., D. D. 



DARTMOUTH COLLEGE. JV. H. 

;i7G9 Rev. Eleazar Wheelock, D.' D. died IT 

1779 Hon. John Wheelock, LL. D, removed 1.^ 
1815 Rev. Francis Brown, D. D. died 18: 

1820 Rev. Daniel Dana, D. D. resigned 182l[j 

1822 Rev. Bennct Tyler, D. D. resigned 182C 

WILLIAMS COLLEGE, Mass. 
1793 Rev. Ebenezer Fitch, D. D. 181£ 

1815 Rev. Zephaniah Swift Moore, D. D. 1821 

1821 Rev. Edward Dorr GriJ^in, D. D. 

BOWDOIjX COLLEGE, MAIKE. 
1792 Rev. Joseph McKeen, D. D. 180- 

18G7 Rev. Jesse Applcton, D. D. 18K 

1820 Rev. William Allen, D. D. 

UmVERSlTY OF FERMOJTT. 
1800 Rev. Daniel Clark Sannders, D. D, 181- 

1816 Rev. Samuel Austin, D. D. 182 

1 1822 Rev. Daniel Haskel, A. M. 182; 

1825 Rev. Willard Preston, A. M, 1821 

1826 Ja^ncs Marsh, A. M. 

MIDDLEBURY COLLEGE, VL 

1800 Rev. Jeremiah Atvv-ater. D. D. ISO! 

1810 Rev. Henry Davis, D. D. 181' 

1818 Rev. Joshua Bates, D. D. 

WATERFILLE COLLEGE, Mc, 

1820 Rev. Jeremiah Chaplin, D. D. 

AMHERST COLLEGE, Mass. 

1821 Rev. Zephaniah S. Moore, D. D. 182 

1823 Rev. Hcman Humphrey, D. D. 

TFASHIjYGTOJ^ COLLEGE, Conn. 

1824 Rt. Rev. Thomas C. BrowneU, D. D. LL. D. 



97 

COLLEGIATE RECORD. 

Commencement 

Last Wednesday in Aiig-nst. 
2d Wednesday in September. 
1st Wednesday in September. 
Wed. pre. last Wed. August. 
1st Wednesday in September. 
2d Wednesday in August. 
1st Wednesday in September. 
3d Wednesday in August. 
3d Wednesday in August. 



COLLEGES IJS^ THE MIDDLE AjXD SOUTH- 
ERN STATES. 

Founded Presidents 

Xew-Jeraey, N. J. ]73a Rev. James Chrnahan.D.D. 

Columbia, N. Y. 1754 Rev. William Harris, D,D. 

Union, N. Y. 1794 Rev. Eliphalet Nott, D. D. 

Hamilton, N. Y. Ibl2 Rev. Henrv iJavi?, D. D. 

Geneva, N. Y. 1826 Rev. Jasper Adams. 

Dickinson, Pa. 1783 Rev. V/illiara Neil, D. T). 

Hampden Sidney, Va. H^S Rev. Jonathan P. Cushino-. 
Greenville, Ten. 1794 

Georgia University, 1785 Rev. Moses WaddelL D. D. 



When founde 


Harvard,* 


1638 


Yale,t 


1701 


Brown, 


1764 


Dartmouth, 


1769 


Williams, 


1793 


Vermont Univ. 


1792 


Bowdoin, 


1794 


Middlebury, 


1800 


W^aterville, 


1813 


Amherst, 


1821 



*The whole number of Alumni of Harvard colle'^e 
since 1642, is 5173, among: whom may be numbered''2 
Presidents of the U. S., 2 Vice Presidents, 2 Secreataries 
of State, 3 of War, 1 of the Treasury, 2 Judges of the U.i 
S. 1 Attorney General, 10 Foreign Ambassadors, 24 Gov-|i 
ernors of State?, 20 Lieutenant Governors, 22 U. S. SenaJ 
tors, 29 Chief Justices, 41 Judges, 20 Presidents of Colle- ' 
ges, 47 Professors of Colleges. I 

tThe whole number of the Alumni of Yale College, i?! 
4054. Among them are, 1 Vice President, U. S. 2 Secre-i 
taries of Government, 2 P. Masters General, 3 Foreio-ni 
Ambassadors, 14 Governors of States, 14 Deputy Govern-| 
ors,56 judges of Superior Courts, 15 of whom are Chief' 
Judges and Chancellors, 24 U. S. Senators, 91 U. S. Rep- • 
'resentatives, 3 Signers Declaration of Independence 2' 
|Bishops,23 Presidents of Colleges, 49 Professors of Col-i 
|te^^3^__ i 



98 



TruDsylvaniii, Ky. i70o Rev. ^'homas TV! acauley, eject, 

A!ieg:any, Penn. 1C15 Rev. Timothy Aldeo, A. M. j 

Pcnnsylvaaia Univ. 1755 Rev. Rea?!py, D. D 

Jefferson, Penn. Rev. Brown, D. D. 



MILITIA OF FER^IICYT. 
The militia of the state consists of all the able boui- 
j ed males, with a few excejjtioiis made by law, between 
I the age of 18 and 45 years. Each soldier is required 
jto keep himself constantly provided with such arms 
i and equipments, as are necessary for actual service, 
and, by so doitjg, his poll is exempted from taxation. 
The whole militia is, at present, divided into four divi- 
sions, 10 brigades and 35 regiments, with from eigh. 
to 12 companies in each. Belonging to most of thej 
regiments are also one company of cavalry, one of ar-| 
Itillery and one of light infantry, and in many cases! 
' more than one of each. The governor is captain gcn-l 
I oral and commander in chief, and with the advice of, 
the council is to arrange the whole militia into divi- 
j sions, brigades, &c. and may from time to time, makej 
sucii alterations as he shall see fit. Each division is 
commanded by a major general, with a division inspec-i 
tor, a division quarter master and two aids; each bri-j 
gade by a brigadier general, with a brigade inspector, 
brigade quarter master, and one aid ; each regiment 
by a cobnel, lieutenant colonel and major, with the 
customary staff; and each company by a captain, lieu- 
tenant and ensign, with the customanynon-commision- 
ed officers. The major generals find brigadier gene- 
rals are appointed by the legislature. The field offi- 
cers are chosen by the commissioned officers of their 
respective regiments, and the several companies elect 
their own officers. The whole miUtia of the state a- 
mount to about 25,000. 

POPULATION 
There have been but four complete enumerationp 
of the inhabitants of this state since the organizatioii 
of its government, the first of which was in 1791. In 
1771, there was a census of the two counties cf Cum- 
berland and Gloucester, which then comprehended all 



the teritory uf Vermont between the Green jrlouiitains 
and the Conn.ecticut river. This census gave a popu- 
lation, in those two counties, of 3947, and the popula- 
tion of the, whole state was at that time estimated at 
about 7000. The results of the four subsequent enu- 
merations are exhibited in the following 
TABP.E. 



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100 

LITERATURE, 

There is scarcely a state in the Union in which use- 
ful knowledg-e is more generally diffused than in Ver- 
mont. Every town is divided into school districts in 
, which schools are supported during the greatest part 
of the year. A part, and in many cases all of the mo- 
ney for the support of these schools is raised upon the 
Grand List, in consequence q^ which our schools are 
open to the poor as well as the rich, and equal privile- 
ges are enjoyed by all. Possessing such advantages, 
a maq, or a woman, who is unable to read and write, 
is a prodigy indeed. Besides our common schools, we 
have one, or more, academies established in most of 
the counties in the state, where our youth can acquire 
a good English Education, or prepare for admission in- 
to college. We have also three higher institutions, viz. 
-The Vermont University, Middlebury College, and 
[The Vermont Acadeniy of Medicine, all of which are 
jllourishing seminaries. 

|! The University of Vermont was established at Bur- 
;jlington by an act of the Legislature passed November 
3, 1791. The act of incorporation was so altered in 
IB 10, as to increase the number of Trustees to 15 be- 
jsides the ex ofjicio members, and in 1823 the number 
I was increased in the whole to 28. Theea"o^"cwmem- 
jbers of tiie corporation are the Governor of the state, 
ijthe Speaker of the House of Representatives and the 
1 President of the University. The Trustees are ap- 
llpointed by the Legislature. This seminary went mto^ 
operation in the year 1800, under the Presidency of 
jthe Rev. Daniel C. Sanders. The College edi^ce,| 
completed in 1801, was an elegant brick building four] 
stories high, 160 feet long, 75 feet wide in the central 
part, and 45 on the wings, containing a Chapel, aPhi-i 
jlosophicai Hall, a MedicalHull, a Chemical Hall, a j 
Library, a Mu.seum with a Cabinet for Minerals, twoj 
Society Halls, a |lecitation Hall, and 46 rooms forstu-j 
^^dents. This spacious and valuable editice w^as acci-j 
dentally consumed by fire on the 27th of May, 1824. 

Middlehurji College was established by the Legisla- 
ture, November 1, 1800; and by the name of '^ The 



I President aud Fellows of Middlebury College,' the 
Trustees have all the powers of an independent Cor- 
poration and may elector remove the members of their 
own body. The number of Trustees is not limited by 
the actof mcorporation. The present number is about 
thirty. Instruction wasc-ommenced in this institution 
in the year loOO, under the Presidency of the Rev. 
Jeremiah At water. There are two College edifices; 
one of wood, containing the pubhc rooms and erected 
before the. Coliogo was incorporated; the other has 
heen built since, is of granular limestone, four stories 
higli, 105 feet long and 40 v/ide. containing 48 rooms. 
The Vernwnt Academy q/'J)/e'f^zci«« v."as incorporated 
by tJie Legislature, October 29, IGIS, and established 
at CastletoR. In October, 1819, the Legislature, by 
an additional act, gave to the President and Professors 
power to give and confer those honors and degrees 
usually given in such seminaries. Pubhc Lectures 
'were tirst given in this seminary in the fall of 1818. 
Convenient buildings are erected, containing room: 
for giving lectures and for the accommodation of stu 
■dents. 

i HISTORY. 

' Our limits will permit us to notice only a few of the ' 
most important particulars relating to the history of 
Vermont. It appears that the first discoveries, in this 
part ol the interior of North America, were made by 
Samuel Champlain, a French nobleman. After hav-i 
ing established a colony at Quebec, in the spring of 
1609, he proceeded up the St. Lawrence and river So- 
rell, and explored and gave his own name to lake; 
Champlain, which washes the western borders of Ver-,^ 
•mont. He was the first European, who ever visited . 
this territoiy. But notwithstanding this part -of the. 
country was thus early explored, a long period elapsed 
before any settlements were made- The first Euro- 
pean settlements were commenced along th«sea shore, 
and gradually extended into the interior. The French ; 
began a colony at Quebec, m 1608; the Dutch began' 
one at New-York, in 1614, and the British one at Ply- 
mouth, in 1620. These settiemctits continued slowk- 



lOi 



j \m . 

•to advance towards the territory of Vermont, but noj 
'settlement was made within the present limits of the 
state, previous to the year 1724. Tins year the pro- 
vincial government of Massachusetts built fort Dnm- 
mer on Connecticut river, in the county orWindham, 
jThe French were, in the mean time, making their ad- 
Ivances up the St. Lawrence. In 1731, they built a 
fort at Crown Point, and, at the same time, commen- 
Iced a settlement nearly opposite to it on the east side 
of lake Champlain, Tliis was the tirst European set- 
tlement within the state on the west side of the nioun- 
[tains, as that at fort Dmnmer was on the east. 

This tract of country lying between the provinces 
jof Great Britain and France, which, with their Indian 
jallies, were engaged in almost perpetual warfare ; its 
settlement became iiighly dangerous, and the progress! 
|of population was consequently, for some years, ex-! 
'tremely slow. In 1760, Canada fell into the hands of 
jGreat Britain, which put an end to hostilities in this! 
quarter, and to the danger of settling the country. — i 
From this period the settlement of the sta.te began to; 
advance with great rapidity. j 

The tract of country situated west of Connecticut; 
river, and now known by the name of Vermont, was |; 
originally claimed both by New Hampshire and New 
;York. Nevv-Harapshire began to make grants of town 
ships within this tract in 1649, at which time commen 
ccd a violent controversy between the two provinces, i; 
winch continued till the year 1764, when the matter 
was decided by the king and council infavourofNew-j 
York, and the western banks of Connecticut river de- 
clared t6 be the western boundary of New-Hampslnre.; 
jThe grants which had been made by the governor of! 
JNevv-Hampshire, during this period, had amounted to| 
jl38. TJicse grants, the government of New-York, by| 
a forced construction of tne royal decree, declared toi 
be void, and called upon the settlers to surrender their 
charters, and purchase new titles to their lands of the 
governor of New-York, at very exhorbitant prices. 
Some of the towns complied with this unjust requisi- 
ition, and took out aew charters, but the y generally re- 



fefc'JlU-J'/l-lWW'd-,, 



103 

fused. Upon this commenced the celebrated contro- 
versy between Vermont, then called the" New-Hamp- 
shire grants," and New-York, which was continued 
with great violence during a period of 26 years. Those 
lands which the settlers refused to repurchase, were 
granted to others by the governor of New -York, and 
actions of ejectment brought, and judgment obtained 
!against the settlers in the courts at Albany. The set- 
tlers soon found that they had nothing to hope from 
the customary forms of law, and, therefore, determin- 
ed upon resistance to the arbitrary and cruel decisions 
of the court, till his majesty's pleasure should be fur 
ther known. Having fairly purchased their lands of 
one royal governor, they were determined, not willing- 
ly, to submit and repurchase them of another, and when 
the executive officers of New- York came to eject the 
inhabitants from their possessions, they met with a- 
vowed opposition, and were not suffered to proceed in 
the execution of their offices. The settlers, who re- 
sisted, were consequently indicted as rioters, but the 
court at Albany found it impracticable to carry any of 
its decisions against the settlers into execution. The 
sheriffs were openly resisted, and, in some cases, cru- 
elly handled, and the New-York militia could not be 
prevailed upon to employ arms in compelling the sub- 
mission of their neighbors to such cruel mandates. 

At the head of the opposition were Ethan Allen and! 
Seth Warner; bold, enterprising, independent and un- 
daunted spirits, alike unmoved by threats, or flattery. 
By their writings and other means, they stirred up thei 
minds of the people, who met in the several towns, ap-j 
pointed commttees of safety, and concerted measures 
for the common welfare. It is a matter of regret that 
the record of the proceedings of these committees, is 
now lost. Their principal object was, however, resist- 
ance to the high claims of New-York. In 1774, the 
government of New-Y^ork passed an act which put an 
end to all prospect of reconciliation. It declared that, 
unless the offenders surrendered themselves to the au- 
thority of New-York within the space of 70 days, they 
ishould, if indicted for a capital offence, in a courtjof 



I 104 

jUiat colony, be convicted ot" felony, and sniTer death 
'without benefit of clergy. At the same time, a prcc- 
ilamation was is8iied by the governor, offering a reward 
lof 50 pounds for the u])prehension of Ethan Allen, Seth 
i Warner and six others vvL-o had distingnished theni- 
Iselves in the oppositictn. These measures only served 
ijto unite the settlers, and render them more resolute, 
land the controversy was continued without any abate- 
;nient till the war comnienced between Great Britain 
jand hor colonies, Vi'hich, probably, prevented the par- 
ities from proceeding to open hostilities. 
I The internal condition of Vermont was still unset- 
illed. She remained without any regularly organized 
[govcrnmertt, controlled by the arbitrary measures of 
I her Council of Safely. In Januar}^ 1776, they for- 
i warded a petition to Congress, settnig forth their dig- 
jogreeable situation and embarrassments. In answer to! 
ithis petition. Congress only recommended that they 
should continue peaceabl}'' under the government of 
'New-York till the contest with Great Britain should 
be ended. With this resolution of Congress, some of 
:the people were disposed to comply, others preferred a 
lunion with New-Hampshire, but the more resolute 
were determined upon establishing a govermnent for 
:themselve3. To ascertain the pubMc sentiment upon 
llhis subject, a convention of delegates from the sever- 
'al towns was called, which met at Dorset, July '24, 
:177t3, and adjourned to the 25th of September follow- 
ing, when il again met at the same place. At this 
'convention it was determined not to unite either with 
iNew-York or New-Hampshire, but to form an asso- 
jciation for their common defence and welfare. In Jan- 
luary, 1777, a general convention of delegates from the 
jlowns on both sides of the Green Mountains met at 
I Westminster, and on the IGth day of this month for- 
Imally declared the tract of country, usually denomina- 
jted the J\'ew-HampsJurc ^ranls^ a free and indepen- 
dent state by tlie name of Vermont. The first consti- 
tution of Vermont was established July 2, 1777, by a 
convention met at Windsor, and at the same time, a 



105 

Council of Safety* appointed to act until the organiza- 
tion of the government, which took place on the 13th 
uf March, 1778. 

At the first meeting of the Vermont Assembly, ap- 
plication was made by 16 towns, in New-Hampshire, 
to be admitted to a union with Vermont, and at the 
next meeting of the Assembly, which took place in; 
June following, a vote was carried in favour of the 
union. These measures being liktly to produce a se- 
rious controversy with the government of New- 
Hampshire, at their session in February, 1779, the 
Assembly found it expedient to dissolve the union. 
New- York still claimed jurisdiction over the territory 
of Vermont, and the same claim was now again set up 
by New-Hampshire ; and while Vermont was petition 
ing Congress to be admttted into the union, both these 
states were enforcing that body to a consideration of 
their respective claims, and the British were, at the 
same time, endeavouring to persuade the Vermonters 
from joining the coniederacy, and to induce them to 
place themselves under the royal protection. But 
Vermont paid very little attention to these transactions, 
'being now determined to be independent in the man- 
agement of her internal afiairs. 

The people of Vermont have ever manifested a de-' 
Itermined opposition to tyranny and oppression, and ' 
evinced an unshaken attachment to the cause of free-: 
jdom and the rights of men. The news of the com-; 
Imencement of hostilities at Lexington, on the 19th of! 
April, 1775, had no sooner reached this part of the 
^country than the Green Mountain B(yyi] v;ere in arms 
under the command of Col. E. Allen. Al the head 
of these Allen surprised and took the British fort at 



*A joiiraal of the proceedin^fs of this council is preserv- 
ed ia an interestinsf collection of Vermont State Papers, 
lately published by the Hon. Wm. Slade, jr. of Middlebu- 
ry. It breathes the genuine spirit uf the times, and affords 
a true portrait of our patriotic sires. 

I tThe Vermonters, are so callsd, on account of their re- 
Isidin^ Httiong the Gieen Mountains. 



j 106 

jTiconaeroga, on the 10th of May, 1775, without the 
;!oss of a man. The same day a party, under the com- 
jmand of Col. Soth Warner, took Crown Point, and an- 
joth'^r party surprised and look Skeensborough- In 
itho forts they found more than 200 pieces of cannon, 
ihovvitzers, and a large quantity of ammunition and 
Ijjuilitary stores. These events, togvther with the cap- 
ture of an armed sloop in the harbour of St. Johns, 
secured to tJie Americans the complete command of j 
lake Champlain. During the whole revolutionary! 
war, the Vermonters acted, in proportion to their 
numbers, a very conspicuous and distinguifihcd parr. ; 
Allen was taken prisoner on the 25th of Septemb^^r, ' 
in making a rash attempt upon Montreal, loaded with 
iirons, and sent to England, On the 31st of Octobc:,r 
Col. Warner, v.iHi 300 Green Mountain Boys, attack-: 
•ed and defeated Gen. Carlton, in an attempt to cross! 
'the St. Lawrence, at the head of 800 Canadians ano.' 
regulars. Carleton was obliged to retreat with pre- i 
k-ipitation to Montreal, and with the loss of a great | 
;number of his men. Many of the Green Mountain! 
jBoys served during the tu^o campaigns ia Canada, and: 
iisignaliaed themselves, in several important engage- 1 
jments. On the I6th of August, 1777, in conjunction 
[with the New-Hampshire militia, under the command 
of Gen. Stark and Col. Warner, ihey fought and com- 
jploLely defeated a detachment cf British troops at 
iBennington, under the comm.and of Col. Bauni. Inj 
iits consequences, ' Bennington Battle' may be regard 
jed as one of the most importasit engagements during; 
the revolutionary war. The continental army was 
'retreating before the* victorious Burgoyne, and the 
'stoutest lu;arts am.ong the Americans were beginning | 
jto despond. But this event infused new hope and new' 
'courage into the American bosom. The people im-i 
'mediately reviy3d from the paralysis into which they ! 
!had been thrown by a succession of defeats, and has-j 
tened to the standard of Gen. Gates, who was now, 
in a condition to dispute the progress of the British | 
army, and to whom on the 17th of October, the proud j 



107 

Burgoyne was willing to surrender his sword and the 
remnant of his 10,000 invincibles. 

Atler the termination of the war with Great Brit- 
^ain in 1783, the internal affairs of the state being in 
|a prosperous condition, Vermont felt but little solid-! 
tade about an admission into the miion. They chose 
'rather to wait until they should ascertain what was 
jlikely tobe the future policy of the federal govern-; 
|ment. The controversy with New- York Vv'as still con- 
itinued, but the parties were becoming more disposed! 
;to a reconciliation. In 1786, Vermont revised herj 
'constitution and form of government, and in 1790, the! 
ithe differences with New-York were amicably adjust-; 
led. It was mutually agreed that Vermont should pay 
!to the treasury of New- York the Pum of g30,000, in 
jtho consideration of which New-York should relin- 
jqnish all claim to the territory comprehended within 
Ithe present limits of Vermont. Early the next year, 
la convention was called to consider the expediency of 
tjoining the federal union. The convention met at 
Bennington, on the 6th of January, and, on the ques- 
tion being taken, a majority was in favor of a union. 
The Vermont Assembly met at the same place, on the 
1 0th, and on the 18th the Hon. Nathaniel Chipman 
and Lewis R. Morris, Fsq. were appointed commis- 
sioners to repair to Congress, to negociate concern- 
ing their adr:ission; and on the 18th of February, 
1791, Vermont was formally admitted into the union 
on the same footing with the other states, without a 
[dissenting vote. The constitution of the state was 
again revised by the Council of Censors, in 1792, and 
adopted in its present form (with the exception of the 
jarticle relative to the qualification of voters, which 
'was altered^y the late Convention) by a convention 
holden at Windsor, on the 4th of July, 1793. 

[ Thompson's Gazetteer.] 



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Established by act of Congress, passed March 3d, 1825. 

For a single letter, composed of one piece of paper, 
jfor any distance not exceeding 30 miles, 6 cents; over 
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108 

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exceeding 400 miles, 18 3-4 cents; over 400, 25 cents. 

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A packet the weight of one ounce, is charged the 
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J\''ewspaper Postage. 

Eor each newspaper carried not over 100 miles, 1 
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ioffice in the state in which it is printed, whatever the! 
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RECEIPT TO CURE THE CONSUMPTION. 

In the month of May gather the flowers from the 
Thorn bush; boil two "bunches of the blos^^om in half| 
a pint of milk, let it stand till it is about as warm as 
imilk from the cow; drink it the first thing inthemorn- 
ino-, and take a walk immediately afterwards. This 
receipt has performed many cures, and one thing 
most strongly recommens it, which is, the impossibil- 
ity of its being injurious to the complaint or to health, 
and therefore well worth trying. — J^Tewspaper. 



109 

FOR THE POLITIC AT. YEAR, 

Cammencinj^ October, 1828, and ending Octqher, 1029 



EXECUTiYE, 

HiS EXCEJ^LE.NCV 

SAMUEL. C. CRAFTS, 

GOVERNOR, Craftsbury. 

HIS HONCR 

HEJ^RY OlilJV, 

i<T. GGVERivoR, Leicester. 
COUNCILLORS. 
Bennington^ Miron Qeark, 

JVindliam, Samuel Ceark, 

/2utoi, j.^^^^^^ PIERPOI.NT, ^ 

JFindsor, Abner Forbes. 

Jlddiaon, Ezra Hovt, 

Orange, Jedediah H Harris, 

Chittenden, John C. Thcmpso?,', 

Washi'iigtoi], George WorthingtoNj 

Caledonia, Benjami*; F. Deming, 

Franklin, Seth WetmorEj 

Orleans, Ira H. Aelen. 

Geo. B. b'haw, Secretary, Panville. 

Benjamin Swan, Treasurer, Woodstock. 
Norman Williams, Secretary rf State, VVoodstqp.'f, 
David Peirce, Auditor, Woodstock. 

LEGISLATIVE, 

Hon. ROBERT B. BATES, Speaker, 

TiMOTHy MERaiEL, Esq. Cleric. 

Oramel H. BjfiTH, Esq. Engromng Ck^k, 

BENNINGTON COUNTY. 

Toims. Representatives. <3r. IA4.\ 

.Qrlitigton Anson Canficld ^12So4 6c' 

Bennington Noadiah S wif^ 26934 20 

if, T iii r I * iL^^— I I ." . ■ .. ■ JAJL.L-jj^ ' mij. M ' iwtni^ny.f 



...... no 1 


■ Dorset 


Stephen Martiudalo 


4915 IC' 


Landgrove 


David Wiley 


1823 2J| 


M'uichester 


John S. Pettibone 


1762& 12 


: Peru 


Reuben Bigelow 


1681 19 


Pownal 


John Wri^jhl 


11175 22 


Readsborougii 


Caleb Bailey 


1976 11 


Rupert 


Seth Moore 


14128 47! 


Sand gate 


Joseph Tuttle 


5202 46! 


Shaftsbtify 


HirnnV Barton 


18120 ^'57: 


. Stanlford 


DiJmon N. Stroud 


.2742 83' 


Stimlerland 


William Landon 


3478 95 


■ WhiliaU 


Nathaniel Mellen. jr. 


1929 45 


Woodford 


Joseph C. Holiister 


^1283 88. 


129907 52; 


WINDHAM county; " 




_ Acton 


Ebenezer Huntington 


97190 


Athens 


Timothy H. Whitney 


2679 36i 


Brattleboro' 


San:!uel Elliot 


17512 '07i 


Brook line 


VViiliam Perry 


1934 49 ': 


Dover 


E'bpneser Jones 


■-.J^ 172. .281 


Dummerston 


Joseph' Dnncari 


■'.9094 98:; 


Grafton 


William Stickney, jr. . 


89G9 OO: 


Cuiford 


Aaron Barney 


11882 76 


Halifax 


Jaiaes L. Stark 


7591 41: 


Jamaica 


AJpiieus Kelloe-g- 


6614 33! 


Limdondcrry 


liUther Stowoll 


4600 591 


Marlboro' 


Hubbard H. Winchester 


5995 38j 


^Yewfane 


Sylvo.nus Sherwin 


8921 16 


Putney 


David Cra^A^ford ' - 


10428 18'f 


HocJcingham 


Alexander S. Ciimpbell • 


-19L83 SCi 


Somerset 


Charles Morse --■^'-^^S ■." 


■llC0;4l| 


Stratton 


Richard Scott 


1112 GgI 


Towmkend 


Willian) R. Sht^^^ ^ 


878 4 28 1 

^842--r7S| 

■ 6088 43| 


Vernon 


Joseph Frankhri 


Wardsboro' 


Freeman Hoibrook > 


Westminster 


Mark Richards-: 


13837 pi ;| 


Wluiingkani 


Suneoii Morse 


7072 94, 



i 


111 




TFrlmin^lon 


liSncv Fnrbos 


7172 91 ! 


Windham 

j 


Daniel Cobb 


170715 iib\ 


go 701 7C59, 

t 


RUTLAND COUNTY. 


Bcr.-'jon 


John Kellon;;^ 


12972 221 


Brandon 


Matthew W. Sirchard 


12827 74 1 


Castldon 


"Reuben Moujton 


15302 80; 


Ckitienden 


.Tonas Wheeler 


3440 53! 


Clarendon 


Oziel H. Round 


'13553 37 


Danhy 


James M^^Daniel 


11684 02; 


Fairhavcn 


Irn Leonard 


5555 ol 


j Iluhbardton 


-Samuel Cheever / 


€030 61 


' Ira 

' -m/r ' 


Josliua Harrington 


3760 43 { 


Jdcndon 


Amos Robinson 


964 43 


J^Iiddleiovm 


Allen Vail 


7436 45 


Mount HoUey 


Isaac Dickerman 


7314 951 


Jloiait Tabor 


Samuel Baldwin, jr. 


1014 90 ! 


Orweil 


Tiiomas D. Hammond 


18159 43; 


Pawiel 


Return Strong 


17903 791 


PiiufipJd 


William R. Bio^:som 


3150 84^ 


Pittsford 


Cerman HDjnmond 


15656 72' 


PoiiUney 


Airnon Warner 


J 7398 06' 


Rutland 


George T. Hoilges 


22523 31' 


Shcrhurne 


Richard Eastcrbrooks, 


jr. 1401 27 i 


; Shrewsbury 


John Buckmaster 


7273 63 


' Su.dh'ury 


Joseph Wa. ner 


6256 12! 


Thimouth 


Thomas Porter, jr. 
AlUios Buckiin • 


7405 6'2! 


1 JP'allinsford 


11345 58; 


! Wells ' 


Seth Blossom 


5022 02^ 


West Haven 

■ 


Erastus Coleman 


5047 25: 
g,240547 40' 


WINDSOR COUNTY. 


, 1- 


.,'indover 


Edward Simons 


4890 341 


Baliimore 


Benjamin Faoe 


1149 95 i 


! Barnard 


Ebcnozer Richmond 


10962 07 ' 


j Bethel 


James Wallace 


12348'6l' 


Brhlgcicater 


Isaiaji Raymond 


6973 CO 


i Cavendish 


James Smith, jr. 


12122 17 











112 


j 


! Chester 


Riifus Bruce 


20528 09 1 


Hartford 


Wyllys Lyman 


18714 621 


Hartland 


Simeon Willard 


21173 50 


Ludlow 


Jonas Di'.nn 


757 a 00: 


Mjnckh 


Tiiomas I'lmerson 


162;>0 20 


Plym0v.th 


John Lakin 


4:;03 22; 


Porafret 

Re-admg 


Isaiah Tinkham, jr. 


10250 92 


Samuel C. Loveland 


10733 Co! 


Rochester 


Lyman Emerson 


3934 04 1 


Royallon 


I,Iarry Binghnm 


13670 02 i 


^haroii 


William Sreele 


10580 CO! 


Sprin-xfi'eld 

StoclS'ruis^e 


Samuel Vv. Porter 


17o00 00 


Norman Webber 


6313 03! 


Wecdhcrfiehl .Tohn Brown 


10014 36! 


tVeston 


John Wilder 


3051 03 1 


j iVindsor 


Thomas Leland 


29414 03' 


j WooodAock 


E,ichai*d M. Ransom 
ADDISON COUiNTY. 


25173 74 j 


Jg270ll9 93 


■AddisoA 


Anron Merrill 


12401 81', 


Bridport 


Zenas Myrick 


14159 56 j 


Bristol 


John Howden 


0709 56 


Cornvmll 


Horace Janes 


9943 12! 


Ferri^hurgh 


David Hazard 


137 IB 45 


i Qoskcn 




1974 14 


1 ITancock 


Charies Church 


1494 75 


1 Kingston 


Joel Rico 


1496 Q\ 


1 Leicester 


William Gile 


4563 09' 


I Lincoln 
1 Jliddkbury 


Hezekiali Hatch 


2501 42 


Robert B. Bates 


20899 44 


\ Monklon 


Johnson Finney 


0562 44 


JS^'ev'.havcn 


David P. Nash 


13426 35 


P.trJm 


Wiliiam H. Smijh 


4545 68, 


^Salisbury 
Skorcham 


Aaron Barrows 


631 i 04^ 


Silas H. Jenison 


103:."» 46 i 


Stnrkfifjoro^ 


Myron Bushnell 


4031 08 


Vergcnnes 


Noa; llawioy 


7206 42: 


|! JValthara 


Solomon Hobbs 


£709 14 i 


1 fy'arrcii 


Jose|ih A. Ilyzer 


3254 10: 


H JVeyhridge 


Joseph Hay V, urd 


6566 62, 






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1 


113 




jl Wkiiing 


Mouiton Needhani 


5031 9i! 


^170775 06! 




ORANGE COUNTY. 


j 


Bradford 


Jesse Merrili, 2d. 


10&29 28 ! 


Brainlree 


WiJJiani Ford 


6150 26 1 


Brookfiekl 


Frederick Griswold 


11200 56 1 


Chelsea 


Ilarr}' Hale 


12170 49! 


Corinth 


^Stephen Eaton 


13923^ 10; 


Fairlce 


Phinehas Bailey 


3333 79 1 


.Newbieri/ 


Timotliy Shedd 


15427 12 1 


Orange 


Luther Carpenter 


3677 00 1 


Randolph 


Jacob K. Parisli 


23022 69 


SiraJ'ord 


Martin Barrett 


13588 10 


Tkctford 


Sin:eon Siiort 


13640 61 


Top sham 


.Tonathan Jenncss 


6133 99 


Tunhridge 


Eli Austin 


13523 63 


Vershire 


George W. Malt by 


0122 2l\ 


JFashinq-ton 


Asa Burton 


6742 30 j 


West Fair lee Isaac Lyon 


4181 331 


Williamsloion Abijali Wiiite 


10943 70 1 






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g 1 76411 07 


CHITTENDEN COUNTl 


Bolton 


John Pineo 


1608 06 


Burlington 


Benjamin F. Bailey 


27097 07 


Charlotte 


Nathaniel Newell 


15249 17 


Colchester 


Noah Wolcott 


6577 93! 


Essex 


Samuel Bliss 


G472 19I 


Hineshurgh 


Nathan Leavenwortk 


11191 21 


Huntington 


John Judson 


3384 04 


Jericho 


Truman Galusha 


0452 -37' 


Mamjield 


Ivory Luce 


-732 45 


Milton 


Levi Smith 


14277 10 1 


Richmond 


Nathan Fay, jr.. 


6218 681' 


Siielburne 


Hyman Holg,bird 


11206 98 


St. George 


Horace PerrJs 


1255 58 


Underhill 


William Barney 


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1 Wesiford 


Dan forth Wales 


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WASHINGTON COUNTY, 

Bdrrc Peter Nichols 

Berlin Jarnec! H. Lo.ngdon 

fjalais Prtrdon Janes 

Buxbury Ira Arms 

Elmore Jonathan Eridj^e 

Faystoii Jotham Carpenter 

Jilarshfield William Martin 

JUiddle.KX JotiioJ.1 Hulden 

^Mcntpelier William Ilpham 

Moretown John Foster 

mnhficld Charles Faino 

Plamjietd Jeremy Stone 

Roxburtj CharleB Sampson 

Slotoe Daniel M-oody 

JFaiUfield Jenison Jones 

Waterbury Amasa Pride 

Worcester Nathan Adams 



CALEDONIA COUNTY. 

JBarnet Hugh Somers, '2d 

Burke Ebenezer Darlin<x 

Cabo't Jeremiah Babcock 

Danvillk Aug'ustine Clarke 

Graton David V anco 

HcirdwicJc Elnathan Strong 

Kirby Orin Carj>enter 

Lyndon, Job Rajidall 

•■■^s^'einnrk Philemon Plartwell 

Peachani Josiah Shedd 

Myegate W'illiani Gray 

Shejfield Joseph II. Ingalls 

•Si. Joknsbury Ariel Aid rich 
Thomas True 
Nathaniel Famngtofi 
Svlvanu3 Hemmino'\vi3.v 
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1 Bakersjleld 


Azaiiah Corse, Jr. 


5008 63 


\ Belviclere 




836 4t)l 


i Berkshire 


Cromwell Bowen 


5G65 91 


Cambridge 


Nathan Sinilie 


05r.9 56 


EnGF.buri^h 


Jehial R. Barnum 


5488 Gl 


F(urfa.c 


James Farns worth 


^360 15 


Fairfield 


J cab Smith 


8221 82 


i Fletcher 


Ira Armstrong 


3676 75 


\ Franklin 


Z^-'Ti Cushrnan 


3942 5^ 


\ Gcorp.ia 


Elijah Dee 


15949 96 


[ Highgatc 


John Ave rill 


7940 94 


■ Johr.son 


Solomon Balch 


4546 CI 


JMonfgomery 


Samuel Lnsk 


1742 24 
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■ Richford 


Jonathan Carpenter 


] Shatdon 


James Mason 


8324 57 


Stcrlin^T' 




1194 40 


St. Albans 


John Smith 


14971 66 


Siranton 


Timotiiy Foster 


11344 14 


Waterville 


Luther Poland 


1833 97! 


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I Albany 


Dyer Bill 


2532 3o 


Barton 


John Kimball 


3016 53 


Broxcningion 


Jasper Robinson 


2577 22: 


Craftshury 


Augustus Young- 


1382 54) 


\ Coventry 


Calvin Harmon 


2655 74 


■ Charleston 


Eiisha Biogham 


4970 62 


1 Derby 


Charles Kingsbury 


7983 20 


\ Eden 


Eli Hindjj, jr. 


1162 13 


■ Glover 


John BoaTdman 


2857 93 


I Greensboro' 


Samuel I-IiU 


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\ Holland 


Truman rairchild, jr. 


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i Hydepark 


Theophihj3 W. Fitch 


2486 61 


i Irasbaro;h 


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■ .ley 


-Madison Keith 


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i KcUyvale 


William Colby 


923 99 1 



J^lorg((,n 

jyiorrisioitm 

Mexoport 

Salem 

Troy 

WcstficM 

Wolcott 



Hrunsurtck 

Canaan 

Concord 

Granhy 

Guildhall 

Lcmingion 

Limenbvrgli 

J\Iaidstcme 

MineJiead, 



John Harding 
Luther Bing'ham 
Eliae East man 
Noyes Hopkinson 
Samuel H. Hovoy 



ESSEX COUNTY. 
David Hyde 
JeKse Goopcr 
Ardiibald Tnggard 
Jo(?I Basset 
.ToJu) Dewey 
Joseph Downer 
John Chandler' 
Jesse Hugh 
Aden Bartlett 



GRAND ISLE COUNTY. 

Allmrgh William L. Sovvles 

Grand Isle Samuel Adams 
A'^otih Hero Benjainiri Butler, 2d. 
Sonih Hero Bird Landon 
Kineyard Ira Hill 



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Rev. Jonathan Woodman, Sutton, Chaplain. 
Rav/sel R. Keith, iVIentpelier, S/ierf^. 
David P. Webster, Montpelier, Mes.^mger. 
William Billings, do Doorkeeper. 

Calvin J. Keith, do Librarian. 

Alvan Cartar, ) ^^, ^ ,. „ 

Arauuah Marshall, ( ^■^'''''^' ""f ^"' ^^'''''' 

-.TUBICIAL. 
The judiciary powers of the state are vested in a 
IJ Isupreme eonrt, consisting cf five justices, chosen e.ve- 



in 

rv vear, by the lefrislatiire ; a county court, consisting 
oVthrPo i'lsticos, the chief ji'stice beinnroneof the jns: 
ticcs of the snprerne court, ciioscn in thesamomaniier, 
jwha hol.l courts twice a year in their ret^prctive coun- 
ties; and justices of the peace appoint-jd in the same; 
manner. 

SUPREME COURT. 

Hon. lliCiiARi> Sklnnf.k, Chief J v slice. 
Hon. t^\Mi;:-L Prenttss, Isf, ~\ 
Hon. Titus Hutchinso.n-,-£(I, [ Assistant 
Hon. Katf.s Turnkr, 3d, { Justices. 

Hon. Ehiiracm Paddock, 4'ih, j 



B«^-NNl>GTON county. 

N.than Burton } ji^^^,^^^^ j,,,;^,^,. 

.Jnunthan L. Robinson, S 

R«muci Cnnfieid, ^kcrijf. 
I Aaron Dcnin, JTi Ri^h Baili^. 

j Phiueas Smith, SlaWii Attorney. ! 

'iMilo L. Bennett, Judge of ProbdUfor the District of ' 
! Manchester. 

jSylvanus Dantbrtli, JuJp! of Probate for the District 

of Bennin-L^ton. 
j Cyrus ?.Iunson, Aaron Baker, Leonard Sargsnnt, 
|coiri!iii?£ioners of jail deilver}'' for I^IancheFter district. 
1 Truman Squicr, .Tededich Dewey, John Norton, 
|coinmiGsioriers cf jail delivery fox Beniiing"ton district. 
j Sylvauus Danforth, Sylvanus Sykes, Peter Dudley, 
iJulius Beebe, Reuben 8miih, road commissioners. 
jusrrcFs or the T'KAcf,, 
A^rHngton. Sylvester Deming-, Reuben Barney, 
iCy.-us Caniield, Samuel Wilmott, Astihel Hurd, JoSm 
Arnold, Martin C Doming-. - 

Bennington. Daniel Church, Henry Robirson, Wil- 
liam Henr}', Austin Harmon, jr., Jonathan B. Norion, 
Henry Harwood, Luiaan Norton, Uriah Kdorerton, 
jSteboins Walbridge, Sanrl H. Blackmer, John "Hicks. 
JnnjoG Hubbei!. 

Dorset. John Cochran, Robert Bloomer, Gurdon 
B. Southard, Azel Morsp. 



ns ■ 

Jlanciiesitr. Joei Fraii, Leonard Sargeaiit, Wil- 
liam Smith. Chester Clark, Lorain Dean., VVilliani 
Beaedict, Gideon Uurritt, Alexander Robinson, Joshua 
French, Ja'fi WheaXon, John Aiken, J. S. PeUibone. 

Poimial. Tin5ol.hy Ware, Nathan Varin, Elijah , 
jBarber, Ezra Mor.tran. Ethan Brown, David Gardner, 
illonamon P. Elaiiehard. Aiig^nstus StarkvYcatJicr, Jo- 
siah 
I Isaac Kimball, Joljn Mooar. 

Rupert. -Grove Moor, David Sheldon, jr., Bernice] 
|Rayinond, Henrj'- Sheldon, Joseph Parker. 

Re'Xihboroug-k. Richard Carpenter, Henry Hoi- 
brook, Horace Thompson, Erastns Hall. 

Shcrfisburu. Jacob Whitman, John H. Olin, Na- 
than L. Cross, Elias Wheeler, David Colvin. Jeremi- i 
"'ah Malteson, Peter Matteson, Wright Spencer, Na- } 
jthan H. Bottom, Gardner Barton, jr. Hirarn Barton. ; 
Stamford. Otis Philips, ThomasBratton, John L. 
jWihnavth, Stephen C Millerd. ;l 

I Sand gate. Thomas Peck, Ira Hurd, John H. San- 
derson. 

Sunderland. James A. Graves, Joel Kinney, Sim- 
eon Hicks. 

' Woodford. William Park, Arnold Woodward, Eli- 
jsha Lyon, Joseph C. Holiister, Jenninj^s Rider. 

Peru. Peter Dudley, Josiah Barnard, Samuel Stone. 
Landgvove. Gideon Davis, jr., Reuben Holt, jr.' 
Simeon Leland, Asa Utley. 

Winhali. Nathaniel Mellen, jr., Reuben Brooks 



Assistant Justices. 



WIKDNHAlvr COUJN'Ty. 

John Roberts, 
James L. Stark, 
Paul Chase, Sheriff. 
Aaron Barney, High Bailiff. 
Alexander S.^ Campbell, Stale's Allorneij 
[Lemuel Whitney, Judge of Probate Jot the District of 

jYlarlhoro\ 
Horace Baxter, Judge of Probate for tht Di&trici of, 
Westminster. . . | 



Martin Field, Jo«iah Taft, Sylvanus Shervven, conimis^ 

sioners of jail delivery. 
' Peter R. Taft, liomy Clark, James L. Stark, Tirn- 
.othy H. Whitney, William R. Shafter, road commis- 
sioners. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Athens.— Tiiiwthy H. Whitnev, Abraham Ball. 
Thadeus Alexander, Warren Tinkham, Daniel Ful-' 
ler,. James Bailey, Joseph Tinkham. [ 

. Acton.— EbenezcY Huntington, Lemuel Farvvell. 
. Brattleboro'.—Lenmel Whitney, . Elnatlian Allen, 
J^mes Elliot, Russel Fitch, Stephen Grcenleaf, Fran- 
cis Goodhue, Epaphroditus Seymour, Henry Clark, 
Bmerson Goodenoug-li, Levi Sloddard, John Pkiin- 
mer, Daniel Mixer, Asa Green, Wilnam F. Hall, Eli- 
sha H. Allen, Samuel Root. Samuel Elliot. 

BrookHnf. — Alvan Boyden, Samuel Stebbins, Asa 
jFiint, Israel Whitney, VVilliam Perry. . 

Dover. — Abner Perry, Gardner How, Abraham 
Jones, Aaron P. Perry, David Burr, Nathan Dean,' 
Ebenezer Jones. 

Dunimej'ston.—Mairsh^]] Miller, Asa Knight, Samu 
el Knight, Asa Boyden, David Bemis, Joseph Dix, Jo-i 
,siah Taft, Joel Chandler, Enos Leonard, Rufus Moore, :| 
iA.sa Dutton, jr. Joseph Duncan. 

Grff/^072.— Benjamin Dwinnell, Thaddeus Taylor,'; 
Barzillai Burgess, Nathan Wheeler, Artemas Spring 
Samuel Walker. 

Guilford. — John Phelps, Samuel Sikes, Joshua 
Lynde, Cyrus Carpenter, Ward Bu.'lock, Benjami 
'VV. Stevens, AmosHart, Dana Hyde, James Noyes, 
Isaac Brov/n, jr. Samuel Cutting, Aaron Barney. 
I Halifax.—'DRviuB Bullock, Samuel IL Miner, Asa- 
jliel Ballou, Daniel Jones, Isaac Worden, W^illiam 
jPlumb, Geo. Boardman, Rufus Chase, Jedediah Stark. 

Jamaica. Ezra Livemiore, Timothv Goodale, Na- 
tKaniel Robbins. Amos Howard, 2d, Peter R. Taft, 
Sftniuel Barry, Ze.oies Skinner, James Bro'.vn, jr. Al- 
pheus Kellogg. 

Londonderry. 'Samuel Arn61d, Tyler Tinkham, 
'Jr^hn Aik'-n. John Gibson, Lawrence Pierce, Thos. 



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S. Vial, Joseph Crosby, jr. Lev;. Jones, Lutiier Stow- 
ell. 

Marlborough. Jonas Wliitney, Oshea Smith, Da 
vid Mather, Jesse Cone, Hubbard H. Winchester 
Samuel Philips. \ 

J^eufane. Martin Field, Natlian Stone, William 11. 
Willams, Ephraim Pari^, Ebenezer Morse, Pardon T. 
Kimball, Paul Holland, Henry Wheelock, David Mer- 
riiield, Benj. Orrnsbee, Walter Eajjer, S. Shervvin. 

Putney. Asa Washburn, James MinoU, Horace 
Bliss, Alexander Campbell, Asa Keys, 2d. Otis Ha- 
ven, Joseph Winslovv, James Fairbauk, Asa Hough- 
ton, Phinehas White, David Crawford. 

Ilockingham. David Campbell, Peter Willard, Eb- 
ene7.er Locke, Bonj. Smith, jr. Ale^^bnder S. Camp- 
bell, Calvin Webb, Esekiel Weston, Henry Lake, jr. 
Solomon Wright, Horace Baxter, Daniel Kellogg, 
ijouatlran D. Bradley, David Chandler, Artemas Rob- 
bins, Hiram Davis, Manass^h Divoll. 

SlraUon. Richard Scott, Abel Grout, Moses For- 
rester, Asa Philips. 

Somerset Haseiton Rice, Jotham Pike, Samuel 
jWortliington, Ephraim Rice, Luther x'Vlden, Charles^ 
Morse. 

Townshend. Caleb Garfield, Charley Phelpi?, Cha 
pin Howard, Joseph Tyler, Arad Holbrook,Dana Bai- 
ley, Epaphroditu^ Ransoni, Joel Chamberlain, Bar- 
nard Sahsburv, Thomas Brown, Jacob Allen, jr. 
Wm. R. Shatler. | 

Vernon. Cyru^ Washburn, Nathan Wood, Joseph 
Franklin. 

Wardshorough. Jonathan Robinson, Asa Wheerj] 
lock, Pearly Fairbai^k, Joseph Converse, Thomas Bar- 1 
ber, Peter Hammond, Freeman Holbrook,Ros\ve]lM. J 
Field, Leland Fairbank. _ . ij 

Wesbninsier. Ephraim Hanney, Abiel Goodell, jr. 
Ellery Albee, John Smith, Josep^h Ranney, Josiah 
Wiiiard, Stephen Tuthill. 

iFhithis-ham. Amos Brown, Elisha Putnam, Cbs. 



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;K. Denison, iNaLiian lirovvn, ileiiry Uiuciuu, iiiuifcon 
Morse. 

Wilmington. Jairus Hal!, Philo Castle, Chs. K. 
jField, Geo. Breckenridge, John Pulsipher, Eph. Ty- 
ler, Azor Smith, Richard Wasie, Rasseil Fitch, Laii- 
cy Forbes. 

Windham. Richard Kelly, Samuel Goddard, Tim- 
othy Burton, John Woodburn, Zadock Sawyer, Niles 
i-Aidrich, James White, Daniel Cobb. 

RUILAND COUr^Ti'. 

Henry Hodocs, ) ^ ■ , ^ r ,■ 
T^Kr,'t) n i^'. -„ )■ Assistant Justices. 
John r CuiDurn, ^ 

Jonathan Dike, jr. Sheriff. 

Chauncey Thrall, Higii Bailiff. 

Jonas Clark, State's Attorney. 

Obadiah Noble, y. Judge of Probate for the District] 

of Rutland. 

John Stanley, Judge of Probate for the District of 

Fairhaven. \ 

Robert Pierpoint, William Hall, James D. Butler, com- ; 

missicaers of jail delivery. | 

ReubeJi Moulton, John Ruggles, Isaac Griswold.j 

David Young, David Holden, road commissioners. j 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. . | 

Benson. Isaac Griswold, Isaac Norton, Chauncy: 
^ Smith, Jesse Parkin, Asa Young-, Grin Dickinson,' 
I'john Kellogg'. 

}\ Brandon. Josiah Parmenter, Ciiester (joss, Asa! 
[^Blackmer, David Sanderson, Matthew W. Birchard,| 
fi Wolcott H. Keeler. 

f{ Casileton. John Mason, Josiah G. Harris, Selah H.| 
|i Merrill, Ezekiel Buel, Reuben Moulton. I 

Ij Clarendon. Thomas Stewart, Horatio Beal, Thos.i 
1 Tower, Lewis Walker, Joseph A. Hays, Frederick' 
''utton, Daniel S. Ewing, Henry Marsh, Silas Bow ■ 
■ . .1, Oziel H. Round, Silas W. Hodges. ; 

y Chittenden. Thos. Manley, Dan Dike, Moses ?. j 
'^iVemp, Jonas Wheeler, Moses Randall. ' 

:i Danby. Barton Bromley, Ira Vail, Elijah Bull, Da- ' 
I vitTYoung, David Griffith, James M'Daniel. | 



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Fatrhavm' Barnabas Eliis, Moses Golton,- Tilly 
iGilbert, HeriDon Stannart!. 

Ilubbardton. Seth \Vallis, Henry J. Horton, Ira 
JeiiJiijjgs, Samuel Cheever, David IJarber. 
I Ira. Preserved Fish, Whipple Martin, l^rw'in Col- 
lins, Rasseli Fish, Slukejy TJiornton, jr. Belah Bf^uJ- 
!ton, Josiiua Harrington. 

MoiMhoUij, NaUian T. Spray^ne, Stephen Tuck- 
er, Marvel Johnson, Homer Earl, John White, Isaac 
Dickennan. 

Mounttabor. Caleb Buffum, Silas Barrett, Samuel 
Paldivin, jr. 

J^endon. Nathan Fisher, Rufus Richardson, Ed- 

iiward Miizzy, Amos RobinsOn. 
j Jliddleiown. Jonas Clark, Gideon Miner Jacob 
iBurnam, Joriathan Barce, Allen Vail. 

Orwell. Joab Smith, Dorus Bascoinb, Rosweh 
JBarlovv, Jr. Ruluff White, 2d.- Ira Young, David Cut- 
tin<2:, jr. Israel Smith, Thos. D. Hammond. 

Pillsford. Gordon Newdl, Jonathan Warner, I- 
saac VVheedon, I^aac Breesee, Lyman Granger, Sani- 
uel Fairfield, jr. Samuel II. Kellogg, Thos. F. Boguej 
Abel Penfield. 

Piitspld. Erastus Holt, Eleazer B. Rockwell, 
Wra. R. Blossom. 

Puullney. Amos Thompson, Klisha Ashley, Wm.j 
Ward, Saoiomon Gidding's, Wm. L. Farnum, Joel Bea- 
man, Moses G. Noyes, A^mon Warner, John How. 
I Pawlet. John H.'Andrus, Oliver HaakSjiNathaniel 
Harmon, Joseph P. Upham, Elisha Allen. 

Rutland. Moses Strong, Gershom Cheney, Chauu- 
cy Thrall, Benj, liord, Moses Lester, Francis Slason, 
Williajp Page, Edmund Douglas, N«\than Osgood, 
Ambrose L. Brov^^n, Rodney C. Royce, John Purdy, 
Robert Temple, Amherst I^ee, Jienaing Chatterton, 
Issachar FfCed, Benjamin Smith. 

Sudbury. Peter Reynolds, Thos. W. Hyde, Enoch 
Smith, jr. Josfph Warner. 

Sherburne. Albro Anthony, Josiah Wood, Wm. 
Lewis, Richard Easterbrooks, jr. 

Shrewsbury, David Holden, Elijah Holden, John 



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ivifbnrn, Ziclon Etison, Ziba Aiciricu, jr. John Huck- 
master. 

TinmovVu Obadiah Noble, jr. Chad I'hilips, Lu- 
cius Crampton. 

WaU'm^forJ. Mosely Hall, Eliakim II. Johnson, 
Alexander Miller, WilHam, Kent, Wiiiiam ?>lnrsh. 

IVcHhnven. Jonathan Arms, Artems.s Wymon, 
S. J. Hitchcock, D. B. Phippinel, Erastns Co;?.n)au. 

Wtlls. Seth Blossojn, Raynioni Hatchk'is, Aaron 
B. Tyldr,ShubaelLarnb. 

TVINDSOn COU^TT. 

Ahnor Forbes, ) ,. • ...^. 7„,,v^« 

Samuel vV. Porter. ^ 
Asanh FJoicher, Sherijj': 
John A. V mil, I^ir'^Ba-ilf: 
Wy]\ys Lyrcan, State'-' ^'I'Jjiyjcr/, 
Jonathan Whipple, Jud::': cf Prolate for the Dutrict 
of Wiruisor. \ 

Isaiah Raymond, Judge rf Probate for the District of 
Hartford. j 

Benjan\in Swan, Simon Warron and JobLyiiian,com-| 
rniesioner-j of jail delivery. 
Edward Simons, Danii^l Ri\% John Brown, Theoph 
iius Hoit, Chester Baxter, road commissioner^-. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Andf)Tei\ Samuel Clark, Joseph Dwls^'s, Ch3. W 
.Ciiandler, Orrin Hazeltine-, Edward Simons. 

Daldniore. Jonathaq Woodbury, Joseph Ather 
ton, jr. 

Barnard. Jo]in Foster, Luther C!>anGY, Jos. B. 
Danforth, Benj. Briggs, Charles Walcotf, Lyman 
Steward, Alpheus Howe. 

{ Byids:ewater. James Walker, David ThoiDp-scu. 
Tiios. V. Vose, Isaiah Raymond. 

BeUicl. Stephen Cleavelaixt, Jonathan Marsh, 
Th(w. P. Ruseeil, Samuel Liliie, Daniel Lillie, Wal- 
ter Perrin, Luther Grnver. 

} Cavmdish. Jesso Adams, Samuel Adams, Jabez 
^Proctor^ Christopher Webber, Asa Wheeler, Hor- 



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!ac(i Fletcher, Josiali Gilson, L-^vi Jaoliman, Amos 

jWheeler, Abel Baldwin, Janios Smifli, jr. 

i Chester. Amos Heald, Daniel Onion, Thos. T. 

ijBarrett, Jophoa Iceland, Josiah Barnes, Enos Lovell, 

jr. Dexter Field, Jabez Sargeant. 

Ij LiuIJov\ Asabel Smith, Arioch Smith, Jesse Bai 

jley, Reuben Washburn, Stephen Cinnmings, Arteracs 

fSpaff-ird, Thomas Ke^'os, Joshua Warner, AsaS. Bar- 

iton, Jonas Dunn. 

I .Koriz'ich. Don J. Erigham, Moses Davis, Jacob 

iBnrton, Joseph Emergen, Harvev Burton, W^aterman 

lEnswortl), Ira Baxter, Daniel fI Kimball, Seth Hall, 

jHesekiah Goodrich, Samuel Coit, John 3. Paine, Eb- 

i'jenezer Spear, 5d. 
! Plymiuih. Emanuel Saw3'-er, Asa Bri^'gs, jr. Levi 
'Slack, Samuel Paore, John Lakin. 

Pom/ret Ihnvcy Hewett, John E. Doten, Will- 
jiam Gibson, jr. David Chandler, Luther Goff. Isaiah 
!|Tinlcham, jr. Kimball Rnss. 

Reading. Thos. F. Hiinimond, David Kapgood, jr 
Jonathan Shedd, Samuel C. Loveland, Ciiarles Buck. 

Rochester. Ephraim Bricrgs, John CnaiToe, Lyman 
Emerson, J_iUther Waters, Sidney S. Hemmenway. 

Sprinsjield. Asahel Powers, Eusha Bisbee, Beza- 
jleel Wood, William Thayer, jr. John Field, Nomlas 
Cubb, Phinehas T. Wale's, David Brown, David Lov- 
jcll, Noah Safford, Russell Burke, John Boynton, jr. 

Stockhridge. Rufus Lyon, Joel Cooper, Elislia P. 
Perkins, Samuel Belcher, Benjamin Coleman, Justin 
Morgan, Dwight Gov. 

Ilarffnrfl. James Tracy, Hezekiah Hazen, James 
Udall, Abel Barron, John Downer, Free-grace Leavitt, 
Zerah Brooks, Ira Tcnny, Harvy F. Leavitt, John 
Strong, VVvilys Lyman, Zobulon Delano, Phinheas 
KimbalL 

Hnrlland. Edward Swan, Asa Weed, Jabesh Hun- 
ter, Daniel Denison, Sylvester Marcy, David Webster, 
Daniel Ashley, Elias Bates, Samuel Wecden, Sullivan 
{Marcy. 

RoyaUon. Elias Stevens, Rodolphns Dewey, Dan- 



iej Rix, Moses Cutter, Jonathan Kinney, Oei liiUiiigs 
Oliver VVills, Silas Packard, Eiisha Rix. 
; Sfiarort, Reuben Spalding-, John Baldwin, Free 
tiian Holt, jr. Rodolphr.s Brown, 8. Shuttlawort.'i^ jr 

Windsor. J. II. Hubbard, Aya Aikin, Samuel Sbut-i 
ileworth, Allen Wait. Chs. Leavens, Luther Mills. 
Daniel Reod, Carloss Coolidge, Wnu G. Hunter, Th. 
Leland, Rufus Root, jr. Francis E. Phelps. 
j fFealhersfie/d. Thomas Prenties, Joshua Upham, 
Amos Hulett, Nahum Duncan, Joseph R. VVillian>s. 
[Barnabas Dean, Ebenczer Shedd, Daniel Bowcn, 
*Dcxter Smith. 

Weston. Henry Gray, Henry Lovejoy, Amos N. 
Burton, John Wilder. 

[ Woodstock. Benjamin Swan, Henry C. Denison, 
Walter Palmer, Job Lyman, Sylvester Edson, Gains 
Perkins, Jesse Williams, Holland Simmons, Beia 
jSimmons, Samuel Damas, Asa Wheeler, Billy Brown, 
-\raos Warren. 

/.ODISON cou>'Tr. 
I DorastuB Wooster, } ^^^^.^^^^^ j 

E. vv . Judd, ^ 

Sej'mour Sellick, Shcrifj\ 
John Hovtden, High Bailiff. 
Georire Chipman, State's Attornetj. 
Samuel Sv.ift, Judge of Frobaie for the District of 

Jlddison. 
Ezra HoytyJugde cf Probate for the Distriql cf JSTew 

Haven. 
Joel Doolittle, Samuel Swift, Charles Lindsley, corn 

n:ission?rs of jail delivery for Addison cotrnty. 
! Noah Kawlcy, Samuel B. Booth, John H, Sherrill 
[commissioners of jail delivery for the city of Vergennes. 
'. JoiiathanHoyt, jr. Jonathan Hagar, Henry Soper, 
'Silas II. Jenison, and Marshall S. Doty, road commis- 
sioners. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Addison. Arza Crane, Henry Smith, William H. 
Pickett, Jonas N. Benedict, Henry Breevort, Aaron 
Jackson, Gideon Segur, jr. 

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Bridport. Benjainin Miner, jr. Calvin Solaco, 
Gardner Converse, Reuben Gillet, jr. Ebenezer Allen, 
iJoseph C. Eldridge, Augustus Grosvenor, Ruesel 
! Walker, Caleb Smith. 

Bristol. John Ilowden, Robert Holly, Lnthcr 
Newcornb, Rufus H. Barnard, Henry Soper, Philetus 
Pier, Winter H. Holley, Amos Eddy, Uriah Hoyt, 
Horatio Needham, Daniel E. Parmelee, Gershoiri 
Hall. 

Cornwall. Horace Janes, Horace Linsiey, Asahel 
Bingham, Jesse Ellsworth, Chauncey Cook, William 
Hamilton. 

Ferrishurgh. Thcophilus Middlebrooks, Stoddard 
Martin, Russell Rogers, Allen Adams, Caleb Sher- 
man, Stephen Beach, Archibald Collins, Noah W. 
Porter, Ira Tupper, Seth Warner. 

Goshen. James Fitis, Nathan Carr, William C. 
Mead, Wrn. Carlisle, 3d. 

Hancock. Charles Church, Zerah Barnes, Charles 
G. Robbins. 

Kingston. Joseph Patrick, Thos. Wing, Benjamin 
Finney, Isaac Parker, John Peak, Ransom Becket. 

Lincoln. John Bush, Oliver W. Burnhaui, Isaac 
Hustin, Peter Johnson, Isaiah Green, Levi Downing. 

Leicester. William Gile, Gideon Dyer. 

Middlehury. Robert B. Bates, Samuel S. Phelps, 
Seth Storrs, Peter Starr, Samuel Swift, John Sim- 
mons, Nathan Case, Martin Everts, James Jev»'ett, Hi- 
ram Munger, Charles Lindslcy, Jonathan Hagar, Nor- 
man Tapper, George Chipraan, George Loomis, Har- 
vey Bell, Joel Doolittle, Ozias Seymour. 

Monkton. Johnson Finney, Thomas Smith, Daniel 
Collins, Ira Ladd, John Barnum, Wm. Tracy, H. N. 
|Smith, John Bacon, S. Kollis, J. Smith, J. Chaniberlin. 

.Keicliavcn. David P. Nash, Jonathan Hoyt, jr. El- 
Ins Bottom, Othniel Jewett, Joseph C. Bradley, Sam- 
iiiol E. Chalker, Martin Eno. MironGriswold, Daniel 
Twitchell, Lemuel B. Eldridge, Calvin Squires, Jo- 
seph Everts, Wightman Huntington, William Nash. 

Panlon. Wm. Myrick, Jesse Grandy, Norman 



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Munson, Samuel ishepard, Enoch Kent, Friend Ad- 
ams, Abner G. Holcf^mb.. 
; Ripton, Daniel Chipman, Marshall Miller. 
' Salishury. Aaron Barrou'?, Reuben Saxton, Eb-, 
enezer N. Briggs, John M. Weeks, William Morton,! 
Gary Allen, Alpheus Taylor, Ellery Howard. ' 

, Stnrksboro\ Mj-ron 'Buslmcl!,' Elislia Ferguson, 
Asahel Wentwortb, Samuel Bushneil, Elijah Fergu- 
,son, John Hill, 3d. Hiram Alwood. 
I Shoreham. Sijas H. Jennison, EbenezerBush.Ud- 
Wy H. Everest, Aaron Lawrence, Isaac Cinpman, 
:SaRiuel H. Holley, Joseph Smith, 2d. John S. Huns- 
den, Davis Rich, Elisha Bascom, Levi O. Birchard, 
Kent Wright. 

rergennss. Beldan Seymour, William White, A. 
W. Barnum, En.5ch D. Woodbridgc, Noah Hawley,! 
Samuel B. Booth, Luther Chamberlain, William Bur-i 
rett, Philip C. Tucker, Nathan Hoskins, Daniel W.j 
Buckley. 

JVarrm, Joseph W. Eldridge. Moses Sargeant, jr. I 
David Ralph, Joseph A. Curtiss, Parker Wooster, Te- ! 
'"-.n Rising, James Butterfield. | 

Waltham. Luther Everts, George Pisher. Solomon ; 
Hobbs, George Field, Wm. P. Brown, Beers Tcmlin ' 



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Weyhridge. Thos. Jewett, Asaph Hayvvard, Eli- 
j-j ah G. Drake, Joseph Hay ward, Barzillai Steward,' 
'Samuel James, Enoch Sprague. 

Whiting. Moulton Needham, James O. Walker. 
Ephraiia Moulton, Josiah Simonds, Ebenezer Whee- 
';ock. 

OP.A^'GE C0UNT¥. 

William Spencer, } ^ . , , ^ ,. 
Daniel Cobb, \ ^^^■'^i^icim Justices, 

Abel Carter, SheriJjT. 
Peter Bate.?, High Bailif. 
William Nutting, States Attorney. 
Frederick Griswold, Judge ef Probate for the Disirid 
^Randolph. 



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William Spencer, Judge of Probate for the District 
of Bradford. 

John Smith, Jason Steele, Daniel Jackson, commis- 
sioners of jail delivery. 

Stewart Brown, Frederick Smith, Jonathan Jen- 
ness, Leonard Farewell, Benjamin P. Baldwin, road 
commissioners. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

BradfmL Daniel Morton, John M'Duffie, Timo- 
thy Underwood, Richard Aldrich, William Pratt, Jer- 
emy Y. Bryant, William Wilson, Jesse Merrill, 2d. 

BrL,,intree. Jonathan Bass, Sampson Nichols, Sol- 
omon Holman, Lyn:ian Kidder, David Partridge, Ru- 
fus Hutchiricion. 

Brookfield, Enoch Steele, Barna Big-low, Nathan- 
iel Wheatly, Elisha A His, jr. Simeon Colton, Thos 
Kingsbury, Luther Wheatley, Waldo W. Ingalls 
William M. Alvord. 

Chelsea. Urbane Latlirop, Josiah Dana, Joel Tink- 
er, John W. Smith, Ecnj. Rolte, Jason Steele, Josiah 
Dickerson, Asahel Bliss, David Goodwin. 

Corinth. SamuoJ Ilazletine, Richard Smith, Josh- 
ua Merrill, Ezekiel True, Ephraim Ward, Goulsbrirn 
Tnplin, Henry Dearborn, Winthrop Green, Moses 
Wallace, Amos 0. Tenny, Stephen Eaton. 

Fairlee. Jesse Stoddard, Fv,obert Gilmore, Phine- 
has Dodge, James Morrisoii,Ebenezer Albee, Thomas 
Stratton, Phinehas Bailey. 

.Xr.wbur^/. Isaac Bayley, Jonas Tucker, Charles 
IlnlK Charles Johnson, Ephraim B- t^tevens, James 
JBayley, 2d., Joseph Berry, Abner B. W. Tenney, Da- 
vid JIazeltine, Abel Underwood. 

Orcimj^e. John Stacy, Thaddeus Clapn, Moses Sar- 
geant, Christopher Richardson, Luther Carpenter. 

Randolph. Abner Weston, Timothy Edson, Lsrael 
Kibbco, Seth Washburn, John Moulton, Daniel ?ar- 
isli, VYilliam Nutting, Belcher Salisbury, Benjamin 
Bugbec, Joseph Blodgett, Edmund Weston, Enoch 
Hebard, John Orcutt, John Glidden. William S. Shep- 
herd. 

Strafford. Lyman Benson, Stephen Morrill. Leon- \ 



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•• arc! VVa'.kor, David Morrill, Pliny Day, Nathan Young-, [ 
*.Toiin Burniiain. 

Theffurd. William Iletiton, Timothy F. Earthnlo- 
mow, Lyman Fi(ch, John Hall, Samuel Df.iiiels, John 
C. Hammond, Presbnry West, jr. David Bruce, Vvil- 
liam Thayer, Simeof) t?iJort. 

Topsham. Samuel Buttorfield, Edmund Gcorg-e, 
James Petrie, Lev'i Tabor, Jesse Putnam, Benjamin 
P. Smith,. Aaron Sanborn, David Mills, James Joshn, 
Moses A. Dustin. 

Tanhridge. Sankiei Austin, Elias Curtis, Ebonc5:er 
flacket, Cyrus Ciiapman, Benjamin Cozzcns, Georire 
Weymouth, James tlutchinson, Elijah Dickerman, Eh 
Austin. 

J^crskirf. Thomas Keyes, Simeon Bacon, Is'athan- 
, iel Jones, jr., William Prior, RufusBlanchard, George 
>I'W. Maltby. 

TVashington. .Jacob Bliss, Samuel Worthley, Fliin- 
ehas Swift, Asa Burton, Stuart Brovyn. 

JVeH- Fair lee. Elisha Thayer, Samuel Graves, Eli- 
sha May, Isaac Lyon. 

WiUiamsloion. I^^evi Smith, James Lynde, Joel 
Bass, Arial Crane, Aaron S. Martin. 

CHITTENDEN COUNTY. 

^T^'^f ^Tm u \ ^'issiskmt Justices, 
Nathaniel Nevi'ell,^ 

Mose:. Blis-s, Sheriff, 
Benjamin Woodinan, High Bailiff, 
Charles Adams, Stale's Ailorney. 
Truman Chittenden, JuxJge ofprohale for the Distrtd 
of CkiiUnder). 
Aivan Foote, George P. Marsh, Truman Seymour, 
commissioners of jail delivery. 

Truman Chittenden, John Jolmson, Jedediah Boyn- 
ton, Lemuel B. Piatt, William Rhodes, road commis- 
sioners. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Bolton. Asa Stockv.-ell, Samual, B. Kennedy, Mo- 
" ses L. Cotton, John Pmneo. 



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i Burlington. Geor<re Robinson, Alvan 1^'oote, Isaac 
•!T. Hydo, Isaac Warnor, Heman Allen, Nathan B. 
llaswell, Andrew Thompson, John B. Ilollenbeck, 
Charles Adams, Ebenozer Brown, Btirrell I^ane, John! 
jN. Poroeroy, Georr^e P. Marsh, Guy Catlin, Truman 
ISoymonr. John W. Patridgre, Charles Burnham, Chs,l 
i|R,ii3se]l, Samuel Nichols, Bostvvick Towslcy, Amos' 
Blodgett, William Evarts, Heman Lovvry, John J. 
jt'ay, John Van Sicklan, jr. John Johnson, EnosBlinn, 
jDavid Russell. 

I Charlotte. Jona. Breckenridgc, Jeremiah Barton, 
iStukely Westcott, John StroHg-, William Noble, Lu- 
jther Stone, jr. George Sherman, George Newe-l), Aa(*- 
jron L. Beach, William Sherman, David Cox)k, Benj. 
Simons, Everett Rich, Pitt E. Ilewett. 

CokheHcr. Daniel P. Adams, John W. Weaver, 
.loseph E. Rhodes, Peter Nevvcomb, Noah Wolcott, 
John Johnson, Udney 11. Penniman, Jacob Rolfe. 

Essex. Ezra Slater, Billy B. Butler, Sainnel Pagc,- 

Michael Sinclair, Solomon Baker, Elijah G. Stanton. 

Him.s'burgh. Edmnnd Baldwin, Erastns Bostwick, 

John M. Eldridge, Mitchell Hinsdeii, Nahuni Peck, 

Heman R. Smith, Anson Mnnson. 

Huntington. James Ambler, Lnman E. Loveland, 
Nathaniel Norton, Enoch D. Smith, Selah Ambler, 
John Judson, Jeremiah Remington. 

Jerico. Thos. Reed, Wm. P. Richardson, L)Tnan 
Field, Arthur Bostwick, Truman Barney, Lemuel 
Blacktnan, Lyman Reed. 

,MamJleld. Ivory Luce, Nathaniel Butts, Guorge 
T/. Town. 

Milton. Gideon Hoxsie, Ephraim Herrlck, Albert 
G. Whittimore, Jacob Davis, Phelps Smith, Warren 
Hoxsie, Elani Austin, Warren Hill, Boyd H. Wilson,] 
Levi Smith. | 

Richmond. Edward Jones, Amos B. Cooper, Elij 
Brownson, Bciioni Thompson, Amos R. Bishop, Har- 
ry Brownson, Charles Stevens, William P. Briggs. 

Sheiburne. Levi Comstock, Samuel Blinn, Nathan- 
iel Gnge, Snmuel Fletcher, Horace Saxton, Heman | 
Barstcfw, Elilm Russell. 1 



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St. George. Reuben Lockwood, Lewis Higby, Hor- 
ace Ferris. 

Underkill. William Barney, Isaac J. Bourne, John 
H. Tower, Augustus Smith, Jonathan Woodworth, 
Peter Martin. 

Wesiford. Ebenezer Bowman, Ziba Woods, Jonas 
Hobart. DaufortJi Wales, Josiah Farnswortli. 

WiUiston. Solomon Miller, Nathan Allen, Da\nd 
French, Chauncey Brownell, John Brovrn, jr. David' 
Isham, BrifrhamWrifrht, Westley Whipple, Samuel A 
Brownell. Truman Chittenden, Joseph Bradley, Brig 
ham C. Wright. 

WASHINGTON COUNTY. 

gan Carpenter, > ^^^.^.^^^^ ^^^.^^^^ 
Shubael Wheeler, ( 
Rawsel R. Keith, Sheriff. 
Wni. Billings, High Bailiff. 
Denison Smith, State's Attorney, 
Jeduthun Lopnjis, Judice of Pi-abate for (he district of, 
Washington. 
George Worthington, Cyrus Ware, Joseph Reed, j 
commissioners of jail delivery. 

Joseph Howes, Stephen Pitkin, Ezekiel Robinson, 
Matthias S. Jones, Daniel Moody, road commissiouers. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Barre. Chapin Keith, Joseph Thompson, Denison 
Smith, Smith Sherman, Peter Johonnott, jr., Winthrop 
Jackman, Lawson Harrington. , 

Berlin. Joel Warren, Chester Nye, Zenas C. 
Dewey, James Paddock, Abel Knapp. 

Calais. Gideon Hicks, Lovoi Kelton, Caleb Curtis, 
Gideon Wheelock, Lemuel Perry. 

Du.xhm^ij. John L. Kennedy, Nathan Huntley, 
Horace Griffith. 

I Elmore. Peleg Scofield, Abner Doty, Nehemiah 
French, Jonathan Bridge. 

Fayston. William Sherman, Theophilus Bixby, 
Peter Drew. 

i Jplarshfeld. Jacob Putnam, Aaron Bullock, Josiah 
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Jliddiesex. Nathaniel Carpenter, David llarring- ;' 
ton, Daniel Houf^hton, Horace Holden. j' 

Montpeleir. Naiiffi Kelton, Josiah Wing-, . Parley ji 
Davis, Joseph Winn;-, Joel Bassett, Nathaniel C' Eing--, 
Salvia Collins, Nathan Jewett, Timolhy Hubbard, |: 
Cyrus5 Ware, Joseph Howes, Timothy Merri]], Daniel 
Baldwin, Oraniel H. Smith, Daniel P. Thompson, 
Calvin J. Keith, Th : Reed, jr., Ezekiel P. Walton, 
John Spalding. 

jVoretoicn. Seth Munson, Cephas Carpenter, Ru- 1; 
fns Clapp, Ebenezer Johnson, Oraniel 0. Skinner. 

J-forthjleUl. Nati)aniel Jones, Jenjse Averill, Ehjah;^ 
Smith, jr., Joseph Williams, John L. Buck, Samuelj^ 
Dole. 

Roxbury. Jonathan F. Riigg-les, Isaiah Shav/., !j 
Daniel Kingsbury, Samuel M. Orcutt, Uriah Richard- 
son, Charle.s Sampson. 

Stov:. Nathan Robinson, Asa Raymond, Thomas 
0. Downer, Rivcrius Camp, Daniel Moody, Abner 
[Fuller, Phihp Smith. 

Plaiiijleld. Silas Williams, jr., Israel Goodwin, I' 
tiarvey Pitkin, Bradford Kinney. I' 

Waitajield. Lynde Wait, Matthias S. Jonos, Ja-I 
son Carpenter. | 

Waierbury. Horace Atkins, Solomon Newcomb, j 
Richard Kneeland, John Stearns, Ezra P. Eutler. | 

Worcester. Allen Vad, /Imos Rice, Artemas Rich- 1 
ardson. I 

CAL2DONIA COUNTY. 

Satnuel Si as, - ) n • ^ . t ,• 

m' i! T} in n \ Jxssistant Justices. 

Tuuothy P. Fuller, 5 

Silas Houg-iiton, Sh£r[ff. 

Jude Knnbali, Hi[:;k Bailiff'. 

Charles Davis, State's Attorney. 

Benjamin F. Deming-, Judge of Probate, for the Dls- 

t/*'ict of Caledonia. 

Joseph Morrill, 2d., Benjamin F. Deming,, and Aaron 

Porter, commissioners of jail delivery. || 

Joseph H. Ingalls, Nehcmiah Bradlee,* Ajpheus| 

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Houghton, Samuel Warner, Luther Clark, road com- 
tnissioners. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Barnet. Hei.ry Stevens, Robert Harvey, Elijah 
G. Brigham, James Gilchrist, Levi P. Parks, SiJasj! 
Harvey, William Gilkerson, William Shearer, W^al-jj 
ter Harvey, Hugh Somers, 2d. 

Burke. Elam White, Rufus Newell, Rufus Cor- 
ding, Galen Hunter, Geo. W. Denison, Isaac Deni-! 
son. j 

Cabot. Ebenezer Smith, Thomas Osgood, Antko-! 
ny Perry, John Daman, John W. Dana, Joseph Fish-I 
er, Elihu Coburn, Trnstora C. Hoit, Leonard Orcutt,i 
Joseph Lance Theron Howard. 

Danville. Joseph Morrill, 2d., William Mattocks, 
Goo. B Shav,-, Aaron Porter, Abner Harris, James 
M. Morrill, John A. Stanton, Amos Clement. Samuel 
B. Mattocks, Archelaus Sias, Benj. F. Deming, Eb- 
enezer Thompson, OUver Morse, Geo. W. Drew, Au- 
gustine Clarke, Asa Sargeant. 

Groton. Peter MLaughiin, Reuben Whitcher, 
John Darling, jr. Jacob Abbott, Medad Darling, John 
Heath. 

Ilardwiclc. Ethan U. Nichols, Jacob Paine, Daniel 
French, Enoch Smith, Samuel Warner, Samuel 
Frerxh, Barnabas Doty, J^evi Gocdridgc, Orva Cros- 
by, Enoch Bailey, George P. Fish. 

Kirltj. James Church, Gardner Gibson. 

Lyndon. Isaiah Fisk, Jude KimbaiJ, Josiah C. 
AVillard. Isaac Fletcher, Geo. C. Cahoon, Alpheus 
Fletcher, Abel Carpenter, EpliJ-airn Chamberlain, 
Williani Cahoon, Benj. Walker, Asa Smith, Job Ran- 

;daii. ■ i 

! vAliL'a/-,v. Eleazer Packer, Miles Cog, Philemoai 
Hart well. 

;_ Ftachar.i. ^ .Tohn W. Chandler, Jonathan Elkips, 
'Josiah SheJd, Reuben Eianchard, John Mattocks, 
Cii^;iLer W". Blois, Zcnas Cmssman, Nicholas C 
r>ii.A-d!, Hazen :\[errill, Geo. W. Clark, Neheraiah 
^Ciculife, Ezra C. Chamberlain. :« 

I ,j?.y'|:a'^_}Y.^^[Jau^Gj\ny,Jo;in_Nelson, Archibaldi 
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Parks, Nathan Knight, Abrahata Page, iahcz Bige- 

St. JolnsDinvj. Liitber Clark, Simeon Cobb, Joii- 
all Goov;, Ptiilo Bradley, Abel Pierce, Lather Jewett, 
Jery i)ickerrftan, Press West, Moses Kittridtre. 

Sheffield. Hexekiah Bickford, Moses Davis, Mas- 
itia U. Miles, Reuben Miles, Geerge Gray. 

Si'Mon. Jacob. C Morrill, John Beekwith, Wni. 
jBrcckvvay, Jctnalhrai Brown, Roswell Cheney, David 
Stpdard, Thadeus Curtii?; Benj;amia C-aiapbell, Wells 
:Way. 

IVokterford. Josepli. Armington, Robert Taggard, 
Abiel Richardson, Naihan Pike, Sanuiel S. Benton, 
John Loc, Arad FreemaH, Ezekiel Cutter, Charles 
'Adams, Brigham Pike, Josiah Carpenter, Sylvanus 
lieanningway. 

JFkeelock, Josiaii Lane, Dudley Ckrk, Abner 
Mon-ill, Israel Porter, Jonathan Taylor. 

WaUlcn. Gih^iaa Dow, ^arnes Bell, Tiniothy 
Haines, jr. Adam. Asiadon, jr. Leonard Farrington, | 
Daniel Wooster, Hanson Rogers, Thomas Farnug ! 
ten, NathanitJJ Farringtou. i 

i Wopdburij. David Hprrick, Joel Cilley, Ebenezeri 
iBrucG, Be.njamin Fovvier. 
Goshengvre. Elihu Sabin. 

FRAKKi.iN eor.NTr. 

JoelBai^^or, l Assidant Jiisllces. 
Samuel ^ead, ^ 
Timothy .Foster, Sheri^', 
Deeins R. B'>gne, High BaUiJ/\ 
John Smith, X'aZc'.v AUonrey. 
IScth Welinori^, Ji^di^i. of Fi-obcie for the District oi- 
Georgia. 
Julius Hoyt, Jamer- Davis, Jeduthun Spooner, com- 
imieeioners of jail delivery. 

J J icob Smith, Thomas Wraerman, Vv^illiam Barber, 
iCoraejius Wood, Lyiisan Eggleston, road conmii!i.sion- 
ert!. 

ju'^'ricES OF tid: rriCE. 
Berkshire. Amheibt WilloKghby, Ge o. W. Wo od- 

■ Sii n i ~giri J -,T? a7-^^•~i^ l ^^^a g aiiB^7 ' Tl^BrT^-7i^ ■ " i -^^-^^'■='^— —« o-^.w— ^^-.^-t^jk 



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WDrlh, John Lewis, Harvey Claik, Bramard Bradley 

B'TJc£7'sfie!d. B ■njamin Ball, Comiurt Barnes, Gal 
vin Ewinoff!, Joe];Parkh rrst. i 

Bek'idcrc. Joliu Brovvn, Moody Shatusk, Moset,' 
Pholps. 

Camhi'idc^e. James B. Gilniore, IVathaniel Res<J,t 
jjv. Lcv.is Parker. Henry Slowell, Newell Hunt, E_:r- 
bcrt Pcwell, pel Safford, Bt'riali Cnrtiss, Isaac iV. 
Bulklcy, Thomas Eilinwood, John V/ilson, Katlianiel 
Soar.-?. 

Enosbvru^i. William Barber, Thos. M. Pcriard,! 
Austin Fiiiicr, "Clmrlcs Stevens, Jonas Boutell, Th. 
Fuller, Joseph Waller. 

j Fle.li.iH^^^ Zo-raJj Willmighfcy, Joseph Robmsen, 
Xathan L. Holmes, Eiias BJair. ; 

Fairjiel6?7 Joseph Sowle, Aarcr; BuiT, Jolin Loach, 
Benjamin Fairbank, Ira Foot, i5amuf^I P. Hull, E- 
■iijah Sherman, Martin Priudle^ Jared Spalding, Joab 
jSmith. 

I Fairfax. Alfred Wheeler, Tsaac N. So«le, Jose^phj 
IHLint, Joseph Beeman, Shilometh S. Hall, Josiah; 
iGront, Homer E. Hubbell, William Crane. 
I Franklin. Joshna Peckham, Reaben Towle, John 
;C- Colco.rd, Enos Pearsons, Philips. Gates, Elisha; 
JBascomb. 

Geoi'f:;ia. Tra Hinklcy, Elijah Baker, Solomon Bliss, 
r. Daniel Sabin,8eymoiirEgfgleston,Hezekiah Wead.f 

J J if:; h^; ale. Conrad Sax, .Tohn Kiles, Jesse Cntlor,} 
j-loscpii B. Cutler, Jesse Garpenter, Luther Hyde,! 
iLootnis Meigs, Luther Meigs, Edward C. Hastings, i 

Johnson. Daniel Dodge, Joseph E. Waterman.; 
Thomas Waterman, John Hohnes, Erastus D. Hub-j 
bell. 

JJont^om^ry. Eichard Smith, jr. Eli W. Bosh,} 
Henry N. Janes. 

RkfiforcJ. Cakb Roycc, Samuol Heath, Sanmel 
F.irrrir, Alden Sears, William Hamilton, Jonathan 
jCarpenter. 

SterUm::. M&ses Vilas, Jonathan Merriil. 

ShrJdon. Daniel SniitJi, Oliver A. Keith, Cliarles' 
E. Gal'iio. Elisha Good.sell, Alanson Webster. 



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Swanton. Shadrack Hathaway, George Greene, 
Daniel Mei^s, George W.Foster, Jonathan Berry. 
Stephen S. JBrown, ileman Hopkins, Cornelias Wovx],i 
Wiiliam Farrar, Moses Orcutt, Gary Clark, Norman 
L. Whitteniore. 

St. Alhans. Abijah Stone, Julius Hoyt, Uriel 
Smith, Wm. H. Wilkins, Orman Tnllar, Samuel Bar- 
lovv, James Davis, Stephen liawrence, jr. Benj. H. 
Smalley, David Read, John Smith, Halph Lassell, He- 
man Greene. 

Waicrv.ille. Moses Fisk, Jesse C Holmes, Joseph 
R.owell, Sylyanus Eaton, Antiphas Fletcher, Luther 
Poland, James Horner. 

ORLEANS COUNTY. 

Nathaniel p. Sawyer, \ ^,,-^^,,^ j^.^i,,,, 
Jasper Robmson, ^ [ 

Thoma,s Jameson, Sheriff. 
J.hn Harding, Hig/iBHliff. 
Elisha H. Starkweather, State's Attorney. 
John Kimball, Judge of Probate for the district of Or- 
leans. 
John Killam, John Boardman, Joseph Wiggins, 
commissioners of jail delivery. 

John Boardman, Abner Flanders, John Harding, 
Joseph Scott, Charles Kingsbury, road commissioners. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Alhany. John Skinner, John Fairman, John Tracy, 
Eli Chamberlain, jr., Bela T. Jones, Dyar Bill. 

Barton. James May, Oliver EJodgett, Gilbert El- 
liis, John Kimball, John H. Kimball. 

Broicnington. Elijah Sirong, Amherst Stewart, 
iLuke Gilbert, Thomas Wells, George C West. 

Charleston. Abner Allen, Winthrop Cole, Jonas 
Allen, Joel R. Hulden, Elisha Bingham. 

Coventrij. Thomas Guild, Perez Gardner, PelogI 
Redfield, Ebenezer M. Gray. Elijah Cleaveland, Ar- 
oalus Harmon, Josepii Hazeltine, David Huggins,; 
Tiiomas Baldwin. 

Craftshvry. WJlhnm Scott, Samuel French, Wil 
liam "Graves, Jacob Mason, Isaac Hovey, Janies^ 



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Paddock, Augustus Young, Royal Corbin, Joseph 
Scott. 

Derby. Isaac Severance, James Way, Jacob Chase, 
Rufas Sle\tart, Timothy HinmaH, Nehemiah Wricrht, 
John Stewart, Charles Kifigsbuiy, Jacob Bates, Lu- 
ther Newcomb. 

Eden. Jonas Stone, Ckrk Fish, Cliarles Wliitte- 
niore, EU Hinds, jr. 

Glover. John Crane, Charles Hardy, Jose^ Owen, 
Seth T. Shaw, Thomas Baker, John Boardnian. 

Grccnshorn'. Joseph Chapman, Amos Blancbard, 
tephen Sherman, George A. Morey, Ashbel Hate, 
E-d;iel ilac, Safsacl Hill. 

HoLlaniL IMicah Feirin, Jason Himnan, Joshua 
FrGix;h, Trumati Fairchild, jr. 

Ilijdcpark. Abncr Flanders, Levi Edgerton, Breed 
Xoyes, David Clemans. 

frasburgh-, ZaG;ick Bloss, John KiUaiB, Samuel 
WeHs, jr., Joseph Wiggins, Joseph Kidder, Moody B. 
Kimball, Noreian Cleaveland, EMsha H. Starkweather. 

Jay. Eli Hunt, Madison Keith. 

Kciiyvnlc. EHjah Buxton, Dafiiel Sanborn, Otis 
Lolan'd, John Harding. 

J'Jorgan. Jolham Cumraings, Ira Leavens, Wil- 
liam Colby, Rue! Cobb. 

MorristGimu Abiel Efiton, Jedediah Safford, David 
P. Neyes, Asa Cole, Isaac Allen, Elisha Herrick, Lui 
tiier Bingham, Samuel Cook, Joseph Sears. 

Xeicpard. Sarauel Warner, Seymour Lasie, Israel 
S. Scott, Ehas Eastman. 

Salem. Epbraim Blake, Joseph Crantla], Orrin 
Lathe, Josiaii Lyon, Noyes Hopkinson. 

Troy. Saaaucl West, George Flint, Frederick 
Fuller, Ezra Johnson, Samuel H^ Hovey. 

Wealjield. William Barnard, Jaijus Stebbins,|' 
Tiiomas Hitchcock. 

WolcolL Ephraim Ladd, GiH»ert Tsoyes, Tiiomas 
Taylor. 

ESSEX iCori^TT, 

William Gates, i » ■ ^ , t .- 
Noyes Donnison, \ *'^^"^'^"' •^^^^«^*- 

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AzarJali Webb, jr. Sheriff. 
Otis Wallace, High Bailiff. . . j 

I Da.\'\f\ll\\)\id.\-d,]r. Stales Atlorneij. | 

I Royal Cutter, Jidge of Probate for the disirid of Es-\^ 
sc.r. 
Moody P^ich, Henry Hall, Erastus Cutler, commis- 
sioners of jail delivery. 

John W. Bicknall, Mitchell Salisbury, Oliver Cut- 
Ui)g, Reuben W. Freotnan, Moody Rich, road com- 
(nissionerc. 

JUSTICES 01^ THE PEACE. 

Concord. .Tohn S. Johnson, Elijah Hill, Daniel 
Pike, 2d. Warner Binn-ham, .Tolm Carnet. 

Lunenhurgh. Spencer Clark, Stephen How, jr. 
Abel Johnson, John Chandler. 

Granhy. Thadeus Metcalf, Joseph Gleason, Ben- 
jamin S. Clark. 

Wenlock. John Cargili. 

GiiildhalL David Denison, John Podge, Eraslus 
Cutler, Olivev Woods, Wsn. Amy, Andrew Spalding. 
John Dewey, John S. Wells, R. "W. Freeman. 

JJaidstone. Moody Rich, George W. Byram. 

Brimswick\ Daniel Smith, Benjamin Brov;n. 

Minchead. Daniel Holbrook, Martin French, Jas. 
L. Brown, John M. French. 

Lcminoion. John Bailey, Ebenezcr Blossom, Isaac 
N. Aldrich, Cummings Euihngton, Mills De Forest, 
Henry Blodfi-ett. 

Canaan, "james D. Heath, John L. Weeks, AltVed 
Vi. Ingham, Nathaniel Nichols, Marcus Beecher, Jes- 
-ec Cooper. 

grAjvd isle county. 
LewipSovvles, l Assistant Justices. 

lilelvm Barnes, .r*. S , ■ " ^ 

John M. Sowles, AVer/#V A .i.-co\ ■ 

Seneca Tobias, H/o-/i Z?m7/^. 
Hector Adams, Skde's Attorney. 
I Joel Allen, Judge of Probate for ike disirid of Grand 

;! IsUy 



139 

Elilm Parks, Joei Alien, Dan ilazeu, coinmiosion- 
ersof jail delivery. 

i Abner Keeler, E. Beardsley, Trad Allen, Ichabod 
Niles, Ira Hill, road commissioners. 

JUSTICES OF THE PKACE. 

Alhurgh. Joseph Sewell, Ichabod Niles, Jireh S. 
Berrv, Thomas Mott, Amos Ransom, Abram Ladue, 
I Abef Phelps. 

JS^orth Hero. John Wright, jr. Uriah Hazen, Jed- 
ediah P. Ladd, Irad Allen. 

Grand Isle. Jonathan Hyde, jr. Lewis Ladd, Sam- 
uel B. Gordon, John Chamberlain, Samuel Adams. 

South Hero. Abner Kccler \Valiis Mott, Lorenzo 
Hale, Jedediah Sawyer, Bird Landon, Frederick 
Phelps, Alson Landon. , 

Vineyard. Charles Carron, Ezra Pike, jr. Harry! 
H^ilK EJihu Holcomb, Hiram Hall, Simeon R. Scott,: 
William Wait. 



SESSIONS OF THE COURTS IN VERMONT. 

District Court. — At Windsor. 24th May. 
At Rutland, 6th October. 

SUPREME AND COUNTY COURTS. 

BENNINGTON COUNTY. 

S. C. — at Bennix"igton, 2d Tuesday next after the 4th 
j Tuesday of January. 

[C C. — at Benning-ton, 4th Tuesday of April. 

Manchester, 4th Tuesday of September. 
Joel Pratt, Clerk. 

WINDHAM county. 

S, C. — at Newfane, 3d Ttiesday next after the 4th 
Tuesday of January. 

C. C— 3d Tuesday of April. 

3d Tuesday of September. 

James Eeliot, Clerk. 

"U>-TNDf50R COUNTY. 

S. C. — at Woodstock, 4th Tuesday next after the 4th 
Tuesday of January. 

C. C. — 1st Tuesday of June. 

1st Tuesday of December. 
Benjamin Swan, Clerk. 



140 

RUTl.AINO COU>Ty. 

S. c.— at Rutland, 1st Tuesday next after the 4th 

Tuesday of January. 
C. C— 2(1 Tuesday of April. 

2d Tuesday of September. 

Robert Pierpoikt, Clerk. 

A3)DT50N COUNTi". 

S'. C— at Miudlebury, 4th Tuesday of January. 
C. C. — 2d Tuesday of June. 

2d Tuesday of December. 

^AMUEf. Swift, Cleric. - 

ORANGE COUNTV. 

.S'. C— at Chelse^sr, r.th Tuesday next after the 4th 

Tuesday of January. 
C. C.-~ 3d Tuesday of June. 

3d Tuesday of December. 

H. E. G. ArLAuGHLEN, Clerk. 

cniTTENPEN COUNTY. 

S. C— at Buriiugton, 1st Tuesday of January. 
\C, C.— Last Tuesday of March, 

1 t'ast Tuesday of Auo'ust. 

i Nathan B. Haswell, Clerk. 

I WASHIf^GTON CGl>?iTy. 

\S. C.—at Montpeiier, 6th Tuesday next after the 4tl 
\ Tuesday of January, 

10. a— 4th Tuseday next after the 4th 

Tuesday of April. 
1st Tuesday next after the Sd 
Tuesday of September. 

J.jsiiua Y. Vail, Chrk. 

CALF-DOTvlA -COUJ.'Ty. 

S. C.—at Danville, 7th Tuesslay ne:st after the 4th 

Tuesdn,y of January. 
C. C.-— 4tbTuesday of April. 

Wednesday next after the 1st 
Tuesday of Sepiember. 
Benjamin F. De ming, Cler k. 
iff-Ti-i — rrmiTiir —^ •^' """[ f — ^— jg" 



^•s 








141 




FRANKLTX COU-MV. 


\s. 


C. — at St. Albans, 2fl Tuesday of January. 


\C 


C— • 2d Tuesday of April. 




2d Tuesday of September. 




HoR4CE Ja-nes, CVerA:. 




ORr.EA-NS COUNT V. 


s. 


C— at Irasburgh, 9tli Tuesday next after the 4tlj 


i 


Tuesday of January. 


:c. 


C— 2d Tuesday of April. 




Last Tuesday of August. 


, 


Ira H. Ai.LKN, Clerk. 




ESSEX COUNTl'. [ 


;S. 


C— at Guildhall, 8th Tuesday next after the 4th, 




Tupsday of January. 


a 


C— 2d Tuesday next after the 4th 




Tup'sday of April. 




3d Tuesday of September. 




William Gates, Clerk. 




GRAND-ISEE COUNTY. 


s. 


C. — at North-Hero, 3d Tuesday of January. 


a 


C. — 1 4th Tuesday of April. 




4th Tuesday of September. 




JoEE Aeeen, Clerk. 




RELIGIOl/S SOCIETIES. 




VERMONT BTBEE SOCIETT. 




The sixteenth anniversary of this society was hcld- 


en at the State House, October 15th. {| 




Qfficers for 1 828—9. 




Hon. Charles Marsh, President. 




Hon. C. P. Van Ness, } .. t^ p . 
Hon. Abner Forbes, \ ^- Presidents. 






Rev. Leonard Worcester, Secetary. 




Hon. .Ieduthun Loom is, Treasurer. 




Hon. Chaunc'ey Langdon, 






Rey. John G. Dow, 






Rev. Joel Clapp, 






Rev. Leonard Worcester, 


- Directors. 




Samuel Goss, Esq. 






Hon. William Hall, 




L- 


Rev. James Marsh, 


, 



Vice Presidents. 



142 

VERMONT COLONIZATtON SOCIETY. 

Tho ninth anivcrsary of this society was held 
M«niLpe!icr, Oct. 15. 

Officers for 1823—9. 

Hon. Eltjatt Paii\f., President. 

Hon. C. P. Van Inicss, 

Hon. Ezra Butleti, 

Hon. Seth Wetmore, 

Hon. HonATio Seymour, 

Hon. Jonas GamIsa, 

Hon. Israel P. Dana, 

Rev. .Tames Hoe art, 

Hon. D. A;^Ro A. Buck, 

Rev. Amartati Chandler., 

Rev. ,ToEL Nanntng, 

Hon. Pkinrkas White, 

Ivev. Calvin Yale, 

Hon. TnosiAs EME^ngoN, 

Rev. Charles White, 

Daniel Balrwin, Esq. TretiBUrcr. 

Hon. .TosEPH Howes, Auditor. 

Rnv. Chester Wright. Secvctafy. 
Hon. Horatio Seymour, ) Delegates to the Am. Co' 
Hon. Benjamin Swift, ^ Society. 



Manacrei's. 



VERMONT TEMPERAXCE SOCIETY. 

This f-cciety v^as organized at Montpelier, on the 
IGthOct. 1828. 

Officers. 
Samuel Pret,-tiss, President. 
ViCE Presidents. Noahdiah Swift, Bcnniiigto co. 
PJiinhess White, Windhnmco. Robert Pierpoint, Rut- 
land CO. Abner Forbes, Windsorco. Horatio Seymour, i 
Addison co. David Palmer, Orange co. E. P. VValton, 
fFashington co, George B. Shaw, Caledonia co. He- 
iman Allots, Chittenden co. Seth Wetmore, Franklin 
CO. Alpheus Hall, Grand Isle co. Thomas Jameson, 
Orleans co. John Dewey, Essex co. 

Jonathan C SoiUhtnayd, Secretary. 
James Spaulding, Treasurer. 



US I 

BANKS. j 

Dank of Burlington. E. T. Englesby, President;! 
A. Thompson, Cashier. Capital, g 150 000. | 

Bank of IVindsor. x^bner Forbes, President; Ed-| 
{ward R. Campbell, Cashier. Capital, ^100,000. I 
I Bank of Rutland. Robert Temple, President ; Will- 1 
'lain Page, Cashier. Capital gl00,000. | 

I Bank of Braltleboro'. — Jonathan Hunt, President :[ 
IE. Seymour, Cashier. Capital, gl00,000. [ 

j Bank of Jlontpelier. J. H. Langdon, President ; i 
iTh: Reed, jr. Cashier. Capital, ^100,000. j 

I Bank of Caledonia. A. Clark, President ; Z. Nc'.v 
jfU, Cashier. Capital .^100,000. 
I Bank of St. Albans. B. Swirl, President; Gideoa 
HoLiyhton, Cashier. Capital gl 00,000. 

Bank of Vcvgcnnes. S. Slrong, President ; Win. 
White, Cashier. Capital, g 100,000. 

Bank of Qvange. Amplias Blake, President; J. 
Steele, Cashier. Capital c^l 00,000. 

Bank of Ucnnington. N. Swift, President; S. C. 
Raymond, Cashier. Capital, ^100,000. 

The following lists of tewn officers, &c. were receivod loo late for j 
iiisurtioa in their proper places. 

Jerico. — Delegate, Noah Chittenden. Town clerk, 
Thomas Reed. First constable, Harry Gloyd. Se- 
I'/cimen, Lyman Field, Luther Brown, Wilham A. 

Prentiss. Ciergy, Smitii, cong. Attur- 

nies, Joseph Porttjr, Jacob Maeck. Physicians, Geo. 

How, Hamilton, Hcsea Bliss. Postmaster, 

Joseph Porter. 

St. Albans.-Delcgtite, James Davis. T. clerk, Abijah ! 
Stone, First constable, Josiah Newton. Selectmen, 
John Smith, N. H. Taylor, Eleazer Jewett. Clergy, 
Sylvester INash, epis. Wortliington Smith, cong. At- 
lurnies, Asa Aldii, Seth Welmore, Benjamin Swifr, 
[. P. Richardson, John Smith, James Davis, B. H. 
Sinalley, Stephen Royce, Henry Adam.-r, David Road, 
U. R. Beardslcy, Joseph H. Br'ainerd, G. B. Sawyer, 
L. B. Hunt. Physicians, Charles Hail, Lock Chand- 
ler, L N. Fosier. Postmaster, Horace Janes. 

Danville. — Charles Davis, attornev. ^ 

mmmmm m f — rT-jnrTrr i t ' ' . *■ >sst 



_^ 144 

Commissioners of Common Schools. 
William Hall, Charles K. Williams, Jacob Colla- 
mer, Benjamin F. Bailey, and EphraimPaadock. 
Commissioners of the Deaf and Dumb. . 
Horace Everett, Chauncey Langdon, and John 
Smith, of St. Albans. 

Robert Pierpoint, Inspector of Banks in operation. 



€mttntn< 



Aspects 
I Almanac 
Banks 

Civil government of Vermont. 
County appointments, com- 
prising Assistant Justices, 
Shorifis H Bailiffs, State's 
AttoDiies, Judges of Pro- 
bate, t>chool Commissioners 
and Road Comitiissioners, 
i)y Countie.-. 
13enningloa 
VVindiiam, 
Rutland, 
Windsor, 
Addison, 
Orans;,', 
Chittenden, 
^■\'ashington , 
Caledonia, 
Franklin, 
Orleans, 
Essex, 
Grand Isle, 
Courts, sessions of 
Department of State 
W;!r 
Navy 
Vi- i i pses 

History of Vermont 
Inf.ercourde with foreign nation 
Literary and scientific sso. 
Literature of Vermont 
r>Iovoablo feasts 
Tvliut, officers of 



Militia of Vermont 

Officers of The customs in Vt. 

Patent office 

Presidents 

Population of Vermont 

Rates of postage 

Receipt to cure consumption 

Religious societies 

Signs of the Zodiac 

Seasons, commencement of 

Salaries and fees 

Town officers, Delegates, Cler- 
gy, Physicians, Attornies & 
Postmasters, in each tov/a 
in the state — i)y counties- 

Bennington County, 
|Windliam County, 
[Rutland County, 
I Addison County, 
{Orange County, 

Chittenden C-ounty, 

Wa£;h;ngton County, 

Cvilcdonia County, 

Franklin County^ 

Orleans County, 

E^sex County, 

Grand Isle, 

Treasury department 

Union, notices of the states of 

U. Statoa, government of 
Judiciary of 
Consuls of 
Census 

Vcrmront, situation, &c, 



98 
94 
•374 

9d 
107 
J Oct 
141; 



4-2 

44: 
47 
49 
53: 
54 
5S: 
57 
87, 
59; 

62; 

88 
91 
93; 

83 



A TABI^El • 

Showing- the number of square miles of each state 
in the Union; the population of 1820; tli^paveragc 
populwteon on a square mile; an'd the estimated value 
of manufactares in 1810. 



Maine, 
N. Hamp. 

iMass. 
R. Island, 
Conn. 
Vermont, 
N. York, 

\N. Jersey, 
Penn. 
Delaware; 
Mary] and, 
Virginia, 
N. Carol. 
S. Carol. 
Georgia, 
x\labania , 
iMississip. 



31 ,750 

0,491 

7,250 

1 .580 

4,764 

10,212 

46,000 

8,320 

46,000 

2,120 

13,959 

f>4,000 

48,000 

24 000 

60,000 

44,000 

145,000 

Louisiana, 48,000 



O 1-1 



Tennessee!40,000 



(Kentucky, 

I Ohio, 

[Indiana, 
Illinois, 
Missouri 
Mich.Ter. 

jArk. Ter. 
Col. Dist. 

Total, 



42,000 
39,000 
36,000 
52,000 
60 000 
40,000 

100 



929 

786 

6,740 

3,602 

.7,967 

918 

39,367 

20,017 

30,423 

17,467 

147,123 

462,042 

219,629 

258,497 

151,439 

42,450 

33,272 

79,540 

82,826 

129,491 

4,723 

1,420 

1,374 

10,569 

174 

1,676 

10,425 



298,335 
244,161 
523,287 

83,059 
275,248 
235,764 
,372,812 
277,575 
,049,398 

72,749 
407,350 
,065,366 
038,829 
490,309 
340,989 
127,901 

75,448 
153,407 
422,813 
564^317 
581,434 
147,178 

55,211 

66,586 
8,896 

14,273 

33,039 



1,764,836 9,625,734 



330 



g^2 

_ w p2 

|3,7tl,116 
5,225,045 

21,895,528 
4,106,074 
7,771,928 
5,407,280 

25,370,286 
7,054,594 

33,691,111 
1,733,744 

11,468,794 

15,263,473 
6,653,152 
3,623,595 
3,658,481 

I 419,073 

1,222,357 

3,611,029 

6,181,024 

2,894,290 

300,000 

120,000 

200,000 

50,000 

1,100,000 



.72,762,676 



No. XIII. 
WAJmTOTS'3 

VERMONT REGISTER 

AND 

FARMBR^S AliMAJTAC, 

. FOR THE YEAR OP OUR LORD • 

1830: 

BEING FIRST AFTER BISSEXTILE, 
OR I^EAP-YEAR, 

AND FIf TY-FOURTH OF AMErIcAN INDEPENDENCE. 



• 



Calculated for the Meridian of Montpelier, in latitude 

44° 17' north, and longitude 4° 25' east from the 

Capitol of the United States at Washington. 



AST^irOMICAL CALCITLATIONS 

BY ZADOCK THOMPSON, A. M. 



MONTPELIER: 

'UBLISHED BY E. P. WALTON &. CO. AT THE MONTPE- 



LIER BOOK-STORE. 

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It 



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No. xiir. 

AND 

FOR THE YEAR OP OUR LORD 

183<l: 

BEING SECOND AFTER BISSEXTIIiE, 
OR LEAP-YEAK, 

AND FirTY-FOURTH OF AMERICAN INDEPENDEXCR 



CalcnlateJ for the Meridian of Montpelier, in latitude 

44'-^ 17' nortl), and longitude 4° 25' east from the 

Capitol of the United Stales at Washington. 



ASTRONOMICAL CALCULATIONS 

BY ZADOCK THOMPSON, A. M. 



MONTPELIER : 

PUBLISHED Bi' E. P. WALTON &. CO. AT THE MONTPE- 
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NAMES AND CHA-RACTEE.S OF. 



'©The Sun. 
I® ©The Moon. 
^ Mercury. 



$ Venus. 
OThe Earth. 

^Mars. 



J^ames and Characters of the Sh 

TAv'k^s. 




NAMES AND CHARACTEKS OF THE ASPECTS. 

Q Ascending Node. ' ^ Descending Node. 

(L Conjunction, or in the same longitude, 

n Quartile, or difFering 3 signs in longitude. 

§ Opposition, or differing G signs in longitude- 



CHRONOLOGTCAL CVCT.F.S. 



Dominical Letter, 
Golden number, 
Epact, 



19 



Solar Cycle, 

Roman Indiction, 3 

Julian Period, 6543 



^ob. 24 

ich 21 

April 4 

11 



5TS. _ i 

, Low Sunday, April 18 

iKo-ation Sunday, May 16 
1 Ascension Day, or Holy Thurs- 

day, May 20 

VVliit Sunday, May 30 

Trinity Sunday, J'^^^J, 

Advent Sunday, ^ov. 28 



S IN THE YEAR 1830. 

e Sun, February 22d, invisible; 
eninij. D 's Lat. 1° 23' north, 
is of tlie Moon, March 9th, invisible ; 
4Ini. morning. 

he third is of the 9un, March 24, invisible ; 
fSii. 54ui. morning. D 's Lat. 1=^ 18' south. 
V. The fourth is also of the Sun, Aug. 13th, invis- 
ible ; 6 at 7h. 4m. morning. D 's Lat. 1° 23' south. 
V. Tiie fiuh is of the Moon, Sept. 2d, partly visible; 
as fo]]o\vs : 

Moors rises totally eclipsed ©h. 31m. ^ 
End of total eclipse. 6 36 [ Evening. 

End of eclipse, 7 34 | ^ 

Whole Duration, 3 36 J 

Digits eclipsed 21 deg. 40 min. from the north side of 
the earth's shadow. 
YL The sixth is of the Sun, Sept, 16th, invisible 
cj at 9h. 39m. evening. D 's Lat. 1^ 13' north. 

co:mmencement of the seaso>-s. 
Spring begins March 20th, 9h. 41m. evening. 
Summer — June 21st, 6h. 59m. evening. 
Autumn — Sept. 23d, Sh. 59m. morning. 
Winter — Dec. 22d, 2h. 17m. morning. 



I'/is most efj cctuat method of destroying fVasps is to 
dtstroy their nests. When L see them attacking fruit, 
jor entering the bce-Iiives, I mark the direction in which 
jithey fly away, u,nd follow them out of the garden till I 
:ifiiid their nest. I then mark it, return about ten o'- 
clock at night with a spade and a pot of water, and} 
work up tiie nest and its inhabitants into a puddle. 
T. C. Kensington, Sept. 12, 1823. 

Honor belongs to the present life — fame lives in this 
world after death. 



JANUARY, 



TO THB IB'^1 

EXPLANATION OF TEliMS, CHAHaI 
CALEKDAR page! 

Circumcision is a feast in conii^K>ration of on| 
Savior's circumcision, January 1. ^^B|||m^ is afoas 
celebrated the 12th day after Chnal^^^lpcause 
that day Christ was manifested to th 
blazing star. Septitagesima is the 
Lent. 



FA31ME5\ S CALEr^DAr- 

Now the clouds sift dov/n snow ; 
North winds now relentless blow, 

The weather grows severe ; 
Before the sleigh the horses bound, 
The cracking whip, the bells resound, 

To welcome in the Year. 



The annual circuit is again completed. Yes, though 
we sleep, our chariot does not abate its accustomed 
speed. Let us then awake ! be up and doing ! and 
not have it said, when v;e are called to another world, 
that W8 have been no more useful in this than lifeless 
statues. Mankind were not created for idleness. 
Diligence and activity are the very essence of lite and 
happiness. 

Look well to your barns ; see that your hay is not 
wasted by trusting too much to boys. Fair words hid- 
ler no parsnips. 

Capt. Wisely says it is a fme thing to get up a sup- 
ply of wood for summer, while the sledding is good, in 
order to keep the women in good humor. Let us 
make the trial. No pains should be spared to culti- 
vate peace at our fire -sides. 



Hard Times. All cry out, hard tinges. Lveiy 
body in debt and nothing to pay with. Well then, 
we must be indulgent to one anoiher, as we must ali 
stand in need of indulgence. Now is the time to re- 
form — to study economy — curtail exppuses — simplifyj 



''How many rush 

Like Tijasic to thfei 
When tfttlie 

'J\hp Past 




JANUARY Ii«t-bWl day s.— Itj30 



ht3.will come, 
dering brain, 
ste of gJoom, 
ck wilh dreams again J 



day, 'Jh. 44m. evening, 
y, lOh, 42m. evening. ^ 
r 16th day, Hh. 13m. evening. 
,4th day, Oh. 4m. evening, 
r 31st day, 5h. 5Cm. morning. 



PECTS, &,c. 



© I © 
rise sets 



lo; 

-20 
21 

2-"> 

23 

24 
-,j 
2G' 

I 

\29\ 

301 
311 



T/ie ideal 3^ 
\'Jiat the mocn, planets. &;c.il 38 
|2nu Sund. af. Christmas. 7 37 
\exercise on exiendie injlu-n 37 
\ence over the affairs o^'o«r!7 36 
lEpiphnny. globe has been 7 SS 
^handed doion fraoi remote 7 35 
Liician. antiquity. Ancicni\7 34 
adrologers, aided by ike ig-^^ 34 
Cj 1st .Sand, after Epiphany. 17 Ssl 
2\noran€e and credulity of {I 33j 
3|i,-i7/i/cj;j.i, succeeded in i}ii-\l 
4' D oT posing upon ikcm ihe\l 
7 
7 
7 
7 



b\bcHef that all the events of 
6]© Apogee, our world are 
l\i:ontrolitd and governed by 
c!2n(] Sunday af. Epiphany. 
2\ike celcsUal aspects. JVieir 7 
21 :s:norance of the true sys- 7 
4|©enterc'Xi Icmof astrono- 
5l/.'Z.y, rendered it impossible 
G^Jor ilie ancients to e.vposeM 
l\liie sophistry of these im-\l 
" Jd Sund.af Epiph. poser s\l 
Convei'fiion Si. Paul. vpan\l 
Q)^ 6 ^•'iC2^' credulity. and{7 
y Gr. elong. }) g^Pen. 7 
their relis^iovs superstitions 
b'K. G. IV. access. 18^20. 
K. Chs. I. ]Martyr. rendcr- 
4th Simd. af Epiphany. cd\l 



3-214 
3l|4 
304 
29 4 
284 
2"; 4 



26 



4 

4 
24U 
22j4 

2:2 1 
2]|4 
20 '-4 

loU 

17'4 
16J4 
]5i4 
I4I4 
13|4 
12'4 



22 

22 

23, 

2 

24 

24 

25 

2 

2 

27 

27 

28 

00 

30 



© 



r. &s. 



4jT^ 

6n 
6n 

n 



lOrrn 
loL 

nliilj 

iijrr^ 

12! in 

121/ 

i2|^ 

12K^ 

13!>^ 
13! 



niorn. 

14 

1 21: 

2 29:, 

3 34I 

4 30 

5 37 
D rise' 

5 33| 

6 31' 

7 34 

8 34 



7^ 

14!',; imorn. 
14|«| 8^ 





1 

2 
3 
4 
5 

6 
H set. 

6 15 

7 2ij' 

8 37 

9 48 
10 59! 



FEBRU AR YTslilMnmnth—l 8r30T 



Purificalion of ihe Virgin ^^^M[ Feb. 2d was ob- 
served, because the 40 days o1^P||^gon,V.c cording,, 
to the lav/ of Moses, oftct'the birL^^Khri.-^ c::i):rc 
on this day. The forty days bofo^^l^/: ,\ cvc ca 
Lent. Ash TFechiesday h the B.YBl 
ed, because the church fasted in s- 

on their heads, on that day. 

FARAIEP.'S CALENDARc 

All bluster, bluster ! shut the door; 
The drifting winds triumphant roar, 

Block up the roads, alas I 
The winds abate. Turn out, turn out ! 
Bestir 5"onr stumps, you lc2;y lout, 

And let the trav'ller pass. 



" Who hath woe ? who hath sorrow? who hath con- 
tentions ?" vvho hatli a bloody nose and red eyes? 
They that frequent the tavern. Who hath poverty, 
with a numerous family of ragge^d and starving" chil- 
dren ? He thai is often seen reeling' home with a botlle\ 
of rum. Let the profession of a r^san- be v;hat it may,; 
he has not a moment of time to lose during his whole | 
life. Yet how' many there are, who pass whole days,' 
and even weeks, at this season, as dormant as ihCj 
oyster. | 

Come, Mr. Somnus, rouso up ! if the inclemency of,! 
the weather will not permit you to be out a door, you ; 
may employ your tim.e to advantage in reading- to yourj 
family. Sje that all things are kept neat andin order 
at the barn. Kmg Solomon says, that " 7ie ^/i«/ fv! 
slothful in his voork, is brother to him that is a great\ 
loader.'' i 



the fashion — to wear out old coats — to iessen gown j 
patterns — diminish the exterior dimensions of bonnets! 
— let our hats dywn one story — andto bring into vogue | 
once more our good old substantial homespun " check,"] 
and " stripe" — Iambs wool and worsted. The ladies, | 
dear creatures, must set the example. They must | 
turn their harps and pianos into looms and spinnin 



|-.. . ""; . ..^..Jlfer7!ays-1830. 1 


1' V>':: i^^^^^dering eyo | 


t;.. t,j^^^^^^^ goue \jy ^ \i 




a».I^^^Bm)\v"s clouded hour. !| 




, : ^^^^Hay, 2h..53m. evening. | 


tJ^Bl^th da>:, 7h. 39m. evening. \\ 




rj^^Bd (lav, llh. 47m. evening. || 


r.F.r^^^^srECTS, &c. 




'© 
pets 


©© 
s.ipl 


@ 1 
r. &s.| 


^HBPIm?^;/ /o oueslioh. an 


7 11 


4. 49 


14 


« 1 15 


j^^ijp: B. V. Hary. ? Sta. 


7 9 


4 51 


14 


n 2 21! 


■||HE4 5 ciiithorU>j so sacred. 


7 8 


4 52 


14 


n 3 2c; 


IPV /vf/u'e ^'le Oracle of Delphos 


7 6 


4 54 


14 


Sd 


4 ]7| 


5 e Ac^rjtha. ilimi'spccts of the 


7 5 


4 55 


14 


25 


5 2! 


G 7 keavens icere made to pre- 


7 3 


4 57 


14 


a 


5 44! 


7 C 


Septungis. Sn.n. sage any\l 2 


4 58 


14 


a 


D rise 


8 2 


thing loliich the astrologer 


7 ] 


4 59 


15 


a 


6 15 


9 3 


desired ; and he, lilce the 


6 59*5 1 


15 


w. 


7 12 


10 4 


Priestess of the Oracle, teas 


3 58 


5 2 


15 


w 


8 e 


11 5 


© ? d Irif. careful to de- 


6 56 


5 4 


15 




9 6 


12 C ©Apog-ee. liver his re- 


6 54 


5 6 


15 


-r^ 


10 3l 


13 7 sponscs in amhig-iioHs terms 


6 53 


5 7 


15 


^ 


11 ll 


14 C Sexag-es. Sun. Valentine. 


5 52 


5 8 


15 


^ 


11 57 


15' 2 ^ ^U'Li.vyaich should be un- 


6 51 


5 9 


15 


^L 


morn.i 


16! 2 dersLood only by the'event, 


G 49 


5 11 


14 


t 


56 


1 7 4 "nf/ ^0 express them in such 


6 48 


5 12 


14 


t 


1 54 


18 5 ©:ntei:s>£?7ir;n.^crf/ia/, 6fj6 46 


5 14 


14 


V9 


2 51! 


1 9' G .'/k'/6 ctjfrtt lo/iat it would, it 


6 45 


5 15 


14 


y? 


3 45| 

4 37| 


^0 7 should be impossible for 


G 44 


5 16 


14 


ys 


21 C 


Quinquagesima Sun. them 


6 42 


5 18 


14 


ccc 


5 25 


io.^ 


©eclipsed, invis. to be al- 


6 40 


5 2U 


14 


s 


Dset. 


23 3 


JShrove Tuesday, together 


G 39 


5 21 


14 


X 


6 17! 


24' 4 


Ash Wedns. ? Stat. @P. 


6 37 


5 -23 


14 


X 


7 29 i 


25' 5 


false. Thus the astrolo- 


6 36 


5 24 


13 


cp 


8 40 1 


26 


G 


gers acquired an ahnosl un- 


6 35 


5 25 


13 


op 


9 5G; 


27 


7 


Unilled ascendency, and 


6 33 


5 27 


13 


'd 


11 7 


28 C 


1st Sunday in Lent. 


3 32 


5 20 


13 


^ 


morn. 


Vcniis will be evening star till t.iie 7th of March— jj 


thence mornino: star to the 20th of December— thence || 


ev 


eni 


ng star till the end of tiie 


year. 











MAilCH, tllf^toi^h— T830. 



Annunciation is peculiarljH^jed to Lauy Day 
! March 25, from the angel G^[^B|^ announcing tu the 
I Virgin Mary, that she should be ^: mother ol' Chris:. 
I Palm Sunday, 26th, so called beMBJ^Jiepeoplo wenl 
Ion that day with palm boughs tojp^^pDur Savior as 
I he entered Jerusalem. Gooci i*riV^|^^he day of our 
Savior's crucifixion. 



farmer's calendar. 
Ileap'd on heap the snows are pii'd, 
TJie winds still blust'ring, bleak and wilt 

But, lo ! the Riirn appears I 
Now see the sugar-makers go 
Up to their arm -pits in the snow, 
, \V]]ile hope their spirit cJieers. 



Old Boreas is now making his last elfurt. He wi: 
Ijsoon have to yield his svvay, and retreat to his uurthcr; 



% 



icave. 



Hark ! O, 'tis the sound of the flax-brake ! De- 
lightful music ! Come, girls, out with your spinning 
wheels ! Here's work for you. Let us have instru- 
mental music in the house as well as vocaL 

The tapping irons and sup-buchcts are not to be 
neglected by those who have rnaple trees. Let tlie 
soulhern nabobs be informed that we can have sugar 
uiimingled v/ith the tears and blood of slavery. 

Pay strict attention to your cattle and sheep. Much 
is lost at tliis season by neglect. If your hay crum- 
bles, sprinkle it Vv'ith brine, and sec that it is not 
wasted. 

" High, moivs^ arAfat cows, i 

J\Iake the peasant look pleasant.''' jl 

wheels, and shine out of a Sabbath in all the glory and;! 
splendor of homespun. No more rustling of silks, nor'l 
display of laces, when calico and cotton fringe will do^ 
as well, and, as the saying is, come much cheaper. — | 
Besides, as retrenchment is the word, let out your, 
plaits and tacks and lessen your patterns. There is 
drapery enough in one of your modern fashionable,' 



u.iiiJX i .u i - ' -».»JU.ujm J 



MA1{ 



31 days— 1830. 



'I'iieii wtikos 

Wtuch 

i: 



j'crl'rauglit heart 
rlnddeoing tlirill 
liours impart — 
is cold and cliill. 



A day, oh. 13m- evcnino-. 
!ay, bh. 41m. morning-. 
7th day, Oh. 47m. evening. 
'24th day, 9h. 55. morning-. 
rterSlst dav, 2h. 9m. morninir. 



ASPECTS, &.C. 



ri.se 



© |©|© 
set&Is. I pi 



•.&: 



u 

9 

10 
11 

il2 
13 
14 
1 

16 
1 
1 

M 

20 
21 

22 
123 



,2f. 



>a\ id. rnankind wtre near- 

as ready to doubt the tes- 

imony of their ozcn senses 



as the 'prescience of these 
ffjicious jyretenders. JVor 
should ice be surprised a! 
C 2d S. in Lent. © ? d Inf. 

2 this, since i?i our ov:n en- 

3 ©eclipsed inv. lightened 

4 5 Gr. elong. day, if the 

5 ©Apogee, event confrmsd 14 

6 Gregory, one out of four^G 3 2 

7 " 

c 



6 30 
6 28 
6 27 
6 25 
6 24 
6 22 
6 21 
6 19 
8 17 
6 15 



o/' ^Ae prognostications ?/i 6 1 1 
3d Siind in Lent, our Al-3 
manacs, it is enough icit/i a 6 
hxrge 2'>ortion of manldnd,.6 
to establish the opinion thatQ 
the vicissitudes nfthcweaih-\Q 
$ 11 d er are controlled by o 
©enters^ the aspects of.Q 



5 30113 
5 32 13 
5 32|12 
5 35|l2 
5 36 iv 
5 3P>il2 



5 39 
5 41 

5 43 

45 



4G 

5 48J10 

5 49|10 

5 51|10 

52 9 

53| 9 

5 55| 9 

3{5 57| 8^ 

15 69 S| 

6 Oi 8' 



C4th?un. inL. Mid LentS.jS 59j3 i 

Vdhe heavenly bodies; ana.5 57|6 3| 

2.\':Jiat as astronomers can.5 55 16 5J 

4j© eclipsed, inv. ©Feri.jj 53 "" '^' 

Srlnnunciation B .V. LI. j5 52 

d'.prcdict the aspects with zm-\o 50 

7 ? Stotionary. erring cer\o 48 

C 5Lh Sun. in Lent., lainfy, so'5 47 

^lalso can they foretell the.5 46 

s\yeather for years to CGr,ie\i) 44|6 16 

A\Du.t it is tipe mankinds 43i6 17 



lo! G 



6 

3 

G 12,' G 

G 131 G 

G 14' 



15 

1 18 

2 17 

3 12 

3 54! 

4 33 1 

5 10 
5 44 

]) rise 
7 2 

7 59 

8 56 
2 55 

10 52i 

11 49j 
morn. | 

45 1 

1 381 

2 30 

3 19! 

4 4 
4 45 i' 
2 23 

D set. 

7 37, 

8 52 if 

ylio 5| 

n n 14| 

n.morn. It 
S isjl 

S 1 13 



APRIL, fourth i^b^— 1830. 



Easter Sunday is tiie greif^Mp^^i.of aur fSavior'c 
resurrection, and determines tli^BBKO^ a-5^ ths luove- 
abJe feasts. It is hold on the Sun^^»^ or next after, 
the full moon, next after the 21stJ^^p-ch. 

Bight, ascension of a planet is its^^pance from the 
beginning of Aries, reckoned on tnS|^fiator to th<; 
east, according to the order of the signlHK 

farmer's calendar, ^^i^^^r 

Spring-, lovely spring, returns again, ^^^~ 
To strew her beauties o'er the plain, ^^ 

And every charm display ; _ wk^ 

To warm ttie breast with fond desire, 
The warblers of the wood inspire, 

To tune the sportive lay. 



" Dreary winter is now past ; the returning zephyrs 
dissolve the fleecy snow, and unlock the frozen streams, j 
which overflow the meadows, and enrich the teeming, 
earth." Vegetation, which has lain dormant throughj 
the winter, la again waking to life; flowers burst fromj 
their embryo state to clothe the forests and the mead- 
ows with beauty, and the birds fill the air with the 
melody of their not<is. 

Come, let us be stirring, and not be the only idle 
beings in the world ! The good husbandman has now 
sufiicioat inducement to stimulato him to industry, 
without being continually pricked up like a dull ox. 
Fences and stone walls want repairing. 
Jf^/iat yoii delay to do Co- day, 
Will overtax io-morroio. 



sleeves to bedeck the whole body in folds and farbe 
lows. . j 

It is a good time, too, to establish temperate socie-| 
ties, and "cheap living societies — to make poundcake^ 
of Indian meal and niolasses, and to restore gluttons, 
from the consequences of surfeting, by confining them; 
to bean porridge and hominy. We must iiut forget toj 
mention that It Is In contemplation among the ladies ot^ 
acquaintance to form an niili-cake feocicty, thej 



our 



APR 



;0 days— 1830. 



Ere yel tl 
And thi^ 

And ov 
Gat he 



jling dries, 
row fall, 
"mpathies 
id Itmel}' pall. 



Fuii 

(I i - • ■ 

D Fil 



any, 2h. 40rn. niorniDg. 
-ter 16th day, 2h. Om. morning. 
22d day, Oh. Sc.m. evcningf. 
farter 29th day, 3h. 5m. evening-. 






^R, ASPECTS, &C. 



rise 



© i©l®| © 
sets j s.| pllr. &s. 



c 
10 
11 
12 
IS 
14 
115 
16 
17 
il8 
19 
20 
2] 
22 

2; 



d rcere xindecciveo 
n this subject. It is thru 
\ese relics of popular de- 
CiGth &. in L.'Pahn Sund. 
^{htsion icere handed over t< 
^0 2^ n oblivion, with the 
■superstitions of '■'■ olderi 
©Apoo-ee. times." 
Good Friday. ' The i^rog- 



6 
7 
C Easter Day. nosticationsqf 

2 the iventhcr have been here- 

3 ^ Stationary. tnfore in 
4\serted in ihe Register^ not 
5 because they were consider 
a ed of any importance, or to 

impose "iipon the public, bii 

1st Snnd. af East. Low.S 

Ball. Lexington 1775 

©enters ^ as a kind of 

AVneccssary evU to meet th 

5 © ^ 6 Slip. #Peri. ex 

6iSt. George, jpectations of a 

l\rertain class of people lohc 

C|2d Sun. af Easter. have 

'^l 6 ^ 6 been in the habii oj 

o\asc7'ibing ihe changes in tht 

4\weather to the infuence of 

5\the celestial bodies. But 

6 u^^D ive believe the time 



42 


6 18 


4 


25 


40 


6 20 


4\a 


39 


6 21 


3ia 


37 


6 23 


3 


TTj/ 


35 


6 25 


3 


TtF 


34 


6 26 


2 


r(\J 


32 [G 28 


2 




31 


6 29 


2 


^ 


29 


6 31 


2 


■(^ 


28 


6 32 


1 


TT1 


27 


6 33 


1 


Til 


26 


6 34 


1 


t 


24 


6 36 





t 


23 


6 37 





K- 


21 


6 39 


Fk 


19 


6 41 


0I-- 


18 


6 42 





0X1 



^ D rise; 



16|6 

1 



6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 



7 

8 

9 

10 
11 
morn 

3: 



44 
45 
47 
48 
50 
51 
52 
54 
55 
57 
58 
59 




a 



3,^ 



21 



5 



D set. 
7 47 
9 3 

10 12' 

11 12, 
morn. 

6 
50 
30i 



MAY, filth m 




Ascensio7% day^ is kept ir 
Savior's ascension into heaven? 
'called from the glorious li<rht of 
jihe descent of the Holy Ghost up 
'answers to the Jewish Pentecost. : 
:in honor of the Holy Trinity. 

RGgaiion^ from the extraordinary p 
cessions then made for the fruits ofthi 



oration of. our j 

-Sunday \q so 

manifested !>y ' 

apostles. I: 

infiy is a feas! 



FARMER S CALENDAR. 

Pleasant is the Hov/'ry mead, 
NaLQrc's gayest scene is spread, 

And music fills the grove ; 
Lovers enamoured by the lay, 
From public sight deligiit to stray, 

And tell their tales of love. 




" Let us correct our own follies and vices," said my| 
uncle Joe, '•'• and v/c shall have but little occasion toj 
complain of the other sex." True, said I, and I pre-j 
diet that at the instcmt we become truly virtuous, and\ 
cease to treat the female sex %oith indifference or abuse,': 
our modern Xaniippes will be transformed into beings j 
as agreeable and lovely as can possibly be conceived. | 

Attend to your planting as soon as your ground is j 
sufficiently dried- i 

Now as warm weatiier approaches, the young miss- 
es begin to think about a rig-zqj. Fashions are alter- j 
ed, and we must have new gowns, bonnets, ribbons,! 
ruffles, hair-combs and handkerchiefs. Alas^toJiat 5^.-j 
crifices of fat ccdtle are yearly made to the goddess Fash- 1 
ion ! 1 

He who follows fashion, and buys every thing, will I 
soon come to — nothing. 



members to be bcmid to offer but two kinds of cakcj 
instead of half a dozen. A good thought — and let one 
of them be the good old Indian bannock. Let the re- 
jform extend both to food and physic, and the doctors 
jiprescribe white" mustard instead of jalap and ipecac, 
jlndeed, if the proposeji retrenchment in eatinii and 



MAY hatyi days— J 830. ij 


. Jr\''licn tho w,/. , ;)i • iTTTmill can sweJl 




.-'"^ VVithui: ii's daring flame, 




How little r :ii uja.^iurit tell 
•-:-,_ The bom ii.'.-^^*rory of a name. 






• QFuU iMoou 7 th day, 7h. 13m. evening. j| 


■ d Last Qtrffrter 15th day, 11 h. 28m 


morning. ij 


,.®,Ne\v-M^i 2-2d day, 2h. 24m. morning. |j 


D Fi^jjffTrter 29th day, 5h. 59m. 


morning. || 


"c" 


'^ CJ^Kyr>AB.. ASPECTS. &.C. 


© 1 © 


1 


# 


d 


rf 




-ML ' 


risesjsets. 


pi 


r. &s. 


SMPhihps and !St. James.i4 5917 


1 


3'rr5 


2 5 


1 ^^ 


Qpd Sund. af. Easter, has-i 58 


7 


2 


3 nj 


2 37 




^© h □ arrived when these4 56 


7 


4 


3 ri$ 


3 7 


^ 


21 


prog7ioslkatlons should le\4: 55 


7 


6 


3 


.£^ 


3 36 i 


i 5 


4| 


2| Stat. ®Apo. rejected 4 54 


7 


6 


4 


_^ 


4 3: 


J ^ 




rw unworthy to be presented 4 52 


7 


8 


4 


\ 


4 31: 


'^ 


6 


fy an enlightened commimi- 


4 51 


7 


9 


4 


n 


D rise! 


8 


7 


®$ a ty. 


4 50 


7 


10 


4 


^L 


7 52; 


9 


c 


4th Sun. after Easter. 


4 48 


7 


12 


4 


^' 


8 48 


lio 


2 


At the present day, the 4 46 


7 


14 


4 


t 


9 42 


1^^ 


3 


Moon is the only planetA 45 


7 


15 


4 


\S 


10 33, 


12 


4 


xchich is generally suppos-A 44 


7 


16 


4 


V? 


11 21 


13 


5 


ed to exert any considerahlc^4 42 


7 


18 


4 


V? 


morn. 


14 


6 


control over the iveather. 


4 41 


7 


19 


4 


ox 


4; 


15 


7 


i^stat. Her injiuence up- 


4 4017 


20 


4\^ 


42 


16 


C 


5th S. af. Easter, on the 


4 39 


7 


21 


4X 


1 20 


17 


2 


? Gr. elung-. earth is vn- 


4 38 


7 


22 


4|}{ 


1 58, 


18 


g 


Dark day, 1780. question- 


4 37 


7 


23 


4,T 


2 34 i 


19 


4 


^Peri. able. She enlight- 


4 36 


7 


24 


4 


T 


3 91 


20 


5JAsc. day. Holy Thurs. 


4 35 


7 


25 


4 


« 


3 48! 


21 


6 


@ enters n ens it, causes a 


4 34 


7 


26 


4 


d 


4 30 


22 


7 


mutation of its axis, and 


4 33 


7 


27 


4 


n 


]) set.! 


23 


C 


Sup ^^ Asc. jiroduces tides 


4 32I7 


28 


4 


r^ 


8 53 


24 


2 


botn lu the ocean and at- 


4 32 


7 


28 


4|S 


9 54 


25 


3 


mosphere. But observa- 


4 31 


7 


29 


305 


10 41 


26 


4 


tion has abundantly proved 


4 30 


7 


30 


3Lq 


11 27 


27 


5l</irt< </ie phases and aspects 
6\of the moon have no dffi- 


4 29j7 


31 


^i^^ 


morn. 


28 


4 29 7 


31 


3a 


2 


29 


7 


K. Charles II. restored. 


4 28 7 


32 


3iTiy. 


36 


ho 


C 


Whit Sunday. nite and 4 27 7 


33 


3 


W 


I 8 


t 


2 


assignable relation to ihe^4 27 7 


33 


3 


zC= 


1 39 



^^Ip^^ ^SS^ ^^ T'^^^^^^^^^^'^'r 



Moon Aporrec : 
frorn the earth. 

Oppo^Uhn. A 
Vv'hen it is on tlie side of the earth op 
When vl planet is in opposition it rise 
:)f the Eun's setting, sets abont the tim 



ind is en the 




•idian at it 



Jovial now in social pride, 

On yonder monntnin's Punny side. 

The bleatinn: lornbl^ins play: 
Tlie busy ploughmnn jog's nlonj:, 
And joins tise mock-bird'G cheerful song, 

Or robin's plaintive lay. 



Seme people spend their whole lives in n^etiin^; rea- 
dy to live. But wiiy is it always pi,it in the future 
tense? A. person wlio is unprepared to live, is cer- 
tainly unprepared to die. 

JSul if ICC live v'kilc IDC slav^ ■ 
JVe are f'^epar'd fo (fie ici-o'ay. 
Look well to your .r^ardcns, and sec that your vine? 
do not all f::o to the huq:9. 

Mother Earth, if wooed and conrted, offers to rennj- 
your attention i Neglect her not. She will reward 
[you with a profysiou of o-ootI things in autun-in. 
H<s;h rnoios, a full sJied^ 
Fat beef and v:hitc brertd, 
Happy farmers, full fed. 
Come, bo3's, let us be in the cornfield ; this is a hur- 
ryinn- season, and we must endeavor toker ^pace with 
our business. 



|drinkin^y takes place, the doctors will starve for all thei 
'physic tliat will be wanting. No otiier sndorifics willl 
ibe needed th'^n sag-e and catnip. We did intend tore-j 

icommend an anti-hypon society, but our blessed help-; 

limate threatens to raise a dust if v^^e say a word about' 

lintroducinir bohea, and to avoid a breeze, we have con- 1 



] OLiiaay, 9h. 3'J:ii, inorUin^'. 
rter 13t'b day, 6h. Oiu. evening-, 
n SOth day, lOh. 14rn. morning, 
uarter 27Lh day, iOh. 27rn. eveninf>-. 





days— Il;i>0. 

luut its smilo 
;ierer on liis_ivay, 
s light be-ai!e, 
beams (l('ca\'. 



>;r)AR, ASPECTS. 



&c. I ® ! © 



irises 



Isots. 



©I# 






10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
IS 
19 

■21 

IS 

|S 

!27 
J28 

29 

30 



fvs oj tlLc iceat/icr. 
IFcre the weather under 
^ stationary, the influence 
■)f the mooK^ that mjluence 
should be greatest between 
Trinity Sunday, the trop- 
ics, but there no traces of ii 
can be discovered. And, 
A further, were the weather 
controlled brj the lunar as- 
St. Barnabas, pecfe, the 



i 'Z\j\l 34 



4 25 
4 55 
4 24 
4 24 
4 
4 
4 
4 



23 7 

I, 



7 35 
7 35 
7 36 
7 36 
37 



23 7 3 

22 7 3 

22 7 3 

7 



1 21 7 39 

same aspcc' should be at- 4 2117 39 

4 2l|7 39 

39 

40 

40 



1st Sun. af Trinity, tended 
by a similar state of the 
(2) ^ d Iiif- weather ihro'- 
ut the most extensive coun- 
oSt. Alban. # Perigee. 
6 tnj. But this is very far 
from being- the fact. The 
C.2d Sunday after Trinity. 
2(g) eaters S ivcithcr isoft- 
oten j^^eci'Sant and fair in 
4 o?ie place while the storm is 
SNaiiy. St. John Baptist. 

6 raging- at a Utile distance. 

7 In short, if the moon exerts 
C 3d Sunday after Trinity. 
2 y stationary. any injlu- 
3St. Peter. '^Apo. encc 
Apver the weather., it is so 



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JULY, sevemliiiliik^iGSO 




Aphelion is that point of a plai^EsgorTjit which is at 
tlie greatest distance from the ^SW^ifodes are th^^ 
two points where the orbit of a planet ac'ems to inter- 
ect the ecliptic. That where the pl%et appears to 
I ascend froDfi the south to the north side^'of the eclip- 
tic, is called the ascending node ; the o^^^feite point, 
where the planet appears to descend froref||iie nofth 
to the south, is called the descending node. 



FARMERS CALENDAR. 

Ten thousand thousand insects gay, 
Warm'd by the sun's enlivening ray, 

Awake to life and joy ; 
Hark ! hear the mow-man whet his scythe, 
All now are merry, gay and blithe, 

Not one without employ. 




Come, wife, let us broach the barrel of hop boer! 
jWe are about to begin our haying, and are determin- 
ed to make this beverage a substitute for ardent spirits 
this season. Since we have declaimed so loudly against 
(the use of spirituous liquors, if we do not inculcate the 
some by our example, our neighbors will think we are 
I more willing to be fools ourselves^ than to have others 
so. 

Beware of tattling; or more poetically, 
" Talk not of others' business! butheioare 
Of whom you talk^ to whom, of what, ami ichere." 
If we blow the coals of others' strife, it would not 
be strange if some of the sparks should tly in our faces. 
jit is much the best to mind our own business, and the 
most effectual way to make others mind theirs. 

jcluded not to interfere v/ith the trade to China at 
[present. 

Honestly, we have departed strangely from the sim- 
plicity and economy of former times. The world has 
grown extravagant. We build our houses and bonnets 
too large, and our steeples and hats to high. We 



'hath III days — 1830. 




owiied hall 
pouip, that restlessness 
nd memory recal 

it our youth coalJ bless. 



jon 5th day, 9h. 35m. evening. 
_uarter 12ih day, lOh. 47m. evening. 
Moon 19th day, 7h. 25rn. evening. 
Quarter 27th day, 3h. 46m. evening. 



^E>"DAR, ASI-ZCTS, &C. 



© 



rises sets.lS. ol 



10 
11 
12 
13 

!14 
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16 

il7 

:i8 

il9 
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21| 

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29 



trifimg cii; t-atrctiy to de- 4 
Visitation of B. V. TJary. 

-erve notice^ among' the 
4th Sunday after Trinity. 
g) ir S vxuUiplicity of 

more efncien/x. causes, which 
iperateinthe production Oj\i 
nieteoroh^ical phenomena. 4 

^ Great Elongation. 

And, ij the influence of 
5th Sunday after Trinity. 
the moon upon the weather 
'Xinnot be traced, or assign- 
@ Perigee, ed, much less 
can its infiuence npon the 
animal or veirelable crea- 



4 22 
4 22 



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31 



tion. JS'otwithstanding the 
Coth Sunday after Trinity. 
Nearly physicians supposed 
3ciimo-it every animal, ve^et- 
4 able and mineral, and eve- 
ry part of the human, body. 

6 ig)enters^^ to be governed 

7 bi/ some celestial bod'.', as- 
C7thS. afTrini. St. James 
2 St. Anne, pect, or other 

©Apogee, tutelar deity, 

'.ipomchose auspices depen- 

o .led the ejflcncy of all their 

6 prdicriptions, yet the most 

©i^c? ohser vjjig of mcd- 



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24 7 
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AUGUST, eio-hth mont 



Lamas Day^ when our forcfaLher 
of bread made with new wheat. It is c 
Assumjjiion, a feast on the 15th, in honor 
uloiis ascent of the holy Virgin into heav 

Longitude of a planet is its distance from 
n'lng of Aries, reckoned on the echptic 
'Latitude of a planet is its distance from the 
thcr north or south. 



FARMER S CALENDAR. 

The rolling' seasons now again 

Have crown'd the hills with yellow grain ; 

The promise cannot fail. 
" Delays are dang'rous:" now secure it, 
I'll not another week insure it 

From storms of rain and hail. 






" If your neighbor's cattle break into your cornfield, ^ 
or he and you have a dispute about a few acresof land, j 
' look ere you lenp' into the law. The law is a hot-' 
tomless pit; and the lawyers, w^ho sometimes help you; 
in, and sometimes out, will not help you either way for 
nothing." 

Your spring grain, flax and hemp — ' Hold ! you do 

not ihink us such idiots as to neglect these, do you, 

:Mr. Almanack-Maker?" Truly, I hope not ; but in 

jlimes past I have thought that there was enough was-| 

ted through carelessness to pay for liarvesting by most 

of our farmers. The more care, the less labor. - | 

j " Change of rrcather makes eonversation for fools,'' | 

;says neighbor Tom; "no matter ichat the weather is, i 

'for if we calculate, we shall be rcadij to sail with all, t 

winds." I 

1 . ii 

must retrench, razee and curtail. The prmters musi,| 

Itake the hint and not publish so many long yarns- — jl 

jSome of our newspapers are as big as a southern plan-| 

;tation. It is a waste of paper. They should be re-il 

iduced to what was formerly the rule, just the si7,e off 

jan old fashioned pewter platter. It would not take | 

jhalf so long for industrious folks to read them. il 




hath 31 davs— 1830. 



quiet rest — 
flo\ver, the evening sky: 
bvo the blue lake's breast, 
vsteriously on hiffh. 



n 4tli day, 8li. 8m. morning-, 
uarter 11th day, 3h. 19m. morning, 
loon loth day, 7h. 4m. morning, 
iiarter 26th day, 9h. 14m. morninn-. 



>'DAR, ASPECTS, &C. 



rises 



© ©I© 
sets^lpl 



r. &s. 



8 
9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
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27 
128 
29 
30 
31 



7 

7 

7 

4 49|7 

4 50!7 



4 51 



3th S. afTrm. Lam. day. 4 46 

-rn physicians have declar- 4 47 

-'d thai they could trace no 4 48 

4\2) V 6 Inf. Com. Vt. Uni- 

[versity. coymexion or re- 

Trn'sfigurat'n of our Lord 

lation., between tke 'phases].^: 53 

9th Sunday after Trinity. 4 54 

^ 'h 6 #Perigee. of iheU bb 

moon or the aspects of the\^ 

heavens, and the conditiowA 

K. Geo. IV born 1762. '' 

of their patients. Similar 

^^6 testimony has been 

lOth Sun. after Trinity. 

given by the most experien- 

Iced husbandmen, and the 

©eclipsed, invis. :^ stat. 

) y c^ learned^, natural 

historians, respecting the 

' animal ^-vegetable creation. 

CJlth Sun. after Trinity. 

2|© enters Vi^. The notion 

3 ©Apogee. that thistles] 

4jSt. Bartholomew. and 

blbushes should be cut when 

6me sign is in the heart, in 

7St. Ausrustin. order to in- 

C 12th Sun. after Trinity. 

2 sure their destruction — that 

I opork should be killed in the 



10 



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246 



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146 
166 
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21 6 39 
25i6 38 
37 
36 
25j6 35 
266 34 



SEPTEMBER, ninth 



Stationary. A planet is said t 
to an observer on liie earth, it a 
in the same point in the heavens 

Direct. 'T[\Q. motion of a planet is sa 
when it moves I'orvvard to the east, a( 
order of the signs. Retrograde, is when 
ipears to move backward, or contrary to 
pithe signs. 




FARMER S CALENDAR. 

Now Auinmn yields her trt-asure up, 
With bliss to fill the farmer's cup, 

And make his joys complete ; 
\Vith rip'niijg fruit the orchards bend 
The forests their assistance lend, 

The bees give uplheir sweet. 



^^ Jolui Do-little zvax the son of good vjife Spin-li.tile.\ 
And I have heard that this John Do-little married Bet- 
ty ThinklitUe, and from this last couple sprung a very 
little race of creatures. Now let us haste and drive 
business, or we shall be thought to belong to the Do- 
little family." 

I Now the fields, loaded with the bounties of nature, 
■show us that we have not labored in vain. The or- 
Ichards bend witli fruit, and the meadows and hill tops 
lare crowned with ripening corn. 

I • Wonderful have been the changes of fashion this 
Jseason; but it requires an abler connoisseur than nij- 
'self to see wherein tliey are altered for the better. 
I If you would be rich, retrench a little from the ex- 
Ipense of maintaining your bad habits, use less rum 
jand tobacco, and clothe yourself with domestic manu- 

jfactures. __^ 

I There are many more matters that call for reforma- 
tion ; but we will wait to see how these hints are re- 
garded before we name any more. 

P. 5'. We have half a mind to recommend re- 
trenchment to lonnr sermons ; but are almost afraid to 



say a word about it. Perhaps 
imonizers jog on in their old way .- 



it is better to let ser- 
-Tkomaston Regiater. \ 



S.G] 



hath 30 days— 1830. 



These pt] 
From. 

Makrng 
Witii, 



and chastened light 
years oe'r sorrow's hour — 
)resont seem more bright, 
)\ving and pervading power. 



O Full j\J;oon 2cl day, 5h. 49m. evening. 
^ LasUr),uarter 9th day, 9h. 8m. mornino-. 
© Ne:s^vIoon 16th day, 9h. 39m. evening. 

,unrter 25th day, 2h. 2m. morntnrr. 




NDAR, ASPECTS, &,C. 



new of tke moon^dfc. 
London burnt, 1666, O. 

[S. ©eclipsed. 
2^stat. ©Perigee. 
13th Sund. after Trinity. 
1.9 no less foolish and cM- 
Freemen's Meeting in Vt. 
nierical than that of for e- 
telling' events by the fight 
of birds or the entrails of 
animals. In fine, the sign 
14th Sund. after Trinity. 
% h 6 or situation of the 
Holy Crass, moon in the 
ZodiaCy has' no more con- 
©eclipsed invisible. 
? Great Elong. cern with 
cutting bnshes, planting 
15th Sund, after Trinity. 
2 © ^ 5 ©Apogee. 

St. Matthew, seeds, xoeanAs 
ing children and calves\5 
©enters:^, and the like}^ 
than the lunar inhahitants\Q 
have with our domestic conAQ 
16th Sund. after Trinity. 6 
cerns. If it be admitted ^ 
that the signs exert any 
St. MichoBl. 'particular 
St. Jerome. ^ Stationary. 



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rises sets. 



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286 
296 
319 
326 
336 
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37 6 

38 6 
6 
6 

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11 17 
morn. 

10 

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7 9 

7 38 

8 9 

8 42 

9 14 
9 52 

10 38 

11 29 
morn. 

27 

1 34 

2 40| 

3 50; 



OCTOBER, tciith K 




OccaU'.iiion is tiia obscuration 
sig-iit of any star or planet, by the int^ 
body of the Moon or some ot.jr plane 

Corgundion. Two iieavenly bodies ar 
iin conjunction when they arc both on the 
'the earth. When two planets are in conjui, 
ri::ie5 conie to the ineridian, and set at the 

FARMErJs CALENDAR. 

The feathcr'd songsters cease to sini^, 
The insect tribes with gilded win<T, 

Resign their cheeruii breath ; 
The leaves by pinchin^^ frost embrown'd, 
Willi carpets spread the forest ground, 

And nature einks in death, ■ 

Look with an eye of charity on your indigent neigh- 
bor. Deride hiui not because he is poor. \/e know 
not how soon we may be brought to his low estate. 
Riches may take to themselves wings, and fly away. 
INow, in ray opinion, he who scoffs at poverty and mis- 
Ifortune, deserves not the name of human. Harvest 
[your Indian corn, and see it does not spoil in the heap 
before it is husked. 

It is said, that " if the best man's faults icere wriden 
in his forehead, he loouhl pull his hat over his cycs.'^ 

Gather in your winter apples, lest they be injured 
by the frost. Dig potatoes. 

"He who flies to a knavish lawyer for succour, as 
the sheep to the bushes in a storm, must expect to 
leave a good part of his fleece behind him." 

When prosperous times come to the poor, they 
igrow rich rapidly, because of their habits— when bad 
ijrimes come to the rich, they grow poor rapidly, be- 
;!cause of their habits. By habits are meant those of 
!|ap[)lication, expense, and respect to small earnings and 
'savings. Habits, then, should not be much ciianged 
on account of prosperity. This is important to "the 
man, and a blessing as an exam|)le. Luxuries and or- 
naments should not be considered neoessaricv^, extrav- . 
ance the basis of respect, norjdleness^happjness^ | 



ath 31 d3 7s— 1830. 



_ irt as Slimmer wind, . 
-Solian's wizard string ; 
1 tha weary min-l, 
3am3 from ?.lemorv'=; loadofl 



Li 



n 2d day, 3h. Bin. morning-. 
Iiarter 8th day, 5h.43iTi. evening. 
ONIoon 16th day, 2h. 42m. evening^. 
Quarter 24th day, 5h. 31 rn. evening 
Moon 31st day. Oh. 29m. evening. 



.EXDAR, ASPECTS, C^C. 



rises 



8 
9 
10 
U 
12 
13 
14 
lo 
16 
17 
IG 
19 
20 
1 
22 
23 
24 
25 
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27 
28 
29 
10 
31 



22 6 



Remigius. injiucnce^ HQ 12 

©l^n ©Perigee. 6 14 

I7th Sund. after Trinity. 6 16 
will foiloio from the pre- 6 1 7 
'^ession of the equinoxes^ G 1 9 
Faith, that every point of Q 
the Zodiac xoill., in process 6 
of time, exert the same in- G 
'h-'ence ; or if the infaiC7ice 6 
toth Sund. after Trinity. 5 
be exerted bv a particular € 
©a dlnf. Arn.dis. 1492. 6 
portion of the heavens, thai G 
Sess. of Vt. Legislature. G 
D ? d portionichich gov-'G 
i'JT Stationary. ernQd the Q 
19th Sand, after Trinity. G 
S Apogee. heart, lohen 6 
6" Stat, this sage a.^trolo- G 
g-?/ was invented, is not in G 
Leo, of the Zodiac, but j/rJG 
he constellation Leo, which G 
3enter9't1|^ is now in the Q 
20th Sund. after Trinity. 6 
sign Gemini of the Zodiac; 6 
either of xohich sufficienth/ 6 
vinces the ahsy.rdJt>j of the G 
notions which have prevail- 6 53 
« Great Elongation. G .54 

©Jfj^ n f« o;i this suhjecl. 6 56 
21st Sund. after Trinitv. G 57 



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23 5 

25 5 

2G 5 

275 

29|5 

31 15 

32 5 

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N OVExMBER, elevem- faaaQa th — 1C30. 



All-Saints, a festival celebrated oMfce first, by the 
ancient church in honor ot'the Saints. 

Greatest elongation of an inferior Dlai^|is when the 
planet appears to be at its greatest ^wfoce either 
east ov west frooi the sun, thut it can be^'that revo- 
lution. ^ 

- — 4 

FARrtlER S CALE>'DAR. g 

Your gran'ries full, your barns o'erflow,^ * 
The bounties that the fields bestow 
The happy farm-house throng ; 




Who thus your every toil repays, 
In a ihanksgivhig song. 

Be very circumspect in the selection of your school- 
master. Every mushroom, now a days, who is able 
to read in the Spoiling Book, and has blundered througlji 
the ground rules of arithmetic, sets up for a peda- 
gogue, thinking it easier to dose in a school house,! 
roast his shins, and strut about with an old watch in| 
his pocket, than to use the axe or flail. " He ca/is on-\ 
ly six dollars a vio)ith," says oj>e, '* and our childrcn\ 
are mostly small ; I believe he uill answer this winter.''\ 

But remember it is easier to learn three things than! 
to unlearn one. I 

Secure your gardsn vegetables in your cellars, andl 
your cellars against frost. Neiglibor Careful is now 
prepared for^-inter. His carts, ploughs, harrows and; 
hoes, are allsafely under shelter, and his sleighs and 
sleds are put in order for winter. This man is master! 
of his business, and drives it before him, whereas I 
could name some, whose business drives them, audi 
presses hard upon their backs. 

Riches are the instruments of good and evil, ace or-! 
ding to the disposition of the possessor. A good for-| 
tune is an edged tool, which a hundred may get foj 
one that knows how to use it. Humanity, good na-l 
ture, magnanimity, and a sense of honor, should be the! 
qualifications of the rich: humility and patience, Indus I 
try and temperance, tlrose of the poor. 



-. KO"" 



[BER hatii 30 days— 1830. 



Oh how; 
And 

And 
To I 



;-y lov"? to rove, 
rht the fic-kls of the pn?« again, 

back Ihouglns of perished lovO 
fo like stars on lisr magic chain. 



a Lag 

I) 



•ter 7th day, 6 h. 4 m. morr.ing. 
[ocn 15tli day, 9 h- 6 m. niorninfj. 
,uarter 23'd day, 6h. 55 m. morning. 
Moon 29th dav, 10 h. 19 m. Gvetiinof. 



i t?. 



!endaPm aspects, 



&c. 



rises 



© i©i©i m . 

sets. I s. |p].|r. &s. j 



Ail Saints. Red clouds ir, '3 5b|5 

Ihc vest, at sunset, especial- 7 0j5 
lyxvhcn ikey have a tint of 7 114 

purple, portend f.ne weath 7 2J4 

GjPowder Pint, 1605. er. 1 ti-l'l 

I'Tke reason of which is. 7 5! 4 

C|2:d Sund. after Trinity. 7 cLi 

^that the air ichen dry, re- 1 71 4 
S D Q fracts more red or 7 9 4 

AJieat-maJcing rays; and as'i l04 

s\dry car is not perfectly 1 ll'4 

Qdrdnsparent, they are again 7 13 

Ivrcfieclcdinthe horizijii. c4'i7 14 

C|23d Sund. after Trinity. 7 15 

2 1 ^ Apogee, copper or yel-u 1 6 ^ 

Sj/ofo sunset generally fore-1 inj4 

tels rain ; but as an indica- 1 1 9}4 
tion of wet weatker ap- 7 
preaching, nothing is morel 
certain than, ike halo i owid[7 
C|24th Stnid. after Trinity 



16 



2 


50 

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57|l6 
56il3 
54J16 
53 16 
51 16 
50 16 
49 16 



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21i^t. Clement. ]) 

4 

5 

6 



©ent.:? 

g. the 
© ^ D . mooTi, which is 
D $ 6 • produced by the 
precipitated water ; and the 
larger ihe_circle the nearer 
Advent Sund. the clouds. 
©Perigee. 6^ the more rea- 
St.^Andrew.j; dytofalL 



4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
28|4 
234 
294 
304 
31 4 



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4l',15 

40|15 
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35 i3X 
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331 1 3h- 
32|l2!cp 
32 h2|cY7 
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6 28 

7 17 

8 8 

9 5 

10 5 

11 6 
morn. 

7 
1 

2 6 

3 4 

4 

4 56 

5 49 
D set. 

5 55 

6 39' 

7 23, 

8 15^ 

9 lOi 
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12i 



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24; 
35; 

46! 
01 
D risel 
5 43; 



DECEMBER, twelfth moi 



irci! as a 
savior's 



Advent Sundays are the four gundayP JB^ ? Christ- li 
mas. This is a time appointed by 
preparation for the approaching festival 
nativity. 

Christmas is a festival on tire 25th> held 
oration of the birth of Christ. 

FARMEPJs CALENDAR. 

Blust'ring winter cornes again, 
Dreary, comes to close the scene ; 

The weather grows severe; 
Now pay your debts— receive your due, 
To friends be constant, kind and true, 

And peace fihall close the year. 



Winter is again coming upon us, prepared or not | 
Kill vour hogs for home use, and be about smoking; 

your hams. , . ^ ? o I 

Interfere not with the regulations of your school- 1 
master. If Billv has received a severe drubbing as- 
certain whether' he deserved it before you justify hun 
and call the master a scoundrel. And if you thinKjbat 
he did not deserve it, you had better conceal it .rom 
him, and have a private but friendly interview withtno 
master on the subject. His task at best is but a scene 
of care and anxiety. ^ ; 

But with the year I must close my ooservations, Uv 
wishing vou peace of mind and domestic tranqmhty ; i 
full barns and granaries ; fat beef and pork ; good fires ^ 
without smokv rooms; sleighrides without turning 
over ; a full pu'rse, with a liberal hand and a generous 
heart: peaceable neighbors and good conipany ; good 
books'and much pleasuve,-as for muself^ I wish an in- 
creased demand, and good pay, for my kegister. 

Wep^th is ant to betrav a man into arrogance, pride 
and luxury ; let us therefore ever vemember, it is a 
talent given us of God ; aiul as we have nothing but 
what we receive from him, we should imitate his lovej 
to us, by being always ready and willing to communi- , 
cate his gifts to others 



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SITUATION, BOUJNDAHIES A>iD EXTEI 

The state of Vermont is situated belvvei 
grees and 44 rninutss, and 45 degrees north 
and between one degree 43 minutes, and - 
minutes of east longitude from Philadelphia. . 
bounded on the east by the west line of Connec . 
riveir, which separates it from New-Hampshire ; on th 
south by Massachusetts ; on the north by the 45th de 
gree of north latitude, which separates ft from Loweril 
Canada ; and on the west by the state of New-York 
from which it is separated by the west line of the town 
of Pownal, Bemiington, Shaftsbury, Arlino-ton, Sand-j| 
gate, Rupert, Pawlot, \Yel!a, and Poultney, and byi 
the middle of the deepest channel of Poultney river,| 
East Bay, and Lake Champlain. Its mean width is! 
65 miles, and mean length 157 1-2 miles, and contains! 
10,237 1-2 square miles, or 6,552,000 acres. 

DIVISION. 

The first division of the territory of Vermont into 
counties, took place in 1765, while the government of 
New- York clauned jurisdiction over it. The south-' 
western parts were then annexed to the county of Al-, 
bany, and the northwestern parts wore erected into aj 
county by the name of Charlotte. Cumberland coun- 
ty was formed of the southeastern parts, and Glouces- 
ter county of the northeastern. The Green Moun-l 
tains form the only natural division. These moun-l 
tains extend quite through the state from south to' 
north, and, following the western ran^^-e, divide it vcryj 
nearly into two equal parts. 

The state of Vermont is now divided into 13 coun- 
ties, which are subdivided into 245 townships and 16 
jgores. The townships are generally about six miles 
jsquare; the gores are much smaller. The names of 
Ithe counties and shire towns, aiid the number of towns 



trxl gor^s in;j 
i folio win 



county, in 1024, are exhibited in the jj 
TABLE. 



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Shire Toicns. 


5 

5 


m 

2 


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P 


e5_ 


Adt^^U, 


Mlddleurbv, 


2o 


1 


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^ Bennington^ ) 
) Manchester, \ 


17 




MMdomn, 


Danville, 


17 


3 


[^^'uittenders. 


Burlington, 


PJ 


1 


Esses, 


Guildhall, 


IG 


3 


► Frarikan, 


St. Albans, 


19 


2 


Graad-IsJe, 


North-Hero, 


5 




Orange, 


Chelsea, 


17 




Oilcans, 


Irasburoh, 


23 


1 


Rutland, 


Rutland, 


26 




Washinjrton, 


Moutpeiicr, 


17 




Windham, 


New fane, 


24 


4 


Windsor, 


Woodstock, 


23 


1 



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For a particaiar descnptiou oi' the rivers, lakes, isi- 
Jands, soil, i)roductions, &c. see Thompson s Gazelleer 
:»f this slate, an iriteresting and valuable work, for 
jsale at fhc Montpelicr Book Store- 

GOVER>'ME>T. 

The present Constiuitioa of Vcrtnont %V8S adopted 
by the Conveniion holden at Windsor, Juh^ 4, 1793. 
According to v/iiich,'i,he legislative powers are vested 
lin a house of represent ativcs, chosen annually by the 
jfreerri.-n of ea^h organized town, on the first "Taesuay 
of Septeiaber^ of su-ch persons as shall liave resided in 
the state two years. 

! The Executive Po'cvers are vested in the Supreme 
(Executive Coutvcil, which consists of a Governor, 
'Lieutenant Governor, aad twelve persons chosen by 
the freemen of the stale, at tlieir njeeting holden in 
each town, on the first Tuesday of September annual- 
ly, in -addition to the usual executive powers, the 
Governor and Council have power to revise and pro- 

Q2 '■ " 



30 

pose amendments to the laws passei 
representatives; and if the arneridrnent 
jcurred in by the house, to suspend thci] 
the next session ofthe leg'islature. 

The House of Representatives has 
junction with the Governor and Counci 
nually, Judges of the Supreme, Count 
Courts, Sheriffs, Justices of the peace, 
nies, and Directors of the State Bank, 
vacancy, Major Generals and Brigadier 

The annual session ofthe Legislature 
iier, on the second Thursday of October. 




THE UNION. 

The following not i.^ep of the severtil States of the Union, show how 
Electors of Prcsiu at and Vice-President are chosen, and number ofj 
Electors — when state elections are held — where and when state Le- 
gislatures f.'it — number of members of Legislatures — pay per day — | 
terms of office'of members of Legislature — how, and for what period, 
governors are chosen — how long governors are eligible — their quali-I 
fications, powers, and their salaries — the time of adopting the Uni-p 
ted States and State constitutions; and rights of voting, as exercised 
in the several states. 

NEW-HAMPSHIRE. 

Electors of President and Vice-President, by gene- 
ral ticket ] electors J3 ; state election, 2d Tuesday in 
March ; state Legislature at Concord, 1st Wednesday 
in June; senators 12; representatives 19C; pay per 
day g2; term of office, both branches one year; gov- 
ernor chosen for one year by the people; governor eli- 
gible indefinitely; the governor must bo an inhabitant 
seven years ; 30 years of age ; estate of j£500, half 
freehold — -has a negative in making laws ; and, with 
advice of council, appoints niilitary and civil officcr.-=j 
of the state generally ; salary ^^200; adoption of Uni- 
ted States constitution, June 21, 1788 ; state constitu 
tion, September 3, *1792; qualification of voters, eve 
ry male inhabitant 21 years of age, three months in the 
state, students, paupers, &c. exct- pted. 
MASSACHUSETTS. 

Electors of President and Vice-President, by dis 
tricts; electors 15; state election 1st Monday in April; 



'■The fast constitution was adopted in 1783. 





re at Boston, in January and May ; 
tors and representatives ii>definite; pay 
term of office, both branches one year ; 
osen for one year by the people; governor 
finitely; the governor nnust be an inhabit- 
ears, freehold estate of £1000 in the com- 
1 ; must declare himself of the christian re- 
with the council, appoints the officers of the 
nerally ; salary ^3,367 ; adoption of United 
institution, Februarys, 1688 ; state constitu- 
March 2, 16S0; qualification of voters, every 
citizen, (paupers and persons under guardianship 
excepted,) one year in the state and six months in the 
town or township where he otTers to vote, having paid 
a tax within two years, unless exempted therefrom by 
law. 

RHODE-ISLAND. 
Electors of President and Vice-President, by gene- 
ral ticket; electors 4; state election, April and Oct. 
for representatives ; state Legislature at Newport and 
Providence, 1st Wednesday in May and 1st Monday 
in October ; senators 10, representatives 72 ; pay per 
day gl 50; term of office, senate one year, representa-' 
lives semi-annually ; governor chosen for one year by 
the people ; eligible indefinitely; salary ^GOO; adop- 
tion of United States constitution. May 29, 1790 ; state 
constitution, 1663 ; all freemen vote. 

[This state has no constitution; it retains its original charter. 
Tliat instrument is silent as to the quahlications of governor. The 
eliarter vests ail power in the Onvernor and Company. All judicial 
and executive otricers are annually elected by the governor and com- 
pany, who are themselves chosen annually by the freemen.] 

CONNECTICUT. : 

Electors of President and Vice-President, by gene- 
ral ticket ; electors 8 ; state election 1st Monday in 
April; state Legislature^t Hartford and New-Haven! 
alternately; number of legislators 204; pay per day' 
^1 50; term of office, both branches one year; gover- 
nor chosen for one year by the people ; governor eligi- 
ble without restriction ; the goveinor must be an elec-' 
tor of the state, and 30 years of age ; has a negative' 
in making laws, &c.; salary ^1200; adoption of Uni-' 




|Led Slates constitution 

jtution, September 15, 181tj; qualificat 

every white male citizen having a leghl 

six muntiis, with a freehold of .seven dolla 

;ind every white male enrolled in the milil 

ijr being- exempted from milirary duty by 1 

paid a state tax within the year, and 

good moral character. 

VERMONT. 
Electors of President and Vice-President, by 

I'.'al ticket ; electors 7 ; state election 1st Tuesday 

iSeptember ; state Legislature at Montpelier, secoi 

Tluirsday in October; conr,cil 12, legislators one fron 
'ach town, about 220; pay per day ^i 50; term of of- Lf 
iice, both branches one year; governor" chosen for oneji 

lyear by the people; eligible without restriction; must. | 
liave resided in tlie state four years ; "with the council,! 
comnjissions all ofticers, appoints some, grants pardons,! 

sees that the laws are executed: salary ^750 ; adop-| 
tion of United Slates constitution, March 4, f 1791 ; ■ 

jstate constitution, July 4, 1793; qiuilification of voters, 

icvery male citizen of a peaceable and quiet behaviour, 
having resided in tlie state one- full year, and three 

Imonths in the town, 

I KEW-YORK. 

I Electors of President and Vice-Prosident.by general; 

jticket ; electors 36 ; state election first Monday in No-j 
vember; state Legislature at Albany, first Tuesday in[ 
January ; senators 32, assembly 128 ; pay per day j^3 ; { 
term of office, senate four years, in classes, assembly j 
one year ; governor ciiosen for two years by the peo- 
ple; eligible indefinitely; niuc-t be a wise and discreet! 
freeholder of the state; may convene and prorogue thej 
Legislature, grants reprieves, and with the consent ofj 
the senate, appoints to otiice, &c.; salary ^5000; 

ja'^.option ofU. States const it ution, July *26, 1 778 ; state 
constitution, April 20, 1777; qualincation of voters, 
every male citizen of the age of 21 years, one year in 

jjthe state and sir mojitha in the tov;fl or county where 



fThia marli denotos the stato &.nmitteJ into the Union by Congress 



^ 33 _^^ 

, he offbrsJ^^peThavi ng paid a tax within the year, or 
lefToUy^Jl^ras a militia man or fireman, or labourer 
upon lh»ublic hio-hways, «fec. 

'^ NEW- JERSEY. 

ly^^Uii- °^ President and Vice-President, by gene- 
i-alllfgr; electors 8 ; state election 2d Tuesday and 
^^jP[«eday in October ; state Leg:iblalureat Trenton, 
^^•f^fuesday in October; council 13, assembly 43 ; 
'_i^^ ^^y S^ ' ^^^^^ ^^ office, both branches 1 year ; 
ll^vcrnor cliosen for one year, by Legislature ; eligible 
iTidefinifely; the S'overnor is president of the council, 
chancellor of state ; and the governor and council are! 
a court of appeal in the last resort, in all cases of lavv.l 
&c.; salary g-2000; adoption of United States consti-' 
tiition, December 18, 1787; state constitution, July 
2, 1776; qualifications of voters, all freemen twelve 
months residence, worth a clear estate of £50 procla- 
mation money. 

PENNSYLVANIA. 
Electors of President and Vice-President, by gene- 
ral ticket ; electors C8 ; state election 2d Tuesday in 
October; state Legislature at Harrisburgh, 1st Tues- 
day m December ; senate 32, assembly 100 ; pay per 
(3ay g3 ; term of oSce, senate four years, assembly! 
one year; governor chosen for three years by the peo-l 
pie ; eligible niise years out of 12 ; must be 30 years! 
ofdge, and an inheb^.ant 12 years; he remi'.s'finesj 
and forfeitures, i-md 3p;>oints to the offices in the stated 
generally; sal'Tv ^54000; adoption of United StatesI 
constitution, L'-^cemb^/ 12, 1707; state constitution,! 
I September 2, 1790; qualification of voters, every free-l 
man vvho has resided two years in the state, and paid 
tax; and the sons of such between 21 and 22 with- 
out the pavmeut of a tax. 

DELAWARE. 
Electors of President and Vice-Presidert, by Le- 
Igislature; electors 3 ; state election first Tuesday in 
; October ; state Legislature at Dover, first Monday in 
January; senate 9, representatives 21; pay per day 
% — ; term of office, senate 3 years, representatives 1 
year; governor chosen for throe years, bv the people : 



34 

governor eligible three years; the 
36 years of age, six yenrs an inhabita 
and 12 years of the United States. He 
fice, renjits fines and forfeitures, &,c.; salary 
adoption of the United States constitiiti(.n, 
7, 1787; state constitution, June 12, 1792. 
I MARYLAND. 

; Electors of President and Vice-President, b 
tricts; electors 11 ; state election first IVIonday i 
tober ; state Legislature at Annapolis, first Mon 
December; senate 15, assembly b'O; pay per day J^ 
term of office, senate five years, assembly annually; 
governor chosen for one year, by Legislature ; gover-, 
nor must be 25 years of age, and more than five years| 
a resident in the state ; eligible only for three years in' 
succession, and after that not until the expiration of; 
four years. The governor and council appoint to of- 
fice generally ; salary g2,666, 66 ; adoption of the Uni- 
ted States constitution, April 28, 1788 ; state constitu- 
tion, August 14, 1786 ; qualification of voters, all tree 
white males 21 years of age, having resided one year 
in the state, and six months in the county. 
VIRGLNIA. 
Electors of President and Vice President, by gene- 
ral ticket; electors 24; state election in April, coun- 
Ities in succession ; state legislature at Richmond, first 
iMonday in December ; senate 64, cor/inions 135 ; pay 
jiper dav gl; term of otlicc, senate foui^jears, delegates 
j|oKe year ; governor cligib;e three velars only in ^uc- 
ce^sion ; tiie governor, with advice of^ council, grants 
pardons and reprieves, appoints justices of the peace, 
'[Slc; salary g3,333,33 ; adoption of the United States 
iconstitution, Jane 23, 1788; state consiitation, Julyl 
'5, 1776 ; qualification of voters, fifty acres of uninj-| 
proved land in the county, or twenty-five acresof landj 
with-a house on it, held for life or in fee simple, quali-j 
fy a man to vote in the county where the land lies, pro-| 
'vided said land has been owned by him six mouths be- 1 
Ifore the election, or has descended to him, or come by 
'marriage or gift. An improved lot in any corporate 
town, with a dwelling house of a certain s ize thereon.] 

i SmaffewwM gaasgasg ggiiMrffli I f ii — i m i i'ii i 



i 



land as above, in dittierent counties, 
county for delegates, but can only! 
for a senator or tor a member of Con 
same district. 
NORTH-CAROLI]^>rA. 
of President and Vice-President, by gene 
alJBtet ; electors 15; state election 2d Tuesday in ; 
Ai^g si ; state legislature at Raleigh, 3d Monday in 
ibcr ; senate 24, delegates 212 ; pay per day ^3 ; 
f oSice, both branches one year ; governor cho- 1 
n for one year, by legislature; governor eligible 3 J 
Mrs only in succession ; the governor must be thirty. 
years of age; five years a resident, and have a free- ji 
hold in lands and tenements of £lOGO — he is advised 
'by council, grants reprieves, pardons, o<:c.; salary 
'^2000; adoption of the United States constitution,! 
jNov. 21, 17^:9; state constitution, December 18, 1776 :' 
:qua]ificaiion of voters, all freemen with a freehold of 
50 acres, and a resident of one year for senators ; and 
all freemen resident 12 months, having paid taxes, for 
members of the house of comm.ons. 

SOUTH-CAROLINA. 
Electors of President and Vice-President, by Legis- 
lature ; electors 11; state election 2d Monday and 
Tuesday in October, biennially; state legislature at 
Columbia, 4th Monday in November ; senate 40 ; rep- 
resentatives 120 ; pay per day ^3; term of office, sen- 
ate four years, representatives tv;o years; governor 
chosen for 2 3'ears, by legislature ; governor eligible 
two years ; the governor must be 30 years old ; a res- 
ident and citizen of the state for ten years ; and pos- 
sessed of a settled estate in the commonwealth, of the 
value of £1500 sterling, clear of debt ; eligible only 
two years in succession, aad then not till the expira- 
tion of four years; he grants reprieves, pardons, remits 
fines, forfeitures, &c.; salary ^^iOOO ; adoption of Uni- 
ted States constitution, May 23, 1788, state constitu- 
tion. June 3, 1790 ; qualifications of voters, evisry frae 
wliite citizen, having resided two years in the state, 
with a freehold of 40 acres, or town lot possessed for 
six months ; or not having such freehold, or lot, a res- 



36 

idence of six months in the election 

offers to vote, and the payment of ^^ 

year of three shillings towards the suppor^^he state | 

government. 

GEOriGIA. 

Electors of President and Vice-President 
ticket ; electors 9 ; state election first Monuay^'i* 
tober ; state legislature at Milledgevillo, first R 
in November ; senate 53, representatives — ; p-t 
day ^5 ; term of office, both branches, one year 
ernor chosen for two years by legislature ; govern 
eligible indefinitely ; he must be a citizen of the Unite 
States twelve years, and an inhabitant of the state six : 
30 years of age; possess 500 acres of land Vv'ithin the' 
state, and other property to the amount of ^1000, clear' 
of debt. He has a negative in passing laws, grants; 
reprieves, pardons, &c.; salary (§3000 ; adoption of the] 
United States constitution, January 2, 1788 ; state con- 
stitution May 30, 1798 ; qualifications of voters, all, 
citizens and inhabitants, who have paid the taxes re- 
required of them, and resided six months whore they 
vote. 

KENTUCKY. 

Electors of President and Vice-President by gener- 
al ticket; electors 14; state election first Monday in 
August ; state legislature at Frankfort, first Monday 
in December ; senate 34, representatives 100; pay per| 
day ^2 ; term of office, senate four years in claGses,ij 
representatives one year : governor chosen for fouf'j 
years, by the people ; governor ineligible for 7 yearSjj 
after; tlie governor must be 35 years of age ; a citi-'| 
zen of the United States, and aninhabitant of the state, 
6 years ; he nominates, and by and with the advice and 
consent of the senate, appoints to ofike, &c., remits, 
fines and forfeitures, grants reprieves, pardons, &c,;: 

salary ; adoption of the United States constitu-' 

tion, June 1, fl792; state constitution, August 17,: 
1799; qualification of voters, all free white male citi-| 
zens, two years in the state, and one in the county 
where thev vote. I 



k 



resident and Vice President, by dis- 

ors I ] ; state election 1st Thursday and 

Auo'ijst. biennially; state legislature at 

sborono-h, 2d Monday in Sept. biennially; son-' 

representatives 40 ; pay per day <^o ; term of 

botii branches tv.'o years ; governor chosen tor 

years by the people; g-overnor eligible 6 years in 

ovcrnor must be 3.5 years of age; possess a i're.n-' 

f 500 acres of land, and hcve b^'\c< a <;itizen of, 

state 4 years; he grants reprieves" and pardons,' 

vacancies in oince, &c. ; salary ^1750 ; adoption; 

constitution, June 1,11791 ; state 



of the United S'at 
''constitution, February 6, 1796; qualification of voters.; 
ever}' freeman an iaiiabitant of the state, if a freehol-; 
der, may vote in the countv wliere the freehold lies,} 
without being a resident tliereof— if not possessed of p.| 
freehold, he must iiave resided sis months where hel 
ouers to vote. I 

OHIO. I 

Electors of President and Vice-President., by gencr-ii 
nl ticket; electors 16; state election 2d Tuesday in 
October; state legislature at Columbus, 1st Monday 
in December; senate 32, representatives 66 ; pay per 
(lay 5^2; term of office, senate two 3'earSj representa- 
tives one year; governor chosen for two years, by the 
people ; governor eligible 4 years in 6 ; the governor 
must be oO years of age, a citizen of the United Statesl 
12, and an inhabitant of tiie t^tate 4 years ; he grants 
reprieves and pardons, and fills vacancies in office, &c.:! 
salary ^1200; adoption of the United States constitu-i 
tion, February 19, fl003; state constitution, Xnov. 1. 
1002; qualification of voters, every white n:iule inhab- 
itant, one year tlierein, having paid a state or countv 
tax. 

LOUISIANA. 

Electors of President and Vice-President, by dis- 
tricts; electors 5; state election 1st Monday in July : 
state legislature at New-Orleans, Ist of January ; sen 
ate — , representatives — ; pay per day c- — ; term of 
office, senate four years, representatives two vears : 



D 



o-ovemor chosen for foar years by th^>p]e ; govern- 
'oreli^ble one term; the governor, nim^ej^yearer 
of age; a citizen of the U. States, and (fWHB^H 
habitant of the state ; must hold a landc^^^^H 
g5000, agreeably to tlie tax list ; he appoint^^^^B 
generally, and with the approbation of lhe4|^H 
grants reprieves, pardons/&c.; salary g700o7^H 
tion or the United States constitution, April 8, fl^H 
5tate constitution, January 22, 1^12; qualificati^M 
voters, s:-very free white male citizen, residing tljirM 
one year, anC' \= ving paid a tax or being a freeholder^ 
INDIANA. 

Ejectors of President and Vice-President, by gene-'j 
ral ticket; electors 5 ; state election 1st Monday in' 
August; state legislature at Croyden, 1st Monday in^ 
December; senate 16, representatives 39; pay per: 
day ^2; term of office, senate three years in classes,! 
representatives one year; governor chosen for three-! 
years, by tiie people ; eligible six years in nine ; musf^ 
be 30 years of age ; a citizen of the United States lO: 
years, and a resident of ihe state five •, he nominates' 
and by and with the advice and consent of the senate,! 
appoints to office, remits fines and forfeitures, grants 
reprieves and pardons, &c.; salarv ^1000 ; adoption 
of the United States constitution, December ll,tl816 , 
state consLitution, June 29, 1816; qualificition of vo- 
ters, all white male citizens one year in tiie state. 
MISSISSIPPI. 

Electors of President and Vice-President by gene-^ 
ral ticket; electors 3; state election 1st Monday in; 
August; state legislature at Jackson 4th Monday in! 
December; senate 10, representatives 32; pay per' 
day gl- 50; term of office, senate three years, in clas£-;| 
es, representatives one year ; governor chosen for two 
years, by the people; eligible indefinitely; he must 
be 30 years of age; a citizen of the United Slates 20 
years; a resident of the state — yea.-s, and seized of a 
freehold of 600 acres of land, or of real estate of the 
vahie of gSOOO, 12 months previous to his election ; h(7 
grants reprieves and pardons, remits fines and foifeit- 



ures, Jills vi 
adnptTon.,of",1 
11817 r 
lion <if 



^s 111 office, &,c. ; salary g:j,oOO; 

States constitution, December 10; 

jonsiiLiUion, August 15, 1817; quuLfica- 

rs, wliite males, 1 year in tiie state, 6 




moiujpjw the county, serving in the militia and paying 
ta 

ILLINOIS. I 

ctors of President and V. President, by general 
\et; electors 3; state election 1st Monday in 
ust biennially ; state legislature at Vandalia, 1st 
1(5!^ day in December, biennially; senate 18; repre-j 
scntalives, 26 ; pay per day ^1 ; term of office, senate 
i years, representatives 2 years; governor clwsea fori 
4 years, by the people; governor eligible for 4 years' 
'in 7; he must be 30 years of age, a citizen of the U.j 
States 30 years, arid 2 years a resident of the state ;| 
he grants reprieves and pardons, and wilh the Judges 
of" the Supreme Court, ha? the revision of all bills be- 
fore they become laws, &c. ; salary ^1,000 ; adoption! 
of the U. States constitution, Dec. 3, 1818; state con-,' 
stitution, Aug. 26, 1818; qualification of voters, white 
male inhabitants, six moiitlis in the state. 
ALABAMA. 
Electors of President and Vice President, by gen- 
eral ticket ; electors 5 ; state election 1st Monday and 
Tuesday in August ; state legislature at Cabawba, 3dl 
Monday in November; senate — , representatives, — 
pay per day J^4 ; term of office, senate 3 years; repre-| 
sentatives 1 year; governor chosen for 2 years by the 
people, eligible 4 years in 6 ; must be 30 years of age, 
a native of the United States, and 4 years a resident 
of the state: lie has a negative in the passing of laws, 
grants reprieves and pardons, remits fines and forfeit- 
ures, fills vacancies in office, &c. ; salary ^2,000; 
adoption of the United States constitution, Dec. 14,! 
fl819; state constitution, Aug. 2, 1819; qualification 
of voters, every white male of lawful age, having re- 
sided one year in the state and three moiiths in the 
county. 

MAINE. 
Electors of President and Vice President, bv dis- 



40 

tricts; electors 9 ; stata elecLion 1st J\ 
state legislature at Portland, 1st Moi 
sentate — , representatives — ; pay per 
of office, both branches 1 year; governor 
year by the people, eligible indefinitely, m 
years of age, a native born citizen of the U. 
and 5 years a resident of the state ; he noniinatei 
with the advice and consent of the council, appoi 
judicial officers, the attorney general, sheriffs, c 
ners, registers of probate, notaries public, and all 
er civil and military officers, except such as are olhc 
wise appointed by tJJO express provisions of the con-li 
stitution or laws of the state; he has power, with the| 
advice and consent of the council, to remit, after con-;| 
viction, forfeitures and penalties, and to grant re-| 
Iprieves and pardons, except in cases of impeachment ;| 
jsalary gl500 ; adoption of the United States constitu-!| 
[tion, March 3, flo20; state constitution, Oct. 29, | 
jl819; qualification of voters, every freeman, havingl: 
'his residence established three months before the elec-j: 
tion, students, paupers, &c. excepted. 

MISSOURI. I, 

Electors of President and Vice President, by gen-ji 
eral ticket; electors 3 ; state election, 1st Monday in'| 
Auo-ust, bienniallv; state legislature at Jefferson; sen- 1 
ate 17; representatives 55; pay per day, ^3 ; govern-jl 
or chosen for four years, by the people ; eligible four:| 
years in eight ; the governor must be 35 years of age;;| 
a native born citizen of the United States, or a citizen:! 
at the time of the adoption of tha constitution of theli 
United States; must be a resident of the state four| 
years; he fills vacancies by appointment wlicn theyj 
occur, lias a negative in passing laws, remits fines and;' 
forfeitures, and grants reprieves ai.d pardons, except' 
in cases of impeachment; salary ^^2,000; adoption of 
the United States constilution, August 10, f 1821 ;! 
state constitution, June 12, 1820; qualification of vo-| 
ters, all free white male citizens one year in the state| 
and three months in the county. i 

Whole number of electors — 261. i 



4} 

.L ARIES AND FEES, 
-ral hfffiers and utlicr jjersons in tht 
Slats of Vermord. 

SALARIES. 



^750 

1,050 

450 

400 
250 



!s SiipreniG Court, each 
scretary of State, 
^Treasurer, 

.iecretary of the Governor and Council, 
Clerk of the General Assembly, 375 

F£ES. 

For Lieutenant Governor's att,?nuar.ce on coun- 
cil, per day, ^4 
Travel per mile, each way, 
i: Councillor's fees for attendance, per day, 1 
i! Travel per miie, each way, 
Ij Representatives' fees, pei day, 1 
I Travel per mile, each wa}', 
'Speaker of the General x^s.-^embly, per day, 2 
'Travel per mile, each way, 
: Kin;^ro5sing Clerk, per day, 2 
i Travel per rnile, each way, 
i For all other services during the year, and fjr- 
I nishin^- all blanks required of him, 75 

S'/preme Court's Fees. 
I For the entry of each action, there shall be paid 
i to tiie clerk, for ths benefit of the state, 

I For entering each review, 

For each motion for arrest of judc-ment, or new 

trial, 

For each action tried, 2 

Each nonsuit, default or confe^.-i-m, 1 

For allowing and signing writs of error, audita 
querela, and habeas corpus, andtaking recog- 
nizance of the same, to each juuga signing the 
same, 

There shall be paid to the c'ierk, for the beneiit 
of the slate, for each action tried by jury, G 

County CourVs Fees. 
For each entry of an action, there shall be paid 
f[ to the clerk, for tjie beneiit of the iudc'cs, 



ooj 

6, 
50 

G: 

50' 

g; 

50 

6 

i 

oo; 

It 
I 

io 

i 
G7 
50 
00 



42 

For each action tried, tor the benefit of 

es, "^Ti ^^ 

For each judgment by nihil dicit, abaterae: i. 
nonsuit, default, or confession, 

For each licence for a tavern keeper, or retailer 
of foreign distilled spirits, 

For each motion in arrest of judgment and new 
trial, 

For allowing and signing each writ of audita 
querela, and habeas corpus, and taking recog- 
uizance ol the same, for each judge signing 
the same, 

And there shall be paid to the clerk, for the ben- 
efit of the county for each action tried by jury, G 00 

And for the entry of each action, by the party 
entering the same, forthe benefit of the county, 25 

Judge of Prohale's Fees. 
Granting adminigtration, 34 

Receivmg will and decision on the same, 50 

Receiving will from out of the state, and order 

to record the same, 50 

Examining and allowing the account of execu- 
tors or administrators of each estate, 50 
Ascertaining what sum must be raised for pay- 
ment of debts, and granting order off-ale, 
Granting order to divide estate in common, 
Granting order of payment to creditors, 
Appointing committee to set off dower, 
Appointing committee to divide estate an^ong 

heirs, 
Appointing committee of appraisal. 
Accepting return made by commissioners, ap- 
praisers, committee of dower, order of sale, 
committee of divisior.', or inventory of guardi- 
an, and ordering the same recorded, 17 
Accepting representation of insolvency, and ap- 
pointing commissioners to examine claims in 
whole, 34 
Renewal of commission, 34 
Appointing guardian or guardians to the chil- 

II III. H I . I I I n— . I I ■ I - i^" 






50 





25 





25 





25 





25 





25 



4J 

drcn p^^ea^^tUmily, under 14 years of age, in 
wholiiiP^ ' 34 

appointment of guardian of minor, 
e person, idiot, or lunatic, 34 

I^jjgre than one minor in the same appointment, 

ach in addition, 6 

ach order of publication not included in the 
g'oing- items, 17 

h citation which is not an order of publica 
tion, 17 

ach order to bar creditors, not exhibiting 
their claims by a certain time, including order 
to publish, 17 

Ordering a final discharge of executor or admin- 
I istrator, 

I Allowing each appeal, 
I Decree of estate to one of several heirs, 
I Decree of assignment to widow, 
I Decree of escheat. 
Order of sale of personal property, 
Decree of sale of real estate agreeable to con- 
tract of deceased, in his lifetime, 
Order of inquisition of idiot, &c. 
Accepting return of do. 
Settling guardian's account. 
Order against trustee of executor or administra- 
tor, or against a person charged with embez- 
zling estate of deceased, 
Holding inquiry \jn du. 
Order of imprisonmfmt. 
Appointing a commissioner in the place of one 

deceased or removed, 17 

Deciding and certifying to supreme court the ne- 
cessity of fc-ale of minor's estate, 23 
Taking bail and certifying when probate bond is- 
sued, 
Hearing petition for better bail, and order there 

on, 
Decree of support of children under seven years 
I in any one family, 
Granting rule of reference between parties, 






25 





17 





17 





25 





25 





17 





25 





17 





17 





50 





17 





50 





17 






25 





25 





17 





17 



Accepiance oi tiieir report, 
Ascertaining amount of advancement 

cliildren, in one {'amily, and o;der thcreoi 
Appointment of agent to act for absent pcrs- 

interested in decision, 
x'-VJlowinglhe expens-es of division amonfr heirs, 

and older thereon, 
Each order to compel the attendance of witness- 
es, dodimus notestatum, to take testimony, to 
call before court persons suspected of embez- 
zling estate, 
Ordering a final discharge to guardians, 
Appiointino' a person to act for absent heirs, 
Allowing an appeal and ordering bonds. 
Each decree or order wheJi bonds insutficient, 
Each decree or order assigning interests of ciiiid 

born after making a will, 
I Each order of notice to heirs, legatees, or guar- 
j dians, before license to sell real estate, 
jEach decree of surplus estate, 
jEacii appointment of cooimittee, 
{Each order for warrant of distress, 
Eacli order of distribution, 
[Each order affixing the time f^r sale of estate, 
I Each order to extend the time for selling estate, 
I Regkter of Probate s Fees. 

j Drawing and tiling each executor's, administra- 
I tor's, .guardiats's oi- other bond, 
[Each probate of wiii. 

Each letter of administration, with or without 
will annexed, letter of guardianship, warrant 
to appraisers, committee of dower, commiitee 
of division, or commission to commissioners, 
Each citation, 
jEach choice of guardian, 
j Each order of publication, 
Each acquittance, on close of settlement, 
I Each order of inquisition, 

jAttendning to examination of person charged 
i with embezzling estate, 
iMittimus, 



M' 





25 
25, 
17 
17 

171 






17 





17 





25 





17 





17 





17 





25 





34 





50 






25 





13 





13 





17 





25 





17 





50 





50 



45 

Each,.corti^P;e to show who is executor, admin- 

is^a^a^l^guardian, 17, 

AiHIHBP^^ keeping minutes of each scttle- 

50 
opies of appeal, or other matters, for each 
idred words, 6} 

_ ertificate, 13: 

v'rcfj of escheat, 25 

king entry of each of tlie several appoint- i 

monts before enumerated in judge's fees, G' 

r all records, for each hundred words, u- 

Making out dividend, and order of payment on | 

insolvent estate, and assignment to widov/, for j 

each hundred words, i'> 

Drawing commission for a commissioner, appoint- j 

ed in the place of one deceased, or removed, 17 
Writing bond for prosecution of suit or appeal, j 

when the same is drawn by such register, 25i 

Drawing rule for reference between parties, 17 

Drawing order of payment of expenses of division | 

of real and personal estate, 17, 

alaking out each process compelling attendance 
of witnesses, dedimus poteslatinn, to take testi- 
mony, to- imprison, to call before court, persons 
suspected of embezzling estate, 25j 

Each warrant to committee, 25 

Each warrant of distress, 17, 

Drawing representation of insolvency, 17 

Drawing each order of notice to creditors, 25 

Drawing each order of sale of real or personal I 

estate, 25 

Drawing an order appointing a person to act for | 

heirs, 17^ 

Drawing each order o; decree when bonds insuf- j 

licient, 25 

j Drawing each order of notice to heirs, legatees, | 

or guardians, before license to sell real estate, 25 
Making each order nf surplus estate, 17 

|j Making each order for distribution of estate, 17^ 
j; Making each order for extending time for selling i 

Ij estate, 25| 



46 

For porforiiiirig the duties of a judge 
quolified, same fees as are by law all 
judges. _ 

And no greater fees shall be received for an;^ 
the servicef: aforesaid, by said judge or regis- 
ter, nor shall any fees be received by them for 
any services, e^xcept those here enumerated. 
I For coniniissionors and appraisem, or coninriit- 
I tees of division, ot dower, each, per day, 
Administrator's or executar's fees, per day, 
j Justices' Fees. 

,For each writ, intiludin^ declaration, recogni- 
I zance and signing, 

I For signing each writ and taking recognizance, 
I Subpcena tbr each witness, 
; Judgment on each action tried 
jf f on verdict of jury, 
If on confession, including recording, 
: If on default, 

j Eor taking deposition, including caption and cer- 
tificate, 
Yyn citation to appear, 
For eacii continuance, 
j Every v;arrant for criminals, and bonds, 
Recognizance, 

Every appeal, including recognizance, 
Vo\- each venire for a jury, 
Taking acknowledgment of deed 
For recording -execution, and oflicer's return 
thereon, extended on real estate, which the 
officer serving the same, shall collect and pay, 
iFnr recording each judgment, -not on confession, 
i For rule of reference between parties, 
Each execution 

; Rendering judgment on report ofreferees, 
I For each iniltimus, 

I Copy of an appeal to county court, including 
j copy of writ, service, judgment, appeal, bond 

and certificate, 
I Clerk's of the Supreme Courts Fees. 

I For signinor cnch summons or attachment. 



1 


1 


1 


1 





34 





12 





6 





50 





67 





23 





23 





34 





|7 





17 





34 





17 





25 





20 





12 






17 





34 





23 





31 





34 





4 D 





12 



I _2gaM 12 

F^^^^^ 50 

nach ju.'lwrnent, including record- 
ame, including iriotion to chaneer or 
aud judgmeut on tiie same, and as- 
sessment of damages, 75' 
I For.taking recognizance in court, 17 
■Hor^each review, 50| 
Wf)r each continuance, 13 
I For eacii execution, including filing, 25 
{For each rule of reference between parties, 25j 
For each rule to auditors, 25^ 
I For filirg each necessary paper, 6 
iFor each day's attendance in court, 1 OO' 
Eur each order of court, 9 
For recordnig execution extended on real estate, 
with the officer's return, to be collected and 
paid by the officer serving the same, 
Fur all copies and other services made or done 
by direction of the court, and not herein enu- 
merated, such sum as shall be allowed by the 
court, not exceeding six cents for every hun- 
dred words. 

Clerk's of Uip County Courts Fees. 
For signing each summons, or attachment, in- 
cluding recognizance, 
For entering each action, including filing and ! 
numbering, 17 
For entering each judgment rendered on nihil 
dicit, in abatement, non.suit, default, or con- 
fession, including recording, 25 
For entering each judgment or demurrer, or 
after verdict, or on issue of fact, including re- 
cording, 
Fnr taking each recognizance in court, 
For each appeal or review, 
For each continuance, 
For eacli execution, including filing, 
For recording execution extended on real es- 
tate, with the ofii^x-r'a return, to be collected 
and paid by ilie officer serving the same, 75 

Fi I ,, 






40 





12 





25. 





8 





25 




48 

For recording each deputy sheriff's 
and oath, 

For each license to an inkeeper, or retail 
eluding the certificate to the person licensed 
and filing the same, 

For each rule of reference between parties, 

For each rule to auditors, 

For filing each aflidavit, or deposition. 

For all copies, and other services made or done 
by direction of the court, and not herein enu- 
merated, such sum or sums as shall be allow- 
ed by the courts, not exceeding six cents, for 
every hundred words. 

SJieriJfs\ Constables' and Collectors'' Fees. 

Serving each process, by reading, 6 

If by copy, 17 

For taking bail, 17 

For each mile's travel for the service of all writs 
and other processes, to be computed from the 
place of service to the place of return, wiiich, 
in the case of mesne process, shall be the place 
of holdipg the court, 6 

For levying each execution, amounting to three 
dollars, or under 15 

For each tliree dollars over, not exceedidg one | 

hundred dollai's, 

If over one hundred dollars, for each dollnr. 

For each day's attendance on appraismeiit, or 
sale of estate, taken on execution 

For half a day. 

For attending before a justice's court, when re- 
quired, 

For attending freeholder's court, per day 

For attendance on the supreme or county court, 
per day, 

Constables for the like service. 

For necessary assistance in aiiprchending and 

koei)ing crimii7als. per day, G7 

Col].?ct(U-s of taxes to be allowed tlic like fees, 
as slieriffs in cases of execution, when they 
levy on persons or estate, and one dollar out 






4 





1 





50 





34 





34 


1 


00 


1 


00 


1 


00 



49 



fifty dollars collected and paid jrico 
or county treasury. Provided, that 
sheriff, constable or other officer shail be 
itled to any foes for a return of non est in- 
ventus, on any civil writ or process. 

Altornies' Fees. 
r writ on note, 47' 

d no fees shall be allowed for a count added i 

to a declaration on note, unlets there shall be- ! 

a recovery on such count. i 

For writ on book, 47 

jFor writ on bonds for the payment of money, j 

debt on judfrment, debt on recognizance ?ci- | 

refacias, or on jail boiid, 1 00 

For ail other writs in the same proportion, ac- 
cordinnr to their lenutii and difficulty, such sum 
as the court shall allow. The foregoing shall 
include signing and recognizance; and are in- 
tended to apply only to writs returnable to the 
county and suprenie courts. 

State's Aitoimies' Fees. 
For each indictment for stealing, of one count, 50 
Copy of the same, 50 

All other indictments in the same proportion, ac- 
cording to their length and difficulty, such sums 
as the court shall allow. 
Copy of indictment, 751 

Tenn fee, 2 00 

Attorney fee, 5 OO 

Parlies' and wilnevses' Fees in the Supreme 

and County Courts. * ! 

Term fe&, in each action, first term, 2 00 

Each surceeding term, 1 00! 

And the party recovering shall be allowed for 
his attorney, on trial of each issue of law or 
fact, 3 00! 

On nonsuit, default, or nihil dicit, 1 50i 

On default, or nihil dicit, and motion to redeem, 
or chancer, or hearing in damages, when the 
same are uncertain, 3 00, 



50 

Travel for [jUiiiitiif or defcutlant, wilhi 
state, per mile, 

I si, 2/^/, and 6th secVtons cf (lie act of 1822^. 

Sec. 1. 11 is hereby enacted by Ihe General Assembly 

\ of the stale of Vermont, That no plaintiff in any civil 

j action, b<3fore a justice of llie peace, shall recover any 

jtravellincr fee, except for his actual travel vvhen"w 

personally appears in court. Nor shall any plaintiff, 

in any 'civil cause whatever, lioforo a justice of the 

1 peace, recover a greater sum than one doilar and fifty 

j cents, for costs, on any judgment where the debt oj 

I damages recovered, does not exceed the sum of onf 

dollar and fifty cents; except costs which may accrue 

I from contiiiuuiices at the special instance and request 

! of the detendant, or in case th.e defendant shall ap-' 

peal to the county court. And for every sum in debt 

or damages, recovered above tlie sum of one dollai 

and fifty ceuls, liie plaintiff shall recoverno more coslt 

than debt or damages, except costs which may accrncj 

' tVom continuances at the request of the deieudant at' 

j ator(!said, or in case of appeal as aloresaid. 

Snc. 2. It is hereby furiiier enabled. That when an) 
cause shall be appealed by the plaintifl or plaintiffs. 
iVom the decision of a justice cl the peace, then, and 
m that c:ise, the several county courts in this state 
shall follow tf.o same rule in taxing bills of cost, as is 
before prescribed in this act for taxing ll^e ssrae be- 
fore justices of tiie peace. 

Skc. 6. It is hereby further enacted^ That no co 
shall be taxed in favor of any plaintiff or plaintiffs, fori 
travel or attendance in causes where the defendant 
may tender a confession of judgajeut, cgreeably to the 
'sixth section of the act, in addition to ilie several acts 
^Icfiirng the powers of justices of the peace, vvjthin 
this state, passed Nov. 13, lo21. 

Witness per mile, 5 

, Attendance per day, 73 

in justices' courts, travel for plaintiff or defend- 
ant and witnesses, per mile, 5 
Att.Midanco of plaintiff or defondfint and Vi'itness I 



W -^i 

Forlml%B^ -day, 34; 

vided, that wlien jiuiL'mcnt shall be rendorpd 
d' fault, the plaintifTshall in no case liave 
more than thirty-four cents €osts taxed for 
M himself or any witness, for attendance heforo 
I L a jufeti-ce of the peace. 
I j Grand Juror's Fees. 

» Travel per ntile, each way, from th.eir respective 
homes, 

For attendance on supreme or county courts, per 
day, each, 1 00 

Petit Jurors' Fees. 
For attendartce on supreme or county courts, 

per day, each, 1 00 

Travel per mile, each way, 3! 

For trying each cause before a justice to be ad- 
vanced by the party praying the same, 251 
For trying each cause before a freeJiold court, 
such sum as shall be allowed by the justices 
holding the same- 

To^cn Grand Jurors' Fees, 
For each complaint, 34 

Attendance, 50 

Travel per mile, 6 

Toicn Clerk's Fees. 
For recording a common deed poll, including tli© 

certificate, 20 

Copying the same, and certifying, 20 

Recording survey bill, 9. 

do. marriage, birth or death, O 4| 

do. each mark, Q 6i 

For recording execution extended on real estate, 

witii the officer's return thereoTJ, to be collect- ! 

ed and paid by the otBcer serving the same, 7; 
I For recording all otlicr deeds, copying and certi- 
fying, to be computed at tJie rate of seven cents 
for every hundred words. 

Proprietors' and other Collectors' Fees. Il 

For prepreparing and sending advertisements to j 

i each press, 1 00,| 



^ 52 _\J 

For eacii receipt for tax paid before sale, or to^ 

rcuernption of lands sold, being for one lot, ^jf 6 
For each additional lot, 0^ 

For eticii sale of an original proprietor's right, ^H 

I ii" owned by one person, 34 
For each sale of a less quantity, 17 
■Fur cacli deed of one lot or right acknowledged, 34 
i:Fur each additional right or lot, in same deed, 6 

II Jailor's Fees. j 
For commitrnerit of prisoner, to be paid by the 

o'Jicer committing the prisoner, 34j 

Discharge of prisoner, 20 

D:cL and fuel furnished state prisoners from the 
first day of April to the firstday of November, 
per week, 1 00 

From the first day of November to the first day 
I of April, per week, 1 25 

I For bonds for the liberties of the prison, 25 

IFor bail piece given to the person who may sign 
I jail bond, 20 

Fees for commissioners of jail delivery, for issu- 
i ing citation, 34 

For each commissioner attending court, 50 

Vor each certificate 12 

i Fees for Freeholders. \ 

Summoned to assess damages sustained in lay- 
ing out highways, or to appraise real estate 
i set olF on execution, per day, 75 

I Half a day, - ^ ^ ^^ 

i Surveyor GencraVs Fees. 

I Per day, (exclusive of expense,) 1 50 

I Counlij Surveyor's Fees. 

iPt-rday, 1 50 

i Fees for Auditors of Accourds. 

To t!ie auditor of accounts in the treasury de- 
I pariuieut, with the treasurer, per day, 2 OG 

I To the auditor of accounts against the state, for 
I Ills services and attendance, while attending 
1^ the legislature, per day, ° 1 50 

Travel per mile, eacli way, 6 

I For <nhcr services performed, during each year. 



53 

to be paid on the stjcoiid Thursday ot'Ociut^er ■ 

annually, 75 

j^^ Lnpounder's Fee*. j 

i^r all horse kind and neat cattle, per head, 12 

Sheep, per head, 2 

i Swine, per head, 8 

'Three fourths to the impounder, and the other ; 

I fourth to the pound keeper. i 

I < JS^otaries Public. ! 

f For every protest under seal, 75 

For each certificate, under seal, Q 34 

For wailing on a person to demand payment, or | 

witness any matter, and certifying the same, j 

j under seal, ' 75 



RATES OF POSTAGE, 

EstahUshed by act of Congress, passed JMarch 3, ir,25. 

For a single letter, composed of one piece of paper,, 
for any distance not exceeding 30 miles, G cents; over 
30 miles, and not exceeding 80, la cents; over 80. 
and not exceeding 150, 12 1-2 cents; over 150, and 
not exceeding 400 miles, 18 3-4 cents; over 400, 25 
cents. I 

Double letters, or those composed of two pieces of 
paper, are charged with double those rates. j 

Tripple letters, or those composed of three piecesj 
of paper, are charged triple those rates. { 

Quadruple letters, or those composed of four pieces! 
of paper, are charged quadruple those rates. 

A packet the weight of one ounce, is charged the 
rate of four single letters, and in like proportion for 
one of greater weight. Ship letters, 6 cents. ! 

NEWSPAPER POSTAGE. ! 

For each newspaper carried not over 100 miles, 1' 
cent; ovr 100 miles, 1 1-2 cents, but if carried to any' 
office in the state in which it is printed, whatever the' 
distance be, the rate is I cent. j 

Pamphlets and Magazines of the periodical kind, 
not over 100 miles, 11-2 cents per sheet ; if over 100| 
miles, 2 1-2 cents per sheet; those not published peri-j 
odicallv, are to be charged, for 100 miles or less, 4 cens 

'' — ti 



(Ml eacti sheet ; over 150 miles, 6 cents. Every art 
clo sent in the mail, which is not either a newspaper,! 
mag-ozinc, pamphlet or leg-isiative journal, is subjea|| 
to letter postage, whether it be a printed or wriilen! 
communication, except a written or printed notice from 
a publisher of a newspaper, stating the subscription 
due, vvhie'a must be attached to the margin of a news- 
paper, and postage charged for it as a newspaper. 



FRt.^3lDEj\T:s .OF THE UA'TTED STATES 



ii 1^ 



1789 G. "IVasliington, bori 
1797 John Adams, do 
ISO I Thos. Jefferson, do 
J809 Jamc'3 Miidisoii, do 
1817 James i^ionroe, do 
18i5 John Q,. Adisms, do 
lB2d Andrew JacIcsonAo 



11 Feb 


1732; 


died 


19 Oct. 


1735 ; 


do 


2 Apr 


1743; 


do 


5 Mar 


1751. 




2 Ai,r. 


1759. 




11 Juiy 


1707. 




15 Mac. 


17G7. 





14 Dec. 1799, JEl. 68 
4 July, 18-3G, do 91 
4 July, 18,26, do 83 



Pice Presidents. 
1789 Ji.hn Ati.inis 
1797 Thoinas Jefferson 
1801 Anoa Burr 
1805 Georj^e Clinton 
1810 Elbnd-e Gerry 
1817 iJitiiiel D. Tompkins 
18^25 Jo fin C. Calhoun 
Secretaries of Stale. 
1789 Thomas J etle ISO n 

1794 FAlmutid iliindo'.ph 
ij 1795 Titiiotiiy riekeriu;^ 
"\ 1800 John Mar>h,:ll 

180 1 Levi liiiicoln (acting) 
I i80i J-ames Miulisou 
I 1810 Robert Smith 
I 1812 James Munroe 

1817 John Quincy Adams 

1825 Henry Clay 

1829 Martin Van Buren. 
Secretaries of IVar. 

1789 Henry Knox 

1795 Timothy Pickering- 
179G James McHcnry 

1800 Samuel Dexter 

1801 Henry Dearborn 



1809 William Eustis 
1814 John Armstrong 

1816 WiliiiKH H. Crawford 
1818 John C. Calhoun 
1825 J a rues Barbour 

1829 John H. Eaton. 
Secretaries of the Treasury. 
1789 Alexiiuder Hamilton 
1795 Oliver VVolcott 
1801 Samuel Dexter 
il801 Albert Gallatin 
|l8I5 George W. Campbell 
:i816 Alexander J. Dallas 

1817 William H. Crawfi)rd 
!]825 ilichard Rush 

!l829 Samud D. Ingham. 
Secretaries of the Navy. 

1789 Benjamin Stoddard 
'1801 Robert Smith 
ilG09 Paul Hamilton 

1814 William Jones 

1810 B. W. Crowninshicld 

1818 Smith Thompson 
1825 Samuel L. Southard 
1829 John Branch. 



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JUDICIARY OF THE UjYITED STATES. 

The judicial power in the United States is vested in 
one Saprems Court; and in such inferior courts as 
cono;ress from time to time may establish. The pres | 
entjudicial establishment of the U. States consists ofa? 
Supteme Court, of twenty. eight District Courts, and* 
seven Circuit Courts, which are thus organized; the 
Supreme Court is composed of one Ciiief Justice and 
six Associate Justices, who hold a Court in the City of 
VVasiiington annually; besides which, each of these 
Justices attends in a certain Circuit, comprisirig two 
or more districts, appropriated to each, and together 
v/ith the Judge of the District, compose a Circuit 
Court, which is iiolden in each District of the Circuit. 
The District Courts are held, respectively, by the Dis- 
trict Judge alone. Appeals are allowed from the Dis- 
trict to the Circuit Courts, and from the Circuit to tho'- 
Suprome Court; and, in some cases, where the incon-| 
venience of attending the court by a justice of the Su-i 
preme Court is very oreat, the Disti-ict Courts are in-j 
vested with Circuit Court powers. | 

-S UPREME CO UR T. 

Names. Residence PaJary.' 

John Marshall, 72^V/i;7ion<i, Fa. Chief Justice, goOOO; 
John McLean, Ohio, '\ ^ 4500 
William Johnson, Charleston, S. C. \ | 4500! 
Robert Trimble, JSIowit Sterling, Ky. ! f 4500, 
Gabriel Duval, Prince Geo. Co. Md. \ J 4500 
Joseph Story, Salem, Mass. \ % 4500 
Smith Tliompson, Ksic-York, .TV. Y. J | 4500 
John McPherson Berrien, Att'y General, Geo. 3500 
H. Wheaton, reporter cf decisions, JVeio- ForA-, 1000 
, Clerk, fees, &;c.| 



The sittings of the Supreme Court are at Washing- 
ton, Is'i Monday in February annually. 

CIRCUIT COURTS. 

i[A Circuit comprises two or more Districts, and the 
j Circuit Courtis holden by one Judge of the Su 
preme Court iclt't the Judge of the District where 
' the Court is holden.] « 



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SITTING OF THE CIRCUIT COURTS. 

First and second Circuils. 
'[When any of the lollovving days happen on Sunday 
I the court is to be held on the Monday following-.] 
\j\Iaine,Vi\. Portland, 1st May; VViscasset, 1st October. 
\jyew- Hampshire, at Portsmouth, 8th May ; Exeter, 

8lh October. 
IJIassachmelts, at Boston, 15th May and 15th October. 
\ Rhode- Is I and, at Providence, 15th November ; New- 
I port, 15lh June. 
Connedicut, at New-Haven, 13th April; Hartford,; 

i7th September. 
Vermont, at VVmdsor, 20Lh May; Rutland, 3d October 
JVeio- For/t, at New -York, 1st April and 1st September 



\ 



SITTINGS or THE DISTRICT COURTS. 

J^ew-Hampshh-e, at Portsmouth, the 3d Tuesday in 
March and September; a t Exeter, 3d Tuesday in 
June and December. 

Vermont, at Windsor, and Rutland, 1st Monday in 
February and August, and 2d Monday in May and 
November. 

Massachusetts, at Boston, 3d Tuesday in March, 4th 
in June, ^d in September, and 1st in December. 

Rhode- Island, at Newport and Providence, 1st Mon- 
day in February and August, and 1st in May and No- 
vember. 

Cnnnccticut, at New-Haven, 3d Tuesday in Februa- 
ry and August ; at Hartford, 3d in May and Novem- 
ber. 

j J^ew-York,^t New-York, 1st Tuesday in February, 
iMay, August ■end November. 

Exclusive of the above mentioned stated courts, the 
iDistrict Judges have power to hold special courts m 
their respecLive Districts at iheir discretion. 

LITERARY JJJYD SCIEA'TIFICK ASSOCIA- 
TIOJVS Ijy THE UJ\JTED STATES. 

The principal Societies in the United States, embra 
cing the natural sciences on the plan of those in Eu- 
rope, are the following: — (1) Amer. Philos. Soc. a!-i 



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hiiadeJpliia, iiiatiluted in Jan. 1769 ; (2) Anier. Acad-| 
Arts and Sciences Boston; (3) Connect. Acad. Arts 
and Sciences; (4) Linncean Soc. Phi'ad.; (5) Linna?anj 
Soc. Boston ; (6) Amer. Goolo^. Soc. Colunib.; (7) 
Chemical Soc. Philad.; (8) Lit. and Phil. Soc. N. Y.; 
(9) Lit. and Phil. Soc. Charleston; (10) Acad. Nat. 
Sci. Philad.; (11) Cabinet of Sci. Piiilad.; (12) Co- 
lumb. Institute, VVashin^rton ; (13) School of Arts. 
Cincinnati ; (14) Lyceum Nat. Hist. New- York ; (1.5) 
do. Hudson; (16) do. Troy; (17) Hist. Soc. N. York ;' 
{Vu) Lyceum of Nat. Hist, of the Berkshire Med. In- 
stitution. 

AJ)J E RICA J^ ACADEMY OF ARTS AJS'D SCI- 
EA'^CES. 

Incorporated May 5, 17J30. 
President, Hon. .Tohn Q,. Adams, LL. D. Quincv. 
V. Pres. Rev. J. T. Kirkland, D. D. LL. D. Cambridge. 
Record. Secretary, Hon. James Savage, Boston. 
Carres. Secretary, Hon. Edward Everett, Charlestown. 
Treasurer, Thomas L. Winthrop, Esq. Boston- 
Librarian «S,' Cabinet Keeper ^Seih Bass, M. D. Boston. 
The Library, consisting of 1500 volumes, is kept, 
and the meetings are holden, in Boston. 

LIST OF COLLEGES LY THE U. STATES. 

Waterville, Waterville. Me.; founded 1820; Rev. 
Jer. Chaplin, d. d. president; No. alumni 53; gradu-i 
ates 1828, 12 ; commencement, last Wed. in Aug. 

Bjwdoin, Brunswick, Me.; founded 1794; Rev 
VVin. Alien, v>. d. president; No. alumni 345 ; gradu-l 
jates 1828, 20 ; commencement, first Wed. in Sept. 

Dartmouth, Hanover, N. H.; founded 1769 ; Rev. 
Nathan Lord, d. d. president ; No. alumni 1577; grad-j 
uates 1828, 41 ; commencement, Wed. preceding last 
Wed. in August. 

J\liddlebury, Mimehiny, Vt.; founded 1800; Rev. 
Joshua Bates, d. d. pres. ; No. alumni 476 ; gradu- 
ates 1828, 18 ; commencement, third Wed. in Aug. 

Vermont CT/iifer^if?/, Burlington, Vt.; founded 1791 ; 



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Rev. James Marsh, president ; No. alumni 175 ; grad- 
uates 1C28, 4 ; commencement, first Wed. in Aug. 

fVUlianis, WiWiarnslowni, Ms.; founded 1793; Rev- 
R. D. Griffin, d. b. president ; No. alumni 673 ; grad- 
luates 1828, 18 ; commencement, first Wed. in Sept. 
j Amherst, Amherst, Ms.; founded 1821; Rev. He- 
jman Humphrey, d. d. president; No. alumni 138 ; 
Igraf'.iiates 1828, 40; commencement, 4ih Wed. Aug. 
I Ilfirvard University., Cambridge, Ms.; founded 1638 ; 
jHon. Josiah Quiney, ll. d. president; No. alumni 
|5489 ; graduates 1828, 52 ; commencement, last Wed. 
|m August. 

j Bn)wn University., Providence, R. I. ; founded 1764; 
iHev. Francis Wayland, i). u. president; No. alumni 
1134; graduates 1828,25; commencement, 1st Wed. 
m September. 

Washington., Hartford, Conn. ; founded 1826; Rt. 
Rev. Thos. C. Brownell, d. d. president; No. alumni 
25; graduates 1828, 15; commencement, first Wed. 
in August. 

Ynle, New-Haven, Ct. ; founded 1700: Rev. J. 
Day, D. D. LT.. D. president; No. alumni 4230 ; grad- 
uates 1828, 82 ; commencement, 2nd Wed. in Sept. 

Columbia. New-York city; founded 1754; Rev. 
vVilliam Harris, d. d. president; No. alumni 880; 
graduates 1828, — «■ ; commencement, first Tuesday in 
August. 

C/nion, Schenectady, N. Y.; founded 1794; Rev. E. 
iNTott, I), n. LI.. D. president ; No. alumni 1120 ; grad- 
uates 1828, 69 ; commencement, 4th Wed. in July. 

Hamilton, Clinton, N. Y. ; founded 1812 ; Rev. H. 
Davis, D. D. president; No. alumni 160 ; graduates 
1828, 14; commencement, 4th Wed. in August. 

Geneva, Geneva, N. Y.; founded 1825 : , 

president; No. alumni 13 ; graduates 1828, 3; com- 
.mencement, first Wed. in August. 

Rutgers, N. Brunswick, N. J. ; founded 1770 ; Rev. 
P. Milledoller, d. d. president; No. alumni — ; 
hfi'aduates 1828, 20; commencement, third Wed. in 
July. 
! iv'',m<iM //a//, Princeton, N. J.; founded 1 ^4G •. Rev. 



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J. Caniahan, d. u. president ; No. alumni 1880 ; gra-i 
Iduates 1«28, 26; con)mencement, last Wed. in Sept. 

University Pennsylvania^ Philadelj>hi;i, Pa.: foundedj 
1755; Rev. Wm. H. Do Lancy, p. d. president ; No.! 
alumni — ; graduates 1828, 11 ; commencement, last 
day of July — day preceding, if Sunday. j 

Jefferson^ Cannonsburg, Pa.; founded 1802; Rev.! 
M. Brown, d. d. president ; No. alumni 287 : gradu-j 
ates 1828, 28 ; commencement, last Thursday m St-^- 
tember. 

Z>ic•^'m5on, Carlisle, Pa.; founded 1783; Rev. Wm. 
Neill, D. D. president; No. alumni — ; graduates 
1828, 22 ; commencement, 4th Wed. in Sept. 

TFashins:ton, Washington, Pa.; founded IQOG ; 

I -, presidert ; No. alumni 143; graduates J 828, 8; 

:commenccment, last Thursday in September. 
I TVestern University, Viiishmg, !*&.', founded 1820; 
Dr. R. Bruce, principal ; No. alumni 39 ; graduates 
1828, 9 ; commencement, first of July. 

J\Iadison, Rev, Henry B. Bascom, president. 

Alleghany, Meadville, Pa.; founded 1815; Rev 
Timothy Alden, president; No. alumni 10: com 
mencemenl, first Wed. in July. 

I St. Mary's, Baltimore, Md.; founded 1805 ; Rev. E 
Damphoux, d. d. president. j 

! Columbian, Washington, D. C; founded 1821 ; Rev.j 
Stephen Chapin, n. d. president; commencement^ 4th 
Wed. in December. 

Universitij of Virginia, Charlottesville, Va.; found-l 
ed 1814; Hon. J. Madison, rector; No. alumni 538 ;| 
no commencement. 

Hampden Sidney, Prince Edward c«). Va.; Rev. J. 
Gushing, president ; commencement, 4th Wednesdayj 
in September. j 

William and JSIary, Williamsburg, Va.; foundedj 
1691 ; Rev. A. Empie, president ; graduates 1828, 3; 
commencement, 4th of July. 

Washington, Jicxington, Va.; founded 1812; Rev. 
G. A. Baxter, d. d. president; No. alumni 380; gra- 
duates 1828. 17; commencement, 3rd Wed in April. 
University JV. C, Chapel Hill ; founded 1791 : Rev. 



tiU 

J. UakiweJi, D. 1). presuient ; No. alumni 434 ; gradu 
jfites 1S23, 13; commencement, 4th Thnrfl. in June 

Universihj S. C, Columbia ; founded 1802 ; Thom- 
as Cooper, 3T. n. president ; commencement, about 
Dec. 15. 

Charleston, Clinrleston, S. C; founded 17C5 ; Rev. 
•Tasper Adams, d. d. president; No. akimni 14; j^rad- 
uates 18-28, 6 ; commencement, last Tuesday in Oct. 

University of Georgia., Athens, Geo. ; founded 1785; 
Rev. M. VVaddel, d.'d. president ; No. alumni 210 ;| 
oraduatcs 1828, 28 ; conunoncGment, 1st Wed. Aug.] 
JWishmlle University, Nashville, Tenn. ; foundedj 
'1806; Rev. Philip Lindsley, t>. d. prcsideTit ; No.! 
ialumni 50 ; graduates 1828, 18; commencement, first; 
Wodnesdoy in October. i 

E. Tennessee, Knoxville, Tenn.; Rev. Charles Cof-j 
li^jn, I). i>. president: graduates 1828,3; commence- 
ment, first Thursday in October. 

Avg:v.:,ta, Augw.ii'AA^y-', founded 1822; Rev. Mar- 
in Rnter, president; eommcnceaicnt, first Wedncs- 
'Iny in Aug^!^-t. 

Greenville C, Grcenviih, Tenn.; founded 1804; 
Rev. Henry IIoss, president. 

University of Okio, Atlien?, Ohio; founded 1802: 
Rev. R, G. Wilson, n. d. president; No. alumni 41 ; 
graduates 1828, 10; commencement, Wed. following 
3d Tuesday in September. 

JiUnml University, Oxford, Ohio; founded 1821r;| 

Rev. R. II. Bishop, d. d. president; graduates 1828,: 

} ; comrricncement, last Wed. in Sept. i 

Transylvania University, Lexington, Ky.j Rev. Al- 

v^a Woods, n. i^ president. 

Western Reserve, 'xiiM\so'A, Oijio; founded 1828. 
Blooming-ton, Bloomington, Ind. ; founded 1828 ;| 
R^v. Andrew Wylie, d. d. president. 1 

SuMVi iKv. Colleges, 43; Instructers in 32 colle' 
ges, 217; vv'hole number a!urnnii;i 28 colleges, 20,520 ;i 
lalumui living in 23 colleges, ll,8GfJ; nluinni minister.- 
lof 20 coliPges, 4235; niinisters living of 19 colleges.! 
2814; graduates in 30 college?, ill i;i,'8, 652; undr^r i 
(yrannatcs in 33 coileyes 1828-a — r-Mi.-.r? 070 ; iunioi>| 



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46 ; sopiiomores bbO ; Ireshrnen 532— ^80y ; students 
professors of religion in 22 cojleg^es, 587 ; students as- 
sisted by college funds in 15 colleges, 321 ; students 
assisted by education society, in 14 colleges, 148 ; 
■nedical students in 7 colleges, 590 ; law students in 3 
colleges, 33 ; volumes in 30 college libraries, 1^8,118; 
volumes in 25 students libraries, 66,730, 



BENEVOLENT SOCIETIES, 



Jlmerican Board of Commissioners for For. J\fissions. 
— Organized in 1810 ; J. C. Sn-iitli,Y. l. ©.President, 
Jeremiah Evaris, Esq. Secretary, Henry Hill, Esq. 
Treasurer, Boston; itjcoirie in 1C27--8, "^^88,341 89; in| 
1828-9, gl 02,000 ; wliole sum since ibrm.ationj ^732,-i 
970 15 ; annual meeting early in October. 

American Bible Society. Organized in 1816 ; Rich- 
ard Varick, Esq. President, Rev. J. C. Brighara, Sec- 
retary, John Adams, Esq. Treasurer, J^evc-York ; jn-l 
come in 1827-8, ^75,879 93; in 1828-9, ^142,184 33; 
whole sura since formation, ;^658,570 42 ; annual qjeet- 
ing 2d Thursday in May. 

American Education Society, Organized in 1815; 
Hon. Samuel Hubbard, President, Rev. Elias Corne- 
lius, Secretary, Andover, Jtls., W. Ropes, Treasurer, 
Boston; income in 1827-8, ^31,692 78; in 1828-9, 
^^30,434 18; whole sum since formation, g216,863 37 ; 
annual meeting in May. 

American Tract Society. Organized in 1825 ; S. V. 
S. Wilder, Esq. President, Rev. W. A. Hallock, Sec- 
retary, Moses Allen, Esq. Treasurer, JVet/;-i'brA: ; in- 
come in 1827-8, g45,000; in 1C28-9, ^60,000; whole^ 
sum since formation, ^145,000; annual meeting 2gJ 
week in May. I 

American Home Missionary Society. Organized in 
1826; S. Van Renssalaer, President, Rev. Absalom 
Peters, Secretary, K. Taylor, Esq. Treasurer, »7V>wj- 
r..r,V; income in 1827-8, ^20,035 7B ; in 1828^9. 

102,000 00 in 1827-8. 




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^'26,997 31; whole sum since tbraiation, ^65,1 60 l>5 
annual meeling 2d week in May. 

American Sunday School Union. Organized in 1 824 ; 
Alexander Henry, Esq. President, Frederick W. Por- 
ter, Secretary, Paul Beck, jun. Treasurer, Philadel- 
phia ; income in l»27-8, ^19,458 34; in 1828-9, ^18,- 
527 ; whole sum since formation, ^80,742 67 ; ariuual 
meeting in May. 

American Colonization Society. Organized in 1819; 
Hon. Bushrod Washington, President, Rev. R. R. 
Gurley, Secretary, Richard Smith, Esq. Treasurer, 
IVashingion ; income in 1827-8,^14,541 82; in 1828-9, 
^19,56193; whole sum since formation, ^82,104 72; 
annual meeting last Saturday in December. 

American Society Jnr the Promotion of Temperance. 
Organized in 1826 ; Hon. Marcus Morton, Prt^sideni, 
jRev. Nathan Hewit, Secretary, Andover, jVs., W. 
Ropes, Treasurer, Boston; whole sum since forma- 
tion, ^14,195 09; annual meeting in January. j 

Amci-ica7t Baptist Board of Commissio7iers far For-\^ 
eign J)Iissions. Organized 1814; Rev. W. Staughton,ij 
President, Rev. L. Relies, d. d. Secretary, Salem, Ms.Jj 
H. Lincoln, Treasurer, Boston: income in 1827-8. Ij 
gl4,603 38; in 1828-9, ^16,06190; annual meeting!! 
last Wednesday in April. 

Method i-^t Mi^siop.ary Society. Organized in 1819; I 
Rev. E. Iledding, President, Rev. N. Bangs, d. d. 
Treasurer, JS^eic-York ; incoa)e in 1827-8, ^6,245 37 ; 
in 1828-9,^14,170 1 i ; annual meetujg 1st week in 
May. 

Protestant Episcopal J^Ilssionan/ Society. Rt. Rev. 
William White, President, Rev. George Weller, Sec- 
retary, Dr. C. Morris, Trc'dsixrer, Philadelphia; in- 
come in 1828-9, ^4 000. 

Prison Disc;p}linc Society. Organiz^nl in 182 
George Bliss, i.l, d. PresiJent ; Rev. fj. Dwiglit, 
Sec'y, Ch's CieavelanrI, Treas. - Boston ; income in 
1827-8, 52^2,444 08; in 1828-9, J3, 531 ; whole sum sinct 
formation, ^9, 644; annual tne'eling during the vveel< 
of general election at Boston. 

American Bible Class Society. Organized in 18?7: 



^3 

Rev. E. D. Griffin, President, Rev. H. Wilbur, Sec- 
retary, Solomon Allen, Esq. Treasurer, Philadelphia ; 
incon.e in 1827-8, ^390; annual meeting last week in 
.May. 

American Tract Sociefi/, [Boston.) Org'anized 1814; 
Hon. William Reed, President, Jainos L. Kimball, 
Secrctarv, John Tappan, Esq. Treasurer, Boston; in- 
come in 1827-8, gil2,'450 23; in 1828-9, <^13,896 18 ; 
whole sum since VormatioB liJl 1826, ^47,236 16 ; an- 
nual meeting last week in May. 

Dulch Rf^/ormcd Mlssinnnry Societi/. Organized in 
1822; Rev.^T. De W^itt, Secretary, Timothy Hutton, 
Treasurer, .-Ydic-For/i*; income in 1827-8, g.r,,000; in 
1828-9, ^t,47G 71 ; annual meeting 1st week in June. 

Cjnneclicui J\fissionari/ Societi/. Organized in 1798 ; 
Hon. Jonathaii Braee, President, Rev. Horace Hook- 
er, Secretary, Andrew Kingsburv, Treasurer, Hart- 
ford; income in 1827-8,^4,740 34'; in 1828-9, g2,070j 
33; whole suvn since formation, ^160,657 30; annual 
meeting 2d Wednesday in January. 

American Jews' Society. Organized in 1820; Hon. 
John Savage, President, Rev. S. E. Vermilyea, Sec- 
retary, L. Burrill, Esq. Treasurer, JVew-ForA%- income 
in 1827-8 g316 99; annual meeting 2d week in May. 

Bosi(m Female J etc s' Society. Organized in 1816; 
Sarah Jaquith, Secretary, Frances Irving, Treasurer, 
Bnlon; income in 1827-8, ^1,257 99; i-n 1828-9, 
^325 79 ; annual meeting in May. 

J^Iis<iachusetts Missionary Societij. Re-organized in 
1327; Rev. L. Woods, d. d. President, Rev. R. S 
Storrs, Secretarv, Braintree., J. PuncLard, Treasurer, 
Salem; income in 1827-8, ^54,363 27; in 1828-9, g5,- 
! 247 32; annual meeting during the week of general 
election at Boston. 

General Union to Promote the Observance of the Sab- 
bath. Organized in 1828; Rev. IM. Bruen, Secreta- 
ry, Arthur Tappan, Treasurer, JS\w-York ; annual 
meeting 2d week in May. 

B ipiist General Trad Society. Organized in 1824; 
Rev. E. Cushmnn, President, Rev. Noah Davis, Sec- 
retarv, Samuel Husrgins, Treasurer, Philadelphia ; in 



d4 

come in 1827-8, ^p,loli 04, in 1828-9, ^5,256 76; 
whole sum since formation, g 12,666 42 ; annual meet- 
ing in January. ! 

Philadelphia Bible Society. Organized in 1808; i 
Rt. Eev. William White, President, Rev. Dr. Mayer,] 
Secretary, Robert Ralston, Esq. Treasurer, Philadel- 
phia; inGome in 1828-9, ^7,724 4i ; annual meeting hi 
May. 

AmcHcan Seamen's Friend Society. Organized 1 826 ; 
Hon. S. Thomson, f resident, Re-/. J. Leavitt, Secre- 
tary, Silas Holmes, Treasurer, Meio-YorJc ; income \i\ 
i828-9, |1,214 38; annual meeting 2d week in May 

Am&Hcan As- tj hem, J or the Deaf and Dumb. Organ- 
ized in 1816; Hon, N. Terry, President, Seth Terry, 
Esq. Secretary, James H. Wells, Treasurer, Hartford; 
income in 1328-9, ^2,341 55; annual meeting in May. 

Ar?%trican Peace Society. Organized in 1828 ; Will- 
iam Ladd, Esd. Secretary, J-^^ew-York ; annual meet- 
ing in May. 

The income of all the above societies, as far os as- 
certained, amounted in 1827-8, to ^^350,41 8 23 ; in 
1!]2rt-S, to ^502,021 19; whole sum smce formation, 
g2,2f5,S74 14.. 

^ PEACE SOCIETIES. 
The New Tork Pe&ce Society, the first in the world, 
was formed in 1015, consisting of 20 members. In 
December, 18i4, " The Solemn Review of the Custom 
of War," from the pen of Rev. Dr. N. Worcester, oi 
Brighton, Ms. v/as p-^blished. It produced a powerful 
[impression. It v/ent through several editions in vari- 
ous languages. In 181 G the Massachusetts Peace So- 
ciety was formed; in IS 16, the London Society for the 
Promotion of Permanent and Universal Peace. Since 
that time, societies have been formed in ten or twelve 
of the United States. The Maine Society has be^n 
very efficient. Drs. Appleton and Fayson were warm- 
ly engaged in this cause. Jn May lC2S,the American 
Peace Society was formed in New York. It publish- 
es an interesting periodical, entitled "Harbinger of 
Peace," edited by Wm. Ladd, Esq. Sec. of the Society. 



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IJ. ^. CliiiSisUS IN ITOO, 1800, 1^10> & 1820. 1 



iS'ati's ^- Territories. 

I Maine, 
N. ILiinpsiiiro, 
I iMassacliiisetts, 
'Rhodc-J.-land, 
Connecficiit, 
Vermont, 
New-York, 
Ne\v-Jerse\\ 
Penn?vlvai;ia, 
Dohnffire, 
:NlaryIand, 
^'irp-inia, 
X. Carolina., 
S. Carolina, 
' Goorn'ia, 
Alabama, 
■Mississippi, 
Louisiana, 
Tonnpfsee, 
Kon tacky, 
Ohio, ) 

N. W. T..M-. ^ 
Indiana, 
lilinoi:^, 
Mi-r-sonri 
M. Territory, 
Ark. Territory, 
Dist. CdnaiNia, 



J 790 

oa,5-ic 

578,78', 

237,94C 
C5,53f 
34G.120 
10 4,195 
434,37;: 
.59,09; 
S ! 7-2'' 
747,'6]C 
."93.75 
.240,07 
80-2,54 



73.07: 



1800 

1.51,719 

1 93, 850 
42 3,845 

68,122 
251,002 
154,465 
586,0.30 
211,149 
602,548 

64,273 
349,692 
886,149 
478,163 
345,594 

82,686 



1810. I 

228,70.5 
214,4601 
472,040' 
76,g3l| 
261,942i 
217.895' 



1820 

498,35.5 
244,161 
523,287, 
.83,05^' 
275,24," 
235,764 



959,0i9I,372,8r-i 

245,562: 277,5751 
8 10,091' 1,049,4581 



72,6741 
380,546| 



72,740! 

407,350 

574,622:1,065,360 



555.500 

415,11.- 
252,433 



8,850 40, 



i oiai. 



405. GC5' 

220,459' 



20,84 
261,727 
406,511 
230,760 



,C41i { 



14.0^ 



O.J — J, ^4.01 



.319,' 



20 
I 12,282 
20,845 
4,762 

24,023 
,237, jOJ 



63':, 829 
602,741 
340,9891 
J 127904 
( 75,448 
153,407 
422.613 
564,317! 
63i,43-:i 



.14^7,1 7r 
£0,21 1 
.66,58f: 
8,896 
14.24G 
33031- 
r7,9lf~' 



9,6; 



FREE WRITE CTTTZE.NS IN THE T. PTATE3, 1820. 



Tot 



Males. 
1,345,220 
612,535 
776,150 
766,033 
495,065 
3,995,053 
free v»'bite citizen?, . 



Under 10 venrK 
From 10 to 16, 
From 16 to 26, 
From 20 to 45, 
Over 45, 



Pemalfs. 

1 .280,550 
605,343 
731,371 
736,600 
462,788 

3,866,657 



11,710 



F 2 



-^■; 



66 



STATISTICAL VIEPF OF THE JIETHODIST 
EPISCOPAL CHURCH. 

From the Minutes of the several Annual Conferen- 
ces, for 1829, just published, it appears ihat there are 
in the 



Conferences. 

Canada [1828] 

Pittsburgh, 

Ohio, 

Missouri, 

Illinois, 

Kentucky, 

Holstein, 

Tennessee, 

Mississippi, 



Wliitcs. 

8,754 
22,583 
32,700 

3,257 
18,724 
23,888 
17,952 
17,476 
10,948 



South-Carolina, 38,70^ 

Virginia, 28,384 

Baltimore, 28,644 

Philadelphia, 34,819 

New-York, 32,789 

New-England, 20,337 

Genessee, 13,532 

Oneida, 19,246 

Maine, 9,939 



Colored. 

10 

176 

193 

350 

116 

3,602 

2,012 

2,499 

3,576 

21,276 

9,756 

10,302 

8,15G 

371 

220 

39 

74 



Indians. 
915 

208 



702 

400 

24 



62,8141 2,250 



Total. 

9,678 
22,759 
33,101 

3,607 
18,840 
27,570 
19,964 
20,677 
14.924 
60,008 
38,140 
38,946 
42,978 
33,160 
20,557 
13,572 
19.320 

9,942 

147,743 
418,438 



Total, 382,679 ..,o.., .,, 

Corrected total of last year, (seeMetho- ) 

dist Magazme, December, 1828,) ] 

Increase this year, .... -^j^^xj^i 

The number of travelling preachers i.s 1,697, super- 
annuated, 120-tota], 1817. Last year, the total was 
1,642, makmg the increase since last year, 175. 



29,305 



P.l^'^^^ T "^"^ DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE 



Place of birth 

Delaware^ 
England, 
JSTew- Yo^ k^ 
J^ew-Jersey, 



Names. 

John Morton, 
Button Gwinnet, 
Philip Livingstois, 
John Hart, 



Time of dcatii. 



Anril 
M*ay 27, 
June 12. 



1777 




_=.=„ 


in 






^ 


Place oi birth. 


Age iii i77tj. 


Time ofdeath. A?e-ll 


6'. Carolina^ 


Thoirias Lyiicl), 


close of 


'"779, 


M 




Joseph Hevves, 


Nov. 10, 


"'79, 





JVew-Jersc]/, 


Richard Stockton, 




'81, 


50 


1 Delaware, 


Csesar Rodney, 


June 26, 


'84, 


55 


\ Rhode-Island, 


Stephen Hopkins, 


July 13, 


'85, 


78 


[.Massachusetts 


William Whipple, 


Nov. 28, 


'85. 


54 


■ Maty/and, 


Thomas Stone, 




'87, 


43 


S. Carolina, 


Arthur Middleton, 


Jan. 1, 


'88, 


49 


i Virginia, 


John Penri, 


Sept. — 
April 17, 


'88, 


46 


Massachusetts 


Benj. Franklin, 


'90, 


84 


.S. Carolina, 


Lyman Hall, 




'90, 


G0| 


\JIassachusctts 


William Hooper, 




'90, 


48 


Pennsijlvania, 


I'rancis Hopkinson 


May 0, 


'91, 


52 


\Massachusetts 


, Roger Sherman, 


July 23, 


'93, 


72 i 


\ do 


John Hancock, 


Oct, 8, 


'93, 


56| 


j Virginia, 


Richard Henry Lee 


sJune 22, 


'94, 


62 


\JS''eio -Jersey, 


Abraham Clark, 


Autumn, 


'94, 


68 


Scotland, 


John Witherspoon 


Nov. 15, 


'94, 


72' 


[JIassachuseits 


Josiali Bartlett, 


Mav 19, 


'95, 


65 


Connecticut, 


Samuel Huntington, Jan. 5, 


'96, 


63 


do 


Oliver Wolcott, 


Dec. 1, 


'96, 


71 


Virginia, 


Fr. Lightfoot Lee, 


April, 


'97, 


C3[ 


do 


Carter Braxton, 


Oct. 10, 


'97, 


6ll 


Sot land. 


James Wilson, 


Aug. 28, 


'98, 


55| 


Maryland, 


George Read, 
V^'^illiam Paca, 


Autumn, 


'98, 
'99, 


64 


'■.S. Carolina, 


Edward Rutledge, 


Jan. 23, 


1800, 


50 


Ireland, 


IMatt. Thornton, 


June 24, 


1803, 


88' 


Wales, 


Francis Lewis, 


Dec. 13, 


(I 


89; 


JMassachuscLLs 


, Samuel Adams, 


Oct. 2, 


(( 


81 


Virginia, 


George Walton, 


Feb. 2, 


1C04, 


81 


E^igland, 


Robert Morris, 


I\Iay 8, 


'O) 


72 


Virginia, 


Georthe Wythe, 


June 8. 


'G, 


80 


S. Carolina, 


Tho's Heyward, 


March, 


'9, 


63 


jMaryland, 


Samuel Chase, 


June 17, 


'n, 




Connecticut, 


William Williams, 


Aug. 2, 


'11, 


80 


Pennsylvania 


George Clymer, 


Jan 23, 


1813, 


78! 


do 


Benjamin Rush, 


April 19, 


(« 


67 


^Massachusetts 


, Rob't Treat Paine 


May 11, 


1814, 


84 


i ,0 ___ 


Elbridge Gerry, 


Nov. 23. 


" 


69 



68 

Place of birtl). Ixiimes. 'J'inie of death Ag 

Fauns ijlvanin, TliGnias M'Kean, June 24, 1817, !i 
Rhode-Island, VVilliam EHery, Fob. 15, 18 JO, D 
Maw- York, William Fioyd, Au^. 1, 18-21, 1 

.Virg'tnia, Ti'jom-:is JcfleriSon, Jubilee, 1-2|| 

\.J>Iassacliusebis,Z<^hx\Ai\Q\ns, do GO' 

Mfiryland, (yharles Carroll, thesurvivo 

Virginia, Benjamin Harrison, 

do Thomnf? Nelr^on, jr. 

' Pennsylvania, Jartfos Smith, 
do George 'J'aylw, 

do Gc(jro-o Il(^ss, 

li e \v i s ]\I o V r i .« , : a i ; ;1 11 o ii r v W i s n c r . 



OFFICER-S OF THE GOVtaVMENT OF VERMONT SIKC; 

ITS OKG A^aZAT!0\. 

Date. Gnv§. I/ieut. Govs. Fession at I 

;1778Thos. ChiUendcn, Joseph Marsh, TVindsor 

" 79 " T>. Carpenter JJanche^l::r 1. 

"80 " " Bennington 

"81 " Filisha Payne £^A',?^ott???, tsmiJ. 

"82 " PaulSpooner j3Ianchesier \. 

" 83 " '■' JFeslrninster 'l 

" 84 " « IZ'dland 

" 8i " ^' Windsor 

"83 " " Ihdland 

" 87 " Josep!i Marsh Jfciobury 

"88 " " .Mrmcli.fkcr 

" 89 Moses K,ohinson " IVcstminsier 

" 90 Thos. Chittenden Peter Olcott Castleton 



91 - ^' fr 



indsor 



' 92 " *' 

' 93 " " 'jrindsor 

' 94 •" Jonatlmn Ihmi B.idland 

'95 " " Windsor 

' 9G " Paul Brigharn, Rid'and, 

'• 97 Isaac Ticheno-r " JFindsor 

'90 " " Vergennes 

' 99 " .- ■" Windsor 

;'1800 " " Windsor 

OJ ^^ " .Middlehvry 

wmtt w iMii«> n i i «i n mm u - i ■ i l f miiiBai^i*«i » iiahiiii i i MlSLjw^iji:a i »LiT a j i »i««*> '^ i*i»' i«»M « ii' < i ii 



F' 


09 






Bate. Govs. 


L.I. Govi. 


Session ai 




" 99 Icaac Tichenor 


Paul Brixham 


JVewbunj 


" 02 


<« 


Burlington, 




"03 


<* 


Westniimier 




" 04 " 


t« 


Rutland 


. 


" 05 


c< 


Da-.viUe 




" OS " 


C( 


J>liddlehury 




" 07 Israel Smith 


(( 


JVoodstock 




" 0[] Is-.ac Tichenor 


«i 


J\Iontpelier 




" 09 Jonas Galusha, 


<( 


<-i 




" 10 


i( 


(< 




"11 


<e 


<( 




"12 


t( 


<« 




'• 13 Mart. Chittenden 


^ym. Chambe 


rlain " 




" 14 


n 


" 




" 15 Jonas Galusha 

"lo 

"17 


Paul Brigham 


*' 




<( 


(( 




u 13 


(« 


c< 




"19 '* 


«t 


t< 




" 20>Richard Skinner 


VVm. Cahoon 


" 




"21* 


(( 


(( 




1822 Richard Skinner 


Aaron Leland 


(( 




1823 C. P. Van Ness 


u 


f( 




1824 


i( 


(( 




1825 


It 


«{ 




1826 Ezra Butler 


{< 


(( 




1827 


Henry Olin 


" 




1820 Samuel C. Crafts 


" 


" 




Treasurers. 


Secretaries of Slate. 




1770 Ira Allen 


Thomas Chandler 




1778* " 


Joseph 


Fay 




1781 


Micah 


Townsenp 




1700 Samn '1 Mattocks 




n 




1708 


Rnswe 


]\ Hopkins 




1 00 1 Ben]amin Swan 


Roswe 


11 Hopkins 




1802 


David Win":, jun. 




1803 " 


Thomfi 


s Leverett 




*\Vlien the snme yea.- is 


repsatod, there were two s-^ssions ; and 




wlion tlie (5r\te3 are omitte.i, as from 1731 lo '83, t 


he iiicu!nL.enls were 1 


ontinued in office. 




r-^i 



70 



1813 
1815 
1823 
1824 
1825 
1826 
1827 
1828 



'^Frea.surers- 
Benjaiuin Swan 



''\\l 



1778 
778 
1779 
1781 
1782 
1783 
1784 
1785 
1786 
1788 
1790 
1791 
1793 
1795 
1797 
1798 
1799 
1800 
1801 
1802 
1S03 
1 804 
!808 
1809 
1813 
1 8 1 5 
1818 
1819 
1820 
1822 
1823 



Speakers of House. 
Naihan Clark 
Tiwmas Chandler 

Thomas Porter 
Increase Moseley 
Isaac Tichenor 
Nathan Niles 
Stephen R. Bradlej 
Gideon Olia 



Baniel BiKtk 
Lewis R. Morris 
Abel Spencer 
Daniel Farrand 
Amos Marsh 



Abel Spencer 
Theo. Harrington 
Aaron Leland 
Dudley ChavSe 

Daniel Chipman 
W'm. A. Oris wold 
Richard Skinner 
Wni. A. Crifiwoid 
D. Azro A. Ruck 

Geori>-e E. Walos 

i^^aa«'".iwl.T--.-iniiii,iii.Tii>^iiH.^ 



Secretaries oj State- 
Josiah Dunham 
Wrn. Slade, jun. 
Norman Williams 



Clerics of House. 
Benjamin Baldwin 
Bezulecl Woodward 
Koswell Hopkins 



Stephen Jacobs 
Lewis R. Morris 
William Eaton 
Richard Whitney 



Samuel C Crafts 

Nathan Osgood 
James Elliot 

Anthony Has well 
Martin Post 

William D. Smith 



W^illiam D. Snrith 
Timothy Merrill 



71 



Speakers ol' House. Clorks of Ilonso 

1824 Isaac Fletcher Timothy Merrill 



18^25 D. Azro A. Buck 

1826 ■' 

1827 Robert B. Bates 
1323 



JlILJTLl OF f^ERJdOJST. 

The mililia of the state consists of all the able bodi- 
ed males, with a few exceptions made by law, between 
the age of 18 and 45 years. Each soldier is required' 
to keep himself constantly provided with such arni^ 
and equipments, as are necessary for actual service. 
and, by so doirig, his poll is exempted from taxation. 
Tiie whole militia is, at present, divided into four divi- 
sions, 10 brigades and 35 reiriments, with from eiglit 
to 12 companies in each. Belonging to most of the 
regiments are also one company of cavclry, one of ar- j 
titJery and one of light infantry, and in many cases 
more than one of each. The governor is captain gen- 
eral and commander in chief, and with the advice of 
|the council is to arrange the whole militia into divi- 
sions, brigades, *S:,c. and may from time to time, make 
'such alterations as he shall see fit. Each division is 
icommanded by a major general, with a division inspec- 
lor, a division quarter master and two aids ; each brig- 
ade by a brigadier general, with a brigade inspector, 
'brigade quarter master, and one aid; each regiment 
by a colonel, iiauteuant colonel and majf^r, with tlie i 
Jcustomary staff; and each company by a captain, lieu- 
tenant anden.-ign, '.vith the customary non-commission- 
ed olncers. The major generals and brigadier gene- \ 
:rals are appointed by the legislature. Tiie field ofn- 
Iccrs are chosen by the commissioned ofBcers of their 
respective regiments, and the several companies elect: 
|their own ofricer.?. Tiie whole militia of the state 
^amounts to about 25.0r>0. 
I FOPULATIO.V. 

There have been but four complete enumerations 
lof the inhabitants of this state since the organization 
of its government, the first of which was in 1791. In 
il77 I , there was a census of the two coupm :\^ of Cum- 



72 

berland and Glouceeter, which then comprehended a 
the territory of Vermont between the Green Moun 
tains and the Connecticut river. This census gave a 
population, in those two counties, of 3947, and the pop- 
ulation of the whole state was at that time estimated 
at about 7000. The results of the four subsequeni 
enumerations are exhibited in the following 
TABLE. 



TP CO ©■< GO 1— I t^ u'3 G-^ --O 5C CO LO r- CO 
ol^-C^LOO'^COCO^'^COGTCSLC 
— S^ <?| GO^ G^( l-^ "^^ 't, '^ ^„ '■■^^ ^^ 

r-T r-J' &f r.r d r4~ CO 



COCOO'— COi^OCO 



O -^ <> Ci CO 

CO i~ CO t- >r: 
G^ CO O f-* c; 



ir r-. t- UO 1-1 CO 



>-0 ^ uO Li-J CO i- 



OD CO O O G* GO CO Tt i_0 CO 0< iO CO 
G^CO'— '■^i— <-T-^COCO"^Cn)OOC3 
Cn> CO LO CO C5 CD CO Ci G< G* C75 CO r- 



CO G^ uo lO 



CO r-< CO ^ lO --H 



iTS Oi lO -^ C-< L^ Cj Cj lO -r^ i^ 
CO G>» CO 'O CO t^ G* CO r-. £- G( u^ 
1— cOOGOi-<LO.->CDOiJ>-^ 



COGOco-^t^t^LorrT-ir-oOt^ 
05 C5 CO CO CO G* 'Tf G-» i^ CO Qi CO t^ 

cri^cc_co5^co^Q^'^'5^i>_co^'q^'-^c^co_ 

cTL.-T'^-^co^co'c'r-^uo'oro co"'* 

^ —, r-i r-^ T-, (>« G-«t-<O<C0 



O i> CO CO C^i C> CO Q5 -^ GO CO -— ' ^ 

.— T-icocoi>cocrji— CO — oco'^ 

-^ CO_^ UO O Tt^ LO -^__ CO^ GO^ CO_^ l--^ i-O^ Cj^ 

co~'^i>'cr''''''''"'"" 



C0^t-C0t^05U:}TfC5LOi— 'COCO 
COirj-t— iCPGOU-jCO — CO—CO-rf^ 
^^ G^^ C? 05__ LO 05^ — GO^ T-^ Lq^ O CO^ i>^ 
oi" Gf C<' (tT t-T t-T i> irT J> LO 



o 



a o ^'— < 



o .. 



c cc"a 2 






oT w ^ c; rt o r_: 
■^ ^ E^ c3 cd -^ ^ n^; I 



<p:iOOWi:^OOOP4>!^^j ^^ 



^3 T^ 2 

g -co 

s =^ 

"S t3 'a 

^^■^ 

'- O cS 
C G 

O CO •'-? 

•z: CO -a 

d ^ '^ 

nil ^ to 

2 M 03 

^^ bfl 

Bh^ g 

G^ "z: i-o 

CO fi C5 



^ o - 

-'^ S W CO 



73 



emi ^oijtvnmtnt of TftvmotiL 

FOR THE POLITICAL YEAR, 

Com7nencing October, 1829, and ending October, 1830.1 



EXECUTIVE* 

SAMUEL C. CRAFTS, 

Gov'ER.voR, Craflsbury. 

HE:NKYOl.Ilf, 

LT. GOVERNOR, Leicester, 
COUNCILLORS. 



Tiennington, 
TVindhcwif 

Rutland, 

Windsor^ 

Addison, 

Orange, 

Chiftenden, 

Wanhington^ 

Caledonia^ 

Franklin, 

Orleans, 



MvRON Clark, 
Samuel Clarkj 
wHAUNCr LaagdoxN, ) 
Robert Pierpqi.xt, ( 
Job Lyman, 
Ezra IIorT, 

JEDEDT^iH H. liARRrSj 

John C. Thompson, 
George VVorthingtgnj 
Benjamin F; Deming, 
James Davis, 
Ira H. Allen. 



Geo. B. Sha^v, Secretary, DanVille. 
Nn'l-i;'^' w'n'"' ^^'^««^' Woodstock. 

iTiEGISLATlVE* 

Hon. D. AZRO A. BUCK, 5^,,^^,^, 

Timothy Merrill, Esq. C/erl 

Oramel H. ^mtu,^sc^. Engrossing Clerk. 



BENNINGTON COUNTY. 



Townx. Representatives. 



Arlington 

Bennington 

Dorset 



Anson Canfield 
John Norton 
John Cochi^an 



Gr. List. 
14032 
27412 
10521 







■^ 




74 


■" -. 


Landgrove 


Simeon Leiaml 


1954 


Manchester 


John S. Pettibone 


17771 


Peru 




1795 


Pownal 


John Wright 


11193 


Readshoro' 


Henry HoJ brook 


1992 


Rupert 


David Sheldon, jr» 


12765 


Sandgate 


Joseph Tuttle 


5228 


Shaflsbwy 


Asa Matteson 


19296 


Stamford 


Joel Houghton 


3008 


Sunderland 


William Landon 


3861 


Winhall 


Nathaniel Mellen,jr. 


1882 


Woodford 


WiihamParkJr. 


1294 
^134,011 


WINDHAM COUNTY. 




Acton 


Nathan Fisher 


987 


Jlthem 




2617 


Bratileho7^' 


Samuel Elliot 


18045 


Brookline 


Jacob Burditt 


2022 


Dover 


William H. Hodges 


6507 


Dummerston 


Joseph Duncan 


9316 


Grafton 


William Stickney, jr. 


9402 


Guilford 


Aaron Barney 


12191 


Halifax 


Sanford Plumb 


7874 


Jamaica 


Nathaniel Robbins 


6762 


Londonderry 


Samuel Arnold 


4803 


Marlboro' 


Hubbard H. Wlncheste? 


6881 


J^ewfane 


Joseph Eilis 


9225 


Putney 


David Crawford 


10294 


Rockingham 


Manasseh Divoll 


20155 


Somerset 


Samuel Worlhington 


1244 


Stratton 


Richard Scett 


1122 


Townshend 


William R. Shafter 


10134 


Vernon 


Nathan Wood 


4129 


Wardshoro' 


Nathaniel Ward 


6063 


Westminster 


Daniel Mason 


14002 


Whitingham 


Snneon iJ'.Iorse 


8-208 


Wilmington 


Lanccy Forbes 


7885 


Windham 


Daniel Cobb 


4305 


gl83,l83 



J 


•- - i 


f 


RUTLAND COUNTY. 




I 


Benson 


John Kellogg- 


13085 




Brandon 


Edward Jackson 


12862 




Castlelon 




15956 




ChJUenden 


Jonag Wheeler 


3614 




Clarendon 


Frederick Button 


13618 




Danhy 


Ira Edrnons 


11981 




Fairhaven 


Ira Laonard 


4657 




Tlubbardton 


Ira Jennings 


6243 




Ira 


Joshua Harrington 


3895 




»Msndan 


Nathap. Fisher 


1026 




Mount- Holly 


» 


7689 




J\fount- Tabor, 


1122 




Middletoxcn 


Allen Vail 


8085 




Orwell 


Thomas D. Hammond 


18669 




Paw let 


Return Strong 


17823 




PUisJield 


William R. Blossom 


3050 




Pittsford 


Jirah Barlow 


15494 




Poutiney 


Daniel Mallary 


17478 




Rutland 


George T. Hodges 


52586 




Sherburne 


Richard Estabrooks, jr. 


1391 




Shrewsbury 


John Buckmaster 


7426 




Sudbury 


Joseph Warner 


6327 




Tinmouth 


Thomas Porter, jr. 


7932 




Wallinsford 


Amos Bucklin 


11586 




Wells 


Ansel Goodspeed 


6019 




West-Haven 
V 


Artemas Wyman 
WINDSOR COUNTY- 


4808 




|243,433 




And over 


Orin Hazeltine 


4953 




Baltimore 




1352 




B irnard 


Ebenezer Richmond 


11556 




Bethel 


Daniel Lillie 


11949 




Bridgewater 


David Thompson 


7109 




Cavendish 


James Smith, jr. 


11982 




Chester 


Abiel Richardson 


20144 




Hartford 


Wyllys Lyman 


17093 




Hart land 


Simeon Willard 


21728 




Ludlow 


Jonas Dunn 


7830 




J^^orwich 


Cyrus Partridge 


15138 1 




Plymouth 


Samuel Page 


-JiLJ 



76 

I'oinfret Henry Hewitt 10769 

Heading Simeon BucR I06{i2 

Rochester Lyman Emerson 8454 

Royalton Harry Bingham 13795 

Sharon William Steele 10530 

Sprinsfield William Thayer, jr, 18794 

Slockbridge Daniel Gay, jr. 6151 

TFeaihers/ield Joshua Upham 18554 

Weston Henry Lovejoy 4117 

Windsor Thomas Leland 27788 

Woodstock Sylvester Edson ' 25667 



ADDISON COUiNTY, 


$^292,350 


Addison 


Aaron Merrill 


12676 


Biidport 


Zenas Myrick 


14813 


Bristol 


Harvey Munsell 


6966 


Coriiwall 


Chauncey Cook 


9476 


Ftrrishurgh 


Heman Barniim 


13823 


Goshen 


Abiathar Knapp 


2081 


Hancock 


Nathan Claflin 


1770 


Kingston 


Benjamin Pinney 


1477 


Leicester 


Wiiham Gile 


4374 


Lincoln 


Hezekiah Hatch 


2798 


Jiliddlebury 


Samuel Swift 


22583 


Monkton 


Daniel Collins 


8857 


JVeio- Haven 


Elias Bottum 


14472 


Panton 


William H. Smith 


4948 


Ripton 




837 


Salisbury 


Jonathan Gibson 


6040 


Shoreham 


Silas H. Jenison 


18701 


Starskboro' 


Asel Wentworth 


5015 


Vergenncs 


Philip C. Tucker 


7976 


Waltham 


George Field 


3115 


Weybridge 


Joseph Hay ward 


6629 


IFkiting 


Moultun Needham 


6221 



OPvANGE COUNTY. 

Bradford Joseph Clark, jr. 
Braintree Jonathan Bass 
Bronkfield John Wheatly 



gl74,660 

11323 

7004 

11277 





77 


' 




W^ Chelsea 


D. Azro A. Buck 


12581 




i Corinth 


Stephen Eaton 


14150 




Fairies 


Pliinehas Bailey 


3327 




JVeivhitry 


Peter Burbank 


15254 




Grange 


Nathan Foster 


4094 




Randolph 


Belcher Salisbury 


22353 




Straford 


Eleazer Baldwin 


14691 




Thcfford 


Simeon Short 


13979 




Topsham 


James Petrie 


6640 




Tunbridge 


Nathaniel King 


14149 




Ver shire 


Simeon Bacon 


8067 




Washington 


Asa Burton 


6728 




West'Fairlee Jabez Lanrhew 


4023 




Williamstov:) 


1 Abijah White 


11179 




|1 80,807 




CHITTENDEN COUNTY. 






Bolton 


John Pinnf'o 


1689 




Burlington 


Benjamin F. Bailey 


28503 




Charlotte 


William Peass 


15681 




Colchester 


Noah Wolcott 


6668 




Exsex 


Marshal Castle 


9249 




Hinesburgh 


Nahuni Peck 


11234 




Huntington 


John Judson 


4540 




J erica 


Wiiliajn A. Prentiss 


9807 




.Mansfield 


Ivory Luce 


976 




Milton 


Lemuel B. Piatt 


14252 




Richmond 


Nathan Fay, jr. 


6431 




Shelbnrne 


Hyman Holabird 


11016 




St. George 


Hnrftoe Ferris 


1149 




Underhill 


William Barney- 


5577 




JVestford 


David Hazelton 


6599 




Williston 


Truman Chittenden 


12472 




^143,887 




WASHINGTON COUNTY 






Barre 


Denison Smith 


15261 




Berlin 


James H. Langdon 


9812 




Calais 


Pardon Janes 


6813 




Duxbury 


Ird Arms 


3086 




Elmore 


Abner Doty 


1543 1 







t 









78 


^ 


F'ayston 


Merril Tyler 


1482 1 


Jlars/ifield 


William Martin 


6701 


JMiddlesex 


Josiah Holdeu 


5206 


Jlonlpelier 


Naum Kelton 


15933 


J^Ioretown 


.Tohn Foster 


4072 


J^orthfield 


Charles Paine 


6429 


\ Plainjleld 


Israel Goodwin 


4236 


Roxbury 


Nathan Morse 


2640 


Stow 


Daniel Moody 


8358 


Waihjield 


Jason Carpenter 


6461 


Waterbury 


Dan Carpenter 


8745 


Warren 


Moses Sargeant, jr. 


3292 


Worcester 


Milton Brown 


1364 






$108,442 


CALEDONIA COUNTY. 


Barnet 


Walter Harvey 


9455 


Burke 


Joel Trull 


3957 


Cabot 


Anthony Perry 


6246 


Danvillt 


William A. Palmer 


16831 


Groton 


David Vance 


2803 


Hardwick 


Timothy P. Fuller 


6236 


Kirby 


Orin Carpenter 


1698 


Lyndon 


Job Randall 


8513 


JS'^ewai k 


Philemon Hartwell 


1113 


Peacham 


Jacob Blanchard 


10642 


Ryegate 


James Neilson, jr. 


7157 


Sheffield 


James Town send 


2825 


St. Johnshury Ariel Aldrich 


9477 


Sutton 


Thomas True 


4856 


Walden 


Nathaniel Farrington, jr, 


4079 


Waterford 


Sylvanus Hemingway 


8529 


IVheelock 


Abner Morrill 


3066 


Woodbury 


Joel Cilley 


1944 


gl09,433 


FRANKLIN COUNTY. 




Bnkersjield 


Azariah Corse, jr. 


5440 


Belvidcre 




768 


Berkshire 


William C. Ellsworth 


5700 


Cambridge 


Nathan Smilie 


8874 



k - ,1 


£,ncsrjur^!i 


Horace Eutun 


t)0-2ti 


Fairfax 


James Bellows 


8075 


Fairfield 


Benjamin Wooster 


8353 


Fletcher 


Ira Armstrong 


3509 


Franklin 


William Felton 


4308 


Georg ia 


Elijah Dee 


12868 


Highgate 


John Barr 


8594 


Johnson 


Daniel Dodge 


4728 


^Montgomery 


Samuel Lusk 


1840 


Richford 


Jonathan Carpepter 


2143 1 


Sheldon 


AU'red Keith 


7862 


Sterling 




955 i 


St. Albans 


John Smith 


14934 


Swanto}i 


Stephen S. Bro\yn 


10770 ' 


Waterville 


Amos Wiiley 


1727 1 




2^117,484 i 


ORLEANS COUNTY, 




Albany 


Dyar Bill 


2393 


Barton 


John Kimball 


3386 i 


Brownington 


George C. West 


2644 


Craftsbupy 


Augustus Young 


5170 1 


Coventry 


Philip Flanders 


2937 j 


Charleston 


Elisha Bingham 


1340 


Derby 


Charles Kingsbury 


7550 i 


Eden 


Eh Hinds, jr. 


1626 ! 


Glover 


Charles Hardy 


1941 i 


Greensboro' 


Marvin Grow 


3634 ; 


Holland 


Isaiah Emerson 


1166 i 


Hydepark 


Breed Noyes 


2405 


Irasburgh 


Elisha H. Starkweather 


3676 


Jay 


Madison Keith 


419 


Kellyvale 


Thomas Proctor 


582 1 


J)l organ 




937 


Morristown 


Luther Bingham 


6754 


J\''ewport 


Samuel Warner 


703 


Salem 


Josiah Lyon 


728 


Troy 


Frederick Fuller 


2206 


Westjield 


Silas Lamb 


1248 



I Wolcott 



Brunswick 

Can a an 

Concord 

Granhy 

Guildhall 

Lev^j'ngton 

I,u:ienburgh 

Jifaifhlone 

Minehead 



80 

Jonathan Smith 



ESSEX COUNTY. 
Mains ShofF 
James Steele 
Archibald Taggard 

David Hopkinson, jr. 
Noyes Denison 
Jonah Brooks, jr. 
Moody Rich 
Aden Bartlett 



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GRAND ISLE COUNTY. 
Alhurgh WilHani L. Sovvles 

Grand Isle Samuel xA.danis 
JS^orih Hero Benjamm Butler, 2d 
SouLh-Hero 
Vineyard Harry Hill 



g55,049 

563 
1S18 
4975 

4G3 
3035 

842 
5319 
16G5 

540 

gl3,221 

82G2 
5704 
31G3 
6210 
2084 

g25,42G 



Rev. Charlci? Walker, Rutland, Chaplain. 

Rawsel R. Keith, Montpelier, Sheriff. 

Solon J. Y. Vai!, do. J\Iessens;er. 

William Billings, do. Door-Keeper. 

Caivin J. Keith, do. Librarian. 

Alvan Carter, ) >-.a- m rr 

A 1 nT • M > Officer e of Ihc House. 

Araunah Marsna 1, ( -^ -^ 



Note. The present General Assembly is compos- 
ed of attornies, merchants, manufacturers, mechanics,' 
jclergymen, physicians and farmers, in the following 
iproportions, viz : 

! In the Council, 5 attornies, 3 merchants, 1 manu- 
'facturer, and 3 fiirmers. 

In the House of Representatives, 17 merchants, 7 
manufacturers, 5 mechanics, 1 mail contractor, 10 at- 
tornies. 5 clergymen, 6 physicians, and 164 farmers. 



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"TOWX OFFICERS, CLJRGY, ATTOKNIES, 
PHYSICIANS AND FOSTOIASTERS, 

IxV EACH TOWN IX THE STATE. 
BENNINGTON COUNTY. 

Arlinrrtnn. — Tuwn cleik, i\nson Canfif'ld. First 
jconstahie, Lemuel Hawlcy. Selectmen. Galen Can- 
Hslf], Cyrus B. Hills, Curtis Hawley. Clergy, James 
M. Tappan, epis. Attorney, Phinehas Smitf). Pliy- 
-icianj, Simeon Littlcfield, Anson M'Kce, Lewis Dyer. 
.Marshal Littlefield. 

Benninglon. Town clerk, AVlliam Haswell. First 
jconstable, Hiram Blackmer. Selectmen, Green Black- 
;ncr, Samuel Loomise, Enos Rudd, Aaron Sherwood, 
Jedediah Dewey. Clergy, Daniel A. Clark, cong. 
jHenry F. Baldwin, bnp. Attornies, Truman Squires, 
jDamel Cliurch, David Robinson, jr. Hiland Hall, Sam.- 
nel H. Blackmer, Henry Kellogg, Pierpoint Isham, 
Uel M. Pv,obinson, (). C. Merrill, James Hubbell, John 
S. Robmson. Physicians, Noadiah Swift, Heman 
Swift, Thomas Wilkinson, George O. Gilbert, jr. 

— Bigelow, M'Chire. Postmasters, William 

Haswell, Bennington, Daniel Loomise, North do. 

Dorset. — Town clerk, Azel Morse. First consta- 
ble, Uriah S. Kent. Selectmen, Sylvanus Sikes, John 
{Chapman, Paddock Gray. Clergy, William Jackson,! 
jcong. John VV'hitehorne, melh. Physicians, Alphcusj 
iMorse, Walter Shumway. * Postmasters, Johnson 
JMarsh, East Dorset, Paddock Grey, West Dorset. j 

Landgrave. — Town clerk, Reuben Holt, jr. First 
constable, Joseph Holt. Selectmen, Asa Utley, Amo- 
ri Benson, David F. Wiley. Physician, Amori Ben- 
Ison. Postmaster, Joshua Marsh. 

JIanche.Her.— Town clerk, Walter J. Shipherd. 
.First constable, G. H. Smith. Selectmen, James 
jWheaton, John S. Pettibone, Josiah Burton. Cler- 
gy, Anderson, cong. Attnrnies, Milo L. Ben- 

;nett, Leonard Sargent, John Aiken, Chipman. 

.Physicians, Ezra Isham, Thomas Dunton, Ralph 
iThatcher, Gi-'orge Tattle. Postmasters, Walter J 
jShipherd, Benjamin Roberts. 



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Pownai. Town c\qx\^ Sylvaniis Danforth. Pm^ 
con.stabjp, Ja?on Eiir^hneji. JSelectvnen, Sain'l VVrii;hi 

Nathan Varin, Rlijah Barber. Clergy. Johnson. 

bap. Altornev, Daniel E. Spencer. Physicians, A. 
E. Wilder, B. F. Morgan, Abiather Gardner. Pcsl- 
rnaster, John M. Potter. 

Readshorougk. — Town clerk, Jonathan liouffhton. 
First Constable, Elijah Bailey. Selectmen, Henry 
jHolbrook, Rickard Carpenter, Sylvester Bishop. Cler- 
!gy, James Cai penter, bap. Jonas Stearns, meth. Phy- 
isician, Henry VV. Bell. Postmaster, James [latch. 

Rupert. — Town clerk, Henry Sheldon. First con 
stable, Seth Sheldon. Selectmen, Joseph Hasting-s 
{Thomas Sheldon. Clergy, David Wilson, cong-. At- 
jtornies, Isaac Shernian, !■ seph J. Sylvester. Physi- 
cian, Henry Sholdon. Postmaster, Ira F. Sheldon. 

ShafUbitrij—Town clerk, Hiram Barton. First 
constable, Daniel G. Huntington. Selectmen, Am 
jMattisoG, Nathan H. Bottum, Amos Galusha, jr. 

Clergy, Isaiah Mattison, Hodges, Daniel TiJk 

ham, Cobb, biiptists ; Enocii King, meth. Attor 

ney, Natlian Hontington. Physicians, Daniel Hun- 
tington, Jonas Huntington. Postmaster, Henry Hun 
tingfon 

Stamford. — ^^Town clerk, Otis Philips. First con 
stable, Reuben Smith. Selectmen, Otis Philips, Sam 
uel Wallace, Joseph Mixer. Clergy, George Samp 

isori, baptist. 
Sandcrlanrl.—HoW'U clerk, James A. Graves. First 
constable, George W. B.'tcon. Selectmen, Willian 
'■ Landon, Joel Kenny, JMichat-l Judson. Clergy, Need 
Jiam Knishf';, rof. meth. Phy-icians, Daniel Hicks 
Truman Hicks. Postmaster, Gilbert Bradley, 2d. 

Winhalt. — Town clerk, Reuben Brooks. First con- 
stable, Jolin Brooks. Selectmen, Benjamin Thatcher 
Nathaniel Mellen, jr. Wyman Sprague, jr. Clergy 
Goddard, coDg. Physician, Job Leonard- Post- 
master. Stevens 

Woodford. — Town clerk, Wiiliam Pork. First con 
I stable, Ruel Cutler. Selectmen, William Park, jr. 



ha Lyon, Joel Hosraer. Clergy, Joseph C. Hoi- 1 
lister, ref. melhodist. j 

WINDHAM COUNTY. 

Adon. — Town cl^rk, Ebenezer Huntington. First' 
constable, Jonas Holden. Selectmen, Isaac Fisiier,j 
jr. Ebenezer Huntincrton. Natlian Fisher. j 

Athens. — Town clerk, J. Bayley. First constable, L. j 
Alexander. Selectmen, Abraham Ball, Tliaddons Al \ 

exander, Timothy H. Whitney. Clergy. Hazel- 1 

tine, Fuller, meth. Physician, John Statford 

Postmaster, James Bayley. 

BratUeboro\ Town clerk, Stephen Greenleaf. 
First constable, Willard Cobleigh. Selectmen, John] 
Plummer, Jesse French, Joseph Goodhue. Clergy, | 
Jonathan M'Gee, J. L. Stark, cong. Attornies, Sam-j 
uel Elliot, Jonathan Hunt, Frederick W. Hall, VVm. R. 
Hayes, Asa Green. Physicians, Jolm L. Dickinson, 1 
Philip Hall, Gilbert. Postmaster, Asa Greene.! 

Brookline. — Town clerk, Jacob Bnrditt. First, j 
constable, Harry Carey. ' Selectmen, Alvin BoydenJ 
Thomas Crane, Anthony Mason. Clergy, Daniel Cut- [ 
ler, Isaac Wellman, close communion baptists. Pi>y- 
sician, William Perry. 

Dover. — Town clerk, Laban Jones. First consta- 
ble, Cyrus P. Dryden. Selectmen, Laban Jones, 
Daniel Leonard, William H. Hodges. Clergy, Isaac 
Cumniings, cong. James Mann, bap. William H. Hod- 
ges, meth. Daniel Leonard, free bap. Attorney, Jed- 
ediah Estabrooks. Postmaster, Jotham Howe. 

Dummerston. — Town clerk, Joseph Duncan. First 
constable, L. Thayer. Selectmen, J. Clark, E. Leon- 
ard, John F. Stearns. Clergy, Hosea Beckley, cong. 
Jonathan Huntley, bap. Attorney, Marshall Miller. 
jPhysicians, Isaac N. Knapp, Sewal Walker, Chinsey 
'Puffcr. Postmaster, Lewis Henry. 
I Grr^o;i.— Town clerk, A. Spring. First constable, 
';S. Walker. Selectmen, Nathan Wheeler, Erastus 
IBurgess, Samuel Spring. Ci^rgy, Selah R- Arines, 
jcong. John Sweet, bap. Phy^qcians, Benjamin Bridg- 
Iman, Darwin Littlefield. Postmaster, Nathan Whee- 
ijp_r^ 

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Guilford. — Town cierk, VA'ard BuJlock. First co 
stable, Russel Hyde. Selectmen, Isaac Brown, jr 
Isaac Noyes, Amasa Bixby. Clergy, Samuel B 
Shaw, ep. Benjamin Bucklin, bap. Asa"Haynes, meth 
Attorney, John Phelps. Physicians, Benjamin W 
Stevens, Dana Hyde, Khe\ Whitney. Postmasters,' 
Elihu Field, east parish, Edward Houghton, jr. Gsntrej 
village. 

Halifax.— Town Clerk, DariusBullock. First con- 
stable. Chipman Swain. Selectmen, Darius Bullock, 
James L. Stark, Robert Collins. Clergy, Thu,nas 
H. Wood, cong. Samuel Fish, jr. bap. Attornics. 
Jedediah Stark,' James L. Stark. Physician, Charles 
Houghton. Postmaster, Thomas H. Wood. 

Jamaica. — Town clerk, Ezra Livermore. F'irstl 
constable, Samuel T. R. Cheeney. Selectmen, Na- 
thaniel Robbins, Timothy Goodaie, James Brown, jr. 

Clergy, ■ Woodbury, baptist. Physician, Moses 

Chamberlin. Postmaster, Benjamin Felton. 

Londonderry. — Town clerk, Lyman Harrinoton , 
First constable, Ruel White. Selectmen, Luther| 
{Stowell, Daniel Warner, Ehsha White. Clergy, Phi-' 
jletus Clark, cong. Simeon Pierce, bap. Physician, 
I Jairus C. Collins. Postmaster, David C. Si owe 1. 
j Marlborough. — Town clerk, Ephraim II. Newton. 
First constable, Jonathan Smith. Selectn.en, Hnb- 
ibard H. Winchester, William Newton, Luther Win- 
chester. Clergy, Ephraim PL Newton, cong. Piiine- 
has Howe, bap. Physician, Ebenezer Tucker. Post-^ 
master, Jonatlian Smith. j 

jy'ewfane. — Town clerk, Nathan Stone. First con- 
stable, Warren Wood. Selectmen, Chester Pome- 
roy, Joshua Morse, Aa'ron C. Robinson, Clergy, 
Chandler Bates, cong. Attorney, Martin Field. Phy- 
sicians, Chester Olds, John Wilson, John Austin. 
Postmasters, Rosvvell M. Field, Fayetteville, Jason 
Duncan, Williamsviile. 

Putney. — Town clerk, James Low. First consta- 
ble, William Houghton. Selectmen, David Crawford. 
Sanipcl WKoat, James Potwi.io. Attornies, Phine-jji 
i has Vvniite, A :^ n Keyps, 2J. Physician g, AJcxandHrji 



05 

mpbell, John C:mipbeJl, JNaihanieJ Clianibeviain. 
Postmaster, Janips Keyes. 

Rockingham. — Town clerk, Alexanders. Campbell. 
First constable, Edward Darb)'. Selectmen, Richarc! 
Cobb, jr. Cyrus Locke, Hornce Baxter. Clergy. 
Carlton Chase, epis. Joseph Eiliot, bnp. Attornies. 
Daniel Kellogfr, Alexander S. Campbell, Horace Bax- 
ter, Jonathan D. Bradley. Piiysicians, Jarvis B. 
Chase, John H. Wells, Artemas Bobbins, Willioni 
Atcherson. Postmasters, Jabez Hills, Bellows' Fulls, 
Royal Earl, Saxton's river. 

Somerset. — Town clerk, Hazelton Rice. First con- 
stable, Luther Alden. Selectmen, Elliot Morse, Jo- 
seph Pike, Perez Rice. 

I Slratlon. — Town clerk, Asa Phillips. First consta- 
^ble, Isaac N. Pike. Selectmen, Richard ^scott, Abel, 
I Grant, jr. Jcdediah Morse. 

i Townshend. — Town clerk, Epaphroditus Ransom 
»First constable. Oilman Chamberlain. Selectmen, 
iCharles Phelps, William R. Shafter, Samuel Gray, 
i Clergy, Janies Kimball, con^. Attornies, Cnarb'S 
^Phelpi:, Epaphro. Ransom, Joel Chamberlain, W. R. 

iRanney. Physicians, Horace S arkweather, 

^Holiday. Postmasters, John P. Mar&h, East Tjwns- 
'Ihend, John Ft^ssend^n, West Townshend. 
I Vernon. — Town clerk, Cyrus Washburn. First 
s constable, George R. Stebbins. Selectmen, Marshal 
[Whithcd, Eii Lee, John Stebbins. Clernry, Timotliv 
[F. Rogers, nnitanun. Pnysician, Cyrus Washburn. 
I Post master. Mjirshol W!iithe<]. 

I Wardsbornugh. — Town clerk, Asa Wheelock. First 
J constable, Henry Grovier. Selectmen, Natliauiel 
j Ward, Drury Fairbank, Daniel Reed, jr. Clergy, 
1 James Tufls, cong. Joseph Gimpball, bap. Phvoi- 
|cians, Paul \Vheel3r, John P. Warren. Postmaster, 
I James Tutts. 

i| Whilingknm. — Town clerk, Elliot Brown. First 
jconstable, William Hull, jr. Selectmon, Asa God- 
J .'rey, Simeon Morse, William Bond, jr. Clergy, Am- I 
•'herst Lamb, bap. Ebcnezer Davis, moth. Attornies 
I Henry Closson, Horace Roberts. Physicians, Na 



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thaiiiel Snu'cti, Ellioi Brown, Horace Smith. Pes 
masters, Horace Robofls. SaxLon Plumb, Point Plecs 
ant. 

Wihnms;lon. — Town clerk, Jairtis Hall First con 
stable, Ehil Crosby. Su'lectmen, Eiaai Freiich, Ashu! 
Haynes, Israel Lawton, jr. Clerg-y, Joel Wriglit 
cnng-. Mansfield Bruce, bap. Attorney, Charles K 
Field. Physicians, Jt)hn Pulsipher, G- orga Ji. Ar- 
mino-ton. Postmaster, Ephraim Tyler. 
I Windham.. — T>)wn clerk, William Harrit. First 
i constable, Levi Kimball. Selectmen, Daniel Cobb 
Timotliy Sharon, David Woodburn. Clergy, Selal 
,R. Arms, pres. Samuel Kinosburv, bnp. Physician 
Silas Clark. Postmaster, Wood. 

j • RUTLAND COUNTY. 

! Benson. Town clerk, John Kellon-o-. First consta- 
iblp, Edward H. Barber. SelectmenVJohi D ckiason 
,Ezra Strono-, Isaac Norton. Clergy, Daniel D. Fran- 
cis, conn-. Dan Kent, do. John S. Carter, fr bap. At-, 
itornies, John Kellogg, Ira Harmon, Marshall R.| 
Meaciiatn, Richard W. Smith. Physicians, Seth Ran- 
'som, Abijah H. Howard, R. P. Cooley. Postmaster, 
'C. R. VVniker. 

Brandon. Town clerk, Barzillia Davenport. First 
constabh^ Warner C Carr. Selectmen, John Conant 

David Richardson, Edward Jackson. Clerg-y, Will 
iam Hutchinson, bap. Attornies, Barzillia Davenport 
Aaron W. Brouirhton, Ezra June. Physiciars, Josial 
; W. Hale, Isaac F. Merriarn, Gerry Ross. Postmas 
iter, John Conant. 

I Castleton. Town clerk, Josiah G. Harris. Firs 
icons: able, Theodore King. Selectmen, Reuben Moul-| 
■ton, Ezekiel Bael, John Mason. Attorneis, Chaun-ii 
!cey Langdoii, Noah Hoit, Zimri Howe, Selah II.' 
j Merrill, Benjamin F. Lano-don. Clergy, Joseph Steele, | 
jcong'. Postmaster, Samuel i^vlonlion. | 

i CJiitlenden. Town clerk, Moses Randell. Firsti 
I constable, Thos. A. Manley. SelecUnen, Joim Wood-, 

bury, Thos. Paig-e, Roger Ladd. i 

Clarendon. Town cierk, Silas W. Hodg-es, Firsi; 

constable, O. PI. Round. Splectmen, Horatio B-o]] ! 



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Chapman Giddinga, Geor^^e Round, jr. Green x'Vrnold 
' William Grossman, jr. Clprgy, Nathaniel Hurd, cong ; 
'John Peck, bap. Plivsicians. ^ilas Bowen, Jonathan' 
!Sha\v. Postmaster, Caleb Hnll. | 

I Dnnhy. Town clerk, John Vail. First constable.! 
Harvev Paris. Selocrmen, Ira Edmunds, Elijah BuU. 
Caleb 'Paris, 2d. Physit•i^n^^ Abraham liock, I. B 
1 Richardson, Harris Otis. Postmaster. Aden H. Green. 
j Fai?-haven. Town clerk, Tilly Gilbert. Fir.st con- 
•stable, Sulivan R. Kelpey. S<dpctmen, Kirom Stan 
lard, Harry Howard, Oliver Kidder. Clercry, Amos; 
; Dniry, corg. Attorney, William C. Kitired<re. Phy-, 
sician, Edward Leiver. Postmaster, Jol.n Jones. I 
I Huhhardtnn. Town clerk, Jtimes F.agg. First' 
constable, Seth St. John, jr. Selectmi n, Horatio; 
Barber, x^braham Ressique, C. Jennings. Ira Jennings.] 
Clergy, Horatio Flagg, cong. Levi Walker, bap. 
! Physician, Hiram Seelye. Postmaster, Ebenezer B.; 
Dewey. j 

Ira. Town clerk, John Mason. First constable,; 
S. Fish. Selectmen, Joshua Harrington, George 
Wilkinson, Thomas C. Newton. Clergy, Artemas^ 
Arnold, bap. Postmaster, Daniel Graves, jr. j 

JSlendon. Town clerk, Nathan Fisher, First consta- 
ble, Jolin Griggs. Selectmen, Nathan Fisher, Rufus, 
Richardson, Amas Robinson. j 

Jliddletown. Town clerk, Eliakim Paul. First! 
constable, John Herrington. Selectmen, Jonathan 
Morgan, Allen Vail, David Mehnrin. Ch rgy, Henry: 
Bigelow, cong. Attornies, Jonas Clark, Orson Clark. 
Physicians, Eliakim Paul, Alva Paul. Postmaster, 
Henry Bigelow. j 

Jlount Holley. Town clerk, Daniel Packer. First; 
constable, Rufus Crowley. Selectmen. Marvd John- 
son, David Bent, jr. Jacob Pingrey. Clergy, Daniel 
Packer, bap. Prial Andrus, meth. Physicians, Oliver 
Gansoy, Severtus Grinell, John Crowley. Postmas- 
ter, Hiram Dickerman. 

Jlount Tabor. No return. 

Orwell. Town clerk, Ira Smith, £d. First consta- 
ble, Jeremiah Bovnton. Selectmen. Thomas D. Ham- 



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jaiund, iSainuei Young, Ruluif White, 2d. Clergy 
i Sherman Kellogg, cong. Physician.s, Earl Cushman 
! Nathan Gale, Joel Barber. Postmaster, Ira Smith, 2d 
! FawlcL Town clerk, Elisha Allen. First consta-j 
Ible, Robert II. Smith. Selectmen, Joel Simonds, 
I Simeon Edgerton, Milton Brovvn. Clergy, John Gris-j 
! wold and Fayette Shipherd, cong. loaac Beal, bap. 

{ Kelley, meth. Attorney, Nathaniel Harmon 

; Physicians, Oliver L. Harmon, James IL Willard, 
;' John Sargent, jr. Samuel Putter. Postmaster, George, 
H. Purple. 

FUtsjield. Town ckrls, William R. Blossom. First 
constable, Amos Holt. Selectmen, ErastusHtdt, Ste- 
phen Holt, jr. Joel Durkee. Justin Parsons, cong. 
Physician, Levi Rix. Postmaster, Djniel Bawo. 

PiUsforJ. Town clerk, Samuel H. Kellogg. First 
i constable, Jeifrey Barnes. Selectmen, Jeffrey Barnes, 
I F. Booge, John Pierpoint. Clergy, Willard Child, ^ 

jcong. Dana, bap. Attornies, Gorden Newell,: 

John Pierpoint, John Newell. Physicians, Kingsbu- 

1 ry Winslow, Peleg Barlov.', Dana. Postmas- 

I ter. Elijah Brown, jr. 

I Poulincy. Town clerk, Henry G. Ncal. First 
constable, Harvey C. Pond. Selectnien, James Ricli- 
iardson, Solomon Fairwell, Calvm Mallory. Clergy. 

Oakley, meth. Smith, bap. Sylvester 

' Cochran, cong. Attornies, Rollin C. Mailary, Almou 
Warner, ]\Ioses G. Noyes, James S. Harris. Physi-i 
cians, Adin Kendrick, Ebenezer Porter. Posmasters,| 
Harris Ilosford, East Poultnoy, Henry Stanley, West 
Poultnty. ' j 

Hatland. Town clerk, Ambrose L. Brown. First; 
constable, Abner Mead. Selectmen, Geo. T. Hodges. i 
Moses Watkins, Samuel Griggs. Attornies, Mose.^! 
Strong, C. K. Williaujs, R. Temple, R. C. Royce, R.! 
H. Waller, R. R. Thrall, Silas H. Hodges, VVillianr 
Page, E. L. Ormsbeo, A. L. Brown, II. Powers. Phy-| 
sicians, James Porter, Joel Green, John Cleveland,! 
tlorace Green. Clergy, Charles Walker, cong. Had- 
ley Proctor, bap. Postmaster, R. H. Waller. |; 

Shirrburnc, Town clerk, Aibro Anthony. Firstjj 



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constable, Jeromiah Avory. S ^lectmen, Richard Es- 
I tabr-.ctks, jr. Spencer Ij=?naett, Daniel Conver;je. Cler- 
■ g'V, Noah Joliiison. Poshiiaster. S. ^V^.1o(l. 
i S.'irei!:,burij. Town ci^'rk, Harry Hohlen. First 
otistabie, J;ipheth L. Wartier. S Jiectrn-'^ii, Joh.-i 
B ic'snnsier, Levi Finney, SaiTi.iol Tiiayer, Asa Ilay- 
vv irJ, Joseph Nee-iham. Piiy-sieians. Lowell \V. 
Garn.-=ey. Abijih B Ca.s^. Posta?aster. Slephen Glea- 
sun, S!irewsbiiry, L 'vi Finm^y, Viliaue. 
! Sivl'ntry. Town r-ltjrlf, Joseph Warner. Firsi 
constahle, Warren Grav- S^lecfin >n, Bernard K'>ich- 
, nni, Warren Wvrncr, Moses Hill, jr. Cif^rtrv, ?»Ja- 
s on IviappMi. con^. Pnysicians, Cijarl'^s W. Horton. 
Soioni >n P. DitM*. PosUiiastHi-, Hiram Warner. 

Tinmintli. Town clerk, G 'orge C^pntn. First 
cons'a'ile, Eiiala Crainpton. Selectin'Mi, Ciiad Phil 
lip^, George Capron, Harvey Shavv. Cier;i-y, S'ephei; 
M iriinaal'', c »:)jr. Altt^rnies, N ithaniei Chipman, 

Oiadiah Nob!,)."' Phy^iciins, Tueophiins Clark, 

Ash'^r. Poatrnastor, Wiliiani Vauirnn. 

Wdll'mzford. Town cU^rk, Eliakiin H. Johnson. 
First constable, H isea Eddy. Selectmen, Josepjj 
Rmdall, J^rvis x'vndriis, Oliver Allen. Cleriry, Tun- 
o?hv H )p'<in-f, co'iir. Josepii Packer, bap-. Cnandler 
Walk-^T, Dinid Vaun^bn, nnelh. Piiysicians, John 
Fox, Divid Hollen, Joseph Randall. Postmaster, 
L-nt Ives. 

WAh. Tow'i clerk, Ans:! Giodspeed. First con- 
stab!^. Allen Grover. S leclnien, Joseph Park, Eli- 
ji'i Button, Simaol Culver jr. Cier^y, Shiibael 
LuTjb, J Qii'ilal, m'th. Puysician, Joseph Alunson. 
P,.^t!n)^-tpr. William S -niple. ' 

JVcslha"en. 'j\t'.vn cleris, Ar^etnas Wyman. Firs: 

c vastabl ', Divid D twds. S 'I -ctmen, S irna'l Adams, 

Oliver Hitchcock, Artemas WvrniU. Cier(>-y, R'jti- 

b Ml Sawypr, bap. P'iysic:aiJ, GdaefL Spooiier. Pugt- 

|:naster, ApoHos Smith. 

Wi.NDSOR COUNTY. 

Andnver. — Town clerk, Nathaniel P. Dodge. Firsii 
constable, Jolin B. Manning. Selectm>?n, Edward 
Simons, Joel Balch, Jerry Adanss. Clergy, Joel Man- 



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mug, bap. Pny.sicinii, Ciiuries W. Chandler, 
masters, William Warner, Andover, Edward L. Si 
mons, Simonsvillc. 

Brunard. — Town clerk, Georg-c R. W^inslow. Firs 
constable, Ainod Jaquiis. Selectmen, Joseph B. Dan 
forth, Calvin Green, Thomas Freeman. Clergy^ Ab 

ner Perkins and Andrew Stevens, meth. Ward 

nniver. Pliysicians, Isaac Danforth, Joseph Billings 

I Thomas Swift, Bnrbsnk. Postmasters, Edwarc 

Morris in centre, Daniel Aiken in llje east part. 

Bethel. — Tow-n clerk., Jonathan Marsh. First con- 
stable, David Owen. Selectmen, James Wallace 
; Tiiomas P. Ilussel, Daniel Child. Clergy, Joel Ciapp.i; 
pis. VViliard Kiinb.-ill, bap. Washington Granger.! 
leth. Attorney, Jiilnis Converse. Physlrian.s, Al 
I'fred Paige, Walter Carpenter. Postmasters, Alexan 
der Ralston, west Betliel, Leonard Fi.-k, east. 

Brid'^ewcifer. — Town cierk, Isaiah llayn}ond. Firs 
fonstable, Tunutliy Grow. SiMecln)en, Aaron Land? 
I Richard Southgale, Barnabas Thompson, jr. Clergy 
I Neliemiah Woodward, bap. Junius Spaldmg and Ben 
j Jarnin Shaw,nfieth. Prestc-n Taylor, cong. Physicinns 
James M. Munger, Gains P. Wood. Postmaster, Th 
Sonthgate, jr. C 

Cav^:idii,!i. — Towm clerk, Samuel Adams. FirsiJ 
constable, John Wliee'er. ScdfCirnr'n, Samuel Ad I 
ams, Josiali Cds-m, Din Grout. Clergy, Warrerl 

Skinner, nniver. Freeman, bap. Aiiormcs, As.iji 

Witeeler, Horace Fiolch r. Physicians, Isaiah Par-I 

i: kf^r, Alph*'us J^^ietcle'r, ILmsuionu. Postmasters, | 

j; Addison Fletc'ier, Cavendish, Juhn Proctor, Proctors-| 
I, villo- I 

Chester. — Town Clerk, Amos Heald. First consta 
ble, Nathan At wood. Selectmen, Amos Heald, Jes-' 
se Stedman, Tiiomas T. Barrett. Clergy, Aaron Le-' 
land, bap. Uriel C, Bnrnap, cong. Ridus Bruce, f. bap 
: Attornies, John P. Williams, Jabez Serjeant, Thomas 
Robertson. Piiysicians, Abraham Lowell, Petolarnn' 
Edson, Thomas T. Barret. Postmaster, Phinehas P 
Serjeant. 

Hartford. — Tow n clerk, FroPiirnre Leavilt. ^'irs' 



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P^DHstable, Oranr'l H. Nichols. Selecrmeii, \Vvll3\'^| 
;Lyimn, Shubsl Russ, AIlc?n Hazon. Attornios, Geo.; 
E. Wales, Wyllys Lyrnan, Andr.nv Triiey. Physi-j 
icians, David Ingraham, Thomas Carter, Ira TpnneyJ 
Dan Wrin-ht, George Bf^llows. Fostniasters, Phinfas^ 
Kimball, While River Village, Shiibcel Russ, Queechv 

I HirUnnd. — Town clerk, Sylvester Marcy. First I 
constable, William Minor. Seleclnien, Gardner Mar- 1 

!cy, Jabez Hunter, G.^orge Lallem.jre. Clergy, 1 

Dolino, cong. Robert Barllet, nniver. Attorney, Isaac [ 
X. Cnshman. Physicians, Joim Harding, Sylvester^ 
Marcy, Fiiend Sturdefant, Eldud Alexander. Post- 1 
nristers, David Siimner, Hartiand, Jabez Hunter,! 
;Xorti) Village. I 

I Ludhio. — Town clerk, Moses Haven. First con-| 
stabiP. Elijah Gove. Selectmen, Mosfs Hiven, Josh- ' 
ua Wanier, Isaac Ives. Cijrgy, F. E. Cannon andj 
Peter R'jed, m-rcj. Attornf^y, Reuben Washburn.' 
Piiysicians, Wm. B. Wetherbee, Josiiua V\''arner, — 
H>ill. Postina«;ter, Zacheus Bnips. | 

JTjrwlh. — Town clerk, Jacob Burton. First con- 1 
-table, David Freeman. Selectni-n, Alba Stimson, ; 
Abel Partridge, Ehas Lvman, jr. Clergy, Samuel! 
Goddard and Jam^'s W. Woudwurl con;.;. Attornies.i 

Aaron Loveland, John Wri;iht, Ha vev Burton, ! 

Dutton. Physicians, Lymaii Lewis, Horace Hatch. ', 
Postmaster, Cyrus Partridge. j 

Plymonlh. — Town clerk, Cephas Moore. First j 
'-^oiistable, S imuel Page. Selectmen, Jabez Wood,' 

Fleuben Taylor, Thomas Baldwin, jr. Clergy, j 

Avery, cong. Isaiah Boynton, jr. univer. Pliysicians, ' 
Arden Taylor, Alexander Jones. Postmaster, Moses j 
Pollard, jr. I 

Fomfrtl. — Town clerk, David Chandler. First' 
constable, Daniel Tinkham. Selectmen, Daniel Tink- 
ham, Roswel Ailen, Oliver Leonard, Wm. Gibson, jr 
Oren Paul. Clergy, Joseph Marsh, cor.g. Postinas 
•.er, Nathan Snow. 

Reading. — Town clerk, Abel Gilson, jr. First con 
stable, Solomon Keyes. Selectmen. Abel Gdr-'on, jr 



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Truinbul Ackley, Simeon Buck. CK^riiy, Saimiel C 

L ovelaii'l, univer. S.jwal Ftilluni, f. bap. Marsl 

ci)ng. Pliysic'uUiS, Eaieiy, ^uiilli. Fosl- 

master. Abel Gilftoii, jr. 

R)ihesler. — Towif clerk, John Trapk. First con 
stable, Davil Warren, jr. Selectmen, J>)hn Amy, LI 
B. Chaifee, Phinehas Cooper. Clergy, Salmon llurl-j 
but, cono-. A'uasaB ick, motu. Aftorney,S. A. Web j 
■ler. Piivsicians, D.itiiel Huntiuo'ton, lletia Traak i 
Reuben Hill. Postm ister, S. W. WiUard. \ 

Riyiltoa. — Town cleark, Ricliard Bloss. First cen 
stable. Jonathan Kmney. Selectmen, II irry Binoiiam 
Thomas Rust, Calvin Parkhnrst. Clerji-y, A- C 
vVashburn, cono-. Attornies, Jacob Co'lamer, Johi. 
Francis, A. C Noble. Pliysieians, Joseph A. Deni : 
son, Kichnrd BIoss, Josepli A Denison, jr. Poslmas- 
tor, Ora-nel Sawyer. 

Spr'nvsjhld. — 'i\jwn clerk, Nomlas Cobb. Fir^; 
constable, Samii'd Chipujan. S'd''ctui .ei, Wm. Tiiay- 
er, jr. Thomas Dana, Bazdeel W(jo.]. Clergy, Rob 
ir.son Smilie and Ehiud Goodman, cong. Ricliard M- 
Ely, bap. Dexter Bites, meth. Attorni(!s, Nom!a> 
Cobb, S:imuel W. Porter. Phvsicians, Moses Cobb. 



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Elenzer Crain, Leonard Clinse, 



Kendrick. 



i Sharon. — Town clerk, Samuel Sljutteivvortlt, y 
'First constable. Freeman Page. Selectmen, Wm 
j Steele, Wm. Gifford, Samuel 'S.hutt'.eworth. Clergy, 
: Samuel Bascomb, cong. James Parker, bap. Atior- 
iney, Samuel Simttleworth, jr. Pnysician, Alba South 
lard. Postmaster, Ciiester Baxter. 
j Slockbriclj^e. — Town clerk, Rufus Lyon. First con 
!-!table, Dat.iel Gay, jr. Selectmen, Joel Cooper, Job 
[Leonard. Paul W. Gay. Clergv, Gilman Vorce, con^ 
j Arauiia Allen, bap. Physieinn^ Tunothy P. Fay, P^>^^ 
laiaster, Justin Morgan, SiocUbridge, Alyrick Gay.;| 
jGaysvilie. 

! {VeaUiersfieId.~To\vn clerk, Joshua Upnam. First 
eonslable, John Brown. Selnclmen, Amos Ilewlet. 
Lfohn B'PJiet, Josepli R. Wdliams. Clergy, Jan 
[Converse, cong. Physiciai>s, Aaron Pierce. Thi nin 
!F. Saxton. Postmasters, Bailey Bartlett, jr. i'on F 



;ist. Atror:;ies, Jona. II.; 
juther Millb, Samuel Shut- !| 



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ce, Joseph Kidder, Perkiiisvilie, ileubeu Si^uare,' 
:Groonbusli. i 

! We.don. — Town clerk, A'-nos N. Barton. Firs' i 
/constable, Jacob Whitney. Selectmen, AuvosN. Bar- 
h-on, Peter Blduchard, S'las Hi!l. Gif'r;^'y, Stiliman' 
|}il.)r;^in, cooiX- Joseph Allen, ineih. Pysicians, Ilen- 
|fy Gry, Ira Barton. Postmaster, John \Viider. | 

j JFindsor — Town clerk, Carlos Coolidge. First ; 
jconstablo, Richard Wait. 8elec!men, Thomas, Le- 1 
larid, Jam -s Bayley, L^vi Blxby, Charles Leavens, O. ' 
Hale. Cler^v. John Wheeler conjj. Geo. Leonard 
•pis. L'land Howard, baptis 
Hubbard, Horace Everett, L 

'.leworth, A<^ Aikens, Carlos Cooiidge, Wm. G. Hun 
•er, EJwin Edg'erton, John S. Marcy, Thoma-Leland. i 

Physicians, Nahum Trask, James Hall, Sar^eant, 

Dyar Stacy, Cyrus Hoairhton. Poslmasiprs, Thomas 
Leverett, \Vind.-^or, Gad'Orvis, West Windsor. 

JFoodstock — Town clerk, Eliphalet Dunham. First 
nonstable, Lvsander Raymoi-d. Selectmen, John A. 
Pratt, Jason'Kendall, Nathan T. Churchill. Clergy, 
John Richards, cong-. Joel Clapp, epis. Jasper Hazen, 
:hr. William Bell, univer. Seth Stcrlinar, rneth. At- 
omies, Charles Ma-s!i, Job Lyman, David Pierce, 
Xorman Williams, L. A. Marsti, Edu'in Hutchinson, 
jaenj. Swan, jr. Piiysicians, Joseph A. Gallup, John 
D. Powers, Stenhen Drew, John Burrell, V'/iilard P. 
Gibson, B. O. Tyler, V-'iHard Bowman, A. Hardiriu, 

Phomas E. Powers. Post-masters, 

VVood5:ock, Pvichard Ransom, South Woodstock. 

ADDISON COUNTi'. 

Aldhon — Gideon Seorur, jr. First constable, Al- 
len Smith. Selectmen, Asa Willn^arth. jr. Jonas N. 
Benedict, Slephen Spencer. Cier:ry, Sylvanus C.ia- 
)in, conir. Physician-?. Prentice D. Cheney, Henry 
Hale. Postmasters, Gideon Sejur, jr. Addison, By- 
ron Murry, Chimney Point. ' ; 

Bridport. — Town clerk, Gardner Converse. First 
constable, Call Smith. Selectmen, Calvin Solaci,-, 
Hiram Smith George Gale. Clergy, Increase Graves, 
James M'Quin, conor. Jonathan ^.lei-iam, ban. A'tnr- 



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ncy, Calvin Solace. Physicians, Martin Gay, Luthei- 



1 Carey, Joel Rice. Postmaster, Paris Fletcher. 
|] Bristol — Town clerk, Winter H. Holley. First' 
ij constable, Oliver Chilsfjn. Selectmen, Solomon Drake, j 
Amos Eddy, .Toscph Needham. Clergy, David Hen-i 
dee, bap. Attornies, Horatio Needhani, Lyman Man.: 
son. Physician, Joseph Needham. Postmaster, H. 
C. Soper. _ I 

Cornxoall — Town clerk, Asahel Bingham. First. 
constable, Linus Everts. Selectmen, Horace Janss,j 
j William Hamilton, Jesse Ellsworth. Clergy, Jedediahj 
Boslmell. con. Physicians, Frederick Ford, Thomas T.i 
Matthews, Oliver J. Eells. Postmaster, Chauncey C. 
Stowel. 

Ferrishurgh-^ own clerk, Theopliilus Middlebrook. 
Girst constable, Moses Taft, jr. Selectmen, Stephen 
Field, Wm. Gage, Isaac Webster. Clergy, John Dodge,; 
bap. Physician, Jonathan Cram. 

Goshen — Town clerk, Nathan Capen. First con-| 
stable, David Grandy. Selectmen, Nathan Capen,! 
Renben x\l!en. Clergy, Abiathar Knapp, chr. 

Hancock. — Town clerk, Josiah P. Brooks. First 
constable, Charles L. Church. Selectmen, Nathan} 
Clafiin, Amos Fassett, Charles G. Robbins. Physi-| 
cian, Austin Bradford. Postmaster, John Hacket. I 

Kingston — Town clerk, Joseph Patrick. First! 
constable Joseph Lamb. Selectmen, Wm. EllswortiiJ 
Ransom Beckwith, Thomas King. Clergy, John Sad-| 
ard. 

Leicester — Town clerk, William Gile. First con- 
stable, Edward Morin. Selectman, John Bullock. 
Clergy, Joshua Poor, George W. Esty, meth. Phys- 
ician, William Gile. Postmaster, John G. Perry. 

Lincoln. — Town clerk, Isaac Houston. First con- 
stable, Valentine Varney. Selectmen, John Bnsh, 
Isaac Houston, Hezekiah Hatch. Physicians, Luther, 
M. Kent, Benjamin Tabor. 

J)J id d/ebwy— Town clerk, Soth Storrs. First con- 
stajle, Nathaniel Foster. Selectmen, Dorastus Woos- 
jter, Asahel Parsons, Hiram Mnngor. Clergy, Thom- 
i as A Merrill, cong. Jarvis E Nichols, motii. Attor-j 



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Horatio Seymour, Joel DoDlitih^Peter Starr, Sam- 
i7el S. Phelps, Robert B Bates, William Slade, Har- 
vey Bell, Dorastus Wooster, Charles Linsley, George 
Chipman, Calvin C. Waller, Ozias Seymour. Physi 
cians, William Bass, Edward Tudor, Jonathan A Al- 
len, Zaccheus Bass, Oliver B Norton, R,alph Govvdy. 
Postmaster, Calvin C Waller. 

Jlonklon. Town clerk, Stodard Hollis. First con- 
stable, Alson Collins. Selectmen, John Smith, Oli- 
ver Sherman, Russel Eastman. Clergy, Joel Fisk. 

cong. Hall, bap. Bentley, meth. Physicians, 

Dan Stone, George E. Stone, Horatio A. Smith. Ira 
Smith. Postmaster, Edmund Collins. 

JVeu'haven. Town clerk, Jonathan Hoyt, jr. Firs! 

constable, Lemuel B. Eldridge. Selectmen, Myroiii 

Greenntll, Ira Clark, Jesse Handy. Clergy, Josiahj 

Hopkins, cong. Attorney, Joseph C. Biadley. Phys-i 

icians, Adin Hall, Darwin Warner, Levi Warner.' 

j Jonathan Fuller, Elisha R. Wright, Cullen Bullard.i 

i Postmasters, Hubbard Cook, Newhaven, Joseph C! 

'Bradley, East JMills, Newhaven. i 

Pan'ton. Town clerk, Jesse Grandy. First consta- 

i ble, Cyrus Smith. Selectmen, Norman Munson, Lu- 

; tiier Grandy, Putnam Bishop. Clergy, Doolittle. 

bap. Physician, Smith. P^jstmaster, Calvin 

i Hyde. : 

j Salisbury. Town clprk, Harvey Doming. First' 
; constable, Washington Miller. Selectmen, Elnathan 
; Darling, Lathrop Bump, Albigence Doud. Clergy. 
; Lucius Tiiden, cong. Attorney, E. N. Briggs. Phys- 
I icians, V/. jMilier, Luke Hale. Postmaster, Harvey: 
I Doming. i 

j Shoreham. Town cleik, Levi O. Birchard. First; 
j constable, Marvin North. Selectmen, Kent W^right.i 
• S. H. Jenisun Isaac Chipman. Clergy, Daniel O. 
Morton, cong. Henry Green, bap. Kiitiredge Haven, 
univer. Attornies, U. H. Everest, Samuel H. Holley.' 
Phvsicians, Nicanov Neediiam, Erastus E. Blinn, Ca- 
leb Hill. Postmaster, David Hill. i 
Starkshornvgh. Town clerk, Richard Worth. First, 
constable, Wililam Worth, 2d. Selectmen, Myron! 



Biishiieil, Diiu!..'l Ft cK. Joiiii iiill, Jd. Clergy, S 
rnon A'ken, cong Pii3'sician?!, Alfred Clark, i\Ir. Med- 
kiff. Postmaster, Augustus W'^iiitr. | 

City of FfrgenrK^f^, Town clerk, William Burritt.| 
First, cotKstable, William Joslm. Common councihl 
vvlio perlnrm the duties of selectmen, Ville Lawrence J 
Samuel P. Strong, Daniel W. Buckley. Clergy, Al I 
exander Lovell, conn'. Luther Chamberlain, meth. At-i 
tornies, Enoch D- Woodbridge, NoahHawley, Nathai.j 
Hoskins, PJiiiip C Tucker. Physicians, Ebenezeij 
iluntiugton, Dan C Stone, Marshal W. Waller. Post-| 
master, Willi;: m R, Bixby. j 

r?^^7,'ia?.-i-"Town clerk, George Fisher. First con ' 
stable, John D Barton. Selectmen, George Fisher,] 
Solomon Hobbs, Christopher Denison. i 

Weybri(Io-e.—To\vu clerk, Elijah G Drake. First | 
constable, Lauren Drabe. Seleh-ctnion, .Tosf^pli Hay-i 



lin Vi 



'iiys 



an. Zt 



ward, Asaph Dra:ie 
nas Siiaw. 

Whif^mg-^ -Tcv^n rlpik, WhitGeld Walker, Firs'^ 

constable, Sawyer WalK'er. Ciercv, In2'ails, con 

Seiectrnpu, Linos, Needham. Samiiel T. Walker, Cal 

vin Hubbard. Attorney, Earns. Physicians, Cy 

rus Carpenter, Laac Ives, Fianklin Branch. Post 
master, Sintoji Taft. 

ORANGE r0L".A"Ty. 

Brridford. Town cl-^rk, Andrew B. Peter. Firs' 
eoustHblf\ Abraham B. Auarns. S^dectmen, Danie 
Martin, PJeses Cijamberlaiii, I-aac Corliss. Clergy 
Silas M'Keen, cong. Chester W. Levings, Josepi 
Clark, jr. rsielh. Attornies, J\Ioscs Cliasp, Je«se Mer 
riii, '2(i,' S«4l) Aus'in. Physicians, JoiiU Pool, Willian 
Martin, Ti'.oma- Colby. Postnsaster, Alfred Coiliss, 

Brrdnfree. Town clerk, Auimi Nicluds. Fiisi:) 
consinhle, Jonathan S. Filts. Selec'unen, Josiali To 
son, Dauiel Wait, jr. Jabez Smith. Clergy, Amnv 



Robinson, boptist, Jeremink 



Niciiols, Ci>i;g, 
Pratt, meth. Phys;ci;ins, Samuel W. Thayer, Samu- 
el Craig, Joseph Dubois. 

Brookjk'ld. " 1'own clerk, Seth G. Bigelow. First 
constable, Satnn^^l Freeman, jr. Seb-'ctmen, Nathni 



Wheatlay, ►Salmon E'Json, Homer Hatch. Cleroy, 
J 'iiii F. Srone, cono"- Physicians, Daniel Washburn, 
Walter Barnham. Wal'er Burnham, jr. Postmasters, 
Join, Smith, Brookii.'kl, Philip Davis, E. Brookficld. 

Ckelsca. Town clfik, Jolin W. Smith. First con- 
<!rib!e, H. E. G. M'Laufrhlin. Selecrmen, Harry i 
;Ial.s WiUkr Dearborn, Benjamin Ptolib. Clergy, 
Calvin Noble, concr. Lorenzo Fairbanks, H. Scott, 
metli. Attorr.ies, Thomas Jones, Jason Steele, JoIin 
W. Smith, D. Azro A. Buck. Physicians, Thomasj 
Winslow, Jr.lin Ai'Clure, Chester Thomas. Postmas- 
ter, John Stearns. 

; Corinfh. Town clerk, Samnel Hazletine. First 
constable, George Sleeper. Selectmen, Stephen Ea-'i 
'on. Htnry Oaborn, Ezekipl True. Clergy, Charles 

Y. Cliase, cong. Nathaniel Bowles, freewill bap. 1 

Biker, meth. Zachens Wells, christian. Attorney,' 
William Spencer. Physicians, Joshua Tenney, E-' 
;).iphrus Smith, John Robey, Alvah Carpenter. Post-i 
master, Theodore Cooke. j 

Fnlrlee. T.)wn clerk, Grant Smith. First consta- : 
.■)ie. Grant Smith. Selectmen. Grant Smith, Thomas 
Str..tton, Calvin Coburn. Clergy, Sylvester Dana,' 
conir. Attorney, MuultunMorey. Postmaster, Isaac, 
Farrington. j 

JS'cwbury. Town clerk, Isaac Eayiey. First con- j 
stable. Jacob Kent, jr. Selectmen, James Bayley, 2d. i 
Moody Grow, Juiiii At wood. Clergy, Chirk Prrry, ' 

c,nn<2. Chaniberiain, meth. Attornies, Peter 

Bnrbank, Joseph Berry, Abel Underwood, Itaac W. 
Tiibor. Piiysicians. E '.och Thatcher, Sanmel Cnrtis,! 
John Stephens, Wilham H. Carter, Samuel White 
postmasters, James Spear, Nev.-bury, John L. Woods,'; 
Wfdla' river. j! 

j Orange. Town clerk, Thaddens Clapp. Fir?i 
constable, Nathan Foster. Selectmen, Joseph Knight, 
J.icob P. Sargent, Lebbeus H. Chase. Physician, E. 
M. Bill. Posttnaster, Charles H. Stacv. 

Randolph. Town clerk, W. Nutting. First coratabie. ; 
J.Bates. Selectmen, Bradlbrd Storv, Chancy Hay- ' 
leri, L'^bbr.us Edgerton. Chri^y, Tilton Enstrmn.!' 



COii;r. Ziloa i-oi'ri, .'roewili l)a[)U=t, ^Jjiivvurci 13. R 
christian brt^thrpn. Attornie.-, VViiliiim Nuttin^r, Ed- 
inund Weston, William Hibbard, Piiv>-iciai,s, J..hi! 

Edson, John Smith, — Stevens, — B^ichii.-. 

Postmasters, Isaac Blodfr(^ft, centre, Benjaniia Juueis,: 
west, William Hibbard, enst. ,j 

Strnford. Town clerk, Stephen Morrill _ First | 
constable, Jonatiian Frary. Selectmen, Jed^diali H. : 
Harris, Reuben Morey, Rc)swell Frary. ClerofV, Aa- ! 
ron Buzzell, freewill bap. AttornieB, D-uiiel Cobb. 
Jedediah H. Harris. Pljysiciaus, John Sabih, Albi-i 
o-ence Pierce, Eleazer Baldwin. Postinasler, T. J ; 
Harris. 



Tdetford. Town cle 



jirrs^on Ghort. Fir'?^ con- 
stable," Heman ILisforu. Cidoctm:>n, Jonr.tiiaii E;ner- 
son, John G. H:immond, Samiiol Diinitd,-^. C'^r^y, 

Asa Burton, Chase, cong-. J..s:;ph Vy \\'!i;ie, 

moth. Atlornies, Simeon Shnrt, Presbiny We>t. ?hy 
sieians, David Palmer, Willi-im gwentt. J.nvs IImscI- 
tine. P.M.T. K^Muirick, G, O. Stron-, P.Mdl Viil -re. 

Tunhridge. Town cleriv, Ciuries B. Cliai^s, r. 
First constable, Amos Nnyp?. yeh'cimei:, A .iron 
Whih-ipv, H<dlis Uutchins, GriiTm Cl'wl:. CI "^'V, 
D ivid II. Wiliisron. con^r. Kaihaiiiel Kingr, G.'oi^--- 
Hackolt, Thomas M'^xley, Naiiian Moxloy, tVi-ewill 

baps. Phvsician'^, Cnarles B. Chandler, S 'avey, 

Thomas Moxley. Pos'nnsrer, Lomb. 

Top^ham. Town cU^-k, L^vi Tabor. Eirst consta- 
ble, Jtdm V. Dnstin. Sidec!m:--n, JiV.iatlmn J^'niu's^;, 
Samnel Batcheld.M-, Moses A. Dns'in. C;eryv. Ehe- 
nezer Sanborn, b;.p. VVilliam i^s'ibern, free wid b;ip. 
John Hillyard, christian. Physieiaiis. ri,icliard IL 
Himtlev, Israel Ilinklev, Benjamin Snrfii. P^^s^mns- 
ters, Israel Hmcldey,Topsham, Goor--o Jcnness, W, 
Topshnm. 

Ferahire. Tovrn clerk, Thomns Key ^p-^/ i'"'"f ^^'•' 
stable, Ira Corse. Selecririen, Ge<.ro-e \V. Pdahby, 
William Boardman, Gdead Jones. Piiys!C!;;ns, Ezra 
Ciiss, Hiram Bliss, — Dearborn. P'.!sUua£>tLr, kSLc- 
phen F. Spencer. 

Washington. Town Herk, Asa Burton. First con- 



99 



stable, C'Utiii^ S. Calfe. Soiectmen, Jacob Bliss, 
Sanriel Worthley, Phineas Smiih. Clergy, Moses 
P. Clark f^, con^. Physician, Jesse li. Fo&ter. Post-; 
mri'^ipr, Clieney Smith. i 

TV/^st Fd'rlee. Town clerk, Elisha Thaypr. First 
c ons^nble, Eii.<iia Lamphear. Selectmen, John House, 
Asa B.ildwin. Phineas Kimball. Clergy, Daniel Wild, 

conn-. Piiy.sician, Evans. PosUnaster, Bishoj. 

A. Shnttlevvorth. 

IFilliainsloiiii. Town clerk, James Lyndc. First 
constalil.', S^-'pta Simons. S -loctmen, Aaron Martin, 
J.)hn Poor, Enoch Howe. Clerg-y, Joel Davis, cong.; 
Attorney, James Lynch. Physician, Zebulon P.' 
Bornham. postmastt-r?, Elijah Paine, West, Rodol- 
phiis Aiiiswcrth, Ea^t WlUiamstcwn. | 

fHITTEXDSN COUNT'/. I 

Burlington. Town clerk, GeoriTe Robinson. First, 
'-onstabh?^ Phineas Atwater. Selectmen, George! 
Robinson, He-man Lowrv, Bnrrell Lane. Clergy, 
Reuben Smith, cong. George G. "Ingersoll, nnitarian, 
Cl.irk, Truman Sevmour, meth. Attornies. 



G-orge Robinson, John N Pomeroy, Alvan Foote 
CuarFes Adams, James L. Sawver, Lumau Foote, 
VV^il;i;.;m A Gris-A-old, John €. Thompson, Benj. F. 
Biih-y, George Peaslee, Henrv Leavenworth, Joel 
Srory, Geor.^e P. Marsh, Sidney Smith, Charles Rus- 
scK Lnman Cnmmings, Fre<ierick Hill, John P. Rich- 
ardson. Physicians", John Pomeroy, Truman Powell. 
Thomas Chambfrlain, William Svveetser, Robert 
Moodv, E. D- Harmon. Postmaster, Enhraim Mills 
BnHfni. Town clerk, Jrdm Pinnco. First consta- 
ble, Abnon Whitcomb. Selectmen. John Pinneo, Al- 
mnn Wnitcomb, Moses Colton. postmaster, Almon 
Wiiitcomb. 

ChnrlnUe. "Town clerk, Noble Lovely. First con- 
stable, Aaron B. Webb. Spi-^ctmen, Jeremiah Bar- 
I ton, William Williams, Lot Newall. Clergy. Calvin 

I' Yale, cong. Sevmour, moth. Attornies, Williani 

Noble, Ohver Hubbell. Physicians, Joseph D. Farns- 

worth, Joel Stone, John Strong, Corbin. Post- 

ilmast'"-. Nobl'^ Lovply. 



1^^ iOO 

I Ljicnesttr. 'i'owii clerk, i\o.iii \voici>LL. r'lrs 
jcoriisiable, John W. Weav.^-. Solectinen, Sanme 
•Stnilh, John Lyon, D. P Adam?. Clergy, Piiinea;^ 
,Colver, baptist. 

! E'isex. Town clork, Amasa Bryant. First consta- 
ble, David Kr^Uofig. Selectmen, Ezra Slater, Sasnuel 

FagG, Atnos Bliss. Clersjy, Smart, con;:. Ciies- 

iter Inf^raham, baptist. Attorney, Divid 1>. Webster. 
jPhysicians, Harmon How, Mason Meud, B. F. War- 
iuer. Postmaster. Albert Stevens. 
: ITmeshurgk. Towii clerk, Erastus Bostwick. First 
Iconstiible, A. S. Waller. Selectmen, N. Leaven- 
lA'orlh, A. n. Post, J. Patrick. Cler::y, O. S. Hoyt, 

'cong. Covil, bap. E. E. Griswold, mcth. Attor- 

aiea. J. M. E!dred((e, Naiiirm Peck. Pliysicians, D. 
Goodyear, D. E. Demming, T. L. Beach. Postma^- 
Jter, Thomas W. Gii)b. 

I Huntington, Town clerk, James Ambler, jr. Firstii 
constable, John Jiidson. Selectmen. Jeremiah Reni- 
ino'von, John Snider, Nathaniel Nt)rti;n. (Jler;.'y, 
Tosiuh Weatherby, Porter Thomas, Charles B ^vvie?;. 
iTcewill baptists. Pi)ysicians, Matthew Cole, Enoch 
A. Smith. Postmaster, Amos Dike. 
\ Jericho. Town clerk, Tltonias Reed. Fir^t con- 
stable, George B. Oakes. Selectmen, Luther Brown, i 
jWilisam A. Prentisw, Karvey Field. Clergy, Harvey '■ 
iSmilh, coney. Joseph M. Graves, bap. AtttireeyJ: 
Geor?;*^ F. Porter. Physici:u!s, George Howe, Hoseaf 
Bliss, Jamin Hamillon. Poatnjasler, Frederick G. 
Fletcher. 



n'field. Town 



cieri 



N: 



d Butts. First 



constable, Ivory Li ce. Selectmen, Cyrus Stoddard, 
?Jolo!non R. Siock'.vell, Samuel H. Allen. 

JKuon. Town clerk, Gideon Koxie. First ron 
Istah,-, J. M. Dewey. Selectmen, L. B. Piatt, Elea- 

zer Austin, Elijah Herrick. ClerL-y, P«.obirisou. 

oniT. Hulon, meth. Attornies, A. G. Whiite- 

jmore, W. Hoxie, B. H. Wilson. Piivticiatis, A. Ains- 
I'worth, J. P. Carpenter, C. Deming, D. H. Onion. 
Postimster, Lyman Burtress. 

TUrkmond. Town clerk, Reuben Nims. First con-j 



101 ^ ( 

Oliver Saepard, E!i Brownson. Attorney, Wlllinai 
P. Brio'r^. Physicians. JSfih Colo, ILeuben rums., 
Posrrii !sl:er, B-i-nirirnin Bisiiop. i 

S le'birn. T.jvvij cierk, Levi Coni;t(Jcl:. First* 

\ c >r.s'iijl \ Eli Tiiayer. "S-locim^^n, Sarnnel Fle'Ciicr,'' 

N;!'haniei G sge, Jolui Tab.-r. Clergy, Louis MDo-!! 

' nald, ppis. Pny^iciun, Jocl Faircliild, jr. Pti&liiias-'^ 

■ter. G^r^ad Burr 41. ;| 

Sf. Georifc. Towv. clork, Horace Forris. First! 
const.ible, Gile^s S. Heiisoili. SL^lucluiea, Reubenj 
Ljckwood, Kornce Ferris. Silas Isham. A 

UuiierhilL Town clerk. Joiin il. Tou'en. First? 
constable, IMnriia EalL Syiectm'Mi, Albert Barney,*, 
Au:^Listus Sinitf), Joiin Siory. Physician, Alanson 
BorMiio-iis. P;^-t:r>ast<=r, H ?''ry Oake?. 

fVc'itfij-rd. Tcwn clerk, Tacriiaji Kavnoe- First 
constable, Jacob Macornbt-r. Selectmen, Ziba Woods, 
Ai-t'ims Alien, Samuel ["'rasher. C-leriry, Snn'^on 

Par;i!..'bn', con;j. 8aijin>, bap. Physicians, 

Tiiixnis il:.viieri, Ira Hai.cii. PoGinjasLer, W'lihain 

Wood. 

JFililstjn. Ti>vvn clerk, Ciianncey Bmwnell. First 
''onstable, -Gii.sh i Lindon. Selc>cinieii, Cijauncey 
Bionnf.ll, Joel Tiirreii, J..mes Tolcu't. Cier«:y, J. 
F. G xsLiiiue, con-r. Peter Ci);ise. bap. Josepa Bradiey,! 
nniver. AUornies, Ciiautvcey Lro'.vnelK Duvid French, S 
G 'o. B. Manser. Pjivbiciaus, N»ah Corney, Vv"hip-i 
p'e S^iooii'jf, Aasei B.-ay. Poatuiaster, Horace 2^licii-| 
ois. j 

t7as;it:\gton c^^'CNTv. !> 

B trre. Town elf ik, Josepii Ripipv. First consta- ♦ 
ble, L wis lAM-k. ojicctinen, John Thwino-, Cnapinl 
iieuii, Sinttii Sijf^rmin. Clerg-y, Justus W. French * 
<*on^. John E. P-ib'-iM', nniver. A'tifrnies. Deni.-on j 
S;!r;th, Xinv^li PIui^in^,n, Ciiarle-s Robinson, L'lcins B.^ 
P.c'i. Phrsicians. ilob'rt Paddock, Lviuan Paa- ' 
d.n-k. SetliFiei.i, Liinsi-TuiTtU. Postniusler, Wal- 
ler Oi! niV'-. |l 

Bn'n. Town clerk. Abel Knapn. Fir<t con^la | 

h'". yTrn-^l Jo-iQ.;, j-. vS •irr"'n.--!.'j:on^'< TT. j.-^orr.j 



I UH 

jdon, Daniel Cliaiuller, Jabez Ellis. Pliysiciaii, Johnij 
.VVinslow. Postmaster, Israel Dewey. 
I Calais. Town clerk, Gideon llit-ks. First consta- 
ble, Perry Marsh. Selectmen, William RoLin^on, 
Alonzo Pierce, Oliver Merritt. Clergy, Benjamin 
iPage, christian. Attorney, Sliubael Whet ler. Pi;y- 
sicians, Charles Clark, Asa Geor^^e, Piiny JMiac. 
Postmaster, Gideon Wheelock. 

j Duxbirrij. Town clerk, Ira Arms. First constable, 
Horace GrifFeth. Selectmen, George Ricburd&on, 
Sr.muel Ridley, jr. Earl Ward. Clergy, Calvin Ilmi!-' 
lev, Isaiah Hantlev, baps. A.ltorney, Roger G. 
Bulkley. 

Elmore. Town clerk, Martin Elmore. First con- 
stable, Samuel Smith. Selectmen, Jonathan Bridges, 
Jesse Elmore, George W. Bailey. Physiciaii, Joei J- 
Camp. Postmaster, Abel Canij). 

Fayston. Town clerk, Peter Drevv\ First consta- 
ble, William Sh.erman. Selectmen, Theophiias Bix- 
:by, Eli Bruce, Merrill Tyler. i 
i Jlarsiijleld. Town clerk, Jacob Putnam. First 
'constable, William Martin. Selectmen, Stephen Pit- 
kin, Josiah Hollisier, Zenns Bullock. Clergy, Johr; 
Capron, cjjristian, Asa Winch, bap, P'ustmaster, 
KimbnlL 

jYiddleseT. Town clerk. Horace Ilolden, First 
constable, William A. Nichols. Sekcimen, John 
Vinceiit, James Jordan, Horace Holden. Ch-rgy, 
Benjan;in Chatterton, bnp. Physician, Samuel Fi- 
iield. Postmaster, Moses L. Hart. 

JlcmlpeHer. Town clerk, Joseph Wing. First 
constable, William Billings. Selectmen, Tinioihy 
Hubbard, Stephen Foster, Samuel Templeton. Cler-i 
gy, Chester VVriglit, cong. John G. Dt)W, ineth. Joel 
Templeton, meth. SamU Parker, bap. Atturnies, JN'i- 
cholas Baylies, Samuel Prentiss, Cyrus Ware, Jedu- 
thun Loomis, Timothy Merrill, Wiiiiam Upham, Th : 
Reed, jr. Hezekiah ll. Reed, Azro Li>omis, Oramel 
H. Smith, D. P. Tiiompson, C. J. Keith, A. Spal- 
jding, J. Y. Vail, Sitm'l B. Prentiss. Physicians, Ed- 
ward Lamb, James Spalding, Julius Y. Dewev, N. 
'■*'*=^ '-=^ -.-r-.-r^ , .., y- ■ ,, ^ ^^^ ---_----^- ^^. ^^ , i ^,^„,rj ,- |,| „ -H mTi-TiT i TTrf . Tr . iTffn 



____ ^^"^ 

C. King. Postmasters, George TJ^. Hill, Jvlontpelier, 
Merrill /Tilli^ms, east viliafre. 

Jlordoicn. Town clerk, Ebenezer Johnson. First 
constable, Levi Spol Jin2- Selectnrien, David Belding. 
Rufus Clapp, Calvin Clark. Physicians, Stepliei, 
Pierce, Lester Kingsley- Postmaster, Ira Carpenter. 

jYorthJield. Tovvn clerk, Gilbert Hatch. Fir.-t con- 
stable, Hoswell Dewey. Selectnjen, Anson Adams. 
j.Icdin ^Fest, Daniel D. Robinson, Cler;jy, Joel JV\uc\\. 
|/neth. Sylvanus R,obinson, freewill baptist. Attorney, 
I.Toiin L. Btjck. Physicians, Br^ij. Porter, John 
A'f'''urks, Postmaster, Oliver AverJl. 
I Piuinfield. Town clerk, Silas Williams, jr. First 
'constable, Nathaniel J>ancrolt. »Selectmen, Jabez L. 
Carpenter, Israel Goodwin. Clergymen, Joseph 
i'liafclier, cong. Philip fFheeler, bap. Physiciaius, 
I Nathaniel Bancroft, Amherst Himotids, Ebenezer Co- 
'nant. Postmaster, Natlianiel Bancrott. 
! Roxhurij. Town clerk, Sanjiiel M. Orcutt. Firs' 
eonstable, lienry B>)yce. Kelectnien, Nathan JMcrse, 
Cfiarles Sampson, Sanmei iM. Orcntt. Physiciup.s, 
Henry Buyce, Ira Hunter. Postmaster, John Li.j 
opaulding. 

I Slow. Town clerk, Riverins Camp. First consta- 
ble, Nathaniel Russdi. Selectman, Elisha Cady, 
iPeter Lovejoy, Joseph Savage. Cler-y, Ralden A. 
jWatkins, cong. Loren Clark, Hiram Ciiase, meth. 
C. W. Martin, Selh Allen, cl.r'stians. Attorney, O 
,H. Butler. Physisians, T. B. Downer, Joseph Rob- 
j'lison, Cornelius Bariis, Charles Ames. Poslniaster, 
\P. G. Camp. 

Wadsjleld. Town clerk, Lewis Holden. First 
jconstablo, Cyren Burdick. Se'eotni^ij, Pcoderick Ri:h- 
|!ir;ison, Robert Leech, Francis Wilder. Clergy, Am 
juriah Chandh-r, cong. Piiysicans, William Joshn, 
i Frederic T. Miner, O. Smith. Postmaster, Roderick 
Richardson, jr. 

iVarren. Town clerk, Sylvanus Paine. First con- 
jstable, Oramel Williams. Selectmen, Joseph W El- 
Uridge, J. Griswold, W. B. Tyler. Clergv, N. W. 
iStearns. Phvs. H. B. Peabody. P.M. J. W. Eldridge. 



I 1 04 

I JyMerUury. 'l.\.\\a c!,'i-i;, i^'uul Diiiiu-liain, juu. I 

I First coii.^table, ^j'vnuis k^5. Ntnvco'ub. Sei>'ctni(:n;| 

|L)tii-r Cioavo-, \Vil!i.ui. E j'iy, Panl D.lliuiriiam, jr.^l 

tCi^M-oy. D.uii;;.! Warrci!, Cnli^' Ezin BuiKn', Ship. g:,m-| 

[ n '1 L >r.j, tVi':_'vv;ii bai:). A; [■ir:ii,';^, D \n C.ir[>ei!*er,| 

rp,u]l D li;ifjh:i!n, jr. "ll >nrv F. Jin:'s. Pavs:ci^!i^j| 

iOIivi-r \V. Di-L!\v, iloracc II. jjdsibrJ. Po6lin;i3ler.;l 

f IIt'n:-y F. Jaut's. l| 

I' lYjrce-der. Town ciCM'k, Nathan A.run^. First :| 

consf-tble, Jonns Ab.joi.t. S .'Iv^cirnv.'ii, N;ilb;i:i A^ii<iTis,| 

; Jo--'! H. TeiTi;)Ioti)ii, S. ml Andrews. Phyaicidr., J.i(j;ctS 

I b)iiin;icr. PusLffi-ister, Auj'is Rico, jr, | 

(:al::d.jma county. | 

^ir;;^^-T..wn clerk, J..lin S'law, ed. First con-| 

stable, Silas KelU^y. S.'l"Ctine!i,'Ciou.; Ilarvry, Ileii-'^ 

ry StevPHs, L^vi P. Fnrks. Cieri'-y, Davui G;)Ou\vii-| 

lie and Tiiomas Gt^oclvviiiio, pn s. Goven. At-! 

t'tnuob, C:ru'!i:'5 Siurin', ouniMol A. Aiwirew, Ivlordvcai i 



iciuns, joiin M'Nubb, Ira Davis, 



■Skinnpr. Pottmastors, Elnah M. Davis, Barnet, Ira! 

ilDavis, Pasninsic, HowisM Infioo.s' Fail.^. i| 

II Burke— Tv)\vii clerk, AspJi:'! Biirrio^ion. First | 
^constable, Ebenezf*r Darliiin-. BelcciniO!!, P^ai'ii:- Isinv-I 



B^eianiin F. Bjldin*:, RniV.s Gaddin; 



CI. 



1 



,Abi;l BafT'">e. t. bap. Daniel Wellns^ui, rt-s. Pby.-^i-J 
:, cians, Galon Iluatcr, AjoI Brow;!. Pustinaotcr. A^^a-J" 

el BnrriniT'On. || 

:| D,invi(/e. Town clerk, Arcliclans Sia«. Firs! con-| 
'stable, 'Dearborn B. S.-nt^-r. Seiernneii, Geo. JV-l 
i:Dre\v, James M. Morriil, Ebi--nezfr 'i'ii<^iii,'>on. Cler-| 
' arv. Ekl'^-kin J. Boardiiian, ciuiij-. Arcliclans Sias, nifth,| 

S»lomon Sias, inetli. Lewis Fisb.'r, lr.i<. Josiah A | 
iiScarriLand Isaac R. Petfinfifill, ciiri:--. A toinies, J/\ii ' 
■J Mattocks, Charles Davis, G 't,r^-e B. ^^bavv, S.nne' 
I B. Mattocks, Georo^e B. Ciiaiiiiipr. Pir. eicians, Fl 
idad Alexandpr,jr. Sa-mucI Coliin>, Olie-y Fidier. Od-' 
.jver Miirse, TJri Babbiit. Pusiui.oic r. L-uae. P. DaP.a. 
'j Groton — T(uvn clerk, John Darliiii:, jr. First con-i 
•;j stable John Ti)isey. Seh-cinien, D.iviil Vance, An-! 
•'drnv M'Ch^arey, John iF'ath. Physicians, Reuben! 

W. Mill, Horatio W. Heath. ! 



lOo 

JIaio'lc.dc — 'i\'\vr. clerk, Dumei FrcKch. jb'iihl cuii 
tab! \ Jeremiah B. Pliilbrook. Stloctnien, Ora Cros- 
ly, RiKs-'el Bridgrnan, A:-'alioi Guodridg-e. Clerg-y, Ja 
cob N. L'Hitri:.s, conq-. Atfuriiies, Saunders! IF. Coop 
= 'r, B. N. Du'i.-?. Piiys^iciaiit', Aaron Smith, N. B 
•^p-iidinjr, Jabez Estabrook. Po^lllla6te^s, E!na?b.*ii 
Strings llardwick, Dcrmaii Brid^^-euidu, Lamoille Vil 
lagft. 

Kirhj. — Town clerk, Jamos Clmrch. First consta-! 
bl-, Oiin Carpeiifer. Seleetm m"), Gardner Gilson, 
|"\Terriil Newell, Nathaniel JTiIlis. Ciergy, Luther 
7Fard, cong. I 

Lijndon. — Town clerk, f^'il'iam Cahnon. Fir.~t 
constable. Jose;!h Ide. S'-'lectmeri, Elias B^-mis, Ste- 
\^\^y\\ MG.iny, Benjamin /Falker. Clerj-y, Sanjue] G. 
jTennv, cono-. Jared Perkins, meth. Daniel Quimby, 

I ml Hill.f. bap. Attornies, Isaac Fletcher, G ' 

C. Ciiiooti. Phy^i■,^ians, Phinelia.i S;)aldinor, Hubbar( 
F.el 1, Freedom Dinsnioore. Postiivustcrs, Ei)aphru:si 
B. C iHse, Lvn.'lon, Elias B^ mi.-, i-. N;)rth Lymion. 
I .'V.';tY?rY.--Town clerk. Phil, njon Ilarfwell. First 
ccnsrah:!', Emerv Fairbc.iik. Sew'cimGn, Em tv Fair-j 
I'lt'ik, R'lfns Kenney, jr. Russel Carrol. Ph\sician, 
j/Fm. B. Amr- 

Pcukn.m. — Town rleik, L'enrri J'Forcester. First 
';onr-'!ab!e, Lyman JVdWs. Selectmen, Georo-e W. 
Clrtr'c, Afa Skecdo, Jacob Blanchard. C'h'rn-y, LeoR- 
hcd /"Worcester, Q-:n\y^. Atlornies, Ji-.hn Mattocks, C. 
:rr. B1.cs. Piiysicians, JosiahS.hedd.ZebinaK. Pano-- 
Ibnrn. Postmaster, Joel J^ralker. 

Rjpsnle. — Town clerk, William Gray. First consta- 
ble, Walter Ruben. Select nsen, Abraham Pag-e, Ar-! 
cinbald Park, Nicholas White, Cleri.'-y, James Milli-j 
•/an, presbyt. Piiysician, Eh Parry. Poctmaster, 
Alexander Ha rvoj% 

S-'ir/rie'd. — Town clerk, Stephen Drown. First 
constabl", Maslain M. iMiles. Selectmen, Josepli H. 
[nj^alLs, Jiimes Townsend, King Iliil. Postmaster, 
Jonatlian Brown. 

St. Johnshury. — Town clerk, Jcry Dickerman. 
jFirst constable, Walter Wrinrbt. Snl<>ctmen, Samnel 



I. ^ '0-S-_ , 

|: French, John MGrr'(ror, R;cp. C!erp-y, 

I Johnson, cowr. Attornies, Joseph Fairbniiks, E',ihi 
I raiin Paridock. P ly^icians, Abtior Miles, Jory Dick i 

I'erniat), Monil Stephens, Randall Postniast ' 

|:prs, J, P, Fnirbauks, St. .lohnsbury Plain, Mose^' 

I Kitridc/e, east {v.irt. Iloraef Evar,?, St. Johr^sbiirv. 'i 

II SV,/i:7;?.— Town ch-rk, Jaeob C Tdor nil, First' con -I 
|'«tablr>, Georrro W. Brockway. Sectnion, Willias 

I Bn)ckw:iv, Tiioiii^s True, WJlls Way. Clero-y, Jon p 
I atlian Woodman, f. bap. Pliysician, Jac^jb C ^ior 
1 rill. Posttn-sWM% Danif>l Beckwith. 
|l Wtfi! ■">'.— Town cleik, Daniol Woost^r. First con 
I stab'e, E|)hraini Dutton. S*-lecim^n, Simeon Farns 
worth, Daniel TFonster, M-'rril Fostor. Allorney 
Jam ^s Bp!I. PosiniasltM*, Thomas W. Vincent. 

IValerford. — Town ch^-rk, Syivanus Ileniming-\vay ' 
First consiable, Georne AlexarMler. S^dt'cfin'm, Syi 
vanns [Ir^nniin;: w iv, Ez-d^it'i Cati'^r. Zenas Woo(!s 
[ Cle: cry. Th'-.iiias tia!l. conur S.las Davison, calv. bap 
Atlornips, Jotiathm D. Stoddard, Azor Wetherb^e 
P'lysicians, Abnpr Mil'>s, Ralph Bu^rbee, LL!s^sF 

Morrison, Ricnari F. R'Wl'I', Ward. Pus 

inas'or, Epr.iMon C. P.ii'ks. 

IV'ieef !i:k.—T^'V.-c\ rl-Tk. J:'si )h L-in^. First con 
sra!)h\ J onu'.han Tayior. Sde'Cimen. David [larlinn' 
Abner Morriil. Jonuihiui Taylor. Pi-yniciaii, Fredei 
ick L'^evefi'.vorih. 

J-r./or; 'M/ry. —Tovvn el^rk, J.ib-z Town. First con 
stable, .J..oi Cii!-y. S '''-ctsm-n, EbeneZ'T rirnc.-.j 
iBfMijanr.n Fowi -r, J'un;.'S WheeU'r. 01er2'y, Gideor, 
fSibm, bap. Pnyiiician, JSjI-'i Cliasc. Poslmaster. 
f Daniel i"*our. 

|; 07iJ.rA>'S rouxTV. 

|: Albany. Town cie'-k, Eiias W. Kellog-g. First 
I constalile, Joseoii B. ChamberJin. Se'eetmijn, J^'hii 
( N. n 'i-'it, Ri-iVi3 B. Hovey, ira Grow. Cleryy, Fhai- 

I VV. K'-'doii'.'T, cono". Physicians, Dyar Bill, Cur- 

'4 lis- Poaluj-isTpr, David Sexton. 

I BtrLja. Town ch3rk, Jolin Ki/ibt^lh Fi'-sf consta- 
I ble, Jera j^Iansfedd. Sclectnien, Edis Cobb, Levi 
1;Girland, John Kimball. C'.ex'iY. Tliomas Simn^on 



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^11". .,'iiiortlt-y, Ji'.ui U. KUilOail. jPny.-iCiail, t'ilU ;. 

eri<-Tv- W. A \anis. Pn^inrx^Ur. Albo C/Ai!- n. 

Browninghjn. T^'wn cierk, Elijah S^roiiL'. Fir.-' 
ciin->tahl,«, Cvrus Eatofi. S 'U crmen, J;is!)m. R.'ui*)- 

snn, Silas Bn^iiain, G:ii>ro^e C. Wfst. Ch"c:i\\ 

T.vili-ih;, couii'. Alioriiey, Gforot- G. Wes'. Pi:y- 
.-ici.iM, J;.inHS R. Gr')\v, Postmaster, S^IoS Brl^iiam. 

j Charleston. Town clerk, Jdias Alien. Fir^t coii- 
pt able, Ezra Brignam. S-tl'Cluvri, Tyl<T B.rio-fiam 
Eiisiia BinL^linni, Micha'il Bly. Cier_y, Jonas A.len. 
rV. u'iil Uap. R'>yal Gane, niotii. 

. Crcentry. Town clerk, Elijah Cleavplfind. First 

•cr);r.,tr,hh', DTni<'l IFisiis. SH!,-ctrnen, Ar^'-aliis H-ir- 
111 'ii, Tiioiuas Bal-luin, Daviil Fliio-giiis. Clenry, Ji'iiM 
i:J^ i);p. Pitvsiciaiis, Saiiim.i S. Kendall, Pele:.' 

I R iin. 1 !, Tra.-^k. Postmastpr, Lorin Tr^3sk. 

1 Cr.:f(.;biir:/. T-'V/ii clerk, Jusfph Scott, jun. Fiff^t 

■const I'iie, Ja)Ti''S Coburn, Selectmen, Silas Grow. 

1 J-ei 's TrMmbull, 2J. William E. Pad.locU. Cirri^y. 
Wil.iam A. Ciaiii'i, c<ino-. A'inriii;-s. Auo'^slus!' 
Yo-nj-, I.i:n-s A. JPaidork. Pysir^iaiis, DaniH Dav-!! 
;i;i, T' 1 ■" r>I i-^'in. P.'<iiii;iyter, WiliiunE. Faddeclcl 
D r'r/. Ti'wn cl -rk, Lemuel Rxhninnd. Firsl: 
e):i-:>.hi •. Eii.-na J-'Uiie. S'li'ctnien, James Vv^jiy; 
n -iij unn niiim'.n, Jer^-minii Giei -s. Ci-Tiiy, Mesft= 
C e le'V, bap. Attormes, D. M. C -.mp, Lewis Marsh, 

I. F. R-dfi."l !, Leslie. Piivsiciaris, Liith^T New-; 

co:nb, Moses F. C dby, L-nre.d Richmond. Pes! mas- 
ters, iN^'eheniiah Coibv, D.-rb*/, Purlas Baxter, Dcrbv 
Line. 

£./-;7" Town clerk, Tonas oton.-^. First constablp. 
L".riifr Xiiider. Selectmen, Win. C. A'wtril, Eii 
He) ]•.-, jr. Dariiis Cornish. PJ.ysician, Wm. C. At- 
■A-eii. 

(Ivpcnshorni'-- Tv'Vn clerk, Joseph Clvnpman. First 
■oiistable, A ir )M Walker. S-d-^ctmcn. Josiah Baker 
'i -or^-e A. M iri'V, Sun'iol Hill. Clerjry, Marvii 
Grow, bnp. pjivsician, Edward Cii^rk. Postmaster. 
J. PiMiL-y. 

Gluj^r. — Town clerk, Ciiarles Ilar'^v. First con 
siable,^J.ihn T. Smith. S>dectm--n. John Sart woll 



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S^nh T. S!m\v, Solomon Dwi'^nel. Clergy, R 
Miisoii, cong-. Postmaster, Dan Graj-. 

H'jdeparlc. — Town clerk, Thomas W. Fitch. First; 
conslahle, Jam^^s Toby. Sek-ctmen, Levi Wiswallj 
David Cieinons, Henry Lattimcr. Cloroy, Jabez New- 1 

land, chr. Ilurlgato, metli. AUorney, Jorliiial 

Sawyer, Physician, Arial Ilunlon. Postmaster, 
James Toby. 

H)Uand— Town clerk, Isaiah Emerson. First con- 
stable, Corntdlns E. CunninnJiam. S(dectrnen, Tru- 
man Fairchiid, jr. Jason Hinman, Ezra Ilimiian. Cler- 
gy, Isaiaii EnuM'son, moth. 

j Irashurgh—Town clerk, Thomas Jameson. First 
Iconstable, Jamos HarloW, jr. Seiectnicn, Aniasa 
Uodge, Moody E. Kimball, Israel P<'ck. Clergy, Otis 
If. Curtis coiig. Attoriiies, Gus;avus G. Cushinan, Geo. 
M. Mason, E. II. Starkweather. Physician, Norman 
Cioaveland. Postmaster, George Nye. 

Ja^— Town clerk, Abner Whicher. First consta- 
ble, Hiram Haddock. Selsctmcn, Madison Keith, Jo- 
seph Haddock, Abel Alton. 

Keliijvale. Town clerk, Abel Ce.rtis. First con- 
stable, James O. Caldwell. Selectmen, Jolin Har- 
ding, Thomas Procter, Abel Curlis. Postmaster, A- 
bel Curtis. 

Jlorrldoicn. Town clerk, Denison Cooke. First 
constable, Chester Cooke. Seiec^snen, Asa Colf>, E- 
llab Herrick, Nelson Slocomb. Clergy, Joel P. Ilay- 
K^rd. chr. bap. Attornics, Charles Meiges, Samuel 
W.llird. Physicians, James Tinki^r, AlmerinTinker. 
Putnam. Postmaster, Janies Tinker. 

jYcivpoii.. Town clerk, Seymour Laiie. Fii'st con- 
stable, Orville Daggett. Selectmen, Samuel War- 
ner, Seymor.r Lane, Orville Dago-f'tt. 

Salem. Tov»?n clerk, Samuel Blake. First consta 
be], Thomas C. Blake. Selectmen, Samuel Elake,! 
Moses Pike, Houghton. j 

Trtnj. Town clerk, John Flint, 2d. First consta- j 

ble, Frederick Fuller. Si'lectmen, John VV. Currier,! 

-jamuel H. Hovey, Frederick Fuller. Clergy, Na- j 

iv\n\v\ Dawns, bap. Benjamin Dolbear. cong. Attor-i 



lOJ 

iiies, Uriel C Hatch, Saaju-^ SuinMor. Physician, D. 

n. Bar.-]. P.:»strnastcrs, Ezra Sang-er, Troy, John 

iCurrier, north Troy. 

j TFes!Jieul.—Town clerk, Thomas Hitclicock. First 

constable, Chester Coburn. vSeloctmen, Win. Bar-!' 
'■nard. Janies Bryan, Luther Winsl'-iw. Clergy, Siias 
I'Lamb, :on^. Physicians, Henry Cory, Gay Stough-j: 

I WokoU. — Tcvn clerk, Jesse Whitnev. First con- 
'stable, Jonathan Stnith. Seleclmon, Ephraim Ladd, 
.'Jesse Whitney, Ira Farnsworth. Clergy, Royal Has- 

|kel!, christian. Piiysician, Palmer. Postmaster, 

;;Jos.3e "Wiiitney. 

FRA>:f:M-V cruNTr. 
B iJcersfield. — Town clerk, Silas B. Hazelline. First 
consLable, Robert Dean. SelecMnen, William Gid- 
:'<linn-3, jr. Silas Potter, Natijan E. Fuller. Clergy, 

S^imuel Perry, cong. Leonard, meth. Attorney, 

rhpopliilud MansHehi. Phj-sician, Amos Pearson. 
;Po3rmaster, Harvey Reynolds. 

1 Berkshire. — Town clerk, Harvey Clark. First con- 

Istable, Charles Shaw. Selectmen, \V'n. C. EMs- 

'vvorth, Nathan Hamilton, Hardin Andnis. Clergy,; 

iPhinelias P. Bailey, oong. Pearly Hall, f. bap. Attor 

Inies, Joseph Smith, James Andrews. Physicians, B. i 

B. Seecle, Samuel S. Biitlcr, Friend M. Hull, John A 

: Webster, Wrn. G. Sl'svvorth. Postmasters, Parmelj 

EjLeavens, cep.tre post office. Dermis Lnmson, east do. 

ij C'cnbridgs. — Town clerk, Levi A. Carleton. Firs. , 

Iconstable, John ^Vires. Selectmen, John Slater, Eg- 1' 

I bc.rt Powel, Lyman Wells. Ciers-y, George B. Ide.^ 

!;bap. Reiiislow, cong. Attornies, Nathaniel I 

!lP.'ed, jr. Levi Joslin, Henry Kroweli. Physicians. j| 

j John Fas-er., Wiliiam P:ige, Burrii S. Itlin.er, Pier- 1 

jSon. Postmaster, Abner Brush. | 

I Enoshur^k. — To'.vn clerk, Tiios. Fidler. First con- if 
•Istrbi", Jn?,;} Stevens. Selecimen, S'tmuel Bessse, Je- 1 
ihicl R. i3=»rnnn:!, Jonas Bonteli. Ciorgy, John Scott. '3 
;;cong. Luther Col^, bap. Attorney, David L. Farn-^ 
^ham. Physicians, Elipiias Eaton, Plorace Eaton. Post- ^ 
jmaster, D. L. Farnham. 1 



^lYo ^--™™i^. . -_ I 

Fai? fax.— Town clerk, Hampton Lnvenrove" Firs! \ 
constable, James Bellows. ^electinenr S. S. Hall, 
Hiram Bellows, Joseph King-sbiiry. Clerfry, Ephraim 
Butler, bap. Attornies, H. E. Hubbell, Atm-n S. Bee- 
man. Phvtiicianp, S. S. Hall, Nathaniel W. Perry. 
Postmaster, H. Lovegrovo. 

Fairfield.— Town clerk, Joseph Sowle. First con- ' 
stable, Samuel Parle3^ Selectmen, Jbab Smith. ^ 
I Rensselaer Reed, Harmon Northrop. Clergy, Ben- 
jjamin, Wooster. cong. Anson Hard, epis. William Ar- 1 
|thur, bap. Attorney, Ebenezer Barlow. Pnysician 
I Chester Keyes, Chester Abells. Postmaster,. Bradley 
^iBarlbv/. ^ 

Fletcher. Town clerk, Elias Blair. First consta- 
bln, John- Kinsley, jr. Selectmen, Joseph Robinsoi;,^ 
jJosepii Ellsworth, Samuel Montague. Clergy, E-lf 
Iphraim Butler, bap. Physician, Santbrd Emery? \ 

\ Franklin.— Town clerk, Piiilip S. Gates. First ^ 
Iconstable, Dan Rubleo. Seloctmoii, Gardner Dwin-ll 
I'nell, Elisha Bascom, John C. Coleor^. Cierj-y, Johnjj 
"Spalding, bap. Physieians, Z. Cushman, EnoJli Pome-lj 
roy. Postmaster, Lyman Gushing.. k 

Georgia.— Town clerk, Ira Plinklcy. First con^ta-ij 
ble, Decius R. Bogue. Selectmen^ Joshua Doane,|f 
vSoIomon Biiss, jr. x^ber D. Parmont. Clergy, Ros- 
well Meres, Alva Sabin and Daniel Sabin, baotists. 
l{ Luther B. Blod^et, cong. Physicicns, Abel Biuir, 

■ Horace Jilair, Taylor. Postmsstsr, Joshua 

Doane. 

Ilighgaie —- 7'own clr-rl-:, Peter Sn:-:. First consta- 
ble, Daniel Fellmare. Selectmen, Elkanah Albee, Lu- 
ther Meigs, Charles H. Jenison. Clergy, Ph.meas 
Kinsley, cong. Samuel Weaver., nieih. Attr.rnev,!! 
Robert Paddock. Phy^ici-'Uirf, J.u-:. 15. «'';:'ir r, Ihai.A-lf 
lin Bradley. Postnsabtor, l^J.i piien S. j-I.-y-.s. l| 

Johnson. — Town clerk, Da^iic] })(uigr. First con- it 
stable, Jacob P. Hadley, >^ei^ eTn)..'ii, ^oL^n^on Ba]eh.i| 
Joseph Andrews, \¥m. Boyer. Attcrnics, Erfistus D.if 
IHobbel, Benjamin F. Wed^^. Physicians, S.-:h Clin-k,!? 
Asa Kitti-edge, John Mei^s. pJstmnster, CorncIiLifjS 



; B WMHwJ»<>aBm i wVj a *aii> V j 3< 

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Monf.^nmenj. — Town clerk, Luther Martin. First 
constable, Russel S. Marcy. Selectmen, DanielBar- 
rows, Rufus HainiUon, John Johnson. Clergy, Avery 

S. Ware, corior. Phy.sicians, Fuller, AlvinLusk.! 

Pos;:n{}ster,,John-L. Clapp. | 

Richford. — Town clerk, Jonathan Carpenter. First; 
consttible, Ariel Parker. Selectmen, Jesse Vv'"oodr off. ■ 
Joseph Noyes, J. Rounds, jr. Clergy, Wm. Rogers,' 
bap. PJiy.=;cian, Jolin Huse. Postmaster, E. Carltton.! 
Sheldon. — Tov/n clerk, Samuel Weed. Firct con-| 
stable, George Willard. Selectman, Gideon Draper. 
A'torni-'G, J. W. Sheldon, August Burt. Physicians, 
GaHup Judson, D. Grant. Postmasters, J. W. Shel- 
don, centre, Oliver O. Gall-jp, east part. 

St. Albans. — Tov;n clerk, John Gates, jr. First 
"•constable, Joseph Newton. •►Selectmen, John Smith, 
\ Wni. H. Taylor. Clergy, Worthington Smith, con^. 

I Sylvester Na<;h, epis. Cr<3.ne, raeth. Attornies, 

§ Asa Aldis, Be-'ijamin S^vift, Stephen Royce, jr. Seth 
I Wetm ore, Luther B. Hunt, James Davis, Benjamin 
i n. Swislley, Henry Adams, DaviJRecd, H. R. Beards- 
I ley, John Smith, Lucius Royce, Orlando Stevens, Jo 
esepli H. Brainerd. Physicians, Charles Hall, John L. 
«' Chandler, Isaac N. Foster. Postmaster. Samuel.H. 
■LBarlow. 

i TFaterville. — Tov/n clerk, Moses Fisk. First con- 
•stable, Ellas G. Page. Selectmen, Stephen Leech 
i S. Eaton, J. IL Myrick, Postmaster, Moses Fisk. 
E?SKX CDU-vrr. 
B nm.9icick. —To'xn clerk, Benjn. Brown. First! 
constable, IL D. Shoif. Selecimen, Benja. Brown, J 
a. Lambkin, D^!iiel Shot?, jr. Clergy, Benj. Brown I 
m'-^tli. Postmaster, ■-Winian: Marshall. 

Cnnarm. — Town clerk, Oliver Ingham, jr. First' 
constable, Israel B Beech. Selectmen, Jesse Cooper,! 
INathaiiiel Beech, Samuel Weeks. Clergy, Caleb In-j 
^galls, f. hap. Attornry, James Steele- Postmaster.! 
! Alfred M. Ing'mm. 

I Concord.— Town clerk, Harvey G. Fry. First con-l 
! stable. John Scoby. Srlectmon,'Rtchardson Graves.! 
Jt)hn S. Johuf^nn. Arcliibald Tag^rard. Clpro-y, S. R. 



i\-^ lA^ i 

Hall, coil- Attorney, David Ilibbard, jr. Physicians, >ll 
J. 8col)y, J. Wiioeler, jr. Fostmastor, John Fry. !| 
'Guildhall.— Town clerk, Erastus Cutler. ' First |i 
constable, Theophilus Cutler, Selectmen, ErastiisJ 
Cutler, Jason Sherman, Win. Amy. -Attornies, Beth:} 
Cushrnan, John S. Wells. Physicians, John Dcvveyjf 

Spalding. " ll 

Lemington. — Town clerk, Abdeel Blodg-ett. First I 

constable, John Bailey. Selectmen, Richard Mor--an, |i 

Ebenezer Blossom, Thomas liolbrook. Clerci-y,Na-l 

IJthan Frizzle, bap. Postmaster, E. D. Forest.'^ i 

j[ Ltmenbw^'h. — Town clerk, Steplien How, jr. First! 

constable, Chapin K. Brooks. Selectmen, Stephen;! 

rlowG, jr. Reuben Chandler, Jabez Vv arren. Clergy, f 

Jeremiah Glines, cong. Attorney, Reuben Grout. | 

Physicians, Daniel Egery, Tlierou "\Vebb. Postmas-| 

ter, Daniel Egery. j^ 

Maidstone. — Town clerk. Moody Rich. First conTii 

stable, Calvin Perkins. Selectmen, Rich Stevens,! 

JThomas Burrsides, \Valter Walker. | 

I JlinehrMd. — Town clerk, J. French. First constable,! 

jMartin French. Selectmen, Arad Silver, Eben. Bur-| 

'bank^ Heber Walling. Postmaster, Chauncey Curtis. I 

ghand isle countv. I 

i Alhiiro'h. — Town clerk, Lewis Sowles. First con-l 

jlstable, John M'Gregor, Selectmen, Joseph Sewal, 1 

liLewis W. Sowles, Thomas Mofct. Attcrnies, F. Ha- 1 

fjzen, G. Harrington. Physicians, Artf-rnas Goodnow,| 

^•jGeo. F. Sampson, Jireh S. Berry, I\l. Mc Roberts. \ 

^'Postmaster, Robert Ransom. \t 

IJ Grand hlo. — Town clerk, James Brown. First | 

|constable, Samuel B. Gordon. Seleclmen, Lewis '5 

|Ladd, James Brov/n, Alexander F. Hyde. Clergy,'! 

I Asa Lyon, cohlt. Physician, Melvia Barnes. Post- J 

jmaster, A. H. W. Hvde. i! 

I JVbr.^A //era.—TovVn clerk, Joel Allen. First con- 1 

do, Spehnan Hazen. SolccUnen, D. Hazen, Uri-'^ 

'Tazen, Syrusei Buck. Clergy, Orris Pier, in^^th.^f 

Ghorles H. Perrigo. Physician, Gary \ 

Postmaster, Abnor Doty. i 

•"d. — Town clerk, Ira Hill. First constable,! 




1 1 3 

Amasa L. Hoicomb. Selectmen, Amos A. Hulcomb. 
Jaraiij Pike, Charles Carron. Clergy, Wiliiam Wait, 
metii. Postmaster, Ira Hiil. 

Note. — The following town was omitted in its prop-' 
er place ; it shoulil iiuve been on page £5, in Wiuiiliuiij \ 
County. 

Westminsler.-— Town clerk, Timoti;y FielJ. First 

constable, Alvin Goodell. Selectmen, John Smith, 

David Plitciicock, James Titcan;b. Clergy, Sylvetiler 

i Sage, Timothy Field, cong. Attorney, vViiiiam C. 

"■ Bradley. Physiicians, Pliny Saiibrd, Alleii. 



JUDICIAL. 

The Judiciary powers (\f th.e state are vestO'd in a; 
supreme court, coiisisiting ol'five JMSiices, chot^en eve- 
ry year, by the legislature; a county r:tjurt, consisting 
1 or' tliree justices, the cheifjustice being one ot' the jua-i: 
I tices oftne supreme court, chosen in tli<j same manner, 
f wlio hold couiLs twice a year in their rc.-jpective coun- 
I ties ; and ju^iticei ol' the peace appointed in the same 
I manner. 

I SUPREME COURT. 

I ILjn. .Sa:\iul:l Prentiss, Chitfjum'ice. 

J Xlon. Titus HuT^;Ui>.so>, 1 SI, J 

I Hon. Charles IL Wn.JA.'.yin, 2d,.(Assist<:mt ] 

I Hon. Stephek R!KveE, jr. Jd, C/uioiccb. i 

I Hon. Ephraim Paddock, 4ih, J \ 



I liENNrNGTON CO U.N TV. 

i Xatlian Burton, i ^ . . , , ,. 

i i^athan H. Eottum,V^^'''''''''^ "'''''''^' 

Samuel Cantieki, Slierijj\ 

J o h n VV rial, t , High Bui /if. 

Higidaml Hal!, Siides.Attornnj. 
Leonard Sargeant, Judii^s <fPr(^atcfoi' tl^ DislrUl of 

Sylvan us Danforth,.'^^''^'^"^ of Fn 
Bcnn 

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John Aikm. Cyrus Miinson, Aaron Baker, jail cotn- 
niissioners for M-anchester districi. 

John Norton, Jedediah Dewey, Aaron Robinson,; 
ijail commissioners for Bennington district. 

Peter Dudley, Nathan Varrin, Luman N'orton, Jo- 
siah Burton, Wright Spencer, road commissionerK. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Arlinglon. Sylvester Doming, Samuel Wilmot, A- ; 

sahel liurd, John Arnold, Martm C. Deming, Reuben \ 

jBorney. 1 

|i Benrang'nn. Daniel Ciiurch, William Henry, Johni 

IjHix, Stepiien Robinson, Austin Harmon, Jonathan B. i 

I Norton, Samuel H. Blackrner, Uriah Edgorton, Steb- 1 

fjbins Walbridge, Luman Norton, Orsaraus C. Merrill,! 

{Heman Robinson, Stephen Dewey, Joseph Sterrin,^ 

James Hubbell, Aaron Robinson, William Barber. | 

Dorset. Robert Bloomer, Garden B. Southard, A- is 

zel Morse, Benjamin Ames, Darius Moor, Dan Kent 

John Wheaton. 

Landgrove. Asa Utley, Gideon Davis, jr. Reuben 
Holt, jr. Simeon Leland. 

Manchester. Joel Pratt, Joshua French, William 
iSmith, Chester Clark, Lorain Dean, James Hickok, 
William Benedict, Gideon Burritt, John Aiken, Hen- 
ly Robinson, Ebenezer Chamberlain, Alexander Rob- ': 
inson, Leonard Sargeant, Joliu S. Pettibone. 

Peru. Peter Dudley, Josiah Barnard, Samuel 
Stone. 

Pownal. Sylvanus Donfortli, Joan Mooar, Nathan 
Varin, Samuel Wright, Timolliy Ware, Ezra Morgan, ' 
Plonarnan P. Bianchard, Isaac Kimball, David Gard- 
ner, Augustus Starkweather, Ethan Brown, Elijah 
Barber, Boutwood Wright. 

Rupert. Groove Moore, David Sheldon, jr. Bernice 
Raymond, Henry Sheldon, Joseph Parker. 

Readsboro\ Jonathan Houghton, Isaac Esty, Hen- 
ry Holbrook. 

' Shdfishiiry. John H. Olin, Artema^ Matteson, Na- 
than Ji. Cross, Jeremiah Matteson, Hiram Barton, 
Samuel Ames, Asa PL W^hipple. 



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j Stamford. Otis Philips, Jolin L. Wilmarth, Tliom- 

jas Bratton. 

j Sandgalc. Thomas Peck, John H. Sanderson, Ira 

Hurd. 

I Sunderland. James A. Graves, Truman Hicks, Jo- 

je] Kinney. 

Woodford. William Park, Elisha Lyon. 

Winhall. Reuben Brooks, Nethaniel Mellen, jun. 
Benjamm Thalcher. 

V/I>'DIIAM COUNTY. 

I John Roberts, ) ^ . , , r ,- 

' James L. Stark, \ ''^^"^^^"^ Justices. 

Paul Chase, Sheriff. 

Aaron Bamey, High Bailiff'. 

Alexander S. Campbell, S\ale's AWy. 
Samuel Elliot, Judge of Probate for Marlboro' district. 
IHorace Baxter, Judge of Probate for Westminster 
j diatrict. 

Martin Field, Josiah Taft, Marshal Miller, jail com- 
missioners. 

Aaron Barney, Manasseh Divoll, Samuel Knight, 
Amos Brown, Nathaniel Ward, road commissioners. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Adon. Ebenezer Huntington, Lemuel Farewell, 
Nathan Fisher. 

^ Athene. Abraham Ball, Thaddeus Alexander, Tim- 
jothy H. Whitney, Daniel Fuller, James Bailey, War- 
ren Tmkham, Joseph Tinkham. 

Brookline. Thomas Crane, William Perry, Alvin 
Boyden, Asa Flint, Samuel Stebbins, Israel Whitney, 
Jacob Burditt, 

Braitleboro\ Lemuel Whitney, Elnathan Allen, 
James Elliot, Russell Fitch, Stephen Grecnleaf, Fran- 
icis Goodhue, Epaphrodilus Seymour, Henry Clark, 
iEtnerson Goodenough, Levi Stoddard, John Plummer, 
i William F. Hall, Samuel Root, William R. Hayes, | 
iJoseoh Goodhue, Samuel Elliot, David Wood, Jesse 
French. 

Dover. Abner Perry, Gardner Howe. Reuben 

I Dean, David Burr, Ebenezer Jones, Nathan Dean, 
■Abraham Jones, Aaron P. Perry, William H. Hodges. 
— ■—Mini - '- ~ ' --'- 



Davitnersion. iMarshaJ Miiier, A-sa Kiiigtit, kSomu-j 
el Knight, Asa Boydon, David Bemis, Joseph Dix, Jo-' 
siah Taft, Joel Chandler, Enos Leoiiard, Asa Dutlon. 
jr. Rufus Moore, Joseph Duncan. ; 

Grnflnn. Benjamin Dwinnel, Tliaddeus Taylor., 
Barzillai Euro-ess, Nathan VV,heeler, ArteniaS {Spring, 
Samuel Walker. 

Guilford. Sn.mnel Sike.s,.John Phelps, Isnac Brown, i 
jr. Ward Biillaek, Dana Hyde, Benjamin W. Stevens, 
iJoshna [jynde, Cynis Carf>enter, James Noyes, Sani- 
lucl Cutting, Nathan Conant, Aaron Barney. 

Halifax. Darius Bullock, Asahel Ballou, Daniel 
Jones', Ir=anc Worden, -Samnel li. Miner, Wm. Plumb, 
George Boardman, Santbrd Plumb. 

JamaKU. „ Ezra Livermore, Timothy Goodale, A- 
raos Howard, 2d, Nathaniel Robbins, Peter K. Tatt. 
Samuel Barry, Zclotes Skinner, James Brown, jr. Al- 
pheus Kellogg. 

Londnndcrrv. Tyler Tinkham, John Aiken. Law- 
rence Pierce, Thomas S. Vial, Joseph Crosby, jr. Lu- 
ther Stowell, St-ephen Lawrence, Llisha White, Sam- 
uel Arnold, 

J)Iarlhorn\ Jon<!P Wliitncy, Jesse Cone, Oshea 
Smith, David Mather, Hubbard H. Winchester. 

JS''ewfane. Martin Field, Nathan Stone, Williaml 
H. Williams, Ephraim Park, Pardon T. Kimball, Pan!' 
Holland, Henry Wheelock, David Merrilield, Benja- 
min Ormsbse, Walter Eager, -Sylvanus Sherwin, Junl 
athnn Hall, Nahum Hougnton, Joseph Ellis. | 

Putney. Asa Washburn, Plorace Bliss, Ale.xnndei | 
Campbell, Asa Keyes, 2d, Phmens White, Otis Ha- 1 
ven, Joseph Winslow, James Fairbank, David Craw-| 
tbrd. I 

Rockingham. David Campbell, Peter Willard, Eb-j 
enezer Locke, Benj. Smith, jr. Alexnndor S. Camp-| 
bell, Calvin Webb, Ezekiel VVcston, Henry Lake, jr. | 
Solomon Wright, Horace Baxter, Daniel Kellogg 
Jonathan D. Bradley, Daniel Chandler, Artemas Rob- 
bins, Hiram Davis, Elijah Jones. 

Slralton. Abel Grout, Moses Forester, Asa Phil- 
ips, Richard Scott. 



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; :Somtrdet. JoiJiam Fike, Lutlier Alden, Ilazleton 
Rice. j 

, _ Townshend. Charles Phelps, Caleb Garfield, Cha-| 
I'pin Ho'.vard, Beiijanjin Dunklee. WaitstillR. Ranncv,! 
iArad Ilolbrook, Thomas Brown, John H. Brighaini' 
'Oliver Wilkinson, jr. Joel Chamberlin, Dana Bailey^j 
Joseph Tyler, Barnard Salisbury, Jacob Allen, jr. E-i 
paphrodiuis Ransom, William R. Shafter. | 

Wardsboto\ Asa Wheelock, Pearly Fairbank,! 
'Lelind Fairbank, Roswell M. Field, Joseph Converse,' 
jThnnias Barber, Peter Hammond, Nathaniel Ward. | 
I J^ernon. Cyrus Washburn, Joseph Franklin, Eli-, 
jah Stebbins, Jesse Lee, Nathan Wood. | 

JFestmmstci\ Epbraim Ranney, Abicl Goodell, E1-! 
lery Aibee, John SmiUi, Joseph Ranney, Josiah Wil-| 
!ard, Stephen Tuthill. 

! Wiutinghani. Amos Brown, Elisha Putnam, Ch's! 
II. Denison, Nathan Brown, Henry Closson, JoelB.! 
Eanies, Simeon Morse. ■ 

\^Wilminglon. Jairus Hall, Philo Castle, Charles K. i 
Field, John Pulcipher, George Breckenridge, Ephraimj 
iTyler, Russell Fitcli, Azof Smith, RiclTard Waste, 
^Ljncy Forbes. | 

I Windham. Richard Kelly, John Woodburn, Sam- 1 
uel Goddard, Zadock Sawyer, Timothy Burton, Niles; 
Aldrich, James White, William Harris. 

RUTLAiSD COUNTY. 

Heiirv Hodges, ) n ■ . -r . 

John P. Colburn, r^-"^"^^"^^^'«^ Jushces. 

Jonathan Dike, jr. SheriJ/. 
I' Chauncey Thrall, High BnUiff'. 

! Sflah H. Merrill, States Attorney. , 

jObadiah Noble, Judge of Probate, for Rutland district.' 
Uohn Meaeham, Judge of Probate, for Fairhavon dis- 
i trict. 

!!_ Jain^s D. Butler, Robert Pierpoint, William Hall, 
ijail commissioners. i] 

|| Preserved Fish, John Ruggles, Isaac GriswolJ, 0-| 
'badiah Noble, Daniel Farrington,road commissioners. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. { 

Benson. Isaac Griswold, Isaac Norton, Chauncev 



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SaiiLa, .leririe L^arkiii, Ureii JJickiiison, Asa Vounn^, 
Pnilo Wilcox, Marshal R. Mcacham, Samuel W. Fel- 
, lows, .Tolin Kellon-(.\ 

Brandon. .Tosiah Parmenter, Cliestcr Goss, Asn 

iBlackmorp, Mali hew W. Birchard, David Sanderson, 

iVVolcotr H. Keeler, Harvey Hal!, Jacob powers, Ed 

I ward Jackson, John Conant, Ezra June. 

I CastleLon. Reuben Moulton, Ezekiel Biiel, John 

jMason. tosiah G. Harris, .Selah H. Merriil, Benj. ¥.\ 

'Lang-don. | 

! Clarendon. Thomas Steward, Horatio jBeal^Lewis^ 

Walker, Thotnas Tower, Henry P^Iarsh, Daniel S.: 

Ewing, Joseph N. Hayes. Silas Bowen, Silas \V.\ 

Hod'/es, Oziel H. Round, Frederck Button. j 

ChiiUmden. Thomas Manly, Moses Randall, Dan^ 

Dike, Jonas Wheeler. j 

Banby. Barton Bromley, Ira Yail, Elijah Buel| 

James McDaniel, Benjamin Barnes. I 

Fairhaven. Barnabas Ellis, Tilly Gilbert, Moses 

Colton, John Jones. 

Huhbardion. Seth Wallis, David Barber, Samuel 
Cheever, Henij J. Jiorton, Zcbir.a Thomas, Ira Jen- 



nmirs. 



fra. Presorvcf] iPish, Whipple Martin, Russell 
IFish, Erwin Collins, Slukely Thornton, jr. Sclah 
I Moulton, Joshua PTarriniiton. 

I Jilendon. Rufus-Riehardson, Edward Muzzy, Amos 
blobinson, Nathan Fisher. 
I Middleiown. Jonas Clark, Gideon Miner, Jacob 
'Burnham, David Hibbard, Jonnthan Barce, Allen Vail.'j 

Jhmnt-l lolly. Katiian T. Sprntrne, John While,|i 
, kh\\\\\ Cole, Marvel Jolr.^.son, Humor Earl. \ 

li brweU. Joab Smith, Doras Bascomb, Rubuff; 
, White, 2d, Rosweil Bottom, jr. Ira Young, David, 
rCuftinn-Jr. Thomas D. Hammond. ^ [ 

i Faiij/ct. Oliver Hanks, Nathaniel Harmon, Jo,hn| 
;H. AndruF, Eii.dia Allen, David C. Blossom, Returnj 
'Stroncr. ! 

PiUrfl-hl. Erastus Holt, Eienzer B. Rockwe]!,! 
; Will iatn R. Blossom. ! 

i Poulhn-ii. Amos Thompson, Elisi ia A shley, John^ 



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Howe, William Ward, tSoioinuu (iiudinga, William' 
;L. Farniim, Joel Beaman, Moses G. Noyes, Almon 
i Warner, David Dewey. 

! RuVand. Moses Strong, Gershom Cheney, Chaun- 
icey Tlirall, Benjamin L«rcl, Moses Lester, Francis 
iSlason, William Page, Edmund Douglns, Nathan Os- 
jgood, Ambrose L. Brown,- Bobert Temple, Rodney' 

C. Royce, John Purdy, Amherst Lee, Benning Chat-, 
jterton, Isaachar Reed, Benjamin Smith. t 

I Piilsford. Gordon Newell, Jonathan Warner, Isaac; 
iVVheadon, liaac Brezoe, Lyman Granger, Samuel' 
;H. Iwllogg, Samuel Fairiield, Thomas F. Bouge, A-' 
ibel Pennfi-dd, Jirah Barlow. ! 

|l Sudbunf.—VclQX Reynolds, Thomas W. Hyde, Mo-' 
|;s9s [Tall, jr. James K. Hyde, Josepii VVarner. 
jl Skrewn'hury. — David Holden, Elijah Holden, John' 
IjKilburn, Zidon Edson, Ziba Aldrich, jr. Wm^ Marsii,' 
iiJohn Backrna2;ter. j 

I Sherburne. — Albro Anthony, Josiah V/ood, Wm.i 
ijLewiri.jr. Richard Eatabrooks, jr. | 

j: Tinmouth. — Obadiah Noble, Chad Phillips, Linus 
: Crampton, Wm. Vauglm, George Capron, Thomas 
|: Porter, jr. I 

[j Jfhunt Tabor.— Co.]eh Buflam, Silas Barrett, Dan-' 

I Waiiin!rford.—Moze]y Hall, Eliakim H. Johnson,;' 
i; Alexander Miller, Wm. Kent, Joseph Parker. \ 

ji ?TieA-/-f//,!;^-<?n.-Erastus Coleman, Seth G. Hitchcock,! 
■David Down:r-, Thomas Horton, 2d, ArLeinas Wymali,. 
[Jonathan Orms, David Kii;q-. " * 

i f^c/A?.— Rnvmond Hotchkiss, Seth B'cGsora, Aaron' 
IB. Tyler, Skabasl Lamb, Ansd Guodspecd, Elijah, 
iBattun. 



\\ Vv- 1X0-50 a coL:iTy. I 

li Samuel \Y. Porter, } ^ ■ , , - ,. 

I William Sleeie, _ ' \^^^^^^ctnt ja:^i>ccs, 

jj A.saph Fletclier, i.-. S/irri/r. 

\ J'iiui A. Pratt, Hi-s^k BaL'iiJ'. 

Ij WylJys Lyman, Slate's AiLuvnei/. 



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I "Jonathan WiiippIeTJu^lge of Probate, for Windyof| 

district, ,1. 

Isaiah Rayraond, Judge of Probate, for iriartlora:: 

district. -. , t • -i 

Benjamin Swan, Simon Warren, Job Lyman, jaii 

commissioners. 

Chester Baxter, Levi Jackman, TheophiUis xioyt,|| 

Daniel Lillie, John Brown, road commissioners 

j JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

I Andover.—Edw^ird Simons, Samuel Clark, Abraham ', 
Brown, Benjamin Morse, Orin Ilazictine. 

Baltimore. Jonathan Woodbury, Joshua Leland. \i 

Barnard. John Foster, Luther Chaney, Joso[)h B. 
Danforth, Alphous Howe, Charles Walcott, i.yman 
Steward, Calvin Green. 

^^i/,e/._Stcphcn Cleveland, Jonathan Marsh, i^u- 
ther Grover, Thomas P. Russell, Samuel Lillie, Wal-!^ 
ter Perrin, James Wallace, Daniel Lilhe. 

Brid^-cwaler.—ls-A'mh Raymond, James Walker, 
jThos. V. Voce, David Thompson. 

Caoendislu— Jesse Adams, Samuel Adams. Jabez 
IProctor, Christopher Webber, Asa ¥/hecler, tlorace 
iFletcher, Josiah'Gilson, Levi Jackman, Amos Wheel- 
ier, Abel Baldwin, James Smith, jr. | 

i C/ie^rer.— Amos Heald, Daniel Onion, Enos Loveil,i|:, 
ijr. Josiah Barnes, Thomas T. Barret, Wm. Henry, 
Jesse Stedman. , , r^ '! 

Hari/\jrd.— Jonas Tracy, James Udail, Aoc. i.ar-. 
ron, John Downer, Freoo-race Leavitt, Zerah j3rooics,!| 
John Strong, Zebulon Delano, David Newton, Lar-i;| 
Vey Noble, John Porter. Geo. Udall, Wyliys Lyman. ;| 
1 Hirtland.—'Lahdn Webster, Edward Swan, Jabesh| 
Hunter, Asa V/eed, Daniel Denis^n, Samuel Weedcn,| 
iTheophilus Hovt, Svlvester Marcy, Lewis Mcrntt,:^ 
Elias Bates, John R. Densmore, Suliivan ^iarcy, Isaac, ^ 
N. Cughman. , , -. il 

Ludlow.— As:uie\ Smith, Reuben Wasnburn, toj o- ' 
.phen Cummings, Joshua Warner, Moses Haven, Jo- 
seph Davidson, Levi Adams, Arioch Smith, Asa b. 
Barton, Jonas Dunn. ^ 

jYorwkh. Jacob Burton, Eleszer T. Raymond, j a 



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seph Emersun, Don J. Brigham, Jeremiau Blsseii, Joui- 
Slafter. 

Phjmoulh. — Emanuel Sawyer, Levi Slack, Asa 
Sr^ggs, jr. Reuben Taylor, Jabez Wood, John Lakin, 
j Samuel Page. 

Pomfret. Isaiah Tinkham, jr. John E. Doten. Da- 
ivid Chandler, Gardner VVinsiow, Gilbert Allen, Hen- 
ry Hewitt. 

Readinz. — Jonathan Shedd, Samuel C. Loveland, 
Charles Buck, Lemuel B. Washburn, William Felch, 
Simeon Buck, Thomas F. Hammond. 

Rochester. John Chaffee, Ephraim D. Briggfs, Sidne}'! 
S. Hemmingway, Luther Waters, Lyman Emerson, j 
Roijalton. — Elias Stephens, Rodolphus Dewey, Dan- 
iel Rix, Nathaniel Sprague, Jonathan Kinnev, Oel, 
I Billings, Oliver Wills, Silas Packard, Ehsha Rix. 
I Sharon. — Reuben Spalding, Rodolphus Brown, Johnj 
iBaldwin, Freeman Holt, Samuel Shuttleworth, jr. j 
j^ Springfield. — Asahel Powers, Elisha Bisbee, Beza-; 
lleel Wood, John Field, Nomlas Cobb, Phinehas T.; 
j' Wales, David Brown, Don Lovell, Noah Saiford, Rus-| 
|sel Burke, John Boynton, jr. Arthur Field, William; 
I Thayer, jr. j 

|r Slockhridge. — Rnfus Lyon, Joel Cooper, Daniel 
^t-Ranny, jr. Joseph Chamberlin. ! 

I TFealhersfield. — Thomas Prenti&s, Amos Hulett., 
I. Barnabas Dean, Daniel Bovv^en, Ebenezer Shedd, Dex-! 
|ter Smith, Joseph R. Williams, Joshua Uphara, Jacob' 
t Perkins. ' 

I Weston. — Henry Gray, Amos N. Burton, John Wil- 
|der, Henry Lovejoy. | 

t /F^in(/.vor.— Jonathan H. Hubbard, Asa Aikens, Al-[ 
^\2n Wait, Samuel Shuttleworth, Charles Leavens,! 
I Luther Mills, Daniel Reed, Carlos Coolige, Wni. G.i 
.|Hunter, Rufus Root, jr. Francis E. Phelps, NahumI 
^♦Swallow, licvi Bixby, Thomas Leland. | 

I Woodstock. — Benjamin Swan, Henry C. Denison, 
I Walter Palmer, Amos Warren. Gaius Perkins, Jesse' 
I Williams, Howland Simmons, Bela Simmons, Samuel 
^ Damon, Billy Brown, Richard M. Ransom, Jacob Holt. 
^Daniel Taft, EUpiialet Dunham, Edwin Hutchinson. 



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ADPiSOX COUNTT. 

Dorastus Wooster, ) ,, . ^ , j , 
o-i TT T • \ Assmani Justices. 

Silas li. JGnison, ( 

Lyman Selick, Shcrijf. 

John Hovvdcn, High B aw [f. 

Georg-e Chipman, Slate s Jliiorney. 

Snmuel Swift, Judge of Probate for the disctrict of|g 

Avlnison, 

I Ezra Ho}'t, Judge of Probate for the district of New I 

.Haven. 

j Joel Doolitile, Charles Lindsley, Win. Sladc, jail 

jcoinmkssioners for Addison co. 

I Nonh Hivvley, John H. Sherill, Geo. W. Rogers, 

•jail Cunimissioricrs for the city of Verg-ennes. 

I Jonathan Hos't, jr. Jonathan Ilagar, John EullocIv.| 

{.Marshals. Doty,Elisha Ferguson, road commission- j 

|ers. i 

1- .tu';ttces of TT:r, pf.acf,. I| 

j Addisnn-. — K\zi\ Crane, Henry Binith, Wm. H.|| 

iPic!i:ett, Eraslus Swift, Henry IlrtcvorL, Aarcn Jack-i| 

•son, Gideon Seo-ar, jr. I' 

I Bridport. — -Benjarnin Miner, jr. Cnlvin Solace, C.n-|| 

jleh Smiih, Ebenczer Allen, Gardner Convevf?e, Jo:'cp]i| 

;C. Eidridg-e, James Fietclicr, Reuben Gillelt, jr. Sen-:| 

ieca y\nstin, Georn-e Gale. . il 

BristoL—R^cn Hollcy, John IJov^dcn, Luther!| 

iNewcomb, Refus H. Barnard, Henry Sr.ppr, Philetus'| 

!Pier, Winte-r H. Holley, Amos Eddy, 17: iah Koyi, I 

Horatio Needhnm, Daniel S. Parm^dee, Hiram At-i^ 

wood, Gershom Hall, Plarvey Munseli. ji 

Cornwall. — Hornce Janes, Hornce L;n>,l'.-'y, Asahelil 

Binodiam, Jesse Ellsworth, \Ym. Ilcmiltor;,' Chaunc-.-li 

Cook. ■ , 

iv;rrj<?o!^;\5-/i.~TiiPfplidus Middlt^brookp, Stoddard,! 

Martin, Rpssel Rc.,o;er.<!, Allen Ada;ns, Ca;eh Sherman.il 

Stephen Be^ch, Archibald Co'lins- Kooi) W. Porter, 

[rrt Tnpper, ^eth ^Varner, Nicholos Gnindor. 

Go?.7^n. — Nnthun Capon, Reuben Aden, Abiadier 

:vn'inp. r^ loses Kinsinan." 

H'tnrnrk. — Zcrah BarnpR, Charles? G. Ilobins, To- 

■b'h P. B-or^ks', Nnthn;i Curr. 



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Kingston.— Joseph Patrick, L.aae Parker, J^i' 

i Peck, Thorijos Kin^-. j 

Lincoin.— John Brish, Isaac Houston, James Batter | 

field, I^iaiah Green, Valentine Varnpy, Peter Johnson.' 

ILticcster.—Wv:i. Gile, Stephen Smith, Geo. M.' 
Fitch. i 

J'ljrJcttm.— Johnson Finney, John Barnum, JohiJ 
I Bacon, Stoddard Mollis, Win. Tracy, Arzy C. Dean,! 
jLuman B. Smith, Wfn. Eiliotl, Hiram Smith, Nathanl 
1 Smith, Roderick Baldwin, Daniyl Collins. 
I ^ Juiddleburt/.— Robert B. Bates, Sanmel S. PhelpsJ 
jS^^th Siorrs, Peter Starr, Nathan Case, Maatin Ev-i 
jarts, Janie3 Jewett, Hiram Munger, Charles Linsley,| 
;Jona. Hagar, Norman Tapper, Geo, Chipman, Geo.',, 
|C. Loomi^, Harvey Bell, Ji>el Doolitile, Oaias Sey-^i 
'moar, William Slade, Santiuel Swift. |i 

jYewhaven.— J QTi&Ahdin Hoyt, jr. Othniel Jewett, jJ 
C. Bradley, Martin Eno, Daniel Twitchell, Lemuel B.j 
Eldridge, Calvin Sqnires, Joseph Evarts, VVm. NashJ 
Josiah Packer, Elia3 Bottarn, Mvron GrinncU, Ira Gif-^ 
ford. " I 

Panton. — Silas Tappan, Friend Adams, Samuel; 
Shopard, \Vm. Myrick, Enoch Kent, Jesse Grandy,ll 
Norman Munson, Abner G. Holcomb, Silas Pond. 

RiptGn.—Dd.m'A Chipman, Marshall Miller, Cal- 
vin Pier. 

Srdisbiiry.— Reuben Saxton, John M. Weeks, Wm. 
Morton, Aipheua Taylor, Aaron Barrowa, Gary Allen,! 
Ebenezer N. Brijirs, Ellery Howard, Jonathan''Giison ' 

Shorckum — Elisha Bascomb, Ebenezer Bush, Ud 
ney H. Everest, Samuel H. Holley, Aaron Lawrence.i 
Joseph Smith, 2d, John S. Hunsden, Isaac Chip-; 
man, Davis Rich, Kent Wright, Leyi O. Birchard,! 
Lewis Hunt. ~ j 

Siarksbo rough.— Eh jn.h Fer;Tnson, Johr. Hill, 3d.; 
Almon Atvvood, Asel Wentworth, Myron BushnelJ,' 
Sumual Bushnell. ' j 

Vcrgennes. — Belden Seymour, VVm. V/hite, Amos; 

11 W. Barnum, Enoch D. Woodbridge, Noah Ilawley: 
j Samuel B. Booth, Luther Chamberlain, William Bar-| 
i rit, Natha n Ilask ins, D an iel W . Bulklev, Hozaelt 



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Sherman, Horace Onion, Samuel Wilson, Wm. P. 
Brown, P. C. Tucker, Ville Lawrence. 

JFaltham.—Lnihov Evarts, Solomon Hobbs, Beert 
Tcmlinson, Ezra A. Burrill, Christopher Dennison, 
jr. George FisLer. 

IVeijhridge. — Elijah G. Drake, Thomas Jewstt, T. 
W. Twitchell, Samuel Juraes, Joscpli Hay vvard, Asaph 
Hayward. 

Whiting. — James O. Walker, Epliraim Moulton, 
Josiah Simonds, Moalton Needham. 

ORANGE COUNTY. 

William Spencer, } ^^,,.,^^,„^ j^,.^,,,. 
Daniel Cobb, ( 

Abel Carter, Sheriff. 
Peter Bates, High Bailiff. 
William Nuttino-, State's Attorney. 
Frederick Grisvvold, Judge of Probate, for the dis- 
trict of Randolph. 

William Spencer, Judge of Probate, for the district 
of Bradford. 

John W. Smith, Jason Steele, Harry Hale, jail com- 
missioners. 

Jonathan Jenness, Stewart Brown, Leonard Fare- 
well, Richard Smith, Abiel Smith, road commission- 
ers. 

JUSTICES or THE PEACE. 

Bradford. — Daniel Martin, Timothy Underwood, 
Oliver Hardy, Richard Aldrich, William Wilson. 

Braintree. Lyman Kidder, David Partridge, Sam-i 
uel Riford, Daniel Wait, jr. Jonathan Bass, Rufusj 
Hutchinson. 

Broolcfield. Barna Bigelow, Nathaniel WheatleyJ 
Enoch Slade, W^illiam M. Alvord, Waldo W. IngallsJ 
Luther Wheatley, Elisha Allis, jr. Thomas Kingsbu-j 
ry, Simon Ctdton. j 

' Chelsea. Josiah Dana, Joel Tinker, Jason Steele,! 
Joshua Dickinson, John W. Smith, Harris E. G. Mc-, 
Laughlin, Asahel Bliss, Urbane Lathrop, D. Azro A,j 
Buck. I 

Corinth. — Samuel Hazletine, Pilchard Smith, Josh-j 



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•ja Merrill, Ezekiel True, Ephraim U''ard, GouidrsDun 
Taplin, Winthrop Green, Harvey Dearborn, iSJose; 
\Va]]ace, Amos C. Tenney, Stephen Eaton, John Ro-i 
by, Daniel Woods, jr. : 

Fairlee. — Thomas Straiten, Robert Gilmore, Jarnesi 
Morrison, Phinehas Bailey. \ 

JVeifbury. — Justin Gale, Abel Underwood, Abner' 
B. W. Tenney, Jsaac Bailey, Charles Jolinson, Jonas' 
Tucker, Levi Rogers, Moody Grow, James Bailey, 2d, | 
Stephen Powers, jr. Ephraim Stevens, Abner Bailey,; 
Jonas Clark, Pct-jr Bnrbank. j 

Orange, Luther Carpenter, John StacyiThaddeus! 
Clapp, Moses Sargeant, Christopher Richardson, Na-| 
than Foster. 1 

Randolph. Benjamin Bujbee, John Glidden, Enoch 
Hebard, Lebbeus Edg-erton, Martin Flint, Chauncey 
Hayden, Micah Mann, Calvin Blodgett. Belcher Salis- 
ihary, Jacob K. Parish, Fraucis Dow, John Moulton. 

Slrnfj o)'d. -h\m3.n Benson, Stephen Morrill, Leon- 
ard Walker, David Morrill, Pliny Day, Nathan Young, |j 
John Burnham, Frederick Smitii, jr. 

Thcfford. — Lyman Fitch, Wm. Ileaton, Samuel 
Daniels, Wm. Thayer, Timothy P. Bartholomew, 
rJohn C. Hammond, John Kali. Presbury West, jr. 
David Brace, Steplien Eastman, Simeon Sliort. 

To^j.sAcm.— Samuel Eutterfield, Jesse Putnam, Ed- 

mond George, Levi Tabor, David Mills, Aaron San-I; 

born, Warren Ives, David Corliss, David Bagley, jr. j. 

B. P. Smith. 1 

|i Tunbridge. Elijah Dickerman, Eli Austin, Charles' 

|B. Chandler, Ebenezer Plackett, George Weymouth,; 

lAraos Huthinson, Ziba Gifford, Isaac How. ; 

i Vershire. — Thomas Keyes, George W. Maltby,| 

I'Wm. Prior, Rufus Blanchard, Simeon Bacon. I 

f Washingto-.t. —^^.coh- Bliss, Thomas Pope, Simon | 
French, Asa Burton, Stewart Brown. '5 

Wed Fair>ac.—Wm. Niles, Darius Child, Elishal 
.jWild, jr. Isaac Lyon, Asa Baldwin, Jabez Lanphear.l 
I Williasnsioivn. Levi Smith, Joel Bass, Ariel Crane, | 
5» Abial Smith, Jarrips Hatch, James Lynde, Aaron S.J 
I Martin, Sim.-:o:< V/ight. ij 



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j CHITTENDEN COUNTY. 

Alvan Foote. ) n . , . t t- 
T^v ^ ' > Jlssistant Justices. 

j Moses Bliss, Sheriff'. 

j Benjamin Woodman, High Bailiff'. 

I Charles Adams, Slate's Attorney. 

i Win. P. Briggs, Judge of Probate for the district 

'of Ciiittenden." " li 

AJvan Foot, Geo. P. Marsh, Truman Seymour 
commissioners of jail de]ivery. 

William Rhodes, Truman Chittenden, Levi Corn- 
stock, Lemuel B. Piatt, Luther Dixon, road commis- 
sioners. I 

JUSTTCCS OF THE PTACE. | 

Bolton. — Samuel B. Kennedy, Asa Stockwell Mo- 1 
ses L. Colton, Jolm Pinneo. | 

Bur/in:;ion. — George Robinson, Isaac T. Hyde.g 
Isaac Warner, Hemaa Allen, Nathan B- Haswelhl 
Charles Russell, Charles Adams, Ebeneser Brown, !| 
John N. Pomeroy, Burrill Lane, David Russell, (jeoil 
|P. Marsh, Guy Callin, John Johnson, John W. Par-I 
!tridge, Timothy Follett, Samuel Nichols, John Var I 
Sicklin, jr. Bostwick Tourley, Amos Blodgett, Johnl 
J. Fay, Wmc Evarts, John P. Richardson, Andrev.! 
iThompson, Enos Blinn, Luraan Foote. 
I Co/t7ic.y^er.— -Daniel P. Adams, John W. Weaver. 
'Jacob Rolte, Joseph E. R^hodes, Peter Newcumb,; 
John Hyde, NohIi Wolcott, Udney II. Penniinan, j 
Charlotte. — Wm. Pc^ase, Jolm Strnng, Jeremial;i 
Barton, Joseph D. Farnsv^/orrh, Wm. ]N'i)bie, Lutijoi' 
Stone, jr. David Cook, Aaron L. Beach, Geo. Sliormcn 
Wni. Sherman, P. E. Hewitt, Benja. Simons, Everet; 
Rich, Geo. Newell, Heman tlosh^fd. j 

i Essex. — Biile B. Butler, Samuel Pnge, Solomon Ea-ji 
kcr, Michael Sinclair, Ezra Slater. Ebcnezer Thomp-i| 
son, Reuben Barrett. i| 

j Hinesburgh. — Ednvand Baldwin, Erastus BoEt\vick.|! 
John M. El'dridge, Mitchell Hinsdill, Henjan R. Smith, l| 
Anson Munson, Nahum Peck. ! 

Huniington. — James Ambler, jr. Luman E. liove-'' 



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land, Nathaniel Norton, Jeremiah ReiJiiJj;^lun, Enoch 
H. Smith, Selah Ambler. 

Jerico. — Thomas Reed, Lyman Field, Lemue] 
Blackman, Arthur Bostwick, Eleazer Hutchins, Oli- 
ver Lowrey, Geo. F. Porter, VVm. A. Prentiss. 

J)Iansfie!d. — Nathaniel Butts, Geo. Town, Ivory 
Luce. 

jVilfcn. — Gideon Hoxie, Jacob Davip, Boyd H. 
Wilson, Ithrean Abbott, Warren Hoxie, Albert G. 
Whittemore, Phelps Smith. Ephraim Herrick, Emory 
Mason. 

Richmond. — Edward Jones, Amos B. Cooper, Ar- 
temas Flagg, Thadeus Crane, Benoni Thompson, 
Amos B. Bishop, Reuben Nims, Wm. P. Briggs, Oli- 
ver Shepard. 

St. George. — Reuben Lockwood, Lewis Iligly, 
Horace Ferris, James Sutton. 

Selburnc. — Levi Comstock, Samuel Blinn, Nathan- 
iel Gage, Elihu Russell, Luman Judson, Asahel Nash. 
VnderhUl. — William Barney, Ibaac J. Bourne, Pe- 
ter Martin, John IL Tower, Augu&tin Smith, Jona-; 
than Woodwarth. | 

Westford. — Ebenezer Bowman, Uriah Stev;art. 1- 
saac Chase, Ziba Woods, Danfonh Walet-, Jonas Ho-! 
bart, Hiram Casile, David Hazeltine. I 

fFiliision. — Truman Chittenden, Solomon Miller,' 
David French, Chauncey Brownell, John Brown, jr 
I Nathan Allen, David Isham, Brigham C. Wright, S.; 
,A. Brownell, Joseph Bradley, Willey Whipple. 
j 

i AVASHI^GTON COUNTY. 

C1I 1 1 \Tri- '' 1 i Assistard Justices. 
Shubael Wheeler, ^ 

Rawsel R. Keith, Sheriff. 

Chester Nye, Hi^j:h Baiiiff. 

William Upham, Stale's JUorney. 
Jeduthun Loomis, Judge of Probate, for Washington' 
: district. j 

I Cyrus Ware, George Worthingtun, Joseph Reed 
I jail commissioners. 



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Stephen Pitkin, Joel Warren, Matthias S. Jones, 
Daniel Moody, Joshua Y. Vail, road commissioners. 

I JUSTICES OF THE TEACE. 

I Barre. Stephen Freeman, Warren Ellis, Joseph 
[Ripley, John Thwing, Lucius B. Peck, Chapin Keith, 
;Josepli Tjjompson, Smith Sherman, Winthrop T. 
iJackraan, Lawson Harrrington, Peter Johonnot, jr. 
j Berlin. Abel Knapp, Ebenezer Bailey, Josiahlien- 
jamin, Zenas C. Dewey, James Paddock. 
i Calais. LovelKelton, Caleb Curtis, Gideon Hicks, 
Lemuel Perry. 

Duxbury. No than Huntley, John L. Kennedy, 
Ashbel Griffith, Horace Grifiith. 

FJmo7^e. Jonathan Bridge, Peleg Scofield, Samuel 
Smith, Abner Dot\^ 

Fay. 'don. Theophilus Bixby, Peter Drew, William 
Sherman. 

Jylordpelier. Josiah Wing, Parley Davis, Joseph 
Wing, Joel Bassert, NatliauTel C King, Salvin Col- 
lins, Timothy Hubbard, Cyrus Ware, Joseph Howes, 
liTirnothy Merrill, Daniel Baldwin, Oramel H. Smitii, 
Daniel P. Thompson, Calvin J. Keith, Th : Reed, jr. 
Ezekiel P. Walton, John Spalding, Joshua Y. Vail, 
Nathan Jewett. 

Marshjleld. Horace Holllsler, Jacob Putnam, Jer- 
emiah Carleton, Dyer Downing, Wiiliani Martin, Ed- 
I'vvin Pitkin. 

jMiddlescx. Nathaniel Carpenter, Daniel Hough- 
kon, Horace Holden, David Hcrringlon. Elijah Holden. 
< Jilorelouoji. Set!) Munsau, Ceplias Carpenter, Ru- 
Ifud Clapp, Ebenezer Johnson, Oramol D. Skinner. 
} J-forikjiald. Jesse Averill, Nalhaniel .1 ones, Elijah 
jSmith, jr. Joseph Vv'iiiiams, John L. Buck. 
j Pl'iwjlehl. Jcreniy Stone, Jabez L. Carpenter. 
iDenjamin Whipple, Deenon Wiiittiescy. 

Roxburij. Jonathan F. Rugglos, Isaiah ShaV/,| 
iCharles Sampson, Samuel M. Orcutt, Uriah Richard- 1 
json, Nathan Morse. ij 

StoiD. Nathan Robinson, Asa Raymond, Thomas j 
[B. Downer, Riverins Camp, Abner Fuller, Philip | 
'Smith, Daniel Moody I 



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Waterbury. Horace Atkins, Solomon ?\e\vcomb, 
James Smaliey, Paul DiliiiiCTham, jr. 

Warren. Joseph A. Curtis, Joseph A. Hyzer, Te- 
han Rising, David Ralph, Zerah Munt-ell, Moses Sar- 
geant, jr. 

Waitsjield. Jenison Jones, Lynde Wait, Matthia.- 
S. Jones, Jason Carpenter. 

Worvesler. Amos Rice, Artemas Ricliardson, Al- 
len Vail, Ophir Leonard. 



Samuel Sias, f Assistcoxt Justices. 



CALEDOMA COUNTY. 

Timothy P. Fuller, \ 
Silas Houghton, Skerijf. 
George W. Drew, High Bailiff. 
Charles Davis, State's Attorney. 
Benjamin F. Deming, Judge of Probate 
Benjamin F. Deming, Aaron Porter, Samuel Col- 
lins, jail commissioners. 

Abner Morrill, EliasBemiss, Ariel Aldrich, Nehemi- 
ah Bradlee, Silas Underwood, road commissioners. 

JU3TICKS OF THE PEACE. 

Barnel. William Shearer, William Gilkerson, Wil- 
liaTi Warden, Levi P. Parks, Silajs Harvey, Henry 
Stevens, Hugh Somers, 2d. James Gilchrist, Robert 
Har/ev, Walter Harvey. 

Burh. Elanj White. Rufus Newell, Rufus God- 
ding, G-ilen Hunter, Joel Trull. 

Cabot. Thomas Osgood, Joseph Fisher, John Da- 
mon, Leonard Orcutt, Ebenezer Smith, John W. Da- 
na, Eiihu Coburn, TrustomC. Hoyt, Theron Howard. 
Anthony Perry. 

I Danville. Aaron Porter, Abner Harris, Jomes M. 
I Morrill, John A- Stanton, Amos CJement, Geo. B. 
Shaw, Joseph Mornll, 2d. Archelans Sias, Samuel B. 
I Mattocks, Benjamin F. Deming, Ebenezer Thompson, 
Oliver Morse, Geo. VV. Drew, Augustine Clark, Asa 
S&rgeant, Charles Davis, Samuel Collins, William 
Mattocks. 

Groton. John Darling, jr. Reuben Whittier, John 
Heath, Medad Darling. 



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I Hardwick. Enoch Bayley. Enochi Smith, Ethan H- 

fNichols, Bnrnabas.D.Uy, Joseph Patch, Orvy Crosby, 

|';L::'vi Goodrich, Daniel French, Luke Goss, Jacob 

I Paine. 

I Kirhy. Josiah Joslyn, Daniel Larned, James Church. 

I Li/ndon. Isaiah Fisk, Josiah C. Willard, Isaac 

|;FietchGr, Geo. C. Gaboon, Al])iieus Fletcher, Ephraim 

i Chamberlin, William Gaboon, Ceiijamin Walker, Asa 

ISiViith, Samuel W. Winsor, Job Randall. 

°j JVewarlc. Eleazer Packer, Mills Coe, Rufus Kin- 

iney, jr. Philemon Hartwell. 

Pcacham. John W. Chandler, Jonathan Elkins, 

Reuben Blanchard, John Mattocks, Chester W. Bloss, 

Nicholas C. Buswell, Hazen Merrill, Geo. W. Clark,! 

Nehemiah Bradlee, Ezra C. Chamberlin, Josiah Shedd, 

Erastus KellofrGf. 

Ryegaie. William Gray, John Nielson, Abram 

I Paige, Jabez Bigelow, Archibald Park, Nathaniel 

Knin'ht, Robert Whitelaw. 

St. Johnshury. Luther Clark, Pres West, Simeon 

Cobb, Jery Dickerman, Ebenezer Cushman, Josiah 

Gaire. 

j Sheffield. Moses Davis, Hezekiah Bickford, Mas- 

{tin M. Miles, Reuben Miles, David Woodman, James 

iTovvnsend. 

Ij Sutton. Jacob C. Morrill, William Brock way, 

Wells Wav, Thadeus Curtis. Roswell Cheney, Na- 

tlianiel C. Kibbey, David Stoddard, Jacob Blake, Jo-! 

el Trull, jr. Thomas True. j 

JValden. James Bell, Adam Amsden, jr. Jonathan 

Baan, William Montgom.ery, Leonard Farrington,] 

Daniel Wooster, Hanson Rcgers, Thomas Farrington, 

Nathaniel Perkins, jr. Nathaniel Farrington, jr. 

Waterfurd. Robert Taggard, Joseph Armington, 

Amos Kinne, Silas Gaskill, Luther Knight, Sylvanus 

ripmmi no-way. 

j Wkeclock. Josiah Laup, Israel Porter, Dudley 

Clark, Jonathan Taylor, Abner Morrill. 

Woodbury. Benjamin Fowler, David Herrick, Eb- 
enezer Bruce, Enoch Blake, Joel Cilley. 
Goshen Gore. Elihu Sabin. 



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FRANKLIN COUNTV. 

Joel Barber, ir. ) ^ ., , r ^• 
^ /^ > -Assistant Justices-. 

(jreorg-e (Treene, ) 

Timolhy Foster, Sheriff. 

Decius R. Boguo, High Bailiff. 

John Smith, State's Attorney, 

Seth Wetmorc, Judge of Probate for the district of 

Georgia. 

Julius Hoyt, James Davis, Jeduthun Spooner, jail 

commissioners^. 

Thomas Waterman, William Barber, Joab Smith, 

Cornelius Wood, Eleazer Sewell, road commissioners. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

BaJccrsfield. Benjamin Ball, Joel Parkhurst, Cal- 
vin Ewings, Comfort Barns. 

Belviclere. Tdoody Shattuci^, Jloses Phelps, Na- 
thaniel Hodgkins. 

Berkshire. Brainard Bradley, John Le\vis. Harvey j 
Clark, Amherst Willoughby, Joseph Smith, Nathan | 
iHamilton. j 

Cambridge. James E. Gilmore, Nalbaniel Read,jr. I 
Lewis Parker, IJenrv SLUweli, Newell Hunt, Oel Saf-| 
ford, Egbeit Powell, Eeriah Curtis, Isaac N. Eulkley,! 
Thomas Ellenwood, Joim Wilson. Nathaniel Sears. ! 

Eriosh-nrgh. Jehiel R. Barnnm, William Barber, 
Austin Fuller, Thomas Fuller, Thomas M. Pollard, 
Charles Stevens, Joseph Waller. 

Fairfax. Shilomath S. K?J1, Churchill Sampson. 
Alfred Wheeler, Aaron S. Beeman, Joseph Hunt, Ho- 
mer E. Hubbell, Jam^s Bellow?. Jo=r-ph Eep'.ian. 

Fairfield. Samuel P. Hull, Aaron Burr, John Leach, 
Ira Foot, Joab Smith, Joseph Sovvle, Mariin Prindie, 
Elijah Sherman, Benjamin Fairbanks, Harmon Nor- 
thop, Jared Spalding. 

Fletcher. Zcri^h 'Willoughby, Ellas Blair, Joseph 
Robinson, Nathan L. Holmes. 

Franklin. Reuben Towle, Jolm C. Colcord, Enos 
Persons, Paul Gates, Elisha Bascomb, William Fel- 
ton. 

Georgia. Ira Ilinkley, Elijah Baker, Solomon Bliss, 
jr. D-^riiel Sabin, Jnmes Hotchkiss, Ahner D. Permoit. 



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Hi.g/i<(af.e. Conrad Sax, John Niles, Jes?e Cut]er,| 
I JosejDli B. Cutler, Jesse Carpenter, Luther Hyde, Ed- 
jward C Haskins, Harris P. Johnson, Charles H. Jen- 
! ison. 

Johnson. Daniel Dodge, Joseph Waterman,. Thom- 
as Waterman, John Hohnes. Erastus D. Hubbell. 

Moni[!;omcry. Richard Smith, Eli W. Bush. 

Rkliford. Samuel Heath, Jesse Woodruif, Caleb 
rloyce, Alden Sears, Samuel Farrer, Jonathan Car- 
penter. 

SLeriiii.^. Moses Vilas, Jonathan Merrill. 

Sheldon. Daniel Smith, Ohver A. Keith, Elihnj 
Goadsell, Alanson Webster, Charles E. Gallup, Will-; 
iani Gi-een. I 

Sivardon. Georce Green, Jarib Jackson, Danieln 

j Mei^-s, Benjamin Fay, Shadracli iJathaway, Korivian 

L. Whitemore, Williajn Farrar, Ira A. Van Duzoe, 

I Isaac Manser, Jeremiah Sanborn, Carey Clark, Na- 

jtiianiel Cleaves, Lnrenzo Perry, Alleii Pratt. 

St. Albans. Setii W^etmore, Abijah Stone, Jdliuc 
'lloyt, Urial Smith, William H. Wi'lkius, Oman Ful- 
ler, Samuel Barlow, Stepiien Lawrence, jr. Beiijatnin 
H. Smaliy, JJavid Reed, Ralph Lassel, fleman Green, 
Lutiier B. Ilun*, lioraee Junes, larael P. Richardson, 
John Suiith, Bates Turtier. 

JFaierviilc. Joseph Rowell, Sylvanus Eaton, Mo-- 
ses Fisk, Antipas Fletclicr, Luther Poland, James Ho 
mer, Jesse C. iiulmes, Osgood M'Farlanu, Stejdieii 
Leach. 

onr.';ANs couktv. 

Nathaniel P. Sawyer, } n ■ . , r ,■ 
T T3 1 • > Jissisiam Justices. 

Jasper Robn;ison, ( 

Thus. Jameson, Sheri//'- 

Johii Harding-, Higk Bailiff. 

Ehsh;! H. Starkweatlicr, State's AUurney. 
John Kimbail, Judge of Probate tor the distiict of 
I Orleaiis. 

|| John Kilam, Joseph Wiggins, Eleazer Howard. 
I jail conimissiiJiicrs. 
! Cb:irl'^s Kinoshurv, Jtdin Bnnrftman, Jolm Hardnin- 



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I Joseph Scott, Abner Flanders, road commissioners. 

' JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

j Albany. John Skinner, .John Fairman, Eli Cham- 
jberlin, jr. Bela T. Jones, Wiliiam Rowell, Rufus B. 
jHovev, John N. Hight, Dyar Bill. 

Barton. James May, Oliver Blodgett, Gilbert Ei- 
llis, John Kimball, John H. Kimball. 
j Browninglon. Elijah Strong, Amherst Stewart, 
I Gilbert Gross, Luke Spencer. 

Coventry. David riuogins, Thomas Guild, Peleg 
Redfield, Argalus Harmon, Elijah Cleveland, Thomas| 
Baldwin, Joseph Hazleline, Ebenezer M. Gray, Philip 
[Flanders. 

! Crnftshury. Jos' ph Scott, William Scott, Samuel 
French, WiUiam Graves, Isaac Hovey, James A. Pad- 
duck, i 
Derby. Isaac Severance, Raflis Stev>7art, Jacob: 
jChace, John Stewart, James Way, Jacob Bates, Lu-j 
idler Newcomb, Charles Kingsbury, Timothy Hinman 
! Eden. Eli limds, jr. Clark Fisk, Massah Bassett 
: Charles Whitemore, John Brown. 
I Glover. Joim Crane, John D<;aruman, Joseph Ow 
'en, Thomas Baker, Seth T. Shaw, Charles Hardy. 
! Grcensborough. Willard Lincoln, Samuel Hill,'; 
George A. IMorey, Joseph Chapman, Stephen Sher-|| 
]man. !| 
{ Holland. jMicah Ferrin, Truman Fairchild, jr. Josli-j 
;ua French. 

i Hydepark. Abncr Flanders, Levi Edgerton, David 
I Clemens, Marvin G. Glazier, James Newland, Breed 
j Noyes. 

I Irasburgh. John Killam, Joseph Wiggins, Joseph 
^Kidder, Moody B. KimbaiJ, Samuel Wells, jr. Norman 
j Cleveland, Zadock Bloss, iVmos Dodge, Elisha LL 
j Starkweather. 

I Jay.—'EW Hunt, Ebenezer Sanborn, Madison Keith. 
I Kellyvale.—John Harding, Daniel Sanborn, Otis 
iLeland, Elijah Buxton, Thomas Proctor. { 

J\lorgan. — Jotnara Cumraings, L'a Leavens, Ruel? 
I Cobb, Wm. Colby. ; | 

I J\Iorristown. — Samuel Cook, Abial Eaton, Jedediah] 



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5 . _ 

|SaiTbru, David T. Noyes, Elisha Herrick, Isaac Al- 
slier), Joseph Scars, Jonathan Cook, Luther Bingham, 
^ Asa Cole. 

Charlestcn. — Abner Allyn, Winthrop Cole, Jonas 
I Allen, J. R. Hidden, Elisha Eino-ham. , 

I Js'ewport. — Samuel Warner, Seymour Lane, Israeli 
I S. Scott, Elias Eastman. '' 

■' .Sa/e??i.— Noyes Hopkinson, Moses Pike, Oran Lathe, • 
Joseph Crandall, Josiah Lyon. i 

I Troy. — Geo. Flint, Ezra Johnson, James Craino,' 
'Frederick Fuller, Samuel II. Hovoy, Uriel C. Hatch, 
jlSamuel West. 

i Wes'jield. — James Brown, Jera Hodgkin, Jairus 
iStebbens, Silas Lamb. 

I Wolcott. — Nathaniel Jones, jr. Ephraim Ladd, Tli. 
'Tavlor, Jona. Sunlh. 



ESSEX COUNTY. 



David Hopkinson, jr. } ^^,,-^^^^,f j^^^^-^^ 
Nathaniel Beeci, \ 



Henry Hall, Sheriff. 

Oiis Wallace, High BailHt. 

David Hibbard, jr. States Jlltorney. 

Royal Cutler, Jiidgfi of Probate. 
Moody Rich, Rich Stevens, Naiiianiel Eelcher, 
i iail comrnissioncrs- 
V Nathaniel Beech, Rich Stevens, Jason Sherman,, j. 
li^Milchei Silsby, Oliver Cuttin;;, road con^raissioners. jj 

i'l JUSTICES OF TiiE PEACE. |j 

S| 5r;m5ii?icA:.— Bonia. Brown, Thos. G. French. j: 

i Cfmuwi.— Josiali Parmole, Nathaniel Nichols, Na- 1 
tthaniel Beech, James D. Heath, James Steele, Oliver j 

'l^^^^^- ^... , ..., ,,. , j 

?■! a;;,CTrd— Jonathan S. Jolmson., J^Jnau iiilh .lich- 1 

j'ardson Graves, Jason Badcock, Piesion Tnayer, Har- j 
I'vev G. Frye. 1 

^i Gwi/./Aa//.— Timothy Fairchild, Oliver Woods, Hor-, 
I'ace Hubbard, Jason Sherman, David Demsnn, Ren- j 
^bnn W. Freeniam, Seth Gushman, 3ohn S. y^f-^'s,! 
*Homan Howe, NaLhaiiiel Belcher, Amos IloseDrcoM,; 
: J-.'.nathan Wh'P))le 



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Jlaidstone.— Daniel Rich, GustavusH. Hall, Joseph 

Merrill, jMoocly Rich. 

Granh');. — Joseph Gleason, ivlartin Joslyn. 

Lv.nenburgh.—\Yjn. Gates. John Chandler, Abel 

■Johnson, Simeon liowo, jr. Spencer Clark, Stephen 

IIowo, jr. ^ _ I 

Lemington. — Ebcnezer Blossom, I. N. AldrichJ 

Cuinaiinfrs Euffiing'ton, Mills Do Forest. 

JMi nchead.— Bamcl Kolbrook, Martin French. James 
L. Brown, Adin Bartlett. 

7r?/i/ocA:.— John Caruill. 

Jlni'Jom. — Frceland Roosebrook. || 

i| A'jt^ar/^'.— Ehphhlet C. Worth. 

GRAND ISLE COUNTY. i 

Levels Sowles, ] ^,,i,t,,^t j^,accs. ^ 

IMelvin Barnes, ( 
John M. SowIes,'S7i(?r;^. 
Seneca Tobias, High BaiUjf. 
Frederick Hazen, Slate's AUot^eih . 

Joel Allen, Judge of Probate for the district of 
Grand Isle. 

Joel Alien, Elihu Parks, Joseph M. Mott juil com- 
missioners. 

j A.bner Keeler, Willard Gordon, Irad Allen, Ichabod 
Niles, Ira Hill, road con\'ni!;-r:ioners. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Alhurgh. — Joseph Sewel, Jireh S. Berry, Thoma 
Mott, Ichabod Niles, Abraham Ladue, PaulNiles, Ta- 
bor Sewel. 

J'^orUi Ilcro, — Irad Allen, John Knight, jr. Uriaiir 
jliazou, Wm. H. Russell. Lymon Ernnson. 

Grand Lie. — Lewis Ladd, Samuel Adams. Solon 
jTubias, Jonathan Hyde, Alexander F. Hyde, San}uel 
|B. Gordon. 

i South Hero. — Abn^^r Keeler, WallisMott, Loienzo 
Hall, Bird Lmdon, Frederick Phelps, Aison Handon, 
Benjamin Adams. Jcdediah Sawyer, Calvin Fletcher. 
[I Finci/ard. — Charles Carron, Wm. Wait, Ezra Pike, 
Ijr. Simeon R. Scott, Harry Hill. 



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SESSIONS OF TME COUNTS IN VEIlMO?JT.'! 
SUPREME AMD COUJfTY COURTS. 

BENNINGTON COUNTY. || 

S. C. — at Bennington, 2(1 Tuesday next after the 4th;| 

Tuesday in January. if 

C. C. — at Bennington and Manchester, alternately,^ 

beginning- at Bennington on the second Tiies-j 

day of April, and on the fourth Tuesday of 

September. 

Joel Pratt, Clerk. \ 

WINDHAM COUNTY. I 

S. C. — at Newfane, 3d Tuesday next after the 4thi 
Tuesday of January, 

C. C— 3d Tuesday of April. 

3d Tuesday of September. 

James Elliot, Cler^k. 

WINDSOR COUNTY. [I 

S. C— at WoodBtock, 4th Tuesday next after the 4th 
Tuesday of January. ' 

C. C. — 1st Tuesday of June. |! 

1st Tuesday of December. 'i 

Benjamin Swan, Clerk, 'i 

I 

RUTLAND COUNTY. i 

S. C— at Rutland, 1st Tuesday next after the 4thj 

Tuesday of January. 
C. C— 4ih Tuesday of April. 

2d Tuesday of September. 

Robert Pierpoint, Clerk, 

A-!->DI.SON COUNTY. 

S". C— at Middlebury, 4th Tuesday of January. 
C. C— 2d Tuesday of June. 

2d Tuesday of December. 
Sa?,iuel Swift, Clerk. 



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i) i! 

t URAiSGE COU.NTi. || 

|5. C— at Chelsea, 5th Tuesday next afler t'lc 4i1j|| 
j Tuesday of January. [1 

ICC— Sd Tuesday of June. | 

Sd Tuesday of December. 1^ 

K. E. G. M'Laughm.n, Clerk, I 

CHITTTENDEN COUNTV. jf 

i^. C — at Burlington, 1st Tuesday of January. || 

C C — Last Tuesday gave 1 in March, j^ 

Last Tuesday save 1 m August. j| 

Katjian 1». Has well, Clerk. j| 

rrASHTNGTON COUNTl'. li 

5. C — at Moiitpeiiar, blh Tuesday next at'.cr the 4th 
j Tuesdav of January. 

C C— 4th Tuc'sdny next after the 4th | 

Tuesihiy of April. | 

1st Tusday next after the Sd 
Tuesday of Soptembor. 

.Joshua Y. V^il, Clerk. 



CALEDCvXiA COUNTY. 

5. C— at Danville, 7th Tuesday next after the 4tl 
Tuesday of January. 

C. C— 4th Tuesday of April 

Wednesday next after ^the first } 
Tuesday of September. 
Be-\jamia F. DemixNG. Cenl'. 

FRANKLTN COUJ-Tr. 

■S". C — at. St. Albans, 2d Tuesday of January. 
C C— 2d Tuesday of April. 

2d Tuesday of September. 

Horace J.4NES, Clerk- 

ORLEA^^S C0U>'Tr. 

5. C— at Ira^burgh, 9th Tuesday next afler the 4th 
Tuesdav of January'. 

\C. C— 2d Tuesday of April. 

Last Tuesday of August. 

TuA IL At.t,fx, Co !•. 



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ESSEX COUPvTY. 

S. C— at Guildh?n, 8th Tuesdoy next after the 4lh 
Tuesday of January. 

C. C. 2d Tuesday next after the 4th 

Tuesday of Apri!. 

3d Tuesday of September. 

William Gates, Clerk, 

GnA>'D-lSLE COUNTY. 

S. C— at North-Hero, 3d Tuesday of January. 

C. C. If^t Tuesday next after the 4th 

Tuesday of April. 

1st Tuesday next after the 4th 

Tuesday of September. 

JoKL Allen, Clerk. 



GOVERNMENT OF THE UNITED STATES. 



ANDREW JACKSON, Frcsldcnl. 

Salary, g23,000 per annum. 

JOHN C. CALHOUN, Vice FrcsidenL 

Salary ^5,000 per annum. 

Mnrtin Van Buren, Secretary of State. Salary, ^6,000 

Samuel D. Ingham, Sec. of the Treas. " 5f;S,000 

John H. Eaton, Secretary of W^ar. " ^0,000 

John Branch, Secretary of the Navy. " ^6,000 

John M'Pherson Berrien, x\ttorney General. 

Wilham T. Barry, Postmaster General. 

Members of the 21st congress from Vermont. — 
Jonathan Hunt, BraUlehorovgh ; Rollin C Mallo- 
ry, Pou/tney; Horace Everett, Windsor ; Benjamin 
S'wift, St. Albans ; W^illiam Gaboon, lA/ndon. 

Senators. — Horatio Hey mour, J^Iiddlebmy ; Dud- 
ley Chase, Randolph. 

Officer of the customs. — A. W. Hyde, Collec- 
tor , Burlini^ton. 

Surveyor Gener.*,l. — Isaac N. Cushman, Hart- 
land. 



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Q^LARTTR Master General. — Samuel H. HoUey, 
Shoreham. 

School Commissioners. — Win. Hall, Rockingham 
\Vm. Paiga, Rutland ; Jacob ColJamer, Roylton; B. 
F. Ba.[\ey, Burlington ; Ephraim Paddock, St. Johns- 
bury. 

{ Commissioners of deaf and dumb. — Chauncey 
jLangdon. Castleton; John Smith, St. Albans ; VVyllys^ 
1 Lyman, Hartford. 



BENEVOLENT SOCIETIES IN VEI13IONT. 

VERMONT colonization SOCIETY. | 

This Society held its tenth annual meeting at Mont-j 
peher, Oct. 1 A. \ 

Officers for 1829-30. j 

Hon. Elijah Paine, President. 
Hon. Horatio SEy^iouR, ) r- r> • i . 
Hon. Ezra Butler, \ ^ "=' Presidents. 

Hon. Benjamin Swift. 

Rev. Child, 

Hon. Jonas Galusha, 

Hon. Israel P. Dana, 

Rev. James Hobart, 

Hon. D. Azro A. Buck, : 

Rev. Amariah Chandler, nr 

Rev. Joel Mannir.iT, ^^lanagers. 

Hon. Phinehas White, | 

Rev. Calvin Yale, 

Simeon Short, Esq. 

Wyljys Lyman, Esq. J 

Daniel Baldwin, Esq. Treasurer. 

Hon. Jf'Sepii Howes, Auditor. 

:ymour, } 

^wift, \ 
Rev. Chester Wright, Secretary: 



Hon. Horatio Seymour, } Delegates to the Ameri- 
Hon. Benjamin Swift, \ can Col. Society. 



VERMONT sabbath SCHOOL UNION. 

The fourlh annual meeting was holden at Wood- 
stock on the 2nd VV^ednesday in Sept. Next annua! 



J 'ice Presidents. 



f Managers. 



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jineclin^to be liulden at KasL ilulland, on the 1st Wed- 
aesday in Sepleniber. 

Officers fur 1829-30. 

11 in. CHAKLiis Marsh, President. 

Rev. Leonard Worcester, 

llev. TiiojiAs A. Merrill, 

Dr. Elisha Brewster, Treasurer. 

ilov. John J. Shipherd, Cor. Secretary. 

Rev. Joseph Tracy, Recording Secretary. 

Rev. Abraham Biovvnson, 

Rev. Charles Walker, 

Col. Ozias Buel, 

Doac. Nathan Coolidge, 

Hon. Israel P. Dana, 

Rev. William C. Fowler, 

Hon. Samuel Sv.'ir't, 

Rev. W^iilard Child, 

Rev. John Richard;^, 

ReVi Josiah Hopkins, 

Rev. Ephrai rn H. Kev/ton, 

Gen. E. P. Walton, j 

Vermont Society for the Promotion of Temperance. 
The first anniversary of diis Society was held at 
Montpelier, on the 13th October, 1829. 
Hon. Samuel Pre?.'tiss, Pi esident. 
Noadinh Swift, E?q. Benningion CountV; 
Rev. James Kimball, Windham County, 
Hon. Robert Pierpoint, Rutland County, 
Hon. Chnrlcs Marsh, Windsor County, 
Hon. Horatio Seymour, Addison County 
David Palmer, Esq. Orano-e County, 
Gen. E. P. Walton, Washington (bounty 
Geo. B. Shaw, Esq. Caledonia County, 
Henian Allen, Esq. Chittenden County, 
John Smith, Esq. Franklin County, 
Alpheus Hall, Esq. Grand-Isle County, 
Tiiomas Jameson, Esq. Orleans County, 
John Dewey, Esq. Essex County, 

Rev. J. C. Southmayd, Secretary. 

Doct. James Spalding-, Treasurer. 



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I VERMONT BIBLE SOCIETr. 

The seventeenth anniversary of this Society was 
t holden at the Sate House on tiie 14th Oct. 
Officers for 18-29-30. 
Hon. Charles Marsh, President. 
Hon. Chauxcey Langdon, ) t^- n 7 , 
Hon, Wm. Hall, ^ Vice Preedcnts. , 

Rev. J. W. French, Secretary. j 

Hon. Jeduthun Loomis, Treasurer. ■ 

Hon. Robert Pierpoimt, ^ ! 

Hon. Geore Worthtngton, j ' 
Rev. Joel Clapp, { . j 

Rev. liEONARD Worcester, \- Directors. 

Samuel Goss, Esq. | > 

Hon. Samuel Clark, | ' 

Rev. James Marsh, j | 

IVasJiington County Foreign JMission Society. The 
next annual meeting of the Society is to be held at 
Earre, in the autumn of 1830. 

Officers for 1829-30. 
Rev. James H:)bart, President. 
Joseph Ripley, Esq. "j 

Israel Dewey, Esq. j 

Rev. Amariah Chandler, } r- t^ ■ •, 
Rev. Henry Jones, > ^ icc-Pre^dents. 

Rev, Daniel Warren, 
Dea. Geo. Worthington, 
Silas C. French, Esq. Treasurer. 
Timothy Merrill, Esq. Auditor. 

C. Wright, Secretary. 



Vermont Slate Bank. Benjamin Swan, Job Lyman, j 
George T. Hodges, Directors. 

Bank of Burlington. E. T. Englesby, President ; 
A. Thompson, Cashier. Capital <$ 150,000. 

Bank of Windsor. Thomas Emerson, President: 
Edward R. Campbell, Cashier. Capital gl 00,000. 

Banko/Rutlatid. Robert Temple, President; Will- 
iam Pago, Cashier. Capital §100,000. 



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I Uim/c of Bmttieborougk. Jonathan Hunt, President ; 
;E. Seymour, Cashier. "Capital gl 00,000. i 

I Bank of Mordvelier. James li! Lancrdon, President ; 

jlTh: Reed, jr. Cashier. Capital ^100,000. 

ii Bank of Caledonia. Augustine Clark, President; 

IZebina Newell, Cashier. Capital glOO,000. 

I Bank of Si. Alhans. Kmi^^man, President; 

I Gideon liouixhton. Cashier. Capital ^100.000. 

i Bank of P'ergennes. S. Strong, PresidcnL ; V/m. 

II vVh'ite, Cashier. Capital glO0,000. j 
Bank of Orange. Amphus Blal-.e, President ; .Tason j 

liSteele., .Cashier. Capital <^100,000. j 

Bank of Benninghn. Noadiah 'Swift, President ;j 
|iS,. C. Raymond, Cashier. Capital ^100,000. ! 

Rob'^txt ?iV.KPot7<T, Inspector of Banks. 



MEDICAL I.ECTUIIES. 
Uni"ersiti.i of Vermont.-— lA&i\\p,^\ Lectures com- 
menee on the 2d Wednesday in September, rainually. 
Vermont Academy of Medufne. at Castlctcn, connect- 
\ed imth Mkldlehury College.— Uedicnl Lectures com- 
^iuenceon the Ist Tuesday in September, annually. 
I Dartmouih C^/V^^-fi.— Medical Lectures commence 
jonthe 1st Wednesday in September, annually. 
i Harvard Umversily.-~M(id:\c^\ Lectures commence 
lat Boston, on the 3d Wednesday in Oetober, annual- 
ly. 

Brov:n Universiiy.—¥xea\c^\ Lectures commence on 
the 1st i^Ionday in February, annually. 

Berkshire Jlcdix:rd Insl->tuiion, cornier led v:ilh TVill- 
iams Co/%^.— -Mcdi^:al Lectures ccmm.ence on the 
id Wednesday in September, anuu.'iily. 

Cilnical Sckool of Medicine, (U Woodstock, Vt. in 
connexion xoilk JVaterville College.— hcciuYes com- 
i.nence the first Thursday in March.. 



Recipe, for making blacking erjuai to Dayi^^ Martin: s. 
One pound of Ivory Black, in which has been mixed 
lalf an ounce oil of yitriol— an ounce of e\ycet oil — one 
pound pulverized loafsuffar, and a gallon of viiicg-n.r. 
Mis the whole, and it will be fit for rse in threo days. 



(PC^ST^Hl^^S^ 



.\?pect=i, 2 

Almanac, 5 

Beiiovolsrit Societies in iheU.S. 61 
Renevolent Societies ia Vc. 137 
Banks, officers of, HI 

Cycles, -2 

'Courts, district and circuit in 

United Slates, 5.3 

Courts in Yt. sessions of, 
Colleges, officers of, time of 
, commencenjeiu, &:c 
Census, U. States, 
iCivil government of Vermont 
I for 13--29— 30, 
Connnissioners of deaf and 
i^dun.b, 

Commissioners of schools, 
Eclipses, 

.Explanation of characters, 
Farmer's calendar, 
Grand List for l«-29, 
judiciary of United States, 
I do Vermont, 

Jiidzes of Supreme Court, 
JiKl^'es of Cl. Courts, and otli- 
1 er judicial officers, viz. 

Bennington Countyj 

Windham •' 

TtUtland " 

Vvindsor " 

Addisoa '* 

Orange " 

Chittenden « 

Vrashington " 

Caledonia " 

Franklin " 

Orleans " 

Giand Isle " 
Literary and scientific institu- 
tions "iu the U. Slates. 5U 
-Moveable Feasts, 



Metliodists in U. States, 
Militia of Vermont, 
Members 21st Congress from 

Vermont, 
Medical Lectures, 
Xotice of the several states in 
the Union, their formofgov- 
ernment, &c. 
136.0fficer3 of the government of 
^1 Vermont since its organiza- 
5T[ tion, 
Co.Officer of customsr, 

Planets, 
73|Presidents of U. States since iti" 
I organization, 
139.Population of Vermont, 
lo^y.luarter Master Genera!, 
>j> Rates of postage, 
4jSigns of the Zodiac, 
OJSeasons, 
73jSa!ary and fees in Vt. 
55|3igners Dec. jndepenpence, 
I]3iSurveyor General,' 



113 



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11 

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122 

124 

12fi 

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131 

125 



Town officers, clergy, attor- 
nies, i)liysicians, and post- 
masters 'n each towu in the 
Stale, viz. 

Bennington County, 
VV Mid ham " 
Rutland " 

Vv'indsor " 

Addison « 

Orange " 

Chittenden " 
Washington, " 
Caledonia " 

Orleans " 

Franklin " 

Essex " 

Grand Isle " 
Vermont, boundary, &c. 
[United States government, 



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89 
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99 

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104; 

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111 

112 

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Note. — The weather ibr looO, to bu taken by ac- 
tual observation, p.nd a journal, is intended to be' fur- , 
rvished for the next Reo-"ister. || 

The Secretaries of the several societies, relig'iousl 
and literary, throiio-hout the State, will conferva fa- 
'•■'/5i"/'n t^he publishers, by lurnishino- correct lists of 
|uie!r ofricers, and the time of their annual meetino^bv 
iih(^ ReDresentatives to the I.f^ois'at nvo. 



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No. XIV. 



VERMONT REGISTER 

AND 

FARMER'S a£mak^AC, 

FOR THE YEAR OP OUR lORD 

1831: 

BEING THIRD AFTER BISSEXTILE, 
OR LEAP YEAR, 

AND riPTY-FIFTrt OP AMERICAN INDEPENOEA'CE 

Calculated for'the Meridian of Montpeller, in latitude 

44^17 north, and longitude 4° 25' ea^t from the 

CapitpLxif the United Stutei at Washington. 



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ASTRONOJflFAL CALCULATIONS 

j^ BY ZADOOk THOMPSON, A. M. 



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PUBLISHED BV E. P. WALTON AND CO. AT THE MONT- 
PELIER BOOK-STORE. 



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^Th(^ Sun. 
(D^The Moon. 
y Mercury. 



2 Venus. 

©TheKartli. 

^Mars. 



l(:.Tuj)itor. 
fp Saturn. 



JVames and Ckaracttrs rf the Signs of the Zodiac. 




ISAMES AM) CHARACTir.RS OF TilE ASPECTS. 

Q Asccndinjr Node. ^Descending Node. 
(^ ConjuncLion,or in the same lonoitude. 
D Quartilo, or differing 3 siirns in lonofitude. 
S Opposition, or difforing- 6 sin^ns in loi o-jtudc. 



CIIR0>'0L(>GiCAr, CtCLFS. 



Dominical Letter, 
Golden Number, 
Epact, 



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17 



Solar Cycle, 20 

Rosnan In diction, 
.Tuiian Perjod, (>544 






:\I(jVK.Ain,K FK.ASTS. i 

>"eplii3gnsimr\ Siind. Jan. ;V) IjOW Sunday. April 10 

(iuiiKi. or Shrove Sund. Feb. 134lug^!ition Sunday, May 8 

lAsh Wed oi tir^t d.iy of lAsccnsion Day, or Holv 

' Lf^nt, Feb. IG; Thursday, May 12 

..Mi.! Lent Sm.duy, March 13 Whir. Sunday, May 22 

il';ilniSnndiy, "^ iJarch 27|Trii>ity Sunday, May 29 

t:aiierday, April3!.\dvent Sunday, ,JCov. 27 

Ci)>r'\TF.NCF..ME\T OF THE SEASONS. 

Spring begins Marcli 21st, 3h. 28m. morning. 
Siiiriiiipr '- Juno 22ci, Oh. 46m. morning. 
j Aiitnnui "■ Sept. 23(1, 2h. 54m. evening. 
Winter *' 1)pc. 22d, S.'i. 4ni. moroinCT. 



;| f.OLAR ANU J.LNAK KCMPSES IN 1831.. 

I. Tiie first, is of '.lie £-iin,.Fcb. 12th, visible ss fol- 
ijlows: — 

I Bfginnino- 1 Ih. 23m. A. M. ) , 

I Gr.Mtest Obscivretion 0h. 53m. P. M. ^ -^^^Farent 

! End of Eclipse 2ii. ,90m. P.M.) ^^^^' 

I Duration 2li. 57in. 

jDigits eclipsed 10^ ^2' on the .iSLLn',s southern limb. 

iTIiis e^J'pse will be annular 'to a considerable portion 

')f trie United State?, 

II. The socond uh of the Moon, Feb, 26th, invisible: 
■S at 1 Ih. 5,7m. la tiie mi.riiiiig 

IIJ. TIic third ifi of the Sun, Aug. 7th, invisible ; 
d at 5h. Urn. in tiie evening, ]) 's lat. 39' south. 

IV. Tiie fourth is -cf the .M.jon, Aug. 23d, partly! 
visible-^ 

Begii^ning vh. 50m. morning. 

j Moon sets eclipsed 5h. uui. morninr. 
-Digits eclipsed 5° 4G' from the south side ©f the 0'sj 
hadov.' qr OR the j) 's northern limb. 



CHEAP ANTieOTE. 

Tlu're Ik not a lionse in the country that does no., 
hontain a remnsiy fur poisoning, if instantly admini.sler-i 
j>d. It is r.otj'ii'.g more than two tea-spoonsfuU of 
n:ide miustanl, mixed in warm waler. It acts as an' 
'iMstantareoUvS etnt^tic. ?,Iaking this simple antidote! 
"Cninvn may b^ liie u'-^'ans of saving many a feilo 
creature frowian uiitini>.'lv deatii. 



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j [f vo!i at-i' (!"t<^rT!in >i! fo Up misp-rnblo, ^ •^. n dnmkard. 



ISSr. DAiMJARV. nrsi, in.-nin: 



FARMERS CALEISDAK. 

The Stream oftime flows swift alon^ — 
A stream unceasing and so strong 

That nought its power vvitlistands ; 
It bears along in its career 
The days and months and varied year, 

And works of human hands. 



Fellow Citizens — I know very well that it is one thing 
to preach and another thing to practice — that it is one 
thmg to teach by precept and quite anollier thing to 
teach by example ; or in other words it is much easier 
to give good advice than to follow it. But the ditticul- 
ty of following good advice is not a suflicient reason 
for neglecting to give it ; I shall therefore continue to 
advise, and if the good people see fit to follow my ad- 
vice — well — if not, I shall clear my own skirts, and 
they must bear the consequences upcn their own 
shoulders. Advice, in order to be efiectual, must bt- 
pungent, and in order to be pungent it must be direct- 
ed to particular cases, and these cases must be brought 
home to individuals. General advice is directed to ev- 
ery hody^ and what is every body's business is no bod- 
y's, and therefore no body regards it. If I tell Cor- 
poral Sloven that he is a slovenly man because he suf- 
fers his cattle and sheep to lie together on the barn 
floor and eat out of the hay-mow and waste twice as 
much hay as they eat, Corporal Sloven knows whom I 
mean, and although he may be offended at me for ex- 
posing him, he will profit by the exposition, because 
he knows all eyes are now turned upon him, and Cor- 
poral S. is not wholly destitute of pride. 



A TRUE SKETCH. 

The depopulating pestilence that walketh at noon- 
day, the carnage of cruel and devastating war, ran 
scarcely exhibit their victims in more terrible array. 
than exterminating drunkennc ss. I luive seen a prom- 
ising family spring fiom the parent trunk, and stretch- 
ing abroad its populous limb like a flowering tree, cov- 
ered with Q green and healthv foiinoro. I hav(^ seen 



:^l (lavs. JANUARY 


1831. i 


Ail I v'liy, unteeling V\'inter 


1 why 


Still rtigs thy torpid wing 


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Fly melaiiclioly season, fly, 




And leave the year to t^pit' 


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I) L;ibt Quarter, 5lh duy, 6h. t 


5m. eveninjT. [ 


® New Moon 13l1i day, oh. 46m. evening. \\ 


a First Quarter 21st day, 2h. 


38m. moiningr. || 


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Full moon 27th day, Oh. 42nr 


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5 iw 


10 22 


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^\r^l. Nevvten born 1643. 


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4 24 


6 


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5 


E^-piphany. chan^-es of the 


7 


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4 24 


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weather ; but almanac pre- 


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4 25 


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Bat. ofN. 0. 18l3@Apo. 


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7 


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7 


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consequence of evaporation. \l 


30|4 30 


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2914 31 


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place converted into a sub- 


7 


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4 35 13 cp 


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stctnce called vapor. Lighter 


7 


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5 


rjft^ntersox ^U 6 ^'^'in 


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air, whicli of course rises 


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4 37 13 


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^ ^ 6 <^'^d is suspended 


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20 


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3 31 


125 


3 


Conversion of St. PauJ. 


7 


19 


4 41 13 


25 


4 39 


■26 


4 


>i< ^ (^ Inf. phere. In this 


7 


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4 43 


13 


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5 40 


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slate it renxaim;., until ii be- 


7 


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comes so muck ^cooler as to 


7 


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6 48 


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7 


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[183L FJi:J3KUAK,V, iidmunih 



FARMER 8 CALENDAR. 

Timo bids the snows descend and spread 
A carpet o'er the jnountain's head, 

And in the vale below ; 
Time bids the winds arise and bear 
On pinions of the moving air 

The dancins: flakes of snow. 



In looking round upon the motely crew, which make 
up the world of mankind, what a vast multitude are 
ecognized by the sir-name Idler. Among the most 
prominent and best known of this name, is Tipling Id- 
ler. This man's conduct demonstrates that rutn is the 
supreme object of his regard, — that he loves it better 
than his friends, or his wife, or his children, and that 
he is ready to abandon all these, and even make them 
wretched, to obtain it, — yea, better than his own life, 
for we see him lay down his life for rinn. But several 
respectable families have formed a resolution that they 
will henceforth have no farther intercourse with this 
family of Idlers but would use their inliucnce to banish 
them from all good society. 

This is a short month and a blustering one into the 
bargain, yet notwithstanding this, you have something 
to do. All things require care, and besides this your 
minds require culture and you little think how fast 
time slips away. This littte month may vanish before 
you are aware of it. 

Tho' Boreas may bluster and heap up the snows, 
And Jack Frost pinch your ears, your fingers & toes, 
Yet time trudges on as he trudged on of old, 
Nor heeds our complaints, nor the north wind nor cold. 

Then rouse up; and if your hand findeth nought to 
do,the mind hath labor to perform, aad what that lind- 
ethto do let it do with its might. 

the unnatural decay begining upon the yet tender leaf, 
and gnawing like a worm in the unopened bud. while 
they dropped off, one by one, and tlie scathed and ru- 
ined shaft stood alone, until the winds and rains of 
many a sorrow laid that too in the dust. On one of 



2ii days. 



FEBRUBRV 



lasi. 



t^pring, Iho young cherubim of love, 

An exile in disgrace, 
Flits o'er the scene like Noah's dove, 

Nor finds a resting place. 



D Last Quarter, 4th day, 3h. 22m. evening- 

9 New Moon 12Lh day, Oh. 8m. evening, 

d First Quarter 19th day, lOh. 8m. morning. 

O Full Moon 26th day, 1 Ih. 58. m. morning. 



24 



CALENDAR, ASPECTS, &C. 



rises 



sets 



ceedingly small particles of 11 
Purification B. V. Mary.] 7 
vater, such as ice see in a\l 



lensefog. While becoviing 7 

3 $ ApoGfee. thus condensed 7 

4 rieptuagesima Sunday. 7 

5 V Stat, it is rendered visi- 7 

6 6/e, taking the name either 7 

1 of steam or clouds^ accor- 6 
C D ^ (j ding to circum- 6 

2 stances. These minute par- (] 

3 % eclipsed visible, tides, 6 
4;Quinquagesima Sunday. 6 
5,Valentine. being heavieryi 
G Shrove Tuesday, than air, 6 

7 Ash Wednesday, descend, 6 
C ^ ^ (9 «'^^ in their de- 6 
2% enters}^ @ Perigee, G 
3 scent unite, forming drops 6 



llj4 49 
9 4 51 
814 52 
6 4 34 
55 
57 
58 
59 
1 
2 
4 
6 



58j5 
5615 
54 
53 



4,1st Sun. in Lent. ^ Gr.El. 6 44 5 

42 
6| Washington born 1732. 6 40 
7p 2^ c5 (f rain. If these 
CjSt. Matthias, d) ops fill 
^through a region cold e- 
3 p eclipsed invis. ^ ^ d . 
42d Sun, in Lent, noughtoii 3315 27113 
3' freeze them, hailis formed, 32|5 28! 13 



6 
6 

6 39 
6 37 
6 36 



11 
12 
14 
15 
16 
10 
20 
21 
23 
24 
25 13 



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9 55 

10 59 

11 54 
morn. 

50 

1 44 



14iy 
14|H 

14 n 



D set. 

6 24 

7 35I 

8 36 

9 56 
11 6 
morn. 

15 
23 
29 
31 
12 
13 
2 



1 2; 
2 

3 
4 
5 
6 
D rise 

6 41 

7 42 



Venus ? will be evening star from the beginning 
jf the year till the 8th of October— thence morning 
star till the end of the year. I 



'1831. MAKCii, J.iHHM.lh 



FARMERS CALEINUAR. 

Time biJs the sun .return and bring 
His j^^enialaid to ope the pprii:iT, 

^^ikI burst the icy basiids:; 
The iKoiintain snows dissolve and Sow 
Along ihedelug-ed va!e^ beiow, 

Andibrtihze -iho lands. 



See that your cattle and horses are not permitted to 
range upon your pasture and mowing lands while llu;} j 
ire Suit and iviiry. This practice is a sure indicaiion 
)f an nnthrlMy, slovenly faraser. And th^^se are nul 
Mie only signs indicative of a poor fanner, which rnain- 
fest Jieniselves. He neglects to reifiove liie eaiah and 
iung froiu the sils of his buildings, tiil the si's become 
rotten, and then it costs him twenty dollars fur r(?pairs 
which one drtilar's worth of work would liave saved, il 
It had been perforoied in leisure time ten years before. 
He sows and plants his lands till they are exhausted 
before 'he thinks of manuring. He keeps mure stock 
than he can keep weU, and consequently his cattle and 
sheep are carried off by murrain and oilier distempers, 
and those which survive the winter are weak and un- 
active and do not thrive during the summer. Bat the 
good farmer is the reverse of all tills. He keeps pace 
jwith his business and sees that every thing is done in 
season — yea, more than this — he is continually provid- 
ing for the future. At this season when the weather 
IS unsuitable for the making of sugar, he is employed 
I 111 putting his tools in order for the perfornjance of hi.^ 
spring's .work. His carts, .ploughs, harrows, hoes and 
siioveis are ail carefully examined, aini those, wiiich 
need it, thoroughly repaired ; and he even now looks 
forward to the season of hay-making and is nc^t unmind- 
ful of the condition of his scythes, rakes and pitch 
forks. 

those holy days when the patriarch, rich in virtue a.- 
in years, gathered about him the great and little ones 
of his flock — his sonF with tlieir sons, and his daugh- 
ters with their daughters. — 1, too, sat at the festi' 



VP 



31 davs. 



MARCH 



1831. 



Ah ! Winter culm tliy cruol rage, 
Release the strugjjiing' year; 

'1 h y i)ower is past, decre])it sage ; 
Ariso and disappear. 



D Last Quarter 6tli day Oh. 20m. eveiiiiijr. 
@ New Moon 14tli day, Oh. 37in. morr.in<;. 
a First Quarter 20th day, 5h. 26in. evening. 
O FiiJl Moon 28th dav, 3h. 30m. morninn;. 



3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

IS 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

25 

26 

27 

28 

29 

30 

31 



CALENDAR, ASPECTS, &C. 



rises 



* *i© e 



3 David, and the kailslonesp 30 5 

4 are larger or smaller ac 

5 cording to the extent of this 

6 region ; because a part on- 

7 ® Apog-ee. ly of the dropi 
C 3d Sunday in Lent, being 
2[frozen, these are after- 
S^^wards enlarged by other 
A drops adhering to them, 

5 in the same manner as a 

6 candle is made larger by be- 

7 D ^ ing dipped into melt- 
C 4ih S in Lent. Mid L. S. 

2 ed tallow. Snow is pro- 

3 duced by the freezing and 

4 joining together of the small 

5 ©Perigee, particles be- 
^fore they are collected into 

drops of rain. The air a 
5thSun. in Lent. 21^ 6 



Sfcils s. Ipl 



6 12 5 



:f:entersT well 



tpor 



bir L Newton died 1727 
is rarifed by heat, and con 
densed by cold. Whenever 
Annunciation B.V.Mj) Q 
the air is heavily charged 
6th S. in Lent. Pahn S. 
with vapor a considerabl/ 
change of temperature, 
whether it grows colder o; 
warmer, is almost sure U, 



30113 
2lll3 
33|l2 
35|12 
361(2 
38|l2 
39 II 
41 il 
43 11 
45J11 
46|l0 
48 10 



75 
55 
35 

1|5 

0|6 

59 6 



r. isLS- 



8 42 

9 22 
10 41 
40 40 
morn. 

&(j 



1 

2 
3 
3 
4 
5 
5 
D set. 

7 42 

8 54 

10 7 

11 17 
morn. 

26 



30 
26 
16 


36 

9 
40 



D rise 

7 40 

8 42 

9 39 



jlH:3ir APRIL. 4tlM[i.>ni I.. 



FAKMKR S CALENDAR. 

Time bids.the sun iiicroase hii^firo — 
Time bids Uig swol'n sln-ams rotue 

Within thei I- wonted boiindb ; 
Tiiue bids Uie earll) Dwt on her or(;(Mi 
Amd then enlivens all tiie scene 

With sweet and ehee,rt'iu! bunndd. 



Now, farmor, bhKll I exhort you to quicken your ar I 
>ivity ^ Shall I tell you to stir your. sUunps— to be U] | 
; and doing ? All creatio,« is add3-<:Hsin'^v tiiirf exhortatiui: 
\ to you. The sk;y (vve.r yuitr lieu-d — I he iT<ronnd nndci 
your feet — the fields and o-.ardens on every hand say un- 
to you now is-lhe accepted time! and as you now sov, 
so shall you hereat'teriiltfo r^'ap. Ifyousow spatinol\^ 
vodrfihall reap sparincfly. Ifyou cast the seed upon' 
!he p^round without putlin;; '^'ic ground in a propi.r con- 
dition to receive it, you sow to the \\i d aii'' in th' 
rime ot" harves't you shall reap ciiafF. JBut cast goo( 
seed in suitable-^quantities, upon good ground which i- 
vvell prepared and it s^hall spring \\\} and grow and brin; 
forth fifty, yea, peritaps a luuuh-ed fold ; andiiicnn. 
theharveut shalfye .g^at-h^M- ii\ the' ear and IsielVdl con 

n the ear and fje siiall .tkeu be filled ^v^•llh food un(! 
gladness. 

Neglect not the makingand planting ©f your gar 
dens. A ve^ry small pi^^ce fof ground, which is wt-h 

lusbanded will do very much towarde -supportirig ;; 

"amily. And-if yourcannot bring vours(df to do as liu 

)ld savinc would have syo,u, and'Vvo-'.k i-ii the gardei 
when it rains so hard that you ca'iMiot -^work out doors, 
still th<?re will be many half hours in every week whici 
fuay be })r(>£t ably ispent inlh'- -garden ui:|h)Ut interfer 
•ng' witii other business and winch would othe.wisr 
proliahty be spent to no purpose. A word — a hin; 
will elfect more upon the man of understanding than ;> 
kick upon a fool. 



v>ard. I, too, pledged them in the social wine cup 
iud r'joiced with tlu'm around the hospiti-hle hearth 
ind i-xpali:ittd with (hdioht upon tlio ovpiiitnl fu'urf : 



Lo (lavs APRIL. 1S31. 


• 


i Tlu^ stars that graced thy splendid night i 


:- 


1 Are lust in wanner rays; ff' 


1 TiiP sun rejuicini in hin might i 




|l Unrulls celestial days. [ 




D Last Quarter 5th day, 7hr V2m. murnii)g. 


\ 


® New iMiMJii ^2rh day, llli. 9in. morning-. 




D First Qur.rter 19th ddv, Ih. 2Gin. morumg. 




* O Full Moon 26th day, Th. 2Gin. evenincr. 




?l- 


CALENDAR, ASPECTS, &C. '^ 


* 


^tcid 


d 




"T 






, 


T 




z 


- 


' 'rK'^gi^p p 


•■^ 


nl r tV. «■ 




1 


6 (iu()(i Frulav. ^Autifree. 


O 4-^,0 lo 


■^ii'Ll'^ ^?l 




1 ~ 


7 


brins^ bad weather ; for ei- 


3 40 


6 20 


4^ 


11 32 




1 3 


c 


Ensler l>av. iher the va 


", 31 


6 21 


37^ 


morn. 




1 '^ 


2|/)or u'iV/ he condensed so a^ 


3 37 


6 23 


3 V^ 


25 




\ '' 


'i\:if:^i 6 Superior, to becovn 


■) 35 


6 25 


3V^ 


1 14 


' 


i ^ 


-i> heavier tlum the nir, or Ih 


;3 34 '6. 26 


o 


:^ 


2 




' 


5 air ic I' be so much rarifici. 


6 32 6 28 


2 




2 41 




i: H 


6 D ^ rt.f t he incapable o- 


5 31 6 29 


' 2 


^ 


3 23 




9 


l\su:it/iinini::thc vnjwr. Jif 


5 29^6 31 


2 


% 


3 59 




lU 


C 


Isl S. a . Ea.ster. Low S 


3 2!; 


6 32 


1 


X 


4 35 




II 


2 


ler much rain, if it ^row.'' 


") 27 


.6 33 


1 T 


3 11 




1 12 


:i[c()lder, the air will be con 


3 26 


6 34 


1 T 


Dset. 




[ '" 


41® Pertjjep. densed so as ti. 


5 24 


6 36 


« 


7 50 




14 


b\i<u.ftam what vajx>r re 


3 2:3 


6 37 


o.b 


9 3 




15 


6 


mains,, and the rain xeil, 


5 21 


6 39 


F 


n 


10 17 




l<i 


7 


cease. In the same man 


5 \9 


6 41 


u 


n 


11 29 




I* 


c 


2!i(l Sunday after Easter 


3 18 


6 42 





.'25 


morn. 




1» 


2 


ner intense cold will put ar. 


3 16 


,6 44i ] 


iS 


30 




19 


o 


Battle ofLe.xinglon 1775 


5 15 


6 45 1 


a 


1 2^^ 




20 


4 


ilcenters ^ end to, or pre 


5 ]31(> 47i 1 


a 


2 8 




21 


5 


D Q vent a snow-sto7'm 


3 12 


6 48 


1 


w 


2 46 




2^^ 


6 


In the winter the rising of 


5 10 


6 50 


2 


w 


3 23 




23 


7 


St. Geon^e. the stnoh'e i)< 


i 9 


6 511 2 


w 


3 02 




24 


c 


3d Sun. afEtister. dcnsi 


3 M,6 52 


2 




4 21 




,25 


2 


St. M;irk. perpendicular 


3 6 


6 54 


o 


--^ 


4 51 




126 


3 


columns, indicates extremi 


3 5 


(> 55 


31T1 


]> rise 




J27 


4\rold ; becaiis-e it proves l/i> 


3 3 


6 57 


sini 


7 36 




2f! 


51^ Stationary, air to 6. 


> 2 


6 58 


3I111 


8 35 




29 


6 Apogee, e.vcctsive/y con 


) 1 6 59 


■M 


9 31 




:J0 


lldensed. On the other hand. 


3 0;7 Oj 3j^ 


10 26 





1831. MAY, 5tn muiuh. 



FARMERS CALENDAR. 

Time calls a new creation forth — 
See all thinffs bursting- into birth, 

Or rising from the dead; 
First he sends down the g-entle showers ; 
Then scatters round the lovely flowers 

Upon the verdant mead. 



^Gather up the fragments that nothing may he losV 
was a family order given after a plentiful meal, by one 
who could instantly command a supply of bread. The 
power of provideuce is exercised with the same vi'ise 
economy as the power of miracles. Neither of them 
s prostituted to the crratification of luxury, or the en- 
^ouraoement of negligence and laziness. In the divine 
vvorks there is no profuseness and there ought to he 
none in ours. Providence is bountiful, but not wnste- 
ful ; its blessings are bestowed freely but not lavishly. 
We are to receive them thankfully and use them fru- 
gally ; not lose them by carelessness, nor squander 
them away by extravagance. The man who gathers 
up what heaven gives and who suffers nothing to be 
lost will always have a supply. He who receives not 
what is offered, or preserves not what is cast into his 
hands will always be in want. But, my friend, think 
not that aught will be bestowed upon you without 
your own endeavours. You must ask in order to re- 
ceive — you must seek in order to find — you must sow 
n order to reap. And remember too that as ye sow, 
o shall ye also reap. It costs nearly as much to raise 
a poor crop as a good one — the same tax — the same 
fencing — the same quantity of seed — nearly the same 

E quantity ot tillage— the same labor in threshing— then 
why not manure your lands, add a little to the tillage 
"'and have creat crops.'' 



while the good old man warmed in the genial glow of 
youthful enthusiasm, wiped the tear of joy from his 
glistening eye. He v^^as happy. I met with them a- 
gain when the rolling year brought the festive season 
round. But they were not hll there. The kind ok) 



31 days. MAY 

The surly Winter now lias fle(! ; 
And smiling Jfpring supplies his stead ; 
The sky dissolves in gentle showers 
And lovely May unfolds her dowers. 



1831. 



D Last Quarter 4th day, llh. 44in. evening. 

# New Moon Uth day, 7h. 10m. evening. 

C First Quarter 18th day, llh. 21m. morning. 

9 Full Moon 26th day, lih. 9m. morninfr, 

jrjppf: sf't.c.lF.lpl |r. &s 



CALE.NDAR, ASPECTS, &C. 



6 
7 
8 
9 
10 

12 
13 
14 
15 

!16 

|17 
!l8l 
il9 
i20 
i2l 
22 
-23' 
|24 
125 
l26 
127 
|28 
'29 
30 
31 



C4th IS. at: E. «t. Plnlip 6l4 59 7 
2i [St. James 4 58 7 

3 y Gr. Elong. Invention of 4 56 7 
4| [the cross. 4 55 7 
5 D 2/d ^^n D 8 k 54 7 
G\ [in 18I4.;4 52 7 
7, Oswego taken bv the Br.|4 51 7 

C|5th S. af Easter. Rogat. S4 50 7 
2 the fall of the smoke direct-A 48 7 
3/?/ to the ground shows the A 46 7 

4 sf; '4 n air to he lii^ht^ andA 45 7 
5Asc. Day. Holy Thursday^ 44 7 
6 ©Perigee. indicates a 4 45 7 
7 ^ Stationary, thaic iji win- 4 41 17 
C>Sundoy alter As. Day. 4 4017 2o! 
2 >f: ^ n ter^ and in very 4 
3Aoi weather, thunder. The 4 
4 ^Stationary. J) g heav-4 

5 Dark day 1 780. enly bod- 4 
dies foretell us the weather 4 
7 5j<entersii only sofaras4 
C Whit. Sunday they indi- 4 
2cate the state of the atmos-4 
ophere. If they shine with a 4 
4 clear brilliant light, fair 4 
5* ? Sinf. ©Apogee. 4 
&.weather may be expected ^t 4 
7 

c 



least for a time. But if 4 
Trinity S. their light uk 
pale and dim, the atmos-\4 
? ^ d phere is evidently 4 

B 



39 
38 
37 
36 
35 
34 
33 
32 
32 
31 
30 
29 
29 
28 7 



cp 

41 T 
4|h' 
41 « 

4|n 
4n 
4ln 

4i2D 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4nj 

4 



l»l 


17 


morn. 





4 





45 


1 


24 


2 





2 


33 j 


3 





t 
t 
t 

si- 



4 20 



D set. 


8 


1 


6 


12 


10 


22 


11 


18 


morn. 





7 





48 


1 


20 


1 


58 


2 


30 


2 


58 


3 


241 


3 


53 1 


5 


24; 



D rise 

8 26 

9 2 1 
10 14 

10 55 

11 32 



1S31. JUINIE, 6th month. 



PARMER S CALENDAR. 

Time bids the songsters cheer the grove, 
With notes of melody and love — 

And when their mates tliey've chose 
He bids thorn lay aside their song, 
To hatch their brood and rear their youno", 

And watch their soft reoose. 



I have already given you a few of the signs of a poor 
farmer. It may not be amiss to increase the list since 
there is an abundance of materials. A slovenly farmer 
may be known by his inattention to small things as 
well as great. The shoes of his children are spoiled 
for the want of strings to tie them, or a little tallow to 
grease them. His gate hinge comes off for the want 
of a nail and the gate is destroyed for the want of a 
hinge, and his garden is destroyed for the want of a 
gate ; aad all this loss is occasioned by not timely 
driving and clinching a single nail. Nothing is in or- 
der. He has a place for nothing and nothing is in its 
place. If he wants a gimlet, a chissel, or a hammer, 
he hunts up chamber, runs out to the barn, then to the 
corn house, searches the cupboards, and lastly when 
he has spent more time in tho search than it' would 
have taken to do the job, he finds it down cellar. He 
keeps no stock of small things if a button or a bail to a 
pail gives way, or a key to a yoke, or a pin to a sled, or 
a helve tq an axe, or even a tooth to a rake, he has none 
to replace them. These are a few more of the signs of 
a poor farmer. See then, dear friend, that they are 
not applicable to yourself. Despise not the day of 
small things. Remember that large streams flow 
from little fountains and that t!ie neglect of small thincrs 
will bring great affairs to ruin. 



man sighed as his suffused eye dwelt upon the then 
unoccupied seat. But joy yet came to his relief, and 
he v/as happy. A parent's love knows no dimmution; 
i,ime, distance, poverty, shame, but give intensity and 
trength to that passion before which all others but 
dissolve and melt away. Another year elapsed. The 



30 days. 



JUNE 



1831 



The lambs are leaping o'er the grf 6 
IN'o hoar frost in the dawn is seen ; 
But every heart and every grove 
Thrills with the ecstacies of love. 



]) Last Quarter 3d day, lOh. 28in. morning. 

9 New moon 10th day, Ih. 59m. morning, 

d First Quarter 16ih day, llh. 8m. evening. 

O Full Moon 25th day. 2h. 9m. morning-. 



CALENDAR, ASPECT'S, &C. 



rises sets. F. pi 



D If c^ charged with vapor 4 
D Q which, at the Jirsl 4 
change of temperature, will 4 
Geo. HI. born 1738. de- 4 
1st San.af. Trinity, scend. 4 
Redness of the suii's light 4 
indicates a sufficient densi- 4 
^ Stat. * ?'d iy 9f ^'i«'i 
% Perigee, air to suspend 4 
the smoky, and of course 4 
St. Barnabas. ^Stat. 4 
2nd Sunday after Trinity 4 
the watery vapor, and lohile 4 
D b 6 ^ Q ^''i^-5 contin- 4 
ues no rain is to be expect-\-i 
ed. Changes in the state 4 
St. A! ban. of the air seem 4 
War dec. by G. B. 1812. 4 
3d Sunday aletr Trinity. 4 
y Gr. Elong. to produce 4 
3| >^ enters 25 corresponding 4 

4 % Apoaee. changes in the 4 
Sfeelings of birds and other 4 
GiNativ. of" John the Bap. 
7 animals, which they express 

C 4th Sunday after Trinity. 

2 in various ways, and no 

3 D ^ d doubt a careful 
4iSt. Peter 

5 attention 



26 

25 

25 

24 

24 

23 

23 

22 

22 

22 

21 

21 

21 

21 

20 

20 

20 

2017 

207 



9 

. &s. 



20 17 40 



4 

4 
4 
4 
4 

. 'i>n6 D a U 

to their actions]^ 



20 

20 

20 

20 

20 

20 

2OI7 

2017 

21 7 



2 
2 
2 
2 

2 

1 
1 
1 

1 
1 



s 




1 
1 

IJTlt 



6 
38 

8 
41 

J 4! 
50' 

28; 
111 



2iV5 
3 



D set. 

9 2! 

9 ; 

10 43| 

11 24! 
11 58i 
morn. 

27; 

55! 

1 22; 

1 50 

2 22' 

2 52' 

3 26! 

4 2i 
]) rise; 

8 4]; 

9 20| 
9 58; 

10 34 

11 6 



1S31. JULY. 7t,h month. 



FARMER S CAI.EMDAR. 

Time in his course moves all things on, 
Bids days approach and hids them gone, 

Nor heeds what mortals say ; 
But on his current swift and strong 
He bears the days and months along 

And wafts us all away. 



! Well, now neighbor Haymaker, if you have kept 
'pace with your btisiiiess, every thing is in complete 
readiness to, commence your haying. But I have two 
'cautions to give — Beware of cold neater and hot rum. 
iThe one mny kill by excessive friendship and the other 
iby its implacable enmity. Would you, friend, if the 
joutside of your dwellin.s were exposed, or actually on 
fire, endeavor to extinguish them and preserve your 
buildings by scattering flames within? That course 
would imply no greater folly than to pour down our 
throats ardent spirits, that liquid fire, to counteract 
the fervor produced in our frame by that flood of solar 
fire which is now descending upon us. If your hay is 
not perfectly well made before it goes into your barn be 
uot sparing of salt. Scatter it '.ipon your hay freely 
and it will not be lost, nor your hay spoiled, nor will 
jyou have the trouble of salting your cattle while feed- 
ling upon it. When it so rains that you cannot woik 
|ow/-a-c/oor you, who neglect to do it at other times, 
-may take care of your gardens. What needs doing 
hotter be done at a bad time than not to be done at all. 
But remember that there is a time and a season for all 
thing-s, and that as far as possible every thing should 
be done inits season. Leave till to-morrow that which 
should be done to day and the business of the morrow 
will crowd upon next day and so on ad wfinitum. Re- 
imember that your garden wants looking to now and 
then. How much better it is to save our own garden 
jseeds than to pay a dollar or two every year to the Qua- 
kers for savin": them for us! 



board was spread. But the guests came not. The old 
man cried, ' Where are my children ?' Ar.d echo an- 



31 days. 



JULY 



Summer! we meet again and range 
High mountain verge, low winding vale • 
Each various prospect toiling change, ' 
In reach of health's delicious gal^. ° 



1831, 



D Last Quarter 2d day, 6h. 58m. evenincr. 

• New moon 9th day, 8h. 56m. morninaf 

A E^n^,?"^^^^^ ^^^^ ^^y' ^h. 12m. evJnino- 

Q Full Moon 2 4th day, 4h. 1 4m. evening. '^ 



CALENDAR, ASPECTS, &C. 



21 


5 


22 


6 


23 


7 


24 


C 


25 


2 


26 


3 


27 


4 


28 


5 


29 


6 


30 


7 


31 


c 



and also to the appearances 
Visitation B. V. Mary. 
5th Sunday after Trinity. 
of Jiowers, plants, leaves. 
4'C. would enable the ob- 
server often toforeiellpret- 
? ^ J ©Perigee, ty 
accumtely the changes of 
the weather. For inslance^ 
6th Sunday after Trinity. 
D Q if swallows should 
D ? c^ D ? c^ he ob- 
served to fly lower than xi- 
sual, it might be worth 
while to inquire ichether 
the air is not too much rar- 
7th Sunday after Trinity. 
ifled to allow them to fly 

* ^ d Inf. higher with 
Morgaret. ©Apogee. 
ea.se ; or it may be that flies 
Magdelan. for the same 

* enters^ reason, art 
8th Sun. af. Trinity, col 
St. James, lected near the 
St. Annei D 1/: c^ j) q 
earth, and that the swal- 
lows are in pursuit of them 



rises sets. Is 



6 for food. If so, rain may 
? Gr. Elong. be expectea 
9th Sunday after Trinity. 



25 7 



30 

31 

32 

33 

34 

35 

36 

36 

37 

38 

39 7 

40 

42 

43 7 
4 44 
4 45 



39 
38 
38 
38 
37 
37 
36 
36 
35 
35 
34 
7 34 
33 
32 
31 
30 
29 
28 
o 



7 26 
7 25 



6X 
6|X 

6 kp 

6i« 



r. &:s. 

morn. 
8; 

40' 

1 151 

1 57; 

2 4Ii 

3 32' 
D set. 

8 31 

9 II 
9 50; 

10 28 

11 0^ 
11 26i 
11 52 
morn. 

18! 

47; 

1 20: 

1 561 

2 39! 

3 26! 
D rise' 

7 59' 
H 34 
9 6 
9 37| 
10 9! 

10 41' 

11 13; 



I83I. AUGUST. 8th month. 



FARMER S CALENDAR. 

Late winter reigned on every hand ; 
"J'hen spring uniock'd his icy hand, 

And bade tiie earth rejoice; 
The earth revived, and then at length 
The summer came in all his strength— 

Now lifts his sultry voice. 



When I sne, as is not unfrequently the case, a stout | 
hearty man begging from house to house, a scanty pit-j 
tance for a ftmily of tattered starving chiidrun, thinks! 
1 to myself, man, you have a hajd row to hoe. You 'i 
had much better ask alms of mother earth. She w'Ji 
listen to the voice of thy supplications, and she, if she 'j 
'does not fully reward your attentions, will not lo a you!! 
iwith curses nor break your b(mei3 with kicks. An 
he must be a being, sui generis, who does not find it | 
easier, as well as more profitable, to labor than to 
beg. 

j Drive your harvesting and not let your grain return 
iagain into the earth. Neither let it sprout in the 
field nor heat inthe sto:k, nor be destroyed by vermin- 
I have told you before, and the wise king SoloPion has 
told you that he who is slothful in his business is broth- 
er to him who is a great waster. But what signifies | 
admonitions and exhortations if they pass by those tori 
whom they are intended like the idle winds, wholly i 
unregarded. But v/e are encouraged by such promises i 
as this — Be yc not weary in well doing, for in due time i 
ye shall reap if you faint not — i. e. ye shall, sooner or 
later see your admonitions heeded and your efforts 
crowned with success. 



swered, where ? His heart broke — for ificy w^re not. 
Could not Heaven have spared his gray hairs this af- 
liiction ? Alas! the demon of drunkenness had been 
there. Tliey had fallen victims of his spell. And ono 
short month sufficed to cast tiie veil of oblivion over 
the old man's sorrow and the young one's shame. 
,They are all dead. 
! .AT. Y. American. 



31 da VI 



AUGUST 



IK31. 



IVIctliinks I see thee, t'ummer! gpi 
1 liy msy amis in w.iiuon fliglit, 
Chang:ing thy vest, wiienever lerl 
Bv Nature through the fields of li 



D Last Quarter 1st clay, Uh. oOm. luunnag. 

O New Moon 7th day, 5h. 12m. evenincf. 

d First Quarter 15lli day, 5h. 33m. morning. 

O Full Moon .23d day, 5h, 14m. morning. 

D La^t Quarter 30th dav, 5h. 57m. morning\^ 

' T 



CALENDAR, ASPECTS, &:C. 






^rs.lvS.lDl Ir. &,s. 



:^|iianinmh JJav. xoittittiun 
3, Battle of the' Nile 1799. 

3 4 Com. U. V. M. ©Peri. 

4 b'der and xcind. In icarm 
i} $6^ *Ji^5 tvealher, 
7 Trant;fio"'>Jr'it. ut'oiir Lord 

7|C:0th SafT. :^ec!. invis 
^i^ b 6 :> $ 6 DQ 
9 3i D y c^ water may fre 

[0 4!!St. Lawrence. * ^ 5 

1 1 5 quently be seen standins; in 

12 6K. G.IV. b. 1762. ^ ^ 6 

13 1 small drops 071 the heartily 

14 C nth Sunday af. Trinity. 

15 2 and on the outside of glass 

16 3 @x\pon-ee. and earthen 

17 4 Com. Middlebury Col). 

) 8 5 vessels containing cold tea- 
19 6 tcr, because the air being 
ZO 7 saturated xcith moisture^ 
21 C 12th S. after Trinity. 
;>2 2 D g and coming in con- 

3 j^e;]terslT>( D eclipsed. 
24 4 St. Bartholomew. tad 

5 with a colder body, the loa- 

6 fer which it contains is con- 
1 densed ; of course, rain 

28 C 13th S. after Trinity. 

29 2,John bap, b'h'ded. >jc h i 

30 3 may soon be expected. 

31 4 o Gr. Liong. ©Perifres-". 



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I83I. SEPTEMBER. 9th month. 



FARMERS CALENDAR. 

But time 1 invidious time moves on ! 
The sultry summer now is goncj 

And Autuma shows his front; 
But every season brings along 
Its joys and sorrows, sigh and song, 

Its plenty and its want. 



Summer has again wasted his strength — vegitaMon 
has lost its vigour, and the sallow leaf and the ripening 
fruit proclaim that the waning of the year has already 
commenced. See how the orchards are bending be- 
neath their load, while the ground beneath them is lit- 
erally strewed with the fallen fruit, which is mellowing 
in the sun. Shall I again tell you to secure your seeds 
for planting another year ,'' Yea ; for I find line upon 
hne and precept upon precept to be absolutely neces- 
sary in these degenerate times. Let your seeds be 
well dried, if on the stalk, the better, and then lay 
them away in a dry place secure from the vermin. — 
'T is true the expense of garden seeds is but a little, 
but it IS well to remember, that 

'* Many a little makes a mickle," 
and that you must be careful and particular, if it is 
your ambition to be in a state to manage imporant 
matters. 

Next *.o Xantinpies, above all bipeds, I sincerely 
hate busybodies who, go gabbleing and tattleing about 
telling every thing they see, hear or imagine. If it 
is true that ' one scabbed sheep mars the whole flock.' 
it is no less true that one busihody is sure fo keep the 
whole neighborhood in a continual jargon. How 
much better it is to mind our own business and let oth- 
er folks alone, than to be continually in fault ourselves 
by publishing the faults of others. 



METHOD 

Of removing ^^rease spots from silk and other substances, 
without injury to the colors. From the ' Jour7\al des 
Connaissances Usuclles.' 
Take a little of the volk of an esfsr, and put upon the 



30 days. 



SEPTEMBER 



1831.1 



Where last we met thy robe was like 
The blush that tints the maiden rose, 
But here the crimson glories strike 
As rays with which tlie ruby glows. 



O New Moon 6th day, 3h. 42 m. morning-. 
d First Qiiarter 13th day, llh. 51m. evening. 
O Full Moon 21st day, 5h. 4in. evenino", 
D Last Quarter 28th nay, 1 I h. 37m. morning-. 



CALENDAR, ASPECTS, &C. ! * I * ^1^1 ^ 

' ' Iriseslsets. F.jpl |r. &s. 



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4 

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6 

7 

8 

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29 
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o Giles. I'/ie reason ichy ice 5 27j6 

6 London burnt 166G. O. S. 5 2s|6 
mar/ expect it to cease rain 5 29 
14th S. after Trin. ) S |-^ 31 

2;® ^ c^ ing when the fog 5 32 
3Freemen's meeting in Vt. 
4'ascen(Js, is, that the air has 
5|Nat. B. V. Mary, becomes 
^^sufficiently dense to buoy it 5 
"up, and of course, will re- 
I5th S. after Trmity. 
tain its moisture ; but if the 
^ Stationary. # Apogee. 
4|Holy Cross. 

s\fog descends, it shows that 
6|mc air is too light to sus- 

7 Lambert. ^Stationary. 
Cl6th S. afT.-inity. D 5 
2 tain it, and rain may be ex- o 
o\pected. 5 
4JSt. Matthew. 5 
5 The pagan superstitions, 5 
6|:<centers:^ connected tcith' 6 
^l^ $ 6 Friday, still ex-\Q 
C 17th S. after Trinity. €rt\6 
2^St. Cyprian :^ ? d Inf. « 6 
3 powerful influence over the]^ 
4minds of wany individuals. \Q 



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I83I. OCTOBER. 10th month 



FARMER S CALENDAR. 

And now the Autumn months are hare, 
\Vhich bear along the chang'ng- j^ear ; — 

October yields his treasures up, 
And plenty with a liberal hand 
Spreads joy and gladness o'er the land, 

And fills the foaming cup. 

Look now at the forests I See how the leaves with- 
er, and fade, and fall to the ground. How great the 
contrast between the russet with which the forests are 
now clad and their full, deep and lovely green of sum- 
mer! But the blossoms and leaves are not the only ob- 
jects which fade, and wither and die. A like fate 
awaits every sublunary object. Where now is that 
beauty^ who, a few years since, delighted the eyes and 
captivated the hearts of her beholders ! Perhaps she 
is mouldering in yonder church-yard. If not, the 
youthful plumpness and theroseat tint, have long since 
been chased from her visage by the en re- worn furrows 
of age, and her countenance is already ciianged by the 
irresistible advances of the winter of life. Secure 
your latter harvest in due season, and be reminded that 
there is a pilferer lurking around your premises and 
ready to snatch away every thing Avhich is left within 
his reach. He has been known to steal whole fields 
of potatoes, and it is no uncommon thing, at this late 
season of the year, to find him making depradations 
upon our gardens, especially if we nave been negligent 
and gotten a little behind our business. If you would 
have your garden sauce safe, secure it in your cellars, 
and then secure your cellars from frosty for he is the 
noted pilferer. Make up your cider, bung it up in 
clean strong cnsks, without giving it vent, and keep it 
lis cool as you possibly ^can, without suffering it to 
freeze. Kept in this vA^y you will have pleasant cider 
in ihe spring ; but without this precaution, the acetous 
fermentation will soon change it to vinegar. 

spot ; then place over it a piece of white linin, and wet 
it with boiling water ; rub the linen with the hand, 
and repeat the process three or four times, applying 



31 days 



OCTOBER 



1S31. 



But Autumn ! why advance so fast : 
Why come with sullen brew; 

O let this charming season last 
In a perpetual row. 



® New Moon 5th day, 4h. 52m. evening. 
D First Quarter, 13th day, 7h. 8m. evening-. 
O Full Moon 2] St day, 3h. 53m. morning. 
d; Last Quarter 27th day, 7h. lOm. evening. 



CALENDAR, ASPECTS, &C. 



rises sets 



Remegius. D Q sons who 
loth Sunday after Trinity. 
:an never be induced to 
■iet up the frame of a hull- 



(5 

3 
3 

6 
6 
o Faith, mence a journey. 6 
6 or engage in any new husi- 6 
:^< ? c$ ness on a Friday. 6 
C 1 9th Sun. after Trinity. 6 

2 2i Stationary. JVow thisQ 

3 ©Apogee, is all supersti-Q 
5 t Or. Elong. tion. Fri-\6 

5 Vermont Election. day,6 

6 is neither better nor xoorse^Q 

7 \Q 
C,20th S. Af. Trin. D ^3 6 
2^^neither more nor less lucky 6 
oihan Tuesday or Wednes- 

4 Cornwallis taken 1787. 
bdfiy., and one Friday h 
ewStationary. just as good 
I'as another Friday. It is 

C|21stS. af. T. j^enterslTl 
2j© Perigee. frw/?/ xconderfui 
3 Crispin, that this silly no 
4iion about Friday should 

5 so long have been retained 
5St.Simon&St. Jude. D Q 
7 % Stationary. among a 

C 22nd Sun. after Trinity. 
2 Christian people. 



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I83I. NOVE MBER. nth month 

farmer's CAf.ENDAR. 

How chan^red the scene ! with l>rowii' and red 
The forests' dress is inter-spread; 

Ar.d rustlfii^ in the gale, 
The leaves irp borne upon tli« breeze 

To distant moorings sail. 



As this is a trifling arre, trifles are become the mosi 
valued cuminodities-. 'Phe ancient and modern classics? 

e laid aside and people now read none but trifling au- 
tliors, and pursue none but trifling amusements, and 
contend for none bu-t trifling- fasiiions and opinion5% A 
trifling ftllow is preferred to tiie man of real worth, 
land alrifling woraan is more admired than she who 
'can think. And as if tliere were not real trifles 
'enough in the vvorld, the people now make trifles of 
'the rnost serious and valuable things, for they trifle 
away their time, tiieir healtii, their money, and their 
reputation. Honesty has become a trifle, honor a tri- 
fle, sincerity a trifle, conscience a trifle, and religion 
!the greatest trifle of all. And 1 can bu.t fear, although 
Eregret to say it, that my own weighly admonitions 
and sage instructions are regarded as trisfles. But it is 
some consolation to know, that sucii treatment is, in; 
these trifling times, the most conclusive proof of their 
intrui&ic excellence and importance. Look ye, friend, 
to the windward ! It will not be a trifilmg thing to have 
winter come upon you, while you are unprepared. 
Tattered shoes and stockings — thin aud ragged cloth- 
ing— a shattered and open house — a poor fire and 
cscanty bed clothes, are not the veriest trifles i-n the 
world in cold winter weather. 

A word to the wise. 
Gives sight to his eyes. 
But the fool will despise. 
And his trifles still prize. 



fresh boihng water each time. Tiie linen is then to be 
removed and the part thus treated to be washed with 
clean cold water. 



a& 



IpO rhivp. NOVEMBER 1831, 


j But no: the li^aves fri)in fariinij trees, 


■ Witli fiistliiig iioiso cuinjtlaiii, 


i Wliilo from i lie nortli thu Bonan breeze, 


Drives tierc^;ly o'er the plain. 


^1 @ Nt.'W Moon 4Lhday, 8!i. 47ni. inoniiiio-. 


1 D Fiifct Quarter 12(ii day, Ih, 54in. evening. 


1 O Full Moon 19th day, 2h. Gm. evening-. 


1 a Last Quarter 28th day, 5h. 37m. morninor. 


p S 


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CALENDAR, ASPECTS, &C. 


1 * *i® 

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3 31 


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he observers of Friday," 


7 05 16!=^ 


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i3d Sunday after Trinity- 


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lay? Did ynv I earn it 


7 f 


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8 56 


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from your Bibles ? Ha.-. 


7 10 


4 50 


16 


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9 41 


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St. Martin. God any leherell 1 1 


4 49 


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'ifonned you that when, in 


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7 22 


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7 24 


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7 2 1 


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7 23 


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7 30 


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7 31 


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imi. DECEMBKll. " T2t.l. month. 



farmer's CAI.MjNDAR. 

And now December cold and dro.-ir, 
Comes on to close the chani^ing' year, 

And bid it hence retire : 
Then, friend, thy house in ortlftr set, 
Collect your due, pay every debt — 

And then enjay your fire. 



But the car of time ia bringing us to the verge of an- 
other year, and what now remains to be said irmti be 
shortly said, and wiiat remains to Bsc done muat be 
quicldy done. And to you> friends, whose labor"* dur- 
ing the year, have been crowned with abundance, lift 
your hearts in gratitude to the Disposer of events, and { 
with a tribute of thanksgiving and praise bow down 
before the Lord, thy Maker ; and with that beneficence 
with which he has regarded you, look round upon the 
poor and destitute, and double thy own blessings hy. 
Igiving a portion of wliat thou hast so treely received — [ 
yea, by so doing thy Wessiiigs will be snore than douU- 
led, in as much as it is more blessed to give than Lo re- 1 
\ceive. See that your schools are furnished with good"- 
teachers, witii good and con>tbrtable schoolrooms, and 
[with the necessary apparatus and all tiio convor.iences 
'for facilitating the comniunicution and acQuisition of 
knowledge. Better far to leave thy children poor and 
well educated, than to leave them rich, in worldly 
stores and poor in intellectual treasures. Which is[ 
the nobler part of our persons, body (ix mind ? But,; 
courteous reador, we are novr arrived at the brink of 
the year, and standing upon it, and wishing you much 
profit from the past, and mucii happiness in the time 
to come — wishing you abundant success in all your 
laudable pursuits, and an exeujption from all the avoi- 
dable ills of this present life, and immortal bliss in the 
life which is to come — I l)id you an affectionate — 
Farewell. 



In washing jewelry, or any thing ornamented with 
crold, \t is a great improvement to pour a few drops of 
sal- volatile into the suds prepared tor that purpose. 



iS3i, 



Db^CEMBEti hath 31 days. 



Anil w inter coirifjs, ^nd nature dies, 

liut ilies to live again ; 
For S[)rin:;,' will come— the flowers will rise 

Upi)ii llio .snuw clad plain. 



^ New Moon 4tli day, 2h. 56m. morning. 

,^ First. Qnarter 12: h day, 6h. 30 m. morning. 

Q Full Moon .Olh day. Oh. I6m. morning, 

id Last (Quarter, 25th dny, 7h. IfJm. evening. 






CAI.KNDAR, ASFKCT 



S, &,C. 



*. * 






26 



14 



3fj 4 22 



o l/uu iL>iij^ iiml I ttiiujaisii 7 32|4 
Qyonr laivftd pursuits l.liro' 7 33 4 
7 Eonapart(} crowned 1804. 7 34,4 
C!2nd Sundriy in Advv'nt. 7 35] 4 
S'^Apogeo." fear of hhn, 7 361 1 
3 Nicholas, you do nouiagc 7 36i4 
4'^ 1^ n to the dcdl. 7 37 4 

5 Conception B. V. Mary. 7 

6 > e5 ^^6 :^U6 , 7 „„ 

7 Ye tears/lip ye know not 7 '^' 
€3d S. in Adwent. what.'- 7 

2 As it -respects trgns, S,-c. 7 

3 ichdher relating to ike 7 
iiceniher or any. thing else, 7 

I5| hih^, only safe and reascna- 1 

I6j 616/6' ^P.ethod is, to reject 1 

in] 7 them altogether as the! 
\n C'lth S.ip. Adv. £ Gr. Elon. 7 

19. 2@Perigeo. offspring of 7 

20 o ignorance and superstition^ 7 

21 4St. Thomas. vnlcss they 1 

22 oe^onter^VS* ^Q can 6ej7 
i23 6 explained upon rational t^' 7 

24 7(Tpt^tat. :? ^ c{ philoso- 7 

25 C|Chri.stfn;is Day. ^ Gr. E 7 
j26| 2St. Stephun. " sophicatl 

11 3 St. John, principks ; and 1 

4 Inriocr'nts. crm'ther. a strict 7 

5 observance (f thf-m is (f ten- 7 
Gcr proflnctive (f evil than 7 
7Sdv><tpr. (rood. 7 



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28 



THE UNION. 

The following notices of the suveral Statos of tlic Union, sluuv lio\s- 
pjlectors of Prfsident and Vice President are chosen, and nutn!)!r o: 
Electors — when State elections are lield — where and whentfiu'.c L'^- 
gislatures sit — number of members of Legislatu'es — pay yer day — 
terms of office of members of Legislatures — how, and for what |;'i- 
riod governors are chosen — how long eligible — tlieir (]ualilicatioiis. 
powers, p.nd their salaries — the time of adopting the United Staie-^ 
and State Constitutions — and rights of voting us exercised in the 
several States. I 

NEW-HAMPSHIRE. 1 

Electors of Presidenl and Vive-President, by frone j 
ral ticket; electors 8 ; state election, Siid '^I'uej^day iiiil 
March; state legislature at Cuncord, first Weduesduy 
in June; senators 12; representatives, 198; pay per 
day ^"2; term of oflice, both branches one year; <^-ov- 
ernor chosen for one year by the people, eligible indefi- 
nitely, must be an inhabitant seven years, 30 years of; 
age, an estate of £500, half {>eeho!d, has a negative in 
making laws, and, with advice of counci', appoints 
civil officers generally, salary ,^1200; adoption of U. 
States constitution, June 21, 1787 ; state constitution, 
Sept. 5, 1792; qualification of voters, every male in- 
habitant twenty-one years of age, three months in the 
state, paupers, students, &c. excepted. 

MASSACHUSETTS. 
Electors of President and Vice-President, by dis- 
tricts; electors 15 ; state election first Monday in A- 
pril ; state leiiislature at Boston, in January and May; 
number of senators and representatives indefinite ; 
pay per day ^2; term of olBce, both branches one 
year; governor chosen for one yenr by the people;,! 
eligible indefinitely, must be an inhabitant of the slate 
seven years, own a freehold estate of£!,000 m thei 
commonwealth, must declare himself of the clirisLian 
religion — with the council a[>points the officers of the | 
state generally, salary ^3367 ; adoption of the Unilcu | 
States constitution, Feoruary 6, 1788 ; state const itn-| 
tion, March 2,1780; qualification of voters, every' 
male citizen, (paupers and persons under guardianshij, 
excepted,) one year in the state, and six months m the 
township where he otiei-s to vote, having paid a tax 
within two years, unless exempted tlierefrom by law. 



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■ RHODE-ISLAND. 

! Electors of President an 1 Vice-President, by f^ene- 
• ral ticket; electora4; slat-) election, April and Oct. 
fnr representatives; state Le<^islature at Newport and 
Providence, first Wednesday in May and first Monday 
in October; senators 10, representative 72; pay per 
day. ^1 50; ter<in of office, senate one year, represen- 
tatives semi-aiin'taally ; oijvernor chosen tor one year by 
ttie people ; elif,nble indefinitely; salary ^600 ; adop- 
tion of United tStates constitution. May 29, 1790; state 
constitntion, 1G63 ; all freemen '5ote. 

[Note. This state has noconslitution : it retains its 
orii:inril charter. That instrument is silent as to the 
qualifications of governor. The charter vests all pow- 
Mi the Governoi' mul Company. All judicial ajid exec- 
utive officers are annually elected by the governor and[ 
company, v*ho are thenuselves chosen annually by ther 
t'reenieu.] 

! - CONNECTICUT. 

I Electors of President and Vice-President, by gene-' 
ral ticket; electors 8 ; state electioi\ first Monday in, 
April; state Legislature at Hartford and New-Haven 
;ilternately; nuiMl)er o'i legislators 2(3 4; pay per day 
^l 50; term of olfice, both branches one year; gov- 
ernor chosen for one year by tlie people.; eligible 
without restriction, must be an electrr of thcstate, and 
■JO years of age, has a negative in making laws, &lc. 
salary JI200 ; adoption of United States constitution, 
Jnnuury 9, 17ou ; state constitution, September 15, 
lulS; qualification of voter, every ^vhite male citi- 
zens having a legal residence of six months, with a 
freehold of seven dollars per annum, and every ■white 
male enrolled in the militia one year, or being exempt- 
ed from military duty by law having paid a state tax 
within the year, and possessinn- a good moraJchara-cter. 
VERMONT. 

Electors of President and Vice-President, by gsTie- 
ral ticket ; electors 7 ; 5tate election first Tuesday in 
September; state Legislature at Montpelier, second; 
Thursday in October; •co^uicil 12, legislato-rs one from! 
eaej] town, about 206 ; pay per day.J^l 50; term of 



loffice, both branches one year; governor causen furj 
one year by the people ; eli^nble without restriction ]\ 
must have resided ri the stale four years; with thoj 
council commissions all otncers, appoints some, g-rantsv 
pardons, sees that the laws are executed ; salary g750;' 
adoption of United States constitution, March 4,|| 
1791; state constitution, July 4, 1793; qualificatiuni 
of voters every male citizen oH a peaceable and quiet I 
behavior., having- resided in the slate one ilill year, and! 
three months in the town. « j 

NEW-YORK. I 

Electors of President and Vice Presidf^nt, by gene-! 
ral ticket; electors 36; state election tir^t Monday in| 
November; state lefrislaiure at Albany, tirst Tuesday! 
in January; senators 32, assembly 128 ; pay p6r day,! 
^3 ; term of office, senate tbur years, in classes, as- 
Jsembly one .year ; governor chosen for two years by 
the people ; eligible indefinitely, niust b-:; a wise and j 
'discreet freeholder of tlie state ; nuiy convene u'ld pro- 
rogue the legislature, grants reprieves, and with the 
consent of the senate, appoints to otlice, &c. ; salary 
^5,000; adoption of the U. States constitution, JulVj! 
16, 1778 ; state consliiution, April 20, 1777 ; qualifica- i 
tioa of voters, every male citii^en of the age of twenty- j 
one years, one year in the state and six nionths in the j 
town or county where he ofiers to v(»te, having pa'd a f 
tax within the year, or legally served as a militia man, ;| 
or fireman, or labored on the iiighways, &c. li 

NEWJ-ERSEY. || 

Electors of President and Vice-President, by gene- !| 
ral ticket; electors t! ; state election 2nd Tuesday and 
Wednesday in October; state legislature at Tri.'nton, 
4th Tuesday in October; council 13, assembly 43 ; 
pay per day |^3 ; term of office, both branches one year; 
jgovernor chosen for one year, by logislatgre ; eligible 
indefinitely — is president of the council, chancelior ot 
state ; and the governci and council are a court of ap- 
peal in the last resort, in all cases of law, &c. ; salary 
^2000; adoption of United States constitution, Dec. 
18,1787; state constitution, July 2, 177G; qualifica 



t'i'his mark denotes Ihc state adn)itted jnto the Union by Consress. 



;|^^|^^ twelve months r^d^^ 

wonl. a clear -- - fso^ .oela.aUon .^ 



ral t kp pf f ^' '*'' ""^ ^^^^ President, by gene 
ral ticket; ejectors -0 ; state election 2nd Tuesdiiv i, 
.October; state legislature at Harrisburah, first S, 
uaym December; senate 32, assea^blyloo pay ' : 
% g3 ; term of offic, senata four yea,Vass;m^bTy o'n 
.year; governor chosen for three venr^ hv M "^""^-^^^"^ 

;eIi,ib]e.nneyearsoutoft.vd::,^::S ^30^^^^^ 
;age and an mhabuant twelve years, he remiL fil ' 
and for e.tures, and apponUs to-the off ces n the sta :i 
^^encraJly ; salary g 4000 ; adoption of Uunited Stah ' 
iConsLitution, Dec(;uiber 1'^ 17>17. /^''"^'^^. states 
«eptemher,2, 1790 ; quahl-aV: n ;;rt:r;re;vt" 

a tax, and the sons of such between twenty-one n.u! 
twenty-two without the payment of a lax I 

DELAWARE 



E ectors of President and Vice-President, by Le^ris- 
la ure; electors 3; state election first Tuesday in Oct 
:^^^^§^-^-^-^e at Dover, first Monday in January 
senate 9, representatives 21 ; pay ner d-iv c5 , ^• 
01 office, senate three years, ;ep^el./nta^^^^^^^^ 
governor chosen f.r three years, by the people ItV 
bJe three years; must be 36 years of age, sifyears! n 
mhab.tant of the state, and twelve yearns if the Un t d 
:i^ ate. ; he appoints to office, remits fines and Ibrtlit-' 

ru^iol'^gi!^^""""^^' '' ''"' ^'^'^ constitution, 

i „ , Maryland. 

LdectorsofPresident and Vice President, by disJ 

t ets ; electors 1 1 ; state ejection first Monday in Oct 

tate legislature at Anapolis, first Monday in DeceH ' 

>er; senate 15, assembly CO ; pay per day^^l; term of 

o&ce, snate 5 y., assembly annually; governor chosen 



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appoint to office generally ; salary s^l666 66; adoption 
jot" United States contitution, April 13, 17fJB; state 
constit^ation, Auo'ust 14, 17;{6 ; qualification of voters, 
all free white waales 21 years of ao-e, having' resided in 
the state one year, and sis. months m the county. 
VlilGINIA. 

Electors of President and Vice-President, by gene- 
ral ticket; electors 14; slate electio-n in April, coun- 
ties in succession; stale legislature at Richmond, first 
M«>jjday in December; senate 64, commons 135; pay 
per -day ^1; terRti of office, senate four years, delegate 
one year ; governor eligible three years only in succes-' 
sion ; the governor, with adfv'ice of council, grants par 
dons and reprieves, appoints justices of the peace, &c 
salary ^3,333 33 ; adoption of United States conslitu-j 
tion, June 16, 1788; state constitution Inly 5, 176 ;' 
qualification of voters, fifty acres of unimproved land 
in the county,, or twenty-.fivc acres of land with a housed 
on it, held for life or in fee simple, qualify a man to 
vote in the county xvhore the land lies, provided said 
land has been ow«ed by liim six months before the elec- 
tion, or has descended to him, or come by marriage or 
gift. An improved lot in any corporate town, with a 
dwelling hoiise of a certain size thereon. A personj 
owning land as above, in different counties may vote in 
each county for delegates, but can only give one vote 
for a senator or i^iernbor of congress, inthe same district. 
NORTH-CAROLTNA. 

Electors of President and Vice-President, by gene- 
ral ticket; electors 15; state election second Tues- 
day in August; state Legislature at Raleigh, third 
Monday in November; senate 24, delegates 212; payj 
per day ^3; term of office both branches one year;' 
igovernor chosen for one year, by legislature, eligible| 
jtliree years only in succession, must be thirty years of 
age; five years a resident of the state, and have a (re- 
hold in lands and tenements of j£lOOO — he is advised 
by council, grants reprieves, pardons, &c.; salary 
^1000; adoption of United States constitution, Nov. 
21, 1789; state constitution, Dec. 18, 1776; qualifica- 
tion of voters, all freemen with a freehold of 50 acres, 

~lJgi-iJaia HT lIC : ^VS 5 Iilal^l3:ilIJ£Iai^^ 11Ti77irii 'T^ 



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and a resideDtofone year for senators, and all freemen 
re'sideut \Z tnontlis, hnviug paid taxes, for members oi 
'.he liouse of coinrnons. I 

I SOUTH-CAROLINA. ; 

i Electors of President and Vice-President, by legisla-! 
Mire ; electors 11 ; state election second Monday and 
Tuesday in October, bienially ; state legislature a!i 
Columbia, 4th Monday in November; senate 40; rep-j 
resentatives 120; pay per day g3 ; term of office, sen-l 
ate four years, representatives two years; governor 
chosen tor two years, by legislature; eligible two 
years; mast be 30 years old ; a resident end citizen of 
ilie state for ten years ; and possessed of a settled es- 
tate in the commonwealth, of tiie value of j£l500 stor 
Jinn- ch-ar of debt ; eligible only two years in succes-| 
siou, and then not till the expiration of four ye?rs ; lie' 
grants reprieves, pardons, reiriits lines, forfeitures, &:c. 
■salary <^4000; adnption of U. S. constitution, May 3,1 
,1738, Slate constitution, June 3, 1790; qualifications of 
voters, every free white citizen, two years in the stats. ' 
with a treehold of 40 acres, or town lot possessed for 6, 
months, or not having such freehold or lot, a residence 
of G months in the election district vvheie lie offers ti | 
vote, and the payment of a tax within the year of three ; 
shillings tovv^ards the support of the state government.: 

GEORGIA. 
i Electors of President and Vice-President, by gene 
|ral ticket; electors 9 ; state election first Monday ii 
Octiiber ; state legislature at MiUedgeville, first Mon- 
day in November ; senate 13, representatives — ; pay 
per day 5^ ; term of ofiice, both branches one year; 
governor chosen tor two years by the legislature ; gov- 
ernor eligible indefinitely, must be a citizen of tin 
United States twelve years, and an inhabitant of th< 
state six years, 30 years of age ; possess 500 acres ot 
land withm the state, and other properly to the amouni 
of ^1000, clear of debt, has a negative in passing laws, 
grants reprieves, pardons, «S:.c. ; salary <^30bo ; acioptioi 
ot^U. S. conslitution, Jan. 2, 17o8; state constitution. 
May 30, 1793; qualifications of voters, all citizens anr 
inhabitants wjio have paid the taxes required of them 



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jmd resided p'lz months in the town vvliere lliey vote. 

I KENTUCKY. 

' Electors of President and Vice-President, by g-ene- 

jral ticket; electors 14; state eleetiion first Mond:iy in 

lAngust; state legislature at Frankfort, ^irst Mondav 

in December; senate 34, representatives: 100 ; pay per 

i'lay^2; term of office, senate f<iur years in ciasncs. 

r(.'presentatives one year ; governor chosei; for foni 

years by the people; ineiif^ible for seven yeariB after; 

nust b 3 35 years of ajre ; a citizen ot the United States 

uid an inhabitant oftlie slate six years ; lie nominates 

ind by and with the advice and consent of the senate, 

ippoints to -otK-cc, &c.; remits fines and forteitnres, 

(Trants reprieves and pardons ; salary ; adoption 

of tlie United States constitution, Augfust 17; 1799; 
state cons^tiitution, Ang-. 17, 1709; qualification of vo- 
ters,. all free white male citizens, tv,'o years in tiie state, 
and one in the countv where they vote. 
TENNESSEE. 
Electorf? of President and Vice Presidciiit, by dis- 
tricts ; electors 1 1 ; (titc election first Thursday arid, 
P.-iday in Aufjust, fe;ennially; state legislature at 
Murfreesborough, 2d Monday in Sept. biennially ; 
ejiate 20, r<'presentatives 40 ; pey per day ^3; term 
ji)f ofiice, bosh brandies, two years; governor chosen 
for two years by the people ; governor eligible six 
years in J> ; governor must be 33 years of ago, possess 
a freehold of 500 iicres of land, and have been a citizen 
of the state 4 years ; he grants reprieves and pardons, 
^Ils vacancies in ofiice, &c.; sa'lary t|l750 ; adoption 
oftiie United 8tates coiisktiition, Juntr,l fl791; state 
constiluMon' Feb. 6, 1796'; .q^iaalification ot voters, ev- 
'-•ry freeman an inhahitr^iit of the state, if a frefholdor, 
may vote in the county whr're th(> freehold Ii'>s, with-j 
out being a resident thereof — if net possessed of a free- 
hold, he must have resided six monthswhere be votes. 
OHIO. 
Electors of President and Vice-President, by gener- 
al! ticket ; electors 16; state election 2d Tu i?day in 
Oct.; state legislature at Columbus, first Monday in 
Dt'c; senate 32, renresent:ili7<\s fj'i ; pav t^er dnv ii^2; 



term of office, senate I wo years, represontalivos onr 
year; governor clioisen for iwo years, l>y the people; 
rrovernor elifrible 4 years in 6; the n-overnor must he 
30 pears of uge, a cif.iz^en of tlie United States 12, and 
an inhabitant of the «iate 4 years; he grants reprieves 
nnd pardons, and fills vacancies in office, &c.; salary 
silSOO; adoption of the United States constitution.. 
Feh. 19, •(■l-i>3; state constitution, Nov. 1,180-2;! 
qualification of voters, every white male inhahitant 
[one year therein, havinaf paid a state or county lax. 
LOUISIANA, 

Electors of President and Vice-Presideat, by dis 
Itricts ; electors 5 ; state election first Monday inJulv 
[state lecrislaUire at New-Orleans, first of Jan.; senaiej! 
—, representatives — ; pay per day j^— ; ternfv of of- li 
fice, senate four years, representatives r. wo years ; gov-'j 
ernor chosen for four years by the people; ^roYenw?;] 
elioible one term : the crovcrnor must be 35."year3 ofj 
age' a citizen of the U. States, and six years an inhnb-j! 
itant of the state; must hold a landed e^ateof g^OO^j! 
jereeably lo the tax list ; he appoints to office ^reuer- " 
ally, and with the approbation of the seriate, grants re- 
prieves, pardons, &c.; salary g^7000; adoptii>n of the 
jUiiited States constitution, 'April S, 1^12; state con- 
stitution, Jan. 22, 1812; quaUf.cation of voters, every 
free while male citizen, re^idino- therein one ye-ar, and 
having paid a tax or being a freeholder. 
INDIANA. 

Electors of Pressdent ai»d Yiee-Presideat, bygenor- 
altickot; electors 5 ; state clectioa fir^^t Monday ir. 
August; state legislature in Croyden, first Monday in 
Dec; senate 16, representatives 39 ; pay per day ^^2 ; 
term of office, senate three years in cksses, represent-! 
atives one year; governor chosen for three years, by 
the people; eligible six yearsin nine; must be oOyears 
[of age, a citizen of the United States ten years, and a 
jresident of the state five; he nominates and by and with: 
[the advice and consent of the s^^nate appoints to office,! 
(remits fiiaes and forfeiteres, grtints reprieves and par-' 
|dons,&c.; salary <^1 000 ; aboptionof the United States; 
consfitutio n, Dec. 1[,+1816: slnte constitutinn. Juno' 



29, 181G; qualificaliou of voteis, all white male citi- 
zens one year in the state. 

MISSISSIPI. 

Electors of President and Vice-President by gener- 
al ticket; electors 3; state election first Monday in 
Aug.; state legislature at Jackson 4th Monday in De- 
cember; senate ten, representatives 32; pay per day 
5^4,50 ; term of office, senate three years in classes, 
representatives one year; governor chosen two years, 
by the people; eligible indefinitely; he must be 30 
years of ase, a citizpu of the United States ]0 years; 
a resident of tiie stale — years, and seized of a free- 
hold of 600 acres of land, or of real estate of the value 
of j^lOOO, twelve months previous to his election ; he 
grants reprinv^s and pardons, remits fines and forfeit- 
ures, fills vacancies in office, &e.; salary ^I ,500 ; a- 
Bidoption of United States constilutinn, December 10 
||fl817; state constitution, August 15,1817; qualifica- 
tion of voters, vvliite males, one yenr in the sta'o, six 
months in the county, serving in the militia and pay- 
ino- a tav. 

ILLINOIS. , 

Electors of President and Vice-Presidenr, bygener- 
il ticket;' electors three ; sttite plection first Monday 
in August bienninlly; state legislature at Vandaiia, 
tirst Monday in December, biennially ; senate 18, rep- 
resentatives 26 ; pay per day gl; t^Tm of office, sen- 
ate four years, representatives two years ; governor 
chosen for four years, by the people; governor eligible 
for four years in 7; he must be 30 years of age, a citi- 
zen of the U. States 30 years, and two years a resident 
>f the state; he grants reprieves and pardons, and with 
'he Judges of the Supreme Court, has the revision of 
■ill bills before they become laws, &c.; salary ^^1000: 
adoption of the U. States constitution, Dec. 3, 1818; 
state constitution, Aug. 26, 1818; qualification of vo- 
ters, white male inhabitants, six months in tlie state. 
ALABAMA. 

Electors of President and Vice-President, by gener- 
al ticket; electors 5; state election first Monday and 
Tuesday in Ann-nst : slate leo-jslalure at Cahawba, 3d 



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I'MoDuay m iN'nvomber; Senate — , representatives, — 
jpay per day ^4 ; term of office, senate 3 years ; rep 
jresentatives 1 year; governor chosen for 2 years by 
|thc people, eligil)!o4 years irj 6 ; must be 30 years of 
jagfe, a native of the United States, and 4 years a resi- 
jdeiU of the State : he has a neorative in the passing of 
jlaws, grants reprieves and pardons, remits fines and 
jrorfeiturofi, fiils vacnncies in office, «Sz.c. ; salary ,^2000; 
jadoption of United States constitution, December 14. 
flClQ; state constitution, Aug. 2, 1819; qualification 
of voters, every white male of lawful age, having re- 
sided one year in tlie state and three months in the 
icounty. 

I MAINE. 

II Electors of Prosidcnt and Vice President, by dis- 
jtricts; electors 9 ; sfnte election 1st Monday in Sept. 
jstate legislature v.l P<jrtiand, 1st Manday in 'January ; 
senate — ; representatives — ; pay per day g2; term 
jof office, both branches 1 year; governor chosen for 1 
'year by the peoplp, eligible indefinitely, must be 30 
year:? of r-ge, a native born citizen of the U. States, 
.Tiid 5 year>3 a resident of the state; he nominates, and 
vvirh the advice and consent of t^e council, appoints 
all judicial oflicers, the attorney general, sheriffs, coro- 
ners, registers of probate, notaries public, and all oth- 

ijer civil and military officers, except such as are other-j 
I wise appointed by ihe express provisions of the con-' 
.^titi'tion or I.t.vs of the slate; he has power, with the! 
advice and consent of the council, to remit, after con- 
viction, forfeitures and penalties, and to grant reprieves!! 
and pardons, except in cass's of impeacliment , salaryll 
;i:si500; adoption of the United States constitution,!] 
jMarcii3, f 13-20; state constitution, Oct. 29, 1819; 
qualification of voters, every freeman, having his res- 
idence established flsree mJn-Jis before the'' election, 
•students, pnupers, &c. excepted. 

MISSOURI. I 

Electors of President and Vice President by gene- 
ral ticket; electors 3; state election, Jst Monday in 
•-^'ig'ist, bienialiy : state legislature at Jefferson ; sen- 
Ht_e J7: reprcspntalivPs^55^;j5ay per day,g3; govern-j 



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)r chosen for four years, by the people ; eligible fiHir 
years in eight ; the governor must bi» 3;? years of age: 
a native born citizen of the Uuitcd States, or a cilizeri 
at the time of the adopiion of t!>e coristiiution of th< 
United States ; must be a resident of the state four 
years; he fills vacancies by cippoinlment when tlievj 
occur, has a negative in passing laws., remits fines and 
forfeitures, and grants reprieves and pardons, except 
in cases of impeachment ; salary '^"2,008; adoption of 
of the United Stales constitution August 19, f 1821; 

tale constitution. June 12, lo2(>: qualification of vo- 
ters, all free white male citizens one year in the statt 
and three months in the C!>unty. 
Whole number of Eles tors — 2Gi. 



SALARIES- AND FEES, 
Of Uie several qfjleers and other jycrsons in the • 
State of Vermoni. 

SALARIES. 

Governor, g750 OOi 

Judges Supreme Court, each ^1,050 OOj 

Secretarv of State, 450 00 

Treasurer, ■ 400 OOj 

Secretary of the Governor and Council, 250 00| 

Clerk of the General Assembly 375 501 

FEES. 

For Lieutenant Governor's attendance on coun- 
cil per day p 00 
Travel per mile, each way, 6 
Councillor's fees for attendance per day, 1 50 
Travel per mile, each way, 6 
Representatives' fees, per day, 1 50| 
Travel per mile, each way, 6|| j 
Speaker of the General AssenQbly per day, 2 50 
Travel pfrr mile each way, 6 
Engrossing Clerk, per day, 2 50 
Travel per mile, each way, b 
For all other services during the year, and fur- 
nishing all blanks required of him, 75 OC: 
Supreme Court's Fees. 
For the entry of each action, there shall be paid 



25 
50 


67 
2 50 
.1 00 



o9 

to the clerl:, for the benefit oi" the state, 

Por entering each review, 

For each oiotiua for arrest of jud^t^ent, qr new 

trial, 
jPor each action tried, 
jLCach nonsuit, default or confession, 

Kor allowing and signing writs of error, audi- 
ta querela, and habeas corpus, and taking re- 
coo^nisance of the satne, to each judge signing 
the same, 4 67] 

Tiiere ehall be paid to the clerk far the benefit of 
the state, for each action tried by jury, 6 00 

Covntij Court's Fees. 

?ox each entry of an action, there shall te paid 
to the clerk for the benefit of the judges, 56 

For each action tried, for the benefit of the judg 
es, 67] 

jFor each judgment by nihil dicit, abatesneat, 
nonsuit, default, or confession, 30 

For each licence for a tavern-keeper, or retailer 
of eign distilled spirits, 34 

For each motion in arrest of judgment and new 
trial, 50 

For allowing and signing cacii writ of audita 
querela, and habeas corpus, and taking recog- 
nizance of the same, for each jud^e signing 
the same, 40 

And there sh.all be paid to the clerk, for the ben 
efit of the county for each action tried by jury, 6 00 

And for the entry of each action, by the party 
CRtering the same, for the benefit of the county, 25 
Judge of Prohale's Fees. 

Granting administration, 

Receiving will and decision en the satrse, 5 

Receiving will frem out of the slate, and order 
to record the same, 50 

Examining and allowing tlie account of esecu- 
tors or administrator^ of each state, 50 

Ascertaining what sum must bo raised for pay- 
ment of dt^bts, and granting order of sale, 50j 

<^Trantinn- ordf^r to dividf* ps^^^e in common, 25' 



40 11 

Granting order of payuient to creditors, 2c|i 

Appointing committee to set off duvver, 2[j^ 

Appointing coumiitiee to divide estate amorg j| 

heirs, S.Sf] 

Appointing committee of Appraisnl, G 

Accepting return made by coiiimissioners, ap- 
praisers, committee of dower, order of salo, 
committee of division, or inventory of guaidi- 
an, and ordering tile same recorded, 1 

Accepting representation of insolvency, and a[!- 
pointing commis;5ionefs to examine claims in 
whole, 
Renewal of commission, 

Appointing guardian or guardiens to the cldl- 
dren of each family, under 14 years of age, in 
the whole, 
Each other appointment of guardian or minor, 

insane person, idiot or lunatic, 
If more than one minor in the sameappoiulmenr, 

for each in addition, 
Eor each order of publication not included in the 

foregoing items, 
Each citation which is not an order of publica- 
tion, 

Each order to bar creditors, not exliibiiing their 
claims by a certain time, including order to 
publish, 17 

Ordering a final discharge of executor or admin- 
istrator, 25 
Aliowing each appeal, 17 
Decree of estate to one of several heirs, 17 
Decree of assignment to vvidov/, 
Decree of esciieat, 
Order of sale of personal properly, 17; 
Decree of sale of real estate, agreeable to con- 
tract of deceased in his lifetime, i'.r. 
Order of inquisition of idiot, &c. nj 
Accepting return of do. 17| 
Settling guardian's account, 50j 
Order against.trustee of executor or odministrr.- 
tor, or against a person ciiaro;ed vvith^ombez- [ 






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zling estate of deceused, 1? 

Holdmo- inquiry on do. 50 

Jrdor ot' itnpristjnmcnt, 17 

jAppoiiitinti- a commissioner in the place of one 
I deceased or removed, OH 

DecidiFig and certifying to supreme court tiic ne- 
cessity of sale of minor's estate, 25 
jTakmg- bail and certitying when probate bond is- 
irj^'^'';^' . . ^ 25 
{liearinrr petition for better bail, and order thereon 25 
L>ecree oi'support of children under seven years 

in any one family, 17 

Grantincr rule of reierence between parties, 17 

Acceptance of their report, 17 

Ascertaining amount of advancement to child or 

children, in one family, and order thereon. 50 
Appointment of agent to act ior absent person, 

niterested in decision, 17 

Allowing the expenses of division among heirs, 
^ and order thereon, 17 

F& h f.rder to compel the attendance of witness- 
es, dedimus potestatum, to taiie testimony, to 
call before court persons sihspected of erabuz- 
zling estate, ^ ;j^ 

Oidering a final discharge to guardians, 25 

Appointing a person to act for absent heirs, 25 

jAllovviiigan appeal and orderinir bonds, ?7 

;.ach decree or order where bonds ft re insufficient, 17 
J^ach decree or order assigning interests of child 
^ born aftor making a will, 17 

i^ac!) orJer of notice to heirs, legatee?, or guar- 
dians, before license to sell real estate, 17 
Rach decree of surplus estate, 17 
jSach appointment of committee, 25 
Kach order for warrant of distress, 17 
i:jach order of distribution, 17 
ibjach order alfixing the time fur sale of estatp, 17 
l^ach order to extend the time for selJiisg estate, 2b 

Ilegisier o'l Probaie'a Fees. 
Drawing and liling each c.vecntor's, administra- 
^ir_ti__^uir(iirin^^s or other bond, 34 

1/z 






25 





13 





13 





17 





25 





17 





50 





50 



42 

Each probate of will, 50 

Each letter of administration, with or without 
will annexed, letter of guardianship, warrant 
to appraisers, committee of dower, committee 
of division, or commiesion to commissioners, 

Each citation, 

Each choice of guardian, 

Each order of publication, 

Each acquittance, on close of settlement. 

Each order of inquisition, 

Attending- to examination of person charged 
with embezzling estate, 

Mittimus, 

Each certificate to show who is executor, admin- 
istrator or guardian, 17 

Attending and keeping minutes of each settle- 
ment, 50 

All copies of appeal, or other matters, for each 
hundred words, 6 

For certificate, 13 

Decree of escheat, 25 

Making entry of each of the several appoint- 
ments before enumerated in judge's fees, 

For all records, for each hundred words, ii 

Making out dividend and order of payment on 
insolvent estate, and assignment to widow, for 
each hundred words, 8 

Drawing commission for a commissioner, appoint- 
ed in the place of one deceased, or removed, 17 

Writing bond for prosecution of suit or appeal, 
when the same is drawn by such register, 25 

Drawing rule for reference between parlies 17 

Drawing order of payment of expenses of divis- 
ion of real and personal estate, 17 

Making out each process compelling attendance 
of witnesses, dcdimus potestafum, to take tesfi- 
mony, to imprison, to call before court, persons 
suspected of embezzling estate, 25 

Each warrant to committee, 25 

Each warrant of distress, 17 

Drawing representation of insolvency, 17 



43 

Drawing each order of notice to creditors, 25 

Drawing each order of sale of real or personal 

estate, 25 

Drav\'ing an order appointing a person to act for 

heirs, 17 

Drawing each order of decree when bonds insuf- 
ficient, 25 
Drawing each order of notice to heirs, legatees, 

or guardians, before license to sell real estate, 25 
Making each order of surplus estate, 17 

Making each order for distribution of estate, 17 
Making each order for extending time for selling 

estate, 25 

For performing the duties of a judge when dis- 
qaiified, same fees as are by law allowed to 
judges. 
And no greater fees shall be received for any of 
the services aforesaid, by said judge or regis- 
ter, nor shall any fees be received by them for 
any services except those here enumerated. 
For conimissioners and appraisers, or committees 

of division, or dower, each, per day, 1 00 

Administrator's or executor's fees, per day, 1 00 

Justice's Fees. 
For each writ, including declaration, recogni- 
zance and signing, 34 
For signing each writ and taking recognizance 
oubjjojaa for each witness. 
Judgment on each action tried, 
If on verdict of jury, 
[f on confession, including recording 
If un default. 
For taking deposition, including caption and cer- 

tihcate, 
For citation to appear. 
For each continuance. 
Every warrant for criminals, and bonds, 
Recognizance, 

Every appeal, including recognizance, 
For each venire for a jury, 
Takingr acknowledgment of deed 



5, 


12 





6 





50 





67 





25 





25 





34 


d 


17 





17 





34 





17 





25 





25 





12 



44 

FuT recording execution, und officer's return 
thereon, extended on real estate, which the 
officer serving the sacne, sbal! collect and pay, 75 
For recurding each judgment, not on confession, 17 
For rule of reference between parties, 31 

Each execution, 2'} 

Hendering judgment on report of referees, 3^ 

For each mittimus, 34 

Copy of an appeal to county court, including" 
copy of writ, service, judgment, appeal, bond 
and ciTiificate, " 75 

Clerk of the Supjrme ConrVs Fees. 
For signing each summons or attachment, VI 

For entering each notion, 50 

For entering each judgment, including recording 
the same, including motion to chancer or re- 
deem, and judgment on tljc same, and ussosa- 
ment of damages, 7 

For taking recognizance in court, 1 

For each review, 50 

For each C'jntinuancr, K 

Por each execution, including the filing, 2: 

For eaah rule of reference between parties, 2c 

For eacli rule to auditors, 2;: 

For filing each riccessary paper, G 

For each day's attendance in court, 1 00 

For each order of court 

For recording execution extended on real estate, 
with the officer's return, to be collected nn<l 
paid by the officer serving the same, 7 

iFor all copies and other services mad<9 or done 
by direction of the caurt, and not herein enu- 
merated, such sum as shall be allowed by the 
• court, not exceeding six cents for every hun- 
dred words. 
I Clerk of the County CoxtrVs Veen. 

For signing each summons, or attachment, in- 
cluding recognizance, 12 
For entering each action, including filing and 

numbering, 17 

Forpntpnuj/^oach^iud'rmont rendered on n'liil 






12 





25 





8 





25 


i 



75 





25 





n 





25 





25 





6 



45 

(licit, ia abatement, nonsuit, default, or contes- 
i'eesion, includincr recording-, 25 

For entering judgment or demurrer, or after ver- 
dict, or on L«8ue of fact, including recording, 40 
jFor taking each recognizance in court, 
jFur each appeal or review, 
JFor each continuance, 
F.ir each execution, including filing, 
For recording execution extended on real es 
taie, With The officer's return, to be collected 
and paid b}' the officer serving the same, 
For recording deputy sheriff d deputation and oath, 
For each licence to an iukeeper, or retailer, in- 
cluding the certificate to the person licensed, 
And filing the same. 
For each rule of reference between parties, 
For each rule to auditors, 
For filing each affidavit, or deposition, 
For all copies, and other services made or done, 
by direction of the court, and not lierein enu- 
merated, such sum or sums as shall be allow- 
ed by the courts, not exceeding six cents, for 
every hundred words. 

Sheriff's', Conitahiea' and Collectors^ Fees. 
-Serving each process, by reading, 6 

[f by copy, ' ' J7 

For taking bail, 17 

For each mile's travel for the service of all writs 
and other processes, to be computed from the 
place of service to the place y^^' return, which 
in the case of mesne process, shall be the place 
of holding the court, * 6 

For levying each execution, amounting to three 

dollars or under, 15 

For each three dollars over, not exceeding one 

hundred dollars, 4 

If over one hundred dollars, for each dollar, 1 { 

For each days' attendance on appraisement, or 

snle of estate, taken on execution 50l 

For half a day, 34 

For attending before justice' court, when required 34{ 



46 

Ati.endaiice on Supreme or Cuuiiiy Cuun, per day 1 
Fur attendinr^ freehi-tldors court, pei day, 1 

b'ov Constabk's for the like service, 1 

For necessary assistance in apprehending and 

keeping- criminals, per day, 

Collectors of taxes to bo amoved the like iecf^ 
as sheriffs in cases of execution, when they 
levy on persons o=r estate, and one .dolia-r out 
of each fifty dollars eollected and paid iuto the 
state or county treasury. Provided, that no 
sheriff, con-stable or other officer shall be en- 
titled to any fees for a return of a non est in- 
ventus, on any civil writ or process. 
AUornies' Fees. 
For writ on note Q 

And no fees shall be allowed for a count added 
to a declaration on note, unless ther-e shall [>e 
a recovery on such count. 
For writ on book, 

For writ on bonds for the payment of money, 
debt on judgment, d'lbt on recognizance, sci- 
erafacias, or jail bond, 1 

For all other writs in the same proportion, ac- 
cording to their length and difficulty, such sum 
as the court shall allow. The foregoing shall 
include signing and recognizance; and are in- 
tended to apply only to writs returnable to the 
county and sufiretne courts. 

State's Atlornies' F'ees. 
For each indictRjent tor stealing, one count, 

Copy of the same, 50 

All other indictments in the same proportion, ac- 
cording -to their length and difficulty, such 
Bunis as the court sijall allow. 
Copy of indictment, '75 

Term fee, 2 00 

Attorney fee, 5 00 

Purtles' and witnesses' Fees in the Supreme 6f Co. Cuaris. 

(Term Foe, in each action, first term, 2 00 

Each succeeding term, I 00 

And the party recoverinn- shall bo allowed for 



47 

his attorney, on trial of each suit of law ')r 

fact 3 00 

On non-suit, default, or nihil dieit, 1 50| 

On default, or nihil dicit, and motion to redeem, j 

or chancer, or hearing in damages, when tfjo 

same are uncertain, 3 00 

Travel for plaintiff or defendent, within this state, 

per mile, 5 

1 d "id and Gih sections of the Act of 1 822. 

Sec. 1. It is hereby enacted, by the General Aascm- 
hly of the Slate of Vermont, That no plaintiff in any 
civil action, before a justice of the peace, shall recover 
any trayellinn; fee, except for his actual travel vvhen 
ho per^jonally appears in court. Nor shall any plain- 
plaintiff, in any civil cause whatever, before a justice 
'if peace, recover a greater sum than one dollar and 
fifty cents, for costs, on any ju(igmcnt where the debt 
■'r damoges recovered, does not exceed tlie sum of one 
'iollar and fifty cents ; except costs which mny accrue 
from continuances at the special instance and request 
I'jf the d(ji't!iidant, or Im case the defendant shall appeal 
j'o the county court. And fur every sum in debt or 
jilamages, recovered above the sum of cne dollar and 
:fifty cents, the plaintiff shall recover no more cost 
jihan debt or damages, except costs which may ac- 
jcrue nom continuances at the request of the defendant 
;is aforesaid, or in case ot appeal as aforesaid. 

Sec. 2. It is hereby firther canclcd, That when any 
cau?e shall be appealed by the plaintiff or plaintiffs 
from the decision of a justice of the peace, then, and 
in tliat case, the several cocnty courts in this state 
shall follow the same rule in taxing bills of cost, as is 
before prescribed in this act for taxing the same be- 
fore justices of the peace. 

Sec. 6. It is h^i eby further enacted, That no cost 
shall be taxed in favor of any plaintiff or plaintiffs, for 
travel or attendance in causes wiiere the defendan 
may tender a contession of judgment, agreeably to the 
-ixth section of the act, in addition to tlie several acts? 
defiining the powers of justices of the peace, within 
Hiis state, passed Nov. 15, 1821. 



4ii 



VVuness per mile, ^ ^. , 

.\t,tendance per ck}-, ''S j! 

[n justices' courts, travel for plaintiff or defend- 
I ant and witnesses, per mile, _ 5 

Attendance of plaintift' or defendant and witness 
per day ^ ^^ 

Por half a day, 34 

Provided, tha't v/hon judfrment shall be rendered 
by default, the plaintiff shall in no cas° have 
more than tliirty'-four cents costs taxed for him- 
self or any witness, for attendance before a jus- 
tice of the peace. 

Grand Juror's Fees. 

Travel per milo, each w^ay, from their respective 
homes, ^ *^ 

For attendance on supreme or county courts, per 
day each, ^ ^^ 

Pelii Juror's Fees. 

For attendance on supreme or county courts, per 
day, each, ^ ^^ 

Travel per mile, each way, _ 3 

For tryincr each cause before a justice to be ad- 
vanced by tlie party praying the same, 25 

For tryiuf^ each cause before a freehold court, 
such su'ni as shall be allowed by the justices 
holding the same. 

Toum Grand Juror's Fees. 

For each complaint, ^ 34 

Attendance, 

Travel per mile, 

Town Clerk's Fees. 

For recording a common deed poll, including the 
certificate, 

Copying the same, and certifying, 

Recordin g the survey bill, 

" marriage, birth or death, 
" each mark. 

For recording execution extended on real estate, 
with the officer's return thereon, to be collected 
and paid by the officer serving the same, 

For recording all otlier deeds, copying and certify 






50 





9 





20 





20 





9 





4 





6 



49 

ing, to be computed at the rate of seven cents 
for every Iiundred words. 

Proprietors' and other Collectors' Fees. 
For preparing and sending advertisements to each 

press, 1 00| 

For each receipt for tax paid before sale, or for 
redemption of lands sold, being for one lot, 
jFor each additional lot, 

For each sale of an original proprietor's right, if j 
owned by one person. 34 

Fot aach sale of u less quantity, 17 

For each deed of one lot or right acknovvle-'tged, 34| 
For each additional right or lot, in same deed, 6\ 

Jailor's Feci. 
For commitment of prisoner, to be paid by tlie offi- 
cer committing the prisoner, 34 
jDischarge of prisoner, 20 
Diet and fuel furnished state prisoners from the f 
first day of April to the first day of November, 
per w^ek, 1 00 
From the first day of November to the first day of 

April, per week, 1 25 

For bonds for the liberties of the prison, 25 

For bail piece given to the person who may ei^n j 
the jail bond, ' 2o! 

Fees for commissioners of jail delivery, for issuing 
I citation, 34 

[For each commissioner attending court, 50 

[For each certificate, 12 

Fees for Freeholders. 
Summoned to assess damages sustained in laying 
out iiighways, or to appraise real estate set off 
on execution, per day, v 75 

Haifa day, 34 

Surveyor General's Fees. 

Per day, (exclusive of expense,) 1 50 

Countij Sui^ceyur's Fees. | 

Per day, 1 50 

Fees for Auditors o/accotints. 

IjTo the auditor of accounts in the treasury depart- 

I ment, with the treasurer, per day, 2 OOi 



60 






To ilie auUiLur ul uccuuhid ai^aiariL liio fcLutu-, lur j 

liis services and atlendQiicc, while attending j 
j the legislatijre, per day, 1 .IV§)| 

! Pravel, per fnile^ each way, f6! 

jFor other services performed, during each year, j 
j to be paid ob Uie secuJid Tliursduy of October j 
I aunuDliy. 75 500 

I Impounders'- Fcai. | 

iFor all horse kind and neat cattle, per head, 12; 

jSIieep, per head, @ Si 

iSwine, per head, Q 'S- 

'Three fourth?; to th 
i foarth to the pound keeper 
! jYularics Public. 

iPor every protest under seal, ^5'| 

[For each certificate, under sea], ©■ Sail 

|For waitinor on a person to demand payfricnl, or 
j witness any matter, and ccrtiiVm;^- the tame, 
I nud^r !^^^f.1, ' 



i RA'VE^iS OF FOfcsTAGE. 

.Edahlhhcd by .del of Congress, jiasstd Mar cli 3, 1B2S,,'| 

i Foi a eingle letter, composed of one piece o-f paper;.'! 

ifor any distance not eKcoeding 30 miles, 6. cents ; ovorl 

[30 miles, and not exceeding CO, 10. cent? j over &iD,,'| 

j;ind not (■xceodinjr 150, 12 1-2 cents; over 150, and;| 

not exceeding 400 miles, 18 3-4 ceiits; over 400, 25:| 

cents. !| 

Double letters, or those composed of two pieces ©if | 

p^per, arecbarfred with double tho.-e rates. I 

Triple letters, or those compn^sed of three pieces of ^• 

paper, are charged triple those rates. I 

Quadruple letters, or tiiose composed of four pieces:! 

)f paper, are charged quadruple tiioso rates. ji 

A packet, the weight of one ounce, is charged the ^ 

Irate of four single letters, and m like proportion fi*rl|! 

jane of greater weight. Ship letters. G cents- f| 

I NEWS-PAPER FOST AGE. I 

j For -each newspaper cjtrried net over 100 miles,!* 

cent; over 100 miles, 1 1-2 cents, but if carried to any | 

jffice in the state in vvhicli it is printed, whatever thej 

distance be, the rate is 1 cent. i 



51 



Famphlets ami Magazines of the periodical kiii(i.| 
iwtLover 100 miles, 1 1-2 cents pf.r sheet; ifoverlOO! 
m^M'S-, 2 1-2 cents per sheet ; those not piibhshed peri-i 
'djcally, arc to be charged, fir 100 miles or loss, 4 centsj 
.meacli sheet ; over 150 miles, 6 cents. Every arti-|' 
:ib' sent in the Jiwi!, which is not either a newspaper,! 
iB'g-azine,. pamphlet^ or legislative journal, is subjecli 
3) Ibtter postage, whether it be a printed or wriitenj! 
L^Hnmunication, except a written or printed notice from ' 
uj)i:.bjisher of a newspaper, stating the subscriptionj 
ilu?',. which raust bo attaclied to the margin of a news-j 
;KipEr, and postacre charged for it as a newspaper. . 



FllRSIDENTiS OF 

fHTCK Washington, barn 11 F/o. 
[737; John Adams, do. 19 Oct. 

i&iV Thomas JelTeison, do. 2 A pr. 
jSl9'James Madison, do. 5 Mar. 
r-t^IT: James iVIonroe, do. 2 Apr. 
^iS'Jnhn a. Adams, do. 11 July 
^SJAjidrzicJackioni,. do. 15 Mar. 

Flee P)-vsi dents. \ 

\W.& John Adams 
imTT Thomas Jefferson 
mm. Aaron Burr 
;lt{B5> George Clinton 
.\miQi Elbridge Gerry 
LtXT.T Daniel D. Tompkins 
mm John C. CJhoun 
Secretaries of' State. 
pT9' Thomas Jefferson 
;i'7594^ Edmund Randolph 
I723S Timothy Pickering 
iiimo^ John Marshall 
uMt Levi Lincoln (acting] 
tol! James Madison 
pllO- Robert SmiUi 
ril?Sll2' James Munroo 
\\m\i; John Quincy Adaras 



THE U. STATES. | 



173-2; 
1735; 
1743; 
1751. 
1759. 
1767. 
1767. 



died 11 Doc. 1799 Mi. 68 



do. 
do. 



4 July. 18;>6 do 91 
4 Julv, 183G do. 83 



liHSS Henry Clay 

liaSD Jlfarim Van Bcuren 

Secretaries of War. 
mS'd Henry Knox 



1809 William Eustia I 

1B14 John Armstrong I 

1816 William H. Crawford 
1818 John C. Calhoun 
1825 James Barbour 
1825 Jo/in /J. Eaton 
Secretaries of the Treasury. 
1789 Alexander Hamilton 
1795 Oliver Wolcott 
1801 Samuel.Dexter 
1801 Albert Gallatin 

1815 George W. Campbell 

1816 Alexander J. Dallas 
!l8i7 William H.Crawford 
ll825 Richard Rush 

1829 Samuel D. Ingham 
Secretaries of the JS'avy. 
1789 Benjamm Stoddard 
1801 Robert Smith 



1809 Paul Hamilto.T 
1H14 William Jones 
1816 B. W.Crowinshield 



52 



ijl795 Timothy Pickering |1818 Smith Thompson 



1796 James McHenry 

BOO Samuel Dexter 

ilSOl Henry Denrborn 



825 Samuel L. Southard 
1 829 John Branch 



JUDICIARY OF THE UNITED STATES. 
The judicial power in the United States is vested in 
lone Supreme Court, and in such inferior courts as 
Congress from time to lime may establish. The pres- 
jent judicial establishment of the United States consists 
:of a Supreme Court, of 28 District Courts, and seven 
.Circuit Court?, which are thus organized ; the Su- 
i|)reme Court »s composed of one Chief Justice and six 
lAssociato Justices, who hold a court in the city of 
]VVasuington annually'; besides which, each of these 
iJustices attends in a certain circuit, comprising two 
jor more districts, appropriated to each, and together 
{with the Judge of the Dislrict, compose a circuit court, 
jwhich is holden in each district of the circuit. The 
'district courts ore held, respectively, by the district 
Judge alone. Appeals are allowed from the distiict 
iro the Circuit Courts, and from the Circuit to the Su- 
'preme Court; and, in some cases, where the incon- 
venience of attending the court by a justice of the Su- 
'preme Court is very great, the District Courts are in- 
vested with Circuit Court powers. 



SUPREME COURT. 

Name?. Residence. Salary 

John Marshall, Richmond, Fa. Chief Justice c^5000 
.lohn McLean, Ohio, ^ ^ 4500 
William Johnston, Charleston, S. C. | | 450U 
Robert Trimble, Movnt Sterling, Ky. \ « 4500 
Gabriel Duval, Prince Geo. Co. Md. { 2, 4500 
Joseph Story, Salem, Mass, | I 4500 
Smith Thompson. JVeto-For/c,JV: V. J |' 4500 
John McPherson Be'.rien, Att'y General, Geo. 3500 
11 W heaton, reporter of decisions, Jyew-York, 1000 
Clerk, fees, &.c. 



The sittings of the Supreme Court are at Washin 
toai, Ist Monday in February annually. 



53 

CIRCUIT COURTS. 
[A Circuit comprises two or more Districts, and tiip 
Circuit Court is liolden by one Judire of the Supreme 
Court with the Judge of the District where the 
Court is holden.] 

SITTING OF THE CIRCUIT COURTS. 

First and second Circuits. 

[When any of the following- days happen on Sunday, 
the Court is to be held on the Monday folhnvin;?.] 

•Maine, at Portland, let May; Wiscasset, 1st October-! 

■jVciv- Hampshire, at Portsmouth, 8ih May; Exeter, 
8th October. 

\ Massachusetts, at Boston, 15th May and 15th October, 

Rhode-Island, at Providence, 15th November ; New- 
port, 15th June. 

Connecticut, at New-Haven, 13th of April; Hartford, 
17th September. * 

\Fermnnt, at Windsor, 20th May; Rutland. 3d Octo- 
ber. 

'.Yeio-Yorl:;, at New-York, 1st April and 1st Septem- 
ber. 

SITTINGS OF THE DiSTRTCT COURTS. 

JVeic-Hampshire, at Portsmonth, the 3;! Teusday in 
jMarch and September ; at Exeter, 3d Teusday in 
June and December. 

! Verjncnt, at Windsor and Rutland, 1st Monday in 

jFebruary and August, and 2d Monday in May and No- 

jvember. j 

I Massachusetts, at Boston, 3d Teusday in March, 4tli 

in June, 2d in September, and 1st in December. ! 

Rhode-Island, at Newport and Providence, !stMon-| 

lay in February and August, and 1st in May and N/o-j 

vember. i 

Connecticut, at New-Haven, 3d Tuesday in Februa-i 

ry and August; at Hertford, 3d in May and Novcm-| 

i)er. j 

JsTcw-York, at New- York, 1st Teusday in February; 

May, August and November. j 

Exclusive of the above-mentioned stated courts, the! 

District Judges have power to hold special courts inj 

their respective Districts at their discretion. 



1 UNITED STATISS OrHSUS, l| 


IN 1790, 1800, 1810, & 1820. 


I 




1790 


1800 


1810 


1820 


Stales & Teiritoriea 


— 




_ 




Maine, 


96,540 


151,719 


228,705 


498,355 


N. Hampshire, 


141,885 


183 858 


214,460 


244,161 


Massachusetts, 


378,787 


422,845 


472,040 


523,289 


Rhode-Island, 


63,825 


68,122 


76,931 


83,0591 


Connecticut, 


237,946 


251,002 


261,942 


275,2481 


IVormont, 

i T«-r 


85,539 


154,465 


217,895 


235,764|| 


!New-\ork, 


340,120 


686,050 


959,049 


1, 372,8 12| 


jNew- Jersey, 


184,193 


211,149 


245,562 


277,5751 


:Pennsy]vania, 


434,373 


602,548 


810,091 


1, 049,458 j 


j Delaware, 


59,094 


64,273 


72,674 


72,74f.| 


Maryland, 


319,728 


349,692 


380,546 


407,350 1 


Virjxinia, 


747,610 


886,149 


974,622 


1,065,3661 


'N. Carolina, 


393,751 


478,103 


555,600 


638,r;2rj 


IS- Carolina, 


240,073 


345,594 


415,115 


502,74 Ijl 


iGaorgia, 


82,548 


162,686 


252,433 


340,889} 

5 127904I 


Alabama, 
Msiissippi 




I 8,850 


40,352 


iLouisiana, 






20,845 


153,407| 


Tennesse, 


35,691 


405,605 


26 1 ,727 


422,613 


■ Kentucky, 


73,677 


220,459 


406,511 


564,317 


jOhio, } 
IN. W. Ter. ^ 






230,760 


581,434 




55,364 






Indiana, 




1 5,64] 


524,520 
( 12,282 


147,17.8 


illlinois. 




55,21 r 


iMispouri, 






20,845 


€6,586 


|M. Territory. 






4,762 


8,890- 


Ark. Territory 








14,246 


|Dis;. Colombia 




14,093 


24,023 


33,038 


i Total, 3,929,326 

1 


5,319,762 


7,237,903 


9,637,999^ 


Free White Citizens 


in the United Stat 


es, 1820. 


1 


ATales 


Few-alea. 




; Under 10 yonrs, 


l,345,2i 


10 1^80,550 




i From 10 to U\ 


6I2.5[ 


55 605,348 




1 Prom 16 to 26, 


776,15 


781,371 




From 16 to 43, 


766,03 


H 736,600 


1 


j OTOr45, 


405,06 


5 462,768 




.^,095,0 


153 3,861,fl57 


1' Total free white ritiMDe, 




__yjgl_,riG| 



55 



Place of birtk 
Delaware. 
England, 
J^ew-York, 
'N'ew-Jersey, 
S. Carolina^ 

JVew-Jersey, 
\Delav:are, 



close of 
Nov. 10. 

June 26, 
July 13, 
Nov. 28, 

Jan, 1, 

Sept. 
April 17, 



SIGNERS OF THE 

Names. 

John Morion, 

Button Gwinnet, 

Philip Livingston, 

John Hart, 

Thomas Lynch, 

Joseph HeWes, 

Richard Stocton, 
, ^ -^-, C<Esar Rodney, 
IRhode-Island, Stephen Hopldns. 
massackueetts, WiJliam Whipple, 
ifan/land, Thomas Stone, 
S- Carolina, Arthur Middlelon, 
If^irgima, John Penn, 

Massachusetts, Benj. FranJdin, 
S. Carolina, Lyman Hall, 
Massachusetts, Wijjiam Hooper, 
Pennsylvania, Francis Hopkinson, May, 9 
J^fa,.a./^u,e^, Roger Sherman, Juiv 23 
tfo. John Hancock, Oct. 8, ' 

J^ew-Jersey, Abraham Clark, Autumn 
Scotland John Witherspoon, Nov Ts' 

Massachusetts, Josiah Bartlett, May 19 

Connecticut, Samuel Huntington, Jan 5 ' 

Oliver Wolcott, Dec. l', 

Fr. Lightfoot Lee, April, ' 

Carter Braxton, 

James Wilson, 

George Read, 

William Paca, 

Edward Rutledge 

Matt. Thornton, 
I ' Francis Lewis, 

MassachnsetU, Samuel Adams, 
\\trgtnia, George Walton, 

^ngland, Robert Morris, 

\y%rg xn%a. George Wythe 



Time of death. Age. 

April 1777 43 
May 27, 
June 12, 1 



44 
62 
70 
30 



do. 
Virginia^ 

do. 
Scotland, 
Maryland, 

S. Carolina, 

Ireland, 

Wales. 



Oct. 10, 

Aug. 28, 
Autumn, 



Jan. 23. 
June 34, 
Dec. 13, 
Oct. 2, 
Feb. 2. 
May 8,' 
June 8, 



'81 50 
'84 55 
'85 78 
'85 54 
'87 43 
'88 49 
'88 46 
'90 84 
'90 60 
'90 48| 
'91 52 
'93 73 
'93 56 
'94 62 
'94 68 
'94 72 
'95 65 
'96 63 
'96 7J 
'97 63 
'97 61 
'98 55 
'98 64 
'99 
1800 50 

1803 88 
*' 89 
'* 81 

1804 81 
'6 72 
'6 80 



^.Carolina, Tho's. Hey ward., March, ^J^ °^j 
Maryland, Samuel Chase, June 17, n | 

'Connecticut. William Willitims, Aug. 2, ']l f\ 
Pennsylvania, George Clynier, Jan. 23, lo.o IS 

do. Benjomin Rush, April 19, 67 

Massachusetl'!,Rob'lTrc^tFa\ne, May 11, 1-^4 ^^ 

do. Elbridge Gerry, Nov. 23, ^ ^ 6J 

Pennsijlvcmia, Timrnas M'Kean, Ji'.ne 24, 1817 81. 
Rhode-Island, William Ellery, Feb. 15, 1020 92 

J^ew-York, William Floyd, Aug- l- '^^ 

Virginia, Thomas Jefferson, July 4, iD 8^ 

MassacJuisefts, John Adam?, " . f^ 

Miryland, Charles Carrol, the survivor, 94 

[Virginia^ Benjamin Harrison, 

I do. Thomas Nelson, jr. 

Pennsylvania, James Smith, 

do. Georrre Taylor, 

do. George Ross, 

Lewis Morris, amlHcnr^Wis^r^^^^^^ 

Of the Government of Vermont, since its organization. 

-' T ;r>„f Cc^va Sessional 



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to. Govs. 



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80 




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82 




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90 Thos. 


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778 Thos. Ctuttenden, Joseph Marsh, Windsor 

B. Carpenter Manchester 

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Biisha Payne Ch'stown,r-;H 

Paul Spooner Manchefiter 

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<« Rutland 

»« Windsor 

" Rutland 

Joseoh Maish Newbury 1 
Manchester | 

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Peter Olcutt Castloton 

Windsor % 



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speakers of House, 
1778 Nathan Clark 

78 Thomas Chanuler 

79 " 

81 Thomas Porter 

82 Increase Moseley 

83 Isaac Tichenor 

84 Nathan Nilea 

85 Stephen R. Bradley 

86 Gideon Oliu 
83 «' 

90 

91 « 

93 Daniel Buck 

95 Lewis R. Morris 

97 Abel Spencer 

98 Daniel Farrand 

99 A(nos Marsh 
1800 " 

01 «' 

02 Abel Spencer 

03 Thea. Harrinirton 



Clerks of the House. 
Bonjanjin Baldwin 
Bezaleel Woodward 
Roswell Hapkina 



Stephen Jacol)9 
Lf^wis R. Morris 
William Elton 
Richard Whitney 



Samuel C Crafts 

Nathan Oscrood 
James Elliot 

Anthony Haswell 



*VV'hen ihe same yenr is rcjieateil, llifire wero two sessions ; and: 
wnf^n the dates are omitt«d, as from 1781 to '86, the jncumbeuts were, 
jeoniiiiued in office. 



5y 



0-1 Aaron Leiand Martin Post 

08 Dudley Chuse 

09 " William D. Smith 
13 Daniel Chipman " 

15 Wm. A. Griswold '' 

Ifi Richard Skinner 

19 Win. A. Grisuold 

20 D. Azro A. Buck 

22 " 

23 Georn-e E. Wales 

24 Isaac Fletcher 

25 D. Azro A. Buck 
26 

27 Robert B. Bates 

28 '^ 

29 D. Azro A. Buck 



Timothy Merrill 



MILITIA OF VERMONT. j 

The Militia of the state consists of ail the able bcdi-| 
ed males, with a few exceptions made by law, between 
::he B,oe of 18 and 45 years. Each soldier is required 
to keep himself constantly provided with such arms 
and equipments, as are necessary for actual service, 
ind, by so doinir, his poll is exempted from taxation. 
The whole militia is, at present, divided into f )ur di- 
visions, 10 brig-ades and 35 regiments, with from eight 
to 12 companies in each. Belonging to most of the 
regiments is also one conjpaay of cavalry, one of or- 
uUery and one of light infantry, and in many cases 
more than one of each. The Governor is captain gen- 
eral and commander in chief, and with the advice of 
Uie couecil is to arrange the whole militia into divis- 
ions, brigades, &c. and may, from time to time, make 
such alterations as he shall see fit. Each division is 
commanded by a major general, with a division inspec- 
tor, a division quarter master, and two aids ; each brig 
ade by a briga'dier general, with a brigade inspector, 
brigade quarter master, and one aid ; each regiment 
by a colonel, lieutenant colonel and major, with the! 
customary staff; and each company by a captain, lieu ! 
tenant and ensign, with the customary non-commission- 



60 

ed otiiccrs. The major generals and bricradier gene- 
rals are appointed by the legislature. The field offi- 
cers are chosen by the commissioned officers of thair 
resp ective regiments and the several companies elect 
heir own officers. The whole militia of the state a- 
mounts to about 25,000. 



MEDICAL LECTURES. 

University of Vermont. — Medical Lectures com- 
mence on the 2d Wednesday m September, annually. 

Vermord Academy of Medicine at Gastleton, connect- 
ed with MiddLebury Co/%e.— Medical Lectures com- 
mence on the 1st Tuesday in September, annually. 

Dartmouth College. — Medical Lectures comaieri'ee 
2nd Thursday after commencement, annually. 

Harvard University. — Medical Lectures commence 
at Boston, on the 3d Wednesday in October, annually. 

Brown University. — Medical Lectures commence on 
the 1st Monday in February, annually. 

Berkshire Medical Institution^ connected with Will- 
i/ims College. — Medical Lectures commence on the 2d 
Wednesday in September annually. 

Clinical School of Medicine, at Woodstock^ Vt in 
connexion with Waterville College. — Lectures cooa- 
nnence the first Thursday in March. 



Recipe for making Blacking equal to Day c^- Martin's, 
One pound Ivory Black, in which has been mixed half 
an oz. oil of vitriol— an oz. of sweet oil— one pound 
pulverized loaf sugar, and a gallon of vmegar. Mix 
the whole and it will be fit for use in three days. 



POPULATION. 

There have been but four complete enumerations of 
:he inhabitants of this state since the organization of 
ts government, the first of which was in 1791. In 
1771, there was a census of the two counties of Cum- 
berland and Gloucester, which then comprehended all 
[ho territory of Vermoni between the Green Moun- 
tain's and the Connecticut river. This census gave a 
population, in those two counties, of 3947, and thf 





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population of the whole state was at that time estima- 
ted at abont 7000. The results of the subsequent en- 
umerations are exliibited in the following 

TABI^E. 




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1 


1 By the census of 1820, the population of the state consisted of 117,313 
1 while males, 117,533 white females, 438 colored males, and 465 colored 
1 females. Of these 50,951 were engaged in agriculture, 4,484 in manufac- 
1 tares, 776 in commerce. 






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G2 


GOVERNMENT OF THE UNITED STATES. 


ANDREW 3 ACKSON. President. 


S;<lnrv, <^25.000 per annum. 


JOHN C. CALHOUN, Vice President. 


Salary, %b 000 per annum 


Martin Van Bearen, Secretary of State. Snlary ^6000 


Sarntipl D. Inghan), Sec. o 


fthe Treas. do. do. 


.lohn H. Eaton, Secretary 


of War. do. do. | 


John Branch, Secretary oft he Navy. do. do. ji 


John M'Pherson Berrien, Attorney General. J 


William T. Barry, Postma 


slcr GeneraL i 


TWENTY-FIRST CONGRESS | 


SENATE. 


John C Calhoun, President of the Senate. 


Maine. 


Pennsylvania. | 


John Holmes, 


William Marks, 1 


Peleg Spragfue. 


Isaac D. Barnard, | 


1 Jfew- Hampshire. 


Delaware. | 


Samuel Bell, 


John M. Clayton, | 


Levi Woodbury. 


Arnold Naudain. | 


J\Iassackusetts. 


Maryland. 


Nathaniel Silsbee, 


Samuel Smith, 


Daniel Webster. 


EzekielF. Chambe?s. 


Verinoni. 


Virginia. 


Dudley Chase, 


L. W. TQzewell, 


Horatio Seymour. 


J. Taylor. 


Rhode-Island. 


JVorth Carolina. 


Asher Robbins, 
Nehemiah R. Knight 
Connecticut. 


Jamos Iredell, 




South Carolina. 


Calvin WiUey, 


Wm. Smith. 


Samuel A. Foot. 


Robert Y. Hnyne. 


JSTtw- York. 


Geor<^ia. 


Nathan San ford, 


John Forsyth, 


Caarles E. Dudley. 


Geo. M. Troup. 


.IVeio-Jersey. 


Alabama. 


IMahlun Dickerson, 


Wm. R. King, 


1 T^n-Mulore Frelinnrhnyseu. 


Ijohn M'Kinley. 



I Louisiana. 

Ijosiah S. Johnston, 
Edward Livingston. 
JJis.nssipjii. 
(Powhatan Ellis, 
j T. B. Reed. 
j Kentucky. 

John Eowan, 
JGeorge M. Bibb. 

Tennessee. 
iHiigh L. White, 
;Fehx Grundy. 

HOUSE oF 

JIaine. 

clufusMcIntire, 

John Anderson, 

Joseph F. Wino^ate, 

Joseph W. Riple}', 

Samuel Butman, 

Geor«-e Evans, 
jOne vacancy. 

J'J'e w - Ha m-p shire 

Jonathan Harvey, 

John Broadhead, 
I Joseph Hatnmons, 
jThomas Chandler, 
JHenry Hubbard, 

John VV. Weeks. 

Massackusclts. 

B'^njamin Gorham, 
lEinvarJ Everett, 
j.'^ W. Crovv'ninshield 
jJohn Bailey, 

John VarnuiH, 

John Reed, 

Henry W. Dwioht, 

J«>hn Da^Ts, 

Jatnes L. Hodges, 

Isaac C Bates, 
jJoseph Richardson, 

Joseph G. K:eiutall. 



63 

] Ohio. 

I Benjamin Rui:'c:les, 

I Jacob Burnet. 

j Indiana. 

James Noble, 
Win. Hendricks. 
Illinois. 
Elias K. Kane, 

j John McLean. 

I J\HssQuri. 

I David Barton, 

i Thomas H. Benton. 



REPRESEiNTATIVES. 
Geo. Grcnnell, jr. 

Rhode- Is land. 
Trislram Burgess, 
Diitee J. Pearce. 

Connecticut. 
Ebenezer Young, 
Ralph J. Ingersoll, 
Noyes Barber, 
Wm L. Storrs, 
Wm. Ellsworth, 
J. W. Huntington. 
Vermont. 
Horace Everett, 
Rolhn C. xMallary, 
Jonatiian Hunt, 
Benjamin Swift;, 
Wm. Gaboon. 

J^ew- York. 
Phineas L. Tracy, 
Geo. Fisher, 
•Joiin D. Dickinson, 
jHenry C. Martindale, 
'Henry R. Storrs, 
James Strong, 
John W. Taylor, 
Ambrose Spencer, 
Campbell P. White. 
Gulian C. Verplanck. 



64 1 


C. C Cambreleng, 


Joseph Fi-y, jr. I 


James W. Lent, 


PhilandfM- Stephens, i| 


Jacob Crocheron, 


James Ford, i| 


Henry B. Cowles, 


Allen rWarr, | 


Abraham Becktje, 


Adam King, | 


Hector Craijr, 


Wm. Ramsay. | 


Charles G. De Wit» 


Tliomns H. Crawford, | 


Perkins Keith, 


John Scott, 1 


Peter I. Eorst, 


Chauiicr'V Forward, 


VVm. G. Angel, 


Thomas irwin, 


Robert Moncll, 


Wm. M'Creory, 


Michael Hoffman, 


John Gilniore, \ 


Benedict Arnoldj 


Richard Cnult.or, 1 


Isaac Finch, 


Thom.-is II. Sill, 


Joseph Hawkins, 


Ihrie, | 


Thomas Beekman, 


Smith, W 


Jonas Earll,jr. 


I 


Gershcm Powers, 


Delaware. 1 
Konsey Johns, jr. 

JIarylnnd. 
Benedict J. Setnmos, 


Thomas Maxwell, 


Robert S. Rose, 


Jehiel H. Halscv, 


Timothy Childs, 


Georae E. Mitchell, 


John Mngee, 


Benjamin C. Howard, 


Ebenezei; T. Norton 


Micharl C. Sprigg, 


JVe\i>- Jersey. 


Elia? Brown, 


Lewis Condiot, 


Goo. C. Washington, 


Isaac Pie-son, 


Cleineiit Dorsoy, 


Samuel Swann, 


Richcird Spcnci^r, 


James F. Randolph,. 


Ephraira K. Wilson, 


R. M. Cooper, 


Virginia. \ 


Thomas H. Hughes. 


PJark Alexander, 


Prnwiylvanln. 


Robert Allen, 


Joel B. Southerland, 


William S. Archer, 


Joseph Hemphill, 


VVm. Armstrong, | 


Daniel A. Miller, 


.TohnS. B^rbor; | 


James Buchanai*, 


Thomas T. Boulin, 


Joshua Evans, 


Nathaniel II. Claiborne, 


George G. Leiner, 


Richard Cole, jr. 


John B. Steregcrio, 


Thomas Davenport, 


Innis Green, 


Philip Dodridge, 


l|H. A. Muhlenbnre'h, 


Lewis? Mnxwell. 



William M'Coy, 
Charles F. Mercer, 
rhornas Newton, 
vVilliarn E. Gordon, 
ft)!in Rane, 
\loxand<'r Smyth, 
Andrew St.ephenson, 
fohn Tijliferro, 
fames Trezonl, 
Pliilip P. Barbour, 
ilijbert Crairr. 

JVorlk Carolina. 
Lewis Williams, 
-5. P. Carson, 
3Jmiinii Deberry, 
j]d\vard Ij. Dudley, 
Oaniel L. Barringer, 
iVillis Alston, 
A. H. Sheparu, 
tlobert Poller, 
'es e Spa'^g-ht, 
Henrv VV. Connor, 
rho:nas H. Hall, 
jWm. E. Shepherd, 



James M. Wayne, 
• Foster, 

Kentucky. 
R. P. Letcher, 
R. M. Johnsofij 
J. Kincaid, 
C. A. VVicklifie, 
J. Clarke, 
Clii'tenden Lyons, 
Henry Daniel, 
! Joel Yan<;y^ 
Thomas Chilton, 
Nathan Gaither, 
N. D- Coleman, 
Joseph. LecomptCc 

Gdio. 
Mordecai Eartlev, 
Fras. >] Muhleniiurgh, 
Jamos^Findiay, 
William Slanbcrry, 
Joseph Vance, 
Samuel F. Vinton, 
Elisha V\^hiltle6ey, 
Wm. VV. Irwin, 
William Russell, 
James Shields. 
John Thompson, 
Rufus Crann., 
John M. Goodeuow, 
Keimon. 

Tennessee. 
Prior Lee, 
James Standifer, 
John Blair, 
Jacob C. Isaacs, 
John Bell, 
Jas. K. Polk. 
Cave Johnson, 
Robert Desha, 
David Crockett. 



Indiana. 
Ratliffe Boon, 
Jonathan Jenninfrs, 
John Test. 

LoiiiMana. 
Edward D. White, 
John H. OTerton/ 
Henry H. Giirley. 
■Alabama. 
E. B. Taylor, 



C. C. Clay, 

Lewis. 
Illinois. 
Joseph Duncan. 

Missouri. 
Spencer Pettis. 

Mississippi. 
Thonms Binds. 



DELEGATES. 

Micliio-an, John Biddle. 
Arkansas, A. H. fS'^iver. 
Florida, J. M. White. 



LIST OF COLLEGES LN- THE U. STATES. If 

^ra^em//e, Waterville, Me.; founded 1G20; R 
Jeremiah Chaplin, d. d. president; coniaiencenjent;; 
last Wednesday in Au£:ust. 

Bowdoin, Brunswick, Me.; founded 1735; Rev. 
jWm. Allen, d. d. president; commencement, tirst , 
Wednesday in September.^ if 

Dartmoiilh, lUnover^iS^.B.; founded 17G9; Rev. 
N. Lord, D. D. president ; commencement Wedne;.ua\ 
preceding last Wedaesdav in August. 
J Middlebury, Middlpbufy, Vt. ; '^founded IGOO ; Rev, 
Joshua Bates, d. D.pres. ;'commoncement, third Wed 
in August. 

Fermont Univers'ly, Burlington; founded 1731:, 
Rev. James Marsh, uiesident ;"'conimencen»t'ni tirstl 
Wednesday in August". 

Willinms, Wiiiiamstovvn, Ms. ; f >unded 1793; R- v 
E.^D. GritTin, D. d. president; commencement, tirst 
VVednesdayin Septeuiber. |i 

Amherst, Aujherst, Ms f)unaGd 1821 ; Rev. He- 
'fian Humphrey, d. d. president . commencement, 4ti3 
VVednesday in August. 

Harvard Universitij, Cambridge, Mass; foundec 
1638; Hon. Josiah Quincy, li.. d. president; com-!j 
mencement, last Wednesday in August. 

Brown University, Vrnv\i\eucQ,ll.\. ; founded 1764: 



niem, Ist W ednesday in Spptember. '"•'"^"^"ce 

J. «m«^^on, Hartford, Cl; founded 1826; Rt Rev 

jra/e,New-PIaven, Conn.; founded 1700; Rev J 
M;^;ml^;''-P''''^'"'' ^^^'^"^^"eement, 2d Wed! 

U^Hm'Tt?' ^'"''-^^'^ ^'^'y> bounded 1754; R.v 

Vaion, Schenectady, N. Y. ; founded 1794; Rev. 
ivV^j'nA^g's"'" P^''^^"^^= commencement 4th 
iTam-V^oCcimton, N. Y.; founded 1812; Rpv H 
iJav:s,D.D. president; commencement 4th Wedre?- 
day m Ang-ust. eui.e?- 

GenevrCGeneva, N. Y. ; founded 18-75 • 

'!r;;I^!;'n" p'"''"'' >''?^''^^^^^"^^d^y ^^ August: 

P ^ lip -nV ^^''"^^^''^'^:' ^'^- J- ; f^<^unded 1770; Rev. 

jw;:S:vm']^^^ 

1^ JV^ma. Hall, Princeton, N. J. ; founded 1746 ; Rev 

^\V^^!^i- ''c ""• Py^^'^'ent; commencement, las-'^ 

I V\ ponnsday m September. 

i ij.^.^^!^^ P..„^/,^, Philadelphia, Pa. ; fbunde. 
\h'o,, Rev. WraH.De Lancy,D.D. president; com 
'mence^^ent, ast day of July-day preening if sLX 
Jej..r.on,Cannonsburgh,Pa.; founded 1802; Rev' 

TMuf^Z"!;?' f- r^^^^'"^' ^^"^"^encemenJ, las! 
.inuisday in September. 

j /)^r/h-n.on, Carlisle, Pa. ; founded 1783; Rev. Wm 
Mi^I^mber'''^""'' commoncent, 4th Wednesday 

•/i%/on, Washington, Pa. ; founded 1306- 

,:s;i^;rnber ' commencement, last Thursday in 

f^'^tern Uahersiiy, Pittsbur^^h, Pa.; founded 1820 j 
V^/- '"''^' P^'jcipal; comnicncemcnt, first of July'i 
fuT' ^"Z' ^'"'■''' ^' ^^«^«"^' president. ^' 
AUe^dumi,, Meadvilie, Pa.; founded 1815; Rev 



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ITiinolhy Alden, president; coimnencemen:, iirst Wed 
nesdav in July. 

St. 'Jlary's, Baltimore, Md. ; founded i80j ; Rev. E 
JDamphoux, i). d. preeidenc. 

i Columbian, Washington, D. C. ; founded 182! ; Rev 
Stepiien Chapin, d. d. president; commencement, 4l1. 
Wednesday in December. 

University of flrg-inin, Charlottesville, Va. ; found 
od 1814; Hen. James Madison, rector; uocommence 
'ment. 

I Hampden Sidney, Prince Edward co. Va.; Rev. J 
|Cushin^r, president ; commencement, 4th Wednesda}' 
m Spptember. 

William and Manj, Williamsburg, Va. ; foundec 
1691; Rev. A. Empie, president; commencemeni 
4th of July. 

?Fa5/imi,'-/on, Lexington, Va. ; founded 1812; Rov 
G. A. Baxter, d. d. president; commencement, liiirc 
Wednesday in April. 

University, jV. C. Chapel Hill ; founded 1T91 ; Rev. 
J. Caldwell, d. d. president; commencement, 4tli 
Thursday in June. 

University, S.C. Columbia; founded 1802; Thom- 
as Cooper, M. D. president; commencement, tiboui 
Dec. 15. 

Charleston, Charleston, S. C. ; founded 1785; Rev. 
Jasper Adams, D. D. president; commencement, last! 
Tuesday in October. 

University of Georgia, Athens, Geo. ; founded 1 785 ; 
Rev. M. Waddel, d. d. president ; commencement,! 
iirst Wednesday in August. | 

JVashville University, Nashville, Tenn, ; founded in! 
1806 ; Rev. Philip Lindsley, d. d. president; com- 
mencement, first Wednesday in October. 

E. Tennessee, Knoxville, Tenn. ; Rev. Charles Cof- 
fin, D. D. president; commencement, first Thursday in 
October. 

Augusta, Augusta, Ky. ; founded 1822: Rev. Mar- 
tin Ruter, president; commencement, first Wednes- 
day in August. 

Greenville Coll. Gremville, Tenn. ; founded 1794; 



; _ __ (j'J 

IP.ev. Henry Ross, President. 

I University of Ohio, Alhens, Ohio; founded 1802 
(lev. R. G. Wilson, D. D. president; cotnnienccmeni 
jV\^ednesday following the third Tuesday in September 

Jlinrni University, Oxford, Ohio; founded 1824 
Rov. R. H. Bishop, d. d. president ; commencement 
'■,\s\ Wednesday in September. 

Tran'iyrvania University, Lexington, Ky. ; Kev. Al 
.a Woods, D. D. president. 

Western Reserve, Hudson, Ohio; founded 1828. 

Bloomin^ton, Blooinington, Indiana; fuonded 1828 
Rev. Andrew Wylie, n. d. president. 



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73 



etlill ^oUnnment of mtvmont 

FOR THE POLITICAL YEAR, 

Commencing Octobdr, 1S30, and ending October, 1331. 



EXECUTIVE. 

SAMUEI^ C. CRAFTS, 

GOVERNOR, Crnftshury, 

MARK fllCMAKDS, 

LT. GOVERNOR, JFc'stminster. 
COUNCILLOiiS. 

Hon. M^/ron Clark, Bennington Co. 

Samuel Clark, Windliam 

Pcobert Pierpoint, Rutland 
VVm. G. Hunter, Windsor 

Ezra Hoyt, Addison 

Jedcdiah H. Harris, Grange, 
John C. Thompson, Ci'iittenden 
Geo. Worthing-ton, ) rrr i ■ 
Henry F. Janes, \ ^^ ^'^^^^ngton 
Penjaniin F. Demmg, Caledonia 
Jufues Davis. Franklin 

Geo. B. Shaw, Sccrclaru, Danville. 

Benjamin Swan, Treasurer, Woodstock. 
Norman Williams, Secretary/ of Slate, Woodstock. 
O. H. Smith, Deputy Sec. of State, Montpelier. 
David Pierce, Auditor, Woodstock. 

LEGISLATIVE, 

Robert B. Bates, Speaker. 

Timothy Merrill, Clerk. 

D. P. Thompson, Engrossing Clerk. 

BENNINGTON COUNTY. 
Towns. Representatives. Gr. List. 

Arlington Martin C Dcming 13329 

Bennington Samuel H. Blacknier 27337 

Dorset Azel Morso 10992 

Landgrovc Gideon Davis Jr. 2136 

Manchester Leonard Sarnreant 16565 



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PownaL 


John Wright 


107:24 1 


Peru 




1980 1 


Rupert 


David Sheldon Jr. 


12982 


Readshoro' 


James Carpenter 


2342 


Sandgale 


Joseph TuttlG 


6219 1 


Shaftshury 


Jesse Blackmer 


19619 


Stamford 


Joel Houghton 


2981 


Sunderland 


Noah Landon 


3666 


Winhall 


Nathaniel Mellen 


1972 


Woodford 


Joseph C. HoUister 


1384 


^134,229 


WINDPIAM COUNTY, 




Atthens 




2637 


Acton 


Nathan Fisher 


988 


Brattlehoro' 


Samuel Root 


18581 


Brook line 


Jacob Burdett 


295 


Dover 


James Miner Jr. 


5574 


Dummerston 


Asa Knight 


9828 


Grafton 


William Stickney Jr. 


9324 


Guilford 


Russel Hyde 


12316 


Halifax 


Stanford Plump 


7402 


Jamaica 


Nathaniel Robbing 


6953 


Londonderry 




4999 


Marlboro' 


Hubbard H. Winchester 6862 t| 


JSTewfane 


Joseph Ellis 


9728 


Putney 


John Campbell 


10284 


Rockingham 


Manasseh Divoll 


20242 


Somerset 


Samuel Worthington 


1230 


Stratton 


Richard Scott 


1195 


Townshend 


William R. Shafter 


9567 


Vernon 


Eh Lee 


4302 


Wardshoro' 


Nathaniel Ward 


6545 


Weslmiruter 


Ellery Albee 


14881 


Whitingham 


Schuyler Murdock 


7931 


Wilmington 


David Rugg 


7945 


Windham 


David Cobb 


4327 


gl86,249 


RUTLAND COUNTY. 




Renson 


John Keliogg 


13625 





75 




Brcmdon 


John A. Cunant 


13321 


Castleton 




16102 


Chittenden 


Jonas Wheeler 


3800 


Clarendon 


Linsey Round 


13975 


Danhy 


Ira Edmons 


13308 


Fairhaven 


John Jonas 


5534 


Hiibhardton 


Ira Jennings 


6552 


Ira 


Whipple Martin 


3598 


tMendon 


Edward Mussey • 


1005 


Mount Tabor 




1132 


Mount Holly 


Nathan T. Sprague 


7931 


Mlddletowii 


Elialdm Paul 


8104 


Orwell 


Samuel Young 


19624 


Pawlet 


Milton Brown 


18364 


Pittsfield 


William R. Blossom 


3181 


Fiilsford 


Jirah Barlow 


16919 


Poullney 


Joel Beeman 


18039 


Rutland 


Rodney C. Royce 


23676 


Sherburne 


Richard Eastabrooks 


1669 


Shrewsbury 


John Buckmaster 


8050 


Sudbury 


Joseph Warner 


6926 


Tinmouth 


Obadiah Noble 


7720 


Wallinsford 


Thomas Hulett 


11702 1 


Wells ^ 


Seth Blossom 


5480 


West Haven 


David B. Phippenee 


5037 


^254,356 


WINDSOR COUNTY. 




Andover 


Oren Hazeltine 


6233 


Baltimore 




1391 


Barnard 


Levi Belknap 


12112 


Bethel 


John Woodbury 


12706 


Bridg-cwater 


David Thompson 


. 7134 


Cavendish 


Levi Jack man 


12263 


Chester 


Abiel Richardson 


20380 


Hartford 


Wyllys Lyman 


17435 


Hart land 


Elihu LucQ 


21431 


Ludlow 


Asa Fletcher 


6976 


JVorwich 


EHas Lyman, jr. 


15933 


Plymouth 


Levi Slack 


5119 


Promfret 


Nathan Snow 


10992 



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Readi7ig 


Simeon Buck 


1158.3 


Rochester 


Ephraim D. Brigga 


0156 


Royalton 


Jacob Col]amer 


1444Q 


Sharon 


William Steele 


19480 


Springfield 


William Thayer 


14301 


Stockbridgc 


Daniel Gay Jr. 


6430 


Weather.^eld 


Joshua Upham 


19642 


Weston 


Jonathan Webster 


42 45 


Windsor 


Thomas Leland 


27000 


WoodstocJc 


Lysander Raymontl 


26160 j 


§298,115 


ADDISON COUNTY. 


Addison 


Marshall S. Doty 


12815 


Bridport 


Abner Wilcox 


15238 


Bristol 


Rufus H. Barnard 


6269 


Cornwall 


Chauncey Cook 


10793 


Ferrisburg 


David Hazard 


14406 


Goshen 


Nathan Capen 


2146 


Hancock 


Nathan Claflin 


1847 


Kingston 


Isaac Parker 


1476 


Ijeicester 


John Bullock 


3700 


Lincoln 


Isaac Houston • 


2879 


J\Iiddlehury 


Robert B. Bates 


22249 


JMonkton 


John Smith 


9109 


J^ew Haven 


Daniel Twitehell 


15255 


Panion 


Jesse Grandy 


5183 1 


Salisbury 


Elnalhan Darling- 


6128 


Shoreham 


Silas H. Jennison 


18802 


Starksboro' 


Myron Bushnell 


5563 { 


Vergenncs 


Philip C. Tucker 


7814 


Waltham 


George Field 


3087 1 


Weybridge 


Benjamin Wales 


6778 


Whiting 


John Branch 


5563 


jgl77,109 




ORANGE COUNTY. 




Bradford 


Jesse Merrill, 2d. 


11376 


Braintree 


Seth Riford 


6450 


Brookfield 


Frederick Griswold 


11949 


Chelsea 


D. Azro A. Buck 


13024 i 



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Corinth 


Winthrop Green 


14260 


Fairlee 


Isaac Farrington 


3542 


J^TewbHry 


Peter Burbank 


15580 


Orange 


Luther S. Burnham 


4047 


Randolpk 


Belcher Sahsbury 


22681 


Strafford 


Martin Barrett 


14443 


Thciford» 




13986 


Tojisham 


James Petrie 


6506 


Tunbridge 


Nathaniel King 


14966 


Verskire 


Simeon Bacon 


8164 


Washington 


Asa Burton 


7705 


West Fairlee 


Jabez Lanphear 


4467 


Williamstown 


Darius Pride 


11213 


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CHITTENDEN COUNTY 


^ 


Bolton 


James Whitcomb 


1774 


Burlington 


Timothy Follett 


29647 


Charlotte 


William Pease 


15536 


Colchester 


Noah Wolcott 


6951 


Essex 


Pvoswcll Butler 


12692 


Hinesburg 


Nahum Peck 


11681 


Huntington 


John Judson 


4112 


Jericho 


Truman Galusha 


S884 


Marisfield 


Ivory Luce 


958 


.Milton 


Lemuel B. Piatt 


13796 


Richmond 


William Rhodes 


6200 


Shelburne 


Heman Barstow 


11232 


St. George 


Lewis Higbee 


1081 


UnderhiU 


John H. Tower 


3674 


Westford 


Danforth Wales 


6682 


WiUiston 


Truman Chittenden 


12383 
J147,291 


WASHINGTON COUNTY 




Barre 


Alvan Carter 


12552 


Berlin 


Jonathan P. Miller 


9756 


Calais 


Pardon Janes 


6796 


Duxbury 


Ira Arms 


2915 


Elmore 


Abner Doty 


1648 


1 Fayslon 


Merrill Tyler 


1452 


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Marshfield 


Spencer Lawrence 


5193 


Middlesex 


John Vincent 


5720 


Montpelier 


William Upiiam 


16691 


Moretown 


Harvey W. Carpenter 


4149 


Korthjield 
Plainjield 


Lebbeus Bennett 
Israel Goodwin 


6643 
4348 


Roxhury 


Charles Sampson 


2639 


Stow 


Philo G. Camp 


8220 


Waitsfield 


Jason Carpenter 


6126 


Waterbury 


Charles R. Cleaves 


8665 


Warren 


Moses Sargeant jr. 


3282 


Worcester 


Milton Brown 


1587 




^108,391 


CALEDONIA COUNTY. 




Barnct 


William Gilkerson 


11105 


Burke 


Joel Tnill 


4180 1 


Cabot 


Anthony Perry 


6551 


Danville 


Aug-ustine Clark 


18055 


Groton 


Peter McLachlm 


3067 


Ilardwick 


Orra Crosby 


6245 


Kirby 


Oren Carpenter 


1866 1 


Lyndon 


Job Randall 


9740 


JVewark 


Obed Johnson 


1144 


Peacham 


Jacob Blanchard 


11133 ! 


Ryegate 


James Nelson jr. 


7253 1 


SheJJield 


Stephen Drown 


2665 


St. Joknsbury 


Ariel Aldrich _ 


10061 1 


Sutton 


Jacob C. Morrill 


5074 ! 


Walden 


Nathaniel Farrington _; 


r. 46 16 
8775 


Walerford 


Robert Taggard 


Wliedock 


Abner Morrill 


2982 \ 


Woodbury 


Joel Cilley 


2036 




gll6,551 


FRANKLIN COUNTY. 


Bakcrs^Md 


Thomas Child 


6567 


Belvidere, 




849 


Berkshire 


William C. Ellsworth 


5290 


Cambridge 


Nathan Smilie 


8 752 


Enosburg 


Horace Eaton 


6411 1 



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Fairfax 


Joseph Kingsbury 


8491 \ 
9102 ' 


Fairfield 


Juab Smith 


Fletcher 


Ira Amstron^ 


3618 


Franklin 


Phillip S. Gates 


5121 


Georgia 


Decius R. Bog^ue 


13276 


HighgaU 


John Barr 


8857 


Johnson 


Israel O. Andrews 


4923 


J\Io7ilgomery 


Selah B. Uphara 


2054 


Richford 


William Rogers 


2050 


Sheldon 


Alfred Keith 


7871 


St. Albans 


John Smith 


16078 


Sterlings 




872 


Sicanton 


James Piatt 


11284 


JFaterville, 




1787 


^122,261 


ORLEANS COUNTY. 


JllbanT/ 


John Fainaan 


2570 


Barton 


Ellis Cobb 


3848 


Browning ton 


George C. West 


1917 


Craflshnry 


Augustus Young 


5274 


Coventry 


Calvin Harmon 


3207 


Charleston 


Tyler Bingham 


1563 


Derby 


Ecnjaniin Hinman 


8479 1 


Eden 


Clark Fjsk 


1712 


Glover 


Charles Hardy 


2725 


Greensboro' 


Marvin G row 


3690 


Holland 


Isaiah Emerson 


1264 


Ilydepark 


Breed Noyes 


3242 1 


Irasburgh 


Elisha H. Starkweather 3961 j| 


Jay 


Madison Keith 


453 


Kellyvale 


Henry Smith 


1060 


J)lorrisiown 


Luther Bingham 


6418 


JMorgan^ 




1041 


A'^eivporl 


Samuel Warner 


1068 


Salem 


Josiah Lyon 


706 


Troy 


Frederick Fuller 


2234 


Vr ^utColt 


Jonathan Snnth 


1867 


Wesljldd, 




1359 


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ESSEX COUNTY. 




Brunswick 


Hains SchofT 


683 


Canaan 




1688 


Concord 


Archibald Taggard 


5034 


Granby 


Elijah Baker 


420 


Guildhall 


Jolm Dewey 


3093 


Lunenhurgh 


Jonah Brooks jr. 


6038 


Leminglony 




864 


Maidstone 


Daniel Rich 


1793 


Minehead 


Martin French 


528 


^■20,149 


GRAND ISLE COUNTY. 




Alburgh 


William L. Sowles 


8304 


Grand Isle 


Samuel Adams 


5461 


J^orth Hero 


Joel Allen 


3639 


South Hero 


Benajah Phelps 


6774 


Vineyard 


Harry Hill 


2010 
g'26,190 


Rev. George G. InjTersoll, Chaplain 


> 


Rawsel R. 


Keith, Sheriff, 


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E. P. Walton, jr. Messenger, 




William Billings, Door-Keeper, 




Araunah Marshall, } Officers 


cfthe ' 


Cyren Bui 


dick, ( House. 


RECAPITULATI0>' OF GRAND l.TST BY 


COUNTIES. 


Bennington co. 


gl34,229 


Washington, 


108.391 


Windham, 


180,249 


Caledonjo, 


116,551 


Rutland, 


254,386 


Franklin, 


122,261 


Windsor, 


298,116 


Orleans, 


59,6f.5 


Addison, 


177,109 


Essex, 


20,149 


Orange, 


184,368 


Grand-Isle, 


26,190 


jChittenden, 


147,291 




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di 

TOWN OFFICIJRS, CLERGY, ATTORiNIES, 
PHYSICIANS AND POSTMASTERS, 



!>■ EACH TOV.-.X r.N THE STATI 



BENNINGTON COUNTY. 

Arlington. Town clerk, Anson Canfield ; Firs 
constable, Lemuel Havvley ; Selectmen, Martin C 
D.Mning-, Asahel Hurt], Samuel Canfield ; Clergy, i 
,' William S. Perkins, epis. Rendal, bap. ; Attor- 
ney, Piiineas Smith; Physicians, Abel Ayisworth 
Sif.':eon Litllefield, Marshall Littlefield ; Poctmaster. 
Cyrus B. IIills. 

Bennington. Town clerk, William Haswell ; Firsi 
constable, Hiram Blackmer; Selectmen, Green Black- 
mer, Jedcdiah Dewey, Samuel Loomis, Enos Rudd, 
Aaron Sherwood ; Clergy, Henry F. Baldwin, bap.; 
Attornies, David Robinson, jr. Samuel H. Blackmer. 
Hiland Hall, O. C. Merrill, U. M. Robinson, Truman 
Squier, Pierpoint Isham, Daniel Cliurcli, Henry Kel- 
logg, John S. Robinson, James Hubbeil ; Physicians. 
Noadiah Swift, William Bigelow, Jonathan Chandler. 
Hen}an Swift, George O. Gilbert, Freeborn Johnson; 
Postmasters, Willipui Haswell, Benningtong, Daniei! 
Loomis, North-Bennington. 

Dorset. Town clerk, Azel Morse ; First constable. 
Heman Morse ; Selectmen, John Chapman, Jub-u 
I Kent, Benjamin A.mes; Clergy, William. Jackson, pres. 
John Whiteham, meth. ; Physicians, Alplieus Morse. 
Walter S. Siiumway ; Postmasters, James A. Hodge. 
Dorset, Johnson Marsh, East-Durset. 

LamJo-rove. Town clerk, Reuben Holt, jr. ; First 
; constable, Joseph Holt; Selectmen, Reuben Holt, jr. 
Gideon Davis, jr. Barach'.as Abbott; Clergv 



Sanderson, meth. ; Physician, Amri Benson; Post- 
master, Joshua Marsh. 

I Mcuich-csier. Town clerk, Walter J. Shipherd : 
First constable, Gurdon H. Sm.ith ; Selectmen, Major 
Hawley, Cyrus Munson, Elijah Colhns; Clergy, James 
Vnderson, con. Ab'm. Biownson, ep. — Giilet, baj) 
Attornies, Milo L. Bennett, Leonard Sargcant, John 
Aikcns, Oscar Chipman ; Physicians, Ezra Isham, R. 



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Thatcher, George TuLtle, Thomas Dunton, Henry 
Gray ; Postmasters, Waiter J. Shipherd, Benjamin 
Roberts, Factory point. 

Pownal. Town clcriv, Sylvanus Danforth; First 
constable, Josiah Bates; Selectmen, Samuel Wright, 
Nathan Varin, Elijah Barber; Clergy, Benj. Gardner, 
bap. ; Attorney, Daniel E. Spencer; Physicians, Ben- 
jamin F. Morgan, Abel B. Wilder, A. W. Potter; 
Postmaster, John M. Potter. 

Readshorovgh. Town clerk, Jonathan Houghton; 
First constable, Elijah Bailey ; Selectmen, Richard 
Carpenter, Jacob Hicks, William Stafford ; Clergy. 
James Carpenter, bap. Jonas Stearns, reformed melh. 
Simon Myres, jr. chris. ; Physcian, Henry W. Bell ; 
Postmaster, James Hatch. 

Rupert. Town clerk, Henry Sheldon ; First con- 
stable, Norman Harvey ; Selectmen, Seth Moore, Ira 
Weed, John Moore; Clergy, David Wilson, con. W. 
Wait, bap. ; Attornies, Nathan Burton, Isaac Sher- 
man ; Pliysician, Henry Sheldon ; Postmasters, Ira 
H. Sheldon, Rupert, Harmon Underbill, East Rupert. 

Shafisbury. Town clerk, Hiram Barton ; First 
constable, Lemuel Bottum; Selectmen, AsaMattoson, 
Nathan H. Boltum, Amos Galushn, jr. ; Clergy, Isaiah 
Alatteson, Daniel Tinkham, Cyrus Hayes, bap. Enochi 
King, meth. Elijah Bump, univ. ; Attorney, Nathan] 
Huntington; Physicians, Daniel Huntington, Jonat- 
Huntington ; Postmaster, Henry Huntington, 

Stamford. Town clerk, Otit; Phillips; First consta- 
ble, Reuben Smith ; Selectmen, Otis Piiillips, Samuelj 

Wallace, jr. Thomas Bratton ; Clergy, Johnson/ 

bap. ; Physician, James Snialley. 

Sandgate. Town clerk, John H. Sanderson ; First 
constable, Stephen Hurd; Selectmen, Joseph Tuttle, 
Theodore Sanderson, Reuben Thomas; Physician, 
Harmon Tucker. I 

Sunderland. Town clerk, James A. Graves ; Firsti 
constable, Michael Judson ; Selectmen, Tim. Brown-| 
son, Michael Judson, Reuben Webb ; Clergy, Nead-i 
ham Knights, ref meth. ; Phisician, Daniel Hix ; Pogt-i 
masier, Gilbert Bradley, 2d. j 



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WinkalL Town clerk, Reuben Brooks; First con- 
table, John Brooks ; Selectmen, Nathaniel Mellen, 
Silas Gleascn, Wyman Sprague, jr. ; Clergy, Josepli| 
B. Goddard, con. Joseph Allen, meth. ; Physician, Job 
Leonard. 

Woodford. Town clerk, William Park ; First con-j 
stable, Reuel Cutler ; Selectmen, Elisha Lyon, Urieii 
Culler, Joel Hosmer; Clergy, Joseph C. Hollister,| 
reformed meth. 

WTNDHATM COUNTY. 

Adon. Town clerk, Daniel Fisher ; First consta- 
ble, Jonas Holden ; Selectmen, Isaac Fisher, jr. Na- 
than Fisher, Dennis Holden. j 

Athcrts. Town clerk, James Bay ley ; First consta-l 
ble, Lyman Alexander ; Selectmen, Tim. H. Whit-j 
ney, James Bayley, Jonathan Colton ; Clergy, Zerah' 
Colburn, meth. ; Postmaster, James Bayley. i 

Brattleboraugh. Town clerk, Stephen Greenleaf;[ 
First constable, Willard Cobleigh ; Selectmen, Joseph! 
Goodhue, Seth Herrick, Levi Goodenough ; Clergy,! 
Jonathan M'Gee, J. L. Stark, con.; Attornies, Sam-| 
uel Elliot, Jonatlian Plunt, Asa Green, Frederic W.} 
Hall, William R. Hayes ; Physicians, Russel Fitch, i 
John L. Dickerman, Phil Hall, Daniel Gilbert; Post-j 
master, Asa Green. I 

Brookline. Town clerk, Jacob Burditt; First con-| 
stable, Isaac Wellman, 3d. ; Selectmen, Tho's Crane,' 
Alvin Boyden, Ebenezor Whitney; Physician^ Will-1 
|iam Perry. j 

Dover, Town clerk, Laban Jones ; First constable,' 
Henry Rice; Selectmen, Laban Jones, John Rico, jr.! 
Lyman Howe; Clergy, Isaac Cummings, con. Wm.' 
H. Hodges, meth. James Mann, bap. Daniel Leonard,' 
f. bap. ; Physician, Jedediah Estabrook ; Postmaster, 
Jotham Howe. I 

Dummerston. Town clerk, Joseph Duncan; Firstj 
constable, Asa Dutfon, jr. ; Selectmen, Asa Knight,! 
Enos Leonard, John F. Stearns ; Clergy, Hosea Buck-! 
ley, con. Jonathan Huntley, bap. ; Attorney, Marshall 
Miller; Physicians, Sewaii Walker, Isaac N. Knapp,' 
Chinsey Puffer; Pastmaster, Lewis Henry. ! 



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Graftim. Town clerk, Arternas Spring ; First con- 
stable, Samuel Walker; Selectmen, Erastus Burg-ess, 
\Vm. Palmer, Lewis C Alexander; Clerg-y, Selali R. 
Arms, con. John Sweet, bop.; Physicians, Benjamin 
Bridgeman, Worcester Chandler, Ezra Edson, jr. ; 
; Postmaster, Nathan Wheeler. 

\ Guilford. Town clerk, Ward Bullock ; First con- 
jstable, Russejl Ilydo; Selccttaen, Samuel Cutting-, 
iSamuel Sikes, Barnard Lynde ; Clerfi^y, Samuel 13. 
iShaw,ep. Benjamin Buck1in,bap. Asa Ilaynes, meth. ; 
[Attorney, John Phelps; Physicians, Dana Hyde, Ben- 
jamin W. Stevens; Postmasters, Elihu Field, Guil- 
jford, Edward Hougliton, inn. Guilford centre. 
I Haliptx. Town clerk," Darius Bullock; First cnn- 
,-5tal)le, Chipman Swam; Selcctnicn, x^zariah Hall, jr. 
VVilliam Plumb, Elisha Hag-ar ; Clergy, Thomas H 
AV'ood,con. Samuel Fish, jr. bap. ; Attornies, Jedediah 
jStark, James L. Stark; Physicinns, Charles Houg'h- 
ton, Joseph Cobb; Postmaster, Thomas II. Wocjd. 
j Jamaica. Town clerk, Ezra Livermore ; First con- 
'stable, Samuel T. R. Cheney; Selectmen, Nathaniel 
Robbins, Peter R. Taft, Jonathan Gleason ; Physician, 
iMoses Chamberlin; Postmaster, Benjamin Felton. 

Londonderry. Town clerk, Isaac R^ichardson ; First 
constable, Pt,uel White; Selecttnen, Elisha White, 
Daniel Warner, Birnet Wait, jr.; Clerg-y, Philetus 
Clark, con. Simeon Pierce, bap. ; Physician, Jairus B. 
Collins ; Postmaster, David C. Stowell. 

Marlborough. Town clerk, Ephroim H. Newton; 
First constable, Jonathan Smith ; Selectmen, Hubbard 
H. Winchester, Simeon Adams, Ezra Thayer; Cler- 
gy, Ephraim II. Newton, con. Pliinehas Ilowe, bop. ; 
Piiysician, Ebenczer Tucker ; Postn^aster, Jonathan 
Smith. 

JVeivfanc. Town clerk, Nathan Stone; First con 
stable, Wm. H. Williams; Selectmen, Aaron C. Rob 
inson. Pa rdon T. Kimball, Walter Eager ; Clerg-y, 

Chandler Bates, con. Fuller, meth. ; Attornies 

Martin Field, Roswell M. Field ; Physicians, Chester 

Olds, John Wilson, liolliday; Postmasters, Ja 

son DLjncan,jr. WMnsville, Ira M'Collum, Fayottcville 



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; Pulneij. Town clerk, James Low; First constable,,' 
!Eph. H. Mason; Selectmen, David Crawford, S&mueii 
iWheat, Willard Cobb; Ci^riry, B. H. Pitman, con. ;| 
jAttornics, Phineas White, Asa Keyes. 2d. ; Physicians. 
jAlex. Campbell, John Campbell, Nathaniel Chamber- 
ikiin; Postmaster, James Keyes. 

} Rockinham. Town clerk, Alexander S. Campbell ; 
First constable. Edward Darby; Selectmen, Richard 
Cobb, Cyrus Locke, Ezekiel Weston; Clergy, Carl-| 
■ton Chase, ep. Richard M. Ely, bap. ; Attornies, D.j 
Kelloo-g, Alexander S. Campbell, Horace Baxter, Jo-j 
nathan D. Bradley ; Physicians, Noah Pratt, John H 
Wells, Artemas Robins, Wm. Atcherson ; Postmas 
ters, John H. Wells, B. Falls, Royal Earl, Saxton's 
river, Henry Campbell, Rockingham. 
1 Somerset. Town clerk, Hazelton Rice; First con- 
jstable, Moses Pike; Selectmen, Elliot Morse, Joseph 
Pike, Leonard Clark. 

Sfrailon. Town clerk, Asa Phillips; First consta- 
ble, Hudson Grout ; Selectmen, Richard Scott, AbeJ 
Grout, jr. Jedediah Morse. 

I Tovmshcnd. Town clerk, Lucius Dyer: First con 
stable, Gilman Chamberlain; Selsctmen, Chs. Phelps. 
W^m. R. Shafter, Samuel Gray; Clergy, Guy Buck 
ley, meth. ; Attornies, Charles Phelps, Epaphroditus 
Ransom; Physicans, Joel Chaniberlain. Waitstill R- 
Ranney, Silas Clark, Charles Clark, Horace Stark- 
weather; Postmasters, John Fessenden, West Village. 
John P. Marsh, East Village. 

Vernon. Town clerk, Cyrus Washburn ; First con- 
stable. Isaac Johnson, jr. ; Selectmen, Isaiah W. John- 
son, Thomas Johnson, Nathan Wood; Physician, Cy- 
rus Washburn; Postmaster, Marshal Whithed. 

Wardsborough. Town clerk, Asa Vv^lieelock; First 
constable, Henry Grovier; Selectmen, Noth. Ward, 
Drury Fairbank, Silas Dexter; Clergy, James Tufts, 
con. Joseph Gampball, bap. ; Physicians, Paul Wheel- 
er, John Warren; Postmaster, James Tufts. | 

IVestminster. Town clerk, Sylvester Sage ; First; 
constable, Dan Willard; Selectmen, John Smith, El-I 
er y Allbe, Ahiall Go odell : Clernry. Sylvester Sagc.'^ 



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Timothy Field, con. ; Attorney, William C. Bradley 
Physicians, Plinny SafFord, David Allen ; PostraasLer, 
Samuel Lovejoy. 

Windham. Town clerk, William Harris; First 
constable, Jude Farr ; Selectmen, Daniel Cobb, Tim- 
othy Sherwin, David Woodburn ; Clergy, Selah R. 
Arms, Samuel Kingsbury, bap. ; Physician, John Aus- 
tin ; Postmaster, David Woodburn. 

Whii'mgham. Town clerk, Elliot Brown ; First 
constable, William PIull ; Selectmen, Jos. Goodnow, 
Abraham Chase, James White; Clergy, Amherst 
Lamb, bap. Ebenezer Davis, meth. ; Attornies, Joiin 
Roberts, Horace Roberts, Henry Closson; Physicians, 
Elliot Brown, Horace Smith; Postmasters, Horact: 
Roberts, Saxton Plumb. Point Pleasant. 

Wilmington. Town clerk, Jairus Hall; First con 
stable, George Robinson ; Selectmen, Elam French 
Ricliaid Waste, Dennis Farralcr; Clergy, J.Wright, 
con. Mansfield Bruce, bap. Skinner, un. ; Attor- 
ney, Charles K. Field ; Physician, John Pulsipher; 
Postmaster, Ephraim Tyler. 

WINDSOR COUNTY. 

Andover. Town clerk, Nathaniel P. Dodge; First 
constable, John B. Manning; Selectmen, Edward Si- 
mons, Jerry Adams, Abiel Pierce ; Clergy, Joel Man 
ning, bap. ; Physician, Charles \¥. Chandler ; Post 
masters, Sewel Sn-iith, Andover, and Edward L. Si 
mons, Simonsville. 

Baltimore. Town clerk, Jonathan Woodbury, jun. 
IFirst constable, John Piper ; Seletcmen, Stephen Rob 
nson, Benjamin Pago, Joshua Leland. 

Barnard. Town clerk, George R. Winslow ; First 
constable. Amos Jaques ; Selectmen, Thomas Free 

man, J. B. Danforth, Apollos Warner; Clergy, 

Taylor, cong. Joseph Ward, univer. ; Hoit, Ab 

ner Perkins, Andrew Stevens, meth. ; Physicians 

[saac Danforth, Burbank, — — Swift; Postmas- 

'.er, Edvvard Morris. 

Bethel. Town clerk, Jonathan Marsh ; First con- 
stable, David Owen; Selectmen, Weaker Perrin, Johr 
Woodbury, John Noble ; Clergy, W, Swift, con. W. 



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Granger, meth. Zebine, epis. ; Attornies, Julius 

Convers; Physicians, Alfred Page, Walter Carpen- 
ter ; Postmasters, Alexander Ral^itun, West Bethel, 
Leonard Fisk, E. Bethel. 

Bridgeicater. Town clerk, Isaiah Raymond; First 
constable, Alvin Lamb ; Selectmen, Morris Lamb; J. 
H. Munger, Barnabas Thompson, jr. ; Clergy, Nche- 
miah Woodward, bap. Junius Spaldmg, meth. ; Phys- 
icians, James IL Munger, Gains P. Wood, R. F. 
Goodwin; Postmaster, Thomas Southgate, jr. 

Cavendish. Town clerk, Samuel Adams ; First con- 
:>table, Joseph Parker, 2nd ; Selectmen, Samuel Ad- 
ams, Josiah Gilson, Levi Jackman ; Clergy, W^arren 
Skinner, univer. Joseph Freeman, bap. James Morgan, 
f. bap. ; Attornies, Asa Wheeler, Salmon F. Button, 
Horace Fletcher, Josiah Chandler; Physicians, Isaiah 
Parker, Alpheus Fletcher, William May, Alexander 
McEwen ; Postmasters, Addison Fletcher, Cavendish, 
andR. F. Fletcher, Proctorsville. 

Chester. Town clerk, Amos Heald ; First consta- 
ble, Nathan Atwood ; Selectmen, Amos Heald, Jesse 
Steadman, Thomas T. Barrett ; Clergy, Urial C. Bur- 
nap, con. Aaron Leland, bap. Rufus Bruce, f. bap. ; 

Attornies, Thomas Robertson, Samuel Smith, 

Hutchinson ; Physicians, Ptolmey Edson, Abraham 
Lowel, Thomas T. Barrett; Postmaster, Phinehas O. 
Sargeant. 

Ludlow. Town clerk, Moses Haven ; First con- 
stable, Elijah Gove ; Selectmen, Moses Haven, Asa 
Fletcher, Joseph Davison ; Clergy, Frederick A. Can- 
non, con. Alanson L. Covell, bap. ; Attornies, Reuben 
Washburn, Sewall Fullum, jun. ; Physicians, Joshua 
Warner; Postmaster, Benja. Billings. 

JVoricich. Town clerk. Jacob Burton ; First con- 
stable, David Freeman; Selectmen, Alba Stimson. 
Elias Lyman, jr. Abel Partridge; Clergy. Sam'l God- 
dard, James W. Woodward, con. ; Attornies, Aaron 
Loveland, John Wright, Harvey Burton ; Physicians, 
Horace Hatch, Lyraan Lewis ; Postmaster, Cyrue 
Partridge. 
I Hartford. Town clerk, Freegrncc licavitt, First 



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'constable, Noah B. Hazen ; Selectmen Wyllys Ly- 
'rnan, Shubael Russ, Allen Hazen ; Cler^ry, Austin Ha- 
|zen, con. ; Attornies, Wyllys Lyman, Andrew Tracy; 
Physicians, David Ingraham, Thomas A. Carter, Ira 
iTcnney, Galen Hunter; Postmasters, Phinehas Kim- 
'ball, Hartford, Baxter B. Newton, West Hartford, 
Jacob Dlmick, Q,uechy Village. 

j Hartland. Town clerk, Sylvester Marcy ; First 
constable, Wells Hadley ; Selectmen, Daniel Denison,} 
Jonathan Bagley, William Ashley ; Clergy, Samuel 
Delano, con. Timothy Grow, bap. ; Isaac N. Cush- 
man ; Physicians, John Harding, Sylvester Marcy, S. 
E. W^inslow; Postmaster, David H. Sumner, Hart- 
land, Alvin Taylor, North Village. 

Plymouth. Town clerk, Cephas Moors ; First con- 
stable, Samuel Page; Selectmen, Asa Brigg, Emanu- 
el Sawyer, JohnLakin; Physicians, Ardin J.Tay- 
lor, Alexander H. Janes; Postmaster, Amos Pollard. 

Pom/ret. Town clerk, David Chandler ; Firsi con- 
stable, Tliomas Fraser; Selectmen, Henry liewitt, 
jDaniel Tinkham, Harvey Bruce ; Clergy, Joseph 
iMarsh, con. Asa Bealoy, Isaac Dexter, cliris. ; Physi- 
jcians, Kimball Russ, Joseph Bilhngs ; Postmaster, 
jCyrus Snow. 

Reading. Town clerk, Abel Gilson, jr. ; First con- 
stable, Solomon Keys; Selectmen, iibel Gilson, jr. 
Simeon Buck, Trumbul Ackley ; Clergy, Sanmel C. 

Loveland, restorationer, Marsh, unit. Sewal Ful- 

lum, f. bap. ; Physicians, John Smith, John W. Em| 
ery, — — Minard ; Postmasters, Abel Gilson, jr. mid- 
dle of the town, William L. Plawkins, east part, 

Hemingway, Fitchville. 

Rochesiei\ Town clerk, John Trask ; First consta- 
ble, David Warren, jr. ; Selectmen, E. D. Briggs, S. 
S. Hemminway, Joseph Morse ; Clergy, Salmon Hurl- 
but con. ; Attornies, Simeon A. Webber; Physicians, 
David Huntington, Reuben Hall, > Phelps ; Post- 
master, Isaac W. Wil'ard. 

Royalton. Town clerk, Richard Bloss ; First con- 
stable, Jonathan Kinney ; Selectmen, Oliver Willis, 
iCalvin Parkhurst, Gideon Binixham ; Clergy, A. C. 



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Was!iburn, con. ; Attornies, John Francis, A. C. No- 
ble, J. Collamer ; Piiysicians, J. A. Dennison, Richard 
Bloss. J. A. Dennison, jr. ; Postmaster, Oramel Saw- 
yer. 

Sharo7i. Town clerk, Samuel Shuttleworth, jr. : 
First constable, Freeman Page: Selectmen, William 
Gifford, Freeman Holt, Sanrl. Shutlle\vorth,jr. ; Cler- 
gy, Samuel Bascomb,[con. James Parker, bap. ; Attor- 
ney Samuel Shuttleworth, jr. ; Physician, Alba South- 
rd; Postmaster, Chester Baxter. 

Stockbj'idge. Town clerk, Rufus Lynn ; First con- 
stable, Daniel Gay, jr, ; Selectmen, Joel Cooper, John 
Leonard, Paul W. Gay ; Clcro-7, Gilman Vorce, con, 
Araunah Allen, bap. ; Physician, Timothy P. Fay; 
Postmasters, Justin Morgan, Stockbridge : Myrick 
Gay, Gaysville. 

Springfield. Town clerk, Nomlas Cobb ; First con- 
stable, Samuel Chipman ; Selectmen, Wni: Thayer, 
Thomas Dana, Bezaleel Wood; Clergy, Robinson 
Smiley, con.; Dexter Bates, meth. ; Eldad Goodman, 
con.; Attornies, Nomlas Cobb, Samuel W. Porter; 

Physicians, Moses Cobb, Eleazer Crane, Hoit, 

Kendrick ; Postmaster, Frederick Porter. 

Weaiherf-field. Town clerk, Joshua Upham; First 
constable, Daniel Bowen ; Selectmen, Joseph R. Will- 
liams, James Newton, Sewall Clement; Clergy, Jas. 
iConverse, con. ; Physicians, Aaron Pierce, Thomas F. 
jSaxton, Robert Cram, Zopher Furber; Postmasters, 
Bailey Bartlett, Bow, Joseph Kidder, Perkinsville, Zo- 
phcj Furber, Corners, Reuben Squires, Greenbush. 

Windsor. Town clerk, Carlos Coolidge ; Firstcon- 
stable, Ricliard Wait ; Second constable, Thomas M. 
Pomroy ; Selectmen, Thomas Lsland, Charles Leav- 
ens, Samuel Patrick, A. N. Woodruff, William Sabin; 
Clergy, John Wheeler, con. ; Leland Howard, bap. 
William Hector, epis. ; Attornies, Jonathan H. Hub- 
bard, Asa Aiken, Horace Everett, Samuel Shuttle- 
worth, Thos. Leland, Carlos Coolidge, Wm. G. Hun- 
ter, Edwin Edgerton, Thos. S. Fullerton, Jabez Sar- 
geant : Physicians, Nahum Trask, Ezra S. Trask, Jas. 
Hall, Samuel Sargeant, Edward E. Phelps, — ~— Por- 



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ter, Dyar 8tacy, Cyrus Houg-liton, John Wakedeld 
Joseph Whiting; Postmasters, Jabez Sargeant, Wind 
sor, Gad Orvis, West Parisli. I 

i Woochtock. Town clerk, Eliphnlet Dunham; FirstI 
;Constable, Lysander Raymond; Selectmen, John A. 
Pratt, Jason Kendall, Nathan T. Churchill ; Clergy,! 
Joel Ciapp, epis. John Richards, con. Jasper Hazen,' 
lElias Cobb, chris. Seth Sterling, meth. William Bell,! 
jJacob Holt, univer. ; Physicians, Joseph A. Gallup,' 
jJohn D. Powers, Stephen Drew, John IJurnett, Wil-j 
|lard Parker, David Palmer, Bulkley O. Tyler, Oliverj 
iRuss, Nathan Thomas, Willard Bowman, Thomas E.! 
[Powers ; Attornies, Charles Marsh, Job Lyman, Nor-| 
inan Williams, David Pierce, George E. Wales, Ed[ 
{win Hutchinson, Lyndon A. Marsh, Benj. Swan, jr. 
{R. M. Ransome; Postmaster' Bcnj. Swan, jr. 

Westo7i.. Town clerk, Amos N. Burton, First con, 
stable, Jacob Whitney; Selectmen, Amos|N. Burton, 
Peter Blanchard, Parker Sliattuck ; Clergy, Stilman 
Morgan, cou.; Physicians. Henry Gray, Ira Burton; 
jPostmaster, John Wilder. 

i ADDISON COUNTY. 

Addison. Town clerk, Gideon Seegar; First con- 
jStahle, David G. Jackson ; Selectmen, Aaron Merrill, 
iAsa Wilmarth, Jonas N. Benedict; Clergy, — — Stow, 
;bap. ; Physicians, Prentiss D, Cheney, Henry Hale, 
Asa Snell, Isaac Rowley ; Postmasters, Gideon See- 
gur, Addison, Byson Murry, Chimney Point. 

Bridport. Town clerk, Joshua S. Strong; First 
constable, Colonel Smith ; Selectmen, Matthew Cham- 
bers, Geo. Gale, Abner Wilcox; Clergy, L Graves,j 

con. Lamb, Jona. Merriam, bap.; Attorney, Cal-| 

vin Solace; Physicians, Martin Gay, Luther Carey,: 
Joel Rice ; Postmaster, Pans Fletcher. i 

Bristol. Town clerk, W^inter H- Plolley ; First con- 
stable, James Wilds ; Selectmen, Amos Eddy, Solo-: 
mon Drake, Joseph Needham; Clergy, Griswold Sey-I 
mour, con. Hazeltine Baxter, David Hendee, bap. ;' 
Attornies, Horatio Needham, P- P. Holley; Physician.! 
Joseph Needham ; Postmaster, Harry C. Sopor. j 

Cornwall. Town clerk, Asahel Bingham : First ji 



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constable, Linus Evarts ; Selectmen, Horace Janes, 
William Hamilton, Jesso Ellsworth ; Clergy, Jededi- 
uh Bushnell, con. Hall, bap. ; Physicians, Fred- 
erick Ford, Thos. P. Matthews, Oliver J. Ells ; Post- 
laiaster, Chaunccy Stowell. 

Ferrlshurgh. Town clerk, Theoph. Middlebrook ; 
First constable, Moses Taft ; Selectmen, Noah W. 
Porter, Caleb Sherman, Wm. Allen; Clergy, John A. 
Dodge, bap. ; Physician, Jonathan Cram. 

Goshen. Town clerk, Nathan Capen ; First con- 
stable, William Carlisle, 3d. ; Selectmen, Nathan Ca- 
pen, Reuben Allen, Moses Kinsman. 

Hancock. Town clerk, Josiah P. Brooks; First 
;oonstable, Charles L. Church ; Selectmen, Charles 
Church, Nathan Claflin, Peter Washburn ; Physician, 
Hiram Morgan; Postmaster, John Hackett. 

Kingston. T. clerk, Jos. Patrick ; First cons. Lucius 
Bingham; Selectmen, William Elsworth, jr. Samuel 
Pinney, John Thatcher; Clergy, John Suddard, epis. 
Prince Jennie, con. ; Postmaster, Solomon Burnliam, jr. 
Leicester. Town clerk, William Gile ; First con- 
stable, Edward Morin ; Selectmen, John Bullock, Geo. 

\L Fish, James Mack; Clergy, Meeker, meth. ; 

Physician, William Gile ; Postmaster, Thomas D. 
Witherell. 

Lincoln. Town clerk, Isaac Houston ; First con- 
stable, Peter Johnston ; Selectmen, Isaiah Green, 
John Bush, Amasa Mathewson; Clergy, Benjamin 
jTabor, Valentine Meader, friend qua.; Physicians, B. 
Tabor, Luther M. Kent. 

Monkton. Tow^n clerk, Stodard Hollis; First con- 
stable, Alson Collins ; Selectmen, John Smith, Rus- 
sell Eastman, Lyman Smith ; Perrin Fisk, bap. 

Bentley, meth. David Ferris, reformed meth. Elijah 
Smith, univer.; Physicians, Dan Stone, George E. 
Stone, Ira Smith, Horatio A. Smith ; Postmaster, Ed- 
mund Collins. 

JS'^eichaven. Justus Pier ; First constable, Setb 
Langdon, jr. ; Selectmen, Ira Clark, Horace P. Birge, 
Silas Doud; Clergy, Joel Fisk, con. Thomas A. Car- 
penter, meth. ; Attorney, Joseph C. Bradley; Phvci- 



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^cians, Adan Hall, Levi Warner, Cullen Bullard ; Post* 
'moeters, Hubbard Cook, Lanosboro', Joseph C. Brad- 
ley, East Mills. 

Panlon. Town clerk, Jesso Grandy; First consta- 
ble, Urial Chapin ; Selectmen, Luther Grandy, Alex. 
Brush, Nathan Spalding ; Physician, Orin Smith ; 
Postmaster, Calvin Hyde. 

j Starkshoro\ Town clerk, Richard Worth ; First 
iconstuble, Theron Downey ; Selectmen, Myron Bush- 
!nell, John Hill, 3d. William Worth, 2d ; Clergy, Joel 
iBattey, friend qua. ; Physicians, Alfred Clark, Irn 
,Metcalf. Pes' master, x^ugustus White. 
j Salisbury. Town clerk, Harvey Doming; First 
constable, Levi Brig-gs, jr. Selectmen, Harvey Dem-| 
;ing, Alpheus Taylor, — - Dowd ; Attorney, Ebonozer 

!N. Briggs; Physicians, Washington Miller, Fritts;;: 

Postmaster, Harvey Doming. j' 

. Shnreham. Town clerk, Levi O. Birchar':; First |: 
constable, Levi B. Harrington; Selectmen, S. H. Jen-| 
ison, Kent Wright, Isaac Chipman ; Clergy, Danielj 
O. Morton, con. Henry Green, Amzi Jones, bap. Kit-' 
tredge Haven, univer. ; Attornies, Udney PL Everest,; 
jSamuel PL Holley ; Phvsicians, Nicanor Needham, E.I 

E. Blinn, Caleb Hiil, " Hitclicock ; Postmaster,! 

jDavid Hill. j 

f^ergenncs. Tovv^n clerk, William Burritt, First 
constable, Wm. Joslin; Common-council, Bonaj. Web-!: 
ster, Samuel Willson, Elliot Sherrill ; Clergy, Alex-|; 
ander Lovell, con. Luther Chamberlain, meth. ; At-, 
tornies, P'noch D. Woodbridge, Noah Hawley, Na- 
than Plaskins, William P. Brovv'n, Pliilip C. Tucker ; 
Physicians, Ebenezer Huntington, Dan C, Stonc'Dud-i 
ley'C. Waller, Edwin F. Plopkins ; Postmaster, V/ill-^ 
iam R. Bixby. j 

T'Feijbriche. Town clerk, Elijah G. Drake ; Firsl ! 
constable, Lauren Drake ; Selectmen, Joseph Play-' 
ward, Ascph Drake, Benj. Wales; Clergy, Bowmanl 
jBrown, con. Elias PLirlbut, bap. ; Phy.?ician, Z. Sliaw.'j 
I Wallham. Town clerk, Geo. Fisher; Firit consta-{ 
jble, John D. Barton, Selectmen, William Barton^ Geo.; 
Fiekh Chester Ward. i 



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Whitini^. Town clerk, Isaac Ives; First conslable, 
John Branch, jr.; Selectmen, Linus Needharn, KSarauel 
Walker, Calvin Hubbard; Physician, Isaac Ives; 
Postmaster. Simeon Tufts, 

RUTLAND COUNTY. 

Benson. Town clerk, John Kellogg. First consta- 
ble, Edward H. Barber. Selectmen, Salmon P. Abel, 
John Dickinson, C. R. Walker. Clergy, Daniel D 
Francis, Dan Kent, cong. John S. Carter, f. bap. At- 
tornies, John Kellogg, Ira Harmon, and Marshal R. 
AJeacham. Physicians, Selh Ransom, Abijah H. 
Howard, R. P. Cooley. Postmaster, C. B-. Walker. 

Brandon. Town clerk, Barzilla Davenport. First 
constable, Warner C. Carr. Selectmen, John Co. 
riant, Harvy Hall, Edward Jackson. Clergy, Wm. 

Hutchinson, bap. Ingraham, cong. Attornies, 

A. W. Broughton, Barzilla Davenport, Ezra June, 
Physiciins, J. F. Meriam, Luke Hale, jr. Gerry Ross, 
J. W. Hale. Postmaster, Seth Keeler. 

Castleton. Town clerk, Josiah G. Harris; First 
constable; Theodore King, jr. : Selectmen, Reuben 
Moulton, John Mason, Ezekiel Buel; Clergy, Joseph 

Steele, con. Crawford, meth. ; Attornies, S. H. 

Merrill, B. F. Langdon, Zimri Howe; Physicians, 
Theodore Woodward, Jonathan Woodward, Joseph 
Perkins ; Postmaster, Samuel Moulton. 

Chittenden. Town clerk, Moses Randal ; First con- 
stable, Tiiomas A. Manley ; Selectmen, John Wood- 
bury, Roger Ladd, Thomas Perigo. 

Clarendon. Town clerk, Silas W. Hodges; First 
constable, Ozial H. Round ; Selectmen, Horatio Beal, 
George Round, William Crosman, Green Arnold, Hi- 
ram B. Colvin ; Cleriry, John Peck, bap. ; Physicians, 
Silas Bowen, Jona. Shaw; Postmaster, Caleb Hall. 

Danhy. Town clerk, John Vail ; First constable, 
fJarvey Norris ; Selectmen, Ira Edmunds, John C. 
White, Caleb ISiorris, 2d. ; Physicians, Harris Otis, 
Abraham Locke, Eli Earned, Ira M. Frazier; Post- 
master, Adan H. Greene. 

Fairhaven. Town clerk, Tilly Gilbert. First con- 
stable. Sullivan R- KeJsey. Selectmen, Heman Stan- 



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;nrd, Harvey Howar-J, Oliver Kidder. Clergy, Amos 
Drury, con. 'Attorney, Wm. C. Kittredge. Piiysicians 
iildward Lewis, Israel Putnam. Postmaster, William 
C. Kittredge. 

Huhhardton. Town clerk, James Flagg. First 

nconstable, Seth St. John, jr. Selectmen, Horatio Bar- 

'')er, Abraham Ressequie, Zobina Thomas. Clergy, 

[loratio Flagg, cong. Wm. Wheat, bap. Physicians. 

Houghton. Postmaster, Ebenezcr B. Dewey. 

ha. Town clerk, John Mason. First constable, 
Abel Thornton. Selectmen, Thomas C. Newton, Jer- 
■miah Thornton, Whipple Martin. Clergy, Artemas 
Arnold, hap. Postmaster, Daniel Graves, jr. 

Middletovm. T. clerk, Eliakim Paul. 1st constable, 

: J. Harrington. Selectmen, Jonathan Morgan, Allen 

Vail, Micah Vail. Clergy, Henry Bigelow, cong. 

Reynolds, bap. Attornies, Jonas Clark, Orson 

Clark. Physicians, Eliakim Paul, Alva Paul. Post- 
master, Henry Bigelow. 

Mendon. T. cle'rk, Nathan Fisher. First Constable, 
Roswell Gibson. Selectmen, Nathan Fisher, Timothy 
Gibson, Olivet Ford. 

MoiintkoUy. Town clerk, Daniel Packer. First 
constable, Harcwell Bent. Selectmen, Marvel John- 
son, Jacob Pingrey, Obed B. Dickerman. Clergy, 
Daniel Packer, bap. Jerial Andrews, meth. Physi- 
cians, Oliver Garnsey, Sylvester Grenell, John Crow- 
ley, jr. PostRiaster, Hiram Dickerman. 

Orwell. Town clerk, Ira Smith, 2d. First consta- 
olc. Bishop Bottum. Selectmen, Israel Smith, Asahel 
Scove!, Daniel M. Cook. Clergy, Sherman Kellogg, 

cong. Physicians, Earl Cushman, Gale, Joel 

Barber. Poss master, Ira Smith, 2d. 

Pawlet. Town clerk, Elisha Allen ; First constable, 
Robert 11. Smith ; Selectmen, Joel Simonds, Milton 
Brown, Oliver Hanks ; Clergy, Fayette Shipherd, con. 

[saac Beal, bap. Field, meth.; Attorney, Nalhl. 

Harmon ; Physicians, Oliver L. Harmon, Samuel Pot- 
ter, John Sargcatitjjr. Warren Sargeant ; Postmas- 
'cr, Horace CTark 

PitUford. T. clerk, S. H. Kellogg, ist con Jeffrey 



Barnes. S sleet. Jos. Barnes, John Simunds, Thos. F. 

iBooge. Clergy, Willard Childs, cong. Green, 

bap. Attornies, Gordon Newell, John Pierpoint, John 
N'ewell. Physicians, Kernel Winslovv, Peleg Barlow, 
A. G. Dana. Postmaster, Elijah Brown. 

PitUJield. Town clerk, Wra. R. Blossom ; First 
constable, Job M. Fuller; Selectmen, Joel Durkee, 
Sraslus Holt, Calvin Joyslin ; Clergy, Justin Parsons, 
Icon. ; Physician,|Levi Rix; P. master, Daniel Bowe. 

PouUneij. Town clerk, Henry G. Neal ; First con- 
'stable, Harvey C. Pond; Selectmen, Wm. L. Farn- 
im, James Richardson, Calvin Mallory ; Clergy, Syl- 
vester Cochran, con. Eli B. Smith, bap. ; Attornies, 
R. C. Mallory, Almon Warner, Moses G. Noys, Jas. 
T. Harris; Physicians, Adiaa Kcndrick, Stephen 
jBrownson, Ezekiel Porter ; Postmasters, Harris Hos- 
ford, East Poultney, Henry Stanley, West Poultney. 

Rutland. Town clerk, Ambrose L. Brown ; First 
constable, Abner Mead ; Selectmen, Samuel Griggs, 
jJonathan Dike, jr. David Morgan. Rodney C. Royce ; 
Ckrgy, Charles Walker, con. Hadley Proctor, bap. 
Lewis Tilden, con. ; Attornies, Charles K. Williams, 
Moses Strong, William Page, Nathan Osgood, Jesse 
Gove, Ambrose L. Brown, Rodney C. Royce, Silas| 
H. Hodges, Edgar L. Ormsbee, Reuben R. Thrall, 
Robert Temple, Robert Pierpoint, Royal H. Waller, 
Hosea Powers; Physicians, Joel Green, John Cleave- 
laiid, James Porter, Horace Green. Lorenzo Sheldon; 
Postmasters, Royal H. Waller, Rutland, H. Green, 
West Rutland. 

Sherburne. Town clerk, Noah Johnson ; First con- 
stable, Charles ShedJ ; Selectmen, Richard Esta- 
brooks, jr. Spencer Bennett, Silas Colton; Clergy, 
Noah Johnson, chr. ; Postmaster, Cepiias Wood. 

Sudbury. Town clerk, Joseph Warner ; Fir^t con- 
stable, Warren Gray; Selectmen, Bernard Ketchum, 
Peter Reynolds, David Layton ; Clergy, James Buck- 
nal, con. ; Physicians, Charles W. Horton, Solomon 
P. Dier; Postmaster, Hiram Warner. 

Tinraouih. Town clerk, George Capron ; First con- 
stable, Eliada Cranston ; Selectmen, George Capron, 



Edward Cole, Peter White; Clergy, Stephen Martin- 
dale, con.; Attorney, Obadiah Noble; Physicians, 

Theophilus Clark, Allen ; Postmaster, William 

Vauwhan. 

Walling ford. Town clerk, Howard Harris ; First 
constable, Ishani White; Selectmen, Thomas Hulett, 
Samuel M. Edgerton, Joel Constantine ; Clergy, Jo- 
:=;eph Packer, Page, bops. Chander Walker, Dan- 
iel Vaughan, meths. ;°Attornies, Abial Child, Harvey 
Button; Physicians, John Fox, David Holden, Joseph 
Randall; Postmaster, John Ives. 

Wells. Town clerk, Ansel Goodspeed ; First con- 
stable, Allen Grover; Selectmen, John Pray, Joseph 
Park, David B. Lewis; Clergy, Shubel Lamb, meth.; 
Physician, Joseph Munson ; Postmaster, Wm. Semple. 

W^esthaven. Town clerk, Artemas Wyman ; First 
constable, Valday Gleason ; Selectmen, Som. Adams, 
Oliver Hitchcock, Olin Church ; Clergy, R. Sawyer, 
bap.; Physician, Gilbert Spooner; Postmaster, Apol- 
los Smith. 

ORANGE COUNTY. 

Bradford. Town clerk, Andrew B. Peters; First 
constable, William Barker ; StJectmen, Richard Al- 
Irich, Moses Chamberlin, Ellis Bliss; Clergy, Silas 
iM'Keen, con. Joseph Clark, jr. meth. ; Attornics, Mo- 
ses Chase, Jesse Merrill 2d. Seth Austin; Physicians, 
John Pool, Wm. Martin ; Postmaster^ Alfred Corliss. 

BraintrcB. Town clerk, Ammi Nichols; First con- 
table, Joseph Riford; Selectmen, Josiah Tilson, Dan. 
Wait, jr. Jabez Smith; Clergy, Ammi Nichols, con. ; 
Physicians, Samuel Craig, Joseph Dubois, Samuel W. 
Thayer. 

Brooicfield. Town clerk, Seth G. Bigelow; First 
constable, Samuel Freeman, jr. ; Selectmen, Salmon 
Edson, Homer Hatch, Sylvester Griswold ; Clergy, 
Daniel Weld, con. ; Physicians, Walter Burnham, 
Daniel Wasiiburn; Postmasters, John Smith, Brook- 
deld, Philip Davis, East Brookfield. 

Chelsea. Town clerk, John W. Smith; First con- 
stable, H. p]. G. M'J^aughlin; Selectmen, Wilder 
Dearborn, David Goodwin, Asahel Bliss ; Clergy. 



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Calvin Noble, con. ScoU, inetii. ; Altornies, D. 

Azro A. Buck, Thomas Jones, Jason Steele, John W. 
Smith; Physicians, Thomas Winslow, John M'Clure, 
Chester Thomas; Postmaster, John Stearns. 

Corinth. Tov/n clerk, Samuel Hazeltine; First 
constable, George Sleeper ; Selectmen. Richard Saw- 
yer, Amos C. Tenney, John Merrill; Clergy, — — 
Bagler, con. Nathaniel Bowles, bap. Zacheus Wells, 
chr. ; Attorney, William Spencer; Physicians, Joshua 

Tenney, E. Smith, John Roby, 2d. Carpenter; 

Postmaster, Theodore Cook. 

Fairlee. Town clerk, Grant Smith ; First consta- 
ble, George W. Brown ; Selectmen, Thomas Stratton, 
[saac Farringion, John Putnam, jr. ; Attornies, Moul- 
f.on S, Morey, Samuel T. Morey ; Postmaster, George 
W. Brown. 

Jfewhury. Town clerk, Isaac Bayley ; First con- 
stable, Jacob B. Stevens; Selectmen, Moody Cham- 
berlin, A. B. VV. Tenny, Samuel Gibson : Clergy, 
Schuyler Chamberlin. meth. Clark Perry, con. ; Attor- 
nies, Joseph Berry, Peter Burbank, Abel Underwood, 
J. \V. Tabor; Physicians, Enoch Thatcher, John Ste- 
vens, Wm. H. Carter, Sumuel White ; Postmaster, 
Jas. Spear, jr. Newbury, John L. Wood, Wells river. 

Qran^e. Town clerk, Tiiadeus Clapp, First con- 
stable, Nathan Foster; Selectmen, Luther Carpenter, 
David Clark, Moses Sargeant ; Clergy, Ezekiel Car- 
rier, Herschel Foster, John Baker, meths. ; Physician, 
E. M. Bill; Postmaster, David Nelson. 

Randolph. Town clerk, Lebbeus Egerton ; First 
constable, Charles Waldo ; Selectmen, Lebbeus Eger- 
ton, Bradford Story, Chauncy Hayden ; Clergy, Tilton 

Eastman, Church, con. ; Ziba Pope, fr. bap. ; 

Attornies, Wm. Nutting, Edmund Weston, William 
Hebard, J. S. Washburn ; Physicians, John Edson, 
Austin Bradford, John S. Smith, Reed Pcmber, S. S. 
Stevens, Charles Backus, Walter Carpenter ; Post- 
master, Isaac Blodgpt, centre, Benjamin Jones, Wes* 
Randolph, William Hebard, East Village. 

Strafford. Town clerk, Stephen Morrill; First 
constable, Jona. Frary ; Selectmen, Reuben Morey, 

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Roswell Frary, James Shaw ; Cler<yy, Aaron Buswe:!], 
f. vv. bap. Harvey F. Leavitt, con. Ed. B. R,ollins, chr. 
Dinsmore, nieth. ; Attorney, Daniel Cobb ; Phy- 
sicians, Albigence Pierce, SliUbael Converse, Eleazor 
jBaldwin, John Sabin ; PostmasterH, Thomas J. Harris, 
Strafford, Charles Barrett, Sonth Strafford. 

Tunhriclge. Town clerk, Chs. B. Chandler ; con- 
stable, Amos Noyes; Selectmen, J. C. Hal!, Ebo:-ie- 
izer Hacket, Holfis Hutchins; Clero-y, David H. Wii- 
iliston, con. Nathaniel Kino-, George Hackett, Thomas ; 
jMoseley, Nathan Mosely, f. bops. ; Physician, Chs. B 
Chandler, — Seavy; Postmast«^r, Chs. M. Lamb. (| 

Topsham. Town clerk, Levi Tabor ; First con.sta- | 
ble, John K. Dastin ; Selectmen, James Petre, Jona- | 
than Jenness, Samuel Bacholder ; Clergy, Eben San- j 
derson, William Sandborn ; Physiciunb-, Richard H. | 
Huntly, Israel Hinckly, Bonj. P. Smith; Postmasters J 
Israel Hinckley, George Jenness. 

Ver shire. Town clerk, Thomas Koyes; First con- 
stable, L-a Corse; Selectmen, Simeon Bacon, George 
W. Mall.b3% William Boardman ; Physicians, Ezra 

Blis»!, Xiiram Bliss, Bonnet ; Postmaster, Stephen 

F. Spencar. ^ 

TViinctmstGicn. Town clerk. James Lynde; First 
constable, Seota Simonds; Selectmen, Levi Smith, 
Jedediah Smith, EUshaGale ; Clergy, Joel Davis, con. : 
Attorney, James Lynde; Phj^sician, Z. P. Biirnham ; 
Postmasters, Elijah Paine, WilUamstown. Rodolphus 
Ainworth, East'Williamscown. 

Washinoion. Town clerk, Asa Burton : First con- 
stable, Cutting S. CaUe : Selectmen, William Hunt- 
ino-ton, Thomas Pope, Chauncey Smith : Clergy, Mo- 
ses P. Clark, con. : Physician, Jesse H. Foster : Post- 
master, Chauncey Smith. 

TVest- Fair lee. Town clerk, Elisha Tiiaycr : Iirst 
constable, Elisha Lanphear : Selectmen, Elisha Thay- 
er, Elisha May, Isaac Lyon : Physician, Altred Pix- 
ley : Z^ostmaster, Andrew B. Southworth. 

CHITTENDEN COUNTY. 

Burlington. Town clerk, Geo- Robinson; First 
constable, Phincas Atwaler ; Selectmen^. T^En- 



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glesby, Geo. Robinson, Burrill Lane ; Clergy, Reu- 
I ben Smith, con. Geo. G. ingersol, unita. ; Attornies, 
Geo. Robinson, Alvan Foote, John C, Thompson, B. 
F. Bailey, Geo. P. Marsh, Charles Russell Luman 
Foote, Henry Leavenworth, Amos Blodget, John N. 
Pomeroy, Geo. B. Sawyer, Lvman Cummings, F. G. 

Hill, SidRoy Smith, Weston, T. P. H. Lyman, 

Rodney C. Hill, Jacob Mack, Heman Allen, Wm. A. 
Griswold, Israel P, Richardson, John P. Richardson, 
Charles Adari^t^, Isaac Warner, A. W. Hyde, Andrew 
Tlionipson ; Physicians, Johri Pomeroy, Truman Pow- 
ell, Tiiomas Chamberlain, William Sweetser, Robert| 
;Moody, E. D. Harmon; Postmaster, Ephraim Mills. 

Bolton. Town clerk, Almon Whitcomb .; First non- 
stable, Almon Whitcomb ; Select. John Pineo, James 
Whitcomb, Moses L. Colton ; Postm, A. Whitcomb. 

Charlotie. Town clerk, Noble Lovely ; First con- 
stable, Birdseye Needhall ; Selectmen, William Will- 
iams, Jeremiaii Barton, Lot McNeal; Clergy, Calvin 

jYale, con. ■ Spicer, meth. ; Attornies, Wm. No- 

jblc ; Physicians, Joseph D. Farnsworth, Joel Stone, 
Harmon Hurlburt ; Postmaster, Noble Lovely. 

Colchester. Town clerk, Noah Wooicot ; First 
constable, John W. Weaver ; Selectmen, Daniel P. 
Adams. John Lyor., U. H. Punniman ; Clergy, Phin- 
hh9rs Colrei', bap. 

Essex. Town clerk, Am-asa Briant ; "First consta- 
ble, David Kellogg, Selectnien, Roswell Butler, By- 
ram Stevens, Noah Tyler; Clergy, Amasa Stuart, con. i 
Chester Ingram, bap= Attorney, David B. Webster; 
Physicians, Truman Powell, Mason Mead; Postmas- 
ter, Albert Stevens. 

Hiaeshurgh. To v/n clerk, ErastusBostwick ; First 
constable, Nathaniel Miles; Selectmen, N.Leaven- 
worth, Naluim Peck, John Morton; Clergy, E. E. 

Griswold, moth. O. S. Hoyt, con. Parr, bap. ; 

Attornies, J. M. Eldredge, Nahum Peck; Physicians. 
Daniel Goodyear, D. E. Deming, T. L. Beach ; Post- 
master, Thomas \V. Gibb. 

Hwitington. Town clerk, James Ambler, jr. ; First 
constable, J. Judson; Selectmen, Jeremiaii Remington, 



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John Snyder, Nathaniel Norton; Clergji Chs. Bowles, 
Orange Dike, Josiah Wetherby, f. bap. ; Physicians, 
Matthew Cole, Enoch A. Smith ; Poatraaster, Alexan- 
der Ferguson. 

Jericho. Town clerk, Thomas Repd ; First consta- 
ble, George B. Oaks ; Selectmen, Wm. A. Prentiss, 
Luther Brown, Harvey Field; Clergy, Joseph M. 
Graves, bap. Henry Smith, con. ; Attorney, George 
F. Porter; Physicians, George Howe, Jamin Hanible- 
ton, Hosea Bliss ; Postmaster, Frederick Fletcher. 

Mansfield. Town clerk, Nathaniel Butts; First 
constable, Benjamin Holmes; Selectmen, Benjamin 
Holmes, Cyrus Hadley, Clark Pettingill. 

J\IiUon. Town clerk, Gideon Hoxie; First consta- 
ble, J. M. Dewey ; Selectmen, L. B. Piatt, Elijah 
Herrick, A. Ladd ; Clergy, — — Robinson, con. ; At- 
tornies, A. G. Whittimore, W. Hoxsie,B. H. Wilson; 
Physicians, J. P. Carpenter, C. Doming, D. H. Onion, 
Fairchilds, J. B. Carpenter; Postm., L. Burgess. 

Richmond, Town clerk, Charles Farnsworth ; First 
constable, Samuel Whipple; Selectmen, Artemas 
Flagg, Eli Brownson, Thomas Kimball; Attorney, W. 
P. Briggs ; Physicians, Seth Cole, Reuben Nimes ^ 
Postmaster, Benjamin Bishop, 

Shelburn. Town clerk, Levi Comatoclj ; First con- 
stable, Jonathan Lyon, Selectmen, Nathaniel Gage, 
John Tabor, Levi Comslock, jun. ; Clergy, L<iuis Mc 
Donough, epis. Truman S-ymour, meth. Nathaniel 
Gager, reformed rneth ; Physician, Joel Fairchild, jr.; 
Postmaster, Garrad Burritt. 

St. George. Town clerk, Horace Ferris ; First 
constable, Giles Hinsdell : Selectmen, Lewis Higbee, 
Reuben Lockwood, Horace Ferris. 

Willist&n. Tcwn clerk, George B. Mansur: First 
constable, Nathaniel Parker ; Selectmen, Truman 
Chittenden, Zadock Colman, Nathan Stearnes: Cler- 
gy, Josiah F. Goodhue, con. Calvin Shavi^, christian, 
Joseph Bradley, univ. : Attornies, Chauncey Brown- 
ell, George B. Mansur, David French : Physicians, 
Whipple Spooner, Ansel Bray : Postm. H. Nichols. 

UnderhilL Town clerk, John H. Tower: First 



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<;onstab]o, racnry Gakes: Selectosen, John Storey, Ed ^ 
ward Day, Hawlfjy Naramoil : Clerg-y, Phinehnt 
Kingsley, con.: Physician, Leonard Barton: Post- 
uiaster, Hcuvy Oakes. i 

; WASIITNGTO]^ COUN'TY". 

Eirre. Town clerk, Joseph Ripley. First consta- 
ble, Otis Peck. Selectmen, John Thwhig, Joseph 
Wh.eeteii, Joseph D. Harrington. Clergy, J. W. 

French, con. Scarrett, rneth. J. E. Palm'er, TIios. | 

i3rowiiing-, univer. Attornies, Denison Smith, Li]ciue|| 
3. Peck, iVewail Kinsman, Charles Robinson, Step!jon|i 
Freeman. Physiciaiis, Robert Paddock, Seth Field.i| 
-Lyrnan Paddock, Miner Y. Tyrrill. Postmasters, Jas.| 
Hale, Barre, Waller CluuTy, South Barre. ji 

j Berlin. -Town clerk, Abel Knapp: First constable,'! 
;Saml. Jones: Selectmen, Jabcz Eliis, Ezekiel Smith ::| 
Ciero-y, D ivid S'.ickney : Physicians, John Winalow,'| 

' •Smith: Postmaster, Israel Dewey. 'f 

' Calais. Town clerk, Gideon Hicks. First consta-i 
;b]e. Perry Marsh. Selectmen, Alanson Pierce, Jesse|| 
■ VVliito, Jamns Hail. Clergy, Befij. Page, christian.!! 
Attorney, Shubael Wheeler. Physicians, Charles,| 
^Clark, Asa G>jorge. Postmaster, Gideon Wheelock,:! 
Calais, Asa Alden, E. Calais. ;! 

j Duxbury. Towii clerk, Ira Arms. First constablcJ^ 
-Gihnan Hnn'ley. Selectnjen, Calvin Huntley, Sam'i.;| 
■C. Turner, John Montgomery. Clercry, Calvm Hant-I 
:ov, Nathan Ilnntley, Isaiah Huntlev, bap. AtLornev.i'j 
Roo-er G. Bulkley.' ' ' ii 

Eh.nore. Town clerk, Martin Elmore. First con 
stable, Samuel Smith. Selectmen, Jesse Elmore, Pe-1 
leg Scof.eld, George W. Bailey. Physician, Joel.G.f 
Camp. -Postmaster, Abel Camp. ! 

Fiiyslon. Town clerk, Peter Drew. First consta- 
ble, Wm. Sherman. Selectmen, Merrill Tyler, El;] 
Bruce, Jacob Eoyce. j 

I JSiorttown. 1'own clerk, Ebenezer Jolinson. Firsij 
'constable, Levi Spalding. Selectmen, Abnor Chdd.i| 
■;\Vdliam Harris, Lasel Silsbec, jr. Clergy, Asiieij| 
iSailth, mcih. Physicians, Stephen Fierce, Le.stei^ 
Kingsiey. Postmaster, Ira Carpenter. i| 



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Marshjield. Town clerk, Jacob Putnam. First 
constable, Wm. Martin. Selectmen, Stephen Pitkin, 
Jcsiah HoUister, Aaron Bullock. Clergy, John Cap- 
ron, f. bap. Postmaster, J. B. Kimball. 

Mont2)elier. Town clerk, Joseph Wing. First 
constable,William Billings. Selectmen, Araunah Wa- 
terman, Samuel Templeton, Apollos Metcalf. Cler- 
gy, Chester Wright, con. Joel Templeton, meth. 
Samuel Parkjer, bap. Attornies, Nicholas Baylies, 
Samuel Prentiss, Cyrus Ware, Jeduthun Loomis, 
Timothy Merrill, Wm. Upham, Thomas Reed, jr. H. 
H. Reed, Azel Spalding, A .Loomis, O. K. Sumh, I). 
P. Thompson, C. J. Keith, Samuel B. Prentiss, Seth 
Cushman. Physicians, Edward Lamb, James Spal- 
ding, J. Y. Dewey, N. C. King. Postmasters, G. W. 
Hill, Montpelier Vil. Merrill Williams, E. Montpelier. 

Middlesex. Town clerk, Horace Holden. First 
constable, Luther Farrar. Selectmen, John Vincent, 
Horace Holden, Lucius Houghton. Clergy, Eeuja. 
Chatterton, f. bap. Piiysician, Samuel Fifield. Post- 
master, Moses L. Hart. 

JVorthJield. Town clerk, Elijah Smith, jr. First 
constable, Roswell Dewey. Selectmen, Charles 
Paine, Joel Brown, Jesse Avcrill. Clergy, J. Nason, 
J. Winch, meth. Attorney, John L. Buck. Pl)3"sicians. 
Benj. Porter, John Work. PosLmaster, Oliver Lea- 
vitt. 

Plainjield. Town clerk. Silas Williams, jr. First 
constable, Nathaniel Bancroft. Selectmen, Jabez L. 
Carpenter, Jeremy Stone, Jonathan Houghton, jr. 
Clergy, Joseph Thatcher, con. Philip Wheeler, bap. 
Physicians, Nath'l. Bancroft, Amherst Sirnonds, Eb- 
enezer Conant. Postmaster, Nathaniel Bancroft. 

Roxhury. Town clerk, Samuel M. Orcutt. First 
constable, Allen Spalding. Selectmen, Samuel M. Or- 
cutt, James Burnham, Nathan Mo;-se. Clergy, 

Swaney. Physicians, Ira Hunter, Henry Boyce. 
Postmaster, John M. Spalding. 

Stow. T. clerk, Riverius Camp, 1st con. Wn\> Ray- 
mond, Selectmen, Elisha Cady, Peter C. Lovejoy, 
Joseph Savage. Clergy, O. JV. Martin, Seth Allen 



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chr. Sampson, con. Stewart, meth. Attornies 

O. TF. Butler. Physicians, T. B. Downer, Jos. Robin- 
son, Cliarles C. Arms, C. 7F. Martin. Postmas- 
ter, Riverius Camp. 

Warren. Town clerk, Sylvanus Paine. First con- 
stable, Oiamel J'Filliaras. Selectmen, Joseph A. Cur- 
tis, Tehan Rising-, Ashbel Miner. Clergy. Nathaniel] 
W. Stearns, meth. Daniel Robinson, bap. Physician, 
jHenry B. Peabody. Postmaster, J. W. Eldndge. 
i Wailsjidd. Town clerk. Lewis Holden. First consta- 
ble, F. 'V. Miner. Selectmen, John Campbell. Robert 

Cuik, Jenisou Jones; Clergy, Healh,meth. Physicians 

\Vm. Joslyn, Orange Smith, David C. Joslyn, Postmas 
iter, Roderick Pwichardson, jr. 

Watcrbury. Town clerk, Paul Dillingham, jr. Firsi 
constable, E. S. Newcomb. Selectmen, Luther Cleaves, 
Paul Dillingham, jr. Leslie Gragg. Clergy, Daniel War- 
ren, con. Ezra Butler, bap. Samuel Lord, f. bap. Attor- 
nies, Dan Ciirpeuter, H. F.Janes, Paul Dillingham, jr. 
Physiciaus, O. \V. Drew, H. H. Basford. Postmaster, H. 
F. Janes. 

JVorcesler. Town clerk, Nathan Adams. First consta- 
ble, Rufus Reed, jr. Selectmen, Nathan Adams, Samuel 
Andrev/5, A. J. x-\bbolt. Physician, James S. Skinner. 
Postmaster, Amos Rice, jr. 

CALEDOMA COUNTY. 

Barnet. Town clerk, John Shaw ; First constable, 
Silas Kelley: Selectmen, William Gilkerson, Claud 
Harvey, Silas Harvey: Clergy, Thomas Goodwillie, 

pres. Goven, con. Silas Davison, bap. : Attornies, 

xMordecai Hale, Sam. A. Chandler: Physicians, John 
M'Nnbb, Jona. F. Skinner, Kendal: Postmas- 
ters, Elijah M. Davis, Barnet, James H. Howe, M'ln- 
does' Falls. 

Burke. Town clerk, Asahel Burrington: First con- 
itable, Daniel Beckwith: Selectmen, Rutus Newell, 
A.llen Coe, Lucius Dennison ; Citrgy, Abel Bugbee, f. 
bap. Dan. Wellman, restcrationer; Physicians, Abel 
Brown, Selim Newell : Postmaster, Asahel Burring- 
ton. 

Cnhol. Town clerk, Tliomas Osgood : First consta- 
ble, Jeremiah Babcock: Selectmen, John \V. Dana,| 



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Leonard Orcutt, T. C Hull: Ciergy, Henry JonesJ 
um. David Carr, meth. : Attornics, Theron Howard :| 
Z-^hysicians, Parley Scott, Win. Pratt: PotJtmastcr.ll 
Hector M'Lean. 

GroiO?i. Town clerk, John Darling-, jr. : First con 2 
stable, JohnTaisey: {Selectmen, David Vance, Aii-l 
drew Gray, Moses Burnain: Physician, Heath. 

Hardwkk. Town clerk, Danial French ; First con 
stable, Jere. S. Philbrook. Selectmen, Orra Crosby, 
Asaiiel Goodridge, Russel Bridgonian : Cleroy, Ania-'| 
;-iah Chandler, con. : Attornies, B. N. Davie," S. \V.| 
Cooper, J. Farnam: Physicians, Aaron Smith, N. B.| 

Spaulding, Bliss: Postmasters, Lewis H. Dcla " 

iia, D. G. Hopkins, Lamoille Village. 

Kirhy. Town clerk, James Cliurch : First consta , 
bie, Oren Carpenter : Selectmen, Josiah Joslin, Merrii [ 
Newell, Daniel Lamed: Clergy, Luther VVood, conjl 

Lijndon. Town clerk, EliasBemiss: Firsi. consta-j^ 
ectrnen, Stephen M'Gafi^ 



ble, Aaron (^uimby, jr. . ., ^ . 

r'ey, Welcome Eerniss, Philip Gcss: Clergy, Samue,j| 

G. Tenney, con. Perkins, n)cth. Daniel' Qniniby.j| 

Mark Hill, f. bap. : A.ttornies, Isaac Fletcher, George || 
G. Gaboon: Physicians, Phin-shas Spalding, HubbardI 
Field, Freedom Dinsmoore: Postmasters, Enajjhrodi- 
ius Chase, Elias Eemiss, centre, p. o. 

JWioark. Town ch'rk, Philemon Hartwell : Firsi 
constable, Benjamin V/orcester: Selectmen, Elcaz'M- 
Z-'acker, Philemon Hartwen. John Sleeper. 

Ryegate. Tcvvo clerk. Win. Gray: First consta- 
ble, John B. Whitelaw : Selectmen, Archibald Park, 
Jas. Neilson, jr. John Cameron : Clergy, Jas. Liilii 
yan, William Pringle, nres. : Pliysician, Eli Perry : 
Postmaster, Alexander Harvey. 

St. Jolmshury, Town clerk, Jery Dickc'rman : Firsi 
constable, Salmon Whcaton: Selectmen, Sam. French, 
Abel Butler, David Goss, jr. : Clergy, James Johnson, 
con. : Attornies, Joseph P. Fairbanks, Eph. Paddock : 
Fliysicians, Morrill Stevens, Jery Dickerrnan, Benaiali 
.Sandborn: Postmasters, J. P. I'airbanks, plain, Hor- 
|ice Evens, St. Johnsbiiry. 
I Shcfjield. Town clerk, Stephen Drown : First con- 



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table, Marstin M. Miles : Selectmen, Joseph H. Iii- 
galls, King Hill, James Tovvnsend : JPostmaster, Jo- 

eph H. Inofalls. 

Sutton. Town clerk, Jacob C. Morrill : First con- 
stable, George TF. Brockvvay : Selectmen, TFilliam 
Brock^''ay, ^Fells ?Fay, Andrew Brown: Clergy, Jon- 
athan JFbodman, f. bap. Eleazer Smith, meth. : Phy- 
sician, J. C. Morrill: Postmaster, John Beckwiih. 

Walden. Town clerk, Daniel ?Fboster : First con- 
f;table, Tim. Edwards, jr. : Selectmen, Daniel Woos- 
tor, Simeon Farnsworth, Merrill Foster: Attorney, 
James Bell : Postmaster, Tiiomas TV. Vmcent. 

JVaterford. Town clerk, Sylvanus Hemmingway : 
First constable, George Alexander : Selectmen, Otis 
Balbu, Royal Ross, Zenas Wood: Clergy, Th. Plall, 
con.: Attornies, J. D. Stoddard, Azor Wetherbse: 
Physicians, Ralph Bugbee, Richard F. Roweli: Post- 
master, E. C. Parks, Nathaniel Bishop. 

Wheelock. Town clerk, JosiahLane: First con- 
stable, James Roberts, jr. : Selectmen, Abner Morrill, 
David Darling, Sewell Bradley : Clergy, Shubael Bos- 
ton, f. bap, : Physician, Fred. Leavenworth: Post- 

naster, Elijah Batrjey. 

Woodbury. Town clerk, Jabcz Town : First con- 
stable, Joel Cilley: Selbctmen, Ebcnezer Bruce, Ben- 
jamin Fowler, James l^f'iiecler: Clergy, Gideon Sa- 
bin: Postmaster, Daniel Poor. 

ORLEA>"3 COFNTT. 

Alhar.y. Town clerk, Elias W. Kellogg ; First consta- 
ble, Joseph B. Chamber] in ; Selectmen, Rufus B. Harvey. 
Chester Tenney, Wella Allen ; Clerg-y, E. VV. Kellogg, 
coti. ; Postmasters, Dyer Bill, Daniel Beady. 

Barton, Tov.'n clerk,' John Kimball ; First constable, 
Daniel Smith ; Selectmen, John Kimball, Jonathan Rob- 
inson, Richard Newton, jr.; Clergy, Thos. Simpson, con.; 
\ttornies, John II. Kimball, George M. Mason; Physi- 
cian, Frederic W. Adams ; Postmaster, Alba C. Allyn. 

Brownington. Town clerk, Elijah Sti'ong •, Fir?t con- 
stable, Cyrus Eaton ; Selectmen, George C. West, Jasper 
Robinson, Silas Brigham ; Clergy, Alexander L. Twilight, 
con. ; Attorn3y, George C. West; Physician, James R. 
Grow; Postmaster, Silas Brigham. 



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Charleston, Towri clerk, Jouaa Allen ; First CDiista- 
ble, Ezra Brighasi ; Selectmen, Fhinehas Uti'lerwood, 
J>uniel Meud, Amos Purlin ; Clergy, Jonas Allen, lioj'al 
G3p:e, ; Physi-ciun, Andrew Spalding;, 

Coventry. Towu clerk, Elijah Cloavland ; First cmi- 
stable, Silas Sears; Selectmen, Ars^alns Harmon, Thomas 
Baldwin, David Huggins; Clergy, R. A. Watkiu?, con. 
John Ide, bap. ; Attorney, Chs. Story; Physicians, Henry 
Hewitt, Samuels. Kendal ; Postmaster, Lcrin^ Frost. 

Derb§. Town clerk, Lemuel Richmond; First con- 
stable, Elisha Jenne; Selectmen, Benjamin Hinman, Ja- 
cob Bates, Jeremiah Glines ; Clergy, George B. Ide, bap.; 
\ttornies, David M. Camp, Lewis iVlarsh, Isaac F. Red- 
iAeld, Myron Leslie ; physicians, Luther Newcomb, IVloses 
T. Colby, Lemuel Richmond ; Postuiiisters, Nehcmiuh 
Colby, Myron Leslie, Line p. e. 

Eden, 'j^owu clerk, Jonas Stone ; First nonstable, Lu- 
ther H. Brown; Selectmen, Eli Hinds, ir. John Brown, 
(Clark Fjsk; Physician, William C. Atw'elL 
Glover. Town clerlr, Charles Hardy. First consta- 
ble, John T. Smith. Selectmen, Sclomon Dwinnell, John 
Sartwell, S. T. Shaw. Clergy, Reuben Mason, con. Phys- 
ician, Daniel Bates. Postmaster, Dan Gray. 

Gret?isboro''. Town clerk, Reuben Stone. First con- 
Istable, Aaroii Walker. S^ilectmen, Willard Lincoln, Ste- 
j phcn Sherman, Ezekiel Pcand, Clergy, Marvin Grow, 
bap. Physician, Ed. Clark. Postmaster, Jabez Pinney. 

Holland. Town cle.Jc, Isaiah Emerson. First consta- 
ble, J. C. Robinson. Selectmen, Truman Fairchild, jr. 
John Mead, Ezra Hinman, Clei'g'v% Isaiah Emerson, meth. 

Hj/dcpark. Tov/n clerk, I'heoph. W. Filch. First 
constable, James Tob}'. Selectmen, Henry Lattimer, Da- 
vid ClemoDS. Clergy, John Aicott, Jabez Newland, chris. 
lian, David demons, moth. Attornies, Joshua Sawyer, 
George H. Prentiss, i'hysician, Ariel Huntou. Postmas- 
ter, James Toby. 

Iraslmrgh. Town clerk, Thomas Ja.mefon. First 
constable, Nathan B. Dodge. Selectmen, Benjamin Mar- 
ly, E. fL Starkweather, James Harlow, jr. Clergy, Otis 

F. Curtis, con. Elisha Scott, Smith. Attornies, E. 

tl. Starkweather, — — Cooper. Physician, L. W. Cur- 
tis. Postmaster, George Nyo. 
Jay. Town clerk. Abner Whittier. First constable, 



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Alanson Sanborn. Selectmen, Madison Keith, Eli Hunt 

[Abn(?r Whittier. 

KtUxivale. To'wn clerk, Abel Curtfs. First con-table, 
James O. Caldwell. Selectmen, John Hardins: Jame? 
O. Cnldwel], Elijah Buxton. Postmaster, Abel Curtis. 

Mon istown. Town clerk, Deni?on Cook. First con- 
stable, Chester Cook. Selectmen, Erastus Eaton. Hi-j 
:ram Bingham, Georg^e Small. Attornie?, Samuel Wil- ; 
'ard, Charles Meisrs. Physicians, James Tinker, Alinarin ; 
'Pinker. Postmaster, James Tinker. i 

! Js'eivport. Town clerk. Seymour Lane. First constable, ' 
Jonathan Frost. Selectmen, Samuel Warner, Lucius Car-j 
'penter, Peter Wheelock. Clergy, Harvey CUrk, bap. I 
I Salem. Town clerk, Samuel Blake. First constable, ■ 
Calvin S. Grow. Selectmen, Nathaniel Cobb, Moses j 
Tike, John Wilson. j 

Troy. Town clerk, John Flint, 2nd. First constable,! 
Frederick C. Fuller. Selectmen, Samuel IL Hovey, F. i 
Fuller, Ralph Chamberlain. Clergy, Nathan IL Down?, | 
bap. Attornies, U. C. Flatch, Samuel Samnor. Phvsician,' 

D. H. Bard. Postmaster, Ezra Sanger, Troy,"D. H. j 
Bard, ?\orth Trov. j 

JVeslJield. Town clerk, Th. Hitchcock. 1st con. Luke \ 
Miller. Selectmen, B Burrows, Heber Hitchcock, Lu- 
ther Page. Clergy, Silas Lamb, con. Physicians, Hen-! 
ty Corey, Guy Stoughton. Postm. Henry Ptichardson. | 

JVolcott. Town clerk, Jesse Whitney. First consta- 
i)lo, Jonathan Sortith. Selectmen, Nathaniel Jones, Jona. 
.Smilh, Jesse Whitney. Clergy, Royal Haskell. Physi- 
cian, Galen Palmer, Postmaster, Jesse Whitney. 

TRANKLIX COUNTY. 

Bakersfeld. Town clerk, Silas B.Hazletine; First 
constable, Robert Dean; Selectmen, Silas Potter, Nathan! 

E. Fuller, Asa Brighara ; Attorney, Theoph. Mansfield;' 
Physicians, Amos Pearsons, Truman Houghton; Postmas- 
ter, Harry Reynolds. 

Berkshire. Town clerk, Harvey Clark ; First consta- 
ble, Ezra Wood ; Selectmen, Wm. C. Ellsworth, Crom- 
well Bowen, Nathan Hamilton ; Clergy, Phinehas Bai- 
ley, con. Pearley Hal], f. bap. ; Attorney, Joseph Smith ; 
Physicians, Samuel S. Butler, Friend M. Hall, Benjamin 

B. Searle, Page, Wm. C. Ellsworth ; Postmasters, 

Dennis Samson, E. Beikshire, P. Lanison, W. Berkshire. 



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Cambridge. Town clerk, Levi A. Carlton; First con- 
stable, John Wire; Selectmen, Lyman Wells, David 

Chadwick, Horace Read; Clergy, Ezra Fisher, bap. 

R.einslow, con. ; Attoraies, Nathaniel R.eed, jr. Levi Jos- 
ilia, Henry Stowell, Charles Cushman ; Physicians, John 

Fasset, William Page, Burrel S. Miner, Parsons; 

Postmaster, Abner Brush. 

E?iosburgh. Town clerk, Horace Eaton ; First consta- 
ble, Alvin House ; Selectmen, Jonas Boutell, Jehiel R. 
Barnum, Samuel Kendall ; Clergy, John Scott, con. IiU- 
ther Cole, bap. ; Physicians, Eliphaz Eaton, Horace Ea- 
ton ; Postmaster, Alvin House. 

Fairfield. Town clerk, Joseph Soule ; First constable, 
Joseph A. Farnsworth ; Selectmen, Joel Barber,jr. Aaron 
Burr, Harmon Northrop ; Clergy, Benj Vi ooster, con. ; 
Attorney, John Skinner ; Physicians, Chester Abies, Ches- 
ter Keyes ; Postmaster, Bradley Barlow. 

Fairfax. Town clerk, Hampton Lovegrove ; First con. 
Jas. Bellows; Selectmen, Hiram Bellows, Joseph Kings- 
bury, Ira Farnsworth ; Clergy, Elder Butler, bap. ; At- 
tornies, Homer E. Hubbell, Aaron S. Beeman ; Physi- 
cians, N. W. Perry, — — Farnsworth ; Postmaster, H. 
Lovegrove. 

Flelcher. Town clerk, Elias Blair ; First constable, 
John Kinsley, jr. ; Selectmen, Elias Blair, Jonathan Bai- 
ley, Albert Kinsley ; Clergy, Ephraim Butler, bap, ; Phy- 
sician, Sanford Emery. 

Frayiklin. Town clerk, P.S.Gates; First constable, 
Dan Rublee; Selectmen, William Felton, Paul Gates, 
Henry Bowman ; Clergy, John Spalding, bap.; Physicians, 
Z. Cushman, Enoch Pomeroy ; Postmaster, L. Cushing. 

Georgia. Town clerk, Ira Hinckley ; First constable, 
Decius R. Bogue ; Selectmen, Joshua Doane, Alanson 
Blair, Isaiah Washburn, jr. ; Clergy, Aivah Sabin, Dan- 
iel Sabin, Roswell Mears, bap. ; Physicians, Jona. Taylor, 
.\bel Blair, Horr.ee P. Blair ; Postmaster, Joshua Doane. 

Hisf'.gale. Town clerk, Jesse Carpenter ; First consta- 
ble. Clark Albee ; Selectmen, Chs. H. Jennison, Luther 
Meigs, John A. R.hodes ; Attorney, Robert L. Paddock;j 
jPhysicians, Joseph B. Cutler, Franklin Bradley, O. 5. 
jCampbell ; Postmasters, 5'lephen S. Keyes, Wait Branch, 
Powel's Falls. 

Johnson. Town clerk, Daniel Dodge ; First constable, 



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Jacob F. Hadley ; ^electnitn, Joseph Doan, Israel O. An- 
drews, Horace Da/; Clergy, Joel P. Hayford, bap. ; At- 
lornies. trastus D. Hubbell, Nicholas Baylies jr. ; Physi- 
cians, Selh Clark, John Meigs ; Postmaster, Cornelius 
Lynde, jr. 

Moiilgotncn/. Town clerk, Luther Martin ; First con- 
«table, Russei 3. Maicjr ; Selectmen, Danl. Bnrrows, John 
Johnson, Rufus Pliimiltou ; Cier2:y, Avery S. Ware, con. 
Physician, B. W. Fuller; Postmaster, John L. Clapp. 

Richford. Town clerk, John Huse; First constable, 
John Huse ; Selectmen, Jesse Woodruff. Alden Sears, Jo- 
sepli Rounds, jr. ; Clergy, William Rodgers, bap. ; Phy- 
sician, John Huse ; Postmaster, Alden Sears. 

St. Albans. To rt'n clerk, John Gates, jr. ; First con- 
:stable, Josiah iNewton ; Selectmen, John Smith, William 
H.Taylor, Eleazer Jewett ; Attornies, Asa Aldis, Bates 
I'urner, Benjamm Swift, James Davis, John Smitii, L. B. 
Hunt, Benjamin H. Smalley, Flenry Adams, Stephen S. 
Brown, Herman R. Beardsley, Orlando Stevens, Joseph 
H. Braina.-d, David Reed; Physicians, Charles Hall, 
'John L. Chandler, Isaac N. Foster; Clergy, Worthingtonj 
Smith, coa.; Sylvester Nash, Elijah E. Crane, meth.;i 
Postmaster, S. H. Barlow. | 

Skeleton. Town clerk, Samuel Wead ; First constable,! 
Thomas Marsh ; Selectmen, Levi Hapgood, Elihu Good-j 

■sell, Joel White ; Clergy, P]ard, cp. Isaac Hill, meth.; 

Attornies, J. W. Sheldon, Augustus Burt; Physicians, F. 
\V. Jadson, Gallop Grant; Postmasters, J. VV. Sheldon, 
Sheldon, Alva Fasset, East-Sheldon. 

Swanton. Town clerk, Ira A. Van Duzer; First con- 
stable, John P. La-el! ; Selectmen, Ruluff W. Green, Oli- 
ver Potter, Nahura E. Jenisonj Clergy, Eben. H. Dor- 
man, con. Phineas Culver, bap. ; Attornies, George P. 
Foster, Norman L. Whittimore, Stephen S. Brown, Lew- 
is Janes ; Physician, Whittimore; Postmaster, Ho- 

Vatio B. Farrer. 

r.SSETC COUATY. 

Brunswick. Town clerk, Thomas G. French ; First 
constable, Henry D. $choff; Selectmen, Thos G. French, 
James B. Da vns, Daniel Schofilijr. ; Clergy; Beoj. Brown, 
meth. ; Postmaster, William Marshall. 
' Canaan. Town clerk, Oliver Ingham, jr. ; First con- 
stable, Nathaniel Beech ; S<i!ectmen, Elijah Frizzle, VVil-[ 
!iam Merrill, Caleb Ingalls. 



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Concord. Town clerk, John Seaby ; First constable 
Abel Slacy ; Selectmen, Archibald Taggard, George Cut- 
ting, John Wheder, jr. ; Attorney, David Hibbard, jr. 
Physicians, John Seaby, John Wheeler, jr. ; Postmaster,! 
John Frye. j 

Granby. Town clerk. Benj. S. Clark*, First constable,! 
jGershom Carpenter ; Selectmen, Juel Basset, Elijah Ba-I 
ker, Benjamin S.Clark; Clergy, James Tisdaie, con.;; 
Postmaster, Martin Joslyn, I 

Guildhall. Town clerk, Erastus Cutler ; First consta- 
ble, Newcomb Blougett ; Selectmen, Erastus Cutler, Aseli 

B.Howe, Henry Hall; Clergy, James Tisdaie, con.; ! 

M'Coy, nieth, ; Ati«.rnies, John S. Wells, James Steele, 
George Paine; Physicians, John Deway, Walter Burn- 
Iham ; Postmaster, Seth Cushman. 

Lunenburgk. Town clerk. Stephen Howe, jr.; First 
constable, ChapinK. Brooks ; Selectmen, Steph. Howe,jr.| 
Spencer Clark, Charles Ames ; Clergy, Jeremiah Gline; 
con.; Attorney, Reuben Grout ; Ph}sicians, Daniel F,ge-t 
ry, Theroa Webb, Thomas Wright; Poitma-star, Daniel: 
Egery. 

Maidstone. Town clerk, Moody Rich; First constr.ble, 
Joseph Rich; Selectmen, Jacob Ptich, William Rich, Si- 
mon Smith, Rich Stevens, 

Minehead. Town clerk, John French ; First constable, 
Martin French ; Selectmen, Daniel Holbrook, James L. 
Brown, Gratis Spencer ; Physician, Thomas D. Lasdel ; 
Postmaster, Chauneey Curtis. 

GRAND ISLE eoUNTY. 

Alburg, Town clerk, Lewis Sowles ; First constable, 
Thomas Molt'; Selectmen, Thomas Mott, Ichabod Niles, 
George Dilienback ; Attornies, Frederick Hazen, Giles 
Harrington, Charles H. Perrigo ; Physicians, J ireh S. Ber- 
ry, Minus M'Roberts ; Postmaster, Robert Ransom. 

Grand Isle. Town clerk, James Brown ; First consta 
[ble, Jabez Ladd ; Selectmen, Stephen Pearl, Solon Tobi- 
as, Samuel Adams; Physician, Melvin Barnes; Postmas- 
ter, A. H. W, Hide; Clergy, Asa Lyon, con. 

North Hero. Town clerk, Joel Allen ; First constable 
Spelman Hagar ; Selectmen, John Squiers, Joel Allen 
Jedoditih Hagar ; Clergy, Leonard, meth, ; Physi- 
cians, Gary Whitney, Burgess; Postmaster, Abner 

Doty. 

SouthHe.ro. Town clerk. Bird Landon ; First consta 



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bis, William M. Fletcher; Selectmen, Benjamin Adams,! 
ThacUus LandoD, Ell Baraum ; Attornies, Heetor Adams ' 
Nathan Hill; Physician, Henry H. Reynolds ; Postmas 
ter, Hector Adams. 

Vineyard. Town clerk, Ira Hill ; First coastable, Am- 
asa \i. Ho'.comb ; Selectmen, William \S ait, Harry Scott, 
Jarvis Pike ; Clergv, William Wait. meth. ; Postmaster, 
Ira Hill. 



The foUoiving teas not received in seasen to insert in its 
proper place. 

Middkbury. Town clerk, Selh Storrs ; First constable 
Chester Goodrich; Selectmen, Dorastus Wooster, Hi- 
ram Mun.^er, Zacheus Bass ; Clergy, Thomas A. Merrill 
con. O. Z. Nictiols, Cyprian Gridley, metb. Silas A 
Crane, epis. ; At(ornies, Joel Doolittle, Seth Storrs, Sam 
uel S. Phelp?, Robert B. Bates, Charles Liusley, George 
Chijjman, Peter Starr, Horatio Seymour, Calvin C. Wal- 
ler, Harvey Bell, Ozias Seymour, Jedediah S. Bushnell, 
William Slade ; Physician;, William Bus?, Zacheus Bass 
Jonathan A. Allen, Oliver B. Norton, Edward Tudor, 
Ralph Gowdy ; Pastmaster, Calvin C. Waller. 



JUDICIAL. 

Thp judiciary powers of liie estate are vested in a 
Supreme Court, consisting of five justic?^, chosen ev 
ery year, by the legislature ; a Cfiunty Court, consist- 
;n<r of three justices, the chief Justice being one of the 
justices of the Supremo Court, chosen in the same 
aianner, who hold courts twice a year in their respec 
'ive counties ; and justices of the peace appointed in 

the same manner. 

SUPREJIE COURT. 
Titus HuTCHr>soN, Chjpf Justice. 
Chari.es K. Williams, 1st, ^ 
Stephen RoYCE,jr. 2nd, '.Asnslant 

Ephraim Paddock, 3d, [ Justices. 

John C. Thompson, 4th, j 

BENNINGTON COU^'TY. 

Nathan Burton, } ^ ■ , , t ,- 
Nathan H. Bottum, \ -^^^^'^"^ •^"^^^"- 



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Samuel Canfield, Sheriff. 
John Wrio-ht, High Bailiff. 
Highland Hall, State's Attorney. 
Leonard Sargeant, Judgp. of Probate for the District of 

Manchester. 
Sylvanus Danforth, Judge of Probate for the District of 
Bennington. 
John Aiken, Cyrus Munson, Aaron Baker, jail cnm- 
sioners for the district of Mancliester. 

O. C. Merrill, James Hiibbell, Aaron Robinson, 
jail commissioners for the district of Bennington. 

Peter Dudley, Samuel Tiiomas, ¥/right Spencer, 
Luman Norton, Jonathan Houghton, road commis- 
sioners. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Arlington. Sylvester Doming, Pi,euben Barney, 
Samuel Wilmot, Asahel Kurd, John Arnold, Anson 
Canfield. 

Bennington. Aaron Robinson, Wm. Henry, Daniel 
Church, Stebbins Walbndge, Uriah Edgerton, Aus- 
tin Harmon, jr. Luman Norton, O. C. Merrill, Heman 
Robinson, Stephen Dewey, Alson Squires, Joseph 
Sterrin, James Hubbell, Green Blackmer, Jonathan 
Hunt, Henry Harwood, Oliver Abel, Jacob Lyons, S. 
H. Blackmer, John VanderspeJgle, Cephas Sweet. 

Dorset. Gordon B. Southv/orth, Pv^obert Bloomer, 
Dan Kent, Darius Moore, Benjamin Ames, Azel Morse. 
Alexander Bliss. 

Rupert. Henry Sheldon, Grove Moore, David Shel- 
don, jr. Isaac Sherman, Simeon Pvisuig, jr. Shubaol 
Barden. 

Sandgate. Thomas Peck, John H. Sanderson, Ini 
Kurd. 

Sunderland. James A. Graves, Joel Kenney, Hen- 
ry Galusha. 

Peru. Francis Bennett, Josiah Barnard. Reuben 
Bigelovv, Samuel Stone. 

Winhall. Nathaniel Mellen, Reuben Brooks, Ben- 
jamin Thatcher. 

Landgrave. Asa Ulley, Abiel Evans, Gideon Da- 
vis, jr. 



j Sknftsbury. Jeremiah Malteson, Gardner Barton, 
Ijr. Nathan L. Cross, Peter Matteson, Hiram Barton, 
I'vlalachai Cox, Aar<ni Denio, jr. Jesse Blackrnsr. 
j Stamford. Otis Phillips, John L. Wilmarth, Thos. 
jBrattoii, Reuben Smith, Stephen C. Millard, Calvin 
Sampson, Joel Houghton. 

Readsboro'. Richard Carpentr;-, Plorace Thompson, 
Sr.'istus Hill), Jacob Hi^ks, Wm. Staiiord, Isaac Esty. 
Woodford. William Park, John Knapp, Arnold V/. 
Woodward, John Eals. 

Fov:nalL Sylvamis Danforth, Nathan Varin, Sam- 
lel Wrio-ht, John Mooar, Aufjustus Starkweather, 
Slijah Barber, Hunerr.an P. Blanchard, Boultwood 
\V' right, Ethan Brown, E::!nja. F. Morgan, Josiah 
Wright, Joseph Mvcrs, jr..Timo. Ware, Martm Kim- 
ball. 

Manchester. John S. Pettibone, Henry Robinson,. 

John Aiken, Gideon Burritt, William Smith, Chester 

iCIark, Loring Dean, William Benedict, James Hiok- 

)x, Ebenezer Cnamberlin, Truman Purdy, Joshua 

French, Leonard Sargeant. 

WINDKAM COUNTY. 

John Roberts, ) ^ . , . j- ,• 
T T CI. i > nJlssistant Justices. 

James L. fetaric, ^ 

Henry Smith, Skeriff. 

Otis Haven, High Bailiff. 

Alexander S. Campbell, State's Attorney. 

Samuel Elliot, Judge of Probate for the District of 

Jlarlboro\ 

Peter R. Taft, Judge of Probate for the District of 

Westminster. 

Martin Field, James Elliot, Josiah Taft, jail com 

:nis:jionens. 

Aaron Barney, Mana?.=ah Divoll, Samuel Knight, 

Amos Brown, Nathaniel Ward, road commissioners. 

JUSTICES OF TlIF, PEACE. 

Acton. Lemuel Farweli, Ebenezer HuQtington, 
Nathan Fisher. 

Athens. Abraham Bail Thaddeus Alexander Vv'ar- 
ren Tinkham, Daniel Fuller, Jona. Coltcn, Timothy 
H. \V'hirnev. 



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Brookline. Thos. Crane, William Perry, Epl 
Park, Alvin Boyden, Jacob Burditt, Edson Higgins. 

Brattleborc/. Lemuf^l VVhilney, Russell Fitch, Ste- 
phen Greenleaf, Francis Goodhue, Epaphroditus Sey 
inour, Emerson Goodenouoh, Levi Stoddard, Honr\ 
Clark, Wm. F. Hall, Joseph Goodhue, Samuel Elliot. 
David Wood, Edward Woodman, Jesse French, Will- 
iam R. Hayes, Samuel Root. 

Dover. Abnor Perry, Gardner Howe, Renbeii 
Dean. David Burr, Ebenezer Jones, Natlian Dean. 
Abraham Jones, Aaron P. Perry, William H. Hod<^ 
es, James Miner, jr. 

Dummerslon. Marshall Miller, Asa Knig-ht, Sam'L 
Knig:ht, Asa Eoydon, David Bemis, Joseph Dix, Josi 
ah Taft, Joel Chandler, Enos Leonard, AsaDutton, jr. 
Rufus Moore, Joseph Duncan. 

Grrifton. Benjamin Dvvinnell, Thaddous Taylor. 
Biirzillai Burgess, Nathan Wheeler, Artemas Spring. 
Samuel Walker. 

Guilford. Samuel Sikes, John Phelps, Ward Bul- 
lock, Isaac Brown, Dana Hyde, Benjamin W. Ste 
vens, James Noyes, Samuel Cutting, Nathan Conant. 
Barnard Lynde, Russel Hyde, Aaron Barney. 

Halifax. Darius Bullock. Asahel Ballou, Daniel 
Jones, Erastus Hall, Isaac Worden, El.'sha Hagar 
William Phnnb, Sanford Plumb. 

Jamaica. Ezra Liverniore, Timothy Goodale, Ze 
lotes vSkinner. Alpheus Kellogg, Samuel Barry, A 
mos Howard, 2d, James Brown, jr. John Kellogg, Pe- 
r.er R Taft, Natiianiel Bobbins. 

Londonderry. Tyler Tmkham, John Aiken, Law- 
rence Pierce, Thomas S- Vial, Luther Stowell, Sie- 
l[)hen Lawrence, Elisha White, Samuel Arnold. 

.Marlboro'. Jesse Cone, David Mather, Oshet 
Smith, Hubbard H. Winchester. 

JYewfane. Martin Field, Nathan Stone, W^illian 
H. Williams, Pardon T. Kimball, Paul Holland, Hen 
ry Wheelock, David Mcrrifield, Benjamin Ormsbee 
Walter Eager, Sylvanus Sherv^^in, Ebenezer Mors 
Jonathan Hall, Nahum Houghton, James Elliot, Jo 
eph Ellis, Roswell M. Field. 



U3 __^ 

; Putney. Asa Washburn, Horace Bliss, Alexan- 
der Campbell, Asa Keys, 2(1. Phinehas White, Otis 
Haven, David Crawford, Simeon Reed. 

Rockingham. Peter Wiilard, Ebenezer Locke, Al- 
exander S, Campbell, Calvin Webb, Ezekiel Weston, 
Henry Lake, jr. Solomon Wright, Horace Baxter, 
Daniel Kellogg, Jona. D. Bradley, David Chandler, 
Artemas Robbins, Hirfim Davis, Elijah Jones, Elias 
Pulcipher, John H. Campbell. 

Strntton. Abel Grout, Moses Forrister, Asa Phil- 
lips, Richard Scott. 

Somerset. Jotham Pike, Luther Alden, Hazelton* 
Rice, Elliot Morse. i 

Townshend. Charles Phelps, Chapin Hovv'ard, Ben-: 
jamin Dunklee, Waitstill R. Ranney, Evans Reed, Jo-| 
.>eph Tyler, Arad Holbrook, Dana Bailey, Lucius Dy- 
er, Joel Chamberlain, James Taggart, Epaphroditus 
Ransom, Thomas Brown, John H. Brigham, Oliver; 
Wilkinson, Caleb Garfield. 

Wardshoro\ Asa Wheelock, Pearly Fairbank,! 
Leland Fairbank. Joseph Converse, Thomas Barber, 
Peter Hammond, Stephen Warren, Silas Dexter, Adin 
Thayer, Nathaniel Ward. 

Vernon. Cyrus Washburn, Joseph Franklin, Jes- 
se Lee, Thomas Johnson, Nathan Wood. 

Westminster. Ephraim Ranny, Joseph Ranny, John 
Smith, Stephen Tuthill, Josiah'Willard, Abiaf Good- 
all, Ellery Albee. 

lVilraingto7i. Jairns Hall, Russell Fitch, John Pul- 
cipher, Charles K. Field, J^ancey Forbes, Richard 
Waste, George Breckenridge, Azor Smith, Phiio Cas-; 
lie, Ephraim Tyler. 

Windham. Richard Kelley, John Woodburn, Jas. 
White, William Harris, Zadock Sawyer, Samuel God- 
;dard, Timothy Burton, Niles Aldrich, Joseph Wood, j 

Whitingham. Amos Brown, Elisha Putnam, Na- 
than Brown, Joel B. Eames, Henry Closson. 

RUTLAKD COUNTY. 

Henrv Hod-es, ( ^3,,-,^^^^ j^,^,-,... 
John P. Colburn, ^ 

Jonathan Dyke. jr. iS/ier/^. 



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CiiauMcev Thrall, Higli Bailiff. 
S.'laii II.' Merrill, Slnie's Attorney. 
Obadiah Noble, Judge of Probate for the District of 

Rutland. 
Almon Warner, Judge of Probate for the District of 
Fairhaven. 
Robert Pierpoint, James D. Butler, William Hall, 
jail commissioners. 

Preserved Fish, Thos, Huiett, John Rugi,^les, JeF- 
se Parkhill, Elisha Ashley, road coinmissioners. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Benson. John Kelliio-g, Isaac Griswold, Isaac Nor- 
ton, Cl)anncey Smith, Jesse ParkiU, Orin Dickinspon, 
Marsliall R. Meaeham, Asa Young, Philo Wilcox, 
Samu-^1 W. Fellows. 

Brandon. David Sanderson, Ezra June, Harvey 
Hail, Richard Gilbert, Martin Carlisle, Jacob Powers, 
John Conani, Geo. Palmer, David Merriam, jr. Paul 
Spooncr, jr. Walter Cooley. 

Cliille.nden. Thomas Manley, Moses Randall, Dan 
Dike, Jonas Wheeler. 

Castlfion. John Mason, Josiah G. Harris, Ezekir^i 
Buel, Reuben Moulton, Selah IL Merrill, Banjamni F. 
Lang-don, Zimri Howe. 

Clarendon. Danl. S. Ewens, Lewis Walker, TIios. 
Steward, Fred. Button, Silas W. Hodges, Asa Chap- 
lin, Jonathan Dyer, Henry Marsh, Joseph A. Hayes, 
Reuben Smith. 

Danbi/. Elijah Bull, James M'Daniel, Ira Vail, 
John Vail, Benjamin Barns. 

Fairhaven. Moses Colton, Tilly Gilbert, Ira Leon- 
ard, Barnabas Ellis, William C. Kittredoe, Edmund 
Kingsland. 

Hubbardton. Samuel Cheever, David Barber, Seth 
Wallace, Harry J. Ilorton, Ira Jennings. 

Ira. Josh. Harrington, Russel Fish, Erwin Collins, 
Stukely Thornton, jr. Whipple Martin, P. Fish. 

Jlendon. Amos Robmson, Rufus Richardson, Na- 
jthan Fishpr, Edward Mussey. 

Jliddlctown. Jonas Clark, Gideon ]\Iiner, Allen 
Vail, David Hubbard, Jacob Burnham. 



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JSiounlhoUij. Marvel Julinson, Jiilin While, Homer 
Earl, Abijah'Cole, Nathan T. Sprague. i 

JiJounttabor. Caleb Bufiuiu, Silas Barrett, Daniejj 
Griffith. 

Orwell. Joab Smith, Dorus Bascom, David Cut- 
;tinir, jr. Thus. D. Hammond, Ruluff While, 2d. Ros-j 
iwell Bnltum, jr. Ira Young. | 

Pawlet. Nathaniel Harmon, John H. Andrus, Oli-' 
ver Hanks, Elisha Allen, David C. Blossom, David! 
Bhkeley. ! 

Pittsfield. Erastus Holt, Eleazor B. Rockwell, Wil j 
liam R. Blossom. ; 

Pitlsford. Gordon Newell, Isaac Wheeden, Isaac; 
Brezee, Samuel H. Kelloo-nr. Samuel Fairfield, Thos. 
F. Borg-e, John Pierpt)inl, Jeffrey Barnes, Azor Dick- 
f^rman, Lyman Granger, German F. Hendee, Abra- 
ham Owen. 

Poultnei/. Amos Thompson, Almon Warner, Wil-i 
liam Ward, John Howe, James S. Harris, William L I 
Farnam, Henry G. Neal, Joel Beaman. ! 

Rutland. Gershom Cheney, Chaiinchcy Thrall,' 
iMoses Strong, Benjamin Lord, Moses Lester. Francis} 
Slason, William Page, Ambrose L. Brown, Robertj 
jTemple, John Purdy, Amherst Lee, Benning Chatter-; 
.ton, Thomas Tower, R. C Royce, Moses VVatkins. 1 

Sherburne. Albro Anthony, Josiah Wood, Richard! 
Eastabrook, jr. | 

S/ireicsburr/. Jolin Kiiburn, Ziba Aldrich, jr. Eli! 
jah Holden, Zidon Edson, William Marsh, Harry Hol-j 
den, John Buckmaster. \ 

Sudbury. Moses Plall, jr. James K. Hyde, Peter! 
Reynolds, Thomas W. Hyde, Joseph Warner. | 

Tinmouth. Chad Phillips, Linns Crampton, Edw.i 
Woodruff, Obadiah Noble. 

Wallingford. William Kent, Joseph Packer, Sam- 
uel M. Edgertoii, Nathaniel Ives, Howard Harris, El- 
lakim H. Johnson, Amos Bucklin. 

Westhaven. Seth J. Hitchcock, Artomas Wyman. 
Jonathan Orms, Orange Watkins, David King. 

Wells. Ansel Good.speed, Heman Hastings, Shu- 
bael Lamb, Aaron B. Tyler, Seth Blossom. 



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Samuel W. Porler, # ^ . , , r ,- 

Jissistanl Justices. 



WINDSOn COU^'TY 

William Steele, \ 

Lysander Raymond, Sher'iff. 
John A. Pratt, High Bailiff. 
Wyjlys Lyman, Stale's AUoy^ney, 
Isaiali Raymond, Judge nf Probate for the District (f 

Hartford. 
Jabez Proctor, Judge of Probate for the District of 
Windsor. 
Levi Jackman, Ephraini D. Brin-gs, Tiieoph. Hoit, 
William Thayer, Daniel Rix, road commissioners, 

Benjamin Swan, Henry C. Dennison, Lyndon A. 
Marsh, jail coainiissioners. 

JUSTICliS OF THE PEACE. 

Andover. Edward Simons, Abraham Brown, Bei.j. 
Morse, Wm. Warner. Saiimel Clark, Oren Hazeltiiu . 

Baltimore. Jonathan Woodbury, Joshua Leland. 

Barnard. John Foster, Juseph B. Danf()rth, Lu- 
her Clianey, Charles Walcott, Alpheus Howe, Cal- 
vin Green. 

Bethel. Jonathan Marsh, Lntlicr Gmver, Thomas 
P. Russell, Walter Perrin, Pliilip Hadley, Pelog S. 
Marsh, James Wallace, J. Woodbury, S. Cleavcland, 

Bridgewaler. Isaiah P^aymond, David Thompson, 
James Walker. 

Cavendish. Jabez Proctor, Josiah Gilson, Horace 
Fletcher, Christopher Webber, Samuel Adams, Asa 
vVheeler, Jesse Adams, Auios Wheeler, Abel Bald- 
win, James Smith, jr. Levi Jackman. 

Chester. Amos lleald, Daniel Onion, Thomas T. 
Barrett, Enos Lovell, jr. William Henry, Jesse Sted- 
inan, Josiah Barnes. 

Hartford. James Tracy, James Udall, John Down- 
er, Frecnrrace Leavitt, Zerah Brooks, John Strong, 
Zebulon Delano, David Newton, Harvey Noble, John 
Porter, George Udal!, Shubael Russ, Wyllys Lyman. 

Hartland. Daniel Denison, Sylvester Marcy, Sul- 
livan Marcy, Samuel Weeden, I'iieophilus Hoit, EJias 
Bates, Lewis Merritt, Asa Weed. 

JVurwich. Don J. Brifiham, Jacob Burton, Joseph 



no 

Emerson, Jere. Bissell, John Slafter, Eleazer T. Ray- 
mond, Alba Stidison, Colvia Seaver, jr. Joel Morris. 

Ludlow. Joslioa Warner, Asahtjl Smith, Juseph 
Daviton, Arioch Smith, Levi Adams, Reuben Wash 
burn, Moses Haven, Jonas Dunn, Ste^jJien Cumminirs. 
Asa Fletcher, Sewall Fulliun, jr. Arlemas, ypafford. 

Plymouth. A.~a Bricras. jr. Etnanui-l Sawyer, John 
Lakin, Samuel Pa^e, Jabez Wood, Cephas Aloore. 

Pom/ret. Isaiah Tinkham, Henry Hewitt, John E 
Doten, David Chandler, Gardner Wuislow, Gilberi 
Allen, John Hazen. 

Reading. Samuel C. Loveland, L'^muel B. Wash- 
burn, Charles Buck, William Felch, Trumbull Ackley, 
Shubael C. Sheud, Simeon Buck. 

Rochesler. Lyman Emerson, John Chaffee, Sidne} 
S. Hemingway, Eph. D. Brigus, J. Trask, J. Emery. 

Rnyallon. Elias Stevens, Rodolphus Dewey, Dan 
iel Rix, Elisha Rix, Oel Billings, Jonathan Kenney. 
Oliver Willes. Nathaniel Sprague. 

Sharon. Reuben Spaulding, Freeman Holt, John 
Baldwin, Rodolphus Brown, Samuel ShuUleworlh, jr. 
William Pixley. 

Springfield. Wm. Thayer, Asahel Powers, Elisha 
Bisbee, Bezaleel Wood, John Field, Nomlas Cobb. 
Phinehas T. Wales, Don Lovell, Noah Safibrd, Rus 
sel Burke, John Boynton, jr. Arthur Field. 

Slockbridge, Ruius Lyon, Daniel Ranny, jr. Joseph 
Cliainberlain, William A. Millet, Benjamin Coleman, 
Justin Morgan, Samuel Belcher, Ira Cooper. 

Weaiher^field. Thomas Prentiss, Ebenezer Shedd. 
Amos Huleit, Barnabas Dean, Daniel Bowen, Dextei 
Smith, Joseph R. Williams, Jacob Perkins, J.'shua 
Upharn, John Brown. 

Weston. Amos N. Burton, Jacob Whitney, Davie 
Sterlin, Henry Lovejoy, H. Gray, Parker Shattuck. 

Windsor. Jonathan H. Hubbard, Asa Aikens, Sam 
uel Shuttleworth, Allen Wa' , Charles Leavens, Dan 
ie! Reed, Carlos Coolidge, Rufus Pwoot, Nahum Swal 
low. Francis E. Phelps, Wni. Johonnot, Thos. Leland. 

Woodstock, Benjamin Swan, Henrv C. Denison. 
Walter Palmer, Jesse Williams, Billv Brown, How- 



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land Simmons, Amos Warren, Eliphalet Dunham, Ed- 
win Hutchinson, Samuel Daninn, Daniel Taft, Jamef 
Slayton, Amos Ralph, Royal M. R.insom, Chaunce} 
Richardson, William Scott, Asaph Fletcher, jr. 

ADDISON COUiNTY. 

Dorastus Wooster, } n • i , t i- 
C1-, TT T • / 'fissistanl Justices. 

Silas H. Jcnnison, ^ 

Seymour Selleck, Sheriff. 
Marshal S. Duty, High Bailiff. 
William Slade, Slate's Atlorneij. 
Samuel Swift, Judge of Probate for the district oi 
Addisf n. 

Noah Hawley, Judge of Probate for the district of 
Nevvhaven. i 

Joel Doolittle, Charles Linsley, Samuel Swift, jailt 
commissioners for the county of Addison. 

Noah Hawley, E. D. Woodbridtre, Geo. W. Rog- 
ers, jail commissionersof the city of Vergennes. 

Jona. Hoytjr. Stoddard Martin, Jona. Hagar, Josi- 
ah Barrows, 2nd, John Bullock, mad commissioners. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Addison. Arzah Crane, Henry Smith, William H. 
Pickett, Erastus Swift, Henry Breevort, Aaron Jack- 
son, Gideon Seeo[er,jr. 

Bridport. J3enjamin Miner, jr. Calvin Solace. 
Joshua S. Strong, Reuben Gillet, jr. Solomon Mason. 
Gardner Converse, Eben. Allen, Joseph C. Eldridgr 
Seneca Austm. 

Bristol. Henry Soper, Harvey Munsell, Wintei 
H. Holly, Uriah Hoyt, Horatio Needham. Roberi 
Holly, Daniel E. Parrnelec, Amos Eddy, Philip Vude- 
kin, Luman Case, Hezekiah Hatch. 

Cornwall. Horace Janes, Horace Linsley, Asahc 
Bingham, William Hamilton, Jesbe Ellsworth, Chaun- 
cey Cook. 

Ferrisburgh. Theophilus Middlebrooks, Stoddard 
Martin, Allen Adams, Caleb Sherman, Stephen Beach 
Archibald Collins, Noah W. Porter, Seth Warner. 
Jonathan Keeler, Ira Tupper. 

Kingston. Isaac Parker, Joseph Patrick, Thomat 
King, William Ellsworth, jr. John Thatcher. 



Zlfk^ler. William Gile, Stephen Smith, Geo. JVJ. 
r isk. 

Lincoln. James Butterfield, Joseph Blanchard, I- 
saiah Green, Peter Johnson, Valentine Yarnev, Isaac 
Houston. 

Hancock. C. G. Robbins, Jcsiah P. Brooks, Sam 
uel Brown, Nathan Ciafflin. 

Goshen. Josiah Dart, Moses Kinsman, Nathan Ca- 
uen. 

Jflonkton. Roderick Baldwin, Stoddard Mollis, Ar- 
zah C. Dean. Oliver Sherman, M)!o W. Kingsly, Na- 
than Smith, Justin Willoby, Roswell Atwood, Russe 
Eastman, Jehial Chamfaeilain, Orin Hoyt. 

mwhacen. Jonathan Hoyt, jr. Othniel Jewett, 
Calvin Squire, Joseph Evarts, William Nash, Samnei 
E. Chalker, Elias Bottum, Myron Grinnell, Bela El- 
*drid^e, Silas Dowd, Josiah Packher, Justus Pier, Lem- 
uel B. Eldridge, Daniel Twitchell. 

Shorekam. Elisha Bascom, Ebenezer Bush, Udne\ 
H. Everest, Joseph Smith, 2d, Aaron Lawrence, Johi, 
S. Hunsden, Samuel H. Holly, Isaac Chipman, Davi- 
Rich, Kent Wright, Levi O. Birchard, Lewis Hunt 
Charles Rich. 

Middiebury. Seth Storrs, Nathan Case, Martin Ev- 
erts, Hiram Munger, Charles Linsley, Jonathan Ha 
?ar Norman Tupper, Geo. Chipman, Geo. C. Loom 
!s, Harvey Bell, Joel Doolittle, Ozias Seymour, Wm 
Siade, Samuel Swift, Samuol S. Phelps. 

Salishxiry. Aaron B-trrows, Reuben Saxton, Eben 
ezer N. Bnggs, Joim M. Weeks, Wm. Morton Alphe- 
us Taylor, Jonathan Gibson. 

Slarksbon/. Elisha Ferguson, Asel W^entworth 
John Hill, 3d, Almon Atwood, Isaac Stowell, Mvroi 
Bushnell,IraBushnell. ^ 

Fanton. William Myrick, Enoch Kent, Friend Ad- 
ams, Silas Tappan, Norman Munson, Abner G. Hol- 
comb, Samuel Shepard, Silas Pond, Jesse Grandy. 

Vergennes. Beiden Seymour, William White, A 
W.Bunum, E. D. Woodbridire, Noah Hawley, Lu 
ther Chamberlain, William Burritt, John Thompson 



u^^ 

I'lieodure CiarK, Jehazel olieriLan, William F. liruwn, 
Philip C. Tucker, Samuel B. Booth. 

JVei/bridge. Elijah G. Drake, Thomas Jewett, Jon 
seph Hay ward, S.-imuei James, Timothy W. Tvvitchell, 
Asaph Hayward, Barzillai Stewart. 

Waltham. Luther Everts, Geo. Fisher, Solomon 
Hobbs, Ezra A. Burrill, Chester Ward, William Bar- 
ton. 

Whiting. James 0. Walker, Ephraim Moulton, 
Moulton Needham. 

ORANGE COUNTY. 

"Wm. Spencer, ) r. . , . t i- 
T\ • 1 fi u' \ Jissistanl Justices. 
Daniel CobD, ^ 

Wm. Barron, S her iff. 
Peter Bates, High Bailiff . 
D. A. A. Buck, Slate's Attorney. 
William Spencer, Judge of Probate Jur the District of 

Bradford. 

Frederick Griswold, Judge of Prob^de for the District] 
of Randolph. 

John W. Smith, Jason Steele, Daniel Jackson, jail 
commissioners- 
Frederick Stni:h, jr. Jonathan Jenness, Samuel 
Mann, Stevvart Brown, Jesse Staddard, road commis- 
sioners. 

JUSTICES or THE PEACE. 

Bradford. Daniel Martin, Richard Aldrich, Will- 
iam Wilson, Isaac Corliss, Elisha Parker, Arad Steb 
bins, William Pickett, Oliver Hardy, Jesse Merrill 
2d, John M'Duffie. 

Brai7itree. Jonathan Bass, David Partridge, Dan 
lol Wait. jr. Samuel Riford, Samuel Bass, jr. Nathai 
Harwood, Seth Riford, Lyman Kidder. 

Brookfield. Barna Bioelow, Nathaniel Wheatley 
Enoch Slade, Luther Wheatley, Thomas King-sbary 
"Simeon Cotton, Elisha Allis, jr. Waldo W. Jngalfs 
William M. Alvord. 

Chelsea- Josiah Dana, H. E. G. M'Laughlin, Joe 
Tinker, John W. Smith, Jason Steele. Urbtine La 



hrop, Joshua Dickinson, D. A. A. Buck, Wyma 



:5pooner. 



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Corinth. Stephen Eaton, Ephruim Ward, Richard 
■Smith, Henry Dearborn, Daniel Woods, jr. John Ro- 
bie, 2d, Amos C. Tenney, Samuel Hazeltine, Ezekiel 
True, Joshua Merrill, Goulbsburn Taplin, Nathan 
Blake, Moses Wallace, Winthrop Green, Jeremiah 
Wright, 

Fairlee. Thomas Stratton, Ebenezer Albee, Enoch 
Brown, Samuel Bliss, Jesse Stoddard, Isaac Farring- 
ton, Stephen Jenkins. 

j J^eichury. Waterman Wells, Abner B. W. Ten- 
ney, Abel Underwood, Isaac Bailey, Joseph Berry. 
Charles Johnson, Stephen Powers, jr. Levi Rogers, 
Moody Grow, Jonas Tucker, Jonas Clark, James 
Bailey, 2d, Feter Burbank, Abner Bailey. 

Orange. John Stacy, Thaddeus Clapp, Luther 
Carpenter, Moses Sargeant, Christopher Richardson. 
Luther S. Burnharn, Jonathan Emery. 

Randolph. Benjamin Bugbee, John Glidden, Leb-j 
beus Edgerton, Enoch Hebard, Martin Flint, Chaun-' 
cey Hayden, Micah Mann, Calvin Blodgett, John 
Moulton, Francis Dow, Jacob K. Parish, Beleber Sal- 
iisbury, Joshua Martin, Ebenezer Hayden. 

Strafford. Lyman Benson, Stephen Morrili, Leon- 
ard Walker, Pliny Day, Nathan Young, John Burn- 
bam, Frederick Smith, jr. Martin Barrett, David Mor- 
rill, J. S. McMaster. 

Thetford. William Heaton, Timothy P. Bartholo- 
mew, Samuel Daniels, Lyman Fiteh. John Hall, John 
C. Hammond, Pressbury West, jr. Daniel Brace, Ste-| 
phen Eastman, Simeon Short, William Thayer. 1 

j Topsham. Jonathan Jenness, Samuel Butterfield,: 
jEdmund George, Levi Tabor, Warren Ives, Jesse} 
jPutnam, David Corliss, Aaron Sanborn, Benjamin P. 
Smith. j 

Tunhridge. Elijah Dickerman, Ebenezer Hackett,j 
Amos Hutchinson, Charles B. Chandler, Geo. Wey-| 
mouth, Isaac How, Ziba Gifford, Elisha L. Tracy, 
James Noyes. | 

Vershire. Thomas Keyes, Geo. W. Maltby, Wm. 
Prior, Rufus Blanchard, Simeon Bacon. 

West-Fairlee. William Niles, Darius ChUd, El 



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sha Wild, Asa Baldwin, David Robinson, jf. Jabez 
Lanphear, Elislia Tiiayer, Elisha May, Sami'.ei Graves, 
Washington. Jacob Bliss, TJiomas Pope, Simon 
French. Asa Burton. 

WUhamstown. Levi Smith, Joel Bass, James 
Lynde, Arial Crane, D.i'iiel Martin, Aaron S. Marlin. 

CHITTE.NDEN COUNTY. 

Eii Brownson, ) r, . , . t ,■ 

T , TT o- ir • } ^issistant Justices. 
John Vasi Sicklin, ir. ^ 

Moses Bliss, Shc'rlf. 
Benjatnm Woodman, Hlf::h Bailiff. 
Charles Adams, Stale's Attorney. 
Truman Chittenden, Judge of Probate for the dis- 
trict of Chittenden. 

Georg-e P. Marsh, John N. Pomroy, Chs. Haynes. 
jail cominissionors. 

Truman Chittenden, William Rhodes, Eiijiih G 
Stanton, Levi Comstock, Luther D;xun, road cummis 
sioners. 

JUSTrCES OF THE PEACE. 

Bolton. John Pineo, Asa Stockvvell, Moses L, 
Colton. 

Barlingion. Geo>-ge Robinsni;, David Russell, L T. 
Hyde, Heman Allen, N. B. Haswell, J. N. P<nnroy 
Isaac Warner, Charles Russell, George P. Marsh. 
John Johnson, Luman Foole, John Van Sicklin, jr. 
Amos BlodgGtt. Lyman Cumming-s, Theodore Catlin, 
John Barstow. 

Colduster. Daniel P. Adams, John W. Wea- 
ver, Jacob Rolf, Joseph E. R!)odes, John Hyde, Pe- 
ter Newcomb, N. Woicott, U. H. Penniman. I 

Charlotte. Joseph D. Farusworth, Nathaniel Ne\v-j 
all, Jonathan Brackenridire, William Noble, John 
Strong, Luther Stone, William Sherman, Pitt E. Hew- 
itt, George Sherman, Everett Ricii, A. L. Beach, D. 
Cook, Jeremiah Barton, George Newell, Benjamin 
Simons. 

Essex. Reuben Barret, John D. Berry, Amasa Bry 
ant, James H. Delano, David B. Webster, Henr} 
Bliss, John Plulburt, Solomon Baker. 

Hineshursh. Eras* us Bostv.'ick, Edmr.nd Baldwin 



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Srh A ^'o^'=1' '^^'''^"^^ Hinsdale, Hermon R. 
^mith, Amos Ciark, Daniel Scofield, Nahurn Peck 

fl^ntington. James Ambler, jr. Nathaniel Norton, 
Jeremiah Remmgton, John Snider, Amos B. Cooper; 
2nd, John Judson, Selah Ambler. ^ ' 

T xl?n P- i7!l?"^'' ^'"^' ^^'"'^"^ P- Richardson,'' 
L^man Field, Truman Barney, Oliver Lowry, Lyman 
Reed, Arthur Bostwick. ^ 

Mansfield. Samuel Harris, Ivory Luce. 

Mi.ton. Gideon Hoxsie, Jacob Davis, Boyd H. Wil- 
son Ithream Abbott, Warren Hoxsie, Phelps Smith, 
Ephraim Herrick, Albert G. Whittemore, Emery Ma-^ 
son, Vjiles Jackson. 

Shclburn Levi Comstock, Samuel Blinn, Nathan-: 
lel Gas^e, Asahel Nash, Elihu Russell, Leman Judson.i 

^t. George. Horace Ferriss, Reuben Lockwood, 
James Sutton, Sherman Beach. 

-R^cWn^ Edward Jones, Amos B. Cooper, Arte- 
mas Flag-or, Thaddeus Crane, Benoni Thompson, A- 
mos B. Bisnop, Reuben Nims, William P. Briffo-g, 
Nathan Fay, jr. ^° 

Underhill. William Barney, Isaac J. Bowen, Au- 
gustus Smith, Peter xAIartin, Jonathan Woodworth, 
John H. Tovt^er. 

Weslford. Ebenezer Bou-man, Ziba Woods, Thos.^ 
Haynes Jonas Hobart, I^aac Chase, Hiram CastleJ 
Danforth Wales, Alva Barron. 

milislon. Solomon Miller, Nathan Allen, West-' 
ley Whipple, George B. Manser, David A. Munav,^ 
John Brown, jr. Chauncoy Brownell, David French,- 
David Isham, Truman Chittenden, 

WASHINGTON COUNTY. 

Dan Carpenter, } ^ . . ^ . 
Shubael Wheeler, \ -^^^^^^^^ Justices. 
Rawsel R. Keith, Sheriff. 
Chester Nye, High Bailiff. 
Azel Spalding, State's Attorney. 
Joseph Reed, Judge of Probate for the District of 
iVashington. ^ 

. Cyrus Ware, Joseph Howes, George WorthinD-ton, 
jaucommissioners. ° 



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James Smalley, Joshua Y. Vail, Caleb Curtis, Joe] 
Warren, Joim CaiiipbcJl, road commissioners. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Barre. Warren Ellis, SU'piien Freeman, Joseph 
Ripley. John Thwing, Lucius B. Peck, Chapiti Keith, 
Joseph Thompson, Smith Shernjun, Peter JuiionnoL, jr. 
Winthrop T. Jackman. 

Berlin. Abel Knapp, Josiah Benjamin, Ebenezer 
Bailey, Ezekiel Smitii, Ruel Covill, Osman Dewey, 
Siieffield Howard, jr. Nahum Rice, Samuel Jones. 

Calais. Caleb Curtis, Lovel Kolton, Gideon Hicks, 
Nathaniel Eaton, Lemuel Perry. 

Duxhiiry. John L. Kennedy, Nathan Huutly, Ash- 
bel Griffith. 

Elmore. Jonathan Bridge, Peleg Scofield, Samuel 
Smith, Nehemiah French, Martin Elmore. 

Fayston. TheophiJus Bixby, Peter Drew, Elisha 
Brigham, Merrill Tyler. 

Jlarshfield. Jacob Putnam, John N. Gilman, Jer- 
emiah Carlton, John Capron, Horace Hollister. 

Jlontpelier. Josiah Wip.o-, Parley Davis, Joseph 
Winir, Joel Bassett, Nathaniel C. Kms;, Salvin Col- 
lins, Timothy Hubbard, Cyrus Ware, Joseph Howes, 
Daniel Baldwin, Orumol H. Smith, Daniel P. Thomp- 
son, Calvin J. Keith, Thom.as Reed, jun. Ezekiel P. 
Walton, John Spaldinnr, Joshua Y. Vail, Apullos Met- 
ealf, Simeon Dewey, Nathan Jewett, Jeduthun Loom 
is. 

Middlesex. Nathaniel Carpenter, Daniel Hou^h 
ton, Horace H'dden, David Plarrington, Elijah Hoi 
den, Danforth W. Stiles, Lucius Houohton. , 

Jloreloion. Seth Munson, Rufas Clapp, Cephas 
Carpenter, Oramel D. Skinner, Ebenezer Johnson. 

Mortkfield. NathanUones, Nathhniel Richardson 
Elijah Smith, jun. Jesse Avenll Daniel D. Robinson. 

Plainjield. Jeremy Sione, Jabez L. Carpenter, 
Benjamin Whipple, Duron Whittlesey, James Palm- 
er. 

Sloic. Asa Rayf^ond, Daniel Moody, Thomas B. 
Downer, Philip Smith, Abner Fuller, Nathan Robin- 



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sun, jun. Philo G. Camp, Asahel Raymond, Orion W. 
Butler. 

Roxbury. Jonathan F. Rt.ifrg-les, Isaiah Shaw, S. 
M. Orcut, Nathan Morse, Charles Sampson- 

Warren. Joseph N. Curtiss Joseph A. Hyzer, Jo- 
seph VV. Eldridge, Tohan Rising, Davia Ralph, Mo- 
ses Sargeant, jun. 

JVails^eld. Jenison Jones, Lynde Wait, Matthias 
S. Jones, Jason Carpenter. 

Walerbvry. Jafnes Smalley, Paul Dillingham, jr.! 
Soloii.on Ncvvcomb, Leslie Gragg, Jacob Barns, Chs 
R. Cleaves. 

Worcester. Amos Rice, Nuthan Adams, Ophir 
Leonard, Allen Vail, Eli Stone. 

CALED0>IA COUNTY. 

Samuel Sias, ) ^ . , . r »• 

rr,. ^, o l-, ,, \ Assistant J ushces. 
Timothy P. Fuller, ^ 

Silas Houghton, Sheriff. 
George W. Drew, High Bailiff. 
Charles Davis, State's Attorney. 
Benjamin F. Deming. Judge of Probate for the dis- 
trict of Caledonia. 

Benjamin F. Deming, Augustine Clark, Samuel 
Collins, jail commissioners. 

Abner Morrill, Elias Bemiss, Ariel Aldrich, Silas 
Underwood, Abram Page, road commissioners. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Barnet. Walter Harvey, Sdas Harvey, Wi'liam 
Shearer, Levi P. Parks, Robert Harvey, Hugh Som- 
ers, 2nd, James Gilchri.>t, William Warden, Williaui 
Gilkerson, Mordecai Hale. 

Burke. Elam White, Rufus Newell, Rufus God- 
ding, Joel Trull, jun. Osborn Davis, Anson M. Eg- 
oleston, Asahel Burrington. 

Cabot. Joseph Fisher, Thomas Osgood, Tnistom 
C. Hoit, John W. Dana, John Daman, Leonard Or- 
cutt, Ebenezer Smith, Elihu Coburn, Hector McLean. | 
Anthony Perry. j 

Danville. Aaron Porter, Abner Karris, James M- 
Morrill, John A Stanton, Amos Clement. Archelau.-- 
Sias. Ebenezer Tiiompson, Oliver Morse, George W. 



Drew, Asa SarjToant, Samuel Collins, Charles Davis. 
Aufi^ustine Clark. 

Gruton. John Darlinjr, jun. Reuben Whitcher. 
John Heath, Medad Darling, Thomas VVason. 

Ilardwick. Enoch Bayley, Barnabas Doty, Daniel 
French, Enoch Smith, Joseph Patch, Ethan H. Nich- 
ols, Luke Goss, Levi Goodridge, Jacob Paine. 
Goshen Gore. Eliiiu Sabin. 
Kirbij. Josiah Joslyn, James Church, Daniel Ear- 
ned. 

Lyndon. Isaiah Fisk, Josiah C. Willard, Isaac 
Fletcher, Geor;5e C. Cahoon, Alpheus Fletcher, E 
phraim Chamberlain, Benjamin Walker, Samuel VV. 
VVmsor, Philip Goss. 

JYewark. Elcazer Packer, Philemon Ilartwell, Eu 
t'ui Kinney, jun. Miles Coe. 

Peacham. John W. Chandler, Jonathan Elkins 
Reuben Blanchard, Nicholas C. Buswell, Ilazen Mtr 
irili, George W. Clark, Nehemiah Bradlee, Ezra C 
IChamberlin, Josiah Shedd, Erastus Keilog-cr. 

Ryegate. Jabez Bigelow, John Neilson, William 
|Gray, Abram Page, Archibald Park, Nathahiel Knight. 
Robert Whitelaw. 

St. Johnsbury. Pres West, Luther Clark, Jerry 
Dickerman, Simeon Cobb. Josiah Gage, Benaiaii San- 
born, Closes Kittredge. 

Shffficld. Hezekiah Bickford, James Townsend. 
Reuben Miles, Mastin M. Miles, David Woodman. 

Suilon. William Brockway, Wells Way, Thaddo- 
us Curtis, Nathaniel C. Kibbev, David Stoddard, Ja- 
cob Blake, Thomas True, Jacob C. Morrill. 

Walden. James Bell, Adam Amsdcn, jr. Thoma&: 
Farrington, Daniel Wooster, Leonard Favrington. 
Harrison Rogers, Nathaniel Perkins, jun. W^illiam 
Montgomery, Nathaniel Farrington, jr. 

Waterford. Joseph Armington, Sylvester Heming- 
way, Luther Knight, Arad Freeman, Charles Adanfis, 
Zenas Wood, Robert Taggard, 

Wheelock. Josiah Lane, Israel Porter, Dudley 
Clark. Jonathan Taylor, Abner Morrill. 



129 



tVoodbury. iienjamm Fowler, Ebenezer Bruce,! 
David Herrick, John C. Pa^ro, Joel Cilley. 

FRANKLIN COUNTY. 



Joe] Barber, ir. ^ ^ , , , ^ , 

JosPph Smith, l^^^^^^i^nt Justices. 



Timothy Foster, Sheriff. 
D jcius R. Bouue, Hl^k Bailiff. 
John Sin i ill, State's Attorney. 
William Bridges, Judge of Prohatefor the District of 
Georgia. 
James Davis, Jrduthan Spooner, David Read, com- 
missioners of jail delivery. 

Thomas Waterman, William Barber, Cornelius 
Wood, Joab SmiLh, Elnazer Jewett, road commissioii- 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

_ Berkshire. Harvoy Clark, Jonathan Samson, Har- 
'iin Anlnis, Brainard Bradley, Elias Babcock, Will- 
iani C. Ellsworth, James C Stone. 

Bikersfield. Be:tjamin Bali, Joel Packhurst, Calvin 
:Ewi:iiTb-, Comrort Barns, Tuec^philus Mansfield. 

Belcidere. Moody Siiattuck, Moses Phelps, Na- 
fhanielHodrrkins, John S. Carpenter. 

Cambridge. Jam^s B. Gihnore, Lewis Packer, Na- 
iiianiel Reed, jun. Ocl Safford, Clark Buker, Thomas 
Elhnvvood, Robert Wallace, Isaac N. Bulkiey, Nii- 
tha.iiel Sears, Piiinehas Stearns, Lyman Wells, Beri- 
ah Cu.^-tis. 

Enoftburgh. William Barber, Thomas M. .Pollard, 
Charles Stevens, Austin Fuller, Horace Eaton, Joseph 
Waller. 

Fletcher. Elias Blair, Joseph Robinson, ZerahWil- 
loucrhby, Ira Armstrong. 

Fairfeld. Joseph Soule, John Leach, Aaron Burr, 
Elijah Sh'-rmaij, Benjamin Fairbanks, Martin Prindle, 
jtiarmon Northrop. Salmon Hall, Joab Smith, Ira Foot. | 
j Fiirfax. Ciiurchii! Sampson, Josepli Hunt, Homer} 
jE. Hiibbell, Lucas R. Beeman, Alfred VVheeler, New-', 
jel Mason, Isaac N. Soule, Joseph Beeman, Aaron S. [ 
jBeeman. * 

i Franklin. Enns Person, William Felton, John C. 

' 



130_ 

Colcord, Harry Bowman, Elisha Bascom, Zeri Cush- 
nan, Philip S. Gates. 

Georgia. Ira Hinkley, Elijah Baker, Solomon 
BHss, jrrDaaiel Sabin, John W. Witter, Heman H. 
Everts, Joseph Prentiss. 

RIchford. Caleb Royce, Jonathan Carpenter, Jes- 
ice Woodruff, Samuel Heath. 

Hi"-hs;ate. Conrad Sax, John Niles, Jesse Cutler, 
Joscpi'. B. Cutler, Jesse Carpenter, Edward C Has- 
kins, Charles H. Jenison. 

Johnson. Daniel Dodge, Solomon Balch, Charles 
B. Tailor, Jacob Heifford, Eliphalet Hunt. 

Sterling. Moses Vilas, Jonathan Merrill. 

Sheldon. Daniel Smith, Oliver A. I^eith, Elihu 
Goodsell, Alanson ^Febster, Charles E. Gallup, JFill- 
am Green., Charles Durkee. 

Swanton. Shadrach Hathaway, Jared Spalding, 
Cornelius Wood, jrilliam Farrar, George Greefi, He- 
man Hopkins, Nathaniel Cleaves, Jarib Jackson, Ben- 
jamin Fay, Daniel Meigs, Elisha Barney. 
I St. Albans. Bates Turner, Abijah Stono, Julius 
[loyt. Uriel Smith, ^Filliam H. JTFilkins, Oman TuUar 
Samuel Barlow, Stephen Lawrence, jr. Benjamin H 
Smalley. David Read, Ralph Lassell, Heman Green 
Luther B. Hunt, Horace Janes, David Stevens, jun 
Daniel Sanborn, Isaac Randall, Joseph fVeeks, Samuel 
Maynard, John Smith. 

Montgomery. Eli TV. Bush, Henry N. Janes, Rich- 
ard Smith, jr. Lorenzo Fassett, Selah B. Upham. 

JVaterville. Joseph Rowel, Sylvanus Eaton, Moses 
Fisk, Antipas Fletcher, Luther Poland, James Hor- 
ner, Jesse C. Holmes, Osgood McFarland, Stephen 
Leach. 

ESSEX COUNTY. 

Richardson Graves, ) jissislant Justices. 
Simon Howe, jr. ^ 

Chapin K. Brooks, Sheriff. 
Nathan J. Graves, High Baliff. 
David Hibbard, jr. Stale's Attorney. 
Royal Cutler, Judge of Probate for the district of 
Essex 



! 131 

! Joseph Gleason, Erastas CutJer, Joiin Dodge, jail 
commissioners. 

Milchpll Silsby, Reuben TF. Freeman, George TF. 
Byram, Elisha May, Joseph Stevens, road commission- 
ers. 

JUSTICES or THE PEACE. 

Brunswick. Thomas G. French, Benjamin Brown, 
Diniel Smith. 

Canaan. Josiah Parmelee, Nathaniel Nichols, Na 
Uuniel Beech, Micajah Ingham, Moses Morrill, Josh 
iia Morison. 
f; Granby. Silas Buck, Thaddeus Pvietcalf. 
I Concord. John S. Johnston, Elijah Hill, Jason Bad 

: |cock, Preston Thayer, Harvy G. Fry. 

' |: Victory. Asa Wells. 

\ *! TFenlocfc. John Cragill. 

I Guildhall. David Denison, Reuben W. Freeman, 
lErastus Cutler, John Dodge, Timothy Fairchild, Oli- 
|ver Woods, Horace Hubbard, Olis Wallace, Jasoii 

' ^Sherman, Heraan Howe, John S. Wells. 

i ' Lemington. Thomas Holbrook, Mills DeForest, 

1 "Noyes Denison, Isaac N. Aldrich, John Bailey, Eben- 

! jezer Blossom. 

i I Maidstone. Simon Smith, jr. "William Rich, L.eon-| 

' .ard ?Fa!ker, Gustavus A. Hall. 

J| Lune7iburgk. Wil'iam Gates, Steplien Howe, jr.j 

igJohn Chandler, Spencer Clark, Abel Johnston, Mitch-| 

l^jell Silsby. 

I Minehead. Ebenezer Burbank, Arad Silver, James 
tL. Brown, Levi Towles. . 

?j Random. Freeland Rosebrook. 

5j ORLEANS COUNTi'. 

NathamelP. Sawyer, \ ^,,i,t. Jmtices. 
David M. Camp, \ 

Thomas Jameson, Sheyvff". 
John Harding, High Bailiff. 
Gen. C. West, State's Atlorriey. 
Augustus Young, Judge of Probate for theDisirict Oj 
Orleans. 
John Killam, Joseph Wiggins, Eieazer Howard,| 
! commissioners. [ 



132 

' Jonathan Cook, Walter VVheelock, Enoch Rowell 
John Boardman, Ephraim Blake, road commissioners 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Albany. Eli Chamberlin, jr. Dyer Bill, Rufus B 
Hovey, William Rowell, Samuel C. Alien, John N. 
Hite, John Fairman, John Skmner. 

Barton. Oliver Blodifett, John Kimball, Enoch B.j 
jSimonds, Asa Kimball, John H. Kimball. | 

Brownington. Amherst Stewart, Jasper Robinson, 
Elijnh Slronor, Gilbert Gross, Geo. C. West. 

Charleston. Abner Allen, Wintrop Cole, Jonas Al- 
len, Tyler Bingham, Sihis Gaskill. 

Coventry. Thomas Guild, Ebenez^r M. Gray, Ar- 
fralus Harmon, Silas Sears, Perez Gardiner, Peleg 
Redneld, Elijah Cleveland, David Huggins, Joseph! 
Hazletine, Philip Flanders, Charles Slory. I 

Crajtshury. Joseph Scott, William Scott, William 
Graves, Samuel French, Isaac Hevey, James A. Pad-' 
dock, Alva R. French, Augustus Young, Royal Cor-| 
bin. ^ _ I 

Derby. Isaac Ssverancc, Jacob Bates, Charles 
Kingsbury, Luther Newcomb, Tirpothy Hinman, Ru-| 
fus Stewa.'t, John Stewart, Jacob Chase, James Way,' 
Portus Baxter, Benjamin Hinman. 

Eden. Eli Hinds, jr. John Brown, Charles Whit-' 
timore. 

Glover. John Crane, John Boardman, Joseph Ow- 
en. Tiiomqs Bak"r, Seth T. Shaw, Charles Hardy. 

Greensboro". Samuel ILll, Willard Lincoln, Ste- 
phen Sherman. Reuben Storrs. 

Holland. Truman Fairchild, jr. Micah Ferrin,! 

Joshua French. | 

Hydepark. Marvin Glazier, John C. Page, Levij 

Edgerton, James Npwland, Ehjah VVaterman, Jona-j 

than Bean, Joseph W. SafFord. | 

Iiasbit7^gh. John Killam, Joseph Wiggins, Joseph 

Kidder, Moody B. Kimball, Joseph Chapman, Amos 

Dodge, Bela T. Jones, Elisha H. Starkweather. 

Jny. Eli Hunt, Ebenezer Sanborn, Madison Keith. 

Kellyvale. John Harding, Elijah Buxton, Daniel 

Sanb^>rn, Oiis L^land. 



133 

Morgan. Jotham Cummings, William Colbee, Ira 
Leavens, Rnel Cobb.. 

Morrisiown. Samuel Cook, Abial Eaton, Jedediab 
Safford, David P. Noyes, Elisha Herrick, Asa Cole. 
Jonathan Cook, Joseph Sears, Isaac Allen, Luther 
Bingham. 

JVeicport. Seymour Lane, Orville Daggett, Eliae 
Eastman, Israel S. Scott, Samuel Warner. 

Salem. Noyes Hopkinson, Moses Pike, Nathaniel 
Cobb, John Wilson. 

Troy. Samuel H. Hovey, George Flint, Samuel 
West, James Craigue, Ezra Johnson, Uriel C. Hatch, 
Samuel Sumner 

Westfield. Jairus Stebbins, Jera Hodgkin, James 
Brown, Silas Lamb. 

Wolcott. Nathaniel Jones, Ephraim Ladd, Jona 
than Smith, Gilbert Noyes. 

GRAND ISLE COUNTY. 

John M. Sowles, ) a • t * r *- 
Samuel Adams, P*"^'«"^^"*^^^^*- . 
Franklin Robinson, Sheriff. 
Seneca Tobias, High Bailiff. 
Frederick Hazen, State's Attorney. 
Joel Allen, Judge of Probate for the District ofGranS, 
Isle. 

Joel Allen, Elihu Parks, Thomas Cochrane, jail 
commissioners. 

Abner Keeler, Willord Gordon, kad Allen, Ichabod 
Niles, Ira Hill, road commissioners. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Alhurgh. Lewis Sowles, Thomas Mott, Jireh S 
Berry, Joseph Sewall, Abram Ladue, Paul Niles, Ta- 
bor Sewall, Ichabod Niles, William L. Sowles. 

Grand Isle. Lewis Ladd, Jonathan Hyde, Samuel 
B. Gordon, Solon Tobias. 

.Worth Hero. Irad Allen, John Knight, jr. Uriah 
Hazen, Jedediah P. Ladd. 

South Hero. Wallis Mott, Bird Landon, Calvin 
Fletcher, Lorenzo Hall, Alson Landon, Benj. Adams. 

Vineyard. Calvin Hill, Charles Carron, jr. Hiram 
Hall. 



^ 134 

SESSIONS OF THE COURTS IN VERMONT. 

SUPREME JlJ\rD COUJ^TY COURTS. 
BENNINGTON COTTNTY. 

S. C. — at Benniugton, 2d Tuesday next after the 4th 

Tuesday in January. 
C^ C — at Bennington, and Manchester, alternately, be- 
ginning at Bennington on the second Tuesday of 
April, and on the fourth Tuesday of September. 
JoEE, Pratt, Cltrk. 

WINDHAM COUNTY. 

5. C— at Newfane, 3d Tuesday next after the 4th Tues- 
day of January. 

C. C— 3d Tuesday of Apiil. 

3d Tuesday of September. 

James Elliot, Clerk. 

WINDSOR COUNTY. 

S. C.—at Woodstock, 4th Tuesday next after the 4th 

Tuesday of January. 
C. C. — 1st Tuesday of June. 

Ut Tuesday of December. 

Benjamin Swan, Clerk. 

RUTLAND COUNTY. 

S. C.—at Rutland, 1st Tuesday next after the 4th Tues- 
day of January. 

C, C— 4th Tuesday of April. 

2d Tuesday of September. 

Robert Pierpoint, Clerk. 

ADDISON COUNTY. 

5. c.—at Middlebtiry, 4th Tuesday of January. 
C. C— 2d Tuesday of June. 

2d Tuesday of December. 

Samuel Swipt, Clerk. 

©RANOE county. 

S. G.— at Chelsea, Sth Tuesday next after the 4th Tues- 
day of January. 

C. C. — 3d Tuesday of June. 

3d Tuesday of December. 

H. E. G. M'Laughlin, Cletk. 

CHITTENDEN COUNTY. 

S. c.—at Burlington, 1st Tuesday in January. 
C. C. — Last Tuesday save 1 in March. 

Last Tuesday save 1 in August. 
Nathan B. Haswell, Ckrk. 



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WASHlNXiTON COUNTY. J 


\s. 


C.~st 


Mantpelier, 6th Tuesday next after the 4th3 








Tuesday in January. 


,c. 


C- 




4th Tuesday next after the 4th Tues- 








day of April. 








1st Tuesday next after the 3d Tues- 








day of September. 

JesHUA Y. Vail, Ckrk. 








CALEDONIA COUNTY. 


^5. 


C.-^i 


Ds 


aville, 7th Tuesday next efter the 4th Tues- 


1 






day of January. 


c. 


C— 




4th Tuesday of April. 








Wednesday next after the 1st Tues- 








day of September. 








BENJAMiN- F. Demijtg, CUrk. 








rRAA'SILIN COUNTY. 


\s. 


C.-at 


St. 


Albans, 2d Tuesday of January. 


\c 


C— 




2d Tuesday of AprU. 


j 






2d Tuesday of September. 








Horace Jakes, Clerk. 








ORIyJ^AXS COUNTY. 


\s. 


C.--atIra 


ibcrgh, 9th Tuesday next after the 4th Tues- 








day of January. 


c 


C— 




2d"Tue5day of April. 


I 






Last Tuesday of August. 


i 






Ira H.Allew, C/erA. 








KS€EX COUNTY. 


s. 


C— atGu 


ildhall, 8th Tuesday next after the 4th Tues- 


1 






day of January. 


jC, 


a- 




2d Tuesday next after the 4th Tues- 








day of April. 


1 
j 






^"Tuesday of September. 

William Gate*, Clerk. 








CRAWD isle COUNTY. 


■6'. 


C.-al 


No 


-th Hero, 3d Tuesday of January. 


:c 


C.~ 




1st Tuesday next after the 4th Tues- 
day of April. 

1st Tuesday next after the 4th Tues- 
day of September. 

Joel Allen, Clerk. 


i 


William Hall, William Pa^e, Jacob Collarner, Ben-I 


jiimin F. 


Ba 


ley, Ephraim Paddock, school commia-l 


:6ioners. 




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136 

John H. Cotton, superintendent of the Vermont 
State Prison. 

Rev. Leland Howard, to preach the next election 
sermon. Rev. Hadley Proctor, substitute. 

John A. Pratt, Woodstock, Surveyor General. 

John Smith, Wyllys Lyman, John Kellogg, commis 
sioners for the benefit of the deaf and dumb. 

Benjamin Swan, Job Lyman, George T. Hodges, 
directors of Vermont Stale Bank. 

Robert Pierpoint, inspector of banks. 



BENEVOLENT SOCIETIES IN VERMONT. 

TERMONT COLONIZATION SOCIETY. 

This society held its 11th annual meeting at Mont 
pelier, October 20. 

Officers for 1830—31. 
Hon. Elijah Paine, President. 

Hon. Horatio Semouk, 1 f^^,,.p,,,^v/m<.. 
Hon. Ezra Butler, S 
Hon. Benjamin Swift, ") 
Rev. Wiliard Child, 
Hon. Jonas Galusha, 
Hon. Israel P. Dana, 
Rev. James Hobart, 
Hon. D. Azro A. Buck, 
Rev. Amariah Chandler, 
Rev. Joel Manning, 
Hon. Phineas White, 
Rev. Calvin Yale, 
Simeon Short, Esq. 
Wyllys Lyman, Esq. 
Daniel Baldwin, Esq. Treasurer. 
Hon. Joseph Howes, Auditor. 
Hon. H. Semour, ) Delegates to the American 
Hon. B. Swift, \ Colonization Society. 
Rev. Chester Wright, Secretary. 
Amount of funds in 1830—^1221 92. 



Manas:er8. 



137 

VtRMO.NT BIBLE SOCIETY. 

The lyth anniversary of this Society was hoId©n at| 
the SLate-Housc on the 20th October. 
Officers for 1H30— 31. 
Hon. Charles Marsh, President. 
Hun. Benjamin Swift, ) j^. ^^ 
Hon. WilHam Hall, ] ^^^ce-Presidi^nls, 
Rev. Justus VV. French, Secretary. 
Hon. Jpfluthun Loomis, Treasurer, 
Daniel Baldwin, Esq. Auditor. 
Hon. Robert Pierpoint, ") 

Hon. George Worthington, I 
Rev, Joel ■Clapp, 

Rev. Leonard Worcester, \ Directors. 
Samuel Goss, Esq. i 

Hon. Samuel Clark, j 

Rev. James Marsh, J 

Amount of funds, g-205o 70. 

VER.UONT TEMPERANCE GOCfETT. 

The Vermont Society for the Promotion of Temper- 
ance, held its second annual meeting at Montpejier, 
on trie lOth October 1830. 

Hon. Samuel .Prentiss, Pr«?V/e«i. | 

Nondiah Swift, Bennington Co. ; Rev. Hosea Beck- 
ley, Windham Co.; Hon. Robert Pierpoint, Rutland 
Co.; Hon. Charles AJarsh, Windsor Co.; Hon. Hora-] 
jtio Semour, Addison Co. ; Naphtali Shaw,xJd. Orano-e; 
Co.; Gen. E. P. Walton, Wufc-hington Co.; Geo. B.r 
Shaw, Caledonia Co.; Hon. Heman Allen, Chitten- 
den. Co..; John Smith, E^q. Franklin Co..; HnrrvHill. 
Grand Use Co. ; Thomas Jameson, Orleans Co. ;' John 
Dt?wey, Essex Co. Fice-Prcsidenls. 

Rev. Jonathan C. Scuthmayd, iSecrf^ary. 

Dr. James Spaldirsg, Treasurer. i 

dnniversaries, and Officers of Charitable Societies, 6^c. \ 
^ 1> JiosTo.N— Am. Board For. ^Missions, Jer. Evans. ^ 
L.--q Cor. Sec, Rev. Rutus Aderson, and Rev. Davidl 
Greene, Assist. Sees. Henry Hill, Esq. Treas. Jilis 
sionar y Rooms, 28 CornhiH.— A m. Edu^ Soc. M orday! 



138 

preceding last Wednes. in May, Rev. Elias Cornelus, 
D. D. 52 Washington-street, Cor. Sec. Hardy Ropes, 
Treasurer. — Am. Tract Soc. last Wed. in May, John 
Tappan, Esq. Treas. Rev. Walter Follet, Sec. Mr. 
Aaron Russell, Agent, 25 Cornhill. — Am. Soc. for 
Promotion of Temperance, Rev. Nath'l Hewit, Gen. 
Agent, Rev. Justin Edwards, D. D. Sec. Andover, 
|Mass. Hon. George Odiorne, Boston, Treasurer. 

In Newyork. — American Bible Sec. 2d Thursday 
in May, Rev. John C. Brigham, Sec. John Nitchie, 
Esq. Gen. Agent, at the Society's House, 115 Nassau- 
street, John Adams, Esq. Treas.— Am. Tract Society, 
Wed. preceding 2d Thurs. in May, Mr. Wm. A. Hal- 
lock, Cor. Sec. and Gon. Agent, at Society's House, 
144 Nassau-street, Mr. Moses Allen, Treasurer. 

In Philadelphia. — Am. Sun. School Union, Tucs. 
afteV 3d Tnurs. in May, Paul Beck, jr. Treas. Mr. F. 
W. Porter, Cor. Sec. and Gen. x^gent, at the Union 
House, 14G Chestnut-street. 

Washengton. — American Col. Society, last Satur- 
day in Dec, Rev. Ralph R. Gurley, Cor. Secretary, 
Richard Smith, Esq. Treasurer. 

Ministers' Meeting. — Gen. Convention in Maine, 
Tues. before 4th Wed. in June. — Gen. Association N. 
Hampshire, 1st Tues. in Sept.— Gen. Con. Vermont, 
2d Tues. in Sept.— Gen. Assoc. Mass. 4th Tues. in 
June. — Evan. Consociation, Rhode-Island, 2d Tues. 
in June. — Gen. Assoc. Conn. 3d Tues. in June. 



STATISTICS OF VERMONT. 
Number of gentlemen who have officiated as 

governors of the Sf ate, - - - . lo 
Of this number three only have deceased, - 3 

Whole number of the militia of Vermont, 25500 

Population of the State in 1820, - - 235749 
[Population of 1830, not completed in season 

for this Register.] 
Taking the census of 1820 as the criterion, 
there are of the citizens of Vermont, enga- 
ged in Agriculture, - - - - 50951 



139 



in Manuiacturee, 

in Commerce, - . - . 
Colleges, - - - - 

Academies and High Schools, 
Medical Institutions, - . _ 

District Schools, (about) - - _ 

jClergymen of all denominations, 
Practicing Attornies, . - . 

jPractitioners of physic and surgerv, 
Mechanicksand Manufacturers, - 
Merchants and Traders, 
Ratable polls, 1830. . . . . 
Acres of taxable land, ... 
Houses and lots appurtenant, 
Mills, stores and distilleries, 
Number of oxen, - . - . 

Cows and other cattle of 3 years old, 
Cattle of two years old, 
Horses and mules 3 years old, valued in 

list at ^25 and upwards, 
Horses and mules valued over ^25 and 
j exceeding ^75, . . . . 

jHorses and mules valued over g75, - 
Horses and mules of 2 years old, - 
Horses and mules of 1 year old, 
Stud horses, of 4 years old, valued in the 

at g75, 

Stud horses of 3 years old, valued at ^30 
Jacks, valued in the list at g40, 
VVhole number of sheep, - - . 
'Pleasure carriages, - - . . 

Brass clocks and brass time pieces. 
Gold watches, . . - . . 
Common watches, . . _ 

IBank and insurance stock, set in the list, 
Number of militia returned as equipped. 
Amount of Grand List for State taxes. 



th( 



not 



list 



4484 

776 

2 

35 

- 3 

- 2400 

350 
172 

- 289 
. 1039 

- 364 
42859 

10H3593 

36170 

2397 

- 48313 

121400 

. 54892 

5883 

• 37304 
1090 
8223 

- 8230 

- 406 

96 

56 

- 725965 

- 1358 
1832 

- 283 
4361 

.^311092 

16170 

gl 834980 



UNITED STATES. 

Population in 1820, .... 9637999 
Number of patriot*? who signed the declaration 



140 

of Independence, 56 

Of this ninnber but 1 survives, '€harlea Carrol 

of CarroUon, in his 95th year. 
Number of effective men fiirniehed Ly the sev- 
eral states, to tha Revolutionary army from 

1775 to 1703, 231779 

At that time the population of the U. S. was 3147000 
Present number ofClergymen of all denomina- 
tions, - - -' - - - - 96662 



-TABLE 

Sheiuing Iheiimcs of Elections and of the Meetings of 

the Legislatures in the several Stales. 

Elections Meeting of Legislatures. 

Maine, 2nd Monday Sept. 1st Wed. January. 

New Hampshire, 2d Tues- 
day in March, Ist Wed. June. 

Vermont, 1st Tues. Sept. 2d Thursday October. 

Massachusetts, IstMon.Ap Last Wed. May., 1st Wed. 
January. 

R. Island, 3d Wed. Ap. &l 1st Wed. May, last Mon. 
htst Tues. August. October. 

Connecticut, ist Mon. Ap. Ist Wed. May. 

New-York, 1st Mon. Nov. 1st Tuesday January. 

New-Jersey, 2d Tues.Oct. 4th Tues. Oct. 

Pennsylvania,2d Tues Oct. 1st Tuesday Dec. 

Delaware, 1st Tues. Oct. 1st Tuesday January. 

Maryland, 1st Mond. Oct. 1st Monday December. 

Virginia, 4th Wed. Apl. 1st Monday December, 

N. Carolina, 2d Tues. Aug. 3d Monday November. 

S. Carolina, 2d Mon. Oct. 4th Monday November. 

Georgia, 1st Mon. Nov. 1st Tuesday January. 

Alabama, 1st Mon. Aug. 3d Monday November. 

Mississippi, 1st Mon. Aug. Ist Monday JVovembcr. 

Louisiana, 1st Mond. July. 1st Monday January. 

Tennessee, 1st Tues. Aug. 3d Mon. .Sept. 1 in 2 years. 

Kentucky, 1st Mond. Aug. 1st Monday November. 

Ohio, 2d Tuesday Oct. jst Monday December. 

Indiana, 1st Mond. Aug. Jst Monday December. 

Illinois, 1st Mond. Aug. 1st Monday December. 

Missouri, 1st Mond. Au?. 1st Monday November. 



141 
AN ACT 



IX RELATION TO IMPRISONMENT FOR DEBT. 

Sec. 1. It IS hereby enacted by the General Assembly 
of the State of Vermont, That hereafter, when any fi- 
nal judgment shall be rendered by any supreme or 
county court, or justice of the peace, on anv conrract 
made or entered into, after the first day of January 
next, the debtor may appear before such court during 
the same term, in which such judgment is rendered^, 
or before such justice, within two hours, after the ren- 
dition of such judgment by him, and submit himself to 
be examined on oath, by sucii supreme or county court 
or justice, and by the creditor, his agent or attorney,' 
jtouching the situation^ circumstances, and property of 
.such debtor, and if such court or justice shall be of 
opmion that such debter is entitled to the benefit of 
the oath, named in the second section of this act, the 
said oath shall, by said court or justice, be administer- 
ed to such debtor, and a record thereof be made ; andl 
m such case, no execution shall issue on said judgraentl 
against the body of such debtor. 

Sec. 2. It is hereby further enacted. That the oath 
to be admmistered to such debtors shall be in the form 
followmg, to wit:— You solemnly, sincerely and truly 
swear, (or affirm) without evasion, equivocation or 
imental reservation, that you have not any estate, real 
or personal, except one cow, one swine, or the meat 
jOt one swme, ten cords of fire-wood, five bushels of 
gram, twenty bushels of potatoes, ten sheep and one 
year's produce of said sheep, and forage sufficient for 
the keepmg of your cow and sheep, through the pres- 
ent, or ensumg winter (as the case may be) and such 
suitable apparel, bedding, tools and household furni- 
ture, as may be necessary for upholding life, and such 
military arms and equipments, as it is your duty, by 
law, to furnish, in possession, remainder or reversion'- 
to the value of twenty dollars in the whole, nor suffi- 
cient to pay the debt, damages and costs, for which 
judgment has been rendered against you, and that you 
Have not, directly nor indirectlv, disposed of all or anv„ 
part of your estate to defeat or deceive any of your 



142 



just creditors— So help you God — (or, in caseof affirm- 
ktion;) under the pains and penalties of perjury." 
Passed J^ov. 8, 1330. 

NORMAN WILLIAMS, Sec. o/Sfa/e. 



CUTTING OF GRAIN, 

A writer in the New-England Farmer advises farm- 
.^rs to cut grain earlier than is ordinarily the practice. 
He says his peculiar rule by which he is go^verned, is 
to cut grain when I can nearly crush the kernel with 
my thurnb and finger, i find by experience, that there 
ire many peculiar advantages altending this practice 
of early cutting. In the first place, you get as much, 
)r more grain, notwithstanding the shrinking of the 
kernel. But when made into bread, its superiority is 
strikingly apparent. Your loaf will increase in size and 
beautyt and its flavor will be manifestly superior. The 
superiority of the straw is another important consid- 
eration in favor of early cutting; for cattle or horsos, 
it is vastly superior, and even for purposes of manure 
it is far preferable. — ffhen grain stands late in the 
field, many of the stocks are crippled down, much is 
destroyed by vermin and birds, and immense quantities 
are wasted in gathering it by its scattering from the 
heads and f^heaves. After cutting your grain at the 
period I propose, expose it a short time to the sun, then 
bind it in small sheaves, and put it very nicely into th 
shock. After this you need noi be in haste to get it 
into the bain ; should it Gland out 20 or SO daya it will 
not be amiss. 

FRUIT TREES. 

The best method of obtaining fruit trees is as fol- 
lows : Take a scion as for graftings and at any time 
after the first of February, and at any time till the buds 
begin to grow considerably, and dip the ends of thv 
shoot in melted pitch, or rosin and tallow, and bury it 
in the ground, the buds uppermost, with the body in a 
horizontal position, at the depth of two or three inches. 
Scions treated in this manner will produce fruit in five 
or six years. „ 



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Aspects, 2 

Almanac, 5 

Act ia relation toinaprison- 

ment for debt, 141 

Benevolent societies inVtl36 
Commissioners of schools 135 

do ofdeaf and dumb 136 
Cutting of Grain, 142 

[Charitable societies, anni- 
! ve?saries& officers of, 137 
Courts, circuit and district 
\ in U. States, 53 

Census of U. States, 54 

IColleges in U. States, 66 
[Civil Government of Vt. 73 
Directors of Vt. St. Bankl26 
Eclipses, 3 

Farmers' Calendar, 3 

Fruit Trees, 142 

Government of the U. S. 6:2 
Judiciary of do 52 

inspector of Banks, 136 

Judges of Supreme C. Ill 
Judges county courts and 

other judicial officers : 



Bennington County, 
Windham " 
Rutland " 

Windsor " 

Addison ♦* 

Orange " 

Chittenden " 
Washington " 
Caledonia " 
Franklin " 

Essex " 

Orleani ♦' 

[Grand Isle " 
Lvioveable Feasts, 
iMilitia of Vermont, 



111 
113 

115 
118 
120 
122 
124 
125 
127 
129. 
130 
1311 
133! 
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59 



Members of 21st Congress,62 

Methodist Church, 72 

Notices of each Sthte, 28 

Officers of the general gov- ! 

ernment since its or- ' 

ganization, 51' 

do of Vermont, 56 

Planets, 2 

Population of Vermont, 60; 

Rate? of postage, 50 

Revolutionary, no. of men 

furnished by each state, 69 
Religious denominations, 70 
State Legislatures, time of 
meeting of & time of e- 
lections, in each state, 140 
Signs of the Zodiac, 2[ 

Seasons commencement of 3 
Salaries and Fees, 83 

Signers of Dec. Indepen. 55 
Supreme and Co. Courts, 

sessions of, 134 

Superintendent State pris- 
on, 136 
Surveyor General, 136 
Town officers, cleriry, at- | 
tornies and postmasters, 
in each town, viz. 1 
Bennington County, ^ij 
Windham " 83: 
Windsor ^ 86: 
Addison " GOi 
Rutland « 93' 
Orange " 96^ 
Washington " 101 
Chittenden " 98! 
Caledonia " 103 



Medical Lectures in Vt. 60 



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Franklin 
Essex 
Grand-I«le. 



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FAKMER'SJALiMAK^AC, 

FOR THE YEAR OF OUR LORD 

Being Biseextile or Leap year, and the Fifty 
Sixth of Arti^can Independence. 



Calculated for the Meridian* of Montpelier, in latitude 
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